The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00091
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ala the uCIL announce Legislative-THOMAS Council.W. THE I MHtl L 0

clectiofl candidate to Ic held for in May the Logisla-next. l> l i V

.- him as a candidate to rcprcsenl.ttic counW "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." '

t IJ"fnnUiMicM Lrgtslativo! Council.

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: .tirV ( hOnda.ut vs ( Administrator's

Trends C 01. Aj.ri1 in
candidate to iiresntJ A. S I pur-
ru his name as UKin ROBINSON _, aiciof
_.. *n. an ordcrof
>* thCou1tvC-ut-tcLCOll Attorney $ Counsellor
the next Legislative Council. HOLDER C. WEEUON i L ,!!- -, ,, at Laws
c v
, w EDMOND M. ROBINc31 ? > nUxpose to sale to the' highest. bidder QL'INC MIDDLE
authorised to announce S. II.saJ in i.!. i.v of .ULiliassec in front ,
1are of the office of
Leon Merchants, 4-c trading under the I r.. ..is \j. !? NSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE
: F.sq. a candidate to represent firm of Robinson rau.rdf Esq., lot No. 173 in the ori-in- can
f Wecdon, 4co. -in of iht of be effected on the most favorable! terms
Council city Tallahassee! on appli-
t,71iext j with
pI11.Al'jj:; Legislative the imi.rmc-
_ .4tLher-un. 1 ho to the Subscriber, apcntof the Protec'ion Insu-
purchaser will be
FRANCIS V. CARPENTF1 uurd rcq.iircd to pay Attorney Hartford Connecticut.
uf company, In
me ;
plrv.i, lse lht. every
al ap
uloluy of sale j
I' Brr,7t: ; 'I.** LLL .< Ul '"' 1U11 lor LIIC III).& Leis- WILLIAM A. nOBls0\ a.rLiO. give b..uUva. -. roveil.! tlilp for| the pay' Apr.l27 1 "C-OMFORT, ) die lair Cask value oldie property must be

*' _'ILt.,, M' In- will be Mipmrtcd by I aJ EPA10ND .M. (ROB'NdO.N I me.it of the rrs.lM.on 'h- first of sccun'y January u -xt. and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the cor-
MANY VOTER } Merchants: fcc. tr.tdIg! under the I .' OIIN c ii! VLL' \ Al'm'r-' u' -\ & of the representation, and the good moral
iTo'Tnr authorised to announce AllTHUU | arm of RODIN.-ON,V.-o. ((32tJVILIA.'j) 1 HALL. il.tIl. llfs fl'.Ql. HAMLIH 'i.i/arrer the appliraut.! The solvency ofthe Office
------- us fairnessand
--------------- punctuality be
T'nV Fsn.: a candidate: : to represent Leon JIX I- ks jitter :.iie I S.I.XL; a Ju TTf may confidently re-
tit Jr. RATscis \\T. CARP ply ;o in-j -ir L.411', > E. B. PERKINS
?1; xt Lrfishitivo i Cnnocn. NTF! J JPcrLOr sue Couaty Court Gads.Ua( .' 'OUtlt for !leti-r, ral'ahasyre.' .
; htni ; t v .j.22 I5 31.
[I! __ __ ___ liws 1S 01 27tf
( i .vc eii ;issued from Vie u- Adpanisiratio,! on MIQ ra-<; Tai.icr'l'ilrs.; ; iri.inry try au .
kf LVl will! ;
"i /J/// consent C
/ again (& m. 1.4'O. GIHFj.'N! .
Iii tht' ..Mt.f.Icrsous H A KPa. < ( ) ? i.-
'.ndiiLtIc 1ur .t stzt in tie next L g 1 S dic Ditrjct. Ot T .... Ci : Dr. J. P. PtTF.Rs
I ": Z ., L.it .udaiIo.j- 4_ I I L ; is h' i-e ( i '.. Professor of P ,siofcgleai Me
will unanii.ioustV V .LV"ii Z..t' .. -
oil I he be supported t.ti
; a-c t. who for
r several
a n
( CtislCu to take non 'i.- ud to 31)- .A tnm ih: 'lonitorv.Col., AUIIA.M B years, has devoted his tutirc
i tIcir and p.iau t ) the de'laratl.1 1ikd itI I i- n y aucut, and i h, : fij; to the treatment of chronic or invetercte dis
TTi fd to announce < olonel J AAl] statutcs. DALTZ ierey. aitu.nd u ; --e-, r-8- ii-"' mv.. r- has succetiled, by chemical
I ;! fel ELL WHITE; s. IK_ UK mill j4laC4Y: ? !ucl-! ; ; >,> : Hiulyow and syn-
r 'i iRUrt.s. I .
% R. : .
candidate tl" ut.ssoi 'I' I :, in forming a combination
\\ jADSl'EN, a to rrpicsrnt tci .l.-i'I) !2. : ; I\-t ; from several pruxi-
Ini'.i, in LIZt 1' IL Ct1'tS. of the United ILAoc .irtl liiD i. n-r in a I bra -he ,f rfgclablt principles, TO uhicn ho has given the

I Juiv7'1. 1-r. TO jJ .- rtcKs_ -n-r..v.! L\a-J.j AI.-NKJ| M.TTjrry l U !?> nkn ic ,tf.cc .Vlrdicir.ae Stomachi-c ct Hepaticjc ; which has
j.i.no..>:,l1n,!,|, Uwroiunj ccuitf L.t-on .uiU '4 1 "' !>n"' '" iS 4 far more elFicicnt than heretofore
--: :. .1' 'n : '..m-mj-e \Li WILLIAM[ THEODORE LAPORT- \ r i.- of ---- ---- -- any
; ; < iors; -
r. : 1. ud nu:3.niiioii tht ---------- in
r of .
ou .t.to those
t ,
i- I' -' curing di&Meisins matidfs oi
S.C. ;
1o.\r -
1 V \ \ i' I. n m-lnUtc iy r< ;ir iir t tV teniKhritK A1lA.i, n |l !n-illl--llL '1.aic.i. :. 'A '-.<;. 3-ts flI.I. % '_j and bo.y, winch"are srencmlly comproneiide un
Connrc vs ------ ----- J 'hr
ili2Mi oft- -- v '
Ui.it.lJt.lv -
:i. I- vct-1 aiter d t' ; -Lii &)4 litCi %t :,.,. t: ,,, .*,,, & (:.- : tLc swttpm terms DTSPEPJIA and LiVEK-CuM-
27tli Ii3.: j.'rp-'j' _
.Otf t') t1- ln'uttt' tt : ; *STS It isikerise an alracsi
ftft ; itt C ;tLt 3 t''Mu t :hc c'' or J certoia cure for
:: ; :. ; :: ;,, med tu announce H 1I.LLM1 11."f'ln.L M. that LXi-raia,. a., ;,r others are hereby nritfic: d j''!. IjCou f-rkMye to sell the rcu .-' :ae of lleiuy i. I I 7' 'h '' I 7L.'. :u hi ( -n-nt. of the 'PLkE.v.symptoms .
an ait .rhmen: a* been i-sMcd in the r it-, late of said; <''i-r. : : : AI4)t1. tltt of Dysncpsi.iand Liver-corc- F'
\ caiidi'latr t-i tl n-wvc nunty is -I bi-i
\ \ as a ripr i.t : 171' I :, j
nu-o iVt&tflac) < > thnc.rt Superior C I.t ; ----------------- :L1 tiatukncy, sourness hurnin in tite
ibc '11'' : Vfsf ; mr; f> th.ruiiiuy } .- ___ -iA22.f2i-J L'n: : a k'r. -- or sto-
,rv of 1 Tul'v' ul '*-nii luT'V' of Leo,) ,,. tbe .Middle HiMr--uf' Floiida. DOCTHU () () irriabtlity, liatrccalhc inth
: .
133 >? S.f ; d.: .- a. ,! ,-ati.n, .. -. ', ., ; '
fUcyareiiescb un
} v--ed to n-.pc.r; : und plead to the .. Ii fTjl.1, H lit LI.Y : rLi( irrt.ularity of appetttc, wiudi is .on1e-
-- : T:- :-< T-T-i:, i.nd'Ue. dl) UKl, Le-ili Jo mty. declaration hid :n -:a.U c i s.EAL7.F.LLk. i.-" n f.r Ict'trof <_ n'y C: -.:; ,
A ; ;tmv.r*ttion, 'Ut ilie ( .-u.JMary -. fetid i rca-h
: nausea: weakness !
: ..RsrU1t4ES I WHITE, : V of the stomach
'' : J, f 1\ Wiliiatns, [.. P lititni t foiclo -.Lt:11: -I J'J -i r., ti- "- a.e.l. fiucat!(>:i5, palpitation, ih-owsincsss, i-rc.cularity
: .
Lj7c.Edr 1 *
"' 'In ; 1 1' A K K.\ ., i n .MTAN i > UI t : ; ILLI- the lorrels
: the
\ : I Mortgage.Ti -_ ; : Jce't1rt on stomach afar" meals
C.uri.-- ihtrjc! 4 _'s; 3 Hit- ? tl'l: ;- I Ixr, in tin head dizziiitss
'ct-l Us ,
: after
: i tji FL'TAiD. J : ozg. d.itp ;uip'.u--i: n .i i.i tb. I:1- : : : | tr: vertigo confusion o
nt'Ohv PZi14I i Theodore Flo"ti 'jrs.aI( Pla.ulc"| ,. Mr, hmoiablthe) [ Counv Cvnst ihCoani I. I.lr & ti I atit.i-.dcc: with the loss of a
'< .- '' :" } ''x< > Ft&.sl4n! Ah it '- memory, gnawing
,- a f i" l" pfi ons ciaio ;ng, '.r to c'uim by, tnl ha.vuiu 13, In trcnnss on thccarcu Lti-.i fili] tier? (-.f i-in'ij; ,;r-", t. uhe est.ttt.1 P-. ; I t I. _; :e n tI ltaittr. : 1.If.S.'OJ ;| the s.. micii when etnp'j, chilliness, affeciion o"a

,, ..l. 'L* 1. :u .tnd to ali personjntcrosttd, KC.- h .ud, tradl)1 : ,ji t'-r F c iit-Ji, .-icaed.. 'I tl. IIET'IV\ L I lOX Ol- t : ;: :.l Iieaisn-. pain and weakness in the back.

:"., .: i.i r r i'v' ; a in-'rt x-re >n lots iii tin ;, I'kiKttJfi.: tLt rezitnu_ 3 1 C. .-. j jKZ.T ri lr ) 1' i.-F_ Et j I : '-ti--;-, I ius'nrbHt sleep, cold fcst and hands, trr mon
I _
; :L ri: u ti t1tii.) s i i ;John l T L IU.nrjjry Knt. d.daiuz'ts.lant. 11L11111 .fil 1 o ix: t-vhs 1ti 'Inc. I staI :tp. 10 at kIlC, Ot j .- I er t ,_ I) '.t : '-.! ..-.:'. &' aj5 0. i4i the throat, caugli, pain in the side 01

I i.'i' '._ .' : mnlndies
arl : lead to cr affertions P
raic of
an1! irttiiz-rtd Jo Vvjlham! lv irt o. :\ ; ; -. thf
: '
-* > on 'he t-s it- of ; t.d ..laU Lu
\ : : ; --7-/ >'.d/51f ) :'- t 1t4 ::; .::1-,., :. ouI.Lci, liver, aid i.e..,it terminating
fit il this / tJ < m Dropsy Con-
: t; i :.w: .-<. lui- u thy :i hI I 1HL oi r- mv dsc'd. .MARfiA'lET M'CALL.i :! ,
: (,I ii_ % es* C flt) r ; o< f.n..v.--! ; in said ca.v, and all otlu-r ]per-.->;;:. ( : : 1l.7L.l: t.he SLrt 1:, i5 IiiIl.hi'| -; .\pPi-I-\y, N.r. according t KhecIimaie, hab ;
,? r" icl, ,\ .1 lake notice, that an atu-imi, ni __ -, : ', ;g''. sex, and tLinreram oi the patien
.. > I : :
I.. 1 :i. iii: JAMES A. nEa'iiIsir! J V ji.ueJ in s-xid case, for I'he TItr'u'ud .4 S. we.*!;., after i-ttp \\ ( wi1!! ,'p'y l" '' ; C'itit y t tK2 I ej. 15J7tf. ) : i'r.-p.rfd by J. P. i'E'l ERS, M. D., WiI, Igeville 0

r : MX; :ilun u! tnJ F ;rly Kicht Dollars mid FjyO'tii.s : ).-' Court of ..leilers "out "\ f. '. -r rs rf Adi.iii-: \ ti'r; .:: tl! s.'Ie proprietor.Tctttnc..ials. -

-: :-!, --: --- pi'. <. d.uuacs, .n, : ,-"S.S. r. : u.;. aMc to the 1'iist iunuToiS'erti catcs mi ht he nd-
-, ,' i fr ..I I-..'" <>uu'l itt: ncA i *. Ap ii r, ,,f of said : (I ifiauve to the
j \ rigI Z; ii: Cyirt: and ?aul' ilei. ii- ciraaty. [lj 1 \ ,; ] pRNiVt: S )(, Jt. il-ju.: eve. ,,f l ; i.xtiMurilhnry cure pcrformec

:.. \? l l1 AYKIN-'tTCs t \\Mi-a: < > .;and ml! (1hc4' :- j tat cr.si.:.:, ar. ictpitp.d i< j. 2'IFi'E.) :. itt gIz'I jt j ,' : :.; / r.i-XT... &liritcbi. th,- follow iip: ar? thought

j__ ; nrau'l: | i
"MliET! il \ >'ULrV. c At.ithntjnt. i, ..f ,11 ::3t. A:t_: 5iCI cncIil'l.I.: .tiiJ JIt:41. 3T|> is t r f f Dr. Jam's Eire:I, .Jntfior of the Medical Vor.ip

Tr1. t1 a j :t4 'tt'r.; .it'-oed: : re :vd1)r.y. :. l th \ I ). ;t5.2.flhI. .. *s y v : /w. iu-i, o pafi.\y Physutcw.NKWOHLEASS .

; : iZ 1 1) 'el ih n V. : ';-Ton"3Jr. Ati*} f, r Pl'iTs. > apphcati- -.. i i ,t. 4 a-a: ,' : ..iionrabuju.lirr! AL.iTiLST

V : 1i ; d ai 1etuiti :. .. 111' i1'X' '. i : ..t "f the Si'.tn \ ;:'t'rt v.f l UR < '..nniof; G-idMl/n. To icf-mn it Dec. 20h; 1333.
I'i .ljjf. cozirn.'I'his is
: : : P.- i ATis. may to o that I
"n$; tr..l it-:' si.d Court, aid the ikfewdanr jir .V'ii.V ration of Dr. Pett-r's
Ditti-ic Flo opt .Mtdicita
(f Ida.
r : j :,i a.ijjcar a4.l pkad t lue di-tlsrotiou flcu'X : Ca -It, widow! aii a'i.in! ;>tanx; of lr.s ,cis A.\ Cr-h, / : ,' / rt HtpalicA ir. number
a of obstinate
,:', '. {L!:. .- .. .MUALTY.j d.veM., to JipKoli.t t: .M.4j .--j- r.-, to all-a :ur (ilowi ,;, II A PI f; .: an-1 Lner-ap ciions, of Ionfe very
.tcub standinglike-
fl .' _' V.sELL. 111t J. Mabi.', tlu- real and :tl -uof i '
a" pern :cr in- ( -r *:\: .1 h.i ,; i1t stvt-. at CtseJ7L thecniar-eiiifntsofthe
1 : L: >iht! i baud. A >-. li'icn f..r ; !: : .-..uruj has bet.-i tiu ij uioilkt -i: *; u : \ us arts nvfo.ruly ast'iv1i-.lIi-g.: I haveno pleen heLatiel ;

----- o-'amcr v SenlIICI ; : of the ( ; '. -
.. fi-r End- ci.1 i Court SUCCKMOK* TO
ui lUeiariu. th-! "
1 U t1' Lt .n. it most valuable

: B C1 ''l.T.ir S.i. C-j j for ui Cou.ny f Jtfj { ., ,1u nMonm_ 1ti li_ t;i iL' i----;; : t. .. liers 'vu'-s. MlHl J'JU l->. .. }..". AUAu'y for Ptiii : --..c., i -5 -. ,-iJl ULL* ri->jt'CUih! those dstrcsIIIL; attmints i-\t: his ever preparation conit. with

.: :'.. : n.:. i. ( tL-: J2 _; : i.; and I l he .-. my kiion: led-e. J A l I Eb EWELL, M. D.
: "< __ i.c
..f i'i I :" ny: aiv''c" l !Ii''l.inT' ;hnt th ', -t
; r.a. oeccf s-ii 1 Ci.a.r ; the j3 _1 .J IflllMvL'tl! tilt !: ts1.* ,. : I) L.tur.nt Cviinuj, G'J. sl'.ril; blh. 1.-33.
UN N. i'AIl I: riiliiMr. i la < -.1i..t : bv AtI I 1 -t 0.< -2-Jd l d.iy (.f I 1... ;e-r- tis -1 e Dr. Friers Sir : I \v.. h u> srrti three
t t!.
l uary I ls.f J.>, f.g.iinst ...e: --Ll.j was tin ihc 7tii of : t .t ett Oi CCI pud ::s t., j oihce nl' I : ; you me more
x j jacl m-.T.: I I -, ,.!'iiitCr 1S3. 1 :. S.Ul- i.(1; th.2u iLl- oi your ..i luli.-uie. I have taken the
I. >, set asjc; t-. -.c.iu-.J by sa.il Court .J ) ( leiIi--trrt-t, lour du! r, ( cue yoc
ri : I : ;.fl t 1 tj.1 er.us Crfl'91C ], :tul t tIC process execution jssuj thc-n\ i ly fUilLeiUi-ate.l I v.rhm i J.e! un : } scribed by law, t v.-iit-r- ln\ nt me by Air. Art!, anil it !its In Jj-rd me very much.
i. !' !i i.n-t haslwoii iitstitntfi! j j c-.asln-J they mil I"OIL\ h b -. : ;ii.rv f i' '.-! i I rink! xvi!!
i.u i ; ..n-.l it was o ic-cil! "that said jc r :- J.M oric nir.re parrel cur'nse: but n! you speak
CM>C I l.c c<.n n.J( red ( I FALL A.MVi.V:: : l )
t '" t11 ZU1H ttai1 "peiif-r; further <--lin- ; n..d tiI- H ROBLd. rz leaving soon, I iinve relu-I\ to gtl and keep two
1 < -. .'.I '. i' lilt: Y nreheie'/ ix-q 1 ii! da. a. inadc up, and tliCHM iroo -, tat I.c.irin"nu is no J. !S22t-.l.! f : I .tI.1-. t rx. a very hat.in": ri orr _rrih 1 : y-.vir .aii>n!>!e Mifii-'in", for t>ar I may inc

l. l : i ,-tr. '- : :! U v t'* the Lolrali '' in j.r---rt: : accord- I iy f c takta 'Iowa aa.n, and slmuM iot be alItt'
f t
; : : an.i FtJ- Q *7f ZOnr, rrr, J w
.. 1 ahJA.Vl'r?, Stt') for P'liTs. lie lrctru1 4.' -. / JtH >. *, : it. \VANE. EILAMS
: std Lth-fl-uir li.t IILZ i1ecrac-d, the ', tidI nr-r- ,}- 4tiun' ..i .- i ..,-, .., reive rKbTi.Yu'X .LVU iN. IV
-. : -5_ 3l3rn.j :1)e1l1i1t.lS : ; ,1 to r. an (| The above case v as ottof <= >\cre Dvsi pti; :

1; LlOtI1..tI tIit ititit. lii c itutr. aul lii t tsn-Iit t.LLi_.a..t.r, o thr.t- i:: & Utt J j ol 'zit-nt: u's ilit-. -, uf ).! L- \er alllcti' ; bm was entirely remove: by ht
In 1liE'Ult1V Court j r.Ctoi Iii ILlS
:T.; ; r O L1.1N : S;, a. -.r lc! COUUty ...fjofw lULi)), ItIJ afltvt-r te'1J c.i .1zd ann ilk his -) (' ii ('Itu1ce :I\It-s.v 1 u'iiia'- Ftiit 1favII of ,1'-ittil .1 ( t ii ii'l.-! our- ti I ; itLuZl.LJ; fct\e! viBljick / : c c-i two pareeis ot Ab ilhi.ie J. P. PETERS.

