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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 27, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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urti'l', the sum of four thousand six hundred .

THE F LO K1 IH V \ anc twelve dollars.
IIIUTIT. ?or tho support of a blacksmith's shop' for
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r the benefit of the Pink(' h:1wV CII Peoria,

ml Kaskasktas: per fifth article, one thousand
tl,1hrs.
"I.AIS6EZOtiS FAIEE."
For<"ost of transporting the annuities, agMcultiiral -

implements and stock, and for other

.,. sir 'iymQ ')Y r.J iTQ 1L1a WJl Q1BUb UUlIltL 9 i a u. '7'J) a'Il' ;) !J-J ) incidental expenses- in fulfilment of tle! aforesaid -
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:I treaties, the sum ot fifteen thousand dollars.

[I3Y AUTHU .] riea in Congress assemblrd, That in order to bounties to recruits for enlisting, shall be allowed To carry into effect the stipulations 01 thetreaty .

STATES PASSED AT THE aid the citizens of Georgetown in removingthe after the passage of this act. ![ with the Potawattamies of the Piatrie. 'ro enable the Aresidedt to extinguish> Indi

s or, THE UNITED OF THE TWENTY-SECOND obstruction to their navigation, by causingthe Sec. 6.' And be it further enacted, That no :: of twentieth October, one thousand eight hun an title within the States (,f Indiana and (Iii.noi *

[:CO. D st.SIOS CONGRESS.llD.v cut ahead}' made through the bar, below person who has been convicted of any criminal dred and thirty-two, ratified twenty-first Janu- st and Territory of Michigan, in addition .

'- the town to be,enlarged and deepened ; and offence, shall be enlisted into the army of ary, one thousand eight hundred and thirtyhree. to the sum appropriated ninth July fans thr( .
----- ) : NO- 25. J lcpr for the further of thousand eight hundred and dollars. !
I [ f purpose; enabli.ig" them to the United States. seventy one
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t .\C" r to explain a mid anlt'n.the act to attcr I- make a free turnpike road to the district lineon Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That I For payment of the limited annuity, per third i .

': and amend t'\\e >.t.'\'seal acts imposing du- the Virginia side of the river, and to pur- I the seventh: section of tho act, entitled An article, fifteen thousand dollars. i For r.xppn.pinctJrr..d in one thousand eight

firs on 1I1lrnrt Pts"'l eI 1 d.July J fourteenh! one chase of the present propiietor.-, and make act making further provision for the army of For the payment of the annuities stipulated I hundred and thirty two atten ling the adjustment

housand: eight\ Ie and\ thirt\-two.. so. forever free, the bridge over the Little Falls the United States," passed on sixteenth May, fir in the same article, to wit To Hilly C.ild- ; of the boundary fuse. and other objects' .

ar arc 1 atl'- t II liardatrt', and ccrtul.l mal of Potomac river, the sum of one hundred and I one thousand eight hundred and twelve, tics well, six hundred dollars. To Alex. ilobin- :o referred 10 in ,the first, second and third articles

:F' uf.+rtures 0\f\ Copper' and Bras, and other fifty thousand dolt rs be, & the same is: herein I and the same is hereby repealed so far as it son, two hundred dollars. To Pierre Leclerc, of the trea'ly; of Butte des: :Morts, ratified

.' rHl'It. '; appropriated: to be paid out of any money I applies to any enlisted soldier, 'vho shall be two hundred dollar I twenty third February, one thousand r-ight

I c it enacted by, the S'nat anti 1I0u.e of in the treasury net\ otherwise appropriated. convicted by a general court martial of the For payment of claims, per sched-ile annexed i hundred and twenty-nine, in addition to the
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rc..eltatln' of the\ ,. VI it'd Stateti of A- Sec. 2. And be it liuthcrenacted, That the crime of desertion.: to the treaty per fourth article the Mini i i sum appropriated hy the act of twentieth :May

Jinca to (' fTrt..s a.. cm t''c d. That thc pro- said: sum shall be: paid, from time to time, by Approved March 2, 1833.: thirty thousand seven hundred and forty-six : one tbojsand eight hundred and thirty, four

r- ., of the tenth 't\\'dlth clm'oes: of thr the s( crctary of the treasury, to the order of dollars. ;j hundred dollars.

cud -l'C..tIfn of th,' art, to alter and aml'n.i l the corporation cf Georgetown, in such sums I PUBLIC No. 22.1 For payment for goods and horses purcha- I!'|I i For expense of removal and subsistence of
'f'' duties on unpnrt.-;. enable the said .VN ACT to into ', Creek Iidinn.-, as stipulated in the eleventh
61aC'cra.. I'act; i ir ntp} !pan", ': a-* to corporation to effect the making appropriations carry sed and deiiveied: per sauce article, the sum
aMFil'U" .1 Jul J>, the tuurlccnt el.hteen. J htltldresune d purposes afor'said.Sic. effect certain Indian Treaties, and for other of lorty-five thousand dollars. !,I article if the treaty of twenty-fourth January

tl 11Irty-t tt+,. I and the I..... Ilerl'I Jr.. Slb- 3. And (be it further enacted, That before purposes, for the year one thousand eight: Fo: the purchase of goods to be delivered, one tbo sand eight hundred uid twenty-six in

d l.d unit! the hhe ,t day of Juuc, eightecl1 the said um he paid over to the said corporation hundred and thirty-three. thirty thousand dollars. :; adeitionto! former appropr atlonlilto pay claims

jred and tuiny-.our\ \ \. it :shall pass an ordinance to make Be it enacted by the Seuate; and House of For payment to certain named Indians for : allowed, as settled by the Second Auditor,
:> furlhor enacted 1, 1'h\t, so I said and Hcpresontatives of the United States of AmerIca sewn thousand two hundred and
it load
In ec 2. ,Vnd UP : bridge free, and to be I kept: in : lost horses, same article, t fourteoM hundred sixty-one
i e.1 1 h or'b(' act t" alter j and al11'IHlthc sever repair bv ;-aid corporation for ever.Approved in Congress assembled That the follow. dollars. : dollars: end forty four cents.

Vts unpoMi..,,.. uticon I'iaiports: passed f Ju- Maich, 1833.PrjBiicNo. ing sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated 1'u carry into effect the stipulations of the For payment of improvements on ceded

Ij; 1 ht, fourteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty to be paid out of any money in the trey y with the Kickapoos, of twemy-tburth lards: as stipulated in the eleventh article of

.. .,al- the duties heretofore I levi.-d on.Vrbtiiiois I [ 30.] Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the October, and supplement of tWl:utY--ittl1 November I >aid treaty, a;; settled by the second Auditor,

cm round, null copper t.ottoms' AN ACT in ad.iuion to the act for the gradual objects hereinafter mentioned, that i is to say : owe. tiiousaua eight hundred und thin- i in addition to former appropriation.*, nine thousand '

! ?"? to the edge, ;and still bottoms\ cut round I improvement of the .Navy of the United To carry into effect stipulations: of the treaty ty-two. three hundred dollars) and seventy-five

::1 1 tuui-'d i upon the vdac, and parts thercoi'I States. with the Wmnebasoes/ : of the fifteenth ol For payment of annuity t for one cents. _

1 on odj, >p-r plate* or hect'vci.thing: ;! !\ more Be it enacted by the Senate and House of September, one thousand eight hundred and third article eighteen thousan dollars.year, per I I For payment of expenses; incurred for pro-

.D 1 lift\.-f'ur ounces 1 icr square fo .t, com- Representatives of the United States ot America and thirty-two to wit : For erecting a mill and church, sixth I I vi ion ,tranti1portatioD, compensation to guards

i 11)\, t :iIICd lrazers; copper, :tact on tuhacep' in Congress assembled, That for the :.,!ra- For payment of the annuity provided for by article, three thousand seven hundred per dollars, I I I and other expenses; trending the arrest of

, ;tl.., ur on iiHiianuiacturi'd J, be, ajd t the dual improvement: of the Navy of the United i the third article, ten thousand dollar For support of a ulacl nmith and a8 iotatt. I i loway prisoners in one thousand eight hundred

.,.e herebv, n'p.'nl. d. :States, the sum of live hundred thousand dui For the purpose* of education, provided for and for iron, steel and tools>> fifth uiticle I i and twenty-nine, on the charge of murder <-o.nrnilted -
v-c. 3. And he i It further: enacted, That mContained I ars, out of any money in tIe treasury' not oth- by the fourth article, three thousand i dollars. one thousand dollars. per II by them, and not before provided tor,

.I': in th" art of the fourteenthJuly f'r\\ he appropriated I : b->, aiid the same; is hereby For support of agriculturists: for oxen and For thc support of a school, and purchase I II the sum of one thousand and twenty-thrte:

eighteen hundred and thirty-two, to appropriated annually, for six years, fro[n ploughs) and other agricultural implements per of books, per seventh article, five hundreddollars. i I 0 dollars and thirty-eight cents.
'r and amend the several ,act- Impo"I11.,* dpi tnd after ih,- third day of :March, eighteen fifth article, two thousand five hundred dollar l For expenses of locating, surveying and

oil imports, -hall l tie so" t'o1! .- as t foImrize hundred .md: thirty-three, when the present appropriation For expense of removing blacksmith's shops For the purchase of farming utensils( bounding reservations for the Choctaws; under

: the exemption: from the payment of 1 expiresr per sixth article, two hundred and fifty doll irs. eighth arUcie. three ttJulI :and dollars. per the nineteenth article of the treaty of nYieenth

on sheet and roiled brass, but the same I : >('t'. 2. \ nd be it further enacted, That the For expense of rations per seventh article, For of September one thousand eight hundred and
expense agricultural labor
.. t-haiire.l wiih ihe payment of, a duty president of f the United States be, and he H six thousand dollars. ninth and improvements I thirty not otherwise provided f for, filieen hun
article four
\\\en t.. -Ur'y'I'" per.) centum Hci< vihrem.A. hereby autho! : iz.,'d and empowered to cause For payment of claims to certain individuals dollars. per\ thousand I dred dollars.

STEVNSON, th" above mentioned, appropriation to be L ap1'1t..d. I per eighth article, one thousand and eightytwo For in Fur expenses of the Chickasaw Agent\itb
payment merchandize
and
,
Sharer' t of the Hwse' t nfttrp. se Mires. as directed and pi escribed by the artof dollars and fifty Ct'tlt eleventh article six cash, per a deputation of Indians! to the seat of Government
: thousand
HI : i" 'VBI[ t 1'.., dollars. -
f Ptoicllt ffthe Senate pro tttnpure.Anttrovcd he th id of March, eighteen hundred and,i For the purchase of Tobacco and for services For expense of transportation and subsistence I ou business relating to the treaty negotiated

31 1 ur: ;ii '-' i.M. f\\'CI1-se."f'II, to which this i is; in addition, the of two physicians, per fifth article., five: and one years supply of provision pCI'I i with them one thousand sw hundred
M- AN'DRKW[ JACKfrON I' CI\'I' onrtjTflof arc hereby, continued i itfdrcr hun lied and fifty dollars. eleventh article, lauUsund: t 1 and fifty dollars.
t.-euty-seven
:
; / :o: the term above mentioned, and to h 11'i o carry: into effect the stipulations of the, hundred dollars. nine For the expense of a delegation from the

FPrni/.c .\ o. 26 ] p died also tolhr purchase: of other Ill'ce.-.a.: treaty with the Sacs and Foxes, of the tWlIlt)' For expense: of running and making boon New York Indians to'i it Greenay: during

CTT ni.-Ki 12: ap! ;'r.p pria'iins for the crer.h !}' mate'rials as well a:. tiulber suitable for tn.. first September; one thousand eight hundred daries, per tvvelth article, eight hundred dale the summer of one thousand eight hundred

,!i t'I't 1 t mi .' oru'i1.ahaat -. construction:: of vessels 01 war. and thirty-two, to Wit : For payment of th lars. and thirty three for the purpose of surveying

..,. t. item Mlby th* Senate and IIou o I): Sec. :3. And be it f further enacted, That, in 'limited annuity provided for by the third article For the of and dividing their lands with a view to future
expenses a deputation: to viewthe (
,insent.itu- -,1 f the 1 I'mti'd_ .State of: .Ari ;sddi'ion to the povi-io: s now in force on th? twenty thousand dollars. lauds ceded, fourteenth emigration; the sum of one thousand eight
article
< a in t uiiar.-seiubled\ 1 That the fol I Mihci;, of the iive-o'k gI'ori'lllon the pubi; For fulfilling the stipulations for a black hundred dollars.! per tie a I hundred and ninety dollars.:

III': SIlO: < be, anti the -ame; ar,' herebv, "I', lads, it sh.tl. he /'i: d icy of all c collector f .mith and gunsmith, establishing: ahop, andTor For furm>hin:;; cattle, hogs, and other stock For the expense of removing the rermining:

I pinted, J.<< HI' any money: ii) the tUMMin, the l'lhtoms1thm lh,' territory of Florida purchase of tobacco and salt per fourth per tenth aJ lid. lour tbousann dollars.! Slviwanoes! being eigty-tvvo in number, from

10Ihl'r\\'I :'d .i I;?, rojnat,' l ; .asnelvI f !th.Slates. of Alabama, :\lloo..i iabij>pi ki Louis irticle! one thousand seven hundred and fifty To carry into effect the Ohio, to their lands vve.t, one thousand six

.'or i frt on 1'hog'- S'd1.tI'I'r.: arc:,, before allowed a clcraranc.- to any vessel dollars. treaty with the Pota,iattarnies stipulations of theVabash. of the I hund.'ed! and f forty dollars.

w-y 1)1 k. t uv-fiu', thousand dollars 1 oleo in whole or in part with !live-oak: timber, l-'III payment of Farnham and Davenport's of Uenty-aixth I October I For the expense of twelve prisoners of war

n.r r1 bui! luu! i ort Delaware, Deiauan to ascertain satisfactorily: thatu timber.i> claim fur' goods: acknowledged to be due {per hunered and thil t-t\\o. one thousand eighl 1 i I oflhl! i ; Sac and Fox tribe-, now in cry finement,

I.' t I'\'' th'+u.anll l dollars.or : ut lion[ private lntdor it front public on!, Shy tilth ailicle forty thousand dollars! For of the (I and to be held 0 hotagtJs.; under the srventh

: :t i f.M-t on ru.ti-r' Hank, Pen<; acolar' consent of the Naay Department. And it For fulrilling file stipulations; in regard to article payment twenty thousand limited dollars.annuity; per third' }j article of the treaty with the Sacs:: and Foxes

'+< (II". I !l-tridi. tv.entv-five: thousand doll. is hereby, midthe: ; duty! of al!! officers of ihcustoms ". s'l. saeucr: per tenth article, seven thousands t For the of I oi twenty-first September, one thousand eight

(r.tt t for1 OI j/r itj'lo 'ft" "' >,Bar,1tlfl{: : iLoui : : and of the land officers unhinuid! ven hundred and twenty-four dollars.: II and payment delivered good.and i1or,es purchased I }hundr-d and titirt)-tt.o, embracing the cost of

:to t.\.4f\, .. \\.thllll:'and duhar territory and sGiteto: cause prosecutions lo 'i u carry into effect the stipulations of the sum of one hundred thousand, per same dollars.article, the I!j t \paovtsiutiand clotimg, compensation to an

.k \pl'r6\U 1 ; .vlarrh 2, It'l33. -casonably instituted ag.iinst: all Ih:r "u.. treaty with the Shavvanoes! and Uelawares: ol For purchase 1 of !; interpreter, and cost of removing them to a

knovvao be muliy of depred.itions on, or injuries the s.xth October, one thousand ci0hl hundred same article, thirty goods ttllJu to be tvlivtred per: !| ,place ii where they may be kept in safely, without .
-alld dollars.
Pi'2i.c No. 27.] to, the. live-oak growing on the plJi,1ir 1 .1',1 Hurty-t'\ : For the of I being closely. confined, the sum of two
payment claims
\CT I for improving: the, "navigation of cor lands.Apnioved. ;"'01' the purchase of cattle hogs, and oilier: attached to the per schedule! I thousand rive hundred dollars.

|:and ruvr in lire terntoiies of Florida and! .March.2, 1S33.PiBMC SlOCli for the Delaware, and lor a-H u-tance inagiiciiiturc of sixtv-tvvo treaty thousand, pr fourth article) ti c I For the exp nse of appraising the improve-
smv three
T1 j, hi_ati: <:mitt fur suiveys, and for nth t'r per second al tlclc. three thousand I' dollars. hundred aijeinhlvtwo i I UK'abandoned by the t.h'l p was, under the

E ""I pll..... [ xNo. 31.] do.h.rs. ;For : j ixih article: of the treaty of Saginaw, of twenty
: f fuihllmg the
stipulations of the l fifth j
1'e: it enaPted lthe Serial'1 AN ACT to the For of arf I fourth September, one thousand eight hundred
; and H ms* 01 i..pro\'e condition of the noncomuiij : expense a person attend lluir mill I 1' I cie f t to ul : for rilK'a and ammunitions .
!l're"ontativesof the t'nit. d tites of '.Ame ; ioiied officer and privates of the and for repairs, per sauie ; thirty-four; dollars.[ .
in ( 'oii rrcss aiscrnhltid 'i Army of the United States dollars : du'I! trs.
: 111 it. for the pur- mid to prevent[ For blankets. two thousand nine
of removing; ob.-trurtioa*, and 1 improvin ii U l':o-l"niull. I .i'ur the Mipport of a school: per some art!- and sixteen dollars. hundred For payment for two negroes the propertyof

u ,navjoation of l (certain rivers in th" territool lie; it narted: !by the Senate and House! of J| clap live hnndixu: dollars.r For of George Fields, illegally taken troii the
l llurid'J and .Miehijraii, th" t tiillouii; I :! Kepi entative. of the United States of Ameliea or iu.tldmg, the stipulations, for payment of expenses thousand transportation and subsistence Broom, a Cherokee Chief' : in the fall of the

1 t Bis bo, and th')' are herein!, appropriatedjo in l.'on_n'SA aiiembli'J, That, from and certain debts and lor meiciiaud.ze and cash, thirty-three dollars three hundred and year one ihou-and: eight hundred and thirteen,

l paid out i r' any rnntiey in the tieasurv I flit r th.pa,.-agt' of tln> act, all eilitments}; per tnrd u.ticlc! eighteen; thousand;: dollars. twenty For t by a white cit.zn, seven hundred dollars.
t nc : of
3c expended: undfr th- iii tiie of the United tour luiliilm the the ypfirs supply ,provisions, sixty For expenses:: of removing and subsisting
direction/ of thpre i -irmy : Slates, shall be t for : ;;:: aiipii.uuoua to ; hawtJ- thousand .
t 'It ci (Ii.. l'mtf'tjt; : tes. : three ) Gals ; and that the motithlv. pay of the: nc.s for (;, .-l;, clothiiii ui,u horses, and toward eight hundred and nine dollars. f Choctaws, Creeks, Cherokees and Ohio Indians

ur tt'ltoyimi. obsfrnctions: in, and improv-f uuu-cuul ..i':--oiied officers. and 'oldiers, t.allhe their c.xjiOMa--s, alter rcutovui<< per niui arucle, For expense of erecting a saw mill, per sixth as: estimated for L}' the Commissary General -
r article
'r:, the wavigatjoa of; the 1 Ksccmbia river five .t:, follows f viz : to each sergeant major nets; tu..lI.::>i.1t&dC'CU iiundled dollars. two thousand dollars. t of Subr-Utence, four hundred and seventy
), ,,;and ol1drs. j I To carry into effect the stipulations of the 1 four thousand and thirteen dollars. And
t I ju trtcrmu.-ter: ser'eaut and chief muaiuun, Fur coat oi provisions fur one year after I
? t u or mipnuins the treaty with the Potawnlfoniies of Indiana: oftwentyseventh t ij j the sum of ten thousand dollars for
) l 1 navigaticn of Ocklocknee Aixteeu: dollars ; to tijo first s r''I,.eant ol'a: company I ic.i.ovui: pI:!" Sault article, the sum 01 eighteen: holding a
r, t live lJotl! II October one thousand tight' treaty with the Potawattaaiies for the extin
. :ud dollars.; fifteen JulLtrto all other t'rgcauts, thou.-oiui l.. o hundred anti tiny dollar I ,
, ur improi-jiig. the; navigation: of Choctawac twuive dollars each ; to each artificer, ten dollars a 01 annuities to Patterson, ['a11 hee-lal cu hundred and thirty-two. guishment of their title to the remainder of

riv, r a.<:: recoinm-tuh d tit the IWmasfor : to each corpoial, eight dollars, and to ana ..\ ahJlIlIIg, durm,> their natural lives, the For the payment mil'the limited annuity, perfourth their lands in Illinois.

