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: February 15, 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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;;STA MAIL hTEAM-BOATS -:4! .. .. M dod BY virtue of three *riu of Fieri FACIAS to me' de

I shall expose at public sale be'ore the

..-.-.. door of the Court House on the 18th day of.March
Aiuato .
Appa1 I>IAi\ 1ty. next all tht right title claim and interest of ThomasT.
.Jtuns&dy Wilison, in and to a Mill house and a_St am'Mill

li leave Columbus o'dock .. Machinery, Boilers, Bricks. Timber. and a few Tools
;: at' A.lL
b aiudq ped and other pinerty that may be on the premises which
x.a1&II will intcncet tbs new m&il Thomas T. Willison had any title to ; they will be

ilik, 1uee to Mobile via: PenH. ;an. i sold to satisfy said judgments, in favour of Thomas
Ta In
. ftorA DO NOUS FAIHE. Westcott, Brown, and others, against Thomas T.
laP III cuetTChiCOl; $ T"y Thursday and asa Willison Sale will at 11 .Mock A. M.
__' ._ -- _.I-. _._ I : commence ,
Itl11I arrive at Asp 4and
.at r-iL and precisely THO3. E. RANDOLPH, m

a1 10 ot'dock H.'where pUlC11gc"m i341* 77TJs an Feb. 15, ((27tds) By A. A. FISHER, d. '.

ta b1.ute"frK __
& or the a.boft ,-,---. -" -; -----I- ITes.. RENT
I OTICE.-For OR S.fLEthe, ,
The IOP capital in fitting them up for PATENT REV OLYliNu c'1 'UUH ..iifI1fl .

IflV T tedl sensers I&rge in the confident expectation proprietor of the satent wan, MARIANNA HOTEL.At .

(e't unity will not sufier this (the of the above machine for the --Territory FloaUQ.respertfulry present occupied by .MRS. SEEMAJf, for condW

i ming COMJjagjjfcoia! with a rejrular invites an examination of its merits bji lions apply to WILLIAM A. M'KENZIE,

: 3PPY want ot patronate- citizens .Tallahassee, and the public generally If..fl- Att'v. in fact for John T.Birr.

rl I 0wfl for icolaJanuary 19th 1833. variety of ttachln'es, has heretofore been inventegfil- Marianna. Florida, 'eD. 15th 1834.. 87tf. .

lessen the manual labor of washing, butnheir utight
after date
Six weeks [
T OTiCE.- application'il
STORAGE! STn AGE! in the saving of labor and time, has beeaahrays ng .1i be made by the subscriber to the honorable tho

n addition to his old I anced by th injury done to the clothes from theL: judge of the.County Court of Gadsden County for

I has recently erected a spacious tion necessarily employed. The machine now o $.Vre letters of Administration on the estate of Sherod M'-
subscribrr to the public combines the greatdesiderauun of aliUra-
and of said deceased.
for cotton Call, late county
lltg 850 by -8 feet, TIMOTHY \ incredible despatch with an entire absence of fric4qui- February 15, ((27tf.) WILLIAM McCALL.
A ladies of the delicate is .
most texture wa
Marks, December 27th 1831. gown .de- NOTiCE is hereby given that.1 shall apply to the
SL without sustaining the slightest injury,whilst the
111 of the Court for the County of
F. Yonge i. chine is equally well adapted to all other, ..rtic14t.clothing Judge Courty ,
genry i f.ur weeks from the date hcreef for leave to
nch GadsJen..
I I of L tha' superior garden, or furniture, from a handker attorney( $ Counsellor at ''I' seeds justf!eceivcd and warranted So rapid is the effect resulting from a cothbinatio T sell a tract deceased.of Land, belonging JONA. ROBINSON the estate' 6f Ex'r.Feb. John.
QUINCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. I i E. B. PERKINS. steam and soap that the largest counterpane ma. t .,15th 1834 27tf.
II tf washed in from five to seven minutes, and a like tity of any other articles in the equal space of tinwf NOTICE t tAU! persons having demands against
'JS1 AUID mBm1W followi|<; lands, belonging t* The task of washing can be performed, if wood = 1, the estate of"John Lines, dec'd., late Gadsden.

and complete .. 0 erton, are offered for water be furnished as well by a girl of ten or'wel; I,I County are hereby required to present them legally
AJLAHGK supposectr1. ic well known, a before the first day of May n?xt,
Druffc a.n.t Medicines, \ is as by a woman. The machine perfectlyIt. sin authenticated, on or
few York and Baltimore for sale, w dceitt.necessary' ; they eonvtrttctHm, wo vnpclf *o, aat it can.toe .urat' f or"the purpose of receiving their respective dividend
tea from ; judgment and care are favour .. JONA. ROBINSON Ad'i.DIsiltt1'T .
: Merchants: and ; paired bythmostorymecbnic. 1. -JFcb.15. (27tf.) ,
retail Country first
5ud rate quality and wel' U.TATE.-
ied! on the most accommodating terms. of sugar cane. Co-partnership horetofore existing undesWns, uou&r OF THE
p EDW. Leon, near Tallahassee : of R?B.4-. B.Bull is this *,-}rifeachy, '_. for the Middle District of Florida.

M-\y29 4Hf Druggist,Magnolia adjoining Whitaker and Lee. mutual consent-All persons indebted to said con? [lv ADMIRALTY.. ]

COMMISSION RECEIVING AND FOIt La Fayette's township are requested to make immediate payment R.B.Fin. N. Jacob J. Maibee. *\ .

fj DING HOUS:, .?' lachicola.-The ( cc Wirt and Bryan, i I who is duly authorized to close the accounts of the& Kerr Libellant ]
fed formed A co-partnership under the &I Adams and Ha-an, R. B. BUiLCrane, against > Sur libel for Eni.

have. Kimbrough fur the purpose of Vickers, February- I, 1834. 214* J. B. BULL. ind the The Steam Boat Baltimore, & | neers wages.
Falcjnor 4 School John Jenkins, Claimant. J
neral agency commission nnd receiving make 'a Lucas and Pen, .I R. H. DAVIDSON, > riCE is hen by given to said Hbellant, that the
larding Being eparc*
consignment to pi their friends! in '< Vickers 4- Dr. litchcll ATTORNEY & CO UNSELLOR AT L 4 bales N lecrc' or said Court entered o<* the 22d ray of

advances jjcw on York, Baltimore, Philadelphia} near Quincy : HAVING locacd in dumcy, Floi.; vill prod Lyon, Januiry I 1833, against said f sfl.1 was on the of
lans I Boston, and disposed to devote nearly adjoining the town. any professional business th-ttmat? .I
dence and the interest of those confiding on Chipola : intrusted to his care, in Lhe courts of Leon, Gads" .ind the process of execution issued thereon quished ;
MclttSJTcly to made the adjoining Clark and Campbell, Jackson, and at palachicola; Bay, al-o the< adj9iltu.st and it vas ordered that said causa be considered 0
to .heir charge forward, cotton to New necessary York or U Carter & Williamson. cluntit-! of Georgia and Alhami.: Ii!?, Will .* pen for further proceedings, and that an issue be

ments to whole, or part, as suit the .made up, and the cause proceed to hearing, accord-
expedition by \'esels of light draft of may ap. DOCTOR JOHN MrLEMORE. ,
with age I
and rules of and
literal by the subscribertu this "in- to the practice
the lowest rates of freight, a share of MITCHELL place. R' -' PE{'TFUI4L Y inform his friends that he I the Proctor of said Libellant having deceased,the said
is pcctfuJly liObt.lICd..fl. again resumed: the duties of his profession. 3ES. that unless constitute another
Ftronlge ,
: for the adninistratrix. Liuellaut is
ll. F \' ". notfeJ.
'V.U.lI. 11 I th 1834. 22Sw ___.____.____ 1_:. Uh.K, Proctor in and file his replication u> the
O> flCE.-During my absence from Florida I l K, claim, and answer of siid John J i:te Clerk
-REFERENCESShorter &c. FOR SALE.-The sub- :1. I empowered J. D. \\estcott Jr. Esqr. to act as office of said Court at Quincy, Gadsden county,
Tarrer. Sf Co., den. Hoicard,Judge to sell out his property on the agent and attorney. L. \\ IRNE"1' said District on or before Monday the 5th day of

Lt' Hotrv & Urqtihart, P. D. n.OdnLtTr-Col Consisting of seten hundred and August 20th 1833. 52- next at J 10 o'clock A. M.,-and duly proceed in
J&I 11. Shorter Esq.-New York. G:1. R. R. land, of a very superior : 271\\' \ay cause : We shall on the day last mentioned, ora'
E'n.J AWhile-Florida. Dr. D. L. '' hundred acres in food order for __- :soon therraf'er as Coiuuel can be heard move sail
Connt%. .'/g. 31, considerable of Indian ua 'I.trtofLc I with
1n quantity Court dismiss said libel costs.
_ -
-\ HOUSE COMMISSION for cultivation. Twelve as like. t Dated. Februiry 1st, 1834.J : .
e tstatc'ceasfd.
W' NESS, AT APALACIHCOLA, Florida : excellent learn of mules D. WEdTCOTT.Jr. ) Pr Jctosforsaid

The subscribers, having associated themselves SIOCK of cattle consisting of .f -_:" \\18. J. P. noo'In.: JCIair-aau

CI Jnauler,' the stile and Jm of FORD & good stock of hegs : about lour ________ -- ." ,_ To the said Jacob J. Maibee, aid )

transiting a Genera ''.iRE ) ) pork, of excellent quality: a- 5; !SIlIP.'exi'S all otters.whom i may concern. $

Mrpnse C0Jf.V/$S/0.Y business at Analachicola. bushels of Carolina Hint corn : = \ _ JUg f ST1TKLOTTERY.
indispensable in the settle _
J. jinde suitable arrangements with several 11.tYI.-9
::1I the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. cither of a plantation. ;
disposed of together, on ac J .
York or>cw Orleans ; and having vey
, times; within their to mako reasonable or the land alone. One half the 'lUg pur- NUMBER FOR 834.
power ; CLASS
be in hand settle fHREF
tJ required the balance to :
. upon prodr.ce consigned to their care and man:1 ; instalments. The ER Approved by Wm. II. Hughes, &
purchaser to
I 1.1! they would respectfully tender their services scld EY. J. S. Williams,Commissioners.
1, licit i liberal patronage in the above line of property : to receive the To be drawn at Baltimore, ou Tuesday, the llth dayof
ult pltdfing-their personal and individual improvement on the land, are of February, 1834, at four o'clock. P. M.
consigned to them, either for salo arc common in a new country. :JVT/RI Drawn Ballots.SCHEME. .
t tit 60 Number Lottery,
8Uf] }. W. DABNEY. S &Co.,
ul I .. INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE, .
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores Are 0 LP often his professional p ,. .... .... .. --- ,
5- B. be effected on the most favorable terms, on an :' t.4. _._..1. .. .7 ..20,000_ ,
Irs i ing a thorough repair, will be large and friends, and the public. 18if action to the Subscriber, ngcnt of the Protection Insurance 4th.P Felons- or-what some people know':r- by the!name- "

tiu tcdin a desirable part of the town, and Territory of Florida. Su- company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application of Catarrhs of every description.,

.apt from the dangers of fire as any other ?perior court for the county of i the fair Cash value of the property must be 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints .

vn flmilar! character, on the Point. )Gadsden. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness Cth Sprains and Bruises of evtryidescription or in

s.: WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta, ) all others interested are here- of the representation, and the good moral whatever part situate. jfc., -
i *
.0ed EDWD.J. HARDIN ( suit has been commence?!"Ey'at Tdisracterttf the 8pfinarltrCTT>e* 6TvcncyortIiTifficcand i. 7th Tetters of ali klhda. In t&iseomplaiat patIent

nDr.cnDwV'Cl.:3.rttC'are fy, Fontaine, Wl'L' aforesaid, and the defendant is its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied ic applying the Ointiuentj jnnst keep tho port
J. S. Calhoun1. Co.
Ji,1't111., Perry, 4-
1t, plewd to the decla'ation filed on. E. 11. PERKINS.Talaha out of water ,
::1cJ LNUlS fy Ce.. n'hittick Greentncd, <$ Co.,- WHITE pl'ffs att's. ) ,'l'.f' eu. 22. 1831. 27tfPLANTERS' 8th Chilblains, or parts afiactiJby frost.
Knetland Jas. Hamilton Son.
Brz.rt $ 4 153m It is also one of the best remedies for 'Barns nnd

1'b1l. -Ncw-York. I IVEU-COMPLAINT.-- HOTEL.J Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a.
nd E.; W. Grgtry, Bogart 4- lIatctlwrn.-'N. I .
ck St John 4. Leaven, T. IF. .Vc Coy.-Mobile, Professor of Physiological Me '.i'i VV iltJes Ic. vc to inorm his I short time. .
Au17 J 1833 I years, has devoted his entire friends that he ha? taken a lease of, and after the For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular
Li'. of cAronte Swellings, it is superior to iredicine known to
or inveterate dis 1st of Sept.next,will occupy that establishment sowell any yet
k CHEAP TRACT OF LAND FOR by chemical analyois and syn : known as the Planter's Hutel in the city of Tallahassee the medical faculty It is mucji"safer than mercurial

nil subscriber\ offers to sell a tract of combination from several proxi- latrly Kept by Capt. Brown.-This is the most ofauy prepartion of that material.) because it does
nd THE in Jefferson county immediately to which he has given the :. spacious and co.nmodious house appropriated to similar not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to

neighbourhood of et Hepatica ; which has purposes in all Florida and after the completion of cold. i'
of capt. Murray's, containing
This Ointment has cared of stand
than sores
any remedy heretofore the improvements, embracing all the premises now in many years
tel 400 acres of oak, hickory and hammock land .
; those ing. Where it is impossible imprudent 1'ifil: the
will be inferior
tI ible location for the there distressing maladies of progress, to none, :n attractions to the
planter, are none ,
are generally comprenended un stranger& traveller. J. W. R. grateful that share of external tore, in coaseqnence.of the bone : terming
or m he and invaluable '.
as an :
country rotten, t will the of the ,
DTSPEPSIA and LIVER.COH- partiality which tho public have generously hitherto can ns or btop progress caries
ion! it has a beautiful stream of never failing
11', increase the
quantity ol the discharge, remove the offensive
analmost certain cure for en awarded him, indulges the hope, that with enlarged :
nJ trn2ngimmediately through it, with every uncll, and ease the paia.
::. means of contributing to the comfort of his guests and
tc. tilty! necessary to the planter' : any further of Dyspepsia Liver-com- an unabated desire to give universal satisfaction, thai I IIt cures the wont Felons or: Whitlow on an application -
Loa be
may by enquiry at this .
id't of 48 hoars.Rheumatisms
in ho will continue to receive the
October 12th sourness or burning the sto patronage which has
9tf THO:. B. '
which have stood so long a* to become
I disagreeable taste in the heretofore bfrn extended to him. I lit
larity of appetite, which is some a systematic disorder requires medicine to be taken inwardly

J i j at other times greatly deficient; FRESH DRUGS. to remove them enti.Jy. But in most common

weakness of the stomach, cases by applying this Ointment externally directed
i drowsinesss, i-regulanty WI N\ VICKERS having it will give relief And even in old people, whoa

all on the stomach after meals, purchased mat large and pains! have been of longer standing, it will ease the

l- I or vertigo ; confusion of splendid assortment of drugs pain.To
'ss,, I the loss of memory, a gnawing recently purchased at N. Y. sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment
JD- empty chilliness, affection of by Dr. John 1'Lemore-in. must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being

en, SALES. pain and weakness in the back, form their friends & the public very certain in iu effects on Chilblains or parts affected
led I p AUCTION subscriber with frost likewise its qualities in all climates
lr in Tallahassee, to cold feet and hands, tremor, generally, that they will preserves
upoI proposes :. csugh.pain in the side or accommodate persons on the
tl'i1dtos mausslon business regular sale days A of the value of this
I.l most liberal and reasonable terms, with every ar'icle large mass testimony proving
rday. lead in their line of business and that most excellent medicine' will be shewn to those who
Be will also to organic affections of the usually kept ; hope
I5. attend to administrator and wish further information on application to Dr Iftr.-
W the heart,terminating in Dropsy,Con- strict attention &assiduity to businesswill entitlethem
county. ROBERT
J. H
March 23d 1833. ,&c.according to the climate, hab- to a liberal share of public patronage. Their store is tons or to any of his authorized agents. ,
N.Instruments -.eram Jnt of the patient. situated in Jefferson street, in the hou e recently occupied The above medicine sold by special appointment of
of writing executed Edward. and Co. 9tf the patentee and warranted genuine.
tt1_ ar4 1 despatch by R. PETERS M. D., Miliedgeville, by Dorsey
J. N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Drug Store E- B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST.Talishassee. .
- absence. WINN VICK RS.TaUahas February 21th u:n. 27tf.
0 \ AND'S TONIC certificates might be ad during our ff

'. 8M Warranted a perfect and extraordinary cures performed October 29th lltf TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE.

