The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 11, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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y Farliaaeat for the
.10 tAt l late. tm of WOOLLEYSf Co.rcspccifiillv "LAIsSEZ NOVS PAI} E.a ." alavea. Tie l8Of bird emancipation of the.; .
inform their rnenand i\7\ .* e>*MVI e'MvHH r
UU LD cu : h' war,. and P rorlstga. (ia. vessels I oT
jjI blic generally, that they have removed i\ war- from
the tftfUDest Pu lo Jefferwn street, four door welt llr' QI 19 D AIB eras & ',.hj 'PottRovaI to the dif&reol parts in the Isbag
est& _. &*v-iT\De I ing
their office, to the store fmnerally occupied as 0of ---- -- : T Hfiejpaf a revolt OB the part oft ho
the p0 where have hand r- H >;*-eta? weeks after* date I 1 I I 'r' Me bad negroes.
of the Flnridian, they on .l the hall aPPly to I 1 .j expressed to the Assembly> bin
the office -ssortmenl or fall and wim*, good, with Leon for judge of the county court, of the count v ofo OTICE.-During my abaencefom Florida I hay i1 I i i with) the object of r mination to rest deter
ascertaining i the
etera tetterAdUUDlSlration empowered J. D.\Y Jr. whether"if c&a on security of the
received from New-York Eqr.
a just and upon the to act as i troops
thelatent(feJiions respectfully tender their sinccre thanks to Thorp 1. W1Uliion c1eeeuell. THOS. BROWN.estate agent and attorney. L. W. BYRNET.my ascend Chalk Hill. From the' encouragni .of ifce.Jinc. ; ,. which had heed reinforced, and
"otr w nationU 1d for put favour*-iheir fresh tock of fall _JanaTY 4th 1834. 216w gust 20th_ 1833.MISCELLANEOUS.. S4tf I meat that they have met with, and from tkecheapness 00$ portion of the militia,alluding, of course
their v consistinga ham ome as- SIX weeks from the date of 1 i" that 'will. to the whjtes.
sid rrintcc foods, very be made this notice _pplication T they carry passengers, I. Several fam3ie& had made ar
cassimcr and by the
tontsrrpe rfine cloths, vealingsfortn1 the subscriber to the Honorable expect that they will soon become .rat. ratgements to avail themselves of
Court the
County for first
and of the latent fashionable colours the
nnet County of Leon '
of*Est 9 of Admimstraiion on the estate of Daniel, for letter A PHRENOLOGICAL A calculation has been made of the relative packets for New York.

and t ibln? adhidc claret browniiiblc of aid county deceased Fault Inte ANECDOTE. expenses of horse and steam 1001
; ,black, mulberry, MARY FAUST During the autumn of power, on -
6 ,drab 4Flecl mixed cloths December 28th 1833. a large 8.81emb1a miles of road A CASE
green : common for the 31S OF CONSCIENCE.
iOti. working
of [ .
CItfi, bbck a-cl mixed, fwncoloured,drab Jft SIIpauw Cwr' ,,e persons sat down to the TABLE D'HOTI in I
n blue, 'Ui44ttc Di.tnd C.dJd". day the year ; and it that there i A few days since, farmer
Loin eft the appears a n from
1 chief hotel
wl* I ttiptd, ribbed, Leopold, marino, and corded NIULE 1 T. .wnisit. at Valence, in Dauphinee. balance in favour of toting town a neigh.
d' steam ef 6,596 The came te Portsmouth
etc. Black satin, black English florentine, vsJ.IIILLS \ Among the with a
company was an ''tnment quan-
( butimt'ts'm ere' vajjnttj figured silk,and marino,plain. ..uniTorc.. In attachment. Lyons, well known to have physicianof I onty difficulty which I am aware of, is the ascending tity of beautiful apples) and left them rxposed

figvrcd ltaraciltes, rlain, black, and figured : 01'lCE is hereby given of the institution of the of devoted a considerable of a hill. when .the road has been on. tho parnde. They soon attracted the atoms
.ha.td toilnct vM'Ung3, ClC. de. 1" above stated portion his time to the study of made tention
and of
awl of the issuing of writ newly *r repaired ; another diiadvanta a boy.-He took
a of the doctrines of Gall) up one after :
t'dLi "isc. a general assortment of fashionable and attachment therein aa aforesaid? ana SpirzhcimHe another -
returnable WAS e Li their of the
rleadymade clothing, vi>w Superfine, blue, black term of the Aid court:-the defendant and to the next attacked on the subject oi ha favorite very uncouth appearance ; but I most tempting of tbe fairest appleV

T-kncv- coloured dress & frock coats ; brown, drab, person concerned, ure notified to and all other and defended it with and hobby, that, however, may be improved by time, and !red throwing them down again, gazing at
appear plead spirit humour. ,
sad stc1 1 mixed, (overcoats and coaucs: ; fine cloth, & the declaration filed in said case'accord me to law t o-Several good rem odelled by experience. them in the anxious and troubled

a mlel d..ato, with a hl.ndsome.'a.ruty of vests and J. A. BERTHELOT, att' for Pl'tr. persons present requested the doctor, --- vhich show that conscience aad manner
,aiinis; lan1os01, and Canton flannel, shirts, October r all the close of the desacrt to pronounce. hi. U NIT.es.'T .' .koldmg! appetite were;
03z &
.tJ ..crs; fine linen shirts,}inert dress fronts, and --- opinion on their faculties and qualifications hundred Ta-or.-AI Fir e severe Add doubling evMa, .Nary
"tars ELIAS SIMPSON, lln Oadaden ; artillerists eJ'the United St tes'Army .onef- nd - with a splendid'nncty of fancy articlesice's of Superior Court, and much surprise would mm to ganr
; drcs, such as pla.nptcted. fancy trimmed Tie was expressed particularly under the command of Maj. Heilcrnan, a momentary uce, This conflict in-'
JAmba MES by the ladies anc1. ,
: satin, and velvet stocks; mm elastic, ail Ikwebblnd UK*MILLS. \To, November term 1833. at the accuracy of his verdicts passed through Milledgeville, en the 24th of legating; from its chan.tert and doubtful .
nctt suspenders ; randmn-cotton, spun silk, T will defendant and all other persons interested Ooc individual, however, stood aloof, annoy December. They formed effective urination, caught the notn ter*
hose fine buck-skin horse-skin tax, notica that this suit has been tag the an of one of our titd -,
.ndlambs-isoolhalf l ; commenced rest of the party by his sneers and 1 well l disciplined izrns, who
linen, cotton, and silk gloves t ; plain, white, and by attachment, and returnable to the above mentioned their credulity and the learned corps. Apart of them, we has taught many Children how te
tncv colored and neck handkf.' etc etc etc. term: They art requested to appear acd plead Ueman insulting gen- are informed, are dostined for Fort Mitchell, gain the victory to conscience in nattor of
ncLadies to the declaration filed in the case. by accusations of charlatanism. "I apart for Mobile, and thjs sort. He .
Riding HABITS cutend +t a part foi the Choctaw waited at a distance,
8Cih. >ii3m R. H. M. will l w_
DAVIDSON, pl'ff. defy any man living (said beHp infer the deli
att'y. countr-Fed. Union. hied to see the little fellow with
made in the roost ashionable tKA a deci
sly'eJ 1 In Gadsdea Supcrtur Court. character and conduct ot a man from the .r. ded throw
of fashionable fine drab and va I ganizalion( of his skull." The doctor MORE manner down the last apple and
case suid GOLD
JAMES MILLS J f Attachment. IN VIROINU.-It j is stated i in icsolutely turn his hack on tbo' temptation

beaver IIJ11'S ; likewise, an' assort- survirin p.rtneretc J nothing" but appeared considerable agitated the Richmond Whig of the 12th, that a God! At this moment he approached the bov. coor' .-

went of gels tlenlen's cloth C..BS', of ,.lHL defendant and all persons interested are hereby As if. it were possible," continued the stranger Mine had been discovered ill: the County mended him for what he had done, and to je>
notified that the above suit has bum instituted for a man's thoughts to raiso bosses up Louisa, whicu with only two washers ward his honesty
latestashwlI.. by attachment yielded purchased and him afc
the returnable to the next term of said on a bone !" '* For sake in gave
your replied the one day, recently, four
court. many apples as ho wanted.
subscribers They arc required to penny -Portsmouth.
The hereby guarantees :n furnish all appear and ptcad to the
*ho may please to favnur them with their custom,- declaration filed in said tale JOHN J. AOf MS, physician; at length losing hit patience, I \veights of gold, besides a good deal laid aside Jour.

with any article of clothing in their line of business, -NoT. id li3Qa Ati'y. for Pl'ff trust that it is not : for, if phrenology haveany imbedded in quartz to be pounded.

on the most rcasonrblc terms, and as they keep constantly In Gadsden power te interpret the bane writing of the PIILADr.r.PJlIA BANKS.-The U. S. Garetffi" -
m their employ, first rate northern work.mcn, SIMPSON, county court. Almighty, you are one of the greatest villainsin The Augusta Courier of the 22d inst. says of Friday states, that the Presidents of

they will guarantee their clothing, whether furnishedblthem YS existence thief and assassin !'' A "The' Hon. John P. King who the State
re&dynade or lo order, to be a/irayi made attachment.LIAS an was on Red I Banks the City and Count of/

to the most faithful manner, and likewise, of the moil up JAMES IvJLLS. general outcry of indignation arose in the River at the time of his election, returned to Philadelphia had a meeting on Thursday last,'
durable materials. THE defendant and all ethers are hereby notified room. The the this city a few days and 'fat'
t attachment have issued stranger proposed ejectionof ago; having hastily considering the best method of reh'-vinj
i.B Ten per eM will invariably be dtdutttd for in the above case, the learned the immense :
returnable to the next January term of said court. physiologist through the window arranged business in which he i is the presure in the money market. They caino-
m., or p'omp'laytlunt on all orders of
from the regular established prices. clothiug R. H. M. D> V1DSON au'y. for ,': when the uproar and. consternation w rechecked concerned will we understand, leave this evening to a resolution, recommending that the Board .

{. y All persons indebted to the late firm of R II October 9lh 103m by the sudden entrance of the masterof or to-morrow evening, in the northern of each of the Banks should memorialize Congress .

Walk hen, any requested to make payment by ihcJsiof j&TOTICE--I hereby notify all persons indebted to the hotel. Gentlemen," said he, "I am stage, for his seat in the Senate of the United in favour of a restoration of the puMic
January next, tell. Halscy, who is duly authorized 1. hc firm of Litanus sorry to acquaint that States."
te 9tttlc the All and Marcus A. Armiitcad in you a great criminal is deposites to fhe U. S. Bank, as a mel1'urq-

the IIt..ve l date, will same.necessarily Accounts be placed not in settledby a dtonne ice concern Florida,that the business I am the only surviving partner of the harboured among you. The police ere at morn likely than any other to restore confidence %
of the
firm of
of law Tallahassee, October 2Glh I ttfWiTCHCS my direction ; consequently all the debt course due falls the under said the door, having certain information that an Gov. TROUF.-The Macon Messenger o f and produce a s:tally} effrct.-This

JEWELRY: ,," FANCY GOODS firm must be paid only mo or my authoned agent, of individual} concerned in a rebbey of plate, bst Thursday, contains the following information movement in the Philadelphia. Banks does

THE subscriber has just te- which due notice will be riven, which was effected last night in a neighboring : VVe have good reasons to believe surprise us. They have been uniformly in nOj

from N. York iith MARCUS A, ARMISTEAD, town, has been dining at this ordinary." ]r.v e- that the public will bo gratified, very shortly} vor of the Bank of the U- S., with 'the 1 1
h handsome assortment goods Petersburg! Virginia, August 36th 1933 5tf ry wan turned the by the publication of a letter exception ,
eye furious
his linr upon stranger,, Ge o. we believe, of the Girard Bank They
Ul lA:: nrticlcs., consisting of the follow JOHN B. ROBERTS.pen TS > ty of Gadoden r court,for in the the covet: lad in'a few minutes he was in the custody ol M. Croup, written during the last session of have regarded that enormous Institution as I

Gc-itlcme's and l ladies jcw'II- JOHN PHAGAN. J riiory of Florida. Ter- the police, the stolen plate having been found Congress, disclosing fully his opinion on the sort of balance-heel to the'circulation of the

led and extra jewelled, g o U ,.HE defendant and all others interested are here- concealed in part of his baggage. But what subjects connected with the present aspect of cotintr} .-Besides, they do not participate i in
levers ; pcntleiuen'isiher le\'cJ'8, JL by notified that suit has been was the our political afl irs."
commences by at amazement of all when the
he public d'positcs-and this is
present additional
errr at variety ; plain watches of every description, tachment In the court aforesaid, and the defendant an
geld!! curb and safety chains, ladies cable chains, seals requited to appear and plead to the declaration filed was by a gendarme as the celebrated reason in favor of the course they are nowpursuing.

end V. y, finger rings, eHr-rin !, bosoN pins, b lrt but- said case. BALTZELL WHITE '. all's. Robert St. Clair, the accomplice of! Dam m as From the Richmond if hig. The f facts and arguments of all

tans, bracelits, lockets, miniature cases, Medallionstilvrr Nov23d 153m Dupin, executed for the murder of an lakes- LIEUT. R.\NDoLrH.-Thi gentleman on> those who are in favor ol the National Bank

tend stet and spectacles steel topped; pawl thiuibles, and; silver gild waist, plated buckle, shell,, HARRISON & RANEY; ) Middle District of FJor. erand his wife at Monmoiency St. Clair, Justice Saturday Marshall, by tho concurring opinions of Chief must be received with great caution. '

silver,.and plated, butter knivc; castors, caudlcslics, Merchants and Partners, f In Gadsden Super. court after escaping the galley at Rocbefort and and Judge Barbour, wasunconditionally a

snuffers, and trans, double, and single barrel fowlingpieces : va. lurking in Piedmont, Switzerland and Germany discharged from duress, un U. S. FRIGATE UKITED STATES,

,rifles pocket and belt pisOI,I..diea work boxes, JAMES MILLS. j aiiacntnent. had managed to evade the pursuit of justice j der( the proceeding against his person, issued E&naJue:. 3, 1933. I. \;

" R jjeri and sons rotors, pen and pocket knives, dirks: NOTICE is hereby given of ihe institution of said by spreading a report that be had been by the Solicitor of the Treasury of the United IIV'c arrived here yesterday, from Napoli di
makers l- altachmenttnade
pcn- ncrsoD" t Prcntiss' beat razor returnable to die Romania:
straps next 8tates.V and f fell in with the John Adams
l kc term of said court. The found murdered on the Turkish frontier. c publish the off the Capt.
seelpens, )-rii'gs, glaiiers diamonds, s roe buckles, defendant and all ether person After Vo orhees. I understand shall
scissors, sluing boxes and brushes ; tooth brushes, interested are required to appear plead to the some days of solitary confinement in the dungeon Judges at large, and thc reader will see in tomorrow for Corinth we weigh anchor

