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

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..'" ftulhorised to announce Capt. r' jl- .- i 4 A ; : \-i'jnri: J -- -

k,S q. BROWN as a candidate to fill T'.iE .- pinch for we- were.under all 'sail almost .tur::II

F : in the deleation from Leon soon as they were,'and after them we. went: t

I fI\: the next Legislative Council occas- 'The .cravatte '.we afterward found aha .wa..
; death of Nathan Byrd. of the Cyarte, andl'otherthoLevant, and.I'll call.

bIbc!r authorised' announce Major them so 'cause jts shorter began to blazeaway;

Ia art "LAISSEZ at us with her stern-chasers, but we told hoi '
D. EDWARDS as a candi- _: xous. 'F AIRE. ;
IOJlN nothing, for firing,bow chasers deadens
Leon County iu tho n ---- : sbipJ

tt represent., .xt' m\t 'In'Ul.. WtttfaQW. ....... way and we determined to put. trtbat par...? :

'-((|Te Council. {fAtL1l.4lmA&2smuBi CfX9 ezIzHta UQi tiQce '\YLc< ;O. a -
: authorised to announce Col. < 1P 9IZfl we went on gaining oil them at every plunge '
JOS. 11.\ WHITE, as a Candidate tot _REMAINING in Jje Post Office at Tallahassee, RENOVATING LIQUID, From the New York Mirror. when all of a sudden, they began to short;a. : r

of Florida, in the 24th of October, 1834-if FORE-CASTLE YARJVS.sai.1 l again.'We "
Territory not taken and Sold
the Prepared by S. BERNARD i.
ID UnicdStates.rc.ZSriK0an" out by the 31st day of December, will be sent to the : Drug- EROM ( began to take in sail too, for stu'a sails
s Of the General Post Office as dead Letters. gist, JYORFOLK, VIR GIMd. A JOUANAL OF HIS FIRST CRUISE.
CAPTURE OF are no things to go ints action with, keeping

PtncnPN acanLhdatctorepIcenL the ter Linn, ,James Lewis S ((14)) rfl CUIB maQ g izuta! So Jack stowed away the old soger in the nn eye on them for fear they would ti\ck u*;

G.rd3ifl'h( 'J'.hConresi; of the United Allen, R. C. Lorriman James R. S. BERNARD'S ncrth-cast his ag amn. And suie enough so it was; for, when
H A RENOVATING corner took
}0f ( LIQUID oj tarpaulin a fresh
; for
July 'lith 3:; fi ) : Anwell
lJ-BaldW1I1 W. J. .U-McEI'\.y Noah extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Tar, and Grease bite of purser's plug, and* tying an overhaul- wo got under topails, tupgallan'-sails! and* .
U\f1ount'el\1nj. WILLIAM t : Miller William C from the most delicate colored Silks coruses| both into the wind
Eareauthorizl'dt Barber William Satins Cloths, knot with his fits. athwart his they came up gave ;
\Vy A f".candidate toreprescnt the ternOI'FloriJ.l Batson, Mordica Moore, Charles Bombazines, or Velvets, without injuring in:the least bread-bag, and us each broadside, and then made all sail: toget
Moore J. F their colour mooring himself he his
i ill the 24th Congress of the United Beackett or texture. snugly, began yarn as ti
July 27th 1833.: 50tf Boldel Wn hmgtonJfoorc: James This'rocent and valuable chemical discovery is offerel he did every thing, hull end foremost. away. L
ii i Thomas, Moton, Jackson d for sale by the Subscriber. almost Sail ho !' the look-out 'That did not please: us much and we swore* i
Butler the
to announce WILLIJIAI D.us Levi, supersedes snug on fore-
nutorJsed Murat
E&rC ; Bu Cot Achille (3) the necessity of dying, and the Scourer's some pretty tough ones at them, and then
tler. vocation -
"lirT.lT.I a candi'latc to represent theBALTZELL I D. F. P. Murat Mrs. C. D is topsail yard of the Constitution frigate, Commodore
gone. Fifty worth
"trtarid3, in the 4U' ongr'ss; of the U ni-j Carson C-Campbell, William C. JV-.Jf.-il, John' Baconlcrchant's breeches cents from criticism will for secure twelve a: Stewart, about four bells in the forenoon gave chase. This time we gamed.on them: 1..

q cs.: 1833 William O-Oliver, Robert B. months. It acts like a charm upon silks of the finest watch, of the twentieth of February the same as before, and coming nearer and .
P-Patilla, Thomas E. texture, by instantly the I nearer, they saw they could not
Chison removiog taints of grease 1815 Maderia south-east get away' .
David bearing
-1 1tfORSEf east,
THOJIAS- Ponder without in the least
Ephraim affecting the and
Choice, Re,'. William (2)) most inveterate fabric' itself' the distant two hundred miles. then they shortened sail; and likfi trueEnglish
OlPh Thomas P. lodgments of
wax Coat
AND COUNSELLOR AT 'LAW) Cook, John "\5 fly before it like dust before a bj ush.upon It is no quacke-collars 'Where awayt' hailed the officer of the bulldogs, got ready for whatever

tL ronunar to Pr.tr tier in the Court of -\p- Crai Cuthbert?, Win. P. \\R-n.a.n Mons'r ry but the true secundum arlem. mode of appearing deck. we chose to give them and to do their best to

fllsand Superior Court at 'T.illahas, and Ic1uniesof ) James Capt. J. B. F decent in old clothes; at the least imaginable ha Scotch prizes to us after all.
'Right-ahead sir the !look
Mrs. Lucy It is offered replied out.
h'aundi-rs Lewis to Gentlemen
Gadsdcn and Jackson, Daniel ((2) at 50 cents a phial, and all 'We shortened sail
Jt adjomio ii Abraham Sherman, Charles E other sorts of people can have it at the 'Gentlemen-o the-watch hailed the lieutenant stowing every thing snug
at tC itrp1ae1ue1la] \>: Dassy, Edward'Ellis l. Simmons. No sain" price. for we saw they meant to fight it out this time
danger ne4 be
., h 1S34. Capt. Henry apprehended in to the commodore
Ii :l..G\V J E- using it report sir, a strange
: _ J\hs
fa1A111\! /' f.1"l C'. Simpson, Fearick the finest and most delicate Silks-nor is it like the sail right head. and then sent up"ensigns! at the fore, main and
jj : ,\r 81 1 T E.tTlLL -FigBenjamin P. Ska Lemuel .soaps so commonly advertised in mizen the!
) \ Fibber Robert onr days, which by' 'The made his at peak, and on the bowsprit; 80that
: and
Smith Thomas removing evil report, came
j\IHI-1 MSnell one almost invariable produce anotlie'rof up if
LAW in the Courts of shot
Fisher some were should have
PRACTICE : WilliamFlordian we
: llamlt-n V double size-nor d'>cs it require the again, with orders to make all sail in chase.
'dj'K'onJ.i.Jackson; TallahaW.COUNSELLOR County and the Court Forme-! Editor of Stack, '.\'iIIiam- means of all other rrnoratersl1cb as hot preparative irons and I 'Aha !' thought we, as we set stu'n'-sails a something to fight nnder still. But Common .
:.3OFFICE.: : Alexander Isom the like. Only little doro Stewart the
lp.31 Stephens a clean water, according to the, low and aloft knowing spunk of u.5 fellows
G the
.J !i.t .j.1sTt.l( ;-Gadil, Alexander Stephens, James directions, is wanting. Oil or Grease of kind I though breeze was rather particular order not nail
to thorn
'_ ___ any gave to th<
Arthur stiff j
junr. Stephens Jesse can be extracted from ihe most delicate! too for them, 'now for same fun. l .
Am:! ID :a :r'J :!IO': Gordon, Col. Thomas (2)) Stringer, Irvin without the usual tronblu.uf taking them carnets 'Old Ironsides took the hint, and gathering! 1 mast; for he knew as any one with brains :

( *>VTTOIISKY AT LAW,) Grander: Sam. or Fr.tnci'I T Tailor, Jones )If used according to the directions, It will at up.-once way, we were offin m time at nil south-und-Iiy l I would, that that way of doing business wa*
Gray Thomas! Taylor, Mnj. John extract every particle of from the I all folly. It he knew
'i- 1 i th(' C-: nrt of Appeals ;-The finest Cloth was an impossibility ,
TLrnu-n .
// "Ha easf at knots hour.
sin Mrs.
i .-ui < mr-; '.' '4l'ttJ:', Gtidsden! and! Ja<-ki Mrs., Nancy Taylor. James or most delicate Silks, without injuring in the least r for Johny Bull to heat us in fair fighting. f .
Hurley Elizabeth I the color
'The l look
I 1 n.u'la; ni1l1 in thc' Thompson Wiley or texture.A out hailed again in five minutes:
;: r'rrtIV( ; i Up(1Oi i
IJ.] '" :\' T"IIIi\ *< i>c<": -r! civilities, of the South i I Harrison Samuel Thompson, Mrs.'Lycy large supply of the above valuable a.-ticle re 'Another sail), right ahead, sir ; close il>.>aid I J yu| .arm to yard-arm, hut then some accidcat t t
Cr''L: : :'-|111'Itf'ofC.i .! trgi.i. ItcsidC'n'( Hawkins Cap:. Chas. E. Thornton, Ben). G ceived and for sale by the first one.* {' :)nigu j happen and we should be in a bight, if 1.
; .. Heart Wi'liam' I
't' \ .\ I I -4"..t'] 1:'".).J. ) .>t f Touchstone, Stephen E. B. PERKINS, AIM tin( sigals-halyards would not render. .
::. Allen If-Waller, John S. Tallahasscc.Sept. 10th 1831.: (hn. 'This: was ropnired to the commodore, amlarepr I iI

joi i. ttIS>> IT'ietwr Gultliel Ward, George ----- -, IK !'d the order to piill: 1 a hod) al'urid thcill I The order was obeyed! by all except Pat t
(; ;; I L,)rt :\jjc.: Sai ah \Vhit, kcr J m,3.\. By the President of the United Stale Flanagan, an Irish foro-topman who was
alit th'tfl'e j
: i ( went, at a rati ri
.lTi''r.r 'IT L.nr great atheiorr <
'. ,) Hough, Joseph] C White, Sdmyel C IN pursuance of law" I, ANDREW JACKSON, Pnsi- 'ik itt to set the ensign at the fore. lie took
., .j'. ;-i'.n t., :i': ) A}\pp.idllr..II\! : I IIudl.:1\1Jarcll\ White Thomas of the Umlcd
r.{ 'I. .' .. '. till hc COllrl.. s; h.-\j,' at t tIll' j I: ./;-Jimhon, IXiiijel.V Williams), Isaac declares and make known that public silosvill be hold st ti'im, -:ill I hoonis Lent like nothing, but tin. -*ou\c nik, and a marlin- pike fin a hammer .

'&.vIt. \ 't': ;( ,.tWill ; :11111 hI'': :l11Hl,1: t'l"In I -Kcrr, Patrick! Williams, Henry nt the following Land. Offices, H the Territory of Florida old 11\111; did not carnot for that. \Vhat she; : and I nailed the eiuigu to UicJlag-poIc! in threo '

:.t.!Jet' ,. ,t' (:., ... It .J' 'fl t.tst': Lefers.idp: John \Villis, John at the periods designated, for the sale of the un I places: j
: can't
lei her
:Ij ," II I. p.si ," '. \\ it It; l I." n::I'n.kll to. I j /.-Land man: LilliaVnslow, Arth. Cornelius dermentioned lands, to wit : i'.lrr.: drag, was his rule and h:; There 1
!! ,NLI i !':aL't! i Lane Mrs. Mary Winslow, Elisha At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE -.tuck l lo il j well.'Ailvr i savs: Pat, as ho-came downto -
F 'lJr 7.:1: on the ..fil'stTIJlftlay in
I -- \ I'MII). i Lea, John William \Vi.hf.-rington, John R 4Tl\ December nxt, fur the disposal <.f the puli- i; !iu had] been spanking[ about an hour, the foretop I'll he d-d if that tug shallI [

. Lewis Wueje.'t ((119 L"ttcrs-9) 3w j lie lands within the undermentioned! townships and the oliJi.'iM'-of-the-deck hailed : I f rue struck, unless the mast goes by the board.'

R.\rar.N V. sEL:1: Persons calling for the above Letters will pleasefyiy fractional IIshi P'*, to wit: Fore topsail-yard there What do 1 I 'rhen the drums heat to quarters, and as I

,.M.lr) :I .Ii'I L.I:.1'. .'lP.JJ4.U.ilt'ul..l, F,'i:. :1dn I1"-l'l1." ; I.:_G. SEAUCY, P. M. Township North of! the 1 Jofrmgc base line 5., and West. of the meridian them out to ho ? youmahn I soon as they had done, the saucy Englishmen f! .:

.\' : ; : .,' ;m-M'' : .., 'iifi'fil! t.o him \\ii\t. \ iiidiu- LIST OF LETTERS Townships I and 2, of range 9. ':\'II.o'.war i sir; going large stu'n sails set,' I repeated the cull with a full band and rolled oft.

T J, P. ;:..:.:,v.' "T I D)MUESaniiJA e. 21st:: '- .n. V.'IXF-1:1:1:;' < tfJ r.:\1\IXING in the Post Office .it Quincy, Townships I and 2, ofrange 0, 10, 11 1, 12, 13 &. M says lio! lok-out. 'I with 'Ruin Britannia, and both luffing suddenly f

.':: ."'I ::I"" ; JlQ, <"IaiK.l"ii County, on the first day of October Tjwpship J, of range 15. ,TliM.; report, 'two tiIeiiii'- var ahead,' spreadthiouuh ( in the last strain the music was drowned ,
: 1 :3 I, \\ hi"1! j II I'110t i.ikrn! out before the first day of Tor nship 1, of rnngc; 16. i
-- 1 IS'.J: 'fWflsIiji 1 of 28.Fraction.il the sImi,>, iu Irs in MO lim s arisl all tho I witli the thiuvler' of two broadsides:: fired al.
;; ; Illt.elligce-1: .f1l11l"o'Y. will b. ->cl: to the General Post O.lice: t-.lne,, )
p3rti" : ;.< .('f J Litters township 1, and township::, ufranjc; 2 9. idlers watch belw and every lioily oarmi:: on I together, plump at us. I never hoard such. '

'; .\,!nm John! J. Kin?, John R.Ivnerall Townships I, 2, 4, and 5, of range 30. deck tu !h.ivo: a squint: at them' ; ami tinmodoro coiti imu I .;ic before and I hope I never shall again '!:

I- ._'__- .::::r-, ,., ,.-."".' .' I', Arrtisjod: ', F.I)hin Reuben Townships ", 3, 4, and 5, of range 31. f took a devil! of a shot at them through j especially in a moonlight night.
I .\ih'n.] North of the bline |
'.. ..); I C nux-il 15. LLinlOn.lores; W. 2 : and Casl of meridian..
i. 'r I ,.".\ ,.:."-.-",. -).., I'.., ......! ,."t,._.- j! //-Jiunvo: l Dr. L:1rell1fl'JlInc.i, : Township 2, rangetI3. his long spyglass: to make out ,'. h"-ro they .,j 'Then came the orders for bringing the ship '

'Ie (t' .-.j'fw...._ -,\'P., .._:.t,.. .::- I i Dll'iI': S.sni'lHailn'rc : Lark-ins: Robert Townships 1 and 2, of range 14.South hailed from. They wore so (far uh ail; t lint! ,!! '.i" action. Both batteries: were cast loose,
_.... '. :, '" :, \. ,. J )hi :: ; of the base line .
.' S. and East
: Sarah ; meridian. couldn't make out
.j> \:... _'. \, we : any thin r so ivo wati-hu.1! tompions! out, aprons off and loaded with
...-. ..-" .:'. .: '--""" -''.'....,... :.. ...... IJ'iHtvk! Ehiia i I). Lov\ John C. That put: township 11 situated North. aad\ West old Stewart
.-...."."" : ... '- .. to see whatlw. thought. i o.i dl a round shot, a stand of *
cf | and
t v' ... .. ,.;--.. .-. ."\....' ..:, '. J I: H.d'b, ThosnasDurum .\!-:Myrick, John T. the Suwanncc: river, of range I." grape can- .
I:_',',--1-.. '". '.. -'\... ; '.z''", :...:'. ".:,!;. f,.,;,;,... .... ..I l Fonoiton: McPh.itier! Arch'd.: 2 At the s-inic: place, in continuation, commencing: on 'lie stood on the staih! .u\i; cathead: ; .-?(].lint' ,i istor.-i

r't.: -: '. ". .' .:'t..7.t-. -._'.... : .".."....,.,.:.I.",.",. .-"..!.:;........;.;_,."::. .t-::::: ,: l'',';iii', Rich'rllleCaI.Elizahlth: : : 2 tlte third Muiiday in December ttext, for the disposal: 1 of in g tllJ(I'sltintin. ;! till \\ c thought iiu wflIJll! | ;I "Man both batteries !' snug out of the first
: r-'Chapman: : John It.t...: \I air. Robert the public lands within thc limits of th<: und.rnuu- I Inever knock. \ her< Iou lull
a "' at shut were manned.
: pt-ll they
.(; if ![ ;
T ? '>* :..' .c' .' ; I I C-nrnochan, :SSamly::; Mays Elizabeth tio ned! townships and fractional: townships lo wit. I
1'I i ,
. the
:) / up gi1t4-5 :11111Vcut along aft taSUiutr; ; Depr 'si for close
jj I! COI' Jts I \laril1Vllliam South of the bas line, and West of the meridian. ; i.- i your guns fire; wait form

t' .I\: \' rnD, I ron: j:=.; i. I,, /;-boiVin: ". n. n. 2 .\--Normon, Jeremiah: Fractional township 1, of range 8. himself: as if lie xv.is ;.vuikiig: nj iiU:
: : .1 '1 'H- .IJM-.J) \1ii 1i't.. ,* fl.'tllj! ill /:-Estic-. Win. C. 1 O-Owen*, Solomon Townships 1,2,3, .I, 5, G, and 7, ofrane 9. : and coinn tu :'if I I tht; IIDIHS lJl.H.'J]:, aJli;: 'lie stopped: and wo hardly breathed our [
E--ais: Rend !'ParraiiinrcJrhn U..S Town.hUs: ; I, 2, ."/, -I 1 I,4:;, 7, H, and 9, of rnnxl; l Ii<>. iu i All of ;
k i : i v 1 j :.mime MX diys. a liight.; suuih-it; I h. hriglili'isz.-I : I !! t'?:>- .!k'cs were as slit! as death and aI
h ... T I JUi'--*I.; ; I '..- ..1.. .' vrar. "ilJ 1 ."- tin 1 re mil"f.t 1 F jres! Robert Sexton, Henty Townships 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7.8, and '). of range I 12.Townships went caiuu anj; was; jii d--,::. I Ia"aiu I-: about eighteen years old and had never

d'. 'I'.' : .,'. 11,1.V.iC on t I."Odl I Fiierald, Fr' cm an fIlIt;: 1,2,3, 4 1, 5, and G, of range 13. : Jr iu no time at all, in i'uil uniform. i'[ :eeii in action I began to feel a little streaked.
: p- (;- : (, .-, Win. L. 2 ':Mnuh, John Township? 1,2,3,4, and 5, of range 1 II. t 'Tliore :::;:I'S wo, the old! man hi-: gt: h'I: was: stationed at one of the