.id..i4u' ... _. ..I21iriR'fll... ...._ !......... on' L
.'u.ja.'U.t.. >. f .'s n, middle diatijc1 ; of sid Ciuit at (tUit cv, 0 a I I 17.-Ill f -t EtL.II La I .urezs CUJflIL.ja..

% -. : fif Flori-J.i. said District on or before Mo-i-lay the 5th day i' tk-i V.-t..i, (li t't .. ul -.. C'I: IUII.I .- 17 I I r.h&'rtct4 ._. y affecLioi

." N. r.iT.TUIDGL, J itt a &nmp>it : by At- I May lu xt at 10 Vl.clc A. M.,-and duly prorce'i! !in i LL ctthri' U I '1'. tVr 1, th- f ; 111.ilV % ttUi.vl the advirt or ..i-

J ttchaieiil.I.IK said cause : We shall on the day lk.-.t: lumiM-mtd, 'turtV't Ili tit Lto1i ( .1lt FIuI t.lL- a iiiviiLeGreeti! : ct>r.iidcii cmiueni ill 'htir profession, without

r *f" 'i ...' a1 ul <'!'4i.rrsous ronfcriicd. as soon th .reaf'er as Counsel c:< n be hea/d, m >vc uaai | I .i it : !:4.-- s I 't t ke .utn f ; 1 I I Adylaiilf! i-en. fred. I hnaliy tried Dr. Peter's Medzcrnt

;. -.. i.. i. '' 'l' t 1e j..1 .'..i.'i.m of the ahov Ct.urt to duu.iss said: lil>el.vith eyts. Ltitd. tI-. -ut the "vcu I h.t. vi' d.- WAR&g ;:.-act IIepc.i\-i ; and, after making iiic Pt two

\ .f.u'iiat-ut, retujtial/c ti* the ml rnsuin I ):)t.-l February: 1 1st, 18.14.J. tIIaa 14 tlatan. A 11 ) 1)1k tiLe ; .: louv.d myself restored to perfect health ; m}
: ( tii
4.' : :dI"r and that tlsoy! nro li. ieby imtiticdi ? D. Wr.STCOTT. \ Pr.-ciow for said March: ,->. 1MH: 1_- ? t tu J ; ,k I fli1LC, in..H-au of bciii. j ak and haggard, reI -

: :i a n'' j jt u :i'i' :trc.4r'.iiZ t i In w to tlia dci-l ira- J. I I'. F.OOril. $ CIain4an.To () hert-Ijy! f ,reuarn all p rxdia fn-ui ttadin i"r '' i_) h I us .c,ir aler ''falriiful ar ['ttlr.LaCC, ami, inert dibit

.' c..t; fivii. CANTS, Att'y for I'"tV] the cuid ..Je.1.. ..' ;irbit. a.id a juoniias irv: Ill'Ic i ,f hand on Lalinus: Ainii'tad, t : : it iiiiy appear, I jrained near iw-nty pounds add-
-LI1 i.i the ..!n'rl of i Un weeks. I It is
- \ '' I'I1 jr'il'M sp-ice
: i. I-t.:: <'if it --c--r< 71.tin iar :he sum of Three Hu idrc i and I y D.,Ilar '
;. fiironths mr- .;.; the medicine, and I have
I lu < i.C 'f.j *, .. I IJ I 'TOTCE *.'F OUnCLOSLllE OI'iU t I'c*. dated 3ls 1 { De-'c'ii'ier, 1 3'J, ind iuf, on or IK tore thj S-; fii.'id I Vei jit-en it r1. refii.a of the disease, nor have I the least rctv-

:.1XB.COLLLVS, J Mr the C .unty "f it fi Ii Af JK-All persons irtercstcd will take iutic that j 1 la: January Iti'Ju;; ; bt-ann: II.teItSL from d.-.tr U I .int FUIL-: I.l.i: and fig\l i* i.' tu-pert that I shall.! I would earnestly recom-

i f rin 2 Mtddlc ili.-trii.1 '* Ctiitral: lJ..ni: of Florida," mt-id tu ii Utute per <:ent ;-a.s th! <_ .vlj
v- : fui Florida. I j suit upon a -tain a.oitjja e made onil exuud by '. 1 put it ii th'- hands of$ I I'T roll eti.'IL 1'iyiii 1 wuitc and tii .san.rnrutdy.. BRYAN ALT..LN.

I I luasiump .il : by Atj ]I \\'iliaiiii.! llur.-fe-iS .uid M.iry Ann; Jii.> \\ ii-., on the 2itf! .' A MK I 'L J. 1 Vi I.r>U. I'l-.in wl.ite k fiir'd Tin; au.ve rn'i'icine are put up in parcels with fu! '

fFl'41"N. PAT1ilfE.. taeiunejil. I! l.'Jth: day of \laich 1 'JU, niio Wilii im \\ jJliai.s! o* Jo1iNJ. AD tM 4 ? !ir-e.iioii->r ling. From one to ihrcc parcels wilt

: iviua. > i. I-u. ailj"H.r! < iuccnud ar<- |,* i&t i iI j i ai4l up',ti tin; f>oith half of lot No. 'jj and the v. h'-icof ilain ne-ecbsjry to complete! a cure' The price is 3, s
MM pletul(
t : :l.. Lt SI' t Ansi r lot No. Utl, in th'j: city of 1'ai'uiriise! -, iir.d tinMiac .. (.i'rr'ivEV .IT /-/ir. > ? F-.r silo hv B. U. PERKINS, Tallahassee,

: r. ti, n xt ( iisiin I dwelling h n;*;, kile.htn, staij'eJnid' othr! :mj.r' -- \ -" < Mur'1V- -Ii! Cluiiii-y; to Appal ;ciiot! 1 1 B.iyi Do. do. ) ( I ; !.- :i-t-.,; f.r Fl..rifi 2 12m

-.- -I i.JCtLiii'vCwirt.: oud that'ihcy iv r ouiriJ.M'CAXTS.'utt'y. r.K'tils tiitrcon to s>i'-.tre tho piymcr.t of a note fr -- i I 1- v. ill r. juu\ I v :tit.:nd I the Court-, held! at : hIf -.- Do. I

e i- t. 1jv to U (: 41.t.rauS icn 1ind ai.i ( rci.i.. (2.air. l t :H Ctuincy aiil Vl.iiiat... i ; an t 1 : !>o 'LflflIt.J ttruif I'mc IIorsrsKin ( I COMilJMPTION

..-.. 'i<- Court ofrmruls at .tIlilitS Lctlc.'i- .ha aflil
j for Pl'fl.r'tiUt I \ i < security, ) to"n;>:J vViihams: on the same day, pay- : ( '1.1.7, t

:; Illl.vLtlJl : 4 jiM*; Janary I l.v 1 -:3J, -\viih iijlt-re at 10 i>- r. ceuiin-i, -!,-. s-d > ii"i. /cf p.' '. !!! i't) attended. (i'rn < '...iMu: &. Neil ( CL'iii.D.
F -! r7: '- I- 4 !f fi ; ij LA 31o.STERATTs Coi.LOIBlAN VEGETADLF.i
: (' )UTdIlLF 1,1I'11'! frunj ?ae, end which noic and :.lltart h.r be.assi I ___ __ TluMiotrrin.. rs ;vuuul : :

wd bv taidVitliun'; to -aid "Ctntral IJ.inL of i 'B7"Er F tei T9 Bl-f "E" %ai N) iaI.ii' rust> i.e-rs T>r i j.t i SPECIFIC.
% CJL.VTI. Florida"-Auil that :aid "Central 15-ink of FionUr & sfc &li h t s s ?LK r cir :is .'..liiiu :u:.il l s'nc.t t "'- ;the! >i! 's: .' '; >Ic rtm.-dy ever yet Jiscovercd fo.-

? r7t.a 'J I'mur.o C. { has this day fed its pcli'ion ( tiling fortli( sad nt ;- io merit aul CLM\C a ; ] ; ; iC tt.I (' t.e: g ;, cds, ('cunrion, ...Is.ina'ittia !

4.U.w. 1ecct. s! cf the i' and :ni.t.ra...-v aid 'Jie as-.iin r.ctits thcrt-nf :nul the ;-.- and : q; LtloG1, ai: t ail diseases the J5 fst uiJ
: _!V having CtIS
'"rt '.I f {'c.h.fri(. i.f thr *""Jh'i.'i In trespasscnttpL'at I tjjonn' ii"' alIt. the ca i* } io :he .S' peiini f'' ti.i; < i : ,_- Y -''- i v.'il[! :!i",gi. 'Pn pined i-y J. 1>L YI>, I'liiladciplua. IL
rateorivii.iii ihe'y
c__ ,
vr? i ves', gives uren th ta the
I:1.. : M ..- i'T .'.j 'iiomi ttrz. if ."if/iii >,, < > mav to lavoiu' :
/; riut'da' muis t s. ;f Le(in, i ti.! Cirk... -icc .i -d; ca .it'.! i a.'i: i iljCC li-i. .' Litttt'iFur- I p.f'ase \ '! ; r.-j).tirs rl'e A ppettc; iiiprovcs the Spirit, eU\
; *' T .- niins ndo. I tual have .!A. filed I Ic-cvi; ;2 :i utl ou-'in j I u n1.. r; a ( 1 .I '1I1--s--. ; i IMS. >:rail be tXt'iLaC.l! liili f Direc'i na- coii.j- myinj t-ach bottle > the

;.. ; t if 1Zrta" 4. ) .j.. .idu uf',r'llf a re, and have prayed for '1I' f. rt ilnrab'.e a tJ F-i: LI1( t :- ':: '*, [Pit 1 i'; in a in -Sr cons.picuous ni.c:

-'" (.' O'crrfon, tt 4 'atd tJJ danae.rw (,? rtdor.iMi'nof sut'J>nrirtja ".r'5 r.nd ill I pcisi-ns el.xj-.i- ; AVC l I u I--c ti e!i r'insiaiit.v > : : :( : vriP:(' &1-, I. :lR'i-1Itj.. r.a,
\v.ibh the itt-i,' article K--ov. n fur ..hi'- t e-h ;iLufllS
wi )-J'1itLUi11 inirby f thror.gli ur ui..lr them, I in an-l I to 'i.-l ni'-r' r- : Ul firtou! !: ut-It 4 '. ) I : Ci I > i 1. "! trdireetii.iis ttp-' -t'ter trratni- whit

a.fcii: pntj.fr y, ani 1 u.n ii phcai! : n '.\ ill bediiy uiadcf clotl'*;; :S'.lt MI.\HS ot Lei""fi t.t'r', f'f t ei"u.... o.l. ;.t.'i tan.rloth ..- I:1: : ;.-- '. ..uttiiiT with many wtli rttitacraicaltd: ccrti-

ULODr 1 PA1TcJ :, dcfcnd'utI n-sur.a jud :.V.nt off. c_.- -il-e, -.id.<.l.r! pff.u i'' .-./. ; Ln-'iiVr an.; i h ?< crus matc: s : '-'." -i ut. s lI..i., i-Mt't-i-Mixed Ai'i ce.rts, etc.
iIE : acr-M-di.. i io thtatui.es: m ; >; -h ; I I lu; rniisfot'.1 i: 'o of :hc creat; and increasing clemanc
J.iii' sid
i ,11 said case, ami all oll4f>r ] fr ons hid on : pflition cr f -: :., .ttli a'cit -' ;- r : .& 1ut 5U'' C.o-i; ai.d Caniiet; U
>rsi.duil! tikL lior.c-: :, t1i. .n Attaclimeut case r.u'-do and prov.-.kd. ),i eJ, Fcbru.-ry 52J 1 =J3.I ttlIi i'iti' :' Lox- : I l.\ 1. .d fl7'd1it ci i'zai s li-es- Frock Couts |' tiiis .'," eIt" the proprieti-r is enabitu lored'ice thf
: SiC.TT.fi .- t;> v'-iirs t>- t'.lc thereby etiablir.g it tocom.
> dty isxMi-'d in tnjj ca.v, for Tv.cnty-i'Jvc I JAMLSD.V b-irlcy, how .:i-i-i-ti l, U .o, .--ft.. tte. Al\ of hich I't.iiniL-i Snirts and ; per ,
, ..- .:f. : Unbrs) .'ltrrnvf,r P1 !i'UiI patent : tiItI '.he -rli of all trsous
dauia f nnu e 's'.s: retuinnble to the I 'fJ uii '
u/ I t .\ ill be 'ol al l eh' ap tt'i I .i| irov-d 'r7iiL. 6.ij lirMvrr il-ns : ;
-uiyoltk m xt AjviltTf-.tnoTMtnl Courtmil said i* Dr. CIIAI-JIAN'S Ajilt-Pyspepttc Pills.liat .
"i _
: I
: l i 4'k.A '
ff -* tiller
T ai Tuts.oerl
=' -Mit i.d] I A j Tt P;! used thou-
I : all oihtr i tr.' unuS tested, itro rcquia' 1'II.tl..i'c' -- I'tt' : u.tn c- t: --i'tlIy by
'! ; .: .t! ] !e: JJje dt! cloration lil :d in s id I A l.i persons having dcuti ids a asn-' .4 vtiu *-fPurmcr ---- -- !' on lne moot acc.onini! > ( ; , c <';t ttst fy to 1.tI .'.ptri-ir efficacy (over
.s ip"orui! u i I iir: Isfi'.utt: I in fiii .h asc m idt. and I Jt111eS dercrtscd, lau of tli-. rriinty, aie .::,- ,. JT'.(_S_ : tTt.NiclXI. i tcuf/s! inakt a liinr.d I "ler tCI.'tjC'. IK>W i!> u-t ) f>r ihe e iri of Dyi.cirt'OMipLcHiUi.

'1-J .'. th. ckunw duly au'Jienticatoo, \V.ipantccl :t I perft.tl .iiitl 'i'alahaie; Nov l. j 1 inill fi'rnii
Da; u February I 1-t, A.'D.I 1 34. re.-ared] to present n :' i : > they give srengtL

JAM1.S D": WI>TCOTTJr.i7JarllH witi.in the time prescribed by I.IVT. or they will be i- revcr : .:.f 01 li.e i"cvt-j H'o ArtV"( 11 in? -lc' !ii-.itil: Ci ans of digestion, repair theappei -
: -isil I retail t-y FLiT i
-J32a-a) Au'y.forthc PlMfTa. baned ; tliae! indcbt-jd to the Citato arc liquated -saif Ni.W i <-i :.iaus-a and bU-kntss of the stomach, ha-
; ( I 'i ). !
1l'C ; gst, dju.uci.i- :
.'- JA %lt.\ to mako jinmediutc payment.I. CfjVr1Irs5( heud-aen'palpitation 01 the heart,
CV11D In l.tun Coait.r Co.
t County II. A l'itiso.N! lc?
G. SEAHCY, I m- other nervous atTectioiis. They contain nolerrta
j uiy
N'ta -
1. : > J S : lt J'lc clirr a'd *
,AILLs AstLW1)sit. RICHARD SUEFFCR 1 .,.--jbv pj> >s. ceIt i-d ail J i ci. .!'.-; oa ; y, nor do thev sicken the stomach, they are a
C. ASH.UUCL .iitchuzezt. rlij'v5'TJAllMb C: a \\ VM il: t in'ya"r: !Ii.! j.iieo* X->--. ll'.rhIIc blue black! : :
\ :March Sth, I rill. I and i-iiV c'ltliartic : there K no restriction in diet
is hert-liy nv u f.the titution of salt r-1: : -. '1'i.iiic Mixt'iie'" MS ih 'itrot'i iv (
bruui Ciiitiis ; 5(1 : (lrn1r lo wet or cold while using them.
*. suit ; ai1i nf tIi) ,. lfiM1j,1:. Of a un, <,f AttachniL-ni ; I'll A t Oil'NU i ICE.--Al! IMIM.IISL : ;:J- I 'ii il-i'Lt, Et-tt i-n i-aL I f AhtaLa; | exposure
I line mixed ut dir' tinris vjil each box of Pills
.rr4urLIat1 claim* ;i'ranist the estate '-f An'hony SU.IC, ari ; ; i: accompany ,
the of aid Court.- having
to n--xt Krai 't-, ..f Srorpia ; %% iio a-o 'I's'1'I 10. I.I'.t Camlets wnl lullv explain their effects.IV' .
"' '.JlvtldaIIl dcceasi-i ..re"requested t. present them duly s I irrteu Crape ; ;
> und all oilier in wise : ,
pcrsoin any cor m.Jim't" all .l. i M iv :ip-.l\ tot--: .! nthj w. 11 known reputation of these Pills for
law or the SM. Velvet line
*u. an notif.ed authentic.Ui-d, within the time prctcribed by I Silk! ; )
: ,"1ied in said c.tse to app awirdin< .ir!:.nd to plead law. to the dechu tiny will be fortvr; barred. Those indebted to the as-t fav 7','. dJo terms as tiu-v can 'a a)1 MI {i.,ut tiepo hugs; ; \v..iic; M.i rsetlli's I yea-.*, -lie proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia)*
it detail
to further
immediate it-tt't ,ItIl- unnecessary give any e
to malt" payment.R. Linen U Collars.
J.A. BEIITHKLOT At'y. for P'ff.Cunrt c-sUitc aro rcuutbled I. ) IL. 1J v imis,
li. DULL Aliuinotf A fresh supply has been received, and for saL
)- iIihlle /J.strr 17(,M fa, /.
Tallahassee, Nov 23d itfTOTiCE.Dtring
1t4.STL1GE -- L .N ) 5Uo a
: ): I.NIS1'RA'I'( )ll'S N 011C' .-All persons ; :
; elssuflIpst. .M .A o: .ipi) s.-'i: -. ivniq;
t havin"- claims against the estate of Thomu-j I Utirdecease am cuiujjl'ttf assuitKusitof I c my absence from Florida iv-
trLAPITE. u-j a-.thn-ti-. rmiiKV, F.ri.1a; bilonirm empowered J. D. \V estcotl Jr. E to act 11
ln nttaehment. to iri's nt duly qr. coy
) ,!, aic require. | L. Medici
f t-'re..li Dmsand r>, jt l r -rived Vt.rivj ihiat.-ac of htiid, ""
JMHL p-j\c iut'j<] raiiMj has 'b n iii titutf d, a iJ I ) within the lime prescribed by law, or they willbeliicvcr !1 from Ncv! Vfikand li.dtmu ts' ;,ale. whole. ilr. .ind ti.e balance of oak, AU-USI and 2flTt attorney. L. W. BXIRNF .
attIJlJi'attarhiiieut and I indebted to ihe: said e-.mu- 5t
therein i.'ucd, n.o) ; barred : those ; Prj. .
Merchant -
,iia': "? t.., tlc next t-mi of said couit. Th-j def-A-. : rcijueslcd to make payment to '1. K. BE1'l"2Sw LId retail. Country tu branch running( ; through :
    :.: -> cr ij -niedl arc hereby notified to .IP : vill ..
    ""* Montice-ilo, \Vlt() (
    ; pSuwJ to the k-darati..n filed in said case, .::' VliUUTCM'S NOTiCii --All persons laving 29 41tfL.ARCiE 1.Iagnolia Ftorida.i5oi whi-h will be liberal, 1
    -j1" tiw. J- A. liEUTHELOT for PI'ff 'y
    Au'y -1 of .
    l. demands against the estate GeorcPoytl.reflate \\ ill als.uSL-11 ihe
    .::ruary i sj, 383. g53i.i'ALL cf Jackson county, doused, are rctiucstcd ; FiI( EomN STEWAIIT, to .Alo'.riclht and give a :

    < J In Lro/i t'o.uity Court. them duly authenticated ithm the time pre- rsPHCTFIILLY[ offers his professional, srvieeit'o : No'v 23d lAti'l -4

    : > assunijtit. lrCSCflt scribed bylaw will l he forever barred ; titoscndcbted I. ; th" citizens of Tallahassee und its vicinity aa
    T'l'ocft t ;
    IlES I'ljisbhL, ) In attachment.ajove to said estate a1e ( ( to a prtttlilzuittr of niediciflt'. His office is on Jcficisonst BlriSOLUTION UF .

    stated cause has been instituted, an(I dialc taynlcnt. 3 e. i' I'o 1 Ite n-xt door to M r. Perkins' drug store.Tullal.as.ee .

