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

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THE=- FLO 1C I > 11 abrottb\London F For.r the the thirty and salaries expenses Paris thousand,of four of the dollars.thousand intercourse agents for dollars.'.claims with -,the A at



Mediterranean
-== powers, twenty four thousand
"LAISSEZ NODS FAIRE." four hundred dollars.

For the relief and

m'rJ11n... waILQ c4 .... protection of American
seamen in
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: foreigc
: '
: --cm.- countries
r r:: !.Q.1LLA1n.o.Q: gTITA. mAlr 'I thirty thousand
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[BY AUTHORITY.] g 11119 l1 I 'IJ' iTP IrY aSV'n"f a dollars.
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tAWS- OF THE UNITED STATES PASSED AT TilE bounty land scrip, six thousand dollars. : For the contingent expenses of foreign in*
( For the office of the First |II graphical Bureau, including the purchase o f thirteen thousand tercourse thirty thousand
SEI-'OND: SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND Comptroller, in- I books right hundred and fifty dol l dollers.
CONGRESS. eliding expenses for printing, one thousand repair of instruments, ene thousanc 1 lars. To satisfy a claim presented by his Majesty
two hundred
-- [PCBLlcNo.17.J three hundred and fifty dollais. :For the and eighty dollars. For completing the building for the :Mint at the King of Sweden, on an account injuries

.A\ ACT making appropriations for the Civil For the office of the Second Comptroller, services of a lithographer, and th e Philadelphia, and machinery thereof, eleven sustained by subjects of the said Government
ne thousand expenses of the lithographic in the
and Diplomatic expenses of Governmentfor dollars. press of the Wai r thousand dollars island of St. Bartholomews, by an illegal .
For the office of the first Department, seven hundred and fifty dollars, For l act of the
Auditor compensation to the commanding
officer
the year one thousand eight hundred and eight bun For Governor, Judge, of he U.
Jrcd dollars. compensation to the clerks.in the Ord and States of \
three. Secretary of the Michigan Territory, seven Sleep) 'al Erie, in the one
year
thirty
For the office of the Second nance Office, two thousand nine hundred and I thousand hundred thousand eight hundred and
eight
Ue it enacted by the Senate: and House olRepresentatives t hundred Auditor eight fifty dollars. dollars. thousand twenty three, five
dollars. For contingent of the six hundred and sixty-six dollars and
of the United States of Amer For expenses Michigan

ica in Congress assembled That the follow For the office of the Third Auditor, one hundred contingent dr liars. expenses of said officecight Territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. sixty-six cents.

be, and the same are hereby thousand dollars. For For compensation and mileage of the nem- Washington Irving, late Secretary of
ing1ms appropriated For the office of the 'Fourth eompensatioMo the clerk in the officeof hers of the Legislative Council Legation at London, for an
to be paid oat of any "Unappropriated Auditor, one the pad, cf the arrearage on account -
.thd'Freasnry, viz : thousand dollars. Surgeon GeiVal, u/eveu hundred and officers of the Council, t fuel, stationery, an of his Cervices as Charge d'Aflaircs,
in dollars.
fitly
money For the office of the Fifth printing, seven thousand and far one quarters the alt
'owIn
For compensation to the President and v'ce'Prc,1dent Auditor one thou For three hundred and salary, c es ford
of the United States, the sand dollars. contingent expenses of said office, four ninety two dollars. his return to th<* United States, 1.:le thousand
Secretaryof
hundred
For the office of the Treasurer dollar r For compensation > the Governor eight! hundred and thirty three dolur: and ,
11
State, the Secretary of the Treasury, theSfferetaiy of the U. S. For y Judges, eigh
seven hundred compensation to the clerks in the and ty five cents.
dolJns.For office Secretary of the Arkansas
JV.tr, tho of the
of Secretary Navy, of the Territory, seven
and tbc-J'ost master General thousand the office of the Register of the Treas Quartermaster, General, two thousandone thousand eight hundred dollars. To Gerrp'j W. Slarnm ( 'onrl.r; ..r( :'f IT.
sixty hundred
+ three thousand and fifty dollars. For States ai Iiu.i..o
du ll lars. ury dollars. pay and mileage of the Legislative lyrt"on actxutit c'. iliplo-

For cfc.rks and messengers in the office of For the office of the Commissioner of the hundred For contingent dollars. expenses of said office, six Council of said Territory six thousand nine John naticCIVKV.* a+ thai f pr?.iV'., rV.iu ''he d,Mth of
General 31.
Lund Office hundred and forhtti'i' the -iriival
tju dollars. ul Fr.mewlylifw
ninety
thousand
the Secretary of State, nineteen thousand four : dollars./
hundred dollars. For printing parchment, ind other n- For the salary of the superintendent and For contingent expenses of the Aikan as I ( h.i'ge d' Affair. ol the L. S. from

ses of the General exp watchmen of the northwest the fourteenth June, ...
executive ferritory three 0. thousand
Land ,
building huncmu'and eight hun-
For clerks, machinist, in the Patent office, Office, during the ciiiht hundred fi'ty dollar dred
one thousand ; and fiftp dollars. For and thirty-one, to the
year filth
eight hundred compensation to the Gov( .. ot June, tHt
five: thousand four hundred J dollar and thirty For lour, .liidgc. :,
f-vo, expended above the contingent expenses of said and Secretary of the thousand eight hundred and ,.
For incidental and continent of amount of the building, F'urdi;; : i Yrrny, mclu thi.ty-tw our
appro
expenseseParlifVnt priation for such including fuel labor, oil. furniture ding addition tl thousand eight hundred and ..,
'lo
of veil
repair :
expenditures ; coinucu.-iti i
the 1J of State, including! the ex- in that yea, 10 the tuo Judges '

pC'lhC of pufolMiMig' : and distributing the laus, three thousand one hundred and fifty eight three buildingsand thousand : ( .,( 'II -un; ground: I', undei the ,.1t of tu 'niy+ sixth May, on.- j To John Randolph Ciay, ."ecre; o1.e-
dollars one bundled Cation at t.
and doll! thousand
thousand dolhrs. forty cents. us. eight hundred' and th Pcterabmg, as < nut .:, an OD
treaty-live at Ni i
rty chi
For
'. For compiling and printing the Biennial For compensation for extra aid, during one completing the f we on i't>nu-o'h'mia / nil/Jdl.d dollars t'..eh, twelve thousand one recount of his ...ervic,* as' ;'h: .'<' d'r1 IKh

thousand hundred avenue, one thousand two hundred doi-.tr hundred l duilar-,) one year seven niontn ,
hundred dollars. eight and thirty-three the I "'iI I ? .nd f \ days, -t'\ n
Better eighteen in
i issuing For the fitting the basement For thousand ;and two huuoieil ...
!
military land up do .
Totnablcthe Secretary of State to settle scrip and patents founded the J'IOmi of I e Hlingfrif exju rises of the Florida :

the accounts for t preparing and superintending I on Virginia. military surveys and on private executive building occupied: by the \* .tr I 'i Vintry.. ifn. r. honor d .-nd hfty dollar... I To Cyrenius Hail!, a rr-ide'. '.. *,l t' Upprt t. 'nda -
Department f f ..
" claims ; examining' and t.r the preservation: oj' .. J or c tn tnc sum of rive th; us.lII.j litr h d
> + (
the printing of the revision of the former es adjusting the accounts and the {girl : I /ecr.string and mili-aie of the me tu- u. "r
the of surveyors general ; and occupation ot cieiks( tau thol-.ll1.t: ;,erot tilt tiTislativi doll try, (being the \aiue c, t >: cllo! .'nr.. he
tiinatcsol, population of ihe United States, writing and {' rfire f hundred t Louucilf rlonda,
three hundred d,+llars. ding patents for lands sold!, four thousand dol dollars.F'or I ;,a Y of ollirois t and servant.ol' the council, properly of the said( n: li. smzfi and lit-el. d

For completing the publication of the Di- lars. tI I compensation to the giggles and mes- fu1!, -stationery: ', pi innr.ji, und distribution o- I iliy the Collector of th' put of i,.nice, in ... 'iiuky -

clan atir Correspondence of the United States, I For compensation to seven clerks employed sengers; thin in ihe olluv: of he I Sr.:-ret.ry of thNavv the l.tus, :-even tfiuuud five hundred doll.rs.! + bay, in the ye.ir eighteen hundred udeventeen
in "*cn thousand which
to the fourth 01'larch, onp thousand sevhundred en writing anti recording patel ts for lands sold, six dollars. nve hundred and eigh 1 Fur :omp> nsation to til" Chief J-i.-tice. the was ordeied by a derrf of
: ty
and by the United States, in continuation associate Judges, m district Juu the district;: court of Uh.o lo be retort ,i. it
eight) nine, in addition to the : of the For ;;es of th''
EUIU heretofore: appropriated, tuo thousand appropriation made for the same object last thou-and contingent expenses: of sdiJ attics, three i r I1I1f'd ,t lk.., El =hty.ooe ihousaud four hun-1 which, previously to .ud c.1f. rt e, had a
dollars. 1 ;lost,) with interest .
: jaad fifty dollars. year, seven thousand dollars. cir- tI dcllrtrs.r (ill/ th ': o
For contingent and incidental of t For a deficit of last Jear's appl opriation for the 1. or compensation t' the Commissioners, of r For llip salaries ot Chief Justice and Judges three hurJdr u dollar! n.uu iht t n

expenses the same object f for the Navy Board, tin tiouanu live of the Di-trict day of August in the hi.i ,_
the Patent office, t to thou>and one hundred month of December, dollars. hnndie d{ ; tt f Colnrnnia, and of the: year eighteen d
four hundred and : Jt'l 1'S OJ; the and sev-i teen tIll the eiiht da i-f Jann
end seventy-live dollars. eighty one dollars lind'si.\t For ; Urphans CourU ot the! :said > y,

For the l1pl"i i'll'ndellt: and watchmen of the seven cents : Provided, That no part of t tin-) compensation to the Secretary of the'! District, nine tnoosmd l five hundred dollars. eighteen hundred .nd twenty one ; ana ;

appropriations herein Commissioners of the .'\ Board I h or nsution .rtnor ..ntere 011 ihr :aiii ;au.n, thuc.i
noithrn-t executive: building made for the General IVY Uo th u.1 'ompf to the \lInrn. C ..u..1 : nom -

and nYtv dollar-I eight hundred Land Office, shall be applied. ) or cXnf'ncl..rJI .t:.,,- sand <101lar:". .I of th" U Icy:.,| M Ire>, four thousand -- -
m .uv *i For
and on account of i compensation to the clerks| i i'or thirty-one, tnl a Resolution drau-It omjien-ation to the clcre p
] or euII1IIlgeLll'1i't{ 11-tJ: of said 1.11'the Senate < in .h.- oriie
building, passed the man, and mc-sen-ier, in i the! Hkv ,, of site To the clerk in the '
e.nployed
ini ludin" t fuel lahor, url repairs of the buildin. twenty-eighth day ol Febrnai v one IIl1s..ioner., f!she I'''fJl- Attorney ifeiierai, eiget hundred dol JJepartm it
of of State
..N three thousand three hundred and thousand ei,;ht hundred and twenu-thiee, reqUiring the! Navy Board eih.: thousand:: I 11 rs. as a translator of for, ign languages,

r, dollar-: d lifty maps to bo prepared de-iijinatiiig: r thelon (--- lour For hundreo and fitly dolk, Fo- a messenger in aid office, five hundred: ii addition to th, salary now pjovided by i.r.v,

by discriminating contingent of II do.lars. -ix hundred dollars
expclI'o. the
colors
i orc-jinpcnsaton to the clerks and the land sold, nffie of
messengrr the land the Comm onrs tf| the,|, FUr r To the Jerk{ in the
granted to the lVly 1.0'lIlJ employed Department
States contingent
in ,
the ulTk-e, of the Seen.tarofthtt Traa :or internal unpron'mpntoi OIJ'- expenses of said otKce, five }
,: thousand eight hundred doil.ir. .if Mate as Aiieut or Av.couat-i
donations tiUtioredolhrj.
,
ajditioa
url. MVU-eii thousand; t five to individual.- ; ; m ohe
hundred and military
' d ,lt.rs. sixty: i 'runt.', and private claims confirmed by the For the salary of the sups-rintendent/ 0:f site J.I or compensation to the repo'tcr of the de- alary now provided uy law, three bundled

For (;o\.e 1 fill1C'nt. southwest executive 6uildu.,. and the ci.--i n1.1 the Court dollar per annum.
u-utdi- supiemc
compensation to the first one thou ,
of, the i'rcn-urv.: three thmmnnil i fiv Comptroller For tho uflic.e.of Solicitor jf thf' T.,1. --- "-.' men.., eight..hundred. and fifty'c1ol"rs.;: uollary.Fur an lo iiHlcnifiiiy& Captain: Daniel urns'i o t InC
hllllelru) _. ..
*' hull rtruU '
i.-u .-
dollar -r-.t ,' .. United :
dultdiS P.XD"n:p" I. .1 1.:1.,:__ r* '''p''n.-t..,.... 'n. 'Knotne :'lttlJlu.. ,, Stalev. "''/ -- ftu eycivt'Vinjr *- t)* oa.
For translation, and InPludng fuel, labor, nil, re ) ino: ; the i 1'teht>Janus' ;
; } arts tj Jijr.h.i Jim-stfr .
u
: uJ
F"rt'omrt'II..1ton; to the cjc-rks and inesnsna transmitting passports ,; and IIIJIdl'j.:, :> granlt-d ny lau iot-iuo'in_ suite his
and sea letter, three hundred onges improvement' 0the itKi"e in the s(-v- ral from j\eu hark tw Curaroa
order
fs In the otlice of the First f Comptroller .lljid. grc.uudthrce ls eiritones, twelve thous.uio by of
Bji'Wn: thousand one: hundred dollars. i For stating and printing the public accounts For thousand three huiid. d and Hft/dollais! :seven hundred dollars. the aecretaiy of the Navy, in the joe.lruuo

fur the year one thousand compensation to the tau A.Mstjnt Pst. F or defraying the thousand eIght hun+!,'eii and
For hundred tvvent.
the eight and e.\pt tlsles ot the f.gntl
compensation: to Second (. { Supreme :
.omplrolvr masters General
and thirty three, fi e thou ud dollar ". ourt, and iJi I'l"n hundred and ei,
d the Ticasury turce thousand dollars. one thousand three handred. For irict L curt, of thL netted atutc.s uiy tau dollars :\'Lut1
G i
For doll.us. compeiisat on to the errs k, and inchiuing; he District of t'lght cent?.
coinpon-satioo to the cieiks n.s nlumbia! ui.o fui
,
and telex i ,in the ; To
office indeintiifv
sensors
: etajcr in the ot1i'e: of the >eeond Comptrol For compensation of superintendent and gal o th r P.Brllrf, -tt-r G.-Me- jiiiors and witnesses, m aid of the luiid- unsing of Capt. George VVashmgton Storcr -

1 ler leu thousand loui hundred wall hmen of the southeast executive forty-one thousand ont :huJr.-d) '),,']hr", = loin tines, penalties, ants lorfeiture me United states Navy, K lr the expense( .Jf
,
and fifty dol building Foi additional in- iccomniodaiis ComuiOitine David
!
el !
eight hundred and rk-hin' in tilt l> curled in the l'tnerCh.4i
Jars lift .
I ) dollars. 0.t ofl'ic. year lt33:: and +;l"Atiairs t of te :
preceding United
l I For c'-ntingciit Department during ,h- jvir, Oil", thllll,, .nd ami, likewise: for years; bonrd : Mate.. at (;OIt:1tJiU..t, ie,
expense.of said the til l tit
*r defraying the
I'.utcd
comp'-nsation to the First Auditor of building, eight hundred ,. expenses o.: Malts: :,1.J1' bost-.i gad, .
and ;
I'I'F ] three thousand three hundred thirty u,4 and thoo- Hits in ulnch the United fur the
one
TrpaMirv, three thousand dollars. and fifty dollars. sand state are oft tern- exj-etise ol conveying Uun-ge .PuUrl. ct'ii-
hundred
compendium: to the clerks and I For compensation to the clerks and messengers eight and Ihil>-two. beyoiri t the ed ; and of prosecutions. tor ofleacts com ul of the United states at 1.'auttrs, fr>,!. jt*.>rt

Ii ; ?, tbe tlix of the I Fir-t: Auditor messonor thir- i i in! ih offii-c of tho Secretary of War, annual hundred appropriation, thirty ,cur Ihousand for.r, mitted! a<;am>t the lUItl'd States, and for (he.xafe :Alalion: to 'fanciers: ; and vl'tuue: } to+r ..i .utetio -

le{ n thou Jnc.1 muc t wenty-two thousand six hundred and and seventy eight :,'.-. I k, ejiing; of pri-oner-, t two hundred mt Kbfiie/ci iiidijvvay, consul \)1'tIle U. ". at
hundred I
and
dollars. fifty .
For contingent 1'ripoli, in !If f, iivc hundred dollars.
Foi dollar expenses ol said office tuenttivc lliousanu
dollar.
coinpensat.on to the Second Auditor of van thousand live hundred se- I i-ur i To Michael, Hogan, the sum of
thouand
the Trcas For : Mlurs.! the eighteen -
of
in, three contingent payment
of the
thousand dollars. expenses office of the sundry pension -: .me hundred and twelve
For gran- dollars
For compensation} to the clerks and Secretary of it ar, three thousand dollars. superintendent/ of the huil! .ngs, ma tcu by trig l. te and pi exeht Govtirnuients: one In full/ tor diplomatic services rendered: ana rise lifty U.ct S.,.
> blanks
mesecnger king
in the ollke ot the Second Auditor- For booms, maps, and plans, for the War t watchmen up and and compensation to two i thou.-ctcd turee Hundred and lift* dollars. uI Chili, from the cightevntb day of SepteniU-r: ,

seventeen thousand lime, hundred Department, one thousand dollars. one laborer, SMUTCH hundred i'or the support and nuintenunce of light one thousand eight hundred and twenty-yiie to
For dollars For and forty dollars. house, 1 uvrntr. -sisth of March
additional or floating tights, beat one thousand eijrhi
compensation to the 'i'hird ten.poraiy clerk hire during our, buoys, and nun-
!
the 1 reasury, three thousand Auditor of I the )'ear;:) eighteen; hundred and For compensation to the Surveyor General! .: st.akeage.-, including the purchase of i II tired and twenty-four and from the twe.av-innth
thirty if
two ,
dollars. on October
in Ohio Indiana 1; c oi.e
For and keepers salaries thousandeig* t hundred aiiduven.
and Michigan ;
eighteen hundred and two thousand repairs and
compensation to the clerks and messengers thirty three, in ordur i do.'lars.:' and improve meat.-.. I tv-'rive, to M-cond May, one thousand hunre.l
in the office of the Third to carry into effect the act of seventh June, conting'-nf expenses, lo hundred and l[ null (:..irt.. one. eight -
For *
twentv one thousand nine hundred and Auditor eighteen. hundred pnd thirty two, grantiu; rev- said compensation: to the clerks in the officeof thirty one thousand; eight' hundred sari tilt} To George F. Brown Consular Agent at AU
fifty Purveyor dollars.
tuo
dollars. ,
thousand
olutionaiy pensions, twenty-four thousand and dollars. one hundred I g;iers, ulcer thousand three hu-iJred and sixty. X

For compensation to the Fourth thirty nine dollars. l' or tho salaries of registers and receivers ollars, l for his service to the twentieth February