-.ci' j, "\v-srr.\ rT.. dud 'i ie, Alcx'r.! Still, William Township 1. and fractional townships 2,3, anJ 4 1, ll"rhtii"liafi"I : [ { l'il !g-J; I,-- swih-I < nitl:I iil- ?'','h'::, !!Min and of course could sco quarter-deck and
h I //- -:, Ann Smith, Daniel afHvk range I.;. every thing
_. V I-,i l i'iv I.,,.,('i fur nw'.any:1. hn i1.p.rs.'"1'1I j in i the ihi I Ii ss) ntI ':I-(' Tl-J-lnall! Ro''t. Ta-loi Harry R. Township;; 1, amd fractional: township :2:?, of range 1 I''G. (then:l' look out rr IFl.ClPd'3! !\ :at-d jiri/.c: I.-M;: :j-jU.-i.liijg: ; slil! alongside my gun, I had nothing ti
D '.\ :,., ::,',11<:1 ,. ,1)0 c11tl".u.Ctlll. f.- 1 Hun cr, J. II. G. '-Wil-on, James At the Land Office at ST. ArcrsTisc, one the p.oy. i i i to think of but tin question whether the flat >
; .. J.Tones: S. F. "JJohnson Wilson, James U. :a, sfcoitd Mandatj in Decvmbtr for tho 'The oflicerr1 took! 'lie hint and iu Ini.t-
: It t't'u.:: xt. 1 1j tliplonlofthe tea ;ii-h i iutes would'nt be dubbing: their ugly noses into-
OniiiclJonf'S Wilcox James
I' a- I IIi'd }Jut-lie l.uwl.s within i I he limits of the .uiilcnncn- all hands .
-tvIr1'bzr.: : oflhu-n \vcniin li l"ia-I i:
L. H. Wilcox John 2 : : gs : nand m v carcase, at the bottom of the soa before
I ,
a -- r"h, .. I I'I} ()'0 { ti cncf] townships and! fractional township! j') wji I. :
'I'. .r 111."(' f,11J. 1 1j I Jordan: Daniel Walker, JI'm J. 2, North; of Vie'! Ij.ist; hue, and Hast of the IIIcricl .Hl. things began 1001a little tIIatl-o'. -war :.;i- :,' |long; ; auJ, I can tell you, I felt a little queer, ;

.;. ; .1 i c r \\--TU11t"'U\f. Ingrain, J.dm White, John Fractional: lowntihipj:! 1,2,3, 4, and 5, (East of St. shion. i irell |!: a:" the shot from the Englishmen flew around .

) : 1 iu; '' -2 inili; !1\11\ ;" *, 200 00] :) K IKingIsa:1c Mr-; Eliza'. eh }"on se &. McClinloclc.Lefers.. ,I .Mary's river.) of range -2.:?. ,\ wo cracked on :bar, ling-Hiil =r kv. ?- aus I J : I did'nt like to be standing still to bo shot
'nan, ; ) (73 ) I Iper
.: Townships[ 1,2, 3, .1, and fractional town..ltip 5, rralie '
St.t. and
jib-be jib tho d -I I knows bat .
[ J-w! ) M. BLUE, P. :M. 21. it <:ot j a it.!
: I'
.1 ( ', r ni.,, .n-.v-" rmmT. I ----- '.[ 1 2 fwd and went spanking off!: at twelve knots a an I! '!(igiit ahead about mile off* the :
If'. I.' P1 .- ; HU.,' h"l.1S, iOU; Oll 'i ) in .1:Iii i im: 3Inmicelo! Jtflirson county, Townshis 3, of range 25.: I a were Cy. f 1
j', :: : I I ''. S"0. j I I LODe( the !21st instant, a run away Negro:!: Township 1, of ILiIC 26. h hour; but the fellow ah''ad did th;ir [prettiest ..., ana and Levant, under easy sail. The Lo-

n T '.1'! 1'1 II '\--"ATl'r.n.AT.I I. Man! who S"YS his name is ISAAC, and I that he belongs Vraviional townships 1 1,2,3, fond 4, of ranijc! 27. too, so that it wa-j three t hi Us in tin; first tlog t |1, vant was a little ahead of tho Cyane, and as

: I '- : .Hhh:! ,"its-.:HJ".tin5,250 00) ) 1 l to J.n1} liter Mndiscn county, Florid \. Isaac Fractional townships! I, 2, and 3, of rziic 2-;. watch, before we ot tiuar enough la make out I i it was a bright could
; | moonlight, we see every
0 >L' t" tti..'.. $?I o.) I is about 30 or 3;> years of a:!o, dark cornplcd'dome FI"lctioll\1; townships i I, 2, and :3, of IMH L2'J.. cli. ,
: ." ; \: ;.iis!. MMj.-d. r-tall'sthrcarc: ? 1,1 l I l-.lllo tourhcd with the rhrum.iliok pains-altontS feet South of the base line, and! Mist of the iw!'lidian. U I U 1 j thnig: as plain as day, and they blazed away :

\'ii4 .Vi' Slt'lIrltt! tile' forfeit: I II' 1 10 or 11 1 in-'ln s high-wears a round coal.: The owner That part (If t township 11, (East of Suwunnce river) '\r c could then see very plainly, that ot:in !I i a: at us with stern chasers and quaiter-deck guns ,

.. "..: ..... ..: ,I .141./-:1's, p.tyao; at tlU'1 is reii .::M('d f> come forwaid, prove property, pay of range H.TClwmhil's. of them was a rravattc, and] t"olhor a sloop; !J I at the time, but we took no notice orit.f .
I. :.1.1 i n Lt, .'ui i cI'1C! .. itrd nit!. the cash- e expenses: and! take him awwvr.THOMAS". 10, 11 I, and 1 12, of range 15. of-war, and they lonkcdlilw .JollltY Hull's craft !i f
a "1. 1)i fUJ: l vlettor) at1ressd to IIARDYMAN, Sh'ff. Townships 10( 1 11 I and I 12, of range 10.I Wait f)r the word command,' says the :

I i ii't 1 1sue; auy time before) the :30th :Moiurcllo! 25th Sept. 1831. [ Stf[ J JA Townships I IU, 11, 12.: and 13, ofrallgfJ 17. 511 the old man ordcicd a bow chaser: to I b:' :j<: the first luff, again: ; not a shot must be throw ;

I I': ., I.' .'' '. .j"'JUI 1! '') '-vith J the. 'erin uf ill: !Ij- Town hip: C, 7, and 13, of range 13.I f tin d. just to make: them look at us, for tlmy F i iwere j| away. :

;; 'f'. i '-r .1 I/..o tu be uanud JIG c\'cmJ;.: I I NEGRO FOR SALE, Townships 5, 0, 7, 8, 9), :"lfll:3, of ran-t: I 19.) .\ long way out of'1iot: ; and wh 'u I ho j 'As we neared them their fire J-
,. : to tlw citato of FIIF.D.: SIMPSON, Townships I 1,2, 3,5,67, 8, and H, of rarge 20. l had waked them grew hotter i
so sent the old
*"" \ BELONGING Township.< I, a, 3, G, 7 and 8 of 21. us gridiron I I and hotter, till, when the
'-in; up :lt the tud: rarh ( is a likely fellow, nnd if not sold! range jve weie on Cyane'a J
-. itt '"10 I", 'll.'U.. ; ;\I1dc\'cr\: .' cHort will I be, nrivuttly 1 I shall put him up to the hijjh(' t bidder on That portion (lt f township 1 South of St. \lari}V's:: at the ':)re-::I;y-ai I.mast.lLP.ad: so that thry f!i: \lirboard quarter, the sea was all in a blaze. : f fI

.tr. '. j}. a; ifconnn'xl.ition 1 ;J and it iscon-, the first day of J.ui'y, llc. t. n.. J. HACK LlY.Ool. river, and townships 2, 3, 4,5, (f, 7, an<4 fiuf, range2'!2.i" could see it plain. They answered a riminu I "Port !' hailed the first luff* in a voice "

: '* \iJ' '''tt-d that ::.'.U!I cnwu at. a distancevht r Lrl That poition of township 1, Kist of St.AIary'j river, I aftei' each a gun, and sent British colors I l loud that so ;
; :'-:".t '"'re', will!' "mi'lir| | Purses and townships 2, 3, 4,5, G, 7, and 8, ofi-.tiige 23.; up we heard it plain in spite of the Eng
)vir und -for l !
..,.t.a'. "drllif'L; ;'J.!' Consideration. ( Bargains I J.larrain-5 lots Bargains > Townships 1 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, and 8, of r.tnge :24. l lishmen's uroadi es.-Their game was to '
Townships 1 1,2,4,5,6, 7, and t 8 of 2. NYw boys says we for a brush but Johnny
ruo B" "\N, :-\ &. JUST received per brig Gertrude from Baltimore, range ; keep both on our larboard so that we should
: C'ry Proprietor.l1l1
;JjJ lh lC:31. for sale: low for c.\shl general assortmentof Fractional township, 1 I. of ranire; 29. Hull lid not think so, but he pulled heel all be obliged to divide larboard !
I I our between
j Each sale will be kept for week and the battery -
GROCERIES, consisting of open the harder; but ",'e gained on him and 'Lw as I
: them but
l lands reserved by law for the use of schools, or for Commodore Stewart knew* i
Fresh Flour! this
( year's crop) plain we should overhaul him the word
.THE RACES other purposes, will be excluded from sale. very so better than that. f

t ,.Ell the Bacon and Sides, New Orleans Sugar, Given under my hand: at the City Washington r>tn, was passed. \Ve passed the starboard-side of
Utldy; Aluunuj! L._, JU't:1; : come off ; Pickled Herring, Rice, Soap, Liquors, 4GEO. -C. this seventh day of July. A. D. 1834.ANDItEW 'Fore and aft both sides and amid ships, all and ]luffed Cyano t
t too ,
tJUlU'l'mLC1' next, and continue H. LINDENBERGER.1st JACKSON. so that we should not rake _
"r& hands! Turn '
. "dgv iirna October 18:1: t. J8tf[ J By! the President: to and clean yourselves unite II them and thci' the first lieutenant hailed a- ;
)0ij i-'v-2.., nj I.' limits-$20( entrance. I NOTTCE"IS -------- -- ELIJAH HAYWAUD, frocks and trowsers, to muster.' gain

''l d..y $)}() I tIJ.!'!.t'! i<.ats-$3: -""!: 111 3 in COURT j
: : ats- 5-$:-JO do. hereby given, that the SUPERIOR appointed -
I to.\' ..I'\I: : S .u -\..t I lie $173-2 mile heats- by law, to be held for the county of Loon; NOTICE.-At the next session:: of the County on your muster-cloths to fight in for? "Every gun aboard was fired the minute the -

d. '::11). on the first Mondtf/ in October next has been ad Court of Leon County I shall apply for a settlement Get them spoiled and dirty aud some ugly; word passed! his lips;;; the larboard-battery into

) \\ .1t4ke. -fi-cforall ages-S100( do. journal j over by the Ju'Ic of said Court until the of mv accounts as administrator of James hugh it-s, holes drilled in them, pre-haps. the Cyane and the starboard ;
prac1.1 ,.r '<' Isufidint at which time accounts and vouchers will bs Into the Levant ; ,
tt: that inuoh sport may second Monday in November next,at which last men- my pre 'Short yarns Jack '
': he 4 II Ihid sented for settlement.COMMISSION. youngster growled we and .as the kick of one battery met the kick
Q ft jiromise of several' in- ioned diy: the Court will be held nt Tallahnssec ;
ibm the n i.1TL"lit Suites, that if our purses and all Causes, Writs, and other process which are i 4. HF.. SIMMONS, Adm'r. were goiag to meeting, as you Yankees say; of the other, the ship didn't heel an inch, but !

.Ut.JU:>tjf::Y Jt, th'Y,...: WOI1'J| certainly attend our or may now be continued, or returnable to the said first Sept. Gth, 1834.-1-:-3m._ and so we rigged ourselves to put Johnny trembled like s I leaf from the keelson to the ,

f.rnu..L' .)1) wIll 'be have in October are continued and : Bull's out, ifhe looked ,
Iullls spared to ; Monday adjourned, 5' STORAGE eyes our way. truck. I never shall forget how I felt then
: '.",t., .tl1ur..oj'-very extensive. preparations made returnable to the said second Monday of Novembcr Well we cleared decks and ;
'I&n.1I up got the noise of
ILtIr... } u/v- )1flOjLtC( those wLo Bi.xy favour us next. JAS. S. LINN, Clerk, BUSINESS. in every our batteries was enough to spli. '
&1fZf) )mfla.::)'. By It. JOHN FLOYD, D. Clk. I, THE SUBSCRIBER having several Months since thing fighting trim; arm chest on deck, cut a man's head open; but the most awful soui', i L

"f'Utkctl'-I'l:1n"I's the Club I will be governed by I the Tallahassee: Sept. 24ii! 1331. [7if' ] abandoned the Retail busidess, will in future devotethe lass-racks: at the capstan, and forrad, put on to me was the crashing our shot made aboard i
most unremi.nns attention to a Grneral COMMISSION
;& All Entries to be made to the9'iVloh the gratings rove preventersheets and braces the
Ll Englishmen it
NOTICE. and STORAGE business ; was as had
-receiving and every
"" / 1'. J\I. for the I :
day previous; to the in
''Ot/Olil/ will be made by the subscriber forwaiding Goods, and Cotton, will be partIcularlyattended slung yards chains lashed the topsails, gone by the board; every shot told; and th* I i

\S'. APPLICATION to the Honorable the I to. sanded down the decks, and got thing of .the
!; J. PJTTMAN: Secretary. ( ) Judgeof every yells wounded! it makes my blood run "
nPj1: 9ib July,2Sil.: f43-2lhv[ : ] the County Court of Leon County, for Letters of His buildings are considerably enlarged and in exccl1ent ready in regular built style. When we were cold] to think ofit! / !
T ut Admir.istntion') the estate of NATHAN BIRD, deceased condition. His extensive acquaintance and within
C1l1t1if'J'i about four
; miles of the
: Jt'iq-urcr will I the abovej'rward Englishmen 'I first
ttls llld pu'ilish ,- ale of said County. the very liberal patronage hitherto extended to I him' was loader of my gun and as it was !
'l14:1a.l\nil\ ) IaN accjunl r theecretury: R. PARI' II. render it unnecessary, he deems. to give reference.; we trained one one of our bow chasers on in the larboard battery, my mark was the Cy .

. Jwky Club' Mirkasooky L-.kr. Sept lOlh) % 1534. ((7w.) JOHN BLAIR PEACHY them and let drive just by way opening I the ane. After we hail been at it a little while !
Lbcral! advances as heretofore made on Cot I( conversation around
TO' -- as sweetheart used
LEOiS BOUNTY FLORIDA. New my to say, shot took the man next to in the
h,.. shipped to York, Charleston or Liverpool.St. but that me :
Ilt; 1-IlYoflh' In the County Court nf said County. ___ Marfc, Sept. 2, 1894tf. I not do much; but Johny Bull, as head, and dashed his blood and brains all over ;
l Parish ,. ; Episcopal Church of St. if he had' just what
thought we wanted of but
James Edwin Stewart, me; all skittishncss !
ut "abBUILDERS.. my vas after the
II(r all.tla, )U. to erect a Church in thetXecQttor StoringShipping- of Cotton.KERR him, began to shorten sail if he gone
7talrc desirous: to obtain contracts vs. i Attachment. was coming first broadside and I did not mind this trifle at !
I ,,'ork."clrp. Edward Barnwcll. STURGES will attend to Storing and to all. -
\111 us.We
.or fOr;the .1 I"ICpo3h: either for the whole THE Defendant others concerned, are notified Cotton-they will also advance: on were glad enough to see that motion, 'The next moment I had
dellv the issuing of said Attachment and arc required as finished
Cotton for loading
Cry of the Brick entrusted to their care shipment to and
and {' Bricklayer and, Lumber Carp?,nt6rs'and i to plead to the Declaration ('conformably with market in the United States or elsewhere; and ir1: began to think he might be a clever I fellow her and stepping back, my left arm dropped

.Lhflarat.i; the statute. EDWARD CHANDLER, purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee or St. after all and so shortened sail ourselves. numb by my side. I felt of it, but there was ..

can DC :l ""' and all other ncccss.ary in- Oct. 1st, 1834. (8tf) For Plaintiff.tn. Marks. Oct. 4th, 1934. (Stf) But Johny was playing us a trick for when no skin broken, nor so much as the sleeve of _

had on application to the UX.(ler- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. SIX months from from date, I will present my we got under fighting canvass, and l lost some my frock singed, but still I Could not lift it .