CS"-ue ntj t liin t ran .potation of the mad; .a-'n rnusiiin: : and private soJidcr, SIX ill+[icr:- ; sii.ii u1! nips handrcd uuhurs each, three bundied article, fifteen thousand dollars. For carrying mta effect the stipulations of
n l For the payment of goods and horses the treat with the Menommees of the
eiisacola -
to Tallahassee, five thou> rid >n rica ali cnh.-tments into the :Marine Curt Ic, UOiIMJ. purchased } eignta
Ja!'ti.'or and delivered, per( same article, the> February, one thousand hundred and
eight
I j>.. .a If fur four years ; and lhat the monthlypay 1'I o carry into eli'ec t the stipulations of the:
i. .1mprm. ing the harbour at ( iii\.u"u* on ol the non-camiltm--landd otiieeis and' treat wli/1/ :1,.: iva, .kaskias;: and i)( oria.-, of seventh sum of thirty-two thousand dollar thirty-one, fifty-eight thousand six hundred
'I For the purchase of goods to be delivered! dollars.
Jke Michigan, l\\ent\fh'I' thousand d-jllurs.! : : soldier* in aid carp, hall[ Lc as follows, 1'iz: Ucioutr, one thousiuid eight hundred ,
fl-ora: per same article, ten thousand dollars. For into effect the
of of
surrey White & jsanu /rancis to each and ana ihiru-iwo. carrying stipulations
> irs i- sergeant major! quaiterm) ister ser-
: m the I For the payment of claims, scheduleittachcd .he' with, the Chick.; '
territory of Arkansas, five hundred gl.'allt: \' ('11 dollars ; to the drum major, i or payment of the limited annuity, per fifth per treaty oftwiinty-e5lith:
illars.f to the treaty, per same article, the October, one thousand hundred and
eight Itur-:
the article
major, the ordeily Serjeants of )posts, and ihrcc thousand doilais.I : .
[Approved, Mar.-h -Uln of twenty-one thousand seven hundredand : y-lvvo, to be refunded out of th.* sales of their
first ,
2. IS33. Serjeants: of guards at sen, !sixteen d I- or luttiliiug! time stipulations in the sixth ar-
lars each ; to all oth-.r s'r};anb, thu teen dollars ucio of send ueaiy, lo wa : For payment to twenty-one d llars. ands as provided (for by said treaty one hundred -
PURIIC For the purchase of the section of land thousand dollars.
.. [ No. -
23.] to ii the iVoiuis wiih granted
; ea. corporal. nine doil.irs ; to ach in conmioii lau ivuskaskias: ,
\r'r In relation to the 1>?comic P.rMne.. nuiaic-.Hi, tight dollars ; and to each prix step siMt-eii. hunuied ooilars ; by the treaty of Saint .Joseph's to To-pe- For carrying into effect the stipulations of

He it <'nacted by the Senate and J JiouM' oi *(;Vi-i tioiiais.i 'JLW the Kaska-Kia.- lost horses and saltunuu.tics naWVlI'IOO'. wife! of Peter Langlois, p:-r same the treaty with the Seuecas West, of twenly-

plePutattvesof' : the L'niied' ....Mat i oi' ..uuem >et. Z. And be it further enacted, That tune hundred and fitly dollars. article, (the sum cf eight hundred dollars. ninth December ene thousand eight hundred
Con;:re>N a"' semiiled! hat For the education of Indian youths cf the and tb rty.two. to be refunded but of the sales
i so , one d.illar of the monthly pay of every musit 1 u the T'CUl fans: tor iiiiprovemenls on their
|w(':)idput of the Potaw attamiu tribes, during the of of their lands
United St:1tesh .1 i I t tauuul! pi vale =oldier, shall he retained until j I lands, two bunuitd and nits doiiara.: pleasure as provided for by said treaty,
1 lrlt a ilm for I Congress, same article, two thousand d )1- l four thousand dollais.
the per
ereetiu of the : .
n a brlu_ .v r expnatiun of the two first years of thclrCI1ItUment. For the purchase o. stock for ijeorias and .
loiuu.ac; river at \\'a..hilJ., lars. For payment to the Senecas for lost horses
,ton, on or ad- : when each :hall receive the twen- Kakasklas, four hundred dollars.
'inh'b''; sue of Jne/ old To carry into effect the stipulation of the and other property as stipulated for the 4th
bridge, the four dollars by
t : set fhtaty : retained pay, wh.c h shall have 1' or curls, oxen and pldughlor same, three .
">" treasury io j ; ht-rebv treaty with the Piankeshaws and \\ ea-, of article of same treaty, one thousand dollars.
for required to adt'er so accrued : i'rovided, lie shall have served hundred and fitly oulJar
t'outratts: stir twenty-ninth October, one thousand eight hundred For ctrrying into effect the of
S r lntn:), at least I.th hones-tly and faithfully; that POl| lion of the term i-'or bwluu. ; tour log houses, five hundred stipulations
tu"t\ce\ and tflitY-t+t o. the with the Ottewas
. .. of his hist ctlhstuleat.dec. : and thirty dollars. treaty of eighteenth
Jil ec.the 2. And he it further euacted, That to- 3. amid be it fuithor enacted, That For assistance: in agriculture, three hundred i For the purchase of earth, hops, and farming : February, one thousand eight hundred and
coiwruction of the utensils as an equivalent' for salt annuities thirty-three, forty-seven thousand 4'ourhun
.tf said bridge, the: every able budic d musician or private *oidier i dollars. i ,, *
two hundred thousand dollars i is ht who rp-eniUl his and I lust horses, for the Pinkeshaws, per third dred and forty dollars.
re- may into company; or regiment For agricultural implements, and for iron I
'propnafed t, to be p art, out of any money within two months before, or one mouth and steel, fifty dollars, ;article, five hundred dollars. ; Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
treasury not otherwise alter the of his of For of agricultural assistance and the Secretary of War shaH cause a valuation
'h appropriated in expiration term service, !' or the payment for goods delivered at treats expense
ISri sums ou and at such times, as may be'v hall, receive two months extra pay, besides eight hundred dollars. improvements, per same article, the sum of. to be made of the buildings, improvement

Hracior Lj the 8ccrctjrr: of the treasury, and the pay and other allowances which may be For assistance to Kaskaskias in removing, seven hundred and filly dollars. and other property.. belonging to the American

said secret or contractors, who shall give to, due to him on account of the unexpired periodof and for one year's provisions, one thousand. For payment in merchandize and cash, persame Hoard of Commissioners for Foreign Mis-
hrul crl'or cry satisfactory security for the any enlistment.Sec. dollars. article, two hundred dollars. >ions, IJ1I1g within the limits of the purchase
p MUnce of the contract. 4. And be it exacted I made of the Choctaw: true of Indians at th e
further That To :
,pproved, March carry into effece stipulations of the For the purchase of cattle, hogs, and farming -
2, 1838. able bodied treaty of the Dancing Rabbit Creek and after
musician soldier
every : or who with
treaty theApaluchicola! of elij vemh utensils, as an equivalent for improvements
LPuiic. Nc. 29. ball re-eoliat into his company or regiment, October one thousand eight hundred and thir. sad lost horses, for the Weas, per fourth deducting from the estimated value the amountheretofore
1PT to tmprev ] HS specified in the third section of this act, ty-two. article, five hundred dollars. advanced by.the United States towards
moms river ation of the I shall leceive his full pay, at the rate of six For to the the aforesaid, buildings and improvements -
payment Apalachicola tribe of! For in
:
merchandize and cash
1 IrXaaU'r19 orO'etown and dollars month without payment per shall cause the ;residue be paid to-tb
deductIon ,
and far other per any temporary Indians, to be in full 1 compensation for all expenses same article, two hundred dollars.
e It enacted purpoes. therefrom. of Trustees of the said board, out of any money
.eft e4tativeaP by the Sena to and House i of sec. 5. And be it further enacted That no emigration and subsistence, per second For assistance to the Weas of Indiana, to in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated:
of rho articje of tho
thirteen
UtuLedBtl1tC8 of g 316- premium to oltixw, lor eoUnting recrufct nor Id Olltur.K treaty tho.visand enable tht'm0 join the rest of their tribe, alldfor Sec. 3, .An .,be it further.exacted. That the

one lcar'd u?ply Qf provisions, per game sum uf one hundred thousand dollar, bIAI.
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V and the same in hereby appropriif Rmul(1 not_0'fn. _common'. excessively Collet .brcd. was inson's character ia too well Iviwtm where he lives that your petitioners citizew t
the ,
t
be found orp
same necessary to defray the holding forth to his congregation upon a subject -FLORIDIAN : to need any eulogy from us. His past conduct i* apply f for the removal of Richard r. ;

expenses of rep-essing the hostilities of the well calculated to arouse the attention of at 'least safe, and the offices he ,has filled are the W. Ward from their K. c.a

: Indians on the western frontier of'the Un ted incorrigible hearts. ATter blazing with undoubted evidences of the character of the man. respective ot eeact :
i States, out of hi the away .Wjl&J. 9 would I lose in ver and Register of the Land \
any money Treasury his: subject until he had rendered Pandmoniumas _- Perhaps in this respect he nothing a office 'rr,
i Otherwise appropriated. hot as Vesuvius SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 27. comparison with the General hlmsdf. Col. Rob tern District of Florida, and would dirtQ \
nnd black Martins
as as
1 ,.t' Approved March 2, 1S33. Satan inson was severalyearsm the Senate Georgia ha- tention of your Excellency to the
i he rounded sublime 19no ;r
a with
I..J. the peroration Desperate eflorfs are now making 'to defeat col. vir," been elccled against a very popular man, and I containing in substance some of the '

-3 [PUBLIC No. 33.] following !senttOnce-N hearken ye sine White. Hired emissaries have been sent to every in one of the most populous; counties in the State ances of which they zna. .
complain.
new ? I tell ye thnt ye'lInll to h-1, as of the removal lo Florida he was recommencedby I ;
go
AN ACT making appropriations for the part Territory to circulate handbills! and I After his 1st The Register and .
public a? sure as I'll catch that fly on the Bible, at falsehoods the General himself the President, awl ap- receiver hav :
Buildings, and for other suited to each district. It is time then : ness in such a loose I'
purposes.He the the council of Horida. vague
same time making a determined I for his pointed member of Legislative manner, and
I it enacted by the Sen.lte rind House o* with his palm across the sacred to swoop friends to be up and doing-Let no man I Among those who have known him in t lo- cisions have been so frequently varied "'

nepre cn'ati\'s of the United States of page cap imagine that his own vote is a matter of little for and..
America tore the tali.mnn.c insect. He then proceeded con- rida, he is distinguished his hospitality, and I ged, and diiTer so widely upon cases

in Congress assembled, That for the purpose to open his douched fist, f linger by finger sequence. This feeling were it general, would jmkinn from information( the General himself the same principle that no reliance couJu|
ensure his defeat Of this lbeawitnesstohis kindness. and liberality |
completing the buildings of the Penitentiary until the last however we have no I might ced upon their acts and
digit was relaxed: but behold th i none krew il
its support, the purchase of raw materials poor fly had eluded his apprehensions ; hut I let us not only elect cn! \V. to strangers. pend upon in presenting his wh* I
: Looking claimandco,
grasp. sur-
to be manufactured the but t let us elect him To the editor of the Floridian. ;]
by convicts, and by a triumphant i majority Itisthelei.st I: had :
priced for few many to travel from
disappointed a moments the fifty to .,
: and as compensation to Thomas Carhern Mmi; tcrat i I that I ought to }done to rcwardone, who 1 s I S Sir :Through your paper I wish to reply in I to ne hund ti;
> length exclaimed. the hoky l procure new testimony
By to
feeble; to the remarks of Kichard K. meet their ejJ
.
who is allowed has mv l ) manner !
hereby one thousand dollars so long and i
I've so faithfully served the of deci
mi s'd him there's people ; >iens.
> a chance for clause of his piece the "
for his ; you yet S Ca'l I. in the latter great ill
services in planning and superintending ye sinful ruggamuffins. Florida-It is the, last that ought; to be done in paper of the 13th iust. It appears to me he mi- 2udiy They have counselled and J.c

the erection of t11(. Penitentiary, the sum of fif-I'' vindication: of 1 the) character of one, so( long! the d-itike.{ to represent the blind serpent spoken olin L' pl'cul:1tcrs who have adri '

\ teen thousand four hundred and thirly->ix The Gardiner Maine Inteligencrr. in an. subject of tmmrritril, abuse! and Blander.The I his wonderful circular, and seems to have aimed more effectually! to thereby, been elJ ;I

\ lars is hereby appropriated to be paid out of : nouncing the death of Commodore: Tuckoi, say: nature of the present contest i is such as j t .t my sound, when I was really trying to tell the i ii' -security the prey upon the Jnnt

any money in the Treasury not otherwise of him that' next to Lafayette, was the higliet admits of 1I1I1It'lIlralroundrl'I (; s charges I have; ,I i'eope! of Florida the truth, if his i prison so lavMilv tiers from their people, by excluding hoact? .
propi luted. ap-1 been ., thrown has struck me, 1 yet do l not 1 leel it> improvements. .:
Mirviving oil'rcr of Uevoletion the made; the 1
at against: character of col. White : 3tlly They have
I ,
I
Sec u deadly; ellects what l be the consequence in obeyed or not
may
2.nd ho it further enacted
That
thefullouing time '
of
his death. and the:, according
1 Perhaps there was not a i ihravor : people) : lIe now eaid! 'upon emotion i I his next aiiempt I I 1, I cannot say, not knowing I wl.othe whim, the decisions' of the CtJ
:; turns heand hen-byaic .ippropii i i eJto ill the whole them l judge of the
man service uhloth l by their
; or one voles. It is imt: :i more question: ( ofpersonal L I I neuclus ale Clr to what extent he can control court for the Middle District :
be p ssU out orallY money in the Tna-urv j extent of Ins commission) had gained a 1 preJcrencc, but whether! I Iichax I been justly 'them, but from mv'knowled-re til* the man and his suited their pleasure of Florida! ;i].

not otiierv.i--e appropriated, for the followingpurpoe i :Jal.,1' number o t'\c\'ert'h'! earneJ Tictoiie.than or IIlIjl1.il"'iel II'dlt the former course towards Co!! \Vh.te and his Honor they followed his -1

that is to -ay, Com. T. J His[ v as I tin! first v' Ilt't1 COiflhlliS- an honest verdict; ? Will those ll'UpdlC'--itallo! : to give Henry M. Brackenridjre.: I do not feel alarmed ;: when not, they required, a mandamus. I '. j t

1' or die-sing,, and laying the stone, procured I
for paving. the tcrrace of the capitol seven Jen.; sharks, the) speculators, I I a ba>e unprincipled man, and goes onto I otlicr, the benefits of tJielaw
by Washington to 'I I r. ,L Adams their ,, ivert'irre tlU J
convey permit did 1 t friend
thousand dollars. I to be 'jcnficcd! bv a party give the latter: the lie, and to accuse him of perjurvsecing to the peop'e.'
our tlr.-t 1 Minister to France. (On his -M4tJily
whose
enuiit/ originated in tile tow ? i I toat i I those enormous catenations ot that
34 pre-emption Tney tix.k
or enclosing and improving the public I 7-4 and pa// upon
sajro o-jcapeda two frigates which themselves .Ct
VYe I dangerou-Tiluid- either of thoseindividuaK to
trust i tlm have not destroyed ai
I around north of the capitol] two thousand djl- sued him no pre-enipliorier i will!, on I lie day : the ellect 01 f contracts tK-tween .
'I' a long time almost 1 within; gui; shot of the election be absent. ; ( or in I the smallest, dcgiee atlei'ied! their persons, t%,' &
lan t irom ihf !!.. Let the clared certain
and! a'tuail.tlptlr'd; a .lother British fng.itei I tneiiiN l of Coi. White po !i-il'I1Clstlll', community here, 1 yet have a little hope individuals entitled under pc.tb

I For a pedp.'tal1], coping, railing, and a >upenor force vhtstI r. A. was on boaid I that tht" .. on that day rally and show that I may escape[ the future as I well as the patattempt. of rights, when no coittr.ict making a sile7 :]L
li 0 foot at ihe north front tlm 'n.SIIIIut are indeed freemen, that they have the 'The 1 made! former right: of
nay o* :51 I During his whole naval: service Com. T. cap. j' .statement on a occa pre-emption was ever m/e.;! [ "i OJ

4 \ Il!'m>e, tn:: tho.i.-and; doi'.irs. i tur-'iloOOO the enemy and 600 British gum I I I spirii and independence, in defiance: of official: m- >io.i, are mostly: facts ueh known to many o.. *" 5thly They lenicd to the [People theri BJ] 'J

4 'or miprov lug the C'upiLil squarr, indue \Vithin: a f jw weeks the government Ind settleda i flueiice, .sustain a just and honorable I course.In s i t.ie i eu-/e.i-I; : i -'re,' .ami can }be clearly" proven, and a entering tbheir laild in eighths
.. din the great deal I 1 u.ore It n 'ce>sary. .Truth i is more aplto sons to% :j
and the
gardeners of
:: salary, lighting pension $bOi tlw'cnl'rahle improvement
per on ;, unless
I. year publishing: ) Col. Uobin. hurt and make bad than a special mandam
h on's s men
< j
reply to General angry any tlinge'se. ,
b.t -, two thousand seven hundred) and filly C.iplain; but he his ,IN
I :" not been pcrmitcd to live procured front the
I Call For in ; judge in
relation
df.d.Jr .. I we feel bound! ] ro remark u that so far; as me : to state that Richard K. every- instant-* Jjlt
nnvJiilerence
to
I it. I
enjoy unlavorablc; I Chas:i lied, wodd: he a waste ol words, as well means ol which the benefits of the law
: to Mr. wen
# r u II r completing the regulation ot mo ground f h from Ward may: I be drawn as repetition I refer the reader the statements to some few, able! to ert "
the ]
employ
"finl I piautiiiiT) SOUth oftno President's liu e. A man convicted of Larceny, in a neighboring nl\ llUnal: stttse eiti/eus H'Juckson county of all!h woo i. j have written on the P'ibject, see the assertion nicd it to thw counsel,
I i it, great majority of the
four tuollslIulix hllndl't d :11111ixh' dollars.t'or u co-anty, savs: I that: muii'-yPc'im( ,) Telu- I is Imm.led in [(us's! pprehenIu.! As Register( I of the I editor at Pensacoh, look at the publications itlily Alter people.

alterations( and repairs ill the capitol one I. jroph w.is; :lirouglu before) Jiide, to receive no executive I duties I devolve on .1 r. Ward, and h i I of Fi i cli p.m trick, of .J lIuius and others, special] nundamus were pr .

f thoii-md dollars. his {sentence.: On the usual mlcrroa- we believe his conduct fins been UUl'xe l'ptiouabe.: u ho uli accord m I that ')I,1ust. Has he told the truth they interposed so many technical objectioi: r

1or aheiation! ? and repairs in the president'sIIo.j4 I tory being put. iho prisoner bowed to the court It in I s.ty'm; he was iiigtructnl by the General (.iOV- maim who wished to apply were so displea -
CaL White was at Apal-ichic-ila last t.'rI1ncllt'tu appeal; to 1 the supreme court, in the to prefer surrendering their '
: and the week
*, five hundred( dollarTor -*. I'oilowwc. dialogue ensued. : and rights to undtr/i'
case ofhnd I ct.iims; after hail been decided
the
met with they -.-
I constructing reservoirs and fountains Prr"oll.'r--I I have this much to say, I dont a'to''Y Haltering reception from the cit ty t the court of appeals will many inconveniences necessary obtain
< i i/.ens of'ihiat ; any person suppose
at ii' pul-lic or1il't. and President's I Hou>c, want you to send me to Penitentiary.' I have t flourishinrr p'ace.' Indeed the pcopie an ofiicer !living where the court fits, could l be so 7thly They threatened persons living out jll: ,

aivi ::.-lo sing ninl planting: the fountain square, I been t th..1 e t\\ ice already ami I lOut
siv (;'Iusand: 5e\ en hundred: and, twenty-three j docs mn a hit of good. If I am to go an other hie of the value of his sen.'ice.Ve much fear c.ijstv> carried up and dismis-sed, at the cst< of toe of their: rights, unless! they took the land .