Of for the Fever and Ague. I ; but the following arc thought rI' HL most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases incident

Itr and retail by \ minds of the most skeptical : FRESH DRUGS. to civilized society-the Consump/io--may

-I' 1R Druggist, i Author of the Medical Compan Q a Dmi 1PIBm1I'1J7m ur c generally >e traced U the least Alarming of disorders
Florida family Physician. i a light but neglected cold. By estimation it appears

hoi 3 hereby appoint Mess. & Dec. 20th 1833. J'S'I, received etc a etc full supply ol fresh drugs, spices, that one hundred ani fifty thousand persons die annual
ly of the consumption. Most of these dreadful re alt8m&y
for the sale This is that I
my agents to certify,
; Also boiler's Thermometers 300
Tonic ACxtura" sugar graduated to be attributed to common cold, and a negligent
tf in the opi-ration of Dr. Peter's Medicine
brass scales of 22 inches Litmus Tumeric
-p. Eastern degrees, on ; treatmentof the lurraasing coach that generally ensues ..
iavi e- \V e&t r part of < in a number of very obstinate! etc. : Maynard and Noye's celebrated Ink and Ink -which is usually fbllowe by difficult breathing paiD
I. i. of Georgia who able to ,of long standing,like. Lowe and Reeds Chlorine tooth
; are Powder; genuine in the side, and at last Ulcerated Lpngs. Violent and
? i Ufrod **dlcines to all who may apply to of tht enlargements of tho"pleen ; wash, the best article known for diseased teeth andgums repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consumptive
tf J2Jw orhunscl: terms" as they can obtain from truly astonishing. I have no he ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing Woolen symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the pur
- "Shmed, it most valuable preparation cloths; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in chase ofTR.
Pt(O. JNO. R. ROW ailments that has ever come with- cloth; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches; Osborne's
/ of hila.dtlphia OcL 24th 1833." JAMES EWELL, M. D. celebrated water colours, etc; beautiful glass ink stands I RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS

t 4)( I 00K HEtEJUST! LOOK AT County, Go. April 5tk 1833. and Pounce boxe.d. fancy and medicated lozenges ; I. and a littlo attention to their timely administration will

'TI L L 4 The new store in .uincy has again I wish you to send me three more patent ered. sago, etc. etc. All of which. usually ensure aimitifation of these disorders, and gen
p schooner just I have taken the one you will be sold cheap for cash or approved credit.E. crally effect a cure. Tbe Pills are also an easy and effectUal
rs.r' |ftk- Philadelphia Galaxy a ?large, capt. of aid it has helped me very much. : B. PERKINS. remedy for the symptoms proceeding accompanying -
supply Aslhma
l.'e Tallahassee December 14th IStfROWAND'S the and Consumption. For Colds4
..yeit ,f asSOrtment of fancy calico latest will cure me, but ai you speak _
d'luesticz, e.n ; concluded to get and keep two Coughs difficulty of Breathing. tightness and stricter

lef1- tiDe tnd buu.o assortmentof"' Wilmington } medicine for fear I may one across the chest, Wheezing, pain in the ide, Spitting;
. a Is tfltlemen'5 ; drilling, a handsome again, and should not be able to of blood, &c/ Few cases can occur of any of this
i i ifik is suiu r ware ; brown linen, WAYNE W. EILAND8 TONIC MIXTURE.ly class of disorders which the purchaser of Dr. / '.

I t'bitcIet and; sIlk velvet; gentlemen's and FULL > of this valuable medicine is just fills will not find a rich. return for their trifling upendV
::111I'fer summer hats ; men's and case vas one of severe Dyspeptic A iture. I _
'. ; enUemen'5 received. 1 shall hereafter have it constantly on
fine thread gloves saddles : ; but was entirely removed by the hand. Prieewlaole boxes, 30 Pill, 1 dollar,"half.boxes
-_ ualita.n assortment of violins Medicine. J. P. PETERS. 12 Pills 50 cents.IUTo.
*' or Lad' dancing pumps of all sizes. concernThe undersigned was I been circulatedthat
TO THE Report having
ritc:'d 'ad aid'misses and cbUdren do.; tortoise a Dytpephe and.Lt'Ctr. affection this DIRECTIONS.mixture contains arsenic I am directed by White and sound Teeth, are both an ornameat and 4
N. lu combs splendid bead hlfmainer TM hfttt OA nrittf .Cnr thir .tirlirvntvv M tn ha
; the of --- -- --- --
-. i9nable work &skets followed adnce. the Proprietor to say that these reports are uuerIfo2and found--------0-in the ose of------01 th ---D- f
.orkDdftfld *; do. pocket in their professionwithout I am also authorised to offer a Reward of 10,

laced caps; a handsome finally tried Dr. Pettr Jf ficw 000, Dollars to any one who will.prove the existenceof BRITISH JWTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE.
11uu' artificial flowers; belts ; hair '; andafterjnakingubeof two the least particle of Arsenic Mercury, Antimony, This elegant Tooth Powder, with a very:Htti*. '

J1 't Perfumery; cologne water etc. ; restored to perfect health: : my or any other poisznooa ingredient in it. medicates the scurvy in the lama, and pnw&tf& ac-
rb* t orn b nnela of fine quality, one 'of being pale and haggard, re- In order to prevent imposition born counterfeits, nopersons cumulation of Tarter, which not all Jblickasa btt

efltdressed 1.0 he fashion of New York ; appearance, and,incredible except authorised agents will be furnished by loosens the teeth.,aad accelerates their'decay Tbs

IIIf all t. eadid veils; Prussian red gained near.twenty pounds add the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again I as4ok Deatrifiee thos removes the prevuliaf caosee of afffearr

$1 ladies and Colours; an assortment of short space ofteaweek. *. It is .ent (Jkfidele Florida, and am assayed by Mr breath. preserves the bec&hiosM and fioridaea'oT

by, fine breastpins, earrings taking the medicine, and I have Rowand tha (except a small lot sold to Mr Ecclea, the gums aad readers the teeth beaatifaUr," t .
a I.key. etc.; patent Wnptl; tacks disease, nor have I the least rea- not a single bOttle haa been or will be sent, or sold by I Price 50 ceat *- "
h i Laortment oC metal from I would earnestly;recom- B3".Noaeare suaed oa-the-id. .
0Jt bdlli shall-. him to any person in Middle Florida except to me ganrnqeoafoaf .
tt' $I.ltd the smg size; Goshen( -_,aictedtomaka trial or If Arsenic ku beetvered, m any mister called printed wrapper by th.iaIs propr tor;T. KIDDER -

.. 4 eportw._'.; ague* and fever drop : J BRYAN- ALLEN. 1lDvcad',it c haic h 1ft ION if tb IJ'Uf'i-u Mi1.tiaIs. mmedial8IKCU1OrIo'th8Ia1iDr. W. '1'.*COWWAT-'' ."

toi i1' 7 Jean oW, as neatM )are put op in parcels 'with ful All persoia therefore who wish the gete Forsah at bb Coaatiaf Reoaa, ovw No- 99; Co'eH' "

hL ii2 Wdsome seal skin trunks Vm eae toIPL J ieIa will, Tonic Hubert-sboold be cautious of whom they purchase Street, nest Coacert.HalI ,:aa4abobylttsm

'C. PIner =; 3 do. fine flavorad te.cure' e '" ...C'. a it: My label will beD every bottle old bv rae I appointment by E.. S. PEESIflS' *," (TieS) r',

; .i nd sundry other E. B. 'IUWI TaMc E B PERKINS Sole Aeect for BJiddk Florida: .
hi I
._. former.tock constitute a AOm rOT 1'4 I5tf TallahUlot, Fcbl'1W1 ft 161. rrrI
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andd.ill ittAeBi the new mail fUft uic, .

ta to1.. SI ee to Mobile, via: 'cn toll, at Aip*- _- .'

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laP III achicola cray Thursday and Friday

..atle&:; N. and arrive at Aspaliga tilL nut '\! ULG'
at 10: J&dockM. wbertpastengere will 4d ittges I 11 ki.r, .. ------ tPDI14L a. J>
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farT alI1ahdte"tors of the above Itlc.dr-gldbow havi I :BBOWXT8 ROTEIL. -

The Wlarge capital in fitting them up fore the corn I PATENT REVOLVING i ':1.li":5:
nvelr! in the confident eipeetaUon.. tint a QN the West side of the Capitol Square, between proprietor the faient
}W ffSSnunity will not suffer this (the nrttet.. Augustine and Pcnsacla! Streets Tauahas. of the above machine: for the Territoryof F] .
App .lachicola! with a regular mail l,)to see! Florida. This establishment (to wbkh the sub- respectfully invites an examination ot its merits I
& etto iDDly want of patronage.i I: s cribcr.hu renoved)is nowopeD for the purpose of citizens .Tallahassee, and the public generallyariety ]
CO 4owtl_(or January 19th 1833. 321,f public entertalnment. v of teachings, has heretofore been inventer
Appa! a"icola i, I Sept. 7th 1833. 4tQ THOMAS BROWN lessen l the manual labor of washing, butnheir us

-cTOK AU*!r STORAGE! STORAGE : 1 1'EV DRUG STORE in the saving of labor and time, has beeaplwaysj
ware-house the ,iMRLVtThe subscriber anced th- done the clothes from
addition to his old ii has just received by injury to the
IN build I New by ship American, from tion necessarily employed. The machine now of
erected spacious York
a a
has recently complete
assortment! of fresh and genu to the public combines the greatdesideratyun of al
and j ine
cotton goods. I Drugs and
|ng80by-3 feet, iTDfOTHYM'CARTY.. : dye stuffs Medicine, also paints, oils, glass and incredible i despatch, with an entire absence of fri
Wit patent medicine, perfumery, surgeons ICe A ladies gown of the most delicate texture is wj

St. MW.cs., December 27th 1831. ext strumcnts Belladona, etc etc., comprising syrup, sarsaparilla, .. without sustaining the slightest injury, {hilst tr
-- F. Yonge ext. cicuta, extract quinine, prussiate 4 ,, chine is equally well adapted to all other, articlothing
Henry iron i sal
martis,digitalis,corrosive sublimate A FULL of
,turpeth supply Landrtths superior garden, or furniture, from a handkerehi&to a <
attorney: fy Counsellor at Law ; mineral, isinglass,iodine,gumkino,Henry's magnesia 2 herb and flower seeds jusbleeeivcd and warranted So rapid is the'effect resulting from a cohbinatk,

dUINCY, MIDDLE FLORIDA. manna blue sulphate morphium, mask oil croton, English fresh ; by 5, E. B. PERKINS. steam and soap, that the largest counterpane:.jru
23tf. moss, pulv. antimoniales,hellebore, squills, sago, I October 29th. lltf I washed in from five to seven minutes, and a like.i
cwt rot, forerugruk seed, cephalic snuff, isinglass issue Qit tALThe thy of any other articles in the equal space of 1
""mw( *S) 4xna miaiDiKsiisr 1 1MJ plasters: Swaims panacea, ditto Vermifuge, quinine, F the estate of Samuel followu R. O|:;; lands, belonging u The task of washing can be performed, if 0Dd' .

LARGE and complete assort- strychnine! instruments, morphium, breast pipes, nipple shields, ale, aud as they are suppostd>futon tribe,well are offered known for water be furnished, as well by a girl of ten oras ;.\ ,
cupping amore
ji men1urFc.th Drugc! en,1 Mcdicinesj\1st recei- complete with pumps, stomach minute description is deitcfa. by a woman. The machine perfectly sliP
York and lialtimorefor salewhoIcsaIed pumps, complete with rocialUcjJumpa! etc," electrical were all selected with necessary ; they it*construction, ofTD4i.so, t.bt it cat..
New judgment and
,Jfrom battery, ;bVsa funnel., lul- vials care ; are favour thD.mosL i :
retail' Country Merchants and Practitioners sup. male and female urinals slopped lamp glass, ably located} considered first rate quality, and wel' paired by ordWryzneeb nlel" Dr ;
tn crown lancets
lied on the most accommodatm?terms. hawk bills turnkeys, a adapted to the culture of sugar i cane. Copartnership'horetofore,existing und
aecdles THE
r ED\V. SEIXAS surgeons pessaries, trusses, gold!
In the '
of Leon of
l leaf,carmine,camel's hair county near Tallahassee\ : RB"-4-'JB.BaU it this< ;$ .
lJ'\,29 4ltf 1 Druggist,Magnolia Florida. carmine saucers, self some,waUr of the paints val-, 160 acres of land, adjoining Whitaker and Lee. mutual consent,-All persons indebted to said <
uable syreiigcs very ifO II La Fayette's are requested to make immediate to R.B.]
j:6iiI1sSION RECEIVING AND FOR WAR. preparations of Mr. GEORGE W. CARPENTER township payment
\j DING HOUSE, At.*p rae {erfo.-The under- Philadelphia.) cxU sarsaparilla,foi purifying thc, I 400 00 II" "II Wirt and Bryan, who is duly..plJlorized to cleae the accounts of the J
l have formed co-partnership under the finn of, blood and invigorating the iystem generally. Adams and Ha an, R. B. BULL,]
tinned 80 II Vickers February 1, 1834. 254w J. B. BULL.R. .
fur the transacting Ext. Buchec for ,
I Falcsnar: : Kimbrough purpose complaints of the bladder, uretha, 80 II II *
a"entral agency commission and receiving and forwarding etc. comp'd syr. liverwort, an invaluable remedy for 160 School" section, H. M. DAVIDSON, _.
Lucas and
busincsB. Being: prepare* to make the usual i coughs, consumption, etc. citrated kuli for making the 80 Ie ATTORNEY &COUNSELLORAT-L
to their friends in New Or- neutral mixture Harr. Vickers fr Dr. :rfitchcll
consignment gate salts the celebrated
on ,
advances New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Providence dicines of Mr. Thompson Kidder, Boston viz. kelps me- In Gadsdcn county, near Quincy : HAVING locacd in Quincy, }o'lot.j will pro ,
leans ; ISO
*and Boston, and disposed to devote their time botanical drops, said to be a most certain and effectual acres of land, nearly adjoining the town. any professional business th-tt ma
the interest of those confiding business remedy for disorder from In Jackson county, on Chipola : i intrusted to his care, in the courts of Leon, Gad
CKlusircly to every arising an impure 160 acres of land, adjoining Clark and Campbell Jackson, and at Appalachicnla Bay, also the adj&ountitM
.Jicir charge, having made the necessary arrangements state of the blood, and humours, Relfs B. drops asthmatic ,
to 160 Carter & Williamson. C of Georgia and Alibninu. 11
I forward cotton to New York or elsewhere : pills for female
} to complaints, obstructions
hypochondria -
with expedition by vessels of light draft of water ixt etc. anli'billibus pills, vegetable specific for ,. plicant Proposals will be for the whole, or part, as may suit the a}). DOCTOR JOHN McLEMORE.E :.
received the !
the lowwl rates of t freight, a liberal; share of public dyspepsin and indigestion rheumaticlinamcnt,Hun- ROBERT by snbscribcfat this place. R! 'PEUTFULLY inlbrm !his friends that he

patronage is respectfully solicited. ters syphilitic! rncde,Dumfrey's ointment, pile remedy, MITCHELL, again resumed: the duties of his profession.
Attorney for the adninistratrix.
Jl. II. FAI CO.'ln. eye water, British anti-sceptic dentrificc albion 23dNO
corn Pens T' v 1
January llth I 1834. 228w .
IFJlf. //. KIUDROUGH.REFERENCES plaster, Cambrian tooth ache! pills. With other articles ------ -- 4
flCE.-During absence from Florida 11
too numerous to mention, the above for sale low NEGROES &c. FOR SALE.-The sub- my
Shorter, T Urqithart! P. D. U'oodnttTr-Columhus. Marianna, October 26th lltf Suwannec 'Florida. gent attorney.
%rs llotty Sf rugliJl. Consisting of seven hundred and 30th 1S33. 5J
Ju//. Shorter JEsg.-Ncw York. CM. R. K. Call, thirty] odd acres of hammock land, of a very superior :; 1
111n.J. N. H'Atfe-Florida. Dr. D. L. TFAife-Gads- FLORIDA LAAD FOR SALE.FlftiiE quality. About two hundred acres in good order for -S

jn C)lUlty. .fug. 31, 1833. 3tf undersigned having purchased of General cultivation : and a considerable quantity of Indian

HOUSE COMMISSION BUSINESS I JL La Fayctte, the township of land in Florida,granted field, easily prepared for cultivation. Twelve as likely 4OTICTt -
W'ARK AT APALACIIICOLA, ELORIDAThe I to him by the Congress of the United States, offer 1] negroes as any in Florida : excellent learn of mules (12 I.

' subscribers, having associated themselvestogcther : the same for'sale.. and oxen: a very select stocic of cattle, consisting of d "
0 the stile and f fiim of FORD & HAH DIN, This land is situated in the immediate nei hbour- I, about, fifty head : a good stock of hegs : about tour _
trans .ting a General ,,,..IRE hOUSE Bad hood of Tallahassee, and is be'ievcd, for fertility of thousand weight (neat) pork, of excellent quality: about ___ '- .
pnrpnsc'"".V/SS/O.V tiusiness at .Jnalachicola.. Having soil, and local advantages, to be more valuable than fifteen hundred bushels of Carolina Hint corn : = __
,. Ide suit!&l-c! arrangements: with several vessels for' any other land in the territory.The also, variety of articles, indispensable in the settlement _

1 the direct transportation of Cotton, &c. cither to New Southwestern part of the township adjoins the an-J cultivation of a plantation.The ;J I __
4 York or New Orleans ; and having facilities at all city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping whole will be disposed of, together, on vey accommodating -
times within their power to make reasonable advances port if St. Marks, a distance of about twenty miles, terms, or the land alone. One half( the :
'I upon prodr.ce consigned to their care: and management;; a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short purchase iiioney will be required in hand, the balance
time. l1 n three equal annual instalments. The purchaser to __ a
': they would respectfully tender their services and solicit
::1It liberal patronage: in the above line of business,, The navigation ot the St. Marks river has been recently (pive a lien on the whole property scld : to receive the _
plfdfingjtheir ptrsonal and individual attention to all ifw/M-ovoJ, to A. point within six miles of the l last payment. The improvement on the land, are of
'1. business consigned to them, either for salo! or other. : Southeastern part of the township, which will afford a permanent kind, than arc common in a new country. .
,3 wise. navigation for a cheap and certain transportation of January 18th 1834. 2tfJ] J. W. DABNEY. .