111111 brushes, pocket books, and willetts, magnets, Nov.declaration 2d 123m filed in aid CMC. JOHN J. ADAMS, of Valence he made the most ample their reasoning, ample evidence of the correctness and Smyrna. ;My description-thence of we this go to Athens
mcdi's! collars place
dog walking and sword att'y. for Pl'ff of the
canes confession and decision of the
t ackQgt'mon boards, dice, chess men and boards, mu was'eventually tried, sonde m'rho harshness of be brief. The houses are built 01'atone, and are
2 cical boxes, coral and bells for children, shell combs ALL persons deceased indebted to the estate of Tho How. ned &ad guillotined.-''Court Jour. law of 1820, and its pel version by the small ; the streets are narrow, badly paved, and

&great variety of beAds, for bead workers, bead needles -; to make immediate, late ef bane county, are requested 1 Officers of the Treasury, to fit a case for filth -. Such is the city of Napoli di Romania, the

bud bags bead purses and chains, large and small against said estate wiH payment render, those them having demands DREADFUL OUTRAGE.The Providence which it was not intended, and under pretenceof residence of the voung-King Otho, and is laid to

coral, coral necklaces, snuff boxes, percussion caps, law. JASON BKINSO, in terms of the Journal of Saturday morning saysA villian enforcing payment of money due tho Public be the cleanest city in Greece.;=The King visited
powder flasks, spy 'Lssesfor bee hunters,gentlemen's Nov Sad ; J last the house to and our proud ship. On. leaving the shore, a salute of
at the
dressing cases, silver and gold counted pencil cases, J 5Swl1AR..1'I applied, evening of Samuel oppress punish person of a citizen t i i- 21 was fired from the United States
pencil leads, pocket compare, pitted hooks and eyes, HAKDliV, Territory of Floe der. Suva Reynolds, Esq. in Exeter, [R. Inland,] at the who happen to be obnoxiou3 to the Presi ii i- lish frigate Madagascar, and other vessels, of Eng way

nursing tubes, shell pocket combs, leather and at eel JAMES MILLS jGadbdea.> perior court for the county of Old Turnpike House, on the New London dent and some of his execrable favourites. lying in tho harbour. Another salnte wasfirrdoo

rifle purses-wpera, spindles, bullet, ivory mould.handle, cloth pen and knives hair brushes and forks, Lucifer T defendant, and all others interested are here Turnpike, for lodging, which was granted to Such u the rm aid unalterable persuasion of his return to shore. King Otho is a very gf nteei

matches fancy willow baskets, rifle, double, and by notified that suit has been commenced by attachmeDt biro. About midnight he attacked two boy* public opinion. Had not Mr. Randolph come good looking young man, about 18 years of age

imgle barrel gun locks, violin string!, block scab with| in the court aforesaid, and the defendant i is in the upper chamber, with an axe-both thfled err in collision with John H. Eaton, and subsequently and extremely wed made. He rides out eVerI

mottosbrtanntacoffcepots, decant warranted eighl; in required said appear and plead to the decla'ation beads were badly fractured, and an arm of pulled Gen. Jackson's ncfec, he would veniDIP"hich appears to be his only amusemesf

day brass docks, at twenty dollars each-a good asSortment Noy.case.23d BALTZELL WHITE pl'n aU'.. one| broken in two places. The next attack never have baen imprisoned by torturing a The hU Madagascar is stationed; here to wait npoo
or" Prentiss'
majesl.and to him
shaving and whither he wishes
soap perfumery. convey
All the above articles will be sold at moderate prices SIX weeks afterdate application will be made LJeras made on Mr. Reynolds, who was stabbed statute from its plain and obvious intention. tub The ship and tbe Bavarian troops constitute

tOD accommodating terms. FREDERICK TOW] E subscriber to the honourable the county court Ia seven places, and is supposed to be mortally > : The Judges profess to waive the question lift guard, and without them, his head would,
Towle'.co. have a few silver spoons for eale, which fur the county court of Loon, for letter of adimaistra* wounded. Mrs. Reynolds received two I the constitutionality of the law ; nevertheless I[ think, soon bid adieu to his shoulders; for tbft
they mill sell] for' cash only. ItDits. r tion on the estate of Bryant H. Mullin, late of said the Chief Justice Greeks
deceased. stabs in the breast, but succeeded in making I I i* thought substantially to are much dissatisfied at having a foreign
county KENNETH
WILLIAM F.TAYLOR AND December 14th 1853. BEMBRY.186wIX her escape. The fellow who was armed witha > 'affirm its unconstitutionally, as he says it King to reign aver .them.-With such a life, I

MELL1CHAMP havin club and two knives then vested judicial authority in the officers "I would rather be a wood sawyer iu America,. than
Il entered into a i week after date application will be made t by an axe, decamped, Treasury a Kiug of Greece.
fully tender their services copartnership to the, respeci-citizens the subscriber to the honourable the county court and the officer ef justice are tiow in pursuitof it would be unconstitutional, and as his .

of Gadsden county, for letter of administration on them subsequent reasoning implies that such auth
u'nUCtno and its ticinit y,. Their office is the one the estate of John C. Armislead, late of said county, ity is vested it. r- Washington, Dec. 21.-Private business inter
occupied by Dr. by feted yesterday, and Mr.
Taylor dun j the last summer. deceased. MARCUS AaDd18TEAtf D' prevented M'Duffiefrom.
December 14th le December 21 st lUCw NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH.-On Thursday Never have we. seen public satisfaction, renewing'his tirade. This gentlemen, who took

last as two men were employed in hang more cordial or mere unanimous. Few indeed i an oath against his present friends, whom he
Tilt Brig ODESSA, J. Drning m u- front the date hereof, I will apply to the onto
will sail for New-York in the SIXeck& Judge of the coui.ty court of G a d- ing the doors of one ef the tombs at Aubulo.tbey are they, who do iot; rejoice at the liberation called SEA ROBBERS AND OUTLAWS" and said

course of eight days. For freight or passage > den county, for letter of administration on the estate built a tire of charcoal inside, to melt of Mr. Randolph, and this sentiment *'I SOtEMXLt SWEAR, WOULD RATBZJt,AS A SOUTH*

having superior accommodations, of Champion Rhode, deceased, laic of acid count y- some lead, and by accident tbe door closed is reinforced by rejoicing from the ERN PLANTER, TAKE MY CBAHCE AGAINST ILL THJ
apply tu the Captain on board,tr to Dec. 21st )96w JOHN M. JOHNSON: trinmpb PIRATES OF THE CUE? DEEP," did not have the
them, and they were unable to it. over the Kitchen Cabinet.
JOHN BLAIR PEACHY, Consigned mjOTlCEJ!-A petition will be presented to the upon open opportunity' of delighting their ears by swearing
.St Marks, Dec. 28th 1833. 20tf. J. 9 Judge of Gadsden County Court, at the next, They remained in this situation for some time, at the President lor the space of three or four noun, .

SOJfE.BtfEr,likewise I January Term, in behalf of Ana Wilder, widow and endeavoring to get out, but it was not until BOSTON, DecemberJlG.FROM as I was cxpencJ. He got pretty well! through them

.THE J. Lewis, matter, is now superior loading administratrix of HezeJciab Wilder deceased, late of one of them removed a stone which hud been EUROPE.By the brig Velocity, fr Tyrants of t Plutarch, in his comparisons, in bib .

and will meet with ready despatch for N. Gadsden county, praying that commissioners be appointed recently laid, that they were enabled to m Halifax, with the Falmouth mail for Novo n- last days' ellort-had taxed the-Britiah liberty fort

the York. For freight or passage apply to personal MLftUot estate and of her let off said her deceased dower in husband the real andAll l their cries beard by some workmen about kea ber, tho Messrs. ToplifF have received a Falmouth l- bloody Richard, aud weuld probably have madeonsidcr..ljle

1.aiur on board, or to I persons interested are notified that the said petition is hundred yards distant, who, when they arrivedto paper of Nov. 9th, containing London time: if way in the French Revolution by lily
he bad
not been
.St Mu/OJN 28th BLAIR PEACHY Consignee. I filed in the office of the clerk of Gadsden county court.JOHN their assistance found that one of them had dates of the evening of the 7tb. business., His fiery and furious intercepted by a day of
1833. I Very
2 Otf gestures were -
ADAMS, fallen and was apparently dead from suffocation The only fact stated in this of
T"A Dee 21st J9tf Attorney for Poiitioncr.NOTICE. paper importance ouch in character \ tbephant x "thathaunt} a
CARD. .-U but on application of tbe usual means be in addition to tbe account from Lisbon his' ana: inatrun. He mauled the desk with he;
HAKUN persens having debt and demands restored in the i is that Cordova, the Spanish Ambassador clenched: fist and throw his .
V. SHELX* notice, acainct the estate of Joan was course of two hours. at Hmbg I'ui terrible dia '. 1

.t IlX.e1" .iT L.91/, T.'lLL.\JI.tSSEE i>. Roberts deceased, and all creditors, legatee and Boston Trmucript. Lisbon, hitherto devoted Carlist, has declared order. A quiet gentleman from the east, laid he '.

try<cnd to business confided FLO. l per.on* entitled to distribution i are required to pre his adhesion to the Queen. never hail seen anything to equel him. in emo&em
toO him with
& m dosalit their claim within two year, otherwise, hey Accounts from Bilboa except a Connecticut washing. machine. One of
Die. Slat 19U New LxsE>Arxis;> .--f ho London Cod r y es- are to the 27th Oc toM! .
C ArlerenaBE CHAIRES and JAS.D. will be torever barr 4. MARY ROBERTS,i of the New York Journal ber, which the Carlists r. M'DuffieVjrreatest agowjea was produced by ;.
WEST successful
-UTT Jr., Esquire& ,. administratrix< of JOHN B. ROBERTS des' pondent of Commerce represent as the thought.of,tbe,President's usurping complete '+
Marianna Jackson writes on the 31st October *' th in every quarter. The number of
Jd.YE.8 county 1833.1UNlQ Mw at a men control over the pubHe money. He woukl ,rather ':
tt Jf.lEiX.fNDER and BEKTHELOT, iJANK OF FLUEt!JA.- The .tockholi magnificent line of Steam Packets are about Dear Bilboa is said to be about 20,000, consisting have encountered General l Jackson at the head of ."

orney ILL Counsellor at Law. in said Bank, will! take nature, that in ombtitig established between Liverpool and NewT of banditti and priests. fifty thousand soldiers, than to have met him with ..

W pcnor pricticc in the Court of Appeal '-The i pliance with'the provision of the courier, an election I ork. The keel of the first has been laid! M FALMOUTH Nov. 9.-H. M. steamer Confidence the public purse in his hands! !' The taking the .
tea, in Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and JackW will be held on the first Monday in February nexi, mvict public purse out ef Mr. Biddle'0 breeches'
( 7 Territory of Florida; and in the Superiorem : the city of Tallahassee,At Brown' Hotel,(po hoc belie vo yesterday and the others will soon arrived this morning from Lisbon which he considers the pockety
I\udt\; at Thomas & Decatur counties of the South the banking house of said Bank") lor the choice of follow. The size of each steamer will be t of she left 3d iruL Letters received by her, statethat befallen the most awful calamity that has erer ;

.1' + Clrcu1toftheStateoCGeorl. n. Raideoccp Seven Director on the part of the Stockholders. the largest description, and will be furnished Don Miguel with all his army were still iu have ooerlooked country.the TbeuDfurtunatecr&toraeetQtl .
circumstance that the
I" November_ 23d 1833. 15tf JOHN G. GAMBLE President.TaUaha pub
U 8 AIXd "i"An excellentam ----_ Dee. 2111. !833. 19tdeDOt'fOR with four engines of extraordinary power at Santarsm, which they were busily fortifying, lie money was qui> accessible,to the Secretary

broke, gentle Horses tcJt,of Dung, well RANDOLPH o erahi They are to be fitted up in splendid style, and and there is no doubt but that they will bold litell of the Treasury k the President in Mr. BiddteV i
Al profewional
Carryall, with James*carnage for two horaes ;-and lso two a food good to his'friend, and the, public. ISif | no expense is to be spared iu rendering themas all the winter. Don Pedro's forces are Bank as-in the State Banks. The Secretary or I
ate ,A that I ridenwell and are gentle and true in b"rsee. CA&E.-A quantity of Cane suit' far above the present pack'ets, as those are encamped in front of tbe town, but it was not der< will withdraw it from the one a*easily asirom :

p December. SHEFFIELD', in Ta1' I table- ; SUGAR. Seed t. for sale by the ubcriber Sugar : superior to the ordinary sailing ve aelJl. Tbe[ || expected they will venture to attack the .fi g' the will other.the Mr. Biddle's Bank was only entrusted .

0 t 21st 1833., 19tinformal -. ., I7tf D. SHEFFIELD.t first steam packet will bo called the Liverpool, uelite The constitutional force had taken. inseveral readiness keeping to meet of the the public orders.funds of the,to have them. ..