PQSArs weeks after date, application will be made: for a settlement, and shall apply to the headway, he threw his men aloft and his sail and I 'spose 'twas the wind shot ;
FOUR : of
ore Iohr Contracts must be handed in sell the DAVIS FLO Hon. Court of Jackson for Lettersof a passing ;
the October to real estate of ID, County county, being only stopped up, and not half stowed, close to it. :-.
Leon Dismission Administrator oftbe of DAVIDRow
1'fIOM dceaied, late of county. as estate he
TOX ELIZABETH ELL late of said deceased. was under all sail again in a minute. But 'The lieutenant .' :
l't.tF.S .. RANDOLPH ) FLOYD, county, ofmy4ivision seeing,something l
THOMPSON i Co BEN CH AIRES, j Ex'trs. JNO. Af. C. ROWELL Adm'r. old Stewart saw what they were at, and they was foul, told me to below to "the" {

t;Sept. 13, 1831.-s-tC '. OcV4th, (8-4w) 24tb June, 133:. [47-6mJ fotmd that Yankees oould loose sail too, npooItu Doctor. go j

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Y T rrl 'p, tta ri tbttchm m. The--J***ntletata"" 5T having'"*rtv-resigned, *the TS*goveri tnd, perrn.t tort toad rich in till the ali ec iPid3I1 o. ,y .. he .F a '.ttif4

bat eo be needn'ttraW it insolence but I took ship of Fbrida, ;aad recently returaed ta''tbiti to**, Bym iibMtnd,ties,'Uat can btea an boi ,r. insisted upon etetno e Mr. Selrth

tny stittan nt the train-tackleior I cooM haul place, (where imderstaad, he intends, ,her heart to tag, ?}lied. UQch Bging frieo !. Fitnv t imttkd'ately. The otter

in and ran out the gurt with one as well as a tr, to reside permanently,) a .number pftbe'eitl' first apaetrtttee' *a-an Idvocate in your coubelbre 1 ChanAer of epn r i&tg cf'Juust 1 b. Dutchman EaW him hr said: r a"Be'

dozen and the'man I icliercd took tens of;toe town and vkinity, being desirawbo, ihe dawn of borboodliadkttcavcheekllp At a quartert before 9.odock{ D. Dupta wok you Misbter" Sctmidtr
rnrpos testily their personal regard for him, met at Chman's to the moment wheVl was called to a hula and the cliair. "Certainly. 1.
loader, and in a minute after a round shotlumjnto cut Hotel on Thursday,the iSthulL and r'eatll hooorabk station In the government' of 'londa, The order of the day was the sequel of the verification Be dish yourn dog;"

so there was my luck. red to invite him to a public dinner. Whereupon I ever received from you and rov fellow citizens of filequa.ificcation of the members. -Yes"

Wdl after a while the two enemies fire be- a committee was appointed to confer with hiewtwse with whom I associated, the kindest and most Admitted, M. de Berigny. He wh a fine looking do* a h '

gan to slack n (title and that made us work letter, and the Governess reply are an generous support-greater' far, than my menu The President announced to the Chamber that "Is that .llyon have toO say:"

way too hattler and 'prelty soon the Cyane Hexed : or humble services could tempt me to aatici the deputation had this day an audience of His no, Mtsbter Schmidt (rs

hauled down the ensign, guess it 'twasn't nail- BJLKDSTOW2T, Sept. ISt s.3 t, pate. Majesty, 10 whom the address voted by doe Ghlm- got more Y et. De Gentlemen and believe that her had been read. The tbUtiwing-! was his ,1ajesty's but hbh tail which 7. auLLde
cd to the mat hut the Levant made saiget to Dear Sir : At a meeting of a number of the allow me to hope a
citizens of Bardsiowa, held at Chapman's Hotel all nir intercourse with the world, has never wkened answer: "Too short! Doynuca

away; so old Ironsides fell of from the on thursday last, it was resolved, that vou should my gratitude to such confiding friends, or "Gentlemen of the Chamber of Deputies,-I 3 dinner to tell me t hat, vnu sc nnndrel.

"wind to brin her larboard-broadside to bear be invited to partake with your old friends, resi. blunted those feelings, which a warm heart beats ring the short time that you have been already Be cool, 'Jliahter chtuult, be cq
oo fcer, and it M hor so solidly that she but assembled have of at- I frill dell sat I adrahr
gave j dents at the town and its vicinity, of a dinner to to cherish and preserve. you given me proot your you you d
loo battled down her tl tg' be given at Chapman'Hotel, ats'uchlimeas ana The station which I occupied for many years lachment ?tithe constitutional ?}}none, which I lace; eider to puH ont yourn dt>.v, st''al l a httfe'fn '' fir

We gave them tin ec cheers and then boats suit your convenience; and the undersigned were was smroumled by difficulties as trying"as they so deeply appreciated. You will continue to af- ash to be respectable' ode r else that ran !

being lowered, the Commodore sent a lieutenant appointed a con\mitte to address you upon the were numerous, f growing out of the distracting! ford my Government the loyal and patriotic Sup- clean out of/iffht. Dat is h !'.Ihi. ra J

and a prize clew aboard each of them, subject.} and conflicting opinions of a new comrnuni port which for the last four years it has found in gall by fyeM Schmidt. l : '

The honor This stile of was partially anticipated, asa the Chambers which have preceded you and it
and receive their surrender; for neither of them conferred upon the undersigned, by things will maintain list liberal and A lobatcrman '
natural result in the organization of a new courageously mn purloins his
being appointed the of their fellow citizens snort
had a boat thil vuuhI'float, to send their cap' to creel an old acquaintance organs after a long absence depending for its action o-a a mite+rling_ df rate policy which, as you observe, is alone nfornable Long Island Sound was caPlore sj b
tains aboard of\is. } lo the wishes and interests of France. 1
tVom of our his Brillanic .
with population 31aJ"-j1.v'
ant 10 renew that bond of friendship one, coming every quarter + ben ey and by
'Well wo bore towards Maderia. sai- arJUnd You unite with me in offering to the IalIOnat ? xaI
away wlu e talents as a statesmen, whose kindness asa country each a stranger to each looking bothering the rF- -lli.u* raral '

ling-alonj easy, repairing damages; and, wben neighbour, and whose virtues as a manendea him with doubt and distrust, and slowly and cattously Guard and ihe'army the tribute o? public gratiti commander produced a bnue ot t city lr

that was done we spliced the wain-brace and i igrog f him to '|jem in times jnme by, is duly appreciated yielding his confidence after long and anjous fur the new service'rendr ed by them lo the couny -and ordered the i lobsterrrun rev Eo
in the of Ue Dttiunal to drink
Hie l -and in them the yc
ever tasted well it did then. discharging duty assigned the health and *?
withhold of : i intervene,before the goverunieoiintercourie, and ind in securing the established order of things long life of his mott
cannot the"expression
About JHV bells in the first watch, the lieutenant undersigned I the attacks of the factions. I thank Majesty Georg the third. '' kn
the high regard and sincere respect, which they manners of uch a community, wii> settle down against you it hab od"a'
in charge of the Cyane hailed, to j say individually cherish toward :flu. In conchisi on those principles, which govern anal rejiulc or it, gentlemen ; it ts in this reciprocal confide'iind red softly at first and afler ardlplumplti ? t1K

that he wanted tho carpenter and his gang, for they would express the hope, that nothing may older citties. Yet, under all these di ndvantJjes in this union of all the powers of the &tote; i he British hero threaten ?! w'
ihc ship sinking.'Commndure local local hat: the del>,> ituries of authority ran collect 1 the *
was intervene to prevent four compliance I } withwishes the aggravated by causes and politics, ly, however, and wa{ about ,c -
S Stewart anstv rd the hail him- uf their constituents and themselves oraethues violent and seKlom dispa ionate, I otyn oral force, the necessity of which you justly ac- tam awkward extremities-pi, ,. dbt|to

lf *Tack ship sir and crovd { myself}} under many and) lasting} obligations to tlr cnowJeilge, in preserving os from the return of
all sail. SAM'L. T. BEALL. told hiru
j to hand the !
people? of Florida for their liberal and uniform t hose dreadful agitations-\'e Aall! thin succeed alonp; liquor._Th
'Thin was js! the thin She had} fought : PETER S\YEEl'S, cWM. sup- .
and the
; port. in securing the repose; and vrotl..tily of France* ; was produced toast duly 'tiro '9
1 nTefSQ
her starbcvsri! brmrry, and that was the side PENNY, S and satisfied with !
Gentlemen, with all my defects of judgeme as to me "havmg answered the : t1

cut up by our shot? ticking and crowding all JAMES THOMAS SLAUGHTER HITE Jr. )r- z I and all the errors of my :)dminbtntion, togeih? e'xpectation of the nation, I shall enjoy with haP 1Herz i a IiedLL to Fial; Cecrttd tb

sail, throw it clear oat of! the that the demction )iness the atlection of the fresh prooftut and and
water, so I DANIEL D JONES B with occasional and abuse to rnairniihe. coumry a rfign- reign- rti"rt d be tl IO:

carpenter hid n Pur chance at it, and old Nipt E HOW ELL, J t t t which"' it is so gratiling to me to receive from ettrnttg "' h

ton, no chance nt all. In an hour the lieutenant His Excellenc WM. P. DIVAUN tlectips against rap, it will ever remain to me, rill}. Ffa

made icpo-t that eventhing was stnu rtI a lasting c m-souion! that I retired .from the Gkernment The Minuter of the Inferior proceeded tn turd ; 4L S irrivcd
r. I of Florida, withtLc esteem and cvnti- I h13 M >je>t> "s onhmnce Prom*einP the Charabi to
Again, and we saiiod quiciiv": till morninc; and _- Sept. 2J 1831.Gtntlfmcn Sc3Maer CLACK HA\VK
the -J9th! December 1S34 C,
Jence ot the gre-.it er portion of her citizens. JIr! on Gnclr f, clans
then took out half of their men and brought j : Your kind anal esteemed inyita- liticalc.ianectiiii \viti the I people ofFlori.la! has The sitting ternimted ala quarter eat, two\ tl. Fnir frMn? Hsa11t R t

them aboard the Constitution, and mans e d ton in behalf of a number of our fellow citizens lerminatcd, and, there is little probability of its re- u'r' +.ick. C'rt. n-SL "-t ti,rot I 31.Gaere, fe t tit.

them with our o.yr. We diiln't steal thei r of this place and its vicinity, was received with iew.il. My motives, ttc reforc, \vul not be"nnstaki Belgian papers an nonce ihe _h'neral l acquit:

dunnage, thuu; nor abused them, as Bo b tt'c'lindeep and grateful. Vhen I ileclare, gentlemen; that take them as a at Monson tne 17th, of the prisoner? accuses of 4r e1C ork

says they did in the Endymon, but let: each In times like I! ihe present. when our countrvi is xtm'e, I have never knoivu, in any new ivuntr, .; ,

man have his big and hammock the itateianJ the parties excited by ix !iiicil events a i better, bolder! or more g emus "race of men.hniion I it t is a same as tho
ac and inJeret 'I sensilipprecia'e r i
high absorbing < most hamctul!
: rcmeiuhertiieirfiuetniit< ofcharacterarr.univ e. 1I pa rt r'f r 'r r irr'
his shi\ ry7 }
r N
1 own f this manifest iikin of your respect and! virtues. Their few defects arcalrealyhrgut The news from the II -p> u tr'.cl-: \va We male MadRria in a couple of day,c re:,anl. I am fully aware that :fit political lelintiaveenteretlinbiyour ? ,, t; Nor rsenar n
+ ova Pusideataiid gentlemen, permit me toss le-the L Mnes r.-ere daily: i' irun, strength cnil3 actt .rq c aid- Y -: : 3't! '?whts
mad came to nn nndjor in Porto Piaja ant I iuviiation since mv sen t ll- of abundant ?airy ":'a"#' 4t.
t-Jore I .pit thu subject, that, in that eouniry, I ;rthat ct Tlekt:::'. GLht'r red,
hegar. I* re it and nnnn the Crane and Ltantas :cents and opinions are well known i+) all-yet I !rive kii ;nine d.-ir and valued frieiuN, \VKVlienterv P.iripijwrs of the : l>Auir.i*: r-.te that stile e .ta. beare-t-d in join h"-l : iVr rHrW.k. a

!veil is wo c.L-old, ami still have t eel l, and acknowledge, you have conlcrred an hon >u'd condact I can never l"rgct-frien, .J uly 20, nut a drtiuof rai.i h.:1 fiiUr.it Paioil i x31,: .art''I M r '.ar fnn rrr.) ': wts
TrStr.i Ri!
tnen enough for K1 IronriJe?. In a week we o r tm rue, far superior to auv notice that tyliU-e intelli:! ncc and virtues rHkct! honor r); l1'tl eveninj when a shnwerof extrjun'h.arr" v i !rUcr'o' +t, .c R:! !.qir,,,t. <.:.. nlnN tR'.u rtMt It,t
-. ukl! !be boUMveJ zeal u5-
by tor nqRt
for rid i party pitical : o.ir race.and who are JUtined to vimie ou a grea &: + r ". ,' .. '
were ready -on, ; w.'Fe lying quictlr at n' ; a+ +.rsaln.tKO Ck If
e r theatre tJnii? the liiu.is lit their oiva territory.1CLert'tcr -
anchorhcn mo fo_:y morrni a small craft If I merit the affectionate !an,_ sage which I sal I may live-humble? and po\ver; .- s as I tat: V: n-: !-iu K-.ip} M'.jTnn-tre .','- fr -v h. p", : : 't r 1.1.R3.'a.t. -1. 'r 4n-Trtial u'
arrived, an Kn''li .
; autiwlJ the ,
the mieresis or thu} ri,+,ht of Fiorid iiTe -iluiitui watr nth': tt'rj'r ta: it *:i- wAt r i) t it r

knew well rnonh Halt t1' English would :rnerously! expressed in your letter-permit the it* allied, one v.ii-v, ??'c'hitall,} unaviii.g! as it it -'- : MO tie omnibn ao,! ;n'. .!+.''.svi.atnin were :r ;; : .tl 'CaT, r:

Dot care a straw tV !lit' Spinish ueutraht to ..:ay. it w.is among you,and in the circle of ura 1 nay prove, *.n'.i Uni.Ned in defend "t'lier rllts 1 :: m ihe! MrevH. The irynttl.4 rt se 'tr. .,: : c'C}. : : I Conx n (ur

Ipso HC cut our c.ibs! and a? the Enjli-sh pn' r i han rinji fuen. K i that I was tau lu to value, tnm I anl m tlefa.icc; to her enemies. Gcntleiwa' I :ere bock'dupbv! ; !the! stm.v nnj oir:.-r !a3ttrhrDt' tio'rIt'l S!
oners would bt' in Jh! <* v.y in n tig o: *. \\o 'et: ; ''recent, and exjmp'e' the
Them ashore aid then -Lt nl out. Now there vn To hav! "rcnrxv approved.ti.it l nd of friendship"' that time 4 ;:-ieareil lo me by all tc: j I isi.i'- r+. c-t'kcti.-: nUt it= ped i: t..k t\,> hours to cnrrv .,:! the tSJ i.- : Jri- ; tore C+xi-r C_ efGttven; t r, Ttr
)thed.iy> anti the j>re-ecc: of mint viiuei'raiafe -*a ter. L-- 1Ir'-t-:
was an old Spanish hnticry ashore. wh ccommand. -nj di tynhall ha? lonj (been -.a : tsaceof the ,
interrupted tat ntof e.tV Ti'ta! of :hrt.. U e
> s. : whou .kf mv< e re.idv taimence one t..e : dir.evt.. -ml rrviiu' llri.T 1.t iI3:!.: 'til Sari -i ,
tl 1 thf hole bay; aiiij as shun awe rdent de>ire--and boking forward to that rvnci1 t
c+): do>cendi! :>'! it-' hill!! offe.. I looki; \>a rl+ ti< Ilu-i.-iii n.-fivinririi: ci uaiv-!? ->rte
had I-iudo th Pri=nn 'r*, the <1-cl rascal :' t 1 anl ;pleasing intercourse; with my "fu'.o'.v cit lh1' issjH.t; with find r au-J lively, ci.uuwa.: .SiVsr .1 : I tvd-j-1 5-V! 1 1 th J.ii.bv n 4rrd'tUl rmff r

Tan to tho b. Uerv. nnn .oJ it and opened ut tt 1+:n-. that"constituted so hrg: a ])ar.on of tiappiuvss d rural .15 it i coii'jured to L'C great and !Husiridjin.i.lsr it+)'t. NC fflUrt'e) 'bi0 'tL'r: irs.. Iw_'' "

tin suitThat didn't old ; h I f.viacr yerrs. I hope to Sp t.tl m : i ? the ratio ; i rl".isr i : _
on us tn : please t .vho cnr-iaudwiudii} wtrtcn + : )t.tr; + t11. aurLtirt ? :: 1 : .
Rtiriter '
Stewart ovcr+ e'l .:ntl ho store sonic petty J'v< 3mn.r yoj, in usefulne to secittv. anJ c.rnlmtre''. the nvjde! nvn w ureard : ?trios.! w-ortr-.enoffhc chravd ruanuLctarm -,; > 1; 't..y .a T 7t ie;

t tou:hones that ti he s"t clear of the Euirli :!::: tsu'e In my friend. If it will answer thee I -yet V.I',i claim tor i her a reputati; >r. and ,, -. l>,e :M,, ntaTziur': t: c ]!Hovrm *1Z o. : lrr- i .Ad'vuc-. > -. rs-.fp

fleet outside he + 'uu.dthose back aa-i lik'L :. -tit'nee t'1 th: cjra.uittee.: I will nam Sad < tne that the m.st opulent; ctiemisrh: adunr, T'.? fi-fi ir.irK-U ti.e !):tr..'t tr r: rk-i. r.Jre ki.crt : .ic= McO'x rT ircaI. : -V' rl ,!'r
+ coue >
+- iv! Oth utait as the iljv! 0:1 which I tt'il '"
i :
r y Cat we forget, that the n.n/.e: Alien and Davlexho LULL reduce it* ashes. Many iii.r v.-.s.J r r

fellows ia the nir. ici t them.! died: in defence ofusr cour.trv duri.; :ht: ibttan* ::3\eby tr ca a-rop'- to H. LIMER.LK .
Now, the hirljnr of Porto Prava ha= a I return you my thinks f>r .he friendly terms i i"hicli it a I ate v.-ar. rcctiveJ thcr :first prlae'es"anj:; : ? luslrucnhere i- nni are re.E|iceil t.i b. ejarv. H> -' '-. cir; a f't-

mall but hi_ii Uhni at its mouth 5o tlr ; n you !have e.pressl i,'r me, yo-ir rcgvin r + > ;-men as il.Niing'aUhed! toi taleaN ails :>'v the Fm;>T.,r 2jvt UVMVrfi rb cto rE .\ POSFPONKlTrn

there are twu ch iniiels of entrance; and a st ahI request 3nl estwm to ihe fneods ijr who.ou :'. :ir'ue! : ns tl.ev were tor indrnj ;aua-ta ,.Jo-.eti'e PJurj..- p.: ;vur; < oftj o ru' ran: =s' rj 7 p-.,-> ,- ., 0.h'a''Ci 1'T

the fog was very smr.k the English fleet com art. inl t.f wl.! >>e fa.iie bus with: ::irea :n4 iuiivnis > )i T! : :' r:. *- :.,- conr.utj Srruvih the t : r :..i'r tt\Mrt FA'c j a-nr x tSt611t 9"

