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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 25, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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WmTE, u a Candidate to fore congres is sooa'ts practicable; with the piaiol r
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Florida in the 24th THE LLOII1UW I
fr. 'te Territory of ,' touching the validity of the respective claims. '

of the U oited States. Approved February 6 1835.

auLhori.ed to announce Colonel J AM? .

Cotm DSDENaG&ndidatetorepleacnt. the [Public No.: 8.] .

t.hr Unitedauthorise "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE.r ." An Act making appropriations for the naval service
rfIorida.in Jwyl7tb .!13. 51) ,. for the one thousand
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autbor.W to anDOQDteMaj.to represent.WILLIAM the terrir __VlUe ILZLT_ Q1L1l.1 WA&1SUBmg 1PIWnL fW a.f'
W WYATT in, a the candidate 24th Congress of the United -. &of' -- -__.__._ __ _____-___- 1_ -_ '_ -__ a Representatives of the United States'of Amer

tOl1 0 Florida, Jury 27tb 1833. 50tf duable Tbtro Property at Vendut. BY I v HHM MBM M BHM P Hm- ica in Congress assembled That thA folfaw-
[ AUTHORITY For
If'ILLIJJ I'tf D.1JTr"fLL I SHALL sell to the highest bidder on Saturday J transportation clothing from the depot a[ ing sums be appropriated for the naval service for
to annpunte Philadelphia] to the stations of of
nuthorised the 2d troops, subsistence
the day of May without reserve that the one thousand eight hundred
Sl'ttSoW arC a undvlate to rcprcscnt ; well finm the places of Purchase and of year and thirty-five,
as points
delivery
known -'The Planters in addition
of the Uni property, Hotel. to the unexpended balances of former
Florid,ia\ the 24t1ongrrss Terms-One rtiird cash and the under contracts, to the posts where they are requiredto ap-
viz.F'orpayand
rory of 1833 5tfI balance in two in- be used ordnance from propriations, I
t : ". stalmentaof 9 and 12 months. foundries and arsenu.s subsiStenee-ofthe officers of the
"' : :o the frontier and the fortification nav>
posts and
ru to announpe nR.J.HACKLEY.. and pay of seamen, onl-miJIion five hundred and
'lead from one
Ve arC the Western mines to the several arsenals
Jt April 35 3w thousand eight hundred and
to twenty-four'dollars !
candidate represent and (
as a the
Esq tra.nsporta'ion including officers
oj when
E.pNNIS1 Council. P. S:-. Aw! well army forty two cents.
a improved LOT r
GEO. in the
1Il the next bgiIatiVe ? vicinity of removing with troops either by land or water,frui ht
CoUfltY 33-tf the Atadcmy, now occupied by Mr. Jas. M. Harris. ".nd For pay superintendents, naval constructors, and r
ferriages hire of
1t'ch __ --- _ LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES PASSED AT TilE purchaser horses, oxen,mules] all the civil establishment at the several
._ yards-sixty
.UoI R. J. H. ca ts wagons and boats for transportation of
SECOND SESSION TWENTV-THIP.D troops one thousand one hundred and dollars.
CHANDLER CONGRESS. eighty
EDWARD NOTICE. and supplies aud for garrison purpose, draya andI'aragt For provisions four hundred&fifty thousand dollar?.

ATTORNEY AT LAW. THE undersigned will apply, six weeks after the [Public. No. I.] at of tie lands.se.\eral fr the posts, hire deoar'inen of leamsfrs the transportation For repans of vessels in ordinary, and the repairs '
residence. liereot; to the honorable County Court of pay expenseof and wear and tear of vessels in commission uina
his An Act ,
at making appropriations ior the current cx sailing a public between the
J10ffice O f Leon County for permission transport several hundred and ;
to sell four
h 18 a Lots Nos. 195 I seventy thousand dollars.
'e 4 197 I penses of iho Indian Department for the year posts on the Gulf! of M"xico, and procuring water at
'l'snah-- 196 and 198, in the city of Tallahassee, being such t For medicines and surgical instruments, ho,pitaj '
1835. posts as from their situation require it, the
SAMUEL B. STEPHENS, part of the real estate Antonio Lambert, deed. to be" of I.8 000. sum stores, and other expenses on account of the sick for ,
at Law. Bold for the purpose satisfying; the debts of the deed. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresentatives For,continences of thf ty thousand dollars.
thousand
ten dollars.
Attorney ,
R. B. BULL ) of t the United States of Amer- army For improvement and repairs of the na
in aiiincy, Gadsden Coun- For the national armories, three hundred and thir- necessary
himself
AS located of JOHN LAMBERT.Adra\ rs. vy yard at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, thirty nine
Court
in the Ap- ajn Cancress assembled That the following ty-thousand: dollars.
R \nlt wil1 p-a.-nce April 9 35-tf thousand nice hundred and twenty five dollars. 7
of Gadsden, Leon and be and For annflpnent of new fortifications one hundred
Courts
1..ana'the Superior MILL sums they are hereby appropriated, to thousand: doPars. For improtement and necessary repairs of the na

5 r'rkSOD Counues' SAWS, be paid out of any mony in the Treasury, not For arsen.ils, ninety-four thousand three hundred vy yard at Clarlestown, Massachusetts, ninety-nine t.
1-lycar and
American Circular thousand five
Jwu.tr) :! BOTH English Saws, otherwise appropriated for the current expenses and thirtyfourdol'as.For hundred dollars.
\\ Wining Gudgeons, Files and other For '
'mprovemennd
of the
J 'IES1SCOTqTroR.Y machinery :or Saw Mills, either on hand or furnishedat of the Indian Department for the year one the current expenses of the ordnance service, yard at Brooklyn New necessary York.forty repairs six thousand navy '

.iT L.iW. moderate prices by GEO LANMAN. thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, "'Z. sixtv For eight thousand four hundred dollavs. one hundred and twenty dollars.
arrearages prior to the first of July eighteen
, locatc.1 himself Monticcllo, Jefferson April 9 35tfEl&ction Fer the pay of the Superintendent of Indian hundred and fifteen, payable through the office of For improvement and necessary repairs of the aa -

HA\'I\G ,, tenders his professional ser- Notice. Affairs, and the several Indian Agents, as pro- the Third Auditor, in addition to an unexpended v-ana yard at Philadelphia dollars. three thousand five hnndre4. .

nets to the Cozens Vnlt"courls; of the of Territory the Counties generally.of Lron He, |<|J"OTICE is hereby given, that an Election for Del vided by the act of the thirtieth of Juno, one balance nine dollars of three thousand two hundred the and sevemy- For twenty improv nt and necessary repairs of the navy

TT.il. practice and thc Courts of Thomas legate to Congress from the Territory of Florida thousand eight hundred and thirty four, fifteen thousand dollars.seventy-four cents, sum of two ya-d at Washington, ten thjus"nd do:Hrs. .

Jefferson l.uJ> Gads.ien, olso tenders his sei\'ices will be held in the county of Leon on Monday thc 3d thousand dollars. For between thc first of eighteen For improvement and necessary repairs of the navv -
arrearages July,
GeorgillIe
Lwnds, him. day of May next, at the following Precincts viz yard at Gosport Virginia, one hundred thousand ,
and and :
cOlicetor plctlres hundr l and
1, nc n For the of subagents allowed by the seventeen payable through the office of
1" pcrSt1\15 in "c\er Olnce in MooT I. At St. Marks under the superintendence of Robert pay the Second thousand four hundred and rify dollars.
.1ld ntlcntwr. Auditor one five hundred dol
SI 1\5 to Funtuahty Slur -S, C. F. Ducrr, and Wm. C Miller. same act, ten thousand five hundred dollar For improvement and necessary repairs of the navy -

tl tll4. ((19-tf 2 Walker's store, under the superintendence of For the pay interpreters allowed by the lars.For payments in lieu clo'hinjto discharged soldiers yard at Pensacola forty four thousand six hundred '-

rkc.20 T. Jeff. Gicen, N. W. Walker,andV.. C. Campbell. same act, seven thousand five hundred dollar--. thirty hoti aiid dollars! dollars. _
itV J.II E. 3. At Winslow's, under the of Eli For repairs of building and{ preservation of a ver-
superintendence be ir further
tV Sec.'J. And en-icted That the babn "
oC For -e -
: Indians auThorized the .
sha Winslow Isaiah Pendarvis presents to by &\Jtt S.ickett's Harbor 5\e hundred dollars.! '
and
Luv in the Courts of MuleFloritb. Daniel S. Rich-, thirtv-cUht! thousand three hundred and. seventy-
TllL PRACTICE five For ordnance! and ordnance fifteen thou- :
unison. same act, thousand dollars. stores 1
.Jack n County n.ul the Court n ne do'lariaml fiftv-t.v> cents, which now stands to '(
; 4. At Blochei's, under the superintendence of John For the purchase of provisions for Indian, the credit: of"iywn-ics and prem.ums; ," on tie! I took sand dollars. f .;

o\p'a\: \ J-OFFICE. .Tallahassee.: ,: Dlorker, Torn Peter Chaires, and Solomon Walker. at the distribution annuities, while on visits of the Trea-"U'y, appropriated for the serie of eighteen llovuiiK For defraying expenses. hat may accrue for the oW
.isif.1t. VtF /
.JlIly 1' ISSI. 5 At Tallahassee, under the superintendence of hundred and thirty-three and which: ss m>: wanted purposes, i' t
business with the superintendantaand (>' thf nvijirai'ltr: 'u< materials and
: C. \\.illi'uncJobn Rcannd'\Vm. Hilliard. agents : poriatKm ;-f
for that objecr, in cotwqmmcc of the change ,
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BI ;t'rIIELOT.rOCNtLLOR 6. At Edwin Hart's and when assembled busincsseleven st rvs f every. dkcription, for wharfage, and dockage t. '.,
J.lES II under the superintendence on ;public made in the mode o''enlisting, by the act of *>-oiiil .
:IIHM and[ rent, of officers
travlIing.
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AND ATTOR HAT LAtV,) Edwin Hart Hardy Whitaker, and S. Parkhill. I thoiHond eight hundred dollars. March eighteen hundred and thirt\ .thrcc, the Mini of l of expenses 1 .t
( 7. At TatumX under the I dollars. band the "is heci' dneftnl! au< 11"n'j"/I.t:1i"n: ?eimen, house rent, chamber t $
superintendence of John
Thf fifty-four same
Court of Appeals '- For y I
in the and rent and fuel xril fti.! an.I.ardleb! officers '
'LL practice: postage, stationary !:) >'ie-/, tv other than 'I
I 1I
117 of Leon Gadsden, nllil Jnok1 ; Tatiun, James: C.itncron, and Samuel S.ixon. i t\ be trarwfe'red to the credit of two in-'n'hs' .>xira
,
V Suinrior Court' (or offices authorized the act of June I I 'ho>' .v'ri.-j"l'orm-y; yards and stations, and for
8. At Stewart's under the as by second March d iiit :nuidrc'l and I .
Territory of Florida ; and in tin Supci ior superintendence of H. pay, per act 'cn I I.t'1i.cr" jrpfir s i -rhrsvherc there a: aisaqd
; hosp
i r C. Willie James Stewart and James thirtieth thousand hundred and thiN thirtv.threeand the oi'tntcen th-m-iiul ,
counties, of the Southt'rIl111111'jt1 rs, Kendrick. one eight su :; MX; f.lfor :
clf Timmasi: Dccatiir ;:; -e.s, commissionsclere hire,and
I 9. At Parish's, store, under the superintendence of hundred and sixty dollars ih veJit ot!!'-rxp.ir.'sofrccruitin '
circuit of the Stat t'"f G Cllr"ia. Residence ty-four, three thousand dollars. riico: it-lit--.\ : ,marv and f'iel t., navy agents, for '
| 1:tf Rich'd Parish, Joseph Joyner, and George E. Dennis. tob; uv l lo- lv* r cruttiivj s,iv L-o
:>
Xn''mb'd:;J 183 For contingences of the Indian Departmentfour lremi'l'-a.; and met VntrJ 1 expenisesol recruiting forfuthc.l I'
rallnltaHlr 10. At I lav is', under the superintendence of John of one thousand eigh.; luiivlrnr' mul thirty' -ii/r. iteer. for
:; -11; rs, compensation to judgei .:
JOhN ,J. DAMS Havis, Rru'jcn Manning:, and John H. Sheehec.II. thousand dollars. Approved January 27. 1S35.; : ..uc.tti, !f--r per d em allowsucv to personS attendc. ;;

: I 1. At A. Crnmarl r's, urdcr the superintendenceof Approved January 27 1835. ".. .) T'M tnartial and courts of in juiry, and for of2cr 7#:

(.iTrOU-YRl' jr L.jir,) I A. Croinartic,Wm. ftol>erts, and J. L. Vickers. fPubliNo .1.' ., cn'i:ed on extra servce. _beyond the limits of t-i
it' from Cluinc-y to Apiulachir-Ja! ,". 12. At Magnolia, under the superintendance of h' il' lor and
tmarr [Public No. 2.] I Irev.Iutioaary iiioris printing s ationary of evry :
for the ute
An Art j .
HAS will regularly ttl'lld.the. Courts held ftt thc Benjamin Byrd, L. Crook, and R. Paramor. Mtkinpporopriations payment. li'-riptnnr: and f book1*, map-, charts, ma.herfiati-
An Act for the completion and other ; of the U M-'i i
making an appropriation pensioners I ,
atftutiicy and M.iruunn ; an.l the aimiul: term Given under my hand this > c-i1 and :1.I'Ile: inMrumrn's, chronometers models, :
Lay, of the Barracks New Orleans: State, for the one lh'I\h!.vJ. eight hiuulu-d awl :1
i\.d- military at I year
Tallahassee. Lttttrs Dili of 1815. }
of the Court! 41t A ppeals at day April, and dr.H'n-s; for pirch.ise and repair ot fire and "

tiri-jicdtnliimpo5f, paid, wIBIe attended to. L. A. THOMPSON, Judge. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of thiity-ttv Be it unacted the Senate and Houe 0tRepeentativcs srca'n engine0, and for machinery, for the purpose ;

.Feiiry7Lh: 1831 [2Gtf April 35-td. _ Representatives of the United States of Amer by ;i.d 111"int : :mce of oxen and horses, and for carts, } ;
-- ofthe United States of Amer and workmens
wheel"
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toosofevery descrip :i-
A CHn.HAMLIN BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION ica in assembled That the of -
Congress sum ka in Congress. assembled.That) the follow ti.ii tor potv.e of letters on public service, for pilot- -

V. SNBLL T) the Stock will of be the East Florida Rail Road Company one hundred and seven thousand five hundred sums he, nul th*. same are hereby, appropr'! io age :and towing ship of war, for cobin furniture oC ; :
opened nt the Central Bank of
.UT.Jl."tr .1 T .IP.IL.ICIIICOLJ, Fin Florida the first day of May next, and continue dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated be paid oat of any moneylii the Ficasuty not otherwise vessels. in commission, and for furniture o( officers' .:;7-
:OHVS in navy yard; fir taxes on navy yards and ..
United
of the
111I'ld 10 b'isinc<" confided '.o him with ind USIT open firSOdiys( under the direction Commissioners and made payable out of any money in the States appropnateil fr: the ,"one for the thoasanl pensioners eijjhi hundred and }>uMie: property: for assistance rendered to vessels :nil _.:t

an rt'iipiu':!.?%: IXf. Cl.st i 19tf appointed by the act incorporatiug said Company. Treasury not otherwise appropriated for thc fiv year 'tN's.'; for inci kntal labor at naY jrireh not appli-!

dtrt1l'CCIL1ilESandJAS. D \ EST- April 2, 1835. 34tdNOTICE. completionot Barracks at New\ Orleans. thirty FOJ the rt-vo'.utionary! pensioners, under the several I. ci'4, any other appropriation, for coat and other

CUTT. Jr., Ebo-up's. under the direction of the Secretary at U-are l act5 prior to thit: of ihc seventh of June, one thou- ,, f ic. 1"r. for:: s foundries aid steam engines for can-
.! il and fuel for vessels] in
commission
(I iociie.Thsu'criiicr for subscription to the Stock of theUnion January 27 1835. sand ci, ht hundred and thirty-two, in aidition to .it I I Uo-t for prer
i'Ve.h
;. BOOKS : in Approved, unexpended balance of two hundred and sevcnfv- i j.ui'rt'uouMvlor t ships to be built,and for no. other ,
Company Territory of Florida
au3 i (..,' \;h -ten:., iwo hundred and ninety-five thou-
has received utTers three P'Ifj
: just wiH-be opened to-morrow at 10 o'clock at the officeof three ihousind nttd five dollars and fifty cemsthe I .
:1"li! dollars.I'tr
20 bbls. Irish Potat'x40 -' Win. Wilson Esq. and continue open sixty days. Public. No. 3. sum of four hundred and t'iy-cig.ttkusani, nine for hereinto- '
March appropriations for the of hundred and ninety-nine dollars, and f rtysevcncen's. contibg'nt: expenses obj-cls not
27.
h! "ix rine Flour, Tallahassee, 33-tf AL Act malrinir support i tnh11uI! '(: three thousand dollars.I .

j\IC5 Chcc.e, Territory of Florida. the army and f.r the year. one thousand "eight hun For. the invalid pensioners, und T various ..:.*. in I Ftr p:):; i It> "tHccrs, mniIssIoned.officers-to ,
10 d S.ntch10Ju. T1iriin" dred thirtyfive.Be
>) -. an-l privates and for subsistence
ini-ciin
In the Gad dt11 Court. addition to an unexpended balance of sixty nine > ; of the
Sjtrrm Ciiitdks( 1ItT"tlD. Jr,im, Bryan Groom"1 Superior it enacted by the Senate and House of thousand seven hundred and twenty-five d,>l'ar'he' ,' o'li'-iv:: ,*'tilt j onriuecorps, one hundred and six .'.