1 R ES FULLY teL DOCTOficOMP '!', DETIST,infotmtr the ter. and it is exacted will bo ready for Ilea inhas parties of Guerillas, who were immediately I the Treasury : and one 0 the Secretary

'g1p friend* tha.h c has of TaUahaase *, that he will about three mouths. The calculation that shot. Donna Maria had been acJET 8ted: the of reasons which rag .
rCUmed propriety : him
>tio,Sad the duties of hit Profession. visit that place in a few week 17tf trusting no longer,
been made by'several experienced gentlemen, knowledged by the Belgian and German was his failure to comply with the requisition of :
1TTDEY S f eeJuWter
IX.w oaie,I shall apply lo ihe ol
EOR.GE t. H WK.IN8, the coontyv court of Leon county, for J udrs how* that a WINE'DAY* PASSAGE may with Courts. the Treasury regard to the payraealof the three

Aw wlcounscllor at LAW i a-.' 1'1 actn t i n the cotale of X omaa Heir etof certainty be relied on !? We have been favored by the Messrs. Top- per cents. The greatest -econiraendati.n that can :
iit- Florida. January GtJa 181' Jan 4i $16w1) TUBBUTT B, BETTON. The ame correspondent, gives very falid' with Marseilles papers of the 5th,Nov,, received is be to given te its any feadinesa depository of the poblic'trea ijre, ,

13 JadisoA dtcrda te. 1 i1T pply to thc jude eIQ .: .N, vourable account of the experiments now rua- by the ship Forum. TheY' contain. a uo of the prove Treasury & alMJit1't the ian:+ .
for completely at M.lir
17&he' estate.ddm Mandell letter deosased.of administration. AXtQaNEY&. OUNSELLOItATaptly' tine with steam carriages :' news. 175 bags Rio Coffee were sold ,.fit the Secrttarv' who is charj jrith> "dispoeitifnol

w E MANDELL. VING,locaccd{ "There are pow three running from Len- auction, 5th inst. at 76f. 60 in entrepot; 12 U eni.. He and his Departraeat are reppooji- '

LAN$ A I attend to,any professional busineo ibt may lie dOD to places of abert distance, and without 000 Rio Grand Hides, 93C: 1 W e to Congress and the nation far their lawful.pprep'riiiioiC -
B .
BILLS inlrusted to his care in the courts of L on, Oadsdea, '
OF.LAQING-NeatI1 1 the slightest accident. Abe one belong to The New York Star has .obtained iofJrma ) This'wisa trust which 'was' nercr
1t'1St..auci Jackson aiid.t'ApPalaobioola Bay,
> tJsoUiolsdjoinint ?
kpt for Sir Cbarlea Dante Ija* to Birmingham, -from tlernliitdoaMr.: Biddfc; and God fcrbid B''tt'ttr:
cc T coca&j0corgiaan;

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1 8 ofgV't feintast; ..ertU... '+of;t se, ;:Dvtrho lag4 b onlhiMest : ..: r f ;U- .IteifStates' -J r aiion ; and if Ufe'procwds were vested by the secret:'
Begun and h Id at the in 'ever ..1f.oe'i' ':' '.: .:?, x : ; ,point 'a\6et it aa'ilt bser\'e the;ptullosum. .t : in '
Capitol, the .... y r be.erec ,.(taut at $Tthe: treasury, dome productive stock, lea ? .
about to vIQg i
Japuary the I The rodeoels copied( 1fOm1h'im"Out-Bank- 'river, und ethe superintendence and to
following gentlemen, P facilitate the intercourse under your authority so continue until CojjgS;
TO wit and institutions of kind are drawn Ordnance. This bridge will to the whole
; I every shall deem it prudent place under the
and the co
{ From \\' I and that the United States have de between the several counties in our territorY, passage atro
r f .1LTOf, JOHN L. ; works will of the government the fund for
,,: M f FRAWKLIN and JYASHIKOTOV from her wisdom, experience and ex-. of the mails to tho west. These important. would at once become useful and productive. education".
it JAMES .
\ S i will be of utility to the territory.Tho ..
; deny. great income would be thus secured
A certain which
J *' JACKSON and I individuals, are too apt, however, to seize river Choctawhatchie, under the direction ot.! Cap. for tfce education of our anting
ly appropriated youth,
FAYETTE, i rathei than the perfect'system of their on- vl'! least, form a basis on which might be founded a scbo:1:
1 fl GADSDEIC take too much for granted, without looking
I t ea'sy and stagcsand steamboats from f al fund, that by wise and prudent enactments, might, in timaui
situation that '
peculiar reflecting, ;
1C necessities of
; adequate to young and inure
j JEFFERSON DANIEL in the model might be folly or mean lahassee to Pensacola. ...
., These improvement in the navigation of our rivers: so jug population.In
"AI\CHUA and GAnRI copyist. of another view of this judicious disposition; of the 1 1t
well devised to add to the and Prosperity land ;
COLUMBIA, S wisely looks to her Commerce and Manu consequence "
.: NASSAU!> JOHN the pillars of her power and grandeur. our territory, might, however, be beneficially extended t- mar be remarked that many thousand acres of the most
U DCVAL, JOHN \V interest of the least value, and con- the Ocilla Suwannee, and St. John's rivers, and such other '.:.-tile land in tho territory would be t placed under cultirv

ST. JOHUS and ? JOSEPH last for her consideration. Surrounded of cur waters, as could be rendered navigable at a moderate ion, would 30on. yield to the industry our planters, pro.
f MOSQUITO J JAMES atdblo of.sugar and cotton, which are
; crops i
rivals and but small rapidly
l jealous occupying a expense.A
1 n MOMIOE, ED\V of road from this city to the St. John r- .icreasiHg the exports of our country.
_. I I'j would be unable to maintain her influence or survey a I
'j Who having been qualified for her mighty commerce, sustained by her crossing the Suwannee near junction with the \\ ithir Gentlemen of tho legislative cauncil, actuated as yea

Hon. THOMAS RANDALL, Judge of :, and aided by all the power and ge- coochoe. and shortening the rout' nearly filly miles, hu.-; re, by an ardent desire, to develope and bring into action

for the Middle District of Florida, and tho arts. Her millions live in her been made by Captain Shannon under the instructions or the resources of this territory, I can give you the assur.

On motion of :Mr. WARREN, Mr. .. the Quarter Master General ; ,ndt.: d anticipated an appropriation mice, that 1 shall he ever prompt in co-operating. with you
i I less trill be made at this session of Congress fur in all such measures as will secure to our fttl1ow-(>itizens
to the Chair, when the House States present a picture not Impoung
t Mr.,V AIUlEN was elected have existed, but wholly different in one its construction.: every advantage that can result from impartial and -wis;
services of Shannon, Lieut. L'Engle, and the :e legislation.
of are
1 conducted to the Chair; when he \ our population en- ,
JOSEPH B. LANCASTER was: <' (*. It must ttand tho highest in our officers who have been connected with the Quarter Master -I WILLIAM P. DUP AL.

BRYANT it is, decidedly, our most valuable and General's Department in the construction repairs
Jrr was elect d Srr pro.
House the election of
of our roads and bridges, Iwe been greatly beneficial to' The proceeded to Engrossino
TiNt.R' elected Door
GAUTIER was move" that a ranks her's in thn order they deserve to our territory, and it is to be hoped, Congress will not with and Enrolling Clerks Mc-or::*. John G. Gunn, Henry K.
t hold the funds for the of their contemplated McClintcck, Edmund allun, John W. Roberta, Joseph !
his Excellency Commerce next Manufactures, and last :! necessary progression
t pointed to wtit urn
I have it Wry, Henry J. Holmo;* and Thomas II. Brickell, were
\ inform him that the House is now improvements. thought proper gen- t
receive art communications he may States should look, fist, to Agriculture ; tlemen, to call your attention to this! subject, as I feel assured duly elected.
MTas uJopted.) Messrs. GAUTIER, and !ast to Manufactures. Every that tho legislature will take a deep interest, not Several unsucressful ballots having been had for the

wore appointed on that Committee.Mr. conflictioj, should yield: to Agriculture ; only in such as have been finished, but will exert their influence election of another Clerk, to fill the number required by

GAUTIER offered the following becomes the stable policy of our nation, we with Congress to induce their further aid in exten- the Resolution of the House on motion of Mr. BULLOCK,

Resolved, That the Rules adopted the full harvest of prosperity. ding these invaluable improvements to our other river and the election of such Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk waa

the last Council, be now considered must be the maid, not the Distress harbours. postponed until tomorrow.On .

cf the present Session-which was ; and Manufactures must yield to und de- It is noticed with gratification that tho Navy Department motion of Mr. GAUTIER, the House adjourned until

**. t I On motion of Mr. CHANDLER, If Great Britain comprised the territory. has recommended to Congress the dec-poning of the to-morrow morning, 10 o'clock.

until tomorrow 10 o'clock. limits of the United States, can it be be- entrance to the harbour of Pensacola: so: a.s to admit se-
( she would net change her whole venty-four's. That the project is practicable, there can

k. TUESDAY, J.2.VC7.JAIr be no doubt, and at comparatively small expense. Wouldit The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum be

/; 1* The House met to and foresight of her statesmen world, un be too much to anticipate, on its completion, that in a icg present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was
pursuant Agriculture first. They would create few years that city, possessing the advantages of a salubrious read.
the of '
1 being piese.it, journal ) extend and perpetuate its moral influence: and healthy situation ; a harbour surpassed by none Messrs. THOMAS M BLOUNT, and ROBERT M. FORBES,

read.Mr.. GAUTIER, from the Select The farmer would, at once, be enabled to in America, and impregnably fortitied, may become the members elect from the County of Escambla, peared= ,

for that made the following capital necessary for his successful opera- shipping port for most of our southwestern commerce, instead anti on' motion of Mr. Smith, were duly qualified, and
purpose would hear no more of his folly>> in look- of New-Orleans and Mobile ? took their seats.
The Committee appointed to wait :
INSTITUTIONS FOR AID, as they would bo All that is i is a direct canal communication to
end infbiin him of the organization wanting On motion of Mr. BULLOCK, the House proceeded to 1
performed that duty-and CONDITION, and FORMED to SUBSERVE this some favourable point on tho Mississippi, which mn of ballot for an eighth engrossing and enrolling Clerk. Mr.if

will, to-day, make his annual report interest, as they now eflectuallj do, the science and practical information have stated, can be easily WM. W. BELL was declared duly elected.

Council. that country. constructed. Less than tiny miles of canalling for steamboats -Air. BLOUNT offered the followins resolution: to wit J I

Mr. GAUTIER offered the following well worth the time of the statesman to in it has been estimated, will be nCl'ossal; y. Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed

j Resolved, That the Legislative has happened with all our experence and The survey of a route for a canal from the Mississippi prepare rule, for the government of the Council duringthe I

1 to the election of eight Engrossing; no system of legislation has yet been de to the Atlantic has been executed long since ; and it i b a present session,-Which was read, and on his motion

who shall receive ten cents United States, to promote and i improve the subject of regret; with our fellow-citizens that no attempthas adopted-Messrs. TJlount, Gautier and Byrd, were appointed 1
grossing, and cents per ? What encouragement has been offered been yet made to carry into action this important work, on that committee. '
sling, as compensation for .their per \' our products ? GO admirably calculated to connect the western with the On motion of Mr. SMITH, the House adjourned until) 1

priation made by Congress; nnd if has science, generally, or chemistry es- Atlantic trade, and to avoid the dangerous Duration round to-morrow, 10 o'clock.TROM 1
'* iu analyzing the properties and qualities Cape I4' lorida.
insufficient to make such
soils of our country 1 The executive, some years since, took pains to ascer- TilE RICHMOND I
other of the ENQUIRER.
tion necessary rata shall expenses be made 'from fairly answered, when we are told of the tain the value of the property wrecked upon the Florida
Clerks, Hud from all other charges improvements made in our culture, and coast, for several years prf'vious.-The property annually THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. &c. '
fine horses and other stuck, by the exertions lot: an.ounted to $5vOOOO-and one of the years it exceeded ;
cil that, in the
so event
; no of individuals in several parts of the $700,000. The western states would find their Mr. Seldon of New Yoik, i is betraying( : the cloven hoof.f j
ceed the uppropriation made
-which was read and as have held out premiums and rewards, con- substantial interests promoted, by the completion of thi-* The opposition! presses are chuckling: at his aposti.-y. I
year The the newspaper fame of the day, to the en- great national work. The Administration prints of NYork:" understand Lim
following Message
was ambitious lancet and grazier? This The intercourse and trade from the Mississippi to Mobile perfectly, and speak of his conduct a+ it de ervrs.t>
the Governor his Private
, loicy by that even small communities of enter- and Charleston, would be open to their enterprize, cording to the Standard.." the Star" is quite h'.ppy
VAL, which was read and
; men, can effect something really and the same steamboat that received their products at the that Mr. Selden has violated hU solemn pledges, atilt: betrayed *
hundred thereof
j 4 j'e:" copies are 'I"'r. Agriculture ; but does it not, at the same heads of the navigable western waters, would deliver themin the people who sent him to Congress. The: Albany "

.. I : the fact that a great nntional concern, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Argus speak.. of him as the Member of the Odegalion 1
Gintkzntn of the Legislative Council,
Our public duties sustained and promoted by the National The whole line of communication between the Mississippi ef that State who stands alone in his apoot.icylromthe

i : bled us, it is hoped that the usual:; If the constitutional: power to interfere in and Atlantieit taken up the Suwannee river, through patty that was so generous as to listen to his pledges,
t good feeling will pervade, nnd be denied to Congress, then it is the duty, the great lake Okcfenoke, can be rendered perfect for all or so credulous as to imagine that he could, at any time, :
in local the of for half the it think of them."
: mote tho completion our labours. paramount every Legislature, to purposes commerce, one amount fulfilling
) In oil new countries there is much \' for this all important interest.. would cost in any other portion of the United States. Who then is surprized at the dark and distant vaticina

; tion ; and the Legislative body, companies can be of real service, The route as surveyed by the brigade, under that distingUIshed tons of this member, in his late speech in tho H. of 11.,

f and important interests 'to provide for not each State and Terriiory effect t, when : officer General Bernurd, late of the Engineer upon the subject of the Deposites He professes to be

f : : It ii> of the utmost consequence to ( and resources, and power should be roused Corps crossed: the Ocilla, Suwannee, & Sal.ta Fee rivers, anxious for an immediate decision of the question. He
J : ture prosperity and happiness of our While science has extended her flight to and the high-lands between them, to the navigable waters was opposed to its reference to the Committee of Ways

: our system 01 Legislatiou should be ; when the arts have given new wings: to of the St. John's. The report of General Bernard went and Means. Ho expatiated upon the pressure and panic

I : permanent. land and water, and the power of steam to show, that if sufficient water could not be obtained by which prevailed in the money market of New York. He

!, ;' The precedents now recognized, wonders in the manufacturing world, filtration in the deep cuts between Suwannee and Santa stated, that the great cause of apprehension the disproportion

i 1 times ; and the injuries or benefits on which all these must eventually depend, Fee, and Santa Fee and Black Creek, a navigable water which existed between the quantity of speciein

will increase with your age and in obscurity, neglected and overlooked. of the St. John's river, that the country adjacent did not the vaults of the State Banks, and the large amount of

I. True wisdom will ever keep a surely, that uineteen-twentie'.hs of this great afford sufficient for the canal. He was of opinion, however their notes in circulation. He calculated "that there was

! Civil and Criminal Code adapting rise up to sustain their own prosperity ; to that an ample supply of vater might be had through not one dollar in specie for every fifteen dollars of bank

rality and our free institutions, and service the genius and science of the day, the deep cuts. But why hazard so important a work on notes in the State Banks of N. Y." "With facts suchas

lives, liberty and ,property of the new era Agriculture.. the speculative idea of commanding, by filtration, the necessary these says the considerate orator) what would be the

sternly repel licentiousness and vice. melancholy to witness how far in the rear supply, wlon the noble river, Juwannee and the result of a panic among the holders of bank notes 1 It

We cannot,devote too much of and Manufactures, the most useful of all great lake from which it issues, will certainly afford the would not be difficult to predict that a run upon the Backs i

0: and perfection of our Code, as our is stationed : I say stationed, because Agri most inexhaustible and abundant supply of water for the of a single day might produce the stoppage of specie pay* jments.

"' people, will be formed by its sure, hundred years behind Commerce and Ma canal 1The Such a result might arise, although the assets of ,

t fluence.I Europe, and with us, is at least a century route up the Suwannee river and through this take, the different Banks, no doubt, were sufficient, in time, t* ..
Tho law prescribing the mode of in the Old World. is not only the easiest anu best, but all the expense and meet their outstanding engagements. It is not easy to .

ing the persons voted for as do we know of our various soils and $their difficulty of a l' ng, deep cut, can be avoided. From the foresee the course of events in a feverish, agitated state I

Council, is calculated to create doubt mode of culture, than was pursued'and eastern end of this lake to the navigable part of the river of the public mind ; and, although a sum equal to the

:fes to the proper course the } hundred years since, by our forefathers ? St. Mary's is an uncommonly level country, and a canalof whole amount of the public deposites might be Jost by

'ihe event of the icturns being where good land is cheap, it will be ad- twenty-five, miles, will unite the lake with the river, commercial disasters, by shipwreck or otherwise, yet the

"by law. Thirty days is the time it is evidence of a thin scattered, and poor giving us the pert of St. Mary's, one of the best on'the enterprise and ability of our merchants would be equal to

'act requires the Governor to issue his With us, we know it to be so.: We have Atlantic border which will afford easy entrance and security the occasion, the effect would: scarcely be visible in tho

ring who arc elected members of the and too little active capital to put it into to ships of the largest class.It general operations of the country ; but where apprehcn

i If the Executive had strictly is highly gratifying to announce to the legislature that. sion and alarm are excited, either with or without sufficient *

have been doubtful whether the cultivators throughout the Union, command the Indians within the limits of this territory, have con- cause, the consequences can scarce be measured.