* Their Ware Houses and Close Stores arc undergoing produce.This OUTOR RANDOLPH offer his INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIREfl
land will be sold in parcels to suit those wish D services his professional the most favorable terms, on arjR? ....
be and .
will friends
;1 a thorough repair, large commodious _. __ and the public. 18tf -- "
ing to Iurchase, on a credit from five action to the Subscriber, ngcnt of the Protection Iteu- 4th
tnuatcdin a desirable part of the town, and as exempt to eight years, Felons or what some people IdiOW by the namo
at reasonable prices-those }Territory of Florida. Su- rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In of Catarrhs of .
from the dangers of fire as any other house, of a L wishing to purchase will every aj- every description.5th ;;
, umilar! character the Point. make application to either of the undersigned! vs >perior court for the county of plication the fair Cot value of the property must be Rheumatic Pains of the joints$, -
: on
MILLS, )Gadsdcn. stated, and satisfactory evidence furnished of the
vat WILLIAM B. NUTTALL correctness Cth Sprains and Bruises of everjpidescription or in
of Ga.
WM. P. FORD late
( Augusta, )
: defendant! and all of the ,
II EDWD. J. HAHDIN HECTOR W. BRADEN, THE others interested are here representation, and the good moral I whatever part situa t.. JJL ;
*! (Apalachicola.) notified that suit has been -eharaeterof the flC"'
ei nDrnn OI"r"CE3.-srttcarC fy Fontaine, Smith, fy WILLIAM CRAIG; commence3'"Sy'at: arppn TlieldTvcfrcyoftheDfficcand 7th Tetters of all kinds. In tbt'\complaiottf,tilt patient
" Jl.1't1.7t, J. S. Calhoun, .'1. Iff. Perry, If Co. T. Sf .'!. Tallahassee, November 23d 1833. 15tfJCT tachment in the court aforesaid, and the defendant is its fairneasan punctuality may be confidently re- ic applying the Ointment! ? must. keep tho part
V required to t icdon.
appear and.plend to the dechvatidn filed E.: B. PERKINS. of ? .
The Savannah out water8th
Inns Whit tick Greenmcd Co. Columbus. ; Georgian Charleston
in,1cd 4Ce. 4 ,- Me-niry, i in said ,
case. BALTZELL WHITE TalIahaR- ci. 22. 1831.
Briert 4 Knetland, Jas. Hamilton! 4-. Son. John R. Augusta Conslitutionlist, Southern Recorder, Milledge- Nov. 23d pl'ffs att's. 27tf Chilblains or parts affect db' frost.
? -New-York.. viili-, Georgia; Richmond Enquirer,and Star, Raleigh 153m It is also oDe oFthe best remedies for Barns and
nd E. H' Gngsry, Bogart 4- llaut1wf'It.-N. Orleans.St N. C.; will publish the above for eight weeks and for, D YSPEPSlA AND I IVliK-COMPLAtNT.--: PLANTERS' HOTEL. Scalds. It eases tho paiu and draws the fire oat in a

C i., John 4- Leaven T. IK. .Vc Coy.-Mobile. waid their accounts to this office. Dr. J. P. PETERS, Professor" of Physiological ; : >f W Ri-.A'. 1 MS begs Ie ive to inform his short time. ?
Au17, 1833 Uf dicine, who, for several years, has devoted his entire J-'ti that he has taken lease of and after the For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular
A kf! } OTICE.-Will be sold at public sale on Saturday attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases 1st of Sept.next,will occupy that establishment sowell Swellings, it is superior to any iredicine yet known to
.nl CHEAP TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE. the 15th day of February, at the late residenceuf has succeeded, by chemical analyois and syn" known as the Planter's Hotel in the city of Tallahassee : the medical faculty It is ninejh safer than mercurial
. Ellis Stafford, two eighths of land, known in the thesis, in forming combination from several of any prepartipn of that material) because does
1*, subscriber offers to sell a tract of land, situ proximate ] lately Kept by Capt. Brown.-This is the most
Dd THE in Jefferson county,' immediately :n the: general plan of the west half, of the south east fourth vegetable principles, to which he has given the 11 spacious and commodious house appropriated to similar not lay the patient liable' to injury:!. from expose to
of neighbourhood of capt. Murray's, containing about of section No. 7, townshipS two, range two, south and| I name Medicinx Stomachic et Hepatica ; which has l purposes in all Florida, and after the completion of cold. j;
cast ; where the said Stafford resided at the time of[ | proved far more efficient than This Ointment has cared soQMof etand-
td 400 acres of oak, hickory and hammock: land ; as an I any remedy heretofore: the improvements, embracing all the premises now in many year
,lib eligible! location for the planter, there are none superior his deathone other eighth, entered by Cornelius I discovered, in curing those distressing maladies of progress, will be inferior to none, in attractions to the' ing. Where it is impossible imprudent t-> ltcl? the,
I Ik l, or he country, and as an invaluable recommendation English, and sold to the said Ellis Stafford, known as mind and body, which are generaly! comprcnendcd under stranger& traveller. J. W. R. grateful for that share of external soro, in consequence'of the bone hcccming
,it has a beautiful stream of never failing: water the west half of the nvrth east fourth of section 18,P the sweeping terms DTSPEFSIA and LiVER-Co- partiality which tho public have generously hitherto can as or rotten, it will stop the progress oi the cane,
irtsi hrmng immediately through it, with other facility -' township two, range two, south and east. The above PLASTs-lt is likewise an almost certain cure for en awarded him, indulges the hope, that with enlarged I increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the ol-
..tt.tif. necessary to the planter: further every information property will be sold on a credit of twelve months to l larcement of the Srtec.v.: means of contributing to the comfort of his guests andan fensive tmcll and ease the pain.It .
; may be had by making enquiry any at this office. the highest bidder, the purchaser giving bond wiih ap- Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia Liver-com, unabated desire to give universal satisfaction, thai cures the worst Felons or"' Whitlows on an application -

October 12th 9tfTUO::!. B. WINN. vroved security, or a mortgage on the property if required plaints, arc flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach ho "ill continue to receive the patronage which has of 48 hours.Rheumatisms .
At.' by the administrators. melancholy, irritability,disagreeable taste in the heretofore bf:on extended to him. I Itf which have stood au long an to becomea
I RICHARD STAFFORD, ) adm'tors mouth; great irregularity of appetite, which is some systematic disorder. requires medicine to betaken inwardly ;
] NOAH STAFFORD, J times voracious and at other times greatly deficient;;; FRESH DRUGS. to remove them entir ly. But in most common :
January 25th 1834. 25tdsQIX thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach, cases by applying this Ointment externally directed i

weeks after date, I will apply for letters of administration and eructations, palpitation, drowsinesss, irregularity a 0e.. \VIM> tt VICKERS having it will give relief And even in old people, who
a ONSJ on the estate of Henry Pitman deceased of the bowels, pressure on the stomach after meals, L purchased tnat large and pains! have been uf longer standing, it will ease tha

1- late of Gadsden county. S. F. JONES. pain in the head dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of splendid assortment of drugs i pain.To
" 5S, Quincy, January 25th 1834. 246w mind, attended with the loss of memory, a gnawing recently purchased at N. Y.by I sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment
iJIP in the stomach when empty, chilliness, affection of Dr. John 1'Lemore-in. must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being
en, A.UCTlONSALES.-The subscriber having loca- A CARD.-A female school under the superintend sight and hearing pain and weakness in the back form their friends & the public very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected

iedup ted himself! in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen-i ancc of Mrs. M. Brown of Columb"s, Ga.; will I languor, disturbed sleep<< cold feet and hands, tremor:, generally, that they will with frost likewise preserves its qualities in all climates
tral busincss, regular sale i be opened, at the Parsonage, for the instruction of uneasiness in the throat, caugh..pain in the side or accommodate persons on the
lo 1 1.t. and 8ammdSSI. days, Tuesday: young ladies in the various branches of an Englisheducation breast, &c. most liberal and reasonable terms, with every ar'icleusually A large mass of testimony proving the value of this

..., the Wil1. also attend to administrator and other sale: i on the first Monday in February next. The above maladies lead to organic affections of the kept in their line of business; and hope that most excellent medicine will Lo shewn to those who
in COunty. ROBERT HACKLEY. The trustees take pleasure in recommending MrsF: stomach, liver, and heart,terminating in Dropsy,Con strict attentioR &assiduity to business,will entitlethemto wish further information on application to Dr Ilers-
March 2M 1833. 33lf: Brown to the confidence of the public as a. sumption, Apoplexy,&c.according to the climate, habits a liberal share of public patronage. Their store i is tons, or to any of his authorized agent ,
N' B. !Instruments of writing executed with neatdespatch qualified by talents and experience to give satisfactionto age, sex, and temperament of the patient. situated in Jefferson street, in the house: recently occupied The above medicine Bold by special appointment of
tle_ $anI) by R. J. HACKLEY. those who may intrust their children to her care and Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. D., Miliedgeville, by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf the patentee and warranted genuine.E. .
instruction. Inventor and sole proprietor. N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Drug Storeduring B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST.
-a R> v AND'S TONIC MIXTURE. i Ttrnu.-Four and six dollars per'quarter. Tetimcniois.-Nurnerous certificates might be ad our absence. WINN 4- VICKERS.Tallahass Tallahassee February 24th 1831: 27tf.

::.u IDI \ a perfect and lasting : WILLIAM BILLIARD, % duced relative to the extraordinary cures performed :.,, October 29th_lltf TO THE ASTHMATIC AND CONSUMPTIVE.
Of cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale WILLIAM MAYNER, u v by using these medicines; but the following arc though JWHE most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases incident -
X! wholesale and retail. by FLETCHER R. K. CALL, \ sufficient to satisfy the n inds of the most skeptical : FRESH DRUGS. to civilized society-the Consurap/iu:'-may

1*. k WESTCOTT, Druggist, Appalachicola WILLIAM FLAKE, I .. From Dr. James Eioell, Author of the Medical Companion generally )e traced te the least Alarming of disorders
Florida ROBERT MILLER, or family Physician. IPli9" 1Pmm1l'Ulmmm ) gJ a slight but neglected cold. By estimation it appears
w; *I hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher and January 25th 1834. 24uWE NEW-ORLEANS, Dec. 20th 1833. 's'| received a full supply of fresh drugs, spices, that one hundred arid fifty thousand persons die annual

Wcstcott my agents for the sale of"Ro'fld'S r- are authorized to announce Colonel JAM'::S To whom it may concern.-This is to certify, that J 1 perfumery, etc etc ly of the consumption. Most of these dreadful results
Tonic Mixture" in the Also, sugar boiler's Thermometers,graduated to 300) be attributed to cold and
tt m Territory 1 a candidate to repiesent the territory have witnessed the operation of Dr. Peter's MeditwctStomacMcct may common a negligent
'\Veat if Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & : of Florida in the M'.h Congress of the United et Hepatica in a number of very obstinate degrees on brass scales of 22 inches ; Litmus Tumer- treatment the (urrassing cough that generally ensues .
rl: *.- of Oeergia who able I and Liver-affections of ic, etc. : 'Maynard Noyo's celebrated Ink and Ink -which is usually followe by difficult breathing pain
I1 ',1. laid ; are to furnish States. Juiy 27th 133. 53 Dyspeptic long standing,like Powder Lowe and Reeds Chlorine
genuine toothwash
medicines ; in the aide and at fast Ulcerated Violent and
to all who apply to them wise in several cases of the.enlargements of tho- Lungs.
on pleen
r. I Itf' u may 'TE ; the best article known for diseased
iwourable authorized teeth andgums
terms as they can obtain from the pro ,I, to announce Maj. and its affects were truly aston hing. I have no hesitation repeated Asthmatic attacks aUo bring on Consumptive
-- 'PwtorhiaseUV' Sinned a candidate to represent the territory in declaring it the most valuable ; Bullards Oil of Soap f of Florida in the 24th I preparation salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains i in
'to ( JNO. R. ROWAND." Congress of the United for those distressing ailments that has ever come with ; chase of
t'rI. Philadelphia.. Oct. 24th 1833." tltf States. July 27th 1833. 50tf in my knowledge. JAMES EVVELL, M. D. cloth; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches; Osborne'scelebrated ; 'RRELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS
water colours, etc; beautiful glass ink stands
eel lJiifl. J J OOK HERE!-JUST LOOK AT THIS !-- WE are authorised to announce WILLIAM B. Laurent County, Go. .!pril SIlL 1833. and Pounce boxes fancy and medicated lozenges'; .I and a little attention to their timely administration, will

., tQ The new store in Quincy has again just reccivfrora as a candidate to represent the Dr. Peters Sir: I wish you to send me three more patent barleypowdered, sago, etc. etc. All of whichwill I usually ensure alnitigation of these disorders, and gen.
aBr.] York per the aclooner: Galaxy' apt. Fletcher, Nuadelphia tei ritory of Florida, in the 24th Congress of the Uni I. parcels of your medicine. I have taken the one you be sold cheap for cash or approved credit.E. orally effect a cu e. The Pills are also an easy and effectual -

i lZ ud Ph a large supply of fresh C.oO ; ted States. 1833 5tf sent me by Mr. Ard, aid it has helped me very much. B. PERKINS. remedy (or the symptoms proceeding accompanying -

J.,- I neti5: 'firrn assortment of fancy calico, latest fashions; DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART, I think.one more_parcel will.cure.me, but ai you speakof Tallahassee, December 14th_ __ 18tf the Arthma, and Consumption. Fer Colds*
'9 I t dt an aSsortment of WilmIngton stripe ; las' leaving soon, i nave conciuaeu 10 get ana Keep two Coughs difficulty of Breathing. tightness and stricter
ere"! ,ang tnd buttons; drilling fi a handsome assortment for RESPECTFULLY offers his professional! services parcels of your valuable medicine, for fear I may one ROWAND'STONIC across the chest, Wheezing, pain in the vide, Spitting .
" C'tntlemen'a aummer ware brown linen, fine and its vicinity as day be taken down again and should not be able to of-blood, &cJ Few cases can occur of any of this
grtn wnlet; silk velvet; gentlemen's and very y.uths; a practitioner medicine. His office is on Jeffcisonsi. obtain it. WAYNE W. EILAND8 MIXTURE.A Iass of disorders in which the purhaser of Dr. Relfe'0
M'I. ,rhite beaver Md si. door to Mr. Perkins' drug store. Pills will not find a rich return for their expend
summer hala men's and wool'bSl l FULL of this valuable medicine is trifling
; ; boys Tallahassee. Nor. 23d 1833- 15tfFOR N. B. The above case "as one of severe Dyspepticand supply just '
5.:, *n's fine thread gloves, saddles and br Lever affection; but was entirely removed by the received. I shall hereafter have it constantly o n iture. IPricewhole
J.ra keg !ualita.n assortment of violins, with ex- RENT.-Acommodious dwelling house with use ot two parcels of Medicine. J. P. PETERS. hand. boxes, 30 Pills. 1 dollar, half boxes

-itJ tn'youths bows !crf>ointed silver pencils; gentle- room, each twenty feet square, connected: Laurent County, Co., ,No ,. 4th 1833. I I IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL 12 Pills. 501 cents.aY'1'o.
fIjic'4 Laa5 dicing pumps of all sizes.! with a large store house fronting the public square, in -The REMEDY FOR FcVCR AND AGUE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLE the Ladies !4X{
and cbudren of Monticello to E. WHITE. To all whom it may concern: undersigned was I TO been circulatedthat
d do.; tortoise shell.tuck; the town :-apply THE DIRECTION. Report having
lide White and sound Teeth both and
tomb&. severely afflicted with a Dyspeptic and Liver affection are an ornament t
splendid 18th 1834. 23tf this mixture contains
arsenic I directed
S.. ; gentlemen's bead purses I; January the am by The best for their is to ba

C..orked and ; WILLIAH PATTON considered eminent in their profession, without found in the use of the
laced ans
wPg a handsome assortment ofill ,-and I am also authorised to offer a Reward of 10,
n4z; artificial flowers ; belts ; hair curIa of a COMMJSSON MERCHANT being benefited. finally' tried Dr. Peter* Medicine 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existence BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE.
ea; pe Stomachic: et Hepatic; and,aftermaking use of two This Tooth Powder with
i.be umery i cologne water etc. ; most fwhf of the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, elegant veryjitllt

r leghorn bonet of fine quality, .ne f which CHI&LESTOV, S. 6. parcels, found instead myself*of restored being pale to perfect and health j my or_any other poisinoaa ingredient in it. eradicates_ L.' the..scurvy... _in_ the__. .gums. ,.and.proveatf&eaccumaiaoon -- ___ IL_.-..
dresto the fashion of New York an u- Refer to-GIBSON & SYLVESTER, Cluincy, Flo. countenance, haggard, resumed In order to prevent imposition fi om counterfeits, DO 01 xaner, woica not BOJV. '&MCMU* Dal _
;tent aU or IpleDdid veils; Prussian red stocking; HENRY HITCHCOCK, Mobile. its former healthful appearance, and,incredible persons except authorised<< agents will be furnished by loosens the teeth.,and accelerates'their"decays TIle
I16eI and lours; an M ortroent of jewelry. U J. HONEY, Charleston [336w as it may appear, I gained neartwsnty pounds additional the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again, I ant Dentrifiee thus removes the prevailing cause*of offiuisive -
II ladies fine breast pios weight in the short space of ten weeks. It is sole Agent for Hidele Florida, and am assured by Mr breatb.prele"e.. the healthiness and fioridttcr of
'watch earring aDd angc weeks after date application will be made by near five months since taking the medicine, and I have wt ta..
Rowand the and'readenthe
bys tha t ela
ete.; Patent lamp.luck, bra SIX have |(except a small lot sold to Mr Eccles), gum beamifaUr.
I the least -TI
j disease nor .
court of the rea
to the honourabls the felt return ,
hN l.ISOrtment or metal bells from 16 in subscriber county no not a single botUa has been or will be sent, or sold by Price 50 caats.
aiu ta the &!DlIlleat size Goshen.cheese 'f ".\ adisxm coc&ty for letter administration Onestite 8W suspect that I shall. I would earnestly'recom- nun, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me: 87.None-are geacine:unless sifned.. oa*tSe oatsid. .
r55&ftd 6s''j aue and fever; ; (ret L: ;;JC of Henry Harris late of Madison county mend all persons, similarly afflicted, to make trial of Jf tnenlc Kat bteh'dbcnered, in my mixture called printed! pper, by th.wle;proprietor,;T. KIDDER,.<.. .
warranted -
g e; Port w1De 7 years old, u neat drops, when I L,( .. c. (p6w)f-u"'ALu. WATSON Jr. the same remedy. < BRYAN ALLEN. Rovad'I, it W&IC Aa beia its some of 'M qurlau bid.taU.is. ... nmediate successor to thrfefcr Dr. '%%. T.CoawAT.ForsaU .-" ,

het,I.n4 .lot or handsome seal akin trunk AI i 30 irupo bbl,. ;SALKOa RENT.-d qflilMrouz miles The above medicine are put up in parcels with ful All persona therefore, who wish the f enufe* ;at his Conatini Roocs! OTerNo-; Coot "
cperfine Aour ; 3 do. fine flaTored New York Foa. ofT4it L.uu&IE', OODt1D1fl 640 &UUdits Ituf directions for using. From one*to t.I1re.Ia will Tonic Jl'&Ztur.-.bould cautious of whom they purchase Street near Concert.HsiJ Bwtoo aad alo by IBS sp
PItter; arJ and: sundry other articles whi % of.hida ilc1carecL"'l! y be necessary to comp4eteCnTt* Th prIlo 'is'$5, a it: My label will be en every bottle old by.ae: cial appointment by E. B. Pf'JtJ1'INS,1. :- ) #
Sthsr with hia tormer BlOCk, constitute a very, ham u oSee, tit Co 'FIt srn' iii1' parceL For sale by E. B. PER&IflP, TalUhassee, fEP2IUW(8 Qfa 4nt for gfrUfe Florida; .,.
11IGnacAc. Lj JAVQgg g. T.llthwce, llAu'J U IDH ii i trie BgeBt for Fiondfc S312m I5tf Ta11&hwot, Fcbrnq24tbl8l.S f1t1