30 dn.?--np, and I Representatives of the United States of America sum of two mdred and ibrty-oae thousand: two nuu I t'!-oi.< lliou.iml seven hundred and forty-nine do-:
2 z do. M-i.amti Piucs, JaftlCSliIl.CompbinJ.nts .
dred and nineteen dollars. l.irir; .l t'r .fh-e cents.
l
SO kec Lird vs. J ) IX CHANCERY. in Congress assembled, That the following I ; :
Ja= '%'. F.xum For psiois to widows and orphans in addition. to T-ir the subsistence of the- commissioned
10 do.t, .iicn Huttcr, J,11'1 rhn} s. ) sums be and they are herehy rpproprtated three thousand live han- non
balance of
I.OJ and Jotcph UIKS, Defendants. J an unexpended nf.i: ;,:J-stii, 'il i I.m":1 privates,and washerwomen 1}
ih5.
C01 t(.ln SL1t.vit I ,
be out of in ths the
to Treasury dollars-and
paid any money dred and t-i hiy four -r.-n necent s,
\ :.UII! ,"rt1f'lIt! : uf oiacr: (j rocci"<*, f'.r iun' ; It rjipcarirg to thc satisfaction rf the Co'irt um.If S/'J. of < i.1! dii'1 i serving on shore, and for servants, .
.111': JutL'Sl Clill ,tJIi'... that 'ohn Piin;nn resides out of this Territory, and not otherwise appropriated, fur the support of thirtv-thixv tIIHI.'JIId five hundred and sixty-five :

G'OUGC II. I.1NDENPEtIEt.TaiLihasec tluit James 'V. Hxum aid Joseph llucslivcout 'if this tho army for the year on" thonsand eight hun Approved, January 27. 183.5.fPublic .);l.rsn.j! i fyy: cents. ;i

3t 81. January ?.-)..). 2j tf Di&tiHjt' but in the County. Jackson, in the Western dred and thirty five-that is to sa) : I Fur doUiijiij! tliijty,eight thosand seven hunilnil .

N. B. TIle suWribcr returns 1 his sine re acknowl- !not of Florida, For the pay of tlm arm) nine hundred and No 5.] and &le'".tnd,1Ibrgand twenty five cents .

''l'.,...ii'rstorthc very extensive patronage he has do It H:, therefore and ordered the tint unless said defendants herein eighty-seven thousand and forty five dollars.! An Act tn- alovfurther time incomplete the i issuing I For luc!, Lrieeu thousand one hundred and six- !
answer complainants Jjill i
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tr 'e.tunj appear I rnd Joe of land warrants during the
en 1ikd.cs 1 binltthttnnthing iii' sang military : ,
Auh L on > part, cm or bt-forc the first Monday of> September next, that For subsistence of officers, thiec hundird 1 itc'v.Mr.He f tv. 'tx d-il'ar! .
>c uaai;: r to please the ia i
: people gcr.cr.t1. the will be tnkon ccnfcsso against them, and Fur ir.iaspartation; and recruiting, six thousand J
0. H. I.. same pro and fourteen thousand eight hundred itnd ninety ft nacted by the Senate and House < fIlepjf. I
0
it i is further. ordered" that' copy of. this.order. be published II..t!:l'".'.'. -
ADMINISTRATOR'S I ?;')T ICE. I in syuiv no\\spap\r pnnuvlnt-lailanassee, once I -nine dollars. .>en .ifiveJ, of the United Slates of A- i Inr nwiicncs hospital stores, surgical instruments

ILL persons indebted to'the estate of "r 11.1.1\', I n vctk fur four months successively. \\hich is ordered For forage officers sixty thousand three merh-a in Congress assembled That tin ac* pay of m'\t..m and acting h 6ptta,8tewa.nl.! '

A' J. WATSO.V, laic of Jackson county, deceased, nccnrdinKlv. THO.S. RANDALL, Judge. I. hundred and thirty-one dollars. : entitled: "Aa Act to allow further time t.i complete I i to.ir; thMiivTi'il one hundred and thirty-nine dollars ;

."r.q'cited ti nuke imnicili.ite payment to the un.N __April. 10 35-4m I For clothing for officc r,' servants, twenty- th" issuing; niul locating ot"inihta v land '..vuant," :ati.i I\\'enlv.fh'c cents. .
::oH. as ind'jlzencc c.\nn't be ; and those the twcntf-sixih day of ,May, one tliounujcuhl
| approved
} jivcn ; NOTICE. ; F')r c ,LitiUVtt: expenses seventeen thousand .
dollars.
krtn four thousand eight hundred and ten |
J".nand
: ; inslK-xi ]Fwmtncmdnly authenticate! within the time nrcKfiixJ S IX weeks after date, application will be made to For subsistence, exclusive of that of officers ot'the act apj'u ved the f.venly-.ouril; day oi'i! nic jiui'.drctt and seventy-sevendollarand ninety. i iI

by law, u- they will ho f ircvor barrel. the lion the County Court ot Gadsden county, in addition to an unexpended balance of sev- Februar, '':lC thou-sTiid eight hundred anti ninten three cents. I ir

THOMAS WHITE, for Letters of Administration on the estate Captain 'h t'h, 1'V said a- t onctlholt.a.nd eight hundred anal r i (For military stores, pay of armorers, keeping i
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Administrator ex officio. John Hills, late of said county, deceased. enty-five thousand dollars, the sum of three tw2nv-tu.; i> revived, lv, and lhe said acts are ''sere- arm* in repair* drums, fives. flag accoutrements. ; ','
.lril.nI11, 29ADMINISfflATOItS Dor 1831 1'21.1\\1 JONATHAN ROBINSON. hundred and forty-one thousand seven hundred by, extended ami euntinued in t'nroe for the trrm of 311rJa.ince: t stiretwo inousana* dollars.Tor : 'l"

G.\ sden county March 18. I83.i. ((32-Gw) dollars. five years from and after the twenty-sixth daot. May ,:' repair of barracks three thousand dollars. *
SALE OF
I ADMIl\ISTRATOR'S NOTICE For clothing of tho army, camp and garrison last I I' For cmnpleliujj the naval magizines authorised J tI

NEGROES. i A LL persons having claims against the estate of equipage, cooking utensil, hospital furniture, Approved January 27, 1S35. I to be built ne.ir Boston, Massachusetts, and New ': 1I

WILL be sold al Public Auction, to the highest A. Siuur.icK ROGERS, deceased, nre required to thousand I York, for enclosing and providing convenient ac- t
hundred tour
and
&c.
iCli'lKf irc r"y *11M in Tallahassee! on Sa- resent them duly authenticated within tire time prescribed &c., one fifty Public. No. 6.] I cus-i: tot.emseYen! thousand five hundred dollars. : f f"Ir

:ftU'e.25lhof next, between tho usual hours, by Uw -Tlrose indebted to thc estate, arc requested three hundred and eighty seven dollars. ; ;
the An Act to extend the time of issuing military lad ;: r ci>!ui[>ltfm! the naval hospitals near Boston ;
f.lowing .NUGRO SLAVED Mon-ing to the to make immediate payment. For tho medical and hospital department, ;,
tstateot warrants to the officers and soldiers of the revolutionary New York, ami Pensacola, building the necessary
d"Ht"ry a NegroVomaii Mashburn late of Gadsden county, March-21, 1S35. [3t-8arl: ) R. D. ROGERS. thirty-one thousand five hundred dollars. army, out louses and appendages,and t enclosing them :

tree Children Elias a fine called boy about Either IS, with her of LIST OF LETTERS For various expenses in the qunitermaster's Be it enacted by the Senate and House of,,: twenty! .thoiksand seven hundred dollars !

"t March years in the Post Office at stationary of the United States of A- : For the of the hospital near Norfolk and "
a boy about 6 years, and Billy uhout one REMAINING Quincy department, \'izru l, forage, straw, Representatives repair
feat. Ter7nl '/Sat-One.tIild cash, the balance at ; on the first day of April, blanks and printing; repairing and enlarging merica in Congress assembled, That the tme it< enclosures dependencies one thousand dollars.

t2flonth, Wlt" eight per cent interest and approved 1SJ5, tv Inch if not taken out before the 30th day of storehouses hospitals allowed for issuing military land warrants M the ofli- For repairing enclosures and graduating the I ;

?1rsonal security,with morte?,,e on thc egroes-the Junco, 1835, will be sent to the General PostOfiice barracks, quarters, cers and soldiers of the revolationary army shall be ground about the navy asylum, near Philadelphia, '.

derofJj serp\yinfor aU necess.-i.-y: papers. Sold by as dead Lttttrs. at the various posts; erecting temporary extended to the first day of January, eighteen huu- I ihiee thousand five hundred dollars. ;

hn Carnoclan. Adminisirator.f30id A \lcI vcr, Alexander cantonments at such posts as shall be occu- drcd and forty.Approved .. For completing the payments which will be dueon i

.tta.rch,1835. | R. J. HACKLEY.HOTEL Anderson Armistead John Fabian Marr Muse, &sarah Forman, 2 pied during the year, including huts for the January 27, 1835. contract for iron tanks* made Under the act of

NIXON'S Alley, F. F.Armstray. Monroe, Thomas dr 'goons, and gun-houses at the Atlantic posts the tenth July, one thousand_ eight hucdred'and

John E. N and those on the Gulf of Mexico, with the necessary [Public ]No. 7.] thirty-two, 6000.
ITIlE'jO\\'N
OF QUINCY B Nilson, Solomon tools and materials; providing mate- Au Act for the final adjustment of claims to landsin For continuing the survey of the c ast of the

subscriber respectfully Burton, Tenerton P the State of Louisona. United States thirty thousand dollars. .
inrorms the Bcill, Duncan Pots, James R. rials for the authorized furnituro of the rooms Be it enacted by the Senate and House .f For arrearages for defraying extra services and ; : .
that he has
public again and j
a House Public Entertainment in opcne thc Balclc John G. 2 Picket Bright of non-commissioned officers soldiers Representarives ofthe United States of America expenses of the officers of the navy engaged in the J '

Q.uI, and hopes by his usual attention to Black, James Philips, Esther 2 rent of quarters barracks and storehouses, and in Congress assembled, That any personor survey of the coasts Dad harbors of the United ..

l r &iTe a liberal ihare of public patron- Beck, Elizabeth Pope, Wm.R grounds far summer cantonments and encampments persons having claims to lands i# the State of States, f for the year one thousand eight hundred i

S,4 7uTlngleUcly purchase from Mr. Jas. M. HarM I' Booth Berrinan, William Elias Read, John! including a farm at Fort Monroefor Louisanua, whose claims have been recognised by thirty, one thousand five hundred dollare. i

\n u-r c and< wromodious House formerly occu- C I Robertson, Mary military prcctice; postage og public letters former laws as valid, but which have not hereto For the purchase of a lithographic press for the t

R7i25'aniknownM the Q.uincy Hotel I, and. Choese Nicholas U. 2 Rowell, Valentine of courts martial and fore been confirmed to the grantees or their legal Navy Department for expenses of the same foroneyearI000 ,
J61 his former stand at the corner of J ef-- ] 2 and packets; expenses representatives, be and they are hereby, authorizedto 1

Ltd. t\dams' streets he will be prepared to actrtvellcrs Cherry Craldick, John James V. Ragals, Margaret S courts inquiry, including the compensation present their claims to the register und receiver of Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following i

pthtt and families visiting the place, D Smiley, John A. 5Jweet' judge advocates, members and witnesses; the land office in which the land may lie, within two sums being the unexpended balances of :
rooms the of this act, together with the
tablts Dickson Aaran James L. to soldiers, under au act Congress years frein pasage former which have been carried to t
extra appropriations,
shall
pay of the and it
are in same,
Iat large, and will be attended by fi tItS written testimony support
rI T Dickson, John Sweet, A. S. second March eighteeen hundred and of the surplus fund be and the same 1 '-
and M formerly, will be kept filled with of the be the duty of the register and receiver to record in a thc account ,
r. J. M. NIXON. Deceit, Washington Scott, R.John nineteen, expenses of expresses from the-frontier book to be kept by them for that purpose, the notice are hereby re-apprdpriated to be paid out of any
,Florid Dickson, Wartho Smith, of laborers claim together with the evidence in the Treasury-viz. .
March 13. 1835. (32-3m Smith E s. of escorts to paymasters, hire of e\ery so preferred unappropriated money
S lXOnths Dickson, R. S. ,Roderick posts extra clerks in the in support of the same; and the said registerand For the purchase of timber to rebuild the frigate '.
Vcr? dlle, we hall submit our ac- E Shaw compensation to receiver hereby rurthcr authorized to re.il -
are authorized the
:L:aad Vouches M Executors cf the estate of Edwaids, CullinG Shock, O. W. office of the quartermaster general, and in the ceiv any evidence for and on behalf of other individuals Java, and the sloop tenth Cyanne, hundred and by '
r deceased act of July the ,eighteen thirty- ;
It ,to the Court Stevens, Henry such
Co Hon. the County offices of the quartermasters and assistants at il who may resist the confirmation of any three hundred -
Unty orLcon, and apply for adischa.rge.JAS. Grant, Joshua / T be claim either on their own behalf, or that of the Uni- two the sum of forty six thousand, ;

J. LESTER Gregory, Jesan Thomas, Mary post where the duties cannot performed ted States, and cause to be taken any evidence which and thirty two dollars and three cents. A

'VII. LESTER. } Executor Graham, T. B. Towers, Geo. M. without such aid, and to temporary agents in shall be deemed necessary and proper by them to For purchase of iron tanks for tbe use of .

!I st 1835. 32-6ms Harris, J. B. U charge dismantled' works and in the perfor- have such claim properly and justly settled, and to the Navy, as authorized by the act ot tenth of July -

__ Hubbard, Wm. II. 1 Ussary, ElizabethI of other duties, coffins a nd other article have the same likewise recorded in said book, for eighteen hundred and thirty two, the sum of
maace
ti 0 Book Binding.respectfully W the interment of'non commissioned which service, in recording the applicants title papers three hundred and fifty-one dollars, and sixty-five
BALDWIN[ Ingram, John Winn & Batch, necessary at and evidence, they shall be entitled to receive from .
the informs his Crends J Weaks, James officers and soldiers, and purchase for hundred cents. .
of 25
4. public said applicant at the rate cts. every
nook general that he has re-com- Wilcocks Junes For providing fixtures, furniture, and apparatus ,..
4 ,
Bindin Johnson, Joseph various other expenditures necessary words.
; in this city in the store now ef horses, and for the at Philadelphia as autho .
Winn Thus: B. it shall be navy aSYlum ,
,
Ja.tnes Jordon Daniel it enacted That
2. be .
And
Sec. further ,
S. ,
Lynn All tho regiment of draggoons I .
tho I -
Esq. orders for bind- hundred
iI1 ;
to keep of tenth
rJ r ecuted with Jerrott, Hiram Wilkinson, Richard the duty of the registers and receivers of the land i rized bo the act July eighteen .
$ to aw-aw and despatch. Old L Woolen, John complete, in addition to an unexpendsd balance office, at or before the beginning ->f ach session of, and thirty-twu, one thousand three hundred and -

:; SffiS:, March"r pattern 7th required.'-tf. Laneir, JohnLarrimore Wooten, J. A.Younge. of twenty thousand dollars, the sum of Congress thereafter, to make to the Secretary of the sixty-two dollars, and thirty-three cents. _' "

_____a&r -_- J. H. T. Y $312000.For Treasury a report of the claims which may have Fur covering preserving ships in ordinary, I ,",

v- NOTICE. Luck wood, J. D Davii D. the allowance made to the officers for the transportatiOn been presentI I before them, together with the tesL- authorized by the act of March eleventh, eighteen -' ":
'
term of Leon Court M Young, Maltha accompanied by their opinions of the validityof thousand six. bun- :.,:'
; County at ad. of their baggage, when traveling on duty molly, hundred and thirty. two
'iQittr&toon .,
theEstatcofdeorgeDeweyI Martin, Martin I [7b Letters-35-3\\]. officere each claim, and such other information respectingthem -'"
and
$ I without troops, and allowances to on topographical said dred and fii\./ three dollars eighty-eigbtceD
ID which
I y outtte and vouchers for ettIem cut. McIlTamJohnsUmPersons and superintending working parties, as may be in tneir possession, report 1856. '

4 1- 7 31 24 JOS. w. KLEIN.ITh say advertised-/calling for the above letters will pleaseM.BJUE.P.M.. i .y wee duty thousand dollars. Eft1l, by.tie Secretary of the Treasury! be laid be-: Approved.Fe). I3tb -. -



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:.'.-JIIf' r"- 1..i.._ I For placing four bus at proper sites in the \ '"My Lords and Gentlemer- resolve on maintaining their- seals against the de- I ist-} iiT* Q Ml_-the AAVJf'fact 0, fftifl4 3 ,:"!
mil of the Commons, as well as of the people aOUt t that M
of cjared
-,' [Public. No. 17.J I channel at the east end of St. George's island, Ap' The information received from the Governors Gkfonicie. Mole [ ud. not agree each r'
Colonies with the acts passed in execution : of these kiugdoms.-.1IIOT2tht less Persil. among ."
sit hundred dollars. together
Ad ACt ma\ffng appropriations for building light palachicnla bay, my 1.-The conversation in the
Mafth fOle
of the law for abolition'of slavery, will London, betty to grant an.
tx&ts beacons nnd monuments, and placing For placing buoys to mark the channel through I amnesty, the one Oi -
,: House of Lords last night was very important. the other by a vote of the
: for the thousand hundred the east Appalachicola bay and river, one ,be community to you. Chabs"
buoys, year one eight pass I have observedthe Lord Brougham askefcthe Duke of Wellington! i Ministry went asunder Tit
with satisfaction that
It is much o
and and tor other thousand dollars. rok'
thirtyfive, purposes.B I of the Colonial Legislatures if in the present mlSt important and cntlcl as'pect I Sunday, and on Monday morn in* M
it" enacted by the Senate and House of TERRITORY OF MICHIGAN general concurrence of affairs nl St. Petersburg, there was any i comm'.nded the task of Putting hal engho

