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

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net, hall be, and the same is hereby repealed .
B- .
!111' Provided, That nothing herein contained shall

be so construed! as to-prevent the passage,
prior ot subsequent to the said thirtieth day
---: of June, one thousand eight hundred and for

"LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." tv-two, of any act or acts, from time to time,.

that may be necessary to detect. prevent, of

mrmQ aL:: Q A1 tUAgSU) i mA1t aio YzLiry. 1\D\ i punish evasion* ot the duties on imporU in>
...-- -- -- posed by law, nor to prevent the passage of .

AOTHOKITYJor L PUBLIC N c. :)8.] I IAN northeastern district ; and it shall be the duty entitled .. The Documentary History of the any act, prior to the thirtieth day_of June one
BY thousand hundred and forty-two in tho
eight ,
[ ACT to authorise the President of the i of the Register at Mount Salus, under instructions American Revolution," to be printed in oclnvo
AT TilE I either of'excess of
TilE UNITED STATES PASSED U. S. to exchange certain lands belonging from the Commissioner of the General or folio, as may be agreed upon : Provided, contingency or deficiency
Ics the rates of duties articles .
TwLTy.8ECONDCONGRES reAenue, altering on
!ICO\D: SESSION OF TilE to the Navy Yard at Bryoklyn, for other Land office, to transfer all such books That the rate of expense shall not exceed the which, by the aforesaid act of fourteenth
lands contiguous thereto.Be maps, records, field notes, and plats, or tran- actual cost per volume of the Diplomatic Correspondence -
ot thousand hundred
iPGBLIC day and
-- July, one eight
-.- [ No. 34.) it enacted by the Senate and House of scrips thereof relating to the surveys of the now printing, or heretofore printed thirty-two subject to'a less rate of
for the construction of a road from Representatives of the U. S. of America in public lands in Monroe and Lowndes coun- under the direction of the Secretary of nre duty
vC T than centum ad valorem, in such
river to William Strong's, Con rcss assembled, That the President of ties, to the Register of the northeastern dis- State ; tho same to be distributed and disposedof twenty per
\hssis5lppi exceed that and
manner not to rate
) as so as
the the St. Francis river in U. Territory! of the United States be, and he is hereby author trict, as may be necessary to enable him to in the manner provide by the joint resolution to adjust the revenue to either, of the *aicontingencies
on ised to eiecute a conveyance to the corpora- comply with the provisions of this act. of the 10th July, one thousand eight hun '
.\tkHnsas. by the Senate and House oft tion of the village of Brooklyn in the State Sec. 4. And: be it further enacted, That so dred aud thirty-two, for the distribution and Approved March 2 1833.
;Jentatives of the United States of AriCa of Now York, of the interest: of the United much of the land ceded to the United States, disposal of Gales and Seaton's collection of -, ,
t : That the sum the said of the twenty-seventh of American State Papers.Approved ,
CongreSs assembled, States in certain lands forming a part of the by treaty PUBLIC No. 19.)
ill be and the eighteen hundred and hirty, us is :March 2, 1S33. .
hundred thousand dollars navy yard at said village of Brooklyn, and designated September AN ACT making appropriations for the Jg,.
'I Tt-; hereby appropriated, out of any mon- in a petition from said corporation to situated south ot the dividing line between [PUBLIC No. 18.] j.,"" di'D department for the yeai one thousand
the treasury dot otherwise appropriated Congress, on condition that said corporation I townships seven and eight, be attached to, AN ACT to modify the act ot the fourteenth e'ght hundred and thirty-three.
Y III the purpose of enabling the President of convey a good title to the United States: of I anu constitute a part of, the Augusta land dis- ot July, one thousand eight hundred and Fe it enacted by the Senate and House of

, r Uted States to cause to be permam ntly, such other property contiguous to said yard, trict.Sec. thirty-two, and all other acts imposing dutieson Rer'sentativcs ot the United States of Amer
;, usrructed e a rod in the Temtorjr of Arkan- and obtain releases to the United Mutes: of ; 5. And be it further enacted, That, impQrts. ir a'a Congress; assembled, That the following

l, fan a point upposite to Memphis, to the certain parts of said: yard 'now in controversy, for the disposal ot'th uu..::>:i I". lands in the northeastern Be it e mcted by the Senate and House of stfli4 be;-and thcy are-hereby appropriated tGti'J
{ UU of William Strong, on the St Francis so that in hi l opinion, the conveyances from and noitl \'. l'--tt'I j '. itsa land oiiice : Rhpresent-itives of the United States of America ;; out of any money in the Treasury not
.Ur. or towards such other point on the same I II said corporation shall be equally benelicial to shall be establi-iu'u: w iu.'I' u such convenient : in Congress assembled, That, from and otherwise: appropriated for the Indian depart( .
tlt' engineer appointed to report thereupon the United States as the pruperlY granted to place us t.i'-et;a :ii oi U c. lilted States I after the thirty-first. day of December one ment for the year one thousand eight hunrired;]
ijy recommend, for the p urpo.,o of establishff' -! said corporation. may duiij.'naf i and, .or fit :a ji dld offices, thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, in ail! and thirty-three, viz :
communication from the point Approved March 2,1833.PUBLIC a Hegi..hr and ive eivirh..l. oe appointed by .where duties
,ff' a constant cases arc imposed on foreign imports For the salary of the commissioner of IB*
bLve n'mied, towards Little Rock, in the slid: the Pre-iU-.ui, :.ud t b. aim with the advice and by the act of the fonrteenth day of July dian affairs, three thousand dollars. \
Provided, That the said sum be No 39. coitec.a ut ir.u svridiu, who .hall sovciullygive : thousand hundred
[ nll.y ; [ ] one eight and thirty-two, For tbe pay of the superintendent of Ii di.
xi'euj-d: under the direction of such military AN ACT for the more perfect defence or the Okd ,dl :'.-<:.Hny, acro-umg to law, becre entitled .An act to alter and amend the several an affairs at St. Louis, and the seeral I.iuna
the President may appoint : And Frontiers. o trij:' on ''1>* Utitje- of their respective "
'r.U4 I arts duties
? imposing
1l, incir a on imports, or by agents, as! established by law, twenty-six thotv
r"\l t'd .do' That no part ol the said SUm of Be it enacted by the Senate and House of oift.v L l.o'y suali re,-eiirt; the >amu com- any other ac', shall exceed twenty per cent. sand dollars.

;.'::' :" niii he fcXj. ndcd until a careful surrc Representatives of the United State ef A- I jpe,i-'ttion. ,it-.es, and emrluments, und sa u on the vulue thereof, one tenth part of such For the pay of sub-agents, as established
Id estimate shall have been inside: of tho mcricaJn Congress assembled, That in lieu peifoi., ;.1 .-tIilt.r duties anJ possess the s.uneporter ; excels shall be deducted ; from and after the by law seventeen thousand dollars.

(\'.t uf uV road by a competent engineer, and of the battalion mounted rangers w authorised -, .'.ith all otht-r Kt-gitera and H.t-t"I.- ihhty-tirst day of December, one thousand For presents to Indians, as authorised ,,.,
i ,tAt tb said survey and estimate >hall havefl.O by the art of June, one thousand eight hundred ers of puniic moneva o. the United otates( ; iglu hundred and thirty-seven: another tenth the act of one thousand eight hundred and two,'
: pe\tou: ?I.\ submitted! to, and approvedccrtaryof and thirty-two, there be a regiment of and :shall in ,ill respects, governed by the part thereof shall: be deducted ; from and after Oftceri thousand dollars.

t b', tile, :> ( War, and the President dragoons, to he composed and organised as laws of the L muted states: prouuirig lot tnt the thuty-firstdny. of December, one thousand For the pay of Indian interpreters and trans
I the United States.: follows, to wit : one colonel, ono lieutenant sale of public ramls. eIght eunUr :d und thirty-nine, another tenth lators employe/ the several suporintende
\I'prmt.'d, Match :2, 1333.: I colonel major j one ser- Sec. 6. Add bo it further enict--d, 1'ruit so thereof halt: \ be deducted and from
one p.rt and thousand
: .. __ \ : quartermaster; ,.. ,. ; des. and agencies, twenty dollars.
'.)r:: and two cni'M {.lOt' wno much of the t.dwards\ille!:: land district a. lie.ncrth .- ut'i'-r the tiurh-first of Deccmb-r
Ll'I.BLlC.'U.: iJ'J :,)jeant buglers, adjutant, day one For the pay of gunsmith.', and their nssig.
LN VCT prolonging; the vecond session of"the shall be a lieutenant, are sorjeant-major, one and northwest ol the Iiliiui- river, ;)e- thousand eight hundred and ti>rty-one, one half hilts employed within the several duperinlen
fifth Legislative Council of the Terntolie chi musician: and ten companies' ; euu company tween said! river and the >li ,:'Io-o-ipPI: : be, and of the reMdue of such execssha.l be n 0\ Michigav. to consot of ono fMpt.un, one first lieu- the same is hereto: attached to tne Qnuu-y ; and .rom ;and after th; thirtieth day of and the orders of the War Department, sii
H enacted by the Senate; an-l House of ten in/, and l one second lieutenant, exclusiveof land district, m the State ot lllino : m.j that .1 1111*', one triousand right hundred und fort) teen thousand dollars.
I Icproentatives of the United States ot A- the lieutenant wlv> is to ue the uljutant of ranges ono and l.\o west of in': ttur-i principal I wo, ihtt Ittu.r !hilt thereof'shall be deducted.Sec. For iron. steel I, coal, and other expenses,
r "nrain Congre-s assembled.! That the Lois4auvc I Il the regiment ; four Sfijea'nt.s, one of whom menm-in, embracing all township-s ron; tilt :: i, And bo it further enacted i'h.it s.> attending the gunsmiths' and blacksmiths
*l Council: of the iemtory OL Mi higan shall act a.. quurtermu-ter-serjeanl to the company base line to the southern boundary; ol'th: Sanj- much of tile secondection; of the act of the shops, rive thousand: dollars.
rI. ow in sesMon, be, a tl I is hereby authorized lour corporals, tuo buglers, one iarrier in.on land district ue. and the amu is ti..re-; fourteenth uf! July afoiesaul. a Iws the rat; For expenses of transportation and distri
) c >';linu IN present M-SSIOU; Unity days: beth and blacks.mth; and sixty prate attached to the Vandaiia land di.-tru; in >,aii. of hum)' on ail milled and lulled cloth, known buti-u of Indian annuities, nine thousand five
r.jt/,1, tune now tined.. :,y law. Sec 2. And be it further enacted, That Slate. The saiu transfer to be ellVcteu under oyh' name ot'plains: kur.-eys, or kendal cotton hundred: dollars.
I. cr. 2. And be it further enacted, That for tht officers', noncommissioned! officers, mu-i- he direction of the Secretary of the Lreasiiry. -;, oi whicn wool is the only material, th> 1'-or xpenses provisions for Indians; at

,. 'npu-c} oi deirakiii"; the incidental o.xprn- ciall', and privates, when mounted: be entitled i v ii-,". henf not exceed thilt\ -the cent ihe distribution annuities, while on visits
",, tor pjynii, the ineaiuers! ot said, Le to tbo ame p.iy :and emoluments' as was allowed Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, that mihe .1 square ya 't. at five prr ci-ntum udv-iloreui, ol business with the different !superinterid
[I C'llnnl ior the auditionai time em- to dragoons during the war, and wheu I lands situated south of the distru t line, .huii be, und tee -arm; i hcn-by repealed.: and agents and when assembled on public
IiLd\ :; aluresatJ, the sum ol two thousand on t foot, the same pay; and emoluments as are and south ot' the dividing tine uct\\Cf.U to'.vn- \ rid thr :said artide shah nc- subject to the! odsiuejs, eleven thousand eight hundred dollar !
;; be. and is urr.*by .\ppNpi| I Itcil. out of nu.v alith\o".' to the officers: iioiK-ommis-ioned shipi twenty and twenty-otie. aol north of theme 'till:' liiity of frty: per contum, as i is provided ,;.
|ny moiuy 111 the treas'iry nut o'.hcrwiso i ap- oti cclS. musician.and pi' ivales of a regiment dividing town-hips eleven nd twelvo, and oy the. Sail ::soctij :section fur other manu c- t'or expenses of building houses for Indian
4 JUpnctlJ.: or infantry ; and that Ihe turner and biack- t\est of the line dividing ranges due und tin tuns' f \. uo, '.\ hic-h Apjroved Viatchi, 1333... s.uth; be allowed time a-ue pay and allowances wet! to the west boundary line cf the JMate I jUt s>,ii.e dcdijction-! arc prL-sc-iibcd by the the same, when required, in the several agencies
h --- I PUB.C,; JN- .'. ob. | I as are allowed to ,in artificer: of artillery. of Alabama, bbdil CUlJ: tltUII: u land distn t, lube tir.-t SeCtiOn 01: tins al t. two thousand dollars.

i.N: .i(: rIll iddliWIl; to, and in alteration of, See.: 3. And be it urltH-r enacted. That known and called tn Dem. polLi tiiitnct. 3cc. 3. And v>e it further enacted, Tint For contingencies of the Indian Department
Uuct entitled/ h .in u't vestiiijj) in tilt, CO'- the said legi.'iicnt 01 dragoons shall be liable Sec. b. And b4? it further enaned, that until! the ttJrht-l! day ;;f June, one thousand( twenty thousand dollars.
p7 jvir.ix.unof the city of \Va-fti.j: lor: all then I. to serve on horse or toot, as the President may the lands in the United<< Mates, in the counties eight nuticiied: and rly-two, the duties imposed For supplying the deficiency in the appro-
!l\s ul the ,\ t.ttLo.tGIL Canal Company"and .. direct ; shall be subject to the rulrs and mi- I of Green and Marengn, now subject to sate ny) exi.-tnig: Ia-.vs, tnoditicd by this act priation for the compensation of commissioners :-
y yJ lot other p rpJIci.ll :: l vies of war, bc .(;(' 'jited) In the same manner, in the Tu>caloo..u, cunavvba, and feami ;:te-. .' shall remain and continue tu n.' collected. and other expenses attending the adjustment :: -
it enacteu: by :hu iiemte and. liouso: of and with the same ItmildtiOi.s ; that the officers pheri's land di.-tncta, us cOluprt. hel.dcJ III the vrni from and alter the day last atoresaid, all ot boundaries under the Treaty of finite
:I lepresenutives oi the United St.itus 01 Amer- noncommissioned; office-is l musicians, farriers, above descnbi-d .Jiatnct : i'rovidi.d, '1 1tt: me duties upt'ij imports; shall be collected in ready I des Moris, contained in the act of twentieth

.u f.:,. :a iii Congress; as"e iibK-d, That the Secreta- .aid piivdies, shut! b', entitled to tue same piou.Mons land district ht-r .mutter u ttcd uy the tenth i.'ioney ; and :all credit. now allo.ved by law, May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty,
..t.c : j ui tho 'J'reasury here.>y authorised to pay I for wounds and disutilities:!, the same section o1 this lei, -ball ue bounded on i the in the p.-yment of duties, shall be, and hereby muki.ig. appropriations to carry into eifcct the
:' ; ut 'of any incneysin tie: $Treasury not othcrt provision-: widows and children, and the south by the line dividing 10n hps twenty-six are aboii-ned ; and such duties shall be laid said treaty five hundred and fourteen dollars

I appropriated, unlo the Mayor, Aldermen! ,'aute allowances an :ind toniin n council, ot the city of:Wa.shinsjc :- I aarc: allowed the other troops constitutingthe dividing rang<*< s six and. seven, und the unusin may l.e ner; ssary to an economical admmis- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
'r'III' tile sum ol one hundred anti til'ty thousand present mihtajy peace establishment. said di.-lrict now in urarktthill uo suujrci .ration of the Government ; and from and at- the t following sums being unexpended balances
1..! (-"Ja-" : to aid them ill fulJill.ng: thc objects and Sec. 4. Vnd bo it further enacted, That to entry ut the land oliiees at L iwlurdsviiie ler th<" day last aforesaid, the duties requited of former apropri.tion-| ->, be, and the same are
q leqjireinents oi an act entitled h An act vesLa : tho president of the United States be author- and Fortaynr.. us beictoioru, nntl: the lir:,i to be paid. by law on goods, wares, and iner- hereby re-appropriated to tho several objectsof
1"3S m the corporation of the city of Washngioa bed to carry into effect tins act, as soon as: he day of July next, and no longer ; nail from I (.hJUI1zehail be assessed upon the value tho originii appropriation, respectively, to
('toI ] all tho: rlghu of thu \\ ashlir ton canal: may deem It expedient, and to discharge: the and after the lust ihiy ot June IU'.M, Lit::: subject; ltl': cui at the port where the -ame shaH be be piid out ot any money in the Treasury not
to.-njuny, and I lor othi-r purposes ; app;eyed present baitpilion mounted rangers, 011 their to sale at the land oiiice lU the -.aid: fJ,.m'.jjo.is \ entered, under such regulations as may be olhervvise appropriated, x'z' : for the exchuugft'
May ttnrty-hrst, one thousand eight hundred being relieved by tho said regiment of dragoon land district : and u shall be (ho tiuly; oX't1i pi escribed: by law.Sec. ut land with the Indians, and for their removal