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ws*Ut10n, ba.ve! ;Jh SgSfetSSftt'S' :. a-bout. \O CrUiD his bar ._...1.-L JilM: l, ->-., '. _- t theg'' atfoTJ i t"3.oiumbh rn"1ii Dl'td .
whole 'o fs the' City or Souta _
they please< ; and pillar from Chesnut street. The scent t ''''?Ii (
having, under these ezistJ .It ., frQ\el'
VFt circumstances -. bad 'It the sti'ft oftf _Sla (as't' J..O. t:'&
L ;. reelected cur plorious Chief Magistrate much of the sublime ab qtit.- wjio, qU to c'hiahly BLAI1\.t t
they f tbll.teptJbhc, o _
L.. hav e triumphant the Southern State> ; -4LsO
S. [hereby riven their sanction wonder that Nullification should become .
to the 1,700bushs. ; ALT -
.. : h '. aoo1 tha!!iawilt.lie President is not to be restrain,principle in his, in the South when the thrilling: 'eloquence i inexpedient at tfie preset juncture only tond 01 February Sib, 1833, }a.se-r2s"p'and'ne--, 7t'1.,,II. ,
and that "
and pleasure fcy a ot such men as our national affcJr* ; IX .
cl1te.It refractory and factious and profound diq'. 6iiit;; 'weeks ufter daty, .tpplicatinn; "

Calhoun, Preston, Mc'Duffio, Hayne, Hamilton to keep alive the dying embers of n\trndl\ 1 7 the subscr.bert: to the .onurable! "ill
"Second,IS our present gracious President hope and wIll t"r the Couniy of the CQQ'Ide,
bound Cooper, and God knows haw many mere cord, which we fondly GadsIt'pfor: LcUeI'3
yUle laws and treaties which if not disturbedby traiion on the estate: of (
S. :; : were made before ra&chlesa in state its advocate soon be entirely extinguished, Sierieoodfcp
>be.carne into office 1 spirits one are county, dcc'd. FABIAN tt

41 It is a fact of general notoriety, that before t. \t is no wonder that Smith and Drayton shouldfete the zeal of mi-guided philanthropic. to Frhruary Slh.! 1334. f266\' lJJIME8 ARMIS1P) '
cleik be requested :.
last election state in which much talent and "Resolved, That the
the a patriotism
.. i President had, in the most frank so LEXJl.NDI1f I
in Congressman a BERTH
sfl d explicit made resided. furnish our Representative
manner known that he would Jlltprney and
execute the laws according to his understanding of copy of the preamble and resolution, accompanied Counsellor aif: I

them. It is also well known, that he, in the goods CORRESPONHENCE OF THE MERCURY. with a request that he will not only present WILL practice Courts in of Ow Leon I ,curt of Ap .i

of his heart, and with a single eye to the good I WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 1831. the same to the Honorable the House of -n, in the Territory of Floridaairts : Gadsden,&lid j"l'

of the people, did refuse to execute divers had laws Representatives, but that he will assure that "'- of Thomas! & Demur ; and in i the .
and wicked treaties In the Senate yesterday Mr. Rives, the cmuiHe, of *
Then, .what.can be more that heartily disapprove o, 'nuudiciul circuit of the ,5tate: .
clear than that, in the reelection of the President, champion of the Bloody Bill and the Procla- Honorable body we interfere with (hi ,TaUft. X'v-1.' P- 23ii fGet&ia.1833 R1"nl1 __: !'

I the people gave their sanction to the principle, that mation, made his defence of the Dictator in all measures calculated to l' 'c undersignc will dl 7'

[he is not bound by the laws or treaties made before seizing on the public purse not only without rights of our Southern brethren, which'hay > r hc Right for any nnn.hcr pos&of: of the COUnt It1l:

his accession ? The boundary of the Presil l law, but in the very teeth of legislative enact- been solemnly guaranteed to them by the Constitution -. .e.eommcslating terms as.to make Counties it an obiX vrilalion '

dent's power is to be measured bv'the extent of ment. He assumed the broad ground that the of tho United States. worthy the attention of ;5emlcme
[ all t opinions which he in his usual frank andexplicit minutes S ration of the machine will be 1\1
: : removal Extract from the : shown with
I President held the right of not onlyof t
manner: had made known to the'world at u THOMAS COLLING, Clerk." I nr person desirous of seen.- it, or if PrcfevS
.. | the time of his election. In tracing:: the President's f the public treasure, but of all the officers vii be permitted to take i; home,where its mil4 I

power, it is certainly more democratic to derive it who stood between him and that treasure. be fairly: tested. R. M. vfS1*'
from the ofall The stand taken last South Carolina JOHN RANDOLPH'S WILL. Tallahassee, Feb. I. b3 t.
source power, viz : the people, than year by t.
rom the Constitution. The last enpression ot the had the salutaiy effect of arresting the encroachments By an order of the General Court of Virginia fW\Z \M TEItV A'tl: SIX-WaatrtaT: {

>pIe's will always repeals a former expression ; of the National Legislature on on the 2d inst. Winslow Robinson, Esq. 1. Otis steady TEA.MS TEK.to take chargi1*
is. -. and the election ol President being an event since i tho reserved rights of the States ; but the powers of Charlotte county, was ordered to produce commended HI and four horses. To one who can com'!,.

the adoption of the Consti'tion, contains, of course, I now claimed t for tho Executive Departmentof before the court, tho will )John Randolph of good. wagrs:j. W.will be eiven.3wf ApPly;'

a more recent expression of the public will which Roanoke be i in his and inwluch lUNG J)Ifflnl Ytr"
the Government, must more danger- leported custody,
should ; prove \V.Al'iTEU.-Waotert
always be the guide of true and faithful B to hire _
*smocrats." OilS than that which has been wrested from Judge H. S. G. Tucker is said to be :..cady boys, to drive Can*, and aUclI t
When I named as Executor.-On the day appointedfor ble Application to be made
had finished readin the paper, the Gin- Congress. 23Jw?. to. "
eral says, Major Downing, is not this reasoning Let us see what Gen. J ickson claims lie the return, Mr. Robinson did not appear, _J.SSRPOT: > S.Y.IazTer.M

perfectly'logical. I tell you what, Major, there is has declared his determination not to permit and a further order was made. John Randolph 1 No nKlx honourable( weeks judge afar of Leon tfaic. 1 s lallpPI! }

no two ways about it-this Amos Kindle is a great the execution of any decree of the Supreme Bryan was appointed curator* pendentelite" letters of administration on the estate county of Allen COlt-

i counsellor on State affairs.' Court which may he made under a law ha\ he of the estate, but declined to quality, and dy.late of said county, deceased. F. 15. WHlTlx: w-r! ,
Says the Gineral, it's a pretty story indeed t. \Itrks, February 1st I-j'.l.
Nathaniel i'tirker
I if when I am not bound by the two Houses of] deems unconstitutional ; ho will wield the veto thereupon, Beverly Esq. 2:
N LJlfllD
moved the him administrationon < < In Lean
to the enactment of laws court to grant liJlUlty'fIJ1t.
I bound poer
Congress, slrould be by the opinion of l my prevent ra: >In
Cabinet ministers No, no, they may think us which he may deem either inexpedient or un-' the estate of said deceased-which motion CHARLES C. ASH. J .Ittdckmcnt.Assiunpsit..

they please, but, by the eternal, it" they don't act L constitutional ; and he i is the unrestrained do- was continued Until the next term-which will! N')TICE is hereby given of the mstitutleaof!

as I please, I will open the door and Duane 'ru.But ,no.ifnrv= rl'nil executive' nOWdT.. He thus be held on the first Monday m July. sail ; a!;d of th:j issuing of a Writ i of A1.1r:
Major how shall for t'I.i"lr' retu"H.\h. I, f.,. f_.t,.1> ,n.r. I.....h..r __,'_ ..
I we secure Pennsylvania holds ; suDcrvisory powet over the unexeCUted --- y ------ - -.u VI :p tv> \;JU*'
[Van Buren? That crittur Sutherland, they say, decisions of tho Courts of Law the Lrgslaturc D".IS'TISiRi.: UK. COMFORT, rcspicuully The efciidant! :and alt other persons in any IJIe':
|is a slicker, f10d can elections in all sorts ; info nils the ladies and g' ntlecicn Tulllah.is-- cernul, arc noticed' to appear and plead to the
[of way?. Last session manage he kip-always a buttin off as to all positive action, is under his uc and its vicinity, that he may now be found at atit-n filed[ in aid cas>e acc-irdia* at law.

from usr; but Amos says he thinks he has caught: control ; end all Executive officers .are the Brown's Hotel, where he will tender them his. professional 25.5m;! : J. A._BERTir.LvJ: T,_AtL'p'.,.

...S;: : ( him on the Speaker's hook, &. I reckon !he knows.' puppet: tw' hi-? mere will' and pleasure. lIe iso Porcelain service Teeth in all its various branches, \"JZ- Supc:; riOT Court SluLdlt: District Flo.'\>lat Lets r

..Says I, Gineral, this makes three or four other'nvatoaboul all intents and purposes the entire master of single or in sets, on gold plate, so KERR 4-STURJE25: ; u
closely rcsemuiiiuj: nature as to avoid detection, and smnps.t. }
and J look lor all the world like motherless the purs* and the sword ; and concentrates: in such a manner, as not to give the 1 L'l.t:: possible vs } )

colts. I would advise you to throw out anofther \\ithm his own person, the wh:>le powers of juin-It is now wellestablished![ ,that Porcelain Teeth T. C. D'LAPORTC. } In nttach.ncnt.: .

red rag lor :Nitherland Talk ot( Russia:: : mission the General Government. Where such a 'ire decidedly supurior; to all other artificial: teeth, being T IIi: above stated .;.'hl; has bc' n instituted! .:
) and that will keep him in the traces spelljand power unalterable by the effect of Ut'ld.r any corntthn.;; a \\fit of attachment tiier. in issued, Sid
i .. then some of the rest can be Speaker. Don'tyou is claimed and exercised by one man, and uiitance. Being supplied with! a choice assortment rtl'iina'.Ie! V> the! next trr-n cf saiJ r.;urt. Thkant .

[ see how you have kip the present Shaker's: that man on ignorant and vindictive despot, materials: Dr. COMFOKT is prepared: for the inan.urciuent and Jll t olliets couccrntd, are hevctynor.id .

M [head up to the rack-a nickerin for the last two God only knows where the consequences will of all cases which miy be presented. He pear and plead t.> the declaraiiou filed in 5.1.do.

[years, by expcctin would throw the English terminate.But \\ ill wail upon Kulirs at th .u residences, 'I iidco .t', p.icalh cording,,. to law. JA.. RTHELOT: Au!'yfi
you I 1st t 1831.lilOMASM'CALL.
in any II:"i r .' JTUary :;
[mission into his trough. But,' says I, Giner.il what is still more alarming, i is, that such part k 1-;

how.will you keep TecumSfh quiet ?' Says lie, flagrant usurpations should find an advocate SUPERIOR COM' ', 'I.I t J' .i --e In Lto CoJj Cat},
'l\hJor, it is nol vet: settled whether we will put LY cli.i.\ L'E it'1. vs. > asS'i.unsiu; .
him or \Vilkins on the Vice President's track It South of the Potomnc, and that advocate invoKing The Central Bank 01 Florida," \ Bill filed Jan. 25th, J hSE S. RUSSEL, } In atwch! mnt.:

is a great point to secure Pennsylvany: and CaL the shade of the immortal Jefferson:; to Complainant, j 1S3J: and subpoena 7'HIIIE above stattd caiue Las {>cen lastitirs!
action the vilest Rives' against j returnable .B., a writ i>f .tt.iciiment tliercin is.iued
Johnson is a good easy manageable sort of a feller, despotism.:: Mr. argument to the ajs:
hat will not break off from the and Kindle will not carry water," though he unquestionably "The Meiclunts if- Planter's } tint Monday: in I rcturr.aub t.ah' next tcna ot said coin. Thti
arty Bank "
ofMaznoIia; and Thonw March ant and all others c -erned are hereby nutif .
inks he can put him off.' Major Downing,' made: the best speech wnich Ins: G. Gordon and Edward Seixas \j I Tallahassee, ::1331, Leon, at f'cr and pient lo the i!caraiot! .i'd in said a

says the Gineral, you ralv should have ben the yet been del.vered on that side ot thin question. Defendants. J County. ,uhijjj u::> law. .r. A. BEIITIIELOT Att'y.fe

Government next time, if 1 had not promised it to His opening arguments on the right of removing TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN. Ff'jruary 1...; la, 4. IT)1'ItJL.Tie

Van Buren ; and considerin how much l he has the drpositps, because the public treasure 1 ,\ TICC is hereby given, tint the aforesaid! Bill c.'pirtii'r1ii1iturillertytxt!
done l to put down that iniiny Calhoun. I hate to hath! been filed as well in behalf of the Central .,L.I twtcn John R. inpiivin anti Wiliiamt:
disappoint him. seein' whai'a mind he has to it..' had beon frequently reduced almost to nothing p Bank of Florida," l\:> ill ix.h..l1.i.an1 <... 'h.. l> ..iot ofsuch wider the d'ni. name and .tle of Chapman".
by the wants of the Government under the u- other creditors of the The Merchants and PbIl.tcr's son h.is this
Says I, Gineral, it is glory enough 1 for me to I dU' bet u 'h s.heJ by mutaiic
have; served under VOU.Vehl, well,' says theincral suil: appropriation, were puerile and discreditable Bank Magnolia: as mny appy! ar.d become All L! perso.1 limn-; :'-,iittgs with the late exit
parties complainant to said bill, by Uave of said Court : ; to mak-J"settLiiiti.t
TO MT OLD FRIEND MR DWIGHT OF THE DAILY JLDP arter all, the Government is not the thing to Mr. Rive-. He was, however, mere according to la\v and the rules and pra'.ire of said, Quincy requested; Fc.n-tiy / JOB with N r.John. CU.PL U.O

VERTISER. it i is cracked up to be.' ,J. DOWNIXb, successful when he came to reply to '1r. Clayon Court. And that: on the return of lls s.v.d Subpcna.on ts. lS3!. -2JG.v $ WILLIA3IDICEThe !<

As me und tlic Gineral\ ,vas returnin, last night tj Downingville Militia, 2d Brigade. the general: power removal from office. Monday the ti.iid day of March rex a: It o'clock undersigned ha '
_ % ng puruliascd of Mr. E:
after the forciKwn
dark from a wnlk, all at the in or as soon thereafter
once shot Counsel Uis
moon entire interest
Mr. Rives is gentlemanly' in his manner, andrccl'U'CS I can in the s:,xK.ill continue tl:
out from behind :1 cloud, while the Gin rnl was in From tho Pennsylvania Inquirer. and attention. be heard, aj'pliC3.tionvill be nude to sad: Court a. 1 ness under; !n< own mm". JOB N I:. CHAP"Doc
en.' "r his: thinkin tits that: he often gus into nowa ; Extract of a letter 'to the Editor, c llc'd1J"IIchincrntL re..pe't Chambers, at Tallahassee aforesaid: ., for an f"Jer. I

j.vs i:, Mnce Squirt' Biddlc's people not to plaguenhim ] --........-.., -.Tlln-.-,- _,L e. u.U.___ __ The effort of.Mr., Shepley, of Maine, was a decree creditor, specifying l intend and limiting the ti tie Mwlnon such!; -rRVILLIAM in Tdltihasscc, and:-LAK.-tenders has cu r.JCaL..
as to become Sv.-nr
so about the bank ; and! so jest as if he saw a Mr. Preston ef Carolina concluded hi* most ludicrous taiiure. parties to said bill as I Jic ,
aforesaid, may come in and apply f,r tha: tlI: pt as a (.rami'1tr of meJi=i .?, sr.rg
gh\) t, he started and tumbled vcr the curbing speech to.day, at twenty minutes after two o' A warm debate arose in the House on the And also! that application will then anu ; ierebe purple made,- midwifery: tie nay be found (when not :a

:tU:1ct13t into the mud ; so to rights I picked him i clock when the Senate adjourned. All who proposition o pension all the olu Indian fight- to said Court, to lumt aid time to Mon lay tae seventh prot'jts!j'jnal businc"...J at las h'/tiv; O:} fJl 1fiU:::..

up; 111.1 helped l him hum, where we took a ('lass of have heard ers, in which Mr. Burgess and a young m m. day: of April next. L the former reside-\: f C t.L R. W. WLL.I.-S. _
this effort of Mr. Pre
to Ill, ami i flijt', and he soon bei. -m to ton pronounce ber from Tennessee Dated Fcoruary 6th, 134. tit: 1 IX weeks after A.tc, appiicauoi trilloc! IE
Says h)ii% Major: Downing my l fallin ot tallngin'I' it the most splendid exhibition of eloquence some sharppastes. JAMES WESTCOTT, Jr. the sub <:.li er to vhe luicouraole court of Gcounty.
As have
meat: twenty% tire {foot wide, shows the l folly of they ev .T lUtcncd to. It far exceeded might been expected, the: Sol'r a.i.i; Counsel for Complainants. lor letters of adiainstraion en tu; t'.

oneV mind to be always runnin on one thing.perminm to day tho interest N\hich it oxcitrc1 yrsterday. Tennessean: came off second best. Feb. 8th, 1634. [262mJ Henry Pitman: late of .-.>u..:-\>eT1 en decrw- ;''

S Ye*,' says 1. 'Gin rnl, that's as plain' in the P ht- It was electric throughout, ; passage succeeded Mr. Pincknev your city, delivered a most SUPERIOR COURTiIl:.; DIS:: l'ItICT. 'Htf'J- .- >y.__1C:
ical is in the eloquent speech the and demoralizing LEO.V 1A.cL1ul'Ui'1Ct::. -\ii: prsoi'
.js it nateral warld Says he, Majtr, passaga of the most thrilling interests ; and against iniquitous cot/.VYT. .1:4 claims
: the ViC
against estate of
an YOU alludin to any thing particular in the systrm of pensions. He CHARLES AcaTix and tticiuRD hardy !
na- : morethan
when tho orator to to that .irt of 01 i-eon deceisedare .
came reply
p ALLLN county tt)
terjl world ?P So I Esq'-s. [Receivers of required prea.duly ::
and tells !him I Gin- sustained the
ups says high reputation which '
Benton's C'l :\uuhcnticaied 1in the
eral speech which rebuked the Senate for preceded Court! tj Chancery, of the ,; .! tiaieprescribe1or
ever since you determined to make Van Buren him. Intrespason the will
be forever:
District Florila they ; earred-tnoae indebted
standing between the President and the of ii the
constitution cnse of case I
successor and'er since his upon promi-
your election become I
Central B ik estate are requested to make im.neJiate
where the Senator from Missouri i of Flvuda' com- vs.plainant : pap
so engiocm that) nothin else can be st-en: here, I THE FANATICS. rgiinit T: ,\tr SARAH VICKERS, ) .
tIe Government has bin l fallin oil the broad flags I I taunted them with the effects of their obstinacy, Extract of : and Planlt. Bank of .M .'ia"'ants: amm.ms ad JAS.J.V.'JKERS, > Eit223w :
a leltcr to 4hck1itors from Utica Iglb 4 "ndendumfor
N. <
( Y. resp
of tin} Constitution i ) i \'. M.V.. .
and and HART.
: common usaj c, down into the lesson taught them by the people-the Jan. 16. I 1334. I Thomas G. Gordon aId E. icard $5000 damages.ei.rts } :

the mire, until at last it has tumbled from the solid I I I very hair stood on end, and the blood seemedto S Dtendants-l'lamtit] s. TWENTY DOLLARS ftLWARD.-fo

luundaiion of national silver dollars down into the curdle in tho veins. When he defined the i We are sound on the subject of Negro vs: SLaXANDet .* ..*r m October last, a w,?

mire of the rags of the local Banks, and tvc may I I constitutional ; slavery although it i is too true, that wo have A : E PATTOX, dcfend'nt :low named ELICK. years of ace abor .

thank that Varmint Amos Kindle I f>r a'-l! our mis- prerogative of the American ; a number of fanatics, who are set on by designing THE.efend.intin said case, and all other persona high, stout built, ,)1'l: dark ccraplexiop, tar ,

i.nins ; but it's no use to talk on that any more. j Senate, and alluded to the course ot'the usurper -I politicians. It i i.s for .WV will take notice, that an Attachment and rather a sulky! c-unzsnance when Sl/'keu .'