    :-.. 'm f'itachment therein issued, and ir.adii' JAMES \V. EXUI S Nov, 23l_lR3- ctf__. of Lockcrman and Craig.
    loic! liexl term of said wurt. The defeudL -- -------- -- -mAy sent, on the first iust.
    I shall apll I
    date OT
    .Uter m'RTllEL
    anrt tjo-1 !LL.-tx; VVCCKS ; J.MES: ALEXMfDLlt firm call
    aUot-htrscoi arc requested
    ccnK-d notified Court o: IcJ
    are hereby toap of the County
    to the Judge at Law. subscribers.
    plication Counsellor
    dix1,. P e-d to the declaration filed in said case ac: | for letters of Admimstratiou on the cs. Attorney and either of tho

    F to law. J. A. BERTIIELOT Att'y. for Pl'fl r. Leon County R. Lone deceased. ILL practice in the Court of Appeals ;-flIt

    i834. 2SZmt tate of Joseph WS.Jii W of Leon Gadsden, and Jackson -- 22tf
    &LarYIst /1834. ELIJAH A D .v! Superior Courts ,
    March 8 of Florida and in the Superio, The subscriber will A FULL supply of Landreths' superior parde"r,
    t, aStcr date! pjilicalioa w ill be made ttM.lOUra1Jle "Commissioner '.f in the Territory ; Lterb and flower seeds received and HCTTresh
    ; tb E. The office of the & Uecatur enmities, of the boutli terms and solicits a ju. t wan i
    the county court of the county ofle of Tallahassee," is at present kept it I Courts of Thomas Stateof Residence :ienda rf the late firm ; by E. B. PERK P* .*. r
    .i. the
    1Jat 'r kttcr.; of / dniini&tralion on the estat TrcasurCt'S the! city and Auditor's office in the Cai1tol.JjfJ cm judicial circuit of 1633.Georgia 15lf Jaii 11,1834 22tf EI> I October 23th Tr r.

    l prooks, late of said coumy deceased.l tiie cvrni1Qucr. -taUahjscce

    '-C > l. ((30Cw.) JAMES JI, BUOOKS.

    I. -'. ,_ .\.
    _- -- : ___ : .u- -- 1 -- S
    --- -
    $44- '. ..1 --
    __ -
    .- \ -- ( - --


    I. Hue alterations have been PLAW* S' HOTBtT

    p -v cc f the naval arsenal at Alexandria do not appear1 got up in his sleep and danced a hornpipe with I c>IT so, and that some and I am .subcriLor hr.ii taken ;

    {PUBLISHED BY &UTRORZrY.j t, be relaxed ; and the maintenance ofaforrm- astonishing agility.-Once while! tin veiling, be I nade in the !sMIini and jramim of, even that T takes this opportu-i.ty: of he mforliu.PUNTERS',. Hand 3

    able sea force seems still to be an object of the stopped at a Hotel, where all the ronms bt
    Chap. 916-No. 77. An act for the relief of William Igyptian Government. The exportation of all he was obliged to sleep in a ch uuber with ..r I despise this way spt-llmg contrary : on the 1st of March isSi rrvJLlil

    S. Mooring, late Sheriff and Tax Collector arts of cram continues to be prohibited ; and a coachman, to whom he related his' agile pro attire. And as for grammai it's pretty much KinnAR %f.BROWN'S MOORE.

    of Jackson County. onsidcring the wants of the army and the scnntiressof penalties, and expressed a hope thai his companion: ; :j thing of nothing at last, after all tho fusth

    SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and the harvast there is no probability of its would nut be disturbed, if, durin I lie muht lie ( it's made about it. In same place, I wouldn't HOTEL*
    be attacked with fit of somiiMinbulHu.! I N the West side of th
    should a Ca I
    taken o:
    Council of the Territory of Florida Icing the spelling, or grammarsIhumi or any () -quire b .
    Legislative off.MARKETS.. "O no"-said the coachman 1 am ft e'cIucIhI- I j uF( <-r either it will St. Augustine and IVnsac.i.i M.t. t? TII ,eea\

    That the Auditor and Treasurer bo and LIVERPOOL, Januaiy 31.- There was rather ly troubled with an infirmity* somewriat similar, j jI \ !! rl?
    they arc hereby authorised to allow and pass spirited demand for cotton in the early part olth often rise in my sleep, and l.mcxiisjr: my h.)rses 'j ,je found in my o\vn way. had smbcr has removed) is now open frr the i"P- scof

    to the credit of the said William S. Mooring, week and full prices were paid for all descriptions stuck fast in a quagmire, seize my whi'', :"iid lay I[ Hut if any body complains that I have public enlertainment.

    the sum of one hundred and ninety one dollars and ii. new Uplands, which were most intruest about me with all mv sttPutiI-ah1.1 if I should [ .it looked o'vrr: I can only say to him, her, Sept. 7thJ833. 4ifj) THOMAS BROWN

    and seventy and a half cents, the amount of his T4d per Ib., advance was realized, but disturb you during the night, I hope you will ox- or ihcm-us th- case: may bo-that while cri- jAIL AD.-Books of subscription are now Onl
    nhirh wthin: the last day or two, the inquirer in the I Imyket ruse me" "In the night th" gentleman got up in and learning to Treasurer's office, and n-iii j be kt
    accounts ; st the Territory, were rejected I lies were learning grammar, from the dali
    agui dancei The I for sixty days : here- for Vic
    has greatly"fallen off and advantage I Iganed I his sleep and began to citerpn. '
    Commissioners, as informal any Iuul iu. JACKSON, L. i.. i>. V crelighting s-ock of ihe Tullahass Rail Roa. '
    by the Treasury in the previous days has boon nearly lost coachman also got up seized :iii.s whip, and oxer- j |) -'Il. e |, submenu-t0i
    which deemed ana correct. of! hU the ..t.Lflu Ir is our books, anti h,' received at the above place durin business
    just '
    but arc in tho sales made yesterday and to day. The Sums cised it so well upon the defenceless body I m j
    1834. APPROVED. Feb. that lie screamed with pain na'c;; :; and prirI.IflRLlOnS1! and cabinet writings by CHAULb'S AUS'ln
    PASSED, Feb. 12, and Sea Island-?, particularly the latter, went lively countryman, : Secretary and Treasurer to the Board of Direct '
    15, 1834 of well by auction this day. 'The sales of the i i anti a
    --_ -- --- --- -- week, including 1300 bags American, taken on ;1 length awoke, terrified almost to death He was litlle looking over, and a lilllc corroding ot

    from the AT. Y. Conner if Lnqnirer of Saturday. speculation, amount to 1SSO bags. Import 1-2, i never known to dance in sleep alWrwanls. Boston I the spelling and the grammar to make them FLORIDA

    LATER FROM ENGLAND. .Tour. r l .li unde-rs'-.ird! h ivin
    513 bags. business. ; purrhascd of
    i..g en
    fit for use, it's just nobody's
    Graham, nrTivcd JL La Fayelte. the tow ushiu .1.tiitt in Florida
    The packet ship attend to ,
    last night from Liverpool', with English dates FROM FRANCE. PREFACE OF THE HO.V. DAVID CROCK men have more important nvitte.r to their i'5- -, d t him by the Con-xw of the United States'0S"ihf "

    She sailed on the 2d of that the J\"eie York Courier aadEnquirer. ETT'S BIOGRAPHY. than crossing their t's and dolling I sanm f'r sac.
    of the 1st February. Correspondence of
    t and suh like small things. But the "Gov This laud is isuate f in the immediate ntiohfo.
    month. Fashion is a thing I care mighty little about h-xul of Tallali I.ISSt e, and is be'ie\ed, tor ?
    The accounts from France and Spain are not as Paris, December 27, 14.,1'.,. j ernment's" name i js to the proclamation: and fertility
    j oxoopt when it happens to run jist; exactly nc.i -ud, and Ini-nl advantages, to be more valuable thai'any
    late as those already in our possession, and no fur lithe acquittal ol tin twenty seven individuals 1 t.otion and I mightv tim)' n me's to the book ; and it I didn't write other land in ib- ;. rrilury. "
    ther news had been received in England from Fortugal. Ullo were accused of a conspiracy against tl.o i cording to my own ; the book, the Government" didn't write thy The SiMitliwcsteri! p.vt of the nshipadjj1 >.

    Little i intelligence of i interest has, therefore, Government could rationally be considered as a nigh sending out my hook \\ithon any preface prncl.imntmn, which no man flares! lo dcnij. ci'y of T. I H.'hassc I #-. ir-.m \v h i.ii p ,i- to tle shj' ,

    reached us by this arrival. All indication of hostile proof that the plots against the constitutional ] at all, until a notion struck mo, th-st poihaps Hut ivad for yourself and ears for a port r t"i.. Al.uka diit.' ic of about twenty nit a
    just amy
    intentions on the pan of England and France throne *f France, about wliieli! so much has been t it was nooossarv to explain a lit'.lo the reason don't a rail tuaiJ ;:i content :ati.IlL to !I e p.ia'e, in a sho-"

    against Russia, in consequence of her views on said, exist only in the i imagination i ol I the 1 Procur- I why and wheroforo I hid written it.I heel-tap; if before you get through \ou limn.The

    Turkey, have passed away. One singular fact cur dii Roi, then one might look l forward with Most t.f authors seek fame, but I seek for j say, with many a good nuturcd smile and hearty navigation. 01 the S t. JKrk> rivot has been vccntlv

    which Vas mentioned by our Paris correspondent, confidence towards a t tranquil state of things, and I I justice-a holier impulse than ever entered into laugh, This is truly the very" thing itself Sontlu'stcri i.iipI- ,|' .tit!, to i.f a li.e point f- '\'V:;>Hill M .!,,nl.jcb six !miles will of tU

    is confirmed by the English papers, namely, that hope to sec a progresive amelioration in the condition j tho impitimM struggles of the votaries ofjhat the exact miagu- of its Author. navigation foi .1 chcaji and ccrta.r. Ll.(1s1ortatjun aforii
    thp Admiral ol the Viceroy ol Ktr.vnt: bad desert" of ilii-> \, .i i tit\ wiilr.ii K MI iepleie with yWU) CROCKETT.WashmufZt.n .
    and with his vcsl at ; but which seemdoomed tol be tick Ii', flirting Roddies.A prod utc.
    to the Grand Seignor, was resources, continually
    ).. will bes.od! ,
    CilvrV; Tiiiland
    1st 1834.tf i :n parcels t .uuc. those
    has been mailo to the woild
    Constantinople.' stopped short in the career of improvement by publication .
    I in lo urchase. on a er.J.t fro, nto eight
    The British Parliament was to meet on the 4th internal commotions, excited, but too often, by which has douo me imicli injustice ; and the at reasonable? f.rict-s ib >s.nisht.i.. [urh.sc j yca w1'i '

    February. The subjects which it was expected those who have not even the excuse of being ambitious catchpenny) errors \vhu-h it .ntainus, have ORSALI. i nuikc ap;>lict :ion lo fiilKrt if-: ii (U r i-'nc-I "*

    would immediately be brought before! that body, ; for, in nine oases: out t m of ten, I the love of boon already too longsanctioucd t hy) lily silence WILLIAM i Im M'YTAU
    Vital the are alone is the I of actions -1 i' 1 4'.iih.-l< PKTI r GULP COTjfON Iii:< :'' ',;; \\ iti
    and which are of interest to country, money, and that, spritg: the m I t d-m't know the author: of the book-and in- \ |>KN'
    thus enumerated .-'Church Reform. The claims of those who keep France in a conlinual: ferment. SEED. XVIL1.IA.V: t. CiA1U.l'allahassce. .
    I leod I ioi"t want to know him for after In-1 :
    ; Novci:1 .r .I''i-J.j.
    of the Dissenters. Poor Laws for Ireland, aRlaI! I 1' i U. K.

    alteration in the English system, and Corporation Any man who will riouKly consiilor tho state has taker such a liberty with my name, :and: j 1" ) I .. KLOUR, I'flN HAMS, tjl.Thf:: :: S'/r n
    Retorm. of society here, nitM (1 t tiiml.I ) come to the conclusion ; made such in effort lo hold me up to ptinhe I l t ', N I )d.u.s t ( .i i .itgz.ta .. j '.'criter .Iife: (. ,

    On the last two days in January, the weather ( that t I there I is :a co.ni t I m mal: conspiracy against ridicule, h'1 ca mm oil< oaKuinto.I I on any thing hut m ( iltElI.'p.l.'s.: iiI't o rf-Ki\ &<-. iv \\ < Georgia ; HlchiiwLn' it'n" :ui Star, U4J.N.C. ,.
    ;Mar.! >. I-1 ( will '>iii'J! > :' \i {t.
    ; pt. e ii i! :
    bate been very tempestuous and considerable: loss time constituted authorise I! *, against propty, ngainst my displeasure. I: in- had been content to ward their ..1tuts to iiiis .}}....
    the under writers at Lloyds.II.ARLF1 order and tiuvrlbre u it t is f ',- to i icontemptuous .
    experienced by ; ; : thjor.ib' have written his opiums about me, howevi/i Sporting Ititelligence.'Dl'l'l ----
    Jan.: 21. sec the Government i institute i pioceedmgs ?tci; !m as r EV I)i Ii _; SKJtlK I i'!./1c i i __. stit.
    they mi ht have; been, 1 sSionlit! | .1.
    In the political world! every thing i is in a state; of those now orought) to a t-loo, Inc result r.f winch ., : scriber Las just rt' ivt-u !,_ slop %IlIerrlv ,
    havo less reu.s.i.i: to ( ,, )'. But when In* Nc" r York a com.it'! .:> i.-v-rliaenr. <,; t'resh ami *
    {Stagnation ; the coiilercnccs at London are not resumed seems to have nude inainfe.-l j I the fact: thai t the. K.
    professes to ive t'.irr.itive: (ahe uiten inc Drills and Mrdici>; ;aU paints, mis! ilits .
    and will not be till the German Diet Iras young men were either led on by I police a r'iits, oral m/ a:

    civen its consent to the entire or ;partial cession of ; all events, that i tho-e agents km.iv i,it I i tii--ir procecilings does) in my f. a hiiyua, and; I then put-t 1 into dye sirumcnis stutlV,, piteiil etc. etc.i'!,<-*(U'hJ'prl.I in. j-rfumery iii svr' ..,. surgeons sarsa.1rL.c -.

    Luxemburg Meantime this absent cannot lead whirij they pretended to discover only my own mouth si.; h lai.'guag.1; us would Jigracu --- xt. Bella.lon.i, t.\r. rtcir.a, exti\t fj; -.mc, pruss, :

    to any result at present, because the mailer will at the moment! when thenwj Mimethin-r like a evon an 'omi1.i.iih: African: ho must himself I : ..M ;:;"T; I iron, sal inartis,d tigitalKs I cnrroM\e .-' 'huia te, turp'
    lie discussed in the Ministerial Congress at Vien commencement ofoxeoniion.I i Then the oifendei I'f'L' L. L mineral isingi3-s tiHimli" tiM-kui-' hi.
    ; bo some-i''L? O. thv I j i.IOC| hI !haItJlll! I j uij 'z inapuainann.i

    na. All eves are turned on ilie journey of the wore apprehended, and nov. after having Iven. me mid the tuix I ho h.-; pi --ed off on iho pu'.ilic. suTph.it-->fplnuii, .- Prince of Orange to St. Pete:>bn! j, \viio is not expected kept t ill j I.sOIi live: IHOHIUN I they are l on the eve ol'tho blue mo>s, pulv .u.'i.U'-imiic-, !L'i IeThr, squills, MTcrjrot

    back before the month of M-uch. Till lli-'t opening) of the Ch.unbeis. dt-elared to I be inti'iont I have met wtn; h>mi>'oi's, if not with'thotuands : T-'l ili.I-.M-I- Sjiniiil? i0*. firS.ui.llc I1.'rseM, fouTH n.A: 't- if, cr 'hairc sniT( I.M. lass b"-'

    of be loo lied lor. It Tnitri il wbic.ii ol'peopl"t vv-o: havo form-d thoirof plasters, Sv\aiinst>< uact.1i: : Ilia \ irmif p, qi.jr? '.
    time nothing} importance c-in | : Z:1: le.iily bten lit tl ,' iKe B. '\ .il o ..- M.mi, .lie .-'' )!)'' \\ (! i. '. HI
    is probable that the result ol the conferences! at I than: a succession of puerile birkermg wilil not ) : .., f MV a.ipi'.inn-'o: habit-, language: i! i'.f\t. ,nii: ( ''1.1 ih1I'f I IlI'c(; t11 ,''., t.t t4)r II tt1l strychnine, im ,r.hit.; .i., b ei>t rliibt.. [ >> 1.1 ; ; sjlltj|

    : Vienna will be l known at the opening of the Assembly I j tend to sJrrnjrthon: tin (iovoiinient: ol Louis PhiliPI'C ami I t-vejy u ihiiij ei.sj, ir mi t th.il di-reptiie i vvo-U : .t I- r- s ni'lv? nurvribly f-> ti1.. r .If-J it'" t ihiT.u.dias- CttlliiI iIlStlultiit IIt flpIt. uJ.n %. L' Li ;. ;. '.*...
    lit : t.i elerr
    of the States-General in April. i and this i.s to be '-I i J i.-i.? 1 'lti!>, tho"! P i.t Mr:_ l it. vvr mill. pumps. j.i ; i.
    ilt't'po' ii-iv ilt'i.-m-t .v-jic
    deplored tor { y
    ] | ; : I lht'y' i- ; ni I vc; > 11itin: : o i'r''t-' battery, ul js fnnii* K.a, > > %. tj'|>':.f \ .. 1 |.(<:. ) ,
    The Gazette of tno 2.d tnsl. Ins the vhia is takes that iJoveinni-i.t I have, 1 1"T I'\--- .1- :> 1' P.r 'si-cturaIie $10.LI .
    Augsburg meyer in .
    m < ; >o.l i ; : fi": ;e. ; .ni i ::-t ::i.--i'n{ ni at :. hiiu: in.ib ai ti lcm\L iifi>. i.x! r /. o \.\> -.nVy.. ;
    following'extraet of a private letter of th" I l. ti! from I made: there is no uoubt that i t the I Kiii m ;. I Ini.I i.- i interests I me m juIm, ..,.:: -i.njM-, v. iIi '.!ie eoi.nh t-inro, rM'- I'\ LI i> \i'1 1 ii-\::\: i.--vit i'uiiC J 50-entrance hawk tit, MT-2c:; r :'. <:' L *, >ri-...ft i -s>.\t

    Berlin. In ord-T to improve tho tnde of E.ist; and of his countiy at hcaii, and i Jiial: !,;.-, \e..H; fcar.ii-, *- -, rt.-* !I. '..I.cjvils.. t: 'O'I
    ; I. :. Oil: eotnioi; !h.-: \;-\: iii't hiji| inl I !'iMi'i I) .Y.- I Ha1 Mi--.re rla>!i, Purse $ 0-'-nu. PIUiarmiii.
    Wo'SftVussiawliich has suffered considerably! from are enli litoned. Tin1 boys and moon .; k\ .: e.v Jipjvarati') .i--; r T sr't's'i1 ,t.i: ,. 3, >*.>.': .- v ty; y..
    ; the exclusion system of Russia, ou" government out ag'iinst: : him, w.-uld innko sad v.oik of it il l hoini( I 11 I i ; roirt ;ill ii: '--<* fiUe u limis. ''!'<'' b- 1"in.td Itf|> it f th? -n''T:: (* ra-iiity of hat tl iy, u.t!,..> pit-piirati > ..f Lr. t Jfcnr.RKV.. t'r. -r

    has endeavoured( to form a commercial treaty with they: were -.uecced in driving him from tin' j neil to do j jj'itj"; to !uivself I tlr.tt I have vvriti uul ti"! rrnir nv jpy| ..fall tl.rrc da: *. :-. I lltit. if iislmnlil i P'.ii t i i. 1p I* '. q %iL3; r-x. s' anl..tl.i, i; i:

    that Power. Councellor Seimnler was sent to St. country and leaving it in the minds >i l'tho Xccittt? i tten.I ,'xq-ef'.I N (O, i'if' n-sitbur t', t? lu'i.j; t j) to i he tin I.'r mincn'y lilt'O i aiiJ r.' :.,. i.i.n.:; tr.- <' .; tti.f tt l.y.Cxt. .