; dollars.or: v oYage," end me to your county: goal, where that the land office :iaction! will! stand in a lean: I United States or the receiver ? although so triumphantly ti.e. OffiCe two weeks before the conimenceri4. j

I' / kccpins in repair the fire entities hon {- you will be at less co.-t for my keeping. minority The speculators will hardly be able to h friend declares of Andrew himself} Jackson the personal and plitieal ->- the first land sales in January, wherebyiA} .'.'
!
ami
} ing to the public buildings: two hundred Judge It is not in the power of the court i identity their interests with those) of the people hj j on I him expects to ride into,Congress by clambering where- persons told their rights at a sacrifice lo qg. Ji

t dollar: I to grant you your request, even if they uerc this time. by the aid of his neuclus friends below, be might t ors, and others sacrificed! their properly.anKJ:

For ''imi'liinu the Pro,id 'nt'< TIon i inclined to do >o inasmuch the law the better rowed at
s
cxC'udl'.1: under; the direction of the Provident, !I: I j: ding I for the p'laishment; of the offence of which DF..U'TlfTL EXTHICTS.\r e hlllan intentien of lands l in Cape Florida and else where, \\herethere consequeuces whicn were repr resented tot
,
t
in .ulil,tion to the proceed "f such dfcayed !I I you have been found guilty by a jury of your writing an article! with the t foreffoinir tit'e' as a yet nav remain some tract worth notice. Fellow them it' the> were not taken out by that tint r-"''.

I fut,4Nii't as he :iny direct to be sold, twenh. !!: country, requires that your imprisonment- specimen 01 fine writing, according;, i to the taste of I l citizens, look to the interest of your country, Sthly They allowed applicants to

fhotinnddollar*. I II .should take place in the Penitentiary. Gen Call in order to see how often such expressions to your own and guard- against the man who has claims many miles distant remove .i
/ not only i identified himself with speculators and to locate tie
I For an additional pavement for the Suitiif I PriMJiicr I know the law vour honor. is the Kiwiiig! occur in Isis memorable! circular i but has carefully feathered his own nest generally by- the improvements of persons living out ct

of \v Jisliiimton! livrthnu; >'uul dollars I JurJg', '-In his peculiar manner,] I see you : "' -ihhia n," pot t coon." '-anant knave,'' hh f oilier, and the use of such men as could de- District, offered for sale because the, latter--., 8

For alteration.: in the Representatives) Hall, Know the! law. liar,'' "scoUI1IIrd,*' &c. Upon reflection however i end liirther; than he as an otficer desired to go.- I:. refused to enter two weeks before 4jj

S to ac ommadite tho t\\ entv-hirl. ('on :ro.<- PrisonerVith! the most perfect sanir froidYosyonr we have concluded not to do it because we In assailing so great a personairein his own estimation merit of the sales in Jaziuarv.'Jilily the comes ..

nrrordinj); to a pHn! recntmnend'-d, ] hv a e'l"c.t I honor, I o but thanks to my infer, arc unwilling that people should! believe abroad I might apprehend danger but for' the careful They allowed ::,u

I Comniitt-'p of the! I HOU-P of KepresentaJiveof ) : n.i! tuck, I have Hilt made as much: money by that such laniruagc! li i: in accordance with the manner m he goes round J uuiu and others who (the last hour, objections to be naJ
taste dared his to claims
attack he Richard K. Cull which
,tl, June. Hyhteon hundred and thirtytivo i it a-s some oth rs t o .Id name. of our citi/eus, or that there i is such ; : being sopopular they had previrpassed :
a dearth of : I with the President, and in his own estimation on, and had given certificates i
thirtcvn, thou< 'nd dollar. The ncene and dialogue were such as toconvulse respectability; and talent that of puro 85:
so undertakes without
us.
among a candidate great a man, to place me notice to the
For coiiiplotinn :h' plh'auIt; and railing the comt and audience with laughter such below : persons, whose riuhli i*
emj.o\ ing language would stand par by insinuating: my want of reputation, to t be thus affected :
thcrc-on one I thnlJ: ljlf diillars.Approval ; \\'hi!-t there the poor culprit stood as grave clnnceof being elected. any and bad standing: at home in Jackson county, fortunately fir f t and rejected them, and Li*!
> purchaser
4 Mar.-ii -. t IS.S3.; .tHl! unpertiir.ible as a Roman{ Senator. fur; me his assertion dont make it so ; all and in many instances: the Jk4*JW

I The Central! Bank that are not sali>fied on that point, would d,) me a one, without remedy. .
of
A 1 mm Trttnpflrltn 'o<- 1-1 1crcfor stealing DEATH OK U.iAULES V. Florida, we understand lavor i; to enquire here or where I originated, grew lOthly In some instances they refuse to itelain.s ,

is ( ira J1"r'I-\t theI A" ir'p.s r.f rt .' .viy being; abandoned, IIP cnnfcsii has purciiabcd the stock of the Bank of Florida. up I and lived many years in the counties of Burke, notoriously; bad, or remo-ve them, aftiat
lr IJ hste'I 'I I daily, and( o '1f'J th t <- t-xtn'me unction 10 be \.- .Jefferson and Lumens, in the State of Georgia, they
Quarter Se :-iorn b'l: t W'It) JIll I tn'IIOlorc'd( to him 'by the prior, just as \faa pr.iclid FOR THE FI.OIUDM.V.MR. then they can ascertain! my character and course were proven to interfere with the i iffipB .lair

I Ki:h.ir.I I IHrris, who had: lor nerlv kepi a pnti j jJ ly i!Ifl", ill,'itks, sonic ,if :'imii wen by his roj'-h, joia- : EDITOR-Oihers ire' giving thrir 5)1 f conduct; Ii'olll ea.ly life. 1 would only! add, me.its of others, and were rautlufent.tl fnv..

lie hn.i J'/\\Il'r. 'Hur/iiil'! ;l 'H >i''uu asKt-d t fur i iho ruiniiiiiuion, ti* give at the, comnirrHectioji entitled
t stolen :it Manchester l on the >lth of Decomber ; aitackiui younger stouter u en, whose athletic from l.nids upon which they had nf
I '! : ;
p II" fill I rupreat i. :i .f lus c-inessi: i', that tUff : S nil I will;!1 jjivt IlIi H'. I :I..lIl1ot.0: l for
1.1.t. one box the prow.rty.f i' r-, i "Pl"lill"ll S'I s't.n W1II,1 : : ''S IT). he pcrsitod, obv.rvinp col. WliM.-becau-c: : : he his i interfend; in e :Hnverand; 1 clear \ts-i 'nimgnten tii.jerliuiiriai.sinot I ; their entries, and had their improvements, aa.

i Pi k'ord. the' clrIiers. TJiera-e 1 excited con- 1 : that he 1/\.1111 cd oftt-vciy \I'rt paralion for.su tny biisines I nlculate; to run ri usgs i. nod over me, hvmever, which they had puid their money, to make P thj
fiid'-I hIC interest a* it involved father /! ,ni a }J'IJ cy. Wlif.i Hit. i> tcred n;ni -.as n.l. llfli --I came; to this I country t without! a foliar| am I stilt' his bit or keen his rowel I I :aiii not an aspi- t for others to enter the
sinnulu land
: and o\vl) a : t ro.dlI! e ,'x.hi:)" } \\ iLk 1'Iil't"III: 1 m lIlal'es, co: -I I now well oil; I bat t should s have been rich had it t r a sit to public: ofiice, nor the tool[ or safelite of at.y same bv claims u it ;

.t 7I : question-\\7.\ w hr.th'r tho prisonor ,' C'" IIle! t iL" '1'\,11'11. f'V .I'.. h grcv wor.'e; t.cr:. not 11I'I tn for; White. I Ind no I tid.1[I manor: partv. Si liirasa public; servant nets: 1:1: itl.- ved! several miles, and who had no improves! "
hid or had: ) not boon) of ste-ilina !i-'iii-jla, that .tl' HfO'iuJ him I money as thereon.
:guilty t [n.-- vi\iijj! : were V. tpt |! I fully and with !
: thl"!
a simple
1 but to gnodof his
by haii'jiiir abo-jt rye COUll
4 hi: own It oil in I hwi.y! SI:. lice, Jjsanl$ I, "* in hour : : (11 he land ofiier, whenever d
propei: I. appeare-l that th.! i iscouc, f I f A] She
on :i- j 1 ....., try, >uppoit and aJpla.ud. a rid hen they depart was compelled to abandon a placetMticIi .
bove iiio I rl ht:- tap'jr ,Hid! rnt.-ilb; !r' Tluugh u lewnr.s I an npplicitioi: was: made: 'for of lan.l
h mined lav a ; I
the pri-ojer: called the ( prce i i in estimation: I \ !
at; aD-I j my : fearlessly assert opinion I SIC had j i.ib'jieJ an.J toiled
It'lIr.r iis SILfl1.SilCS my t for
: ln-1
jirC'vdin been ar
; nor j plied the! ,years
waroh'in-I .' oi 'tIc, -;':, Pirkl'oid! and Co.: the I .1II.: \ vi'li-i'.i dirlKuity t') inrii him :in his h k d, he no\v, 1 j lor same, :s iud ircnerallv. 'irot from five 'to ( -tiid iro to the pOlS!! with an open; ticket to vote enter a right wiiieh WitS intended to .;m

*ell known carrier-, and a :k--d if they had a \\n ..ixl'>5ii, cii.LflCh' fro:) one s-ide l t the ot'icr iihas t t'-n 1 i-vcnty or o-i- !iiiin.ln Joar.to::; u hit money |i\' airainst them ; wishing every friend to a tree and I improvements other secure .'
lands
1 boy 'b- him from .irnii1iiiu.: : The ,T i I' inui-ii iVi-iii,y as ii'uoiiniijj diik-.l him. lit ;Ii k ,die I I f from each) ; a lppielIlt-In: I this nrs: flier: 1 made j'ey. i elf'ctive t i irovermneiit, to do the same.To i upon yet in thsewises _t,
port l 1'l1P \> ilh I'rte'h.unl, Hit t-ii'-iix! Tili the .ahri mfa-I' show" that I I <, or !loose il forever ; [B] and lherebydepr
of :.vlers i : Pirkford' whom he | and Jo; true som-! : jk-opie: turned,llIp their, II I nn not alone m my opinion wi'h} .
: !
questioned.tolti I .i'f'7..ill: fur -1111.' tune following
him it had ura'cd!, and wam the '\,trt.I I :nii.ui, lift t'xrll'JrII, ;:s a ruc; I 1m! cmuli; ::0 !be :and s called) rue shark, hut Gen.; Call was mv l friend, i I! signed by thirty or forty; ; of the rfco.t memorial -: of their rights, to give them ftfn'I"law

Ii 'uv ; bat: that I h,.' had' bett-r 20 into the I learJ: : J.s.- !" .tUJ.I '.< en : .II/ar.: 1: s-invu-l r- j j I i brides! I was getting rich; and} did not care f for a I speciable: citizens of re- more !
Jackson
i h ill IviJ
herewith .1.lb
1 forwar [C] who! in
f ; of th ?
cd :
saul !
-Ctibiiitl
clerk'- olfn-e a jd pay the carriage bef ire the) hit !II [ llc"J'd--lI! .ol/ ui k'c.l! : now and then. IlIJ.lcie a grent deal of 1110nI I ded lor publication.! consequence
i'iaz/i and PoJrll.g1. reiiin::; iij>ou !lands offered t for sale had not
1 box xvi: iiven him.- : e accordingly went into r..'; ai fie land ail's by tnreateninir: to bid] against JACOB ROBINSON.To ft I"O"

ih i fJlire, asked one of the clerks what was Punit'.incniofdislumfst Biktn: in T -.1r'l the ,e1 lll'.i.;. It is true' Lund wa-. sometimes struck His EXCEM.ERCY pared themselves to takeout their 'lands kM.

the rliaig i' i for I h.i'l --'i;ItJ t\ "f f tI'... in rf! THE PRESIDENT( OF U. S. time, i b. lievir.git umifcesfaiy, were subseq. ]
rharnage.-The clerk tolcl him I It n. 5irM. < 'ip -J b ec; Mrecs I(: toe.t; :/1 hi-jh price-, bat: \ vj knov r was not The undersigned .
and Iwtut aw.lthO f'.II"t.nIIIII'I.: ', on my v-ay to Hski l Sirjy, atlroc.c J : compelled!; to sell.Correspondence .
!
I obliged) to it tllf'ou1J
lt } tak
paying any thin! ; bv a review, when Iva.: siojipcd] by a singular cxhibiion 0 rilv cry me out ofthe To impeacn the conduct of'public officers at al'' -
but he said he would call ajain abou1' it. I Ii:I ; ,," nil Tuik.s! ; buktnailcl : : market, :1 siLl: I was sure to net I W
: Ir to towns by j some one to bid t times is a (ie'icate: and unplej ant task. To their of the A" Ycrf J-'irnnl of Ccms I
: two or thn-e days aT'erward- he again called J 1 ins t-ir lo the do-ir p is;. I ";l"i t iriu'i.iufor tus! ::!it j i i ii it in tor me after tie settler I h..d: irorie) Jwaat I removal LONDON, Feb. 22,133
II a rtsort should
be
nt the office and a.4.ed MjlTirifntly: ran11' nnk : ii .i curi"-uy. The I ItiOll only had in extraordinary Lord r
for tho box, saying }jio jrnvcr.'ineM! price.: As I Slid' b'fl're I I Grey's u hi1l.filr the pacification of Irei .
vas
of the r.ural W\S 'I.C\l ri'Luk'us.rntivs._ '. d jjettinjjri' ca th..t he had muresft 'I mischief! is and
t brought t ll" money trqay for the: liy tin: prfc't nini.hitlanc wun: winch !i:: \v 15 (.1- I *:)-I vas .-oini:!: \O'n:", ,'.h" !! Co'( '. White! flterfrre1 ( I remed\I great nnHlwr has not called l t lorth 1 that feeling indignation!
; \ C.t- rae. On sear.-hing} for the box thoit r.ci1r hiv hrtiril.. 'iiP : 1 nnd i'lined trvi-- rf'' --*\.tIl'IL-. ,. the II. oDle. ii En1anel'hif! *r.. _I itvr\//_ *"*l nWsingle 'till:
in ufH-raiioil tllCV :.1oj 'Ci ll t I :uy h-iMsies; :?, l 1)v jrcttinjj C' u --' "I' : --'
i I \.';;n'h'1u r, was not to on loiinu amiprisoner thp- 1 ''mrt., nijf.h, I'lou' ;'i ill -lins l'cse it u-.is .drnc very ;! : | A single act of omission or instance of hardship. petition has been presented acainst; iK .
pre-empt.on; : ;\ !! ;It dwould
believe
l'hlu.f! the .staiul yon it, |; should not form( the a meeting has been convened for the
: appeared to be l I 11'/1 culprit wis iblijd to '.n L: i ii subject of anima version, char- purjxs'
f i ;
.. exceedingly enraged }I -i, t.> k.-oM hi LOin! TJiii Mr.i Ed-tor: I :II' noi worto, a dollar than discussing the t
I
df faring ibat he noul-i car U-.iriuj. is m-tlunir! more j i i'wOIJ'. : 1 compel us to oveilook it ; measure, and o; fir as I have
ring an action at lax si.-i dr.igonun: ol-fif: mn aiuntion, fov I \was tiie! tIt odious by finding an enabled to
11 ny ;; my a : day ) pre-emption Inw was ascertain, not one has been advert* ;.
j a.ll11st1 e-I'r:. PicJcford: for( the value of the1, tijtvs, '\p!: :a P.--'f.f !.lkl-r, ;a s Lands nnc a youn: fi1ev !- 1 sed You :1.that pas- I excuse for it in mistake orinadvertancc. But You will naturally wonder this and ; ,
: Gen. Call at
.
,, m.ty would have YOd
.
I box and its content. 'j 1 hI" cloins and ware-* r you MV.uad his rose and ears rutolr!; ne 1 yot I when a whole peope: are made-the subjects of re- perhaps find a difficulty in the *
I b rc I! IsLe bra\c 1I-- H'l hdid one p is>ed too. I know betu-r, he was: in 1 reconciling aj |
i ho'.i-emen' had <\ oii'j. $d not rne Congress newed injustice .
a cenvcrsatjon: (iU the subject -toe objects of continued im )si- exhibited by the people now, witii their wellk 'f' '
.f tiTi-h! about its ears his tuilun would hide s the niaiki I twoeirs without doing it beside.s I '
3d: 1 afu-j ; know be is 1, 1 1j lion when ,
1 considering tho (-uni8tan-'es of the! but Ins n
i P'txMicrs: previous vi-.it to tUo warehouse, to- I it to him a iin, after lie had shown u Es) tl.e judge, ;;j I I |my fmv.d, and w.lullIot! inteifen with the IICiI' 1. a wise and parental government, is perverted into arbitrary enactment has been hitherto attefflf'

