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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 16, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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W.ARD : .
CHANDLER -
1 x course, was not more thtw '-l ndr'f mil"",t *
AT LAW.
ATTORNEY his rcI41efl. THE FLORID1AN"LAISSEZNOUS still, from the devious roulc they were obliged to
:1t
gflLcesAMIJEIi b''Tee; \brrh 7 1E :;5, Otf pursue, it was fully one half more .Irran that, or .
--- -- upwards of three hnndred miles which they had

;1. B. STEPHENS, to traverse in these circumstance of da jger and

Attorney! nt l atD.'f5 J distress. Latterly their only beverage consisted ,

Gadsden CounSi I AIRE." 01'water and limc.jUlce, and this it was i I
himself in Quincy, ecessary
,
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; will Police in the Court of AP- -- i-I =-- -- :_-.: to give out rather sparingly.) Their suffering from
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h'1a,tbc'Snrcf1'r CotUt" of GacUdin, Leon and[ m'\t 1mQ aILQ Di1'Q tL1 IEI41WL IA' the cold, however, exceeded every thing ihey hd
Z1Dci ;i
Jl S irU counties.Janu -. -_._ ._ 'T 1fN QO i1bw1l before under one.-'rom this every ind vkiualof
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> 21! Mvcar. U ---- the whole number composing the expedition suffered -

-- Dr. ''1\1. FLAKE has IP CD SB m h-ss -II I severely. When they made a at
M. SCOTT = Q requited. Be assured of my devotipn to thereat stop night, ,
AMES returned to Tallahassee with the g antI noble undertaking and and they were not less than thirty two Jays and

1TTOR.\'EY: .IT L. W. _:;: intention of residing here perm3.v From the I'kiladdp'ita! Inqnirtr. Biilieve me, nights (travelling these three hundred rules, the

.rrn\Ci, "card himself Slonticello, Jf'1Tcr's0nn \ ;, nently. Having regained his health I A GKM.No Your humble] only means of accommodation they po ssed tva* .

n'y.TkriJ.i, tenders his professional: scr- 1\ he w.Il attend assiduously! to the business di's pro onwho, hai human feeling, ran read the fol ..: very H. P. HOPPNER.servant, a bag to sleep in. Each traveller hat his own .

,jrrs to thC Cteins of the Territory generally. He fession He will be found, when not prc"ionally l lowing wi.hmit: motion It is one of the most touch "R. N. Club Broad Street tap, which he tied tight round his neck, t the whole

Hpractice, in the Cuurts of. the C.VUUIPS of Leon,, { en; :ncd! u his residence. ing i things we eer 11'ruS'clnci is nlike creditable body being covered by it; this mode was adopted

Jeftrwn. and Gai1s.kn, and the Courts... Tina::. MRv 9th. 395w.ADMINISTRATOR'S. (I') th" 1 Lrtd .md the h"\ rt of it author. Had Willis "Saturday, March 21st. to prevent the feet fromgettingnut
by chance
"
Rfld Lou r..!,. (rnr"ia. He olv tenders hisHcrv.rcs; NOTICR. never v.rten; anything !lsr. th.s production would P. S. There w no occupation so lowly) that I Iwill I an event, had it happened which an/: I
was certain to
t' men.. r.if! as. a collector and.pledges. him A LL have stamped II'11 as a true p-M. not undertake." be
PfrsCIJ persons indebted to the estate of Wm. Un- the t forerunner of a frast-bittert; limb. The face-

jf! 'a, <. to punctuality* .mention.: O.ticc m Mon- .ZtV. dorw-jod lat- (if Hamilton County, deed arc: Fr m the .'.'ic Ycrk .Virror. Captain; Ross, however, naturally enough preferred was also! i1Uilarlyco\.eredt and, for greati r securi

::rc1 flcr" 2"") .:f requested totnakc immediate payment to the subscri: BIRTH-DAY VERSES-TO MOTHER.. [' rVcu to this most disinterested offer, that ty as well as comfort, tied down to ihe en mind-
I be, as indulgence cannot be and those I his own nephew should
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given; having him. close
; ur N. P. WILLIS. accompany say together? asks a m mlerof th .
"Hl) C t>IL"R'W III T E.: demands them; ranst dtd' the said estate arc requested to present :My birtli-dnv'! Oh, beloved) mother The following exhibits the degree of told tt I Commiltee of C.-.ptain Ross, and Iis aiswer is

H71LL P' '\'TICF. Lvw in the Courts of \Iid- bed by law, oithry-authenticated will be. forever within barred.tho time ptcscri- My heart fs with thee o'er ths seas't? which the: party was exposed-and tic value of thus given: Yes; we dug a trench in f Ie SlImv"

die F 'iorul.1 Jaek
Adm'r. Bcfoiv I wept : thy knes-" most rigorous privations and is triumphant uvi with snow then ;., In tren nh' enonghjust t
%rpC''..tS. pO":: 0 rue I.. 'Vallahasscc. Hamilton C unty, April 10th, It:I.5. upon ; went (
r Before this scroll of absent yc.rs deuce fot] the temperance cause: j "* wt.yat i cevrn jeople. \\c h: d three
)\11.1S.H.. 14tf.l __ May __ 39-8 Wn M""..1 ...'.' 'x- -".I'mff tc"r-i'. The niches, CHIC officer into
f" __ __ _ ;Iwe-t point at which the (hcrmuI}--'r went each, and we then
APM. N, [ /VsliesV'biddei/ I do .w. -_. '. .-.'b .... , 1 TJ .: .M' ( : at public out My own not carr: to check- ftiay crept together during
; S J111 .T. r..f'i.r'CprC'tC1l1 1'TIT & I was sixty degrees lUll half bcl.nv the time "
rJlt \ I ( V -iVy'iu the city of Tallahassee, on the 8th I weep-albeit here alone- a zeio, we were asleep.

: tl''ir C eurt of .\p] ,\Is-T'P.j thy of June ne t11 the personal property of Wn,. As if I hunij upon thy neck, which i nitcty two and a half below the freezing 'What were you resting on-on th; frozeu

t Su/rnor. C').1ft s of Leon, ("t ails dt II. nnd *"]'K. Kinnard, deed consisting of variety of household I As if thy lips were on my own- p oint of Fahrenheit. Tit's: was in January, 18.11. snow.

tn in t'l1'' T'-rritory <'f Kl- rid.i ; and in the "IJ'Icrior furniture1, plantation tools, oxen and cart, one horse As if this fuU!!, sad heart ot mine I;t was vjery seMom so low as that ; it had been "What was the bag made of ?-Geneiallvof

."'ilrf m" TI} unas k De'-iuir count if?, of -IC South fuddle and bridle, and one nero woman about thirty Were beating closely upon thine. requenti.v!: so low as eighty degrees below the: double blanket!; some had them lined with skin. a

r.11, iurf-o.d, circuit of the State..f Grorg- KCFuJcn- five years of ace. GEO. YOUNG, Adm'r. rrcl'zilJg't '-pint, but never except once, f fora t Jew "What was the
,Dtf Mav 9. r.9dMARSHALL Four weary year! how looks she niw ? greatest degree of cole you tbscrvel
-rc1aIIJ :onmher 2311 I IS33 : d abs. StW. as often
ninety.
What liht is in th<>*e tendereyrs? They however, had I during your jotrrncy?-Thirty tvo( below
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-JOhN J. 4DtM S SALE. What trace of time ha* touched the brow eiiihty five; at this time there was no wind.! zero, which is sixtv Ibu.- below the frecz nff point

B Y virtue of a writ venditinni cxponas issued I Whose look is borrowed of the skies In all Jormer attempts to live under such an ex- ol Fahrenheit."

TTO'\"Er .IT L/lJr,) from the Clerks) office of the Superior CVmtof That listen to her ni ''nly pr.iycr: ? I reiDC degree of cold, death was the result; as the \"c can add nothing to this plain ui: adorned

i- .1 on' Q'linry to Apptar1.irob, ; TI'\y. Leon County" me directed 1 shall offer, at public. Ilnw 1 is she chained, since he was there t uelaric'i; I, cases of Sr Hugh VVilloughby's crew, statement, to show the- reader the nature and

11'I"- : '" ; 1\1: >' ;friend) th] Courts held at the I ';'t1]n l lunre thr door of the Court House in the Ciy of Who sleep" up'Hl her lwcirt ahvuy. who; albpi'iishnl i:: and were lou: ilil dead in their tent of the suileritigs the must ex.
Fuit. (& ti'-v and :>I iri.irna: ; :nml.) I I'HC: annual t.'rn1'f Taibhassee. the first Whose name !hvr lips i party lave en-
:; worn l
.' on Saturday in June next, for up-ip ait I; aii'if t th" party of sailors at Spitsbergen, who dured.
,II.,fo' ; .:' Appeal:* at Talhlw-M. Letter:, adg or.sh. the West! half of the S. E. r.'irvrtrr of S.rtionVC 1 For whom the nilit frems made toprar, veie lil-V'-'i:: ; all found ilciil From
with
.If' :: ."I. ; ( ,'t :).IN',.wi..i'd h" at ided: U. Township 3. Ranjre 1, N. and W. cowlainin0 For hum she wakes to pr.1Y1t morn, well atti.,t. coM, but lu<> tl-isjltJrnC'yCtptain of Rosshtimsehl' in COIlt'qUl'IICC -
I ::." I I. lJ ,n] WhoirCJirht i is the wounds, suffered nueh! in
!1. 'I' 1lf4"; t. __ nrres more or l I. ss; levied on as pidpcrty' ru.lonuiiijj to iim-whose bcart-strinrrs stir- very
"----- \ C \ }HD.HAMLIN the estate! : of Alexander A-Kiir, c1'cd1111 will be sold! I Wiio weeps' thoie tears: -to think of her Captio'} llnsx attributes the preservation of his I constitution. He slates it as his opinion' that if

tiusi( a ]i""ft1CIlL obtained by Lewis & Alien v:;. party l'i-9ui;; the fita; effects of cold, t<> the method lua men had had: another another himd ed I miles

V SMELL said; d'-od. AdI'r I know not if my rrotlmr's eyes i hey took ventilating their hut and) covering i t in peribrm; they could not) have accomrlished ifr

.1TT hot wren I'-'iril honr Would liiid mo chsngcil in other things. I with iceThey were also without spirits)' the as they were alt quite exhausted when ;tlny: re. cheil -
TF1O. E. IlANimUMl Marshal. I I've wandered hnseath mmy skies, I liter(( fif'.t t" months of the and he Fury iJearh :11111.11
attributeso that
: time
\V!' r1"i! i '0)> ',. -i'T-; "> '-"lIfiJI.t l 'o him with im.'nV" (: -- And tasted bilt--v voyage I ; they: had only
T.ti.1h.I': May: 9 I 39.id uuny springs, t this Jt'ttct; a considerable the i one day's provision left.
portion nf did
t: : '1".1' "' ''I 1 f" P. !lst l llf _. And le.ivf-., l'I cc fair 'r.tI l healthy They l1)t reach
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-- -- -- many ,
II" -Ui\Cl!: .\1RKSand J\S. D. \\iST. From :: flowrr g-iy late in :hich the party ice.'' They bad also s.>me L [ Fury LVarli! until the first of July. _
have
Slt )' ribrr rxpr *r ts lo !bi abm-nt from the Ter youth's dropp'd away- -
0'' j I'1' .' t., I">.;III i-:'I '- THE; Iltlil''p'.L'mil""l' next.11111 hereby Rut, as those looser leaves dcpxrt, cticoa liiirmg the greater: ;a.it; of the time, but hat j! What :a meeting' it would have been, JiadCanr l ; !
aJ'I'inlli
'
:
'.!': \ .:; ;1 Ht', ,%:- h1 : ) t- Ia' ,\.,: j:i Au< t\llo1I\ AlMon ;anti Arthtl11'1.: or cithrr of them The lrts<;cn'd flower, cts, near the core. t tl.'rly tl\:-. ,I..Jwlllce was extrrmelv linjited., and lor I\I Brick f lound the hall"starved sutll-rersat t 'lat [loneJ ( j

b._ <1'01,1'' .1111'HIP'b,'" 'i< r.vi.-utorsof thn <.-tt.toof; I II 'his i Ajrcnts and Att i t t<>rncv-s* in f.lrt tduri-i-z h'* a'xonce.' And when desalted quite, the hrart he I..stm: months t t'i:iCy remained, it I t was v hat ll!:. I j J ly wreck, tneir only place! of refugue? 'J he scene j

,titlidl.' I 'i'i' di'i-- hl'l1.l ''h')i 11 ti. tho I, (Ct uniy Court April 231 ii I l"t.: _3tf_: Til._ JE1-". GKEKN" Takes -losei what: was dear of yore xh'iiis4.-d.. : Tl.ey had some coiThe tuade of btinu \vould bc Hir be)oud the finest colouring of TO** I
_
.:,! :>ic (.'..iiuly .11 ,1"1, '1 d aij.ly| fH' adiw j har b.T .r.B And leans to tho*; who lovrd it flrt t, l e.sr ; I[ mince.H .