7 the :Treasury, three thousand Auditor of For lnntinbstationerrent, and For compensation to the surveyor south of of lund offices where there are no sale?, two one thousanu eight nundud and th. K-three..
dollars.
expensesof For
For compensation Tennessee: two thousand dollars. thousand collars. purdlLt-c: of books fur the library of Con-
to the clerks procuring revolutionary records, ari.-ing live
,
thousand
and For press
in the office of the Fourth messenger under the aforesaid' five thousand dollar compensation to the clerks in the office For surveying the public lands, in fiHdition! For of dollars.
Auditor, of said tuo thousand to the payment preparing and printing the dolml'Jlts
seventeen For surveyor -
additional
thousaud (;Jerk hire seven hundred uiuxpeiidcd; balance (
01 former ; : ordered be
seven hundred messengers aj.oro0priations. to
punted Gait-s and
and dollars./ by Sea-
dollars. fifty I r I sevpnitthnni.'i... ..... --M i iuJ
tionery_ printing, and other contingencies -- "" I unl, filty; thousand
nf % *\M uwiiaio. doilais: under the <
w.e-
Fur. ,I'nrnn. _-_-* i the Tension c* --- -- I For compensation to the in Fur i tons and rt trrc-:
-vuipciisation: to the clerks Office for the present year, four surveyor Illinois Completing the survey of lh>- Lfaoctawi reservations as were con ta I ut.'d tit tiC.p-

senger in the office of the Fifth Auditor and mes- thousand dollars. And a commissioner of and MMSOUII, two thousand doiLrs. cession in .Mississippi i ) diul! Alabama, sixty I I rupriatioa tor< the same obj ct m the lvfessi.ia.:: .

thousand eight hundred dollars. ,tw f.l ve Pensions. shall be appointed by the President For compensation to the dt'rhR in the office/ five thousand five hundred dollars.! I i For the payment to Jon.tli.:, tl.u.i.: f;;r two
of said j jj;I m.t:it'd lift
For and surveyor, four thousand: For .. of J cop.es t>f the Dehaus
compensation Senate: : who shall receive eight hundred urvey private land claims on file
to the a salary of tw m Flo- I edeiai
Freasuier err j i Constitution:
the United of the and twenty dollars. rida, eight purchased by '.rdcr of the
States ty-live hundred dollars thousand dullars.
three which
thousand is hereby U I louse of
Representatives
For dollars. appropriated For bompensation to the For the :: of t.e Lt. S., by ti.eif
compensation to the clerks lie !shall execute, under the du ec- Surveyor General salaries of the District Attorney'r t ( siut nn of the e.gMct'iith
senger in the office and mes- tion of the. in Arkansas, one thousand five hundred Agents and Assistant sand February, cue thou*
:
of the Treasurer of Secretary of Uar,such duties in i lars. dol Counsel, and contingent ; eijjht hundred .u.d thirty-three tinge thou*
United the
States, -elation to the expenses in t lo ida, rive sand one hundptu
MX: thousand seven hundred various pension laws, as thousand dnlla r3. '' and twenty-five do linn*.

fifty dollars. and be prescribed by the president of the United may For compensation to clerks in, said office' For the salaries ot two keepers ol the pub- For two thousand copies of CoLh'o.l\I'lil:ll pur-

For compensation to the States, and he shall also have the privilege of one thousand eight hundred doJara.!) lie archives' in rlonda, one thousand dollars ffi chased by virtue of a resolution 'it the Uuu&e or
Treasury, three Register of the L For compensation to th.- For the epr ntati"'ts of twenty-fillli of
February ast
thousand dollars. 1 frankiug ; but this provision shall only con Surveyor in Ala discharge of such miscellaneous : one thousand dollars
bama
For compensation to the clerks and tinue until the expiration of the next Con For, two thousand dollars.: claims against the U. States, hot otherwise i For the erection of a custom house

I pengers in the office of the Register mes- gress. compensation to clerks in the office of f provided tor, as shall be Ascertained and adt i (:ivvn, Connecticut, four thousand at hi Middle-
of said eight ndred
Freasury<< the For surveyor, om thousand five nutted in due ( dt //ta
hundred
t-enty-four thousand two hundred compensation to the clerks and messengers lars. dol course ol settlement at the tre tsI j I ) rs.

I dollars.{ in the office ot the Paymaster Gene ury, tv give thousand dollars. For salary of the principal and assistant libra

For compensation to the Commissioner I ral, four thousand six hundred dollars. For compensation to the surveyor in Louisiana f 01 stationery and book tor the offices of, ri 'ins, continguent expenses of the libra ryai.dp.jf
I the General of including fitly four dollars Coinnns.sioucrs 01| Messenger, three thousand five
Laud For of Lo
I Jars. Office, three thousand dol- contingent expenses of said office, cents from ninetv-five- nstwelve. hundred dol- ; fifty dollars. hundred! a.d
three twent -first June t ars.
hundred dollars. > t i thirtieth June,
For
I For compensation to the clerks and the For compensation to the clerks and mes one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, For the fifth payment to Luigi Pensco, for hundred alteration dollars. and repairs of.the Capitol, five

lihe in the office of the Commissioner: messengers senger in the office of the Commissary Gene hundred by act of third March, one thousand gig ht two colt/ssal statutes for the Capitol, tour For the survey of the coast of the U. States
General of I and ,
Land ral ol Puichases thirty one, two thousand thousand dollars.
five Office, four thousand two hundred I filly four twenty thousand dollars.
hundred dollars. twenty thousand dollars. dollars ninety rive cent For the For the
salaries of
purchase
I For For of the ministers cf the U. ground occupied by the
compensation For compensation to the clerks in the f- States to Great Britain custom house at Key-West, four thousand
to the Solicitor; of contingent expenses of said: office, fire of said u France, Spain, Kusbia For dollars
I rea&ury, three thousand rive hu the eight hundred dollars. surveyor, by act of third March, and Colombia, forty-two thousand defraying the expenses at Sandy-Hook be.
For : dred dollars one thousand eight hundred seven I Long I ing to the U ailed States, three hundred
compensation of F'cr compensation to the clerks and thirty hundred and hve and
eDger in the the clerks and mes- in the office fifteen hundred dollars. one, tw'entY- dollars. nineteen: dollars, thirty-one cents.
of
office of the Solicitor tho Adjutant General, two thousand nine For t or the salaries of the secretaries of For the purchase of
ground
Treasury of the compensation lega occupied by the
the
three hundred to
thousand and fifty dollars. surveyor in FlorIda tion to the Cu stom! house
same at
nine Key-West four
thousand
pfty dollars. hundred and two thousand dollars. places, nine thousand dollars. : doUSe
I For i- or contingent expenses of said office, one For For the salaries of the charges des affaires For defraying the cxpeiibesof 'epairinga l build
compensation thousand dollars. condensation to the clerks in the ing at Sandy Hook l
office to
to
the Secretary of said Portugal, Denmark, :S" eden HollandTur belonging to the U. States: ,
commissioners of the to the For compensation to the clerks surveyor, three thousand dollar key ]ee hundred and nineteen dollars thirty-one
Wred Sinking Fund in the office Belgium, Brazil, Buenos cts.
and fifty dollars. two hn- of the Commissary General of For. compensation to the Commissioner of Peru Mexico Ayres, Chili, For the purchase of a building for the custom
I Subsistence Ceniral
For the the Public America, JNaples house at Castine Maine
buildings in and and
two repairing the
expenses of thousand nine hundred and Washington city, two same,
bll I other incidental stationery, priutin, and For fifty dollars. thousand dollars. Colombia sixty thousand ,siren hundred and eigh t hundred and fifty dollars.
N" and contingent expenses of said office twenty-nve dollars. 1 For the
including
the several contingent expenses For erection of a custom house at N. York
offices of the s advertibiug, two thousand compensation to the officers and Clerk For three ;
five hundred salary of the hundred thousand dollars.
Treasury
the be of the Mint dragoman to the 1 legation
pient following p art- dollars. ten thousand six
hundred dollars. J F
of
several the United States or compensation to the recorder
For sums, viz For to two conunis
the : 'iurkey, and fur *
i office of the Secretary of For compensation to the clerks in the office compensation to assistants in the sev tingem expenses of that con- stoners, and translator, fur the adjustment of pri
tt'i the eral)
| including Treas- departments tif legation, sx: thou-
of the the vale land
Chief Mint claims in Missouri
and
advertising Engineer ,
iBd acd two thousand nine of sand five hundred dollars. according to the act
>> extra
.
| sum of o ne thousand copying i hundred and fifty dollars. laborers employed in the various operations of For outfits of tho (.fhi ninth July, one thousand eight hundred and

pom this fund for clerk hire dollars applied For contingent xpenses'ftf the establishment, fifteen thousand dollars. United charges des affaires of the ty-two, eight thousand and fifty-five dollars,
laid States
iocidem lo Ibo and other cxpenp thousand dollars. office, one For incidental and contingent to Great Britain, Central America :seventy cents.

v issuing\ of wvoJmiootr: For repairs, cost of machinery, for expenses and and Colombia, thirteen thousand A five huu- J F or continguent expenses and office rent twd

tbewotingeot espouses of the 'I 'wwtae ID allowance for 'dred dollars. IIUI idred and fifty dollars.
gold. Wd siJvw cutup c of rho MiDI for J For the exPcrise of
contingent expenses of all the missions bringing to the scat of g w- ,
era went the votes for President i and Vice Presil : l.4 l.

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!even thousand five hundred and t\ cnty-I State of, Parliu.-lohl Randolph, in one of his' S\VITZERLAFf session of the Svis& In the House of Commons, March 19. :i

one dollars ahd seventy-cents. IiLoiiJnhAiiTI sketches in Telegraph, quotes the following lines; 1 Federal Diet was opened at Zurich on the.I. I 11th J COLONIAL SLAVERY. _

For the payment balances to officers of the old as descriptive of the stale of parties in Washington. in*t. ; and at this first sittingii i was proved, in the I On Mr.F.Buxton being called upon by the
direct tax and internal revenue being the balance | L has become e3ii' ,
As when a Barber and a Collier fight, most positive manner, that Switzerland Lord said he
S ; of an appropriation carried to the surplus fund, six .IWa mJl& nBW1) diametrically Alihrop had to request his honoun .
The Barber beats the luckless Collier white ; divided into two camps, opposn1 ble friend bring forward -
the
: thousand seven hundred dollars and twenty three.Cents. : SATURDAY each other in views and principles. A I lot mooon of whSi
In to
'I MORNING MAY H. comes a Dyer of cerulean hue, he had given notice, respecting colonial ?
And in his he manifesto was sent to the Assembly of Zurich, m slaver
beats Earner blue
turn the the
; at present mom nt.-.is ministers had *
For making good n deficiency in thc fUld:> for the Mr. Rerrien's4poinftnent.-Tlicparticstothe controversy the names of the Cantons of Un, Schwitz, U Iter- intiojj
Then comes a Brick dust man: with o'cr preddJ ted their intention of preparing
relief of sick and disabled fifteen tl1l rouge some 'J
seamen, usand6C'en Mr. Berrien's Neufchatel which the D'pu- measure
respecting appointment te the wald Basle and by
And beats the this he that the
hundred and dollars. Dyer until he beats him red ; subject, thought' hon. member
tifty office of heldalSclwitz co -
attorney general. hu'ingbeen changed by the ties of these Cantons, at a meeting '
The rallying Collier whirls his sark not do thing more advantageous to the
Forremoving obstructions in tht Savannah river empty any
'
4 and in obedience instruction lorn qu
1. of General
acting express
publication Call of extract from letter
of an Knocks down the Brirk oust and beats him black tion itself, than to postpone his '
being part the balance of an appropriation car- man declare that farhful: motion until '
:
their
iron ,
General Jackson in which his madein respective governments
tied U> the surplus fund, forty three dollars and statement, Black, white, blue, red, in rolling clou'ds are tost, to their oaths remain uniformity attache] to heard what were the plans HisMajesty'had ministel\ '
tus in 1829 is sustained the Presi. they .
f paper that in contemplation.Mr.
cix And in the dust the
combatants
cents. are lost the of the; 7th of August, 1815, which .
den did not know that Mr. Berrien in compact Buxton said that
was engaged no gentleman
Eorpreservingand enclosing the marine hospital I We can imagine no better description of a state of fixes the rights and duties of the members of the w
et Norfolk, two thousand hundred and the Florida Kuid cases at tne time that office was tendered in which conscious than himself that it would be far better
eight scvcmv parties evciy man has taken sumc other man :S confederation.ITALY. ( '
five dollars. to him," we deemed it our duly to appeal to the colour.-.1//tau dr G U.tt t. .-London, March 21.-The last letters t that this great question should be taken upbygQ7.ernment

For hospital 'furniture, beds and btiding, of the latter for n statement of facts. If General Cull, *it* from Italy announces tltat the discontent :In Pinl- than by any individual member of thai '

Hew hospital, one thousand doJla rs. the evidence of his innocence in his pocket, consi red SEVEN DAYS LATER :\ ENGLAND mont is increasing. The army, it is said, mortis i- house, and he was ready on the present njonjej* .

S For paying certain inhabitants of the late province it just to his own character to remain silent for four .i w- York, April 17.-At an early ;.hour thi j; fled at too active patronage, is not far from rev sit I to postpone his motion upon two conditions.1sr. :. {

4 if West Ffcjrida, now citizens of Louisiana I years under a contradiction reputed to be official l, rather morning we received, says the Courier and En -J 4))) -and it is added, that symptoms have been &ti-\\ That the ministers would he prepared vvithjp ,

\ find Mississippi, the claims that have h been passed I tkan luzzard the friendship of the President, let and Liverpool papers to the C.Sd I \ covered among the people of the ideas which we-e [ for( the entire' and immediate extinction of slare-IJ.* .
I toy the accounting officers of the Treasury Department ultimo- Inter than had belorc and 2d; that they will name the day that they.
being
him not charge: us with malignity, because we have seven days once caused by the vicinity of France. It wis
I one thousand eighthundred and seventy called on him to make his von. gocd.V'c acquit him reached us-brought by the packet ship George announced in the; circles, that a revolutionary movement I introduce the plan to the house. It was indnp, 1.
ven dollars forty five ct'ntbcin the balance of 1 sable that the question should be settled
c Washington Captain in'the
of Misrepresentation on the occasion mentioned.-He Holdrege. had taken place at Bologna! and that tin
o. J former carried the !land The Irish Coercion present session and by thai house ; it would
appropriation, to surplus skulls the of his Bill parses sowly! throughthe populace had come to blows. But this needs con I I .M,
acquitted on authority! "personal and settled in another in far
;
which is i hereby reappropriatcd. House of Commons ; and the mino firmation. t a more disastrous'Ihierelore. Uly. '8fI.
For poliac l friend," and we hold him guilty only of hav- although however obstinate lie .
the purpose of carrying into eflect the act L rity increases in number, : seem to carryall GERMANY.-The Sicabian Mercury announces might appeaVind .

entitled ',' An act for the payment of horses and I I lug jonducted himself under a groundless imputation, the clauses, not withou material modification, after accounts of the 15tu inst. from Berlin, that I[ however 'jainful it might bo for him to resist 14

{inns lost in the military service of the U. States in aman inconsistent with a lofty and independent l however. That clause which gives power to brine the King of Prussia had been indisposed for some I the requests both public and private, which h:!

Cgainst the Indians on the frontiers of Illinois and I sjiint.The issue IS now between the President of the persons to trial before conns martial, was carried I I days. Dr. Vieliel, his l\Iaje t's physician, had f been to postpone the question, he felt compeEe}! 4&J '

.Michigan Territory, passed this session-there l b e Lnied States and \1 r. Berricn. It will be sten by by a majority of 140, 1 1 *t provisions were confined I recommended that a Neapolitan phy ician: recently I to proceed at once with the motion, unle goverj. ''the

\1 appropriated to be paid out of any money in the, the following letter that we luve made no assertion in l by an amendment, to civil offences alone. I I arrived with the Duke of Lucca:should be call merit fixed a day on which they would he prepa* 'm

Treasury not otherwise appropriated thc sums; this controversy, that is not fully sustained by the lat .lr. O'Gnntl has given notice of a motion to in- ed in. ed to rxplan their plans with respect to eotonu"slavery. .

which may be allowed according to that act. ter.-It will also be seen that Mr. Berrien docs not rely quir' ('xpcLiclc.or introducing a system: ,"UK E Y.Important advices have been received :
t To Iliihard Gray and Company beiuga balance ot laws of Lord AUhrop said it was impossible for him kai
which beha.s
,
poor Irf'bI11, Vienna j>
:
: on his own word merely, to substantiate% his state- lea'ur at by a Dragomnn, despatched; at
of a sum due them comply with one of the conditions\
on their contract 'for h hitherto been His mentioned fc
printing a ment, but that he appeals to the records of his office ai a strenuous opposer. iw- Constantinople by the Inttl nuncio, at the desire :
manual of the hon. member hut with I
infantry tactics, four hundred and ten L tion, tl.'rctre, caused much: astonishment Oneor ,.of the Reis Eflendi. It that the French ; respect to the other I
Washington.We appears;
dollars and fifty nine cent's to be ofa -that erovermnet shou'd! fix a day on which
laidlUt sum two af'a.Jld J taken placewith the police in Admiral Roessin, with the of the y
concurrence tie:
4 filrmcrJ.appropriated, a portion ef I which has been regret that General Call should have nl'rtllcs'lyint'olnd Ireland, td Ole lives lost. I E'lglis' !) Charge de Affaires, Mr. Mandeviile, hid would linn! forward their question-he certaia bi

passed to the surplus 'fund. the President in a controversy on a subjectof From I Holland!!: there is still nothinir decisive. Iris ;i'ltv.nlcd on the Por'e to meditation of had no objection- to state that government would O-1

For refunding any discriminating duties of ton- so little consequence one too, in which he is so i asserted, however, that un important \llfW"! Ins Kr.iMcr! Itetween the Suit:1.ceptllJe:lIt and the Viceroy of be prepared on Tuesday, the 23d of April,to state 'Vfjt-S

jngc which may have been collected on the vessel likely to be mistaken, owing to multij'li--ity of business taken pl.icc in public opinion; and that t tr C i-rcv-: j I Egypt, aiiis II::;! a lrt'at.11:1". b t'rn'Imd I by iheFieicinnin the VH'vs they t<-ok on the subject.! Of course 1 U cd

of l Spain, France, or Portugal, subsequent to the and indistinctness of rec lIcctiul1.! tile community in particular, are nnxii".> t. jt tll''erlHlt ; : .u i
1 abolition ol'sucti duties by either those nationsOil Savannah, 26lh April 1 1833. g \ should put an elli! to th,"* iliIculties; !; the I I Pone' ce-dts to tr.t' Ecry.tiujis; tl.e whole! cuist which Ins Majesty's government hall inco.tcnmI:11iorm. it

vessels of the United States, two thousand dol- Sirhave in your paper of the 13th inst., an article under which thc country hhulh1 A IX.ir.li; vessel of Syria, f fumr '( MpHi; to; t Ue; liorilers, : of Egvpt, eaI'\
from China, laden teas helonginir! to the \\"ltbl Mr. F. Buxton said!!( that in reference to tb Ml
rs.For the tract III t t.'io: iutfior which includes Jerusalem
compensation and expenses of'an Agent to relating to appointment j as attorney general Dutch Trading1 Company, had he"1 sent intoEngland. : hot In'i..i 'Polls "t'lItir._ :1i11___; !_uun:HlIcdi___:.tl_ f'\.inrtinn_ n'n.. _. .. nf_. ..1'1t...,.. .n. .
United Suites which: makes the l\A-\ Iu. ; ( not >TU-)
Havana( to the j it my duty, to give .. j "
procure Archives of Florida four t-, '' t'd him lie had
> by perhaps
I .:,__ .'.. .._n. \IIc-ppo, oc.inderiMim, and I all: t the ol.ler cnttrtiof : expr
thousand f fivv 'imtiilrr/l! Jol1ars.__ ., "Will; 'UtlClllt'I\L. ol : > "lnl"r: rather 'lan'd! htrs\
Pu 'Vl'CfPV anaccount an attack made nv ttlnrl i the Eiryj.tian: In !| mi y, : >e one oft sedrs'
I For completing the Custom Hou. New Lon- When General Jackson's wish that I should accept of ; art'iy, arc to restored i ii> the I III he hid in
e at I OOI'.Iigue on Del Fed ro': position il: Oporto 1 Ottoman; 1'orte. -Me.-ori.iTcr ;iiaJ ( great .it cs| ; \'ip1.txas the safe

o},>n, Connecticut, 1 four thousand dollars.; that office was nntirud) to me, I tailed upon him ;md .li i wlliel have been successfully i existed:: ; i! ed to I Ibraham Pac'.n: with intei.ijrence;; kl'lIlbl.tlil-!* i U-;tisfictosettlement;. of the: qu.Mimi. (Hear.Jsiihear. .