,have formed a quorum to legislate. in their business, it would infuse sented to remove west of he Mississippi. The commissioner In order to illustrate this subject, it is only necessary to

tion Returns were not received activity into all tfco departments of Agricul- appointed by the President of the United States, to allude to the period when the banks formerly suspended

r, election. This law seems to require her products ; adding largely to ind vi- negotiate with the Seminoles for their ultimate removal, is specie payment ; on the 25th of September, 1814. Committees
days is too short a period to receive and independence, and to our National pros- entitled to much credit for his success. -1- from the several Banks in the City of New York

those from the County of Monroe, The removal of,this unfortunate race to a situation, met, unanimously resolved, that there was no necessity

days behind all others. It is planting interest of this Territory can he where they can receive all the benefits and advantages, suspenoing specie payment;' notwithstunding.\vhich,

t ture, if it might not be serviceable importance of this subject they will find, which our humane government will kindly extend for their on the first day of October, only FIVE DAYS thereafter,

1 .the form of the poll books and the heretofore have, that their economy, permanent residence, instruction and government, will, these same banks were compelled to refuse the redemption
\ ,he use of each; county, and labour will be given 'o increase the wealth while it secures their happiness, reflect honour on the national of their bills, and nearly three years elapsed before

Judges of the County Courts, to be of others, who have only acted as the character.It the currency of the country was restored."

to the Inspectors oftthe election, profits. is expected, that within three years, the last of the Here is a pretty politician indeed Here is a man,
i the earn subject. care of the Government, in providing for Seminoles will be comfortably located in the country selected who in one breath is painting the effect of a'PANIC in

\ An uct concerning Patrols, passed improvement of our Territory, claims our for them and it is better adapted, in every respectto bringing'on the suspension of specie payments-and in

'. has not answered public expectation. our gratitude. advance their civilization and moral improvement, than another, is darkly hiuting, that unless the subject he im

! ,' by the act seems properly to belong of St. Marks and Apalachicola, under their present residence, surrounded as they are, by our mediately decided Congress, the Banks ef New York

:.. ,it is submitted to your consideration, of Lieut. George W. Long, of the Engi white population. may be placed in a situation to compel them to some such
mote the views of the Legislature and the farther improvement of the Ock- measure in the course of 60 or 90 days. Is Mr, Selden so
the militia were empowered to Marks and Little Rivers, will give our citi The executive will not fail, as far as the treaties made, inconsiderate as not to know, that such prophets. may rea

The improper trade carried on convenient, great advantages in shipping depend on him, to see the same promptly executed.On lize their own predictions 1 That coming, as it dee,

men, in defiance of law, with the : \' market, and in procuring their supplies. the removal of the Indians, a fine country, better from the'great commercial emporium his worst fears may
increased. and efficient officer believes, that adapted than the larger portion of Florida for the cultivation be fulfilled by the emphasis with which- he expresses them?

The planters in the vicinity of the appropriation by Congress for that ob of sugar cane and sea island cotton, will be opened Does he really wish to bring about this catastrophe 1-

( have sustained serious loss by the be able to make a straight channel from to the enterprising emigrant of capital and industry who Great as the pressure is to the North does he desire to

to their labourers to steal, as they to St. George's Sound, where vessels draw wnh care and economy may, in a few years, be rewarded increase ? Does he wish to augment the panic he describes "
twelve feet of most amply for ail his expenditures and privations.The t ,
every article they carry to these water, may arrive at the j
This evil has become so great, that legislature at their last session, by way of resolution We think it our duty to state, that so far as our enqui* I J

remedy i is provided, the plantations urged Congress permit the sale of the lands reserved ries extend, they'"do( net result in so fearful a state of
appropriation of Six Thousand Dollars for education and it be advisable
become nnnou to their owners. may to bring the things as Mr. S. pourtrays. The best informed among
Congress, Lieutenant
Long entertains no again before that '
subject body.
The '* Union Bank of Florida," Bar I out banking men certainly do not apprehend any sUspon*
outer of St. Marks' Harbour '
can bt JLxperience has shown how it is that these
necessary sioa of The distress
specie the
payments. over
session of has among *
kit -Legislature
d is to admit vessels, drawing from fourteen to lands should be uold. I dealers in the Northern towns is doubt and, '
Little doubt is no great op.
ration. to arrive near the light-house, which No advantage has occurred by renting them, and in a : pre8si- e.There has been one house in Philadelphia -t
this be I ,
,jjecewary purpose can add to the vajue of the and the few
port, import years more, their fertility will be reduced careless said
The Executive has every reason ;: trade. by a to bioken for 3 or 400,000 dollars-but it U believed .
.ind improvident culture, while tho. most valuable timber that the great and_sound portion.of th O commtrPG Ml I i
It bit( institution fairly imp of .
," '. goes. superintendence Captain S. Shannon, the will be del oled. inttrcst will weatbef the'storm* .

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lrimt.et f ,, ', .. .
wei I'"y ; '" -< ', ", : -'-" '-- ...
t" > wo .if' -
"j'V .
without its a5ailgWOp ii1O'.ic1t \\ ._. .. ...j. .. )0,\ rw -: -" ,,''

JJOltIJIA : practice Brftojreots' t V ,are the best m turn long be cttoght byth'ev G yerimi a. In j!? '.III.11DSlol. _. i1' -- .

rehef-crops tfcitcji&w made orrx&aeland. and the opinion of the Grand_Jury, this nil road will IN 'bec.2Q : LAUTh1LJW1'.

. m next to Ihese,jpjjjtoukl iejp& pease. sFtora the form one important section of thiq desired line ef ,
communication the Northern In the Senate on the 19th test. Mr.Tyler ajked poii93i-s 1. JARKS.t
Hmiu&sa mail could
present QiyMjBf&inU ; by the ., .
ons cJeared ------
JANUARY 11. intervenlional and obtained leave to 1mDlfiffi w repeal l the -
aid of this 5
: 'SA'fUR DAY. lands, the system of jJ_ ijl iiiTv, be considered Savannah Road, be delivered from act which provides for the collection. debt due 4ILC-JAJC. 5.
Georgia, to in 48 hours.-
lastmbh more frasiWelbr the tyjjrit!f.i 1 At to the I BrigArethusa, BH-ht, for N. York, with 477 bale
l1emen were, on Monday pf soil than rotation The transportation from Savannah to Jacksonville Treasury, by prereniptory warrants, or executions 1 '
of *. Th. issued from the Treasury Department. .Cotton ; 7 bbls. Cider ; JSOO wt. Ox Hides. .
The of the Central Bank of Florida crop | miljjliiftt8t, should be on the St. Johns', w.uld be by Steam through the
eleCt ed JirtC t 0 rs practised as is done-W&4l ihi.p ic ':'lands in the inland cut. It is not the purpose of the Grand ; In asking leave, Mr. Tyl made au eloquent speech Brig Mount Hope, Mar*h, Turks Island.

nt )'ear. West Indies Jury topoint out the several | which was listened to with protbuud attention, and ling Odessa Denning, for 2 cw You 406 bales'
pr viz-By of connecting points
the R. HAYWaRD, means moveabie
{"r Jrs, T R. B&TT01f, .. cattle this chain of in the course of which he displayed in vivid colours cotton.
communicatiot from
CKL North to South
B tJf ,JAI. M't1CLL1N, WILLIAM P. CRAIG, pens. Every estate necessarily has for agricultural but it may be suggested, that from Tallahassee, the tyranny and injustice of the law which he .ITED.-uw.6 6.

It,C.ALLtlf & GREEK H. CHAIRCS, ROJEJ1.T"U.1.UJl' purposes more or less of cattle, and insteadof the road might be continued to St. Marks, or, I seeks to repeal, and the monstrous injustice of Sdxr. Spy, Pope, 16 day,from Baltimore ; fc-alt,

being heedless as to the feeding and Choctawhatchie the latter |. placing the property and liberty of the citizens atthedisposalof Coffee it Goods
stalling being the most direct Dry to Wm. C. Miller B. Byrd, &
%v. V IL1JjX5. the directors held on Tuesday of these animals, let ri temporary enclosure_say route which would complete the mail route from the subalterns of Treasury. He John Blair Peachy.
the of malicious Auditor who for
mt'fting Savannah supposed case a ,
.( a Esqr. was unanimously 1 reelectedLidkli I ol fifty feet square and ten rails high-be made be to Pensaoola inland, all of which may i the sake:' re\'enge.\\'ould trample upon and crush 9th -Arrived and passed up the river, Schr. Galaxy -

IBES: with loose rails in the of performed with punctuality in four Uays. Warren, fm. Appalaciucula ballast
) centre J.
Jh; every ten or 2
president. twelve acres of land :-throw cane trash-.waste certain: political sentiments Jury would which further have pieseni been, that the I the reach of his enmity and he asked the Senateto .

.Northern Mail was received on Thursday grass, and other refuse into this enclosure so as favorite doctrine of an adjoining State to blot out from the statute book.a lawwhich allowed !- luth.-brig Tallabas&ee, Ruttoone 30 day rom
'O- _Consequrnlly. ve have no I later advices to bed it half nigh with an absorbent for moisture: have met with countenance in some sections of of such an odious we of dower.' New Yirk, via Indian Key, & Tampa Bay-mdz. to

r''" the North or from Europe than was given if the cattle (say ten or tweive) be daily fed and our Territory, and while they deeply regret that red Mr.to the Tyler's Commiltee bill was on then the read.twice Judiciary.and refefr sundry ARRIVED BKLOW.

urlast. Until the direct route to Augusta nightly turned into this pen, a compost will in a any would be so rash as to inculcate them, they Mr. Clay presented a petition relative to the Washington, S"aim, from N. Orleans,via

s ; be established by the General Post Office few weeks be made, which by exposure during congratulate no principles themselves more deeply, that rooted in this than district devotionto thereare late steamboat disasters which he accompaniedwith Apalacrifcla.itfSOLUTION.

Department shall be liable to disappointmentsis the winter, will in the spring manure the fieldInlike the Union and the hope that Congress would act upon the -
wc utter detestation of all revolutionary D uF C(IP AR 1'1"ERSHll'-Thc

; season of the year in receiving the mail. manner and by the same cattle, may onethirdor doctrines of Nullification subject. ronartncrhip heretofore exis i>ting indei the tirm

at without hopes, that the Department more of an ordinary plantation be annually 3d. The! Grand Jury further present the serious On motion of Mr. Mangum, a select committee u: 1-ockermari and Craig was dissolv d by mntuulcon
>Ve art not inconvenience was appointed to take into consideration the Pre sent, en in* .rM just. -'ersrnsindeb&ed to the latE
manured-and resulting to the community *
the propositions which we learn will though it may appear inadequate, at large, ident's to the Senate a t. call and
*11 accept from the inconsiderate of Message, refusing rive are requested ) settle their accounts tviih
be submitted by Mr. MALLETT. We shall then it will be found in practice to be both easy and persons to as Magistrates.4th incompetent copy oithe paper read to uis CaomeU The Committee -- either of u.c subscribers. '

intelligence from New York in nine or ten rewarding. > The Grand Jury would also the I consists of Messrs. Mangum, White, For- EDWARD LOCKERMAK,

rt cejve liable from Having thus alluded to the msutantl of suggest I. sylh. Ewing Bibb, Sutherland and Rives 22tf'ILLIA.MP.GRAIG..
without being te interruption high two wInch propriety disposing! the Public Fiee Sclimil
dart The resolutions of Mr. offered -
Clay, yesterday,
every farmer may cemmand, but which the Lands and their proceeds funded in some monied The
tvitcr.TVe. sugar sailing on the Secretary of the Treasury to communicate sutftctlber} will ntmue to do business on liberal
_ institution.5th. .
planter should never want-I must, from the already to the Senate, a of the entire I Letter terms and solicit a continuance ni"cus.cm fr'm Uia
failure of the:Mail Four The Grand Jury in considering the various copy friend t the late ,,
have had another t overgrown length of these observations, defer addressed by Mr. Crawford, when Secretary & m and the imjlic generally.
duties which devolve them in Justice Jai II, 134 2-2tfj fcpwArr L.OKC.KVA.\.
cannot -
are now due from Pfnsacola and Mobile. the details of cane planting and cultivation upon ol'ihe Treasury, under date ol the 13th .February,
Mails for
to their own of in silence I.E' .
sense !N I OK ; Ttiic .
propriety pass rt i in L: & office
substituted forfteamIat 1817 President ot the Mechanics' Bank of anting pos
boat has been to the L'
A miserable sail future sheet. Meantime, I remain, Mr. Editor, the official labors of the Judge of the Eastern xt Qnir.cy on th, first day of January 1834, if
New York from which is
extract recited Ins
conveyance on the Choctawhatchiefcv. your very obedient, AN ENQUIRER. district, and while they songratulau? the Countrythat an in not :k.-n out by the nrst of March next, will ue :>ent I

Col. MACOMB'S Btages centinue to arrive as Tallahassee, 9th Jan. 1834.rOLlfICU. tu-; ? very arduous labours are cheerfully, and Report to Congress of tie other of tn" 3d December, of 1833 Mr.; I 10 the Gener Pobt Or&ce as dead tellers. 1

tsiial, but bring neither papers nor letters west of i promptly and ably performed, they regret that the Crawiord copies; with the Bai'kn correspondence, about that period, to Ashton, Hcmry C. Malon, JwLa \V.HII.d 4
I M'iiinis John !
compensation is The increase of y ellO y j
so inadequate.
that the Northern CATCCIIISM.-The creed
Valley. It is reported of the English in wnim tue alluded: the -
Holmes'! the bnsiness in the Courts established by act of passages Secretary in B Hnii' itniy M'Ali-.n! R .bcrt $

iuie! came as far as Salubrity on its last trtp.Ho .- church, commonly called the thirty-nine articles, to- Congress, and the multiplication of tle\\- courts an by same report :-And bo, that the Secretary be directed B.irbre, Th.-mas (2) Manning, ClnrlcsB :

get er with the catechism, designed to m communicate to the Senate of ohn Maiur Will.
e* arc entertained that it will reach this place explain to the the Legislative Council superaddcd to the Land a copy ic imChappol
youthful and unlearned, the points embraced in the the correspondence between the agent appointed !, Elizabeth V'Kem.-i, i'nnCraudtcs