\ J. l.r:> TEn.: ? XOTIGE.i The slIn"lil1cntl: the dew by which its bud wa-i rtui'sl. The i':)!!owiig; i is: the description of the coimrry !f We close-; this article by remarking, that the I
Executors.M i '1:1.11'i.nr'll ? ibis rl j
W'I. 1.1,1'EI: THE ns W t til"n into Partner wt' tcc tl.inng: outcass: from the world lived rni.sh no\vrnrii2iit nobly rewarded all
I Mr. S.f". Ptovcns, the! businesswill: l.crc- I D.Ar mother! dost thrIll love me yet concerned I
I I
:
'. so : f this
1 cin; J i marv.eli.Ubly: in
t -' :'1 extraordinary Tte
aft rbc Ci"1,1>l "r-d at Tdlia'iissfC'! u.idsr Am' I ixnv-mbcr'd in home ? expedition. men all!
-' ------ the firm cf my '
I I I TJi! arouiiJ; the received
.Nrl'I:1( : :, S viborn 1 MSlovens.. \Vhcn those I love for joy are met : : soa : ( ship) presented one con uouhle! pay. Capf. Ross was knigjitedam

1111j j ,r '11,,:; 'i'' RJ: 141 thl' :1,1. llf the TT n im Th,', h iv nn luinii a ')0,1"\ is'sorlrncnt of Dry Gods, I: Docs .some one wish tlut I would come ? I I I I rl'.rwl! : fij-Ii,1! t-f ice; towering icebergs of gl antlc t: gl< ; SOOO-and hie nephew[ and the other of

rockery H ;Inv: Ware andGro'> Thou dost! I a-n beloved of si/i\; ;uij! i-i-'i;-ularly ftintasticlorm\ ; im'neijse masses f l'l'rsVl"re nmned lately >roiaottd d
I ill..1: i ll ';.! t'a: .i'-y i an iho T4rritl'r.fFI.ritia cricsamr; )njj which l i tree- | -ai Felix
""i';' 'II111: '-rr:"JW:1t: I 10') .'t..iock\t' the ojJice! niv ;nrhiii-c I lf-t( of Liquors, co\ sistinff of OM] Madcri.x lL L, But as the .schoolboy numbers o'er throftii up at :pleasure! called! ) hammock.! '; pyramil. -I Kooih, whose unexarnpletl liberality pave existence
Port, Malaga, n.i! Clrcl.Yinc3. Night fter ntli the t'lei.ulcs. I.", ctvitic.: *, and an endless! of to the
,,' WVini! Fi&I! loiitinue; ujK-n <>i i.xty days. : J.miiica, and Si. variety Hiring expedition, was made a Baronet and en ;

I ,, _L..i--4"_'' _:''b1 1 'I'. I h J:!""'. .".."._1-' Croix Rum, Iri-.li U'hnkcy, Pcich, an.1 Ct !II'\C Bran And} find- the tturs h : found befire, h-jaj'c-J; together:: in wild disonfeifiom; !)iiie, I tirely: ce; ;nursed (Gr lib expeu 's.

-- dy.-,\Iso.: largo tot of Nc ro Shoes, manufactured at As turns the imi,ler. ot: her token, hi'go stalaclifa! ; are gracefully pen-lent, others are r-
kfRKPATUICK
;: Qumcyand loatherofovcry di-srription: All of which As counts! the mist <>\\l his irold, I ur.'oumleil, by r", clirystal. aij.lbriilLmt!! iccr5; --
A ) will 1-e <.Md at a small a-lv.incc (rush. So, 'till lift'-i .silver;: curd i is broken": ,the s'lrf.I, I from the Vermont Phtrnir.TAKE '
d 1Jl1til'udcC't'r11 sorrel, now pro-Minent in.\s tinged with the tiitt vivid I i
.
auii I Ta9tiisser! : May 1st 3j.l2w (IRA SAXHORN" ,Would! 1 f.fthy dear love be ti.ld-
5iii! : 1.ur years old) I L;. )hands hii, : hart i i. fullir.ino emera'J' and \i():/l tints, and tlc: ml1-.t intense )blue I : WARNING -Died at Vernon, ( n the 3d
My
m biji;11 hcilth! aiid vigrrf will stand the ; FLORIDA LANDS FOR S\LB. I : t ; eyes arc wet- fyclDv.ar shie.Iftrking(! the inst. Miss
m Mary Stebbius
recesses
presenting : ,
mother} dst thou love thy long-lost vf 'J.IfcrOil a al'U'did I daughter Captaiu
f' ui r T
1 '.. P'.cufvu: *. rUc"at '. CJi-o-. ig young .
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: 'ttili \ a' Talial'l'MiJ.T lum for) to-ichins the Deaf ar.d) Duml when) thr In to t 1 he l qoiitment called ihe
will sell ur inec again by Capt. lioss, Boothia: lady, day: previous to he;* death was in
} ''c', :u.d: \\iIl1)! l I't< to ::I'irt"- 't *7 t lh' good
?
MIIp I.
: vI-elf/lit"I( ,. on accommodating terms all or any part of the lands Cre; < \II' "ii-:tnd I, s;ccdin o'er the f'.iC. and the adjacent islands, present nearly the same health, and at dinner manifested her spiightlrness!
j' > v :1 ', if paid: .it liuiCviliin. ii :
day t beloncin: to said corporation, in Florida. My In-art; t.ik; s its i lciigtlicii'd clnin! I
> Mi 1., SI ij L if p.n.1' .If'-': the *''.AV... c.v.ir5, and; dJ j Tho lands( whirh; !have been sclrctrd arc :A mi, link by Ink up; draws nearer! thee-, appearance, being1 only distinguished from the and pleasantry. Soon after dinner she w Jlkcd out

t ii' '.u ai.njx to !i.U' i'l i f"'.li:, 'jlcii: will coiho di.r :j eligibly i: tutted i and of fincqmlity! and, there generally tin j '.V 111'11 t-ind is'ludrd, and from the shore ocean by the bare sides of steep and precipitousrocks towards the river, and visited mlma-.ur sawmill ..
a< "'. '11 a.iJ.; ,I''t'.. i k a'.C'1'11 tit .'d l in ;. rem s which occasionally rise to a ; of hrrlittL-brother, 011 small nvule] .
t. to >c fnal or j yot to !he !kcte.l Sc\ era! section?, ,.. lich mnv be ) ';.>in.-> off the blt'sed breath of home, great height, a : between ,
;'.t''1.1 1 it!,-\1'J! -3 cciis to tho .Tro.v.1, to lx*. 1-.,,.;J ti d upon any unappropriated! ; !lands in the ']' oca-I Willi fra
'i, rm' a':.; ;\v snomfs the siTvic. I isjx-ndered. ho Accnt invites g'-mlemen. w-cl",-r> 1'"..' "..- ,u.v,;fcrs or't:en wuen I CII1I'- primitive granite; and in some pact.s! vast masse the house, and playfully inquired o the lad

T i..K, I' -Kiinjtv.iK'K wus Ei itd: l>y :)\?.:nsic:t. 1 11 I',finds in FJ"-i '" ri" Cia nn1: in .L .Tilahas'sce, ho I Whcr port i iC 'niu'd, -ind, slowly now, arc piled with extreme regulaiity, in others so confused whether he expected to set up all night, like other .j
:'ii: ,, .M.v.rihc: rsv.'teekhrated l.C'r 'J" "\ : "'" me purjio.--' ot dn! ; ;heiilTairs of the I Institutio'i.I The old Ii iiiilti r [paths .no lhast, that they evidently mark
to tend
violent his
M \ :t : .-MiMj-Jc-ir; Trto., .-1-.. ti.c I' C"t': j in FJ.nda will eil And some con sawyers, mill, &c. Ou her return to
low fur .5h!
r and
,
!> (: entering uif.cMacious how
on terms to suit vultion of
.... nature. These the
dark
and house she
111..d <.
3 "! "?! i.orse .iizfxii.hf e.I. -y lMnt! ot I. iiircha-jpr. R. 1 frowning pre- amused the children of he family: I '
] C.
I. ..: i.i:, I.1 /l.y IL"Iu.ll by Ciuld .luciii. Arabian ALLESgflLt.. gaze upon thy f-'re at last, cipices, without the 1 least marks of by treating: them with the bark
1, ) \lI': 'WIIl 1 18 >5. 3Sw And run to thee, all faint and weak vegetation,I of brcfi twigs, '.
I ': .:.u liy T'-H! < .ai! ust, l.e by C. ilaun; (, illatju! 1 1-y And fuel form a singular contrast with the! pinnacles of ice, which she had procured in her walk sti-l cheerful[
thy tons cheek
iri-fil"f.4, ;. -ol U'dfliiiiV, --. ()-'., his ;''Illthll.! by Gnyj 1 I I EXGBII1 vi \ ri. Oh if my hcartltrc".II't upon thy with -joy j and the p:1rkling: whiteness of the surrounding and pleasant.; Some time after.-but how long

lv: I II-J'y. /t.!tisj who:'o:' cd Oscar, ini"-trx-d.! rC\I'1IjII.t: dam I O IT. Throop, Engravtr. of Bink Notes, Maps, The light of L heaven wiil t fairer; seen, I snow. 4)l was jrol by j Pii.jf !, ld! J I '
<
S'jurk
'Id interminable
ty'-iu-i\ -Itii jL.ati! r l.y Portraits! Heads of Bills, Madness and Vi',i-I And 1 shall gn-\v onc n.orc a boy. field of ice and snow, whose very [paul u> the dock-her moiher observed paleness

..x 7ih,} WUttin-to'.i., >:. i-i i 'iy!, I by l'&t'J.tv.sTuni' ;;:ht, Cl: by Jat 1- \\\Vi-j.\ : Cards Diplomas! Notarial nnd .Sorjrty Seals, And, mother !-'iwill be like a drcantx harrenn&s: is beautiful, but wnich conveys a t feel' unusual: ort Mary's countenance, and asked if shr

\\ .\- ". Tough Door I'l.-itc, !, nnd all kinds .Tlasnnic Kn r.ivin<; e That we. were parted thus for jug of total! privation and utter desolation. was unwell.-Mary :
't' n by iuijvrt .d l Ksivip": o'it of (; )1 l lloon.e'sCfi. e.cntf-d in ; years readily replied "r dt> fjei
;...r.vrJ l\.n-y. siic by 4ild iiujxutfil Uvi-Joril: l, OIl of at 1\1 r. Wikuns-i\ superior, Bo'.k:manner Sprfi'ncus nny IJT seen And, once that: we have dried our tears, Towaids the south, the horizon was overspread k sick! and! perhaps I have eaten too m Jch bitch