1 t-t;, 'r with tire fact of the D-JX not being seen I I that 1m ni!!it have t stuck on a;.un.'' Poor fdJiw (_ gains of a Sj'l'CUlallr-Cel ii. While will nnigr? ir v I' ;an instrument in the hands of designing I Thh is to be accounted f for< 01. three grounJ-

t a.t.ct that visit.' thay began to that theplotter ," I thouit! "that would have puzzled Carpac." vote, nor that of any other SPECULATOR.We which to turn the honest and men by First, because the former leaders of the peor
suspect It served him right," auded my dragoman, at industrious from those who were principally the tf '

I :, hiiue I must have taken it away.I .- ;iru liniu I.MVL-S were scarcer than baker's notrs." give bcl.iw the, reply; of CIL! Robinson their homes, and deprive them of the hard earnings ; up !large public meetia 'those\vf.u agents fory* !I
.M::<*r P,('kford, in The Spartan of ihe bead in tho shops to of their labour it is time been
consequence applied to appearance Gen. (all's attack; on him.-\\ err.C to to complain! -it is looked up to as the organs of thede ,o-

I th" maptstiaie, and obtained a warrant to I was 11l.j; i iLPfl evidence blacker of the a sort scarcity tim which(previous, still, rei and
I? I! search the prisoners premise-*, which they did I I j j serious disturbances, esj-eci-.Ily! ) on the part of the a temper far; more suited to the man of characterthan make known their grievances and apply for their under the cognomen' h Friends of the PCP 'tit

and tiieie f fount the identical box, emptied of'il& woinvn, which the government could only quell by the General's-We confess our surprise at I redress. t tlu se person .. I repeat, are provided; for; l

.- contents. Kvidencc to the above effect distributing rat1 lIs. the t familiar! use by the General of such expressions I When almost as soon as the office was have succeeded in making their popular der
as "liar, blackguard, arrant KM.JVC! opened tion the means to an end that end hrived
bavins been poltroon") for ; they
: adduced tho the
churman jury stopped the The three Frltndi.Trut no friend here/ thou hast and rr.any others of'a :sirnihr si-ip; whicn, if suit, ,: reception of claims, the improvement of a at ; and of course they t feel, it to betht1. .

as the was about to sum up, observing tried him, for they abound more at the festal board c.llU tilt; General, are uris-.iitui; to the highs otlice I widow made so early as the year 1822 containing ty to forget thedirty avenues that have taken '

41 that: they were quite satisfied with the t than at the prison door. to which he agl'irt's-C'II. Hol.iuvm; inUro.scs; his: forty-five; acres of valuable land was allowed to be to tiie! klllple.gain, these patriots h:1r' :"

I facts of the rhso, and they wished to know tP loved A certain warmly man, the had oilier three he regarded friends with two indillcrence of them h- denial of the. Genera.; stau-meiit: nor is It entitledloless taken under the pretended right of a man who !to places; that is, the greater portion of tI;&' '

: from him whether it was a 'felony for a man to, that onc was the truest of all his well wishers. The, weight because it is not coupled with! such I ; !had only come to the country a week before the in office ; SI} are their relatives, even unto thf* .

I Bteal his own goods ? J. .H. iNorris, Esq. the t man was summoned Ix-fore a tribunal, and though in- epithets, us the latter has not thought it beneath I first of Jauuary 1825 ; it was attributed to mistake cousin ; and others who have not yet beetis"lunate "

chairman said hat under tho circumstance ncM-cnt, his a-cusers was blue: agjinst him. .1 him to employ. are watching with hungary eagcrne* ....
or want of
there could be doubt 4 \ 'ho nmonjcyou," said he, will go with me, \\ e dislike the spiiit of such; remarks-As n correct information. But when the approving smile of& the M lIster. NoVfo, .
1 no that if the these facts ,
: ., d prisoner anti bear witness for me 1 1 For my accusers are bitter candidate, Gen. Call must expect thatbiscond..ct, were made known, and so far from receiving out of the question to expect that beings SO : j

,. was guilty, it would amount a felony. The against me, ami, tie! king is disj.leased." public and private, will be examined. He did the redress, [A] when ii> instances too tediousto liary situated, would be BO silly as to blast, ,

j jury immediately returned a verdict of (Guilty The first of his friends at onre excused himself! same thing, when Col. Gadsden offered against n:1me-the labour and improvements of prospects, and even deprive themselves oM
o other
The chairman, in said from accompanying him, on the plea of oilier biuinesji. Col. White and dom the *
passing sentence, that t is i The second followed him the door of the removed to distance
to a
; -
4i the prisoner was a man of very astute intellect:t tribunal there he lumed hack find his a candidate himself. But we ask, is it in I of miles and with agitation, and actually think that long pubZ.Jj
; went many as little ,
way ofrighl
and had managed this robbery with a deal of !through fear of the offended ju-lge. The third}, on the true spirit of liberality to say 01':1 man, who pretence ings are dangerous to the public peace. \"M b ,.

tact. He was Hallo to be transported for life 'S horn he relied the least spoke for him, 111l1lJorewilness has openly and candidly presented objections, -we cannot err in saying that those who is a positive tact, (but you would hardly be!**;

but the Court would not that length. Still I to hii innocence HO that the judge disidissed this man has lied, he is a scoundrel Sec." It i is have permitted thk evil are eilhej grossly ignorantof that the other day in his place, Sir FraiXJjIdett "

go him and rewarde 1 him much easier to make assertions of this kind thanto ; their duty, or b.ave wilfully abandoned their -that pink of democracythe py

however, considering the address he had dis Man has three friends in this world ; how do they sustain them by proof any one when charged I office. the tower"" the man of the People"1'1magouge .
I
played, he could not do less than transpoit i df mean themselves towards him in the hour of death with an offence, may turn upon his accuser andsay I The long train of of Palace Yard"-the well knoWjr

i him for 14 years. The prisoner on hearing I whe-i God calls him judgment 7 Hia best beloved "you are corrupt, a liar, a villian" and the improper conduct witnessed cal baronet-attacked Mr. O'Connell for

l ;1.t his sentence, burst into tears, and was taken friend gild i iA the.first to leave him and accompanies like ; hut this. species of defence is too common to in their acts, and the fear for those 'ipon which ing addressed himself not so much to thI"J
)him
down crying bitterly. the f\noj.rtal of His/ritnd.the grave on-f and kintmcn then accompany turn bark to him their to pass for more than it is worth. they may yet be called to decide in the opinion of to those out of it : and tamed him wW*.g;

- own horn**. The third, whom he is most neglectful} of, These remarks are made in reference to the your petitioners, calls akmd for some interferencethat language that might do very well for tW' ?'

is his scoJ iforJf They also go with him to thejud'i General's attack upon Col. Robinson, which we may correct if possible, what is done and Exchange, Dublin,or the Hustings at Cot J?
:. A popular Preacher.A short time ago oneOf tur no, they stand before him, and speak for deprecate as inflicting an unmerited wound on an prevent the like recurrence for the den." f shall leave your readers 'to a11 .

tin self-cJiectad class Divines, who are him and ebiain mercy and mcc.-IItTdt hooedt and highly respectable citteen-..Col. Rob It is future. own reflections upon consistency 11' ,.:

*>* .. tp '. .,iU.'fiewa and nndw these impression .political! honesty anddexagoguebe. patn b f

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eertmd. r shall but briefrr1lIud BELGIUM.-The free navigation of hc to the Banker'3 Commission received WOO,4 I I '
tt1 to tltafe t'elttana WILLtAl\l' X,. HASKINSvHt 1 1 FRESH DRUGS-ARDEN SEEnS '"
There arc many pcr Hls I Scheldt i is a question of much individual r ;
to it-it i 8 thil. so and from othereourccs, an income altogether i I received
dcnce in the atuendtoanYbuaintasinlhetityothEtvl"gait JUST a full supply of Frrs\
)ho ha\e besW\\"N a blind con them impeartancc to England that the. British would of /2,100. ThJ Hon. and Rev. Win. Plun- and promptly and feilhfully exwuieany Commissions Dru.'l

atntionanJder who a iewilling who think to trust that there I he perfectly justified in forcing the river. The kett next put in'his claim; but he must be considered Mitrusted to him by his frieuda in Florida., and the public 3000 TAPERS Of LANDRETHS'ClLtBIlATrnCARnr.* .

every instance,- government, when i in King of Holland appears to obe of a similar an ill-uied man, for though he was incumbent Np\v-York re1 eraUy. HE KB, XNO FLOWER SEED. -/\QHINaOrr*' PATENT ft**,.
of arbitrary July 1832. 52 tf LET.-SAGO POWDER.
danger -GERMAK
be has
no and he Ll.u'HEjGLISh
of opinion therefore refrained "
who are from of
Parliament and ol'theliving Bray-- AMERICANTOOTH
is reformed J. U. VViibTCUTT Jr. ec J. P. UOTH BRusHES.-30 KINDS
ere' a and unconstitutional i officially promulgating his taiifT. The wholo Several Hon. Members A Vicar of LOZENGES or NInl'I+iL LAND
ion that extraordinary Bray fl VE formed a Law partnership in Florida. Theresidence IA.J iARD R Non's jJllt, INK
p1II be granted to Earl Grey, mercantile world is deeply anxious the subject Loud of the former DERS.-SLICES._, row
rovers may with safety on ( laughter.) is in Tallahassee, and of INtS, rCRFOMERT, &.. &C.

I'1 111U'h not to theDor of Wellington. The re- and therefore King William may restsatisfied Mr. Cobbett : Yes, Vicar of Bray ; yet his the latter at West Point, Appalackieola Bay. Busi- be ALSO.-A sold

| por whom I have the greatestinuh ,I Imtempt that he will not be permitted to force income was but /470, with a house and glebe. .i ne,*, cntnistcd to them in any of rise courts of Floridaor PIS'C. ,
the
done to Irelandustrin. adjoining Counties of A B.
Georgia
.
what is or Alabama will PERKINS.
care .no Thus more have three reasons I the payment of the toll that he has ioiposed.The I The Hon. Robert Plunkett, an ther of the be strictly attended to._Au .3d, 1831. oOtf Tallahassee, march 2d. 1833. 23i:

}han, 1.\ \ you resolutions navigation of the Scheldt must be open Reverends, closed the list of this demoted
meetings -
had
have not public J. M. & O.
rhvwe the indignation of their concoclore, and to the tings of every nation and no regulations family. WHITE STOREAGE. -

reath.n". of petitions to huh houses of p:,rlialcnt I no restriction on any of them, will b:allowed A.TjTOR.VIES A \ LJ t\J\J. &>1.LLU1 A i LAW.m 1 TN addition to his old
1u1tltUtles will be the British SPRING FLOWERS. / ILL practice in the court of appeals superior I ware-house the
But there plenty I have ;
*
the kin1 I by government. received
and to V V courts of Leon Jtffereon i subscriber has erected
of the 'Tis win, Gadsden ant Hams recently a spacious build
from Ireland-tor the speech this information from a member of parliament ton. Any will be mg 80 by 28 feet receiving
I ) which Read nature like tht mnnuscript ofHearcn, agency promptly attended to : Letters ; rot ton and roods.
there muusI -
'Jmier has created a ferment who is personally concerned in the Antwerp .1nd till the flwtrs its poitry. }postpaid.PURSUANT. 30tf TIMOTHY M'CARTY.

'.f' win! find it difficult to subdue, and trade and who yesterday had an interview with. love the fair and beautiful uiossoms that are paltered I: } St. Marks December 27th Io31. I9tf
committee to warrant to us directed
ti.
through a
.d by
'The hill hasi i pas Lord the so ttbuudaiuly.in the season over the field -
I
palmerston on This spring
subject. mteli- have
Tile we this
ht. ma- day after
lIi. only being
ill; he read a third tune to i and by the quiet tcLts;, of the wood, or when theirMinny first
duly for
sworn that
P its is an aniend- I gence you: can rely on, and I have no doubt the of purpose, proceeded to the
during progress iremblu
pLlaU to pleasant
alteration murmuring valuation the
cattle
ltrlai I I I I ot following taken
aunt Which wasonered- l hy Lord Grey, to permit |;' that it will be very gratifying to those among the strf'Sm'SLI\t i:II by like merchantmen iralfii:king }i I[, Byrd as strays : a dark brindle steer, with up by the Nathan lower ON S

H1I1' d to defend\ \tIJ l'n}:-g 0vnmin>. IkiumC a i your readers who are ingageiiifr tralliee to the their nicl dy lor; gale of odour. I would not gait- 1' },alt' of the tail, right hind-foot and belly white mark-
,
the hill is as 01.l'ItlXtiHl4ii cr the nrst flowers hft .heir delicate heads loii'et :
'I\urt martial. In other rats :'Scheldt. The Northern powers havo made coat up It'd with a crop, slit and undcrbit in the right ea:, and

as tl ben it was first presented to hc ouse. i overturns to Kngland and France to renew the if i! m% iu my *.prin, }'ath--u -et01S to me alnuol as ,I uppctbit and hole in the left, branded 26, aged nine
the I they were gifted with a tVelnc and 1 a perception IIfi !
tier
yearsalued 9.
hrIHI.t ill, purpose| at $
l lsdfl
A drnnct hill }has Conference, and remove embargo but this offer the lorehnevi of ami i t 1 CARD.-The
and is a tit rllmpallit n nature, cannot care is>sly pluck A red steer with a white spot on the forehead subscriber having now a large and
rhanJrm r, tile revue, cteJ 11 that the two hills 11'ill has been declined and the embargo will re- them front their frail I su'us, and throw them abide to whIte on the belly and hind toot, the sumo mark, some and lit commodious house, east of the'capitol squart, i i.

( the otller. It i l'zp< next, main in forte t until the dutch King shall theIr -arly! witiierinj:-'tis like defacing the page of a brand as the above, age 6 years, valued at 6. prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION -
Monday cease >$
each the loupe tlf CC1nlmons ou -to be obstinate. fd\i>ritc b>"k of poetry, around which tha spun of the T0 other steers m:itk"d with a swallow fork the business, he hopes to receive a liberal support

nJ hen will amiim-mx? jurhaps, one oi the nlllst baid seems l11l1..1. a prt-servmj watchfultuss.Biauttful right ear, upper and under slope in the left in I: fiom the public, and pledges himself to those who may

portant d 'bate> that la> evi-r bt..enllcard. Mr.mvoodUie I SI'A1N.-Russia i is buying herself with Flo"-crh ther are the jew el.y of spring, L I', one a red brindle, with a frosty bush, tail branded favo r him with their business, tr use his best efforts

l president of the treat BirminghamI this country and openly expressing her disapprobation and brava ly do they decorate her 1 Uu linu; brow, uih T while, with red head, neck, sho Jders and ,feet the i I to promote their interests. J. WESTCOTT Jr. '
he his. ui.eno i.laddtiun4 all hearts witla her exceeding 10\ehncss.But .- O..bcr 2d 1531.
it to and nd
annomecJ a tile 7lf-"i
laical on-has of tne recent liberal measures. .\ I't on right thigh, the age of etch, 6 .
imcmpromusnS+r n j there arc sjnic harts fur whom her voice ha I valued ..
,
neer, them with thmllt h courier arrived Madiid from years eat-hat6. Testified this 16th ol" A eARn. "
'o at fit day
Petersburg no radf nc f her hasten the
f atanu to the I, ; ( juy, eauty no power to January 1833 RICHARD
.uid the note ( y by TAYLOR
and : Subscribers
PS"'I'ltln., ,' to nd.: Mr. A. is the only Li.g.sl. :. l;:1011 the 12th and immediately afterwards Sir !.iriu huts' finis c.m (he <;(niuus spring speak JOI1IN CASON, THE and Wiirc-House having purchased the Stock (
rejoin n :i ly 10 'h++se user whose degraded brows the Taylor & K leis, hart
j S, for
Canning sent by the GEOI1GE
was Minister
ntVexiS-rt Mr. Ewari of Liverpool, whoi lorrorcign E. DRN IS. commenced the DRY GOOD
,
i free gales brc. il1s cad ol GROCERY and
&feiat to tae rc\-llin.I, ; peacefulness I certify thai the ab. .
Affairs. The >vc named Richard
.,- < :avowed Its intentions, and ,\heratherit'lerish nature of the Confer- und high tho'ifc'as, and lor whose car iheZUsh Cason and George. Dennis Taylor, John COMMISSION 'BUSINESS.

,onl firry.I wud.TMai I, i :llread\' i t'IIC"whuh: la-ted seveial hours, is, it is said t uf melody si. errs only t.yllahle! one icproarhfjlname : 1 for the purpose above mentioned., were duly sworn by me In additior to their

nit .t is *'"'} that !L;(' h.i: > ,111I,Jnt.mt'tI l it to be Ills" a demand on the part ol 1 ittis-u that Spain shallpursue l ? . office, if tits. measure should 1 of the wretcncd, and tar better than the brigr.t- re'v p
throw A true from lion IIf .
, Itl'1I11,1J to up the policy of i823-lend assistance to 0 copy the recar.1.31Si' Goods, {'c.fi+Storage, their
k details.! Lord Uuran. new of tho vernal sunshine dJe dreariness of winter buildings
lit |"dwS in..11 I I its siniK.rUjnt[ Lon .Miguel, and have it' the : Attest D. M1 R A EX V clerk. will becompleied b} the 15th Sept. Theyrespmful
requisite} supportof harmonize
aekauivItdgr his objection to mi: with the desolate spirit of the stave.; ly solicit share
a of
nasojifijlv,
.
public
and
:_ e,1 f 'lit' d.i"t, and declared; tnat he should: reif the three Northern powers. Oh, that the warm hrfathings of universal love 'I'Ul.uusai cri have just received from N. Yors selves to a strict performance patronage all commissions, p'edge them
\
cntrus
;ire u -1I11u1J meet miner rougn treatment ine might drive out from the bps":ms of men the cold unfteling general assortment velvet, blue and led to their care.
N
: common, Their have: been' ; loud u uppers re- Th excitement which prevailed in Paris in : winter of indillerenci-; with which they have Mack cloths, blue, bark, Russian green, drake neck, PEACHY & MACKINDER,
M> !tot:;; regarded tlu buircrmss of their oppaistd hrc- rich plum and stel, mixed supdative REFER
,
tile to a disjjrrrrvmcnt Iwtv.ren MUIIO of tin- Cat the first in February, respecting political duelshad blue superior black, TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, )
tnren Tha. tin -,\utlfulllfsSOOIs of chru.ia-i c+nn- striped, diobilsch, ii'ixcd' lotituy, JUDGE C ]r t.erson.
: ? t ; :1nI.1 ta,'ntbtrof Parlnrnem informed, mej.it i tiaeJ oil ihe wounded man all recovering passion and, holy benevolence springing up in their! i mixed, nuiifying, Ll'Uwl1.hud, green and green uuion.inix copper RANDAL, S

Nr I I. Graham and Lord Durham had ex prosd ;i H. Card. Editor of the national, had been a- hearts mi;ht shed ovi,.them the fragrance I'f the inert id cavsimers, I laitmetts, back silk florentecn, Liighsii GEORGE LORIMORE

a wish to retire. ury of"lId deeds! Then should the benediction v f silk vesting, fancy do., water silk do-, brown do. }

The bill brought in by )Ir. Stanley! \ amend hle to go out, and his first visit was to Ills antagonist I tho\e that were ready to perish, come upon them !like. c.d d.)., Mack silk velvet, plain and filmed drab,,figur-beavcrieen J.JAMESLORLMORi J. AP-VMS :, j} Gadsden.