1 Mid tmrty-Uo Provided, That the i.iIIJ: mar }'- I :,. duty ol' the Uegi. ters at '1 ustalo'st. t an.1\\- -1. And be it further enacted, That, west ot the Mississippi: by act ot! twenty eighth
* aidcnzicii, and common council, relinquish 5eC. 5. And be it further enacted, That ba, and Saint:; Stephens, under iiistrucu;> m addition to the articles now exwmpl! by the May, one tuousand eight hundred and thirty
I. kli title to tile land vested m them by the bth the sum required to carry into eiiect the provisions from tne Commissioner ol the General j...and act ot the fourteenth ot July! on. thoiir>and two hundred and eighty dollars and six coins.
roW \\etlion of the act above named, and also, re- of this act<< is hereby appropiiatud, III I office, to transfer s-uch lUJt'5, lflIp.ree- eight hundred amid thirty-two, and the existing For uefray mg the expenses of un uxpc-daioa
linquish: all rights and privileges granted by addition (0 the appropiiatiuns, for l .e military ords, field notesund plat.-oj iranscii 'ti ihcieoi [la* *>, from the paymen of duties, the following fitted out, consisi.ng of the militia of L (. 'op*
1U\:i eighth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, establishment fur the year cue thousand: eight relating to tae surveys of uic public ijnds articles imported Irom and after the thirty-first gia and Florida, tor the suppression ol the aggressions .
; tidloUrLeeflthsectjons'. of said act : And pro-. t hundred and thiny-tcrce. hereby added to the said L/cmupoha 'land district I Ly of December, one thousand eight hundred : of the Indians on their frontiers,
l tl i ueu,'-.J'also : 'in i hat the rum herein grained shall 1rUsLle Ao. 40.J to the iiegisier ot the .bcmopolis laiiu and thirty three, and until the thirtieth day three thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine/

apu.ied. to pay: and extinguish any deut AN ACT to create sundry new land offices district. of June, one thousand eight hundred and for dollars and eighty :six cent .
UIItd, : ''lien has been, or may be contracted in the and to alter the boundaries:! of other land Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That t-I\\O, siidli also (be) admitted to entr) free t or carrying into etIect the Treaty with the
f; urchase eiher of the Washington city canal, offices of tbe United Mates.: there shall be a Register und Receiver uu,'om- !I trout duty, to wit : bleached and unbleached Winnebagoe, by act twenty-iifth; March
r in the ted tor the said laud district, with the .aine table linen linen : thouand eight hundred and thirty the
!i\ completion of the tame, und shallot Be it enacted by the Senate and House of linens, napkins, and linen one
be applicable to any other object or pur- Representatives of the United States of America compensation, Ices, aid emoluments who I\' canibricks: and worsted stulf goods, shawls, following sums, viz :
eJj.. ose until said debts be exbnguijiied.iscc. 'in Congress assembled That so much of shall perform all the duties usually performou! and v.tbt-r manufactures of :silk:: and worsted, .1- or payment of claims provided for by 4th
-a : 2. And bo i; further enacted, That I the lands ceded to the United States by the by Registers und Receivers appointed to td I inanutactures of silk, or of which silk shall article, one bundled and filly-eight dollars and
he conmiisbioner of tho sale ot the public lauds of'LIA ; I be material oi( cents.
!: the public buildings is treaties made and concluded with the Choctaw uerinlcnd the cu poncnt ('hier'value1 suveuty-two
eteby auihurised to cause all the open tribe of Indians, near Doak's Stand: on the United ::;tate:1.:: coimiig from this side of the Cape; of Good 1- or oxpuise of surveying the boundaries',
bJj rounds belougiog to the United States, which, eighteentu day of October, one thousand eight Sec. 1U. And be it further enacted, That Hope, GX'cpt5e\\lug -uk. .I nine hundred: and torty-five dollars and forty
n u the original plan of the city, were reserved hundred and twenty, and at Dancing Rabbit I ull that district country m the dlale. or In- Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That 1 six cent

, 'or puohc walks, lying )ct\\een the Maryland crehk, on the 1\\cilty-t>>c\'cuth du y'of September |. diana, lying west oi tue' imu dividing raiige.- from, and alter the said thirtieth day ot June, l' or earning into eriect the treaty of'twen.
-. ud reiiu \ and eight east oi ihu second principal thou.-and hundred and the Jut one thousand hundred and
if :) 'aUla'cnucs, to be enclosed one thousand eight bundled and tbin) us seven one eight forty two, ty-iuuth ) eigl.t
itii a -voouen fence and noith 01 tie line uividmg LoU shalL be ULUtue.'wtUl the Qttovvays
- and to Jay down the i$ situated north of the I hue dividing townships meiiuiuu, following uiticies to entry, tY. hippewas
ine, according: to such plan for the improve- nineteen and and west 01 the line dividing ships: twuiuy-iour und twenly-ii, snau turin a flee from duty, to wit : indigo, quicksilver: I and Pouawatutnies, ly act of h\t ut-titih
emit thereof as the President of the Limed seven ami eight, cost, be, and seuuruiu mud uisiiu-i ; and the luiiu oiiice tor ::sulphur: crude sail petrc, grind ta1lt s, rt fined : Jiarcb, one thousand eight hundrea and thirty
'tatl'S may approve, in grass, and interstct it the same ranges is hereby csta1J11Ihedmtu: a land district the sale und ui::pusai of uii the public lands msuid borax, emery, opium, tin in plates and sh els, : tor the expense surveying the buundaries',
& >y .unable paths and roads for the intercourse to be designated as the iiorth-vvesteiu dib'luct, shall LaCe und uertby u, entublished gum Arabic gum Senegal: lac dye, madder, I six h.mdred and seventeen dollars and tea
1 uti rtcreaiion. i'rovided, That there shall district. at Liupotie and lor said land Jthce,,u Re-, madder mot, nuts and berries used in dying. I cents.:!
; ot be more than three stn-els or roads across Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, '1 hat so I gistei und liectivxr; snau be uppuiiueu m like I saU'ron, tumeric, woad or pastel, aloes, aruuer-t f l' or carrying i ii.to effect a treaty with the
c same to connect the streets on the north much oi the laud ceded by the Choctaw tnueoi iiunner[ und be: subject: lo like ruiesaud ieu- ,' gri burgundy: pitch, cochineal: camomile j hoctaw Indians of eleventh October, one
M south sides of amid public grounds. luuidus, lo the Lulled; States, oy said treaty latiuu.j, and receive me suniu ..,biUI j lee und flowers, conauuer seed, cai>up, chalk, cocurus | thousand eight hundred and twenty, by act of
51fi ::)tc. 3. And be it further enact .d, That ,, 01 lie twentyseventh day of September, couipi.iisuiiwti lot their set vices: as is; UeltAa- uidicus horn plates: for ;luuteriis, ox horns, '| second March, one thousand eight hundredand
'Ie be paid out of any unupp.upnated mon- cue tnousunu cigui hundred und thirty, as is ted und piovided lot m other cases uy the olin j othtr horns und tips, India rubber mnauuf c- twenty-seven, the balance re-rppropriated
Brfyi Y >uiQe 1 rca ur)', tor the purposes of the siluateu we.st ot UK oasis meridian, and south section oi tins act ; und u shall be uu duly ot j' tuied 1'urJ.j'nlpl'r j bet FiCs, musk: nuts ot oil ;I thirtieth April, one thousand eight hundred
coud !:ectlOn l this act, the sum of live ol inc uividaig line between townships: nineteen the ;Secretary of the ncasury us: soon a::, it': kinds, oil oi ju.upur, unruunutuciuied rattans i and thirty, sixteen thousand and three dollars'
I on and dollars. is euu bu uone, lo cause tue ucccs>ary tract: and reeds, toitoisu shell, tin toil, shellac, vegetables -' forty-thrue cents.
: iioitu be and tho &amu
,1, uuu twenty, ,
--1 Approved larch 2, 1833. ulUchcd to toe Choctaw disttict, estabhsheuby books, plat, maps, und surveys' 01 the pUG!1c I used principally m dyiug and composing For defraying the expenses of holding a
I lands III aid c'lsliicl, to be liied m said onice : dyes, weld, und all articles employed treaty with the Cherokees: : for the purpose of
I l'LBLlC; No. 3S. uu act ut the seventh ol lila)', eighteen
N ACT i'rovideu, i i hat c resident may, wuencver, chit-dy tor dying, except ahum, copperas' : bichromate extinguishing their claim to as much land as
Citabhsmng a port oi entry and de- nuiiured and twenty-two. his the puuhc interest and the of ot chromate will be for a canal to connect the
wjr, at the village of Fall River in Mas- fcec. 3. And be u further enacted, That so in judgment potash, prussiute: potash, necessary
'" jachuseita, and discontinuing the ofiico much oi the lands ceded to the United Slates convttuiencu oi thu: people, require it, remove ot potash, and nit ale oi Itrud, aqua for- liighwassee and Cansaga with each other, by
*> Dlg'hton. at by said treaty ot the twenty-seventh of September :said oiiiou to more ceulrul and suitable place I lU, and tartaric acids. And all imports on act of second March, eno thousand eight hundred .
|dtt be It enacted the inlEt is sit m said district. which the first section of this act may operate and twenty-seven, the balances reappro-
by Senate and House of eighteen hundred and ), as
jjll epre2lcDta1ivei ot the United States ot Amera uated norm of the dividing line between townships Approved, March 2, Ib33._ __ and ail articles now admitted to entry from priated thirtieth April, one thousand eight hun
a Congress lU. a less rato of duty than twen- dred and thirty, two thousand four hundred
( assembled, That there seven aun eight, east ot the basis meridian .1'U.uLIC 41.J duty, or paying
OlL and Utter the first day of April next, be und south oi the uorth-western district, AjN: ACT luuiiiug provision for the publication ty per cuatum ad valorem, before the said thirtieth und tiity-nino dollars and nineteen cents.
i. tablished In the village of Fall Wver, near und the southern boundary ot the lands of the ot the ilucumeiitury iiisiory oi too American day 01 June, one thousand eight hundred Approved March: 2, 1633
,'., e fuouth of Taunt.on Great River, in Chickusaw tribe of Indians, shall l constitute a Revolution. and forty-two, from and after thdt day may be -
001 busetts, a port of entry and delivery. land distrc.t to be designated as the uorth-ea0- lie it enacted by the Senate and House oiitepr&ieLlalivea admitted to entry subject to'such duty, not exceeding AN ACT to establish a town at St. Marks, in

'J Sec 2. And be it further enacted, That the tern district: ; and the lands of the U. Statesin of the; United :Status:; of America twenty per centum ad valorem, as Florida.
fliet of the collector assembled That the Secretary shall be for law. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
of the customs in DighJ the counties of Monroe,aud Lowndc, now congress : : : provided by
Maszdchuseu$. shall, from and after the subject to sale m the Choctaw district shall, of State be, und he hereby is authorised to Sec. tie And be it further enacted, That so Representatives oi the Urn ed States of America '
si day of April next, beI diiC1)D n e nom and after the first day ot May next, bebubjecLto contract with Malluew ot. Ciuir Luke aniltvr much of the act of the fourteenth day of July in Congress assembled, That the ,PreX.
. j>pr"yetj March ?, u a wle at tiro land o&ce to the said ie&Of Fqxce1 Ujy uat liciUoQ oi a work ej- one thousand eigtu hundred;,J.Qd tbjrty two* M .dent% pf tho. U&ite4 : tate:* be, and be is *.
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of tho or the lifted tall notice for 1 others I would point out the weeping w 1tow. I notice In your ts ful paper a ',*
ltIiothtd to cause eo mucB public tions Lion's t gave of its and therefore was unprepared! the const 1]|I 146tS? Tt. *

,: Jand at qr near St. Marks in the Territory of owners viog.-Phl./ U. :so Gu. quences. After being shoved and jostled about I'I I Its long silk like bough droop not less p< n-, formed in Boston-we may hope; ihaterel I'

: Florida, as he may deem proper. to be laid off some time the real simon pures some of I sively than the eye-lids of some sleeping i>eau may be formed among; us in this city, u theo lOtll.1 I.

4.- : into town lots, not to contain more than one ST. PETERSBURG; .Jan. 30.-The Russian whoine insisted that she was a witch and others : ty. And when the air strs them what a d.:-- ;/ the society in question cannot be disput1'1)

; 4., a quarter of an acre each and into streets, avenue American Company, with a view of opening a the old boy, were so indignant at the imposition lictous motion waves among them-where is: AFRFINDTO IMPROVEMEBr t

.4: ?, and out lots, and public squa es, for commercial communication with North America and the insult presumed from the vile attempt the painter that ran impart such amotion to his I 'I B, ito:-. Y 1Jt.g trritfl JJ'tI111cn', ..inti-orleII <.

I the use sf the town ; and, whenever the sur- intend to found a colony upon Stuart's !to assure th ir color that they were proceeding canvass where the poet whose strains: have put.tht-pot-on.tlat-firt.at.11 I o'clock Socitt-A mee'"I

: fey of the same shall be completed it shall Island, situated in Norton Bny. All the Ku- to extremities, when the peace officers such music in them as that which lives in the 'IIf,n lhi3 Thursday Society afternoon will be held not anheir, at 4 Hall in Pink

t>e the duty of the surveyor for the Territory rite Isiands--have been restored by the govern- attending the establishment had to interpose weeping willow. Where throughout all the from Saccarappa, Mount Desert, No o'clock Town: ,Dele and-q,::

t" of Florida, to cause two plats thereof 10 be ment to the company, which is going to havea and rescue her. In this condition she works of nature is any object more beautiful principal citis along chore, will be present St,

nade out, on which the town and out lots shall convenient road made from Siberia to the was conducted to the watch house, but the than this.Ij1t&bit1i)1Af'. speerhfs may be expected. A contribution ..iJJI .
taken in aid f the I.
> for
up Society the
; respectively designated by progressive numbers sea of Ochtozk. spectacle she presented on entering must be =- j tribution of Darning Needles." grit

; one of which shall be transmitted, whh left to immagination as we shall not attemptto :

copy of the field note, to the Commis>joner DESTRUCTIVE SHELL.-(From the Salopian describe it. : To the Public.-I have just seen a puhita! i

:: cf the General Land Office, and the other to Journal.)-A most deadly 4. destructive wea- The lampblack and oil which had been regularly athiitha9 of General Call's in Which he is pleased to taI

th. KcgUterof{ the land office for the proper pon, one of such vast importance, that the laid on at the onset of her evenings '- freemen reference lo my public course, and"O 1I1a_
President projector expects it will wholly change the adventures had this time assumed :he SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 4. Q.
dittrtrt : Provided, That the may by sionally vvmlst! bitterly complying: of- the
adopt, if he shall approve, such plan as may, mode of Eutopean warfare, is in all probability -. forms )1 l streaks down her face, and by repeated -SQlntihi lobe- looked to.-It appears-by an arnemment "!I.. crcisfd: by voters to examine his conduct rigD, tosT1, e *

i \ have: been already reported' to thy General I by this time employed by the Miguelites.It wiping of her tears each eye was so far: relieved -| introduced byI r. Reynolds, and voted for hy and! insinuate s.ine thing against me. I J ft o
\ is 'a shell constructed EnglUhman Uvtjj. *
land office. by an diver of the jet blark which had originally General Call, publishtd in his circular, that he was In II I ways neld, and acted upon the principle fej
named Warner unknown to -
S8 And be it further enacted, That the a name not surrounded them, that some of the watchmen favour of :t luw to exclude all persons from voting w h., i Ilcac.ar.d
Mr. propriety required of me to j
&foie: aid town and out lots at said site, v ith, ? high personages during ihe last war. affected to bclieva she was something more were n'Jlli ible to pay taxes levied on property.-Guicral in< say IO "'
the exception of such of them as the President Warner has contrived an engine so tremendous than earthly. C.ill was of course opposed to any poor man voting j against my competitor. Public officers 1.1 \
that some tinguished individuls have refused who Ind is ar's'ocraliral public property (I) be disposed of by tleaccording ,t
HI. reserve for fortifications, *hall be After sitting a few minutes she became ; not property.-This an }peoi
ly :; to countenance thing so 'atal to hu- notion and is a of ,he of II ndi'4g; to ti.eir sense of what is due to the *
0jii ied for sale to the highest bidder, under any some what coiposed:: and then confidentially part system imptri en, .
the direction of the Register ana Receiver ol!. mnMife.!' It may he employed by sea as well informed th" officer who and what she was, ously" This matter requires explanation. 'tsG .n- I nmnity. Thry ar* not prizes lor gladiators. Cadid.iHs \

.. the land office, at such times and p'a- as land, and would seem capable of destroying wh' benevolentle withdraw her from the ;gaze: 'ral Call still hold to this principle.! -It may get him : too o'ifii' mistake their true relation totji If.