0 u. Sjiotsu jii.li. iRiportt-d i \1..t .:bi ina.j:! J'hose who,; Tidalisis--i-i! : \tal"eli; I 19th:Store I ISl.l.where: odrers m.y; be left How To will meet thy}then d y; seem loii with and bright, by an a'ch of bright t and splendid cnmaon: light;, i hark" She soon became much distreiiseJ, attended .
Ii i -iiu 'ii- :',e a detailed always the morn, which was: always iuc! about with
: more UI7.ZIIC3S'Illlent
vujnt of his noon when)
lft'di"r' 't I j" .Si ig:1:: and ornanviital painting executed And hear thy blcs even j retchincp, and occasional
in6
fi'. '' -.r'I'111) oiri <:, I"' .Jujt'tr; T.n"1!iro: r< A-fitd to hlJ\'c: as n-J Thy dearest every" firit ni"ht- the sun was at its greatest southern) decimation::: I spasms ; and on further inquiry by ter mother .
JR? .' nc.'s .1'Ur I' I".C"hr? '. No. tliy -brn"I indeed the ; f
I I
Janmry : of
h' oJ. : -- And be return what might he considered rrsprctiiig I the cause of her acute ,
.V- FOIl no more, as now, in sfran land forlorn m aiu alarming
-i-ur: T m' 'S colt--: Itt '., SALE. a ,e .
OI \ vid! :il very hi'hT : -- ----._ I day way: alwnvx mrirkvd: hy so ronsidprihlt! alio'ht.! I I ditrl''i.| .\Iiw easily rccllkcted nnil ri-nilil./ sta'i i ttf
-- -- -
: Istw thur III1Jr"Hm :II;. he )havi.i Jiadlist Q Tir.nO S of pihr: Ric'?, wry l-,-.v f-.r. = h. that hy lowe ted !
t" : ci ; From the J\ew York turning a towards the south, the smal i! tint duimi her walk she rcutvujonrtpud; ;
{
in.winner' th ,ibc nf I ( ii) Qrl. Casks Corum. Advertiser.CAPTAIN "
tn }:tt any nther h> r&c in of TCIJCflI1'il.f', wirr.inledire. lest I
print might be read without [ of Jamesloicit *
A difficulty and the ll'eedy and had
eaten rf flit
'f''I> ht ; seme
c\idn.cii '
orst : hou\w of ini i \ ROSS.
my ";' n C. MLLE( [
<_1 'i it ic, I 11nl.: I p.\tl List Ncnbrr: ten 'thou :lI\.I i : ,I Sr Marks, 'T.IY' 2d} 3.,1I 1wlAltSIlAL' Messrs. Wiley and Long have published in brightness of the moon and stars, together with Cecils, which were diaeovcieil in the mntents' of
just
', I. 'l'.Ih1'rhllll. I'hcjierfifid. V.t._SiiIt. l!_ 1\". I .tt.I : \1 -.*---- a small l volume, an interesting untune of the reflifrtion of the sun, rendered any thing ap- I the stomach sp.iutaneuubly ejected. Dl ring thesu .
I SALE. Captain: proachit-g a deep or positive gloom of sefiies, her uncle! I 11. !StcI
W. JOllSlI'f'J' :. Y Ross' (late hazardous rare OCI UF- George >binsr came in.
jr
I and
\ ?'I( (If a writ of Fieri memorable!
,; \:: :: '.t'l: t7 f l :it''jI.lr; : ;, !\. W.Iprn'Il,1," : Ja I s-liall at Ftrtitn to me delivered abridged from the evihence taken expedition renee. .#l'he opposi'e portion of the hemisphere and jiK.'il; : } her mother in stating to her her imminent
publick File, before before ihc Par-
< : C i!. t1. < -f iJ I'xpo the door was splendidly illuminated ) that J:1n cr.-lkr lather
r.-: .wliiiGivcn Va. hy .absent
tit being hu .
a' -: price ->f j of ili C\lmt.Il./use in the City of Tallahassee liamentary: CommIttee-and extraordinary on -
J I1' '. wKeti :. i nl1 ,-,2t, and is .11 1 vruded( from his un.ihd {I f rs' .lurday in June next, all the riiit on the sketch accompanied: by a and bcAitilid ;phenomenon, the Aurora Borealis, ness, her uncle went in haste for a physician.
titclaim ol'previous
,! ArcLc: Discoveries
I"I : li..:I\:: a < ttl tork horses. with anengraved viviJIy 'darting its brilliant The Doctor
;; pr"\ > < ( Thu- J and iiittiv a o: John LauJaman in and 1.1 the llo\vin of the coruscations towardsthe being at that time ovei the river,
\ :.-o> _.i-i:i :-i.u; : Kirkpairick; combines in an. eminent dcsrribfd LOTS, to wit-part! of Lara No. 81 and 32siuutcd \ have seldom map dreary: regions explored.Ve zenith in endless variety, and tinging the ice couU not he obtained till almost 5 o'do.I": P. M. ,I
( :: :ittii-.f' lite *. met a little \vork:
:
!l:.uiai! '. ..j AIlJi'a'jTI1 nvs' aj.prnvf.d,. stocks fit h.u- .e! in : : in the oritrin.il plan of the town of Talhilnsscc. and as it is not intended so interesting, and snow with its pale and mellow light ; the re- At that time she was in agonizing distress!

,'a-V ; \Itdl.y and: Pi-Miied I' AlsJ LOTS No. 201, 202, and 2-2G, in the North to supercede the largerwork maining portions of the sky are clear, d:rk and unable to speak eyes reil and surcharged with
JAS. Il.T. LORIM12U.! :: addition: of said Town uo\v preparing by the gallant Captain himself (
levied unclouded
Ii j on as the ofqaid thickly studded with numberless; stars blood-pupils much dilated-a petechi.il
-i .1 C\-;. I'.O. 151;. property ; hut eruption
April.25, :3;tf Laudamnn merely, AS the IiOflditi ': :
J j to satisfy said cxpcuton in favor of f publishers[ say, asa shining with peculiar lustre, the whole forming a over the sutlhce, resembling! a highly m irked case
/'jriN: i <,/ if /. .'ltr //oi C-J l'ort.f, ricridc: I\' Jams McMuiliu. Stir t. i I.kc; pl.ic within the tisu- preparatoryvlnt: to the substantial banquet," sinking and romantic scene, difficult to conceive of spotted i fever-almost perfect Joss f mucularmoiionr
,
As r,":;rds Kn l !kptti!i.:;:, I hav- !ii-rt,,iid!, 1 a iii h : hours. TIIOS R. RANDOLPH, 4!. which) the lortbcoming) volumes will present, we and impossible to describe the auful & and general stupor-the stonach and
".!.:stJioSi: vi't.j;,, ; liiC ilr-f M-UOII ,." a short, 1 i By A. ,A. FISFJER./A M. fee! no he'iJti.: in presenting a few extracts to ; grandeur [
tran.uif i to : sublimity of'vhiicli cannot be contemplated; but bowels not) cx<;itahle by large and repeated doses l '
1' tin- -JH j i d of jnii and .M.umu, l' ftIlH\I1'S, c<.I l!, tJ.y: _May_ 1 Ut 1.s:1;: 3S-td our leaders i whidi will l he t fiMitni highly interesting. with the most intense interest and of emetics cathartics and! -
enthusiastic enemas-
ad extremities
\\If.1 tn-i! on .L i'ii.h; of i twu: ujiJ:;<"! \vinn 1 Kirk It is well known that it
J'lt ti ,'un 1.If', "Ial I( u'lalC: '' i 11II11"1; ;*f \\cI:i, (!(II1 was ill out Too Ice Ice IceJ! Ice ! munificence of Mr.was Felix the rare 11(14)111liicli and disinteresteil miration.We surface, and breath cold-intense thust, but on

ibml tin- vine space buxve-ii lieii! !. :is hwy st irtt'd- T J II i: subscriber 11:1S11t\ received frtrn the North the expedition. originated conclude our extracts with the description any attempts to swallow, the organs of Jeglutition!

l\ltill.JIj had tinoultr! -Kirk ;. ..iih.ji turicd out ar.dry Fifty Tons of ICE'JI r.h is now stored at St. he conceived Captain Ross sul] ring of the manner in which the adventurers entrenched were thrown into spasms resembling hydrophobia:

rt \ l":.!. Ind! WI ( x"J.i"l. but >\ ;;.jkd to watrrtun Mark-, :anil will be so.'d 0:1 reasonable? terms in quali as unjustly, from the Injure of his themselves for the winter- and in which they -t7reat o difficulty of breathing-iu fine her 1! appearance
i former
11\ICI' p'r d., .tj1C i tit"; :: tu suit purcll.l tl1.11 the that
< 'UlI : i'l r W;;" a JI It.':! Krpt at Coutlctiouary he perilous journey in search of the was of agony. Although apparently I
'ande t.. bun a .iiiKt J. IJuI.jtk'| < Sl.izy, il\fli (
rude, which) In: beat ln-r wi'b th tiTnio> ca e, under( 7Cti:. U. 1. WKST. popular I'.irry was basking in the sunshine of favor On the arrival of the Victory in Felix Harbour swallow any thing. Some time in the I Litter
ft pull!, i u April 2:1 r". 1P'5. 37tf. leteriuined to make part
qixjii ,
time. On I tr.iiniiir ( and
: bun th! <: 1.t-.t C' another'oYl e, re- possible of the she
; 'I'IJ, --- every arrangement had been made to ren night Jiad(! a short loch inter-al, during
M-v.a' taktu witli tlic t',-ir! \\hnJi I ""-. d wo'-Jd! STOIlTJE lieve !..s honor, if not his J rtunc. He was baf tier the situation
AT
,.il 1.1tltJr siij.[ ST. M A II KS. : of the officers and crew as com- which she with much difficulty and in a hurried

t... and incdn-al lit 1:1): a twr1\'t.iotunce.. htMirs.And in spiu; i.1' ;111 :tI tt'il I THE subscriber having rented th.it large nnd lm.1 fled, however, in every successive application to tortable.as{ under the circumstances, it was possi manner talked some ; the powers of locomotion
I )know, the who
', !.' \\hen: he I. Warehouse formcrfy Admiralty- growinjr weary of repeated I ble to render t.Vrn. '1 h whole! of the appeared She
1:1: \\" iiumdcr, ami. was ''u-ld i in ihe rider. 'I .1 occupied by 'hal deck was returning. inquired of the doctor
hll h. fti:'il J.zrllu on a }wtv by h'ttli .i' nilge Crane takes this opportunity of informuij; his applications, given up the project as chimeri cn'ercllO\-er: at a moderate height with sail cloth "J>j :you think lOt dangerously sick?"--and being
\ I
'JtITlIne I 2m It t''. The colt I r.mrse Ita\'c ufKiric's; over ct u Miauls-with him and the public generally, th it all goods stored cal, and dually, as it were to destroy all the hope I properly stretched on spars. The whole of the answered in the affirmative, she rejoined, "Do

: 'r'JJrll"\I"III' /i4 h\s tin,. J shall: have his tri.test attention, and their they had inspired alxilishei! I the magnificent prizeof steam machinery was removed. A think there i i. chance
of
t 11 Ill. I'r i'S<* and likt'lv.\ t orders uill be iittt-ndcd 20.000/ snow-wall of you > any my rtCo\'eryJt
-
---- to with offered for
-- and des- so long the
-- pmrnplnc-st of
the
---- discovery
considerable thickness about feet She said she shouU be
TtMritory patch. EO\VIX'V. seven composed glad to drink a id take remedies :
Florida.( i, April1 19 3CtfPUBLIC DORSEY. North West passage. But this very act was the of large Mocks, was erected to defend tire vessel but that when she tried to sv'allow, she '

1 Jlirdy B. Cro., In Ike llGdidsn Supeimr Ctlll./ immediate cause of this princely merchant's taking from the northern blasts, and the still more dan- felt as if choaking to death. She passed affection ;

m, Bryan Crooi.i"J; i I JVOTICE up the hopeless cause. Conscious then, that drills which ate salutations 'with her
toJjunits Mijls gerous :snow were daily driven on parents and sisters pre .

v*,.Coniplainantv. \I I !! Is hereby g yen by the proprietors of no one could impugn' his motives, and under a them. :Another great advantage they felt from sent. A little before six in the morning she sunk
.L1 i IN C1U.sCtla. the Landi in Middle Florida strict promise o' secrecy from Ross, he advanced this wail well from into
Piusan. Jas\ \V. Exuui I known as as as the situation in which again paralytic stupor, and for mo x than-four ;_
WlJ Joseph HIKS t Diifcndants., j j-'the Forbes' Purchase, that preleminnry I,000/ fit out an expedition, and that not only they were when Capt. Ross describes them as hours manifested lit) sensation or motion except