    Petersburg to that ciiect ; every thing was troing ties D roils de THo nine. Instead of two or thret ( It is certain thit the writer oi'tin hook alluded >i ,u uini'.i'c.i after, I bv* I ii.: I'.>.t.ut.-; Hnrtcs of tic. I. Ui.ti At: c t'ircotnlaiu Ue-u.: i.e' b'.t.: ., r, nr'. .

    on favorably, the treaty was nearly terminated, and: I (or more perhaps) grave mistakes w.nc.'i LouiPJiillipjie > I thai! ti iv. 'J'iK '. 15UO\V. com[ : r. >vt, i'i!Id: !i r. (
    [I to, his :jatlnrod; nj mmv: immmcrA'ct; I .i > \ fc ecnulieon-:*:.,1.1 t.fi, fti*. .-i.rai.i t !f.t; ;'. r r ttiin!
    ; '
    the Prussian Plenipotentiary' was about to return, has made, these soi disaiit philriiitnropisi! *; I rfut I" I. ( Om1. rss ) itfiui'al mixt'irr. iir
    i s l mt'ism I I m itiosi I rin-iTung; I mo, as in Mnirt.s -alts, it: ''St:.'.. -i.uJ.
    when Russia; suddenly withdrew from the would into ail the Taps' I i--:; : : : ;.--I itt
    negotiation. pluiige moiistro> iies! 'l.'i v\s ANi-: no'rl4' diei. cs of t Air. i hnnii,.-;.>u Ivi,>*!f r, It 'ci: ; va.. KCbi'tjinrTii
    have attributed the removal !I : parts of i h.-J; VOT h MirT- ;.; -ouif little: hitnhlaMcoof I 'Si !. !. >
    Tlio journals tern made u;> ol tender mercies a I Lt Robrspic'ritland :ii 1 ?i P 1P i. i-so. !.' >; ; sw. l>- ve a m- C'-v.t ...j.t .il.\ci I
    of the French Ambassador at the Court of Sweden tIt tIC: beau ideal of St. Simon. I tiuil; l 1tLI i -k hii, : if this m.l.r.ei'iuhl! t rfuiily tor uvvij- ilisoftli.r a.-.'t r' : t mini

    to the production of a vaudeville at one of the Par hbehoved\ amongst the I best intonncd person'; ovr r .u-i! huye, h'.xv v.o.il.i }hhavo Iiko-1 it : % 1i :'kJ ir.snin_: t-ui a' '1 stale of tie :.roo.t, nn !r-: .r<. -Ct : '.>. iJ. .', .v,, .

    isian Theatres, Le Camaradc de Lit ; ibit; is cr- that Hnssia will he arrested in her mnhitiou'. i I if !I'' '.; tro.itod: him so : If I h put togt'ti- ltt's.I'fii'; ualic pills! f. r icm.i! : ..l i it>, -tru.;; tit. .. itv

    roneour. as, from what we learn, M. de St. Simon course I by the rcmonsti inc.es and manifcsbilionsof : ,, I er .*u'-h a bmiiili m ol ri v i-ll Ic ift'Vfl ; ,: .. I I.e Suni Ii- C1li..lIlt1..l, itC. ) ri pi&hs, V.l b. tf.L ..
    ivas recalled from Siockiiolm i on account of improper England! !: and Franoe : Indtvil I such must ,. ,, -t.i.I' this T.-rri-o.-y, as ;i >trc' ssful nicer, dysp-it- and in -- ,. r.eu.i. tic iii :. '. ii: .
    inevitably -j it his nn-uc, am' --it i i' out ):? th world fiiitr!
    't'i.i tipt{ ; h C15 S n-.edc. Uu-nfic Ts ,.,
    } rir.ttr.u j
    conduct iovards one oftIle ladies of the Court. bo the case, lor she could not siiccexslulUv&"ntiw t1It. :i tictlL: I I f his pL if.n. ancc'is! tit Jtzi.d I;. } i1id
    without} -Vf-r .r-,- =sha.' >" t ,.:!.- bis eye w.ii.'i*, 'Btit 'i .\ii.I-ap r>iic Je iu.ie, .1 'e <
    'Tin'tinople.* .i'tMFtvil dateJ Jn' :il r"!<:( ""tlio follow-illy" from.10/MV J oie:'"*: \ ?S fui'or.t-.i flV'diVrroyffrlc liflI'I poriniJisioji i J o tiif.n qiicsjjoris all upright i U-i i seven years nl\ l, 'f the best bt,;'>k in the Uiv. planter, fa.i--ti.iu: t.I i>.ii ucltc !'Ihi. \Vri-: ; t ,IJ.I

    tt. .cntion to his troops ; lie is expecting instructors wliic.li now so happily exist, and by reviving ol.i I men mu-,1 g-vc thsame.; .mvvor.. It W.H I' t- l S''t- s, l>e4-; iivd I hy the! tr.ni'uu Tiniolrnn, one des i' 'I. t.i.'rt..i u t.; 'jt;. IIT iho at i>' cf< -sitor i-- >i

    from Fiance and Itiy; and Icvics will jealousies and animositiis, et at variance thA.vipowers I -.vrong ; and i iho tlofiTu' to m iko. m-inoy hv if, i i.f t t'r >-? ri.li! In-.MG aiu? l.im.xis rol's: ot'oM S.r: .vrV.MS i- f ii, v sri approved.:*!!'. C. C. LL )X \ \\

    then ho ordered in the provinces. which,, I if I united: might oppoxe an insurmountable | is mi apoh.jry for such injulii o a felL'.vi ; l. :i '. ',T !':y tic! high Ii brni iiiiorteil| tiorso M? "i-u.- t, ,-'.,.|IIT 2o'j-: > I if Or (:?: ;
    It i is intended to introduce colonization j \v tin-hi.- raa.l-d.ti.i the
    a sort hy in-portoj hnr-e
    barrirr I t.1 the encroachment 'Z{ i lit' i man.L Tiipp.i -? r\ ;: Kiiii.-: ( ; t : .. \M: < ''.ii-'t itI.V .
    in several ol Asia but the Onoman Government 4L I HI* i i.s a !tl''I[ l) ty ufivsnrcis of s\t en !IItn.l.
    parts ; North : ; liijli, '
    Dcspjtsofthe ami ? :
    by the nsoral edeciwhicl. 1-- A : Ai'AL ll.'x
    ; 'L \ i U WDI.
    | Cut I will h }him o.iiunitts! .- ,
    must reflect while, for its linamrs are the would be i ) passt: > mv wi-h is : ::raL ul'i! w\rh beaiuy! uf toriii atn( .
    produced the i's .lert .
    by uninicir rnmI I'L]I ?a.-r's- :i.Cni.rir'. C. iiavi a>M>:i \t -v! ::: n.svi'tncf lCL ;
    most exhausted in the world. M. de Rutcnicfli the I action of liberal institutions, jbrco the iYt-'lLrhl'tIrili; | groatly more to vmdieale ru) .s.hI. than to condem sf l.s; LtO.tetire sij.: : an.t Him of FOtU LI X IIARD3,
    ; ill l
    !: I-.L'r !
    :(; u >r tV.r.iislifil
    Russian Ambassador, will be absent MX months. States to similar [ i him.i ]. |.., :i-os.irtin-a Gceiti't1 Ji ;Itr IIOL'SF.; udl
    grant : privileges to th.-r ,
    I j ; ,u. ; ( I I .- ':>i .v'- to ii :-r-, (Le: .'-Arior t if ilienurr
    Osman Pacha, the commander of the Egyptian and tins avert that trcmendoUN In th." following I have i i-- p.-\y l CO./V/Sa/aV; lisizes: ct .Ipj'adiicila. lh\r:
    I : l-i.-w 'vhic.1,i page omJoavoured |i tradt.1)-SI) l "i (he s ,i ; n t.t! SIt") i mhesit-.t. ltI'- I
    fleet, who has submitted himself to the Suluin remains I sooner or later, must (all on thosiW.M :-i-m; :' \vifnv: to Ui the reader a phin, liojie.-t, hm>ir s ijvn! l .i :'.'J..j t" '.L- ,i'jivij riL.-r. if not punctu-i.iv m ulMifable. arrarutmeiits wnn several! vtsstis.rj :

    on board I his vessels. Crowds are continually I j deaf to the warning V.HCC of jiihlic ojilniou.Emwr :i"eonnt t-f state in life, and >pun pro I.v '.''. lir-i "f J'Ui' in irrii; S, la.H 3'J-f.' j. like Vo.k!'otftr.ti<>p'rtlici of Coilo.,, &c. eiihcr to t
    my sfimo tew ofi ; orcw >rl.-au an-l d
    down the > having fueiiiliti at
    flocking to port, lo convince thrm- 'c; .li.iriicc; *! ra tho 8ili d.iy of Msrdi : ;
    i the diflioitltie.s i l i which hue: :itton t t loi .. : tunes wiuiin tlu-.o i.i. cr to nvik reitse-iabfe
    < aloni ; :
    selves with their own eyes of tne truth of his arri :>iation in .l.thama... At tht' l.j me i ii il I '?, h. i ii 1' ..Ttiit.N ;
    ; t SeSo,1]i its journe-, down to this timn' I > prod cc cons'unwd) lo their cai-i anaiiMnagtiac',
    val. It is said that mutiny had broken out in the of the nrn i perttI .
    Legislature: T; I this latc, :ni art wa-; i 01 liN HEN'llVVill they wnjild tfui'.y!' tender their -rviccs an.U-
    Egyptian fleet stationed before Candia, with a view passe I 1\_ aware, that I 1m relit&-.J m sm-ll ,
    pcrmit'ing the owner to emaiic.'jat-: ; anv of 1 j., ujy aiid, \ l air.tin stcmil. t n.y stali.in .- j he-it a lib* ral }pttr.-i.au: in tie aj.n-p: !line of busiiw,
    perhaps, lo follow Osmond's example.) Some: perhaps slaves all of I them as I (fiNir.jminteressing: '' :.Mi.iiannu i !
    or by publishing: | >r >.i\iy dr.! *' ciicum.-tjnces ; hut if 1 nni I will be let i rU-iL'in'titir/f.-5! M.'ifan'lm':7ri/a./ attention to1-
    on the contrary, believe all this to be doception in M mr newspaper in fe: county i" or ( he 'icajvMJo .- I'. ny npol-.gy[ ] i is, thnt it was roud! red neces- i; to Marcs at Twenty Htil-! ( b'm-ae., cotibiir.i.-d to tbera ci: he. for sale er oU?

    on the part of the crafty Viceroy, who, m tin which said slave or j-i.ives n ide! his mteatiiii;. jry hy a desire to link the difii-icir.: periods ofny Jars tl.c sean, vvlilcli; : li.-.s wi.-p.

    event of his Admiral being well received bv the! to appy for permission to lht' ju ant I Cfose Stores are unitemg -?
    ns I
    couuix they
    Sultan, had already jrivcn orders to iiis Pa dm to court to poccrd: in sun : maiiimii i '. t/V passed, from r-.in-nnr until the 1st -Jay of .ij.rI1..' ; payaolc t-iC l&t ) a ihonmgh rrpar; uill 'oe 1 I.tre an.l C'>mnio.fifis!
    > nin ani I
    with Poite in : : my, childhood onward, and thea-hy to enable of I siiaicdin I a de.-iral!._
    renew war tho the ensuing Spring. saul jiidiTj-. on iuvestijr.iiion, is bound day January next. : part of tile tm\n, and uti-
    Tiiis, however, appears iniprolma hhc. The; news I vhirt her the reasons aligned I by the deti-imint' : te! n-acler to select such parta of it as he may ; John I Hcary'is full 5 feet 2J i.i.'hc : li'gh' a bcuitiful i e.ij: >f fioni the dan rs of .ire i as ay: oh. r J.ousef.iI
    owner Usiillicit : relish red sorrel, &c -in his form and action I nn-.itar ch.'rark-r, i-n tb- Toinr.WM. .
    from Alexandria is not favorable. The VTceroy I most, if indeed, there i is i iiviy secii a
    in in
    or not. l.i- thing
    jn )! )! : sullicienr, I it any it '
    I iiInediily
    P. )
    tne too much.A which sail hIs apcrfi.nl ii'oik-1 of a race hor.'r bis colts fnun time < UDf (|.lfc of Au ist.T.! Gi*
    oppresses country I oF! to!: judge In sanction the manumissionand may pal .t.'.
    ; I2IJSt iNniKiion Marcs would do credit lo h-jrse in EinVD. J. I1AIUL\, (Apalaclncula.[ *
    reaction is anticipated but for; the, .uul it would have laJvcn thccj'Tk ol the ct>;mt/; court is to register tut I havo; also been operated or$ by another I .Ii1t'jjC.L. He is 8 years old this spring,any ic was Sirud l'EhE.VC'ES-Sfrrt ..c. Fontaine, Smi!' t

    place already immense f.uce of bis name or iiios! of' the ciiruicipaieil; in a hook kept I consideration. It 1.1 this :-I I k-io\v, that oh- I liy time! eli'br.ited; r.T M I '.luok'-J' >ha, his d un by t .thl.'_- I I I I J;7 r g.tii, J. 6' Callioun, M. 11.. Pf: fy $ Co. T. 4ij -)

    army. for tinpurpo.sr.. Tin; liberation$ j is granted hov- I jscureas I am my triiuo j.; m-ikin oonsidora1i I Ii1I ini : f.ir I a further kn .vN-l.I o of his fCtJigm'C.', refcrtncrLI : (ip> ,V Co, WMliek Green nrn.l, ,y'Co.,-Coh'u.Rrgtft .

    ! The Aujrsbnrg Gazette tiE'lime 2 fib Just contains ever on the eiiilition: tliat I the sl.iyc or sl-ives i remove i (. dral of fuss in the world. I I' v I bo b nJ to C'-l T-.. 11 i.onir! bis present owner.I i $ A"ii ',Wf, Jas. Jlani'hn :::6'on.Joh
    me following i-xtraci ii'a private letter Irom beyo-| I till- hunts of Aiab.in4a' ; within can't tell vvhv I have no lif>irat->'i i.' otyin. lint, llrit this Horse Pitkin. -New-V.- <.

    I Berlin dated inc isih t instantThe Oriental monthi ir\erio: I retiirn m and m i tile slave; or t twelve.slaves i it is, mr in vvli.it i K is to end. (t
    L be considered .soliled I : ho<, seems; anxious 'I. r.i'i. luis ori-r! and I,1tuiaCI1i.Itt are so well known .s.' -j-i' 4- /eartu
    question may: through iliejnedriiton continue the flit'1)crIv of I the I owner until such j every y t > got a poop nf me; T. W..Vc Cow.-Mobile.
    of the Austrian Cabinet Ifjt.veen removal I' and il tii :' I d.-t-in I it inii! to menii'ai the An17, l-j; ;{
    Jt : Hie I I be rI1-tctI. Should t the .slave would be hard to toil which v.ould have vess.u-y pcrlirul.irs: |fti f
    Courts of St. James and St. or .slaves I ins ric-, I II u'iv'f, with r"liaddeu> and Ajax, was
    if Petersburg, and ihe ever return to I t.e: St.ite. tie! Jaw direct.s their yp- tho 'advantage, if I, and t tho iiI-, ivernm ," if-pivfa'aV! ilisi ...ci Pig r1. fioM the seroiul heat ia very 3-n '1's .; ..II-4tl_', 1Eu. ii V1N(. .IFOlW.li

    The troubles n/sult thai of were the likely to taken spring Iron it renhilveti.L n Jon, and, afd-r' I ihiity daysadverlfcin", isposal | and IJlack Havvlc," and ;:1 ;rr--it otrn il bin .".-'s.. iriihvi't A/5/>' ;/. ; <'}) t: this rnir ./. //. /uJ nteer II _) t)1i1i( : SE, 1t ;ciiL-ot.-'u1e ifli.

    L steps by the Austrian at jiibic! sale, as slav >;; Ito life.S caravan ol wild varment-, ., / ) nil oed .. -how- b.tii c'tod i r :-hit.!. A ,T ulucli E.I'C lie was inairhrd.v signed bavifonntd a. fo-j'artnt-r !hij> mill, r lie fif"1 *
    Ambassador in Londonvas, 1 that on I the 4-Jd ultimo t tho > j ..u. r Tii ui'l'Mis, T'.v. mile: bc.its, for S-'OO, to be run l-'alconar .V lviaiurouili t f r the purpos t.ttrtnttthI

    the British Minister despatched a note to St. Petersburg Notable I women," say Madam: Roland at same time in fon dili't j..irt.s of any .c.'T .lie ItmiKV eon far ill April following, and reeiv- a general artHcyCufl.ilF; -:Ofl and rPc.vi1.Z! a.iil? w'

    to .say, as we assured, that be had indeed insupportable to t lIe world) and to their : husbands, are i of the Ing cities in the ua'.o-i.: : i am n 'it >o I l ei! rl.? I It ilf ." .rf.'it ; >! fLIt d I iy !ill, cmiM have run a warding buiine>?. Bt in j preptr d tu mnk. theot>

    ordered tne squadron in the Mediterranean by a fatiguing pre-occupation about their I sure that I shouldn't 't.! the mosi cn (. !i) ofanv r sie 'tal' !lo MCI: o: gainst any luirse, any distance. advances on eoiirnmcnt :to tlu-ir friends in cw"fi'ans >

    to be reinforced, on account of the alarming reports concerns. A wife should trifling of tincrew't Tl.tumust tr! l bo I.i .1 j.i iv.'tI; tri.il :)efotlu- day of his race, he runt New York, Baltimore, PtiiiaJtlphu, if'5''
    superintend thm" i--; '
    : leni'-j
    which chine from Constantinople relative to everv .i.i.sh nf l m'eviti' a I 11 I 3 pi/umis (in a heavy pair an.t B iston, and disposed to devote thfir t'e
    without saying a word about it, and with'sue.'i somoihinjr in me, or :so-if! m". (lht!; ..h itiet( -< ./ exclusively lo the interest
    the equipments of Russia. In so doing he had a -.t-.ttention i : t xr.Tisir4! sh-s! ) in I 1m. .3s. ; in a fuw days: after of tn! rc cciiifi&ting' rsmlo ;
    cammand of temper and managemeui I of I line I which H *v o in I bis from ; their charge, having made the ?'
    but followed opinion the European having as it'noutu m my-r I If L j U-turn Qui-cy lu run n d.u-h of 4 miles with necesiaty arran
    journals will leave her the means of pleasmg 'bv 'humor I can'l ulersta 1 llOpouiii'i) (.i hoi aintiit tliu first menls lo forward cotton to New York orelsc'fc*
    for imne described good mm m i' i n i a'u! I t o-relore put all I I ( d.iy, of May, (two
    some past the views of intelligence and grace, so national; to her sex. the facts down, 1-Mvm th. re.i'ler I li ues in tbo Ntand), one in 7m 54s, the other 3m is. with expedition by vessels! of light draft of water*
    Russia as most dangerous. But as the news from : fiee to tako: the !lowes-t
    She should avoid noise, [parlir.ularly the ha'vhjmr ( la iho Mimmer following! he had a violent attack of loesM rates of freight, a liberal share of pub
    Constantinople was now found to be exaggerated, out about the house to servants, an'd shun his choi'Mof t:;:"',,. j .!;; :. fi>, which ra'iscd him lo loose one of hiscjcs. patronage is respectfully boliciled.L1I. .