Ur.md Jury' laws, was partially approved II') t1.: Roux Labone, 'Editor of the Rc-- I the! blessings of the tarly and the Utter rate," and! blue ;goatluir camlet. Leather caps, patient COL I L \\'. BR \DETaha J

.v ihc+ InIi member-. If is certainly a remeJi.ii I venant, home he had: It uuudrd.:1I. ]Setteoient the ratpful tears of the forlorn on1 rost on thrln as a silk susjieiHlers, Cloven, beaver hats, velvet, ooniDazineslate St. darks July to.I 132 46 tf 'tassee
after few I ft-rtil.zinir: dew, i-lothm. ;; tht-m} wIth happiti-: like a right and nk stocks, l>andancrs ii silk
i
fj ure, and I li-jpr, a improvement-, Lditor ol the Q.iotidie-nne, had been Hag liuiidkcrchii'ls .. !ILL SAWs.-Just ; "

,..rt it max: ptvdilv 1 take etler't. A motion was I I wounded 1:1: a second i.utl 1 tho original cause 'h.'k i: iiiih' .i.f"I'IatnJu.e. shirts,, figured rcady-ma-lc and plain coats,bosoms panuloon: and vests, linen l!. lory of Row land, Phitadelphi rer[-eIHll tVom, a loll iht of 1tl.\ilU>

ade Mr. D. \" H irvcy t,) tve t the votes noided -' collars made after nu tlcrux.! -cut, lonant and superior
by
"if oilVii'-o, as before, stated! was the scandal I ,:I T J- .--.:V.I mi .< .1. .. iV S_4"'sOri: ..c.t.IIIS I the late fashions. Allot whicii are ollercd for sale to for this whip saws; selected express
hy tie, speaker! so that the divisions initfMcnrrml. : ,ircubted respecting the alleged illness of theDutrhcss I. 1- +'nil-hu' : a I'n sbyteriin Church in Tnllrhns*-., 1 our :Wends and customers on the most reas--uablc ly 33rf market and for sale low for rash, by
It was lost hy a majority I I r.C.
: rejKirti-d. of B'Tji.i ihe' Editor of CorSlurI -eqnc-tLd: to meet at the lio'ist: of dl lr. Kirhanl 1). I( toriiis.! The jscribcrs are also, provided with! good v\JLLI\MS.
I f ]143lo til Another endeavour ito be made Hull, n \\ cdnes'l.iy the 1st day of May, at 4 .'clock! workmen, and will make up clothing at short notice i : CO. I'ION ULNJJ.-UAAli'Ul'.LL G-.A7.K oF
lisfranciiM the. lix-emen nf Liverpool, and a .[I. IkisauH'! first put it m form, wa cal I after the latest fasiuons.: !{. lI. e Georgia are
< r. M. to make au.ul;>>m ns; for the rrertion of said Cc J. L'. LULL. engaged, at their. well
:: iintttee will) be moved for n.'xt"l.'d. : tlll'l1fd'cIt.1 : It.duur and s'-v.-'Hy wounded by a partisan of.he 1 LuiIJinty'c. A general inrtlingib requested.Apr.hJT I November 20th 1BJ2. ] UfHLuncers known establishment at the above place, in the manu

tile bnbf.rv complained a!. By me, bye, time' Outches's belbr his recovery he. was calledon 1633. : ', i is facture of cutt[-n gins, of a very superior quality It

'!l'.ratt'ttrial"\ The Corporation of Liverpool vsCV second time. M.; Corel' and his Jl QtIed having purchased the ensue i in the-ir intention to Keep a constant supply, at T 1&
to fight a m aJl : crest otV ilium >ecman iu the basset and duincy Florida(
decide.! favour n'1'I ltJn.1 stock of goods ; and to meet all ord in
tltln! OfdsnS, was in nl do
.i'lends considering this as persecution 1 w continue lo business at the their line with
gave same stand under proptness.-Gins of their
the 1 tsie.tloreto Law ma ufac-
and Attorney at
.orptr.tll111 :
Presto .
11' I'IlIIIHtJ: notice th it any number, of partisans of legitimacy u.eurmot and Jones, and have received in i LUre are warranted to work well with good, us '.
\ to exact certain tolls on all g Us tua!ntd Entity COMFORT MIDDLE i addition t.}the old stock tnm UaltimortJiiul They take this g -
FLQRJIIA.I !
New-York ol'PJr.tunityto state that
(I :' tarn tin- United: Stales not c.ui, ;?i.L-il( to tier- who kern unxlous for tight, mijiht be accommodated Anril: '7 I 1.-. 3. 37-1 y a |heavy supply: of ?roci-rus : aud_are daily I expectm-( other establishment of the kind in Louisville then, and is no

"'!i If!' :.c city. Tliis decision will rcuct jootitDdOO I at otlic.---\ list of tw.nh-1 I trcm tut latter place a haiubome ass-rlnuiii oluodt 0 all gins made at that place, are of thou marlllf thai
+ .
tture.opmh'r
pouii.ls,t a year from tile Aiienc-m rti"m- four was immediately carried to him, I .: D' Cfi.'iiS M'Lb.MultE: ii 'I'AUEIVELL \1Hc.dtu t present season a..1| aj.pruachui" sprm,,- 13th lc.-2.: 1312mTo

,., -. 1e! nrm If B-ilton, Oglfii* & C". p-i>' which he a>ked in select an antagonist and did I fiavniir aSS"rie tte-J tiieuj-.t'ves in the pr\c.it'/ ofPnys audint'-ndconsUMlytokt-epa ,-,,1 SUiJIi.Jf goodowinch '
1 c, tiN.dtr" their services to the inhihil.inls of Leon they otter Planters.
,. 110 r,,.. !nila se.tr: tll ti.e corporation h'r t.ien' j jToe I Others followed when the I to elI to their old Inuuls (,n the
s ol. governmentinterposed a. 1 tin- adjacent c-juntiis, ill the Ccveralcollaieialbranches : I usual credits : they tee! t
grateful \LE.-4
.
tall Kin \ Bench or past fav-urs and.
the FOR
k ; Copper
I.i. t- pac: in I Boilers
: 'I of their fe s.uc.l:
declared
and : : if- purpose o. pnm-..hing pr' 'sion. a coiuinudiire of tht.irllt'lI.lgc ; 0
as ,
.d .cc iPd! 111'1<. all engaged inuch duels t and basil I I I T'\lIaha""f'f', Aprl) 20 r I Is.>. trying to deserve the same. iiL.y often I Copper Dippers, Skimmers fond Scoops.*
parties reduced
uUivc price1J-\:50: 10
"II'I ivutn.gilie. I have received Bur THOMAS pair llamas Mill Stones

1I1IlflJIHI"r.1 ; and fluid that tiC Union has ana Iy they had ceased. rlCI-\\"llLiHI G. Ut.RGt.Ius male UPassignment WILLLOI PRLSTOX D. Jr. Applv l to BE'I"FUNdEMORY. '

uieetitJ t tneIHTCUC of all his property, rial persoi I au-n-; JO.NES. Mhv'15. t 1332 :* tf
Imcc\i public !: to petlion agnii : } February 2il 1a3s: o(3m"IJMTKD
bill.!! -Tne njttuiig is to be held on the Those who arc nut i..iorant of th<' history 'Hll mixed, and of nil his accounts, duiMuid deiiJ.n.J! Storage mid
t Commission
I of every descrition ir. law ni.d equity, 10 the. Su:) r"i-i ST \TTs"MAIl7iTEA.\.lJt"7A-i>r" &c. !
>ti. of Iroland} miM romember that Mr. Plunkett, Lr'rss ]his lunges, for the! l bern ht of hisrruhtT. !; ", aiilwho r .UK: unde-r-h'ned i has; hrge and convenient vVaro

FR> 1.1CF.-The French .Journals contia- !j now Lon! Chancellor, was one of thw most I I Icfl'wnt I alone are aethcriscd to settle the demands'.C QD'IW JACKSON AND JSL houses inl Ot'ito.i .h,:Js, and is prtpart d to re

|c rerord tho niu'iuiier/vs oftliecsirniv.il.-- n I and most zealous ol tho.-e who op- him. : :.-From e'.H. c:-ive GUL'D., Cu 1 TON, or other prooucc on Stops
I Iouts S.c.Iuttr'D
,
THOMAS : : alachicolat The age -
BALTZELL.KODERT .
I
1'hiiip! 1.Hl bvm H'rbllsr on the flCI 'tua"-J I jhe union projected and effected by \I" H; I" .a3 t\ 11.1Culuml.us' Stored, sr'Ifi
,
rr
BERRY. alternately
t cc } shipped, and all Commissioo
., Hl\.t and Unoxvinj the weakness of hts pCIJ-1 tJlr.. Pill and Lord < "astlereagh, three antI Aril l 6. 1W.: 3C-6w. I Il'r .11uU/l: j anJ We-: Wes 'ay. at G ,,'ci' ck A. M. for Appal.ichwola Bus.ine.NS stricrly attended to. He solicits a share of

e has nude, himll as t rat a fool as any olsubjects. t I tnirty years ago ; and they will understand nn-J will mte-secl the new mail stage lm ,, public uuroiiagt." EDWARD SEIXAS.vlrt .
:GRES: FOR SALE.Villbe sold at E PublicAuc'ion from Tr-llah;!SPC Mi.l.JIe, via : PcnsacrL at AsoabiM : ,| .", L-ctnbcr 16 1532.
i < .- The circuni"tunc. has gamut! the annexed extract from a sport of a speech 1. on the Fabric Square on the Crh d"yof 1: on Tuesday and Tliursdny at nocn. In ,iciiimiii"- OtfAUC'J

.q1 fur much pnpuhtily and the paper-* are la\-1J I, recently iuflictfd, by Cobbett, upon the retor- I Muy next, Threo ? 'rr.s, one man and two women ; will lea\e Appalachieola every Tliur&day and FrL-a'y IO> :ALE:.-The subscriber havinglocaw:

their cr.lojjiums upon ins 1ujc sty'- kiiidnos med House of Cuutrnons.t I ii.' ;man aucxcillent Blacksmith, one of the women a at 10 o'clock A. M. and arrive at A 'ulo-p. th- next : in TaI-ihav! proposes. to do a gen-
t< +o \ Ct.ik and the o'.hi-r .Seaaistress. Terms t o'clock! M. tat comnii.-son: business
e a made days by where regular sale Tutiday*
: will fir.d
,
nndc, >rcn. iou and in the pas ngcrs: sat days
: hospitality uuki In agitating and discussing the question known on th'-day of uite.Tallehi'.sec fur lullrtha-st-e. IIdll1n! iy.He .

} fai, this folly, absurdity; and *.rim-l()olery thfiri.nher I of the repeal they had a nuhi to go back to : April 27,1S13. The, proprietors of the \ lig4t-drau.htbnatsh Ian will al.o attend to administrator and other sales

1. of Peers is in di.. nueslt-d a large capital in nrtin- .hem ,m hi- country. ROBERT J. HACKLEY.
employed tt: >iig: the op.tuons; which were expres.ed by public filth; & .sr IH.lS up f:>r the t om Mar-h
2341 1.-;:.
#- bilion; the tate ol stet,e. The bill is -.0 I men+ at tOe time when the union was III"t bru't Assignee of \\-rn. Williams, }I Petition to foreclose ili.ceniinz I'd of pas-en crs, in ;h c-on.dcr.i cxpoctuii.ni, iha a 33tf

vrred with amendments that it is t'x.e"*u'd ;or ward!, notwithstanding those men mignt be vs. Mortgairc.THEODOIH t t.'mpt to supply community App,1.1 will.-hic.h n-isnjr with T this (the first at- LOOK AT I +
a regular mail,) ugo 1'Hl !
\\lthdnl\ ::
tr iul Soult \\ill not 1 persist but \\ I I in now. Tit! : Nobh- tars at Ins head !f FLOTARD.J down lor want of patronairc.App : .
1 po.ter "j OTICE I is hereby ea to the said ThtoJ,ircFli1 nn.l"GS.o. -1 I have
1:1\
vivt-J b the
[o.n; tho Chamber. In the Gen ilachicoh, January 19h J 53J, FllL< :
Deputies ihe (:lovernment wa- justly cited :a. an eidejU'e e Jtf
o. :alI, and to all pvrsons claiming: or to claim by, fr New-York an-t BiLmorc.!

Utavette" has attacked J the whole 1 t'ureign [p ?- I' ; ad: th're wi< (ail the Hon. .\icmber I ihr.>urhoi under him, and to a1! persons uitf-rebtrd, CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. ) 1 tree supply IIf fresh drugs -c., -whi.-u will he sold low

;'vofthe government. and was replied to bI .l-ipping: tiv. t. be.! wih: tiu,:e torn:) another that a prtitr.i,* to foreclose! a nvrtjratre: on lots in the February j.'A 1 lj33. 5'tJOTICE f t;>r cah, or approved credit. 1 wish it tlidh.'z.yundt1'
Minister l'it.lIf Ta!'> hi-ssee, (original phil,) nunibertil 181, is h-rt'br shod that my medicines rre warranted uod
I 1" in that dcpartm'-nt. In a. |IHrt oi wi! m I Ilia.i no-v cii. and U there :: j given to the 'lr f'kl.III"r+ o* : -and may in
he man |IF 2 iditl. moriga t ;fd to 11'indotVilliaus! aial by IX this institution, that the third iii. a'mcnt of fi .il'cites hr returned, trfien their quality is not t'tlirily sr-
nnuer h./ r .observtd that 1 the wrongs* I' WMSi t!.iug koo-.Vii) 4'.i11 wou.d uuKt! a mun i' hire :[si:nd to \\ tIam!: Kerr amid fbert >lurg.-:>, hal -> !; on each sham: will! be dup, and p.iyni.lc a-corl vriihrs !is/,c.torly to the purchaser.

[laud I been much xag o:yr: t-'Ci but J'\et t'"c'''!o h t ht; -ixvn tiTiin-): : t c evidence winch lie'j l h e : filed this Jot in the office <>f the rKik .,f Leon dmg; to thc provisions of the charter: on the fast day of Ami.ng tIe arucies received is-Ron"NDS TONIC MIXTURE

otiductot Hu.vsia was of a in turf to calf forth w u'd' n w brnu lor a-d.: out UI cult man's Su,-cnor Court. I.\- ti .v L. A. TlU11PSCrl' hirr. -which is represented by the }:proprietor to be A
( JOHN I(. CAMPBELL. p,I! J6, 1a3-, ,Art AND EFFECTUAL.
e follilla-.dlrtja i REMCDT FOK. TIK
p- ion oftlc fr rich Cai-i-.ei I tf :i JTt.XI
tint tile I.ii.ur
I j jiithe (
sib hive .
ight Jo j jU.U14
own mo I' For pftilun.rs: Ktrr tc Sturges.s sacs. E. B. PERKI; S.
1
:t boa a-senuina. done that 1 illaiiy u- every aru-n.n+ that iugenuiU truth, + April 18U. 3i.1tul1J' r lltl'. 1'\0,0 Jt.\:" .' c. Tallahassee.! October 30th 832. 1 1 tf
'
( tho Autocrat. All -. rallt. ate t' n ku.tdley '+ : i..c1'.1 in"'ll1c mm With a- ANCE against loss or ilam\gc by FIRE)! .
retson or j'is.i canproperty ,
are -THEix weeks a'u-r date, application will I l he C't1ccle on the 1Iltfavt'ra le :ALc.t l I'rllpu;als \\.:' be (. c ivt i.ntuhe first
hear a most >u-crpib: c rat e.d p ri.aplemav ',.tln4 '!lI' unoi.: after decla.mg the .,lW >,y 1"t IKn..ado by the subs:-ii ,ff to the lion. the C"ur' thr :hs'riber: n,PIll .,1' the tents Prt'tection, on aPl'.Iactinnu t' o day I r June next, for building and keeping in rep

f more of the pn>onal indigtiutiuii WII'h! it was elF-ct to be '.nu winch: wU-1 t ,.I I, fr th: county ot [rna, tir Letters <>f ,ninistrafn-n r.ll1ce company, Hat ord lrnlneticnt. III] lint j.o lIr lor the term of rive years, a causeway and br.u: ie (

I Lows Philip and his government : honoruul: l ju-tii e fointiined+ to lepudi a.- and oestate: of J sautes Un hrs il'-cea-jecd l, of said. IJIr Ccu/t value uflhc evert'must"be 1'pIlillllthe over the hi* Ocilln river, at the $tt:-i ,rld Iu npi.-s.! east

A sum of ?)7 5S9 cu-ty. IIE:' 11' F. SIMMONS. .tJ.tlliJ vlonticcll'J.. The wil be '
be
,700 francs ha hern : satisfactory evidence fitrnishedof causeway reqc C' t.'
: rat ,,11:1ih- re.ermu the -
:
i- disclaim ihe to I\ ct);-
'% 1 by the chamber'I poroti I, I"'sep, April7 I'ti'3: 3'-t 5'\ icctnt&s of the representation, and the built: f.f earth and supported by wood (if n. crr.ty)
' > stipends to tile Cutholierjiy. std *. For "rt I will resist I fury urnuac I- good moral 500 1211-ei will .
my+ p character of the applicant. The yards long, ; at bttrn. and 10 leet '
Of sohency ol the O
this sum 855GOO goes to U tous measure to the last :u-p of my existence, I T 'Tl'c{ : h -rcu l-irwani allp l rs ,n. ag 1H-\;t und its fairness and punctuality :1 ce wiile on top, an.l averaging 3i N>ti iii_h., with brulgein :
-chifshops! of 1. t ...Jiim r a n..tc.f I h iiiil ;,rTrn Dollars, may btconudently re- '
C rancc"o mtich for the and when the of lissovuliou lr t : t pivuim lied on. E. PERKINS. the centre aO ft-et 1 L.HJJ, and 16 trs t wide. ,
c.,inn of : period my uppio.uhos 'rt',l ber List by i he subscribers to fItnry9ill ia01.** S. Bond and approved be
a church I puid the I Tallahassee.. 22, 1S31. security to nrxmcd tn the prop 1
t by state. I w.ll, like another Ani.lcar, laKe j piY ttl-: in thirty days, as i it will not b- paid-noconsideration -- 27tfDI pals, \\ : In-: required of the ur.dertik.rfor thefi'uh-

I. 1.( Hon, thf Reljium Miui-terto France 1 my vhndin !'' the altar and swear them, a, I' having been vitrd.WM.) I sOLU 1U\-1'II; co-partnership hcrvt.fore t f-il performance ,":" the work. The proposals! tc bcdirccieil !-

a formal aii-ietice' ; given him by. Louis philip)i iLinnibnl, to eiernal, : hostility. the invadersot' i HOLLAND. existing under the firm of R. Ii. \V noliey kc 0 to A. B. Shethc, M n"U": ., r..t paid, and tndorsed -
i JOHN LANE. I is this day dissolved: by mutual: : (proptisals: .
)
Any
essontrd
All uiidcr-
the 1 consent. persons disp.sed to
1 "
vot > of th I Cheers. uehwas persons
inks
French t mssetl) to thu my l c uuutry }freedom. ( ) r> I IIril27 I'm. _17_ having chims against the above firm arc rrq tested to take, will do well to uniine the },lane. The money

army hv the l' ;lUlI1 Clruidipr--: the det-iaration .oldie man to whom he.11Iudt ) i'IC1-1'L present them for settlement without delay and those to be paid when the work is completed, and received
hf'rn .rtJ"- *: undersigned: executor of ihe last ;
was a great deal 1 o.t'L. t the d. And where was that man i Was :' 1'1v1I'! and testament of Shcrrard M'C'all Je'cls d, I indebted to the same ar e earnestly solicird: to makepajnutnt oy the commissioners.

n-emle heroism of the pritn-*>. plenty of rom- he alive? Was he an exile from hi* injured, his I oite! notes that all pr.rsons having dcmaiuU against! : immediately to n.. lials! ;;y, who i$ duly authorized The work to be commenced when the iinJcrtaer!