Representatives of the United States of .\ rnci I For placing ten buoys to mark the channel at .. in giving eflect to this important measure the; Minister and he drew a picture of the I istration not too disagreeable to the ttgthe 11 r
which appointed, Coar
I in assembled That the follow- the mouth of the Micmi of( Lake Erie, and in Mau- I and notwithstanding the difficulties with admitted to be required for the | certain courtiers wufi such of the Tier)b.O .
ca Congress reason" universally
I mee bay seven hundred dollais. i subject is necessarily attended, I have seen no persfln lend themselves to the :
ing appropriations be and the same are hereby I of favourable occasion-one of"fit rank, approved ability, ma- : I.
For erecting a light-house at Mobile Point e'ght to'abate my earnest hopes a that however,.state, that he had a7ain
Duke denied
Yhade and, directed to be paid out oi any moneyin I thousand dollars and for placing buoys, in Mobile I I ture, and tried discretion. The and that I had b en ltrstc3 to abandone .
ISU( there. What!
Treasury otherwise appropriate!, to enable assured of there was thing extraordinary I L Feb. Manha
not i Bay, five hundred dollars. Under all circumstances )'IH may l>e any Lnf W.-The Paris &
the Secretary of the Treasury to provide by For the of Fairwcathcr Island, and I my anXOUR! desire, and unceasing efort fully tore when the Austrian Emperor is dead and a person I morning informs, that the French MinI eelV
for boats beacons, and : preservation almost without ordinary faculties succeed. What! rag to divide on the
contract, building light the and other public buildings thereon !lise the benevolent intentions of question of the tobacco TerUr.
and bUOYS to wit. i light-house of when fleet is ordered befure Constantinople to Jy were defeated by majority of
placing our 101.
monuments and securing Black Rock harbor, two thousandsix There are many important subjects! some i this division will not a have It i***no
MAI I Parliament watch Russia.London any effect
STATE or -
which have undergone discussion in on te
hundred dollars.ApprovedMarch. already: of the
administration
For; placing buoys in St. George's river to wit: I 3d.Fram the adjustment of which, at as early a March 11.-Consols have been done Humann ; It is U1fficlt to see

on Jenk'a Colmel'a, Gay's Cove, and Fullerton's r period as is consistent with the mature considerJtitluR :for money at the reduced price of 95 5 8, and frI !i selling which proposes the monopoly to do without brought the two hi

J ledges and Point of Rocks seven,hundred dollars.and the A'eto York Journal of Commerce. of them, would b of great advantage to.the I account at 91 7-8; they coe exactya8 they Bonds I suy. In Pans J is sapposrd that thuT. th X retadministration .
For Passamaquody hay yesterday. The
buoys
placing interest. I will, mail
public
ONE MONTH LATER. ROM EUROPE. probilitr, learf thOf.t
for substituting for the present fog bell, at the entrance After have received, Among the first, in point of ungency, "is the and Exchequer bills has increased 2s to 3s. tion of the vote 1 favor of the Atmrjcj to _

of said a cast steel triangular bell, a long interregnum state of the tithe question in Ireland, and the means It is reported that the \Emperor Austriahas the government expecte. giajraihici; ;
l dates
or a bell of the usuarforin. but increased weight by packets arrived yesterday, Liverpool the 9th to of an equitable and final;adjustment ol it. given a virtual pledge of his intention to pur- I Pari Feb. 26 -A of documents ,
March London Pans
12th. the 11th to
to erecting which had been d .
I. one thousand five hundred dollaas. s will be proposed for consideration sue the same course of politics ton previously ;ribu'ed loalhh :a
and Madrid the 1st.rrhe Roscoe, Captain your I have
'On ledges of to chalked out underHhe Administration of the late ben demanded by the members of ep I
For placing buoys or spindles Delano sailed from .March 12th-the which will have for their respective objects, tee Bill the .
Liverpool relative to the
: tocks called Fishing rocks, and Old Prince, at the the commutation of es in England Emperor, by p ,intment of MeJternicii !- American
I harbor Caledonia, February 21st, and the Utica, from to promote tit confrmmg.then have been accordingly laid befor- ;;ad
Kenebunk and Porrxse I the administration and Diplomaticfunctionaries. ]
3, entrance Cape Havre, February 28th. The packets of the 1st -to: improve OU'civil jurisprudence, and l11mstrml pers have been separate'y' them1t| .p
five hundred dollars. of in ecclesiastical causes-to and are said to have thrown
f' For the erection f three beacons on the following are no: yet in. that have whole month's news make provision justice lor the more effectual maintainancc London, ,March 11.-A petition from lower Ca- Question, as far as regards consderablehighton the: impnrtan ;te

I I sites, in the harbor of Castine, viz. one on Otter by Considering these arrivals, there we is less interest: than might ecclesiastical discipline, and to relieve those who nadv, presented last night by Mr. Roebuck,gave debt due by France. It appears, however, tht.te

t rock' one on Homer's ledge, 2nd one on have been dissent from the doctrines' or discipline of the rise'to a long debate I was stated by lulsrr. have not modified the opinions of the m '- j
$ Stubb's Point l ledge, three thousand dtllars. expected. acted Church from the necessity of celebrating ceremony that Commissioners had been sent to that Colony committee, which are st 11 in favor of Ortro***

I ''t For the erection ofbuovs on Alden'a ledge at The American Indemnity bill had not been find of marriage according to its rites.I with very ample powers, and it was hoped that it I the twenty. five mil1i.f. demanded by the U*rSatn 0

the mouth of Portland harbor fifteen thoussud dollars. !- upon by the Chamber of Deputies, nor do we A I! 'have not yet received the report from the wonld be successful in effecl.ng reconciliation but Commissioners it must also :; e r< eo !L.-"i; 'h't eight of the n.'H'-" I
I that the Committee had made their report. : appo-rrrd: D examine
Paris date of Feb. 26th remarks that they would Commissioners appointed: to enquire into the state between the colonists and the mother cuntry. their eCUOn :::1. the B: I.
** its
For placing buoys on Heron Island ledge at the would it i of municipal Corporations, but I have reason to Loncol March 11.-The motion of the Mar bcfJe : ed puce ad snl e
do in about which
so a fortnight carry .
I mouth of Damanscotta river and on Western i i'I' the date to which ; advices extends believe it will be made, and that I shall be enabledto t for repeal of the Malt-tax has The most imp-r1n umong the documents (,
beyond our present
'I' rock, Eastern rock, and Kellsa's ledge, in said rirer I The members or the Committee had called communicate it to you at an early period. I been lost by a majority of 350 to 192, or 158. have lic-n communicated to the comrai.te- Which

: ; a Bum not not exceeding five hundred dollars. for additional I have adpointed a Commission for considering I The number of members present-542, is greater .printed and annexed to the relrtlr.d the wilfl tt

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS I The papers.-Ministry in England had been the state of the several diocesses in England and I than we anticipated. will Se deposled at the of.e \ rem/in',Wh
I For placing buoys to wit, on West Island ledge new Tor.V' matter of Wales, with reference to the amount of their revenue Ministers are indebted for their victory to the I ,1"' may bexnmined. y thedepw f: t

t on Nye's ledge and on the northwest and South- twice tHe election defeated-once in the the important House of Commonsbut and to the more equal distribution of the I Reformers rather than to the Tories, though we the vote on and the Bill. It 1 Marce tharfnnmbi\te-are t
Speaker to deputies, particularly J }
\.I I West end olMaltppoiselt ledge on Sunken ledge, episcopal duties-the state of the cathedral and are aware that many pledges given by Tory members M in : 1 ofT cf FrzJlmeard 1
evinced intention to Blry
no resign.A arc tion 1l'
j &nd on Snow's rock, seven hundred dollars. debate of some interest took place in the collegiate churches, with a view to the suggestionot at the late election have been violated. It is documents not Known roie: : committee: rearke but_ l't

J For completing the erection of a spindle on Mi French Chamber of Peers, Feb. 23d, on the Slavery such measures as may render them most conducive no ju tifcltiof their conduct tfnt five millionsof I: will be brouirhf forv>rd m il.} course of'Ih" 'i'\4

n.U. T' report is expec: i t.) 1 tlt-, .

': t't For a stone beacon en Colliers !ledge Vineyard in favor of emancipation, and of the I and for devising the best mode of providing for collected at less charge than any other, not more a fortnight.Tuzilo.t ,. -. b I

fl j t sound, one thousand five hundred dollars. warmly of the English This M. de Rignywas I the cure of souls, with reference to the residencesof than 150,000that the Finances would realiy! lI F ':. 24.-We arc issr.nti that: M.Munoa ; f

r I I' For placing buoys at or near the following sites success fir from system. the Clergy in their respective benefices. benefit little ,by the eal-hat! we must suhsti I len sent to.t-,, ". ,m.H 'XV..T of( the Bellonafo :

toor nar the harbor of Lynn: one on Lobsters doing.LIVERPOOL 2.The wind I The especial objects which I have in view in tute a Property-tax or break faith with the public! I gate whihas! ,.u t i ir uor: for Mahon )
a March having
of the I main ihei- in :srder to kce-- in. AnT t
ck; the west side Nahant, one on obs-rvar-cnthe
; h) near Commission is extend creditor.
I the of the to
appointment
settled in the eaiit, nearly one hundred sail of vessels dron .. )
the mouth I I squ 'lliCI
rocKn on the sandbar at fran 1 'lt-ezvr"t lrtbt
western one March 10.
HOUSE OF LORDS
I -
i more widely the means of religious worship according On the .. :
coasters to -am" .
including put sea yesterday. I -' ers lii. l t'
sites arllr. en
other isspdfseveral
Sauger'a$ river and such as Lord wished to ask some questions of :
I Brougham
'J ,
upon
r I Established Church
to the doctrines of the i ..-
Some of these vessels had been wind bound tor mara inii3r. >am .ms be held
: safe five hundred the noble duke H.* had read in the ; tf .n read-ns- rf
publ.cpapers
be 1r navigation o'poitc.
map necessary neatly a month. I and to confirm its hold upon the venerat.onand: o uct until th? i issup hull be :.i.' Of the pel&
of Austria and
: dollars. the demise of the Emperor r
On last fire broke in the town of affection of my people.I dicassnn rrtwcer. Irane ?r.d te U. Sta es,
out
be 'accd at ot near theharhor'of Monday a he wished to know whether it was the intention of "
S For two boat buoys to ; Pari.*. Varc'i 5. There n
feel it also incumbent to call are --ryblc
hundred dollar Peterborough, which in a t few hours destroyed upon me yourearnest government to recommend to the successor to the Imperial acc-jq; .
I Nantucket thf Munit"iir of tae
others. attention to the condition of the Church of Throne take into consideration the situati coorre.cc "t t1. g' ont
five houses besides damaging to
For buoys )in the harbor of New Bed- sixty; many 1 Africircoast. POR V-'J L. t .
placing of hours from I Scotland, and to the means by which it may be 'of those princes and nobles who had for so many '
Thus, in.the short two ( a .' .. te
sites wit Fort flat, space : ), Ffi- 23 -Th of
(ord the following to : on 1i. i '
on : and imprisonment I r'r ( Iti5r"
of the
twelve o'clockat enabled to increase the opportunities religious years been subjected to most unjust ;
quarter past ten to a qnarter past ere ; .
con
ftear-Fairhaven m K rg island, on Butler's flat, on whether the of the b"eil: emplation l S1C 'ehtsatenr: : : .
: and .
I Bartholomew's rock" on Saniispit shoal, southeast noon) 66 families, consisting of 300 individualswere worship for the poorer classes of society in that fl-'t; from secondly Malta, to. the Dardanelles sailing was u. I;I tak n .!ace. T..e D!..C of Palm*''... ..?, .,.,.-'.. _r l ; I.
driven from their houses and habitations, part of the united kingdom.It English the hire Mmi.-ter for :f-'ureign AtLirs- the Bshcso 4.a
rofl south :
of Dumpling! nx-k, on tie Sunken :*, the of some warlike manifestation by
Dumpling rucks, and 1 on the ledge between and lost all they possessed. The Don pottery, has been my duty, on this occasion, to direct I apprehension ol the northern courts' Countra Ins bean ra :ed ( the peer: ,and, u, .C.
which cost 20.000some time since, has your consideration to various important matters I any cons?qiien.-e, h -s resigned th H')me bep14mttwhich ,
neary
: with
'.4 Dumpling rocks and Mishone point, one thousand The Duke Wellington! ad that rc pet t.
: f.t
has been "
p and doNars.I % been sold under a commission of bankruptcy (Tor connected with our domestic policy.I I the first question, he cou'd' only say that the news of given, to Frcir-tho Ltte hasten, f.t
fifty as von Kmw Minis *r of Marine: awl Count ViBi I fet
rely with entire confidence on willing cooperation -I whuh the nublc and learned
3,0001- your the melancholy event
I For erecting beacons and placing buoys on pro- t Re: h is hern appo uted to the! ofte .! left
of in perfecting nil such measures as : Lord had ailuJed had reached the only l nraa:
sites Buzzard's two thousand dollars. The Duke of Gordon had bcea robbed jewelry may government I W. 'ire here thy Tho- Cortes t
iu Iny perte quiet. aid the
Joer .
J, sunken rock to to the amount of 10,0001.A he calculated to remove just causes of complaint, vcserday, aud i' was rather too much to xpe.'t for I in '(' I I.
For beacon a G'\-eren appear.at presento perfect anuon.
spindle on
go
or
buoy, and to the concord and of him to be able to state in so sr! a tim-; what the ;intention :
letter from of 9th of
Massachusetts Florence, the Fvhrucry, promote happiness my SPA IN. "
t mouth Green bay Plymouth -
near: the of minister might be towards his augu-i suecessor. .
that the 7th 50 minutes 7 in the subjects. I The Journal of Saragossa of the 19th -b
hundred and fifty dollars. says on at past English hastk t I
With the of -
one
?
t to
STATE or COHNECTICUT. evening, several shocks of ap earthquake had been I rely also, with confidence, on the caution and fleet, he had respect only to say f'vemtn that no apnr.urasions; fou\\!! mg, dated head-quarters."ihe: et J1V' '3d 1 I 1I)

; For a spIndle on the point of rocks near the t fdt there. No damage had been done, except trcumspection which you will apply your- .. whateverwere entertained respecting the conduct of attached great importance to the capture ol M-CJIJ! n

I mouth entrance of Mystic river, a short distance some trifling injury tothe Castles of Lucco and of laws, which affect very the northern courts. In a short time a noble Lord but their atta.-ks weie' r'pus'dwith: reltIc: ;t'ru'
or '
t easterly from the lighthonse on Morgan's Vechio, nor had any persons been hurt. extensive and complicated interests, and are interwoven near him (Londonderry would proceed to th.Court i I General garrison.-Accordi'g Lorenzo arrived to a at report Maesta of on General the Th,"tfe,1: rl J
hundred and.fit OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. I with ancient to which the habits at St. Petersburg, and he was quite sure that anything
point, in the town Grottrn two usages ha\-.ng he iten ihe insurgents in the passage of i> ;'
ty tlullars. LIVERPOOL, March Parliament was opened and feelings of my people have conformed. of an nnpleasan" nature need not be antcipatedfrom quisas and Santa Cruz de Campcza. On the 9'.