    lie had given orders for the squ.uiron lo return to and confusion, that those about her mav not hurry bo I On th) siibji.-) oI)f my stylo, it ?.-> Iri'l: onotigli'in I In the fall he was aij.iin trained and let down FALCOMRIF.V. -'

    its winter quarters, and lie should confine himself harrowed and annoyed by her voc.iferoijfe'uess her I all!I consciiMjor, I to pb-ise orii.-s I?I i if I that is in a.- VeaL. H. KIMBREFERENCES
    to renewing the station in the Mediterranean. In bustle and what Those wm! are siius' t raise fine horses would -
    everlasting augmentation of the they are mt'-r.! rh"v are n 1 sorf of '
    the Turkish question the British Minister relies value % 'r- I do well lo |Mironi7.r him AMES J. PITT3JAN. Shorter, Tarter 4- Co., Gen. J/owan/.jKi/jfffi/t1 ""
    implicitly on good faith of the Emperor Nicholas of trifles a studious attention lo petty objects is min, though, IPH! I shan't evono mn h as I Mari.oma, March I st 1334. 29tfA Drs. Hoxey $ Urqtt/iart, P. D. Woydrity% _Cwli'mb*

    the sure sign tit'a parsimonious and narrow'mind.. stop to hiLish oil' I Ilihoy 1 ( vant tu vvoik on I II Jas. II. Shorter Esq.-Xc\v York. Gen. R. K. fa
    Above all, should cautiously avoid I lion. J. SI. ll'ute-Florida. Dr. 1Jhite-GJ*'
    tonimandiu With respect lo the Vienna Congress its object niy iio ; alter '
    dictating to her husband in what relates to himself 1 den ( ninty. ?//." 3f I1LINITCD ,
    is solely to relieve the German people from their Ms little comfort his they a m" done, I ihov I hud I heller blnf nut nil I 1 t heir -
    or .
    ; trobles which the revolutionary PartY is anxious wishes to preserve his respect, for opinions her virtues, if and s|), criticisms, than to know what opinion I would ION STATlib MAIL, SKDREAV'1'EAMb'OATS

    to bung upon tiicin. It i is not intended to interfere to live secure in his affections and dev( tulnc.s.s, too express of them, and by what soil of a .Minou JACKSOS

    in any way with the constitutional institutions often diminished, and frequently entirely name -.voultl call Inem, if I was 'I ._ cr.... VE1tSAJLLES.-Froni4'

    of those countries who jwssess them, but solely to the tracasseries of a notable lost!, by" them and standing _ _ _ _It1XHIIIS to Appalachico.'iu &..
    vihi:. near lookif-g ovor I tho.r shoulders.They
    put down the spirit of anarchy and opposition 10 ACTION SALES. The above ht.s w .1, mave Columbus alternately, ee :
    nill. al mosl, have only their Iroimlib'l for snbacribcrlKivingIoca. Monday and M't "ne-sJay, at C o'clock A. iM. for .11N
    the laws wherever they may break out, in defiance Cure for Sumuamburism. .TiLM-d: hims"f| in 'I'tILtLLiee! do *
    A French pioj.oscs lo a fenc.al laclntttl.i and will '
    author their But I rather I shall have intersect the new mail stage'13
    of the authorities. The establishment jtny. xpcct ( r-mimisb.on busmen
    existing :
    mentions a certain for regular sale
    cure Somnambulism wliich days, Tuesday from Tallahassee lo Mobile, via Pensr.col.iat AF
    them side. and .
    German navy has found favor with a very influential we do not recollect to have on my S.tttirday.lie and returni"*
    laga on Tuesday
    seen alluded( to bv Thursday al noon. In
    personage, and it is not impossible that itvl other writer. He cites a number of cases any I Hut I don't know of any thing in my book ,in tli \iill aUo attend to adnnnistralor and oihersales will leave IP.tltChlICttla] every Thursday and Fr"3: !
    where (?
    \ goon be taken into serious consideration." the remedy was applied! and was complete! to ho criticised on by honorable men. Is it March23d[ county.1S33. RO1JE11T J. UACKLEY. at 10 o'clock A M. and arrive at Aspalajra}tlie c tf

    "The Journal dc Smy/ne of the 15th ultimo Among others, he speaks of a girl successful. who- on my spetfing ?-lhal's not mv trade. Is it N. U. Instnniu-nts of writing executed with 33f( days by 12 o'clock 31. vlierc passengers will ind s'1I ?
    dales from neau I lor rallahassee.
    vember.contains At that time Alexandria the Viceroy to of the Egypt 24th was No in was the in Sei.ie.the habit This of bathing every night, asleep on my grammar ?--I hadn't time to learn 'tand uj-ssjin.t_despatch, by K. J. 1 IACKLEYColumbia The proprietors of the above light-draught boats fa*

    coming to the ears of her fa thorelore make no to it. Is it invested
    pretension CO"
    Cairo with on a large capital in filling them for the
    still at pushing the up
    great activity ther he
    preparations provided himself with '
    for his expedition the a good cowskin, the order and arrangement of'toy 1)00k1 South CVrotiny, for sue by lorl of passengers, in the confident expectation, that
    against Iedjz1'L"lIese and one right after she had performed her custom. JNO. BLAIR PEACHY.ALSO discerning community will not suffer this the first attempt
    nevei wrote one before and read (
    forces! wiU amount to 1G,000 men ; and although ablution he never very
    seized -
    ary her and applied the remdy to supply Appalachicola with a regular niaif1! )
    it Has al first understood that many, and of course, know little about I.700buslis. SALT
    they were severally, as to awaken her. The mighty coarse and fine-apply as above : o i.own for want ot palronagc.

    to I* commanded by Achmed P.iclu, the War smarting wjth the pain, was also dreadfully poor terrified'at girl that. Will it be on the author.-ship of the hook ? l-Vmury' 3th, t IS33 -f2fitf| _ _Ap1p.tI.xcIiicolat January \9\h 1833. _2jt f

    Minister, it is uow said that they will be headed finding herself almost necked at midnight in -this I claim, und I'll lung on to il like -i COFFEE & WINE. STORAGE STORAGE STORAGE !!

    by Abba Pacha, the grandson of Mehemet-Ali. the streets if Paris and wax plaster. The whole book is
    ( was never known to be own and tb
    my & L' addition his
    Pcr 1'a' It .CUt to old ware-house
    The interest which lie takes in this enterprise has of .I P1IflC P
    guilty step walking again. every sentiment and sentence i. it. I would cc ii' FtE, amid four quarter casks sperfinc OLE) has budd
    induced His Highness f delay for the present his He also relates recently erected a spacious
    instance of
    an French 'fl'EItIFFEVINE.
    r a gentl not be such a fool, or knave cither, as to deny For sale n moderate terms, 80 by 23 feet, forreceivin and
    'to The ng ? cotton ffoods.
    (pleaded journey Upper k.gypt. works mao, who [being also a somnambulist frequently that I have bad it hastily run over, by a friend l Aj.ply March to T. M'Caity, St. Marks, or TIMOTHY M'CARTY
    S3 18J4.
    I [32tf.J W C. MILLER. St. Marks, December 27th 1331.

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    Has: any age ushered in a people Tyta'are S
    stron-1 ect ion of the
    ToUIDh4N gcr adherents toj.arty, than an era commencing: inatton might be deemed Directors, the re-nom- I TT:1: ar** authorised IA announce THO! I Ijx S.
    its date wiU. the warrantable. But that I -
    settlement of our frontier ? What did not happen ; the Senate have been remanded .fKKJ' MI .' t N t h I) Vi candidacto p f' 'tI ..' blooce
    is it that
    excites such division among us ? Or why to reconsider their verdict as a jury are ometime T'41r1''t Leon -.nty ui fb*' next Legi4. s '%ifl st n .e "\'r >ent season,

    .- ia it that so many are by a judge. The sivr : TUI in Lemi ouuiy, on,I nkc
    .- fiATURDAY APRIL 5.yAV. struggling for the ascendan senate cannot, consistently *\ ith I > *)nhrIl.; .. sn the 15th
    > :
    their i-ommcncinjr imt.
    by oath tr
    cy promoting the to the
    election .
    of any given candi the President's support Constitution, yield to -, T'T A \ v )RK via iL iV EST, ", .iinatuis; ort the 1 4th July next.

    : Bonldin, brother of the late rcprescntaf.L datesho ? Ls it not how high time thai their pretension ; nor consistent'y! with I s-: T s ;MI ten i.u! '., '.,1 .ik'ATI1U7' Tir i tiIciuir.u: > ., v liav an opportunity wt ss.e- tj

    district Charlotte, Va., the administradidatc uld cease to exist man-worsliip, rights and dignity, can they ratify in :inv "* .' BcicitrLitu. mhi t ;* stok ; nut'i' to the cry of prtiaurt fonioncv -
    amongst us, and that degree "Lte(, ? eA rt hILIt
    has bcc clectfd by R majority of 300 dates contesting their election candi or manner the rebuke and assumption of1 I : .'* a'plv 'ifif > he mil .sMiiU //j season at the reduced price
    iio*"?" before the sup eririts' which his -J -f 1 \\ dvi, Iollars-Tweutv Insurance, or >
    overFrom Mr. Tucker the opposition candil should submit I Ga proceeding implies.- ?'at,j RB.T 1YO Jt pcrly
    r4l votes their opinions to the z. I cli-mgetl, and Seven the i.'glo leap-payable at li.c
    this and several other indications of scrutiny of an I ) Or i.-fur nn i'v I1.
    pop- I
    cfo of the
    enlightened public, so that : the Senate .e present year, t>n giving good notes wellsoured.
    such or
    > that Gen. Jackson will policy as each cannot, will or will not L T*) j 1
    ccencludc may do, m the : i' 4' : 11)1.41 Iii i ; \ L' Fifty cents for each mare to the when
    tlaf"J Virginia on the Bani and Dcposite pursue, may not be the effect of unfounded prcju'- we case referred to in the above paragraph j I ''..u lie has i.U)K ukt.., j tlrtof served.Tennessean. grocm
    bv dice ? Or have the are not able to say. But, as lar the rNb'ic' f ,,: ,, ,., ,
    be people! of this Territory no lot are concerned in as ri' C rl. Ucur f Fijliei, | wit! be C years old on the 8b of next

    ueiOflS nor part, in the absorbing discussions The ,, its the question, we protest airm-st': I ' I ii '. r '' tie ill pay Tur'icuLu month; was bred liy my hruiht-r, Dr.Vni.. E. BuIer! ,
    of rela being placed upon a false issue '' C '., .. of 'I I l
    lion s which as has been s: 'i- n.-t 1SS LhJt "itY. .idH enurssce-is a ddrk bay. with 'ii .i'k legs, mane
    readers the exist
    tbc attention of our to between
    Vc wfi tflrcCt the States and Federal I templed, we observe, by the party pre
    Card ofMi- Green, \))2iCh will be found in our cob Government ? In fine, Mr.' Editor, the tantamount L party writers. The Senate did miot, in nr ii '. : *;l'.>rd. (im as mod'iatt l b> .liie cvlvbraicd horse C.uolima ). CL of his full sii-

    It is diiTicuJt! to imagine, b m- the report pot object of this communication is to ask instance, reject these four Government Direr ::4i i tin- stie. Ur hnxiiii} : btin brtil in and 1.1, th -rbey combining'

    "i. ) bill in Wyatt to be good Mr. Wm., as is pretended, merely for having made ,v .I. : t ;'- '* WARi. d' ut Ir Arrby; md to
    5 unless we ascribe U to clelibcruc, inurepnv to enough through the medium of Reports to the President, when requir d In t i: '"MS 1 i.vi'Uir.s( ,> OI i' fc.I hi. l t bl'Jcd. tlu pr.Irt't' i't' Ins vi e.h. hereto attached,
    qac51''? } and will be paper acquaint the good to do so whit'b ronibintb in a double form, Ixith! sire Ifl.' ilimof
    fL r ji is notorious here, seen by people of this ; nor win that, we are persuaued, be tl.. 1' Is ii'z tl.iii, ; lie s.a L
    "Snce'tothe: journals published in hs paper, that Territory ofhis political) creed. To inform us only ground taken now in that body in t:. '- Pi:IK iui.u.; I'IIP MI L 11 U imtv-' this tine horse. Lxttnsive P mstnrtg' well '\ ;irrcd,
    opposition .md!
    I i uujer pood tViuuill i
    firnislixi fvi-
    ig' >e -ali'!
    f.'Lflsod its beconcuiswith Daniel Webster's to their re-nomination. The 'H'li' .i |t.b .1 s-.it llir-ji.} duly! a'itln"it!'i'f res
    it through all stages. exposition o I Senate we ha\e flu) i \, 'llt to thibo..- 1 :I' ihf! \L.irate r.f Fifty Cu.ner
    the doubt ; t. I tim' 1I- -s. I 1'I.>'-I I. i iv\ wil l li.'i b
    nature and saw ) or they
    tenor of very good reason to believe lirst i weik I 'in .
    our Government, that in the, that t f. ii ii| 'I Fiiu'.-.' .'') .! i > j-jiici: cstutc aicrc- ; .i i aecnimtat'ibiy tor aeculenis or eic oes.

    ft complete the publics ion of the laws la-day, nnd the event ot'zi collision between the General and I !I Bank person of the again United nominated to be 1). -ctor.s.-.f the -ju '- I in ik*. 'ill!,".. iai.: paym-. Ottier) tmtenr&iif stock r.nd f-'formatire, will N; aalj.i.lttrd -

    be issued the index lufjrsi ill State Governments il ( States on the i p.n. ,.f 1 tue t ;., | i ; U nT-; r.ltinll.si .
    ill a* sovn as *> the Supreme __ I. *
    I t1epninpbkt: Court is the vernment, were deadly enemies of the mstitut ; : : 1 rd, is34. no T-RT BUTLER.
    'Cd. only umpire, or if |i.e admits and couid -IA"S SAI.I'.
    1e _ voc ated by Rowan the construction ad therefore not see any vcrv -narked propntt I jL he ..it.| !j.- hi h"sf .. Mer, U tIme .Pedi. fie of the Sire and ham of Tenncssecan.

    CARD.-TO THE PI'BLIC. and Calhoun ? in placing its liii reSts in their ban,! f9 v TCf T M.r.ildi.'i t \Vi.. lAM I'Ri'CHAKl;, ilfr-rns 4, Car.rjniMM, uhtc.. [.. ri t 'ii l t).,> -. it P buck
    A Will Col.'tn.. B. Nuttail \\ ould ,,'OL1 place the lamb lzs, mine .oid iml. nculv ; inehos! '
    ''p : [ inform his constitu under the proteri -.MI tturd.iy tiie lMi .t.i., i. e pr---.m il proj-frly !I.- i : tie I lusfi, 'onrIcen -
    I, I understand a story is in circulation; that I inroduceJ cut '' unbeJigerently,'' if |lie holds the of the wolf or domiciliate the h.iwkmom t .::ii t., t}ic ." IYt' OL S 1)0 ii C ased, Ciisitt') rJ virs
    1. and supported in the Lenitive i Coun- j of i the constitution a.s illustrated construction cote ? The Senate dunihtles. > -, ?;! ..,..,. i'i ls, \Ve.irin-_ *< fmrl r i\.c ,'ve.u aid,
    by Mr. Rives, as flant evidence fiat tie! afoit-vu.t | Tin.s-AiI sMtti.-. ...t.Ii'r| live dollarsrash, ii.d! erct.1 .mi ai"! i> wis bnd by nunt by the inip'n-'cd Dniul ;
    the Bill which iie.iet: d fI.
    to "Judiciary the :-
    cii,! an amendment j pure republican doctrine ? or does he avow the been !busy) from the moment of the Miti I:, .Sie! Is.I -.f 1 i.ii I !':iv i! -\t t for l.irK-r SIL,*V. raiufai.i by old! V.'ilj.atn, ill, i>eM son o: Ftsarnoxv ht j

    events the rulinir deputy Marshals"nnd S ieri iFs'. |\ Statejtights' doctrine of '9S as t'l the bsi Congress in .idj. .nmei. I .\__! f>, I-il: ( '.'J- 1. < *. V, II.l.IAxifm'/. i? g iTr.ii.di'n by Amoii-t's. a'so by Fe.rnov ;
    by Tho<. oi'-o, cri t inn wiiii otneri ;.i< 'd.ins,
    : i: g r.; ; ii bj oil James .
    I and l\iriii So mf im o oV
    < liir
    its froth Jefferson :
    i all : r$ that and '
    parts low.
    is false m the several high in the of KXMf'U .
    It States tvlu formed i disign limlmg some protenee rOrl'S SALK. )y I'l I /;t'YiCs, out nf a m.ue gt l I'y .M i>i\ Pi4 ruler ut

    f 1!, the pMuriwls <>f the House \vill slo\v; that I was that instrument being sovereign and independent for the Executive to disregard the vote *: ON ThniMl\ -.i. in), it iiiMaut, I sii.ill r.i'l!l ;.> iii f d nuire rof by -h. old itnp'>rl. \ Jolly I'ocr. .nLt ot

    l1c only member who opposed and voted against have the unquestionable right U) of the House of Representative in utter tJsug. ,-dof I i. Iit''t o-i'.k-r, A .timct y .4' rFurniiuri-Cr y, ul.l Knty l''i>hcT. Tins .on* li.im.e Hith'ui a .ituy (.

    judge the iniractinn the expressed will of th.it bra icli: of the! Legis I c.c. bflnivjiM u> i i 1 Iv. r\nnpbtl'tluc'il >Uun, u.iUfi in bins -'t'ait the !.-sr !Mood f 'he Amtru"in -.

    the l3iU. nnd that \ullijication by those soverciirnitcs lat u re, and the understood( will! of the other bra iiclt. liy; ori'fr' .f ib- lx"cm.. .r, 1'. Kpprs.t and .' ..npisn; ra<" % ii 'r5.. I->r :\\\p t.t!' rf Dru- '

    LI March 2lUi ItJl. JHOS. .1. GUKKX.Vr. of all unauthorised acts done under color I In short \vc .suppose, i I'm the Rejected (i in-- e _"Ai.iM((3.-! 1 ''- ) I U( >. J. I MAC-.LKY I -Ji.ciV. !; '. FtrtrM-iu hr, Jellies., \1 1 or'.s P.ir'iu. iiv Rtf cr,

    ul'I I that instrument, Is I the rightful nominated) were f. !.; to have '-ecu a ImL-! too i \ v ciKulet > i"!>lic.Ui.'ii will be in lot'K l'' j'lv: F :hir, dint I the tmpi) >ritd Bios on:, ih" dam ot"
    ) .
    \>uiNCTo.v.! :MARCH 1s.h I 1S.>4.SIKJ \viiI Col. James remedy1' closely connected witn the K. C. from :he l.un-n .'i-. i-- t'tui-uv O.'tirt, lor the c anty.ii .51. iieu- e ...'.,e-' : >I r-'ui'l IN ok of Eni'11', t"tJ c
    G.ulsden .
    vviioni *
    also favour u* with!I leceived Lfin. f.'iL.; t i' > A ui.ins.r.ition <>n the estate : .11 1.1 I0i. -s ii> the ol >>id >it ir Ar-'tue, %ViIiMi !-
    PkI -I pcrccr.vMny'.nr; p per of the 1st jnst an exposition t.-f ins views of'thc nistriicti: ms; ..ii I i WMne (thevmade : and Ause 1
    nature of our I ..f 'oiis NOI.I.I-, !1.4'. o.'s.il 1 deceased.piuvii r u-, .u-cd tioiM >| to re..>a-nvns these
    au J31JCk in ref reuco iw the Florida Laud Claims, government t1 and of the relation the States their reports J- ,iiz nnioi ;sir\- of those! : A.rii; 3:11.: ; -'; jj ; '. ) ri-uuiy I-I'LLls AL ( ()' .'rjjc .e ally h'u'. tltivt.. 'cem. the lug' Cb: ..Mil I tit

    ij.rjj) m ouiro: -cntanon 4'1 all the facts stand I rep oz ts of'theirs to the F\t c iae w'.nclt nave ..1'q' .1! !n,rs"s on tus <*itinent. I
    i: lospeetively to the -
    United '
    : Slates ,
    and whether beon) transmitted lo Coii 0. 4. 'f Caiob'iaij's! '.I..P't i .
    :vd 2'1 tht \vluch yaiv ii>e to.y derthe un j.v-s >\ tne Scc.rct'iiv of l i4j : : I \ill in ftn us re1} r 'n.a T<,

    'IV lener IS e Irom: ;ievh<* was not inwiiu constitution, any power is i reserved to the the Treasury, a< !n.Rea! .n ll r removing the -?:- '. Kiit llienis ;,t.i, tinr vr 'a. a ',ctt- rliorse in .*> '..irM -

    1. .t! here Suites respectively to opi; seehvctuaily : public money from where! it was at least"safe.: 1\. n.'P :>v..lLL Lll! :\.. 1IOMPSON,, ami t.iai nos.inu t'av. ral>U> .MU 1 ca d ot'ih m >d
    from ZK 11 employe to slander mnrpa'i.ms "
    Coin. aui > of miy How could the Vnate: rt.I..d liirtnei --' ( t' ul t. e '; v > '. -*' iv on vJoitntv::; !hce- ; .my other h >, j>. th.). mi;: not w'.th it. lens! : ttiLtu!
    the Fcd'-iu'l i.lV
    on of coniidence
    ::it power part the Government. these I bv jrvc no'ice tt.a t'm 1 r two me.-.bers', to .. nth, bo s.i d 'ii his 4'.>....."
    aduJ ti i by the Chi JUMJ-- Docs J he admit of tne doctrines itt individual*. %vhe.i it found I mem! I re icsent th.et : .,' Lfv JIL.: "
    nm Tlie DJtwr e was not of State: >:iu.v !u K. iu? next Lejjii-'a ivI CL lButNt ,
    { acting as mere inMnnno; j< of ;p.iu: and i in I that I I j (. ineI'vmIi' \ ril' .'. '. 'i
    tht' pI4'.idi'Lt' 4'I' any on? fomieeteti v.uh :rhei| Nights' and State Sovereignly as avowed m r.t. he tt t :i --'id ott iv en Monltay th > { f'j4 J .1 Virgi1miir. (
    L ''ft by Mr. capacity to il.I i ,.
    disclosing i iiicil
    : i.- : associates jtii .
    ; of M
    : mattcrs day ex : rlr lol\Vi! -
    Jelloixrn y j; p's os, vi :
    id depimdi11g: 021 e pan of ihc Govon.jnfiH. advocated! by) Mr.1 Madison's ..
    1N'S wJiicn ,
    inclinable .Don, cr>nsidei; ti. At [ aLi .i.j 4. ti
    evfry :> itt i delicacy; .ice.. m. c i ie s -r.t mie-ce ot It.Ha I
    ra: T'eCiarfJir'ifO'Th : ( i'r. t state j. 'at the aper M a. of'! report, and elliOt rd by Gor.ria and S' mh Caro I and h evervmut; 'ijio; ot' usage: they were bound to v'.rtt, L> 1!, Al-i-jo u aiivi *. i.. I'lii.e. J rn"r : u u 'insficK! -/ !