For surveying the lands in Illinois to which the ter a free conversation on various subjects in ielation: i it is observe u i'j I .) Vv itir the noble JPt
hlt proper to I tpat :nceount i rests solely Convention, and :a .!!f':.'r.ttnui; ( that it' '.-dvanr. : tile pi- ri-e: jjiven by fl

Judjan'with title has been extinguished by the late treaty to which, 1 was desirous to a., >ertain his view in order on the authority of : single le" er writtel by an further, into As-y; iMr: Fiancewill co: M !e K-bj I In- was (prn't'ctly content, and should therefore 21withdnr

For the Potawatamies, twenty thousand dollars. to determine upon the oiler which had been made tome English Captain of one of IXu IVilro's squadron ; gypt as her tueti.., t.- doubt: i is I'IkrtII.flt! / his: motion.: _\gt

the purchase of a site and the erection Ira I told him that it was perhaps my duty to infmni. at an'\' rate, the siluntio:: of the hitter dots not but that this/. in.-- ; ,,, .. .:1 -.it: [p Ibraham in IPS; rateer -

S public thousand warehouse dollars. in the city of Baltimore, fifty him, that I was of counsel f for the clainuius in sere-r.il seem to 1 L as desperate as former; i.ccounts repre- I and tl.at his: f.: ,.. -m r will: !not he.-itate to n.: htj.eaer The Tttsirrciion of the Jncs to the city tfjf&tySft'im .1

For landlaims in Florida, whi h would come tefore the sented.A on .the trriius pro.o-.cd. TinRrssian! ll'ttivjiich and to trer: !o, I lost and} lovely countrvtbthi

Land the salaries of Registers and Receivers ol'IJie supreu.e court, and in which I must reserve my right subscription is raiding: H Paris: for M. Lafitt.*, / had: arrived ut ti.e nvmitliof tiil" B ''iI'! ", !is, tlowrdvi!!i mil!!: anti offices
established in the late ChlctawpucJ8se ""L" appear for my clients.-He replied that he consiJercd whose hotel i is :id"er1 i-''(I i lor:. si Ic. Tiie amount being 110 longer \vanu-if; l. will return tuSebastopo; it! bert'M'inir a very serious! point of ccnsideration ;' .;
;
Mississippi, and for furnishing the titli- of 1 it will prohahiy: he luge.: m M. Agu.ulo tneSp.misi'i mimg ti.e ra.il.tts; of Europe. The comp'.icatfi'! : Jv 9JI
cos, with the necessary books and stationery, three that as nniirporiant, as he bi.lic\cd there was norniincr.t : Loan Continc-r 1.:1": given OOOO, I francs.Tne The Moniter rrj>eats the toiNiv.n-g as a str.tr- I state of, Turkish7ais: / ; and the dread that R
thousand dollars. lawyer practising in the ci-urts U. S. inent of! the j
\,11 proceeding. relative
to lii.isiin
t two younir i"en: ;acc: :ed of I1"l1I1rJot; at tle ; ; sin mnv arqi.irc a t tooting on the Bosphorus asJ: 1
For Thomas Douglass attorney of East Florida, was not probably engaged, in seme cases, a aL-st throv > .' the King i I on hi-.i ; way I to I.- 1.1'1-ri dative i (..:IIIIIIt'r- Ileet" at Coti'ti: is I i Imolle: Asia: Minor; huve l ld I the cabinets of Europe .J'c

ibr proi'f&Monal services, three bundled dollars. x < r.mien'* Tl i o.'.vers.\'ion took pl-icc ii i; Fe-I' have he-en acquiltiM' : .1.. n.ive all the! persons! toi.ndon As early as Feb-u.iry Mtb, t te!: Porte, gnmga 'uuj'jire int. the pro.ri i. 'tv t.lf establi.chin! an ince-*** !
For the purchase o'a site and of 18211! l btfurc the uf the .' hoard degree of coiifiJtnce from! hiving 111ti.a'l .
erection a bruary organization: the stcjin vesl: Ca Alberto t SUIJjllhfll :ca m i enh'nt '0Vere.yrmv in Palebtine, as they haveiffready ,
Custom House in Ntwburyport in the State of11a8o In the month of Marrh f'lowing. after I bid: entered I to have landed( I the Diiioht-ss, de Bt r'i. Thes-e! I I bra l.ilill Pacha} !!.ad rice-.eil orilei! i-i t iosinpat' 1:11liii. I Ityicll Jotain( Git i .:"rf ,

achusetts, fifteen thousand (lolla rs. upon the duties of the oflloe <>t l'att :'n"'y general I received I per"rns :' :111 I ;previousbm! I' once acquitted I l ln.t: (it-red .. ai: t ng'g--meni uit.'i the! Frerall1l'I.v A new power rti"'l ur in Pa lost inc. a JcvriR1#? }I'

For the expenses of printing the! records in the a leter! fr"1 )J r. Hondas, the dis.ri..t iiltn.: cy tu'.' tried :izm ill in CII.lsf'q.leIH'cof; some i informalit : (M. tie Varreuc.: ) tt'IOUIHT: the si.cci.u. 1 k n-Mom Ti-c'ed! 'in Jerxis-ilt numiuhl proveached'M }j jto t
If Supreme; Court of the United States, for the term v- in liie ( Tie taken I I it had tcquiu-it f-om: U.e !SIISM.UI I ; Anil.i>s.dor. Onthe *
proceedinir
in the :
of rist FIrid", enclosinjr Jo nu: sonii- papers re latin.. > ; interest the: tlcs-'jns mit f lp' P.ieha of Eijypt, as mil' w-!
( I f one thousand eight hundred and thirty two, the Dulr.ii'-ss Le rc1t s -iI'S fis. and if 17li: Adiuiat; f (( OUSMII .1 r: IS ed, and on I tc J t.4-! I ti.e ? '
( to .
;
awav iinrh
of to tlu-Arrrdonetoras! !! *', nd ns'i\ii: ins rm-iious, I ::iimeoiattiy vtjr* / Nici.o'a It is said in private:it-
fiuia three thousand dollars; and 'for 'the t same : she is spoken' of .t :il', it i* in i-.d.cule.: I lowing day rl'l'cin'lfi'om the Kew Etndi! a; C'I.I' tel 5, t!.fit the oMtbrafernpitali't! Rothschild ani
atleieseil \ lettir the in 'i ,
tl 1': t.lt, 1inii ot't ; !
account at : I\on I t tl.e alxut-
4 the teiin in one thousand eight hun- I wL The account I of a e(. .ltIOJI t i'f :iiostilities l between i t-ng j cnient, tie txtcittionwhich and ail II/e/. !It'HIII1r Israelites! in Europe, 1:3n.leel.: f
aficr had iiiciui iicii theI'.irt _
4ied! and thirty three, the like sum of three thousand reminding lill tl:1 to hil., lije sultan and P.ieha of Egpt, is fullv confinned. was t'ij\. preu-nteo by. tl.e/; airival uf tt.e conMiiti-d ". (
dollars.I I rif f mv be-in"-of for the chuniants in mIteFlorida I miooi.iu". ; 111.1.1.tin" 1111.. .niL ',,. I'I r nn tiie nil.. ? et, and that: the project IJ !r'7h
cfunc xv'iii. I.tl. I' ujtse
i I'.reiiiii-!! Uvn favo-ir-whlv
: The
ror surveying the public lands recently purcha- l.ind rasf-s, and rf'cn'. d to 11),11 the r II' In Spain the liberal advisers of I the QU'VMI seem .I star.ce.s ti.e Lrt L.4.I >..1lbIIL: ( Kit: ; n to be hits I to send an rtI'l'n'nllIY and 11-rt to mzmriv.Palestine.plan unJe! 11"-:=" ,rJ

)cd from the Indians in the State of Indiana, ii5 of appearing] for them! and thntjlif had r!'.11'I (1- to I h" iraining: : rut-rely! tic1 IIPjTIt.l\ld.; If it be duty to ilecape!: to I tiit: ;I'oite, h il.dit'I i shotiid! ;tJ>- I the combined:} army ; a of England[ iuid Frnr.cc muatet'

.thousand dollars. ploy otlur counsel to present the United ta'cs, I I tine I as is slated, I lliat t tne King's I b. !-tii'-r, Don II pe:.d the laiiiliitir of) his Ij-go'i'/e ul'Tillll' had obtained .lltll! take po-.Nession( aipris of Palestine! -toiJegociaiewrS. fcy \

Sec. 2. And he it further: enacted, That the stated I to him the rf-nimunirauon win* h I"I! le-n rtcciv"11 Cant:s, I load I I I'CCJi; cMit'el: froiii: I the i KI!!ii.rIomn all : I the uVr.,5: .,1 I of I tiie lore'iMii !li.-rce, which ti e o riD 4
Eirypt flo-ht that:
Uecroi-ry of the Trp:'......:. u- -I.rnA.rt) t, 10:1" '... ..: onfrbs anil i hones of I .-Sti)11C115! inns' ..... :,i'I' I .Pt. ,>rte had; ;atlm.. ed was iii i iOJ.er, l\1 ce 'ur'y tir'U : or power but at all events, tol.iv \i_ 1f
I .m intereM the! instalments under the Ireaty\ oiiademnity )t bp lllplufI.-II': Ul nirti rt-quc'.tfil"1 I ih;.Ihl..iiii cunseinusiit i- ;i .. Ila'p... .. ., ...- : .JU to IIJ lie t\ t-niriiy a.: a '- It-'.' ... .; .... _. .u'1.llInc J f."t. ... !" '..IH..! ..>..foundations..... of a new empire in which tie "'
4 concluded at Paris on the fourth; day of ci-u'se in tiic office of the! genera!.-In M md still, in coiise-fjjfiicc! of uu .pjiiehftidi'! I ready to cOU l.!.!, provided Fiance would ensure: their emigrating.JIr iVtriiHI to tIc! fii'CUpV if 1C first lunk, fl
attorney > countnnd filrni.
July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty one, to this, I received; the following:- H1'1j I change IP liie! currei,' s>-t"\'J. Tl-e; iilvoe a : irs I tue conclusion of l a pejce WH:- Mnhcnn t A.i, upon part of the- t funds the hin!I:
to
between tue United States ef America, and hisbjl'sty fur an unlmrtrd; issue :of Il.nka; i;"i-vt-U-ccming! the basis prc\'i( . utmost of in
the King of the French upon a pledge of MARCH 30th 1S29. evidently more nlI wwtls. At t .I.,..... .ii :... BJS.KNotes ; I Adnuriii i iit-iibsin did not'I Ill"sitatc to subscribe: would;! be cxfmdei" all claries. opinion in the rehLria. I

the Stock of the United Suites, or of the Bafik of Sin,-Having this.morning seen and employed! Mr.Viit under 51. are ;:i'v '..01! to be1 e'l' : 1lr( it i js a singular f1ct that the Jews of' JudakJfe
I, the United States to the Bank of the United !KfFenui: ...u tJie24tji: ; address-) a note to.the Russian ; II,
or \ in behalf cf the United Slatt-s. in the rise of Ar- POI Tlt\L. f'nt a2'e are he mnosm l hb4rl1 thinkers in

states, subject nevertheless to be repaid to the rcdoi do in East FIlilb. 1 have rcqiusird G.<-nerl I II.l. DEFEAT OF TIff MG1( ELITES. ; ,.'g..tlon, inhtcli: alter expressing the gati.ttuU or political and \('Ii ims IJl'i: t-The} rIch"I rntcrs : !

I jpubhc Treasury whenever the Commissioners appointed K. Call, to wait upt-n you, and) get the p.ipers ,which Courier; i\i'icc\ j Sir: o'clock, ? U'rtlt; .' of; .the ).ltal1 lor the friendly a tativ at- s''nnt.'s which prevailed! the tllh and pairstate" o .
i.r his /
I under the by ;powerful imeighbetmr!, : be declares
said
Treaty shall by their award have beets referred to as rat f fir th- T..u-:tl.iy E'l'III1ardl 721. $ I of Jerusalem is completely in aisage .. .
you attorney gn ; thai .iilairs of changed :
!
direct to whom the said 'fund with the accumulated I Eg} pt haying been clkrf'tllpoll: .
,I. interest hall be distributed. United States by Mr.] Douglass fur your illMnrl: iUl< The follown.g i j" ,11'. exinscl: from :a Let' mer, rtecivI l..Le. ,.'; !l':> t! r Kitncli Arnkissiidor: and deeultdto i of tt.11 I Id. i'ViI:1t. '

p Sec. S. And be it further enacted, That tIle sec- You will please hand to GC'lIcrl Cal these j papers, ed I by the sti'Mne: Sr'1n"i!go, tn wit cll implicit t.'iC K.iti I I;"i.iC: 101 of I! the Sublime IWtf, it /had I m that curitnis a singular! spectacle it would be t" see I//

of the be who will present them to Mr.] Win for hisia>:ruMons reliance may b,- place.: ) : be; .1 ..uinoii.c.-! that Ambassador that the Ituss'.tu i original I and m ancient people restored ..1
jretary freasury and he is to their
hereby aufhorised -
_ _ :?- to pay to the Collectors, Naval oilicers, :I to ;ir. Douglass.I Oi'OR'iO, Muic'i-1.-"Tins morning, at day KuiK[ > \\..id I inid arri\"l in t the channel would ropetn! country the by the Christian cabinet ofEa-e.nUil
see bank
f ( Surveyors, Gauge, \Yeighers and Measures, of am yours respectfully, liirlit, afier bomliaiding i'ic' town duiiiiu .il' 1i.gmit; retire wiii; tic: tirtl nlil-tl.c! wiml. On the de- the vale of : ? of'time brook of Kedroo e (
.. Josaphnt} Ihe river fY"'IDIs' .
; the I t'f : 'e1! Jordan the
the several ports of the United State* out of any [Signed] A 'JltE'V JACKSON. troops 'Jig mud-1-i grand attack in tl.- panure <'I! lilt C'.urzer \vtTt; hrou Tht} this intelhjfiLre of Cannel and of with the'
Lebanon
.S direction of Conleiii-: ;u 'V101'
t jnoney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriatedpuch ; u : t John da Fox. .\ .i. de Jb'outetu i jii t-.d : >..it any written' deMeiidents of a.ip p .t\
addizcd The diveiMcn had Leel1l1..luc'. 'lie- of ,. JJs I I their ancient poses.iorsP! _
sums as will give to the suid officer respectively ( ) honourable .J. M. znir vicinity Aj.aArdentc ;. ; ;iw i t-it : latign.igc; i .. .!IIU I.as to his I syIranian.BLACKING. 1

the same compensation in the year one thouI Attorney General (U. :ta c3. but it was soon | erptiblcthat tl.e :'.;;in I' i'i: LIit iS.4 ;,1 1 to wi.iit .ill ,-. i\.tiinUi.ieittd; to I !

1 sand eight hundred and thirty three according to object of l attack was tolile Coreieilo ':. i I :..iu It is .iiVd well 1\1Ihl',r I ,i tie l.ls.t(1 ruvfrnneiit .1 riM1a

-the importations of that year as they, would have This correspondence, i will be observed, t( ok place The troims of Don Aii :.1!.1Vue COM < e'.eiyrepulsei1. I I on eonsei.ting to ran I its aid to:tlie I fofl.; Hott-l This BOOTS BY STEAM 'I'
]
/ establishment
4 been entitled t. receive the act of the 14th July immediately; after I went into office, while the ciicum- !, and it is supposed u it t.iey ... t' sustained ;- ;' !'iJru; drci.ued I itstif rtaih t. u-c.dl its Iice ut'; N 'w-\ .rk, has been splendid \\

I ., .one thousand eight hundred and thirty had not stances: attending that occurrence wrre yet frcsu in the a consitlerable los ; a, wardt0: are I ir.ou.eM lIe 'I l.taJi loiinn he liiid iu, '4)hio1'r need awl I time : opened scarcely a r
proprietor dines hundred
said now two
have been killed btii oxer
gone into ef1'ect. recollection of the president. I referred him to our to : erer! :,-. not l"' I lOA I hUll. 1'111i.: Lie I t'.'-uil of wnai: is msiitetlih : igentlenn (
I given to all tile reports current in I f.: '.. i:. ILL Uii.cul: Gjt/etle "f St. l't.ter.Imr.rl' II at his ordinary and at least two tiou-l! | ''
Sec. conversation
4. And be it the
further enacted, That the fur- on subject of the Florida land cases, '. Don Pedro's have ., : and the sand in various: rooms, dViIy., To supply his tab |
Iher sum of fifty thousand dollars L he appropriated and his promise to employ! counsel for the government troops eiiiiit & --ly: sustained : assurances tran-m'tttd by t.to Imperut) Cabinet to he purchases l esidcs ci'cut beet. jjj" Hf

.nut of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise which he did without expressing little! loss; but the Scottish corps, under tneinncip.il( ) I C-'tirts( ol Kut..p. Ii is wim cessa- I af flt: hull"ck large quantities ",. bd
misapprehension ; mornill with
f .appropriated into effect the any Major Shaw, have sulicred most-one oilictr iu I ,-.'. to add! tnai: tJ.e cuxul- 't of Aehmral I HOOSSHI !I c'erv !, other) mea: ot
tocarry ofthe of
that
late Chickasaw provisions eonversat: K n.-1 came to Georgia in a few that corps has been klled; J1111 almost every nfncer, ', uiuler theseeiillictilt circumstaj.cej.as: poultry, ti-l"", &c. in 1)rportiot1. He roast 7005 ,"'Sl
4 Treaty. weeks afterwards, and there first saw a statement that with the of 1 obtainew : nieiried & of provisions at a time, the spit being turned b.Y\
exception) its commander"; Sttaw, has die aj-j>r. Lsiion: of bi., lJ
j Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the time General Jackson -oveniment. i S'team iot'.
had been ( en
ignorant of the fact
of been wounded
my on the constitutional si le. Sup- Accouiiiiir) 10 the LJcss. l'I'
des

\:\ 4 1 oJ limited: under for the making act of observations'fourteenth July and returns one thousand thereof being ir.gagcd j in the. Florida! land. cases. when he apI I I phes. .. provisions. ." ammunition, and troops. are I f il.. ra nave been given ai St.iger EtJt'nnand Cmrnhn-s.the -other 7 or-- i j I'i i l ing This boots.engine The ako brushes propels are the in macl the form inery of for a hb ryhn..:f4.i..