Ijments to the f lith i of hi> M.tjestv. Bti.l 1 1 Had he fled tne scene of I said esta'e are requested to prp s"nl the same duly attested to settle the busiucbs. shall be notified by the coivm :st'.i.ir": a,'ri r'ni cij
hoprsf deplored country j within three nc''ntlis"r'
T:. II. 11'1.1 '! Th', ,.
\t a ac"o-in| r to law. WM. B. M'C ALL Ex'tor WOOLLEY., r e ( : w water -
pci'dyettlemcnt
) 1\f the q1le.t 1011.t The h r sorrows, and hid his head in a foreign i An-: t STt'i' I8.3Ai 3 8wIDm R. IlHLStlY2d shall net render it i- -pi 1'-;.- II.r.-! .

uehess} de I Herri continue* indisposed nin! clime { What Was it possible! Did t hepeiceive Tallalasee! ;3larch 1333. 23tf GKOilGi: ,: JOHN3ON, 1 .J

phv ician f has t f'cu ordered from thou in the Lord l-han- I o'Q jlU+ muWlga :1l v Q ELIASEDWARL8, t
parts conhantlv man

k:ali to attend h r.-1 S IItlW of her hl rhu. ( ,o--, cellar ol Ireland 1 ( Laughter.present) Yet, indeed, .. ( nut! complete) ussort- f IL.lIE Halsey business, un.l hr will the firm hereafter of II. A.be PIERSON conducted ,by 4t Co.R. J.IRORY A. H. SHEEHE HOLT, J 1 1I
"wns have "'nt of Fresh Diurrsand \1e icillf'S received
,
just
1n been -
ujiitatmn m tb could it be 1 Chancellor: : Ireland, and, per- Having an establishment in the city of New.York 35tf \RIUS WILLIAM.
we
moth, and ordcres I- from Nt-w York and Baltimorefor sale, wholesale ,
haviissued to th I" several untoward and hateful shall be nt all times and at the shortest notices: able
chancer but an destiny and retail. Country Meichants and Practitioners ; A GtlKTAiA CURE FOR THE iTCHl!
p-
h'nimandments' to a< t with promptitude anti. th'keeper and manager: of these dungeonsinto plied on the most accuntmJctin:: terns.EPV. to fashions furnish anJ our of customers the with clothing afi.tr the: latest HOWKVER inveterate, in one boor's application,
fashion
most ible
X : materials. We
goi. fl'1
l" 1 half f pay "t1il'l'r.I I-u wt.ichVcrc, to be cast tho unhappy men SF.1XAS. tender our unit: fled acknowledgments or from taking cold by using Dum
10 belonged to the ,liocly : M-\y29 41tf Drn-r-rist, Magnolia F' nda. ; to our customers fries' Ointment. This preparation for plenantae4s
'iianJs t 1 under th.- who now sought to vindicate his (pl1unn .- fr'r former favours and flatter ourselves by undeviating ,

den there! rq iinp,-operate d upon I the funds a nil i ico Andberr, too, are the young liannibaU ? Henry P. Tonge exertions still to merit a liberal share of public safety l led f.r the expedition cure of,this ease troublesome and certainty comj1, stands!aint. nnrivaU It i is ao

correctness being as-citainetl the p ri- (L',fur use shouts of laur htt.c.) Where were patronage. rapid as well as certain in its operation, u to core this

fell\ oae per cent. '['11'-:e are reports fl.Mthut thobe youthful) m arty is whom he was to sweurt Jftlorney
I there will be a I large reduction I tlblNCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. Just re Celt ed per bchooner Delta, anIl1\'uiceof New- only !
iu the : tile; altar- swear to eternal hostility
ay It does not contain the feast
of
y and 23tf. Goods, COIIMS' ing of particle mercury. of
U l' 'F he some say to the extent of 2)0 t ,000 against the innldt'fofhis country freedom.'' Supr. Blue and Black Cloths other dangerous ingredient, and mal be applied with

and whole army is at I-( to be rr,mull cl- Where were they f He would tell men where 1tj-1)r. JOHN 13. TAYLOR informs Black Casimere, do. perfect safety by pregnant females or to children al

the pay: of officers I to be placed on a they were and whit they were doing. There his friend.and the I'ublic, that his health is so Mixed Nauirino Casimcre, the breasl.
Brent f InottnZ, The far resrercd, as to enable him to resume his proftssiunal Fine Suttinef, Price. 371.2 cents a box, with ample directionsDUMFRIES
kety tltean 0 Hllntitry ,1 t P":+r mat was Hannibal the First-(laughter) The dirt,... July :,0 13.12 50 tf Circassian and Bombazine i UEMEDY FOR THE PILES.

if tho bill i 41 IS ('x per'h'd th.it_it will break Hon. and Kev. Thomas Plunkett, Lean Ut'a.. JOHN A. ;RAIGotFershiprot'cssinualc Black bilk! Velvet, The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which ho i
er '
IOyt. nn he State of the siege n should iJown, in the gift of the Crown, including a vices to the citizens of Tallahassee: and vicinity. Black Siutin faced Flo entire v' s:ins, &e. &a i does wilh the fullest confidence) one of the most vnlu-

The Ministerof Marine : his -'ills office &c. R.HALSEY able remedies known for this troableaome and painful
io'ster .J and tilt"rb district of :*ix paiishes: -bless capacious is cm Clinton-str. where ho always
may
of Tallahassee t".omplainL'ithoat going into detail, he deem iteoough .
match 2d
Justice 1833.
be ,
have found, when absent businf 23tf.
already voted titnul benefice ol2b63 except on professional -
other. ae1au -(a lau.h-a; ) per >ss. to say, be baa in his possession the most undoubted

?? rtlkof than gcs are rife, but annum. Then comes Hannibal the Second ___ 31tf"p&JOTICE I 1\\1"EW DRUG & CHEMICAL STORE' testiuioLials that it baa_more completely answered
thing
ii po'it. The provmcialC0ntain The Hon. John Plunkett, an Assistant-li ar- ,-Doctor LIOKEL FLETCHER wishes to in- 1. -JOHN AI'LE1 tURh. M. D.l& Ca the porpose furjrbkh it is intended, than any

each pap"N the Crown form the public that he has resumed the practiceof Ii nfurm the inhabitants of Middle Florida, other popular medicine.
most 1600.
rister Meatb
ul'the of
Counts 0f1 1QAa of life and melancholv county medicine-his residence is seven miles west of Tallahassee that they expect by the next arrivals from This remedy is perfectly innocent ia its application,

verity of property Owing tn prosecujor-oh, oh and there will be business mar Muiry' Ferry on the Ockloclfuee river. New-York a large and general sortmen to all condition, agea and sexes. Fall direction,

18 about the late g ales. .l project of soon for him--/300 and another appointment MirchlSth 133. OGm of u..U drugs and medicines, and every other articl' description of the complaint, de. accompany each

the to be submitted to the chambers to /300-making a total of /i,700 a GEORGE- S.-HAWKINS- connected with that hue of business which they will packet, which egotists of ewe boxea. Ointment and

purpo e of and offer to the public on us accommodatuig terms and at Electuary. Price, $1 firths whole, or 50 cent if
een of elc.ium.obtaining a dowry for the year for tbia youthful patriot. Next came ATTORNEY{ counsellor at LAWMariann.; as low prices as medicines of similar quality have ever bat one of the article M wanted.
I The sum tO be aakpd Hannibal Third-the David Plun- January 6th 1831. 2rtCHARLES been obtained in the
be alnillio of "r the Hon. territory. 07 None are gtpoiane aiilea signed on the oataid* .

he so fi; cs. It is expected that *ctt, Prothonotary and Examiner of the Courtof E. SHERMAN'TTOaN&T.n} ..". We announce with pleasure that Dr. Tradewell"a! printed wrapper, bj the sole proprietor. K1UDEK,

l economical such an endeavor Pleas WILL Practice in the Courts of this District, and gentleman of fine talents! and first rate medical reading immediate icce* (* to tbe late'Dr. Il'. T. COBWAT.For ._
Common in Ireland 21,500
prove uniuccesCi'tmes' ; having Jackson County West Florida. His Office has been engaged for a few months,uDt.i1lhe practising isle at his Countt&g'[Room, o.er"No. 99 '

r her the Cb.mber aril besides putrouago to th f extent qr HlOO a is on Jefferson Strut, opposite that of the Rtgistei r. season, to superintend the establishment, which time street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also #yTbisapecial '

(f,tbcr Q.D bllSbQi6 .ell tilled coffer of year. Ag.un a fourth Hannibal start>* forth i in N. B. All instruments of writing, wilt be drawn- other competent assistance will be obtained.N. appointment, ny E. B PEHK1NS. ( .f'.
with the strictest attention to their leffal B. Our medicines will "' ,t
of atncU. accuracy be opened in Mr. Blafceslorga 'Tit11PG1I'f..- :
'ury o kluokett1 wfeo.
if o rc&a7 Tu.U liiacer_ Jtwa i, ''S ii+ building, corl8f lon 0 tf Ada?*trX 23tf TaUahals, 51arch 401b IL I



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A. JlSL subscriber l egs leave to inform his .1 I ted to them prcviouo to the first of January last, r"

EVERY SATURDAY MORNING AT : friends and the public ge nerally, that helms income forward immediately and discharge the sameas .

: Pour dollars in advance,-or Five in si\ months taken this establishment fr a term ; and It longer indulgence will not be given.K. '

hJADE e meets with such und S. selling off their suit stock low for
No paper 11 IP discontinued unless nt the option of P encouragement as he wishes to are ore
J. merit he will continue it. His table w ill be furnishtd cash, and produce, by retail and would sell the tnt 1c .. ,
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S :lie Editor, be.t rc nrrcares arc rail with the best the market can afford-und his exertionswill -by holesale on very liberal terms.Tallahassee. .

0 Advertisements will l he conspicuously inserted at sc be urn-emitted to render his guests as comfortable M arrived 183: :?. ABR4IT

'ntr-f\'e cents per square for the first insertion and as possible. ORKN: M \}tSE1. U lIU1I, flection tot ile'legatc to Congress, '

ApptlaehicolaJanuary 12th 1S33.: _211f. .1 will be held in the county of Leon, on the first .

.ifty cents for each subsequent continuance. All advertisement Regular Packet front St. Marks to .Vnc-Or/taiu. Monday in :May next, and polls will be opened at the '

s will be continued until forbid, unless other ReL THE new schr. Lady Washington, P. H. Swaim,. following! places and under the superintendence of thfollowing ? t.iJ:

wiseordered. ] mil,! sold wholesale and will ply bctwct-n thii and New-Orleans; ; persons, viz :

Frederick county, Jld. by C. llerslon,p as. a regular packet, during this season. M the house of Kerr and Sturges St. Mirks; hpectors Jc I

F The postage on all letters:ml communications to the concerned: in the (Patent with Dr. J udkuls.I For freight or passage, having elegant accnmmod.i -Robert Sturjres,Ambrose \J cane and J' \V. h lciui -;:i. '

: Editor ni'istu paid, or they will not receive atten Thti above Ointment is uri, ..cJ tu the public aa a lions, apply to the captain on board, or to E. SEIXAnrnohia. .It the Store of William Briggs ; Inspectors-Augustu A FULL supply of Liindrcths' superior

tion. I rate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, M : j'eenhir, 2fr.h! 1 ,3' I !'it r f > Jl.tonrr( lnr Macon ai.,. Jason Ininson.Jt hero and flower seeds just received and

-:. ___--- _-- -_ .- t same: of which have so long battled the skill of medical I the house of EUsha IFtns/oir ; Inspectors-ElishaWmslovi fresh ; hy E. B. PERKI"trJu
JOSEPHHA.; Robt' S. i'.urcloth and Daniel L. Richard March 3nh( 1 1833. s.
LfS'! el f letters nmaining in tin i\ t vf.il'I' .l science. LA1)IiI it ; .

/' on the Jb day of March! I 1831: ; if nottikei t 1st White Swellings every description.iM > n ciiv-i il by late \' I Sl'". I EDE VA\IUU1t, e ,

('Ut on or 1 bi f're tin- Srt'h( of June will be sent to L Sore Legs and Ukersof' long btandinr '(1"-Or/I UIIS. .It oe lIIarl ct-hol/se in the city of T.llahuxee ; In- j vs TTACIUIEiT i

::,. General Pos C'tflcc as d if.id leturs.Bcrirn 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly 30 bis. and half! b\IT.I Is mackl'rel0.. 1, 2 and 3. !\rclo's-ohlJ U. 1J"r cry, Ivile Blake awl liichud THOR EA TON. ." a

Smith )1'CatlVm. B. 3 those hardened: tumours I in women's breasts which oftentimes I I..i" casks butter rraekrrs, ll'iyward. fl.vKK notic-1hn I above suit has been }

I l III JohniJnwii M'Grifl; William terminate in ulcerated cancers.1th 50 I Us. w InSkpy, .// Hit tiuuve nf Salomon Waker; Inspectors-Tom JL ill a jU lI'es' com for the county of MO&t"ollUt._. 'C;

\' DousrlassDurns Milan, Mary B. I'elons, or what some people know by the name L t :i : >'. vy and Pilot Bread!, PeteCii.un i-, 'i In>m.is Mathers and Urcen I 1. Chairc made returnable to the nt'XL1: %y term of the ; 1n4 J

t M. B.B"0ih Myric' Jnhn T. of Catarrhs, of c,'ery description.r :10" Irish I P'tt.'t's, mlilSiK: hwi'e oj Jotui mill ; Inspectors : court of the southern judicial district of Fl,d*'''
Khi'umatic) Pains of the .1.1In.. I'.Lt IdiilI .ind IJuidy hit IliLr. interested
John P. :M'MillanJohn2Mnner i joints. 15 Kegs Gcisl.en Bum, persons therein are hereby request ti' l
J UUi.u. R. 1 1. William. 2 Gth Sprains niul Uruist-s IIf every description or in: :JO" and !"<-xosi Ix\cco, mil I! the! hoi'sr t J J 1'/111 Tatnm ; in1ucters-Jnhn Taum and appear at th" courtT :e in the city ,,f *! !

Rirh.trc John S. 2 M'linosh, Isnhtl'a: whatever palt situate. 7j sa'ks: Sell ( '-us, : .\ I 1r.th Oliver( iiiJ I Jrimt-s "axol on the Jirsf Moi.day! in May i.-rxt, to sowany KeJ'j

Chapman! Gil1cnn1'Cl'luu, Kichani 7th Tetters all kinds. In this com plaint, the pat !15 biui.'ii's' C"od I lay, .ill'.elwwie.J". U.vg J' /w-U1.; Imputors-IIcn. 'hey have why judgment ihould} not I *el1'

Cook, \\'nshinton; 1'l'DriJ.., David tient, iu applying the Ointment must keep the .">:> hl<. Ii"stnn No. I-heel ry t->. Muiijions; t''I"C'-L'' 1 l1cr' fceii. auti Ja..cs Ke.id'.i'k : ni;amst the said! Thomas F.astin. .

D.miH, Appollu% MitrhHl: i Green out of water :.i HI. '.,s Lin'q'I.salt j V.' M. T. ATKINS 'J

iKiPonlC'. I IJ.I 2 : i''i i1In. Catharine tfih Chilblain, or parts affected by frost. rf bc\h UaimsujiS ./t the stoie of Djrd and Pariifi ; Inspectors'\ illisliiiiiicy K.>v-Wm Mun-Fi -Win) 1 ='. C.r 3 r

Duncan I) Hiram NI"'I1., James M.JVlcet It is nl-i') one of tile best remedies for Hums and .- I Tied Apnl'1; ?, &r. &'? Ari'iur' iinniey .tud Liicueza* Folaomc. N OTiC) L.-i'Je HIJ '-rlbt'r

vy, Tliom.isD.nii. Bright Scalds It eases the pain and draws the tire out in a ;\J.I .ilM.! F.Jll llr\ ':;d I t n.J.l.LLi dt the iwiine ui John Havis ; Inspectors Reuben J. -ice. that she is. appoint h"r"hy d nd/ninfciVJi'\ **")' -,
short time. i .tallilillg'Iltiam I.i. i' nn *
; 1. Ta'.itha' M.ETirs l'atlUSoIllIlnmon the estate of Colin M'liue |lute "?' ,
William IViyihn-ss, James For Inriamed Women's Breasts and Glandular! ss : Oi- F I.( '1HJlt! CAM II.I .:It thehmuseof Thumai Ctarlund; Inspectors o cph dee-cased she therefore I ( J.'mrkl'ln'rOUN.';tc

EILI11lCI. David P, iei-son, Bail Swellings it is superior to any ir edicine yet known to I rff I r flf-Is.nviibcr r at his. new store, rnrii.-rof?( Jcf :' !o .t.", Ji'M-ph: Vv. ij.uin i-tirui .tiul ..otiii L. \') k'rs. iudibied LIt; the estate (f leepteMiall tJi ,! ptrOII, who',

Fair, THUS Rv'al Is, ZarlunisRussell ) : the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial 1 J3 s:.n and t Mina-.H"-i'H'f'i-, f>t'rN; for( sals '. the cr.j.. -Itt'ie Hotel of Juan .U'l" -n (M-gnUta) ; Inspec-; p.li'IM'flt.Wit. I\I.ut dehy 1 and I said, dtcl'lJ"fd'' .. 11\. II. ,

il\wO\\cn John of r.ay! prcpaitioii of that material: ,) Ix-cauM. it ioc> I i'- in irener.il, llta, d.nn'l' sst'rti.ult<.f "hi fn.l i\\ in, .Ott1 eurge: ilanue'u, joiiii .U'Ciuceu and lie-njamiu :: said e-sUMe to t\1':1'1l; tho.se .IIaflug' dail'll.In'ii

Fni' !1t's>c Rioe, William M. 2 not lay: ) the patient liable to injury from expose to l1allll'l' ;arT ir! ':; :It! rhc! iiu.'l i reilnci i j-ru-esfor cash, Viz:: Byrd they will be barred of them according to la 1f ,,

Gunu, John CJ.Grav Robinson) Nicholas cold. .It the house nf Sebastian Fi'itznum ; Inspectors-Li.-> : :2j\V GHAl'fY rtcr.lvtry.'i.