proper i in a few hours, the finest fleet that ever conducted her v-ies in Massachusetts, but not among the !freemen of: peoplt) : and consider tnemselves only interested-
ces as the President shall, by public proclamation of the watchmen; and kindly to -
designate for that purpose ; and til ploughed (the ocean. Used against shipping her rC: iJel1l'e- Florida. a {political contest, and sometimes conclude t>:j atp
it is tired like bullet. It adheresto -- the belong to them
the of tie point-blank a people and not ihey to Zn1I
lots renmnin: unsold at closing The question is frequently asked, why General Call peup
whatever it strikes, and exploding, the sub- I shall not i in.sinu.ite (General
Great Mortality.-The Spanish Redica- Call's q
haIl be to at pri\'a examjledcaliiiir
.4 public sales subject entry do'- rot resign his otfic.1 un.Icr the genfr.il $rnverniienl *
Pro Ided j'hnnu [ttance of which it i formed resolves itself into tor of this CitY contains the following extract UUI n-ttsure .ma vituperationUvct
l salt at thc proper land otlice ; ? lie i in a c-urlidatc for another offcc, and if he xi /
tU\\1110t :,hall be sJld:, for less thata tL\ellh! flame, which like i-he: Greek ft e, cannot be from the Caracas Gazette of 26th January expects th,' people to confide in him, no 011:10;: at once lam, or th ,se w .o cho! <*e in the exercise of :

less than at the necked by water, and which indeed, is believed Some of our readers need to be informed riiriils of freemen to discuss pretentions
v. dollars, nor any out lot for may ti> csign.-Hc cannot expect to hold his pres'n! oil ce my t to
I i rate of twenty-five: dollars per acre ; and they to be absolutely in extingl1i halle.i'he -hell I that aptire i i-? a department: of Venezuela, .ind should he be lectrd, and it would be but treating the lice.

shall i in every other re.-pect be sold' on the hi.snofuse ; and it explodes wijh a violent that: the "anton of ( nlaoozo i sitmted: some people with pro.H'r: respect In show that he i is their 1 feel; that it is due to my friends to say a r.-ort--

sami t-nns and conditions as: are pruv h J loi concussion, scattering death whatever any portion 300 lea ;ues South vyest of Caracas.Translation. I can liditc, th.it he dcpen-Jsiiot oneniiiie Dtl hut 011i or two in regtrd to his charges. The first : 1I 1Iii.

the Hii-jm-al: : of the other public !lands! ot the of it f.11filr/ if the least drop of the .-In (the Canton of t Calahozo, i diem. But says he, 1 may not be el cted, ti.e ob.tin tit I them it ntcessary; to notice, is a dark) iminlJitq lilnr

I United States. molten metal should tall on the hu-nan frame from which I h.ive: just anved, I )learned that s at'i rilt' .' rt.eu iln not iiku my toyaity: .U .;lIU t "' :IH.I -He has placed: in itahcks for special atteaiioi

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That it* vcriom i* sueh that death is cci taiti. .31:-. thin fever which' a year ago desolated the town firM.- will, therefore! ho.d on to wh.v I have got, <$ .i"'I that there are no Africans. held! to bondage .

iOUto offering the aforesaid town and Warner ottered to sell the invention to the of Montccal has flglIiI I m.-ulo: its appearancethere dtl atc \ I will!! stiuji my finders at the ,.eoj'Ie an i isiy about his place. To this i u.ldw'ully"
pre English government. They however, were :is I said once 1)' fore, "I take can rep!?'
lots at sale the PicsiJont of the and extended to all the other towns of can care oj my..df.11It if intended
out thai
( a lor inc there are none such ; .
not convinced of onruplantation.
so sutlieiently its importanceas
hull the value ot'any apuiei The ravages of the epidemic are extraordinary. ..
United Status cause is
with the I
I' reluctance
feel utmost we allude to a lady never ; or owned an Africin -
to justified in offering him vvjut he considered -
improvements) which may h.ive been made I an adequate reward tor the inanvyeaisof In every house there are or have in a p'.litical congest, but the ungenerous ;ind uiimanly : my liie. A friend of mine who has an inters 'OfII'..
I thereon to be ascertained! in sucn manner as been several personssick or dead: ;and III advanlajjp, that has be-n taken
atte IIpCIIl'' OP. of 1 T in planting with me purchased
toil and :tud> hich he has devoted t"> bring twenty-one o -!
individual! The
he mn)' prescribe For that purpose ; and the has come not an has been spared- Mrs White's absence from the country, i is, we tru>t,, brought into Savannah: ..
this awful invention to perfection. He :) cargo captured by a C& ,
few I)
who! have
purchaser at public: sale of any Jut upon which persons the means ()trcmovl1Ii a sufficient .1i"Il/gy.-It is known ih i. Mes.Vhic' ..
lumbian Privateer claimed!
seized the offered the by a
opportunity by present '!
ihere are j-uch improvements, other than the emigrate: to distant places, abandoning thl'i'rd'ellin iifalth Ins becnery delicate for several years. For the ue! '.
situation of. things in Portugal to m.'kc' kis experiments and decided by the :supre.ne court of the Uaitd
.J owner thereof, st.all in addition to.the sum! to cattle and cither property. Of the: last two years she has been under the cart of a nvsi \ !
in favour of the Coriatitutionliats Stales to belong to him. The iaws of
b* paid to the Ui.ite States, be, and hereby I : on poor who are sick, tho greater part die and I eminent physician. and at one: lime there ws hut li : Fortun-

is, required to pol)' to the owner of the improvements a grand: scale, that Ministers may see that he their bodies remain unburied, which increases tie hope of -covery.: .\ sei \'yle was pr' ser bci: did not prohibit the :slave trade, and the higher t'mof

the Value oi'- th'-m as thus a cerI is not a mere pretender. On going out he tho impurity ef the atmasphcrc.: fheeastrois dis hy Dr. Physic of PhilllJd.I1i.-1t! t was .mrMtie..I.icfir court in this country maintained tile Portugues'4
made known his object to Admiral Sarioiius, (111fleVhit.! ,. ,. title! WhiCh was sold for a valuable
'tainl'd ; and, if pu Silent thjclbr hal!! not be : effects aggravated by want of phy.-- to attend her, aniJ a \11'1 no -. : cousiJeratix
made the day on which the MIIW \vapurrhascd I !but was cooly) received. The Admiral wished cians, medicines: and subsistence. dauhcr;: ; .Mrs.: Hay, was goin:, to France, the op- It is nut true oat these Africans are held to 'ia "

: upon, the lot shall bo again uilctcd ;a ] \\jirnertolallin with his fleet, but il There is reason to fear that unless efficacious ]por;ulity c-f placing iu-r un-ier& :-nr piottction, \\ as lawful b-Hidjge," but whethor true or t false: I i
did not ncrurd ith lh' views ot{ the latter to embraced, and \lr:>. \Vutfvii! ; few months how
public sale on the next) day 01 sale, and such / remedies are resorted to, in order to put p-n. a nol see tiC insinuation is to ellecl: me. Tt
let arionus: luvv In- gruunI: and he therefore with her in the fau-.ily t.1{ Mars.i \'Y in I'ans, un I. General Call .
-is-on shall nut l be capable. oi becoming the a.stop to the disease, that province *o 1I111'0ri says: ihe act of the first leffislsu
p determined the himself her: health: : ,s rC "Jrol. I tlleiC ,extrlordinury
on :icl.klilg Lmperor tint to the wealth md of Venezuelaand -nytmn council was intended to and
of that or o; otner lot offered i strength permit, that Ue s*
purchaser any in all tins,-that a sick j.hotl.1' ...
and woman take
forthwith! him He
at a i t a
sought Oporto. was >
At t that pulihe! sac: :_ Provided, That, f f anv. I which rendered such heroic snrvicos during the l diere did in fact volt, under it. I dein bothtntaallegations !!
v >yagc.-Uuat; people to old tint :111
>e : K'
received JJon Pedro whom ou
graciously: Y ;
by ;
lot so offered and bid oil'on the last day oi : thr war of the revolutionary will in a f.r :bo l far as I am concerned, and ta
not to vot wife
he ; i man whose I:> ill a foreign cou- .tillS
hi.3'ics John .Vi iil-i lley .
the public sale rluli not be thus paid for, the explained though :Sir: I short tiniR by brought to total desolation.Ve ::. y-hec.m"c si> kucso ha compelled[ her to leave: he: of tile gentlemen who voted with me, \\e did I UK:
be eiiteiL'd! sale, Dojile, who acted as: interpreter. TlieEmperor I \ learn from the lcreurio that the Venezuelan bud .' intend lhat soldiers wldi
saiiit: ; way: at pnvate upon nilive is there any uiaulmias or gallantry iitnis any : woo enlisted flut llf tit
paying' lo the Unit'd 'tate.y the( tum? at Inch ; entered fully into the: uh} ct, :Approved : g-tvernmnnt has: sent to apure a physician ? hamc tsha.ite! terntoiy :>uould'ole, aid vvt: did not believe u:Itiioe >.. :
the of Mr. W. and consented .I'ate
; plans to -
it: was bid off: ami the previously aM'erlained: valuy thereof mike (trial of the shells which he had: bioughtout. vermicelli. 64 arobe of surrar, and $5,000 in As the people of Florida will! doubtless be anxious or properly exchuicd, btcauae they were in tie i

: And provided I iurthcr, That the Pre-iucnt It vvis arranged: that a I fort which it had cash for the relief; of the( inhabitants. to hrar the re'u t ol' the election lor: D'hi.t1l'as service of their I
} been co-.mry. s.::v: nut lae term Moi.--o
2d.t be not authorised: to olle- any' part of .said prc\should iotn.Iy! be attacked deemed: Mr.arner impossible to take soon as possible! it i is hoped that tie: kost tbs- zeus of tile LniieJ: Mites wint. may be re.MUta:: f:

town Inis f for >:ale, till hI shall be atisied( that stipulating Cmmrulrum.Yil'; are Printers bill's like tcrs generally will send us the state ol' the polls! in .er&' exclude* t..e soldierI sar'1'llcJ p
I. the site proposed fur said town 1 is: not iixlntle.l that: he should be allowed to use his OWl' means I faith. Becajse: they; are tne substencc of their respective precincts or counties. This vvili council,, and produced* 0 III W h:aa
his will thu ( I u-ierences tommierotttCi*
within the I limits i of any' conllietn g >'i|>nui The result remains to be proviiig ii-y( not vole. General C.i
4 title, which may not be rel.'a>cd, or decide to :>een.TRIKSTC not sl'en-Lynn wuk1J.Uess.! two or three weeks. says some ot them Jillo He.: :' I aml..t'V confjtlt1t:

I be invalid.Approved. f : Feb. 4.-Navigation and I did uoi, a III 1 Can: pove It by lue J1fJ1>l.fi
:31 arch 2, 133.illb ; rOIl1UlL''t. \ letter from !Matunzin.! to the Editon of the The friends of Col. White will recollect that
..' have: increased III our in !I the Poll Books: be !not liwt. i'tie: :souliers: : vver"ei-
port a highlysLIISL.ctorv New-York Advertiser of 4th two MS
Daily! the says : years ago, election was endangered bv
: ---
--= eluded t.e of election under ti
; m.inner during the of th by judges the ::
course *
l..lO. VISIT 10 IHi: .tl.iH.KET.- Aepubusaed -" The Cholera has reached this, (country and their over comidence by which many votes were 1b
J list )'ear. On tre whole there have arrived very law drawn by me, ol WhiCh he cuiijl3islie [ y
1- jesteruavan account of! a panth r prevails in many scattered ( laccs. \t Rancho not polled.! Nol less than thirty friends of the col.) I .
1U1G ships and -ailed! !'J9d in Congress disapproved the law. Hc.
: ( 1-531 b47 says
1 \vnu amused himself by<* keeping, hoI'' a little : only out of a population of 175, only 25 remained in this county did not vole because they thought.
arrived and 954 -ailed)_ the number of \us at we ditier again. Coiigi ess never had seen tii Ja;.
:ye. thai their individual .
while in rsevv Yorke, and we weie t pleaded I votes were otno ;eqaence.To .
f Ulan ships ol all descriptions when they passed the act
vv.is--anived 499 lie reiers exclutkj:: a n
to ntu! Ihat no evil resulted to one. from tue polls ihen we S3Let. IIOt a jnrleotl' I
) I iny sa.lod: 491. Besides these ships, the From Sm'rna.lettl'r from the junior by name the .soldiers. lIlt! laws were pJStdt': '1
t. his change of business. The )love of freedom be lost, and the people's friend will l be elected by
trade employed a vast number ; the arrrival ofthese editor of the Boston Courier. dated at Smyrnaon tile fall of Itsii:: and were not printed until theueS! j*
t and s-earch tur JutiulcI th, Panther
: ease is {Jot to triumphant majority.
latter being 74ttl: ailed 7293. the 23d: January, reorcsents Ibraham Pa- I :spring. lougless; did pass tnat Jaw upon a raen;J?
other annuals lUll cvmed srk (
J. :! un outlet.I : .,
:1. ** the '- cha as master nfthe whole country, and that Was Col.Gadsdenor his friehd ,consulted whei., nat Irom East: Florida, gotten up by Gen. CaD J jj
Qpiu ('uj')) cotnniun: air and uomniou ue .i JVeio COltillwt.-The
4 of their own linibs.f Gazette London Literary no military resistance could he mado were he General Call oilered lor Congres> ? is frequent! colleagues of the minority of the council, cnargisf:

Twu'omcn fifteen sixteen of February 23d ay-" A whaler; to direct his inarch either to Smyrna of Constantinople asKed. We believe not. Col. Gadsden has neve t.iat we had passed a law authorizing the soiikfl! Q
homo or has
years J fallen in with Continent
a in
Lint about the Antarctic which he nticipates as likely to been formally withdrawn, and we understand ill terms lo vote. I iave seen and coaversed !$
o wcro s<'en sitting: 2 o'clock of a : and the ruitiioug.i
eis: as discovery i is small the
niaikft day, at lhe ht-ud of t i\th i street mal ket have endeavoure to conceal it. till owners happen. he is not a candidate, some of ..is -ricnds ihe chairman of tile Judiciary Committee, 1\-1,

then the highest or Us: in marlattrrot! and :bring oil' some cargoes of oil and seal they skins.can (Erom the N Y. Advocate Aptll 12.) will show by their votes at this election, that m- is .e,>orud tue iiiii, and tie told me that he had n*,:
I while not forgotten by them, and that ->eta lue act of lee .uncil and when I tod! Icfji ; ;
they \\ ere lamenting the hi-ul of the day I The log of the vessel is rather confined; but From .Uatllllzcu.-By the brig Ariel, in 10 they nave not t forgotten :
find counting and their profits at I me support vvhic.j Gen. Call did not precise pn-accoiogy, he replied that if he Mai:
computing I :> .11 there seems to be no doubt of the f.ict: clays from Matanzas., have accounts confirmatory i give
g the close ot'their sales, one of them liftiuj:-; up I that an immense tract of land has been found ; of those previously received, of theexitan him wnen he was a candidate l tor tile LegiaUiiiveCouncil. een, thai act ne would nave considered any ',J.

I. I. her. eyes, sighing t-aid. (I about the latitude 67 degs. and in longitude .- of the Asiatic 'holt-ra in that place.: Tins matter wants explanation v've Congress::; unnecessary.Tne 1
\ 4 Ae shall have no more customer: to- due We wan lo know why General Call did nol wishes know if I in
: lying nearly South of the Cape of Good have seen a letter cJated Matanzcj March support general to am faTOtfj
I day." Hope.' 30th, which statethat advices had reached his friend in opposition to Ins avowed enemy. of -5tale Rights"" State Rights" without I .' No said the otWJ.u tho clerk will be a- that Havan Was there no treacnery or double nition generals '
place from i nnonnring that Mr. dealmg ji ue .eaiisnothing.-'I'he "poI1
::4 jong >oun to clear o*> out-though l hy the waywhales From the New York Courier and Enquirer, April 3. Shaler thn United 'tales consul at Havana had matted i lend" the president is: for State Rights as far

i that conuninp up]>hc
0 t Good Heavens: c.xdaiiiM'd! t the first women, quite out ot her teens: who from some unknown of 9,000 persons had died since the E.rtractfrom a Utter from Jackson County. farther be considers resistance, treason and rt' ,

t that's a customer: illdllJ-1S: it a dog or a .j; motive had long indulged a curiosity to view commencement of the disease. It wa.. al-() beginning u Tile two candidates tor( Congros nave been 1 ion. 1 am in favour ot" all the rights reserved It:

Calf. ? I i i the Park theatre from tins gallery was gratified to make great ravages in Mntanzis in this county for three days, and vesit-rday aa- the slates by the constitution and are one of iho4f

I' '* It's neithei, blcutcd: the other! its a lion, .! on Fnday evening last, to an extent that far: The Ariel was immediately ordered into quar dressed tile people at Campbltjinii.: -l'ie dirierence who coiiside mat these rights are much IBOH'StBt

1 As'1 am a sinner. i I j surpased her expectations and led to a result antine.t i between tne two was as great as wili be tile dlUerI exieiiMve ti.au tile proclamation of his poli'1
1 be two beldames seized] their moveahlt-s I Ii as disagreeable and of
ji -i unpleasant as it was in all I I ence ) voles. Colonel \\ hue's majority in this friend conceives them to be.

*3, And shot across the *-hed into a cellar: plllli'g probability un-oreseen.: It appears that plan Tc schoolmasters Jlro ).tin.-A boy was !I county will he I 150.-111 Fa'ettc 75.-lu \!\ alton 1 am c tiled upon to say whether I am not nlJt1\l 8J\
the door close aftei them. I after plan was devUed to gratify this inclination" lately asked who killed I i almost
j Abel He promptly replied unanimous.-Tne nucleus have written f for .Mr. Clay totS president-as the only other)C3)4
4 Meantime: the tawny king of the fort-st, to view the audienceuid tae, f faom the Gen. Jackson. letters lo their understrappers
nere, saying that didate in the Held is Mr. Van Buren and
tiho had, while Ins keeper wu* taking; his t'Stu topmost poir.t of access, but from the seeming This equals the catechetical, exhibiting cia General: Call's: majority in Leon will be : sj
Walked out of his caue into the trecl, purued; impracticability carrying them into lad in the JelfeiMon 200.-In :suppose: the interrogatory can only be made in''
I operation once living wildest region of the 100 and! in Madison and :
hiM hay towards the market, attracted probably i, almost as rapidly abandoned as they were con- green Mountains.-Into what state did the t fall more than the entire vote of those ,'. Hamilton, fcrtnce: to him, I can say that: if there is no od.