I, poinieu me to omce -/v lecnn et to him u
re-spert induced any expected. manufactories
I .eight hundred ana thirty two, to provide lor tIle o. arms in the kingdom, lor the stist. der being three in number
(t first takes off }
t of certain observations mc to delay the notice of this publication until The letter from which tic above intelligence is pension of l the lubucation[ of arnTs i. ; the tht- I
taking ;preparatory to the l for the diit f the second
I the
present. tin blackinir and the thinl
..adjustmentthe! Northern Boundary line of the my return to \"u llinton.-On my arrival there, I taken, was brought by thesAlhaii: .steamer, uhich I lltUSSL\-TIIt No,erihc1g puts 34c E
Conespendent '
ean a
'1 CSlate of Ohio be and the is brought it to his notice, recapitulated our conversationand I t touched: at Vigo on the lfcli\tm_>is way from the has the follow ng Of the I lOti:, : u
I same hereby exten- Mediterranean.N in.st. from' Dci him :- !!r third 01 a minute, without takinjr the boot tior' j jyour
) 1it
t "cled' unti/ the thirty first day of December one the statement which was in consequence of this I 1" For some davs past reports hive been j \
!! feet. Our
fri current, "I've
correspondent
\ Billy
4 thousand eight hundred and thirty five ; and that plIJstl in the Telegraph, was prepared submitted 1 ith respect to the extent of the advantagesgaini'tl that tile London Conference! would be revived j I :i tried this machine, and find that it ,answers says, Wttel ff
the
I. I for the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions to, all approved by him. and was published by his by liberating army from! this Micee&slulresistance Prussia feels the obstinacy of ui: King of HolI T." '
) we cannot speak positively but it is land. and wishes purpose to a .Vle
of the act aforesaid the sum 01'six thousand authority.-This need not rest upon ir.y assertion-for I ; to see an end put tej it.
; quite certain tlat they have again beaten off the His engine is applied to a still more useful pill''pose f'
one hundred and ten dollars be appropriated for of the fact that it !EW-r
: independently in ORK
was published the April 24.
I JNliguelites : and the result of t the conflict cannot LATEST ROM than either of the above ; he has a hatchirtJpTj[ as
the purchase of instruments ; ,and the further sumof official paper under the eye of the president, I have i fail PORTUGAL.- ship I Emulous .- to each to
to the of cut enabled
i inspire army the Queen of Portugal: Capt. Peet story, through which he is Jl1acf
L thousand arrived
seven live hundred' dollars for( the cx- confidence from
perfect that General Jackson yesterday London
of taking such observations. will himself with 1'rcsli courage and increased confidence, and via VI igo Bay, having left the latter raise what is termed a dum waiter, which is capable :'bf
penses confirm it.-In that conversation which tooK place after to produce 1 favourable effect place on the of -
a ?
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted That much on the inhabitants'of 2at i ult. Capt. P. that containing a large quantity of bagjpg
so reports the
fleet
,. x>f the twenty seventh section of the act approved my retnrn to Washington, General Jackson twld Portugal.LONDON; Pedro was lying in Vigo Bay, and that of Don and if it is desired by any of his borders, who. a
j me ho had been informed that I M as 22.-We rejoice to be able mUCH dis- may chance lo of history seietth -
I i third of March one thousand eight hundred and engaged as counsel to state satislaction prevailed! the occupy any one ,
i; twenty five, as restricts the franking privilege of. in the large claims of Alagon, DC Vargas, and Pu- that the news from Portugal), to the 2d m.st. inclusive of not receiving their among pay.-The crews Emperor, on account rooms, he has nlt the trouble of atet CiUi

i I Members of Congress to the period of sixty days non Rostro, and upon my explaining to Jim, that I which came to hand yesterday, is such as to sent Sir John Doyle, an officer of his staff: with hr.d so great a height in the usual way, but steps'into u

1 ."Before and after each session shall be,and the same had no such engagement, he again expressed his satis remove 'lor the present at least, some of the gloomy despatches to the Admiral, ordering the fleet round this perpendicular railway, and is safely landw

j. hereby is repealed, and it shall be lawful for thearid faction. apprehensions created i y the 'former direct, to Oporto. The Admiral I not only refused to obey midway between Heaven and Earth.

privilege to be exercised by each member of Such sir, is a concise statement of the facts in this though vague intelligence from that quarter. On the order, but placed the officer who bore it under
I the 1:2: ih inst. it reluctant in ? of -
was our America.
Marriages
Congress from the period of sixty days belore he case.-As I do not enter into the which OCCa- part to announce arrest. In consequence of this proceeding -The conditions
j.T controversy
takes his seat in Cangress until the meeting of the sioned the publication in your paper, I make no com the the receipt of'tidings which led us to anticipate Admiral (Crosby) had been appointed to command, a new being perfectly equal, parents have nothing to ol ,
most serious and disasters to the choice
their
speedy to Don lcJro's the fleet. pose daughters make oHj
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ftext and that said be Capt.lJcetfurtherstate may
Congress mentsbut if this
privilegesindi ex- is
statement disputed, I $, that the
may per On the coun- husbind.
cause. occasion alluded : Thus it is throUgD-
to just when in a received maxim
was
try a state of
tentled all of
to members the
present Congress haps deem it address great confusion and
} to again.-It will the that it
until the session. necessary you packet was coming otl.with letters which had was dangerous to out the Union, that this choice only concerns tlj
next shore
_ Approved March 2, 1833.- b gratifying to me however, if the necessity for doing been previously put on board, a messenger from in all directions.-go Standard.on as shot was flying young ladies, and it is therefore J for them to "L

.! so, should not occur. shore delivered a note from an official agent in MEXICO prudent enough not to eterintoenii'agemeflt"worthy |
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p ; I am Oporto, addressed to March 15, 1833. of
1 Ii respectfully, an individual high in office Thus for their hands. It would be consider0jl
Cincinnati .I1pril21.-A whirlwind passed I Sir obedient here, the of which every thing promises well, and if the almost
- your s n'ent, purport was to announce thatat new administration as an act of indiscretion on the part .
can only
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j aver the upper part of the city on Thursday, JOHN MACP11KRSON BERRIEN, a council held immediately before, it had been I matters as cleverly as Mr. Pedraza's manage to conduct parents to wish to influence their choice. Now",*.

i : ,i I Q little before sunset entering from Mill Creok: .. To THE EDITOR of the FLORIDIAN. determined to capitulate, and deliver up Opono to I may anticipate a continuance of has done, we ing in the world can be so happy as the situati"8*

mid crossing main street above the Canal. In the enemy.-That coomiunication was made known I and constitutional order. peace, tranquility of an American young lady, from fifteen to tweB f

I its it did The to us, and on it was t founded our paragraph indicative -IS The ty-five, particularly if she is llmest aI _
i progress c.nsiderable damage, unroofed following are the returns of the recent Congressional enemies of liberty have within pretty, as n
of
the l fearful theselast
!h some houses, taking of the ends ol I' election, as far as we nave been able to ascer- i if the details which might be expected weeks, published several most violent pamphlets are, and has some fortune. _
,' others and three tain. They arc not official but will general report" should be confirm' which, however, 1 am She finds herself the centre of general adIU3
prostrating two or unfinished I probably not vary ed. As accounts ten or twelve happy to say have net tion and _
1 ', ones A part of the building near Mill Creek much from the truth. I since been received, and are of'aless days later have duced any other effect than that of cal'inoiCVth: pleasures homage she is; her life passes in holidays 3-$1
gloomy character : the dormant of ; a stranger to contradiction,
I the
Used as an asylum was thrown down and ten I WHITE. CALL. we have felt it due to our readers energy conquering party, who I more to refusals. She has choose a4

children buried beneath the ruins, who were Leon,. . . .. . . S . 262. . .395. thus briefly the circumstances under which explain our 1 solemnly least declare they will not put up with the a hundred adorers, the one only she thinks to most like] V

I Jfferson.1.. . . .000.* prior statement outrage, and they are determined to curb _
118. was the
all to her
fortunately takon out without loss of life, promulgated.-Time*. excessive ensure future happiness ; for every j 9' !

t I although two or three were severely injured. I vvausocn,. . . . . . .3 U. . .l ou. FRANC letter of the 15th instant from Such is haughtiness the dread that of the aristocrats. marries, and every body is happy in marria j

J ac&son,. . . a . . . .. *40. . .uHrayelte /. Bordeaux says-" The news from Blaye benin i banta Anna, that he these entertain for Gen. This state of belle," as it is called,. is too atU*]

r; Slack Hawk.This celebrated Indian chief ,. . . . . . ., *10. . .00.. Lu lose its interest since the Dutchess has broken: for the presidency,seeing and that has won the election:I tive to make young ladies consent to quit/it 1:1|

I -t r with his two sons, the Prophet and one or two Washington.. .. .34 . .20. with thenticity the Carlist of'which part is by her declaration, the au .1. power 10 prevent the Congress tiSnotlflgrjfl from Assembling their soon ; accordingly; it is not, in general, ntH t jj____

Walton.67.8. not now doubted. Blaye on the 1st of April next rejecting many offers, and when they perceived

I other Indians, arrived here yesterday, as hostages fcjScaniuia,. . . . . . ..196. . .87. itself is no longer the temple to which the legiti- ultra ratio of all powerless, they have resorted to the their charms are beginning to lose somethi

1 to the U. States, on their way to fortress I Columbia,, . . . . . ...3. . .71. matist the devotees make their pilgrimages ; cons'qu.. endeavouring to procure assassins or revengeful who factions,, their empire, that they conclude b hoosinga b \i

t Blonroe, near Nerfelk, where they are to be . S. t . S S S . .. .- ... the ently has office of Central Commissary of Police the dagger in that worthy general's heart may plunge .lord.

i f eonfioed.-They changed boats here and con i I ..S S S,I I S S . . S I S 941P. . i Wf V. held town it, has returned been suppressed to Paris and M. Joly, who is all in vain, thousands of'eyes watch for,the but it t It is to Washington, in particular that the sort(
I order of pro- women 'of all the
I ued 00 their journey wilhput landing. 4MQrit;. ernment.." by the gov- tipn 4JAA p4 of his hie, and Heaven itself appears to shield I female Congress, states in which come the to charms shine; a of
art of the Union are represejAedI' Antacnt

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motel r bin delivered ___.. ;_,_ .
the was '
trtttn the SOuth is eapHvaied hy by Chief Justioe Cranch on ] -- -- -a- h .

J nris clf a !)iU1. from thc East ; while a dam- Satunhy last, quashing the three writs of execution MANAWAY.-From thesub- -- II I il r -.1 ----1 1

I ,j;'cml Cal'thna rejects tue overture ol a l'natorfOOl I against the prisoner, over ruling the motion : sinte I &1'1 .J '. ATE3 MAtL., .'r _. -:. i

the North.-AtJ, however, are not rejected ; : of the Attorney for the United States to commit a negro man by the name of JIM L

at the cnd'of every session, a certain number him, anj ordering him to be discharged. We: and his wife MARTHA. Jim is A ANDREW JACKSON AND
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f r :trlia'Y'S is d'rlared.-Thcv serve to strength- shall endeavor to obtain and lay before our re8 ers I a yellow fellow, with one of his _.- .. _F lumbus- to .-From Cof
states and multiply a of the Court upper for teeth, out low and well r|- Appalachicola The
furthrrC', the union of the copy which is represented as being above boats wilt leave Columbus

he n ties which unite all parts 0: this great whole very learned and elaborate- .Vtj/ Int. 22d. ins!. _ made, lisps when sp.ken tohe Monday and U"e"JalJdffY, at 6 a'clock alternately A. M. for,AnpalachicAtti every-

an indissolub1e manner.-.1Juraf. United Stales.Pa. wore off blue cloth clothes with a white hat.-I( purchased ) and will intersect the new mail lin.

West Priit.-We learn that Major [Lieutenant him of L. A. AnmstcaJ, last Januiry, and have from Tallahassee to Mobile, via : Pensacola stage, at Aspa-,

*t If .ilu..skdBulkts t/lrolLh the human I Colonel] DE HCSSEY, of the United States Engi reason to believe he is about! Tallahassee, here he has lap on Tuesday and Thursday noon. In returning, .
been
heretofore will
hired his leave
number of curious CJM ol the prngress neer Corps, one of the earliest and di-stm- wife is a large dark com- Appal:ichicola every Thursday and Friday
rCJ.-A most plected woman. whom he off at 10 o'dock A M.
decoyed and arrive
and is
: doubtless at
where were Aspalaga the
nlU5het ball from the they gushed cleres of the military school at West Point with him. I next
f will liberal days
o&rved give a reward for said by 120'cI.JC! M. where will find
,I negroes: passengers
have been by m itary ur- has been stages
rst rod.yt.d appointed Superintendent of that institution delivered to me or confined in hil so I gu them :* ain -Fr ... for Tallahassee.

:ms. Ve have heard of a very remarkable! case, in the place of Colonel Thayer, resigned, [WtfJ runs:_ j. G R KF.y.}; -J 11.;" _V The proprietors of the above lilhl-draug"'bousllat't

'}ire tb*' rrmsku ball struck the forehead above Colorel I'liayer, notwithstanding his resignation, T rntor lI' Florid, > Jackson county superior C"'HI. 6 FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, investf a large capital in filting them up for the cc-m-

tll't'. ::1)11 1 having' dirijrd into tV halt es, one does not rctne from the service ; but is to be employed Western District. S1.lfch term 1831. .J1lherh and flower seeds just received and warranted fort of passengers, in the cori'fident expectation that fc.

', '"(l1t romid beneath .tlac kin, on the out side, at some ether station.-Evening Post. Richard li. Long and Peter /v. GauZier Sen. fresh' ; by E. n. PERKINS. discerning cornntanity will not suffer this (the first at-
complainants In.1t
r..1 ii:; ,' oilier on the left, advancing m contact M : William M<.d<: trr//, John IS. holt ami ,J: SRth 1P33. 32tfI tempt to suppl Appalachicola with a regular mail,) to

"., the skull. We do not art our readers to beiMKtical The Port of Pompci.-A n.ost striking discovery liam Fr. 7/t/t/ dejcnlants. chancery. I 01'IThe subscriber hereby gives public no- go down. for want ot patronage.
t't.lti.mf this fad that the two I 'I lice, that she is App >lachicola. January 19lh 1833.
has l been appointed administratrix 22tfNOTICE.
'r.1 till' lately made ; no less than that of the IT appearing tu the sati>factionof the court that the: the f Colin upon
estate M'Rac
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:,Ii, luhlMnolagiiii; :i I ItduIHI l "wr haviIg[ .1ie; long anticipated Port of Pompei, with its vessels; i* nt inhibitants of this trrritory. de :racKl she there fore late of all FrarKUn! county, .-All those who have subscribed tewards

.. lnicu..f. 11,0 h' the estate of quests the said persons who are a &byterian Church in Tallchassec,

;,' Jnd. :1t'allC'i1l1"itll. a ;J ,;l.iy. : I by th* eruptive} volcanic matter which preserved has; liam .Moderw, John S. Holt and WiU'am S. Unit, payment without delay and those deceased, f make I are requested u. 'r.c,t at the house of Mr. Richard B.

jfijc'ti and k"'t-l!'' aa unfortunate IU:1I1vlro I thus anchoied them fir appear and answer the corn,'1aina n's bill, fde-1 lwr.in, said ; having claims against Bull, on 'VetluUo-. \: the 1st day cfMay, at4 o'clock.
TC'l' so About r 'Mc to rxhioit them
) but the J fan of iht-ir mnny nges. wit hill three months ; othf-rwi c lIlt ill will be 1.11'1'11 r according to law, or I P. r. tom3ke nrr ,': 't'n..n.0... .. tl..,. .. .: _, u:!
sjililting Ih PO. -- -
,111,1' tlwir- a> : thirty masts have been f found. London V nll be Lal nd: tlf n COHn'ot' "'UIIU UI sal
*llas. pro conffSSo. And it; is IlIrtl..r. .. .. .1 .rd. th. .. buildir. tVc. A
,rt; hulkt. anli tile l nV.nnoeM.f. each J.alf; in op- I w - -. .rr.- ,..". "n.'VJ') "J I !I :.V"i W CRACKY gt neral meeting is n queste .
this order be M'RAE adm'rrix.11LtI'k. April' 27 .
published in w.lle Hllh.rz.d; I t83: .
IrC'C'tl1n.! ; j. tnrptctIoua tc. The -ill III:1r: Nothing could be uutwj..tpuI : ;
> 1'\UHEH.
tt more touchingly and beautiful II Tallahassee once a wi-ik for three momhs.--aftrran&wc is

$' "', cll' 'nwrJcJ trom tlc firl'llrld to than the answer of a little deal and dumb boy in :', parties be permitted to take depositions according > ATTACIIl\1E T. mJl'tJ11aF.r m UJAWUl&. 4'

II' ; I.C: t :a i 1 by: Dr. l-VUmg.. At the London Asylum to the question, why God to law. OS WELL E. HURT. _\ toriK 'v itt ] .a\\

Ub.n: .r 01 Ne' h-yy.m'' [he time 01 I\'II had blessed others with the facilities ot : andearing A true copy, 'I'U IE defendant aid all other persons interested in ,
shot the ric'ht speecli the itl-ove! o.i; *es will taki- notice tLatsu.t: ROCKT C v'l. .r.MIDDLE FLORIDA.
.Tiitlo-nan: mar h attes SEAR }hasbtcacnmmrnced
I BRYAN
I1Ir... ; : and deprived him of them ?" lie burst cl'k. Aniil, 27
13.:
or' Tir'sr tJuicJ tie but Mari,mna. May I Ill, and at'nrhmen' IS-l1"f|, p lurnaMc: the
t. :; ; at plare, into tears, and wrote, Even so Father for it lW. :393mt ) said to ; f .- 31-ly. t
t o G
> couu. EU. WARN i-.R
"r/, rM'firkin could! see the/ puNalion of thc seemed good ill thy tight." M.TiC.TsF.ASCRt t .'. rei. 30th 1q33.: At'y. for I'l'n"" D( C' 'ib M'Lr.M' ;UE; fc. 'I RALJC.J. LL

.u: ) ) l bCfl ath t Iir uomi.Jct i.c! bullet had turn- Df.P. RTMFN'T, FLORIDA, -2tf j jTttl 1 .r .1.. -is-.twieiud! ;ib'm.dns in tI'- praciicof .