, ia at one as tl e tralkJ out at th-i other; but Your fellow? citizen.VM. i lo ali: the mini,:? We:, ti:- r.ca cJloriji ;.: o: i- >! \vl..v.ri t.a'.eTre ...-n T/>- n -V --.-; J* v. ,T .

t tt \ P. DUVAL.Capr. ut i their glt>ry.If fnnbur'_ lit:. o d crj. ;h* t \! : T j tc t,
they oin frani t th-j mUtifcc iati cane ou SAMCELT. KF.ALL Gn Pticn SWLSTNYiLLiM ,
n we lo-xik ab-oa.i i :- Tenne v on tie vas accv i.1- r'roni B nl iHi j lS!l h. rtiresrre MAY r\r ;\ \ n .s 2Le
ain before could
kind of
a iv gt-t.any a stai t PtKjtT IrsQ. JAMES .. LACGHrr.R
h:1r v'I and Arkan.iv 0:1 the o::hryt behold li.erknovlcd : rrU-i war :n >p.n a> :virkc.l bv ta. n M t 412ht
dad give ch.ic. Th.! yv re five sail; lvacventy \ n JR. THOMAS AITE. ESQ. D KIEL EJoti ,i1 ,, the -
+ t'r Rt vi ci"
: nr thvlue: of ti.v.r >uesirinin.ly ; t L 1 dtuunjiu" ir>. ADJIIM5 THAT.JR .< JSoTlCta t
:8' s four-, one raze, -xn J !*o fifty cufrigates. n I} t>?q. and E. HOWELL, E<.i. and Pu e, wa.i were fell iv . or ,-. t' -L'ETr3c ofnoc cjirLce >;i ic esu.ixs

'! i Wo cud an stand all that"; tH"amed ConniicAt < lt'111! lnj.tcd ASe'i: nid Davles>; iniuiiu t : i v't IJ lire t *v-x. Sec. %':trr U Lt.LY, r ;, GIv lntinal

i < tovo miay gun* for u* and we crowd t! e time appointed, the company, to ti Jened tti i; the/ start: > >->J, andei c .:-aue : ) tltri ih: .\. tntricors uitla

al i sail to Cv-i ,i;' i".-. umber of alvnit ti;Sty grntkmen. n.ei. Thitertainmciil ickr.ci.,:>- ire iuj-t uUtingji_ !lcd saee :\.u-.cr u rd. l
\\-a-s sumptu >a<, and s'n't'I 1 up i I J't-'EP- n.VRLEV. I.Un'nrfJanrPI. !
We 4". if could lice l our la::,? uirCr in AbU vl.:? D: soon ;34 taut oiir prize:* o ,
Cipr. Chadtnan'i usual} c\>.11 stteAfter th t + > F t'. HA::LEY. i as! .-!1c),1ce'tTT !:
with l.irjn l th- ud Mr.recent! 1 tr.ijht name one .itiached:: to Ins . us we c.' English sq cloth was rem+n'ttl, (C. AT W.ckhtle. F. "I. actij: !
ton hall dor.n is tao hours. b-i there was th c a, President, assisted '{>: Gen. J. imjo; )n a.. t'Lart by trJucii.fii and l. tj rt >.d-ico, vvhoMissrc ;r 2 p'.l.ier.sa! : .! have never kiK rr i i -IrSTm-
s ; [C.J.l.le.ral aliiir.ment: a-.d -.-rl stirntit;r' tier a alt,u1_..t a we !:ave es vfieiice.l i= \\\tn\ COLLECTOR'S SALE.X .
pinch both sailer; ti tee President,) the tluow.iig general tats .Ter t C
they were
! ; heavy ? espechlly rank et.1.txr. !ha< ion, at-:,;le.i him ilif? nt >:aiioiit : f'131"2 o ;th Car : () uo ii :si.T :"J-.s- y -x'. I it "n tri
y the Levan an.l siatcii for ol I Ir.-rj-iJe : *
no the ',l.vcitt-s l urd
ng oruto-s : IC: aak'n.elemc.i -nil if i
I :ra ar. n >: ti i )n the u-> >.'.- at '{J'r\
tor the Eu ji-ih rice either so i\c iuti to shnr 1. Our Co;: ilry.-Expaasivt. bcautilui.! teiicand e 1 c-v j'.i n irr.e oi.erute>;:j--j ai.j j-ir- ; .- :,- of rah- ::t.1is t'It.b..aJn'n1lcf Ci:: -' Tc .ziii ic. Li-oo ov.. 3 Sv I

ten sail to au ptv thca to keep in cooipanv., ; irt-e.t May stie r .ivivs coii'aue to ltvha t ht> tint oar v1. re ni.y pruuJiv cu.u-lij; ttwus. rl's. 1't l'aZrit 1,; 7 6tl:1;.

' end going so J.>h>my Bull gnined stn u<' Via' alway-t! has l>cei;-the }ht>nx? of tilt' brave Uatl ia:1J ,*!c.i ure auv ;.rjtf: tut vou t han oiS.er tan a:.tl yri I a'.1 scut-il.'lI : vv !
ani rtfujre for the of ali naiinj_ y'tl t : 1a.1 t tat JC L 1.
l 5fow t a oppressed; trail: c,, t'it'gua; tau.e t ) :is y lUi 'cal.i.lrJ 1)rtinKe }iii111 J-dam .fall
tha Cjtn-.i iji ro >h r.aeJ them a Vankci e '2 tr' .1 t'EI I )11 :: u'tilt t yecu
Oar home and
J 'w.i1-Nils
Countrymen ti/ ttab'e. iirUl., i :rr'1: : ouLe v, utr1 5'e t13J'r.avit ur-; ,.: A-..:.. In '
i trick. He t-rtia n-i thi- Cysuo and Levant t- : ni. 5np t. .i
: enterprising!, cojrareou<. anJ lnteigen!: :
ttC tt In;: '. ai 1.1.t .. !1.+ .1. r.r \ > .
l Jrit : ? -
carry on ci 04 \ :i.nth.'v h-d to !how ar.i o ctnunue in the enjoyment vi'the inc tir.'aLa irorJ! ,
: tnc great then c-.vH.vi iiiL'e }
< rjr \ lt1sl', I Uv ?, been r tiRl' {b/t wnerj
p then he cnuly+ 4tvp- l .i>tc.n of them sue lraa *\vLch have Usa bequeathed to u> b-: i:1+revc \v: dciy U.eir.! tuverv>.'k ..j.f.rjef t:..et s :rr *

: backed his u ;iit.\ .: j nuke the Er.shshmen I or own ancestorve must iK--er f-iriret our rirv ,tatt's'lelr.- aad variy, she! has-ivea t :i t :.) >- lh-re t:. rk- ...tt r -; :a .:- ..L-1 V1'*.-_ o*

' think ho ; ::att'? -i i t.) n;I h: the t' h')1!L 'doh'-tU Jove one another. ua:: ,:. ,'trri: : ell n,2aC: tY9r.'z. tr.ca: a e.at..l Cl4TOf? GIL Ol".v/-/r ir.

!I bunch of then hat they would shorter 3. OttrFrte Ilsttutloits-Letilvtl .- t'r : thjie t : : Ir. P.-e ::Jea: anl ccctit-TA.c. IJ'ift-! .o.vn :- Cftlt>; tu .ercsn rtcr.. wi.trvtr way be t.e.t.C:

sail and the C'\r.n.' .rJ Lexnr; could get awai ta best mean of pre>ervrjg them in thvir"puriv, tt'Cil oa.Jed-t.it: Ath.-L-softljtf Wrt/' and if lcara- : .,.jcc .f i i:.; sub-eqviriit
! and then he ueuld 1, sin and wall l lzizbt is to ti>ie rate ditTerx-nces of opinion frceu, and t.mbjt r. jeuus ana vsfitcar. iedrr i.tr wont;', ol 11.i laJ ;:..rtyn,1v..-- of c athtieJ wec'iVeath Bji3i,""
rwe up : '
.ir them with the dignity and Freern
sjir. :::1. :. .iuctiiiu. ,...C u.3y no: only jusjv: Incshn r: 1n sanieari- .tltrl! 'aty= i.i3 etidJprt
away frcni the-; for hs knew that non : -wilh reasuu only.i !,) n, Out v\-u manual jJut chua'bv Jur :'juV dailvarirng + Kf>rf; Vcr "nravorab-'e six ki"s >rorsr Lv xsr Dr >> j.-t--'
cf their recta,; sail with the The .iuifrttan .j' tlc > we
: ships begin to icpif-May prove t.initious t'. :; wllllttt'h iiirhtscol'vctitiii from everviaa3sje
J th.lt : :
: s:: tt:!?At1' :3 la: Ct ,1ct
Constitution. as that they are capable of"gtL'rrlllD+ 'J ncd science tti! uaius in 1
i every one ;rejtovnofknowedire v ery uc-tructr.-e rv.cs !a .-..C': paris lit :ht ,.,,- r
'That wapr a My saucy tnck, Tni thinking' Ibetust'lves. .: risin_ trom our noble: tniIiIUlA:1S S tate. l ?n Tie w'e- a;:urred ikit ihepo. 1is,

one frigate heave Too, fjr two screnty-fours, 6. Tilt Cor.titnli of tttf United \rrtrc of ienrDiKu+ >ha-: srnd l it< :iliuiojiuaii to C .); .-Abuiisj. (.iftK-pa aad South; Cani ira I'1_ >V j* ; T i i. 5 .'7c. iT.
!unded eternal
ri and fri on the principles! of justice, and 1 the utiat iiua of tJe! far fur 1t est. Ly.u: b !Bev Li than ii ucVch. >. 32.cii
i a razee tot t :es r s biz as- herself of Lri tkm-i paUJod be tlw hand thai ; > year tams the :bs: : a >x A cx. 1 *-. i

' trhew! But alter all this trick didn't do much y>,)latr it.rt attempts toC. : lu cojicJuiija, I U i, leave to return vo-j tar n ;aoiva ia F.urope, wotid!, in ll.e Pre>cn: ,
! for the followed ccowdin [lianas for your patient atteniua, and o'tfer thi ct1:2 ot trse .<' ;n'v, nr a i.caun' ,! iicre, iKinn-dute- + M I'iiL i.lli.a t FF: ul\t:,' q: ;, ltatft
good; English oa w His rttUtxfy.. lltirunn P. Dnra! -A tentifCat- :: gta.t1 .a p.MrU.l A.t1:
i' fill sail so the Commodore braced up asain, faicnJ to the poor, the companion of the brave a y pr.xlace an advancement its use nr'ee. T"-e

and then hove nut r. signal to the Levant, citizen in 1 vace, and a soiJier} in war. LORZ rujv Bardton.-Tee nursery of gsniu? and lea raj c rop of the List rear bas been enaiard to tvw.inanlM.OOObaJcsIsss > caMAIiTroiarte.s S-rii T Irs.evc'.cr .
in'-Het j citizens, lateatj a*. eaierbrislajr. and !Ii- thanks teJ Os.
? '
which ,. "of the he live to enjoy the unfei 'netl respect, due tor him *+- >. i c.irA. iss-; &: >. foil
was falling t.rrn Cyanc cvcrvmionte by the citizens of BarJstowa and Nelson Gun bt'ral=They have given an esarap.e of !'vie Jshiover ana it to this we add a solar: crv r p t e j\re nt vt.r : wu j v H. S. PEHSIN5v
to tack shi.i n-jl 'stand back for the party feeling: -whorthv of the ctiar-- ti:: price must certain.y rise." 4. tn, owl tlx:

Porto Prayn to take slic'rl-r under the Spanish racier tot Kentuckv. ICXTSVILLE. 5k-p 9.-The Celts 11egret
i In reply to this sentiment, Gov. Djval spoke i inHtaarc cr> e
neutrality, wSisJo: no irk! the Cyane kept as lolkitvs! : 1 The HonoraMt, Johr Ro ran'-TheviJow's r to lea:a that the crops; m :LU and the a 4-i" LVMi FOR ALE. ardFitk fl

on. She tacked! arcordinjly, and the End- I v and te )rpaa"s guiJe.I cent counties, which a short tin: ;ince Here ratasiJert'J ai::E. t: CS. t.k ,ttttfnmCL
Vr Pretttknt and CtatloxtriI ; n.d +
rapt sincerelvI. I R-J ,._, LL+a- .i .:'a :i
iish admiral dt-MrhaJ to frigates
castle and Aelsta, furty hours,) to hire her itaenJ< and fellow citizens so kindly manifested!, '' The ir ve i'JUS; trom 1le worm hispid thit tbe n'\itY 1tp;a t' : 3 tar J ::gent r.r
chase while he and the of the 0(1 ray rxturn to Bardstown. Cdlaft of Si. Joseph. ;inter will not make one tai,: anti ia some pare; Iicrl:.r, 3'ti it:tt : urc-a.a s= tKt ..r' I ,
rest squadron
Amidst + >. The Lidw of fiarddcifn aid its rUinityf nJt one third of a crop.Idfalon.N. ; ur'z 4n'I
the end strife of '
t bore down upon us. partvoughout greatest treasure we iuve-ti'v merit our T v C.) Stn. 17.-\\*e Mare Dtva
/ -t n-
Now Commodore Stewart knew well i / ; our arontn when hh minde and ; J7titUJC and NICt:1n. torr 'd by seL etai terries 0our* t'sntrL'. uhat t.i. tZ etK.r l d
patnoti- with honest zeal and ardent ow
ir enough, that if the Newcastle and Arasta kept taken men sides oa the questions aflectini feeling'pare 1 3y the Pretidsnt.-Our wa.-ther Htut sad fec.tizen !- ins u the bte gale, heavy rains, and ?the rust, ih FEIGdT
great ; low : S. B. Cnapmaa Oaf thaaks due Cotton which has r:
after the Levant ihcy wouiil certainly catch are Lrop, hitherto born
oa verv '
tle interests of dlr and Ito' pr.! '
commumty as, many t.a,! ,tt t l ,.
for his
t0 :
1 filet, so ho sh.,rt Mi-J l sail again backed bisznaintopsail }tree, tlie r eatial ptincip'rs? of our great sodaand f inste aaJ geaeruus provUjoa on the ra'sinR, B considerably injured, and some r! :acM t bl
sent occasion. eons not more dawn r. ia
nti'I (iro.l) a gnu n the winward, I political! } compact, I esteem it a s? rnal honor hall"a crap wiulwanher rail _. .1
The t 314
thus to he received frtlo3c cilitens of O- The Governor reiirvd at nn early haul 5idl continues rauiv and ywtrin, L t- n
hoping that tu! English admiral would then by my al! -
He with indicata
was followed! in a slnirt time bv the oarv,- ar other storm.
recall his fixatetu take the Constitution, lparties-a wixm I ass the xiiled theatre: from ally youth early to hC-t'itl and to h all lelignted with the conipanv of lieir guestanJ* 'I"1e Moaigumenr (AU.) JOTTO. of he _:tutsays h ter '-iau: c:" J KIX t:. SKITH, ale 'f so S05CR15LLL :! coco M
and so the Levant would bat there hewas age, well* :- The JACKSON
escape; trht>+? appn vinw voice arttl friendiliip,! must as- wpieascd l wiuh the good cheer! uf a: niiae acount; tc.th vie .ti.oyr r {eta -
mistaken. The ad-niral knew that his citx the attention and confidence conierred I !,t st" yeti ,m di*erent parts ol our State, concur 1satlag .

actenly-fours and razoe were enough to take me by the government. upu i ,- tne crop as much ;v abundant, than Lea NOT 1C Khe
' Judge Rowan Judge A. H. ChureJiU John ::pated a sort uiae since.SHORTTA1LM .
us; so he let the Act t3 and Newcastle go onuhllft I La ere i,,
It I is indeed refreshing as it is novel in
these 4
be crowiict! When Commodore Cahot V,E' CaJl Jol n P, Dtlral 1, Sansl. BealI .' *-'k: istY CS 1. '"x
ou us. times of excitement to behold dsr
high party political h
B. 1L Daval Toe i
E-t1. Esq., and Dr. \Y. D. Pricei.'lcitl a> ;. Fritr Kniekenbarff.a
Stewart **w that the trick had failed, he bore opponents mingHncr together in ?endings of kind J e1 is U.irs
rere i ucsLs. a Dutc'lman troy Sclahaci, tt tea .c ,
signal to the Cyanc to shift for herself, andthen tte > ; throwing atde the very pride of opinion passing akrn Broadway, hehe, J ura ctnain time, t1tLYt5: 1At Rift on tisc'Ji JIT rf lka.ctr>. VU

bracing again he made all sail, and ia an and uniting in spirit and heart, in a generous of- t t o! the sixty-three John Smit nn la the Iv door si.st da t it trrt t d Jttf af'tr3t, a,, to i 'rrrs +
feting of friendship, to fate norw a ertdiredud Rcrarrrs tt tlitiJ: a .uL.a :Y==
S Ctricg.-Arco
hoar the English hauled off finding they could I or THE ASISU N Jo; with a von short tail, 11'bercu k'ti r
f and for thirteen ] Lrr tai: r!rsrss to:3 Paz-s.
from :
not catch us years separaied vou- dim to a recent statement ia a Madrid paper, I stepped up to te dolor, aad aoPiyao; a hie hand
returnin al lad, not surrounded unthltjesplendorreahh spectia.r the number and revenues of doe Spander3y W the knocker a 'nr tR rl A ,
When we came into New York, ia April I of acquired by unfeeling repaciiv in a dis- ii appears list the number of uiagsrupjriated 1 came to the d\Mand f ve thundering the Dutciunar.rap, Aservant *** r
tbo Cyane was at anchor off the Battery, butthe tan province; not announced by the clam,Nu3 to reU ous purposes throughout Be deb de house voa Mishwr asked Sc.hnlJLl him *!, S -iSO.Y. ARNatr