J by the r-avory smell that ascended: from the cCI\'ed. until the night in quest when the! lady I bring mankind askf'dlw teacher. With a must intend to throw Ct lnti .-The)" candidate, I prefer Ht'uClay: to MarTn ft:

i beet and mutton, a dog day's heat bad acted resolved upon the accomplishment of her object mot rueful expression of countenence, the sea animals' catch the up Cholera.some JONAHS'It is when Buren for the president-hip! ol' the United Sta' ,

'".i On.:... ...: _. __ by. the following expedient.. She in the urchin baled out Varmount. here that the reading of General thought There are men whom 1 would!; pre'er M ti\\t\
'.11 1 The L.on. unlike tne i\ew-York [Panther I I first place put on an Old bonnet and some of would the circular but between these the one m my opinion ,sat

:-:: despised shop keeping ; he ambled along at: the cast off clothing of a servant in the kitchen M. St. Clair Clark, the dark of the Ilotie give unfortunaie person the pre superior to the ot icr, as Hyperion to a Satyr.

I : round rate, hi* tail lifted right in the air, and I but still the disguise was deemed insufficient of Representatives, was observed dashing mononiory fimptom -and a ecoud reading would i il be desirab.e: t further to know my opinion,I

I 4 t.\ his! head jogging up and down, as if his whole fully to answer the purpose, so |long as the I through the f fiery and smoky ruins: of the treasury produce a the'ullapse.-It is t feared he might give inform the neneral: that I prefer JNIr. Calhoun'. '
Congress Cholera
.' mind was bent upon a good dinner. face: was unconcealed-to overcome the objection !: Department, looking earnestly among the eric. as it is plain he is very CAo/- Mr. Van Buren, but I have reason to believe I r

t *: a. \\'hat ails the womenfaid a butcher, to a veil which: she conceived would be flying papers without attempting *.o save them Mr. Calhoun will not be a candidate, and will sUP;
: is he deliberately took down the laMI I ofhi rather out of keeping with the A friend has handed us the following estimateof
place and character
piece upon being enquired what he wits at he replied port Mr. Clay against the protegee of thc!, ?e
: un.-old meat ; what ate they scampering she was about to assume, recourse was that he looking for his account of the majorities in the several counties. p.atical friend.fcPH) M. \"RITE.

..tcr ?" had to a coat of oil and lampklact, With her Contingent Expenses: of the House. The WHITE, CALL,

'S JHay 6e," said his neighbour, a squall face thus besmeared a pair of- black gloves, gantleman smiled saying you might as well Escambia, 50 For the F B-,

is coming up ; perhaps the cleik of the market and habited as we have above stated away she look for a needle in a hay-stack. But Mr. C. \\\\ niton, 130 General Call does not i in his recent long l1

) is coming up with his broom." hied for tbe theatre, and a.-srnded the almost continued his search, and in an hour afterwards Jackson ashinglon, 80 deny that he said where I rule, I rule imperi* I..

.* \\hat is that 1" endless staircase to the gallery, with some little held up a bundle of papers exclaimed in triumph Fay cue, 150 50 ly." This is thc!. admitted.'V

'I 1 bat-that i is a Lion {J" shouted the other, dread it is true but still a dread almost I have feared it. Franklin, 30 He does not deny taking a bond from a '

; I Gnd uway he scampered and his nci hbClur after overcome by the pleasing hope of so shortly A disorder w'lich is eilled: La Grippe Gadsden, 100 not to arrest his rights, and whilst he conlplau

him. The panic became general. hav-ng her curiosity gratified by realizing a has broken out in Russia, and it is said caused Leon, X75 the invasion of his kitchen, he makes a low g1"

t Slam went tbe bhop doors. '* Look out for scene which she had long anticipated, and! as general consternation, Vi St Petersburg: three Jeffersonr SO ling and false insinuation on the same subject.

i the Lion," screamed a good lady from an up- : ardently desired fourths of the workmen employed in the different Madison, 10 He does not deny taking two thousand five b'

-: 'f per window whee ,he," said a dray horse, The purchase of a ticket admission, and I manufactories: have been attacked by it. Alachua Hamilton, 20 dred acres of a l forged claim for a fee. He &
as lie turned Sixth !street with instinctive the ot it to the 30
1 up keeper, were accomplished in the lower town the number of sick is in the Columbia, 20 not deny advising General Jackson to bring '
JtI dread. without scrutiny or detection, and proportion of 9 to 16 Duval "**
healthy persons thirty of 130 bloody duel between the and A
-- 1 1 he coast was clear. The market was before she soon found her ,elf seated in proximitywith the principal m.ichants were unable to attend St. Johns, 120 officers.

; ; the Lion where to choo.se, and a good appetiie the roof of the building, enjoying her enviable Change, .,\Ioscow it is still woe -160,000 Nassau, 30 He

., & his guide ; he panned: and nibbled at afore height. and gazing with satisfaction upon persons were ill with tho disorder. The theatres Mosquito, 40 cannot deny writing a letter to"old
: quarter of Lamb, be licked up a piece of the scenes whu-h presented itself beneath and other public places were *hut. The Monroe, 20 Walton" calling president Monroe an //fJ.
beef and smelled few radishes. Meantime h..r. In short time man. ,',
at a a however the benches first symptoms are ; sore throat and violent pi
his going, ubioud became known and a began tu till up with blaCKS and whites which head ache, with horrible pains in all parts of the 900 315 He slipover the statement, that he would"

goodly company were assembled in the win- bro't her more immediately within the range oi body. 585 majority for While.Jlfr. judges with h stiff bits and rank rowels. J

down above, and here & then: !some bold ones observation, when the eyes of some of her He does not deny receiving 5000 dollars

L were discovered peeping round the corners of sopiy' companions detected the cheaf. Thisw& The weepinjc Willow.-If 3011 nsk me to forming. Editor.in various-As many laudable societies are his personal and political friend for goLD tI ]

) the treats, and enagmg back 33: he g/ra | $ 4<< catastrophe: which she bad not auticipa- point out one treo mere graceful than all the J I as well as useful sections of the country, for moral Forbes' -Cos. case."

____ I purposes, ygu will please 4 tu He can't contradict the fact of receivirg

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r2IE1I..oI' 'tegutar salary, present rising generation, but upon generations flies and gnats, and files and tjae1ig1)in warm 4- -. .------ =-j: ----. t tI r----- -T wjA -

s'in thrte panish yet unborn. strata of air; and as warm air is lighter, and usu- I 11 tI I .. : :: t: f 'u "
ti.r oppoiing Spanish Claims. \ These observations are the effect of reading in ally moister than cold air, when the warm strata jS -. I ,' .,
He' has ne\-eI' denied that he offered to appear the recent journals of the day, an account ol the of one air are high, there is less chance of moisture /ILVERSAILLES.-From Co

, Ft'fbes' case for the claimants fir 1,500. proceedings of the government of France, in haying being thrown down from them'bv the mixtureof : : I !-umbul to Appa.luhicolL.The
a not, deny being paid for bringing ben- changed one of the rations of their immense cold air ; but when the warm and moist air is above >> .,ts Ii. leave Columbus alternately/nety

He does from Tennessee. He does not standing army, from wine to good malt liquor.- close to the ground, it is almost certain that, as .'10ft day ami IFeJnef 'ry, at 6 o'clock A. M. for Ap| pachicol.i %-

IrkStO.s horses and lot under an ; The Medical Faculty of France having expressed the cold air flows down into it, a deposition of water and wilt intersect the new mail stage line,

ny that IK purchased a house : their conviction that awful calamity the Cholera will lake place.-Edin. JYirw Phil. Journal. from Tallahassee to Mobile, via; Pensacola, at AsjubLi '.

:.Wution issued by a clerk who had no authority, which made such terrible ravages among the soldiers :;a on Tu -lay and Thursday noon. In returning,

by a sheriff out of office, and purchased the last year, was, in a great measure, to be The following? notice has been put forth by the will leave Apnalarhifola every Thursday and Friday
red \ : : at 10 o'clock A M and arrive a;. the
Aspaloga ne.xl
him and sold without warranty. I attributed to the use of wines, which contained President and Directors {'1 the Merchants and : days by 12,'toc ,31. where passengers will find
not deny thai he left Pensacola in the ;i more or less alcohol ; and it is too notorious to be Planters Bank of Augusta : for 1'allah.i'ee. sag
He doC denied that much of the wine consumed in the The Directors under the painful -,/ 'I
1925 with 400 dollars' and purchased'tld arc necessityof f'i.. The p opnetors of the above lig t-draulatboots hav4imestid .
ring Of amount of between 3 U. States, is made of a composition of logwoodand I informing the Public, that the Bank has been FULL supply of Landreths superior garden, a I.ut. capital in tittin: them up for the comfort

at the first sale lo the and instead drugs, with alcohol, sugar and honev, which I compelled to suspend payment. The causes which A herb and flower seeds just received and warranted of pas>m:: :rs, in confident expectation that ft

d 400o. These arc weighty matters ate sufficient of themselves to generate disease; ,* have led to this result, are the heavy and continued fresh ; by E. B PERKINS. disrernin: community will not suffer this (the first at*

ansitenng them, he ,writes a refined article, to and produce a lingering if not an immediate death. demands that have l been made t for specie, duringthe March 30th t 1833. 3!tf tcirpt to supply Appalachtcola with a reg-tlarmail

.ethtJufliuSWfluhl give a whalethe Cholera, I would not wish here to be understood, that our I last five weeks ; anc lhe reports, industriously "UTl' .-The subscriber herebyies nuUic no- go r.wn f fJrant of atr1'Itagr.Apthchr.la .

} will not do let him throw in a Tennes- : regular wine merchants would do any thing of circulated throughout the country, with a view, l' lice, that she is appointed admiuisuatnx upon : January 19th 1833. 22tC1'6JOTICE.Ailthosl'

I t r J.rahw only giv e the Choita I this Kind ; on the contrary, I believe! them to be it is'believed! to impair confidence in the stability the estate of Colin M'Rae, late of Frar klin county, who have subscribed tewardt
wouM not
oecubtor and it above a dishonorable action; and so I believe, as the institution, and bring in suddenly its whole deceased ; she therefore quests all persons who are' l' buildiiit' a Presbyierim Church in Tallehassec

an Ostrich or an Alligator, but produce a to our respectable grocers. But it should be recollected circulation I for redemption. The at1 irs of the indebted to the estate of the said deceased, t-> make are requester ..e met t at the house of Mr. Richard
r2 himselC PHILO JUMUS. payment without delay ; and those having claims against Bull, on Wrru-sdaythe I It day of May, at4 o'clock,
in old Nick that these do not vend all the wine drankin Bank well be brought to a close as soon as possible -
lhpse said estate to f.xhibilthem according to law, or I P.M. make for the erection of saiflbuildin
the United States. I have no do'.ht, that our ; and in the mean time, the holders of the bills .
will be barred of .
EGYPT. they recovery. ?, A general mscticg quested.
TURKEY AND eminent Physicians have seen their error, in recom are cautioned against parting with them at a sac- 326w GRAlEY \I'RAE.ndrn'trix. April _>7, 1i..;.
BCRr.i, March .-The Journal of j i mending the use of wine, partit'ularlyportdurint rifice, l before their value is :lullv ascertained. -
: rETER< lLlt'1'lPALAJ U, i ,.
.cT tl'r.-hur h contains an article relative to 1 ur- I' the prevalence of the cholera! here last summer, JOSf WHEELER, President. vs :> ATTACHMENT.ORWELL ID FlJJ l 'U m tDJl'mlt .
which the following is the particulars.V .- aud were we again to be visited with this awful Extract from the minutes ol the Board. E. BURT. > -.Attorney at Law,

the cmuon.\ \ of the treaty of Adranopte calamity, they would be first to recommend good, Augusta, April 13. : ''lIE defendant and all other persons interested in Roc 'OMFORT MIDDLE FLORIPA.

'u! -.n vp.r.* Plmva.\. during which time the I sound, mall liquor. I the above cases will take notice that suit has ken I April, 271 i.B'Cl'O. ,
I 37.1
l.cl"CI11\supu\ou' :" \ 1 fulfflW all its en:gernent ; The most eminent and skilful Physicians in London l..n.tedfrom .Mexico.-By the ship Virginia,capt. commenced, and attachment issued, turnable! to the : y .

\r1t' h\? \'olutioJ it refund to listen to thE'1 have given it as their opinion; that the comparatively Collins, the editors of the New-York Journal (4 said court. CiEO. \\ ARNER, Al '). f.r P'nrl'h :.; .> .M'LKMORE: 4w TRADtLUCLL
tljt' P'IIiofJ} the ''. 30th 133.: 2lf ns-ii ." ihcufeelves in the practice of
insurrertltln, and preferred tcw deaths by Cholera in England, was Commerce have received Vera Cruiz papers to the
brIJtS4)IthC, -wmnment to the prefMwus promises owing to the moderate use of malt liquor. Scarcely evening of the 3d March. The contain no news, 'Esubscriler Uatlllt.S le s-tug iit-i.. ftr; itv u"rdl r :iysic, tender their sertii es to the mhibiuntsot'Le>
iii;> of )ur I about the first of June,-' I .se mdebled to him on and the adjacent counties, in the several collateral
authors of the mi hief. Our Cabinet is an individual who was in the daily use of this beyond what is stated iu the t ibllowiag letter from
1 the will make Min :'ifti brarches of thtir pn.lession.Tallahassee .
1?,?Itl] m hcuior to support a slate which rn*ci- j hcalthlul l bever g was known to fall; a victim to their correspondent : 3-Jtf please .payment FREDERICK TOWLE. April 2';, 1833.i 1 .
It1III1SIV, fulfils its l'n a1\"l1Il'utS. On tins prtnci1 I the Cholera ; au. this conviction has become so VERA Cauz, March 4, 1333- .

1 .|lie! mperlr rcsolvt-d on the commencement i, universal, that ; d'litional breweries are now being Affairs in this country appear to have settled ILAS B. DENNI.Or-, ) ti Attachment. 1' I it'E.-VILLUM G. Uukctss has Jla.t. un

E ir ) reKlliun, to withdraw his consul : established i through France and Europe generally; down} into a state of quietness, which, if not disturbed vs f asfi iunent of all his property, real, pcrs nal
i | i4iu
of the !! } and mixed, and of nil his accounts, dues and cemaitds
mm' Uxandria ; this spontaneous: proof and the public j journals sayu the-'emantl for brewing by the election about taking place,it is hoped ; notice the abov' suit has been commenced of ( de.vntion law and the siibs.-ii-
ir. to
, .,r.ncri-r's good will was gratefully 'received by j' materials is such: that large orders have been may continue. Tin-re appears; no doubt of the TAKE court, fur t'H county of "qnroe, and hers cry as his tru>tets, for the bent equity fit of,Ins creditors, and
,,-n. incase of"net d to Russia. I thereof hops Inve advanced more Farias as Vice Pre,\tIt.'llt. By th "Censor" of of the superior} court of the s nithern judicial district of him.

I \\ hile ihe e orders were beins made out, intclfiff }- than double in price in the United States. Thisis 28th Feb. you will see that Pedraza recommends Florida.! All persons interested then in, arc hereby nquei.ed THOMAS BALTZELL.

was received that the fleet under Admiral ,I all good, but what: is still better, is, that there isa them in a circular to the State: Legislatures. to be and appear at the court h'-use in the cityof ROI.ERT BKIiR"i.AprilC. .

1I't'\\ ,:ttrtl! In the 2d l ((14th) of February. laudable: strife among, the brewers iu Philadelphia An unsuccessful: attempt has been made to Key-West on the first i\londay l\iiyi.cxt, to H33. 3 >-6w.

j> Hi tLC fj.., orJl'r5 sent to it hy o-ir Ambassn.loY, J Jto ; who shall make the host Beer, the best Ale, assassinate Santa Anna at his hacienda near this show cause, if any they have, why judgment should\ '
be entered according to law. 1ir!FGRI 'r:> FOR ALr..-\Viilb- sold at P -c::
I '!li'rm3b; \ the instruction** which he had re- ,I and the IKVSI Port r ; and we believe no pains or city-.aid to have been instigated. by the late not R.: It. FLETCHER, ?. M C.KoyWesr. .. 1. Audin oil tie Pubac square (,ii the 6th a-t df
WI' hope that its prcsenrr with the ;: is pared by them to exc.l and to Ministers, whose conduct in the ati'air of Guerrero
.t.t"I" rxjH-nse ?>; produce January 18th 1833: :7tf May next, 1 hrce :vrs.ts, t ne man and iuo flo.. ;
,.:,urec .kn at thc request t.l'the Porte, will!! : as good, sound, heall tful t null; 'liquors, as are it is thought, will be investigated. .-\LC I'ltTh- ( fe-n_II t J'f.'Mii- ...fntsand \I the man an ,. xcellt-nt B.acksuuih, one ot the wou are

,.\"t. t.1 check t theprouro!. of tinEgyption ar- I made in any part: of. the world. Indeed, lIme foreigners A convoy is on the way; from Mexico to this D Neeman, was dssolved by miiuial! consent on : o Cook :tnd the otht'r a ta\lreU. Tcrn.s ... i.e

v and proM-rve the city from the catastropheP. I Il. : now in tiiis: city, have publicly declared, city with about three millions![ ot dolla s. The ihr first day :f October 1 list. Those indeortd 10 the kllnw on the (!Jay of uile.Tallehas. .