jt .our Mile an.l could not be dic.ovcrcd.a- We have observed Treasurer's Ojffi<.e, To. a\t..*>s( lUf My L3. \) H I l a.uu.er: intends leaviiijc hen fur; tin lH'rl, '' Pi ysic, i-fi. 'ht'i-. -\ :'-' .. !o the ;nh ,hir'\nts (! Leoi -
from
that Letters this about the tiist of t June- those : .
imJcb'.tel
I" hi.u ma loc juccc "
liuIMIICS' wore tlNrharg'd' lioni the wound, tIle RULE h :.s been iMablishcd this t C"lI' in the :enral Hate.al
at
lace, published in different 'Mi-parimint, will please make l 1.tli"lt tun. hr n.chec
; of
p of the union }payment tlr i.lO.
l-utii parts .i' ill i prflesM
anti the/ nostrils. At tJl': time of the lcondtl1 co seq::ie'}"e of the greatnum'icrof' 3tf It I. "
unc'irient '
[ could h 1H for some time passed announced E i :.Notcnow in ci'-cula.i 1 FI -1 F.r-IICK}! Tt "'LE. j \,:\n"f'" .pr JH. l m
).' "'I 1' NC'wLIII'.11l i wound Jiraled I ; and an approaching in this trritorv-- I

i!1111' KOI,' open: bill aloul: twelveyears alteren chnngein the cabinet b) the tippointincntofMr TInt n-> Hank N< tea wi.. be received fr.";! 'I'a\ C. !1f.c 1- SILAS B. DKNM-. ON, 1 I 17'.jCL.-\\'JLLI.HI l. l>fhi..:.s-. ins nait an

rd. \\ u.(* doctor was I idinr; in t tit' tla rk i il Secretary Livingston to the oio'- !| N.I's, or any others h:i.n; nion,y III J .t> iiu.> '1. \ % > /. JltUchmtnt. .t 11 assi:nr.iciu l.t.aI.i I h,- [.i-ttr-ty; ral!, pi ers-.al
:t but Lr'L
l,' u. :. up i il-Jt; :1 JMIII on the h.Jtidc ot his 2;;ion to France from a sourruhich think ,, lsun'IS' ., ; such a- arc ci.iifiu) at Ttie ti'.11 tirj .j-iV-. : BUHRI\S. 1.1''UtI, and ol ah lis ..rci-u is, duos an.i ueu.and's

4ll. ji>. .1 I inf "ahuoiids; uc understand, th.it if th.\f 13 a1 f C if ;.L'.S I' T!? 7"tI .B. in a justice's > % 1 .
!,, i a jMiti.il: : elcafne. IJ.g vioj.jail I l.sr I in1 T "i-j r,: eo''rt, tt'r t i.-coinfy 'f ::0.-, ( tH.u c. : as hr" Irt'ln, fr thl' hemlif. of iscnditorsai.d

I" I hf I iiPiitl''man should rerIvt' the appointment in .t'IL.I' : R.1 1 1.1 :. .-- tl..h 'U'.H.ItIlIr"IIII1Ij: rettirn.ii tlc t" 'I.e nt'x.7.: -,; i Tn'. who alone arc aethor.s :c. settle lh. t'taiandsiJue
.ed
witti wool, was siirjtri; > one clay; ill j March I '11: .
he _L 1'l.:1:1. l' lIP Mip rior ('l' rt (of t llu S"IiII1f."l1 : ; i ttn.
(
question ill : jllt.i'r.tril'r
\ not) depart before the tall and : .ie. .i- _-MIIthe L 0::
Middrn crack in 'hN .
|iO,11\i pnlf or earvhen [
.
; r.d
," of i. All intertill tL}
t te vhn l.r.I'
> 'Ilitvr '( } -tin, art )
i T THOMAS
ilI"'hy
that the ; nn.Vf nqt'sea.t ..\L'I ZELL.
in ;
'dlf xi.ii' ol'in t > curek litui illt''l' as if it hid: mean time he has given up th<" elr- ciit them to the 'ii'mini': t K--II (je.tv. [pre If I to he and :11.wW j at .iii t't>:..rt h',ur in I ih- ny. r ROI.KRT Br.URY.

ri; I.fwni'r.;, atj.ll)(} :1 i hard knot was felt un !Jrr the n the) tiisr M.inday, in !\ay: mxt, to ,\"r..6.! 1 133. :G-GW.:

.. \.111011- 'tumours now :1 ppca ft'i about occupied, to .Sir Chiirlc.s Vauahan and taken j !' rc;' er barred. .- .\l_ ... '1. '-.R:, adm'Tix. S.'IMUfa'is'; -, ii"aiy i.., y )have. why! jiiririunt siouK! '! .

wrpl1. :'it.l in Aiiiru-t\ : 1G72 1 ; t !u.C (bu.lel! was t.i- an r.-tahli-hmcnt better suitr-d to the moderate T.tI.a; v. :My I IK. t ?:B. HI,. A. n,.l l-e cnttr-, A 'ire- nh-:: '. i ': Gl:' : : i-iii I: ; .-.%LL.-\\ ill lit' so.dat Public.i .
,
|u 111..1, r4iiaje mi the t>ih U..y of
salary paid to Heads --1[1t .. .
our of Departm nt. L. .. iv nux:, Ihitr Nt
hy-\t. : !Ii I- : .t IES and
afi.rll(7g.,7ilc., L >! a deciei of the J.'J2": <,l"t'i' ,j c-un .'our: t- //1'1'1): '}',f :!i... oi.em.m two. vi-n en;
y 'r m in al. x< eltt n D.acnsniith of
iii
The Fire. tn. e-'iinty of Leo.i, I -u.l! ..1 l! f i' e tll: .cst h d oIt'r. D '. :{ ILL1 i >.N".--'Ltn, li.-m ut! Prison .*".msind .. o ('(. knd '.r nth.'r a scasustrcss., one \stiii. B.t. .
[ ? Mrrntarc -A ounir man Minrr Jreaiitry -Mrs. Roynll's Paul "IM :atnrdiy the lli Ii.\ ( f Jn'.** nt X' : %(..' d-ssclvrd Terms made
/i rc> near : --.t tia I-T'UI.! iiiti'i, w ;Ji 'sy inir a ti'.tnttnrh know on th ,.. ji It '. m .M;'im', was iftunJin: I Ltd.from. a visdv Pry has the following paragiaph in relation to I "'lll.arc in tILe C l) '1"' 1' ski l.i: ., t. I..' i'> .V.. I IJi i 1I1t I :lr-.: iI.tV' ,f f'f.obrr' i I. sTnoe indebted in tf:,. 'alkk! :ct A1'--[ IS33.

", III' ,,, ;i ue? His ;pain lay throujrh wood- the burn.n; ;: fthe Treasury iitiildinpf.We I I 1m UK' original: jilan /f tas. cuv '-f 'I 1 u'lhr'ss: .. I,.,- f'.rn: ; will crm' f.rua.d i'lu. lnse I1. ir; .w,'",) i .

'( 1114 A pi.t of th e:tati; jf J-.TIS H l 'lIJi..trr rii ii. ClniiKv.. Fei-ruarv ) '1'I ll I( '.' AHC': Ki.ittt. ;>. s1t1iI:.-,
'. believe "M S ON Jr.
fr"ImIC.; leu the
l iL t t except' Mrijr: .rliii pines public mind is i well I A i
j
pretty c.e-dit of fjur ia nt'is' wi'l' 'M tr ijfcfl I11 _>d I 1 t- ,.;. ., \VlLLl.- !, '.J' : A'SI6I1CC uS' V. m. Vnl.am:, 1 I Petition to foreclose
hjii l hCt'li iJtr.vn! and made : S. I
.
cat
It'1 l ; t that the ,
weie
{ late
Iving onjoin tJ'jw ..
up conflagration was not -EEDf A 'I I ) nIY ltl 'r. ',> ::; S wLiA3l\ > ( I'M: >. : \ :. 'Iong:1
:*). He NvipjicJer; the Ing and :'lt nS'I accidental. And if it is true (and we cannot: t c _____-___ k '. FI1-'UC-RL! FLOTARD.T ] e.

,:Zi1 too :uul hg itci hea ri. Hix I f.jir mis.1 : question our authority) that tlio tire originated I LJUNl > lus .] .5 ,'1:1.1i\ i)'-.T | siur- r i iiri Si'UR'lSEN'S .NC/1ICE. \ : iCE I IS lit t. ii v iten tn the said !1 heojorcFloJL .

.. r{'rtM\'4 (d l linn kindly. $:JdJt'lIi., ,on leapa S'wort: a f'lil ::I I"'r I. ;,_ ...ct"l II I a.d, a.ilt', all '.jni claiming
in i the attic the .f.1 : a- I ptr > or to claim by
over of tl.e ,
Chief .
,'\.': la .ni ircr, lit. j found iiinisdi itiini a loom Clerk ii- \\ I.wh i i-> ,ir ,se oj ..-'F' i.-r Hi:it j: :>, (I. u-,? tin .l:11 l a.. nr.urr bm, and t. ail ptrs>oiis interested,

i It t .1 rr( ui' I tca r. lie sprang; to tic near- uhorc 110 lire had bean kindltd for some time fl-l.f.lJ : iMxti pc Lviy V/i:lut.;:.'.:., trf'ot: Oie- .., tiia: >t ,'.It'a' r f.j fcrtrl".
''lilt: aiH ..ntK'J up| the hear' climbing up : back, and that one of the Clerks who had the ,J Lib 3 t fre i: lion: : Ljrji : i llrl! : i .ai "I ir : ." '. .: r. $& ci.y. : "! a .- kt.., (Iri; .inal pi n,> nrnucrtd IS1,

:; .1. M luisij: oil ue of Ills fevt, he dashed I disposal of a largo amount of Unit t p' 'rlfr : ; t .li ,:,11 .I.e..d ", 11'011 ;I 2 .. Ij I I :.t1: .p : :0 4.1.t.- I ": 'it :.IJI, m"r''I' i" *. ii, .an Wiliiau aril by
Sllm'I I 'IV.r'lS! jrC.'lU.lCDM; : t.'t L.Z .' I. :In s;.">(i. :} '. J.- !! M. ? -:'iititt \, ili.an. K"rr .nd R 'h-rt
I I.IJT.H, ) MII I e gtiu u ul. Tic, btu returned I shiners, is a defaulter, aiid who refund '.air H'rjreshas

I uM ii ;t't'll"'d, with him before I T'iiE.F ur ,\c: 1 J .:t..r i: .... AtIT. _. J. e-11110 .t I t t n.td ihss day 1.1 the olMce 01 th._ tLrk ;.fLcoc
canyinr iiej.fm the Committee .' r.
4 ( .I'r"I"JI : .
to inform them I :. u 'C Ct.u.t.
: hueri I i. .- -. 'T tor
1 tc: ir/iiic tu the ho. _- _- ." -J.i 'a_
ur.il.it! :
iul- .
;; iioo' JJruin; ai-ctiiJ-'d a tlurd time, he _* 'i G.i-s.t.: '. i" ..- _. .- .. I _'...
was on Satinday night, or at the time (the 'jiuniy I c''uit. t.r; lc I\( to t'l: nf ;tin ret t .I t "-. ':' "." JOHN K. CAVPF.1 .
jM.t : ;
t' in 1'JI\11I1I1I" te tl' t ( .fI"lO
r.uiinji. unn), hoping! fire broke out.-Why then, we we .1" Ju.i.i' han Tliuiilias deci' > ,II l .T'C ..' I TI ..J'.III. .; : "".. :.":J1.".... f For petitioi.trb, Ktrr ic tit 's.
'I I tf. a'\'I!. 'It.d t'w tn'o sii u oUt nfty feet and say ate M"A : Apul5:3.! : .

.' r .1\|' -i.nrlifii: linn. :,lleiiipU'd ti> shakeii compelled, however reluctant, to I.tccf.me a r..--.(3S--hJ- J -- -1:.--d-P'CH if!. '. ".' tt ... I A v--.v t q..a j '.>\ fin t'.n' V'irs old! colts, three null : :f;-4ui
-- I. :
..1.I it 1.1 v ;' .::. ;io IIi" foot wj iit'itJ! L by the I rom crt to the belief that omethinjr -> rot |1J.\lIO-l---TIL\TnH.-.'..--\V n 'J- .! I'- & ..' 'ii-; cn'rai: "C MOW. I 'h f.n-fcit, toe! run:1';I Ia 1"'Q;: Tii.i.; .-tu ".'t.k- ."'{l'r date ippicjii4. wiiJ

/vsL I/.. la hfhi Idc\'r; } .- j i'i ,'.iiis>,'C' 'vin. -t. the Tu .' 1 an by mite sunscri:tr to .h.! lien ihe Court
in l"in
.1 i ui' itifni.iie\; : a ir4: !, wbolKidlostlrslioid! ; t jn Denmark. On SaIl day morning in > l 'I.' ri'ui -.tI.-. I cay !jrr. ( if ihi ,
I.i. !'it n.t! i ; \\ i ."'.r Ml ,i.1. tO.t 114H tl-lilU'V, .1 '& l ndvis'd
uungsuc.nl by te! lover'si : to.tt this c t1j. snou'd! ill ll {
; .
..' poor c : o ill\'eojll '.rsl .Saturday in Julv 1 IHX., 'n* -i.jct- <,; 'lr- II'. --:'at I' ea'rit- t.) in"tlr a r t"I, I a; r1!/ lit 'I e nni.i : ..- ,1 I.C tataie (Ii James Hie: f s. dfavt >, of said

Y'h .i.iaif.' Hn'l1gtlJ ill'c.!lImJ cx- .and t foretold' sOUlf.thig: would: resti't ated'i ,'itc nl" John P. f-.tl. lo.o u.' > .;<' f-t..Iflt.-. r ... (If uay bticru the races. Tiirte entries alre.if.y: : r C tltH\' Ii ; Nil\ F. f'LuMONS.:
|!tl A. ''" T :;:u lu<> hold on tc; tree and down I Hriw ct..a1o,1. .'.T fr I. n.-iiss. *.. A :: r-:7:: I tc.- >.}. ," "
6
I examination. And on Sunday moi'uug) t fe V.I D I'I! : :! : .. nt' v
.e V4 nt i. a nn-nd'uis coneys .ion) to tl-e I t. .._ i' a \ I __ t. I i'us! : i c flIY' "f s he I11rt sflendi,1 I S'% "
ec.taI
.L. ( .1 i I.< ;ro: struck oil tiie l tear auct ICh( 1II-1 Jjfmr a tlltr, lllu nest was d iicai -lIukin; :-iJ JTH'ILe h. u I pi'nrM.t.:;. .1 n.;. .j'r"} .'\--.-.ilJ''-; J \ 1 rrur' 'nHi : Luittil f tunic ; iind Aill attrvt t5 rievt 1< 0.I'I- .- \\ t .'dl..Jdr., all I't.r .'I sattr.st;

I.t' H1' It'/J[ ,;','1 (hsl t'llIt.u c..lrCl.\ h isV. ruin g Too quck: on the trigger this lime lorI 1"41.. .''ictwetn: 'I h..in.: PitMon Jr. .- I.I I \\,'ild :r.. i D I. a ;. ntUiP l n \.ltr., arc fund nf c. the .l. ;.tJII"' -; r" fls'ten1f.tpufr1n f" i.lr: : .\, It
tug naurajin
V it1 t" '.' .1. . I I. thp n..ulent. 'Hu.I lirtarn.o ho ....s.. .- tctught > 1'...t.n- /'isda-v d.:!:S'.'. *'d bv 't ti.i! .. ,!isr nt. ''hi, .. :i/iof I! e turf, in '. '. < t r>t t''>e ini.n. .1 her 1 l.t\t, .\v u t siil'seniu.rs t" Hti-rj Vv'nians::

.lJ) i it3 j u. .n Vfjed Drum ija/mir wiJly at him napping, wh 'n the public good demanded lli jr. is uii'iit, aiiuion-f-t-( 11 s" ; M II ';,> t>'j"'r.t" ,s' 'TIIJ.H"1. 1bur.t."y.. ..l. HIt l' "trijr If.t}". ac n Kill Kot b_ paid-.fiO
.t; in. ;tL3Lratfl ha\ .
Tli'I-i! : : : ri t'hj; 1 J. .. : tn Hcti: f.d. '
.j 'ttiJ' LtuuJL&f!; "by: uch: lo'fsy tiiniblii :. his services. 'l\\j., I hILL
V; :1. \\
D. .I.
JoNJ.'J. : HOLLAND.
"1ti. ,;-'lIted {pair sat eying tac.i other} lorv Q'.. T-y, May 4th 1ST -t.y: ; I''F..::-Tl-p: : mi's; :_ncd ha'.injj;; estiblial-u'! JChN LANrr127 **.