Dest Sunday evening. firmer, are univcrsaly taught and known. We have cases, a ,new duty imposed by act Congress on during tr-e last summer, to inquire upon what I .olin M'llan, Mary D.
the Cour reseut new and reasons for the .
t strong On i-sen, James Noi-rii, .i"ch
also! our confession of Faith with terms the State Banks would undertake to perform
Council has been
The Legislative principally great felicity called can idcr.i: u'n of Congress, to enlarge the compensation Clements, J-scph !unu.i, .uacc
the services of the Government which had been
tnared so far in the preliminary arrangement of the Seven principles (five loaves and two .ishes,) to of the Judge 0of the Eastern District at i uPont Charles II. ((2)) (utcs, units K.
the Bank of United States and
performed the
The bill to incorporate a which a numerous train of devotees adhero, with a least, whose duties are fourfold more arduous than Djrby, susan (t) Pitters" Ball
lts-busillf' companyfor the said Banks of the nude if
; a copy Report Cinfied J.lm Pichct
zeal and sincerity truly edifyinjr. But the CATECHISM that of any other, on account of the large number Bright
construction of a Railway from this placeto made the said the Secretary
the one were by agent to Fain LHvid! PuytluesB, James P.
so essential as a popular this of land cases in the Eastern district, and for which
die Apalacliee bay, was introduced yesterday creed is commentary on brief extraordinary services Congress decreased the sal or the Executive ; the name ol the agent, his Frasir, A'. rcw F. Peoi!.les, bujh- :..
strangely neglected. Even its existence is
compensation, and in virtue of what law he was George, Amos Ralh, fctborn .
and read the first time We apprehend from ap- But for( some reason benefit has as
no ,
scarcely known and for the of ary. yrt
; purpose exhibiting a appointed ; were then taken up, together with an \'Hjlllt:1fanJcr! Roan, James P.
that this will be a busy session. specimen of its and accrued to the present incumbent, it having been damson \V. D. fc'milh John
prsrances manner, diffusing a knowledge of amendment offered by Mr. Benton, calling for information (2)) ,
tile Grand infirmed withhheld from
as Jury ate )
its truths, I subjoin an extract. The first question is, from the Bank of the United States, & Htrvey.Jit'had ScUrVlIli
the Floridian him to this ume. And the Grand Jury further Min.-r! Thonxis
TO the Editor of : up Holiday, Speight,
who made you" and the answer Andrew Jackson c pcs: of the: correspondence between it and the ,
Tile observations which time conceive that though the withheld portion of lolLtnvn, David H. Stet her.s, Henry
some "
of .
from which I pass quite over lesson first, to lesson the salary now allowed by Law, were paid, it Secretary the Treasury.Mr. H-mdley. John ghau, Daniel
fince I presumed to send you for insertion, having second 101 Clay explained his resolution, and commen-
question st, transcibi. g general questions would still be a most inadequate compensation for Haruson, ohcrt Sylvester, VilottJohnson.
l Kin favoured with your complimentary notice; and answers in regular order. the official duties of the Judge of the Eastern dis- ted se'erelyI(1On the Report of the Secretary ol Sarah -xioiL.. L. "

I lapin venture to ofler you some lurther remarks d. Who loves onions? Ans. A Yankee by this I the Treasury on the Removal of the Deposites ; lone, Littteb'-rry Thom.is, James
; trict.The at the time to Jouinn C. Edw anl Vv iU'or: JI na'.haD
same indignantly referring an imputation ,
of the Cane that I murk, that whenever bit of Grand offer their thanksto
on the culture Sugar : am ; may you see a codfish and a Jury beg leave to that he was connected, in manner, with Kerkscy Budd U iUes, Alfred

not be kerned egotistical, I candidly 3'Othat hot potatoe on his dish, be sure the ingt111 is not far ofl, his Honour the Judge for the able charge delivered tIlt' BanK. any Kcikscy, K.idcr WcstCott, James D.

the present remarks arc published with such proper d. Who loves plumes, and ribbons, and laces and to them, in which their dutirs as Grand The resolutions were then adopted, and the Senate Ketcrul, Reuben Watson, NV'iiliamLcirimnre .
furbelows Jurors have been so clearly iud and wnch: JamcsVlbury, Ci'llin
? Ans. The women in which expt ((2)
diffidence should the of they always to 23d mil.
as : want adjourned Monday,
accompany show off has so much aided them i in ihe discharge of their Larkins Robert 'Va'hitlton, :Vlahala
kcal knowledge and experience of soil and climate. at a sermon or a fandango. duties. With the request, that these present In the House of Representatives, after the pre- Lester, R. C. [(66 Letters. '

I found my conclusions: on a practical residence in d. What docs a Turk'Jove ? Ans Opium. Ques. ments should he published in the Florida Herald, sentation of various petitions, the inouon to a- M.us. John
sI\ ho loves gold ? \ns. A Jew. Ques. Now mend the rules of the House to exclude
tell! me so as M. BLUE, P. M
and also that the Clerk shall furnish of the
is dissemina-
the, West Indies, and object the a copy
my honey, who loves office tn Florida ? Ans. A tDctU1Iman same to the of this County. from the flooftall visitors, except public officers ol duincy, jm.11.h 1S.TI. ,2 tf.
individual information: for the encouragement lovoa office in F'orida.' representative the Government then taken and -
tng; The sign of a love ol r Jacksonville, December 7, 1833. was up agreed XKCUTMKJNOriCi:,-All persons having

d public opinion.The office is the seeking and having the laying hold of,and (Signed,) JOHN WARREN, Foreman G. J. to.The .1:4 ci irns gain the
character and properties of the SugarCane holding on to ; and these signs arc thick as blackberries 1 do hereby certify, that the foregoing and above House then proceeded to the unfinished of Lcom'ountyuV oisvlare required to present tl.enj
which Mr. Polk's motion to refer the. duly r.uihentK.urt. wiihi-i the time prescribed lawor 1
iiI may be allowed to judge from the mode to this generation.Q. is a true copy of the original presentments,, business was
they will be fOj ever l barrhOb( iudtlued the
of of
the Secretary the the
Report Treasury on
prtctlSr,1 in its planting and cultivation, seem as Is the majority of the people of Florida from now of record, and on file in my o&ce. Removal of the Committee ol r estate are requested to fl.'le immtdiate payment.
the Deposites to
l.ule: understood in this T'n i ivory, as is its scien the west ? Ans. From the west, met and boys included ISAIAH D. HART, Clerk. and with amendment offered SARAHVICK RKKRS*, '/
Ways Means an by
arc just enough without Jacksonville Dec. 21, A. D. 1833. ..IAS.JV > r.iec\f'\r
mnuliiclurc: : and surely towards the successful one to spare, to fill Mr. McDuffie, giving certain instructions to said ,
first iJera- all our offices of honour and emolument, of cash and 28w \vi .HAR > -
of the
production any staple, cnn Committee, heretofore reported.Mr. .
From the Aiu York Traveller. :..- J .. Mini ur.d Uini-
Videlicet. The > ::; e [' ,tflon'ag
consfquencc. governor the general] MeDuffie tl.cn and commenced FtH.Lt' !
ion i requisite to the correct husbandry theplant. ; rose, an a-
> of The Broken Rat.-A gentleman about thirty : Baibour Virginia, t 'JI1;* in ;he
our military establishment the ble examination ut'the whole subject connected ,
suvcyer general nrty ot JefrTMJM in the Territory ot" Florida, upon
with his whole troop of the years ago travelling through Mecklenburg, was: with the lawfulness of the removal, in which h< .
be known that the surveyors; postmaster of witness .t' "t iii-u- i'.e rn ujr.d hear the illiriv-fr.! The
It circumstance
may: not generally Sugar a very singular respecting '
our metropolis ; our district attorney ; the law agentsof : denounced the procedure as an exercise of powei ,antn; :)'.', .IcLOf 160 acres 'iyinj in tu..same nei;h*
of these animals in the house New
Cjue requires the same description of soil, as the one past at the of the President without :ourho--; thi larpc h'tare
government to nullify the Spanish grants ; the land After dinner the landlord on part wholly authority upon tract : expciisiTfind
Hargard. placed on I '
best wheat crops-its botanical character is in fact receiver the l land besides p-i aneut improvements, a suyr usewnd !ur.
; others included
; floftr
many the dish ol and loud
of the same nature as the different kinds of corn, in the 4c. whistle. a large there soup, gave the a After speaking for some time, Mr. l\J DutI{,., I acc, a u.stillcry lor rum a in huusc, cotton r 3S
Immediately into
came rom,I :id; jc.-tu and a net'awin v
and tIle\ finest dry lan! will therefore only grow it Q. Are the Datives of the great west, better quali a mastiff, an Angora cat,'nn old raven, and a large: being exhausted, gave way to a niotioH to adjourn m-xi.ous nxtu.-es.; housesa>.: quantr lhmanr.Mher 1 here art l>elwctri .
and molten of Mr. Davis of Mass
successfully, in the same manner, as these only fiod than citizens from other section?, to fill public office Rat, with a bell about its neck. They all Jour. the House; on till next ,I two and ihre hunJitd acres of !lard cleared IK

yield wheat profitably. In this territory, where and iule the people ? Ans. They are better qualifiedthan went to the dish, and, without disturbing each oth-. the House.adjourned on the 18th inst.day.In Mr. Ewing sLl- in cnuvuit! ''pencil within the las' five year with

nuch of the finest land is low and dnip, and the other citizens to fill important office and rule the er, fed together : after which, the dog, cat, and mitted the fo'lowing' resolution, which was agreedto the wi'h landed estat th purchaser and nay almost be accoTt, iwla-*
ted waeons, carts, ploughs iewripuon -
before the fire while the tvery
rat lay raven hopped about -
people firstly and because the ,
; of
climate subject to heavy and continuous rains, possession : : plantation equipage ; set of!tjuk: smith',
The landlord after
draining is essential in cultivating the cane, as the office presupposes merit ; secondly, because other citizens for the the familial room.-. which existed, accounting these animals -: Resolved, That the committee of Ways and i\r-ls and bellows ; Ilk :wise, mules, oxen'eattle, h., s.
stands no chance in the competition ; thirdly, in ty among Means be instructed to inquire into the expediency etc. etc ; upor very 'c,',>mm"otlalin: terms, payn
of the from moisture.
only means relieving plant informed his that the Rat the
guest was 1 1eal interest anti! the dcbu Bu. if
rruters relating to the interests of the caste, they authorizing a national currency of 35,000,000, annually securing
Nothing is more injurious than water to the developement most useful of the four ; for that the noise he the abo"c described property should not be solii at
arc understood to hang together like shrimp a disposition to be found] upon the faith of the United States,,
made had completely freed the house from the rats, tht of the
and of plant-it private sale in-fore 14th day Februry pext,
maturity a cine destroysit
in itselt virtue and be unconnected with and independent of nil
a and moreover a token of wisdom ,
and mice with which it had been before infested. .'!artr.:'on hilI be then! reived to the highest nsp.lnsi1J1e
when in infancy-retards UK growth in youth, ; fourthly, whenever at. interloper of cismontaneorigiti direct executive control, except an may be required bidder upon the premises, and the perishable p o-

and impoverishes and weakens iu juices when and conncxion leave for the nomination of directors, said currency sold the sa'nctime auction '
begs to join the official The Hamster RaL-The life of a Hamster is I Percy at ut forrtady money.
reaped. Most farmers have great dread of the fraternity, it ia said they all show their teeth in unison divided between eating and fighting. He seems to be struck, perfected and issued, i in a departmentof ; In the interum any person whc may be desirous of
the mint of the United States, under regtlauons: the entire have it
jmrchasir-j p'-rishabl crn
hbour attendant on draining lands:-I do! not dis- and stand shoulder to shoulder in defence of "one to have no other passion than that of rage ; which ; ; property
to secure an impartial distribution thereof among on a ere Jr. of twelve! months, giviu*sufficient security
pute it to be laborious-but I certainly assert that i f "s," (the rival candidate from the west) ; Sthlyi,, induces him to attack'every animal that comes in the several stales tespeclively, according to repre uprn application to G 'tV. WAtD,

from the rolling nature of this County, and tile they actually, do rule the. people. a proof of tact and. his way, without/. in the r least attending, -. to.the'I SPtitative nonubtion. if the- allle be- rtcmireJ in 2tfJ ant for the ov.ncrNlX .

numerous rivulets branching all directions, as I energy, iook you ; sixinly" whenever a new office- is strengtn 01 the enemy. ignorant oi inc an oi ; virtue of the: plightedfaitJl! and resources j of each I \\\tksat'tsrdate application will be made -by

j in. i created or sel adrift by death, some of the numberhas saving himself by flight, rather than yield he will state so requiring, to the United States lor its redemption the subscril to the honour.toie the ccunty aurt
ouilets, it can be carried into effect with unusual j jfacility allow himself to be beaten to pieces with a stick. j administration
of \ adison county for letters of onhr
a'cousin ready cut and dryed, to lay hold of the according to the I legal( stipulations on its
t and the labour he profitably bestowed on If he seize a man's haud, he must be killed before : f state of Henry Harris, late of MadisVn* 'county
which shows that the western born t face, and the payment of suci- bonus to the Treasury -
post ; gentry
I the increase ofciop. It is not that drains he will quit his hold. The magnitude of the horse | deceised226w[ ) \L X. WATSON JiW'li.L
necessary with the talent for government with them it is nnmSUDCt. of the United States to defray ex;>ense, andto
ehould be large; for( the generality of the laLds in ; terrifies him as little as the address .f the dog, : guarantee ulterior responsibility, as may be prescribed b,> sold on the Ast AIndiy ;-n r'ebunry
j jd. which last is fond of hunting him.Vlieri a Ha HI- i "t public outcry, in the lownof Ocbeesee
this section, I should suggest as sufficient for cane What places and employments are left to the ster perceives a dog at a distance, he begins by and said currency, so authorized end three negro ald.v.7.: ,Lydia Betsy and Sena, farm

cultivation: a dram of two shovels wide, and Virginians the Carolinians and Georgians? Ans. emplyin his cheek-pouches, if they happen to be loaned according to the prescribed ratio, to states rly the property of James Mills but assigned,by a,

one and a half deep at every twenty-five yards: Felling the trees, draining the low grounds and tilling filled with: grain : he then bloxva them up so prodigiously i requiring its use, when loaned to the people thro'State deed of trust to 'homas/ Baltzell and Sampson Pope,
instrumentality, shall be received in paymentof' debt due Richard Carnaehan of Charleston
drains must run parallel throughout the field and the soil: occasionally some Qf the number are seen that the size of his head and neck great- | to pay a to .
ublic lands, and i iR payment of all other reve- 'outh Carolira. 2IatD''. 1833.i .
empty into a branch or waste ground : or what in the out parishes, discharging the functions of eoro- ly exceeds that of the rest of the body. He raises line, accruing to the general jovernmentand shall ROMAS BAl.'J.'ZE .L.1
would be preferable, but somewhat more laborious, nrr,justice of the peace, or constable: nota bene serv. himself on his hind legs, and thug darts upon be obligatory upon the State issuing the same, to [22tds] SAMPSON POPt-: I zustees

into a large drain cut on the outward edge of the ing a writ, two and four pence, entering judgment do. the enemy. If he catches hold, he never quits his redeem on demand at her office of discount and ncnn:': '.# lLLlSk RANDOLPH have ni.
foe but with the loss of life. This ferocious disposition Df
2d. established sociatcu themselves in the of medicine
field and mileage deposite, winch said State office, when practice
this in direction
leading whatever prevents the Hamster from being at peace and offer their: professional services to the public. Office
Q. Do a handful of strangers in any country rule under State guaranty, 10 loan and redeem said
required. The summer, rams would keep these I with any animal whatever. He e\.cn makes war shall be of all hct\\ocn the Plar-ter3 Hottllln j ambcrt's. '2if
of public
the national roast ? Ans. Often: the mame-lukes in currency, the place deposite
cuts open, and the land would thus always find a Egypt, and the Biitish in the East Indies, the against his own species.1'hen two Hamsters money collected or belonging to the general I CHARLESTON.-TM schr.
carry ,
vent fur superfluous meet they never fail to attack each other, and the within the limits of the whereit a new'TeMelhav.
moisture. These drains must kettles and pocket the governmeat, state ,Capt. Hope,
soup treasury pewter. dues. always devours the weaker. A combat .FC'R .
of stronger ccommoJauons for
course be made the existed ; also, to inquire into the comparative 1
transverse to cane rows, so Do the PEOPLE of Florida ever give office to U one
between a male and a female commonly lasts lon of national bank based ths: vessel is designed to run
that expediency establishing a ,
the plough furrows will themselves become of ?" Ans. In instances
ua one or two they have. Q. than that between two males. Thy begin
ger a specie capital, to be furnirhetl by the several regularly between St. Mark and Charleston provided
leading channels for the water. In the British Can yon describe me an ass 7 Ans. Yea, verily, an by pursuing and biting each other ; then each' of States upon as sole stockholders thereof on a scale proportionate she meets with: suitable encouragement, it JS. hoped