4 Lerant took refuge in Porto Playa, and I trumpet of,Cirue to !&resall pubi estimatkw aSCCare ad Spann >o 25.549" ; that of the derg-t is 139, 32;; t Y es, Sir"

tie Eng&h broke the Spanish neutrality, as the goldeu opiuioas of men, but one who and th-t of die friars and nuns, 96,37$. The eakmouttt Un he tohMne ?" l '

TOek&ew they would, and managed, with two f taaesfi3h noiseless and poor, indeed, in all that se4ordidness tilti of the ecclesiastical revenues is cal Ye1ir, he's at dinturr piease to walk in." X111 .. to
would prize, vet I novas, rich i in ctllateJ to be 50t100o01dol1ar.; and ot* this sum "I can t walk ::i1C ,rts t"-r i lta a: .' r.x: .
take of shtay to in I
fifty-gun frigates, to a sloop war, wants to see aI s
and faithful
COC3Ci0113 Integrity the discharge of the fart consumed bv them,is shown to exceed Schmidt
Err ifhell
, t of tveoty-iwo gun*, ith thirty mea to man the trusts confided to him-nch in the invaluablecbles the Rbo'e' .rc'cenfle the State just come to le &** a nu'aute Ctil :'r Leuers of A balarf< y*s to JfSj i
., I : pn oa frbjch tteptnd tie petty cia q ae S30001 servant went in? but presently..returnedaot ie sue WUUssa Marr. WILLIAM O.&****.
I and bi Qa&; h j doae diaoer, fcfclca Cjoaty Sj 2.S3L l-W *


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,: Ff! gci.A a ''ge L.l 1 d'ood. f aEUt en\J- tl4e iu! 1t Dow ihen* au jlusert -OAebt\Le P.o1c u.. -J--_- ---- ::_ -_ -____I. _
LORIJIAN : !jjowever,.oforcc' ,aad tietayoiet,, may.exist ., Def@ grat BnQ U\ 'vbat.DaS4 uc n hcg" ", I toaVflie r".sTe '-' '. III #,' -- .
in the hands, of. sums modern Cr, but then itwill oa t. oWe'lCtiaS ( s'T t ctiab1 giiit 1 South Carolina:into the-8ttit (': nnB&.boft Br $"II.-."Wbt0fli'thU

A1UAgmaJIi be in vain, to
A the patriotism'of ;confuted and'eo o&fcuea mul- a Federal system often 'generate, 'the States .are appeals from'other &rnr ea. .If the j> JWOfT MYRICK, ifopr r..G

gj5Ay6CTOBER18. titude, to rally around the liberties of our happy Fjcogriisftl as equal parties in the great 'political l copartnership. i Carolina had been insensible to their A t\'aclit ot"'I8th October, 1834. I0-3nt' '_. .

.-The little sovereignties Delawaje endured wrongs, one half of what iNQTICF.subscriier
the die
country- will be ,
,nntt Bi tr.-A letter from an iutelli- chain all all east--lhq are in and Rhode Island being as powerful in convention as Smith alone.had .said, was enough HE -wiahe to )cue. the HOCJB and .

.t s stP.tes, that a Safe and convenient I *- will soon be linked by the edictsof the large sovereignties of New York and Ohio-In them into open rebellion, They did .1. PtAK TATIOX' rhere he bow Bte known by the" "

rntIemn discover at the mouUrof this : some American K 1Ig. Men who claim to be the latter case, the representatives of the States are pursued the'course wiuch they deemed ; name of I>ke Laura for a term of one or more y
r bas bef'o fourteen feet State Rights' men, but deny a remedy, are lone I but the administrators of the powers"which have 'which tf which with the plantation attached to it, containing forty of*
of twelve or removed the evil
ad/niuing vessels and Contotidotionut in Those been granted and fifty acres of ckard land, under a good ftaceAltt),_,
/ disguise. who ; consequently, liable to
having a misapprebension I and which, as they asserteJj will lease acrt inabtut
harbour is represented if required, .he fifty or sixty
; The communicates with the ri- from their infancy, have basked in the sundiine of of their extent-That Congress, or the 'Why then get into a wordy war on the one-haM mile of the house, a part of which is goovT '

,if entrance, and which is Qf sft Federal favour, and reared up splendid estates common agent of the States may transcend the pow1 1 territory ?-Let ir One of the People bommoek land and under a good fence. The h3s me ,

1ough, the Eastern channel, from the "public chest, may denounce me as ers delegated, Marion has shewn from One of the 1 made the attack-Marion will not is situated immediately at the cross roads from Tallahasssee -
opposed -
sleani-lxiats of'any burthen.tSinformation .- I People's" own admission is to St. Augustine, and from Manticello to S
for trucofwlu.ch there to the Union, as guilty ofa heresy," when possible. As to the assertions in regard to Mr. Magnolia and St. Marks. There is 'a comfaitabjDwelLing .

. ii prove incalculable benefit to their own doctrine at once destroys it. I contended What is to be done in that easel-Let "One of I the unnecessary obtrusion of his House'with a ood brick chimney,with two
de doubt, it will be of for the Union in soldier the People" explain, if he would avoid the'imputa- ]people of Florida.' Marion will leave fir places and out bondings, Apost' Office is k jI\ t
boyhood as a
jkuictof country, containing as it Oocs, an my against tion of a bias towards consolidation, which he complains 'People": in the hands of the individual there, a 7 d two nails stops at the place It b a most
lands admirably adapt- a foreign enemy, I now contend for it in manhoodas that Marion house of entcriainmeHiL
rquanthy offertile has unjustly cast upon him-I assailed by a repetition of the excelcnt Ita.'d as a
and The Me- a citizen against one at home.-A Billings The government acting under 'the JOHN BLOCKEIt
culture of cotton sugar. compact, was regard to his course in 1816, which .
ID the I gate" may denounce. but the duty of is not made the exe-lusive and final Lake Laura, Oct. J8th 10-6w 5
a patriot
on this rivei>are ut."glOrlOg.to. () al* judge of the ex- (quently refuted. "But let Mr.
, aSpr1n5 1 attention. The cures which havefleeted to explain-A knave, too, may go buttoned up to tent of the powers delegated to tself; since that ]himself; though in the opinion of LLOj For Charleston

j cx publiC the use of these wateis cases of the chin, but an hOliest man will ever go open would have made its discretion, and not the ConJ J pl*," he be neither a consistent ,.rsLI THE Brig SOlTSRSET Capt, '... (
bv 11
,. rhumalism and other chronic dis breasted. stitution the measure of its powers." Marion believes ilebator, or a patriot ; he is fully is, will sail with despa'ch, having part of

rDfrl ideViIitv, belief if but wit- But, Sir, "nullification is a great heresy"Suppose .- that no party admits that common) agent to himself from tie calumnies and her cargo engaged. TheJSC disposed to
trould slipper the any eye be the exclusive and final judge of the extent of the which from the littleness of he ship. will please forward immediately. '. j
Mr. Editor envy
a should be you or the gentleman fromwltO
Springs more W. C. MILLEtt.f
Those trusts with which it is cloathed Who then is the 1 been hitherto exposed but to which
I sCS. ofbeficial e pen you so kindly quote the word was to N. D.-Liberal advances made on Cotton
physician by Riving a statement 1-The .
judge Supreme Court the of r the le"
of that would
and a creature Pot make him a \; Marks Oct. 18th lOLl --I ..'
I justify the Protective Tariff .Thc petl.-St.
cffect as fir .is experience warrants, system very agent 1 as the Federal party iiS-iert-Or a convention I territory. 0

confer a favor on thousands, who are lin- Procla71latioll"The Force Bill," and ihe Executive I of the States, the parties to the compact '1 V ,__ NOTICE. .5 ,

fld, oninhoprlr( *" rtiscrcpitudeand who might powers exercised in the Deposit question : If the Supreme Court, however, be the judge ac' TO all persons concerned, hat I hare this day ap 1\ :
PROSPECT DCEL.The the of the firm
/ or A at store of Cott & Bowr-
of health h.a few Could not you be denounced in like manner as a cording: to the Federal doctrine issue must' j
Wrings an be
hc IP order have settlement with
r iestorell to 1 rena of"Fry day says- sen, to a them, holding :
S It jTresiJence at the ihi.e} Fountains of Youth, milliner( a "heresy" of the Jackson school? To nullify made before a decision could be had, and if is the We mentioned in our fast that notes of the said firm of Cott & Bovrroscrr for nearly !

called in the) figurative language of Slate sovereignty and the powers Congress, aggrieved party alone, though he Le but an individual I Archer, of the House of the Amount of my notes which they hold drawn by "
o 13the5 were is who can make the issue and for the I ? I myself, payable the said firm of Cott & Bowroscn, Sin
are the fountains, which more cernly mpch worse than State interposition time being rnape an assault, on Frvday, with I of their .
n itivesThese at least, justly refuse to obey what h* helices the} senior editor of consequence not wishing to come to a acltfement
( ihe \
crnumes ag., were the object of the agaiiUj,. Federal I encroachments. Let gentlemen an unconstitutional Enquirer. by giving up their notes and taking mine up.I .

.n twn search of the expedition under quit their bush-fishing in politicks, and come out exercise of powt'r-Is that individual I learnt that a short time after\vards fqrcwarn all persons from trafficking or.trading for

111, fruitless; for that time in or out of the Union Ritchie attacked Mr Archer awl a any of my obligations in favor of said firm of Cott S
boldly into the field of discussion these
dinlnJ J'( Soto Either through superstition open upon On the other side, therefore, if a convention orthe I urdYc feel authorized, from I & iJtnvrosm, as I shall not pay them, unless I am

r aou from white nvn, and until their like'ihejtonsbubbles, whilst the more weighty will larties: to the compact, as each would be willing I Archer and 'ounIrt Ritc hi,' I I WM. B. HOOKER.

Q Jiseiventhe only knowledge of them thai assume their proper spi.eres.I rcler questions of doubt as io powers granted ; the I respective friands pasetl through I r Black Creek 13th Sep. 1S34. lOlf. :

t Tflt t il rivfl from the f.fabulous and rnnv.itrls I In giving my political views as contained in my Stale which conceives the ag gre>sion must make th? on their wavte> the District; fur Watches Jewelry] &c. :
l \va nettling their differences dnt-l. ,
tistfL the I S'raniarJ'i'; in tttcLONDON address, I endeavoured, at )least, to meet these issue before the case could be fairly referred to the hy a I I i
1. current aiming! we Invehearel: we have not the li I sii"cricrhasjustrc. ScS f.
L'I'k subjects inn spirit of candour and fairness, and sister members to the compact. On which side of Ttt- an additional .
nerommodalion sup
:nn t e>f the matter t as t ,
Iffllt1! ( 'l1tur0":20 not by denunciations nor by these positions doc ; One of the Peoj.lo" take pyofVATchIEsJEwtLaySxL! : ,
or shuttling, clouding I lie District arc too ;ponte to -' ;I 4- ,
.sincerity with phrases of diplnmac.in; short, giounel7-or elocs lie go between and reu-.ain: sispfml ,on a nx0iing lunvever much to be i '' i' S S TER Srooss&c. which he cffern .

I ArcrsT 22, 1831.WHrX el I on that pivot of non-cummitial, which enables avitJ1.t..! I'I' for sale on his customary reasonable
I tlJt'ytrl" my jMilitical opinions, ta they hereby t I ttrms.
Drt1l') Slr-T I: 1\' 1111' a'j i.t here Glr \"rel or nullification of any school. I ntn not nfVnid of I him to open a I!llter)' against all r05 ions. and 7.o. '/'C P/oiarlf'l"n, U. S. C.: :=. cf I IIJllrll''c.cllled.I'xtrar.t ,I 5 FREDERICK: TOWLE.

I. !11:1\0': :varied my 'll" of every U-i- fvcry-prin-iple, while he leaves exposed no point on I II of :: Oct: 4tJl, 1834. ((8tf)
| na of will I hold them a S
names or ghnds" nor as -
up I I I
which lie himself l-e
might vulnerable 1 Marion 1.I IKhevcs -- ;i
1 I" nriye rIlitl1j; : tll tta Iaistadrel' 4< I rditor .hlt'.1| |Washington: Se I'pt. 27 NOTICE S .
scal'cuOlf."S" Of
m"nJl'n intimidate deceive.
to or
'Cfr ihe latter bo
: to t.e assumed the"snte
9! Irh'rI11.1I1I11)1I! ::: ) ( fl rid Liverpool), nndr.HiNH flatle-r position by Arc'tevii.:.! the son of f Mr. Ritchie, I hereby given, that an Election for a Member erf Jj
: { in Escnmbia Sir I do I i iI IS
3 : Miocoss! county, not : of South Carolina. and which is in prcordancewuh mond f
Milks.A fjiqnircr, camo e>n tll thieily l the Legislative Council of the Territory of Flori- i
( t:) rioriito; eSUTnliy.llrxcofSt.. ; iny) ( 1f, nor upon tin other hand, have I any ren- I I the principles recognised by the State Rigl i lt i''l &inr('.tn fi-jfit! a diielas they could n d.i, for the County of Leon, to fiill thef vacancy occa-% t

; ;.;;rir.a.! and i Pt'I trIl1.I.: "\ 'ts will j j.p im- sons tf) bi-ievo: that the gooid citizens there will don party. Though forced into a controversy about S. I II ginia, -.v'clioui incurriiiir certain/ \ Mimed by the decease: of Nathan Byrd, Esq. will LB

incJutclv tll' "t'llt (nit with in t'tll rti-n' to re-port Carolina which One of the i edition-; wliie'.li desired ; held on Sauirday the twenty-fifth day.of October in-. ;.
: (> injustice. like intelligent, and independent JH'Oplf I People" now says he they to
j',, ,r'9!) ur Wir,*:. :an s wipI'M;) l with! ample filtH!:; ; ; of other counties-I presume, they will judge I did I no wish, Marion never offered to sustain that I II nectcd :at once, that a deadly rtsult : I aJant the s>uperinlcnd, at the following.-c of plac.cs.i.n the following said Inspectors County, under, viz i r I.tJ.

t n'lvaiir: < nn cotton. I lie-lievo tlvit) I it I State in any attitude which One of ihe People") I ble; ht:t I understand since that .
m31.1' and (for( themselves. TALLAHASSEE.
1 ft. : :ut I. AT THE CITY OF -Inspector*, .
Milk ''H' '.'.'vr.ned 'hit lh'i phntev* in Floidin The however that have I might assume for her. Marion is wye that too I licen! refe-red( toCe l. 'I'oivson and Richard Sheffcr, KidjJar M. Moore, and !.& :, Jr.
iitflnoirc acquired
!. U.tl1hrir cotton1:, l hy tile prciv j you may I many of the community have bern honestly mislead son, nnd that tlf'Ian., reported 2. AT ST. MARKS.-Inspectors, John B. Peachy, RI: _
23 c :I ;
'e. ;" ns "rt public man in a small wover in uliieb I the whole I l :
I by yielding more to the misrepresentations others Compromise, : \Vm. .nrig and Amos M Alexander. ':0-
trade 1 in
,iv: 1.:1"1'; .; .ral; I :tt'd circuitous- sMmu'\ i; thtfii, I do not deny, bill cheerfully accord, you I! than by relying' on their own reading of the manifestos -, ;iusted. Rumors are various to 3. AT MAGNOLIA.Inspecctors, Benjamin Byrd, j

liimmt'>"Uls. in-iVii'tTS; :: ;peculation: 1 *!, ind t dt 1 1 liv: :;. v.iil riuhtlully cnj'iy it-they will appreciate it- I issued that State.! far [.which! the alTuir lias bf>eu termlratnl Henry Tl.n.npson, and Ruddin Puramorcf i
by Thoug
S. .Smith & C. will: prulnlily re is very be: of the atliiir; t.1 pirty 4. AT PARISH'S STORE.-Inspectors, illisBurney
Tiir ii-1,1'{ of r.V.. l > I lie ;t t euie : t ,
n J I If it h exerted agninst me, bccnu 1 am a nullificr I from One of the of such d
If w'c.d. In Sl.ibr1:111.1 P.?,, j I suspecting People" a other. It i is r.uopn3ctlthat the : f i Joseph Joir.cr, and GuilforJ Bincey. '
1m '
I ahI: ;1 .J : 10 tcinjiction things from I lie but think that he has man I 5. At JNO. BLOCK En's. Tom Petct
** 1 \ ficcwdius; of or more sign, cannot honestly ( liccominunicaied to the w,rlil. --Insjicctors,.
;WI :,'1'111.; ., 1.1t t.l'\: 1 IOI; c.t .'J 1"- I I : Jolm mocker Solomon '
3roh\1 t 'litiircs Walker.S .
, :
much ,
I ji..tent ctHi"e.s-be it so The difficulty will he fcsted.: : in language too biitornesof I ,
1''.1' Vr.ir.: 4 :- ::1':1'1Um.H 1 C anaug:'uiciits lotidv } with r.se (to o.milder which way its exercise ill! heI I I feeling against both the state of South Caroina: and |I II S -- -TO- (! C. AT \V.llain.untI W. Charles'Inspectors N. Pruden., Edwin Hart,

<: 'I V 1j'abrhi.I.! .. I her cherished talented than I II : Bi-npinin ,
: is consistent
-' ;, I of the nio.;t l IkMicfit.I statesmen TIIF. Schooner PA< I 7. AT J..o. Hois'.-Inspectors, Jno.'Eavis[ lieu

I :a.; fini': .miiij: : :i1si u 1o form c'snpnics. : inicSu'i. : J I run very rcJ-pect fully! your ob't serv't. I with candor fair argument-.South Carolina: was I II .) master, as a rejrul.ir P bt-ii Manning, and Jno. ,'.. 8hcehce.i S

I I I t' '.'. .;, -' nn.l _IT: 'V 111 In.tllr: ( lh 1 I I not alone m her conception of the grievance which 1'I St. Marks and New i S. AT llANniEt's; OLD PLACE.-Inspectors, J. \V.B.uiHerman f