It apjK-arinjj to the satisfaction J ( of the arrangemens: are now making for tlie disposal of the without the slightest prospect ol'ever being re"paid "the ill .laLithants of an iceberg," was that the from deep and laborious respiration, till death :
1h"' John Phacan Court same ; and in the mean lime, those persons who are but with almost the certainty of losing the non-coisducting of the closed the at ten o'clock :
resides out of this Territory, and settled them power snow retained the scene A. M. J.pril 8d. n j
thai I upon uS well as others disposed whole.
Jnme to
Elm and Ru loiSger otherwise would have
live
Joseph to John
apply to Carnochan
IibtricL
i b!; m the County Jackson in the \V at Roc We now give several extracts of much interest case: within this wall also the *
e tern ky Comfort, to Peter Mitdicl men usually exercised Apple-Pertr, Thorn Apple sometimes
District Of Flnrifii.H I rww moiiiently expected relating to the The called.
or to the subscriber, at the City Hotel Tallahassee. expedition. following letters when it was too stormy for them to walk on Jamestown Weed., or., bottjiniivillir.. Stral101lium. "is i ia
ca) is, therefore, ordered that unless said defendants Ann! 25.. H35. [f37tf t COLIN MiTCIJEL. from men so distinguished: are highly to the honor '-.-.lum of, In aWe tlistnnee. powerful narcotic. When ij
( appear and of the swallowed it
answer the complainants bill herein oarties concerned. shall, produces ::1
now proceed to
f on or before the fast Monday ".f September: next, that EDGE TOOLS. Captain Ross received gratuitous otters ol zeal I circumstances of unparallelled give some account and ofthe naiwa and dizziness, even in small dose but if the f

tic W.T.C will be talccn jro cunfesso against them, mill ous service and assistance in difficulty quantity be large, it brings on
B further THE suL"rrilJcre.xpccts lobe supplied with Axes, any capacity, Iiom hardship attending this this part of the great prostration of
| ordcrcd that .1 copy of. this: order Le pub- other Edge Tools from the two ofiirers expedition strength, loss of muscular
Isl.ed in manufactory of distinguished Captain Back and Cap to whio'h the committee advert in ther power, insensibility of the [
: some newejwper printed at Tallahassee, oiire Warren, Hunt & Co., Douglas, Massachusetts, and tam Hoppner oilers equally creditable report. retina dilated pupil, tremors
'Wetk fur four months which will sell them ; to Captain The determination to quit Felix Harbour, as the. headacl) e, delirium, i
i surecvsivcly, is ordered at wholesale, at factory prices, with theaddition Ross and those made and sometimes
klrd to who tlkctn. Capt. Back's convulsions .' 3
jjly. place wfiere they coma and !eah. The '
now called
THOS. RANDALL, Judge I of cost of transportation. These Tools will were was was comet
Arri to offer was made in Parliament street, where he met tin the powdered leaves:: or extract
early
. 35-4m be warranted-should break from flaw from ( beginning of 1832!; but they were are sometlncs given in
they a
; l\lar ?hal's_Sale. too high temper, they will be exchanged for :others.-, or Captain Ross walking with 'his nephew, when he prevented, by the severity of the winter, from putting doses of a grain. The seeds of the "'horn-Apple

v. The Axes are now said: "Will you take me on any terms ; I will it into execution until are considered more .
jsvirtne of writ being made for this market, and go the 29th of May, when powerful than tie rest of the
of the a of fieri fctiat ftom the Clerks will be received shortly. GEO. LANMAN. as a"draftsman, or any thing you choose to makeme. they sctiofT on foot for Fury Beech, a distance of plant, and may be given in half or ti iro thirds the

!pnall: offer for sale Superior at public Couit for Leon County, April) I lath, 1334.: 3G-6m Capt. Hoppner made a similar offer, ver- about two hundred miles to the northward. In dose.-Dr. Jacob Bigelow's JtIattTia ,Mt.'
auction for cash ca.
. j -% with) the improvements thereon,, situate in, two the TO PLANTERS. bally at first, and subsequently in writing. The. the course of this journey, they underwent very I -

uty of Tallahassee and following is a copy of Capt. Hoppner's letter: I great sufferings, as they had to their fuel
T ]
designated in the plan TEGRO Clothing, such as Hats Shoes carry A witness
Woollens,
,
re "My DEAR Siu. As I feel eiamined in Illinois
ofas an
lots so much interested
No. 114 their court: ,
and 115 JL provisions their sick and concern-
pointed out and levied Osnaburgs, Cotton I their tents andspecimrlsls.
C4 Sheeting log a horse
Brogans trade
as the Bagging, in the noble I was a ked the
of enterprise, cannot help by co'insel: for the
property David .
Thomas expressing The
d to and n-ill be Bale Rope and Twine, will be furnished on as favora whole of this journey was over defendant, how the plaintiff
'il.hams! discharge an execution in favor of R. VVft ble terms as they can be procured from the factory myself more explicitly on the subject next my ice andl snow, and occasionally on land cQvered "He generally rides generally" nde.
vs Alston, Ac The sale will 1 he made at the North. The subscriber h art. If'you will accept.of my service I with a-straddle, sir.
> trst; on has some orders for am ready I sn w. The greatest want which they ex- "How dies he ride in
Saturday in May next, before tht- dour of these articles for next Falls to go with in capacity and will make company1"I'lf
I4.t t COUrt House between consumption, and will furnish you any perienc in their toilsome progress, was that of he has a good hors, always keep i "
T. E. RANDOLPH legal hours. I others by leaving orders at his store in Tallahas over all I am worth in the world t for the advance- water As they had to dissolve snow to obtain it "How does he rid when he alonel"i up.

,al\h! Marshal.} see. GEO. LANMAN. ment of your object I promise most implicit "Really sir, I cannot for I
ee, March J*. 3U-tf 1935. 35tf you whenever required. Although the distance in z say- nevel was in company -
Aprils-lib with
obedience; and will never offer an opinion, un- strighi : tine, if they could have adopted such "You him when he rode bv himself '*
may stand aside sis." ..



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P"i > J ""--- HIM iiiiiii i 1 in i ill creating, and our fatce appcard certain. Great trees, bridges and 800 human a"ovc the level ot the sea, and is called Stevenson's }I France, testifies lo the
being
: From the Essex Register. numbers of ttte natives appeared to be lying in into the bottom U1emenl Whenever a KJnob! or stinson's Knob, near Keeny's Knub, Mon- 1 the American ex 'dlon
p. f
tie
rrje about miles! from Green Brier'rivex cocoons, and q
ambush about the hills and in all directions county; Virginia, large'7
:- then
C.utln.&LtSJI..The following; particulars ol a lightning penetrated the gloom, were seen 18 miles from Union,'' miles from Louisb.yrg, j jvAtliin yielded by them.
lost shocking and barbarous outrage committed round us* and firing incessantly upon our little mother wading through the street up to theirchins ,, sight of the Allegheny mountains, and "at a One ounce of seed, 1
Ij the native* of NeW Zealand upon the crew of force. We then endeavored to effect a retreat, in water, holding their on their head distance from' Cincinnati, according td the route I according tOJudgeSpceipropemly

.n English ship, arc copied from the Sydney Her- but to no purpose, for they were in all quarters. with one hand, and endeavoring to catch security travelled in the balloon' of :"tfO miles, but according sown, altor the /

V ltd, (published at New South Wales,) of August At last, finding our amunitiori expended, and our with the other, while those who attempted to assist u< the usual method of travelling, more than -100 odghly ploughed or dug and harrowed II thor

II, with which we have been favored by a friendn lives at the last extremity mustered up courage them wtre frequently maimed or killed by the miles, which distance I travlled in 91 h -urs. ed and' siron in dull, three fef'tapa ;rrt-

consequence of this, and other recent offence and fought our way through a body of the beams of timber or wine pipes| which floated around This voyage, I uelieve, has fuiiiled; the promise I about 50,000 young trees. 'tll *
natives, and gained the beach. During the skir- them and the not less wade in my advertisement, and is the longest voy- The :
I ommitted by tire New Zealanders, the British ; sea presented a scene kept free from weeds
ate, by far, ever performed by any person, in ft balI J1 and catlle At?uska
mmh
Mrs. Guad.as twice knocked down b
cables
the *
Hgate Aliga tor sailed from Sidney on the 1st of ) ruinous; most of the vessels lost their anchors 1 thty are ht to be 2
)Il. : placed ita
September, with 100 troops on board to punish the savages with a child at her breast, and but fur her and boats, and many of- the seamen were fCllt or orchard 7; 1%
Jerpetratorf. comb: would have been instantly killed: she was washed overboard. The ships rolled, some part I BULL r'GHT.! culture apart at right Dn14les. The 8ubJf1l2ent

Kvery arrival from New Zealand brings intelligence however taken prisoner by the monsters in our retreat or another, several feet below the water, continually ;A correspondent ol the M ntreal Herald g.ve5: the may be Conduct-J \VOrtlenocfcbil..

of the committal ol fresh attrocitres by the with her two babes. WTe were now reduced and all the sailors who were there on that fallowing interesting aitnouh: ., crue, acconnt of a n-plllekUlg the leavelt Snd fpdin th

mivesof that country upon the defenceless ret from 28 to 14 in number, many being killed aswe dismal night. whether Americans English, or Portuguese bill figkt, whih too j HaLl at Madrid on the'J.d ulu worms until the cocoons are 'fornvd. The8

f lent and traders. \Vithin a very short period one fought, and those who were wounded having gave themselves lp as lost men- An incident occurred at the bu.l fight *-n Monday, last are reeled from the fibre ; or
been obliged to remain behind des Ten thousand of w.5uch, though not exactly in pla"e in poli.ic II l several c British vessel has been captured, the captain and were soon pip wile and brandy were cor coons at on. e, according to tb
srevv of winch were taken prisoners-five or six patched by the savages, & cut up in small ;portions destroyed, and shore \VH skirted on the rrNp..nden/-ejexcire more atention: than aL the di- lIi.h.-rto it Wag found P. issue required.
Convenient for and their develish plomatic intrigue, whH-h are s'> mean in realty, nere*!,ry lo SPool the
cooking with millions
then have narrowly escaped the same late-and appe- ensuing morning fragments,among 8i.k r.
and !o--k loimi'labfc! b 0 it
: so en p:1pcrPh. largest and ore could be txvi>4jd.
i variety ot depredations have been rommitledj ites, for they consider a luxury to feast on their which the mourning survivors of the calamity The ***
fiiircf.st bull w ich has been seen m t ie Paza this mvei.ted reel
| property in different parts of the 'residen en mle8. All ol us that escaped"made the best of were eagerly,Decking for the dead remains of their s' : sn fWilv'd! the spectators with d-hght, by kil, oftxvo Am- iraiOlesrs.Gii

:y." The last and most revolting act of these our way to Metarora, caving the savages to plunder relations o friends. Sfiieral days: after the air of l-Jg >.x n '1--' : .vij"nn.alm"st as many minates he & .\losely, however, re-civ] < 8 the thread oi

l3Vsgcl has been the murder 12 shipwrecked our property and litxtiri&te, on our road we Funchall became putrescent, from the rotting of I ;.:'3(:or b: ,-; i'a. \vhosr) arm is like iran ard who :.as spools, and ihus is avoideu >\ e labor and wis.

British seamen, attached to the Harriet of Sydney again met about one hundred New Zealanders, to the bodies that w.e.re buried beneath the .h' \rt of ,' "!! 'f. .,:r K-ing thrice unhorsf6i, a'tack,rl I Itt I race of tb,- old proc.ress. Tls. reeling' direct "

"hnm tTy tore. to pieces and devoured in the presence whom 've grave ourselves up ns prisoners, havingno that a pestilence was apprehended; but u.l'tlh P'I'-'T' nil 't>,am 'mfnTtunatl'h-' : : AC bull pas. I ly on to the :poob,. ('Vercom4ie .
,' .
m more an munition. This we had understot burning tar and arid other los ::1f. an-'t-v i> r, -i\: bcrwpen hi- : tnd ''he'ar. grth .
pitch
; .Irr'adeM. In of t t the f party I >iclc that *c ,t
consequence existrd
with r- vi..o- .:;:rour.1 !'hJ'r'/.- wSnct! the torerosI and H a '
lameness which were friendly towards combustible 1 eionvn.cor : '
disposed European neutralizing that
EuropAm, nave hiticrtoAubmitted : *, scourge was provi-j .
I 1. .v"r uhrii hi.tlv: 'ur.M' d! Th! "uli ifaj.i. I transporting the ,lk..
a>
tit the or iVhich ,
outrages mt .a.\ tl\lfy cni; much joy amongst us: but we soon dentlatly.avoided. m' ; ;
become daring and insolent in ti>oir conduct ou"d to the It remarkable : .- -uivarr, p, .rn-ivlat Km with' 0\ cr'I, I min: innv l learn :ho -1 .
naked
are ; contrary, for they stripped us was that tl-is deluge, in its course, u !\T. r" : '
tlnd soiu\ .r..i._ .-4,, \r t.1eflt-t4.b4l tt: --;,;dl' :'Mce, r.K.i jioc Ii.-.L; oil: st\.n,. 'anrll .j rt.
*o much so, that Capt. Anglim, who has been in ? ? --r. n. *'jr .Q Utl_ fli's.
the trade upwards often years, states his inten- of them however, were friendly lhsplISC'tuwards ated on the southwest side ur.til ciiy; and so ue.cisivc 1 tfinl'-i'.t.: I?(-.J." ch... td. kr"Xh'. : ''.,... ;.t:r"'lrl'. -ti Juugc "

tion of giving up his post, and not again visiting u?, and furnished us with a guide to show us the was the ruin, that it tore up all the trees by L.1'ue: i:>i iV-l:: :'! ''I" l '.%t.. 5iwccr'. recomairnc.. s the tending 01 .