Ony see how it works. Ofl goes Virginny and the j Sylla in calling ort the Roman people to tell that gratifying me to hath his! d \y issued in said rase, for Twenty-F.-e Who was seer. two weeks: ago: 12 or 15 m&i:!
: by a Hundred
hull South from us.' Says he, Majur, do von ralvihiak ) aid him in prostrating' the senatorial power, and you public vote in the Dollars damages: $ and Cos: returnable! to the i, Tallahassee, near tha.Alicosuky: Like, when
the South is ?' I *Gineral there'sa then when tho dead i church, the last Tuesday evening, the aboli first day of the next ApnlfTerm of said Court, and said( )i dovbt bccu loitering ever since he left me. i
gone Says, of the Senate Defendant
body was : and '
other bo
I son w
tianists.ere down interested may apprehend him, him in v
few that still put and Mr. Dqnfut has persons are r qiu- lodge
hang on to us;and we can count on reanimated by the breath of the and had red to and die deliver him
tyrant, been sustained appear plead to declaration filed in stid' or to me on in? Imona Lake, FlonJj
them sartm, any hml l for the more holleriii! your become his pliant tool, it was used t. extin- i by liberal subscriptions for the case, according to the Statute in such case made an be paid the above rewarJ. G. H. HOLL

enemies make, the tighter they: stick; but as sure : gui-h: the last spark of the liberties of the very I Colenizttion Society-as the organs 6ff doi.ig: p rovided. Dated February 1st, A. D, 1"34. Jannarv 55th 1534.

as a g<:n, the South won't agref to let us have all I something tOr the South.--so far as they will] JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr. :\>D.-Fur sale a valuable tract of UIJJLA

Sq are BiJdSe's! mutiny in our own hands.' Says people '\\ho bad inflicted its death wound, |' permit assistance. On the following evening, Feb. 8. [263'nJ] _Att'/. fo: me PPfTs.ANDRE ( i..ir 560 acres, lying uear: MoQticello. J&

he Major Downing'considering them) that made the effect was tremendous. felt and feared |, t the effigy of Mr. Green was exhibited TH'S:: GARDEN: Sfc.tlO5 t -\Virroiu-- C'nun-, FJori'ia, belonging to Lawrence Hiflof 1

the Constitution were wise men, it is a little curi- that if the President succeeded, in this instance the different through ed fresh and genuine, for sale at the stare of York, this tract of land, is about one half l

cu* that they made one, mistake that keeps i n subverting the constitution and laws ot j streets, on a gibbet, with the ofj Fcb.S.L-26lm] KERR &. gTURGES And the balance of oak and well watered*&*
Government thet j j fensive expressions alluded to, made N. B.-Orders for Fruit or Ornamental branch numing ihrough the *s
always in trouble". \Vhat is the with the transparent Trees from i same : persona
Gineral ?' says I. Says he, 'Major, I mean the I distant country impunity, day was oot f. was finally tarred, feathered and burt. Re- the r;urserv of D. & C. Lamlreih, of PbdatJelphia:: see the land, will apply to James: L.: Parish,
wheu the
pan ut'the Constitution that made the Sennit and parallel would held good to'j |ly on it, that the North are sound, and will w ill be attended to by K k S. I .Montieello, w b.'t wilt snow the same, and '*'

thr House of Representatives that has caused the very letter. It is impossible in a letter to't' stick to the Constitution and r 'TICK.-All persons indebted to the subscribers I.- .which will be liberal, apply t.> me in Tsllal

trouble! since(. I have bin; the Government meInre give you even a abstract .1 f the strong points \ \ south our compact withtbe 1. previous to the first of January last, are will also sell! the remaining lots, in the wSi
; recognizing Menaeeilo
to and
your property, and requested to call and make gtt'eh'U' i:1 if appZied1
of his
than t-ver the legion of office hunters that's alwaysjx speech or even an idea of the beauty with will be payment as no indulgence: "'l.t' 2:1.1.>
sympathy ftr your situation, leaving given after the first of"March. ;11 TURBUTT R''
urmou and I The infernal Senuit in pa'rticuhr of his language, and the and you Fch.8
energy grace, |to manage this unfoitunate ((261"1) KERR & STrRGE i OFCPART1ERS1-
is do of hs action. lie .I question as yourgood DISSOLUTIONT
a1vaysoppostu me, what I will-Then I ; PO\\ er described the opposition FOR HEM" FOR THE ;
Pkli6EN undoLockerman
r rusting
therms Tane\-l can't see no way for that f feller! I of the south to the banking I II may point out. i -The Plantation YEAR. ot and j
system formerly Craig was dissolved
Watkius' bynsr
The u
Utica Observer" it is the
to g.i: lurough; no way. I've a plaguey mindto I I and I I'I ; states, that the : ; east- the trsi
great particularly to the U. States Bank ; Jet: most bound of the 16th section. For : sent, en inst.11 ners>ns indebteJ']
bring un a :sad iii'my brave Tennes>cans and]I '' public discussion had continued several days term* applv firm I ,
are call
such was the to Richard Hayward rrqucse: : t> and settle their*
general of
sympathies human or W.
kick ttic !hull Sennit in the 'I 1 j between the friends CARTER,
; Potomnc, I tell you. ; of l'olon z8hon and the \Wh will either of tilt sub cribers.EDWARD.
nature that give to
Savs 1, Gineral, if there was no Sennit, nor no they could not stand by and sec: I II i| Abolitionists. These last had I February 8 1834 a wagoner good wages., LOCKU

HouCe of Representatives, and if all the laws was I with impunity an enemy unjustly trampled up-1, and uttered senti-nents promulgatedprinciples 263 w 22&i WILLIAM P.CR-U

knocked off exceptiu the second section, the government on, even though we were to be benetitted by .( ,treasonable the the most T HE Subscribers inform their friend and; The subscriber will continue to do bcsiJaesSOI .

would be simplified purty considerable, the arbitrary and vindictive tyranny. Every I i and to spirit of the Constitution ; thp public, that they have formed a met terms and solicits a continuance of custoffl'"n
; which, if once adopted, must produce can Ie friends: t'the t fate firm and the public grfTL'.
and could make l
smooth an
we work on it. lofty feeling of our nature recoiled at the I' copartnership, under the firm of
usurpation J30
Says the Giueral, Major, I have been audyin ; the evils dour immediate dissolution of the Union. A Mr. DUVJ1L ST ROUSE. I I. 1534 SStfJ EDWARD J..OCIElt.1ITIU. !!

that plan, but as I had some doubts how the rale his deformities enemy are forgotten Green, of the Oneida Institute, principal be sold on the first Monday *,k'
overlooked speaker They have
democracy of the COIK try would stand die change, and the maligned I in behalf Abolitionists, a bungler i ia the on hand, and are now opening adjoin V V ncx at public outcry in the todlf 0>
and persecuted nctim.S rescued ing post office, a General assortment" three n "TsL.it'
perticularly \inder Van's from the bis Drv vis: Lydia, Brtsy.Vj
management, }have required rgurnonts-whicb void
the opinion ia ritin of that grasp of its lawless assailant. This would be t are of all chasteness goods, Hardware, & groceries, all of which thev- merly the property of James Mills but t&F
true and
I the of or expressions, is reported to hive will sell low tor CASH, purchasers deed of trust to Thomas Balueil andtopayadebtdueioRicharijCamackan* /*
< l1n.'Amos Kindle, ou this and several otherubjecu. consequence the course pursued by the said, that the Constitution of the United States call and examine for themselves, are invited to '11&
executive towards the bank
and the .uth ion South
s Carolina. 21st
that sacred ALEX. Dee. 1533-
Oa this, the Gineral which had heretofore instrument which was boughtand FORMY DUYAL,
pulled out of hia pockett, a presented an unbroken sealed Feb. S, (i 63w) CANADA iHOMASBALiZESA3IPSON LTt12tt.1
p *r which, he said, had been carefully prepared, i front against the bank would raise it from the to posterity by the best and purest ROUSE. POPK. S

a: J rc
a. .r.s-: menu. The Giueral theu handed me the I been trampled,) and that covered Revolution-was, 'a Constitution fit only foi ALL Arsons indebted to the eitatt of VTiUian 1L' from ': O. with the following articles
vj. which read as follows with dust devils' !!I' dcc'd. are o '
p : requested to make immediate; Barrels Flour: : JO bbb whiskey: ?,
.. To aU and blood and w.unds, they would hold it aloft : : payment: Those having claims *
the faithful l, ta whom these presents The Commoa Council of Utica had against the said e s. Orleans Rtan: 5 bbb! Jamaica nun**'
s;.-H come, erecting: Know ye, that I, Amos Kic- and shake it at the President as a triumph of; the and taken J:: u ie, are required to present th-an id me without delAY ler : 30do.lard: 10 b.uscod3.s.3sperI: \ ,
matter and
"S dUi:, Fourth Auditor and Agent between the Treasury l- the laws of the country-of justice and ruac. I up adopted the following resolutions j are J are hereby noised, that unless said claims 21) bbis. mackirel: SO do potatoes: 10 do.
presented within
and all the Brinks virtue of the -wHch were laid before the H. of R.i: two years from this dale', they molasses.
by the request ot o mimity-over ungovernable! of will be foreYer barred.
.' -S thPresident of luese United l States, have, at his a malignant usurper. i on the Wednesday last, by Mr. Beardsloy, .ne of Feb. 8. 181.&. [263"'J JOHN: J. ADAMS ExV. Tea JLSO.in Caddies-Pin, Raisins Apple ,Cheese Almonds, Pepper CopeHaUaoo I"
S instance and Representatives York
by order, prepared\ und now proceed I do not pretend to : Gin
approach the Tongues &. Sounds Tobacco
beauty ,
S to read here; in the presence of t ms confidential his language-it was beautiful and At a meeting of the Common Council .f tae J. ADAMS New Orleans sugar, Soap, Sperm Oil,&*.
S friends, my opinion on several intricate e1pressivtam City of Utica January (-JTrOR.'EY .iT L.fW nails, cinnamon f
mat j. the highest degree. 10,1834. the foUowing ,) nutmegs, a an berries,U P
o. ters. Imagine a man of rnaI I- and HAS return2 from Quincy to AppaJachicoU Bay. All of which he will ytIJl8"R.B.
preamble resolutions dispose of at
; r' First, baa the Senate of the United States any I jestic air tall and well propotioned, (except were unanimously & will regularly attend the Courts held ai ii .
passed : a;
: S rigiiUut power to reject nominations nude by uie what appears to me an unusual) length V arm) Whereas certain of y the Court Quracj of and Marian ; and lie annual Cum _January llih 1834
individuals Appeals
Prrndei.t ? imagine, I say such a man with ail the now in our> I}Iresa'd lo him at T&ilxhassee. Letters ad- A
post ptU
city, are disturbing the %m attended to.
41 Ttir i blowing consideraUom will put power of Kean or Booth raise his arms togethcr peace of tho good citizens February 7th, 1'4. [i6 fj B.A.KI.IN (

!"ji furever to rest : prior to the last thII' a j if he bore the hank aloft and shake the thereof by inculcating sentiments w hich iw' OTIC-Sma1 s. v. S2
? ,. the r.-r-ule.it had on djvrrs occasions, app.)uiievtvi t -U the Vice Praaidt-nt. Van 3 we deem demoralizing in themselves, and little| J.\i Cmuity Court, at its mtt; wai for ppy to me .JTrGE.' Y jr L..fJr. -.JLLlilJS ..
appeared ne.st term, n thsch&.
to shrink '
DM"l tctic? alW I tney had b.'eu rejected the short (hf Treawn toward t auetid to lMmDeSconiJcd-
4 by the Grortmment of I ?LAdimmirtU>r on ih1 eute oR.'t.
*t 1M exhibition, ea if tbe Ctroliaa gtaai Uif ,at 1IIhich try: an' paactoalitT. Dicil
1Iaa Tula principle wa, tbco, direcUuirol*. in L* our c.untry.-Thref.m Fcbawr* accounts: 8th and votichers will be C.LbibUed. R
.t COlT Jr., Esquires.


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I I : ", ? *.tO'.t Q'i '

( tifl L. : kdft&yavigatebstMTh ., ,, -
LoEwIAi rpr.her J "' ita _
f 1ve1
P<o h ctive1MeaIoutinizan. 1:1: *I* cxt4ing- themse1vts of the cSast-a circdnMsBrvrBicHrendered : i i.m"rj-- -
*'V beea :
!J' to the Huron.
l and lake
: prcmpt iuccesful. -
. leanunJr a'COnspiracy? had been formed On c *nOt more than thirty British steamboats are the attempt extremely nice'and'haz.. 4!.... ..I Re

UA1LmAWJl !Bi) Seba StiantodeUver the place' up to the Carlista in St. m constant acid profitable? operation ; ani only S ardous. Both Pledges, however, succeeded I virme of three writs of Fiwi FZcia* to"me de-

fee FEBRUARY 15. proc aed thither with hIs troops, ,cauSed the Governor he belonging to American ports on the St. Lawreace, in gaining the shore, and were drawn up oj I I door JPlivered of, the Court, I thall House expose at the public sale be'ore the
ATURDAY, 'who and the lake. on 18th day of.
the March
was at the beach not without
head though
of the
shot conspiracy, to be The Welland great difficulty.T.? .h,1-1 th. right' title, claim and interest of Thoma
bjilrt of the Bank of Magnolia, wed sub and appointed another in hi* place. He had the Canal effects a junction (throngh Scarcely had they reached it, when part Wuison, In and to a Mill hoosd, and a Steam'Mill
, Charter sequently attacked and defeated a large !body upper peninsula) between lakes Erie of the ice frnm which they had just escaped I Machinery, Boilers, Bricks. Timber.and a few 'oola
is. will be amended, so as of the Carlists and Ontario, capable of vessels and other that
rs.jnd near Tolosa.: bearing having a burst asunder, and the water rushing from b.- ploperty, may be on the premises which
uo waterdrafl Thomas
its Tallahassee. of eight feet ; and the provincial T. Willison Bad any title to
. location at parliament neath it ; they will b*
mit I .From St. Ubes ad vices to the of the colonies have granted 70,0001 to instantly precipitated it into the ocean. sold to satisfy said judgment, in favour of Thomas

Edition imposed by the Legislative Council If. ), i ceived at Salem by the Gazette. 7th Nov. are re- construct a navigable canal around the rapids of In a moment, as if by a signal!, the whole mass I Westcott, Brown, and others, against Thomas T:

this grant is, that the redemption of its I The Miguelites were garrisoned the St. Lawrence. In order further to extend the i of ice for several miles a long the coast, and I precisely Willison! : Sole will commence at II eVlock, A. M"
at THOS.
Alcacer E.
,. D now in circulation, shall be provided for Sal, an inland post, about 18 miles from St. Ubes.de lake navigable: Ene communication between the ocean and extending as far as the eye could reach, began F cb.l5(27tds( ) By A. A.RANDOLPH FISHER[d., m
\ notes The Pedroites they have ordered different to break and be T m.
retained to to overwhelmed with
fk' "1t tbin ninety days. The President, Mr. Gor- all the principal: seaports possession, together of with St.the Ubes fleet., & I' be Welland made, and (if possible) the purchase surveys of the The spectacle was awfully grand. The waves.immense -: j' i: OTICE.-For BEAT OR &2LEthe

: or I'i.s making arrangements to comply wllhuoO The Miguelites had made canal from its present proprietors. Bv I ,
several of ice rising out of the
lib.nee. 8>!. U bes, and attempts to take 1 this means, Britain will be put in possession of aii ocean p MARIAN. HOTEL.
the charter. i Stitutionahsts had received were frequent. The Con- uninterrupted navigation to Erie fur steamboatsand clashing against one another, and then plunging At present occupied by JVfflS. BEEMJjf for condi

r (soldiers from large reinforcements of sloops of war ; and may perhaps obtain the in the deep with a violence which no language tions apply to WILLIAM A. M'KENZIE

-118, The case of Forbes & Co. has been called creased the England of and Belgium, and have in- command of the lakes and of the northern boundary I can describe, and a noise like the discharge Att'y. in l fact"for John T.B3rr.

ilcbICe.. up in the Supreme Court, and a motion made troops, ammunition strength and previsions.St. Ubes, by additional unless a counteracting energy be exhibited of ten thousand cannons, was a sight Mariannn' Florida, Feb. 15th 1834._. 27tf.