'l.:r tr..tt1Ied, it. I I j tnat they never drank :.:1v rn.ilt; liquor in England, Virginia carries two or three thousand to New- firm will come forward and close Ltfir: arQ.uiney i-unts. :et, April z7, 1S33.

". New* is this moment received 1)'' a eou- I superior| to that made in Philadelphia; ; and I am York." February ) THOMAS PRt'STt Jr. KLKR & STUUGEAbs.gnee )
wtucbV'i'! Constantinople on the 7th Februrv" : free that I did and also .0 --- --- 2d 1S33.: WILLIAM P.JONTS( :: -
er. i!j to acknowledge, never ; -- -- > : : of \\ m.1UF.ODORE ,\ ili3.nb; Petition to forecLstf
that Gtfwral: Muravii-f had just arrived from that I never have enjoyed so food health", as since H BOn) hns jjst' received per. brig Laurel 1 troin 2 53'ii \ Wl..LI \M N' K3I: \ >. vs. } Mortgage
\Icxa '::11 5 ;;a, when1 hi* mission had l been comjlctec I have quit the use of ardent spirits entirely, and S New-YorK a full supply of spumr :m Js, a- SPORTS ,-EN'b NOTICE. FLOTARD.

,\,c(,, !! ttip Pacha having immediately en ratosubii'.it i confined rny:eif to moderate I u>eoi malt I liquor. inoiu which is a c ise of superior Beaver Hats ((It test -rt > i ICE is herd)) gn.cn To the said Theodore Fll' *

I ,,'l\ to the Sultan and suspend "Jiostili. i It keeps my body in uood order without medicine f\shi-n) : aLo per. Lady Washington, from 6. !P.ins, .aid, and l. all persoiia claim.ng or to claim byrii.

. ... ansi onlt-rs to that efllft were dispatched} torm I I and rnv mimi not too mucii elated: hut w GOOD ..0 bbls. fresh flour: Inin : lard : loaf s-irar : La: -i"npTtcr ( .. ..u:ii 01 umUr him, ard to a.l persons i. lerested,
it; Parha is General Muraviefs presence. HEALTH. : 24 i-Uiar kellKe, from 30 tu 60 cnlt-rs! : iO'Ushcls iTLSwcepstak' it.al a pen'K P u. fon du.e! a nv.rtgage on lots in the
be I ee'mille'tn.., Cuizotoi Sf'f d. 3- ; ci} ut 'i a.-thasMe, (.>..snuL plin,) num'.ierei.! IrJj
result tx>in< obtained, it
: important( : may I tp.ri la fFi 1 i1 wJ If i .v di'Ol, mors\geii;: .f' it.:am Wiltian s and J,y
! convention will n'end : : 1
w-j that a written put Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. him as Ihtd l't ihnui. K'-ir ana lifDer t..rc u ileen

tie tnmhlc\. in 1. .> Ottoman empire, a circum.nre I KEY \\ EST, April, 3.1 1'333.' fBlilfc.iclirL.vOYsJL .VAt !_.I'ld.\, lued this day u. die mcc of the dt:k .l'Lt.oa

\v iich will fulfil aU the wishes of the Em- Our mail Packet, of the 15th March, from our S\\aimwlll.ailfrom S:. ., k", a- :-u.: e.Wl Court.

PM- In tin*, case, :nd a 8on as the Sultan city, did not reach here until last night, and as '. ut the 25ih May. Thises>e'' :s nt-* JOHN K. CA..;pn..LL,

rl ,t..s tJiPt tIlt case of his applying for the as- the contracter sends her immediately back with pper fastened), and bUilt cxp.iy\ tor For c I .1 i/iKai.s p.i-ket, having: nccommodatifius ,)f Trii.r :1I11f'- 18' 3. 37-iu!
rtl, of Kussja n>i II\nt'r exists, thr squadron: I the! return mail, un oj;>j orumty is afforded me forgiving ordtr. FtT pnssa1-e iiO)) or freidrpl: to & for, thr'e yar* old colts, hree mill April-52.

., 1 tiiH
'I.r r. ti nMni to ScbaMop.il I, and the march of On the evening of the r.lth ult. the Br barqe 3 .;MN'OTK'E. TAilihasstc Caisit:"-, the Tuesday ..rcre-.mi, ".tn : I uc n.adc by the :uxs: .II'KTU ilt: iif/t.i*. Coo rt

.' 'r,'nM< bland st'ipt'; I Helen Gray, Willum Makee master from' Jnin.uK.a \i 'innud ra.--;,-l.si: u' close the 4h day of Jt tl-!'. i .,. he County i.l Lto. tu. Lttters pId.'. uiiMraiu-n:
o%e enurus t.\ make a race, .1 l e c.U to be ia.: "! li't! eaUle of James Ijiirs, dLcaatrc I f saui

).. -.Uantajre, in ha:te, of an opportunity that Hum Sugar Cottee and Logwood, was entirely e lo the honourable Jud-e IJI C adsJ.fiiMiinly ed the day before the rac. '1 Lre: ennes are! uyua1 e U III Y. H MlY F. : I : 1 t;.
for leave to sell! nf the real
( court part : e t.lt. *?. 1 1 .
.illei. \Pri.7!
1. S7-f'v.
conclusiontun iss '
arquiiut with the general\ e ; >
t'r. : you lost on Couch Reef. About 600 bags Pimento, of Jonathan Thomas deccas late of Garden! C.AU.- I his will be one of I ih-. must spl"ncisweepsrak! >.- .

arm-.MOP VvMween thc Porte and Ibrahim 19 lihds. of lium. and some minor articles have :y. [3S4u] MEAUH \ M, Lxecutor. ,'\er run f.>r it ihe Uuiitd Elates ; and will attract tin ;;.'I IL \\ L hrty I .t\\ar,. ali t.tf3 t.: a a.st!
.: ;i.. I :nM lint\ the convention to this efl<'Cti been brought here."The notice of nnilettv n Mho arc fr i.df tn.- urajrii.g tin I 11' i aiiiuj; l. r .. lit.u ( ; i.ana f.r'i n Louars, Inn

i- ....1.1.'n ratified by the Sultan: a4 it will'! same night, the schr. North Carolina, J.SL A DMINISTRATOR'S S-\LE.--\\ u so.d o .ports of ihe lurf, in very pirt ot : ,., n n. II. .a'iI'Lcr 1..1: by at. H.t.cnt'tr3 tll littiryw i.uam.,

. ib'ii-x-: }JIt' ni-o bv Mel.! mct Ali. Thus a invar M'Lityre master, from Apalachiajla, hound to your the highest bidder! in fiont ('f. .he c'ur.-J.ou'e THOMABPA'U .iecrrory.20th } ,'yai\,lc in ii.iuy da: >, as it v. ill not b. paid-iir
.. Ullor: in the town of Q.UIIICV Ga..->iit n ci.ur.ry': : on tie:
J > to t final: arran,PTWif lias f fjf'en made audits necemh 1 '32. li/if cutr..itun huv.ug bcn rlcti\.d.
of doubtless \
shore which ha
port, also got ou \ e "
you firs: Saturday in July next, lilt baUu.cc o the real \\ \. HOLLAND.
:. '" .":i H rn'w (t llJ i'I'Tt'd! absolutely! certain. ere tins heard from tiie, master himself; for, estate of John P. Nc-.\I l, la.e of s'u'd county deceased. -i-'JTICE.Tlle1ntltrs.. ned Kaxing esrabtvht' e' JulI IIS: LANL.prI27. .

C trTeP1flheflcf: of. the London Times.if after being- lelievedbv. t'e! cbr. Hvdt'r. AlvSmiti, 3w \v. D ARI11SON, A-lm'ior. 1' himself at S'. Marks as an UUc' c.nter and ci>m- .\ ; 1913. 7

"rl'To.-' rob. 21- -* It jno? me I.p'e-isure to Kay mnor, no refused to come to Key \\ e-it, for the I 111 -SIIIl meithaitt, respecttVlly so'i'its! a portion ot

:'iT in oie and tl e mam p"iI1t..11l'1 \\, !lKktfl to set lenient of his savagr; and it was ajrreed be- N( 1 lCE.--Tht pirtiTship hert..f.'r existing public palromce ; and assures oseuhoniay employhim ,\ .. .t. -i 1.*- i.u..ir.it.i executor of the last
wrecker should receive l' between Thomas Pr?;on Jr. andVilliam D. that it shall! he h's: first wish as well as duly lo l'.11 a..O ICM..H till of tliemrt! "(ali uvfta tii,
niiiit-irv here : i
the that the
mt'ii our position: improved. tw -en parties, is this dis. ihed
; mutual\
jones, day by crns"nt. Thos.
merit their .
endeavour lo approbalion. \es t/jce that Ait irstr.6 Iu d' n'.inu atH..sts..L.
informed; \ing
in d hy the most .111.1 lffC.J that 1:12 hale ol'cotton t fur his services.
competent Prustn Jr. la alone authorised to settle the business of I
Persons unacquainted \jilt him, are respectfully referred eute ac rtqujud to prtsfiit th sane LUll actt .
onnn.uiiUMtion with the Tois sire, and Last evening, the fchip Sarah Ralston, from the t.nn. THOS. PRESTON Jr. to his exci llency Gov-ri.or Duval and Thomas siei. accm..n g i.- !hn. U 31. B. "C.\LL Fx';.>rA
Innot: U- Cut ni' Ltbt': enemy, lioivever lie may New York, lor Is'etv Orleans, with an aborted 'V. 1. D. JONLS. 31. Bradford\ esquire, at Tallahassee! and to Dr. "\\ et- A'n: 7d. .-,3 :f75wu'lliW

nov w w the trati..portition of stores &-.- c.i: ;
ie \Vl.nv Qtuntj aid ntht-r! points .ire very I lu t.y Vacas hhe was gotten oil by the sloop Sara TAXLS.The ( Kizena (f 'Tallahjs ; All artices sent to him lo be sold, will be kept J.li'fJ: lli l U li1L..l1tlJ1

rifcnMii: Mrnii
. and n:!!,f. Gfji. S-tldaiiha! commands. the hue of her cago.: TJ.C ship is not jup;>osed to are no" due, and they are requested to pay the same quirn-j his; services as auctioneer in any part of the ntt..fl-'nh Diit;and \.tt1i. >est just recei'ved

'iI !in C-irvj'hi: to the Fox. Ii is not the present! bj much injured, IS 1 u.ideistantl from tile Capt., to the subscriber, at his office ill the 200 foot street, coun'y, wH be promptly attended to. trom >ew York awl i'alinuorefor s>ale, vh-jkaalc

1I1Jt:1I of iruirsirjl, Solitrir-ir tH attack the ri.cmv, I It as si.e made no water ci.rue hither., one door cast of the &.\urlh"lI"equare, where he will! Saint.larksTar.h, 2ad 1S33. 31tt and retail. Country .Merchants and Practilioi.crsaapvplied

, to cuiu.-nt niaiMlfitu MXM.ng: tie ftee ac- .' Our last advices from iiavanna, are no later arttnd regularly in the last nv das. of ilus month to Ttrrilory uj Floriiia, Mi .1< Disirict, Cadsden County 011 the;.mli i. acccnimodatinp tcrn.LDW. .:.

4 ,1 to the sea, until the e.oud; 'reiuniirementi5Xi than the tilth, at winch tune the Choera:: was making tinlbh his collections n
1 :;( ni'Mt >tall have lamh-,1, when he will be 1111001"ltlol1l great ravages among the inhabitants. From III HCR \V. CREWS', WILLiAM HARRISON, ) \1"'y 1 29 41 if Druge-ist,3JalloliaP.oritia.; t

3 I- '141 taliil.e: f-d], !' with t fit ct. M.ould. the I 600 ti> :00 1 falling victims to it daily, according to 38tf City Tax Collector, .I vs > In Equity. F.
Henry Yonge
t uadnin ufm- >:is :,t Vijr .. come down attd co- verbal reports, about 1 four tilths of the cases being D.UCS! "C.- I RKT1ARD LLOYD. ) ,

tJ ,"aft. w-.. il"n" still do vet; ; but the last UCCIlIIItSt't'tiit negroes. ;'. :_ t f t .- 1tE11 reeeutd a I.irpeMipj I I'l lie aPt said rarinjr defendant to the satisfaction not an inhabitant of the of court thi,& that lerritory. .ttorney 4,. Counsellor ut Law ;
.. .
: them as III want of proIMOHS, a wi a stern Notwithstanding tile reports which have lately / t >ly of flesh '!rn:::> and It isordeied that the sad: deft Ii'I.Hlt, appiar Q.(.'ICYhDDLE: FLORIEA.

a |Li> rnjna ur, oa the p.irt uf the :::1Itiarli \.it to btrn ci' Cll&i! tll.! J t 11al' Noun, i dative to the health : :f. pf .. Ulehrin! : which with the and -ins\ er the complainants bill, within f-ur month*:, 23tf.

t t' ;1&1'l'l.t.'ft' were, however, several vessels I of our Island-alarming to our friends, and cheering : ) er r. :! }! s.ock before on h.oxi makes otherwise the bill will be taken pro CJ//I/MSO ; and it is .o Dr. JO11IN 13. TAYLOR informs

lUi bullocks and stores lur this plac.', and I hope I I to our 'lIclllie--we continue well. The death I .r'f' my assortintnt more complete further ordered, that a copy of this order be publishccin 1J -
I and full tlun: h has yet his friends and the i ubhc, that his health IS so
Maps may then bes enabled to provide theni- of a uegroe, two or three days s-ince, of Cholera i been some authorized newspaper in this district ort awe
1 ves. TJ&t' Lord of the Lies, with 200 men,andflieve I Morbus, has occasioned considerable alarm among: received. arcRl.walld's Am n the ariicics k for tour months. R.LESTER C. & M. in Equity.; far rvsu-red, as to enable him to rrMime luspn ft :h..1-
I recently ii-nic flhIX'11r4 a 243m"MliHF at JUlie July 30 lS3 50 tf
other}: ships with troops, were in Vigoy a portion of t our inhabitants, from the supposition I safe an 4 tTrctu.tlcurc for ;.In I crer and.igue : Comp'd F- bruary2d 133.
and we may them that had been blown to from'I I '. lJ. .( 'it> A. i-\lGoflerj i.ispri.tessuii.u e;.
expect hourly ; ;md the the Asiatic Plague us chl T ;> I..tlh wash-ihe b..t |rt-parai m. Known t'-r JONES, j D < >
mpt to land must necessarily bring oa an ac- the other bide uf the G ult diseased teeth and gums : 3D ki:.ds i.tiioy; itwdirat d vs > ATTACIiMKNT.JOHN vices t., the citizens of "1 uiLihase and \i> rny.
j ti I. lize'itts_ &c. E. JL*. P' tthI5 ED ARDS J JjCiK His /lni, is 'n Clintonstr. wLcre he alwas n.jy

t .In the mean time the enemy proceed with their nE dt-fendatit is hereby notified, that suit has f.'und, cxeepi lica absent Oil professionalusi-

k. on every| mtl A JfL b 'en coimtienctd IIv prcctss of a'tdchnu 11, returnable ne- :n t1'rt.O
I1CVV battery has: beer The is extract from a letter received :
fallowing an UK :.vATCH I'( 'R--i i..S.-
IWI llnlo"l to the n,xt court of Gad d 'fI c m- ,
lip s'uperior
within \
01 the Serra i ICE. D.-.ctlr LIONEL FLLTCIIER$,.n. "in-
grape ra1ge mail dated norlhtrn
st' tfJf by the Turkey For sde a likely pair i FRANCIS A. CASh Pl'n. Ati .
slot .
ty. y.attincy 1'1
wtllch .
pass Over lllt conn'nt d which and of fine f-rm the public that he has r-suiini ih- f-.-' .ceot
come a
CONSTANTINOPLE Feb. 11. horses, arc }.unjr March 133. 31
:u 23d I
to tIle '
Ja 11t.t.i'in.-his residence is imlos i ,:
rrC \brca. Tbe cel'-ur and will. wok w'lIlo e'uer seven Ate> r -
rti new battery bay ,
the fur-da is Ibrahim Pacha remains stationary with hisar- b.1! )IUlr 's the ckltxk. .
also I E. J. ROiiER S isee. mar } Ferry en er .vr.
cxco.JUST Cuurt.
reCeiving stleutli and : of IIluerWl' T mtory oJ t lurid*, Lum Sllpt:iL'r
and certain that he has .Marc 16ih 1 -3.. .
it itr.GL.Uttv.ir.
tf'rdaopened wIth my at Kularia, appears 1'33. f i
five gUlls upon the CorVegosk T"laha.st1 a y4th The ieCUlOauf 1 1,0' Sodden, COI1L1i'LSi .
of J c. -- -' -
n avs )
Turre da Marta another wii&i received orders from his father, the Viceroy -
, Portion further t lor LOOK AT 'llJI.i! new S'OIf '<"Y. ? ,
ked down.f Thc CondllKm uf tlie Egypt, not to advance any thepiesent. iiomas Brown and others defendants. ) '' C'I'E\ counsellor a. LAWVariarn*
. mot as you ntav 'Lc sure improve, and that town of; There is no doubt that the influence of Russia has C has again' just from rtceiMd.New-Vi.rn.;/c. 11.1'lit-t f.ll.ctlkntrGzt.a :( t1I t Ir "pr ari':Clothe oatisfaclum of the C"Urt, r..t': I I A t', es1 Hi'iida. January (Grh 1SJI. -J-
I poor is dt"p\orahl\ caused the Viceroy to suspend hisoperations ; had I \v cai'{ Fletcher, } Parker, Harriet Parker and Eliza M. J tll',. '. -4
Ito d had! m some alllloush tile distribution of he not done so. tile Russian fleet, with a body of I }phia, a" 'arge supply of t'rtsii j.0"dMZ : a fu.c .'ssoituunt p..rlof tht clefndanls afon-said, are not lesult-nts if CiiAKLEr-. SHi R,. AIN, ATTORNFT AT l.'W.