    te -b1,' ijnm.'ter,' as rta'ed by this j lina; or otherwise ? I In co'nHusion! .\1 r. Editor the have kept to inemsilvts r At !. :'i 1 tiu-r ihj 'ipei.ii er.den e of J B.Pea. /.v r/iu nnGL\\i S7vm; LOTIERY,

    tuat ""bjfrt.) im remark by ttun : S' i os ai'! X. I iiu.Lv.
    ik if;, %V1tC'Ol a.:> mad1 } pi >i !e are desirous of dieltniir! : from CLA'No.. .
    those gentle- A: ./KJ-'!. '.':. t-r heuHr'i' *fidentc 'S. A. '
    ia VZi cntiqiie upon n Jiuli'ial opinion, j coii'esj.iuz.'e o. tn ii'iliimore! Patriot. e f'riz s, .' nu.uiio.! .*=! )
    j'T; $ ,uno ss.ooo
    ti&: n. an ,
    exposition of their s"SiIi.TON '' ,. ,
    nred, so that thev ; -i. J II 1 111 '1 ... 'i d J.'MJ 'l !. .
    Si -iite' y 'L'. (1 the par i s Iliu1.re'1'4I the} ; \\ ,.\l.i reti I 2. 1 t3I. ; -'- if.i -lr.iu--1 tti.- i. y :t i- > iV.h-M. '.>. C.aw .
    : in /; r e Lo'is- ji..:.n Co ke u k'h *.".
    vein of -
    u.iy -
    oJ opportunity; ; voting( fiom princi/e I Hr.: 1 Leiirh, ti.e n-w VIIMIH Senatoi. tipt ii X'.s G.-a.ul C..MJ.- .nod L :. Class &
    ( nl. tIlhOtIl 42'I SIH-.J vatli bis Counsel. Their j ; ) ad: I theillhue Ili .1 :4 Iuz UI P.veil: .-.. (.'. \V.i.'eti.d J>-i..i uy, ,
    e1 if the 1 compliance .ViI1 oblige! tins nionnniT: in the Senate.i i ijallaiil 1 ;-t7L4-0.
    a..d: a e" ,\' :.cn hi ( Juiye! <. A copy wa ; i : t stvle. U
    te, IL MANY He :s a noble snldi .*r and se: at t oin-e :S- ,, M1 1 : under the
    a.v.s, tI) foi th? U'tiicd Staies 1 meaur.ipy L VOTERS.TO ; I iiilo j coin .ao ie. :-uperf..sip5i ; Jl\-L\\'LD TO
    s, the Ait I. uj jniii-Hi: .'.hip) Witn tb .m.i'y men ol j th" .i-y-: Oulj .'L J--i rr. \Viii i Jurr.ey and II.riiVii PU1C'L'', H
    lt (nc) > ijlH-y to r lr.o '
    ' run j Visuinia; now thiin1ejs! with some of in ancien _L \VO likely iiio h. s.
    3 Wit. rwToii or THE
    : ri.oniDuv. ; tji 'udrl----.Sitt' herself, :.-c 1 \V Liar! nr-Ur :*. -
    's in. She .t-sup- -
    s. Th? C ci; lal ! tt years uf .(_'' >. for irl.j .. ,r price in
    may : we ) r-id oi -the ..1
    Virginia .. o.rjfjfm i // vdl i' '
    : found in .3 j iTiven, apj.lv *"
    11 thl l>e a ju: >sc sii; paper > to s t-n byJioj'p. | !i\-s
    P mae the rominun.ty may, { and adurnb i ; u-i Instory n.it the Vi i* :..ij } IItvis n-i" h.n.e I _:_,...ttiCL IMI. i-:;: :*, ) IM IIAVWXRD.
    CtfrIIflSCL aiu! *.v!. .' thCoiut | application Briber t j :
    < !i int. and I Oitr L-sislative'Cumi-: that I Riclnnoiyl .In V. .
    : t ) u tor } -
    i ;.ve bteji ;
    tr.in -
    years \\a. 0. l't.1LWi [_ .
    : : .
    nl t.
    who --
    ml. K'f ic a.y .1! tbe: (Ju 'IJM;! on cither a we, had u-aehed I hive Lcm hair.in-rtnjj for Ten ihys t>n a Ran the dust. Ldii.i. ,- a lirsi rater, if I 1.1 I I I l. rn.s i.; I 'v.r&m d ag unst
    ;i'.ir isMti ; ri'.f; h'.rtd., ( .
    tleCu' KKi.ji. ihechifJ'ju>iiee. a I Iva*. infurniod I Road Charter : or to the 'onytessof the, I'mte allowed'( ti in.ike uord .SCII by me to the
    I > i States > a -and ns tlu :law: ?- M v''e, Ji'tdc 'he up rn- I : ue i 4... i -I F. Lou, Ksibr: { .w hu.idrtdi arid

    '. h-s:! who were, :Loio, sn.jply icusrlccJ thu! : a p\- debating for m-'ie" than a month on the i mcj\al of i otten' take t.us nberl in NV'asMngto.., tinters fo'.ii 1... Vicko-is, ak.1 'Joilvt-s, .hich.a? gut". .- a tbcr to peribnn fifty his

    <; a p::iit''U j I :Iiry in i cit onnils 4n V. hihi' !.e wa> to appear and I

    .. ; j.' ) :n- r it h ed to a cause in Conn, they) cojld) i! a digressed community, from) the supp .sed cnibarments imi>unity.. ili> >pnrii l u. Is ill iii' sir'.t.| a ; '. .*. i sttp- rntcL-'cc of ; ".-j.i'iiiJ s>.iit s'U.'s, and \viiui he il.d 't perform, rom
    f- .! IIea 1'. '
    ju, r. A ic ive or i ad, uulesit should'be' presented by ra siowr-i? <.ut of thai Executive a t. X.. amiable and <;entleiiianlForsyth lei! u: } Sun-j t| ;.ii.' uipc' a.e ii'l -le It-rf. I wa-' c'*:apolled tr em- 4
    S cf ilie once full of fi L 'f.: :' .nvtl .a 'he ea. A few minutes af'erwards i peaking Congress of 173 i, Mr. Jefferson j mm that I heLU(1' \* -' mT' '11 -rrevions ,
    : t f'1t- i- I to !Li'dct'i' 'i. informed he had
    r.iul ] amed *"v s- ('O and coi.nnei.ced some Li1str:;'- me dosfoy-
    I 1. :tji' n iinuirdiaivly exp: to th-j Conn : I >aid i. .L' : t n-nv [..f.-.S.3) some have it

    t i i'' v I-** j iper was not iX'tr. by either of th Counsel[ j ji I i: Our ho''y was little miraero-ts, but \ery contci- I Leigh though a ncu e-.iner, xvas f'i.old 3 l .M ( 4.iL!. U'-tity to colicct, the nofc persons is erju'r, and

    C: ;:.. I.IM\ Ti-.r was it as I had .earned: de irrned, to, I I '' ii os. Day after day was \v sted on Lime imo>t nnj I- ; soldier, J.eavy: arn.t.i at al! poi'-' -' ,- : -- : '--f.I M'livir: juy it. Gl$ O Fl :iILU.
    '' and light armed whe.m theuttac f. MirCt
    f"i.h"ld fiojii ihc CinteJates' Counsel I j i important < -Mioi-s.. A mber : 13 I. 3kf.:
    hl. :: utopy < n, i \ ; m one of ih se a 1- Jack
    sincerely '
    .ui A\
    :.i lia-1 >:iimy. t-opi s haLt en cut to them I met the i j ihett-d: with the mon'.d rage of debate, of an ardei.t body t<; aid Mr. F"r.vtb-fir ? .f V/1': : ICL.-- "hjrVILLIAM "WTATT is autuu.rised!

    A't ru-> General ra tlie rvcnmi. '. nn J htt'i1 nv that j: 4. mind, prompt, ima inati-.n. a copiou-. how of wcrds no fun in seeing(! so : heav ..' ',I' V '. .' -. -i .' cas :ny cttirmy during my absencef m tho
    l.:. r Ii1 b.J ic wed one. Th pnjier did jio: relate to -he 1 j '''* who .ieard with impatience any logic \v..ih was i ; ill! ;pointed at the !I.t' t troo-.. : : ,. t4 '- :' : I ". U. H.. BFRRY.it. .

    de1ui 1.mm.t a .] ir a vUtiua1e' not his own, si'tinj' hear me 0:1 somc o..c. iun of. 11.. .I.$ P' "'' iii ,t* 0 .' 34V. 'I

    * t [In* v.a n &.itieIii1 WT11t1 'Lt44 yai.) : 1' t trilline, but wo 'dy de :te. n ked me how I could !has probably attracted ? : -fl4 ; : '-r-

    ,. Tr. b: ion oJ f this exp'aaatory r.oie wjli cor- I j sit in silence, hearing so much faKe reasoning.s : thi.i hcs always, rni'ljUsc! u : -. .- jg .'. < \ ; vrt S -; -' LcsrA9 -

    il. ;cct il.- aItadY iv.1e. znid fr.aJ! S \ a word should refute 1 1 observed to linn, I Iriend and Joe. 1 cb :,': .i:" '.. -4. : .5 : "
    :j_ pevet nire. 1 am, t to ivlu'e ii .eed was e
    .\ 1e.ptfu11v, I. thai in niea-ure brought forwaid by my-Hf. I tot.k >.iy he > some : !.>!On t" I ]J. .. *. ., :,. I .' : '. '
    excell'-nl __ '- .
    :are > .t the :
    j : ; : \i -- ---' '- -' ---
    : -- '
    14 the laboring : -- ---- --
    Vour ::iost cb't, 'e i v'l.W I oar, as was incumbent on me ;; but uat: : Si S. z .
    Hi 1 I for i 4 .
    baui. im
    ; ] ii s tie ; < .". ; t.
    < M. WHITE in general I was willing to liMn that ; t : I S.
    I ; ifoxvry bout way to M.* tin- ,'. /i : c. i.! ". '; : _. _% -? --i* #t.I) 1
    W:. i Ea sound argument or ol-jf 'tirm Ava ned by .som- one i. ., : .,
    r -
    ..' of f for tin d.Io..u1: ,--s, ui.i .i'l III. 4 S : : -.v-
    oth- of the numiro d-baters, it was enoug!I jril. He thinks, ; .-.'.i .nds'M '. '"'. '. -' :;., : a C : : S. ii

    " ror. T E.Vr. if not 1 t!' uiijht! it tii1i'-i nt !o"umjest the cin.isi )li for the resiorathii, if ibe ..t. '! '; "- -' : : -. :'. i : ,

    a Lditvr. TJiesc without! gfin into a repe ition of what had b but he h won't : : : :; S ;
    United ll-
    .States !Imvc pnSi i- eni question, go 1 .. and TURK
    cs piime
    :; IV IH.VII i I 4< air U'ly said by others-: that this was \rat-te and eabtic. tl His speeches are as so : ,. .: i"W. ,
    more ly agitated by tLc paramount ... :, ,, ., : : I 15 F. hijUUTriiU,
    ? ul 'he time ol the IIoii \\hn-h u d be makes 1 horrid lot.kiii i t I'.ce.su I hen !- AY
    :iL) J) iiit: : l in-1vt,! !uri ie tl.i'fl.tsI : c not ig : I ) : i : ': : : o BjtLI! / -
    : ::1 : jUi'i .ed. And I b lieve, t at if the members of deii" -but nevertheless he is a most r : '- -- ,' > '.', l .:. i *: : LI I 2.j( Uiiiliclsoftrien TORN,

    Hi'nti v i4t adiuuiisiration, nit! nis i iJcct jiiiitdj iit: ; i. .. bodies I have I I of *' :: v -. ,i .d '" 'J.JUs H t (.' :iFFKui.
    lute \v re tu < h-ere this cou s>e general great hopes inniT VM'. e. : ? :i: !'it jv- an: ; v.m:

    I >sjr, than at anv lon:: *r pcri.t1 .iuco l.j<% t'.t-in- j ir, b'*'.* won.d do! in a ay, what take th"!n week orabie < anJ Seinte. He < ,u ,t -v. i. i 'icd Ji->rl, til f i'l-l-:. o C-oie, or V) etij> flu bt, brig Arathusi.
    a is
    : .t'iIiuia litlie wild
    cu ;:<*i : v.hfii it v\'is ujpvd ;r- ai.d it is rea Iv more -ufstiona Ic. thI1 fir.. a I no.v, but L. .
    nr .
    may I. .. i
    'S. :. Kstj. ? t' .un-.i-r v be- j >k.i eh2i', I h 3ftTTiCE.tii
    ;o. by tiiat the f l\- be iho'i.ht whether H'jna.arte's / j' P res l on ca n tunti tame iiin.1. As for U cb-i -. _
    Jt i.isin tradjra. I lumb *
    many, > ,
    ivi-ru j ( ; ( ; C '. j-_ -, E..t.{ o: t> Ii-:: k.t f ottty 1 :
    !!\ 5 whj'-a said n-.thm and did h. | j rogue: endorsed for him, .i iii .velcomed linn 'a tnv j .' -- ;. ird 3: 1'ni'.1.ty the -h: of Ap-il next will
    !! i) Tiiv li sctr.i-, li.jxvwcr, 1pheil. ,- ? inn may not be' e- .:.r' NIS bu5ty.8' i a.*>*:it .L' .
    pr SenateIf I Y.M.. .' 1 !> .i'rei1! for u..; in i' .II >.a i .j> to the lii !lif st
    ,1r 3Tii! j'.id b\1 4. jVraMe leh j uere a s the I l-s a-
    . 1i3m3imbh: rcs-iuin nf '.("j were to 011V a u.n h and do**s r.o h mr. J 'Jiay '
    H rt'h
    j the : .
    of laud .
    .tr, > tr:ft n vri-icli: il.iaui;
    !bv' this time he had Ibmi. .
    '. l >it; th.it lie lias: itnio--trd t' ':', >f T. 'PM liific: bi na e :
    COIM' leail: tj.'e 1 served wi'Ji Gencal \V'-isii'tr, -n in t J L ']la- IL '. (. ::1! V"-.I !. ,
    l\v JJfjMib'uMn* .f "hat day: as the ci 'ntnpliil I''V -, u Ti4 i.e! south! east : -
    j a queer cre.iti.re. I If i I wei' .1 II hoaos-ab.e: Stiiaior. : J1 Li ; ;'C aXE 1 i ; DlU ) ) ) fpiar1
    tdarj of tuie of V rgirna befoie !lr? ev lution nd ihiiiug 1 .- "f >'ii'in I, i tJ.\i. inj I, II uu'e I I.b u'iiic
    tijcii iiutb ; nexvrii.v'ntime; : and 1 would bold him re slc; : (, liat! han fs tbtn liid: wll tf- tt it.v j Dr. Fran' lin in Cong cs>. I never heard j unties of the endorser. I bo i. M-i i! si v 1.' [. : '. "ea the Mu-h'ii ll'f; [ :' -u.'i\e *rae: tt f I Hid Iits 'J and u hilt units South'lD.t.
    every nigh i
    4 tt : v'iS '" Tala.a-! -, :ui.l is; t>sis, iid tract, ii good
    either of them spea te i mmut s at a tin nor to the .slidd e I I'.i IL' Eel') hr .t-rilIuI' It/
    1. them! lV..jii! th : mt'iiviry of morr: iii'>.!<%ni p 'I-1-' but the main int. which dec, de The ;proceedings m- the Home will; attract! V.)ill' j I c i'.lttV f t Lon. o cure I :u anvin .n th s T'-iu I '.'. r'cj: ihvf [llii"*: hi'uvv.ittcr sa'.v mill, and .' uL

    IC. i IjC:11i: ,.. :,:ul unis! the rule <>1 HiKxc.'!! ': : Gt 0. anv p was to the altenlion as iu.heiii ; tne (Kiy when the iiejocite ti nv. 10, acrei eltaud, tl-iK-rd t anj prepired fi.r a 'ri>; the

    :M. IflJtI cii' -y: i. qurstion.. They laid their I >h"U I'ers t-. he great question will again be on ue la ph.r.uic ; ni.'ler .y l.niul at t Oi y of Tn-! 1 j"j"Or.vi .ru:->.-iii year. Tl.c title to lh: a'j.ive !hi-d is 'ip.ques-
    ) Gu4irzls. littlo was: uttem! i hi l ehalf I I knowii'jf hat the it Ie would follow of ti.)flIble. E. M'FAfl.\Y
    juiinK. '
    i lilia sre. ; .li'i ti i:r' o :Mai-eh, 1 .. ?r.d ,

    a I'ltlic.S'.utes' : in I iln'ir( boveiej O ntv, opposing I rJ I1SU"ihera-.ches.: If the prc-nt Congress errs u too TI' rti. I'i { et the It.-i dei.t o: tiie I'n. e.l S .1: -- the ll.C. ALL.LN,

    J uois: of' uijconstitutioiial! ) I powers on tiie part of much t .1 king, how (-3 it be othei wiio. in a body t" BANK o. . iltl., '"tl .nh, 5" 1 J. F1fV-I'.ItT. I -M .-. !. \\\i INK i- -a ; .JAMS.

    the! Gincr.il: Government. The, prorvedit/; howfycr win h the pcopl cend one hundred and nfty :aw- The Bi anl .iI f i >ire-i ./. -f ih's :n ti"itmu i.axc .is-( h WM. [P. DUVAL.i .