"1 the island, unless some protection be folded f by road to Metarora, while the others proceeded to the Voots, and bore away not only them, but all to liSt IY'C hi-ri c-J( f" m t i III.. ?.. it.. ;- ; ..7 "-nshoiHos.n"lft I \c111-.k.: lr' itabU> work t'
lIar- toreros, wuh IItoj'r.'Il:<-.-, '&'. Ik. v.ill'seyes lor
the wreck for the plundering the the' with their inhabitants the ground, '
tIre life and being so inse- purpose cottages, '. ( I ry r"" too dclicntp for '
>hdbly ( ur cfimd'
government property .
: riet. cattle and and left the rocky basis, and praa.cc a!! .t i;; o *. tv :- is usu.il- .. I
cure 'amon!! the natives. WeSinJerstand that appurtenances l if drawn from his iVi, :>z w ,' \h ;iniy: is drc1ed : preferUR wijfp, or \Infaot !\ Ibt as mor .
May 11.-After walking all night we arrived at as bare as the cliffs of Norway. All f
vegetation
?\ Captains Guard, Ang Saunderson, Mortis and against the colored! silk! uiui v.-.r: ainsrthehand_ I dy, and lwv
of ,ii3tii.m
about A. M. at Metaroa, when we were in their this assemblage objects, where whirled into the : capable : <: all the vi.cissitudes 1.
others, intend tu wait upon the governor lor the thnt waves -the., fllri'.H. bea ".ad two attempts, 'I t.l I
; oi laying bare the real slate of New Zea pa, (or fort,) and told by our guide mri to venture Rebeira Bravo, or Mad River, and engulphed ift toss the man, but each tim he unseed his mark .ut atmospht-re. He earr.cstly l lrecconimends
: purpose outside, he being much alarmed for our safety nearly the whole of the small town that bears that and gored the, hor;e. He was bending his neck for j ja tVc culture, i"d promts; t

land.The following i is Capt. Guard's narrative of the Some few of us wanted to escape to Carfei to name. final effort, which w-Mild haveciit the picador to i I pursue as we trust he will, the investigation; of

i fnisfortunes experienced by himself and crew, af-- which the natives would not consent, bccacse they In this wreck of matter, there was but one human the other world, when die celebrated Matador Monit's this important suhjet t -[N Y. Star.
I with the Manama tribe. infant in ru-hE'd from the crowd chnros and.laid! hold .
were at war They gaveus person sated, and that was an a
: ler the -vreckof the Harriet. the bull's tail and absolutely, by puliinf at it, --
'If'l
some potatoes, and we remained in this situation wooden cradle, which was lodged among some
29.-W were on Cape Egrrm'nt,wilh a 1 o .
April linnging oi it with his who'e weight called o'F'
b for three days, sometimes getting abuse, and reeds on the side of the declivity and when discovered As: 1)1 ERIC\: fiii'.L. -Vnu m et her
terous wind from the S W. at 4.20 A. M. At day. bull's! at ention and enabled the oher toreros t. boar t ona
light succeeded in) getting a boat out for the purpose at others civility, until the party who had gone to I on the enduing day, was in a profound away their companion,without iniurs1'1ii'. bull he- walk and sin- rharnnul nith I er iri-sh rompif

of life, &c. hut not doing good the wreck had returned. sleep. eilme soil more furious at this new assault and turn- io' und hluf modest ey s. a :iiaU\ "f'1J, unjif
any
saving "
:g- With the 1 bom hauled her up again. Uemained in Mav i4.-The party having arrived with a All the vepsels that arrived at Funchall for seVeral C'il[ round and round, and aloped! about, endeavT- the averted bonnet. Then her ire hrr

same situation on the roast Jill S P. M. when we.agnin large booty from the Harriet; they appeared in weeks alter this miserable occurrencegave i3g; u get rid of this strange a,v ?\ and white sto,'kin:-, t.,> neatinr
excellent spirits and t favorab'e' to usTo some of an account of the dead bodies, casks and boxes yv-Iding to every movement held on till .1h .al1Jlt: pn-tfy as fum.
: launched a bont. Capt Guard and four us they gave trousers &c. By them we also learned which they hid seen floating many leagues of at ''was'? in a decree spent with f- xertmn, when he tloose pared with tiithard outline nt thf booted fact

: others pot into into it, but were unfortunately capsized afterwards -- that Mrs. Guard was !likely to recover from sea; and it is believed that some of the crews were his gra.p, and stood facing the bull, as if over- in \vhirh the ladies of our ri: unttie-j delight_

,: recover ourselves and landed. Shortly; her wounds, and the children being> alive, but still considerably enriched by the contents of many of :rtwmi: him by his eye while the other stood paunuahd theme are also hr cuazy (fiok.: and its stream
and
had !
; we found the Harriet hilgci glaring on him, but not dajrmg to advance. In ,
kept prisoners in the tribe who took them; and the trunks. ing: ,a.-h s and rtDhon.s, md her h mir
}
was faa: filling with water; part of'iiiain keel and thmeantime' the ten 'hous.ind people, inc1url'" ev(- ] depending -
rudder were on shore at that time. The crew they stated that they intended to keep her a priso- The small town of Machio, was likewise ruined i ry rank in society, were in an agony ot fear .:and de-I in m.ib-sy ringlets round her lon-Iy! ni'in.

tcere now engaged in endeavoring to save the oner until a sufficient ransom was paid .>r her. by this singular lempe, and many lives were lost 1 l;;ht : a -ry was beard on every sid.', when th- pica- j The wholu limir. hre.itU c.'*thr free and
else] could' May 15r-We were nowith nr.wmJslcl'S mid there also; which leads lo a supposition that the dor was abou to bf s'ruck, ant then tu; .- -w;>ole au-I pure
nails muskets audalle'cr we mind which animate it. .t t nno'hpi;
powder, who treated! us better than we expected, supply : lamented event was occasioned h.va waterspout, tJjence ara.e. waving .ier'hiefs and clapping hands, I tithe I h,
succeeded in
fro'n the wreck and dark getting I found in ..
get ; a children' shore with ing us with necessaries occasionally. They had that had burst against ihe side of the mountain, vjhen they =aw their favorite spring from the ranks! I. s me prrtty dniwinj: loom hoe
Guard and
Mrs. on
.;;' : two brought amongst their plunder a considerable: and discharging itself down (the Bullies, produced I aid execute this daring man nvrc. casements open at oiiftuxm a'nue fi.w'rl
; the crew where we stopped for the night. 'i; A breathless tJr th. safet
vessel's quantity of [pieces of flesh, part of our fellow men, those afflictive and sudden disasters.MR anxiety next prevailed wulks "r gn en vriandue. Her head i> now
found' the
April 30.-At daylight we of Monies, but when they saw liim mumpUan,
l l which was eagerly devoured by them: they also iuv.-t..rl only with coiinton' m-'- instead of be.
Stern had been completely wxshcd away, and sjid the mad bull almost tame-l by his povr, they
: nearly dll the casks'of flour, bread, beef sugar, brought some of the fle-sh of uur unfortunate comrades CLAYTON'S ACCOUNT OF HIS AERIAL :rcw frantic in applause, and I ihoii/ht 'bey would t nif- flushed; as in (Ithl'rh.'ihy the npr air,
beach."We for us to eat EXCURSION. have: torn the benches with while Monies from the oil
spirits, tobacco, &c. strewed about the up joy, i beams gentle ofomdometic
May 16.-Received intelligence that all the The following is from the Cincinnati Gazette of stood
composed off :
t before the bull, taking his htt.eNack
the ashore at high water, \vhiitli shb has l Ilt't"n
got quarter part duty, in : assitinsg her
boats had been burnt by the natives, for the pur. Satur 1:1l.t.t It is till ooncluiiun of the mo intcr- cap, and acknowVdged! with composure the -
.'. ond saved :q reat quantity of the whaling gear pose of binning !their dead, it being cmiomarv to cimr; acctjUiit of" an Aerial Excl\r i'n thai has been [flnudits! of the home. It is horrible sport but i is mother. Appropriate to h T I.tltta..k; she suit

and three boats, after which we commenced making destroy their dead with fire. One boat, which given =:0 tlv public fur a lon time.--Mr. Cl.iyiun V) highly exciting, thai one is drawn to it in spite of wt are her_ neat apron, edg-d: with, blue trm:-

: tents. I was much out of repair, they saved, anti whichwe took 'lepartnre from C.ncianati: on ,the M h in-n. cfiir better 'feeirng! -and so far does hab t overcome timing, and from the from o which peak out 2
May 1.-Began to build a large boat from the I .nd returned on the 17th Tile acouat: is from .Ihe nature, thai I have se"n the gentlest maidens ot I
f materials ot'th'wrl''k, t for the purpose, as we expected : persuaded; them to fetch, that we might proceed pen nf the Aeronaut himself: spain thrill wit.i delight on beholding some shock- smait provokii-g looking p' ckft--r-which u3aver

.! reaching Cloudy Bay, and taking with to Cluudy Bay. At lur.gth, being nearly A little 'eyond Pur! moutll I had l a fine view of the tiir spectacles of a horse gored to death, or stand ntiall with all kinds of. female p.iri! ;,hernalia !

w whatever was useful and the boat would' carry.t starred and naked and no ,ho. |'es of any vessel Iroa Kurtje- and Furnaces, who-e tires iJiuinuiatcd:; bleeding and bruised to support his rider in a fre>bencoauter. such as scisxiis, cotton balls; and knitting
arrival of touching at Metaroa, the natives also appearing the a'tn.spher for a number of miles. I could not Poor Monies, afterwards. 'killing thi
At 9 A. M. we were surprised by the I t wires. You being a fru nd of tbo
enttjr, lainilj
liate1.commenced willing to get rid of us, we persuaded them, after bv the IMJIK ol the moon, make any T'lcnnometri alobscrvdUoiis hull, was within a point of loosing his lifr. bu: hes-! ,
who immc
: about thirty natives many promises to fetch the wh:1leJ.uat.'e! staid the quicksilver} in the tube being "" 'MjH-d with a slight scratch. A sudden twist in the' glad to see you. ..- .
L plundering the vessel with which we did not interfere there until the 19th, during which interval nothing mall; I c"uld not see Us height, but the quicksilver bull's course, as he drove the sword at his nek\ In Hvo minute>, you (Urn w all about the accomplishments .

as they appeared friendly towards! us. Took particular occurred. lit the Barometer twing of sreat volume. I could tUiii th>- weapon.into the air, and enabled tne bull toratch of her cam Ties, thf late behaviour
the necessary: precaution overhauling and put- plainly see V move up and down, and although I his arm with the po nt of one horn. Monte.lul .-
tI ling in order the muskets which" we had, and, u May: 20.-The boat.arrived, and we commenced could no' sec the figures on the scale-yei could tell ': not mind it, but when he gavr- another thrust, the of B
our rnwforlune, discovered that there were only puting her in repair, our only' tools being one when I wa. at a sate dista.icc from the'earh, oy the i, 51tnckVas too great, and he was obliged! to retire I'. happened that morning to her best frorft: and

ten trtst wore fit for use.Ve also set. to work hammer, a pocket knife, and a few nailw whirl, distance braes that the quicksilver stood above a. .pie'e i of *ie Mirgeon, who is a'ways' in att'ndanceMon'es the Annual which ,she harect ived a* a present .
had been in the boats they burnt. We remainedamnougt which formed a protection iu ur> -mo_ I ,* li hi
t\4ruir.
(
t "
th'at at out live feet and ehin.reeCiistniie. :
making cartridges.having reason to frar we I the savagas at Metarora during which ncr immediately tdongside of the Banurteier.helle't'r \ ., He is ...,--.kziabty six the we -"from a friend," as !he ;inscription
should be vKited by more natives. I felt tired I 'Woud.eat in thebottom If ". rreatestnauI
.. soon rime nothing of occurred. myself p3.lIi: -and hero sht- evidently viht-o you r.lbcrjlook !
'2 Most ofu1'erc employed ahout- the any consequence the the Barometer ite to me WJ.td1: infu ,,, .
May 1 June Guard and six car, pacing opi-o:> -- iho .jl. oft he book than dl.a oo
k boat and savirrg what we could from the wreck. ,accompanied 20.-Capt by three natives, started lor Europeans Cloudy<, its li"iglmt i and when 1 found it rising, vron'd (throw I Congrcve Rockcts.--ln the\ SpectatetnMilitnire, the intial! }pages. She ha ; ubo a IClt vt >-
ballo and CI"U"C.uwl.IId
Found the New ZealAnder very of troublesome, I Bay in a small whaleboat and which was in sucha out th Mi some I would luok tf over counteract the car, and its notin.J3rtitlI-I uf January list, published at F.uis i we find a short nothings ,-alIed "Indies' \\ ark," light \isfonary
whit began; to plunder o!.r tents blankets and I lltice oJ't time src.il feet ion attained by the Aus fabrics of cards and sh, hai be'tD
) per ,
had suite that it required. one hand to.be constantly I l.ulv; } the direction and situation of thev.i <-j coi1rr- : wafbitf executing
Whatever came within their _reach, and j found i: engaged hailing the water out. After being which I had in sight, nearly the whole! of my voyage 1 Brians in Ihe manufacture and' discharpe of Con- for a chanty sale that i is soon t to bit
; useless to interfere or u.e violence.! lldckets. As this is des. _
and ha trevr sjxcitsot"\\vapou
which 1 bhoiiKi been able
at sea in an boat for two days and nights wit out nut \e to these and
open nil! out
place; are brought di2pJtdbefore
May: 3.-/ .very heavy gale\ from the N. \V. we reached Blind Bay, and hauled: our boat on the tra e my com,e.-Soon after issing the S. into river ?ined to occupy a conspicuous placein !future warlike -
.1 which ble:13'9 our boats from the beach and beach being unable to proceed further at J l at I I I entered another curicnt of air, whi 'h carried nirdue operations, and will probably efTi-ct as materiyl you, to the no srrall: trouble. of jour

Btove l.em.V'e! g llt the boats' again, and :1:ll.3- time of the wind (from ( east, and immediately over Concord. S.uti.afterI I changes military movements on liiiid.i* steam rons'ciunee, l for of course IOU are not an MIU..'