I- States' to general belief It was the by the Government Washington.. which must have struck the IvaJ Ol'lCB.r"veeks::: alter date application "vvlll'
op by the United Attorney postpone that hostilities would cease with the most unreflecting 1/1 be made by subscriber to the honorable tho

eta the trial until another year. The point his present campaign.-Boston Mer. Journal. LOSS BT mind with solemn awe. The brethren were I judge of the*County Court of Gadsden County for
hey WATER NYMPH overwhelmed with amazement at their miraculous letters of Administration, on the estate of Sherod M'Call
nay been argued in behalf of the claimants by LONDON FROM MACON FOR SAV.NNAII.Ve learn from the l, late of said -
Saturday Nov. county deceased.
-Since the escape, even
pilot of Esqui.
). Col. WhimIt is difficult to perceive why lication of yesterday's: there pub- this boat (a colored man) that said .boat pagan February 15, ((27tf.VILLIAl: B. McCALL.
report, maux
r. been no left Darien for Savannah expressed gratitude to God for their de-
on last
- Government should postpone the decision of pub he sales of produce nor have: the transactions o'clock with Sunday about 9 ,Iiv eranecm. NOTICE is hereby given that. shall apply to the :
trj.re.. of the day been at all important. The about 500 bales cotton on board.- 111 Judge of the County Court, for the County: of
ago ibis question from year to year, on grouud so the market corresponds however feeling of That on the night of that day immediately after -= Gadsden, f ur weeks from the date hcref for leave to

evidently trivial. There i is no more evidence state, as recorded with its improved crossing St. Catharine's sound, the boat was discovered MARINE HaTJP sell a tract of Land, belonging. '(o thft estate' of John :
yesterday, so 'far as it res- to be on fire on the boiler deck, and in tr : Callins, deceased. JO .A. ROBNSON, Ex'r. I
to be had at Havana relativeto pects Sugar, Coffee, and some other I F
t. of importance lon ial article ol' co less than ten minutes after, she was in a blaze.She .- 15th 1834 :l7t( I
" produce. '
'" Confidence PORTOi. .
I'tlEta. this case, and if there were, the present within the last few has revived greatly was run ashore on Miiligan's Island. -'-. \JARKS. ..- NOTICEAU! persons having demands against
days, and particularly since All the cotton burnt 1 the estate of r John Lines, dec'd. late
ihcic, is. the was with the exception ofabout ARRIVED-FEB. S. Gadsden
Government agent wholly incapable heavy
payments conscqucntupon the previous 200 bales Brig Rtsc, Lewis 25 County, are hereby required to them
large thrown over board, 150 of which days fr.i.n New York, to Kerr present legally
x performing the duty. speculations have been promptly met.Ve & Sturges, with m'dze. tt.authenticated, on or before the first of
- think also earned to sea, 48 passed down the Sound, t* J. B Peachy, Col. Murat, day May nect,
"' to here, that Cotton 4as seen its lowest and 2 picked: by Capt. We Lockerman & Craig, Kerr &Sturges, C. C. W.. ama, foVthe purpose of receiving& their respective dividends.
fit: CONGRESS i is still employed in the discussion point of depression, which it has reached with a stale that a up woman and her regietto child J. M. White, and Ambrose Crai*:. -..F cb. 15, ((27tf.) JON.ROBINSON, Ad'i*.
in. rapidity scarcely exceeded by the rise negro grand Schr. Washington. Swaim, from New Orleans DISTRICT COURT OF THE U. sJ'l'A'l'' .-
which ,
took owned
G. ol the Dep site question, and will prob- place}in the su mer.V c are not anticipating have been by burnt Messrs. Low, Taylor &. Co. of this city Bacon, Flour, & born to Kerr &. Sturges, J. B.Peachy, .... for the Middle District of Florida.
any to death. They were in the Co"kfsoffice I A. Crane, and the -
w continue until each member traction in master.
ally so shall have prices at all with llw ADMIRALTY )
- and
.- late had no opportunity to escape. The captain 10th.-Brig Susquehanna, Wilson, 21 fin. N.
advances Jacob J. Mti.beo
nor is it ys.
bad an opportunity to make a speech. soVe look ; desirable that it should be crew, and the other passengers (with the exception York, to H.. Lyon, with Salt and Groceries, to Kerr "' Libellant S

ment the forward, however, to some improve. I of the engineer and pilot,) 30 in all, went t. Sturges, J. B. Peachy, R.LyonL.Crook,A.Crane, against" 1 j Sur libel for

sal COTTON.-At the latest dates from Liver- steady upon demand.present value, and a renewal of on board the sloop Jackson, Capt. Deverger, from I I T.master.M'Carty, Smith & PuamorcV.. Wilson and the The Steam Boat" Baltimore, & | neers wages. Engi-

Icnt. Sunbury, bound to this port, but not yet arrived. John Jenkins, Claimant. Jl'fJi
. nod, the market was in a more favorable state \Ve CLEARED-FEB. 9.
learn that
was no insurance on the )TICK is hen by to said libellant
The Tallahassee given that the
con. French Colony of Algiers seems to be im boat, which was totally consumed. Most of the cotton Brig, and ilatioone, by R. Lyon, 304 bales: 1. leci-ee of said Court entered oa the 22d daV of

jar 'THE Union Bank of Florida: has been or- pr oving. A duty of four per cent is laid upon all I cotton, principally consigned to Messrs J. Stone & J. B. Peachy 103, A.hides Crane, by, and Kerr Smith& Sturges& Paramors, U. Lyon, Jamwy 1 1833, against said rcssfl, was on the 7th of
under the French or Algerine flag, Co. was insured. -Seplemoer; 1833, set aside ai.d vicaied by said Court
ff. (ranizud by the appointment of the requisite and eight percent. by iind the of execution i issued
c any The duties The engineer, Mr. Holland, whs has since reached process thereon cjimhed} ;
the Stock holders which! in 1330 produced F OitiN'KVnun.[ ..-, he brig H.U ;, and it was ordered that said be
Ii'ii. ofiicrrs by and the Executiu 5.9MJ., last year produ this city, confirms the above, and states that the causa considered open -
ifITh WM "
ccd ?JMSTEJl willhave for further
25.470The value of the proceedings, and that an issue be
aioidinj; to the torms of the charter. imports under the survivors had barely time tu escape. Capt. White I i made and the
British flag; sent chiefly from the Mediterranean I alone saved dispatch, for passigeI': up, cause proceed to hearing accord-
|ports] was about 32,5001.-Ball. any property-a trunk-the rest lost I: : -_- Only apply to I II j fl : to the practice and rules of Admirahj"andProctor

Fol'-:;>.:J j Extract received by the George Washing -- American. every thing.Sat'annah.Georgian.. I _F imt"'ry 5th, ((272'vv) KERR & STURGES. I he of said Libellant having deceased,the said
ton, at New York. : t Liuellant is notified, that, unless he constitute another-
-We understand that a duel was foughton Proctor in his stead, and file his replication tt the
STOCKHOLM, NO8.The French Am- We regret to have t to inform I 1 by KSiRll & STUttGES.{
our readers that claim and of sid John Jenkins
the of H i
morning the 26th nit. at Coosawatchie I : answer the Clerks
'sailor the M.irquis de St. Simon )has been the ((3D( BOXeS Collin's 4- Co. Axes
t-i : ; re-: account of the pacification of"the riot between Col.! BENJAMIN office of said Court at Quincy, Gadsden jnsaid
: among ALLSTON, and Col. ISAAC & *> Barrels Irish Potatoes county
TfiU cId: :: "v !"is government. He received a passporton the laborers on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal 1, W. HAYNE. The parties: engaged to fire, we are U.o; Bundles Hay.Feun.ary District on or before Monday the 5th day ofMay
tlj: oTrie\1t.\\ above and below Williamsport next at 10 o'clock A. M.-nnd duly proceed in
(Washington formed
at five Col. : 15th. 1834.
: shot in
cholera' is seriously on the increase in many c"nmty1d.: .) turns out to be premature. Since : both paces. was 27WF&TUriCE. said cause : We shall on the day last mentioned, or
!\.H r 1 of Norway. on which account the fronli"r the return of the Hagerstown volunteers thighs, we understand dangerously. Col -Six:) weeks alter date .ippl.eaiiuiiMU as soon thereafter as Coiiiisel ctin be heard, move said
with a liayne received the ball of his 1 1 be made to the
in the
antagonist JwtgenfthcCuutttyCurtofI4t dismiss
said libel with
; CourJ costs.
hut! several A number
on points. I of the
\ quarrantinc cs-; men under arrest fresh and t fatal tl > ; for
n letters
shy of Jounty, of
of his administration
part one which wound Dated
I thighs, we on the estate : Fc'orinry 1st, 1831.:
t4i.linent: ; : nas at Swinomiiiide. In hostilities have broken out, in the course of which I, are told, it is not thought will be attended with William Pritchard, late of said Ceiiuty deceased. J. WKSTCOT, Jr. ) Proctors for saidJ.E'.BOO'Ffl.
C.ir.v.inia: alone there were on the <3th 1MO 1 as : bv the any Fe'J.' 15th
cases appears following account: a number of t serious j tlcon\.enience.-Charleslon Patriot.A (27tf,) C.C.VILUU13.. 5Clair nc. -
5 ; dcid! ] and 17G cured. _
; j lives have been lost.-Nat. Intel. DISSOLUTION To the said Jacob J. .Maibte and \

r 4Tlic lias Gottcnburg enrolled Ca S.:; .r.iety tlin Ross of Science and Litenture WILLIAMSPORT, (Md.) January 18. South Carolina paper states; that lIr.lI'Duf.fie COPARTNERSHIP OF COPJ1RT.N'ERSIIIP.'I"IH heretofore all_others___h'_.whom_.___it__may_concern. ) __
,> : riicimrnk'rof exiiii
among% I- Since the foregoing event, irreal commotion has intends to retire from the firm .- g
its mcmbnrs.: The Swedish order which : Congress at the expiration L >f 1_"' IYI"4-\.N9 ST.VTKLOTTERY
existed among! the hands. Very little work has of ins term and intimates
present it
Jie, is S.IK to nave woni when dining with the been done may m a uait':!l C1J.i
and a state of alarm and warlike be for the purpose of serving the State in its Executive )
K1I: .! If!'K'igland, must hive been the Order of theSiV'iiJ. has taken its place. On Thursday prepar.1tiulls last Chair. is this day'Jissolved. Robert d. JMihcr having; pur *

Kr wlucn he received after the battle of Ilatan: we are informed, a party of Corkonians committed, chasctlthe entire stock, is alone authorised LO settle] CLASS NUMBER THREE, FOR 1834.
i., whit he served as flag Captain. I excesses,; along the line above this place. Yes Cholera.-It has been the debts. R. s. MILLER, Approved by Wm. [R. Stuart, Edward Hughes, &
tel- ascertained
.t! PAilS, 2-2d Nov.-Note rttelvcd by crprrss.General .- tlay! morning a :bmall' : by a series of Feb. 15, ((27tf.) p. H. J. IS. Williams, Commissioners.
party: were seen in hARLEY.'l'
Siarsfield, after having pursued Merinoftrgewnil this ,place, : from above, and' were met approaching experiments air England that the weight of atmospheric ; o be drawn at Baltimore, oa Tuesday, the 11th day
: days, gave him battle I ; and completelyrHc.itcd duct and l driven back on the Aque was considerably greater during the prevalence THE undersigned having purchased the ENTIRE of February, 1834, at four o'clock, P. M.
: him at Bclorado. He has: taken; 700 or in the by an opposing party of their of the Cholera! in that: country than usual. debts, &c. .)f R. S. MILLER, & Co., GC; Number Lottery, 10 Drawn Ballots.
countrymen town. In this affray By which it would will continue the business
one that
man appear some heavy foreign under his own name. foCHE: IE-
8H( and the number of killed: is
I: prisoners. :Merino, has taken: refuge in the vrry.g"U. was very seriously beaten) and wounded. The body had been diffused through the lower regionsof Feb. 15, ((27tf.) R. S. MILLER.FOUR 1. . .. .. 820,000. .. ..... ..$20,000
DJ ol' \ji\a. province citizens of the \ with commendable! alacrity, the atmosphere about that period, and was i in U-NOTICE.-4o 1. . . ... .5OOJ .. .. .. ... .. .. 5'rJW,!

D'L' soon put themselves in military order, under arms some; way connected with that disease.Lowell: I . . _.. .. 3,000 .. ..... .. .. : ,OoO
: Gen. :.S.iarafleld; in marching upon Vittoria ; emth" i for the protection of the peace, and remained un Journal. weeks at'ter date application will be made: 1. .. .. . .2Dull. .. .. ... ... ,Uu7

'L'b I5tu, lie was at ho.-Ind.cateur nf the)' : der arms for the balance: of the day, and the Judge of the County Court of Leon County : 1 . . .. .. .1336. .. .... ... .. _. 1,336

,. ... :Jd''i! of Nov.T.i'e greater }part of the night. TIlE COTTON- Hall for d..c'd.leave to sell a part of the real estate William 5, . . . .1,000. . ....... .. ,O4JO

Journal! ties Debates nnwvinccs that Aus- I. This scene was soon followed MARKET. JOHN C. HALL, > 10. . . ... .. 500. .. .. ... .. .. ..5,000
ItIf: trn, Prussia, and Russia have signed an offensive I refilled in a disastrous battle by another which AUGUSTA, Feb. 1. .-Feb.--15, ((27tf.) WILLIAM HALL. \SAd mrs 10 I .. . . .. 300. . .. .. .... 3.000

.JI,'. : ut i defensive treaty respecting Poland ; that in : A of Fardouns and several death Cotton has improved a little during r!.e List week, NI W lilPll!) l? l lmJBMp 10. . .. ... 2 O. .... ... .... 5,000
e tiit- event of revolt/m of the old party or Longfords, consisting I of and sales are now making at 8 1.2 a 10 1.2 cents. 24 . .. .. . 150 ... .. ... .. 3,600
any part King- AND
\, do,n of PotanJ each ol'the) three hundred men, headed by intrepid The greatest part now otluring is composed of mixed 5C E . .. . .. .. 100...... .. .. _.. 5,'*005C
U powers is to !'l lnnre. leaders, were announced as approaching from be- lots;;, and brings 9 a 9 1.4.V t: are still without LATEST FASHIONS. . . .. . 50. .. .... .. .. ....2,800

13,000 men, (together 45,000'men ;) tl'at l OW. Their design, they stated to be, to pass up later accounts from Europe-the l latest being 5 6. .. . . . 40.. .. . . .... 2,210

'; a.bn.iNtritive: : and other reform may be granted: 1, tli.Imp of the canal to the upper dam, for the: of the 28th of November.-Chronicle. II. A. PI.E 5 6. . . . . 30. .. ... ...._..'1,6SO

hut t>iat: nothing like nn independent kingdom of purpose of exhibiting their strength, and not to RSOV & CO. 56 . ... .. ... 25. .. .. .. ... .. 1,400

lI'I I Poland will even be heard of by the three:powers.Tie Commit a breach of the unless attacked. Ground MERCHANT TAILORS, 112 l . .. .. . .20. .. .... .. .. .. 2,210
" peace, Swell in the Polar R'giol1s-The i ice in the!] . .. . .. .
: Polonaise: paper in the cause of the revolutionists armed in SUCCESSORS 21S4 10. .. .. . .. 21S40(
They TO
o were with R. II.
of Poland, published! in Paris part guns, but principally i- polar regions accommodates itself to the surface 1V OLLEY Co.'ITOULD 15400. . . .. . .5. ... . .. 77,000
serves i up'! [ with helves, clubs, &c.
a fch! tale! of Russian They passed up by bending ; but uhcn several yards in respectfully inform their customers9'Y --
atrocities in that ill fated
) C11JltrThe ; quietly over the uqueduc, and on their way, as thickness it refuses to yiold and the public generally, that. they have' 13040 Prizes,. .. . . .... ... .. S164.37G
: : )following is said be beyond a certain
to an extract we learn, three or four hundred of the removeil their
more ameparty establishment to the store recently In the above Scheme, formed by the Ternary combination -
of .
letter from extent and it is broken in
, : Warsaw, dated: November 5tli :- l fell into their ranks. At the upper dam, ina pieces with dreadful occupied as the office of the "FloriJi n," on Jef j:: of 66 numbers. making 45,760 tickets, and