tot1 t'nll'fIt made last degree relieved them. The troops, was leady to t-ailli! OlU Sevastopol lor Constantinople of fttiP calico, latest l'.i-hit.i's l.st1II4: dim iv s.n-s buiioi, an: tt.is territory, but live in some other pan of the United 'U ILL 1-racuce in the Court this Di.v t.YT .. 'JU1
wght Ly go\'ernnent! was, assortment \\ilminglonsi.ipe : Stales. in Jdckscn County v''J et t i-Ic'rida. I:'s : ;.:icc
t1J1 t (here still fl'maim.J six mOl1th\ Sl"ck of l ; to aVsiM the Porte. It is generally drilling, a handsome asbortnw tor tenilemors summer Jet.erson street, opposite that 01 the i.t.. .
tile. It i is I lh relorc decreed and ordered, that unless said is on ;: r f.
t. and J40 .Lullocks.Vhether believed that Syria will not be ceded to the brown linen, veiy tit: : green comlci; silk AU of .
ware : :. n. instrnnienis will lie
the writing
stock is defendants d U appear: and an:v.er U mplain} ( nis bill \ WC
. Jilt tilr the troop'i tlie roy, as me Sultan remains very firm in refusing vi let : entlcnen's & you:Its w i.itc btar and um- with the strIctest aticntion to their .
r whole population I tiled herein, " 'I\\ Hilt, but 1 this ion. hats : men's and boys \\iM.lhats 1 : ncn'U men's fire I June 20 182' 3 '.
.n.her apprehend not for the iat- coJice met lhal the same sh.dl bo taken pru (Qi/t 'HI .uid tiet m.it- -
and rmlcs l b si qi..ht\ : an
1it ST. PETERSBCRGH, March 2. thread: gloves, saddles ters thertof .I'tcreeu acci.irdiiu.iy : I'Twictd, that tin*
'ulIouTlr, MarciA 7.-His Majesty's Rchonner News i is this moment received by a courierwinch flSSbitflICflLOfiOljflb, ilh extra and.ugbi \\ s : evtrp-dancing- I'order be publish d in>omeauthi'nzed newt>fiaprrl'rlll' WL/iJL.L-1-A.lii L. 11AShllIII

ultt 1', I" Ju't arrived fiom Lisbon, which tie Il'ft left Constantinople on the 7th of February, that ,Iltd silver pencils : gentlemen's youths ted in this distrn-i onci a week fir uai; rnonjts. Y'I atllciiii to any busn all
the pumj.i of slits. Jan. SB. 1831.: 214m. THOMAS RANDALL.'it ,' anu faithtully ext cute Cir.nn.v.rjna
27th an I.r"mpdy
and arrived hunt Alexandria | any
C')' mumcated with his Majestv'b General Muravief has just Ladies miooslsIId childrens do. : tortoise shell, tuck
him b his friends in Florida and
11 Nunrol enii utltd tiC ) public
Off Opo to, on the 2Sth, but the where his mission had been completely successful and side combs, ijilended : genll.inen's bead purses: I L V, l.LLl N( N h' I si I';. g"e"erally.

II tIler would not allow her to communicate with I the Pacha having immediately engaged to fashionable work baskets : do. p. cket handkerchiefs : JOHN HENRY. __N, -Yf-rk.. July I 1832 52 tf
po &hure. She brings di-patcl es from submit to the Sultan and to suspend hOitllitlt'snndI do. worked and laced caps : a handsome assortment(If .
he 2lst of Feu. since wJJich Opurto up orders to that effect were despatched to Ibrahim ribbands : artificial flowers : bds; : luir curls of all .' 'ILLl. this sia. ou ai my SUUM: in the town J. l'. \V.,: TC OTT jr. & J. P. B('(/ II,
t the we are inthrrncd water etc. most fashion Y" M. Florida .u.d will tender A V lilrmeJ a Law partnera.ht in Florida. The
wl'ather has continued Pacha in General Muraviefs presence. This important shades : perfumery : cologne : of 3Iananna, ser- II
. \ Could Ilf !anded hO bad that DOl'Sitlns obtained it be hoped able leghorn bonnets,of fine quality, one of hich will vb. at $15 the season ; $25 insurance payable! the 1st residence of the rc>rnier U in 1 aliahasscc, and of
result being ,
Bud may
prevailli. It a consequcnt scar- end tin be dressed to the fashion of.New-York : an assortment of January next, or when the mare is para'd-50 els. the latter at \Vest Point, Appalachicola Bay. Busi.
. is however, (Joubtfulvhieh that a written convention will put an to of all sizes entrusted to them in of the oft I. rid
Ie100l'1t are of splendid veils: Prussian red stockings, to the groom ; a company of six mares will be servtdit ness any conns *
l'dro lIituation, the fctfees of Don Miguel troubles in the Ottoman empire, a circumstance and colours : an assortment of jewelry, such as ladies the price of five Etery attention will be paid to or adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will

1tIir re\'al, althOugh UI the former; sickness is said which will f fulfil all the wishes of the Emperor.In .- fine brt'aspills, car rings and finger rings, watch keys mares left will the horse, but no re onsiuihty for ac be strictly attended to. Au .3d, 1831. 50tf

to an alarming extent. this case, and as soon as tile Sultan declares etc. : patent Inmijs : tacks : brass nails ; a large assortment I I cidents.Descrii'ticn. '

GREECE. that the cauts of his applying for the assistanceof of meta bells, from 16 inches down to the I I -John Henry is a deep red sorrel, full i J. }tl. & O. WHITE

jIUS, 1Jrch IS.-A Russia no longer exist, the squadron which smallest size: Goshen cheese: fresh prunes aid figs: feet 2} inches high, with a small star, his oil hinder ATTGitNIES AN1 CULNisLLi-OKS ATi>AW.WILL .
jrf at TCiulon on tIle French brig or war arri- must be DOW at Constantinopfe, will be ordered neue and fever drops, warranted to cure : Port wine, 7 foot while. He is of the first figure, good action, possessing practice the court of appeals ; superior

Ii, tVJilCjj 7th inst. frum Napoli di Ro- to return to Sebastbpol, and the march of the }ears old, as neat as when imported, and a lul ot handK a great share of activity and muscular strengthin nf Leon, J Jefferson Gaelsden and lianiiJ-
de8Hclles p'ate she left on the 26U ult. She land stopped. some seal skin trunks: 30 bbls. sweet superfine tit ur : his form are combined all the escentials of a race ton. Any agency will be promptly attended to: 'Lrt-
to the French Government an- Uvops by :3 do. fine flavoured Jiew-Ycrk beef: porter : starch, horse of the first order. ters post-paid. 30.f1JEW
CZf1th4at King OUIO had arrived and sundry oilier: articles, which together with his for- John sired old Muccle John
Henry was by
6tl at Napoli on Red clouds in the Pedigree.-
the weather.- DRUG .CI1EM1CALSTORE-
O.n the following day he Prognostic of .mer stock, constitute a very handsome assortment.383m hr old sir fcis dam by old Potomac his
published by Archy great
in 8 pro- West when they have fa tint 1 -JOHN M'LfJvORF At. D. & Co
Ia.hon, which at sunset. especially JAMES C.
lie old G alii and is 7 old this
professes dam by tan, years spring.
1I1tentlOlll1 and \\ishes for a multitude of of purple, portend fine weather. The reason is, JAS. J. PITTSlAN. it Inform The inhabitants of Middle Florida,
nd welfare of Iii future prosper- that the air, when dry, refracts more red or heat E'-'E VAN EVUUR, ) March 16th 1S33. 302m that they expect by ihe next arrivals from
'rn"'ends that newly adopted country. He making ; and as dry air is not perfectly trans vs SIN ATTACHMENT.THOS. New-York a large and:neral assortment
lllternal rays
dlssentiols should horizon.A FIRE INSURANCE. 01 i ? drugs and me-dicmes and"every other aruclc
Promises to again reflected in EA -TON. ) i
use his parent, they are
utmlJSt efforts that loss FIUEcan connected with that line of business ; which they will
heir continuance all cause sunset generally foretells rain ; notice thr above suit has been comrcenced INSURANCE against or damage by
. should be remo.cd. He also copper or yellow TAKE court for the county of Monroe, and the most favorable terms, on appli- offer to the public on aa acconame>dating terms and alas
6'eti to but of weather approaching,
protect the rtliglou of the Greeks. as an indication wet halo around the made returnable to the next May term of the superiorcourt action the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance low prices as medicines of similar quality have ever
than the
nothing is wore certain all Hartford Connecticut. In been obtained in the tttrilory.
of the southern judicial district of Florida ; company, every application
From the PCfl1tijZvanjg moon, which is produced by the precipitated water interested therein are hereby requested to ba the fair Cash value of the property must be We announce with pleasure that Dr. Trade-well, a

a. EDITOIL-E\'ery anicle Inquirer. ; and the larger the circle the nearer the clouds. and persons appear at the court house in the city of KeyWeston stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished the correctness gentleman of fine talents ard first rate medical reading

Ue of temperance aDd we read respecting and consequently the more ready to fall. \\ hen the first Monday in May next, to show cause if of the representation, and the good moral Has been engaged for a few nioiuhs until the pracasin

t a.e from whatever refonn is cheering, the swallows fly high, fine weather it to be expected any they have why judgment should not be entered. character of the applicant. The solvency of the Office season, to superintend the establishment, at which tin1ii
of example is lOurce it may. Th or continued ; but whec they fly low and closeto against the said Thomas Eastin. and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied other competent assistance will be oblained.

*& t of eood whi calculated to produce an a- the ground, rain is almost surely! approaching. WM. T. ATJOliS, C- M. C. on. & B. ER1UNS.TUccb N. B. Our medicines will be opened in Mr. LJnkft'

wi11 hot 01, teU upon the This u explained as follows Swallows pursue the Key Weil Marci 3QUi 1 & 3Jtf f'Ot U, 1831, S7tf large: building, co-mer of Clinton Hf Adams atr't. 3..C,




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A CERTAIN CURE :FOR THE ITCH : PPALACH1COLA: : .1 ; 'ur"c. tt.'Ut t tuv :it
THE : A subscriber beg leave ro inform' hif- d to t1reri..'reyiot,. u> u t first of '
: HOWEVER inveterate, in one boor's application. A'I friend and the public generally, that he has iu twin forward nnmediately and dischaf Janu..
from taking by using and if 1
(. taken this establishim-nt for a term ; as longer indulgence will not be *
Four dollars in ad\-ance-or Five in six monthsNo fries Ointment. This preparation, for pleasantness I hf meets with such encouragement as he wishes to K. and S. are selling off their given present .

'I lib discontinued unless at the option orthe safety, expedition, ease and certainty, stands unrivalled merit he will continue it. His table will be fuinishtd cash, and produce, by retail and would Mil tockln, %
fir i is the
paper the cure of this troublesome com;!aint. It so i *
his exertions wholesale *
afford-and on
with the best the market can -by very liberal terms. *
Editor, be (rcrrearagtsarepaid. rapid as well as certain in operation, as to cure this I will be unremitted to render his guests as comfortable 'I 1 alIa.sssre.tilTh, > 'Jd |633. f

Adcrti'emcnts will be conspicuously inserted at seycnty.c disagreeable disorder most effectually io one hoar's ap as possible. OREN MiRSHAppalachicola 1 lCb.-AII e'ectioii mr
plication only I Nt oelegaM; to Co
for the first insertion, and of I January 12th 1833. 21tf. be held in the county of Leon
cents per square It does not contain the least particle mercury or on tht-"t
with Packet from St. Mark to Jfev-Orleans. Monday in May next and polls will be
each continuance. All adtertiscmcntB other dangerous ingredient, and may be applied Regular opened
filly cents for subsequent _._ Washington. H.Swaim, following places and under the
perfect safety by pregnant females or to children at new IiChr. Lady superiutendeneo
will bc continued until forbid,unless other and sold wholesale and Re- the breast. THE will ply between ihia and New-Orleans following persons, vizIt : ,

wise ordered. itI.LillE j Frederick Md. by C Herston, Price. :37 1-2 cents a box, with ample directions as a regular packet, during this season. ./ the house of Kerr and Sturgts St. Math; I
county. For having elegant accommodations tors-Robert Sturgps.Ambrose "-
DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES freight or passage CraneaiidJ.W '
all letters and communications to the concerned in the Patent with Dr Jndkins. SEIXA- .1t I
E. the
The on board to Store William -
postage recommend which he apply to the captain on or of Briggs; Inspectors
The leave to ( "
Editor be paid or they will not receive atten. The above Ointment is offered to the public as a propnetor begs 9tf lus AUlon '
: must \fa nolil. Dereml "lHh! IS.V? Arthur Macon au. Jason
of Bnnson.
ale' and certain remedy for hose obstinate diseases, does with the fullest confidence) one most At the :
tion._ some of which have so long baffled the skill of medical remedies known for this troublesome and painful JLADD.HAS Winslow house of Eliiha Winslotc; Inspectors'*, *'tt
w science. complaint. Without going into detail he deems it enough JOSEPH Robert S. Fairclolh and Daniel .Rj ; :

Nt)1'1 C&-The undersigned proprietor ot theo 1st While Swellingsof description. to say he has in hi? possession the most undoubted : received by late arrivals from XeW-kork and son.
vlmeral Springs, on the Suwannee, known as every :It tie marltl'hwsc in the
2d testimonials that it has more completely answered Orltrln city cf TEaha .
Sore Lgs and Ulcers! of long standing. ; '- $ I
Ci.i lsden Spnngs ; informs the public that he will bpiepared 3d Schirrusor Glandular Turnouts, particularly the purpose for whieb it is intended, than any 5U bls. and half barrels mackerel No. I, 2 and 3. spictors-Jolm It. Dorsery, Milt-s Wail-I end .
\ .
receive visitors
by the first of June to and Hayward
whichften- other popular medicine I 15 casks butter crackers
tho!hardened tumours i women's breasts ,
to use exertion for their comfort. H.- ..It the house of S"ICTl/1.lTJt IVaer;
every in its
promises is
times terminate in ulcerated canms. This remedy perfectly innocent application, 50 bis. whiskey, ; luptctorsT
will be able to accommodate fifty or sixty personsdur- '4th Felons, or what some people know by the name to all conditions, ages and sexes. Full directions, 25 bis. Navy and Pilot Bread, i Pf.t'r Chain's,Thf1m1SM\lhers anti ( n'11 H. .; lII

ing the coming season, on a style as good as the coun- of Catarrhs, of description.5th description of the cotn;,l>unt, Ac. accompany each 50" Irish Potatoes, tilt lW/ut fJj John :3mith.; 11PtCIIJT-Joh I

try affords. He has prepared pump in the spring Rheumatic every Pains of thejoinla.6th packet. which COOMBS of tv\o boxes. Ointment and 15 Kegs Goshen Butter, John P.irkhill .ind Ilaidy V hiukcr. "

which conducts the water into the bathing houses, so Sprains and Bruises of every description or in Electuary. Priee. $1 for the whole, or O coats if 20 and boxes tobacco, .it the hmist of John Tutum; Inspectors-"1:_Kn T '!r
have the shower or lundging bath turn, Alfred Oliver ;nd J.mits ... *
that can .
persons ; whatever situate. but one of the articles is \\'duted.nr 75 sacks seed Oats, .tXor.dithe /j
end persons coming from a distance will at no tini- part the None are genoinne unless signed on the outside house of George Fisher&n.; .
7th Tellers of all kinds. In this complaint patient 15 bundles good Hay, pt dr.-J-II i
meet with disappointment by the overflowing of th- ir. applying the ')Ointment must keep the part. printed wrapper. by the sole proprietor, 1' KIDDER, 55 bis. B"8ton0.. i beef, ry F. Simmons, Gt-or-c Fudier en. and J ftllea __ '

river as mineral water can always be oUaiiud by out of water immediate successor to the late Dr. \\. T. COSWAT. 25 sacks Li verpo..l! salt, I dr.ck..ii .

means of. the pump. F. J. ROSS. 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.It For sale at his Counting Room, over No. i'9.' Court 8 boxes Raisins, I. the store of tyrd and Pcr 1&; Inspctrt-\\ )

April -2Qth 1S31. 2:4w14ifLCF.t'ursunL is also one of the best remedies for Barns and street, near Concert Hall Boston and also by his Almonds, Dried Apples, &r. &c. Burney, Arthur: Ifurney and toenezar jo.f.J.if'me.t"

to a warr.mt to us direct t l Scald-* It eases the pan,; and draws the fire out in a : special appointment, by r.. B PERKINS. (No.4)DRUCGIST. Magnolia February 23d 1S33. .. .it the house of Johnmrii; 11&'Iptctln-.p.lTJ "
Baldwin we htve tins after behjrfirs .\lannmgYII1I1m G. Pmdir
1. John Esqr., diy short limr. ard J 4 i duly sworn, proceeded to the taluiition of the following For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular, Tallahassee. March 10th l->-)l. 6f.tf SELLING OFF LOW FOR CASH. Jit the house of Th,nas GarlunJ; In3rtc' s-]M .' 4

I cow, as an estray, no vi'siaUe mark or brand ; Swellings, it superior to any aedicine yet known to THE subscriber, at his new store, corner of Jeffer Moor. Jo.el'hV.. Uu-.n ri.an .,lt() n L \ ickea 'fA
is white; with rcd sides, iLlS long horns and appears t<. i the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurialof and Monroe-streets, offers for sale to the pub- .tit the Hotel of Jo.f Q ,I3r .gu.Vafors ) I, .