[P 1; WM. \\.YrII1. I she I'omp'aincd. The whole South were with heron Joseph Moore, and N. Roberts.
1 I'lorMn 1 nnd 1
atr:: : n\\t' !!!" \ IIi" .m i.| Olive) iiiio 2-2d. Fot feilt or pam':" :
Tallahassee 15th Oct. 153 1.I I the f-he in-advance of thc.n in i I 9. AT I :sDtlC 'Inspectors, James Siewart
of ;Ik.! I S:111 subject, was only tain on U.irdat St. Marks III'I I IS tf> .
Ur 'rtI\'ll, ; :; in..ir.H'M: re > rc- I ;I Noah McElvy, kld rt'n W Iii.
I the rc-mrjy winch she honf.ilyr believed] ccntitutional I lIl;
. urn 10 I1", ;'< 1\\: thc: > yud 't' nnt'lo It.ilyk ? J I 10.< XiI.ow's-lnspectors, Elisha Winslow,
.. I and was nut only willing, but in-ist auximi- I II I October 19lh, I 83 1. !!! : : I Altaii A. F.iirrloih anJ Josiah Pindarvis.
tlll1:1! \1',' ';."'- :.n.t 1t1 ,t'r Hhjc; 1 LIt ;!Iip' 1 FOIl THE FI.ORiniAK. I ILif '-' -.. -- SI
I [ Congress continued to refuseredre.v-] to refer tl.esubje't LIE Meilical l" : J II. AT N. \\'. '.VALUER'S, S'.tll.Po.nl-Inspectors
l lic t'
j >
:k 1 II": ,: 1 1'.1111; {ell.t: L'ilor:1! Uti" )[.Ir.1I ): lit ion intended no dLresprcl to One of the I of her sister Stales and rB pru-iicr.shiv| ;> Virail H. VivianEd\\'d. Walker J.Stevens Seiuv.
to a rjnu-ntion by a. tweru the .iiiJe'--iirru-it, \va: < t f fI
11! --. ,..( "" v.uiiv; j Hf Vine', :in. :i liutnhor: of I PtMjile":') i.ot noticing earlier his cnInLtnicati.'nS I the decision of whii-li, cons.i utiona'ly,, cspre,>ed, she il cinsunt on the firl of Octet! J lu.5 } ftiven under my hand this 9th Ort. A. D. 1834. S

111",! m -'i'ill; v :..r: in't.lu :( :York to: late \vi! J: 'jiad<- its appearance in the Flmidinn ot the I wou'.d ha\ e abided. If she strengthened her arm.iI I .. :} | ". L. A. THOMPSON"
S 'JlM! ,1' Juno. He asurcOn( of the} Pcop'e' henever I I in;f. \\' \ ( : : : (t9-3vy= ) of the County Court LV
inter. she did One of the Ja-lgc County.
; b> ."' ; : :tib. JK.t'.vi'i 1 IK -of-tit this nient [for not as People osens, 1 __ -

, 1 'L: iii' ,i' ivl1; IIC i;" 4iilicutv; : i hi obtuMin: met With the article until the last evening; and I I"' Jtny (roup,"] sh" followed thin'.example of her siIcr i"-I j I In the Couulij Curl of Ian j 5- U..IO.r'( n/1. '. OF FLOIlDI.I *
i c {ccrtalr.lr would no: intentionally neglect a docu-
; of when :in 179 she i-Sued '
'r.r t 1 BUIIt": I 11.1 l hocn Mate Virginia : ''.OWAr.D I.OOCKEIIMAV,
A t. i hit:s l!ii t.'fl I atJ- 1 ; 7BlIlE number of Shares required by the Charlerof
J I.CiitVhIC1I contain'- dir-'c4 an acknowledgement i of the II like the Ancient .\s I!'
:; \\ri7.\"J. t I.4fud klUl': ,'oi.tt: >J it. I o:111} 0'(1 j manifesto pubian party, vs. Jo. the Uuit n Bank <>f Flor'n' luivins: been snli-
, !! of the principle, for \vhich Mun.m was contendmp. I Dominion, without bidding defiance" to any power f.'DW.\D BAUXWF.I.L, j S ST | : .-r.rihed-Xo'rJj! : unur.nT GITEX, That the Bock

t' : t'Vo1!: M- :, : riur.-nc; an.1 lel'.irn by Lcghirn I: is tni", -'One vl the P.:opL"s"' reiaaiks are in : }I ic (onlv desired the protection! of what she sincerely! .' iF: dt1enthtnt Rid a'.i: ntliers ..-. l i ofSubotriptiiin in s.tid: Ihnk. are for the'nrcstnt ctose.

t II s j u.:. ( .iul sail iMr: ihe: United St h.; the ; lccrinith the pulitieal prockictiuns of the day, inwhich l believe her own.-Sou'h Carolina made no menaces arc lU'tifitd that an A TT.\(! .l.. : : cnicRur.r.. for Sio-'k, ore notified to perfect their
." ,. fpronutjnce of h. OiHiC of the Plurk .t!f t'iC' euljsrriprions: by fiiln:: their appraismenls, honds
li.. ; ), .-. j : DoII.1 assriti..iisof I think, "I deny, i richts of others she stoo' finn in as"rt- out : ;
the culy
:: !
Ii iiH.'j hid I 1011 thfvire rc-q-iirctl t() apjv" .".1 plead morfyi' an i c-'i tillcat, with the Cashier, on or be-
sult titutd for who the >
.L., I :i Iloi !1'.'- iv'TiAiliy) I are riht c.c nMitutionally "- ill: those she "I.'I.ire,1.he had icsrrwd to herself, I II I tinn <*jformILly'uh ins! nM'EDWARD. .- ,t'p thj iJ \IonJ.iy in Novtmber next, or their sub
1.- tA\' "to think," 01 to deny, or to l 'ci'vhici find if hcr-iiti/rns voiiust-cred and gathered around ( will lie !dreil
:;ii\I"t servant, i I i I scripri: '):ns ron; NT LI. AND VOID. L
.lU.SEi'il M. \rnITE.i \ v.v.the rri.cil': ) point a* i is.
1 likewise tu-h confusion the ,: I ROMEO LEWISCashief.
there : a in : atementsoi'thapuuripkand Government had t concentrated 1"' gular troop i
'L.j \\ii' upon
: I ;: L.(1. NOTICE.I .
Tallahassee! 1Ch! Oct. 1531. I
',. I i : aj']d.ntion: ; that in eondemn- i Irr frontier, and blockaded her ports with a navy l "TFNDmkini: .-TV: ..;. ..'II, t- ,- ---._--[JMwJ_----- f 4

..f;. .1 in; Ihe los ably] !..II..e :ij'phcati! of the j'lincipV, : the gallant nflicrs of wlrch shuddered :at the inappropriate tli .Ttt.l.' of Leon fto-ci y C' : MARStLVl/S SALE. l
ro TU.
: }'Z.OL11I1.N.
I. (in the o-ihiun; of One ol the People") he levels the II service which had been thus Ito cod unon Ail'>.in.strati'; : >unpMn tl e c"' r-' af virtue of an Execution, issued and directed to

, *'. EJ.ior (!/ !: Pen/Stffllll/ Gazelle : l'I death bL\v at the principle: itself. We all acknowledge them. But the odi-us Tariff protection was adjusted I. PI;1'Er. dectased. (1?( :: : fl. nil bv the Clerk ot" the .Superior Court for tha .,$

.-. .I :<-jict :!.a: an-aj'ulu y from you for,. I the individual, or the natural rilL more pro- ]; South: Carolina received the compromise, and T:1! iIa.c!: O.t. >:.',. l-'M,I t., 10 I !; cutiiiry of Leer, ,hstrici of Middle Florida, I shall procceJ tl

U [r r .. :. vl my uidresa "To il.e vbier! oJ pcrlv: to defend rue's own honor ; yet misconceptions I if in the repeal of the protecting acts of '08 and '30.i SALK! POSTP-)- ; :.VMD (! f' .ish to sell, to 'he highcdb fu-st! Saturday bidder; in in front i\ovcmber of the Court next, .
S .. .tvc-ir.ry.tiT.d. that! its admi svioij I uf intended insults may luirry the most chivalrousinto did their t1I1cuhistitut1on, faiHF. s.ilo of !::; i\\i\\ ... . i I Congress not acknowledge House Tallalr.issi', -i very superior patent wrougth.iiron 1i
: S : :" .p \\'; .owkrcd[ a.1 uL:ru jon S cxiemite: <, from which} a due respect 10 public I'I ality. it is difficult (.n the pan of Marion to discover JL of Siunnou Mt l''ALL ha% ii .-11' i /J.-AVA" S.iFE-it is about six feet long, sir :

.T S . :i-.v.t.: :: :. I thank y u. luvrcver, fur, ; sCn' 1H.'lIt :lonc can finally extricate 1.1U. The rightof I the eliffeience' between the results of the interposition the lath day of ;'U'.CIt1 r :. XL WM. feet hijl', and four feet deep, with i double doors, js;

- : :. "/ i S I SM Scr ll..r' a! t.xamc time to I a Stat or of a sovereign power, therefore to defend I of the state of South Carolina in 183, and that of Oct. ISth iS1. lO-Hv ; rises and drawers com. lctc. It will be sold to satisfy
tio! cost char c -.r. S itiprerogatives expenses
t '.1 r'eui-: lrlpanYll1 11. itself ajainsi ny palpable ( (In Virginia in 1798-They "complained of the exerciseof
i NOTICE.I : i ia r.-heroin: llic Ccntral Bank of Florida
I a cause was
.1 ', .' >. d. %lt im"utickrbtand Mr. WyI" from an agentvhifh it has, created inS unroiistitutional on the of their comI -
powers part Merchants & Bank
lainaut, awl the of
.. ; \VIM ks aft ei djitenp.t .ILcation rom,> Planters
., :' :: :., : 1' ''1.1 'J'iiuih Carolina! i.cho.I with other sovereignties, can in no degree I I : t.'t
: :' common, I mon agent, and in both cases he complaining p.ir- I K7' III.' Hun. tlio (1'unty.'lItrt fur : M.iciiolia. Thos. G. Gordon and Edw'd Seixas, were ,. :
A ': ,' i>. ?! \V. has but little hancc. be weakened forfeited by the possible misapprehension I THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH 'ici
. \:\ r r. i i or very 1| ties were made satisfied by the repeal of the obnox- I Lci.u for Letter: tIt' AilminisMMtion! dcfnda ts. ,

,l Sd j T.o.! Ji-or has b-en ill a. small l of the grievance, or of the misapplication! i ious acts._. GI \SlJli :; GLO\ KI, deccn oJ. J I Oct 9. 1S34. Marshal .' V

. --u4'. ;. .i'1:. :1.:i.O'f a public man, nr.d has thu:; t of the r ght to redress it. I It woud! at prr ent be a very fruitless controversy, \VM. The above Bank Safe (or Iron Chest) can be seen t,'

,'C\iU' .5 ';:a. 1 v-tl with tIc scntim'_:its of his fel The peaceable! corrective of the misapplication, is S: I j and one which, Marion '\ il1 not embark in, as to the -5-October 18th.1S34. | 10-Gv] 'I'I at lli. hue Banking-house in Magnolia. .I--i mf !.t

IJ'.1.. .-:. .. ilo sp-falrs I thtrcforc, with confi- in the convenion: of the sovereign parties to th: S constitutionality or not of a Tarift protection, and "PROCLAMATIONEZ Gerardin Ic Wuy S

'Ii" ...n i io nv ircj Maj.V.. that E.cambi; l I compact by which, under common inUrests, they arc. I I whether South Carolina was affected or not by the ,

S .tlt,: i '". : hell together. Hence the necessity in the case cf th< Watch Makers and Importers of English Ufi S
. I *iongst jj I itiU'rL'iJ1ot a singli : | tariffs enacted with that view. GEORGE K. \V ALK French and Articles
&L J?.l-.: TiI I ::UK-V: of nullification 1 .r".nds no't \ interposition of a Stale, the general agent still rcfu needed extricrs from the constitution Jewelry Fancy ,
'I aon ** 1\ rctlrehkl1 One of the People"! canno l"I( no Secretary and acting Governer received at their e*.
I >t u an luoh of ground to stand nponSt sing ( to satisfy him that Congress had power to lay and it has been HAVE on Monroe.tt.

t7>'111 t.i.. bul'ject, Sir, a great deal may biI (: comprehend) of a convention of all the States, be ;I colle"t taxes, imposts, &c.-But One of the People" WHEREAS, man, the 1 by late arrivals from New York;

t illd'I I \."".'1 .1:1.!.. rt*:.IJr!\ however, for tie! present I fore which may bi adjusted, in peace and ooustitu--. seems to have forgotten, that the same instrument B. Watts, of the county of Jefferson, S ft large assortment,among which
t.a' the difficulties complained, of. or ihe Con ti.S "tf he folUnv viz f.
tionally, murder of named TOM ing :
tariffs ,
'Us uniform. a man
G 'iiucu easier! to denounce these doctrine:; : enjoins that the y should be Any negro .
tution so modified as to harmonise more with the :,1. A. Bellamy, of said County, b Gold and silver Watches, Ladies
tan the of the
to c-.a.j tlcnu Xames l LiC 1 hchl t : therefore bcar.ng: unequally upon People I
; may up ttfl3re j spirit with which it was framed. The complaint in j the night of the second of September Watches, Gold EarrhJgs,
of the
tiuJ liUnniJale, when the capacity io incd5tit jf S.ate. is no' against her sisteiI j different Statesexacting from one portion year, and that the said negro man nrcastpins Fingerrings Watch
: the a
; for the of supplying the Chains Mid Gentlemen and Ladies
; j Union taxes, not purpose lice patent ,
u convince the fill of I .
trJlld by ce reason am Sta'e, (an error One of the Pcoplc"StOrms to have \j wants of the United States' Treasury, but to fill the JViw, therefore, in pursuance of layr Guard Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and

I argument. fall-u into lib nigumcnt] but against a coinmoi I i pockets.of individuals or of favored branches of industry fer a reward of Two HCSDRED cut glass Beuds of evcrY description, Inkstands,

k slioiil.i buijsc; ; however, that you would hay t agnt cloaked with limi'ed and defined powers.-Ne; is unquestionably contrary to the spirit, however prehension, and safe delivery in any Bronzes, ficc. Perfumeries of the best quality, patent
tllt.- : the of the t dle District Florida. Pens Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors, PocketBooks
S plrouW in el diirerencc be 4n&sviU deny, I presume, possibility ageniI
couipi tending tfie conform to the letter: of the Con-
not may Baskets far ladies! and children
IC -"ftti One of the People acknowledges And I do hereby enjoin all1\1n Bea-l-Bags,
"Slate t tupreniacy" and State remedies, transcending its powers- .. s ruti"n. Such was the character of all the tariffs Officers, to be vigilant in the India Rubber Bracers,Pistols Percussion Caps, Look't

f. "tad down in tnv Circular, a ad that nullifxation, that it was done in the enactment of the odious from '-2-1 to '32. In this light were those falsely named cused and in bringing him to justice. ing.G tasses, &c. &c.

Hr| 1 : > Alien and Sedition laws," which he himself pro viewed the almost unanimous BEN is about five feet Tallahassee. October 11, '1834. (9tf
S -' ID iicn.nince as a heresy of the Sout4aro ., ; revenue laws, by a negro man
( !''.. / flounces palpably unconstitutional. Virginia ir South and. so odious did even Col. plexion) a slight defect in one hip, '
4. fo,00South/ I Carolina interrxiscd s C I interposition .. opinion of the NEW AND CHEAP STORE.
and menaced
did ''he an of
resolutions same,
& her age. S
fIt btuic: I Convention, and to judge of thriri I C to prevent their execution within her limifs* ,, Dray ton consider the tariff of 1828, that he did not Given under my hand at WM. MARTIN offers for sale at the conc .

':,iC ; I hut did 1 not resist ; i if she had done K C The was effectual, and the trespassing agcn hesitate; in publickly declaring to his constituents, 14th day of October J formerly occupied by C. C. & It. W.
!*-\'. ud that if the principles therein asserted became the set- [10-Gw] GEORGfi K. Williams, a handsome assortment of-GOODS-eon"-, "
: not rnujunctively her co-State S being convince of the unconstitutional)-
j Congress of .
as tled policy of the country ; the condition of the sisting :
I 0 j I k"fn a Cousiiiutioual. remedy* she would have heel it of these laws epeakd them." Such is the language. South would be worse than the Colonial bondage PAKCIJKG ( Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, :

. I' '' Tins coiifnversy was, however, mica_ of One of the People." But suppose, for supposi from which our revolutionary ancestors had rescued Hardware and Cutlery, -
V ettlet t I ]. if t cases often elicit the truth, that Congress ha( : mmQ UQ SQ U
r7 lt)1) nv' a General Contention,. fth e ous us. PROFESSOR DANCING Glass and Crockery, Saddler, ; j
of its of its palpa'jhusurpation ( OF
atc5s convinced error, or
Jt was by their representatives upon th.lrorCOIIre C not been in the ejiactment of the Alien and Sedition : Judge Smith speaking on the same subject: says, respectfully informs the Shoes, Hats, Groceries, &c..

j\. S, throixrh. ihemajnanimilvof th e Would have sub It might be justly said there was no despot go- MOST Gentlemen Tallahassee All which will be sold upon very accommodating .
What then 1
Virginia -
: .n mil and thp jalant! forbearance and patrioti C laws venmient in the civilised world, where such en- that he has arrived in the City, and terms.: The public are invited to call and examine
0 mined to the decision of an agent, whom it dcniec I crpachments had been made on the rights and li"berties CING SCHOOL on Thursday Evening this stock of Goods-I am determined to sell cheap
Jjoposition nme South; so it is, we have one C exclusive of thc extent of its powers 1
D to be the judge of the people, as has been made on the if suffici.-:t encouragement N. M. MARTIN offer Jor sale .