ThomasGU Ransom.Annisicad R. This Ointment has cured pores of many years stand I. DRYOODS.I itch f'leluher, John tiale and Asa .*iunsin. I 7v\'RAE. adm'trft tLln .

,: i ing. Wht'ie it t* impossible or impiudetit t., heal) I texternal : :3Uf D. :\\PRAK\, C. L. C. C. \ P"\LJ1.i--, ( _A.
}'son, .i;;ltlH s 'tC\\ art, Samuel ilh ; I; !: [ I\

4 Hawkins, \V. .. .cnnl;, M. W.Sia sore, in consequence of the bom of the becoming **.IJ"'t'n..t, IJn! \ Cir.'' n, I'i uk, and white! {Fl.| M ;>, 7 I rU L ItL.'xllk at.e-r ia.c! tttpli Mlion will: I ( >.co.'S. iiBURT.ATTACHMENT.. ,."4
it
Halidl1t111t; ; ItO'l'lt: B. ill i. MiryJ t-an increasethe us 01 rotten will stop) the progress canes I,: Kigurcd Silk, in vur;<-ty, li .sb Pnjib'n; Silk Velvet J., "1 'JG made I ti> I tin- honourable the court for the c ILIII I- : f IE dett-udm! alld all other ,;
the the offensive
ol
il.i.1), J.lm 2.! J>PI"IH\'h Crawford rmeil. quantity, and -ethe discharge, remove Cotton ut).,Tait.in; Pi.: ud, Furniture, Cili-i.. Stlptriil'htek ; : y .t' LiaiiMleii for '1''jtii.r-.of ailnnnist.-.uioi on tiie es- rj tie ahvc cases will take notice pl'rson intercsted.i

Huidy) Pal 1 ?'urt, u". ea puiu. Lasiino, :IJoMnrtan.l: : (thread La e>, h'i.IILiHcu. I iui- of Henryla.Jtl"lrn I I deceased ; I ill 1 boh.ilf of the thntsutthaabr '
nmenrCd and '
It the Felons ur'hitlowt attachment issued
fhrriO/lI'. 'ri i V. Siaw. loter.ckii'on{ cures of 48 hours.Rheumatisms worst. on an ajipliratiun I- :'1:1: Island Cotton thiriiM; '': I Plain a.d :f.-urtd:; I Jaro- ...Mrs and n tii'o/s, of the csute. D. RAJNKIjN said court. tjHO.VAR.NER' turnabre to ,:
I lluhbanl I lh A. G. iiI3rh I : t 133. AitV. ft'rfi'i 'i
i
tj i.ett, \\ allJ e.d.: \1 'siin. o.\awls, w..rked F L J4t w V.nrch
30th
vviiich: have stood becomea Capt} 1833.
Jones. ft nj;, 0.. T.1.ti, Si.is; sn long a< to : I ::11..1 lri's! ..;, hi.ttlki rrltit'', c: 11,".'t.', 4 ;i;: ha n s, \tui I- ,Uh..I.IIUI' iiz-j.i lumotm.-e _ ,_-_ 32UY: 't
teinalic disorder medicine betaken inwardly : J.\\ IIR1.N ;
to !2
9v> i leijunes ; I. rffllt-r. UU- raier -
Johnson, ,\I.I.H; Tayloi John,! !t''I ', Brm": I njI.UICI, Fr11I'1! l l"tI\\'n Lim'n, FlIrnilire' V ? 2:>(t Xi.quue )l mifio.; leiving title for tne lilt
!- a
them Ji.
Iti remove entirely. But in mo .t comnionrasos I candidate to represent Leon I aboui the firs: of June -th. "
B.Vfk nulebted
Jnid.in .1ItuHi Tormi, A. Vilaldillf se
: CPt.s! to
12t'a uid C in th xJ.t.
this Ointment dnecied : .II-'t! < unity < in : iUI.5tive eoui.cil.; '
Inrra; : ,, J..im.1Krrvv ; 'ry, lltiiry by applying externally a. : \\ Iii:" .'n'! 1:1.1 l: FI.uII"I l, N. :: n'/Itll"/ foc"t".l1I1: !: ; :JHti'ill : wiii pli-ase! make payment by that; tiiu.3Jif .-. ;4IIi
;s- :
will relief And in old wii.ivpnnn .1j l'ri ;
'" it give > ir.-tiiis of notc-d;
even people, IIe t andl'id; ff
< "I r '\ ::_"ii! Simpsonf I. I L ,. 'II ti.\.I..u"; ( hIIII:1": : .. .. : .('. iiI .I I".......* I'I. ..| I*"> \I AA lkrT1 i. ... ._ _ulouc1cd_ FREDERICK TOWU' :
nave oeen oi u win eae ine '
longer bianumg 'I..i:1 'IJlll \ .
1. .Ir,'J..fji i11 WooJbeiry, Colin 9Vster Ji\C1\U.\Lit L- -ILAS! DENiNI&ON) 1 '
L) \t nJ.I;t:,41 t \\ luliasWilliam pain.To HARDWARE. tt): the flu' lic inji HI! will stand i the ensiling seasmiiiiin I, vs > lit ilttachmext.
4HJUttilt sea captains and masters of vfl4 elthis ointment iKiiii on tin; I J.Mh of :Marcti and
,. \ lli"i1; ; ?, Henry to end the 15th LEMUEL BURROWS
3H.lValk.-r.: ..MmM \Viiht!. Wily must he very vulusble in winter on our coa; !t it beingvery ; A laixe itial ,. \-t\'c'* ,t'.sz.rnI.; : t ii': < r H.i-i.'nrt! Cit I I 11"-I .flliiC, -'l'.lI.ti.t"SI! t.. FTT1AKE notice tl.e above, ) suit has l !

alone, J. W.f87 "\Vilk., \\:Hiin' 'toaZciulcr certain in its ntleets on Chilblains. or parts Heeled sislmg; If !l'. )I\"VI', ::"d 1'"ri'r I 11 !h ::1'1'I'IOj i I 1 !!n> slaUm:i i i. >oC.U known throughout, the States Ji. in justice's court for the en cnmmeiKt :

Mn;'" IIits'fl :. I P.M with; frost it likewise preserve* Us (pja lilies in all climates 'cif-stlr', 1.1'', I I... i ', \1',1 ')t.:: !N, Mt.. -retli': ..f Ai ili.ttii.i, i."::.i:1' : nod .Miss:"sipl'i. and in this attachment made returnnble, county the of \tonroeai'the .
to
i tt-rs ::1w; : i r.i.rE, P. ,1- '.\ iIi \'Hl11rtl.'le, MStnti! II c>i'r:irpi-.ii' 11 .\ NF.S. T.! irit<.ry, as ." pit.-e. ::fnl[ ran: r, that RIl\rtlclIlJrdttail j of the of nf x! )hyte :.'.
rim- court the southern
--. A large mass of testimony proving the value of this If t ..// his i l"rjjrlll'III'I'.' is t not. deemed Ai supf judin.ileliitriai .
Floridn.! All
; ( most excellent mc-dicinc will be shewu those who) : BOOT&IiOE' tin! I I.l.t ni-cusMiry. jwrsons interested therein, areherebnTptrslrd
J'lt"J'-_TLn und.-rs- th to ; JiKtl.i'y-flub ra- -near thi- he
Nf : pionrittor of t city, ran for the, to be and at the co'n.t.hOHSP. .
appear in the'csof
i.II'm:11"1': : : the SmvjMinVe' :i s v\i further infoimation on applicaliou to lr Herr .\ larlll' -"loiul days 'ttr";, rlist.ttt Lug all his four \ .
: tm( Known as; srt.-n 'nt of 15ati-! competitors Key-West on the first
.! tons, or to of his authorized agents. J l lie first In ot. At th- I It :. JI t .Monday in May J nexr.
any '
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lilt ILl' : rianllt
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c.UISUdlr'IIIS ; infonns j puMiV I thH jh wjjl awl \ E W r.i's he also{ ran show if
: mon' -r q B: irnatl! cause, any they have
; ( why judgment
the Tire above medicine sold by special appointment ofthe 1 b 'tb' l"r the v.-t-oiiiJ' tLtysp.ii.<.>, aud distanced 51.01.
1)lc.u"t'j by iirM. 01 June to n'I'C'I'i .il'I'S, and aud warranted genuine.li 'r-.r"\J{"tL'_ "r.'f'fr"I.rf_ :. f'',.,. C..O..I.. ... 1-- ,.1. all competitors- not be entered according to I iw.U.R.n \t
; patentee '
vronusil ?" .mi in; ii mi
HM I cxi-riiou t i-aMj uiiM at Uic last
t theii H' ; ,
II'
will able ivory comfort. : B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST.Tallahassee. tlIl.ll.III I ,. :,, J.III! 11.i and Pnna'i! he li'ok the iirbt Citiincy racos : ETCHER, s. t. <(.
days without
IK tOTii-oimmoilMc fifty Cr sixty prisons dnrZ hoes, H.-,,/ inS, r. 1 pui.c contest. Kcy1'rst t. J.-'nnary: J Ic'th I I2.J3. 27, ,
.tt" Iti.s i
February 1831: 27tf. six
\\ the C..UHH--. __ years fIdIitt of the brst
v a'*on, on a Myle as :("tl as the conniryair.r.J. ---- stock in the U. ,
.. 1 !, h.n pivj-arnl'-i: pimp jn die spring; 'TOTHC ASTHMA'llC AND CONSUMPTIV- --1 r.:. 1 HATS AND CAPS: S l..t, It, bi tug sit ed by flit famous T imoloon one of theitui.Nt D i : l OULliTIJ.\--Th"and Nrrman ". turn u: i'rt-siun, J,- JI

.'lnrhtoniliicw I the \ratrr into tin! liathin: IIOIIPOS A eoiubr.iieil: .1 tiI juvi.utno colts of old Sir Archy, wos clssolvnl by mutual coi.sen::. .1..
; SCpI4'1i'i ffil HE most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases i inciffl the ,, th' tir'-t
; I
Mipcnnr .i t--orttn'lil( oi ind Ins Kim day of October I last. Those
!luit ran have: the s-lxuvcr Inn7l.oiuj.halh! ., v. as by u lie Itili:: hrt'll imported horse irhlebtfd to J .
or dint fa9 '
& Jid ]'UM'.i-, coiinniVom. a disianro ,.m tim: to civilized oci.t-the Consuml'/i"-IWIY ; most 1 liishiouablc I L1"S1: of A hij p. lUi i i i' a lil.ifd ba\',-upwards of 16 hands firm will ci m" t forward and close their arc-OI'5. r Sye";
M I
no generally )e aced to the least Alarming of disorders Ui.incv
uicet \lIt I .h.tpl\inlmf'llI ih all Je"c'l'i.'I' jl. ln-' .;ii, and unite s great; strength, with of form February ), TIJO.\IAS PRKS'l ON J, :
by ovcfl.n\inp: of th btauty t .
a *li/rhtl hut neglected cold eMinution it 2rll 1$
.i it / By aj>peaillut > ;and( action. TJ. > WILLIAM f>. JO> ES
i eras inintr.tl water can always be obtain il !li', ,
tina hundieJ niwi fifty thousand peri-onsdie annual- GROCERIES. Tti 213-n: \ "
mi10 WILLIAM
means of :ho to ensuretliR( NKKMAS.SPORTSMEN'S .
pump. F. L. .ROS-[ K. of the consumption. Mo:tofthe"e dreadful resuitsmay : ow ncr to p ly if the mare
p At'lii 'Clrh( I :.t 2jtwT' A lur v stock in ail ;i- fradnl)->:30 t.'n' .e.J'IJil.dt'rlwtill'; jij if paid within,: -'
: be l attributed to common cold$, and a negligent its variety.FLOUR. the NOTICE '
sciiNOii ; and : 1 I3, for "
single
ITICjl'III; I itap. Thu number .
iaut tot airmt 10 nues.iicliHusualIyfolioweJbv of man will be lin. '
ld he
1 John Baldwin J :-.qr., \\e h.ui'thisd.ty i :11'1 l ('" IM I i i.' _\\. i difficult!: breathing. prim I .all. races. as will be run at the next Q,

ir:I .uly ti\\0111. |'ti't ,!,'d to ii.
'Q\\ jug C4b 's an 'ST\v. no \ ,,it.t.- flits It "i- h'f: .! ,,'. !".ti Asthmatic atiacks. ai-o Lril1 on CUll '.JllIl'll\'e| t I 'if ty Barrels Mipcrior iiov.' \\. itcut flour terms vasttraete., foi mans hi etc. can be furnished on rcnsonit'lo ''CifpJi
distance
'9 white; witii! ri u MiYsji3nj! I-OHI amipntai! > ; -viiijitnms., One or two doliais exj-e-nded in the put: I prietorsvili at--inl if tin a io which the i pro
r.-.|\I oui 1 five old valued ALSO. requested. >>o responsibility will
yuu-N at L act L4I its '-r
l-jgnldJ. THOM.! .s BHOIt. \! "' CSCPJH doprm
UELFK'S
PILLS
ASTHMATIC CertitiiMic
K. I of thefull
.' aliery : : pedigree will be furnished. '
H. HULL Crockery nnd( Glass Ware For fun .11
and a bitlc:: :iilti'inioii to their limel adiniiiixtiutioii, will% ,I her particulars ste lilib
Tal1.1has, this 9th day nf Apnl: liS1: }. } or apply to tCll award -
...uHy]| eiiMirea mitigation:; of these (di-oide'is! and gen:: rr ware, Looking Gla-3 e-Salt, Ready ), J. II. Ramloii-h: } J. D.I vA ettcott jr. or John i.
YF.I4UT'T! ,
OF FI OI.IOA. I KON Cot NTT. I rily!! 'I'CI < Cu... 'i lie Pill-aie'aloan t i easy and ci- made Booth. March 2d Io3': <_>-,*

I .1e hereby cc.t-fv! that, ii.(- :ah)"*.: ii.iwlTlionv; "'' !i'ecu.-j! n-uu'dy! ;for the >.\ ii)hit.tuI.i J'ic" i-ilingnnd aceomiianyui' I clothing, stationary, &c. &c. urn ni7crnt_,oi' \\ 1C K, vA .A Sweepstake t
for
4 'Irov-.u arid R. B. Hull i\nx I for ih I JA.viKS AI'MLLLIN. / thrre years old colts, three
duly Asthma i
sworn by me. : the and CoinUiipSioii. For CUI'I i cCouahs. vs Attach. in L. -rH. heats
pu IMI.C a''uve lui htloM-d. i all.ihassee, o\ember loth l : S. C. entrance .1 000, "half' forfeit to be
I jsit't: :; iou : BALDWIN. difficulty; of Urcathing tigl'tnc.-s ai.d otllctur, I _h_ _. _. Id31. __ 31tl____ ICIl.RDLuYD, ) rr. Tall thasst'1' Cour>e, the 'rLts'.artcedin, run C1 I
i

1',i'. "h.nc CM ray- is taken,* up; by, A. Lai) ih rt. :3.t f I : ;of-icriKs l blood, the, Ac.dlCsllJl'zill Few cartes" can pain occur ill the of ide any, j'lnill of; t liiN"lass N E.GO ()D rfllliE JL ment di-feiidani Iu,s i issucil is hereby in the ab.ive notified case that returnable an attach! t-/ i I ixr'X'-annml three entries rnors-to list make to close a race the, the 4th coif: day tl) bet of:Jim :.

I I I ,'l'1IY give iiotin* to all uliun: U may ('III"C r of disord' r* in vv Inch the ;purchaser of Dr. Helfe': E. S. > ext term ,.' :this court aid the defendant and all I I'd the day before the races. Three entries aIru .:'

I t'jat' I hllI.ix|I weeks. Ir.'i.i the duiiiiertMi; aj- 1 I'il!!* Will not find a rich return f for their trifling f.xl' ndj ROBERTS & Co. iie-r jie-rsons jntcr.-stc
A tn tIll jud:eiif 1111- Ctlq.lIy coun of Ln <-.uuit\', i..i:I u tIPI: il-i" t : ...1.1Inut. Iron ..\\ -\ .rh. a lit:l., ,: ..a-i, to the declaration.' BALTZELL, This will l hc one of the most splendid sweepstai ; \
ye
1 )Icttti.t .adiiiiiiiMratiun!) on the1 c.-iaiu of \\ lIiall, icc whole boxes, :39 PilU 1 dollar, 'half boxes .tssIlrti.I' { Un :\ tl'} 1111 1>J" t.' vcr run for in the l nill'll States ; and will attracl

Chr.s >. deecas.tI. \\ iLL. Ji. NUTTALL.AMKS U Pius, OOriMit.s.j 'LWY-GOODS I..i K ri..LK.: -'l l I"i. coiinnodioiis, iinii '> tii k..o'1!: notice of gentlemen: who are fund of encouraging i Jtoi

4 April 'nn, 18:;;:; :HG\\' : To the Ladies !. ttr I ttaml:: ill the city 0"," '1 ullahoaMe( known as I the sports of the turf, in vt-ry part of the L.rjon. '.

/ L. P.\ White and sound Teeth both BOO fS-\SIji OE8 1'ianteis' !Hel.. II not di! |.o"id tiC p.e'viou* to tile THOMAS BROWN, Secrete* .lJJ<
4 lU'JJ1.\ J'J: IN"1) are .m ornament and i a I 1: of Octi-ber tiio Pt'/'f'l11lJu 2th13.
t'': VAL.MKR: under i It'e's.-ing.! Tin1 best for their ; proptnvvill: : l ht renifu on rtMsonlc - l HrirI.E..l
the is b 'I
JiruiU' P.II i :I I x-curity advantage to j liar]Jl .'AA C.1P& :. tei-fiis. TIHJ\tA -
't, "alJll'r ,co. \ Attachment.OS fnuiid m the use of the ; .'> I3i.i BALTZELL. Agent I f V he !!dtTS. i cd havinc establisk

vs. I liniTlSU sLYnSKl'TlC DENTIFRICE.Tliis UEAbY-3IAiE CLOTHING.( Rut-hies; x'tor. 1'Tf himself l at St. Marks as an aUi :i'nt'r and ca
; \\ CLI. E. nr: J'J::; authorized 11I1sion merehant, respectfullv
< IlT. J A 1: a MM ill .1-101 ta.ciit in'HARDWARE are to uiiuuuuce solicits: a portion:
elefinit To ti! Powdervih.
: little public
a
I* FHlHli drfciidan and all other very u-! ( 'I)1. JOSEPH .'. WIIITi. patrona.e ; and ..ssnreVtho.se w hit
tnt'
persons arc rrqutrcd i ei.'dicates tin in tin- a candida'i! to may .
; and him
the that
JL scurvy represent it shall
:MI ;'ikr n-niff" : dl,1t suit !its b< en roinU'iiccd! and jnms prevt-uts acciMiiul.iiion Fiolltl.l i m thu :':>d I 1'orti. S", be littirsr wih as well as duty, .J.J'i1
.. of Tarter which not only blackens butI'Mtsens -- endeavour to tori-it >
'I 1 Hi 'i.ihMi: i, -ticil in theb their :
approbation.
,
'ic.\t ,. .'rc'iurt, for Ji irerxou! vo ( (. ifiitin.iblc 1833.1 to the l hc teeth! and accelerates their d -eaJ' The rockcl'yuare and Glassware looking :. {'tl- AlilA.N.NA[ llUriiL.-Thcalx.veiM- Persons un.u-qnamted v.irh i;; Mm, arc respectMy- i

1.Viw ("(I. V. \CElL!! rt-uiity. Dentnlice: ; thus removes the prevailing causes of olFeusivc c c; .' l"eut C:,tliJllo.IITiCIII: 1 fonitrly under the. ferrt'tI to h.s; eit'IIIncy 0-. n.or Dural and ThOlJ ,: tlto'

1 : if'v.1 fur; : pi'rift! breath) pie-serves the healthiness .,nd t.lridllcsor glasses, etc. (:lc. ; :01', lflit fl.1itflitj of Co!. Maiell., is now I M. Lriidtoio esquire, at Talblas-c'c and to Dr. Vt .'