4 For a light.boat, with a hell to be attached to with the usual! pomp and formality, on Tuesday I feel assured that it will h our.common objectin COMMUNICATION'that quarter. Lords of the Lorenzo followed the movements of the enemy. T.t:

tie s'mc, and anchored Bartlett's reef five thou FelL 26, by the King in person. His Majesty, supplying that which may be defective, or renovating Admiralty : circulated WITH IsD\-The a circumstantial programme action lasted from el/-en in. the morr.irg nil elevs; CrI '
tand dollars. on his progress to and arrival at the Parliament that which may be impaired,to strengthen of the contrmplated hl-e communication petweeii England at night. The enfrr.v lost iro men. On 'n'6hjBiscayan ; ;

For making a foundation, nnd rebuilding thereon house, was respectfully, if not enthnsiastically, received the foundations of those institutions in Church and India, by way of the Mediterranean, Isth- insurgenttt'a" i '1 *hecwa c: O.-dsa, f'..

a beacon, near tire entranre oi'Black Hock harbor by his loyal subjects, who, whatever might and State which are the inheritance and birth- must of Suez and R"d. Sea. From this jt appears but L'.n'hii were ,repulstd Fe'} 23.by I1om'nc -"*;:: :'. fin.

i in Lung Island bound, in addition to a former have been their feelings, touching the recent cx- riglit of my people ; and which, amidst all the vicissitudes that after'the 2d of March, six vessel,equipped on a of information, wT- :.virwnssourci. : Rassf3aa}
t
it
ar wri' ,
;.
thousand hundred and ercise of the prerogative the disnussalorthe Mel. of public till, have jj urcJ., under the ue\ piinciplc, to act cipher as steam, or sailing packets : TV
uppropriation, seven seven Pmssia have at !vf, r. :.vrd: ::' '1. tbepaciiaisBof :
blessings of Almighty God, the truest are to be T hey will touch at Cadiz,
bourne and in the dissolution of the first guaranteesof thIn
ten dollars. Ministry Gibralter empoyed. Spain: inrl ih : *:.3r ; -" e:1.aives: of kese JWT-
their rics their and their Cephalonia, ar.d_ various
STATE or RHODE IsI.\ D. Reformed House of Commons, never firgct, even 1? rights, reigion. Greek Islands, on their to exandna. The i I ers h'ive airc>"!r r '- l'.t I instructions to.cmmtccme -

; For the erection of iron spindles on the Halfwayrock while disapproving those acts, that William the The cong paragraph was spoken by la effectual transpor across voyage the Isthmus'of Suez is arranged -' r.i ih he' D..k.; A "VVtltington on 'hcsa'jectrnothing t ri
.1 Fourth the nation debt for his jesty emphasis! and appeared can e djat v.-ithout the concurrence d t ti!" !
near the south "nd ot the Island of Prudencein owes a gratitude with the Pasha of'Egyp:; and on thitherside th
t Narragansctt bay. and the little Lime rock in early, and for a time consistent support of the make :powerful impression. Twice or thrice du of the E. I. Company have but rum large I country
the harbor Newport three hundred dollars.Forthe cause constitutional reform. ring the reading of the speech a cloud passed over steamers to ruu between the East Imlii PresiJenccs T/ie 'Qnidrup'c Alliance bd-: fir to !be shonlybsoh'cd 'lLc
I the'sun and thus His Majesty and Suez to ;hi and at !least a, far as the hare of Enlandiconcerned.
erection of a beacon on the rock near THE KING'S SPEECH. obscnclilhe page. so as med Europeans complete The ickade of Bilboa COI1.1Dnwd other tn!
perceiving \\'!at had caused the temporary their ulterior obje& ts.-The whole will odupy ) ,
Lords and Gentlemen
JSaat Greenwich, called the Halfway rock from "My ion ports of Biscay and Galicta, lately decbredbvRi! lore
twelve fifteen montlis.
harbor "I avail myself of the earliest opportunity of shade, raised"the pap'T: so as to catch the light to I Edict in
Neck Pattawomct
Ihc Warwick point to Masses tie Spain, will no Tonsr.T be supported inarr
Capture cf a an: of
I in Parliament after recurredto better, and continued reliiig-After: the speechhad BrWsf'usl r ThisiJi
fire hundred dollars. meeting you having Crew \ ZealandThe latest from shape or way by the Britis'i Governmen'
(
by accounts
,t STATE OF NEW JERSEY.I the sense of my people. been concluded, his Ma jei.V' again rose, (the Vien Dicman's* 'tC Land stat the particulars of the i it should} be ; and we hail the fact as a presa of by,
/tha
You will I confident in the peers, ambassadors, &c.. having risen) and departed / that beneficial policy' which for the last four jjai ca
I For placing four buoys on Absecum" and New am fully participate: capture of the Harriet, Capt. Quart!, and the massacre -
Jnlet, Gloucester county, fc ur hundred dollars. regret which I feel at the destruction, by accident from the house, accompanied in th same man- [ of twelve of her crew, by the New Zealander, England has, to her jnisfortnne and dr.gniel ror
STATE or ARTL.uiD. al fire, of that part of the ancient Palace yf Westminster ncr ai on entering by the great oii.'cers of the had created a great sensation in the Colony. The deprived of the benefit.-Lndan Jgc-(Tcrg apt') tri

I For placing buoys at proper sites in the following which has been long appropriated to the State and household. His Majesty was oil ihe vessel went on shore, and the creww landed;havinrsa.cd ATHENS, Jan. 21,1833.. GREECE.-The fates:inieaispKKccived th.'
of the two Houses of Parliament. throne about minutes, the speech having j ammunition and several mus ucts. About 240Datives
rivers viz. Nanticoke, Wicomino, Manokiti, use twenty < from the Morea represents that pen.a-nli tc mal
I with tomahawKs attacked
Annamusox, aud Pocomoke river and sound, Hoo I Upon the occurrence of this calamity I gave occupied nearly a quarter of an hour in reading. and hilled several, Capt. Guard and and be 10 avery disturbed state; and it appears;: tiat B

: per'd straits,and Tangier sound, one thousand and immediate directions that the best provisions of The speaker and mentions of'the commons then his men the, bodies up in car'mglht11 away and, her I the districts of M sscina, which were tast :rear c? the

fifty dollars. which the circumstances of the case would admit departed. and the house adjourned until five o'. child cutting\vvrtJ twice knocked down, but the remainderof scone of civil discord, discontent is mos' opcnlyBC' t'li..

STATE OF VIRGINIA. should be made for your present meeting, and it clock, when their lordships again assembled.: the creV f'Ught their way through the ifestcd. len

For a light boat to be placed on Bolei's rock'iu will be my wish to adopt such plans for your per- THE KING'S ANSWER TO THE HOUSEOF been reduCd from :twenty eight to fonrcen natha'inO \ The basis of the treaty have been entered, hi'-u fcr: ** ma

the Happa'hnncnck river five thousand dollars. manent accommodation as shall be deemed, on COMMONS' ADDRESS. I and escaped by meanS of a body of friendly tribe of twe-n establishment our govennent and George Cochrane betrca vie
of line of pa-kets
steam
Far be sites intUe your joint consideration to be most andconvenient. I thank for the which Islanders. attack Jia" also been made upon a
three buoys to placed on proper fitting you sincerely assurances Al ana Marseiles, Malta, At 'ens, Lvra and Turkey. lici\
I. chancel ot Chincoteage Inlet, four hundred you have given me, in this loyal and dutiful Ad- her British vessel, but the/ol"Illlered the ship without TURKEY. in :
facts have
, und fifty cloH! fS. I will give directions that there be laid before dress, of your disposition to co-operate with me killing any of the crew. Thee Van Disman's come TuEMExncocs CONFLAGRATION-.-T'.vo thircsoft* 133
I of the
For three 5uoys to be placed: on proper sites in you the report made to me by the Privy Council, in the improvement, with a view to the main len- to Land the knowledge he had despatched a body! of to New I city of Adrianople the quarters mJlal.etl! the

the channel Mattapungo Inlet four hundred and in reference to the origin of the fire, and the evidence acc of our institutions in Church and State. Zealand, as was fully expected, with the troops intention of I Greeksvereon .rhe'2i'h Feh. destroy?,*lv-R--f saId D Anthe
dollars. which that report was founded. I with that do with value of English manufactures destrtyeJ is
fifty upon lear regret you not concur these islands, especially as il \ & known ,
capturing
t' ., For a light boat lobe anchored at or near Raged The assurances which I receive from my allies, me as to the policy of the appeal which I have recently more civilized part of the population\ jtppliedto have Advices amounted from to 2,000 000 piastres.iSh Januarys*

!: point in the Potomac river, in the State ol f and generally from all foreign princes and states, made to the sense of my people.I be place under the protection of the British government. that the insurrection Consar.'inople in Albania to was at:saenA an
Virginia, or the crection ofa light honse at Piney of their earnest desire to cultivate the relations of never have exercised and I never will exercise Should this L>e effected, the trade between Sic

pdint, In the State Maryland which of the two amity, and to maintain with me the most fnendly any of the prerogatives which I hold, excepting New Zealand and the Colonies of Van Uiente'i's Frauds in the Wiae T"l .-G v-cfacrrv \ J imp
above mentioned best for the understanding, justify, on the confident for the of the Land and New South Wales would be greatly in* RetJ
tfghtft as adapted security my part, single purpose promoting great end ; creased. itself often pasred; off for champsffne UP.lll.r

navigation, to be decided by.the Sec- expectations of the continuance of the blessingsof for which they are intrusted to me, the public : London, March 5..-The following intelligence from inexperienced, and the full; price of [the g1tr.' siar.

rotary of tbe Treasury five thousand dollars. peace. good ; and I confidently trust that no measure, Levant has betl brought by a vessel which left Alexandria wine exaci'sd. The very Iwtlcs! are tOU "r' ana

I STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. The single exception to the general tranquilityof' conducive to the general interests, will be endan- on the 23ct of and has just arrived for tilt purpose of filling with gooseberry w*; 000

t Par light.boat to be placed on a proper site Europe, is the civil contest which still prevails gered or interrupted in its progress by the opportunity in France; after Januar .-"As soon a the'I and thee corked to resemble champs;e-. rye

between Aibemarle and Pamlico sounds five thou- in some of the northern provinces of Spain. which I have afforded to my faithful and departure of the English squadron was known at most wretched wine that could be but 10 t an t:

t, a'nl dollars. I will give directions that there be laid before loyal subjects of expressing their opinions, throughthe Constantinople, three British ships of war passed the at franc bottle is known J fore

Kor building a tight boat to be stationed at or you articles which I have concluded with my allies choice of their representatives in Parliament. Dardanelles, and have, it i is sad, cast anchor at M-- im country ortetl to a throw out the' wine, and ofilaili; } V,
the King of the French the Queen the House Commons. The Re tilene. A fourth ship, the straits at the ,
:1..1r Harbor Issland five thousand dollars. Regentof Speaker of of des with from the OOSebC5J up,

STATE SOUTH CAROLINA.Tor Spain, the Queen of Portugal, which are sup former carried their candidate for Speaker, Mr. same Admiral time, is gone at Malta to take has sent up her notice station of at Tcneo.The move- which profit champagne of forty or fitty{ s 8DtTerldul, AugdediIr. .
!
placing three buoys at the"bar of the port plimentary to the treaty: of April, 1834-andarc Abercromby, by a majority of 10 votes, thus: ments to London. On the 28th of January, the squadron may he made. In France thiwiflC l nri'

.M'lA-orgelown, on proper sites four .hundred and intended to facilitate the complete attainment of For Mr. Abercromby 316 of Josias Rowley, had been several days at Malta. tern ted by the grower, who has rfce wine.or n j

ii-'v iolars.! the object contemplated by that treaty. For Sir C. M. Sutton 306 The retreat of the English squadron is attributed I ous qnalities, and is interested infthe l rtii"- .

for placing three buoys on pr per sites in the I have to repeat the expressions of my regret to a promise made by Russia to the Porte, to relieve I sells the inferior kinds for what theyr1An Inoul
that the relations between Holland and for Mr. it from the of the English >j .price It j islind
10
north Charleston harbor, four hundred and fifty Belgium. Majority Abercromby .l importunate presence I advertiser of the "best champagne
dollar still remain unsettled. On! the announcement of the division, the cheer -a promise, fulfilment of which is due to EP'1 ,

For one buoy on north Edisto bar, one in the Gentlemen of the House of Commons, both within and without the House were deafen the goo will of Wellington Ministry I at which suffered it could to obtain hardly.verdict purchaswjat* ,!f|' f etnpt
fleet was a
I: have directed the estimates fur the .1fardl t.-Oui his suddenly been I ( eX'I
,'.vash'channel Combahee two on South Edis- ensuing ing beyond precedent.
on
recalled from resume its station off the I weekly periodical some time sgo, becausfncrdia--
V) bar, two on the Bird Key channel, and one in year to be prepared and to be laid before you Second defeat of Ministers.-In' the House of mouth of the Dardanelles, in consequence of fresh posed the deception. It was still! more tlptblic TV
.
Calibago sound, one thousand and fifty dollars. without delay. Commons Fe! 26th, after a debate of three daysan I disturbances at Constantinople, fomented by Russia.A that no defence was made, as it bie'pt ec1iIoZli
ary a5
For five beacon lights at Charleston bar five They have been framed with the strictest attention amendment to the Address in reply to the I I Russian fleet is reported to have sailed through, duty to make one, and a hundred rr I

thousand dollars if so much be necessary; one to economy, and I have the satisfaction of acquainting King's Speech, moved by Lord Morpeth, was car- that is, to have forced, the Bosphorus. could have proved that the best chafle 3 ten

light Lobe so placed as to range precisely with the you, that the total amount of the demands ned: against :Ministers by a majority of 7. DEATH OF THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA.The not to be at such a rate IB J ;ce.So.

inaw light, when a vessel shall be crossing the bar fur |the public service will be less on the London, March) 1.-We are happy to be able to Moniteur of March 7th,contains telegraphic purchased and notoriously are these 'uds pflp

ut the ship channd and in the deepest water; two present than it has been on any former occasion say after duly considering the in Par despatch from the French Charge dAffairs at Vienna impudently avowed that thrre1J'C
proceeding stating that the Emperor of Austria died sud- tised and so boldly! are they 'an4
to be placed on Morris' Island, to with each within our recent experience. I lament of the past week, with :n Publicans' Guide* torac-
range denly at one o'clock in the morning of the 3d inst. books published, called 1CI
other When a vessel shall be crossing the overall The satisfactory state of the trade and commerce :I our power, that they inspire in us perfect confidence He was in his 67th year, and had been Emperor first "Licensed Victuallers' Directors," m "bich 1ai

channel) and in the deepest water, one to be placed of the country, and of the public revenue, as to the duration of the Peel Ministry. Sir of Germany and then of Austria, siace He is I i most infamous receipts imaginable are jid.Jol Laatuni113]

on the eastward of Fort Moultric; .and another tot fully justifies the expection that, notwithstanding Robert himselfsaid at Tamworth-"I hope! shall' succeeded by his son Ferdinand, now 1801 years of swindle' their tneae. n

.e placed on the back of Sullivan's Island, or on the reductions in taxation which} were made in the succeed, and I think I shall." His hopes and expectations age. This event, it is probable, will cause a great mends to wine customers.eJ afltb <

the main, to range when a vessel shall have croscd I last session, and which, when they shall have I seem certain of beinp realzed change in the future policy of the empire, a the pre. I port cask with twelve gallons ol f suw* e

the bar and is steering northward. taken full effect, will tend to diminish the existing In the house of Lords he has, eoune a ma- sent tmperor IS said to entertain a strong dislike a- six phuring rectified a three.of cognac br3fl4'

STATE OF OHIO. surol s of the public revenue, there will remain a and a majority so decided, that no divisionwas gainst Prince Metternich.FRANCE. two office rough spirit cid r making satjv rOnh

For placing not.less than five buoys at the entrance sufficient balance to meet the additional annual. ventured upon. We are of opinion that noattempt' London, February 23.The: disorganization in the which cost about eighteen shillings doze*of'

of San dusk. harbor five hundred dollars. charge 'which will arise Parliament from providing compensation i I of "the* kind will b made during the session. French Cabinet is such, that a change of D most considerable I Ier receipt is forty-five gallons ot cldrrjoes stt.I .

For placing two buoys at port Clinton, at the granted by on account of extent i expected as soon as the Chambers dy, eight of port wine, two gallons :W.d
I
mouth of portage river,on hundred and fifty dolJars. !- the abolition slavery, throughout the British do i We have no fear then in the Lords. In the have decided the American indemnity. Then in two gallons of water, and the liquor p

STATE or LOUISIANA. I minions. I Commons minister were beaten, to the everlasting I : mentioned a the probable Presidents of the I If the color is not good, tincture J 'aJJ
For the of replacing the twenty buoys i 1 deeply lament that the agricultural interest I disgrace the House in the choice of a Speaker, Council are M. Humann, M. Dupin, or Cout Mole! cudbear is directed to be addednit 0Tt.iI 31 '

that were on purpose the coast of Louisana to mark out : continues in state. of great depression.I ana a pensioned hack of the Duke of Devonshire but dlfculUts. attached to the choice 0 any of the bottled in a few days, and a pOO'J 1 \is.

The channel from the vicinity of the light-house on recommend to your consideration whether it exhibits his sallow and money.hunting.counte The French Chamber of Deputies, Feb. 25th, chu being added to each, a fine crus T1tt J

Point all Fer, into the Atchafaytla Bay, or so many may not be in your power after providing for the I a c as that of the first gentleman of ng and. Bankruptcy Law, and adjourned its sittings pased.the ance on the bottles will follow! quicklyof d. p1
:
of them fcs'may be sunk or have been destroyed exigencies the public service- and consistently This disgrace the House of Commons inflicted M. Huan having previously presented the accounts the corks being soaked in a etrocg i .