Colony of Demerara, where the whole country is ass is an animal with long or short ears, with two or them retires aside, as if to take breath. After a to the representative population of each that all who design shipping by her will give the C&

one uninterrupted flat-laying three feet and more four legs, as it may please Heaven above to ordain ; short interval they renew the combat, and continue with a branch in each State, the institution to be liest notice to the captain on board or to .

'under spring tide level, and where tropical rains But as to the rest, whether Heaven so ordain or not, to ligU till one of them falls. The vanquished regulated in strict accordance with uniform general JOHN BLAIR PEACHY conai> ee.St. .

fall is the time has been without animal uniformly serves for a repast to the conqueror.Ibid. rules undera of Mark, January I Uh 1834_ 221.-
like cataracts-the necessarily depend an ass present, always adopted hy Congress 'directory .
0 solely the crops hope of change, in times past: and always will be*inthne [ State appointment, and each state to enjoy the FOR ALK.--l'hc loilowin :lands bclonpng t
", perfection of draining. The whole estate of Samuel Qverton, are offered for
whereof the of runnethnot benefit of a capita), and exercise a power-.in:accordance -
to come, man
cultivated land is there worked by the hoe and memory To make Salt Butter fresh.-Put four pounds of with her vested interest therein : said sale, and as they are stipposcd to be well i known, amore
Beast Burthen he lies downat
a of is deemed
to contrary, ; minute description unnecessary i
; and it has been salt butler into a churn with four quarts of new .
computed, by report to committee to report by bill or oti erwise.l all selected with! audcare are"s'.M1r.ably -
night to rest his weary limbs, rises in the morningto were judgment )
aI'arliament, that every estate of 200 with milk, and a small portion of arnotto. Churn them -II--- located, considered first rate quality and wel'
negroes) receive a new load in the toils of the day occasionally -
; about hour take out the butter
together and in an l ,uuicjio. rL: ,cd to the culture of cane.
culture has within its limits ju -eft: adapted sugar
near with kick and above aU
honoured a or a curse it G1tOc.1..RlThe
; it exactly as fresh butter hy washing
W miles and treat ; C\JiJOW.lig ai fcles in his lin In the county of Leon, near Tallahassee :
in length of drains. The fields are laid au as koowcth his rider. in water and adding customary quantity of salt.- 50 Barrels ot FL.ur: 20 bbls \Iisht.y : 10 barre 160 acres of land, adjoining Whitaker and L..

out in 10 and 12 acre patches, and cut every tflyards d. What are the people of Florida? Ans. That This is a singular experiment. The butter gains New Orleans Rum : 5 Ubls Jamaica rum 20 kegs batter IfO U La Fayette's luwnthip

with parallel drains of three feet wide and question cannot be answered under the pangs of a about three ounces in each pound, and is in every : 20 do. lard: 10 boxes codfish : 20 sperm can le.s : 400 I' Wirt and Bryan,

two feet let me'vet hide equal to fresh butter. It would be greatly 20 bbls. mackarel: 20 do. potatoes> 10 do. Orleans 100 Adams and Hagan,
deep, leading to others exterior and hr- thirsty throat ; first, therefore my respect hwlasf's. 80 Vickers,

get, and through them to the flood ga tee and take a short furloughMOON LIGHT. of improved fine by the in addition powder.of two A common or three earthen ounces .1LSO.-Pine Apple Cheese, Pepper, Chocolate, 80 School section?

It hag betn well ascertained by botonical sugar, woodenone Tea in Caddies, Raisir.s, Almonds, Cognac Brandy 160 U II Lucas and Pen,
Lear th, that different re- Presentment of the Grand Jury for the County of Churn answers the same purpose as a Holland Gin, Tongues &. Sounds Tobacco, Loaf kNew 80 Vickers 4. Dr. .iitchell

tod plants extract from the same DuvaL 1 : and may be purchased at. any pot shop.- Orleans sugar, Soap, Sperm Oil, Shot, Powder, In G\dsden county, near duincy :

wnguUr properties, essential only to their pe The Grand Jury empanneled in and for the County -I [GoodteW Farmer. nails, cinnamon, nutmegs, cranberries, and pu.r! 160 acres of land, nearly adjoining the town.

. culiar vegetation ; and that all lands contain seve- of Duval, in the eastern District of Florida, beg All of which he will dispose of at very low : ; In Jackson county, on Chipola:

nl and distinct virtues which leave offer the following Presentments: Air and Exercise.There is a fact well known R. H. BERBY.January .' 160 acres of land, adjoining Clark and Campbell,
germinate succes- 11th 1834 22tL 160 Carter & Williannoa.
Lively leeds different lit. The Grand Jury strongly recommend to to physicians, which settles at once the importance _.:y l ,
Cenus- This has suggested of the establishment ofa of fresh air to beauty, as well as health. It is, that ARE NOTICE.-All persons indebted 'George Proposals for the whole, or part as may suit the apt
the consideration
the Congress this
of T will be received the 8Ubi.criber plACe.
Bygtem rotation of cropsby which land at home and do not Lorimore to forward and J plicant,. by
Rail Road from St. Johns' river to Tallahassee, in proportion as people stay are requested come ROBERT MITCHELL,
exhausted of its peculiar property for one plant is : their lungs playing as they! ought the blood settle the same-with subscriber, as m Jiir ser indulgence ;' .
instead of the mail route which now being sur set *f Avto.-ncy for the administratrix.ng
rendered valuable in the production of another; veyed. The distance between St. Johns' river fc I becomes dark, and lags in its current; whereas will be given.23w[ ] JA8. F.LQflORl.t '.. : 1.4' V: January 1l'h18_ ,<4. 2iSw _
and m no culture and fifty habit of inhaling the air out of doors reddens ; lLLIA GUM is a candidatef&TfcSheriffallofGadsdtncouoiy. n J
is hundred
successful application of Tallahassee does not exceed .ne I W -, 22ifL' oj fr-r'tni coi-e to HoridaTfbr the purL -
his principle more clearly exhibited and miles, the tract would in its course pass thro it like a ruby, and'makes it clear and brisk. Now' F pose of settrhig op the accounts &of Mr. James

than with the necessary, a low flat country, exuberaitly supplied in the the darker the blood, the more melancholy the OR SALE OR'K Etf'iy-V: *tract OJ.U Piles >i., atnett all those indebted to Mr.-Oarnttt will

( Observed sugar cane. In this country, I have whole route with the best materials that can be sensations and worse the complexion. .L' north orTiU.4 A4SlfKeo- l&iningMOairwC sei i mskt, payment t* nr.e, or in mr absence t ."r.H. WiBraden. -

a total want of this sjstem-it doubtless the Southern for work of this --- %.nty ot hich ia cleared ritk.oad buildings. _Apply before,the lOtId&y February next, u'IU
is found in country '
owing to the nuny drawbacks incident to a new character. establish a mail route between N. : 1LLJAM,W. HART i is a candidate the ut this office or-io FR&iStSi.Tallahawee notes and. 'accounts- 'jio* J1\.."ilt"be .'

'lDtr1"-but I venture the 'assertion, that ao ope York. aaif:Odessa, oa'whioh tke great mail CM,. w Clerkship of Leon county. Ut( ; January :... in sumr ,,[29tn "I'If'.JOtiji. Xoo .

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':., i uo' jjWB AttFBELL ,, a :._- ,.. .- -. -. .'Io, -":.1.t._' '.f.- .., .
T. .fr., GLAZE of '. ,'.' \. ; rEMAINING ;r. '.f ; 't.-\ y'J;'J.\ .tbTLtUaAj 't
U/ LouitTillft Gtorgia art tnp td at their well .t 1.1 .1 i 'l'M D,,:stcrt? In QUincy hu apiD 1 I Icd

icrownatabiisht) at the above place,In the manul R in the Pest Office at TaN !! .' per the ehc10ner Galaxy, eapt. 'Ietcher jQat

: facture! ; of cotton gins, of a very superior q.alit.y.-lt 'Ubacsee, on the 0r st day of'January, Y'k BUM prmader) a large supply of rl'tlb

b s their and intention to kctp a constant supply, at Talla if net taken out by'the Slat of March.neit, : Tix: a fine,assortment of ra1lcY.eaJ.ico, Ia&at.li .
1 ; Qaincy, Florida, and to net all orders in domestics aa assortment of Wilmington
heir lht with willded bit sent to the General Post Office a* f and buttons drilling s'c
promplness.-Gipa of their manufac ting ; a handsome QSort
L ture arc warranted to work well with good usage.- LCTTCRI ,entlemen's summer wale ; brown linen

They take this opportunity to'aiale that there is no' A-tJCTIOlf SALES.-The auUcribcrhavinglocaxaLtod Atkereon, Mary McC1eIbnd John green camlet ; silk velvet ; gentlemen's and, Tel'1lJe

other establishment of the kind in Louisville, and that himself in Tallahassee, proposes to do a Bird, Daniel MCGee! TII ton S. i i white hearer and summer hats ; men's and bo**

i all November fins made at that place, are of their manufacture. eral commission business regular sale days. genBian, Joseph H, Maige, Monsier AntornRebecca I I hats; gentlemen's fine thread gloves saddica and"
c 13th 1832. 1312m and' / dies, best assortment of
auvtiay. Ball McPherson Hugh j "Ultan violins
UNITED" STATES: MAIL, HTE4MISUATSA" He.will also attend to tdministrator, and othersales Barlow James Munden, John B. MADE and solo wholesale and Re- tra bog ; [jointed silver pencil,;wits

NDREW JACKSON in the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. ,Bush, Mason lie Munden, Emanuel Frederick eooatv, Md. by C. Henton. men's and ypnths dancing pumps of all sizes.
I March J3d 1833. 33tf Brown Samuel H. McRaney, Mr. (2) concerned in the Patent with Dr. Jodktns. Ladies, missesand ch.aldres do.; tortoise shell
j : VERSAILLES,-FrwnCo.cdPHtt3rilUm N.' P. Instruments of writing executed with ncat- John Murray Barnes i-i. The above Ointment i oft'ltred to the pabhcas a and side coral*, splendid ; gentlemen's bead piL
I us to Appajaehicolat The ness and despatch, by R. J. HACKLEY. Byrus, ate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, fashionable work baskets; do. pocket handkerclft'do.
above will: Branch Nicholas Maner William
)ats .cave Columbus ,
alternately, mcdica worked and I laced
of a
every some of which have long baihd the skill cups; handsome '
I so
JUonrfay, and TFeJnest y, at 6 o'clock A. M. for Apptlaciiuola Brown, Isaac Miller, Joseph ribbands ; artificial owcrs ; belts ; hair *
and will intersect the new mail lint Barbour James [Moore John clence.bt curls or aU l
stage (7)BuUock White Swelling q f description.2d shades ; perfumery j cologne water etc.-
>j from Tallahassee to Mobile, via: Pcntacda, at Aspa- Joshua Newsom, Martha E. Sore Legs and Ulcers of long .tanding. ionable leghorn bonnets of fine quality, tne most or J f?. *ll t'

J tags on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In returning, Barnett Rebecca Pause, Monsieur ; 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours, particularly will be dressed to the fashioiro New York "hQ IIsortment
jc.ivc Appalachicola ; &"***. !
t at J JO )'cloc A. M. and arrive every Thursday Friday Bowden, Rasennpa Perry, Fanny those hardened tanvmrs in women's breasts which often of splendid veil; Prns Sl&1\ red 8tockin, i
at Aspalaga the next Canon Wm. Penn Ann : lime terminate in ulcerated of all sizes and colours an
clays I 12 o'clock 31. () Mary cancer ; assortment of
by where will find t1ttliy
for Tallahassee. passengers stages Cravens, Nehcmiah A, Parrish, Richard 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name such as ladies fine breast pi ws, ear MlbS' J:1d .4

The proprietors of the above llght-dreugktboats have Clinch, Co). D. L. Powers, John of Catarrhs, of every description. rings, watch keys etc. ; patent lamps; tacfts- bi; ''
5th Rheumatic Pam of the joint*. nails ; a large assortment of mctaibeB* from 'IKches
fiuestcj Carr William Randall Thom ;
a in Antony ,
large capital them '
fitting for the
up com down to the smallest size
in I
6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or ; Goshen
fort of passengers, in the confident expectation, that aclisccnmig Chaires, Green H. Rice, James whatever prunes and fis nnd fever eSeexfJt
part situate. ; ague drops
community will not suffer thin (the first atteinpt Cul pper, Nathau Roberts, Harvey 7tb Tetters of all kind In.this complaint. the patient cure Port wine, 7 years old, as neat ay, 'e.rranted when hnJZt

!:0.to supply for Appalachicola with a rCularmail,) togo Clements, Benjamin Roberts, James R. I ic applying the Ointment must keep the part L d, and a lot of handsome seal) skin trunk* 30
-f KM
( n want of
1 patrona e. Croom, Bryan Robeson, David oat of water sweet superfine flour ; 3 do. fine flavoretl New V 5

'pl'tchicolaJanuary 19th 1833. 22tf FULL supply of Lnndreths'I superior garden Daniel, Washington Short, Horatio 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. beef; porter; starch, and sundry other a'tides..uthi!