I e .bout five years old, valued at eii.ht d'-llais. i any prepartipn of that material) because it does lic in general, a handsome assortment of the follow in; -Gtorge Uanicu, juisn .\.u'Ciuiti. and Ben' .

1 [,Signed] THOMAS BROWN, not lay the patient Jiable to injury from expose to 2iTONS41t named art iclesnl he most reduced prices for cash, Viz: Byrd.
R. B. BULL. cold. .it the .'wust.JJ Sebastian 1, itztmn ; Inspectors H

Tallahassee! this 9th day of April 1313.TERK1T6RT This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- DRY-GOODS. net:!"r'kicficr, John 1.HdtI.d A.ttiP- ***

OF' FLORIDA, ICON' COTXTT. ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the I I Silks, Black, Grosdcnap, Italian Luteslrinjr, Black .f O 'RAkNYC.Lcc .

I do hereby cut.fy that the aborned: Thorm- external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming Sarcenet, Blue, Green: Pink, and white Florences, 1'U t UJfc.; -MX WI.. k< .it t. date al'pho.alJo :

Brown and R. I B. Bull were duly swoui by me for the can us or rotten it will ttop the progress of the canes, C.'flfl.-Th subscriber having now a tare? and Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, be made to the b .,./.r.i n.c the court for Lheu "
,increase the ol the discharge, remue the offen.ive : .: commodious houv of the i< of (;.t"9tfl fr IP.aH "f
purpose above iieuiii ( ) JOHN RXLmVIN. rinell. and ease the pain. prepared transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AXJC- Black Lasting, Bobinctand. thread Laces, IriJiLmtns, >aic (If henry .,iiln-.ani. .t-rcased ; on behalt oj'i, -.

Thaoure rstray is taken up l>v :\ LtimU rt. ,.">tfIiicicuy It cures the worst Felons or Whitlow on an application TION biw'nefrs, he hoj; rs to receive-a liberal snppor,. Sea Island Cotton Shining, Plain and figured Jaeoneelt Uciis aWl en- .iror5 of toe estate. D. RA Kl' .

of 48 huursHheumau from the pubhr: and ji'.1zes' himself to those who may Swiss and Book Muslins shawls worked Ap-rit B' h Ib3i.rc 3-Ih I
all i" comer capes:
1\CU'lI'et:' wi< t.:: in 'y become
lI1* wuich have stood so long as to favo-ir him with their business tr his best cfioritlo
use and dresses handkerchiefs Calicoes Ginrhams Nankeens .!E :< an : ,z'tJ .
j ni, MX weeks irjni tIll' d.uc here t, apply disorder acqulre4 medicine to be taken inwardly .tI.Qc Jj.'V1tt. ;
\ systematic their interest. WESTCOTT Jr.
: of thr. : court of Lton C IUnlY. 1 fur promote Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furni- i. bON L-<'ure. a candidate to Ie'receni
I" it j ji.t: ; ci'inry to reiiKJve them entirely. But in most common Ocber2dI83l. 7tf ; It
leUt ; ':" adntsraku on the (.-:ate .>f >\ illian. this Ointment directedit urc Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and Cdssmetrs, wit in th*. nrx': l k jjisLrivecrureI.rglHE : 1Y. '
ca. ca by applying as :
# CY..Mi. i I.cet".t. \\ ILL. I). tJTT J\LL. will give relief And even in old pl'o leVhu A CARP. white and Reil Flannel, Negro cloths, Scotchand llus- Propriei I rs of il.e' u-K.-d andI! bllJCl' :

April -":ti I- .1 3j6w__ pains have been of longer standing, It will case the THE Subscribers having pud1atel the Stork of 1.1 .hretin Osanburjs, &r, &i-. J. horse GK>'ERALA.\DREW JACK :.O ; ?
\ Ware-Tlousr' tlfTarl"r l \ Klein, have loim the public thai -.e. wilt stand the 1
pain. HARD crsuine
ARE. "
l't.1Sli MA K'l IN :1S4
AES L. t & )
To sea captains and masters of vessels ibis ointment 'omlllnl't'jh DRY ft if OIS, Gil- .py an. comm acingnn ih-- loth of March and to er.d the 1.-1
j jPAumr&.co.
PALMER,under tut firm of P-msa, I
)> iathmcr.t.OELLE.IUlU' must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being COMMISSION BUSI? ESS.: \ large and extensive assortment of Hardware, coi I of J aria, at T .Ufiiiassce.

very certain in its ell'ectson Chilblains or parts affected ,istmg of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spo'ms TIlls shltien u .i. well known throughout theStu
<. j with frost it likewise preserves its qualities In .II cli- In additir .o th( .r j l.ru.cnl cominodi.i; us builtlin.. Scissors, Razors, Locks, Angers,Chist.Is, ice., t they arrab.ut to erect sheds and houses tor the rrn i- i'1rri'y, as s> .s a-r.- in aLt S vih a complete assortment of PLA.E.BOOTS& ; ra.c6'r. nparticalard-
1! iE di'f'-iibn: I'.d all other persons arc required A of proving the value of this tirlOofCottcn, fJ'odsr., f-r Sfor.ijr, their bmii'n! : ,f r.ll h'i prf.-rinaiice.s; is not deemed } : "....i<
largo mass J.frt'ar
to tak: tiutuv th it suit j.as, bi en commenced and most excellent medicine will be shewn to tho p.to nil! becompliletl by tho I 5th S ut. Tht-yresj I; ShOES the Uxi JOCKC;-club ra.-es near this city, i.e rarJr\' .
aiUi."'uncut, issui, i n the: above ee, return tble to the l solicit share :
ly \ and
public p.Umnage, !l"I'rJ J eiliei-.-- c. riito tlays .)ur tiistanii.- .miu.-
wish further information' on application to Dr Ilers- A of Baltimort. >e til l his fir r"
next: sipcriurc"UrZ. JctTrrson county. 1S33. seh es to a strict performance cun.misisi'ins, .I.tn f..J ) large assurlint nt .'.e first litat. A: th'I.l1 --- 'J.vo-
of his authorized
ton to acents. tranna
: f.ir or lilly races healsot!
t. V. V \R' ER. "iti'v. pl'tiff. '
and NE\V-YOiK, madt
medicine ; of leu io. .ineir care. i ir the second days ,
The aho\e sold b) special appointment p rs--an, : distancctlallcompcda
IP :"J\ -.U'-.J..t.'U I '- "fr\\'all!: liinis' the patentee aud warranted enunie. PEACHY MACK IN HER.[ 1t wcxo iJ:: .lCD s the second he 'I wuh use ; and at the last Uubcjjis
this tot' th.' of '1'alItIsstc, 1 LJFER TO COL. JOHN OA3IKLE a id t i L.adi he
tlt"I'n to mil pe"plc L B. I'ERKLNS. DRUGGIST. / Jc iiiiip> & a in unu 'run. took thc lirsi lUys purs. wul-oul c
;ntesr. .-
tit H he L 'n zil' : .\ chss in penmanship, JUDGE RANDAL, t.tr son hob, Bro;in<, &r.HATS. lie is -
propu--; 1'allaha 'l'f!. February 24111 l 1031.: 27tf.TOTHLAfcTHMATiC six years -K: and of the best stock m the" .
which will 1UIltIV't: (: on 1 u sday 23th ii. tan. at ihiplace. j j AND CAPS: Suiiti.: bem.: shed by the famous Timoleon oneoi ,
H sund from th. rr\IJ. led <% AND CONSUMPTIVE. GEORGE LORIMORE ,
sn -
ullp' 1 no>t cclebra.til ami xav.-urie eolts of old Sir
ctbs which lu has nrt with fcinre adopting it as> hi- ; u HL mol pre\alcnt and 'fatal of all Diseases inciJi. JAMES LpH1J10RF, 'ttti'(l''riol'' sortiifiit: Ui tile i.jd! his dam v. a* hy the high brfd Aai
and since the he'gills to apj-rc-ci-vr d'-nt to CI\ Illzed -the (untullll'tittnil' J. J. ADAMS J) GadsJerCUL. \ imported hi
profession, public ocifty ) most fashionable HATS & CAPS of > hip. He i: a bt. oif bay,-upwards of 16 taii
tiic merits ot :'his entire nmcl: and much approved 01 geneally: .e traced t. the least Alarming of di.-oniei-, ( I H.V.. BllDEN, T ia.: ,c ;all UCM'.' .'. !ti, and unites great strength", with btauiy cffc
system; lie ftcis .xisv! d th it it will mett tho appro-' a slight Out neglected Cold. By e tnnatio,i it apj'fai-: Sr1trb:. .t' 'lv1fM I": : 46 :1 tiiii ncti'' n. :

biii: of the citizen-* Tallahassee, who wiho: improve Hut itie hundie<' aikl fifty thousand person* die aium.il-Il''af'L1.-\\' >.-,. (1-1 r.J\.oIl..ul.t_l.'r' ui.'. U.: Gn.OCERIESeA Tt. ms : $40 to ensurethe owner to if tfceti .
their h ulIl-wriil. : he will assure I them that 111 I 1) of the (''umotion. .Most of tupse dreadful result tradrd pay
g i t \\ ]Ltitt< P!>il idelphii :s ;-}30 tie season. !
at i rhr4.c d tys "( ).ic.uioM they may require a sutficientkn may be attributed to common col'J.' and u negli ''nt mill,cross-cut, te-nant and w hi I' .\\ 11; selc < d tX flrCh". all it.- .ancty. Ir" Mason ; ard J Ij, t< r s.' jt! le ..t''J he

'jwit d-e .f itii> '*\'S f'l1. BRYAN ltE1)D1G.t treatment of the h-irras-iinp c<,ugh that generally ensues 'iy lur this market "nJ for sale: low fir oa..h, h ill (It nwt-s! '.. ill Lc b.lia :a t'.t -*i.t. c'rtn tillX:! .,'
-y at
\ ioth 1-31. : 'f which i is uiualt 'followed b ditFicult, ; 1101111. .
: pw ) ) breathing pain 3.tf: C. C. V ILL \ \ -. fat ric-,*. .
r the ud. and -itlast Ulcerated \ loicnt! and .
t in LUIIg I Ul.\s>.CA\iPB.'XL: ii G ..\/.-: r Brie!, G "11! pcivarairc er. ec. tan hi fun:; slied on rr.rt ";"".
,.t, ItE.\l V.AL.f related AKtlimatio atucks. aUo bring on Coisuriiitiesvuiptoms. ] Coli-.N d'eorjria.; Tifty SI j jnoi'i .-. u \beat! flour .tUe! (erri.-> for mnp.s frP'T jiii-uvna.- bet IE
arc en;agi-il, at their : i I treat ;
Sub THE j.lace, in tile inaiiiit'loturf ALMI.Siidlery si lflitiLp ,
Custunii rs, and the public ;c-nvrally: hat luLdji.ciu'iveO >%e of of cotton },nns, of \cry superior qn.llity.-l 1 1i i.f' asMimed f.r 'If'cilnlt! < r t vsp. ". "

: iiisC'i nth';!'.n.uy to ih hOI!: of MCSM "R. UELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, i 1'\ ihtir intention keep a constant supply at 'I -iha- L'I runVates t' thIivl: i*>il'crcr wilt br fnrn.s'.fl., ;
L. y \1. .\ Arms-eid.: urthe Capu-, 1 Square, where :L.i and 1 lornla : Crotkny ttuii Glass Ware, For fur-her pTrfi'Vil'.rs !!: :, '
an.-i a I liu ,' ait-'iition to their tune-iy, aiimmutratiun. wnl "'1 f' Quincy, and to meet all orders ILI1.ir strt) 's. o.- -H'pi tr R.r.-* ,
4 he l\ecs] coiiilantiy on n.ind the bevl of LIU.IURrf .1 line with 'I'mVtin- Lookiii .iar.i, J. Ii. K tn.-.h! J. P. Wtitcutt '. J
uually eiioinea inili ; ttion of ilie&y di-orderM ami gl n- I'rnml'tne.s-Gins of their: manufai-- 'GliU-stjsSalt Ready : jr. cr Jof,
all kill.s-abtt, : various kinds ofine and Crni! U..tl.J.l.J I- rl
i : efl'tct The Pills :lire are warranted to work well ; : t : J3. ; '
and el with
I rally a cure uie -oan ea:) gond tisane. madi- :=
Porter, Cider: Ale-L'an< its, Sweatmeau, 1'icklti-, 'ieciual$ remedy ,tar the I'UlI/tontJ\ proceeding acrsJiiipanyn i hf y take this oppirtunityto; state that there is n.. clothingstationaiy, &c. .c. I -LtH.1:1.J C. B\ 1 \\ lL'h,1 -
&c&.. Ihlfcrent kind of Relishes all times, all I
at 1-1 .,,1 fsiahhshment kind JA.iI'M1LLI. 1.
p thrsthna, and Consumption. For IuldcCouglo. I.r the in Louisville, and that V3 l Attach. m L. S. C. .f
which he oiTtfS IHI !,cral terms. He tender* his sincere all that : Tallahassee November 15ih 131. 3Ilf inCH \no LUYD
made at
ditb'culty of Bn-alhing. tightness and iLrictur.acrbs place, 'ire of their m.inufiirlurr.13"i J '. \I
thank. to his customer gen*'rally, fir their !fit>rr- the chest, \\ II cz1lJg. ji.nn in the ide, S|ittiug \/'mlwr, I 18.? > f I HI I 2m -- -- TIlE ueitndint ia herri-y no'if-sil that .n star .'
J I al favors: tiiC past yeir-and hopes by nnmnilteu: NET.GOODS.E. h > i issued in ibe .
of bldocl A.C. Few cases can occur of any of this : s ubuvr- <.se ret'arriai. -
attention business lurit of ihe'r TJ Planters. .
;1 to to a accntinuar.ee "lass of disord
fcatrona, e. R. K. VEST. 1'IsViII not find a rich return fur their tntliug expend' FOR S.ALb.-4 Copper Boilers, 1. S. ROBERTS & Co.HA' other persons interested are required to arr-ari; ; ._, ;
,li ad to the declaration. ,
July 10, 1=32. 47 tf r.uie ( upper Dippcm, )Slcimi"ers and :COOpS.i: !S Utciv i ututd iroui iSt\-Yurk a 1tUlr BALTZLLL '
t t'rice-4vhole boxes 3U Pills 1 dollar, half boxes reduced priceAlllu, lU Hornr Mill of 343in .\it';. t ti.. P;i 1I
pair Stone (
I. P. S.; R K. West has receive'! diiect froniCiluaioic *
just I 15J Pills, 5'iJ c.nts.'iLt !
Apply to BUTTON: & E.M 'KV. DRY-GOODS ;' \LS.-ll.1.: rtJIlHI""ll,. and '-'e. k' -
p. : t\ !are si'pply[ of the very hot rma1itiec ot To the Ladies !-UI h... 1 ir>. I8w: :if!i if 1 stand in the city o; '1 altahftssi-e, kno" 115.
LlftUORi AND COSFJ.CIl0SAIi.T.-Hi IV- I dll1'l tllfl'ic. ; i

.t J .-, o.f gwod eating ami tlriuK'Pz i k are i invited i tn cal! \Vhiteand : und Teeth, are both .m ornament and a Storage, aid Cuiunussiuii .c. BOOTS&SHOES Is.ja-iteis of Ocu-btr Hotel.th It'n.'t ilis' ;'will s.'d h ot'p.ei .Ui to: '

ftiidee jr :Micm lv On.'Joh; ) } !1.7 -. I lltf I blessing. The best security for their advantage is to b9 pr"t trrj ? renifu oi> rea
,1 und r..i,i.tii has h.11"1.A. ai.Ie terms. THO.V: AS'BALTZELL.
_ T f.iund: in the use of tltelJRl1.'lSll THE larfe and cun\ nuni \. are- L1FAL;, .\tDt .
X j ll.E.-Ail i persons ii-t\in<.. L1WI'J, d 11111'.0 aII..t! nd Cotton sheds, and is pri t.ar..d to re- READY-MAu 343m t-" Reiesx'tci!
a ; .1'1 !ue estate of DtviJ Davidson dc(eav d, are re- JjmSLPTIC DEJVTIFRICL.This < ivc GOODS, COTTON other prouuce on Stor- CLOTHING.Als 1trVE: Authorized '. ttth