Tored 10 repair them. the north, on account with rains. -lwing strong I passed into anoiher: current, whi h carried me east Mpt>n the water, \ve h.ive made translation oftlte rer ot such thing's ir. el1e'ale Then tb fe u

May 4.-Two Europeans: Thnnnctll' nand heavy n.jrlhast, ami brought me at o'clock, neariy lip( article in wlJ.dt i is here her Album which holo tim
June 22.-Started from Blind Bay. The night, to Gallipoli-5, a little b-low which I crowed the Ohio question, sul.juint-d. jr? ph poems bj
James Johnson deserted' us, taking with them however, cgming on, and a heavy sea from the N. river. On passing into a new curr-nt of air, the Austrians have carried the makinir and firing authors, of reputation and a thousand contrb-

slops, powd, NC. and joined the natives. E. caused us to put in at J small river, where we balloon is slightly agitat'-d; at whrh time 1 would of the Congreve rockets to it great leirrte: or t per I luau -, both mi:4Il1'11 and selected, from Ie*
May 5. -All hands employed in the !large boat be direction i'ectioti. Al a short distance froni Vienna is their t
its .
fell in with of the nati'c3ho rub- always particular in ascertaining .,
again a party distiu ni.hed *>n.s, 'hvh ie being 2 ar.I1Ished
and were enabled to get her nearly timbered. hed us of what we had in the boat and our oars, Soon afttM crossing the Ohio the balloon was again laboratory, and a polygon f experiments.. The ; |p..r'
\ yesterday' and found agitated and I found that I had from the by her own uinum! ; ;. Ah the"e Ibtg: ;
M.-y: Employed as and if we had not some of them would passed east greatest mystery prevails there. and no one can
t'lt: put of the natives had left u$, the two deserters have: stole our bai knllwl arid perhaps have they done what north eat current, into another, which carried me }c admitted without an,express: order signed L v you must inspect, tor *im julv, shows ibm iJ
.- having gone with them. At daylight the toll south eatlnd, soon brought mr over the Kanawa the Emperor the pernlission given even oi'an the hope of ciitert..ntsimgvssti and then she turns
We here detained .
was worse. were one
day. river and from lli1
(};'::. morning we discovered that they had all June and reached Stephen's Island rapidity the terrestial objects appeared Archduke would be of no. .ax'nil.The the subject of music. ih his selections from
I found had
to
move
my rate .travelling
returned, which excited our suspicion and t fear. : 5-Sart.t Emperor having 'otue ont div to witness the hem and these she runs:
I where of a meal of muscles increased; A lialt alter twelve I passed over Charles- last opera sent to
May 7.-Sent four men to the southward for from the lallhe. \ were afraid to visit the native I town, and in a few ;ninutes I was carried over the time experiments, English officer (C.ipt. Mitd-: over lor your amusement Dn the piano forte,

thc l purpose of ascertaining whether there were II settlements, expecting, if we did, that we Furnaces of ilu} Kanawlii Silt Woik. I continuedthis :zel eluded their vigilance, and entered nn-receiv-, carefully making bu id, however, to observe
? miv more natives near us, who brought the tin- should be taken lose I course until was ui sight of the fork formed by ed the mysterious enclosure, by driving his carriage lOU
or or
,
slaughtered practiseJthem
prisoners that
she has
'; Wlconu- intelligence] that there were about 200 boat. Gaulcy and 2"ew River after those of the Emperor. He witnessed not yet sufficiently

coming towards us, and all around us, armed with our June 26.-About 4 P. M. (and we have much While in. sight of New River, I approached the the following facts;which he has been kind enough I' to be quite perfect in their execution.
muskets spears, clubs, and tomahawks. On com earth ; my ballast was nearly exhausted, ant as the 'to communicate lo us. In truth you little need ;mch appologies for
to recollect the hour arrived at the
rerson ) we
ing up hey instantaneously commenced breaking settlements Charlotte1. Sound place. ovr which I was floating appeared to be an Four batteries of six frames (rhevaltts) each her deficiency. It is not or her external accomplishments -
European Queen open -on n try. I prepared for a descent. I threw
up the casks ot flour, wheat, 8cc. which we had where we had the pleasure of hearing of the schooner overboard my anchor, which, aft'-r dragging for a I were arranged in a line, and occupied a space (development -though tl ese are considerate!

saved from the wreck. We did not interfereit Joseph Weller, Capt. Morris, we shall always lit le (.distance caught firmly hold of a tree; but oncoming *) equal to that of a battery of t four field I -that you value this fair ;jpeciinen ot human/!

,. would have: been madness--they being about eel grateful. -l'-se to the top, I found to my purprise.that i pieces. Each frame weighing about 15 pounds, ty. You appreciate her -ea'Jty.ihich naturt

two hundred and forty strong, and well armed!, June 27.-Reached Cloudy Bay. ins"-ad of a fine np.cn country, I was in a dense for- was attended: by one man, and could receive ore "could have conferred it had not beet
und we only 2-J in number, and only ten g.d muskets July 14.-Set sail for the picking es', on a consid rahlp elevation. The wind was blowing : Congreve rocket. A target was at a distance ot never it .fc"
between usThey told us with the greatestindifference the hands had left at Metaroa purpose and afterwards up powertMlv, and finding it impossible to break the 800 yards, and presented a surface the height of intended as reverence-c< inpelliog merit |
that they intended to kill us all and' we hold of th.- anchor the only way of liberating myself which was that of a man covered with his shako : her gentle and artless nature so .'ell ushr oed
call at Port Egrement for Mr Guard and the ,
from this situation the cable.
rut
to
take clltr property. t if them. The was away and of the length of a platoon ofinfantry. At the i in that form ot native and ndefensible grace-
children it were possible to purchase This I did, and in a short time ascended to an alti-
May tf.-At daylight they appeared round our ( the 24 rockets without hit I and because the COQiemplatoll
discharge
wind however proved unfavorable-unusually so tude as great as I had previously attained. The cold exception by dwelling >n
elnls armed and naked, and tried to make a quarrel and we in consequence steered our course to Sid- was intense, l'Ut I couiri: not ascertain the hem of the the target. of such a being, your esti,n.ition: of your kind

with us, hut we bore all with patience although ney in the Joseph Weller. thermometer : I have no doubt it was nearly as low Immediately after this first discharge, the attendants is elevated; a tiatitu-ation; in itself, and one ot
they pushed us about and did their utmost to as z'ro. I had now lot sight of the water course, seized the frames and moved them rapidly

jnaite us contend with them. We returned good arjd coird see no :Iigh's in any direction. I said my. forward, at a pas de coonr, to take new position the highest order.
for evil, by in\'iting.the chiefs itto our tents and THE DELUGE AT MADEIRA IN 1803. sejf down in the bottom of the car, buttoned my coat They thus approach the target successively, and ---

making them presents,supposing that our friendly Many of our readers douhle8 recollect the de lightly around me, put on my gloves covered myself made a discharge it each ol the several points at< DR. CilANNINCLDr.
and peaceable nndnctwuutJ be the means of pacifying which look place FUllchal, .in the Island with twrt blankets, which I had taken as wrappersfor which halted and the hit for tt T
lug the balloon, drank some brandy, felt comfortableand they tarojet was always Charming is not yet an aid man-bat
After this had war dance in year by which a vast consid1himself .
they a
them.
highlydelighted} with my novel trip, and in this by all the rockets, without exception.At years be has ben c. usiderd: and has
:' and ileparteJ. '. many lives, and property to the amount of'a million Kiuwrjon fell fast a.'l'l'p. length they retired to the distance of 1200 at deaths door. It iras to his hear ;:

May 9.-I'ut nil the men iioder arms, such iswc pounds sterling, were destroyed. This wasdie I was awakened, at last, by my Car striking. I yard, and the discharges still hit the target with every sermon must be his las illS mind, w.. co-: '

had, fearing that the natives would'attack us. greatest evil caused by the elements, that bps- Immediately} sprang on my feetand. another moment tha same exactness. .' At>. is in lull vigor, and his wait ni-s, and e\ea wqueucein W
In this we were not mistaken, for they shortly apepelTeJ occurred since the earthquake of Lisbon, 1751- the Car was.dragging over the tops cf the treed. During the whole tim? of'these experiments in t.iis tetble and dyi.ii >tate, :tfle. w

in greater numbers and threatened our lives.. and was probably one of the most tragical of its I say before me a river and I thought some buildings; which the 'movements, and changes of position diminished enthusia-sm. In erson, he is S.Do tie

They kept thrusting their tomahawks, &c. in our nature, that has happened| for centuries. \\ e they appeared but a little distance from me; but' I afterwards were performed with incrediole rapidity ana small, and of the slightest po: ible frame wical ;iliDcleri'
of this dreadful found they were about four miles oi I attempted pre-. street, wrapped iu a.cloaku d coteied :1JI1SIL
and find the account
and with the moat abominable threats following etent.i cision but rockets
faces two missed the One ofI
tostop my Balloon by c1in infJ'to the branches target. hat, he looKs a child in tb : habilitnentsE. d1h
said they would eat "our hearts, &c. a journal published at the tirluThlS broke thing worthy of remark is that the wind '
gestures of the trdcs. Several of them ; but at last I was high We were struck, by the war, IUh
\Ve pretended to treat all their ill usage with i indifference extraordinary event, hapdencd, on Sunday caught hold of a strong bough and by clinging with and consequently a.-CI unfavorable as-possible! f for the with his resemblance to J.ffr y,_though a t m 11"u..". .
and being almost fenceless were obliged the 9th of Oct. at.8 in the evening.. The day all my strength with one hand, and pulling the valve correctness ol the firing. ,I her man than the critic of th : Jdin.fJurJ1I "" -.

to be cautious. Shortly after they went away had been previously very cloudy, and a continual rope with the other, I was enabled in a short time to Capt. Miudzel, -who was perfectly acquainted In private conversation he s 'ins ePenai0&sing.aflecriouate

a short distance from us, and held a consultation rain hat fallen, accompanied with squalls, which diwv inv car down the tree several feet, and to secure -. with the English rockets, and could form a comparison ; his voice is querulous aU..fldjtdid at
violent uutil the sank beneath the it by means of a After being confident and marked with d'-bifny;
an we supposed about us. They returned, were sun rope. between their effects and.of which he was step manner tf
horizon when the to be that I had secured my balloon, I looked at mv watch not study 1 closely his hard and eye.YOUnever tf
and kindly informed us that they should heat their sea appeared unusually witness, confess that he could scarcely believe of S nun
and found it be half 2 o'clock. At this time imagine ourself in th r presence r.D
for the morning when They intended agitated! end such a darkness prevailed that an to past his and that such result > He
ovens ready : of the morning I thought "It would be useless to go in eyes, a overwhelmed hi.n whom there lived a spark of energy ercy uI-
to feast upon our carcasses. ''I object was not discernable a yard's distance search of any assistance. I therefore remained in: with astonishment.-[Army and Navy Chronicle. the pulpit stairs with a feebleness almost I P.I)s n'