    ::7 4- >f t'cit' .State un-3er a H'itKful champion or"ycr..>, \\ho-e trade i' is, t" qaelj] n very thing; e that crtai'he ii.tL with surpi'if will-tisii d .j] nirre;, e M! t<> ;'! -"' $2c&' D3Iars. iS1i'ayed.
    'ei th.s *'
    1 ret-lita and of 1 yield jiothiu, aad talk by lie hour.'' couumun- 1 tint i Miti'.u.m :au i "iS"Xaddi'i .. .t.e t. .V.* rc-uaid, the rifi? '. nof !! "B7'riO-V1. I>Iaili"''" cl' Ut lVa?>s- ." al'nut
    ctjuality: principle in the !k t'i j iii 'n au'i
    case of( proceedMlh siii's. ilu-y li.i\c nhed BL?
    5 the first '
    the [ ra-.ha! ;'. -c n..d *. ciintytier TV.'O) j iiss \oung; iiit'iroi-eii: ?
    Creek Iiiihans -,'I t<> traII'5'ir all its cF i.> .1 l'rutce fur the 11LJN1)1I't
    which familiar ; .-imtrkcd
    ( : to your: ic.idf' 2< -v-i. J.-IVK! DOLLARS'also i :er ;-uii : : e5Iuur b..uek izs 'rnaI : : mt. Ktda'id

    ''I. .) revived those doctrines md hi 4 tucciss awa-; FOR TILE KI.OR1DIAX. I. (1'Ftj l-nctit of'I l-Ci! '(-dit-- "flliv... I Inlllk.Tne a'. may he e.-u ri'n'.tedy' limos who have not yet had eunditicn n.>od : was iracki to i'.ilaliasMft! and is
    4 lt:4cd:: O.V nr.JNGSKEI) Tllh DEFINITION OF LOVE lioaid .il l.ivi'>i. n\\ .u.d tia-i J hat tlu* ascis .- an i'L'1II IIV -nbscnbe, L ) ( to have taken tl.( load in- anus
    new) op
    conliJeiK4' in the !iiDS'.im of 1 tbe *.c ill b- hirJi'nt to .. d of ihe '
    itope. .1 l.; c .iii' li.t: it'; I 111.iitulinn I "
    it- f | Liive is the carthqua of 'he breast Talhhass Man-hOU) h. IS 5 1. 'f.Mr Any pi rs.iu scrurin** saiil \luFe! and infniujj the
    the equitable ,.i and ti! ii Jctt-nir >*. u '.
    and! happy relation-. which would : .I'IM tp I Us .u.reasat -- subscriber wirl be rtwarded.
    1'IC 1- '
    The wonder ol the mind. -WARDELL.lie I Ar: Oi' LLil'K.JS 1
    runtinuc oncf, is fro'ii a com tn n i ilsat > '.'r.ti"if: it I u)
    to exist TUP.: BROWN.
    sS Uiitcd' between the .States nnd I Love lives like the spire, 'mid the e cmei-ts roar, would only hu aitcndiditi: 1 >s-> Vu tin: co.iisinimiy.; j' .lIAIXlN'j I in tL ; l'ot .fi-e in Ciuinry, miie March 2, 1'M. 3'2tf.
    States. ) l-mnr ns resptrt should) IK; bold! I liv ] Tl.-eiradvn-c} ti. tin; cc-di-.is! ; f.'iudcu upon I tin: :'ilst I day of AI vrcli Is.il, wltirh if no? taken ;
    C. 1 *" looks lieaven when the is o' 1'o
    rcat *vc latter! tu the rcH-rvcd : of the former." And up to lighiiiing er judgment j ; tlK-y arc n >w ali'c to jorin, is, nut to { >, Ij'-fore the I I.M t day of July next \vill be .cut t rrO TlfE'ASTIIMATKrAND "CONSUMPTIVETH1
    jx\vcr A"d its tears are th- gems that seraphs have giv n Gn.ri.t' P,, < lfitr tint Lf./rs. UK most prevalent and fatal of all Diseases
    l'Cflolig' since ficc ih1:ir rial .'S. T.ic d. b '.1 s of the msiiuun: ; w ill 1 the s; .ts i inciB -

    ic petitions end rcint>Jranees I'romvcral To iliumine th' path thai lead us to Heaven. I have the ii\il i y of '.ty ilg: then-debts with tht notus A.--Fort Allord!, John Anderson.B. d.'ut to civilised society the Conuniptio.m-tiiay

    States, were prcscnte l hofore Contrrcsspr.nin and ceiiificiti I s ,! d< (pnsiuand the open nrcmniisdue .-Caroline! K.iins, John! 1'oies Alexander gei.erally >e* I raced to the least Alanniiij; of disorders,
    : Love's ssrntial! is virtue from M: heart ,
    a repeil < i f what they conceived to IK an j pure by tin- D.iiiK..iiu, ll.LSC .li.1Iu they ho, evill cii.iiilc I Ulark, .'ohu It tie, .I.II hn Bine, A. liru ion, John fc>. a slight (but iiejrlectbil COil! By estimation it appears
    Tarifis ( ;
    7. !> Uarbaro John S. Hell.C. .
    which we are told had no other I j j And )b-n iti the soir', will -hose mcr-ies remain, nearly >'ll, if n.'i! Hucutiu- dim....mIut i it f I their e.-eiins. : I} tl.e coiisuiii'Himi. 3Io t of these dreadful results

    'fi 1aIie r&jHct: paid them, than to he thrown under I the' j Tor .S'KICS :Out ;-.low, <'ari:, aways brighten again.Aflli''ip"'s By cr : __JL .1L21 I 1 .'- LL CaseIs..-Mai'tba Cannon, Benj. A Chippel1U.. II. tr may eattnemiof be attributed Ihe hairssni to common cold, and a negligent

    ; however, forcible! the I I iiotwitbMjndlrgthc c.muh thai generally enue
    eloquence' appeal, i I d-'C'1 pang, its b anty nay sever, ..iAI.LI'.l I : ) I D.-.---John W Dicl.son.! D. IJ. D( ugl.is, John hick j is: u>udtfoIloweJ:: by diflicult breathing, pain

    .I IiC' with which they were urjjvdycl 3ui love is the flow r hat p risheth never ; On the 3d mst. it '.V amkt'mi.th, ll'crwni ( '..mimt > )eal, Allreil D.uiieis; Isaiah Dobson.E. II I the side, and at last Ulcerated Luu s. Violent and

    S. meMipincncss was evinced OU this engioss'ng It may k'ss 'he cold earth, when weighed down with i thC r.rv. Ah. Urind, >miid, Mr Jut IN .S. Slh.i \yui t I John C. Kveritt, Win. Ei' rerton, Win. C.iv.. repeated Asthmatic atiacks.: aL-o bring or. Consumptive

    subject until South Carolina in her suvcrei rnf dew, ot tlii-.Ctin-i) t" "iIissCA 1 IiAULNLGA.iBLK, ot I E-iice. s clrwe mptoms. One or two dollars expended in the pur

    .S inierposed ,. '" .' inr r I F.-(ior Te Fauntlerov! ('2) Win. U. : olB
    u> arrest the evil, by annulling withln' But riving through coldness, it blosoms anew. > Fiiya 'R. KELFE'S
    D 'her judicial Tit us Fair. AsTii3iATic PILLS
    (I taid ; linms all Tariffs, vvhicii hhouM be ', And though the loud bias its men iug l-eep1", H.-\N' in. 1). Harnson; (3) Abrahan: Hand, and a little attention to their timely adu-inistration. will!

    ilic exclusively 1r protection ; thereby te.simg'ivt And Heaven's dark canopy) over it wf-ps ; I Anson) Hancock, Silas Hiliiard lUbt.L.! llaciiley.J. u>ually ensu.-eu mitigation of these disorders, and genrraliy -

    : situation, each stood into the oi her, by Love will like the emblem pf beauty beief', .- P. Jeilit.aflV.. W. Jokes, eH'cctacure. 'i hr Pills are aUoan eas) au i ef--

    :' CarrvjI. (, into full d'ict, the I resolution-l 1 j penned)I by Live on .md the ruin misfortune hath left. -- pIt'I'JF' .Si. AlASUxS.Al'.l.lU'.i. : K.-Noah Kelly.I li-ttu.-il l r-mumedy the Asthma lor the symptom proceeding and accom-
    --- panving mind
    l.os. Jfflcrson jim '9d and tc-d the .uithor is God .' MA lull _y.Sr.hr. *.-James Lonnier, Robert C. Letter, Robert C l Consumption. For Colds
    adoj> by Legisature Love's home Is celestial, its oughs. difficulty of Ureathing. tightiiest.
    Lady W' a'dn.mgtOIl! P. 11. tiwaim from New Lai-kins J. I). Luck wood.M. ;Hdstricturt:
    of ,
    { Virginia and Kentucky, its clfect, add ng j 1 1k It wakes with the dew on 'he fjiass covered sod I, across the chest, U'heezmg. paw in the .siiie. Spilling
    adcitioaal Orleans, Flour, itri n. c. .-Mr. Milender, Bjnks! Maicbani, (i2)) Geo.McSwain of l blood. &c. Few ca>es
    evidence to the truth asserted by thatj I To mingle ns> fragrance on earth for awhi'it, o.hr. Sarah Jam;, 11. B nncrs, fm Key AV cst, Fruit, Daniel McLauchlin: William Martin lass of disordiTs in \hub the can occur of aay of tin*
    x eminent politician that And brighten the features of de..th with a Miiile.KOSPM011T.. and Turtle to J. B. 1V-11 on Board. purchaser of Dr. llelfe's
    in all ollic-r
    Elizabeth Ma.shburn Pills will
    as cases of D.in'l. McHiail, Allen Mc- not find a rich return for their trifling expend

    each compact among parties having no common judge, _____________________ L Bri i* Lion, Sliennan CLEARED, fur' NYork APRIL ,2.349 bales cotton, Kiivie2)) Hush Mitchell, Davil .McBride.N. 1 itnre I'rice-whole boxes 30 PilU
    % party }ias an equal right. to judge for itself as and 111 I hides .- Wm. Nunan, (2) Jerenihh Norman, David 1 dollar, half boxes
    I ? ell From the .jVr1iOrl(1 Inttligrti! cr. P. F. Newson Enoch! NorrkO. 12 Pills, 51)<) rents.K .
    ufinfractions as of the mode and of Scbr. Sarah: Jane, Deuncrs, Apalaclncola, Fruit, Sf ,
    redrs".y measure Acc.ordiII to the pfllnllIIC rL1nor concert' mgtMl 1' Pope, Clurlc.st-.n, 2i l hales cottoui.'I .-Solomon Owens, (-!) John Oliver.P. 5: To the Ladies 14!

    t notwithstanding t) the excitements the tenor of the President's message to the .; Finn Patch, fr'.nmiwmtnr Cotton. .-Louisa Paul, John Paltenou, Bright Pick- While and sound
    P Teeth
    I rOVing out of discussions of State policy in her ate in which he re-nominated the GovernmentBank = ett, Thomas Preston, jr. N Piesion.U. The are both an ornament and a
    AiiM: 1OR iO1.1 blessing. best for
    i N ISTIt L. security their
    trinbic, as well as extrinsic relations, which have Directors vii:, bad been rejected the alternative .L i .-Nicholas Robertson, (C2); Sahrn: Rails, A. found in the use of the advautageis to bs
    .. *nd do now exist ; why is it that citizens of Flor- has been fueled to that body of adoptingthe A LL KOBERT pt-rsons B.navinsf OLI> KR, der'd. against laic of Leon the estate county ofJ&L R. Ransom, Martha Rigan, John ftgers. tF None are genuine unless signed on the outside

    r j3' have been so listless to their own principles persons, whom! be bad nominated, or none at ire required to present the same duly authenticated S.-Dr. Sweet, Win. Smith.T. printed wrapper, by the Mile proprietor, T. K1DDER,
    Thus the constitutional share of the Senate ._- Mary Thomrs, Simpson \filson mmediate8ucre<;.sorti the late Dr.W.
    1 interest? of all to the subscriber within the time prescribed by I law, : Benjamin T. CON WAY.-
    ( what effect has your State Righto in the npnointinjr ,,0wer is materially abridged, ur they will m. forever barred i hose irnleb'cd to I ilu Ward. For sale at his Counting Room, over No 99 Court

    1fleting J been, if the resolutions which were I hen4Opted "The office shall be left vacant, unless you confirm : estate, are requested to make immediate payment. Y.-Henry F. Yonge, (f2) Peic Yonge, Sherwood : Street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his p

    . I, are not to be the man of your Council lin my first flOflhiflflhIOfl If any new facts or JAS. S. LINN, Administrator5th Yearefl. M. |LUE, P. M. c appointment, by L, B. PERE.V8 **- Ox

    tlercising the elective franchise considerations presented themselves after the re- .pri12 1534. ((31Cw.) With Will tuuicL LCd. 1st April, 1834. (343 w79 Jeters] Tallahassee, February 81,


    1 j4T

    ..*, 1.. \ .
    -- -1

    each 1timated at one' j
    rectal shall not at any time be authorized to issue A greater 1 I al one dollar .twcnty-five cents hundred per pad dollars.b. ,. !scellaneou8

    [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. amount than thee times the amount of the specie actually in the hundred] and SIxty ages, eight Laws for State, Department,
    of the .
    vault of said bank. For manuscript copy dollars. Extract of a letter to the
    LIPS OF THE fifteen editor
    TERRITORY OF ELORIDA. hundred of u--
    SEC. 13. Be it further enacted, That upon application for j to l\rrs. Ann Tingle, one of the Laws for the printer to Mrs. publican, dated, a

    Chap. 817-No. 78. An act for the relief of Douglas Duwmetu that purpose, from persons holding two thirds of the stock in 6. For manuscript copy and fifteen dollars U. S. Frigate, C& United Slat

    'WHEREAS it has been made to appear, to the satisfaction of said bank the directors for tho time being, on giving three Ann Tingle, one hundred the printing ot' the Acts of this f5sion SMYRNA, Nov. 30th, 1&3.i.*'*'l

    this.bouse, that Stephen a slave, belonging b the estate of months notice, may require a further instalment on said stock, 7. For superintending sheets making marginal I noted aud Dear Sir.-We anchored herein

    IUdeem lcnea, deceased, late of Tomoka in the county of of twenty-five per centum: but this demand shall not be made, revising proof hundred and fifty dollars. c 25lb: inst.from ConsUntinOpleat which Ithe .

    141tiito. has been convicted of malicious! tI killing andwounding unless by consent of all the stockholders, more than once in to< 'John P. Booth, Esq. two Journals and Laws, two hundred we spent; upwards a mouth, receiving

    I the catrje of Douglas Dummett of said Tomoka, twelve months; and that if any person or persons fail to pay for 8. Eor folding and stitching 11. Dinmore \\!ostcott k Co. most unceasing attentions. The 5u ISO e

    t and fined by the j'uiy therefor, in the sum of three hundred stock by them subscribed when said instalment is required, the and eighty-five dollars to of:the Laws and the compilation, twoI I(who lo has Americans more than once shown 1 his partial_,
    dollars before president and directors an order forfeiting all paymentsthat 9. For transportation ity ) granted us |*rilwvisit '
    the Superior Court for the Dterict of East may pass the dnlerent} Ion to
    hundred and fifty dollars. mosques) (a thvour
    Floaida and it has may have been made by said stockholder.SEC. &c !
    been made this
    ; whereas to aP car to messages, granted to Christians the rarely
    bank 10 For miscellaneous printing, being reports {palaces: ,
    14. Be it further enacted That the bills of the and
    House that : te
    the jury assessed and awarded said fine, against : for and contingencies for the different men-of war. Our hip
    tho said slave, as being only equal to the damage sustained shall be redeemable at the banking house on demand in gold or by William Wilson the : and session stationary, seven I hundred I and tlllrty- nc by the C-iptam 1 Pasha: : and theSJcraskierp{ :teas :visit d

    by the said Douglass Dummett, by reason of the killing and silver.l Council, at present sha I : tic I last mentioned 1 is rhe most' mflue a..

    wounding of said cattle, and in the belief that aid fine, by SEC. 15. Be it further enacted, That said bank stock, shall doBars. and furniture for the fiat I man: f'I Il kingdom 1 !, win es 1)rtsdtht

    law was to be paid to him; and whereas also tie said Doug- pay the same rate of tax as is now, or may be hereafter imposed, 11. For stationary and contingencies. B., Lancaster, one hundred strongest; admiration{ of t the condition ofUl'
    Council at the session, by to:: and 1 during f
    present ship
    Jas"s-Dummett is without relief but by the interp>sition of this on the stock or profits of other banks in this Territory, our stay took every. 0 .
    House to which it has Sr.c. 1C. Be it further enacted, That the cashier shall be rc- and twcuty-ei.ht dollars and fourteen cents. portunity to advance our facilities: in.Vi s
    been mode to
    satisfactory appear, fuel and contingencies, at the present session, by I iu' the public places &( The
    12. For Captain :
    that he has sustained in the fMa required to give !bond and security in the sum of scventyti.'cthousand I { psli
    damages premises amountof : i red of Commodore
    dollars. rcfj-.c: i
    Jas. Bryan.I r. forty
    dollars for the faithful performance of his duty. :
    dollars therefore '
    Chief Clerk 1 {five copy of our ships watch
    ; of Jos. 15. Lancaster: quarter:
    Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the SIC. 17. Bo it further enacted, That this act shall be in force 13.oor services station" bills for the! purpose ol'VrarnD" ,
    dollars. I.
    I Territory of Florida, That the said slave Stcphcr, shall be for from and after its passage. one one similar to it, for the! tie of'their
    I Jr. sen're;
    ; t ever released and discharged, from said fine, and from the sen- ; SEC. IS. Be it further enacted, That on failure to redeem! its 14. For services of Jas. Bryan, Scigcnnt-at-Arms Oi the 20th, Corn. Patterson was honored
    bills in demand therefor the charter shall he ilia kIted hundred and f fifty dollars. with an interview audience
    t! tence ot tho Court thereon, the tho specie on I you may
    ; by personal I hundred call
    upon payment and the Governor : three receivers, who shall be I I 15. For services ot John G. Tyler, Door-Keeper, one it,) winch! lasted about 15 minutes *
    ! representatives of the said Duncan McHea, of the said sum of may appoint What
    authorised to take the effects of said bank and soon as and fifty dollars. j>a.->-ed, leave t.> wiser heads than\
    I tw(, hundred: dollars, to the said Dummett 'which shall as prac- mv o urn
    \ For the services of the following Lurching and to t tell ; houcver, we left
    such event it I 1C. persons Constantinople t
    be in full satisfaction of his said ticable thereafter, to wind up its affairs; and in : unaherefiunlth
    damages. the 2'2d and '
    shall be the duty of said] icccivcis apply the assets of saidbank .irrrjssii'! Clerks at the present session, viz : upon our :a int { e
    PASSED Feb.
    11th, 1834. REJECTED Feb. ltlt,1834. Reconsidered Cons-tfUation{' and what is
    \V. always
    I in rateable between the whole of its credi ,John (IT! Gimn, two hundred and fifty dollarsWilliam ar reeablp
    and passed bv the requisite majority, 13th February ;' tors. a !proportion Bell, two hundred and ttvent -fivo dollars; Henry J. Holmes, to us, a well\ filled f letter hag. \\"a have had
    1833. i a most ;.icIi-jhUul cruise, having ,
    cashier two hundred und twenty-five dollars! : Edmund \\ allen, too hundred visited: the
    SEC. 19. Be it further enacted, That the prcsidcntand foliowiiiir! ix>rts since leaving t tile IT. States
    IK COUNCIL, Feb. 11th, 1831. of said bank, shall! make an :tii.teal statement to the Governor I.. and twenty-five dollars ; Ja.. Ury, two hundred and twcn in July I is33: :- l\'n l'irl, Madcrin: L'wn t ,
    Tins, bill being returned rejected by the Governor, with his reasons of this Territory, on the iirst day of the session of the ty-fKC dollars ; Thos. H. Brickell, two hundred and twentyfivedollars (;i'r:liter, Maliou t\viev. Naples twiceMevsina
    t11rl e' H' m xvritinjr, was ordered to be reconsidered; and the yeas and lativc Council in every year, stating the precise situation 1'f'g1".1 I ; John W. Uoberts, two hundrptl f and twenty-five dollars: twice "Sy.-acnse: Mali.i: rriDolrvVunjj
    nays l>emi; taken: on the passage! of the }toil;I against the veto of the bank, the amount specie actually in the vault on that day; I and Secundius Srgui, as enrolling and engrossing: Clerk, and in Toulon, Genoa, Syeti-i: Ll' horll. Klba;I,Casltelaiiare
    rGmiernor, stood as follows\ : : YEAS-Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, also a full account of all( other notes, bills of exchange, and all the Executive office, two hundred and}twenlv-five dollars. I l I Palermo, Trieste; ,Vela, Corfu,Xa.
    |t, Blount, Chandler; Dupont\ Forbes, Gt tntitr, Kirkland, McKinnon{ other securities whatever duo to, or owing by said bank: and the 17. For -crviccs of W. Gibson:; as Clerk to the Finance committee \. J varino., Napoli 4le lloniam-i, peraiaKgin5-"
    it Moorinjr, Priest, Kiz, Robinson and Smith, 14. NAYS-Messrs. dollars. I I Port Leon, Co.tMantinorau.l: ; SmvrrCWe ;.-!
    Green and Ward, 2. The bill ben. r passed by the legal majority of said president and: cashier shall :at the same time state positively thirty I j have been absent tbr.iln; >;ii :sevctimtnmlu"
    two thirds: of all the members of the;Legislative Council, is declared I on oath, that the statements so made are ju=i and\ true, and PASSED Feb. IGtb, 1SJ4.: -REJECTED Feb. Ifith', 1 tr'na11IahtIl) and :-shall probably ir<> ititt, Itl.
    law, and ordered to be filed in the Secretary's OlJ cc. that the amount so stated to be in the vaults of aid bank, is not considered and passed: by the requisite majority t.334.U"'I; 'I tel quarters at that place about the I 1st of

    Attest, JOSEPH B. LANCASTER, CHIEF CLERK. in stock notes( and\ ill('. statement so made and sworn to before I January. In many of the portsvehave:
    any justice of the peace of the county, :shall be fin warded{ to the --- I vi-ited, note of our llIell-lIl:wu: had tvcrI .
    Governor uf iht' Terri'.ory, to bo by him laid before the Legislative Chap. (jt l.- u.lJ. An act regulating the rate of Interest.: I IItpbyed :!: H St.rSt pIt:.!!l'd Lauver: ," and \
    Chap. 813-No. 79. An act to incorpoiate a Bank: in the County of I teen :ilation in .-:
    1 Jackson. Council within the lint week of its succeeding scs-ion.: Sr.c. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council : n<) :: lag nut Cum. Patterson -
    of the of Florida That from and after the passage1, : (deserve great cn-.iir i lor: the manner
    Territory ,
    SEC. 20. Bc it further enacted That the stockholders shaH
    SEC 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council in which be has advanced Lie: character
    han fix the location of said bank at such in the of this act, no person or porsons, shall upon\ any contract what 'j of
    of the Territory of Florida That a Bank shall be established ; power to place I our beloved! country ah'ua+1.1'e are nil
    I. in tho county of Jar.ksou, by the name and style of tho Farmer's county of Jackson as they may deem proper. over, take: directly or indirectly, for the loan ot'nay: Inn'nr-}. 'j well, tin* old, brly'! *. lark: as \\l'll.ls\\ usual: ,