8T01UGKI. STORAGE} STORAGE A herb and flower seta's just received and warranted, Dixon, Thomas Sizer, William R. (:) It is also one of the best remedies for Burns and I together with his former stock, constitute; a vervhnw ,.

l\ addition to his old warehouse the rush ; by E. B. PERKINS. Dgv js} William (2)) Sizcr, Rosanna Scal da. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in ashort some assortraent._ ((38) JAMES C. ECCLES

subscriber has recently erected a spacious build October 29th. 11 tf Duval, FormeB I Singletary, Susan I time. FRESHSUPPLV OTNEW GOODS.-rD*
I For Inflamed Women's Breasts and Glandular
ig SO by 3 feet, receiving cotton and good L Ellis, HenryV.. Sheperd, James lately received from.
TIMOTHY M'CARTY. E. S. ROBERTS, & Co. Evans, Alfred(S) Saunders, Lewis I Swellings, it superior to any rredicine yet known to Orleans, Baltimore and New York, new flour, K e. f-
the medical f It is much safer than mercurial I
1 St. :. .trKE, Dec.embcr27thl83l. 19tf MANUFACTURERS OPPL.9WTINJVpJ.1PP.WJfiD Eborn, John k Nancy. Spencer, Emelia M. of prepartion faculty of that material!,) because does tuck}' and Scotch bagging and bale rope, to,etKi) "
WARE. Felt Alfred W. [Snyley, John M. 1 I any with a large surely of blanket, Kerseys & 83t >
P. [ not lay the patient liable to injury from to intt3f
Henry "Fonge, A AND will at all) times have on hand a general assortment 1 Folker, Joseph SuggVilliam expose for plantation use. They daily expect per brig Rost I 3

Jiltorncy 4* Counsellor at Law ; to supply country merchants and wholesale Fletcher' Cristopher (2) Sweet, John G. cold.This Ointment has cared sores of many years stand and lected schooner fall 1 sock Lady Washington, a lar-e and well '
dealers the dry
O.U1NCY. MIDDLE_ FLORIDA. on most favourable terms ; together Faust, Daniel Sheperd, James \V. H. ing. Where it is impossible or imprudnnt to heal theexternal I china and goods, groceries, har *: !
with general assortment of block-tin brittannia and crockery ware, ith
together w
a further
!3tf. T. W. Smith E. W. sore, in of the bone becoming lar i
__ Fauntleroy, consequence i of
putc r-wirc3, at their store Monroe-st. Tallahassee. supply bagging and bale rope, which they 2 l!\
m \l1 37Zi U1um a"'a Uib1a 24tfINSURANCE Gasaway;Rev.Wm. (2)) Spivey, JohnStroman caric,ns or rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries, ford to sell on moderate terms for cash or produce can "'
.6 Glover B. T. Jacob increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the offOfSive I of their al
J4AH.h and complete assortuirntof any stores at St. \Iar.k-, Tallahassee, Dur '
rmell, and ease the pain.
.t1 Gilji land, Mr. Stewart, John cansyille, or Bainbridge,Georgia.
Fresh Drugs and Medicines hey intend
,just received It cures tho worst Felons Whillowi on an applicatinn own- ;
from Nrw York and Baltimore tnle, wholesale Gillia John N. Smith, William of 48 hoarseHheumatismtl in g their new stores at Tallahassee, nnd at Bainbrid-. I :

And retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners sup- Gordon, Thomas G. (.S) Shaw Roderic, which have stood su long M to become by the 1st November. at either of which places plan ;

plicJ on tbc most accommodating: terms. Ganlt, Daniel) Taylor, Mrs. Miry a systematic disorder, requires medicine te be taken inwardly ters generally and their former friends will find'it to

EOVV. SEIXAS, Gall aspy, James Tompkins John to remove them entirely. But in most commoncase8 their interest to call and judge for themselves. II
V. and S.
M "V 29 4 Itf Druggist, ngnoHa' Florida. '., GoIdsb will bur cotton or adtancc to planter
r' rough, L. M. (8) Thompson, Leslie A applying this Ointment externally a* directed I disposed to ship IQ in
; UliCKI VINi AND ( F. it will relief. And ia old whos any part the United States or 1
Cl\1.\IJ.SIUN fUll WALt Hergar, D, Tally, J.W.Taylor give even people, Liverpool, or will receive
-:, At .tJpalrr.dicola.-The undersigned -c = Hayward, Richard T. S. pains! have been of longer standing, it will ease the take bills, lading, invoice, and order and insurance forward cotto\
iijw fnnnrd ( for
A v.-parincrship under the firm of Haire pain a.
Charles Thomas
David small wrnmisston and
p. they :assure their friends
.S. Kimbrough lorthe purpose of transacting Hawkes, Benjamin Vickers, John L. To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment the pubho that freights can be obtained and
a ;elhral Agency cmimmsion and receiving and forwarding tnupt bo very valuable in winter on our Coast it being through them
Hollenger L. B. Walker W. en moderate terms. St. Marks
\ im: incs s. certain in 26th Utf
> Dcirg prepared to make the Usual very its Heels on Chilblains or parts affected
. i ndvaiict sou consignment to their friends; New Or- Harvey, Am'edVyatt, W. (2) with frost likewise preserves its qualities in all cli and -4
, $ :tan, New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Provif" Hasen, Sus3nijsbVilhams, Robert es Storage, Commission, &c.

r. : rUncc and Boston, and dispotcd to devote their time I&Ier, John J. Whiddon, Elias (2)A largo mass of testimony pm'ing the value of thiJmest THE undersigned has large and convenient"Warei i

I exclusively to the interest of tboifi confding business Johns, William Webb, JamesWashington excellent medicine will be shewn to those who and Cotton sheds, and is prepared to re. '

to their charge, having nrnth the neccs&sry arrangements Jeater, Eleazer Hervey (2))) wish further information on applicalion to Dr lien ceive GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Stor- j

to forward cotton to New York or cJseM here against or damage by FIREcan I Johnson, FranccsVashington T. M: tons, or to any of his authorized agent age &c. I
nritli expedition by vessels of light draft of JL be effected on the favorable Cotton Stored, sold or shipped, and all
water at most terms, on appli- King Mrs. J. \V ethin The above medicine sold by special appointment of Commission "
the lowest rates of freight, a liberal share of public 'actionto the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance JohnVithtrin ton, Sarah the patentee and warranted enJine. Bussiness strictly attended to. He solicits a share of I

p/tr nagc is respectfully solicited. company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application Kirksey, tonZach.riah E. B. PERKINS. DacooiiT. public patronage. ED WARD SEIXAS. J'

I .1 II. FALCOWR. the fair Cash value of the property must be Lambeth, William M. Williams, Henry (2)Thomas Tallahassee, February 21th H3J: 27tf. Magnolia, October, 1832. 9tf fl.N

I WM. //. KIMBROUG1IfE.FERJ"YCES r. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness'of Lewis, Felix (2)hito.ey) P. TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE_ J'V DRUG STOKE
the representation, and the good moral Lester, James J. Weatcott, James D. liE incident 1. scriber MdllI.'lJw-.V.1.-The sub- I:
f most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases has
just received
: Shorter, Tarvrr ff Co., Gen. J1o a'dJI&Jge Colquilt, cha ractcrofthcapplicanL The solvency of the Office Lcmmon, James ((3) White: O. 1' to civilized neciety-the Con umplio"-my ,'c.w York a complete by ship America, from j
: lira. Hoxty fy Urqithart P. J). and its fairness assortment of fresh and
Woodruff Columbus. and genu
punctuality be Lewis Romeo Ward G. T. :
may confidently retied m ine
erally je traced te the least Alarming of disorders I, Diugsand Medicine also
oils t
fill.; II. Shorter Esq.Newirk.. .G/,,. R. K. Call, on. E. B. PERKINS. (2)a paints, glass and :
Lloyd, light but neglected cold. estimation it dye stuffs, medicine
llon.J. M. While-Florida. Dr. D. L. W AifrQadsd Tallahassee. 1o'eL. 22. 1631. appears patent perfun.try, surgeons .- !
27tf Mu rat, Achille (155 Letters.) that one hundred and fifty thousand persons die annually I. strumcnts, etc. etc., comprising ,
n County. 4ig. 31 1833. 3tf7IUK syrup sarsaparillj,
-; _. unel, Reuben of f tho consumption. Most of these dreadful results c it. Bellaclona, ext. cicuta, extract quinine

1 S< 4LE.-One leather top Uorouche rind harness PLANTERS' UOTE.S MaP erns calling for the above Letters, will C may be attributed to common cold, and a negligent iron, sal mart ,digitalin,e rro "sublimate, prussiata,turpech
couijictc for one or two horses. As the gentleman W. felSvv j" pens treatment of the harrowing cough that generally ensues mineral, i isinglass: ,iodine, kino 'J"
for whom it ordered RSAVES begs 12yadv rtised. ) SEARCY, P. ,M. gum Henry's magnesia
was declines JOHN
-which is
taking it followed difficult maun
usually pain sulj-hato
by breathing,
; morphium n.uslt!
that he oil
has 1&
taken croton
)lease of English' t
it will be sold for and a and after the
cost charges. 9pply t. ie aide, and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and blue mots, pulv.ultem0rtalis,htJlcb..rl' .
1st ofSept. ncxtwill FRESH ,squills
lanlliIllf I occupy that establishment &1I Mrl,
LAPP.fy .
DRIJGS.sym Asthmatic attacks also bring on Consumptive ergot, fortrugruk seed ,
known as the PI.nCtr'llutd in the of Tallahassee ccphauc suull, isinglass! issuo
I b.L'fZ1LL O. WtUTE-COUJiSEL- lately kept by Capt. Brown.-This city is the g1PlI IItliJi ptoms. One or two dollars expended in tin purchase plasters, bwaims panacea, ditto Vcrmiiuge, quinine, :
LOllS .'.VI) JTTOftJflES .IT LAW-Having moat received full of fresh of strychnine, morphiuiu, breast .
I a
spacious and commodious house approprialed to simi J"ST supply drugs, spices, 1"1'-> nij pie shields,
associated themselves with a view to the practice liar purposes in all Florida, and after the completion of etc etc *>R. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS I, cupping instruments, complete *uh pumps, stoniacli :;

will attend the court cf Appeals and other courts the Imprpvements, embracing all the premises now in i Also, sugar bo.ler's Thermometers, rraduated to 300 and a littlo attention to their timely administration, will pumps, complete with metallic puns! & euelectrical!
ia Tallahnvfrr, and other courts in the adjoining cou n- progreu.wiJI! be inferior degrees, on brass scales of 22 inchej; Litmus Turner battery, claw funncU, glass llpcf1iart, lamp
to none, attractions to the usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and generally glass,
; tics
Monticcllo.at LQUIflC}', MariannA, Apalaclucola B'y apd, stranger& traveller. J. W. R. grateful that share of ic, etc. : Maynard and N oye's celebrated Ink and InkPowder ctFect a cure. The Pill. arc also an easy and effectual male Lawk and /einaJe uru>als, crow II las cts, turnkeys, u

partiality which the public have ; Love and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth remedy for the proceeding accompanying bills, surgeons jccdlcs! }h\3 a.h.tru cs, gold
Busincs confided} to their will bo generously hitherto wash the best article known for symptom l leaf, canjine Camel's hair I
care diseased
at teeth aDd
promptly awarded him, indulges the hope, that with the Asthma, and Consumption. For Coldse f cncnv, ater colour! paini.%
4 tcndci to. The one or the other may always be found of contributing to the comfort of his enlargedmeans and: gums Dullards Oil of Soap for cleansing Woolen Coughs difficulty of Breathing tightness and utrictur, carmine saucers, self iyrengc", sonic of the very val
ct Tallahassee. guests cloths salts ot Lemon for able preparations ot iMr. OEOHGE
removing and stains I in \V.
an unabated desire ; CAUPENTtc
to give universal the chest in the side
satisfaction that across Wheezing, pain Spitting ,
23. ,
pcpt. Philadelphia viz. 1
cloth Lucifer and
Ttf matches (
ho will continue ; Phosphorus Osbornc's ) oarsapanllu, 'foi
receive )
to the patronage which has of blood, &c. Few cases can occur of any of this pu-ilyingtlia
.AKU HOUSE ANi COMMISSION heretofore been extended celebrated water colours,etc; beautiful gfcss ink stands blood and invigorating the tysiui I
BUS1NESS. to him. ItfBROW2PS Ials of disorder.in which the purhaser of Dr. Kelfe'ePills Ext. Centrally.
, t Y AT APALACHICOLA, ELORIDA and Pounce boxes ; fancy and medicated loccnges ; will not find a rich return for the rf trifling expend Buchec for complaints of the bladder, urcth:
The fcubscriltcTs, having Associated themselves to ett. HOTEL. patent barley, powdered, sago, etc. etc. Allot which iture. e tc. ccmp'd yr.liverwort, an nnuiuable' remedy tor
; 'er under the stile and film of FORD will be 6IOid cheap for cash or approved credit.E. coughs consumption, uc. citraled Lull for
j & HARD!N, oj: N the \ cst side of ihe Capitol Square, between Price-whole boxes 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes neutral making the
purpose tr.tnEtirting a General WARE hOUSE aad l St. Augustine and Pen&acola Streets Tallahassee. B. PERKINS. 12 Pills CO cents.fcrTo. mixlure.Harr.wgn1e salts, the celebrated me-
f COMMISSION Business at oU&. Tallahassee, December 14th I tf' dicmes of Mr. Thompson Kidder, Baton viz..
pnltJtl& Having Florida. This establishment ; kclpa
(to which the subscriber the Ladies !Ic botanical drops said be
iiuiltbuitablc to
arrangements with several vessels for has removed is a most certain JUidcfltciuai
the direct ttainportatien of Tottoh, kc. eilher to New public entertainment.) nowopen for the purpobe of -. ROWAND'S White and hound Teeth, are both .n ornament and L a remedy for evtry disorder arising from an impure
\ Torlc New ble ssing. The best for their is to b9 state of the blood, and humours
or Orleans ; ami having facilities at all _Sept. 7th 1833. 4tf)) THOMAS BROWN. TONIC MIXTURE. security advantage alhrustic pills for fe
limes found in the of the complaints obstructions
I within thcir power to make reasonable advances use hypochondria, etc. anti
I '"upon produce consigned to thir care and management; FRESH ; A FULL supply of this valuable medicine is just BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE. billions pills, vegetable specific fur dyspepsia aud in.