'. a sum not exceeding two thousand five hundred with the steadfast maintenance of the public credit upon itself by a majority of cen.-e-Tor the year 1833, which are given at lengthin Brazil wood and a little alum vail!Imp plett tairai

: JoUars. ; to device a method lor mitigating the pressure paper.London. the Moniteur.-The suspension of th sittingswas interesting process, and,give oode
; TERRITORY or Fixmnu. of those local charges which bear heavily on the I March? 3.-From what has occurred because no one of committees wa ready of Oak-bark, alder, Bra ivtC :
age.
..r For plaang eight buoys in St. Marks harbor, owners the burden-v and occupiers them of lands,-and! for distributing during the last week, both in and out of Parlias report.Letters from Paris to March 9th bid us rely on turn.sale, are all. used in making fictiILol, t 14 r:tA

v.tpropcr tee eight hundred cob! move-equally over other disctjptions went it iainanifest that tjie Ministers have Redding. .
::4 of property. present tfee accounts given in the Courier Francois, of Alia- wine.-Cyrus

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by the Secretary-f Wu -to Gen Call '
ih -which he Florida. The that I
report intended
proposes to send an Engineer thig fall, to the attack tomake apersonal PJtAZER MAGAZINE.. TO PLANTERS. .. .
siIIAN : whole survey upon CoL! White, or anyone alse, ia also false. i In an article entitled "The Seng"orItaI wo find
1L route. But to lib great astonishment he found I did intend had not CoL"Vhite'l NEGRO'Clothing,swh as Hat, Shoe, Woolfetfs )
the Delegate opposed.to the measure.-But f't this place as a translation of Petrarch's Sonnet to the Fouqtain of Cotton Sheeting Brogans, Bagging
?
he dd
Al'1J.W UiIIS as it will be found by his circular letter urging, on Sunday morning for the.East to- have sen Vaucfase,so beautiful that we cannot refrain from cxtracting Bole Rope aod Twine,wiH be furnished on aa favora. J

APRIL 25.tention commence about a Rail Roadto him a note, requiring him to retract some personal and ble terms as they can be procured from tho' factory fat

SATURDAY, fifty miles above Jacksonville on slanderous remarks of his published In it.Visions the North. The subscriber haiJ some orders for
tile Floridian.
of lore dwell
the St. !
; visit his old John's and terminate some where on the ye these articles for next Falls consumption,and will fur- 1
Col. to 1 W. WYATT. In still enshrined.
of
Wakasassa Bay or Suwannee the memory nish others by leaving orders his in Tallahas. *
former at sure
; is
place I Tallahassee
and tobve.ceen 2W Here, as she once reclined
of Gadsden County April, 1835. ,
end said to be GEO. LANMAN. ,
in the upper the election. He owned by himself and Gen. Clinch, where A shower of blossoms OD her bosom fell! see.
1iedS 1D0re of Leo, before they are now laying out a Town. This Road will And while th' enamoured tree, April 24th, 1935. 35tf J
which sits on
to Alachua Court also pass through the Arerlondo FOR THE FLORIDIJUf. From all its branches thus 1
large ,
gone grant of land FOR NEW YORK.
aS bot'tfer return here to the election, which TO THE VOTERS OF FLORIDA. I Rained odoriferous
intends to in the Delegate will ,
i'I ?i ondJYI and having made engagements to be atauincy Thus it is that the interest not deny his interest in. It is: now evident that the contest for Congress is She sat, unconscious, all humility. DAILY expected from Mobikr the ,

cello, It isneccsS1t'j great of the Territory between Mixt with her hair those SCHOONER LUCINDA, she will receeiva .
btossocfts
to Mon< he; week of the election. and of the General Wyatt and hie, and all those who wish : golden sweet
Court during East all theocr Government, as well as thf flour ,the Territory Like pearls on amber seemed ; immediate despatch for New York. For I
as represented fine
for him to go further ishing Town of Jacksonville, must be made subservient by a scholar and accomplished Some their allegiance deemed freight or passage apply to the captain on board or to I 4I

; Counties cf East Florida are decidedly for to the vile speculations of some two or three and orator, must vote for Wyatt. His skill Due to her flcmrrig robe and lovely fect : j St. Marks April. 25 1835 tf KERR & STURGES

accuracy in composition, his.general experience Others, disporting, took *

men.The and knowledge of the Constitution and laws Their course adown the brook: PUBLIC NOTICEIs I

I t.mTo POLu1-It! is now on the eve of the Election three thousand Delegate disregarded the interest of at least liarly qualify him for the station. We have: but peen-one Others! aloft, wafted in airy sport hereby given by the proprietors of

Tr conscientiously say, that during the inhabitants within the influence of the member, and if we wish to be successfully Seemed to proclaim, "To-day Love holds his the Lanth in Middle Florida, known a> -

ad'e can lo influence ro mm's"ote rivers Suwannee and. Ocilla, sctforth by petitions ted we hust have a good speaker and writer.reprpsrn-Like merry ceurt." the Forbes' Purchase, that prcleminary ,
. have sought and resolutions for the are now making for the disposal of tho J
CJ1r *e supported Col. White, praying improvement of those all public men Maj. Wyatt has arrangements
have been
assailed and it and in the mean time those o rsons*vho
4 pern1eD.n.e important rivers, and had ten thousand dollari Fran the American Monthly. same ; are
IIJ Li 1nr eminently qualified by his la-' appropriated is now reported through Jackson
asv.l1 other
thought him for little County that in a TRUE LOVE. settled upon them as disposed to purchase
a
. btCusc'e to fill the station which he now 'I the creek the Ocldawaha, with letter to Charles Howard Esq. some words in are invited to apply to John Carnechan ar Rocky
in every And
influence rrhcrefore the
that's
experience of which but mourn love fled?-
kntS and 1'avc appealed to no popunnvpronstatlv two settlers are materially second line are misspelled.bm judging from his chaste Behold Comfort, to Peter Iitche} now m, mrn.Iy x ,ett.
we itassorre blessed
. Bat in so doing benefittcd (Gcn. Clinch and Col McIntosh dream, ed, or '.,the subscriber the ity Hotel. r'tahissee.! 4-
0id' I endeavored t ) and elegant specimens in the That the
'- .1: .".. Floridian, this must be on halt-shut has shed
-- fitcen eye ,
ao thousand '
1 rrtJuul : I : dollars nr>nrnnrtit, .fir. fi rr.-/! April ;5, IS35" [37lfl COLIN ITHEL.
*p.'lrtj which I ----- '- ta aV 4'4 false. If it is A but
unhapily -z-t---r'---- golden
ta as a
. thc flames discord, in that neighborhood reported he spelt you in that letter wandering gleam. .
13110 rekindle demoralising an influence I evidently intended only to y", it is no great affair as he Grand Consolidated
was Lottery.
.t&rS, exerted so I clean out the trees &c. for this Rail Road. probably practisingshort A holy light that breaks, perchance,

it rJorrotr communit) ).. Our editorial colums have bern No action was had the of hand by the time he gets to Ccngrcss, where I Through evening: vapors on the eye- SPLENDID SCHEME. .
subject
cS'this Cot White They arc our prirale properfcrowd the price of the pine upon lands. Nor will reducing be wish him to go. Napoleon, it is said, wrote so bad Then, glad of its telircrance! To be drawn at Alexandria, April 15th, 1835.riTAL .
none
1 to so hand that Floats, tn the blessed
ha'cnd will reserve for the ex- a no one could tell if he spell d properly, upward sky.
long as C \ PRIZES.
e i wr alwayS our Delegate is so deeply interested in those
P*hi but the Floridian has and Gen. Jackson writes energy with two n'sto makeit
;
I r dour private f pinions large Spanish grants, because to reduce the of .
price
: 'tssion all thc candidates, who .hn"cI more enegetic. If Maj. Wyatt drops the o in MARRIED, O,000,10000
e r. I ,:rneq\1l11) and
f :, left 11)their own resources to his own,. and those of his clients, who pay him for by C. E. Arled*.,c, Esq., Maj. JOHN L. TAYLOR, and
4,000 3,000 2,000
Wnat 5,000 10
:Ie 1. t D From the commencement of the canvas; protecting/ their interest. A motion was made the has White done for Leon County? It is true to Miss REBECCA! daughter of Martin Palmer Esq. ,

r..n "Tver doubted 1 the issue. We never doubted other day by our delegate, nnd which is now that fifty thousand dollars ha been appropriated for both of that place. 1,000, t'c. 4'c.
1I'r ,; nnd that pending improving the only harbor river in In Quincy: on the 19th inst. M. M.
round him the County for by Caswell,
WIUh! i rally Ten Dollars shares in
; the Tickets
ht IIIJ fril'nds ;ji Superior Court of this which I proportion. Bale of
t LI County, am informed the shipment of'our Esq., Judge WM. NORWOOD t"o Miss ELENOR
But now when products, but that is nothing. Tickets positively to close this evening.WAI. .
l majority. ..
f ;ier: "pulJ constitute .t : to go for- by a legal gentleman, will exempt Forbe's He got the law altered so as to allow the Townships J30UGLASS.Nrar) ': j WILSON:
\H-m-whcn is only nccesary purchase from Territorial and Rocky Comfort, on the 16th inst.. by the Rev.
"e County Taxes for .
for
"dory the of a defeat I a seminary to hi? located. ill small.. linHioc on/1 increased April 25th (37: 1
!1''It I let us not incur risque J -- ---- -v* 4..r Jesse Coe, BENJ. B. HAWKS Esq. to Miss EFFY .
I\td cute many years or at least until it can be
trlrd' Let every voter make a point of I measurably \ its value for education one hundred thousand MrLFAN, all of Gadsden County.DIED KIRKPATRICK i I IA .
suiIencSS disposed of. If a poor man has one eighth he must
If dollars. but education ,
idle( of the election, and the cause cramps and confines genius, _-.--- _' .
----
. d'ln hIS; .'utyon the dJ) I pay tax, whilst those who own a million and a half and the more we have the greater the evil. If a d beautiful deep red sorrel, now rising -

,:h. T..n til.cle.In _ m of acres mim pay nothing: the claimants btmafida, Fish Market called Bttlingssat', or the strand near In the Town of Ciiariahottchee, on the Hah ins?. I fi-ur years old, 15 hands high, and

I1.DW own the land and they should pay the taxes shall some timc be after a severe illness of 62 hours, Mr. HUBERT m hh hctiTth and vigor, will slard the '
White w docm it our Juiy personified into a man and called ensuing; season at Gadsden
Col. Quincy,
if 4tecnco of upon it. Again no action has been made the LONGNECUT, a native of Germany. Mr. L. was county, Florida
the communication ol Air.Whtc upon Jtiaj. Billinsi' alr, it is only a figure of speech. He the last of the at Mount Pleasant, Decatur county, Geo-, at Tallahassee. -
on workmen first !
cake a few remarks: sulrjcct cf tie school lands so vitally important to has Leon employed on the Apaj j Florida and will he let .
ns I is OJ.poq'"l to no plan for the inITliJ given /ovr members to the Council, but lachicoU Arsenal. Enterprising in his youth he with to Marcs at $7 thesin-

tire. wCo'. of the Territory of I'loiida.! the education of our children, nor has any been in this we do not value. Maj. Wyatt will have a Senate his wife kft their native country for a more desirable glc'Ieao-$10, the season, if paid at any time whbro the .

; lr.pro..eUltllt exerted fur the relation to our organick lands so as to constitute a and Home of Representative, (see his Circular) land, and settled in New York, where they remained season( $l- if paid after the season, expires, and $20to
If'. have been constantly i insure a niare to l he in fiat, which will become due
Senate and
his lkIog hinoUoouy thereby remedying the unwholsome stae and if Congress will not it will be a few years, but supposing a southern latitude would
n. >CT, and\ he has subjected pay, only twenty as so)n a$ the imrr is ascertained to be in foal
1jt be or
Trlimoti'J! : th:" U of our pr( -enl Lf gi>btion. In short, less has been thousand moic beneficial: his constitution, he came tr Florida -
dollars
;for ridicule: tci cin-.iire, by his ct- of taxes on the people. The people in the spring of 1833. parted with-AIo2" cenls lo the groom, to be. paid: -
that time
dene for to
the
real
more benefit of the but Subsequently
nSir.g di 111 reject'thai other I It was next to people, more for are rich and can spare that for the great principle ,ris life had bctn in every case a? soon :>s the service is rendered.
: : any frequently embittered: by aflict ion,
< -n'hi; speculators: than for Territory in the union. Ptdi&--t'.-T\irVjMirirk sired
Mr. Hawkins arrived atfron any considering our proximity to State government.Col. \ yet his existence was swectrned by the sympathies ofan was by Monsieur *
liin-K : 1.1Y, n: the time Our Delegate never fails to boast "of having done White obtained affectionate wife and hie Tonson, one of th i>ms t celebrated horses in the Stato .
for of cheered
some reserves seat spirits
a were by
in r mnUi he: b en p aml with a ccr- fur Florida of Vhpiaia: ,h\n.. rur Ton ln was by the Pacolet.
more than has
: been done for all the other and had the the smiles of nn wily child. To render these com-
to of Talla-
-r have obtained government granted City he by the irip" "f',1! h-rse Citizcn.he of .
4 lf tIle law: (!uc-titll1, to Territories fortablc. be the by Pacolet
let appeared to main of his
( put together us notes for object ex>r-
:: ,
cC'P compare !
hassee some grounds the fall which iuU he B..
embracing
theth til subjt*. owing to the water his last I inT: by Ilk ztrul by Goldolphm, A Arabian!
on ? words God
s:; cwn: of Con.rcs then havironly the two last session, and submit facts, and see if saved the people from taxation before the Union wife, child:"intelligent were "my my ,his d.xm by Top Galhnt, he by Gr Haiin, Gaflatm by J
i- Conrc-s my I
l iCTI' 1 lofthe 't's >nl this assertion is not like others that he makes. impelled Bedford i-r. qhIS
many: Bank went into operation when could bear grandam by Grey
not oven a they illy Industry, temperance, honesty, and eoodne of'
HrMnndid ?
ted I
:
t(1St1. !
.a-i possess Mkhian in 1834: received Mcdf.-y, miporuu 0 jn.1i.1ported Fcarnou hi. dam-
f Territory -
:y' fhonlcl ; appropriai it-but that is of no moment, when we reflect that heart worn the traits most conspicuous in Hc character I .
top ("r} ,::" the :law whch, he pro-pcwd Congress i (KC" public laws p's. 57 and.6 ) for Roads and Major will of the dcccnsed. DV II'-i'oJ, who ';a> : 'i by Diomed, 2d by Shark, 3d
in v.nUd talc had nothing Wyatt give Congress some new lights of : Clivr: *, -llli .uh !
-'-J:1' TLcoMUi! tt'-c' j Rivers S!6OOO.Arkansas. ;y by : 5aity Fearnought Gth by Ja- i'uumm
int. CTwththcmttr.LadCtJ. White rres''d it onJhrir State Rights and sound views of government. Some t; 7th by Whittiiision, Sth by Janus. Tom Tough

en illa, for it U.:st be recollected l that (see pages 9G and 102) for Roads and people arc so foolish! as to object to him because he Ice ICfIce! Ice ! vas gotten hy imported Escape out *f Col. Hoome'5
concrai.ua.i :
ant. lisr of > Rivers 812.000.Florida : was a Brick maker. There is no reason in thi, because IIn: subscriber his just received from the North I I'j --le'jratcd Fairy, she by old imported Bedford, out of
Stock-Jt-bbinq T1
tW York corarauies pccu- for Roadsand Rivers 817,000 $12,000 of Fifty Tons of ICE which is j'I '';cn. Spr[ .sw3o Ps imported Mambiina. Those who
the } It is'iWa having given up the trade and studi ,1 l politics: now stored at St. .
1I. 1 Iarsare: : r.oin thebcst odoar at Washingt..n. which, at thn discretion of the Pre id"nt, and not yet I his knowledge of sand and mortcr will enable him Marks nml.will sold on reasonable terms in quv.iI'I ftrc to s"e a more dt-tai'pil account of his pedigree
aliarquainteJ wi'h t- eir operations: at titics suit ;anti performmr, [M.>nsteur Tonson] are refcrfca to
?-: w I expended if it ilcansas had twice and to purchasers. Ite will be kept at the Confectiomiary j
was more to instructions about I
give correct
the d-that they require to be watched. I< it sti :auget laying a constitutional ui Tallahassee, for lie! supply of tin* SUfiner's Turftteite,, January No. 1932.
: Michigan nearly: four times as much as Florida. about the Capital. There is ,,. Mon=itir Trln"n'l"olts hare sold at
pavement high
d. fit nothinglike
Zen very
'adCM3 .VM.. Cp". .. -s .(.11 IJ' e soincthiiij R. K. [ Cili-I
4- i I For 18'Jj: : Michigan received, (seepages 46 and a good foundation. These grandecs living in 1 _April 28rh, IRS. T,7tf. prices : I s.iw their improvement he having; had last
I, '. v.... 1. *.%!.T.r 'Il'1... .1. ti) .:nv what. v.'crc thf* obt.c -
. I" "- J \ IJj) for Roads and Rivers 858,000. Arkansas (seepa.cs fill more winners than the get of any other horse in
, : they think of marble but if' .
of the If hey! are what thoy precr.dk : luxury, may pavements, I NO'1'IcE. America the hest evidence
however
, : ( e-2ipEny. of opinion
,
I GOOO
" J.T 17 10 and my
.16)) for Roads and Rivers $ (
the The Major 'Yyatt is e'ccted! -as I hope he will be, ifWhite's of him is that I
Jcrtr \. .''\ Isve lost nothing by dflay. During my absence from thTerritory. paid last November ten thousand :
rntof Congress V..i1IIHJ: If withheld! next winter. I Florida (see pages 17, 15, and .16)) 351,000. Michigan appropriations do not corrupt the people, he : Robert J. HackleyEsq. dollars cash for him. Chesterfield, Va. 8th Feb. 1831.

9JI!), Th?Editor is acquant-d with n.-any individuals I got this year nearly twice, and Arkansas four will give 'ihem a good Democratic pavement that will is hereby contituted my Agent and Attorney. W. R. JOHNSON.The .