    \ Bank of Florida ; the capital stock thereof not to exceed seven PASSED, Feb. Gib 1S34.-REJECTED, Feb.! lOt'i! 18U; -Reconsidered waros, nuTchaiidizc, bonds, notes or other commodities, wliatsoever : : i :tlllit stilt ouiiinue) ,
    aid thy: 10th above the rate of ten dollars for t'io; loan of{ -,:-i" iuin- Yours S"c:'
    ty-five thousand dollars, divided into shares of one hundred dollars l't.s\l: by requisite majority February: ,
    each. 1 1S34. dred l dollars! for one year, and[ after that rate for r. :uie.iteror !t's-< !

    sum, or for f a longer or shortptimc, nnl all bond.-;, controls" I j jcovenants' P\T.Ha-From :.in olnYial[ doeumeat it
    Sec. 2. Be it further enccU-d, That books for receiving subscription .
    M Chap. SlO-No. ?Ln net su:)}>!e.nontd: : t ii. the several acts ilcorparanag ; c.oiuoyanci's, or assurances hereu ter to be ma-lo.! appears; tint: : time; ;Iui!rt11itof .o-t.ije; ; rtccnvd:
    of stock in said Bank, on giving thirty days previous tit: B.mk;; of I'cn-icola. I l for or delivery! of I morclvmdize ; !i ''tiring: the! year ending 31..t .tlarcl1,1 bjj,
    < -
    payment any goods, wares 't
    public notice thereof, shall be opened on or before the first day Sr.c. 1. Be it nrt<'hd by the Governor and Lcgi-l;; l itive Coun to be Icnt, on \\liich a higher rale of interest i.s received or I.1. at tinollice.i :{ :.> hereafter: uaiueil, was as fin-
    of July next, in the town of Marianna, under the superint.Mi- 'II\-;
    : cil of thin Tcrrill'If: Florid;;, That: the stockholders! of thu I ,
    taken dram is allowed: shall forfeit: th, of sani
    hereby : miouiit ; ;; Nt-w V.-rkeiiy! 'J''f) -7').
    i dance of Peter "g. Gautier! Sr......George S. Ilaukiri- and William Bank of Pcnsu-ol.i.: be and the authorized in i : $ ,'.7. 7iPriiaJipilil
    : ) arc hereby :
    general J intercs, : i that uhn no rale of ins"-r"st be e\preso t.:i!. I : I r ; lI,7- I 11,-
    and said books shall be until the i >; )
    J. Maulden kept
    ; open meeting, to nnko a hv-la-v, providing when any ,'xijiency: i it j no lei_hrr rate: thiin eirht: p-r centum: shall be. cliargf d. .I IJ iVon Oy..iX: ; { 7t>
    vholf of said stock shall be subscribed for in the
    amount man
    ; may arise, so t!; :t li\':,: shreclois cannot: oe preseM' at a meeting t Sic 2. !>., it furth-T: enacted I, Tint every person who, upon Baltimore 5513: 2.>
    : ner hereinafter provided. of the board, the business of the Bank! hall! be .uis.ietrd by New Orleans.
    ;my r-.(ltract, slitill:t tae! accept, or receive, bv way or means ofmicorrupt 3t.'a1:; 9';
    j SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That twenty-five} per contumen siieh number' of .3.9 6'0iol
    I i the amount subscribed, shall be p id into the hands of the and advisable Irirguin: :, exchange, or shift of any money Cincinnati ,10 31
    : goodj, w.ire-; merchandize: or land", note.-, or other things whsoever -1t.
    commissioners .it the time of subscribing in specie, United PASSED, Feb. 1 Jth 1S34.-APPROVED, Feb. llth 1S34.: : RicnuiOiut! .. 19.;;i fit 0
    r.brv f tale: rate of ten dollars ior the forbfvirance or iv-
    ;; I .
    1 States mils or the bills of specie paying Banks Albany Ij.lj.; ; :; 11
    l SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That after the whole amount mg day of piyrnent, of one hundr\ doll.{ :. 5 t for one year, and Pitt.sirg! : 13.2.i: O!!

    ;. of stock shall have been subscribed for, and twenty-five per Chap. S21-No. 82.: An act in addition) to, and amendatory of the so after that rate for a greater or less Tutu! or for a longer or Savannahl 1, .U
    centum paid on tho same, the said Commissioners shall give Charter of the Central Bank of Florida. shorter time, and so alter that rate or proportion f for tjooffs: war(>s. j jmcrclnndize f Augusta; ,: Ga. M:20.J) 7>>

    f notice thereof in some newspaper in the city Tallahassee, for SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council eommodities, bond; or notewin n suchhall l b:* New l\ovih'lIce, Haven y/j.,1! :jn

    the space of thirty days, calling upon the stockholders for a further of the Territory of Florida: That the President and Directorsof lent, contracted, or agreed for,_ taken accepted, or received:, I }{ irltiml 7.7..,H n 71:ije.

    I instalment of twenty-five per centum to be paid in (gold or the Central Bank of Florida, be, and they are hereby authorized shall forfeit and loo-e for every slt' h olfence, the whole amount. I Portland ;.il5!/ tiiNew
    i sih'er..and! upon receipt thereof, they shall make affidavit before to establish a branch of said Bank at the Town of :\ pl)a- of interest then due, one half of which for the future shall: b I ; the judge of the County Court of Jackson that tho sum of thir- lachicola in the County of Franklin under such rule, regula- paid into the treasury of the county! in which such onenco shall: !

    f r t} -seven thousand five hundred dollars has been paid in ; which tions, and restriction, as the said President and Directors, may be committed. and the other half to him; or them who will inform A Qua!.:H 0;;,' L' he .rrtr a [p.--n:>":i t.'JlnOW

    .r affidavit shall be published in a newspaper in the city of Tallahassee :prescribe : Provided, the same are not inconsistent::; with the and sue tot the saute; to be recovered with costs by action o" much ne rt' LT 1)-l; anoiiicr:: who! \\.i::. ;;utlerlug .
    and it shall be the duty of the commissioners aforesaidat provisions of the Charter of said Bank, or of anv law of( tlu' debt in any co-srt of record i in thin territory : l'ro\iaed. that i ii and needed" ins asshtduce, di:III..ollSen.-;
    ed to iiinu t fiif-ud
    1 the borrower ihould be the informer hlst th-.ni ijur/r is TUT \\
    aforesaid then. and in
    as ,
    \ the expense o< *I>- auu ciibcia, 10 t.vcnange that part of the Territory. FOCKLT for lIir!) ?" I
    SUDS; iijuiun made in the bills{ of specie paying Banks into goldor PASSED Feb. 11 th, lsJl.: -UEJECTEDFeb. 12th, 1834-Reconsidered I that case; tae whole amount thus recovered shall be paid into the __ \
    I silver. and parsed by tho requisite majority, February 13th treasury; t'.r: the use of the countv. THE
    t Sec. 5. Be it further 1831. SEC.: 3. Be it further enacted!: That when note notes rruLic DEBT or GREAT BRITAIN.-
    enacted, That upon the receipt of the I any 1 h Ilc-vv:i'ie ut (t'c u L5rit.ini i for Inc rear
    --- -
    T fifty per centum as aforesaid, and its conversion into gold or silver bond or bondi} shrill!l or may be,'upon 01 on account of any IHIIrioiu entluii ... 10 h jiioUcloOvr: lat.iird-;

    (t. it shall be the duty of the said commisioncrs to give twenty- Chap. 922--No. 4'. An act for the 1 continuation= of the compilation! o f contract, late iiit-ii-it: on trre! same shall be void, and the I ed a ;.ri) u- over the expenditures of the
    ', days notice to the stockholders to meet for the choice of seven the laws of this '1 crritory. I obligor or obligors: forever exonerated from the payment of the I!I c> imeye..r, iiceo.-.lm. G> the certificate theLords

    I' directors ; and the said directors then and there chosen, shall SEC. 1. Be it enacted: L)' tIt Governor and; Legislative Council : same: and the obligor or obligors shall be deemed by Ibis act j I I i conumxio.HYs of the Treasury, a-

    ; i be capable of serving one year from the date of said clectipn of the Territory Florida, That the executive of this Territory I I competent \\itcs.jes to prove the usurious consideration. of any iniiinnin!: to 1W7J3Ils: .. 73 -lil. whicha-::

    J ; or until their successors are appointed ; and the directors thus be, and he i is hereby authorized: upon an appropriation I such note or notes, bond or bonds : Provided! this a-t shall not National mount t.t debt lac,applied by the t thc reductioiiof.tock :by ht;

    : elected, shall at their first meeting choose from their body a being made by Congress, of the sum of twenty-five hundred be construed so as to prohibit tit,, sale of notes or l bondwliich; the commissioners 1 for purcnaseof that .

    president, whereupon they shall commence the operations of the dollars! therefor! to arcc: ; with the present contractors for pub- I may have been furls or boiafde given, and not given for the I total revenues of threat purpose.Hie Britain for \

    t1 said; Bank : And the annual election for directors shall take lishinir:- the t first volume: of the compilation ot the laws of said J; I purpose of evading: this act. the year; ending true 5b: of January last, was

    place on tho first Monday in January in each and every year : Tenitory (up to eighteen; hundred and i thirty-two) for the publication SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That in all cases whatsoever: l'2,[tJ ,'i45:, being a decrease:, as compareJwiilifiif

    m Provided, nevertheless, that should it ut any time happen that of a sel'oad'OIIlIlH.! .', on the same sy.-tem ana plan as said when any suit or action shall be brought in any court of record revenue of the (nrtceding .year. of

    : \' an election for directors should not bc.madc upon any day. when first volume, to comprise the tl eat}' ceding Florida, the constitution I in this territory, touching or concerning!) usurious bond, spoci.ility r -112.-1-1I.GaE.AT.

    pursuant: to this act it ought to have been made, the corporation of the Uuiu-d: Stales: : all! act of Congicss, respecting:; thi i: promise or agreement, the borrower or party to such I tistrrious F.UIIL\-At ithihwald! in S\vil-

    t shall not for that cause be deemed to bo dissolved, but said election Territory, and the lawof said Territory 01'eighttecn hundred) I j bond specially, promise or agreement, from whom s:uhi zerlan.i; the postmaster and laiuLunaiiofllicdistrict ,
    may take place at any time thereafter. and thirty-tince, and eighteen hundred and thiriy-four, with mar- i higher rate of interest is: or shall he !taken .hall bo a good{ and IS a I line man of boat filmy, \vw isntMiiye

    SEC. C. Be it further enacted, The stockholders: to the said ginal notes, references and index to be furnished at the expense::: I Millicient witness to give evidence of such offence! : : Provided I. ven lil.'r it;.rh. His ;vi'c: ijlwve

    I Bank, their successors and assigns, shall bt, and they arc hereby of said coutrat't++r,, by the compilers of the said first volume, that if any 1 person against whom such evidence is t oiferi-d: to b.1 i t sl\ !i:et ; and ,.fie-eu or CI".1t':'> cldtlftII,saiiS:

    created a body politic and corporate, by the na'no and stylo similar to those contained in said first volume. given, will deny upon oath, t > be administered in open court 1 j .iH.l daugiiteivs, time ibrnier. all above six feet
    I of the Farmer's Bank of Florida ; and shall so continue until SIC. 2. Be it fdither enacted: i'hat the said: contractors for the truth of what such wit css offers to :swear ag inst him, then t I SIX, and the girls above six tee t.

    I\ the first day of January one thous-ind eight hundred and sixty, publishing of the said second volume, so as herein before described such eudciicc shall not be admitted, and if any witness or party t I The introduction of the process of)Reaching 1

    1 and by the namo and style aforesaid, shall be, and are hereby be allowed the frill amount of aid appropilatinos, and hall (forswear him or herself any such neuter and be thereof: by chlorine ir.,, added Lugely talus Wf;
    j t made capable in law, to have, purchase, receive and enjoy, and that the executive :aforesaid be, and he is hereby! authorized to lawfully convicted, he or *!he shall: sulfur all tho pains; and pcnI.1 ply :)f matt-rials !for paper making: ; tincot

    retain to themselves and successors, lands, rents:: tenements, draw for, and adia-.irc to said contractors, such portion of aid: I ties by. law inflicted on !persons convicted of wilful and corrupt :: only the waste of ihe cotton (:adorns, bu!
    ": hereditaments, goods, chattels and effects, jso t far as may be necessary appropriation, when thin same may (be made; as the said executive perjury. j even the worn out b-igs: : in wuica the cotton
    to the use of said Bank, and so far: as may be received may deem expedient mid necessary for the promotion of I :SEC.) 5. Be it further enacted, That from and after the first 1) i i.s imported, are now made to :serve tIlt same

    II i{ and purchased by said Bank in satisfaction or security of any the objects of such appropriation.:; day of March next, any person or persons who shall he lawfully) i i purpose as linen rags
    i .
    1 tfcbt due the samo ; and the same to grant, demise, alienate or SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That shall be, and i is hereby I convicted of violating this act, shall be, and he is hereby fori i VALUE OF MIMTH.-In the late Report ol.

    dispose of; to sue and be sued, plead and be implcadod, answer made: the duty of the said contractors to execute unto the ever disqualified from being a director of any bank or banks in J the Adjutant General', of Massachusetts ct"
    ;' and be answered, defend and be defended, in courts of record, t-xceutivc afore-aid, ,i bond of sufficient security, in the sum of'I this territory and any I person or persons who may after the passage -| the existing condition of the Militia ot the

    or in any other place whatever ; and also o n.akc, use: and have three hundred dollars, conditioned f Ihat they will within six months :j of this: act, be elected or chosen director ot'any b.mk in j. Slate, au anecdote i is related}, which aithi'

    j a common seal, and the same to break, alter and renew at their from the dat of their agreement: with tin- executive, furnish to..;: this territory, before entering on the duties of his oflice, shall i it may provoke a smiie from those WhO knot

    i pleasure, and also to ordain, establish, and put in execution, him! for the Territory seven hundred and fifty copies of each I'I take the following oath, to wit : I do solemnly swear (or'affirm 'I the; metficieiicy of our' militia: system, vetsiiow.i
    ordinances and of tho said v/dumvs to ivj distributed in such manner is ) that I have not, either teat abroid tine name ofitighost
    such by-laws, regulations, as shall seem neces- as or directly or indnectlv, violated the ;)strengtli'/:; !/'
    j-nry: and convenient for the government of said corporation, not may be provided by law. act entitled, "an act regulating the rate or Interest," nor will j It j is said, when-the Russian torecssome:;
    being contrary to the laws of this Territory and of the United SEC. 1. Be it further enacted, That said agreement, I be :guilt/of violating said act, directly or indirectly, whilst I years since, bad invaded our limits: on th*
    States. be made, shall be considered as in full) satisfaction: to the eon-I continue in the office of director, su help mo (;011. I Pacific, am! the circumstances was repressed

    SEC. 7. Befit further enacted, That the directors of the Bank tractors ff all claims: on account of the deficiency of the appropriation SEC. 0. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of:, :: / to tile I Kmperor: the Great Autocratic

    for the time being, shall have power to appoint a cashier, and for the first volume aforesaid, and in full compensation the Judge of the Superior Courts to charge the Grand Juries'' in iiolu'mg up his; t lhesiZaiiicastlyspohe! .

    t uch other officers as may be deemed necessary to tho use of for said second volume, and that said first and second volumes, I of their respective counties, within their districts! to 1 present all j a of the power of his army, anti inci-Jired what

    he said corporation, and to allow said cashier and other officers shall both be full bound, in: good: !Jawjjinding, in call: and lettered and every person who may violate the i provisions; of this: act i I was the numhcr of ou r::. It would IJJ'Clll'cn the'
    in the bust f-tylc, by the said contractors. that come within their better l nliS to have withdrawn
    ho reasonable. may
    such compensation as may knowledge, and or. every such pre-1 claim, than to have named six thousandJis
    Snc. 8. Be it further enacted, That each share may be rcprer. PASSED Fcl,. loib 1S31.-Ai-niovr.n: Feb. lod( 1831. seritmeiii it shall be tho duty of tho district attorneys to prosecute the ultima ratio of its enforcement ; )but the t

    !i'.ed ba vote, and any stockholder may appoint another his -, --,- the party presented for tho amount of interest by this act lucky! thought of the last return of tte Mii'tia ; -

    or her proxy, under his or her hand and seal, who shall have and Chop. S-23--No. S I. An act to) provide f fur the of the forfeited, either in an action of loot: in the name of the! territory, : enabled the American Minister to ,'vc
    oxorcjso all the rights and powers which said stockholder could oriicers of the Council ind ior other compensation ilthl':. or upon information filed, and in every such/ case when the said the evidence ul'rl.rht wlucli Twelve Hundred -

    have had and enjoyed.SEVC. : Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative pin I Council:; of the district! attorney shall prosecute the said action or information to Thousand n could furiiKii, and saved .,

    9. Be it further enacted, That the stockholders shall be Territory of Florida! That the f following sums he, and they .;fIi ct, there shall oo taxed )111 his favour in the bill of costs him the neew: ::::;.ity-ot'anulhermitervlety.K
    bound both in their and individual for the il- against the defendant a f fee of fifteen dollars.
    corporate capacity arc hereby appropriated: out of the balance of the amount allowed F.PItiG T\VE.tN'-A man on horseback
    amatc redemption of all the issues and debts of the Bank. : I by the General; Government for the expenses of the Le- SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That all laws: and parts of laws stopped at a tavern recently, in one of the

    SEC. 10. Be it further enacted, That the said Bank shall 00.. gislative Council, and other expenditures for the year one thousand conflicting with the true intent and meaning of t this act be, and interior towns of Maine.i He inquired !fat
    allowed to demand and receive interest on all paper discounted, eight hundred and thirty-four. the same are hereby repealed. And that this act shall be m full oats for his horse. The ostler said they did

    and all monies loaned at the rate of eight per centum per annum, 1. For mileage and compensation to the Members of the Legislative force from and after the first day of March.PASSED not keep oats, but he had last }year's b:1Y-

    and no more under a penalty of'a forfeiture of the charter. Council, the sum of three thousand one hundred and Feb. 6th, 1833.-APPROVED, Feb. 12th 1833. The oats, he said the cost ascertained too much. that On they further ";
    inquiry, ,
    11. Be it further enacted That when other Banc dollars
    SEC. any sixty-four and ten cents. depended on their neighbors for water; that
    or corporation hall apply at this Bank and demand 2. For printing the Laws of the fire fur
    company Session did wood
    present in pamphlet Chap. 815 No. G7 -An act for the relief of Jonathan they not keep dry -or a
    .specie payment of the bills, or notes which said Bank, company, form, at two dollars twenty-five cents per page, as per contract SEC. 1. Be it enacted by tho Governor and LeTislatlvclbolln Thigpin.: travellers-or suitable articles fora table,or
    or corporation may hold on this Bank, the said notes or bits by William Wilson with the Council, estimated at one hundred cil of the Tenitory of Florida, That tho indeed any thing else, which a traveller
    may bo paid off in notes or bills which this Bank may holdup n and sixty pages, three hundred and sixty dollars. ritory be, and he is hereby authorised Treasurer of f this Ter- would be likely to want. At length: the
    such: Bank, company, or corporation ; and the cashier of its: 3. For printing the Journals of the Session pay the account of John- stranger, somewhat irritated, inquired,
    present in pamphlet attun Thigpin, amounting to the he,
    sum Thirt
    -five dollars for what DO keep? Ob, replied
    of you
    demand oath form
    Bank on writing, person present ig at one doll.tr and
    maY seventy-five cents per as services rendered by him "vc -,
    I pae per as a constable-in apprehending criminals looking significantly at the old sign,
    said bills or notes for payment, that such bills pr notes so pier contract by William Wilson with the Council, estimated at one tried before the Superior Courts for Duval ? KEEP TAVERN."
    r rented for payment! are not the property of any banking com a- hundred and sixty pages, two hnndied and eighty dollars. to Octeber 1826, in which cases the County previous .

    ty or corporation.' .' 4. For publishing the Laws in the Pcnsacola, St. Augustine, victed. parties were not con- The population of Switzerland is estim

    SEC. 12. Do it further enacted, That tho president and it Tallahassee and Appalachicgla newspapers:: four newspapers, f.\SSED Feb. 10th, 1834.-APPROVED; Feb. llth, 1834. ated Roman at TWO Catholic millions. about one half ol'tJctn


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