3 latc ink rp .sition arretling the progress c 1.Would she have seceded and thus dissolved the Union : rights and liberties of the people of the Southern JONES will teach the most 50C pair Negro'. Brogans, S

IItt -rV.te--i 11! encroachment. T-Or would she not have first submitted the case( figures; and from his long exp 200 do. da. '
the : Sta'.es, within the last twelve years. sion, and his strict attention to it, he Boys'dov
the S
Stairs lye, t the discreet judgment of the parties to com '
sovereign rights they rouscrtmedics ; to
b\ If wrgo back to7l and 75," [says the same gentleman the patronage of this community. 50 pieces Negro Cloth,

the "juiust: tyranny and usurpation o n pact ? ] we shall find a much less cause producing will be given, preferred. 10 do. Negro Blanket :
Part of t'I- Federal Government: if they hay e These views of the subject are certainly more con revolution which separated these United States Mr. JONES can be seen at Mr. 100 do. Cotton
.. Oznaburgs
these ,. witli the harmony and spirit of our free institutions a times. ,
they I can certainly 1 have n 0 Great Britain than now exists between the Cotton Bale '
from Bagging &c.
ghrneUles than those which One of the People, i f October 11th 1834. [10-tf.j Rope, '?
except of vassalage and slavery.-_ havi United States and the state of South Carolina. October llth 1834. [9tf]
,. 'l\t. General I Marion has not mistaken his remarks, seems to FOR SALE, .,
Government either be contra the names of these two gentlemen -
must ;
I- Marion introduces *
-The his not perhap:S
&iiu imbibed. error, on part,lays .
ul 11 !S ea8es of this "wt by the sovereign action (>_f properly discriminating between the powers of th because he supposes, from the general tenor of 0.0 imported Onarter casks direct.prime weeks ADMINISTRATOR'S after date, I shall) aaake NOTICE.pf2ication to

I fkJatatt or it must poess thC power to contrc Jt l Sates as equal parties to a compact, when setting ii I One of the PeopleV remarks-and the bitterness -ALSO- SIX Judge of.the County Covrt.Jackson county

supreme or common jcdff, an oo o/ul re convention, and when represented through their respective of feeling he manifests towards Calhoun, Hayne, An invoice of Paints, White for Letters of Administration on the estateef JOBS G,

'4rek Destroy those rights and remedies, an d in Congress. In the former case ther r Hamilton and McDu/fie/ the authority of Drayton Sperm Oils. W. SMITH,'deceased, late of said county. _\
p )to dZ1ty the Union I mean a union of contcn t, etc-the. _grantors of'cri* W be axercisoi for tb,e and Smfch would havesome weight with him, St, Marks Oct. 18th.-IDtt O;t.5 th.1831.. (9-6w1. DAVID G. ITAIfEY.'

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Rt4I 1IhJ 'y
iNOTICE. - '
- ri 4i1
lw-s 4 : ji =-: .-ri-- .... -:-- r :: V : V ;- -- : V &
months after dateJl Ul a from daUfc application
THE Law partnership formerly estngbetwi fin JL HE subscriber oSers for a&o kU nlanUtion lies ,uxi Surgical Itistrwbtntej V $* Land
of The well has
P. B\v>vh and James D. Weatcou Jr. hath acting SSQ* :es. .from the \'
boe*:.dissolTCfl by agreement..March. rood water, and has proved astealtny as.any place injfetTerson I HAVE just received a full supply oi I fresh ty lacofS.rohlihbon, a discharge ** A ftl d., with ZLLIaXJ thwn "uZi *

183K coanty. There is about oce hundred acres Drugs, Medicine* add Ch inci1s. Pure SGadsden ***-... G. Walker, dee Jl'lC*
__ cleared andlinder fence If should !. "
good any person K.t
PORT, M.1DEILi & MUSC.4TELLE II7.VE, county, June 24, 1834ADMINISTRATOR'S (7-w)
wish to purchase he call the subscriber and
A CARD.D may on
in bottles for the of the .
imported specially -
examine tae land It is situated between the Monti-
*Jura D. \YeTv*TT JrmnR dncliond a eoatlmuaftce IBOK cello and Edwards' road. Terms-Cash, or Negroes sick. \Veigand Snowden's superior AMFCTA-
office ut Secretary o Firs J sJ accepted the Oommmio"of ALL PERSONS having claims
V. S Attorney f)V t8MiVn; Ditricivkiey thai be miMderate at a fair price. TING, of Samuel Maultsby, deceased, la'e :
Us tiytt eifW* ni irtiWuzly to the practice of MARMADUKE SKIPPER. and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. are requested to present them t
the Law;mm* ka i Rta bis frira U in n i4a&nd elsewhere Sept. 9th. 1834. [6-tfl STOMACH PCMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and law
& &
within the time prescribed by .
dot il kaitaeu eoir .-i J nhioi in.UM Court of Appr&tf.
May of IbeCoarts.trtlv Mi-UIr District, or ia the 9a|rriorCnart Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes. &.c. forever barred; All persons ; f-i
of Jack oi *n4 Franklin Owntiw im West Florida, orofDecattr NOTICEIS An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the are requested to make immediate
tad Ttiot* Camiirs, Georjii, will receive the hereby given,that a PETITION foi the setting off Sliakers-a mono; which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, B. F.
actiitL ah4 $ a1frl1iioIL.jrTlL&bIIee assignment of thcI> Vr of the widow of the (
U\ H. Ij3t. Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, Talhha ee. Sept. 13th,
late Henry B. Fitts, deceased, will be filed at the next Jf
Taz Collector's Sale. Term of tie Superior Court of the County of Leon. Thyme, Cellery, kc I ;

the thirds\tnnl.i" in December next,I will of- LEIGH READ, Att'y for Petitioner. LIME. JCICE and LEMON SYRUP. A LL persons having any
ON for sajo before the Court House door in the Tallahsssee, 19th Sept. 1S34. (64fI] | SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CCRRT.I tate rf JKO. NORH deceased !
I English. French and Prentis's Soaps and'Per- them within tha lime
of present
town of Mariar.na Jxcks-m Flo. so
ftunery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- will be Imrred. All
they persons
the quarter section of Lixo known as the Northwest T the next of the Court of Leon
t term County
No.It. nard & Nove's celebrated INK and INK POVTDER tate are requested to make &
fpurtn of section No. 15 nwnshtp No. 5, rancc
.lt*. county, we will apply for Letters of Dismission WILLIS
as will be suffirien tos .iisfy the amount of Ehzur from the administration of the estate of Henry B.Fitts THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. ; iinr i I
Lathrop's taxes for the year 1S34. The abort land deceased, late of said County. E. B. PERKINS. Auziist. Oth. 1534

lying and being near the wavers of Chipola, and LEMUEL BRUCE Tallahassee. July 9ih, 1831.IStI'] NOTICE. I apirnst &.> s ',gV 4i1k. V V
bounded by the lands of James Wachab and the ELIZA ANN BRUCE. Court on the ino t t avorU iRE
Solomon Allen and Moses Allen, j TILL be sold before the j tr.n V
lands cf the esiar \VilIia-u A. Jackson, dec'd. and }'. arentof i> .j-n ap
Tallahassee, 13th Sept. 1834. (6tf) trading under the name and style j town of auincy on ro.
claimed by Eiizur Lathron. (6-3m) of S. & M. ALLEN. | next. The East half of the South H.-infordConnrcticu: jn" s
ALSO- NOTICE. vs. ATTACHMENT. Section 19 Township two fl.tnZe f fai va!,:ft oft!., rji.r. er, 'P-

ON"the thin Monday in March next, will be of ALL persons ire hcieby notified, that the under John T. B.irr, B.*nj Stcrret, and j West, containing 70 and 100-41 ; fi-t -iy evidence, 'un.LMjcdrfS1*
fur sale, s-i much of the quarter section of Administratrix of DAVID Jonssos, late Henry Kneehnd. wider the style i benefit of the heirs and executors ; rtpr.-s; n-.atiorj., *Vld, thf J.1"*
LAND known ns the Northwest quarter section No. of the county of Leon, dcceasc-1, intends at the next j jSprinj {I JOHN T. BARR $. Co. J ; deceased. JNO ROBINSON. applicant. T--; ko-v *iSr *

3, township :c4 4. rau v 10, N. and W. as will be [March] Terra of the County Court of said J i fBiIIE defendant and all others rancerncd arc here- Atijust. 30th, lZ\ (::3-.tJ) : puailUa.sty ni4v o. .-,- V1**

sufficient to satisfy tac-at.uvuu Carter Grantland &. County, to settle tie account of Irer administration, I fl_ oy notified, that an .lltarhment in the above case 1 E. I. ?lvLNs-18-
Cb'L taxes for the yr.xr $33 and 1SJ4-The same and pnvure her dismission and discharge as such. j| has been sued out of the office of the Clerk of the BRIG | *V..22. !I' ;i. :

being and lyin on the \\itrrsof Cbipola,and bounded Sepu 15, IS34. (6f 1 MARY JOHNSON, Adm'x. t Qnperior Court of Leon muntv, Florida, and he and j This excellent B- >, t THE PUBLIC.

by the lands of A-nos J. R.vtlo and John Davis, and I all others arc hereby r tiircd'to pica*! to tIe: deilami i Master, has, during
claimed by saiJ Carter Grantland Sf Co. Andrew Jackson. jolt in terms of the statute. l been fitted out furthc : rrr- .
(r) ;5 Erpl--- ':. ..
TIIOS. M. THE noted and full-blooded EDWARD CHANDLER. .. rruuLuty the present,_ L.
th S-ate
Tax Collector for; Jackson County. Horse .i.VDJZEJr J.1CK-|, August 9th. 13.11. [5i-1ml PlamtitT's Auormy.K --- this and C'Inrl-sto.i | : :' izh o '-i, .'.'t1k.

Marianna, 1 Ith ?e-v.. 1 31. [6-Gml I SO.V'illstand the [ latcJ for the acrommoJitton! of j '
season at Tallahassee.cnsuirg LOOK AT THlS! -any laree freights. She is now in DY&PEPSI.l."
Cirl '. ,
-i -
lorwr.rdid p.
orders on immediately -ti
BfSi This Stallion is so well with 3 *-,-.__*,l su ; L".-'> .| V
bro'isht by her will! meet V
known thr J houtthesourtern 1 ui'_a.---.. tV 1a'4
V New Store Monroe-si. Tic assured tlkit r \: i
public ae every a
Mates and this Territory as a successful racer t i -,V: vV..c.V.w.s' ,r--- ,.-,: .
$ an'Jlctiiz-G
of Florida. I |p1 El). H. LINDENRSRGER rrives notice thaJf ir.ter.Jr. : ir 4.i .
direc. and re.ut.tr ; :
Whereas by an inq-nsitiou lielJ! ) over the body of Ho IK seven years o'A! of the l best sfck in the United he Ins reccivp-l l per 'ioncr Criterion of B lti ill Ciarl.-!) a t..n. JOHN BL .IF! V (iitE'c:: ;:
I I .
States being sired by the famous Tiniolon, one and ; i: C;., ... '
3ohn \I. \Vricht orreisnl in :he county ofLcjn Ter- more, a ccneral complete asrtmrnt of GOOD Sf M-.rk*. ?=MV. --Ifh, 1534. [7fJ ; ;
)jtlory oj Florida tlust c .:i 1 day of Septeml-er eictj- of the! most celebrated Colts of old Sir Arrhy-his consisting of Dry G>xls. Hard ware,Cirna and Glasjj

teen hundred and ihinyfutu, u appears that oneS dam was by the high bred imported horse, \\htp-ltis i j Ware-Shoes, Hats, Groceries an-l Provisionsxc. &.\ and : ;
rand-daniby l the imputed horse, Tupp. He is a I eel confidence Bugging \ .>. n.
HARRIS VirKF.RSoi'sai-l: county, is charged with | rcat in invitin:: the attention of th< i
the murder of a4id J"lm M. \V&it! by stabbin him blood Iny, upwards of iixten hands Inch, and unites citizens and country in ernrr.tl to this establishment. I I I F 1..tcriJ. 1.LittV. r -icd '. Z -v V V
c.nthe first day of: said morth. And whereas, it has crrol strength with b'Muty of form and action. as I : m determined to tuakv every exertion to supply ILJ s e. iN: : .L tn. ;i : t- t
that said Harris \Vkers Certificates of Pfdicree wil, be furnished.Tfrms. all whiimay favour me with t'.eircustom with first rate : : VV' V V
riso been rcr>rvscneJ to ro has absconded. Now uurcfore, in pursuance of law 2) the s' son, commence on the 25th irtiolcs, and at such prices as .vannt fail ti pvc per-: !-I..V: ;! i" c--. '. .n V n..: / :: V V fVV; V
I do hereby oiler a reward of TWO HUNDRED of AusiKt, and end on the ,irt of December. I feet ss-itiNl'icti'-'ntoall who have rrasoableeNctaIIos tL.: li: .s V t-: V ; : -, 'q ;
and safe August 2J. 1S34. [f3llw.JADMINISTRATOR'S I T.lii1iise. All 9 ; 'h i- z V :;. : .
DOLLARS, fi>rlnsappnUnion delivery ? S:. \ a 21- 1PLANTERS'-;;.
ia any jail in the Munle( District uf Florida, NOTICE. rtjrjsjI. .1.\"D STOR.WI: IJUsIXES.5.- i'I.y 1 ;:: V
i-'e 'f V
The accused is a nun ab. ut twmty-nye years cfRRelihl ; ;,
down look A T the next January term of the County Court i TaE i-r4S ciifr! having pur:-ius.d rhc Lot and t. tC r. T" .-. r V
hair d..kyes.. aa has a cast : OIiCtI.
: -iinih thin visage .ok fur the County of tiadsjen, the suNrcri'ixr nil) :!HingsMtclyncci' 1 !pic.lby A. Crtn Es1. teti- rIV ilK s-.o-c.h.- !:.Vs :>&.': '.:< -:- ; -. -.7 )
le is about six i' dclrite
sallow person present his vouchers, fcc. M the said Court fr settle- &nd
Giwn under complex.-T t.a.iJ Tallahassee this 3J day uunt, and thereupon pr.iy to IM discharged from the Ci'ttun and! G.n>i5. Ills 'arehouse on tic! sine lot j I i.u1. xliC pu'ulir t'a.it I hs norE ill be .- V V
tnv at .
Administratorship of the estate of Edmund Gichri! will i co-iiplctod about the 15throum5 cr. and t"r,>ir i rr.o,; oa tl.e 1st uf 31-irc'u iI lt: ;. a V
September, 1EI. WALKER. June 27,1531. ((47-6m) JAS. M. GILCHRIST.ADMINISTRATOR'S its lociti., f.tim.i ta [ coiaparaiivciy cciuc froi ->-.f ) ;
GEORGE K. __ _ _
ir L'.b.r.xl .
V : ( : r.uvanccs m. dc on Co't u-hi !
September G'U. ?5'l [(4.nI] NOTICE. |! -w. C. MILLER jA i: WM. D. H IKI-CI.\-, Pitn: l > i!.

; T the next January term ot the Comity j 1 Atcn.23J, 1531. (2-if.) !; v. ?%: r: I C i';-:
HOLTS HOTEL ; Court for the Cotmty of Gatlxlou. I will j prci >- Refejti rt- : n : t ti II. E.LI '* e ,'T:-Cl s ?

The above et.bV rcont ha'.iiij been 1:1 cucesfu1c'pperal&i cnt my vouchers, &('. to the sai.l Court for dite.CCflt \Vi. :.IKsra. C i. T.Hih 5CP..v..d ,.1[ ill-t d.-! :., ..'.r. ; -..-,.! -I;! v.rs.! :

ftbr uttc. i no\v I.Af 'flpieh.trder i and IjedUcharjieil from Me-- ""iu oi M aid} 'I F %TLOR, f'har! -% on. 't _J_ tV.j.V! Vt i: :-i
thereupon to
; pray .
1dies ai Gcri'ie- .X'
for .
:i I or. 4 a *! raze cx" : cu m ;
the AJiv.inistmtoisljip of tue estate of THOMVS S. *
i vzsitinj hr citv. e'.ttern business or :Vr plea-1 NOTICE. i iA sa. l \l "'I irn *"'. t : x.-.is* .v. -.i t>v>
sure. In Cioney market Proprietor Lz< reduced hprceCf McBRIDE. i .g:m. p'Sittuii has liiis d v :>ccn tilv! V1 i:. the oT ; "t'< n l .. i !

board to the f-.ioTJi.ff rate*, viz ___July 10th. I.11. [.IJ-tf.] tiif! Ckik of the SilftVVVLO&- Court cf L*.">n com. y, l"r .::t'ff ti. > Ny TV-*: JSr of > g4.-
Gentlemen o x.-\-\ : i _\irub l-edded cr Coaipsav i tl.o tii'i-tiiutionof a Tru-iee in ti.c place of tlx I.i- -a To.-.us [ > i. II -/. i'.N. -. i.T
R'xri1. i>:x i.v.t2 ;h SI 00 a.-il; aJmini-iritrix ifl; I.vc Ji'hu! Y. Gaicv. t', execute i! BVLTZ'LL : : M.IU who!* -,t1tV! ; ,.'il.

Tho 1 I 2FONSth1F deed liearin d.ite 7th Scj.c-nlx.r, Ir30. to secure the t tuf p; -.: -.. ,: .' J.
Ladies and C> r. iinT, dminc ci the LadiCo' p.ymenL a dvlt due to "Bciton &. Eroorv.1 DOCTOK J. EDWIN : V. V V V V V_ .