P.lA ;i.U'---'J'm'"u -r .'" r jua'ls hii.set': : i the JTU.S and renders the teeth beautifully white. Together ".j.ui! for the accommodation ,,f tIe don, hl'iI.PClint.,
pUl.lie FRANCIS
; \v jt oh. I'\\
.4, ( &'OIi' to inform: ; .lie: people of T\lahass: -e Prifi 50 centi. many .rnVIwind! they oT-i! nu the .\e lltct IT..III\ ,Clticut of 2tlrs. UL\lA.N. : rAll IllTLG.rst a.
'hai \h. lor s JI k 1.11, thc IIlOSl nonabk. ariKtsrnr: to him to be It :,,
: )' 'Miizn' i fe.nt,s for '.1-h Jtuiitary: 'i ,11 ,' sold, will be
I
irojnv..s ir e-l in ( .u :I3.
r a >ss ; BIT \.nfi unless or "t 10prol'rc free
!ppiima.isl'ip: are genuine signed the outside of charge ,
on 233in I umii ,
vnioli! .1 ;.: l it, at ihcir lit:-.V v.crc! : )y ; Ictt" addrisscj ,bin
con < m Aloi.roi- to i
u iji Yui ,
\
I o on sd.iy 2jii!. iii SI eel Tal-I "f'l: f )
"tinl: at this printed \HaPJ.lerhy the sole proprietor, T. KIDDKR.: 1 l.ib.isvc. ti : 'l Uw HIP.-The 'luirill his
;, place. li tV, Is suJscri. services as nuctioiu-or in of
< \ sured from; tin1 2 lit arty a
her pan
ui \1.'t of attended
cess \\ : ne J/- ant General promptly to.
4 :
< met wit1t' 1'C adopting it us his For ae! at his) Room No .Ji.LetC, to di.x Saillt- &t
I prof'sooI"m.1 the Counting over JW. Court E'V"1'Ollc of his ian.s: i ill Florida, is lark$, March 23d lb'33.: 315.
readj
the 'cc public begins: to ajijinciaic tieet iibur Concert tutu Boston and also; by his special toneciveproposals! t fr the purchase of ? ..
'v-,
ritXJij.;
!fir *:...!. .tntiro$ nn\vl and much approved of I I appointment, by L. B. PK11KJNS, (No 2) I.N qiJiNCY. not i.-s I than one s-ction: of the general's tmHl atty l""f f Ttrrilcl'I of l 'ida.lUidJle Disitid, Gadsdt7\ C (
sya5e.ii. :lip
: sAtfcfii-d( til;"t a will nct the apro. 1-n.i. AUi 5UUOuivs ill the Jail. 25th 1833.
baiion of ihc ojt.Vfiis; f if \illalias-] who Drug gist. THK-i.ljM-ribt.-i! s .;,11st K-aii.vt-il Iron lallah.is.sre I il south \ CSt quarter of WILLIAM l> i'
>ee, \\ish 10 im Tallahassee, February24th 1831. Jflf ; to" iJ.ip, ,s served from sale.: TIlt" HARRISON, )
4 prove their jMiid-u'rilin-r : he win surc them that inr --. --- -- -- ..t ihcc'ijnrr .-tori"( f-rmcrly tic,- sale cas!, ; terms of vs In
Willie IIr one fouria in ', > Equity.
tllrl'c dar' .ipplintii thy ,may ietuiix a sufficient Tu tlio e afllicted with Corns. "Uj''i1 bj Ic.sr.I.. & 15. P. l''t'y' and opjioMtc .%lrs. III .\ \ .1! invaliuems! c sh, and the rcsidu RICHARD LLOYD. ) .,
knowl. .' -V : I llutis lon cs'ablishcd and satisfactorily secured I with in. .
f ( IIN BIt'VAN well ku '. hotel ,
system. ItEDDI G. '\ n trresl OM the appcnrir.s!: : to the satisfaction
'1 J--. II L I amount r.f cacti: instalment, J of the court,1 ii
celebrated Albion Corn front
Ap. : 1' .t:. Plaster atfordsinstantrelief A the d.lY the said
LARGS-3 of defendant
35tfjll T ND l.ITllis is not
: GKNKSTAPLE llAL toussiuof I land an inhabitant of this It
'
and at thctiaiiie} tune dissolves and draws tatI.thtassmt adjoining the city of rt It is ordered
iILEMUr'ALt.I I t the Corn out by the roots. withJut the least pain. W2J 1 f .i 'l.E'JCJ s II c'"matf'; and! i in cJtrence to locality;hcaJth,'fuJ1H' and ory.answer the that the sa.d: defendant, apt-

I JiE I i: CEHTJFICATI." TO thoue afflicted with Corns 1r'ihity and .1d.lptWII ot f soil to thc ,otherwise complainants bill, vviUiin! fvir mute
I. u' c"-u.r! takes this on JEY-(1L'4S' cultllre of the bill will be taken
opM.rtunity|' to inform I(lu'ir I fee:. I that 1 have used the Sugar, ant. olton, is U.llcquailcd oher pro cwfrssaand <
JL u eenify Albion Corn by further
.t ins CtKuni-Tb: ami the Which e in tU\\ tiship} oj 1.1I/(1 any ordered, that 1"
i public 'I1( :aU}t that hi j i Planter with 1'lllISli'o'\'S--Itt.t< la..IIIIJIi'cl.UlII'cSiUllif t it, thc l'crritt'ry' 01 Florida. o copy of this order be publi
complete success. Bcfoie 1 had used
{ in
Was rvjiiuved hisConfcrti-imry to (the house of\ one ( } elltltA.. and oil coUmrrd( e.ili.-m-s ROBE some auihonzed in
srs. 'V. newspaper this district
: |box : MM-KUUXE W I1n)
it cured Cum which ILLIA
,1 L. $ M. A Anuisiead near the Cauitol Square where} i i completely u had troubled me I CLOTHS AN II CA! ,1I'rTs-r: ?d\ ni.nlecl'iihin! Tall tliasstc: 1)tobi9th fS. we k lor four months. LESTER
C.
Marino It'32 &. M.
I |f lor make this fur the benefit ; 5tf inEqu?
:1' he keeps constantlyon hand the best of LIQUORS of t those many afflicted years. : public of :llavvl. awl liftnilKiri-hu-ts! sik: anil il.i do., KA-IIIOXA- LiThe Swlhtm Recorder, Georgiathe F.-bruary 2rt h33. 21 3

..,1. all.n.,_kii1lis-Il...;. ".. :.j..- various* !- '-Kinds" of roo Wine and Cordials_. I' withthuatpaofuleomplaint.Wilt. _4MAIV: i Bi.E. BONNETS f with. Llacl.. t>->tri'-J) fe.tthersand rid riIIIS >- I' ,.Tn..n.'h. :. Luqirirzr. Yi.g.nL, ; the CO11IPJiIL Tbin.tt'u _._ _.Rch# ... I SlliiiF\ ,_\vi \
unci .un, /xic- -- no )() I.'I' I wIth "" \ U I''' -
\ iriiiiinin
anuies, svvcdtnietats a. of HIfl"ltimorl'
;; ;;: 1'ickles, r Flushing, L.I. Feb. 28." : \aiirty othera.tirica too I 1.\ ; Rtpltblicr.n, Maryland the W- 'u"ATTACIIIE "
&c t: DiH'i'rcnt kinds of R<'li>hcs at all tunes, all of tedious ID iR'iim'rnlr.GROCERIES. "s"riilt Bill/lie!', Tl'llUl'SCt' will ; T.
PKICK,50 cents a box. insert thc abu\'c hdI
which he JOHNEDARDSJ
oflerstfl t
liberal ti'rnis. lie tenders his sin- I mrutseInent tia' tour \\'cks in !

cere thank* to his customere Amorally, for their liberal DR. RELF'S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEMALES. \C th.'il i iICCI.utnrnth office su'cs5jon, and forward Uldefendattt .s hereby notified, that striti""

favors the past 'cM--\nd hopes by unremitted I .-They purify the Blood quicken its circulation l.a5 alii 111 the r.., lIT inn-, ju. t r.-ceivul lI, I :1:: l'.IHEj! frp.1.ym'nt. been commln'.c by ccss of attachment,* ;
'flt \ AND
1'Icall Pj! t lurnable
mention to business, to mcrit a continuance of their assist the suspended operations of nature and area I m ad.lotl/.u to his olll: I.ld Ilall1s anti uties,su '- i (:Jf t. :Ulrks.-K.rranll OVI IOl\S reC'I\'cd u to the r.(; t MTCrior court of Gadsden

.4 patronage.. I IR. general remedy ibr the prevailing complaints among ". lit'- Jc':1f.lar'f. [ ifunflour ,1 I rout N. Y t\t"k Sturges have lately recev-; t y. F'Il."U\CI8 A. CASH, Pl'tfAn'J .
-; the fenial part society -The Pills are Charl..Hon and New-Orleans Q.UJIICYLitlrci! ; :
particularly and 23d
IC \\"EST. GOSlIENCHKisiANlIUTTTFR: .-av e on had 45..) sacks It\33. 311
July 10, IS3!. 47 tf efficacious in the Green Sickness. Palpitation of the I Best of H"11 rl'ls ground Liverpool salt : lo6 bar- 1

.:'I I P. S. R. ; Heart. Giddiness, Short Breath Sinking of the( Spirits fine quality i-m n cW, sp.-r.n e-an.uYx: St nperhnefl.iur : 50 ditto mess and prime pork : T oj flvridfl, L<& Court.
K. West has MiKkeioh )11:0(: exu'7 Superior
just rctvived very b.\I'III1
direct from herriMos ; }lttfllS sides The
I 0 ,
l.il'I'11I : hoshea .
,
i Dejt-cjinn and Disinclination to Exercue and Snciety appll'st i"i..h, ,;f Baltimore a large supply of the very hest qualitier of Married ladies will find the Pills! equally usefulexiccpt ( -- potatoes old cognac brandy, do. llolh I ;",nd, gij,, .)..lllui. J ditto II\nlas" : I 10 I'arrf's( pilot and navy bread sugar 20: : eOUlp 'ts {Jn fThornas

I LIQUORS AND CONFICTIONART.-His friends and the I I sfimisMeetaMi.rKirl tei"I, old ; I'nnllyI"II'II: t ,, 1 r'i'I"'s; rice : tjj; bags lta\'al1J1 : others
in case of when Mpc\ | :! cpfle 10 Drown 'Ciry. i iJ
beU'kon
they must not : and
,:\ loverd of gad and drinkinjr :: pregnancy b eta wh..:key 7 ,!d. r\ .lIHII..s [ '1'1"1'0 Loxessperm dtfcndants.
eating are invited to call ; neither must they be taken of hectic >tir i j.!Idl t.e< l.r; \ ,th av.i- : lClll1 oil : 2 ditto j linseed 'I > ),
by ditto to he
i and judne for themselves\ i }ci. 30i,h I 1832. 1 11 tfWO1 orcuasurntive haiiits. Priceo.l 50 box persons netyol f i-ther atichconstiin:,- arnn.pl. ,t.. Si.vri.ifiii! | '"V. twill." : an) ditto old mono-ahela 2 Hrf,PCa"f atltactJ'.IU i'lhc t'ouri|.
a ami) :: I whikcy is \ell 'aku li h.d ; dillu amI Etiza *
to
:
the luo
'I} lCK.-Ah ALSO -The celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache t.rt inhabitant ot auiiicx ; c.nm-) : S,. Croix and Orleans I '/... of the detndaimt
persons having lawful claims against ami is: \ iC I!Iy. i il\l:1I111! ;allli run : ).
9 estate of David Davidson deceased Pills which give immediate relief: without thu least The aiL. 'lIiJtmon ill : brandy and wine : 60 kr'gs his! territory, but In'c trssi\
highest i
are
requested prices will: be for assorted
i to tha Teeth. On JTHI-II con sue. M IZtT' : iron and S tates.
I to present them to the administrator who is injury trial this will be found one of OS. vn castings : which tfJcth'r
the best remedies known for HIDES, SKINS, rur.s, ANT.AI.L OTiii: rur\Tr.\ I'IOfH'1 E' a 'cncral asntnuut of It is therefre
) now ready to pjy ovcr a dividend agreeable to the this complaint. Price 50 ZlIId articles IiI thc decreed
&s- clry-ulIlls grocery
: ; line 'isasj
.
sets, which he has received. cents n box, JAAIKSC.KC'JLKS.: Iley oiler at moduatc dcfendnut. do
hi \VM. p'ic's.
KERR adm'tor. December I 8.12. "p"f'nr '
M t rr-:: Cotton hides
4' ; _April 20th 1833. 358w None is genuine unlf,s signed on the outside printed ; J5lf pril"t.'s. and produce will bc taken atiij't fi led S IIn Ill' before the ..- :'

4 .;:, NJ l ICK.-As the subscriber will shortly leave UK- ,.immediate i wiapper successor by the to sole tha propneton.late DrV.T.. T.KIDDLU-Conway, Storage tjr Commission BussincssT I i 1 .r OTICE :U, jt. 1in yrd has disposed of his 331f ters : ;"ecJ he taken"ijuniuiioayinjuin.z pro to'liftst", and that the*

all persons indebted to him are invited to For l sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Cour. of ol14ls, and being desirous t! bring h's} stock order be published in sonic accordir.iy : Provided, ..

Call and settle their accounts, and those having demands street, near Concert Hull, Boston, and also by his special \ Sff"lilc.aubscrihcrs III a srccdy close, ft'1uests all persons indebted Lusiness teel in thi .hstri..t once n week authorized ne\\spaper,1f ".
will! please to there w. l') call and settle their to Ilim Jan. fil' fbtir mont s.
t present accounts without appoiiitmeut, by (No 5.) respective debts 26. 1833.: 234m. ThOMAS RANDM'rilE IJ.1"
I delay. JOHN BALDWIN. EB.. PERKINS. :md hopes tizatall concerned win inmedinteIy,

April 26th 1833. 35tfiitFQIl DI ugLitt. ro this notice. lIe has left on hand pay promptattentioll WELL KNOWN HORSE.I .
I a few
Tallahassee. March 17 arc now erecting a large and I steel S\W cotton of Blounts'
1831. 30tf JL gins which will
E\V.YORK.-Trle brig LA. commodious Ware-House, with a Patent Cotton ,'ollsi nment. be sold low to close JOHN HENRY
tti A and Schr. WILLIAM HEN J. G. & N. 11AML1N Press for the -uiposeofackingcntton : .
I and skins 32tf ..
k daily expected from New.York. jus: received from iNtw-Urlcans andoffer compressing (jttofl for shipment it will be in ano I E. s. ROBER of stand this season at my stable in the r'

1 -t cargo are promissarily en- HAVE tion in a short time. They are now ready 'JS. & CO. i. iTelt )1)3tI.amnna. M. Florida, and will red
to ) $ !
I chase Cotton I UNUI'ACTURER8 season ; 825 insurance t>
11:1: and will hue immediate 5U IJbls. old whiskey, or make liberal advances on Cotton of payable
*
they Forreignt PLJlIN janul1ty *
gagcd dispatch. f red with them for 8o- TIN 1NDJJlPPJlJv"NED next, or when the mare is i ;
of ( bales of cotton or IOU Fine Kentucky bagging, shipment to any port in the U. S. 4. WJlRE. the partedto
{ a ew pa o-e, apply to1f Their for A. AND will at aU times have groom ; n company of six be
will
frJ101ia, ApriI20th35tf J. 4N.. HAMLEN.THE 100 Coils bale rope, charge storage is 25 cents a bale by the sea a to on hand a general asSortmerit -. at the price of '5. mares .
50 Bbls. new flour, ,. son, which they do not exact if they become the supply country merchants and wholesale mares leftYitk Every attention will be r
dealers
z$ chasers. have put on the most the horse, but no I
They favourable
UNION BANK.- The Boob are open fi 10 Hhds. Bacon, a number offirst rate vessels with terms ; together cidents. responaibllity
en a
to the clock of, this institution inpursuance 20 Sacks coffee, gaged to freight for them to New Orleans, New York general assortmcnt of block-tm brittannia and DutriptiMa.-John

t.j of the *ct of the legislative council In 50 Bbls. Rum, and Charleston, and they will engage to carry reight i. futer-wares 24tf at their store in &fonroe-st. rallahaasee.} feet 2) inches Henry is a deep red sor1 ,.

t Tallahassee eighteen hundred shares hare already 200 Sacks Salt, to those places as low as any vessel in the trade foot wljjt. high, with a small star, his Of
He
iJ been subscribed for. April BOth 1833. 35tf *5 Boxe tobacco, and no charge will be made for lightering of CottO BLOUNT'S STEEL SAW si is of the first figure, good acU'se
COTTON
if }I. 01l'i8. a great sharq of '
r- 10 Kegs do. I shipped by them. J. G. & N. HAMLEN. Subscriber his activity and rnusculaP't'in .

I jrgOCTOR W.,F TAYLOR, tenders hit pr. Maguolina, November 6th 1832. : Magnolia; Oct. 9, 1832. 8U 'THE has an assortment horse 0.form the first are combined all the escenuals O ","
best order.Pedigrse.John .
jP yjEonal eenrice.to the citizen of Tallahassee,and Stell Saw Cotton Gins _.

itt the vtfeinuy.' Hii *fficc. two doon e&att/f the Planter's _LANK BILLS UK LADING-Neatlyprimed 2"OO BUSHELS of ground ,lum salt for- 1 sizes f25, from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be sold ,at assorted$2 and hI Henry W:1S sired by old M11'
.sale low i if per saw on a Credit by old airA
11. .. i ai f aqd kept for,MQ! at this Ofooe. applied for itp until the first day of Janua. thy" dam byoldFotoincbi .
M&&oolia ryneit tQ dam
i April 13tl t O9d by 31d
11 It 4tf O. & N,'=iN 'M8iI1olia. responajWe Purchasers. aIlitan. and ia 7year 014. this J 11'
May 22 '-
1832.
4hf BENJ .I J PITTb1po
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