: Three of the confederates of Dziewicki, who field on the other side of Middlekauff's, they explosions. The best account that we knowof ferson-street, four doors' West of the Post Office: the drawing of 10 ballots, there will be 120 Prizes:

has poisoned) himself; have been shot Warsaw, met the enemy in battle array, drawn up on the the appearances presented on <;;uch an occasion where they have opened their fresh Stock of i ach having three of the drawn numbers en them ,

in the public! place of execution without the walls. top of a hill, about 300 in number, and armed, in is given by a party of Murovian Missionaries FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting ofa 2.520, each having two of them on : and 15,400, each
"J They all died with a display! of courage and firmness part with military who handsome assortment of having one, only, ofthem on : and also 27,720 tickets,
I weapons. were engaged in a very
homing( that their deaths might he useful to : The information have is expedition having none of the drawn numbers on, being blanks.
their we the attack or on the ice along the northern shoreof cla :a9 JJ. aUlan.aJ: To determine the fate of these prizes and blat.ks the
unhappy country. Olkow.ski, in particular: at least a challenge; to the combat :)
was made 1 by
sawed Labrador, with sledges drawn 66 numbers, from 1 to 66 inclusive, will be severally
self command. While his dogs. VEST1NGS AND
great F.d.NCY.dRTICLES
on way> the latter of shot
party. Volleys: !
exchanged wheel the of the
; placed m a day drawi.ig,and Ten
to execu'.ion: he gathered up a handful: of the soil, some men were seen to fall, and the party abo SICbegan They narrowly escaped destruction from one of gentlemen's: dress, of the moot fashionable c 0o> f them will he drawn out at random: and that ticket
and cxci iuicl-"For this we have f fought for this fall back of those occurrences, and were near enoughto lour h and combination
to and disperse before the superiorforces :: style, viz : having on it as a 1st 2d and 3d drawn
we are willing to" die!' The tombs of these young of their enemy. A pursuit ensued through! : ; witness ell its grandeur. \Y Q extract it g Q numbers from the wheel), will be entitled to the capital

kroes have became objects veneration to 1 the the wood*, where frequent firings was heard, andno from the lecent interesting compilation of the Superfine Blue prize of $20,000
Superfine Brown
people; who strewed flowers and garlands ) doubt lives Dr. That ticket having on it the 4th 5th and 6th
uponthem. many were taken. Persons'to Brown, on the History of the Pr 0pugttmon Black, Olive Green
6 drawn numbers to
Many women havc compromised: them traversed the field the battle observed "
selves. after teas over, ; Christianity.; The missionaries meta InvsilleGreen Steel-Mixed, That ticket having on it tho 7th 8th and 9th
young lady named Helen Newakow.ska; five men in the agonies of death who had been shot .' "
with Adaiaide "
has received 200 sledge Esquimanx, turning in from the Drab, &c. drawn numbers, to 3,000(
to some: unfortunate{ stripes, for having sent provisions through the head; several dead bodies were seenthe in sea, who threw out some hints that it might be q J.ql 1f lll m That ticket having on it" the 8th 9th and 10th
insurgents who dying woods and nvniber
were a wounded in every direction. drawn numbers, to 2,000
: mni hunger in the woods. The horrible punlthmcnt i: Those who observed the battle, describe it as well for them to return ; after some time, Superfine" Black Blue, I I iSuperfine u" Fancy Colors, That ticket having on it the 2d 3d and 4lH

was inflicted in one of the barracks at Li li- as one of great rage and most deadly violence- their own Esquimaux hinted that there was a Leopold, drawn numbers, to 1,335
: !lin, to the) sound of military music ; and to render All the deaths and wounded are reported to have ground swell under the ice. It was then D!ab, | Carded, &c. Those five tickets having on them the 3d 4th

it more Revere, they afterwards shaved her head, been of the Corkonians. scarcely perceptible except on lying down and WD RMg.fB and ';th, 5th 6th and 7th, 6th 7th and 8th, 7th
. and! Sth and 10th 7th 9th and 10th each
confined her in a convent, and no one can tell Abaut ten o'clock last night the victorous: party and applying the ear close to the ice, when L a Splendid Velveteen, 1,000
Those tickets them
when ten having on the 1st 2d
she Fine and black
will plain Florentine
"The be released. returned, and passed quietly through this place, hollow, disagreeable, grating noise was heard fig'd and 4th, 1st 2d and 5th, 1st 2d and fth, 1st 2J
wife of Orlow.->ka has been condemned to after halting a few minutes in one of the public ascending from the abyss.-\Iaine Fig'd fancy coloured do. and 7th, 1st 2d and 8th, 1st 2d and 9th, 1st 2d
receivr 500 stripes, for having sheltered one of herrel.in.iiis. streets, to their respective sections and shantees: Journal. white and fte'd' Valentias, and 10th. 1st 3d and 4Ui, 1st 3d and 5tn, 1st 3d
:She entreated that punishment might below the town. Quiet was restored for the balance Plain, white & fig (I Buff'Marseilles, Sec.Flam and 6th, each 500

, he inflicted' publicly Warsaw, in order that it of the night. ** As the motion of the sea under tile i ice: 4J.Nl g g 11A.7P l?g lJl m!) Those ten tickets having on them the 1st 3d

nIght inflame the courage of the patriots. This We I ave thus attempted merely a sketch of the had gr.wn more percQptible, they became i alarmed 1- and pleted Satin Stock*, and 7th, 1st 3d and 8th, 1st 3d and 9th, 1st 3d
fav-r, however denied and think it Do. do. Bombazine do. and 10th. lit 4th and 5th, 1st 4th and 6th, 1st
being her, on the day her horrid barbarities committed in this neighbourhoodthrough began to prudent to keep' '
7th 1st 4th and !th 1st
4th and 4th and 9th
sentence was to have been executed she wasTound the week' close Do. Velvet do. ,
past The public peace has : to the shore. The ice also had fissures Ut 4th and 10th, e- ch 300

; deuiUa..' her prison, having f forced pins into her bo- been outraged, and the civil authorities contemned. in many places, same of which formed chasmsof Fine Horseskin Gloves, Those ten tickets having on them the 1st 5th

om. It remains 'lor the officers of justice to take one or two feet ; but these are not uncommon Buckskin' Silk and Linen Gloves, and 6th, 1st Slh and 7th, 1st Sth and 8th, 1st Sth
THE SPANISH INSURRECTION. the necessary steps to repair these gross violation Gum Elastic& Nett Suspenders, Hosery, &c. and 9th, 1st 5th and 10th, 1st 6th and 7th, 1st
its best
and the
in; state
The papers are: filled with details of the servile oft lie law. e\cn dogs easily The subscribers:: would return their sincere thanksto 6th and 8th, 1st 6th and 9th, 1st 6th and 10th,

war in Spain, equally confused and perl>lexing.- POSTSCRII'T.-Since writing the above, a principal leap over them ; they are frightful only tostranrrers. their customers lor past favours, and hope by 1st 7th and 8th, each 200

\ It is only possible to gather that no material change leader of the parties has been arrested for ex As the wind rose to a storm i the: their assiduity and strict attention to business, still Those twenty four tickets having on them the

has taken place in the general aspect of affairs. Insurrections amination. The Volunteer Companies have arrived swell bad now increased so much that its effectson to merit and receive a generous share ol patronage 1st 7th and 9th, 1st 7th and lOth, 1st 8th and
9lh 1st 8th and 10th 1st 9lh and 10th 2d
are continually breaking out, in variOU.i from Hagerstown, commanded by Col. 'V m. the ice were extraordinary and really al ar- and having constantly in their employ first and,5th,2d 3d and 6th,, 2d 3d and 7lh,2d, 3d and 3d

directions, which are easily quelled by the H. Fitzhugh, who is also sheriff of the County; ming. The sledge: instead gliding s.nooih- rate wommen, they will guarantee to those who Sth, 2d 3d and 9th, 2d 3d and 10th, 2d 4th and -

Queen troops, when they arrive at the points of and are not in readiness to aid the civil authority. ly along on an even surface: sometimes I ran may please to favour them with their orders, that !5th, 2d 4th and 6tb, 2d 4th and 7th, 2d 4th and

action. The British Government had formally ac- \n express has been despatched to the Seat with violence after the dogs and sometimessoemcd they shall be executed at the shortest notice andn ith, 2d 4th and 9th, 2d 4th and 10th, 2d 5th &

knowledged Donna Isabella: and the Government Government f for a sufficient regular fnrce, to be nst durable and fashionable styles. They likewise 6th, 2d 5th and 7th, 3d 5th and Sth,2d Sth and m

of the._queen. Regent.. M. Villiers, the Britishreceived : sent on-and stationed here, or at other suitable with difficulty to ascend the rising hill, I keep constantly on hand, a general asc rt- 9th,2d 5th and 10th,2d 6th and 7th,2d 6th and
: noises, too, were now heard in j rnent fashionable t Clothing of almost des- Stheach 150
4.&III1'uer, his new instructions on the otn points along the line of the Canal to preserve order distinctly many every
of November, and presented them on the 6th.- among the laborers, and for purposes of gene- diriections, like the reports of cannon, from scription, viz: All others with three of the drawn'numbers

De"lJ3tches from Madrid, dated the 13th Novem- ral protection.-Banner. tho'our tlO of the ice at o distance. Alarmed Drab, Steel-Mixed and Petersham Overcoats: on, (being 56,) each 100
Those 56 tickets having on them the 1st and
ber Cloth and Camlet!
had been received by the French Government at this tinghtful phenomenon, our travell irs 2d drawn numbers, each 50

011 HIP 2Qth, at which daieit was not known in the From the American Sentinel. drove with all haatu towards the shore, and L as Dress Flannel, Frock Coats and Coa tees, Those 56 tickets having: on thzm the 3d and

Srul1l\; capital whether or not General Saarsfield, The Canadas are rapidly improving during the they approached it the prospect before thorn Shirts and Drawers, 4th drawn, eich .* 40

Whose army had been reinforced, had achieved any few years past; not only from the luxury & wealthof the ice burst loose Super Beaver: Hats and fine Cloth Caps, See. Those 56 tickets having.on them the 5th and
tremendous '
was ; having The subscribers offer
thing filf f class goods:: and services 6th drawn, each 30(
importance. Don Carlos had been the emigrants who settle there, but from
claimed: in Valencia by a body of insurgents pro-, a- the liberal policy of the British and colonial government. trutn the rock, was tossed to and fro, and L broken on the most accommodating terms, anti will o/- Those 56 tickets having on them the 7th and
iutw a thousand the precipices ways make a liberal deduction for CASH. 8.h drawn, each 25
to between pieces against
mounting !
200 and 300 men, but who, Jealousy or rivalry will indeed compelthe
Tallahassee Nov. 1st 1S33. Those 112 tickets having on them the Sth and
been with dreadful noise, which added I to ,
surrounded by the Queen's troops, policy to be commesurate with that of our own 9th, or the 9th and 10th drawn, ach 20
subsequently hid down their arms. The Royalist Government ; nay, it has already compelled it to the raging of the sea, the roaring of the wind, NEWlUoDS.H. All others with two of the drawn numbers on,

the Volunteers, who had l left Valencia in order to raise be on a more enlarged and enlightened scale than and the driving of the snow, so completely (being 2,181)) each 19

population, had failed in that object, and dis has been displayed towards any other separate overpowered them as almost to deprive themof A. PIERSON &- Co. have by late arrivals: received And all tickets having one,only,of the drawn

persed. member of Britain. the use of.both their and ears. additions te tneir Stock, viz :- numbers on them, (being I;),400,) each 5

'r:1e: accounts from Bilboa are of the 16th of No- Hence it is that ever since our last war with make the land eyes the Superfine blue, black, invisible green and claret; No ticket which shall have drawn a prize of asupe.
vember, when the Carhsts were still in possession, England, many commercial to.vns (approaching I'D now. was only recourse brown Cloths ; superfine black double milled Cas- nor denomination can be entitled to an inferior 'prize.

and Irving to raise a new loan of 60,000They the character of cities,) have ,sprung up on the that remained ; but it was with the utmost simere, fine mixed .Torino ditto; black and olive Prizes payable forty days after the drawing and<

were, htwevtr, behaving with greater mildness to Canadian shores of 'the' lakes and the circumjacent difficulty tbat the frightened dogs could green Crape Camlets: : ; black Bombazine;'fine blkSilk subject to the YATES usual deduction: & :d'INTYRE of fteen p-r cent. .

th e..ate authorities of the plact>, who still remained rivers, from the enterprise and industry of the be driven forward and as the whole body ot Velvet ; fine brown and fancy coloured I)ril- : S. Gregory,,Contractor.Managers.D. 1

n (J"ISO The capture of A French vessel by English, Scotch, and Irish emigrants, and the protection the ice frequently sunk belo.v tho SU.U.01t 0'> iingqwoitehirseiUes Vests and Veaunjjs, Stocks;:!, Baltimore, January 23: '1931. .

the.HH rgenu* {privateers w nlLV denied. On the or assist: mcc of the colonial government.- the recks, and men rose above them, the only I Linen Bosoms, Collars, &c. &c. ;O TICKETS in the abw LOWERYorja 4*

WIe. it appears that iu this quarter, affairs were Tiiese.", have-"now- populated- ... westward' '' as wr- as the time tor landing wpa.. .it tho moment it gained February 14th. 1834. L2 1U] this office.. -, ...'.0I -;, .... tl


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, r- j DINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. tkUksnZ war- at,rat tMc 31ouBt 1eeti.from"f'd: committee" reported ti_'"_ Jtitute for ii eid !Ian, Iking the rum expend*. bj the=e camiu _K:to'"

-' n. Hobsa met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum bfll entitled An act to amend an act. entitled. aD act to- to and returning from Magaoha, and that be bathe .. .
TTfiD.VfiSD.JF, FEBRUARY 5 *, 1834. being resent, the journal yesterday's proceedings.. provi A for holding an election for Delegate to Congress same!in his account for coatiagent e expenses t5*
The House sent Session of the Conned.Which l**
: met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum read.Mr. from this Territory, members of the Legislative Council
I being present the journal of yesterday's proceedings was WARD gave notice, that he will on a future day and certain other officers-passed February 13tb, 1833." WM read, (the rule being uai&imoQsly i I

read.Mr. ask leave to introduce a bill, U amend the revenue act of Which was agreed to by the House. by the House,) the said Resolution was on hit

President! kid before the House the following 1832.Mr. Mr. FOMES moved to amend said bill, by adding at adopted.

,.'. '" Communication, to wit :- GREEN gave notice, that he will on a future day, the ead of the 4th section thereof as follows, to wit :- Mr. Riz; from the committee en Claims mads fa"- \ ,

\ ask leave to introduce bill, amendatory of the Act Incorporating tC But this restriction shall not extend to officers of the lowing Report. to wit : *

h. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, > the Central Bank, so far as to permit the establishment -I L Array and Navy who claim this Territory as their rest-. The Committee OB Claims to whom.. ref

TALLAHASSEE, February 4th, 1834. > of a Branch of said Bank at Appalachicola. dears, and who have permanent interests as other citi communication of the Executive: of the 26th.uIL,'t tI "

, Mr. SMITH to notice asked and obtained amend- with the account of Horatio P. Vase, fcr
Sir-An important and material variance has been discovered pursuant previous zens." The yeas and mays being called on said services,
leave to introduce a bill, entitled *' An Act for the Messrs. Forbes and Ward were Mr. President as a Clerk in the Executive Office in 1828 ; have had' l
i between the Act of the last Session of the Coun- ment by yeas "
cil, entitled An Act regulating Interest," es PUBLISHED relief er Douglass Dummett"-which was read the first Messrs. Blount, Forboa and Ward, 4-Nays, same under consideistion and ask leave to make the 1 I s i

" time and laid on the table. Messrs. Bird. Bullocb Chandler, Gautier, Green, lowing REPORT.- feH
and the original enrolled hill on file in the Secretary's Of- Dupont
Also bill entitled An Act for the relief of Thomas The account of the claimant is
a founded
Kirkland McKinney, Priest, Riz, open I
fice. Mooring
?. By an accidental error, either of the copyist, proofreader servic*
Douglass District of East Florida"-which was in that office at time when the
Attorney rendered a
t or printer, the word "six" is substituted in the Smith, 13. So the said amendment is lost. Secretary
t'! last clause of the first section in the publication for the read the first time and laid on the table. Mr. GREEN moved to amend said bill, by adding at the Territory, Mr. McCarthy, was absent and detained?

word EIGHT" contained in the original] bill. Th. Cotw- Mr. ROBIHSON, pursuant to previous notice, asked and end of the 4th section,the following, to wit--" Provided, sickness at the North--and the accumulation of buaioeq 1
obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An Act for deprive such, as t. render the employment of
.: cil should adopt some measures to correct the errors 4* that nothing herein contained, shall be construed to was a Clerk india.
r.r.: which have doubtless been occasioned thereby during the the relief of Isaac Nathan, and others"-which was read any officer or soldier of the United States' Army pensible. The justice of the claim, therefore, cannot b '
and made the order of the day for a second reading on doubted at the same time, committee
past year throughout the Territory. or seamen of the United States Navy, who may ; your are of '*,*

f Very respectfully, your most obedient servant to-morrow. "had rights of citizenship in this Territory at the change nion, that the claim should have been presented and paid j

1 WM. P. DUVAL. Mr. McEilfNON, pursuant to previous notice, asked I '' of flags, from his full and just participation in all such out of the appropriations for defraying the expenses> of
and obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled ** An Act The and called said that the committee cannot recommend
Hon. John Warren, President of the Council. I "rights. yeas nays being on year; a payment
to provide for the permanent location the seat of Justice I amendment by Messrs. Green and Smith, were yeas of the claim out of the Territorial treasury, for the obrio

[ Which was read and referred to a Select Committee- of Walton county and to repeal a certain Act therein I Messrs. Blount, Bullock, Gautier, Green, MeKinnon, reason that there are claims to a considerable amount due us

Messrs. Ward Dupoat & Forbes were appointed thereon. mentioned"-which was read the first time, and made the Mooring and Smith, 7-Nays, Mr. President, Messrs. from the Territory, which cannot be paid for want of fund

; Mr. GREEN, pursuant \to previous notice asked and order of the day for Saturday next. I Bird, Chandler, Dupont Forbes, Kirkland, Priest, Riz, and for the ultimate payment of which we have to rely o,

'" obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled u An Act to Mr. CHANDLER gave notice, that he will to-morrew ask Robinsan and Ward, 10. So the said amendment is lost. our own resources ; nor can they rwnmmend it to be

? Incorporate the Tallahassee Jockey Club, for the ira'provemeot I leave to introduce a hill, to be entitled "An Act amendatory Mr. DuPo.NT moved to recommit the bill with a viewto paid out of the appropriation for defraying the expe 1sea

< : ef the breed of horses"-which was read by I of the Act of Incorporation of the city oi Key West" amend the section which requires, that the Election of the present Council, believing as they do, that strict! I c 1

.< its title, and made the order of the day for a second read- i, Also, that he will on a future day, ask leave to introduce I should be held in May-The yeas and nays being called economy will be necessary to confine our expenses with

'- ing on to-morro a bill, to be entitled An Act to prevent the future mi by Messrs. Ward and Green, were yeas Mr. President, the limits of the contemplated appropriation or the pre.

i Mr. DuroNT gave notice, that he will on a future day, gration of Free Negroes & Mulattoes, into the Territoryof I Messrs. DuPont, McKinnon, Priest and Ward, 5-Nays, sent Session. The committee, therefore, recommend tit

f ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled It An Act to Florida. I Messrs. Bird, Blount, Bulloch, Chandler, Forbes, Gautier, adoption of the following Resolution :

; ;; Incorporate the Quincy Presbyterian Church." Also a bill, to be entitled An Act to define the Northern : Green Kirkland, Mooring, Riz Robinson and Smith, 12. Resolved, That our Delegate in Congress be request

i'j Mr. WARD gave notice, that on a future day, he will boundary of the county of Monroe." So the said motion is lost. The rule of the House being ed to procure the passage of a law, making an appropria.tion .

t ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled "An Act to Also, a bill, to be entitled An act amendatory and in I waived, the said bill was read a third time and put on its for the payment of the account of he said Horatio

t establish a Ferry over the Ocklocknce river, at or near addition to the act incorporating" the La Fayette Salt final passage-the yeas and nays being thereon called by P. Vass, and that in order to aid him in effecting this object .

f j;: W right's landing. Company at Key West. 'Messrs. Forbes and Chandler were yeas Messrs. Bird, the Chief Clerk of this House be directed to forty aid

i Also a bill, to be entitled "An Act directing the mode Also a bill, to be entitled" An act for the relief of 'Blount, Bulloch, Chandler, Gautier, Green, Kirkland, forthwith to our Delegate in Congress a copy of tfcjj

"., of instituting Suits against Corporations. Richard W. Cussans. 'MeKinnon, Mooring, Priest, Riz, Robinson and Smith, Resolution with the accompanying documents. '

iii. Mr. WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained Also, a bill, to be entitled An act for certain purposes 13-Nays, Mr. President, Messrs. Dupont, Forbes and Respectfully submitted,

leave to introduce a bill, entitled \n Act to therein expressed. Ward, 4. So the said bill is passed-Ordered that the title JAMES RIZ, Chairman.

amend an Act, regulating the mode of proceeding in At- I Mr. SMITH gives notice, that he will on a future day of be as before stated.A Which was read-on his mation, the sa :1 Report

li..' tachment."-which was read, and on motion of Mr. Gau i the session, ask leave to introduce a bill, to change the bill, entitled '* An act giving a Lien to Mechanics in agreed to, and the rule of the House being unanimous wag]

tier, referred to the Judiciary Committee. i times of holding the several terms of the Superior Courtin I certain cases," was again taken up in Committee of the waived, the Resolution therewith reported, was adopted 1
J}E Mr. President laid before the House a communication and for the several Counties of East Florida. ,
1 I ole-Mr. Smith therefrom, reported progress, and asked Mr. BLOUNT from the committee on Enrolled Bill,
from his Excellency the Governor containing nominations :I A bill, in addition to the several acts regulating judicial i leave to sit again, which concurred in by the House. reported as correctly Enrolled, An act to incorporate |

J. I -the door being closed-the said communication, proceedingsandA .: An engrossed bill, entitled An act to incorporate a Bank in the county of Jackson"-which was signed b ,
:' as follows, to wit : bill to Incorporate the Athenaeum uf the city of St. Bank in the county of Jackson," was read the third time the President of the Council.A ]

! EXECUTIVE OFFICE, i Augustine.Mr. i and put on its passage : the yeas and nays being thereon bill to suppress frauds in Banks, was postponed, u4 J
.! I utrazsrt, FESCARRT 5th, 1834. ) GREEN, pursuant to previous notice, asked and called by Messrs DuPont and Chandler, were yeas Mr. made the order of the day for Monday next.
i obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act for I I Presiden' Messrs. Bird, Blunt Builoch Chandler, Gau- bill the
Die A to incorporate Jacksonville Rail Road Com.p .
President the Council
of Legislative : the effectual
of frauds in the
: more suppression manage- I tier Green, Kirkland, Mr.Kimun, Mooring, Priest, Riz, (<*ny was read a second time, when the house went into
Sir-I nominate William R. lHackley, Judge ment of Banks"-which was read and made the order ol Robinson Ward DuPont
and 14-Nays, Messrs. Forbes, committee thereon Mr. Riz from said committee reported
County Court Monroe county. the day for a second reading on to morrow and 17 copiesare and Smith, 3. So the said bill is passed-Ordered that progress, and asked leave to sit again, which -
M. Wells Auctioneer of ordered to be written.
Charles said
the title be as before stated. agreed to by the II ouse.
i s The member from Monroe has requested an opportunity Mr. DuPoNT, pursuant to previous notice, ask and ob- The House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock. Mr. Riz, asked and obtained leave, the rul-
to transmit the commissions this morning. tained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act to incorporate being
waived for that purp'ose introduce
i to a Preamble and Re.
j; WM. P. DUVAL. the Presbyterian congregation at Quincy"I FRIDAY, FEnRU. RY 7th, 1834. t
j solutions-which were read, and laid on the table and
'* Wag read, and the House consented to and advised the I which was read and ordered for a second reading on to- The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum to-morow.
; said appointments: therein named-when the door was morrow. being present, the journal of! yesterday's proceedings was A bill entitled "An act to provide for the compleb'oj I

r again opened. i Mr. WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and ob- read. of the Court House in the county of Duval, was readthi

Mr. GREEN presented the petition of Wm. Montford- ,. tained leave to introduce the following billsA bill, enli- Mr. GREEN gave notice that he will on to morrow ask second time ; the House went into Committee thereon

whic WAS read and referred to a Select Committee titled an Act to establish a Ferry over the Ocklockneeriver leave to introduce the following Bills ; Mr. Gautier therefrom, reported the bill amended, which! ; ,

>t 1\1 t"ti8rS. Green, Bird and Riz were appointed thereon. at or near Wrighta landing-which was read, and A bill, entitled II A act amendatory ef the Charter of was agreed toby the House, the rule being waived,the '

i Mr. WARD presented the petition of John Roberts, ordered for a second reading on to-morrow. the Merchants & Planter's Bank of Magnolia." said bill was read a third time s/id put on its the

'1 praying a divorce-which was referred to a Select Committee Also, a bill, entitled An Act directing the mode o!f A bill, entitled "An act for the relief of Wm. Mont- yeas and nays being thereon required by Messrs.passage Forbes;

Messrs Ward\ Gautier and Priest were appointed instituting Suitsvagainst. Corporations"-which was read, ford. and Ward, were yeas Mr. President. Messrs. Bird, BuJ.

thereon. and ordered for a second reading on Saturday, and 17 co- A bill entitled An act for the relief of Benj. Byrd loch, Chandler, DuPont Gautier, Green, Kirkland, Me.Kinnon .

Mr. BULLOCH offered a Resolution, which was read and pies are ordered to be written. and Robert Larkins. Mooring, Riz, Robinson, Smith and Ward, 14-

i laid on the table until to-morrow. Also, a bill, entitled An act to provida for the completion V bill entitled ,' An act to provide for the election of Nays, Messrs. Blount Forbes and Priest, 3. S. tho

!lr. DuPoflT, from the committee on Internal Improvements of the Capitol"-which was read, and referred to Governor by the people of this Territory." said bill is passed-Ordered that the title be as before ,

. to whom had been referred a bill to lucorpo the committee on Finance Mr. BLOUNT gave notice that he will on to-morrow stated.

rate the Jacksouville and Tallahassee Rail Read Cernpa.nreported Also a bill, entitled An act to provide for tbe completion : ask leave to introduce the following Bills :-A bill, to be The House went again into committee en bill ent
+ the same to tbe House with amendments- of the Court House in the county of Duval"-which 'entitled U An act t. amend the Act incorporating the city I II tied ** An act giving a Lien to Mechanics in certain >

1 ,ir.i! and said bill, on motion of 1lr.Vard, is made the order was read, and ordered for a second reading on to-morrow. I of Pensacola." .' A bill, to be entitled ** An act to incorporate ses." Mr. Smith therefrom, reported and asked ca.

of the day for to-morrow and 18 copies are ordered to be Also a bill, entitled An act to incorporate the Townof the Florida, Alabama and Georgia Rail Road Com leave to sit again on Monday next, which progress was, agreed too

.t written. JacksonviJIeu-which was read, and ordered for a se pany." A bill to be entitled An act to amend an Act t by the House.

e A bill, entitled II An Act for the relief of Benjamin G. cond reading on tomorrow.Mr. incorporate the Pensacola Academy ;" and a bill, to be lUre WARD offered oo yesterday, a Resolution as follows J;

Thornton," was on motion of 1lr.Vard, postponed and WARD presented the petition of Isaac Varu and entitled An act to establish a Board of Port Wardens : to witResolved:

made the order of tbe day for Thursday the 13th instant.A others, relative to the exemption of certain property from for the city of Pensacola." i That the committee on Finance be instructed

i' = hill, entitled An Act to establish and regulate the Execution'! ; which was referred to the Judiciary Com Mr. SMITH gave notice, that he will on to-morrow, ask to inquire iuto the expediency of so amending the existing

$ '' rates of Pilotage foV the St. John's and Nassau rivers," mittee. .. leave t. introduce a bill, to amend the Act incorporatingthe laws, that individual citizens of the Territory shall not be

was reaiC.the; second and third times, (the rule being Also the petition of Mathew H. Phillips and others, on Protestant Episcopal congregation of the city of St.I I compelled to employ an Auctioneer lor the public sale of
waived) and passed-Ordered that the title be before the subject of a Toll Bridge over Black creek which "
as ; Augustine. Also, a bill in additbn; to the ** Act incorporate i their property. Which was read and adopted.An .

Stated. was laid on the table. .ig the city of St. Augustine." At.o: a bill u to providefor engrossed bill entitled ** An Act to the
I A bill, entitled An Act for the relief of Jesse H. Mr. SMITH presented the petition of Douglas Dummett I incorporate
the support of '* Free School in the city o! St. Augus I Tallahassee Jockey Club, foi the improvement of the breed
\\1 Willis," was on motion of Mr. F.rbes, postponed and -which was referred to a Select Committee.-Messrs. tine." '
of horCes"-was! on motion of Mr. DuPoot recommittedto
ij made the order of the day for Thursday the 13th instant. Smith, DuPont and Bird were appointed thereon. GAUTIER ,
Mr. gave notice, that he will on to-morrow, a committee of the whole House-the House went
|jt A bill, entitled u An Act to for the election Mr. CHANDLER offered the following Resolution, to wit
provide oij f : ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An act incorporating into committee thereon-Mr. Riz therefrom reported the
[j certain Officers ia this Territory was read the second Resolved, That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire the Town of Marianna." bill
Also, a entitled"An bill without amendment, which the
agreed to by
time-the House went into Committee of the Whole into the nature of the claims of James J. Board& Darius
act to incorporate Tranklip Academy the countyof House ; the said bill was then read a third time and pat
thereon-:Mr. Blount from said committee, reported progress Clapp against the Territorial Treasury, and that said Jackson." Also bill, "
a entitled An act relating on its final the and called there
passage being
and asked leave to sit again, which was agreed to committee be instructed to report by bill or otherwise upon the of cntiiledu yeas nays
ia county Washington. Also a bill, to be on by Messrs. Dupont wad Bulloch, were Mr. Pre
the House. said claims.Which was read, and his motion the yeas
by upon
An act declaratory of the common law, and to regulatethe sident, Messrs. Blount, Forbes, Gautier, Green, Robinson
ik A bill entitled '* An Act Lien Mechanics rule being unanimously waived was on its .
giving a to put passage of the
Superior Courts of this Territory, and and Ward 7-Nays, Messrs. Bird, Bulloch, DuPont,
io certain read the second and adopted-Messrs. Chandler, Kirkland and
cases, was time-the House Mooringwere supplementary to certain therein "
Acts named. Kirkland MeKinnon
Mooring, Priest Riz and Smith
went into committee thereon-Mr. Smith from said appointed on that committee.
committee Mr BLOUNT
pursuant to previous notice, asked and So the said bill is lost.
reported and asked leave to sit : 1lr.V ARD presented a Resolution, which was read
progress again"which -
obtained leave
? to introduce a bill, entitled An act to A bill, entitled An act to establish a Ferry over t tto
and laid the table till .
wa agreed to by the House. on tomorrow.Mr.
authorise William Bell to build a Bridge across Bayou Ocklocknee river, at or \V read
a. near
gbt's landing, was
The House, in Committee of the Whole, took under Riz from the Select Committee on Printing, made Grande, in Escambia
county"-which was read and ordered the second and third times, (the rule being waived) and
consideration a bill, entitled *An Act in relation the following REPORT
-- to trading ; for a second reading n -
n -- as
i i with Slaves"-Mr. Robinson from said That they have made Ii contract with William Wilson ------0 -----J
Also bill entitled &4 i
a An act the "
to change time of bill, entitled An act to the Town of
f leported the bill without amendment-which was agreedto of this city for the Printing.to be done for the Council at incorporate
holding the Superior Courts in the Counties of Walton, Jacksonville, was read the second time-the House mat '
by the House, and the said bill was _read a third time its present Session, and taken a bond for the faithful per- Washington Jackson, and Franklin"-which into :
was read, committee thereon-Mr. Green therefron reported
that the title formance of the herewith j I
and passed-Ordered be as above stated. contract presented.
and ordered for second
a reading Wednesday next. said bill amended which
as to the Hnasc
was agreed by ;
of the whole submitted
The committee House took under Respectfully ,
Mr. WARD gave notice, that he will an a future the rule the limo
T day,, being waived said bill was read a third !
bill entitled "An JAMES
consideration Act RIZ
:: a to Incorporate a Chairman. ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An act for by its title and passed-Ordered that the title be before
Bank in the county of Ja.ck2lonJt-l\lr. DuPont therefrom, Which was read and agreed to, and on his motion the the relief of John A. Craig. stated. as

leported the bill with amendments, which was agreed to Clerk ef this House is authorised and required to file the Mr. WARD .,
pursuant to previous notice. asked and obtained A bill, entitled An
act to the'Presbyteria

by the House, and said bill is ordered to be engrossed fore said bond in the Executive Office. incorporate I
leave to introduce a bill, entitled U An act to amend I congregation at Quincy motion of Mr. Bullocbj
was on
; 1 1I
third reading on Friday.A An engrossed bill, entitled '* An act to the
incorporate the Revenue Law-passed 10th Feb. 1832"-which postponed and made the order '
was of the for next.
Tallahassee Rail I day Monday
bill, entitled An Act to Incorporate the College .r Company was read a third time ,
read and ordered for
a second reading on Monday next, A bill, entitled An act for the relief of Isaac Natbaos
Penaacola motion of Mr. Bfount its title and its
by ,
was on ordered to be put on passage-the yeas and ordered I
nays and 17 copies are to be written. and others
was second time
postponed until Saturday next, and made the order of the being called by Messrs. Chandler and DuPont ; were Mr. DuPoNT, to a and ordered to
pursuant previous notice asked for
and I engrossed third
a reading on Tuesday next.
Mr. President Messrs.
day for that day. yeas, Bird, Blount, Bulloch
obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled "An A bill entitled &*
Mr. President laid before the Council, the following Forbes, Gautier, Green, Kirkland MeKinnon, Mooring, Wills, Letters act con ," An act for the relief of ThomasDougb.s.
cerning Testamentary and Letters of Ad was read the second time and ordered for*
Communication from his Excellency the Governor, to wit: Priest, Riz, Robinson, Smith and Ward, 15--Nays, ministration, and the duties of Executors, Administratorsand third reading ,
09 Tuesday next.
Messrs. Chandler and DuPont
2 So
the said bill is
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, I -Ordered that the title be as before stated. .passed Guardians"-which was read, aad ordered for a 8 eMr.. WARD moved that the rule be waived, and that behave I

TALLAHASSEE, February 5th, 1854. f An engrossed bill, entitled Ie An act concerning Pa- cond be reading written.on Monday next and 17 copies are orderedto I leave instanter to introduce a Resolution ; which ,

trols," was read the third tim and its prevailed, no one objecting, when he offered the follswiflgi
Sir-Since the last Session of the Council. there has the and called put on passage Mr. GREEN, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained to wit :
being Messrs.
yeas nays by Gautier and
been received a Map of the State of Ohio, and a Map 01 f Ward, were yeas Mr. President Messrs. Bird Bulloch leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act in addition Resolved, That the Standing Committees of this Hsu set

the Sute of Maine, from the Governors of those States Chandler, DuPont, Green, Kirkland, McKinnon, Priest, to, and amendatory of the Charter of the Central be excepted from the operation of the 38th rule, so Cat si
respectively Previously thereto, Maps of the States of and Robinson 10-Nays Messrs. Blount Forbes Gau; Bank of Florida, was read, and oidered for a second to permit the report of bills by them (upon any matter already

Missouri, South Carolina and New Jersey, were received tier Mooring, Riz, Smith and Ward, 7-So the said bill reading on Monday, and 17 copies are ordered to be referred, or to be referred within the present week)

from the Governor of aaid States respectively. is passed-Ordered that the title be as afore*aid. written.Mi. except oa the three last days of the Session; the yule of!bt

Some disposition of these valuable works ubould be I A bill, entitled "An act to incorporate the Tallahassee WARD gave notice that he will on to-merrow, ask House being unanimously! waived the said resolution ws9

Blade, and it is submitted whether it would not be a proper Jockey Club for the leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled An act respect read and adopted.
improvement of the breed of ho uses "
and becoming courtesy to authorise the purchase of aIeP was read the second time; the House went into committee ing County Courts.uAir. The House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock
of Florida to be sent to each of these States in return thereon-Mr. Rig therefrom BLOUNT presented the petition of Maria Ursula
the bill
for those above-mentioned. which was agreed to by the House report and said bill amended is Caro praying a divorce from her husband Juan E. La- SALT WORKS IN NEW YORK.
I am respectfully, your obedient servant, dered to be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrow.or- valle-which was referred to a Select Cora rnittee Messrs. According to the report of the Superintendent of t&!
Blount Chandler
and Forbes
WILLIAM P. DUVAL. The Resolution offered by Mr. BULLOCH were appointed thereon. Salt Works in the state of New York, lately made to tfej
John Warren President of the Council. on yesterday Mr. WARD presented a Preamble and
BOO Resolution it manuficturtd
that there has been
was postponed and made the order of the day for Monday which was read and laid on the table until appears
to-morrow. in the ***
next. year 1833, at the different salt works, 1,838,
Which was read, and referred to the committee on the The House in Committee of Mr. BLOUNT presented a Resolution, as follows to wit : bushels of Salt. The amount .oE: duties thereoa ***
the Whole again took un Resolved That tbe *
the Chief
'tete of Territory.ttoflftisft Clerk the Select
der comideratiQa a bill, entitled "An act to road for mUtce pay Ga.614and tOO exP aamat&d to $3t$79balanco .l. JI'
tbea adjourned cutil 10 o'clock to-tziotrow. appointed to inYosUgato tbo afikiis of the Meicfcasb of $705.


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