I Qll\ -..J 10 oresrnt tlum to the afJmnstr.uor, who is elegant 'J ooth I'owder with a try little Use a;.c &c. a small dssortnunt ot to uiinoot

I nov ready to pty jver a dividend arabe! to the a;- predicate the curvy in the :gi.m. and preventthe accumulation Cotti-n Stond, sold or shipped, and all Commission Col. JOSEPH M U'HITt.. a Candida.e to reprw, [

,i S'Ch, which ;he h is recriveu.V .1 Kf
Lit i .v)rtl2itli l-:;n.J 3jSw lo.isens the teeth. and accelerates their decay. 'I he i jiubhc paiixiiuge. KD W ARt :EIXAS.laguIJIW .. __"'' Ui.\r\V\U I EL.-iheabor: : !P
__ __ ___ Dentnhre thud removes the prexailing causes of affen- .' ( clobtr 16, 1832 9tfAL'U I Crockenjicare and 6 yicure, took- :2':) d esta-.L.iimcnt,formerly un&.nieuJdiuc useLse

l't-J JCL.-AJ> n.c s ,.(rriiw wjli s'-.t/rny kavi-tti sive breath preserves the healthiness and lloriiness of ION ing gtiibses etc. etc. : : .. :. of 'ol. Mandel i5.t.n !,
l all iu'icbi linn ', SAL1.Tlte ,
'tty, persons t>) ;u : niv.tid subscriber hll\'ingJoca- ..
I \ the gums and renders the teeth beautifully white. L('( the accomu: uation f f theufltoi p'.i
"- ci t id Millie their acc'iynin, and th"'iM: Laving demands Price 50 cents. hnnstif in 1 all!(iiias:ee, j'lOj'usts to do a genial Together WHit many other articles which they otTer iln. ca; e and! rnana:eiueut of Mrs.BE1.n.? .
I will please to then: tt"-<.unts i\iiln>uiJtluy. rominiss.on business, regular ale for sale on the most reasonable '" .
present KJ' None are genuine unless signed on the outside and days, Tuesday terms for cash or ap.prov..d .- January ifrh: I I 1S3.>. .!' th
< JOHN BALDWIN. Saturday. credit, at their new store Monroe-sireei
then le Tallahassee.
I April 20th l l33.. 33'f printed wrapper. by proprietor. T. K1DDKR, lie will also attend to administrator and other saks i ATXYETTE'S TOWN>H1P.-'Ihe aubr- f
mmrdiate'pujcessorto Dr. W. T. l'on..Y.-i m the ROBERT[ 24if I..41er, hating, been appointed the agent <>f Gtr. [ '
country. J. HAl ULEY. _r __ : ;c.
t.\\-YURh.-"r' For sale his
F Ml bnjt LAKINA at Counting Room, orer No yy, Court Man 23d: Id33. NEW s TOKE Li11L1J'-Ull", lU uisp"St ot hIS lanis in I

:\! -chr. W1LLIA .1 J iC'n Street, near Concert Hall Boston and also by his special 33tf to receive proposals for the chase of iOnUaUri'1 any{pt'*, : w

\ .t are daily: tXj'CcteJ; fi rl Ne-w-York.] appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (No ii) LOOtA'l' I IN QCJiNCY. not less than ant fief ion, o' te general's towns.lanJ. ., .. 0

J 4 ndr nTurn caigo, aie pr .ii-sirily cnney Druggist. I THIS ,. About 5000 ucre.s in tn sotrh west qunr"

t t Ed Y, I. 'viiI !IH\R immcdia'r ill..y.iich.; For Tallahassee_Februaiy24th 1>?31. 27ifT BtlU-.Mi i.'itLts'1 la\t reeeut-.i by the TilE : .>cnbtr a .:0 ji.lL ieu c\. U lro:,. lailahassee the township, is rC.t.r\ed ir-ni sa, '. The ten t.
JL" ute; anivuls tn-iu Ntw-Voik and is now opening at the corner store furnurly occupied sale will be cash, rr one fourtu m c tsh,and the rei
freg"t < a lew bait sot"o.jttnn or j'j; ;ijt, anply to Baltinwre a
L II.\nolla: A.nU'U.i'| : 35.f: J. (". \. -Vi HUI .r: To those afflicted with Corns. l large supply t.f Jrtih drugs q'c., which will be sold low I l Hubs by Messrs established. j. & B. P. Petty, and opposite Mr>. in annual instalments, satisfactorily secured, wtttertst

- HE: celebrated Albion Corn Plastei ailbrdsinstant 'for cash, or appro\cd credit. / Irish it di\tinctlYllndtr- long ami well known hotel, : on me amount t f cacti ms'.am.tnt fn-m tti, j e

,I HE LJN1 lt I:' :\: ti.-i he B ,< l lu arc ojen for relief, and at the same time dissolves and draws lllvdtlJulmy nttdicmes vrt warranted good-and may in A LARGt ; KD GENERAL of sal:',-Ti.is towhshipof land atj! 'intnj; ihe tffTalKUiasste .J e

'I1Ji 1 I LttJtripL1oz(> to the htO"k ol th.* luaj uthJ11 inpur tlC Corn out by the roots without t tire I least pain. Ill.casu 6t returned ic.'un their quality is not eniintu sa- AJID atti { ; and, in reference toloiau'ty, heal: ,-
-. I :rancc: (If tli.j a-t of the I ;gi.tlime council J in Cr.ltrIric&TE.-'I'o tho e afflicted with Corns tisfailorly Iv Iht purcht.ur.Ani'iitre UllI ness of climate, ft.iluy ana aiiaptiori: of soil 10

1 Tall ,!hiss/ee eiehtcui hu-vii'-d: shorts h .vc already: their feet. 1 do certify' that I haiv used the Albion Corn oo ,I'tlclt S Tt t'l i\'I',1 '-Row AN D TONIC .IIX- /S'i'iFLL iiclc, (UbiS. culture of sugar, anu cotton is ulteq l.\It'l1: by anj' .

,i :en subscribed". Aj' ::i 20ih 18 n. 3.t Planter, with complete SUCCCSH. Before I had used one TURL-which: is rci'itkiiiud l.y the proprietor to be A Which arc in partas folio s-- i.tit-si fashioned and best er township ot land in the Ten .ry ot Florida.ROBEKT .

_1)1 FREbU DKUU>,-L.ARDENKKDS; I ho.x it completely cured a Corn which had troubled me 3AFE AND LrKKCrUAL REMEDY FOR THE FEVER: AND quality dunce and oil c..lolt.c,1 t'ali..lIcs-SCPU'ISE \\'. \\ ILLU..lli!, -:
I make this for the OtE. E. B. PERKINS. CLOTHS AND C4SHSF.TTS-n ad made Tallahassee, October 9th 1 32. *
; received a full of Ffith ,l'or many years. public benefit of ) clothing;, Marino ;
r supply Drugs and
A k JUS $. those afflicted with that panfulcomplaint.VM.: I Tallahassee. October 30th 832. lltft..AL1',1J shawls and handkerchiefs, silk unit flag do., ,FASHIONA i! ;JCr The Southern Recorder, Georgia ; th? f| '

i : 3 JGO( LiNnnETHu' \ SHAW. BLE BONNETS, with Uack uslru li fealbersand rich ribbons I m>,na EnqUIrer, Virginia ; the Columbia TtlexfjCarolinia _-;
GARDEN &. will be received
Flushing, L. I. Feb. i>8." proposals until the Jrsl for trimmings wIth a ; the Baltimore Republican MarvlanJJfashrille '. F
FLOWER STEP. !: variety of other articles -
JJEKB, AND O8NSON'FATC.T BAR day 1" June next, for building and too Conner
j POWDER. PRICE, 50 cents a box. keeping in repair tfuioiH to tRiimcratc. Tennessee, will insert the ali :
I.ET..GO F.RMN LEteii. KNGLISH for the term of five enf
,;' AMERICAS i OOTH Bni'Mik.XO; KINDS ur MEM. jfoA& DR. lU.LF'8RU IATIC PILLS FOR FE. over the bin OcilLi river,years at the, a flat-ford causeway 10 and miles bridge GROCERIES &C. I their\erliscment for four weeks in su, .-:ion, and for' Uni:

-t : Lo;tNGt, \JATNAHD & :OTE'S INK, ANt INK POW MALES.: -They purily( the Blood. quicken its circulation of Monlictllo. The will be east accounts to this officefnrpayi.k_ fift

I :: DEa .--ro.s- A IXE*, PKRFUMERI, &.(. &c. asuiHt the suspended operations of nature and area built of earth and supported causeway by wood required if to be as also in the grocery uric, JUSt rcctiviil irom r- G ROC RIE AND PKUV1SIO>S recen .. .
( leans
f ALSO.-A SIn.\lllot Guinea Grata seed, which wil general remedy fur the prevailing complaints among 500 yards lun 12 feet wide at bottom and necessary 1U ) fine flour in addition to his old stock, hams and sides,sUper- t. M.lrks.-Kl'rr and 'lurgts hauling Ie .It
icet while
be sold' low for cash or appioved' credit. the female part of society.The Pills are particularly wide on top and averaging 3J feel high with! leaf-Jard.' ed from N. York, Charles ton and Xew-<)rlear.'. Tree

E. B. PERKINS. efficacious in the Green Sickness. Palpitation of the in the centre 80 feet long, and 1C ket wide., bridge GOSHEN CHEESE AND BUTTER. have on had 450 sacks ground Li veipooUalU ICIi F,

I T.illa'tass.'e, m.iirh 2J. 1S33. 28tf. Heart. Giddiness, Short Breath. Sinking of the Spir Bond and approved security, to be named in the Best quality of Havanah green coffee, sperm candles, rels superfine flour : 50 ditto mess and prim F.__ _
r its, Uej.'c iun lAnd Disinclination to Exercise and Society will be required of the undertaker the proposals very fine smoked Scotch herrings pippin apples irish p 8000 pounds bacon sides: 1 0 ho-sheads Orlears

: .ISTOKJBAGE. .Niarried ladies will find the Pills! equally useful except ful performance of the work. The proposals to faith be directed polaloes, old coginac brandy, do. Holland gin, Jamaica, 9 ditto molasses: 10 barrels pilot and navy brea4_ t4teirces

in case of pregnancy, when tbey must not beta to A. 13. Sheehe, Monticello, spirits fleet as imported, old apple brandy, Monon rice: 66 bags Ila\anna coffee: 10 bo1ts 01!
_ ; 4 I addition to ins old ware-house the ken ; neither mUll they be taken by persons of hecticorct'usumtiehabits. (proposes). Any persons disposed post paid to, and undertake endorsed -- hela whiskey 7 years old. Which together with a va-- candles: 5 barrels sperm oil: 2 ditto linseed d .
Price $1 5U a box riety of other articles constitute lino train ditto : 20 ditto old 11
subscriber hab erected do well lo ( the a complete monongahela
; l i recently spacious build uainine place. The assortment _____
_ ; ALSOThe celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache be the money and is well calculated to suit the inhabitants 30 ditto common ditto: St. Croix and Orleans e
> Hit 8U by Cti feet, lorrece-ivin cotton and & oods. to paid when work is completed, and received of Quincy _
\fOTilV \l' ARTY. Pills, which give immediate rel.ef.: without the least t by the commisskmeis. and its vicinity. Holland and common gin : brandy and f wine: rs
;' I St. Marks, December 27th 1831. 19tf injury to tha Teeth. On trial this will be 'found one of The work to be commenced when the undertakershall The highest prices will be given for COTTON SCGAR, nails, assorted Seizes : iron and castings : \h i1

the bcst remedies known for thu complaint. Price 50) be notified by the commissioners and finished HIDES, 8BINS, FURS, AND ALL OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE. gether a general assortment of articles in the ::

PURS CANT to a warrant to us directed by N. cents a box, within three months: Prouided, The rise, of the JA lESG. ELES. and dry-goods line, they offer at moderate p.ictsJ.- .

) esquire, we have this day, after being: None is genuine unless signed on the outside prin, shall pet. render it iisipraciicable.' water _December Isl 1832. 15tf. iCP Cotlou; hide and produce. will be [ ,.; )>
I fiibt duly sworn for that |purse; proceeded to the: ted wrapper by the sole proprieton T. KIDDER GEORGE. JOHNSON prices. .."f. e !

; 3 t valuation ot the following cattle taken up by Nathan immediate successor to tha late DrV.. T. Conway ELIAS EDWARDS, 1 V- Storage < Commission Bussiness.Wliil'W. | )TICE.Benjamin Byrd has disposedoh : : Fo

_ Byrd as strays : dark: brindle steer, with the lower For Bale at l his Counting Room. o\er No. 9 J. Coin: A. B. SHEEHE, I JL' of goods, and being desirous t? blsb ; rea.

_ I t half of the tail, right land-foot and! belly w lute, mark. street, near Conceit Hall, Boston, and also by his special LEROY HOLT, j I i to a speedy close, requests till persons bring i inl1tbud Fo
ed with a crop, klit lull underbit in the appointment by (No 5, eStC
right ear, and ) DARIUS WILLIAMS. J JrrUlE J 1 to call and settle their respective debts !imrn
appeibit and hole in the left, branded 26, aged nine E. B. PERKINS. and hopes thai all concerned will prompt8 _, ng e

4: years, valued at $9. i VI ugltiit. subscribers have just received fn.m N. York to this notice. He has left hand pay few of reas
'i A red with : Tallahassee, fljarch 17 1831. J. a large and fa ,ru uuscribers on a _
steer a white the 30tfJ. general of are
forehead assortment now
spot on some velvet,blue and erecting a Large and steel saw cotton gins, which will be sold Iowconsignment. 1' d
} I white on the belly and hind fool, the same mark and G. & N. HAlU..lIto black cloths, blue black, Russian greui, drake neck, JL commodious Ware-House, with a Patent Cotton jiM, ty
brand as the above 6 valued rich plum and st el, mixed dative Press for the of Fa!
age years, at S6. jusi received from sup superior black, pui pose packing cotton and skins and
New.Orleans ,
t Two other steers m.uked with a swallow fork in thc HAVE andoffer blue, striped, diobilseh, mixed, lontay, green COpper compressing Cotton for shipment, it will be in E. s. ROBERTS, & coT iIANUFACTURERSOF

m1 right car, upper and under slope in the left, branded I 50 Bbls. old whiskey mixed, nulilying, brown. Mixed, green and union mix tion in a short time. They are now opera-- ) %5M red aPL.1IN

_ L P, one a red brindle, with a frosty bush tail the 100 Fine Kentucky bagging, ed eassimers, lattinetts, black silk florenteen, tnclbh chase Colton or make liberal advances on Cotton o- TIN dXD J.IlPP.dJ-t.\ED rrJ For
_ ;i other white wiih! red head neck silk vesting, fancy do. do- red with them for _
shoulders and feet water silk brown do. shipment to in the
100 Cuils bale rope, figured Their any port U. S. A .A AND will at all times have on hand a gc J
- do. black oti
t and a red spot on the right thigh, the age of ePch, 6; 50 Bbls. new flour silk velvet, plain and figured drab, bea- charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the sea- fIortment to supply merchants ao J -
valued ckhat 6 Te,itied this vcrleen, blue hair camlet. son, which they do not country the
1 years, 16th day of 10 Hhds. Bacon, goat Leather caps, pattent exact if they become the pur- ale dealers, on the most favourable termS; 't ,
fi :; January 1833 !by R'.C: HARD TAYLOR. 20 Sacks coffee, silk suspenders, gloves, beaver hats, velvet,bombazine chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels el' 1 ith a general assortment of block-tin, brittal ent, :
JOHN CASON. state right and silk sticks, bandaners& silk gnged to freight for them to New .
50 Bbls. Rum, BlIP handkerchiefs Orleans, New York. nter-w.1 res, at their store in Monroe-st. J'1I"1 For
I i GEORGE E. DENNIS. ren y.madt coats pantaloons and Charleston,and they will
200 Sacks Salt and vests, lin engage to 4tf
I I certify that the above named Richard Taylor, John. 15 Boxes tobacco en shirts, figured and plain bosoms, collars made after to those places as low as any vessels in the tract.! __ Y. in

tt Cason and George E. Dennis, were duly sworn by me- 10 begs do. the laic fashions. All of which are offered for sale to and no charge will be made for lightcring oC Cone HLUUNT'S STEEL SAW.CUTTO!* d th

It !4 for the..purpose jAc mcnti.fned. Magnolina, November 6th 1832. our friends and customers, on the most reasonable ifshipped by them. J. G. & N. IIAMLE.l1a !. 'HE Subscriber has an assO ._ zn t
16 -.33 1'. B. terms. The subscribers are also noli8, Oct. 9, 1832. .R_.
Jan FLSOM, J. p. provided with good 8t1I Blount's best Stell Saw Cotton Gin, mt
T# A true copy from 'the record*. B LANK BILLS OF LADING-Neatly workmen, and will make up clothing at short notice' BUSHELS less, from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be oM*

?*- .A.UeII.. M'UAENY clerk. printed, and kept for sale at this O ice. after I'ioTetnbu tjie latest 2Oth fashions.. R. B. & J. B. BULL. JlOO rialelow if applied of ground for alum salt It 2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day JI

f 14tf guoLiAAU13! immediately. y next to good reaponsibIepurcha.se'i .J
ilti JoItf .Ti.G.&N.4g
N MagnoUa, May 1832. 41tf "-'UP