. tlu-y would rrepoclfulty tendev their services and so- DRUGS. .11\. received. I shall hereafter have it constantly on This elegant Tooth Powder with a cry little asu digestion, rhcumaticlinament,Hunters syphilitic medo

|l' li'-it a liberal patrona a in the above line of business, .- 'v1VleliEItb h:y- hand. eradicates the scurvy in the gums, and prevents the accumulation UUmffC"S ointment, pile remtdy, eye water, Biitiah

{ pledging' their personaL and inditijual attention to all ing purchased that large and IT IS WARIUXTKD TO 1C A SUE AND CfrECTtTALREMEDT of Tarter, which not only blackens but antiscepticdentrilice, albion corn plaster, cambrian

t business consigned L8 them, cither fur sale or otherwise. splendid assortment of drugs FOR FEVCK. AND A.OE, If TABCX ACJIEEABLC loosens the teeth and accelerates their decay. The 1 tooth ache oil Is. With other articles too numerous to

|I recently purchased at N.Y. TO TUB OIRCCTI0NS. Reports having been circulated Dentritice thud removes the prevailing causes of offensive : mention, tile above for sale low lor cash,or an approved -

t, Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are uidap o4ng by Dr. John l\1'Lemore-in. that this mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by breath. preserves the healthiness and floridness of credit. E. C. LEDGARD DRUGGIST.

f a thorough repair, will be large and ctmntiMfious, form their friends *t the pu:b.th e Proprietor to say that these reports are utterly false the gums and renders the teeth beautifully white. Marianna, October 26th IltfOoEPH

eituaied in a desirable part. of the town, .jsl as ex- lic generally, that they will -and I am also authorised to offer a Rttotrd of I 10, I'rice5O cents. LAO) has just received,per. chr.Laty

ecipt ftotn the dangers of fire ai any other house, of a accommodate persons on the 000, Ddlart to any one who will prove the existence (HT None are genuine unless signed on the outside Washington, a full supply of goods suitable fur

:i f t.1 Similar chaiacler, on the Point. most liberal, and reasonable terms, with every ari 1e of the least particle of Arsenic Mercury, Antimony, printed wrapper, by the>ole proprietor, T. KIDDER, t'.e season and market, from New.York, which, to
I WM. P. FORD, late of Augusta Ga.) usually kept in their line of business; and hope that or any other poisinous ingredient in it. mmediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. CoNwAY gether with his stock on hand, will be sold low at

EDWD. IIAltDlNAptLachicola.( ) strict attention lit assiduity to busi neas,will en Lit1eth-m In order to prevent imposition fiom counterfeits, no For sale at hill Counting Room. over No. 99, Court' wholcsolc or retail. Magnolia, Nov. 23d 15tf

JlEPEREJfCES,-Stev>art fontainet, Srptlk) fy to a liberal share of public patronage. Their store is persons except authorized agents will be furnished by Street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his apecia

Morgan, J. S. Calhoun, Jf. W. Perry, fy Co. T. fy ,,ij. situated in Jefferson street, in the house recently occupied the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again, I am I appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (No.2)Drllgg ) FLORIDA LAAD FOR SALE..
l E"44' Co., Whiltick Green wocd, fy Co.,-Columbus. by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf sole agent for Midele Florida, and am assured by M;' t.
Biftrt Knetland. las. Hamilton N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend Rowand that ( small) lot sold ThE undersigned having purchased of (Genera
fy fy Son,John R. to our DruSttre except a to Mr Ecclee), Tallahassee, February 24th 181. l7tlarc I I
Pilkin.: -New-York. during our absence. WINN fy VICKERS. not a single bottle has- been or will be sent, or sold by : Fayette, thetownshi;>of land in Florida,gran.

JV. Gregory, Bogart fy Itawthttn.-N. Orlea ns. Tallahasse October 29th 11tf him, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me: W'h. : authorized, as a candidate to announce for the ALtULU.A-Sheriffalty' the ted to same him for by sale.the Congress of the United States,offer
! &f John fy Leatens, T W. "cCoV.-Mobi", I UUUUS.-JOSEPH If Arsenic AM been ditcovered in any mixture called
'just election in
Au:. 17, IBM. Itf FALL per. schooner Triton from re- Kcwnfs", it must hate been m some ej the tpttrima imitations. at 'ne February-next. 14ft. This land is situated in the immediate neighbour 1
l Cli New.York, and All therefore who wish the authorizeiTtb announce D.1NIEL 1?: hood of Tallahassee, and is be'ievcd, for
A'itAc'rbiANftioRsA1-zr is now opening part of Au Fall IUpply of Goods which persons genuine WhTare fertility of
: together with the stock hand Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they as a candidate for the clerkship of boil, and l local advantages to be more valuable than
; fWlHK subscriber offers to sell a tract of land, i situ on renders his assortment iu My label will be bottle purchase Lr o t county at the election in February next. 1 ItfE any other land in the territory.
I JL atcd in Jefferson nearly complete : among wicb will be found 1000 on every sold by me:
b I county, immediately :n the prs. Et B; PERKINS Sole for Middle arc authorized to announce Colonel JAM The Southwestern cf the
: shoes assorted : 50 casks nails Agent Florida part
iKrghbourhood of capu Murray's, containing about cut ,4d,6d,8d, lOd and : W township adjoins the
': 4Kacrest f oak and 1 12d: 10 boxes superior lemon syrup: IU boxes Fov23d 15tf GADSDEN, a candidate to repiesent the territory city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping
hIckory hammock land sor
eli iL1e location for the planter theie ; as an 10 kegs Du Ponts best powder: 20 bags shot: 20 tp bis: of Florida in the <..h Congress of the United port if St. Harks, a distance of about twenty miles,

or in the arc none toperi- prime pork : 30 bls No 3 mackerel 10 half bis CONSUMPTIONCUK1D. :i S tate8. JUlY 87f h J*33. 50 a rail road is in contemplation. to be m.H., in. .- -. ._ I
country, and as an invaluable recommenda : No 8 -- -- ----- .u. "
Lion, it has a beautiful stream of never failing water do t 10 bags Havana coffee: 2 half | casks port wine WE are authorized to announce Maj. WILLIAM time.

rir mug immediately through it, with every other facility warranted pure as imported : a desirable! article at this A TT, a candidate to represent the territory The navigation the St. Marks river has been re.
necessary to the planter: any further information sickly season: bagging from 19 to 25 centspr yard : DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE of Florida, in the 24 ih Congress of the United cently improved, to a point within six miles of tho

may be had by making cnqniry at this office. bale rope and twine : tobacco, rum, brandy/ i gin, SPECIFIC. States. July 27th 1833. 50tfWE Southeastern port of the township, which will afford

Qptober 12iU 9tf 'FIIO$. D. WINN.n whiskey, tee&c. English and domestic dry Voods the arc authorised to navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of
most valuable announce WILLIAM B.
t % : hard.warecrockery, and gloss ware IS remedy ever yet discovered for produce.
tlljiUAl ,drags medicines
.-Harini purchased the residence of ./ as a candidate to the
of paints, &c. etc. fyc, e cure Coughs, C l Co.tumptioi, Jltthm. represent
Ja.C'apt. John Taylor, and intending to locate my- Country customer.. and friends Spitting of Blood, and all diseases of the Breast and tei ritory of Florida, in the 24th "ongrrss of tho United This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wish
: t cir there by sending I him ing to purchase, on a credit from five
the States.
.. permanently After 1st January next their order may now be supplied with Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYp, Philadelphia. It 1833 5tfWE reasonable to eight years
to pursue my profession I think it in the any article the the disturbed at prices-those wishing to purchase will
time ; proper mean market affords, on the most reasonable composes nerves, gives strength to the are authorized to announce JAMES make
terms. application either
to to
of the
say lho8eper0ons residing in that the undersigned
vicinity Lungs, repairs Appetite improves the
large and Spirits, etc.
that I will convenient ware-houses for the as a candidate for the Sheriff WILLIAM '
only charge milage, 4e4oc from his storage of cotton and Bill 1 of Directions accompanying each bottle of the B. NU1 T ALL,
dence. I may until the 1st January, unless absent! merit a share of public country produce. He hopes to pacific, pointing out in a most conspicuous manner ally of Leon County, at the election in February -' HECTOR W.BRADEN

on professional duties, always be found at Mr. John patronage ,all the symptoms in their different stages of the disease next. WILLIAM P. CRAIG.
PkxJifr's. [ItfJ Wl\l. Tallahassee, November 23d 1833.
TRADEWELL. and particular directions stf
FOil 8ALE.-.*4 ftthMMc HOUSE WD LOT,:in_ THE acheoner usual Daniel Webster will using it, together with many respectingthe well authenticated treatment while certi WE are authorized to announce FRANK iCPThe Savanna Georgian, Charleston Mvtury,

Decatur County, Geo, New as between this place and ficates of cures, etc. S. JOHNSON as a candidate for .iwgwra ConsMutwnlist, Southern Recorder, Mj1Jetl -
person the
any York
wishing a actuation in Bainbridge will do well to avail his facilities coining for winter.the He hopes In consequence of the great and increasing demano the Sherifialty of Leon County, at the electionin Tille, Georgia- Richmond Enquirer,and Star,RaleJgb
themselves of this opportunity; a great bargain I will superior transportation for this specific the proprietor is enabled to reduce the i February next. N. C.; will publish the above for eight weeks and for.'
be given and payments to suit purchasers. of eottoo &C. to New York and other places, will price to 75 cents per bottle,thereby enabling it to come ward their accounts to this office.

, For further particulars apply to the subscriber on be taken into consideration by those who are wishing within the reach of all persons. -0 WANTED TO PURCHASE. DOCTOR J. Em\JPJ STE'ft

i; the premises. S. SCARBOROUGH. to procure a Factor in this place. He will also be Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. 6 4 QUANTITY Prinu JV w C f- offers his ART, 4

); Bainbridge January 4th 1834. 214wt prepared to purchase cotton to considerable amount, These Pills have been successfully used by thousands _ 2.ton ; fer which cash, aid a fair RESPECTFULLY professional and its services

T"AKE NOTlc4-All persons t indebted to Ml. and cents! at market bale of prices.cotton for His the charge for sjoragjp is 25 who can testify to their superior efficacy (over ', .3, price will be paid, if delivered soon a practitionerj medicine. His office is on vicinity Jefferson as

j Icr and Harley, are requested to come forward he becomes per the season. No char e if many other remedies now in use) for the cure of Dyspepsia i_y JOSEPH: LADD Magnolia, Oct. 26th Itf .next door to Mr.'Perkins' drug store.
and settle the same, as no further indulgence purcbaser. in all their complicated forms Tallahassee Nor 23d
I can be Sept.28, 1833. they give strength -The subscriber is pre 1833* I5tfi"
,iun. MILLER & BARLEY, -- jtf to the debilitated organs of digestion, repair the appe COTTON make the most liberal ad -
"i 13w JAS. ND'S TRONIC : tite removes nausea and _AND.-For sale 1 a valuable tract of la d'containJLJ
per. HARLEY. ROW .TURE. sickness of the stomach, habitual WI vanccs on cotton stored itb him, te -
.V 1f.Eoit1r4E -SU1tGELtY.-VOCiOW,. W. a perfect and lasting CoStiveneSs, hcad-ach, palpitation of the heart, be shipped to New-York or Liver- ing Florida 560 acres, lying near Monticello, Jefferson
: ..LV.L.WADDEL cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale and many other nervous affections. They contain no COl\Dty. belonging to Lawrence Hill of New.
citizens of Tallahassee respectfully and its announces himself to wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER Mercury, nor do they sicken the stamach, they are a A good clerk, who is a book-keeper, wanted imraedlately. -. York, this tract o( land,w about ono half hammock
vicinity, as a practi fr 'VE mild I ((103) J. B. amid the balance of oak,and well watered with
>< tioner in aU brooches of the medical l profession. TCOTT- .fppaIdi- and safe cathartic: there is no restriction in dietI PEACHY. I branch a'pring-
lIe bas taken the.office I. cMG Florida or drink or exposure to wet or cold while using them. "1 DOLLARS kE\VARD.-8to1en from I running through the same: persons wishing to
oecupied by )r.i I hereby Meis. Bill of directions vill JL 00 the of see the land, will apply to James.L. Parish Esqr at,
Aiken, and more recently by Dr. Draig. 21 6w appoint Fletcher and accompany each box of Pills, plantation Mr. Sampson Pope, onticello who will -
: Westcott my arents for the sale of"Row- which will frilly explain their eflects. near Ocheesee, on Monday night last, ten groskves I show the same,and for term,.
flANAWAY1O I thi subscriber, a negro girl;: 'ind's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory From the veil known reputation of tnese Pills for formerly the propelty of James Mills, but assumed 1 which will be liberal, apply to roe Tallahassee : t
( CHARLOTTE ; she is I Jf Eastern the by deed of trust I will also sell the remaining lots,'in .the west addition
cup- Florida part of AaLmI t, & many years, proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia) to Sampson Pope and Thomas Balt-!
posed to be, at this time, Jerking in or about TaUahas- >V estrn' PJJt of Georgia who ore able deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of zell for the benefit Richard Carnachan:of Charleston to Monticallo, and.- give e bargain if,applied for soon*
to fur
She nzsIz Nov 23d -
vee. was formerly the property of Dr. M'N Itillzn thp said medicines to all who may apply to them them. A fresh supply has ocen nceind. and for salt South Carolina.-Tbe names of the negroes are: IStfJ] TtfRBUTT BETTON:
whu resided in or Gear Tllaaa see. CJurloite is a favourable on by appointment by F.. B. PERKINS. Peter, George, Fanny, Delphi;William :
tas Urmsaa obtain John
\ well they can from the pro hereby forwara, all ,
clout, .set girl, has ft brown persona against
complexion, a pnetofhteselt11 Signed _Tallahaisee, Nov ?3d Utf key, Sara; Isaac and DanIeL Peter and George are J.. trading for
or purchasing, two
i dovn-castoiook
when promissory,
to. She has
spoken a scar on both Africans-Peter notes
t tic fide of JNa R. BOW AND." speaks very broken, and about of sixty dollars each, dated at Ocheesee June the
her where the RENT. The 9th
neck was ia early "PrhladtJizhuit) Oct., 24th 183S." Sltf : tenement herett- 50 years old. ,1831, payable and
.: like| she is suppose to be twenty-two years of ago. AFOR occupied as the Registers office at Fifty dollars will. be given (o( the Delivery of the dat.nd drawn twenty.four in tbirty.sixmonthafmni
Aflperso. bat may take vp said negro and sendhsieiv ._ AM JJ .'JDAVU1SI. of Clinton and Duval streets. negroes to Mr Pope at Qcheoee., Mr. John ( favour f.HiUs.&uxLFcny. Tha
: ana&-. considejcatig0 for which the
1 19 We orl berm M tbaU. may cethar a rain Attorney: at i.aw dwellingh.use suitable for a small chan'at Quincy, Qacfedeh = said notes wen given. -
rfr ( Talla
1 h&jltcflbcrtnyrewrded. family kitchen stable county myself at having entirely failed, 1 am, therefore
8. F"JONES. $ ROCBT a &c. are upon the premises. hassee THOMAS B LT datennined not

Qi" Cf, Gfi/rfcji cbtaty, Octttw f 6th Utf April:,*7 1633.COlSI"nTf, MI. DLK. FLORIDA. For terms apply to Geo. T. Word, Esor, or to Tlualce. 'for ELL E.Cunachan.r to pay them unless) compelled by law.
57-Jy N t 'HENRY
T, ((13t1.) A. MUT.. 7th 1833 fEN Y.
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