May. 10.-At daylight next morning! we all during this progress, every person remained ill the car, -10 feet at U-ast from the ground, until daybreak -.. -- while the conicre-ation is J ushed w *lt thC ;

made up onr minds to our unhappy fates, there their houses in seeming security, and wholly un. and then descended to explore the wilderness: SILK.-A very interesting letter in breathless sympathy-ks xhatiStd 1nO! COanl
being no means of escape and placed our lives in conscious of that approaching horror which was in which 1 had lauded. : the Journal appears t.r, and rises at last to give cat the psahlfl'.Ltefrla' f
the hands of the Almighty, expecting that we destined 8 shortly to sweep them frum off the I could discover no trace of human footstep, no Albany Evening from Judge apparently unequal to the ser 'ice.. A they U1 fl
should be all butchered before sundown. We earth mark of change produced by man. Numerous largc;, Spencer to Mr. Hopkins of Geneva, on the" lows the first sound of hisrui:e;--and read with $0Jlisten (

were however, resolved to punish some of the The clock of the Cathedral was striking eight, trees had betn levelled to the ground, but there was: I Culture of Silk. He considers a farm of 20 ; for never were jJoet': words lonO 5-lo', br .
when an.instantaneous storm of terrible no mark of the woodman's axe upon them, they had; 01! the white cadences of music. A pro) er aJl
old ir"lersn
monsters, and sell our lives as dearly as possible.For lightningand ncr s mulberry, 10 years revercntiat? and free 1 rom the t'
evidently been uprooted by the hurricane. Perceiv-i: ,wholly
this purpose| we kept armed and on the look thunder began, and rain fel in such torrent ing that I was on a mountain and that there.wasf Would yield a net profit of 3,to $5000 per annum familiarity common in ext mpore addresses JIIOf

4 out for the natives, and determined that some of that all the cross streets of eastern part of the another point still higher, I ascended to the top of it,, ---that the enormous anual drain of 10 Deity. Another psalm folio-s-read, Pg,"i t

them should die with us. At 8 A. M. while taking -I city Funchall.1 were suddenly fled with mud and and could perceive in the valley, and in the direction, millions of dollars for'foreign silks.exceeding distinctly! and- with I less tremulous Jebl.'Tli1eiitMfirstand

I some refreshment, (those that could,) the natives -, water, above'the first floor of houses, which that had seen the river the previous evening, a cuK all stuff ; as the echo of the organ dies J1
rushed upon us and killed two of our men. was occasioned by its being impeded, in some measure I tivated spot.| After travelling alongside of a beautiful -* our bred exported, demands onr .serious of the roof, he rises for his t ermon.been "h iw'adieo*

One of them they knocked down with a tomahawk in its furious descent from tbe ravines of the spring rivulet for about 3 miles'I found this spot; attentr. |md, that the part of the .: te e- thrown aside and he st:ads before frame tM y01J

and cut him, in two across the loins. The mountains into the sea.-At this shocking period, but had to follow a track of 2 miles further to get as* I tween Skcneslde -ciud Lake Erie, from its the sligi.te drapery of'a human the tlrth- y

other was slaughtered and cut into joints. Find the stoutest hearts felt appalled;-nothing was to sistance. We conveyed the balloon to the house of known congeniality to delicate fruit trees. serve forehead to keep his a soul single upor Icck of soft bro""h3 esi

ing it folly to be any longer indifferent, we commenced h heard but the din of ruin, working in everv di Mr.farmer Joseph with whom Graham I remained, a respectable 3 days and before intelligent I could would probably be" very favorable to the mul-- contrasted streams strongly with its transparent( port*

on the defensive by firing upon the save Ilion; hundreds of huge stones, that had ben get a conveyance to return. .During my stay al Mr.. berry. Since 1790 silk has been raised in his thin and hollow features arc caliniy audj fJf

get, ond killed number of them. Several them torn from their quarries on the hills three Graham's I was visited by gnat numbers of people Windham, Connecticut, about the latitude of intellectual in their pain-w ira lines' of *
: Bed aGe sought shelter behind the bills still con bove the town, were tumbling over each other in from the surrounding country. glowing with the unna'ural bnghtne. -51rtS1'!
Mr. D'Homer who with --c I
tinuing to assail us. We obliged them to retreat stupeudiious concussion, carrying with them, in The spot on which I had landed, is the top of the Albany. ue, was brought large, lambeai, and cleir! be ims I

twice', but our clock powder, &c. was fast de- conjucuou with the deluge, churches, convents, mountain :lQOO;? feet, (as indicated by the Bnrmcter) up at Niarrwain the midst thQsilk provincesin benignity. i['

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ia u-hioh tt boas c.'er' Dr. Mason f
nusicil recently
t ie lost first hoard calm and deliberate, the General Post Office appointed Chief Ctek In father was indatedto-scnd him to Pennsylvania land which he will not sell, these land M&Aen ptocure NOTIC; ::. : _ _

To1isten' till he has laid doro the pre. connexion of Mr. (a personal) friend and to finish his education and study the some other Indian by bribery, to go before the ROBJNSON rrpectfuIiv offer" i.h .,I'"c.s- 1 :
: profession DiR
:1 t1tui& .11 Tin1 Barr,) has also resigned his certifying and the owner of the JamL
lQC; Ten minutcs have elapsed It of law. He his agent personate nal services l" the i:1ha'jtnnt of TiL! ,li >!;-5cuand
: .' d :'t1r[.Tn man in the interest lie has trust. is Raid that P. S. Loughborbujrh, Esq., completed education lie declares to the agent that he is the owner of the vicinity. He has when the office opgriie MessrKerf -. '
$ } : the who has for several at some institution where Congress land and __ i ,%
rt and lucid" statement of years filled an agency in the in Philadelphia, has sold icto the purchaser who stands by & Surras, where he may at all tunes be ftnitw \ '
: ::i: fruth-like preach to the hundredsrt Department, is to take post as Chief Clerk. This I was then in session where he ihen attracted ready: to confirm it. The act of Congress requiresthat unless ftn proie 'Jonul btltine,3.Tallahasee .

Ptnor. re is 10e1ticent less a friend makine a com- we should suppose to be a godd appointment. the notice and obtained the friendship the Indian sale shaU be witnessed: by the a.?en 14th "hr, IHW. 40tf I .
an : ourself. Your in order that the Indians should ge: a fair price for .
-k. ,t of ccnal irrest to : the From the of that distinguished republican, Nathaniel their land-the je-tt is bound to see tbtt a fair priceis FRESH: GOODS. .
this point strange Washin
At ton Globe .
2.
".swn., of his voice begin to strenjrih- PPOI.1VT.UENTSBYTHE! PRESIDENT.May Mtconf of N. C. After completing' his education paid, tnd then cxnify it to the government, andupon subscribe, has just received from N> r'Y'tf .

t".ra 5I TC3af.nces'rnt ncc." are 3flOTC vuiedfromtJD WILLIAM T. BJRRT, to be Envoy Extraordinary in Philadelphia he went to Lancaster" rchaser.Vhentver that cp-lificattf a grant swindlers or patent issues find to the THE Orlf ans, a supply of Spring antI Sin'" .: _
the a
good
hi pu can
the Pe Gf few half bbls. FamilyFlrmr do. B.irk- .
antithesis to eloquent and Minister nn. and studied the profession of law under ,4)dSalsO.r \ :
\ Plenipotentiary of Indian '
to Spain. tractand 1-ind have .
e ntrc1' and they a :ra gling o in
| laos wheat Frr-Mm-2 hair bHs. Mackerel.
12 yit{an on":1rd Whlt'h with progressive had thought pa so s.l-. AMOS KENDALL to be Post Master General. Mr. Hopkins, then an eminent lawyer in that b j'fc ti'is a;.m and pretend that he owns the land, L M. Water do Crackrr*; and'PBrend.-Gnnprwsle, *_,

nt : J1ffi fonf'S. you and seem illimitaM .1. C. PICKETT to be Fourth Auditor of the pla ce. -nep.red to sell ito tte man standing by. Tt a. .Soap, Sugar, white JJavannsh annbrn nStigii' .,}
: ; J1lI\d l:1tl1cr rwer. and almost Treasury Department.MICHAL The agent "vometime not knoTr.ng one Indian from Bcfr Powders Sotladu. >
lOn, Passive, -000- r.n' HI Sirop, Ginger ,
it.ho anothe'and
the Indian ihe
NJieviug claiming name
eIrrr I
and to dilat'- l\I HON to be Consul' at St de Cuba 0""anc1 .
Jago .
nOhi..shht frame seems From the .'-. Y. Journal of Commerce. of the owner of .'1)C la!d is really the owner,'certi- t ,
: :ii 1 Sf'C'm burning withri DEPARTMENT OF STATE (I \ few.Kegs: Go:hen Butter. '
86 1IflC5-hic) 117'11' > LATEST FROM MEXItO-ANOTHER fies the contract to i."e government and a patent i*- .
% "and n his thin arm is May 1, 1835. S IN- I The then I I ::;nv 15 183;. 40-3w WM. \ NEn.,
rr; SURRECTION. sue> in hate to the swi ler. rea. owner is .
0d. 7rtb TIM wi ted hand at the thrilling B tbe I cat ..ut of his -Imdn'ar does he afterward denythat L .
I. 3 "l y packet ship Congress, Capt. Collins we NOTICE.
- transformed to a >
; 3pncll. be St.'cm' proJ Gov. E' ton and family, left here on Saturday Ian havebrini received Vera Cruz the 6 b inst. I he was the man who soiJ the land. The acent '
He papers fa :
.hoay ;;r ii' .ith .nperna'nrt1 revelation. the i f or their late residence in Tennessee. It is crnjectu us iutcl'isrnce of a new revolutionary move-They i|' has certified, ti at he did sell it in his Prncc- 'hQ. Th'IUNG( my absence from the, Territory thii r

\'IT I,.;llstIDdc 1 (jcCOUr'e !; full of surprise to -ed by mrny that Gov. E. wiH not return to nt in the South, headed b}' Gtneral Alvarez land is ;-p.ullhe: countryman l.AIknoratt, oti _F summer "have appointed R. J. Harklcy m.f
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NMiw'hrC A"( ; } ::: Conclusions spring suddenly, \\.c trust th"t there i is no truth in the florida.wh. ich has for its object thr deposition of Santa Anna Lan, and tJf I'O.k1hcf1tl\s srrir.t of L.' las earthly i(*nt..wilh whom I have left my notes and accounts t
lo-ir. from the commonest The people Florida did I from I.i. last is' c.ast tb collection. J- B. BULL.. i :
the hope
OQas 'Jrth fl.(1Shl which ajrain not make him governor, and Presidency, the dissolu'ion of the present Je.enJ'nt for itself uponunfeeling' I
I11d his annulatiD.: to and we I would not perhaps, have chosen him to preside over Congress, and the restoration of the. lae: Vice Pre an '" rd! to bewail the wrcthcd h"o.r nat Talhh"\1": May 15.185 40-3wr '.

4'!.tihJrb is as varied 1tI1S StCS chani, as C'unl3bi1itits. from- I ihc ir interests ; but we hazard nothing in saying that dent, Don Gomez Farias, to the Executive Chair. A i iro'ht him into e.Mstcnie. ,We are inform ilntany ? NOTICE. .. .

ctor. -:;!:.".. ) 3S nn oran, : : I nnw, they would not chanrr hi', for any other. With passenger in the Congress inform us.that -1 States, the w-olc! nation is already taken up in 111 _
t,!I.. romm\nli-f rom cal 1 mnt's! to rapassionedg : nore ot that swelling pomposity wh.ch is in I viz Zicatecas, San Louis, MorelM, and Durango wa'e haw heard the n:'mes of the indivi-iuah St X weeks after datr, Application wil'W" made, t n

.t1 ,;,_v rom t1l( moct m'acur"d and Im'enn music some form or other, to mark the conduit of the apt little had already seconded the movement. It will be recollected -, engaged in this conduct! at I'-ast a number of them S the Hon. the CoOrt for the C 1Unt', of Llbn. ft r ; ,f .:
Tllpirl :md IIcl'\\mn1al1n s cnthusiaMTi-1 errat, yet without a particle of that dcmagoguism that some months since, the new .Mexican and it is not without an edfyp'that we refrain from letters Administration' the ".t.'ttcgf.T. H IT-, ;
, ,. it :T1drouc (:1,11t; .. whtl eh cem" the immediate which so often Uncfrs' around those who have risen to Congress which was itself very summarily constitu handing them mer to th-j r.nblic.'if they make ml1 .. .ri!fn dccen d.: PHILIP.. W. cotra1' EY. J; [