f'i Idllil the J)elr'I1IlS t.c moresever4d4t Deathji-omasin l> Liecli. A 34'w 1\1 '.11 is-:If :tt S.. .\IarKs an anoiiouttr \ ; 1S-53.
:
stout n.s. aCl1' -
'o :.t' tv;.>. >liowing 110 ins of tight, lad, in the country f 1ITY 't'-.s.---i:;:. i he l.jrI7..,. '.11' T.tih I:,. 0".In f :ti.i.nl .,'ircii'if, iL-prrtf''iiv i o:Kits a pc-it.oM 37
'"' mJ neighborhood of Paris, ".i. s. i SPCCUIU\ IvrwI: d tlal t1l! dlt'Ut 'iif.r! ,It \U"I, 12( ii.i} I''*.\ t. *"- -'. {h. 1'in.tr-.ii-i 1 ed I -
; .
'v: tu.di; I'""f : lle\l,7eavinjr liis hit: aiJ J li.r 1 :::I ; >i-U) < u: oscvvlm iii.iv. cirp5',; executor .1 'h.. last
zed
II ..It4" ,4111.1 1,11:1, his l friend of the Min yiirai with choli'-, lor wiiich a dozen leeches .t a; 110\1 tl:.'. und thit': 'lit; I ':JII HI tO pay the I, < I ;. m, t: -!' ::t :,'Ian I.C Ii lir t WI-II: i \vel lU:'; '.. I u .1 i ai.o :(::.tI'icnt of >!II'rrardl'
t ,,; !LUll an e"cpie.ive; look were applied to the Pt! of the .tomah. \Vhtnthr 1 t., I" u'cnlJlr! It Ills -.tit.c! : in the Uu : ...! ,:r.c.t. f "'111r' to 1'1.1' fl: ir rpt.:o.atn..i. r-> : M n- !I.t a.:. f trM-rs: ..aving1 dtmands aam
.
..
accompu- loll i"ur C,1S: uf ;hc court-hol1' i I to :.tI a;. n.qlc."ad .. ,
'. 'I H.* and h '.. of \' hid done their office burnt :.' 'qizii-.', n'lwr} ,' he" 11.I't.teJ n- Ir q'ialtd with Jnni, are r 'snr ( f"l,1 '; . ,. : rts> nt the same duly at.
I11. \\ .1 > J e the head, which some ra: was .; rf'_udy! ,:: tll' bs :1v' lh of 4,, a... j.. i : c:"." !I'nq' n.\. s: d .u .. .':,- ...1.1.. \\ 'f. D. M'CALL
O\v. Ex'tor
.' J ,Iir; JII''o.: that had i it been ibc, it put to thc part, and the ilient .VJr.imh 1L..n! unth tt rI..r :'; .iOJ TJ r I Ar ..)-, .1 ht .-' _
1 h.a
3 .
lJ poe> p was left alone: : C'jdcciioiLs a-"f 'able to \11'AllTIl'n. ; .\ I. r P.. "if.. 'i OMMihc: at 'I':1U! iliass-re and r'o PV, i ; .HO'ri "
i.av lt.n a Oj.ike of the The for the remainder of -
: the t .f.I.Po;
paw. young day, on bcing'isitel1 \\.CRi\VS, : : : FRNt: r. v l1r:'.; ;G. ).D 'r 9 &iT.1
SMI* n-nvtMcd fiom bis bnihcs and the fair at the end of Sf; ( -" Ail:t .." .- Dl :tlai
that period, hi-> bed was found 'lIy Tu C4'.4 r.j" i- ir s. nt to him I.I ; s.ll'! will j( krj t A
LtUtE
t"11" luj In':'n the indirect cause of tnend- I full of blood! and the bleeding fr- or, rhfi :e "luil-old! ; I<-ir-s{ rultU.'sst! tu !liini, I I-- .L3&! and complete assort-.
went in .
''rt' \ .r., I on spite .-; HL 11 I.lli.c (:0. 'i. his irtas fIi, fit uf
(hIIC.: tl 1 iiii l.le in'ucn immediate o'" effort I :: :' sm PUCK .1 c itt 31.v part.of tl.. Trifch D.o7sand:! :.Li: c?,just rcceiuom -
(1010.' 10! every to stop it. Three and twcnt Ju3t nceiit-.l a lartvf r "Ui.t VS: ill I be tsr NeW \ crk and .
.in on i.is wound., nnd made( llis ) 1 A |'t"Iript nt.f. vi Ii l tu.i'llarko Baltimore r s .c, wholesale
hours after the ; r tst& ezyf f-Z '.l.llj I}' fc .h ; tiLl rtl,. I
U\ .. 'caches Ilrnt. ; \larcli'25(1 \'ollntrll\1'rchi1nt
I. .j an cary J u.'l\I ';"-Tran"ijt" were applied, the pa- : :: :1W.JJ.; 3Ht andi'tu euionerssupieU -
t. lJl'.Itriu.s: : v.hioh ti'tI :): : nth"
icnt v. .h most
was cairied tt La Charite. I, accciriiundcvtiiij: terms.EDV. .
The abdomen HOl'k l la 'l.a ri1er/ 1riaai J; J
I.d-'rt on i: ,id imc "* : .I k : : /JiSu iel, Gllc.litit1'IIWII!, .
was covered with one enormous clot my >'," 'tri. nt j..t. :.uh I IIJ. M & :: .i I I.f SEIXAS.
Yer:' ,'. In ; I m. it cun-j j: \y : f-ucgistMairn..haF'orula.
"a ti'-.v play! termed The Grcezi L and it was discovered: the hamorrlJagc pt.c: a.. f .i! than! u has VILUA.M iV'HARRISON, i -- .
ya
niji'j B".!. >. ,a a dialogue, tHC Vankcr i is from piocceded bLL1I I :... ('Ji t-if: > I \ s ;'. lit Equity. -
I a single leech bite < ; artl'Isrecf'lItly | ; Henry :Ia
situate about
'
Yonge
uuaiu..T! ; .,', v.;Ill hislattur was He received anHoward's! ti I ic r P.ICHXKD .I ('Y1). \
: :
replies, four lines n. II Was nn lather; ? My t latlicr was the first above the navel. The blood was .'afe :o iij dE'ctu,1IIrt I for thr J C"(T iii.. .';>: : CoinjiM: 'gr }.;.e.iitt'i, c II the sat; -::,c' .on of the court, that .Atiornrj. (.'ounseiior at Law
Wr uJ j / arterial-Nitrate of silver hlornii-' 'oih! wa.-h-ihe hat u lie r mi il'tViul.tnt j. ;
thrashing/ as
machines. I am the first of a styptic was tried jrII..lra.:I'" Ic I1'l\\ II t'r I I not an iiiliabitant; of this t-t- U.r.L'Y.
ak(l'. and cau be ttt in in ,vain, and the actual cautery was had 'i ibcascd teeth and gums : SO Ki ds f.mv inroiraiiil; ,-.toi\ Uiso.iifi i d that the -a: at t eieftiiiiuit, icrtE FLORID
o > recourse HPl'l.M'ud
; eratiop at a very t-.z- tL' &c. ii; : :a ii-: >\. CL the "Iail1l"t.. 23 t f.J'uii:1
Lid
u. withi'i
1' :ti l"ur
eXJ u.(, al1J at the shortest to only when it .ivs mr.nJis.
!
noticc so look was unfortunately toe T'IIl.JIJ:1S"ic..l'l..1Y! 4th 133. ixhc.wi the bill! wi;, 'e U'ken 't-? .
He then ieNTib.'s! the New late the Ehglaud extremities cold t tin Liter ordtnd
syunJ were the pul-v thai H rpjiof thi.xn-4.ci ,uri hteHI 111.f. -
>crubbm Brush )Iachin .' Into 41 A 1! UP .".-\'<11} I' *.oriir an.bri.r. .t. ( ii> > : 1.1./!:.stri-Mt.-'n-'. ;h> {'i ubhc thai : lit
the scarcely perceptible, and the voice extinct the Uultj..1 : .- tt IM'v. !.r.k- -'r in I this Ji>trirj <,'h'" IIs 'aith rs sc
e 11'this i .
rr-ic.'jine, he drive \ r'I i .' s tie| i l.k ot' \Ht k t4.rf. ur n-oiU'is.' : I r r. : r I., att. t:1I\1 f.il.l to rest&iuu.. his;
I. iiortli4.r
dir R.LESTER .
says, you a hopcwivs ;; patient expired two hours after he entered the d: [ L.4c '.!. i ii Cuu.tv.lili !I: 1r..t sscneft : -
e Jwy 3rt eftJ
r. "
_
a goinr, and it"ivili produce ready li'.i: t ", which: art: y.Hinjr anil of a Snt F..I'lli\l !d I. :,:;. iJm [fI

sallsa r! from one tnd, and patent scrubbing r I .1.hospital.: Upon.. examination of the body, bay ci-Liu, am.!.will_wnrk Wt 11 IO.-C,1 l err F. I :';. -\ ''>. -- i't tIr Ii-
fr. __ Jl'Mi- t& r'ic illl.t
s t .1. inuir was utll\IISC. p. s
". ..". noimnjj remarkable L.1. IlUDE1'j : -
: j ,
'IUllT. I ooscrveo except ; l" t __? it"t .' / l '. r
\s '" all.ihasMC d.
I the absence Tal.alia-, May 4th 133. 3. f \.l'l 'Fl .A. 1 ::y.
ot blood from the ii.-nr.t; .
It heart, and all JOHNHDARR' } : :> i1 Ctt.: -.;r. where L aivays 11I,.

et in the cfwr/.-Two who the tissues.-Medical Castile. Pij HU'lItf..IH.IIII: is .c found, e.\api when ..batn' on Y
persons under- TOOK HEKsT"JC hrc.y iif ;ifi, d, tint suit has proto jon\1; basi-
rmsfor water, .fe_ btui con" ; 2i" _
were lately taken to Egypt ) HiLtd: iy j.rict.-s (If\ f-t' .:'iuif.: re- 3hf"O.

Brig; :. then Consul at Cairo. They were The following extract of f a private letter i is :. 'I LOOK AT Till.- !-- : h.; new t ore m turnable! to the i.."\t .v i' i'r "" 11.. of ( ..id.-dwf! c '..t.t .- : : H'K.: D.-.cr. rl IO.NCL FL

yed under the patronage of the Pacha to published ia the Standard of this It .UI1RV has again j'st tf'fivetf |>er. the "" hoor.trUitiaxy : I >. i'I1.1 X 'C I IS A.CASL, 1'I'U..r'r. l' t.tin ihi | uviic, th.l :lit tartstinr.id Tcunshc.o'p.hr lof -
morning. -
\Jr water m the desert. At about should not have : calt. Fkflier, f.om IVuYskai.ei: I'M...uM-1hiit ett''I:1' It'a" ::.I t ':3. :,1'1' f to, :...ih, nit-hi* usat' n. c !S iCHUIJllos ptcc":
thirty I
unless their : west of 'Iai !
appeared '
rom the ground is good ,. ::1 .ir-efc;ipph' ot t" Mi :. >' ch.il. > i i"jaIt' -
( the : ; : :: 1 h' ( u "'),- n ar iuuys
Firry
says Repertory of Pa- authority for it rnd if there is 4-f ftn '' laus : I i 1'rrLtuf q: /'c > .'v, LE vII Cit''t on tt.'Ctdt..kT: t river
Pivenuunsthey) found. such\ authority ment i y < > I'O. U'liKi' :*: d.i n. -'i-b, ;..1 i 1 ttpeiLr .tri-i. I G"l I .$4.
of i.
: stratum sand stone; why i is it alluded I ,1 \\'ihninjrt, '. i > -. .- .a. l'l : i >l\ 305'11
toey got through that to by the Committee of in- assortment 4 n *'i't; : Ijitnu' : '10 .Ji" : I .. l :> ,...
'
an abundant lan- ( .
t supply! drillinir }hands-inie assoriinnt i t'IH.t.I. IL.tLt'r; : H A u 1.1S
'or
ter
was procured \Ve believe the vestigatioL.-[X. Y. Se<./m< /, ./ip'iII8.] II-I-M- nS bj : honia Bnmnn.!d <>ih' rs dd c.J'uts. \Ctiy- lo. 11 UH.E.all *
counsellor
txpcrihas Iller ware : l-ro'.n \ery .n : oreen'amlei. LA\. Alarianna!
succeeded at every place where it It' & uths i j jflvet l I' .u'|it an. tu : he Mitiat'aton: lit" the .r .. ., : l"l"lIa.L ; January
lias trtntlei.'Mi's J.ilt i
R'tr
imaiic. 'I'] reports prove true, I apprehend the \ : ) \ !n.ai.'r itl!,tiuiu- I| Court that I 1331.I 2rtCliAltLL
of JC water is soli and pure." In the I community will form mer hato : men's and !toys wonli.ats! : ien, 'lep'(!': flue t tlary i'arner. tl tntet i\irkrrand Eliza V. Jone > L. '
Suez a tank has an opinion Oil the su .jwct. I .rl"f Ihe net ndaiits atb.t said SlihR AN, ATTOR.NET LAW-
been tiircdtl love.badellfs ai.d are
made of iZOOO I ; ulu.Jlc.IJ', I St qu.l.tj : not rtM'intb of AT
The au iLL
'1 content,allehenl'3l others are in IHlild1U cu-. I clerk who was agent for disbursing the ass .1 ntof \ i.\t ins, with cxtr\ lung buw : exri p ni- tins trnitury, bu: live in some other part of the United i \V"{\ in Jackson Practice in the COUrt- 0: this District, and
States. V.
a qufotioii of contingent fund of tho department led silv T pencils : gentlemen'. and oail County est Florida. His Otncc
worthy philosophical; consul- was suspected ) >s dancing It is I is (,n Jefferson Street
n i what I of of all therefore decreed and ordered that unless opposite that of the llegiscer.
rua be ,
sizes. said
the pnnipn
cttecl of tills beirig a defaultrr awd the fire originated N. B. All instruments
discovery defcrdams of
civilization and children do. do ap; .ar anu answer the I I writing, will be drawn
| of Egypt Ladies nmbcs : tortoise shell tuck c"mpuin.lnts bill with the
in ,
and his strictest
Arabia-Uie fer- room. You recollect that the fitnl herein, before attention to their
Uon of thesoilthe I ai.d sdcombs: splended : genllemcii'-s kad (.n or the first .\;.ondiy in Juiencx', legal accuracy.

l>e advantages derived increase of population, building was burnud on Sunday night. On I tasluonable, work haskers : do. rn-cKet lurelkerclncK pur.eo :: ih.it the same bh ill be laket'no confini and the mat- Tallahassee, June 20, 1829. 3 tt

the barren and by that commerce to the preceding Friday he is said to have been' J!j I: do. worked and l lacd raps : a handsointiissi-rii'iciilcf it'rt> :aALruoi''crce.I arrartlir.iy: : l'rtJri'trlll1:1.t this 1WILLIAM L.
!' l HASKINS
arid orj'-i
deserts !
!
publisi.td I .
have presented i ribbands : artificial Holers : belts : h curls -omeauUioriz i. e.. prin- r will
required by the ; y (btadcn Secretary in his .
st. Ere. Trans. to bring pat; sh.ides : perfainery : cologne water etc. : most fashionablt IcJ: in .iiii tJ U'itrirt oihv a .S t.k f .r -LU "Jf.1)l.s. amend to any business the city olNtw YORK.

pers, they being as he alleged! at his house,, :, leghorn b
nan Salt a Remedy for Jnimal Poison.cv. .- and to settle up his account on the next Mon I be dres-fd :0 tbe laaliion few-Y(Ilk; : an assortni :nt4if ThE Yv ELL EN(V N hORSE.JOiN I lie cnti generally.ttd to him by his friends in Florida, and the pub.

J. G. Fischer, formerly a imsbinnarv in day. He states (that ho did bring them on Sa- ) 5-plcndid veils : Pra' lan red stocKin's, of all .MZCS N "w-Yi-kf July 1832. 52
tf
Atuenca, says he actually and ell tur ayand that they were burned in his room. and colurs : an assortmellt of jeve.ry, *uch as ladies RE1\ihY.

aU kinds of very painful and dangerous ctually lie admitted that ho knew the statement of his fine. breast pins, car rings and finger rings, watch keyset. I WILi. :.uJii.isseA.ni, ts I I lamps lacks brass ,
: patent : : iuih
bites: ; a large V
E
:
after assortment I.'lutda tai ? Jill! endt formed a Law
they had been inflicted for account, but refused to disclose It ol meta1 bells from 16 r ttivicc HA partnership in Florida. The
Our it. is said I in dies down to tlit at $1 j the
; by tile : as>on ; >25 insurance the residence of the former is in
payable 1st
Tallahassee
ed With?water aPPIlCjt of common salt he also refused to state where he was on Sun smtlIcst size : Goslun cheese: fresh prunes aid figs: of January next, or when the mare ij parted-.O cts. the latter at V est Point, Appalachicola and of

T any bad t'tftct, and bound upon the wounds I day night. It is also said that he has neen I aVue: aid fever drops, warranted to cure : Purl w me, 7 to the groom ; a company of six mares will be stncd entrusted to them in any of the conrts Bay.of Florida Business
eVer occurring afterwards, Ir years old, as neal us when imported,and a lot of h d- at the tat the the
for price Eteiy :attention or adjoining Counties
case will be of
sa. from some timu in the habit of paid lo Georgia or Alabama
visiting seal km trunks 30 bbls. wilj.
a in gambling some : sweet fint i'narcsleft ,
which tLur uh the horse hestri _
newspaper H ,
supe.
bitten a :: but llyattenJedtl.
no
a per-: establishment and that : .{ do. fine-flavoured ) Lrk responsibility for ac- Au .3cL JRIL.. .;.i1.JiATTOiiNlEs +..
by dug of his checks ew- beef cidclIls.I ----.7---
which within some on : tarter : starch
\'In. .. n,f few hours .L I
: L"
.
-- "ftl..an was Lila uuuuc are have anu sunol y o.nci; ai :n-ito, nuii.ii u' ctntr \> ILII msior- I II I DtS''TiptilAl.-Juhn Henry is -J.&O.WmTE
money Known 10 a red
C time Immediately ruoofu uueu iu I I deep sorrel, full 6
stjck
iner constitute
into the wound favor of a very handson assortment. feet 2i inches high, with a small
and the gamblers. Although I hear these star, his off hinder (
J3m
person JA. .
penenced : .ES ANuCOi-NaLLLl/US
C. foot
white.
ECLE .
He is of 1'
any inconvenience from theriardt. things on all sides, I should not give them to, EDE VAN _fclVUUR, > sessing a great share of tIe activity first tiurC and, good action, pos "Y"riLL practice in the c. urt of appeals ; superior LAW.

._The St. you, unless I believed them to be substantially P vs IN ATTACIUIENT. in his form arc ce-mbmed all the escentials nrusf"ularstrength of courts of Leon, Jefferson, Gadsden and Hamil-

re living near Poosk Petersburg! Gazette states i true. There is no evidence th.it ho vas near rHOS. EA TON. ) I horse ,.f Uie first order. a race ton. Any agency will be promptly attended to r Letters -

uia, an old? on the frontiers ofl the Treasury TM1AKE notice the above suit has been comrnenced Jedigree.-Joliui Iltnry sired post.pall sot
man named DEMETRIUS Department on the night ol the JL was by old M uccle John
who J8 now CKA1G3 fire, and he be in a justices'.court for the county of Monroe, and hr hy old sir Arch}, fcis dam by old Potomac his EW DRUG & .
old. entirely innocent but his great CHEMICAL
may STORE.
b. years The Russia ; I made returnable to the next dam old N
Gallitan
has May term of the superiorourt by and ia 7 ohl
this
irs
-JOHN
always led the humble conduct has subjected him of ye spring. M'LEMORL Ai. D. & Ce.
but tranquil to suspicions which I : the southern judicial district of Florida
aH AS.
Shepherd
J. PITTA Inform
Aft.
whom PACL, assisted ]hy his two sons, the it will take a clear exposition to obviate. 'crsons interested therein are hereby requested to; ba March 16th 1933. 302m Ii that they the inhabitants of Middle Florida,
is and expect by the next arrivals from
120, and the appear at the court house III the city of Key-West New-York
-t 97 years old. younger .Jlllhe first Monday in FIRE INSURAiNCL. a large and general assortment.
May next to show
cause if of Ji- .
id statute; '" suMx sed to be of Theseus BLANK BILLS OF LADING-Neatly my 'hey have why judgment should not be entered INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can I connected>!* drugs with and that medicines line of business, and every other article

recently tgainst the said Thomas Eastin the most favorable ; which they wili
nt dTered in one of the sewers __ and kept for sale at this Office action to the terms, on appli- offer to the public on as
accommodating
Atlj5 Subscriber terms and
WAI. T. ATKINS agent of the Protection Insurance las
'I:18 about C. M. C. low
and of the finest the size of Apollo To Planters. Key-West March 30th 1 lt33. 32tf company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application been obtained prices as medicines of similar quality have ever
in
marble the
and best the territory.
tUtp style SALE.-4 'AT U l1Ct.-'JX weeks after date [ tair Cash value of the property must be We with .
FOR Boilers application will announce
Copper stated and pleasure that Dr
.*Tr &welI
satisfactory evidence
."t be made to the honourable the furnished of the cor a
I court for gentleman of fine talents
Also-C.pper Dippers, Skitnr'er8 uid the coun- rectness of the ard first rate medical
Scoopi.u representation
Case of Gadsden and the reading
for ,
v letters of good moral
ezaieT \V reduced prices.-Alw. 10 pair Horse Mill Stone administration on the es- character of the has been engaged for a few months until the
,
ATJOlU the applicant. The practisin
of
of
ate the
Circuit opin- Henry Mabhboum solvency Office
Court of Apply to deceased ; on behalf of the and its fairness season, to superintend the establishment
the BETTOR and
Distri & UIOBY. punctuality be at which tu..c
of Colum- eirs and creditors of may confidently
the
!. I&il833 \J' tf estate, p. RANKIN on. retied .other competent assistance will be obtained.
April I3lli IWJ. E. 13..lEIUI: ; s. Our
3J6": is;. B. medicines will ,
f fit Tallahassee, i'ej.22, 1S31. i>7tf c opened in .Mr. EL'k :
I large building, corner of Clinton <$- Adams BU't. ii3lttUn.



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.THE FLORIDIAN. REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM. i%. subscriber $befs !eave :o inft'r .. Ill" .- y. them previou. tbTfim'cTj tb' ..

: PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORNING AT THE excruciating pain.-the decrepitude and defor- &: friends and the \ generally, that he has .l,'s ,,e to. \ant immediately t dischajea
', and the premature old age which are theusual term and if oc
taken this establishment for a ; I as longer indulgence will not
: ; dollars in advance Five in si\ months I given.
Pour ,-oi attendants disorder suffered
of the are_ by many h- meets with such encouragement M hewishtaio K. and S. a selling off their
11 bf discontinued unless at the from despair of a or disappointment in the efficacy ; will be furnished cash >tnt
c No paper option of cure merit he will continue it. His table and produce,by retail and st .
of the numerous pretended antidotes to effect this his exertionsill wholesale 1 uc aU
best the market can 8fford-anu on very lib.'ral t"by
.o the Editor, be t re arrearages are paid. But made fair trial of with the .
have
those who
purpose. a comfortable 1 ) March
w be unremilted to render his guests as "la"I! ?d 1833.W .
Adverti'emcats will be conspicuously inserted at seventyfive D R. J BB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT, OREN M iRSH.
as possible. :ue to .
even in casea of longstanding. and of the most severe 21 f. ( authcrlzct announc J stj4
cents per square for the first insertion, andfifty App iUrhirola. January 2th 1833._ t SON Esquire, a
character, bare receivedcertain relief, and many have t repf
cents for each subsequent continuance. All ail been cured in a few days, some !in 24 hours! as a number Regular Packet frwn St.Mark to Jfew-Urltans.P.H. Swaim ounty m_the next legislative eurlct. .

; vcrtisements will be continued until forbid,unless other -- of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly THE newschr. Lady between Washington this and, Nsw-Orleans, THE Proprietors oi ihe noted and foil2

MADE i : and sold wholesale and Re- afflicted with Rheumatism have very fully te U- will ply GENERAL ADREJACR .'
vise ordered. of the as a regular packet, during this season. form the that nc will stand the ,\
p Frederick county, Md. by C Herston, tied Certificates are in the possession Proprietor accommoda public elnv
The postage on all letters and communications to the concerned in the Patent with Dr. Jadkms. proving the most thorough and surprising cures by For freight or passage, having elegant E. commrncmg n the 1 5th of March and end
SL1XAlnjmolia
board &
Editor, must be paid, or they will not receive atten- The above Ointment \is offered to the public as a means of this powerful.LINUfEN1. in cases where tioni, apply to the captain on or to of June, at Tallahassee.
99th! IP39 I9if
: l on.
some of which have so long baffled the skill of medical EYE WATLR JOSEPH Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi '

-The undersigned proprietor ot the iCleuce.l For sore or inflametf Eyes, gives immediate ease and LAilD.f rritory, as ,suco-saful racer, that a prc't

WOl'lCE.: Springs, on the Suwannee, known as White Swellingsof every description. relief. On recent sore eyes. the effect U most salutary HAS received by late all his pertoruuticc& is not deemed '

i.&llsJCR: Springs ; informs the public that he will be 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.3d .-Where the complaint has been of years standing w-Orleans. the last Jockey-clul> races near this city, ber t

prepared by the tirst of June to receive visitors, and Schirrusor Glandular Tumours. particularly and in some exceeding bad cases,the most unexpected 50 bis. and half barrels mackerel No. 1, 2 and 3. sccoi,d days purse aistanclig all his four.C "

- \' promises to use every exertion for their comfort. He hose hardened tumours in women's breasts which oftentimes and desiraUc relief has been found in the use of this 1 15 casks butter crack rs, the first heat. At the last -lr'annn rce }

I will be able to accommodate ifty or sixty persons dur1 terminate in ulcerated eancers. e ye water. alter every other remedy had l failed. Many 50 bis. whiskey, for the second days purse, distanced aU a.r

iag the c-Hiiing season, on a style as good as the coun- 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name: crsons who have used i it, pronounce it the best pre- 25 bis. Navy and Pilot Bread, the second heat: Wit case ; anti at the lastQ"

Cry affords. He ha prepared a pump in the spring of Catarrhs, of every description. aration for those complaints they have ever met with, 50 Irish Potatoes, ccs he look the days purse wi lout ((

which conducts the water into the bathing houses, so 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints. 'specially in cases of soreness or inflamation of long 15 Keas G( hen Butter, lie is six years old!, and of the best nt '

tthat persons can have the shower or lundging bath ; 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in standing. Price ;J5 cents a Lottie. 20 and lioxcs tobacco, Sun a, being sired by the tamou- TimoIconqL! 1

And persons coining from a distance will at no time whatever palt situate. None are genuine unless signed on the out stile 75 sacks seed Oats, mot celebrated and tiv.iirie colts ">f old
jneet: with disappointment by the overflowing of the 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint, the patient printed wrup[ er, by the sole proprietor, 1'. KIDDER, 15 bundles good Hay, and his dam was ly the high: bred

rjver as mineral water can always be obtained by ir. applying the Ointment, must keeptbe part immediate: successor to the late Dr. \V. T. Convvay 55 bis. Boston No. l beef ''hip. He is a bluod bay,- : Impr

.xneans of the pump. F. J. ROSS. out of water' For sale at his Counting Room over No- 99' Court 25 sacks Livcrpo.l salt, high, and, unites great strength, u-Uh beauty \

i April -2Ulh 1833.. 2.4w 8th Chilblains, or pans affected by frost.It street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his special 8 boxes Raisins, unit tCL1ifl.T r
is also of best for Burns and o3.. Almonds Dried &,. &c. C. ms : $10 to ensurethe
"OT 1C K.Pursuant to a warrant to us direct, I one the remedies I appointment bv ( '; Apples, owner to piyif fc #
.l John Baldwin Esqr., w c have this day after being y Sc alds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in ashort E. B. PERKl-5. Magnolia, Febru.wy 23d I 1"3: I:traded$30) the season,de Ji
the season and *il5| iur .,,Jfffofg
i time. Druggist. ; ,
rsi July sworn proceeded to the valuation of the following ,
,
SELLING OFF L' ''W l-'Oll: CAfHTHEsultseriber :
For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular I ot r.iari ill be he
2 Jtf
visiablc mark brand Tallahassee, March 4, 1831. hOled as will be run S "
no at
cow, as an estray, or ; Jctler-
conarot
is edicine known tothe a' l.ism-w store, tail L ..s. t
Swellings, it superior to yet rac
is white with red sides, has long horu and tot any r
appears : -'s otter tinrsalf! the public
tt.
( G.
medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial : I ".i pasturage etc. etc. can be furnished .
bout five old valued at eitht dullars. <
:>R years *
f of any prepartion of that material,) because it does in general, handsome :'ifiNortmci'inf ilu t"lIo\\"I1, at>:.e terms f..r mares from a distance,to whiohipnettirs
THOMAS
fSigiud] BROWN, nannd articles the red Jiictd i f .r' ash. Vii:
A It. B. BULL. not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to im>- prices will attend requested No responsible '

Tallahassee this 9th day of April 1833. cold.This DRY-GOODS. bt assumed for ucci'lunts or rscapcs. !
-
Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- CC'Iui'ates of the full pcJIG"ncViII be fiirnJsif.4

TEERIT6RT OF FLORIDA, LEON COCNTT. in g. Where it i is impossible or imprudent to heal the Mlks, I'la"k, Grosvirnap, 1 b> UIM' Lu us' rint, Llarkirrcnet Fur funher particulars see bills, or apply tal&

I do hereby certify that: the above named Thomas external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming : Blue, Green, Pink, ind \\ lute Florences, si an J. t'. ilamUph, J. D. ,\ cstciji'ta. or j.
Bmw and It. B. Bull w ere duly sworn by me for the tari- us or rotten, it will the progress of the caries, Silks lush silk B .. tl.tt. I, 2il 133. "
4. CARD.-The subscriber having now a large r.nd]I KvitPil in \ancty, Poplin, .Veh. t. ;
-
JSiintdJ rtuii$) e above mentioned. JOHN BALDWIN. increase the quantity ol the discharge remove the ofins'u '. commodiou. house, east of the capitol square, i I Iprep.trcdto is- '. '.'tonio.Tartixii| Plaid, FurintUi-e, Call1'Iurerwr; ALFKLts; ; C'LJUbl U 1CK, '

; ) 'e Miicll. and eae the pain. I.'.irk Lasiini:, Bobinet and thrnid Laies, (hLmens, *s Attach
1 A CENTRAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION inL3C(
1'hc; above is taken A. Lambt'rt. 35tf ,
estray up by It cures the worst Felons Whitlows: on an application -
Islam! Cotton Plain and toured Jaco- ICH..KDLOYD
business, he hopes to receive a liberal s-pp! >. '-a Shirting, .,
1"Hereoy give notice to alt I 1 whom it nny conccr :, of 4d hourt.Hheumatisrns from the public, and pledges himself to those w h. in? ii-ctt, Swiss and Book Muslins, shawls, worked caps |. THE eieieiidnnt is hereby notified) that ij

u at I IhaJI, fX: weeks from the date hereof, apply wiiich: have stood so long a* to became ftivo T him with their business, to use his best ttl'irtN .nj dre.ses! ,hantkI'TchiefCalil'ocs, Gmchams,,Nanoeiii !- h. s isaued in the above cast rstnra \-9

to the) judge of the county court of Leon county, fur a s.>i>teiiiatic disorder. requires medicine to be taken inwdrdly to promote their interests. J. \VE TCOTT Jr. -, Biown h',lland, French Brown I I.men, f ttrnire ..'x. u.u tlf thi.s court and the ilclendaatier rr"

letters, tlf administration 011 the estate otV illiani to remove them entirely. But in most common (}r'l)4r 2d 1831. ;tf ,' i'imitfinc Cloths, Cassame-rs and Cassmelts, ".. !cn'IIS intcrc.icJ are icij.mv-t tc

Christie, deceas ILL. B. NEJ'I'TALL. ci,;C6 applying HIM Ointme'nt externally a* directed !bite ai..lAd! 1 Flannel, Negro Scotch and RusHAltDMARE ;: i'1 ad to me declaration. 1.ls.\LT app4'
ir will relief. And even in old people, whoslannhave A CAR I). ,
April 20th 1833. 3J6wJA give ,lit Stt'4.: 'I. ( :tnbtir. C. kt'. &r. ,4btiF.
t, ) been of longer standing, it will ease the Subscribers having: purchased the f-to'-K o 't'r.fe' .,
,.1ES PARISH fy MARTINFALMr.it 1 THE Ware-House Taylor! &. Jv !< ill, have 1.1.L'..- i lu. Coili'i.othOi.S it.lle

under the firm of Parish I tain.To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment l'ol1ll11enct"dhe D1.U((''OD GttOrj.'R 'P', IIAIWWARE.i r '..d in the CKJ o. 'iutldhai.ste, known i,$

PaJnur .xco. I) Attachment. itt ust he very valuable in winter on our coa'.t it being \ a assortment !\arc, ru>< '..t .eis' Hotel. It nut dia, used ut PtHoJ1ij i

vs. $ \ er? certain lUlls elled* on Chilblains or parts all'ected COMMISSION BUMiNESS. .idling ot ivnivts and Forkes, Pen Ui'ives, Spoons I Is, ot Urt ber the (prt' .tny v ill I* rt'ntd OD rel

O>W ELL E. BL RT. J w ill) frost it likewise preserves its qualities in all cli- Iu I additior to thir ln"lHt r >iiini'Hlf us biul ln'', -, .Nr.-, Razor:, Locks, Augers, Chisels, ivc., tc:ethfissM'tmrnrof a.h.: tcn..s. 'llH.ALl Zl.LL-\"Z': .

r FBlilldefendant and all other persons are required naloa they are about to erect slu-iis! anu !Wht" tor; I in! ii-<-t puiiof '. 11'f'le : rn"ii' T'PLANKS.. 343m i,), Ri thlUtt

to take notice that suit 1.as been commenced and A large mass of testimony' proving the value of this! ,I Cotton, Gooih, .. I.--r Sior.iqe; idtir (l'lliltll'. BiOG'jlS& SHE i. J O 1 :' :...-'1'1 he.;;

r aiiaclnneut) issued ill the above case, retuin.iblc to the .n ot \cellcnt medicine will br shewn to ihohe \vhoji 1:I will |.eromjlettdby h" I I..tl. Smt. Ti.i-vris>,icrttuily ; t 01 1 IIittA\i\t llUi'lIi, trtll'rly( It1'

jinx: .penor: court, for JetTerson. cuimty. 1SJ3.3V \\i-li\ further iuforiiialion on application to Dr HtTson ; solicit! a share of 'trl.li"| p'i.r: <'nau'i', iml! ;i'.<'(jcthein- -, A large assortni' nt ot t BaiM- :' .,: hitChtjCC: of CUI. Md.lIM ,

..\ Gi.n. IS.. ARNER. ntt'y. for pl'tiff. toP or to any of hi" authorized agent ekes tel a snc' ptriv. i j.; uni.lallcvt..' niiaMi
> .IA Ci "IP.-l'ulu.l l'"wtran\Jls IUII.1 Th) above mrdiciie sold by hj'euui appointment ofhe i. to their arc. -.d .a!J. jt : mi m Cap aa.lllll.lI"t"ent, of ,1\'Ir'o. }.l.JlJ.j.,''

tins 'jccuision' ;o mfui m ih people 01 r.illahisv e th patentee unwarranted f'uuillc. PEAt'l'V \ MACKINOER.RKFER ( .t'd .. Fwij.' I iiinrtrv 21 tJ; h 1 I.S3'5: n' '
i ni'' i.adi s a .1 in' tEATS llCl.'hws.
I. Lit IW irganizing a duoS in jx-nmui-hij1', E, B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST.Tallaha TO COL JOHN) .< MULE, .. . : : : : "
'
proposes ( J I.1 1'cr ou. i : .' L4tTiT:3FT. l. > 'K C \\ Ulr.-Tb
.Mlb Id31 27tf.ufl. ; UIG1 I' I' .\."J\.
W'MC.I' "ul 25th thnplace. seo. February .
commence! on Tuesday instant at b
(tn .nittii the
< apn a cDl IHt
H; leelsasund from tlk- unparraii.kd suc-: t < AND CAPS: ..
KKfr'ti'g GEORGE ; 1 : -taji-ti-, to (h l"f his urus in Ii iOr1dak'
LPllhORE!
oev :lucn ne lisa met with since adopting it as his ) tit receive aU! ht
Asuperior adjoin t m u1 ihe propu: tor : purchase ot
3 :
mco .i'1gjl tLt2 JA \1EU'Ii: luRE 1Ut\
pl.fSolI] and MIICC the public to .
begins apprecia.fthe Oil.: ui liiiin ij.i i thj' .if.MLm:(jiif'i>ui.u> m LlaeIA.- J. J. :\I A..iS, j G a(f Sl I rn.I : most t fashionable J1A i'S & C Ai'b ofA II"L less :.ha'i one s t- .jolt ot fhc 'iieral's tCl1r .
W'-'i its nf his entire novel and mucii approved ce I I land.l Aoo'it oUUO
\ )'tcc-ii. lie t'eeis satisti.-d that it will meet theu Tt.RIAIt.UICA.. lor tli- euro ot that cla-s 01 iu% -ttte I I I COL. I 't v, Hrt. .\pr'Tallall': \ :4', ail tie :. '. acres in the souMi: wtst q: '
probtuon
'
In tate ol the S'. "nr\ lw.1hllll', is n-scrvtd in.m taiThe Ia,
of the 'r; Li" a-e, pinduced an impure >. July P', I! 'JC ,? f
of Tiahas! who wishio
: citizens
improve o'f GIOCERIE s bale will i-c- i ctsh, /lr inc f rim in csliand ties
body and exhib-
and habit
h nud vitiated ; ]
: I I
their hand-writing; he will assure them thai in u"ullIy.c II 1V'A ;i., =. : *ecurtdi.bl ,
Acrofula! Jdeuru.Lepr.
the forms >alt
th eh
01 ) ,
ling i iin es in 'tJ .
three days application they may require a 'ltfficieu.n..wl. .' tit. .\ntliouv < fare [FCH'rIIItS ((-\ en whi.nhe I vill" \il.or 'i.t, are ':\\\r I-. a* thtirH.r i I Janrr! stock) in iiit it variety.FLOVU. ( .' on ihcaniuun: {f tac: .1i5:aineiit fri-mi
y '
.-d-e of this BRYAN REDDING.ii. KiiMwm-s'abiibhmeii'm : .'' the ahv. flacf! lht. .
system. .1 ; .t-T; ii
bones :Itlt.-ctt-d. White ftwellingV(if applied I I manula'ture I. -> tis sj1' of land c'alt.th dt'iningthe
are )
20th 1833. 3. tf 01 colMn tin of ,- ,
: .
: 1w"'Y .jict qualily.-J It } '>vi .tii(-, .n I.,. ,
Itrence
4. .# with Dr. Jelib's Lmiiiient.) Foul and obftm.iti Ulcer*. 'ntion j i to alitv,!LC3IL
is their mt to keep j. nstaui v, | -\ .
:. : Ir, at uua.hassicnnd lo :& III' clinutt
le-.iiiity
"(ire legs and eyes scald lu-ad in cliiKjreii.j'Cuivy and I ana aitaptioti vulture of scil
I REMOVAL. eorbutic gout Pimpled or uoibuncled I'aces..festering line with O.uincy, Flmida, and to n.(;' i all orders 1 ill Fifty Band.NM: i \ t"l"r i ''t\' !u neat flour (." .sugar, aWl cotton, is uncqualltr; byK" .

TilE Subscriber takes this opportunity to tnforn. c'iiption and veneridl taint s, throughout the body, iu I Uicii promr"IuoGill': /f their nianula-- r tots slap t.i land in lie '!trrii. rv ot FloridUOBEi. .