Table. TV r. p.ich 1 -> EDWARD CHANDLER, f P7FFl'LLV t.ffr.lt-: : V V a-

Meals served ii Pnr.re Rocn: prrday, I A-ti-. 13, 1=34. [1i.vtf] KM_ Pettttc.: I "o t'u citiz' .--o'' '!' !. t .- --- LiTs *.. .r* 12* "L-ti t:. .,, ot'ua!

each extra: S1. apraaiiborc.j J. '
V :
Private Far.our. extra each 1 }F ACTION S VLC5. The subwibei lo.a. I CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, i st. fllCr dt. r io V T'V V'V i i V: -'. .
The-Prern tv. r 'tami hi< v.nrere aeknowioJc-I I\ 4 hivinj Tallahassee, Aug. lotli, 1634. ) I Ta.. \ *. N v. JA .. l-- aVV.; r V.
m-ted himself Tullatnssec! V
I < .l.!
4: in projH r = to > a cn-
\ his >
meats for the ve v 'x- i<.vc pa'rcaaie e r' veiv- ;: V :.Vf V
cd at his e'tv-h* ; r.fct. tui l pledccs Lttnsell tint I| eral C'vnr.iic ion business, regujnr s.ilc tl iy Tutsdiy THE ?t'X-khoder] this; inst..ution, are 'rereby y.&m ::. _V; _V V : V
n'hi'oa Li* par:. or tLntf hs h'niseh11. h2l" 1-* V tnu Sjtirdtv. -,. t'.at' .1.1; m-tament! oi Two Dliais on j V V V V
fav- <. an-i He wll also! attend to d'.tinistntor aidthers.1ts! each share of Sl'-ck has brcn caiL.l 1.uby the B.uri -
wanting to nvn i. vi natua r.: past 'r V- 5 : ,, ibe
render comfo i.V.-5e ib.?? tvh car ia future favor : t r. "county. ROBERT J. HACKLE i| of Directors ; at.l il -\t t'.i? virne w.-tl be due and ry- *-. .: -

hira: wrh a call Mircl, 23-J 1533. 3Jf I able at the Banking H--. >. .a Taiah-t3scc! cu Saiur- : _

HOURS FOR MEALS. N. D. Ii>srunci5 of writin; *xecutcd wii'j neatR day the first diV' c.fN.r'r next.P12J V V .' V : V
Breakfast fr in 7 to 9 | Tea, fnvn 7 to 9 ?* nn.l despatch, by R. J. HACK LEY.rkYSPElVlA ; [ I- A. THO 'P0\. Ca4.r, -g! a : : (

Dinner d 1C to I Sapper 0 to l- j: AND IIVER-CUMPLAINF.-- - :! ;,!-< V.p.; t i.e! pi

:.: : ,: -z ci.cr. j jLJDc. J. P. PtTF.r.5, Prvfeisorof siolfgut'ZIt- CONSIDIPTfONCfllED. tV aL..: !V

STEPHEN HOLT.a.Va. l I ifn'fif, who, f-r st eral years, has devoted his rnttrt :
NEW Y0Z 1SU ( -m i attention to the! treatment of chronic or iirtteralc di- ; : .

: eases, has succeeded, by chemical analysis and synthesis DL LA MONTERAT'S ('ni.uicisEGLT iDLE .:V V [ rp;

FLORIDA L.i.\D FOR SALE.IE in fjmiin? a combination frr.m several p.oxiinaf SPECIFIC. =. ." ;1 V- ;. .:<>v !L.e l.jt' jut au.1 V
of General rtgttaWe principles to wliih hr !n> rivrn the "ITS; he
unle5r fl-d having p-irchascd : nins va'-iabie rem ity ever yi.tdi-Ct.Yf rco f.-r ;
T name lediciur Sioniarhi-re Hepiticae wliich has ;T V J.'n.VUr.
LFrte. i. 'wnbi' (itrd in Fna.; ; tI- ci i i t'c.lds. C'Iiu..ipfi.n.: .i.t.r.a; s-- -
l hc United Siate olTei proveil far more Hcicnt thin any remedy heretofore .; l rii. V :- V : L-t cpari.ar r -j .' 1-1 ft k? % '
ted to him by .hc CiKir'tss of : -j'iIi.ii; 11 U.'c-oJ: ant: all ii--a- >> tiie C'eui. u.id V-
the same fr I and body, which arc generally! compreacnde nnder : -V L. rt.--C f ... -., iiifc**
i V
This land zc .* .*.*. in the i-nme-K: 'c nei'h'.Kchoodof -- )sis the d turloi ivt-c, ijivcji sr: > tsth t > ;hcLU.IZS V VV -
TallnK'-iC", -, be'icveJ, f'-r fcrtiUty oisoil. the Swee1)in? terms Drrrp-iA and L: r.c.Cjj. repaii> the App -iiciTO\c-; the Swirii5 r-tr. 4) .a : : ; : ;rv* !f V :s ts\'. ZtfJF

Ami Uxal f v.\nt.vr"?, t-> he mire valuable! than ; PLA'.rS-ht is likewise an almost certain cure for enUrjremtntof Bill of D.ie-cti1 r. ZtCOziUP. Iti t.li! 1tlef ihe

any other lan in tlv T'TtCrr. ; the SrLtts. S-eiiiC| pointing > ut in a |-> t cori piciutn> nnnr.cr KO % ; r--. ..
The S*>uthv. *" ..-, iri of the township miioin:ons ;u thesr dittcrent stares -f ihe .h>ca5 : .r;) V r t V- u : V '. ..
: V piints! are atu'.eny, swurne or burning in thr stoiivtcli V TONIC 31 I X T : in .- V" : .
fnta wi ch the
city of TMbSii-sj e ; : pin; to bipr.ii :: ( ana ;jcira.'ub.rdirc-c'.TO. rc-jvctii'.gtiu- atr.-.cn: vrht'er !
tort nf St. Mirk*. i .M?* '.< ceof abo'it twenty n !e% melancholy, irritability, disap-ecaMe taste inthc -:-? it, tother with m '.ay: .vv.irauthoiiiic.iteJ certif.cac FiLLu.v-f--V i V nt : n. it w:.: th jr. V V.I'" :' 'Mr.

a rail road is ia x.cttj> Tiion to be miJc, in a short mouth ; treat irregularity ot" appetite; uhirh is ome- ? of cures, cIn *..-. VI 3 I ... ..- "' "* nv 4 ti.e r'i Ui
time. limes voracious and at other times greatly deficient : I ror.ecjuence tif therrcat and in-rrcasin df mane h.J. : e.eLe paia..

The navirri z'' >L, MMKS nvrr has Wc-i rf- thirst, tVli l breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach \T tius <|.eaf.c, the pi *.ctor i, ibk-d to reduce the IT Is wVtr.TED TO EE A *AFE F: tV 5 fl

tend? improvoJ. to x ;: .-.'. nsu six miles of the and eructations, pjpit.iion! drowsiness?, i'regularity price K* 75 cents f .r >'ttleLer .3v eabirittuco..ie RF.I5t1i FOr. IVEtn t.ft ir s
Southeastern p.u" *l.c : *in: i* ii.iV.rt wVh b..r :'
jnvi ation for cli certain of :. in the} head, dizziness or vertiro j confusion of ; ?'t1Wr- ra-'V. i fj.-ta'vfs''i-' V
a ip transpvrur.iun CHAPMAN'S Ami-Dyspeptic Pilis.! tlt'.t ;lus niixiure c ntatn? aisciiio, I
mind attendee with the loss of
memory, mawm| : etn er-tr.aJv. tt-i CfltilI
produce Those Pills have been used tl.ca the Pcprlcior 10 say ;hat thse V
| in the nijch when s'iocessfully by
chi'.Iincv atT--ction
st'> oft
This land will: ..- :n r- r-L-l< to suit those w.shg err.piy, i saftds who can test.fy to'.neir -\nd I a-11 also aulhcri ed :o oner V.: Oim- eV ::: a* dir
si iht and liearnr. uaJ suptrior (ov-r
l pain weakness ia the lack erncary
? to purchase on a ir.iit fnv.i nvc to cicbt years, 000, D./iti'j: to who ti Au i e\-a i in < : WJt
other re-iirJics in onc w
r.w t'.r the
languor, uitnriK.d sleep, cold feet aid lumi*. tremor. I many uv?) cr.nf Dyspepsa pr tto
reasonable pri c tioo: w! l iu to purchase will V in all! theirco.icateV of the !eosi particle cf Arscnir ufk-acer Undiwr i: sill ease
: : f.inns ,
une-isiiirss in the throat, ciugh, pain in the side 01 they :nvcsuejii
either t"tiie undersigned *
make application to > ) J- 01 uiher
breast 6tc.i to the o.ias of dzco'i, rt.tir U.t any piisins 1iCIiCnt in
apUiuretnovesnausca '
WILLl \\l D. NUTTALL, In order >- ard matercf *e- titi*ointment!
i The above miladies! .ind sikaess f the stonuch habitual : to p.xvra: LIuipastLi
** HHCTOll. RADRN, lead to or cnic affections of th : la w,Jttr on ejr VK1V>t it hCI'? !
tomarh liver cveics.s, 1n.id-ach, pa1pitao. c-f tJe heart prs..t ai.t.btt a-n bVj
and heart
WILLIAM P. CRAIG. ; terminating in Dropsy.Con- ewcl-oa t'ttsbiari.- oirectel
> parti
ad other t.e Pi\> ': :t :h*
: mixture
; many nervous affetjojis. !'i-.ey c.'intajn to
bumption, Apoplexy,&c. according to the climate Lab no : aitch
j i
N3t.rJr.The 1 5tfCkoHtrtan ia
style fnr MiJiile! Florida rrec> ii ijjjiitws
: ap.u and
j I it are sex, and temperament of the jxitirnt. Mercury, nor do they- s.ckcn the stomach: they are a ,
; : Szriis Crgian, .Verrury, mild and safe cathartic Rowand that ( a small! U.t ,. I !
Prepared by J. P. PETERS, M. 1), 3IiKedgevic!! I : thc/e i is no rej-tr.ction in diet evc.pt the value o1t'i
i1Ru1g.isf. C.I.ft:1Iio1aiIt! So-tihtm Rifordrr, Milleilperille Inventor and sole proprietor. or drink or exposure to WIt or cold while usinz 'Jiem. flat a sm rle bottle has U-cii or will ; oftestiasory ;prare "
Gor ia; K 'zoiJ E1cirerand Sr, RalcichIi. i Testi'nonds.-Numerous certificates mijrht l< adj Bill of directions vili arcorupany each box of PCs, :; tani, to any pero in Middle iiN i cine vtjfi i e -hew to tJ 1I
C.; will publish tits r.iwvc for eight-wrecks and for- ;j iliiced relative to the extraordinary cures erformee : wlii -h will fully explain their ejects. : If .ir-.tnic has been Jiu'OrfurJ ii c ". at ai on arpi1a: to

Ward their aranunts t > this office. j by using these medicines; but the follow*are i though' | FrcMT the wtH! known reputation of tnese Pills tV /utr.n.r5, il nwt: hare tee i-j SOKK .-: h;* .acUi.rceii = i- .'* :3tnient f i i.

ARE HOUSE \NF COMMISSION BLTJI- sufficient to satisfy the minds of the most skeptical! : i many years, the proprxior (J. BOYD, Pniladelpina) taticns. All! persons therefore, wio -J viarz-an1- ijy! nusie.E -j rrni. app<>
i -should to '
\CHICOLA ELORIDA From Dr. James Euvtf .lulher the Medical deems it unnecessary to give any furtr.er detrul of o
TV NESS, AT PAL of COWJ/WH B. riiKis.: Dr.rGIT.
i Uicm. A fresh supply has ceen rectivsd, and for sale cLae it: My label wilt be on every
The subscrilK'rs, liarsuz associated theraseJtestocetKer ton, or Family Pkyiictan. Februarr 2!L.. i?3 1.
by appointment F.. B. PERKINS. V E: B: PERKINS Sou Ar -n;
under the stile ant nun of FORD & HAR DIN, NEW-OKLEASS, Dec. 20ih 1531. 1 "Tallahassee, Xr.T 23d Nov3J -
purpose tranjnetia; a Gttrl ir.iRE HOUSE sad To vfo-n H may concern.-This is to certify, that 1I ; afflicted with Com-8-

COMMISSION' /.Mi-teJi el .1pt rnade suitable arranrcmerus with several vessels for Slomachier et Hepatic in a number of obstinate
very ; KERR & STUUGES OFFER at them' tindveifl
the dirtet trtpi1f. \ of Cotton, &c. either to New {I Dyspeptic and Liver-affections, of long standing,like- FOR SALE, :: N addition io his old the rx>:>. ti t the least pain.
York or New Orcau ; and having JecilUitt at all :I wise in several casesof the enlargements of the pleen ; tfttflfl SACKS Liverpool Ground Salt, in subscriber has reccntlycnoted tSo.e aced with CurliOt

times within their p iaer to make resoMe oJroiurj and its affects were truly astonishing. I have no he- F'--1 order : ] ng SO by 2s: feet, forrec ivin eerily the: I haeJtht..VbaCu15

upon prodrcc con'tcn d to their care and management; ', citation in declaring: it the most valuable preparation 15C pteces 42 inch Dundee Bagging ; : succes-!. Before I h2J .eJOfl

they would rcs-ecif'ily' tender their wrTiccs and so- for those distressing ailment that has ever come with 100 coils Bale Rope : St. Marks, Decemberi7thlS31. cared a C.vn which baJ troabW V

lich a liberal pjurfwaj in lie above line of buiiness, in my knowledge JAMES EWELL, M. D. 250 Ibs. best Enir>i>h Balein Twine. rsl I ciie this pua ic fcr the leaet'
plodgia: tljeirpfrijjnland iuJlriihtal attention to all "Wilke*County. Geo. Jan. 1334. Tallahassee 0\\ ANDS '
Ang. -23d, 1S34. [l-tfj with thit pain'uicoa::' i.ct
business coo*ijncJ to them, cither for sale or.other- The aderslgned can bear testimony to the superior \\ arranted a : \VM.S V

wise efficacy of Dr. Peter's Medicinte Stomachics He- I FOR cure tor the Fever and I. Feb. ir."
Their War II vtses and Close Stores are undergoing patcx tn the cure Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints wholesale and retail, cea: a box. '
a thorough rep u, will! tx lir- and commodious, fi-om personal experience. W3I. G. JOHNSON.Dr. DD PIECES DUNDEE BAGGIXG lbs! V & \\VESTCGTT, Dr FOR 1
a" deslraWc of the and ;o tae yard.-And ODD COILS BALE flQrld,2 ARO.MATir PILLS
Bituatedin pirt town, as exempt Ps Mcdicinx Stonathitae Hepatiar are put up ROPE, of COtl
from the *l\njr 'r< o' fire as any other house, of a in parcels wi'h full directions for usiu From one best qnalitv. are daisv expected bv" the Subscriber A I hereby appoint pirifv the Wo..aJ qackeeitS: I
tmilar charartrr. on thr P4)ir.t.WAI. to three parcels! will be necessary to complete a cure. per Brig Tallahassee. V \\ eszeotniyants for s.cnSed; o.aia' cfna1.3
P. FORD late of Ga. Planters and Merchants can be ands Tonic *' r the :
( Augusta, ) The price u $3 a parcel. supplied on the M ixture
\ F.D\VD ARDIN, (Apalachicola.) A creat quantity of the above very valuable preparations most -oinmodaiae* trrm>, payable in Co-ton, Ac Jf Flondn, Eastern : of c eir -The Tiil are p2ltiCU .

JZ f REAi.' .S.-Snrarl 4Fontaine, Smith 4. will be kept constantly on hand by JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. Western ;wrt of Georgi.* ; who the. GreSxko *. TaJpiUta
tlorgJ.; S. CuMof.. IP. Perry, 4. Co. T. if M.rc E. B. PERKINS, Tallahassee, j St. Marks, Sept. 5th, 1834. the said medicines to al! who may ,[Short)i4rpcinaio Breilh. Sinkjnr Lerieird

*i Sf C.., IPJi-'iiVl- Gree ircJ- .,-Columbus.Be Who authorised to dispose of them, either at wholesale : Jau.es L. Parish: Martin Palmer, Assumpsit in Al favourable terms as they can will cod the::Pd's t aa'lj
ri {. Kite!and, Ja. lUmilton 4"S
rXH -New-V .rk. obtained of the proprietor. Also by of PARISH, PALMER 4Co.. V Superior Court, JXO. .pctaatc.: they b- taken they"persons oi
i:. IT. Gre/r rjf, Bvt I1athris.-N. Orleans.StJA Doct's. HOLMES & WILLIAMS, Cambclkon, &. vs. I j Jrffers 4- Lres. T. ir. .IIcCoy.-Mobilc. Mr. H*LSLET, Drugrtst, Appalachicola.JOS. LCUCEL G. RACLAXD. J Middle District ce brateJ >Cambrian Tooth

Aug. 17. 1511 hf PRIESTLEY PETERS. defendant, and all other persons interested VJIHE legnl representatives '! immediate reLef. widwottc

OGTOR ILLU i RANDOLPH have as- The followirg! few amon.g the many persons that THE lake notice that suit has been instituted as, .1.. stead, and all others j{ Oa trial this will be S 4U

D soebted themsclvc ia the practice of medicine hare been either entirely cured or greatly benefited above, and Attachment issued returnable to May terra take notice that I have filed with known lur thw coaspaat- I'nct
within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pcters' of said Court Court for
1S3L Said defendant Superior Leon
and offer their pot1j< a.il services to the public. Office required *o County j 1 V
bctwenthePaaterVHnHin! I .anbert's. rHtwza7 Medicine Stomachicx et liepaticx within the aopear an J plead to the declaration theirin filed according of Florida, a petition lor the j aoJessifn-d ca the CBlXeDPrj.:

state of Georgia. to the Statuie in such cass. Tract of Land, witht\vu Houses by the sV'k: propfeta. / {.'
Mrs. Abner Hicks Wilkinson.Mrs. j p
on the Su Marks river, at essv* ti s Mf
and Capu J&LiesVilhis, do. Aug. 12th I31. QtC) AlL'sfor Prffs. Coaaun: K xxu, ovor N*. ( P. otf- '
LARGE complete assoitKventof of Leon
Col Wm. F. Bond, do. county containing also br w*
] HaU. Booa. and
Freih Drusand Medicines,just received Wayne W. Eslands, Esq. Laurens. NOTICE. Land- which bnd was entered ; bv ( ?
from New York r.nd Baltimore for sale, wholesale Bryan Allen, Esq. do. months from the date hereof, I shall apply for Laiinua Armstcad and R W. E- B. -

g.MtctaiL Country Merchants and Prarutioaers sop- Cot John W. Porter, Morgan. SIX of Dismission, from the Administration a motion will be made at the % 17 1531. SOif Dag

plied on ike most accommodatl-ie tuns. Sanford Chapmao, Esq Jooes. on the estate of Samuel GaireU deceased late of Superior Court
EDW. S BIX AS, Al iander Irvin, Esq. Washington. Gadsden county C. H. DUPO iT, Adm'r. ment comrmsslc'trs to make ieasiie ossM P '

31ty 41 Drtifp5, )agnolia, Florida cciGo.esIetvrQrec: 34 June iTlc, 13t. L4&GWIw June 2lst, 1534 / > fl \ T. KlDDERoa the

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