: times as much as Florida. Add to this the fact that give them the and downs of life and teach them hl'cat'a1rllm of Kirkpatrick: purchased
T'cn "ruttuu, :.; the other company. Thcy are men act"t'1Hlll'd ups Apl 2- ll, 1855. 37-4w JESSE H. WILLIS.
crJl1me1'l'l'Hd anxious fur the Florida is a maritime: Territory, with a sea coast upwards that if they disregard the rights of the people they "- of Co 1. Hoome-s nf BowlinGreenf Va. at Ihe price of
the : in are STAG NOTICE. lO'll.) ,.hen a sma-l!1 colt and is descended
i of one thousand miles in extent and forming t: from his im-
will have road travel. All
a rough to things considered -
.utah,1rccs ( '1,:;?:l''.)':Ialf dIP oiiiLMiplat workrno; for Uic pJ 0iittwi1i pi"rtr,1 and highly approved stock of horses. Thus It
the grand link between the two great commercial I am for Maj. Wyat-, who is a disinterested The St. Marks via
afford but as a WIK uf tacii.at.iflg! comThey i u il! be seen that Kirkpatrick combines in an eminent
: quarters of the union. Michigan and Arkansas both and persecuted! patriot. I do no' believe he made will dK''ec two of the stocks
nhtrnIe3tin. i.avc abundance of capita! and _ _ ._ Magnolia, in future altfrnatc 'I mos approved horses inKalaud '
, and till!1 proceed in jrooJ fl: lh according to the terms of have a Senate, and their schools for the education of chargf-s against the Governor because he refused --.I-- with the Chattahoorhee or I and America, viz--The Medley and Diomedswk ,

itionpOT : their children in a flourishing condition.It him permission to sc'I whisky to the Indians. Nor Northern Sl\gp.-Lc3\.C Tallahassee every olhci day r *. JAS. H. T. LORIMER.. .
the Charcr soon as the necessary surv ys can: he I' at 7 Arrive St. Marks I G-idsihn Co. Flo. 25 1835. si
A. M. at 2r. : April
is true there arc no Spanish grants to be confirmI do I with Col. Williams in saying he is "un by M. 37tf
Intl.ti nude 1:is a nixtakc! however, to that theJouto agree leaves St. Marks 7 i
Returning
I suppose at A. ) Arrives at
u I in thc c Territories, and used up by litigation: ; worthy of credit," nor Gen. Fearcy in saying that Tallahassee 2 Retract rfa Ic'tnfrvm Col. Flirt.oj JV. Florida:
is already fixed, or ha they arc restricted by by p. M.
: tlisin t Charter.. 'We have 110 gnes'in' that the route !! nor Iocs either of their Delegates make money enough after he gave up his Tavern he sunk into obscurity. Scats taken at the City Hotel, TallihassccMr. I! :\.s r-firardsK.irkpatticIc have entertained a highojinion

I from Jaibouville j\' by the office to so to Italy once a year, en hi? "t-tcn He will yet rise and flutter. If Maj Wyatt is elected Harvey's, St. Mnrk=?, and the Post Office, Magnolia.Fare ; I, of him ; the first season on a short training u;
by Tal.ahassec to Cedar Riuff willlicLecnesekct.d lct the of him and Marion Pittman's
j pfd:
; di- 1 m outfit' of 10,00.1, 't gratify his curiosity." as tini&Ti is not agreetle to him, he will, I hope, though!: $ 2 50-3Kbs.( : of Baggage allowed to I colt, they
l tried of miles
: on a I-lIsh two when
The faor of wcr
::1 only a jjumcnt in i Kirk was too J
:ron each Passenger, and when tho Stare i is full
extra
calculated no
well ,
Circular is
The Del late to
gatc's the Union Bank
have distributed among his friends, fat t( run one, and! sustained himself well
shat coming out
other t tie: O'le frrom the neWM point on'iho SL: J..hns bag tP c ran be carried. All bagptge and parcels at i ,
tonl l : Ga'f: Mfxi-o, f.il'.s; to he sr 'Und when} it je'f11e1 deceive a superficial reader. He puts down nearlyall and among others give; for writing this article a the risk ofthic vutrs i about the same spice between them as they started-
:uirrd the appropriations that: ever have been made, and to WYANDOTTE. R. B. I Marion had! the order-Kirk was then turned out and
!! part SIMMS
r that the Suwai.nec I reached Agrit.
his i i il l river can c those that he thinks wiil be, together with a reservation Tallahassee, April 2., 15j.: 37tf 1' ;It very fat, had no exercise but walked to water -

l geofrrar I'j aVjut tie same
tap rjn along the roast until the remainder of the The following remarks are taken from a DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.FH1HE )r made t,' run him against J. Bullock's Slazy, dash ofa .

, henpcr. fad sbi'' be completed.: Tii"; experiment can be Federal Road, and the land reserved for the scat Liverpool paper of recent date: opartnorship heretofore existing under; the t: in::<% wh'u h hi brat her with the utmost ease, under .

,.} ,: :fad:: a: about the sninc: expense, \vi.h this advantage of Kotcriimcnt for the Territory, SOlS to b-ave an "Those who attribute the turbulence of Ireland JL firm of II. A. PIERSOX $; Go. is this day dissolved I a pull, in ocd tino. On training him the last season.
impression that it was done the last session or whilehe by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the firm, j I he was ukcn with the c-ofic, which I supposed would
i it
ce rcJ1:1 *'t \ IIi c
to.3.t 1 tar:: will: be faly: explained to the company, arid under an A t of Congress as late backs 1811, causes. The root of the evil is the same to II. A. Person, who is hereby duly authorised lion or,l medii-.al, assistance. And I know when he

! injS then: nadcmou!, tl.erc :.i little douLt in rrgardtomatedci Ten laid off physical condition of rhe people. Irish comfort to settle ll.e business of the same. rUt). he was in.no order, andVas held in by the rider. i
when the North Western iwry wa> now
the IIAVILAH A. PIER
t Kirk and
r .Ln. We OI. Slizy run on n heavy course little over
:iflafl ." md, k "d regret to see subject's oft the State: of Ohio. The appropriation for the Road I is English misery, and Irish misery is a SILAS M. GIBBS. mile-Tim.o !m. 13; sec. Tile colt I have Kirk's getis

bdo g into a politickl discussior. It can and the reserving ot the land for the City of Tallahassee thing of which we know nothing in this courv- Tallahassee. April 23, 1"I.'::. 37tf \ :promising;, he has fine form, large ant lik ly."

to be- no good rCCUllj; on the contrary it will produce It is useless hide ourselves
his and to from the
all made
were by predecessor, were try. :
tack era H. A. CENTRAL BANK OK
FLORIDA
1h l.y
Jr : enderi.ig local aud eelfish PIE.RSON -
-prr-judiccs
, maitcis of Legislation whilst he was in Con re's. fact that unless the condition of the peoplecan
.t.eenof "%which have: often I April 7lh, 1935. 5 -
provc-1 fatilto of
L objtcts pulvuuUy. WM. WYATT. be improved, all political amelioration will 1
: With rWIHE Boant: of Directors of this Institution have
If difftrent: J'cud: to the npprojuiatii.nfi made Tallahassee, 2Cd April, 1635. be in vain. Catholic emancipation has not I JL this d.ly dcclarad a Dividend of five per centum

tfr' ',:Jfce!4 : Term.-ries, not !having the laws of tranquillized the country neither will the commutation i on the amount of Capital paid in, for the half year
);' iej ; \re us, we shall only observe that in 1S33 ron THE FLORIDIAN.A : rndin' : the 30th inst. payable to the Stockholders or
of tithes the total overthrow of
. nor
7t'' rp-opria'uons for military uads Michigan and CARD. : J, their legal representatives on and after the 1st May tem.uing
aid tl AuilIts the total overthrow of the Church and if
arc whole from nor ; : L. A. THOMPSON Cashier.
I unusually la-cc, but we cannot find I have refrained thoughout this canvass, ,
1.1 : even the Clergy were paid to-morrow it would Merchant Tailor -
,
m3antsperifi..d for Col. Gadsden.
the in to
latter
,"stJl not even including mentioning alluding anyway I COTTON GINS.THE .

, I!, $S'rrfapropnl1ol1' of $OOOO, Jo build an Iron lIe has made in the last Tcnsacola paper several very avail nothing so long as potatoes any butter- / W I : subscriber has received on Agency froG

: tol used on the western waters, and to I illiberal, unjust, luid; false remarks about me. I have milk are the luxuries of the peasantry and I :ftm : Robersoi1&Ketley. successors to Caispicll .

wine, t t_.ftte-, lie Arkansas river. We f.nd. SSO.OOO, for not time now to no into a discussion of the political starvation their common lot. TALLAHASSEE, W H FLORIDA. I $- Glaze, for the sale COTTOX GIN%constructed :

thee "eo KJ\'C, but the and He ad- aft r tlic plan cither of Boatwlight.or Campbell t
point to be improved is in Loui- relations between Col. Gadsden rrfysclf.
Cfl.Uitht I I Glaze, :md will be warranted of the best quality either
Mta.The
U load i from the States of Missouri LouE&itRldMt3SissipJI : n.iued' to me that he was solicited become a candidate i. A Physician named Moniz, took up his a- df iron or steel Saws as may be preferred. They

: thro' Arkansas, for which Sl4!,- by Col. White's friends, as was Dialed in his an- bode in Norfolk Va. when driven from Portu- will be received in the mnth of August, or early ia

. T14; I JUa.rtappropriated, trc intended, solely for miJitn.operal1Ons. iwunccincnt. lie was certainly! brought out by the gal during the political troubles some years September next, and will be sold on accommodating 7,,,

in lk.By tJ Ce The same remark wil1 apply' to nearly same party in 1S2S for the Council against me. ago, The change in affairs in that nation, induced crms. '
All orders will be received and
apprupriatio.s for\1ichi?an, and we 'iU thereto Col. Gadsden is considered throughout the Territoryas the doctor to return and he was soon attended to. thankfully JAMES McMULLIN.Tallahassee punctualy -

e btr'r IfieJ: :rtktur1 T J'alowed! offset the appropriations for not running against any one but me, and which elected a member of the Cortes, where he of- April 18th, 1835. 36-4ms

I EPentr Asenalat Mount Vernon, the Fort and Navy Yard goes to aid Col. White in his election. As an evidence fered a resolution to the Chamber "of Deputies -

doze : ta the Sea Wail and Fort Marion at St. ofthis, sec the following extract ofa letter from expressing the grateful sense with which DISSOLUTION.THE heretofore I
b'Ut1ne copartnership existing under the
era
to
,
I vrIjtSi3 for the say nothing of the sums yearly expcn- a very respectable gentleman in Jackson county. the conduct of the United States was regarded DIRECTION. of E. W. Dorsey and J. R. &E. W Dor-

\r. inpronment of our harbors aUf which WEBBVILLE, 13th April, 1835. in relieving the inhabitants of the Cape deV The Height indiJpemaMe.J. scy, was dissolved on the 7th instant. AU persons indebted .

. tt bILl tn.refuUy omiuedl in his estimate, aW Dear Sir-Col. White passed through this place erds.[nich. Comp. Round the chest under coat. will please make payment to J. R. Dorsey.

LlItlrg aU to several hundred thousand dollars!! on yesterday. He gave mo a call. I was candid with 2. Do. Waist. j. R..DCRSEY

apper' -'lll true that the Forbes' purchase, or any other him-I told him that you would get more votes at 3. From back-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. April 18, 1S35. 35-4w E. W. DORSET.
: "Salt River" is fiction as most people have
adjudicated no
,;1nst 1; foou1 taxes. by the Supreme Court, will be ex- Webbville, than all the other candidates together. lIe been in the habit supposing. So far from that, 4.5. From Round the the hip-joint thigh. to the ancle. STORAGE AT ST. MARKS.

'itt a endeavored to persuade me to vote for Gad;en if I the Louisville Advertiser informs us precisely of I I Ry the above scale of measurement gentlemen ai a THE subscriber having rented that large and com

aordiptbl would not for him. You arc the only man he dreads." the whereabout of its location." Salt River," II distance may be enabled to forward their measures,
j; nre'tquPSted to say that Co1' NuttaU has not CoL Gadsden has publickly stated every where says that paper, "is a small stream in this State, which will ever m'ct with prompt attention. Judge Crane, takes this opportunity of informing his
I friends and the public that all
)CSOne' :4atd being a he White to me-so has Col. Nuttall in which itself! into the Ohio river V.-. generally, goods stored
candidate< nor docs he intend to do i that preferred (Kentucky) empties with him, shall have his strictest attention, and their

1 hts be ever "pressed. any one, such an the East. Col. White of course prefers either of those about twenty miles below this city. In the H A. PIEilaUN would hereby respectfully in- orders will be attended to with promptness and des.

ce. gentlemen to me, but hynsolf first, or rather the they neighborhood Sheplierdsville, where the phrase form those of his former patrons, and the public patch. EDWIN W. DORSEY.

Is prhereaf* he be of rowing Salt river' originated i is filled generally, thai he will continue the Tailoring Business april IS 3&-4f
as
should run and take votes fiom me, so may up on his own account, in aU its various branches at __ .

*l F6R THE FLORIDIAN. elected-so it ij, I am preferred by none of my honor- with rnpid. snags, sand bars, rocks, &c.ofcourse .: the old established stand formerly occupied by the 4 FOR SALE, (at la than east,) eA

, l rello"-Cititcns Me opponents but I trust I will be by the people. the navigation is extremely difcult and 'rowing Messrs. R. B. 4- J. B. Bull, on Monroe street, adjoining N elegant Fall-back PHARXAN, with double Harness -
iicbd will recollect that in my Cu.1&i11 Salt river' is 3 matter not to be sneezed at.- the establishment of Frederick Fly-Net Pole and Shafts. !!
Cot Gadsden and his letter writer in the Pensacola up Wutch-raaking AH j
f ropo.ed an extension of the Jacksonville I Iso in his own The labor attending it was so well known to those Tswle, Esq., where he will continue to keep on handa ly mounted with brass. The Carriage handsome'J. 'J
well knows that I shall countytwo
2 r ttti11") as to complete a perfect inland com paper, get Middle residing in that vicinity, that it became common choice assortment of Fashionable and Seasonable the most faithful workmen in the City of New York

.\et1Gng ,._' aero*the Isthmus of Florida, and there- i votes to his one,-nnd the same throughout among them whenever any one spoke of some Goons of the latest importations of which he will furnish and the work has been executed in the neatest and 11

,:: p.mh[ the great object of the National Gov- Florida, and fifty to his one in the East."That the very arduous undertaking to tell him tliflt he would clothing to the order of those who may please to most substantial manner. It can be seen bj immediate i

;: *> a uniting i with the contest is admitted by every intc'ligcnt man, to be find it harder than trying to 'row up Salt river.' favour him with their patronage at the shortest notice, application to Mr. Patrick Kerr Tallahassee. '4,

Sct w the Western States more with facility those, of com-the between Col. White and myself, and the votes givento When some bully had received a sound whippingit made in 'the most durable and fashionable style.andon 11th April, 1835. [35-3w) M. G. WIKOFF. .. .
Liberal deductions will be -
: &nd South. The Gadsden or Nuttal! count for White It is rumor- also became common to say that he had been reasonable terms. CP ADMINISTRATOR'S .LE.. .
The
Council
Legislative at
made on all orders for cash,or prompt payment.
la3tlelsion, approved of this plan and granted a ed here that Col. White is certainly., *t time to resign I 'rowed up Salt river;' and the same remark was subscriber would return his sincere thanks for past favors WILL be fold to the highest bidder,paSaturday

,! J Ulead this Rail Road which will when in favor of adsden. likewise applied to a defeated political party. If ,and hope still by his assiduity and strict attention, 2d day of May next Lots numbered

Lre Pus directly 1 have been induced to make those hasty remarks, the defeat was overwhelming, they were said to to merit and receive a generous share of patronage. hundred and forty one, [I4t] and one hundred and j
through the Counties of *
'
1nbi ia in of Col. G's illiberal attack upon be 'rowed very far up Salt River. Tallahassee 25th April 1835. 37tf_ orty-four [l44jintheoriginalplanoftheci&yofTallahassee ] .
J, Madison, Jefferson, Leon GodsWajhington consequence very belonging ta the estate of Samuel Maultsby ) ,
4C1o; Walton 'and Escarnbia.4lere4zo me, endeavoring to produe the belief in West Florida -- EDGE TOOLS. deceased late of Leon county.B. -

\ittI important a and so that he is the strong man," and that "J a.m truly RAIL ROAD N ( T IC_ E.. subscriber expects to be supplied with Axes, F. COLEMAN Adm'r.
measure THE
ttresting to the whole playing into WAit.',hand." If I only had time,I would THIRD INSTALMENT ON STOCK. other Age.Tool., from the manufactory of Tallahassee. April 1st, 1835. 345wNOTICE. .
that
or Territory a creed the order of the Board of Directors of the Talla Warren Hut Co., Douglas, Massachusetts, and .
G's but
CoL
-TIn high to'the world political as .
% fork
standing of New in this show BY Stockholders to with the
Rail Road Company, the will sell them at wholesale at factory prices, I
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t.t11thzLt time induced hand,and as I do not; nor never.have weeks nflcr date I will apply to the Honorable
was to pass through election is just at said Company are hereby unformed, that One Dollaron addition of cost of transportation. These Toola will SIX

, -c.o; on hi 'way home, in order to ret the looked jupon CoL Gadsden as being in the way of any each Share is requIred to be paid on said Stock at be.warranted-should they break from a flaw, or from Judge of the County Court for the county of

Citett must this Card. Treasurer's Office on Monday the 25th will be exchanged for others.- Leon for letters administration on the persoaal estat
v. upon this Charter, so as the work one.I close the Territorial too web temper, they
Burks 1
of John late
&t that CoL Gadsden order of the Board ofDirector The Axes made for this market, and of jaid county
one commenced. I charred with having reported day of May nexu By are now being i decea'ip." ..
He found, on his ar- am JOHN AN; -
CHARLES AUBTIN, se'ry. will be received shortly GEO. LANKAN. ,
"f..t false: Upon the
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Ii disposed to had dcclined- hia positively April 4th 1635. M-6w
every
1835. J5t4 a6 _
1634
eq B41d ili1JI Last 11 day of April, i April16Lb, m
contradict tousaout
a s vUUppe&ibya lCltef'WnUen I I 1 contrary, I .the report I
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; Ten Dollars Reward-. j *sl A A Casks Lira, STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE.The ROW AlD'STONIC IX. weeks 'NOTICE.a date the I
JL Abecri.en
W
100 bundles Hay public are informed, MIXTURE ,
the
or
STRAYED from the ', Jndge the CountT Court for apPJ tOcoustyot
50 boxes Lemons *
,
Sta-
that a regular Line of lSDANTICOSTIVE Gadsden for Letter of
Adnirtratiw
plantation of the subscriber) 50 barrels Potatoes
of John the
established PILLS. Capu Hills decwued
Leon Onions has been BL
(Mickssoofcy, county, 21 barrels ges
on the night ofth. 7th inst., H dozen Rush and common Cbairs.Expected between Tallahassee and Jacksonville vi1wl nee IN consequence of the attempts which hare been Q.uipry, March 13, 1835. (3Uw JAS.ii

S a sorrel Horse,sixteen hands daily per brig Wallace, from Boston, on Springs; leaving Tatlhassee.every Monday morning to impose spurious imitations of the above ENGlUYlJiG
thigh, a star in his forehand, consignment, and will be sold low! for cash. and arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday-from valuable M I ediciucs on the public,the proprietor has concluded -
remarkable crooked hind I legs and well jointed. TIe will whence travellers to the North will find ready conveyance on the necessity of confining the sale of the .\..- I O II.Throp. Enjraver, of Bank N
The Wallace return otet Ifut
abore rem.nl will be paid for the delivery of said t-I brig to St. Augustine by Stages, and to Savannah lure to as feio established agents tiS are W"S1'1k.t'lll to S Portnuts Beads oCBiIJ. B .
Horse the subscriber or to Maj.; &1ward!. nr his to Boston: without delay. For freight, ap..early. hy the Steamboat Fare thrc each wry S 2. 00. supply the regular demands. A full supply of these t tin? Card Diplomas, Notarial and l 1DIi

o us r. HENRY It. EDWARDS.1IthApril,1R.5. ply. BETTON & EMORY. J:1n.25, IA3. [25tT| JAS. M. HARRIS. Medicines will be constantly kept by the Agents ecuU-d Door P5a-.% and all kinds Masonic 3ety'.
allahassee 18.15. 34tf annexed and the m a superior manner.
35tfTREASURER'S ,April, whose names and residences are SpeciUle
Union Bank of Florida. I proprietor icishes it distinctly !understood, that he will. .: \V5! '.n.BonkStore."bereodrcu Y
NOTICE. JOSEPH LADD ID.t\ -.w r March 19th 1835Sigg ma1bt
1 not be responsible Jar the gewcineness of any Mixture .
r TREASURER'S OFFICE, ] just received from New Orleans and New A T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the sold as his by any persons, except his anthorfed cgixts. r :::?- and ornamental paut' .