Customers, and the public generally, that h. which last case the drops often cme when! meicury"ails lire are wan'3I1t'd to work well w illl! d uj>a
: fea removed his Confectionary to the house ol'AJessis. They are also the be:l Spring and Autumnal I other this opportunity to .t.t ? tint there ?s ii.. Tallahassee, Or toU-r lJi !r>:i2. a

L. 4Nl.. A Annistead near the Capitnl Square, \\'leT'ie 1I lisic to punl'v and cleanse the MVMem from Iiumoursvluch rs tabli-hmtnt that d' the Kind ill Louisvillf, and th.ill Saclleiy, Crockery am. ulass \V\tre, ;c.r-: i"e tsoui'.eni: Lccoraer, Georgia ; the .
\ pins IIK-IMO ai I p
p't'I', ,1 their
keeps constantly hand the best of LIQ.UOR3 cl4H frequently appear at these easonaof the vear.I'nev .- ic aiutjrti-n-... .. 'Pi., II m.n. EI1tlUrr, \ 1: rn.l ; the C.U71lTeltJl1 -
: !
till101s-also various kinds ot wine amt Uuiuuis, the .. l'onm'trlI'I'_> _- "Ware, Looking Ciia se>,balt. Utdy -;I- 1l.1 .. L.,..
l al*I aid process 01 uigesiion.au>i. L.J I'IUtII) I. 1 'Illume/'/ JIp; (" .Ia.lar\ ,
-..
( JPoner, Cider, Ale'Candies, Sweatmeats, Pickles, he blood. prevent the Micietionoi malignant tmmoursit To Planters.fj'OR inaile doming, stationary( &.L. wX.. fle. I cmussej, \. iIi insert tltPaI

I 4ici.c. IifferentkindsofRelishes at all tunes, all4..i ot" lungs. The projri -tor conhMf-ntl) relies upon I Sl\LE.--l Boilers] J.LH, \l.\J LLI\. .r} .rcmIeiit.. tor four WCt.ks in. .su.cts 'ionG'tO ana'h. .
-- trlnch: he offers on liberal terms. He tenders his sincere he vast number of -uiprismg cuies eflVtted b\ 'liCM Copper| | Talahasscl''o'mb..r 15th la31. lit: --! IrC'IlmtlS In thi, itiiet f.rpaYlw>nt. '

thank to his customers generally fur their liberal Irops, not unly in Boston and its v icinil) but throughout ( 'Oer DIBITS :Skiiiip-i-ifi Scoops K l UIL- ANL P..CVI'Il1- ;
-
4 1 favors the past year-and hopes by unremittcoto tlie Union for the best proof of tit ell' excellence Jian reduced price. -Also, U pail llor!;e Mill Stone-* NE W OODW. Marks.-K.rr and lures ha..cld.e

.tcntion to business merit continuance of their Apply to CLTTON JL EMi -U I V. Nx
to a .
unfailing alterative medicine all tincas s abovespecified. >i-K, C'narle> ton and Nv.-v...
J' DII.U'ona.ge. This article has recently been pronounced M.y I l. It: :t. rf E. S. *ivJt iaiL$ A'"S & CO. II...v.on tad 450 sacks p-oui.d Live pulsate r U4i ;-

1ii 4r. R.K.WEST.July b aPh sician of the first lespectahifit who had witne'sed '.SMipni. flour ) mo
: oi :
y } ) StOlUg'e, ,!-iiu Coninn ion &c. mess and
fj.i\hlatti: .1.0. III I.i i. -1 .-1.L '..ut.rII ,\, plllf.e
to 1332. 47 tf j.assorimei. j.
f its surprising% eflicacy, as entitled! in Im opm011 rniHE! : ttmidtr..igiit. na.- and ., < t sO-Up-un is bacon s-des! : I 10 h '.sht! ads Oran :
P. S. R. K. West has just received direct from I to take the lead of all the popular ;articles known JL > large co.nC..Ifm MellOlIWS y dt .u i.i.'isss : IU 'l.a.ick pi.oi and brtar|
nd boiion shrds and d navy
Lt Baltimore, a large supply of the very best qualitie of I.I.Ib r the above complaints, and indeed it is fast gaming <\ ire G<;UDs, CUTTUN, ,other is prej ar. to JStor-re- DUV-dOODS, "I IOct"S rare : CG r.;- IHuallna cotUt .- IP bo* .

r: LIQUORS A.ND CONFECTIOSARt.-His friends and the his point in public estimatiou, throu houtlhu country &c or produce vII BOOTh&SHOE :andes! : 5 IM. ,..ls sperni: oil : 2 ditto l luseed di.1
age
t': l,v..s of good eating and drinking, are invited to call Pnc- SIll bottle. r ti bottles or .? 5)DYoPElJSIAf ) Cotlun Stored, sold or ami. all ConimsoionHussincss :.f-,. train tiiTo: : -_o .liii'. old inonoiigafieli! ":

.". "11 I ideforttemsrlves. Oct. 3Uih, It'SS.' 1 ItfN4 M IN JKlESriON.Ol strictly attended shipped to. lie, slIlit'ls a >hai: <> ot:: 11..Jl'S .H.v .J.; ;ollan.t,tufocommm ditto: St. Croix ai-d Orleans '-

4.': ") 1 ICE.-A1I persons having lawful claims aganis lung standing, ..,d of the iuo t obstinate character, public patronage. LD\V AKU :bEIX 1tEAJY-MA.E C LJJ't:I lis. and rou.nion, gin : brandy and wine.: (gJ

f' he estate of David Davidson deceased, are re- iis been immediately relieved and olten peinidiientlycured _.\laflt..lill| October IG, 1&32 9tfAv.C t'thrr.assrrtrc c iz' s : 11"1 n .,Dd castings_ .
ciuesth.it have occurred in Boston \:k' suall ; genrlal :lIrtll1t'n I.i nrlld"'S
in a variety : : .t assortIl1cl..t I thee-
i-ted them the administrator who iON SALL-. .
iO to is
q present -The ubMribur ltviigkca- and
I and by using for aMiorttime. ilry-K"I"Imt'. il I..y I, now ready to over a dividend acre-cable t o the as- vicinity himself in Tallahassee :"
pay oioposcs to do a :: Cotton bill's
and
Dr. itele'i! Vegetable Sjiecilic and anti.Billou:1 Pills gcnil produce will be taker j
which he has icceived. WAI KERR lII'tor. bus.nn.as i
C3ets, a c.innnission regalar sate Tu dI' '
days, es.
pCrociieriwtre
otli of which are to be liken together according to valuable I- ,
V-.r-l 20th 3J8w and .
1833.
Saturday.
I
4 4 plain and practical directions accompanying tbpecutic. e He will also attend to :administrator and oih '! and Glassh. are, looking 1 TICE.Bnjainin Byrd has disposed of L
I I. ICE.-As the subscribewilt & iorly leave lh> S Price 50 cents each. the I I. ,>* .;oo ls. and uejn dt sir.us to bnnjrhist}
iI u HUBERT etc.
W country. J. HACKLI glasses elc.
i -. I city, all persons, indebted to him arc invited :0 None are genuine unless signed on the out"i'e' printed I- Mardi 23.1 1833.JLQOK.AT. :.I I' I.- .* sj-eetiy 1 close, requests aI! per-us indebted
-' Oill iiid settle their accounts, and those having de- wrapper, by the sole proprietor T. KID I IH.lt, : I Together \\ .t. niaiij other article* winch they ofit. i. call and settle their respective debts inimtf

4 jnanJU will please to present there: accounts without immediate successor the late Dr. W. T. CONwAY fn v.t. -M. ;::most le.i&onable: terms fur cash or aj'- And hopes that all con.:erned will i.ay pronptan

f '. < delay. JOHN BALDWIN. I'or sale at his Counting Room, o'er0.. 'JU, Court TiH'1itiSt1 i.J \\-p '. ..*: rcu.t, at iheir new store Monroe-street 'I all'l'I.I ./1 ins! noticr.. lIe has left on hand a few of E

I April 20th 1P33. 33tf ; s treet, near Concert Hall, Boston, and aUoby his ipecidl i DRliliS, ,xV. .---1 have nvetved by the I :.- 24if steel saw .-otton gins, which will be sold lowBj t

appointment, by E. U. PERKINS. (Nt.l I .I" late arrivals from J\ew-Yoik al\l' Baltimore, a c'Itsi:1mntent.li.:: .
EWYUH.K.-ThC LA- 1)l '
brig
.1--1 FUR: A and Schr. WILLIAM iIE.- Druggist. large supply ofroi rugs Jj-c., w Im'n writ oe sold IlIwtilr 1\1\\ rltL

it 'x* are daily expected from JSewYork.Vheir Tallahassee Feb. 17, 1831.DK.HILVi'E. 2btf. t cash, or approve-il; credit wish it t! \tuutly understood I IVHi 11 ;. S. ROBERTCo..
--' that niidiiinestre
my icarra.ittd !-and in H
gt/oi. may MANUFACTURERS
I ,_l_ return cargo, are pr..inissarily cn- "' = incites be returned, iclun their quality is nut entirtty sa I- 1 1 i" ii'" .im$ L.ll OFPLJIVTThdXDJ41P.i..ED .
allahassee
I ,I a, 'u :t'iu they will have immediate dispatch. Fur D w ur X4C 'Sf Jl.a 1QJu t factorly to tlie purchaser.Amingtlicarticksreccivcd. Jfl_ aul ;11' .' tie Sl'rc will all times WAI
:i "1 IP Jcnt of a few hales: of cotton or passage', apply to > i the use ol Llr. ilunter't. ineMiui.ioie 1'ili. per-1 is-llowANDs TONIC MIXTURE cu4.led v-j :\e "I'I.t B. P. Cllfh'r, and trnierly Mr 1). 4AN to HI have oi h .net t1Ir"
i 20th. 35tf J. G. :. UAMLEN.f JUEk either if l follow Petty : supply country mercl ants ar: |
ol the
1' 'It: fijignolia, April Sf Sons sex they carefully -which is represented by the pjopnelor to ue A llul.s: lo.ix csiibhshed anvvtll kiiuwn '."lP"ld, :.. i tb aids, on the most favourable teims
: valutble plan, and copious Directions ;
: M' tUi UNION BANK.-The Blmksare open fur very panying them, are enabled effectually to eradicate uccom a AFE AGUE.AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR L. B.THE PERKINS.Tallahassee. FEn AND. A L&fcHiH. 1YD G2'R4L: with a general aS lrlJl' nt ct Mo<-k-tin, brit

,jj tou'Jscriptions to the stock of this institution inrniiausnce .tlzeI.-w res, at heir store in y
i
CLtti .1N DISEASE, and to remote lost health .October 30th 183- lltfD mi \ci rirst-sl ar;
I of the act of the legislative council. In with ea-e, safety, and certainty. in a Jew days. GSNU j j\l 4tf

? 'T.ilhhrtssce eighteen hundred shares have already (Cf The extensive sale and unexampled success of I bAL" proposals will be received until the .irl:; l.:11'.i jJ.tltuu9hich BL' LNT'SsSluLL .
k Ixen subscribed for. April th I IhSJ. 35tfDRUGfc k3 day f>f June next, fur building and keeping in repair \\ AX' COi 1 1 i.-.N Gl
Lt : thin .Medicine in ibid and other cities, and principl I \ ,010\--I| u'esi fashion, dand bes
-6 FtI.SU ,-GARIJLN SEEDS, t'Jwn throughout the Union. fur the last fifteen year -. fur the term of five years, a causeway and bridge; I quality rhu.ce and oil coloured srr Kii.NtCLOT n1"Subscriber has an asso
i
the Ocilla river the flat-ford cll'OCs--
which i i' over big at IU miles cast 'iis ANiJCASsiF.TTs-rt ndv (. ;tell Saw Cotton Ginsi
Dr. Com
during was
satisfactorily
prepared
received full of Fresh 4 J I llhU, hrlr
(
a supply Drugs ni of Monticello. The will be
1 JUST ( way, incoules'ibly prove that when used with the Li\- and causeway required to be I shawls and haldkcrducs, silk"and tlagdo., FASHIONA sizes, irom 30 to 71 Saw, which will be soldst-!
built of earth wood
3UOO LANDRETHS' 'JLC ION POWDERS, it effects a thorough and supported by (if necessary) ; BLE BONNETS, black ostruh featliersand rich rib St,2 per saw on a Credit until the first day dJ|

PAPERS FLOWEaSED.-1tOBINSOs'ATINTBAI OF CELEBRATED GARDEN, speedy cure of that dieadful disorder, denominated the 500 yards long, 12 feel wide at bottom, and! 10 i .et bons for trimmings, with a variety of other articles too ry next, to good responsible purehascrs..t. .

HERB, A-ND Scourge of the Human Race. wide on top, and averaging: 3J feet high, wuh bridge; tcdioua to e n nine rate. tx-ayp, 1 1832. 41t'BENJ.B
; aEJ.->AGO POWDER.-GERMAN I CCCH.-ENGLISH ,. in the centre 80 feet long, and 16 feet wide.
AMERICAN TOOTH BRUSHES.-JO KINDS or MEDKINA Hie PILLS are accompanied, when the case requires Bond and approved security, to be named in thc GROCERIES Dl't'OLU ION..-The cu-partnersbipl
it, with the INJECTION PO\\ DERS.and proposals
I LOZENGES MATNARD fcc NOTE'S INK, AND INK pow will be required of the undertaker the faith rias also the ., .--xisling under the firm ot It. H. Wf"is .
q >LHi.--SPICES.-U INES, PLRFDMERT, &C. &-C. C Lit AT II ; these constitute most powerful medicineapplicible performance ol the woik. The proposals to be directed (leans in additmn. in gic'tt> auc, just recelHt trom 1- t ..s day dissolved by muiual consent. A-,,
his
to the various of this Pr.tean disor to old stuck
: \L O.-A small lot Guinea Grass seed, which' will stages to A. B. Sheehe, Monticello and sides, having claims against the above firm <
and fine art reqa
paid lute
post endorsed sup
der. Ful! and
plain directions with a popular Irealise, four \
be sold low for cash-or leaf-lar. them
credit. for
L t '1' approved the'afioUB oi (proposals). Any persons disposed to undertake GOSHEN CHEESE present settlement without delay;
explaining and the mode
AISTD
I ''I; E. B. PERKINS. symptoms, will do well to examine the place. The BUTTER. indebted to the same are earnestly solicio-,1J

: :,l Tallali xss e, march 2d, 1833. 2Stf. either treatment sex, accompany cure themselves.each box, BO that persons ol to be paid when the work is completed, and received money Best tine quality of Havanah green coffee,sperm candles;, payment immediately to R. Halsey, who U'thonzed '

.- may by the commissioners. very smoked Scotch herrings pippin apples, irish to settle the business
(Price of the Pills $1 a box ; the Injection Powders potatoes, old coginac
.
;, TOUEAGE. The work to be commenced when the undertakershall Holand gin, Jamaica R. H. WOO
and Cerate f.0 each.
; cents ) spirits
fleet as imported old
be notified ,
by the ap brandy, Monon-a- HdLSEYTallah
: '" addition to ins ware-house the (( Prepared fiorn the original Recipe in MS. of commissioners, and finished hela whiskey 7 years old. Which R.
IN within three months Prouided The together with March
: rise of the water a va ee. 2d 1833.
the late Dr W. T. Cos WAT, by his immediate Successor I riety oi other articles constitute
has recently erected a spacious build shall not render it impracticable. a complete assortment
and the Sole T. KIDDER of and well
I 80 by id feet for and Proprietor GEORGE. is calculated to suit the inhabitants of business her-fter
ug receiving cotton goods. JOHNSON, 1 Quincy will be conduCt
whom they may be had at his Counting Room in ; and its vicinity. THE
l ,_ I TIMOTHY M'CARTY. Chambers over No. 99, next door to J. KIDDER ELIAS EDWARDS, I J2! The highest y, under the firm ofH. A. PIERSON
will
prices be
; St. .Marks December 27th 1831. I 19tf Drug Store cerner of Court and Hanover Streets, A. B. SHEEHE c HIDES SKINS given for COTTON, SUGAR, Waving an establishment in the city of i\ew.J
FURS
1 LEROY HOLT, j | AND ALL OTHER COUNTRY PRODtH*. shall be at all times and .
at the shortest m-
Concert Hall. Boston and also his j
near by
appointment -
to a warrant to us directed by N. 35tfDARIUS J JAMES C. C'LES. to furnish
PURSUANT WILLIAMS Oiubscriberi
we have this day after being; (together with all those other valuable Medicines December 1st 1832. J fashions our customers with clothing after tj

; firsiduly sworn for that purpose, proceeded to the; as prepared by the late Dr. CONWAY,) by rl"H have just received from N. York: j5tf and of the most fashionable maU

I : '. Talddtion ot the following cattle taken by NathantH E. B. PERKINS, (No. 6.) large and general assortment of velvet,blue and Storage Commission Bussiness. tender our unfeigned acknowledgments to e_
up
olack ers for
DRUGGIST. cloths blue, black, Russian t former favours and Matter curselvea byj
Syrd as strays: a dark brindle steer, with the lower I green, drake neck
,:J' bale of the tail, right hind-foot and belly white, mark] Tallahassee, Ap 1831. n36tf. rich plum and steel, mixed, UPI rlative, superior black: ating exertions still to merit a liberal share '_

cd wah a crop, slit and underbit in the right ear, and *fc* Observe that ione ire genuine without the written blue, striped, diobilseb, mixed, lontay, green copper r

4 $ Upperbit and hole in the left, branded 26, aged nine signature of T KIDDER, on the outside prin mixed,!lubfymg"brown. Mixed, green and unionmix W. patronage.NEWGOODS
edcassimerslalimetls ,
black .
silk
valued wrapper. ted florenteen
"Pears, at $9. tn'trlish Just received "
-I A red steer wiLh a white spot on the forehead some (Lr A large discount to those who bald) ,itgnse silk do.vesting black) fancy do., water silk do-, brown do., figured consisting per of Schooner Delta, ;an jUT

white on the belly and hind foot the mark silk velvet, plain and figured drab, b Ware-House
same and J. G. & N. liAAlLUN, verteea, blue hair ta- with a Supr. Blue and Black Cloths
camlet. ,
I ; 1- brand as the above, age 6 years, valued aC $6. received from New-Orleans silk goat Leather caps,.nattent Press for :hemu pose of packing Black Casimere do.
andofler suspenders ,
: Two other stturs marked with a swallow fork in the H : gloves, beaver hats, velvet bombazine compressing Cotton for shipment, it be Mixed Navarino Casimere
state and -
right silk wi
I right ear, upper and under slope in the Jeft, branded so Bbls. old whiskey, kerchiefs stocks bandaners& silk flag hand- in l short time. They are ready i oPraton Fine Sattinet', ,
ready-made
I J P, one a red brindle, with a frosty bush tail the 1 100 Fine Kentucky shirts coats pantaloons and vests, !linen ( Cotton or make liberal advances on sit: Circassian and Bombazine
bagging

figured and bosoms Coton
white with red head plain, collars made red with them for
other neck shoulders and feet afLer shipment
to in
100 Coils bale rope, the late fashions.} All of which any port the U. S. A. Black Silk Velvet,
iT and a red spot on the right thigh, the age of each, 6 50 Bbls. new flour, our .nends and customers are offered for sale to Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the sea- Black Sattin faced Flat entine ves
valued each at '6. Testified this on the most reasmable son, which they do not
years, 16th day of; 10 Hhds. Bacon, terms. The subscribers exact 4f they become the pur- &c. R. flJ

: wiuary 1833 by RICHARD TAYLOR, 20 Sacks coffee, workmen, and will make are also provided with good chasers. Thy have a number of first rate vessels en- Tallahassee match_2d, |833.2lfsDldT. _.
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r JOHN CASON, Bbls. up clothing at short notice gHged to for them to New Orleans __
50 Rum after the latest New York
GEORGE E. DENNIS. 200 Sacks Salt, November 20th fashions.1832. R. B. & J. B. BULL and Charleton,and they will engage to-carry freight, tPJlQwi' ;

I certify that the above named Richard Taylor John 14tf to those places low as
,- 15 Boxes tobacco a any vessels in the trade HEsciirLADYWASl

Cason and George E. Dennis, were duly sworn by me 10 Kegs do. l.1\\J be''ICE.made-SIX weeks after date .pphcaticUl will- od no ctiarge wiU be made for lightering of CottoJ ___ __ __ T Swaim, will sail from SUl.

for the purpose'above mentioned. Magnolina November 6th 1832. r to the honourable the court for the county shipped by them J. G. &N. AMLEN. ;", the 25th May. This !;.
Jan. L6.1133 N. B. FOLSOM, J. P. ut Gadsden for letters of adminiatratioL1 on tie es- Magnolia, Oct. 9, 1832. 8tf fastened and built mK
of cooper ]
A from the record. ; LANK BILLS OF L.\DING-Neat" tat.e Henry.Mashoollm deceased behalf 6..11 *
true copy B heirsand ; on of the U"'dj.f packet, having accommodatip'* ]

.ZNfI Mc D. H'RAENY dcrk. panted, and kept far ealo! at this ne-_ April 13th creditors Jb33 of Lhc OID.. RANKIN 21iOO sale' HELS low if of ground alum salt for: ior order. For passe '(S40) ,or fr*'- 1'*!
; applied for i imndiatel
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1 3.6. HENRY BOND ai1asasu Eo SEILia
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