TAu. RAsnE, March 8th, 1935 J HAS a general assortment of GOODS usually Union Bank of Florida, held at their Banking Spurious mixtures have 'keen made and ?.Id inconsiderable OOT'r'o. a,,.
is called for this He has the House in the City of Tallahassee on the 10th( quantities oy two physicians In Leon anSI I .1\J
at season. hal's
na act passed 21st November* 1829, it provided a Sale.-"
BY February, 1835, the following Resolution wa! adop- Gadsden counties and others 8'11| will
perhaps by !
that all Bonds executed by Auctioneers Best or N York and N Or1en* Flour; of Il writ offiurif.Q
: ork and
Court ledRuolrrd doubtless be imported from New elsc\;:. 'eThose Ix"i.m (10m
Khali be forwarded by ihe Judge ofthe County Goshen Butter Western Hams That each and Stock-holder in the I of the Superior Court LeoJCrb
S and that ; every therefore, who wish to procure the trr"II'e 1 for
to the Treasurer of the Territory Florida; Union B.ink of Florida be, and he is hereby, constituted I I Shal! !tlir.fo cal.at puMi auctio OU11tr,
Mess and prime Pork, article can be sure of getting it "nly from tht agents : for ci
all Auctioneers shall quarterly inch year cunmen- and appointed an accredited asent of said Bink.! L- < .V': :!rh t.i-: improvements thereon tIt
I cine on the 1st January, transmit to the Treasurer' Eastern Potatoes, Onions and Chrr.oe; for the of carrying inio effect: 'he provisions The following gentlemen Agents l'Iorida.i i I C... cf Tallahassee, and desi alt'd sitn1teintbe

t under oath, taken before some Judge, a copy of all .I Sperm Candles, family Beef in half bbls; of the 33d purp"se Sec. of its Charter, which Section is in E. B. Perkins, General Agent at Tallahassee. j i !there ofa lots :0. 111 and 115,pc-inte1" in Jdfcfe

sales effected by him, with the amount and at what Niter Hall Powdei; these word*, to wit- Kerr 4- Sturjres, Agents for St .Marks. |j :u '' :he property of David Thomas out, I 1 *

lime and pln(v, and for whom the same was made- 11 Sec. 33. Be it further enacted, That in all !instances James C. Krclcs, do. Quincy.Gol1in' : sc.d fo discharge an execution in favor a t al I ?
Now, Auctioneers are required to take notice of Country and Holland Gin; in which slaves shall be mortgaged in virtue & Folsom do. Mi kasokv.. I', Wi-liarw.: vs. Alston, > The : fcLS*'

said law, and conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds' Imperial Tea by the box; of this act, the possession thereof shall be and remain Dtriu.\ViI1iams&Co do. MonticcHo.! the first Saturday in Mar next, before the re0tl

S ;, must be instituted. Judges of the County Courts arc Brown Domestics by the bale; with the mortgager, any law to the contrary Thomas Alexander! do. Hicksfwn. the Court Hoa .e between !eg 11 hoari rcf

'A feqwsitfl without delay, to forward, properly certified All kinds Cut Nails and Brads notwithstanding; until >.y the covenant or covenant* J. F. Pow:, d(. Clinttahoochec.Malroln : T E RNDOLPHh
.J said unproved, the Bonds Auctioneers in their possession ; contained in said mortgage, it shall be lawful for the : Furgason, do. Thomasville.P. Talahassee.: March 8. 33tfI are
CHARLES AUSTIN Hollow Ware ; N. Orleans Rum; P. \ Gautier Jr. do. Mananna.
said Dank to seize the same. And if a: any time the : '
::1 [31 tfj Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. Peach, Apple and Cognac Brandy; President of said Bank or any accredited Agent Holmes Williams do. Campbelltown. To the Public -

CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. t"i All kinds Shes by the trunk, case, &c. thereof, shall make oath before any Judge of the JOHN R. ROWAND, Proprietor. I I INCT knowing tlc ptare of residence of V

1 Tallahassee, Feb. Z7lh. Ifr:. $ He wishes to purchase Cotton, Derr Skins ard County Court, or Justice of the Peace, that he verily Nor.. 135-1. ((12-CmJ A Case & Barber," we eve notjtlia fSlr1.'
I the said : we hive received 24 boxes
: believes that intends of MercaanSi
"i: subscribers of this institution, are hereby Cow Ifi THE that an instalment of Two Dollars i is Out to remove, or has commenced to remove, account per brig Aldej! ronto from Char[ to

: en each share has been called for by the Board of > NOTICE I the said slave, or slaves, beyond the reach of thelau.s HOWARD'S.TONIC r.. F. DGERR & c 0-11.
the Term of fiadsdcn the of tliis Territory, in violation of his covenant _.t.Ma'k'\Tarrht) igi;. ( fltf)
!i Directors, and that the same will be due and pavatleit AT next July county, I MIXTURE.
}1 the Banking Douse in Tallahassee the fir't day .. and vouchers of HEWitT W. Toon, administrator with the'Bank, it shall and may be !l.iwinl for sanl A LL rTSou* mtr. .
tzL U May next. L A. THOMPSON, Cash. of JOHN H. TODD, deceased, late of GaJs- Jii'Ige or Justice to ts.ue an Atti-hmentassiinr. sn-'li i t A FULL supply of thiS valuable medicine j i- just j! ;HI a. 'he !siilnvmi-rr fi-,* filed a petition. in""the"JU cuE d h ,

S Feb. 28 29tdp.1Ierchant den county, wll be presented to said: Court far a final slave or slaves, directed to any Marshal, t7ou...11and-I.i recclve I shall :hereafter have constantly on Offire of the CYu-.ty Crt, of Gadsden eWtr ftf'
_____ settlement on the put of said adrnilli .lor. At tJ eftne ing him to seize and take such slave or slaves, and ; hand. 'I div.sion of the tiiatt of Shcmxl .McCaUdrcU

Tailor, ime, the said avhninistrunr will apply to sal! make return thereof to the next Court having competent I IT is WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE A>T crrccrrAi.REMEDY I of said county ; .n.' will! at ti! next J lv Tem U II

S Three doors north of the Planters Hold. Court for a discharge from his Administratorship as jurisdiction, in the same wav as is providedby I FOR FEVER ASH AGUE, IF TAKES Af.-F.F.A. Lf I I said Courtmove fot th? appointment of Coimnissi or
afcresaid. JOHN J. ADAMS, the general law of A'tachment : Provided, moreover TO THE DIRECTION R ports having i-ecn ci.-cuiaied 'rs, to.divide And apportion said
JJ. BIRGE, respectfully informs the public that Att'}. fllr U \V. Todd, Administrator. ;hat in anv case of mor' 1es on a slave or that this mixture contains arsentr. I an directed by I the claims of the rC'if.ecllpellllonel1l.. estate. agrteablv' to

4. has just received a peneral supply: of groodesuitable auincv. :\.. :tJ, 1*3.1. [116m) slave*. by virtue of tins aa, the increase of such slaveor : the P,oprietor to say that these <*ports arc vttei'y false .111m I':. .VCotf, ) R. H. M. D,
to every branch of his profession, consisting slaves shall be subject to the same: lien, created by -and I am also authorised; 'o oner a Retried of 10- !I Paitrtnrr
ro of Bhl/lack Mixd, Grren. Invisible Green, Orleans Packets. said f \U'y i
,
part mortgage.Marchlth
000, Dollars to any one who will prove the eti!'cncp. (tnin7,1rrhit. t P1_. (S.f.'JiJ')
Drake neck Green, and Drown Broadcloths striped SWatches i-. S of the least of Arsenic ----- --- U'w
1 The schooners LADY WASHINGTON panicle Mercury, Antimony i -
---x 'fic
ti Dmbs, Lavender and Ten coloured Casimcre, Vesting i :
other in
i Capt. P. II. SWAm, & WASHINGTON or any poisonous ingredient it.
*, 1'". All of which will he made order., Lndiet Jewelr &c.T subsrnters' bavins :1r1m
In order 'li
i
Cap M. SWAm, will run to pri.-vmt imposition from couau.Tt.it?, no i THE -
: ,.tir., ute-fses ant cloaks nude in the most fashieiuiMe! I regularly during the sensor, every month as Packets, lIE subscriber has just received persons except authorised n'L'nts"il11..c 'urni&ifd! l>j-1 I Joshua Croorn.' tore of Leon county dec"i

JV. 'I between New Orleans and and St. Marks. :: an additional l tic! Proprietor with the mixture to g.-H! au'd'ri.: I am I r.qie-t all pf-r-o'i having claims! against said; 'est t.1t/
S In prcs"ntn<* himself: to the public he simply slates Dec 13th, 1834.-IS-Cn.* of WATCHES,JEWELRY supply SILVER sole ag"nt for Middle Fl.rida.nd am aspired by M. I I to present them properly: authenticated "i'hjn the
: that 116 vtk slnll leave his shop without the entire : ::rnie prescribvd by TII', f.lntr'Ttse
SPOONS &. which lie offers Rowand that (excepr a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles.) they will! behanyj
,
4 '.ti facti'm of the owner, and warrants his ruttin* A by the 'tafl1'( and nil "* .
r n'
Gerardin fie Wuy : for ne on his not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold '!y ; i"t"ebrAt7saidM>
3' rr.isonalile -,
York. lie wiil customary
New i
to or n equ.-i Philadelphia him tao, wi'.lpleise rntc(
to in Middle Florida pnvmenl irnm'liatly.
k trrms. I any person except to n: : j
; every endeavor to j>lca,e every one that patronises Makers and Importers of English and If Arsenic has btcn discovered! in mixture crLdlRoteand's I I. N. CIIOOM
FREDERICK TOWLE. any
'S him, :nl l as \\* is n j permanent resident of TM'alias- French Jewelry and Fancy .irtides, Oc' 4lh 1834. ELf I it r.nrst hnce bee in some of the 'pu.k'i-> 2. March, I5'5 mtf| K. M. .' (Op.li
: ( )
MewiSa! with its interest he asks the
tee, solrly ,
sup- r ccived .u their es- tatlons. All persons thrrtlbre, who wi-h ihe gtnu'Ke t SPEPSI AND I I VEIL '
\, f nrt r'f the po.iflc.March HAVE The subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker direct I ) -COM FLAW'rl
;! on Moisroc-n. Tonic ltfirtlfrt-shlId be cautious rf : S.
v IH tl.r.yllr Dr J. P. PF.TFRS
S from England and the lie that work I Pnjtwtf Pkcjolo''irjVirtc
I It :31.f ; assures pu > any I ,,
by late arrivals Irt'm New York, entrusted t.) him in his line, shall be done promptv: chase it: My libel will tw en every bof ic' sod! liyV.e: ./ "lio, for several years, has devtj his intire

S New Books. A a'lirse the assortment among which and in the h'sl manner. F. T. E: B: PERKINS Suefnt! for 31iJdk Fli'.rda.; ar-f i.ncn to tIi< '?e*.tmtl1t of c'lrmnc cr inttterati .

Teve..", The Cavaliers Virginia, Fri are following! : No 23i1CONSUMPTION l.-rf.; ; f"f'W', .: \et'dcd, by chcnii;, II ;analvais and .
.JUST! Pumpkin. The Coquet, Winter in thtWest GMd'Watches and silver Gold Watches Earrings, Ladies A. PIER ON & C. '.'...-..-. f. minr a mbinatinn: fi"m Wvm! pr.iji.i'n..r.

S All-n P. -:c.tt. Sharp's Letters, Excentric -a f. rrj-iMe principles, tow hci h- his ;nun i the
Characters, and a variety Miscellaneous and School Breastpins, Fin!errinrs, Watch ; r- ?.!r c'icir.x Stnrnarhi. er Herotirr ; wbfhhn
Chains and Gentlemen .. -
and Ladies
Keys ) .
patent ",. ,
5 etlici.
.5, Books. A-L-S-O CURED. : : : tr mure t than 3'1Y r'ir.edy J.t'rtlclcre
S The Reliii S..uven.rfor 183:,. The Token andSouvenir Guard Chains. Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain and DE MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETADLESPECIFIC. S :-i'-c-r--ed, in c':rin; those : ,Sif-m.\a! lot
for ISX. WM. WILSON. cut pl".rr Beads of every descr.ption, Ink-stands. : ;,- ">'! '<'.J boy, which a.e'lr ncralY! ( t:1prer.d 'nn-
Bmr.its, &c. Perfumeries of the best quality, j {
patent
c. .VarchCSlh 33-tf : t. svr -. !| ;j terms Dy..ul'-U: and TLi%tR-C.B.
Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size. Scissors, PocketBooks 1 IS lie most valuable remedy ever pt.I'"*overe'l ?T ?:.\.T--lt Is kewUe: an almost ccrun for
: e'Book Store. Baskets for ladies and children, Eca-I-Bags, cur- of Coughs, Cult's, Causemptionltm3.. i-rier.cntof; the Spri.: cure t:of

5 subscript has received and will open imme- India Rubber nTi\et'n,PiSLOis, PercussionCnj'5, L ok- Merchant 4JHB Tailors, Spitli't; cf Blood, anJ ail diseases of tile lJit3-1 ailt f |[ A- ".5.; the syirpuwr.s rf Dysivn iiaand Liter-eonj.
TTIC in -Glcl es, &. &c. Lungs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Phii dt'p'ai.' I. ; .ai': ; !
r1v, (next door South of Mr.1anrr's store) ar tnlincy, !)1irnf'oooo rr bunun* in the sto
an asnrtmertt.of BOOKS and STATIOS'ART, and wo'ild : _Tallaliasscc. Octuber 11, 'IS34. ((9tf ,-oiiipises die disturbed nerve, cives strenctb f ;h.c n <,-'. '! TanrhOlV, i>-riraT'!jty, dar-ceabctae; inrJ

p4I jjl.nl to supply his friends end the community in ; rALLAILtcLf:, FLORIDA.DIRECTION Lungs, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits,etr. Inh : era 'Jrr' 'i'ar' :y '.' u.; .ritr."hich'lGrfo
j-rneral, with any articles in his lifte on the most rca- I Storage Business."*- Bill of Drecti'ns: accompanying each buttle cf tin ;i iSrcific : ti-i.-i.: vora--ionsaivt A* "her t mes grearlv (?cf.ner.t; ,

.inabl/ termlthough his 5SOrtmeLt is n't yet i subscribers have united under the style of pointing out in a nif>st conspicuous manner tlurst, fttri breath, nat-2. we.ikne*!! of th" s'.uiari, ,
very cr.trill.ft expects to make it so by shipment alividv :- THE. F. D URR & Co., for the purpose of carrying ili the symntons: in their different t>;.es of lha .!sease P'.d (n'erato.isLtti.t' I} !. 4LOW sie55 7 l-rraart1; : :

: rrw 'C, and clhers to be madc'by the first vessels on tlc: Storage Business in the Town of St. and p-iftit-'dardirectionsccspectin the irt-rument whilt i )( '!r'. Jo-.vt.U-. PP. fro"llheoth.. Marks, and promise the strictest attention. They 1 'issug: it, :u; t1.cr with many well :mt.c.1: .-: .etl ccrti51'tc5 i rt..:.n ill? }htari: dzei'r vertigo; c.r.fi.

t tie has'lso the Christian Almsnack,published cxnu.cly decline d0:05: a. Commission business, aid respectfullv lt l- I, nf cures, etc. j} ni: ,'. are 1.0.tvr.h :h" !l.f.>Sf memory, a ''IW,;
for Florida, calcaialcd for the MereJ'mn of I solicit the patronage extended to John Blair I In Coiivqncncc of tli great and inci isinji'emana I in t t"'nnf'1 'rchn vp-y, d.iHnt.; aTcaon of
S Tallth-issee.. and containing local matter in relation t ell)'. C. F. Dr ERR, Pts.1 II II I for this spec, the proprietor: is cni'.Ld. *<>redu- :Leprice : i sht! -1j ..;&;. p3ii y U j wcakncM in the lack

; to the Territory, which he offers for sic either by the JOHN CLAIR I to 75 cents per'Kit'Je.thiTcby! cr.:..'in sit locoir.e :an wlr. rl.lh: td' c'cp! e.l! fe ,: an.} lhiPt1S. ti rr.u.

t gross, doyen, or sinjrle copy. S::. Marks, Feb. 21 23-tf within tie reach of ull perns. S I .!(,. -!i>vin the thro.it, cau-h, pain in tie sij:eI !

k Pec. 13,1&.. lStf JAS. S. LINN. -- Dr. CHAPMAN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. I brt'3.50', &..
Wooden Ware. The a'- adiei l Icail
.w m to r NOTICE. I These Pills have been s'lccesFfiuly u-p'l by tic stonw ..ivfr.r.d h tPrvui1.uinn
i Pails (iron bound,) Nest Tubs, S. 1rt7 i DroyCoi.
S vfantcd to wOrk on the Tallahassee Rail i PAINTED sands who can tc !.f. to thrir m.t.r&-\r cfialtover : .\ -, &c.
HANDS 1 >hel Rd.p'c Measures, The Height indispensable. : suinpnt.Ii. r- : .c xy, aeccrding h'the crnatelnL.! ,!
.
: for the ensuing Persons hating j many other reir.c-iies! now i in use)) fir the rureof I j its .' 'd:
Dyspepsia -
: .
year. I Flour Pll2, u<:c31 Canes, 1. Round the dies: tnder coat. I :-ge, sex, : ten: erdm v.: of the parent.Preparel
.5 ble bodied hajids to hire,will please cal! on eiiher uf Churns, Feather Duster, 2. Do. Waist.: In all thelrcClmphcaetorm5! :!,c zivc strength I I by J P. PETERS, M. D,-UIiLVdjtTL'eInrer.tor
5' th! undersigned, or to Cant. H. F. Simmons. to. the debljated! oran of "ircstion, rrpair the !I
.
J,OJO feet Wood Bowls. 3. From b "k-sam elbow and Icp.nrkie appe- and --r prt) retu: ..
BEN CHAIRES to joint. tl1te,rem vc< arci j 'kness
iiasei : "f the scach: ha-
Turn! Ware B B Pails Tt.tim Nuneir-ns tes"
i be ae
4. Round the i 1I !ert might
5- thigh.
WILLIAM KERR. bitu.J c-x-ivencssf ln-ai-ath! ptpi\r! ? ('f the heart |
P. B Font Tubs Cocoa duced relative
Dippers, 5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. !" extraordinary cures perfcnwib
TURBUTT R. BETTON. 4 and imny other r.ervoi" aTe<-tioiis. They contain i
Shaker Dippers, Knife BJXCS, By the above 'alc of measurement entlemen at a no lining these medicire>; but the folIowingarttJipnjttsufici 1
Commute on behalf R. R. Company. Mercury, nor do they sicken the somac'u
Lucifer\tche: Har Brushes they arc a <*nt to satisfy: the minds of the !
dislaiKe be cn.ibled to forward their most s&epticah
TaF 'iassee, 29th, Dec. 1834. 21tf may measures, mild and safe catliartih'.vc: i i' ro N tric'i1: in diet t .
Boot J irks, which will ever mrft \1:1. altcnl Fro D.. Jajnes Eice'J, .1.lhor of the XtJicul
pr .oip on. or drink or expt'surv w ct or cold! wl:.!!ie 'isiuZ : ?!. Cop
\Viiite and Lamb skin Mats
& of Cotton. Orange to/;, Fn'iiJy
Storing Shipping Bill of directions nIl Phijsici-m.
each b.
x uf Pills
Expected by !ii *3t ,:;iilta, and will be sold a aroompany ,
NEU-ORLEASS, 0.(.Wih; 1 13I.
which will : :
their:
fii'Jr expl.tio eiiccrs.:
KERR <$ STURGES will attend to Storing and factory pric: r QEO. L.\ \1AX. NEW GOODS To ir/iom it m-ty cc.-cr/i.-Tliis is to certify, t&at I
From
tIle wtll kio\vr
I reputation: of tnese Pills 6
Cotton-they will i:' also advance on Feb. 14. >f
have witnessed the
oneration of Dr. Ppter's'fmSSlom.achicre
Cotton entrusted to their care fr shipment to any ANO many years, the proprier.r (J. DO Vf), Pnii.idtlphia)
4 4 et Hepiiitx in a r.timbcr of o"stu>ic!
1lf 1 QNJ deems unne-essary t') pvc fu.ther dt-t.ul! of very
market in the United States or elsewhere and will any
; 1ttLI7LI1; ii', Dyspeptic an1 Liver:iirctior." rfr Tons, !!tOding.Iikto!
purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee or St. PIERSOX & Co. woulJ! respecttuly! in- them. A fresh supj iy has te,..n rv iv.,1. and rOT1(-I ,. ,
HA. ''ri: i 'S't'rt!rd..oft1lc !I.lr .mcr.tsoftb 1Jei;
Marks. Oct. -1th, 1934 (Stf) thcir customers nnd the publick generally by appointment by / 1. D. rE KIXS.
'1alhulias.ee, Nci 23d and its auLcis wcr* t'\1:,' astonishing. I haTe no ktsitatinn -
that their j.itfnLIAIE
they are now opening new Stock of
NOTICE. in dec orirr *t te: ffi.jH"Jl \M! prepanws

FALL & WINTER GOODS t t"r liios disTe 1 $>iiig aiiKt"t' that las ever Cl'ltnefw., *
subf rribcr returns his thanks to the public ,
TH ia kno!kdse. JAMES E\VELLM.D.
the liberal encouragement he has received just rccejved from New York, consisting ofa splendid my Wnkes Gpo.Jjn.ISW.
S since he has been in this place, and solicits a continuance assortment superfine Cloths, Cussimeres ai.d Ve. I County
S of their patrr.nagc. receh.edpcrscllr. Delta, inv, of a reat variety, selected from late importations r The u-ilcrsirnt-tl.can boar tesi1i.ny to tc sujXGelic.nv '
of D Mcuicii.: ; Stomicbkzetlr!
,'ire. l from New York.30 eneral assortment of Wool- of the most hionabc! order.-Likcuise, a | : : Peter's :?
GOODS of k p.lttn the r-j-e If Dy;>p?| >ia and! Liver Compl'ip;
.n, Staple anc Fancy SIOCSlJdts, Hollow. general assortment Fancy Articles for Gentleincu'sdress '
.5 tvarc, Cutlery, awl Jr n.monguy, Crockery, ffc. con- fLfIfS. viz :-Stocks of every description, Gloves, from '"crs.II..J) l' r"c!Ice..31. G. JOIISSO

sting of blue, ILk and brown Cloths ; Blue, black, Suspenders, Pongee Hlidf, Fronts and Collars, fine Dr. P's Mcil'cinu Sto-nachica: Hepatioe are putl
''rah and grey double milled Cas.imeres; Cassinets Linen Shirts, Hosiery, tc.Splendid! Scil, Fur, r.nd / in parcels wi h full directii-ns: for usin FrfI10ne
.nJ Satlinets; English, French and American Prints; -5.!:, ,-a V. Cloth Caps, fine Silk, PLush, and Beaver Hats of the k to three parcels will! be necessary to complete s cure.TI
.,tack Lustring and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls Gro 4 FULL supply of Lsndreths superior garden, lastcst fashion.A },' price i is <3 a p.iirel.A

v tic Nap, &c.; Jackonet Swiss and Mull Muslins ; herb and flower seeds just received and l warrcnte 3 general assortment ofrcady-rnadeChrJuin: made: A great quantity of the above very valuable prtp1'rations
'e TU 4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; fresh ; by E.B. PERKINS. up by the subscriber;, in the most faithful and J'vJi- 1 and sold wholesale awl tte- I will be kept contantlv OT hand by

'otlon Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general assortfrcjit -! October29th. I if. ionable style, consisting of Overcoats, Frock & Dress LV- tail, in Frederick county. Md. by C Hereto E. ii. PERKINS,T.IAh.ss! .0
of Shoes; variety of Crockery Ware, HollowWare CO:1ls and Coatees: fine Cloth and Goat's hair Camlet! concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkms. i Who authorised :.)dispose of them. eitLeral :

Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, I FRESH DRUGS WINES Cloaks and Wrappers,Pantaloons and Vets of almost The above Ointment i is oflvrcdto the public aa a t sale or retail, on as reasm blR terms as they CaI1.S .
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Holland Gin; Sicily Sherry,Port,jind Claret Wines; Instruments every description, among which arc rich figured and ?ate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, obtained of the pr.)prin'I'. AIso: by Careltf't t
with! many other articles too todicus to mention. Pur. Surgical $ Double-breasted Velvet and tine black Cloth and some of which; have so long baffled the skill of medico. DocV. HOLME. ii WILLIAMS,

cb -."!s arc invited to call and examine for themselves. I HAVE just received a lull supply ol fresh CSsimcre'nlcnlia, and white Marseilles Vests &c. science. Mr. HAL'LET. Druseist, App3eh Oc.' l
5'S pETEThe
ALEX'R. FORMT DUVAL. Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure I Fnc Marino and Lamb's Wool Ncti-SIurts and Draw- 1st.hile Swcllingsof e-ery description. JOS. PRIESTLEY ![ I'

:'illahassec. Nov., 1833. [(13tfJ] PORT, MADEIRA & .'tllJSC. TELLE WINE ers-fine Nctt Silk and Doc-skui Undcr-Vests, an 2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.3d Howirr; are few 2iu.ingt}>: many!r :id r
--- excellent article Schirrasor Glandular Tumour have been either entirely cuiedor grt.J..y
for invalids.A f
STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE !! in bottles, imported specially fur the of the particularly 0 r Dr Fe-
use quantity of course Clothing suitable for Negroes, those hardened tnmours ill women's breasts which often within the last twelve months, by the use .e f
I N addition to his ware-house the sick. Weigand & Snowden's superior AMPUTATING and an assortment of Ii Jia Rubber Surtuuts, Pea- limes terminate in ulcerated eanccrs. tcrs' Medkica: Stoniachica; ct llepaacx. ufcm

subscriber has recentlycrected a spacious build TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EVE, DissEtTING Jackets and Trowsers, warranted very durable anti 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name state of Georgia.Mrs. c

J p 40 by: 23 feet, receiving cotton and ood. and POCKET INSTRUMENT, in canes. perfectly! water-proof are offered for sale by the subscribers 0' Catarrhs, of every description.5th AbncrHicks. Wflkinson. "
TIMOTHY M'CARTY. STOMACH PCMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and on veiy low terms. I iberal deductions: from Rheumatic Pains of the joints.Cth Mrs. Capt. James Willis, do.d' r

c, Mark!, erember t7tft 183 J. H"A Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. the regulor established prices will l lie nude on all or- Sprains and Cruises every description or in : Col. Win. F. Bond, (

An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the ders for ctrsh.Qir whatever part situate. I Wayne W. Elands Esq. Lanrtn3.rvm .
T : Mill, Negroes and Goods for Sale. Shakers- which are Lemon Balm Catnep The subscribers return their sincere'thanks for 7th Tetters of all kinds. In tliis complaint the paUent Allen. Esq.do. _

rg.IE subscribers intending to close their business Hysop, Mint among, Sweet Majoram Savor, I the very liLeral patronage heretofore received and in applying the Ointment must keep the part Co l. John W. Porter, Motpn. f

M. at Aspalagn, the ensuing summer, with a view Thyme CeUery &c. I| would s'ill hope by their assiduity and strict attention out' of water- Sanford Chapman, Esq JorlO I
of,:.:..in AtApalvchicolancxt fall will sell a bar LIME,JUICE j I to business, to mcViv and receive a continuation: of the 8th Chilblain, or parts affected by fro?t.*' Alexander Irvin, Esq is J
pa'ni i in Uie.Saw ard: Grist Mill The Mill is situa- and LEMON SFRDP. i same. It i is also one of the best remedies' for Dams and CnLGeo. G. 't.1\hews Gref0 L

ird one mile and a half from the river on a Creek aff- SPICES ofe\.ery kind-Genuine INDIA CCRRT. I Just received by the subscribers, by recent arrivals, Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE I ;
nr.ling an abundant supply of water throughout the English, French, and Pr nt s's Soaps and Per- n fic-bh assortment of Goods suitable for Spring and short time. holrll" ;

year, and commands a good supply of timber, was fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- Summer wear, among which are Crape,Camlets, Bombazine -: For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular HOWEVER inveterate, in one cold bjfries' P. la lI

r, imcrlyownedby Mr. Dickon, and has lately been nard &. Noye's celebrated INK and INI POWDER- Circassian, Lasting, Marino and Leopold Swellings it superior to any rredicine yet known to I er from takin? for II: -

rrbuilt by us. The Grist Mill is the best in the neighborhood THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. Cassimeres ; brown, white, and fancy Drillings; grass, : the medical faculty* It is much safer than mercurial .I Ointment. This preparation certainty, unnt
and commands nearly the whole custom. E. B. PERKINS. cloth, white and buff Valentia, and fancy Marseilles i iV of any prepartion of that material,) because it does safety,' espedition ease and :1t. It fIO -

We will sell with the mill, desired, four or five ery Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] e tings, Sic.'-All of which they offer for sale on reasonable i not lay the patient liable ,p injury from expose to led for the well care of certain this troublesome operatic mpa1Clrt; .
I rapid as as ?'
valuable slaves t and two waggons and teams. .XpaUehieola terms. Made up to order in the most fashion cold.This ia one k/a/iif Jl
affording a regular and an improving market mm\W JUW m Dagai1Il 1 able style. Liberal deductions as usual will be made i Ointment has cured sores of many years stand I I disagreeable disorder most efiectaallv
;'.r lumber makes this a d irabl.property (or one Q for cash.-March 30, 1835. 1-Cm. ; ing. Where it id impossible or imprudent to healthy plication only! 0 r jj.st i ill
who can devote his attentioa to it. The property A LARGE and complete assoil : p I external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming It does not contain the least particleother be pIi fi1b

will be shewn anytime to any person wishing to mentof Fresh Drugs and NOTICE. carious or rotten it will stop the progress of the canes, dangerous ingredient and may or wthe'breait. at .
Idicinesjust rcc:' safety females
nurclittse.W 4 ved from New York:end Baltimore sale wholesaleand I SIX months from date, I will present my vouchers increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of perfect by pregnant
will also sell our stock of Goods comprising a retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners, I! a settlement! and shall apply to the Hon. fousive emell, and ease the pain.It iired OlSo

S xi good assortment for the season. and. will sell,or rent on the most accommodating :!. supplied : County Court of Gadsden county, for Letters of Dis- curio the worst Felons or Whitlow* on an application Price. 311.2ceDtsa box, with ample Con* 1
1 .'ur improvement, consisting ofa Store House and a EDW. SEIXAS I mission a* administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. of 48 hoars.Rheumatisms To those afflicted with t

I .vrgc and new Warehouse for storage of cotton on M-vy 2341 Druggist Magnolia Florida., Peebles, late of said cauntv, deceased. which have stood so long u to becomea celebrated Albion C.rn F1asZ rafordI'ia .
R the river bank. It is kown to be a good stand r' a STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, Adm'r. systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken inwardly THE and at the same time CIiStheCornovtbytbernwithutthelP l' -

-store and a tavern, and needs no further recommendation November 24, 1334. 19.6mROW to remove them entirely. But in most common 0CaIrorIcAra. .

from us.Ve received during the last season cases by airing this Ointment externally as directed .-"To thoe afficted wtfM c-t
4 lovcn hundred bates cetton, and expect to receive TONIC MIXTURE. it will give relief: And even i in old people, whospains their feet. I do certify that I have sed the : ,

nbout the $tWO quantity the present season.flwtttnwof a perfect and lasting have been of longer standing, it will ease the Plaster, with complete saecess. B r*I b5' .J
any of live above property will be cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale pain.To box it completely cured a Cora which dthe tf l.e

mido accornmodalin, and great bargains may be hal &wholesale and retail, by FLETCHER sea captains ud masters of vessels this ointment for many years. I make this public ,IS-

of til In good* for cub or on a short Uedlt.HARRISON WESTCOTT Florida Dn/ttul, Jppalachi.cola most be very valuable in winter on oar coast it being those afflicted with that painful coo pi1" SHAr.
S & RANEY. ver? certain in its effects on Chilblain or pans affectolwith .

.,)\ II\ft February 1835., 28-tf SALES.-Thcsi -1 hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and frost it like wise pros yea its qualities in aUdi Flashing, L. I. Feb.28." .
AUCTION scriberhavingloca Westcottmy entsforthe sale of"Row- matesA .
CHRISTIAN P. DUERR, is hereby fully author- in Tallahassee pifcposes to do a general ami's Tonic Mixture" in the Pmic ,50centsabox. PI
Territory of
iJeC1to collect the debit of the late firm of PEACHY commission business regular aale days Tuesday of Florida Eastern part of Alabama, & most large excellent mass medicine testimony will proviog be shown the to value those of who this 07: None are &nainae ah *iP1eJ T IIDD
ole
the pnetor.
f & MACfINDER aDd those of the lUbscn Perffdrff aDd Saturday. printed wrapper, by T.C01 .
.Western of who wish
part Georgia are able furnishthe farther information Dr \V.
S ; to on application to Hers the ala Dr.
He will also attend unmediate ww 811 or to .
will administrator
: iftdebied to cither please make immediate to and othersales I-
said medicines
to all whq them tons, or to of his authorized RmoTerNstreet
may apply to on
who made in the ROBERT J. HACI any agent Fer sale at his Cbuatra 'J' .
Indhrklualk purchases of Cotton15eInd county. LEY. &lit .
fttlfif tAi March3d1833. as favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro The above medicine said by special appointment of near Concert Hall, Bort>. f I
Bald Rope are earnestly requested to 3StfNl prietor himselC" Ie Sietied, the patentee and warranted enuiDe: (

4' et1l:t: 5 JOliN BLAIR PEACHY.28lf B. Instruments of trrttmf executed with neatness JNO. ROWAND." E. B. PERKINS DROCGUT.T peeialappoataept, D PUKlNS,DI : '
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'r. Mub, Ftb. and despatch, by r ft lJACKL, "Philadelphia Oct. 94th 1833." eitf Hha see, February 21th 1SJJ, 27tf. Talhkues,MiedQt IdaJ.:1Jtl 4"4A


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