:nt. \.(\'\\\"tf'\.T" it1fct'\"at1nn; Hr ecases.1 hiph station by the favour of the people, Gov. E. contrived to get rid of Farias by abolishing the complaint when they; see this article, they may Jind .';Mnv IGt!! r 1S35.: ... 40-Gw ;' :. .:.
); j in the congreb't hasoffi 't
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'et'liI' O,.t\. l/VI',.., l made many friend and no cnemes in Florida. ce of Vice President which he h- ld. Farias was themselves suddenly confronted 'vitnefses in the -I--" .j
,r .1DMJ. TJ.iTCR'8 :. f6
,f\ i pl'l1'-hc t.1 o .pTIC/- .
:. 'n >
\.J, A num.ierof: these 4
.. friend place. 'jrorthies reside
* 'co (} [Pensacola Gaz. a great to Reform; and the present movementappears proper claims ,
\"" A. Bin 1 1' '( .ervlcc.. he.iES .- I to be an effort of the-Refofm Party to strug.: ha nd-by, in Georgia. We know them well. 9-jine uL persons having against the estate jf j -
1L1
\ .J..j 'reJJth.rorSSELLOR gle back into A part from the evil of of them are only following the vocilrons of their I\ Captain John} Kills, tfcccaseoVare requested! .o ,
0/lict/ l information I power. revo
Ato ( AND \TTon O"Y rr: received here corroporates lution, we should cordially wish them success. live$-we were norsurprised at any thing they did present: them dulyauthciilicatcd. wtliin the time. pri- .
'fer I tilt private accouits, which lead us to apprehend Extract letter drlttd '., th there arfr others particularly one bher-'horn scri ted by law. Those indebted to the estate, arc r- ,
of a .Mexico,fltirch 25.
; the misnnHcrstanJing between the Governments "We have we have long known a.iid on whom no' nt breath ofsuspicion quested to. make imov'diat.payr.'!nt.
.1:1.. WmlDXlN : \ of Ohio aud] Michigan u'iHet lend to bloodshed and now have got fresh though disturbances the difficulty in at fhe Vera South Cruz of, has rested until ndw. If the public knew 3 !JONATHAN ROmSN., Adn1'r.-. "

r' result earneftly to be deprecated, and, should it this Stale ana In y cntec:. Tbe former idol, Santa who were the copartners of these lnn-1 speculators, -Gadiden.---- Co_. 13th .4V. _. '.' :
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Iy -Jj\L:ii lii93ISa9 occur, deeply! to be deplored. Anna, appears to be experiencing the iote of all am they would:be astonished, and would no douh. think ADMINISTRATOR) SALK.t -. .,f .. ,
ih littlp l
[National Intelligencer. bitious leaders of party and is'as much detested now A'Q nf the Ferfonal'Property belong

of SATURDAY, MAr(?. M MM as he was worshipped by the party who placed him nufober here intimated of affidavits-kitk.gentl are at ."naail'ii-,''lJ. .: "prc.t-f.v (iarf.a:,1 t that We:s in? to the t in power. 'f l !cd, wiH! tak- place at Chattahoodiec Satt r. .
on
From the !!
Pe'ersburg Constellation. have interest :
Congrmi 11al }l c1iol1.-The prtnti ii P"t of From another letter dattd Vera Cnir, Jlpril (fi."Gene.al no ip makin,, c1'cr.. : : beyond .t ilny! :hfllth July nrit.: Amonjr ih CANDID de.sir -
widi ,
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. common ol j C'lhe
cotnlrmrnl i is cnpictl from t official I Alvarez has pronounced in the South against c' ::! J.- ,c.ill tl.en be.offeredrtran elegant Barouche! and H, r."
Jffnot\"in!: CI Girt me "IY"al-I" want to home!" the ic honor of the countfy and .-. .-. :< .r.t, \- '..f the laws..
go President. The b ness mid II F
n Office tn whicJr..e h3\'e present struggle may > -'llabt11l4 Journal.! two yahiable "r5>es4 sonic handsome rniture -
-crnsm: 'he Ecntive \ The Richmond Whig gives up the contest andstrikes L of a long duration, as Alvarez has great influence in and a valnaf'le Fir' proof Iron glr {
x7 d access Uiroucli' the politeness) of rSecrdnrynnd its flag Our friend Plea :m.s calls lustly for his part of the country." .1ON.TE1A'.IUBlNSN. A 1m'r. I
< aning (;overnor. ce take Ins hat: ," IInd ask* leave to 50 home !" Not only Gen Alvarez makes no skulking, affair of it, but PATRIOTIC APPtL: Ch4It' ", '!,e.,. 'av IS h. lJ1.i. 40-8\-
at :5e aclcnowltimcnt ol I does lie admit an .'ldmi1l Jfrc.ti'n majority, but that h has promptly communicated his Manifesto to the A com a. .:so1 jwunis.v( to make our ;here will bu a decided fan Buren perponderence'in general government, in the fallowing words: following report of:amost eloquent "; t r.':..."c apr NOTICE. I t:

*'receipt of information on thi" uhj from sc- the next Legislature. We recommend to tAe shill. "Accustomed in my political movements, to act peal made to the &'nate on fie) )last r : 'j' <- sri I TKEJI up T> the subscriber, .
y a n cc
ot 1 foment at I a distance. Thcr now no'Ibt ing and shulHing satellites of our Richmond contem- without disguise, I hasten' to inform you that I have sion, in relation to.l|>e Three Millionsu; -uch et. Work Steers, one of them is mai} I K- ,
- rccovcJ aajonty of> porary, an imitation of his: frankness and candour this day pronounced in favor of the annexed plun appeal wac nobly r sj>onded to by the ;:: ::(:. j t.t with' .1 nrrd half In .
tl'.ua /
has crop
thai Ct'Vhiw b y hnm-stly' acknowledging that they are beaten, and I "The profession of a soldier ought not, in my "I did lot get up to the Capitol in a s'-. r |I r.'i split ir the left-branded crop TI He i li > .

nd- te|, voles 111 the. Territory. I thcmbclve-i and ihe whole panic 'vVhie: party. politically opinion, to deprive me of the ob\inus prerogative ufa the main speedvs. 1 arrved in season t-ii.:: ,. :, i I.J..t'j .1 I. v litre mix: iv frosty .lotir. The other t a. .

dK. r itf. Gnttll! JrwH, .''dl. Totn': (/.7icfuj in csrjws tt animxs. Hear him freeman to think and act according to my republican i- the conclusion oflr.: Webster's reply, \\s.-- '> .' rr"f'lI .J srilif !in .he! riiit car, Iud nn ?, ;cs ;
I GiG and liberal sentiments. I do consider grand and soul-sUrring. and ralizcd ail: the upper ''
: that I
'j t2o not '
., 11 1) FI'o'71 the Whig 30th ru. J upper i b'i: 'u t'l e Icif,-brand W on tht risrht ;
of I'.p
re (;'lj(1: id!) 113in % 400 ep have arrayed myself against the legitinute and constitutional I- -riptions of the etqumce of the migh ma;ic: 'J, dAT,1; if IP left shoulder. II is colour i is l ht.\rk._ I
fi Ill1I'4'i ? 3r; SOLD TO THE DUTCH government. Gen. Santa Anna has involved antiquity. He rov to call upon the Si irrt'( m ,... r'jdt; ) hrrn :. d Tio >e'1 iluwn. i '
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:\ 'Nr.1 ., :,s e-; c !IIr; _:'Anecdote We 7/ffJV tr.cl the Enemy. an j-WE ARE THEIRS the nation in a labaryth, from wmch it is necessary si-leration of 'he Your of the evening, and tht ri::. -V!h",'%, r the ubf'v' te, rs !belong to, arc cd t!
e 13 5i t 3 nt'ihe Petersburg Election. to extricate it or pens' His violent a--ts nitude of the bill, io come at once to'the vote. Y "tj' .ii.i; "v diaiprs, nd ;,ifc. rcqucs .
hd\ )1. j 1' ihemowuT. .
y t f 12 fl8 We confers that the results of the fourth JJunay hale lefi the Republic destitute legitimat .supremeauthorities must consider it anrw drawing near midnight. ai. i l.tHE\\"ICK
w rrrjr.W"' Ir:: : I. 4 :1 13 Ifi7 \ hare settled t1.( question,, a- it relates to the character ; and it is not decorous that such aberrations thf clo
t. '1\. 0'.It r;, 1' 4 8S t tEei (.f t"e neXL Le isla ure of Virginia. Enough isalready supported l Jy an armed fore', shou.d exist among : d ftvmhl., \ 10 1m 1 115 I : knflwn to establish the fact! that in that body a nation of freemen. exhaustion, feveri- excitement preveil. Hear 1r,1 NOTICE -

r. Attt4a: : rn: r. Jg 3 153 j there wj'l 1 b. 3. strong Adminst.ation: nnJccorJng, I Be pleased: to Acquaint Gen. Barragaa with thecompanying Vt1ter ao nearl as I can repeat: his worJ-"Y' .1 ,p5. : ';i i .i., -i: ;// n= of the Town IIf Qni'lcall'! .1ci j
.1 : to I rs.nt a. decided J'n! Bllrtn Majority.Tlii. documents ir, that i t quetion.-Brouht sud.lcnir .
c I'l' J(1J( 1 0)) 1-27 I arpe.u.Jces a a-.Minng him that my o'-bs gr.-at upon us I r::, '.t '11" LO rs h"'t1I\i(1 t tit. rro'. t
r :"In" ", )7 14 0') -101, la..t circuuasatcc was to UO wholly inrredible? j ject is nothine els- han that the! uauon; may recover .l ; only withil1 the Jact half hour : and pressec 1 :v < ; ', v.5 sold (
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ill .1 -- until the def at, of Curtis in Hanover, Hea'v: in its rights, and that the pernicious infltiencc' of Gen. upon; U5 under t-he assertion of impending public ai ;i' ..,;:., i T '' iv fP"t, M.'hcst tin bidder 'y of Jnrty ,
I3C3: CL!l C9j S 3ocr.il : Middlesex Pulard! in King William, Ruffin i in Surrv Santa Anna upon men and things may ceai-e. danger, under the imposing puarity! ot a greatmilitary until i' .' k.! 1-v with a r.rttJit. j '
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1. yhell and Wilkes: in Bruri5wick, Cabell in Nelson I. "God, liberty and the federation .'nd political! I leader, and x-unvwminir to its .1 Jan'inrj next. Bond and Il 3
-' and Cncke for the Senate in the District of Air 1- J. ALVAREZ/' asNi.taiKe the el'ii itions of a hasty and frothy patri nivu .v: .1 -<: "ljJ be P''l'If'1. _. t

,2b r .,' ., TiiM". .;"" _11 r(1mll"'nt t 't the 1:If: lierst' Albermarle and Nelson' (a result anticipatedbv Teca, March 23d, 135. i ,tism, it i is indftil a great question. I: i> the moment : .\VM.Fj.1cf'AI.L' ) ;

r.....,. C.ITJV.tta''v: '.: Ih.tt'.r"liCih1t1e' ? ii'i'iier pa -ty,) ann -unced in rapid succession, SPAIN. of 'he turn : f the controversy betwe ll1Il1iluite.1 i- .,1 \T CA 3 ,\ iLL. > Commission:: .

In p 'I if t' ,:.c. Prem. 'h111 -" '." .d tile y left u! no reason to doubt that such was the will i_ftC "Ant. I. The right of G -n. Antonio Lopez dcS.Tva trust and disfe 1)11 on the one sit! and the security 'A.- GIB-ti, \ .::

e(T I a-:ont'; i'a"..".to .,1'l. Q'11'e.'r t' th4Jugh a ,\'n. war Pet.p!r Anna to govern the Republic in the characterof of the Cl\r. :t1tn'ion and the law nn the o'h r. Mar H f; 'vi.: NOR WOOD, Treiure-. I ..

\., I lt?aflf 'cr .! ,.. '.I 11; i7k-'l zed; :arertC(4htl, Ce As fur is we and the present contest are concerned, President, is disowned, until he shall justify himlf As such i question. I meet it, embrace it. and Dr --_, -'O.tr. ._ ; -
>vwYork t' meet MrsWhiten.., vf for our Dingle selves strike the fag, which untiJthis s' before competent judges acting free from the i influence myself de- ide 'J1nt} Let us come to the vote. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. '-.
bw'0 1
her moment, we believed would wave in eventualriumph. Let us know and -.how what, and who, we arc. I :amin J r subscriber has
cf his for
. J, (T,* Jnr..t'1C-r.I. Gadlen hiis arms, having intereupted the National T1H josl received-f.om T e.v. :
one iuIeo3iC"l A'tcrie j
tAe Senate.
p Let
"r': Sl1'h'h' Congress in the exercise of their function n u'see how thi qnesrioohall )rk and New Orleans, _
I. : Nt'ttal', to ndtr.: i *l'\.e Van Burn party have the desliny of Old Virginia 2. The national and State authorities whose termsof be here decid A I am in that body \\ hicli, at 100 l Ms. Caml an-i N.OrTeans uperfinFlo .

h ,n::. :n N'ew Oi J loans. "C\l"n'-: W.U th-y all lose m their hands May they so exercise th'ir a' service have not expired, and who were removedin ihi moment. is behind assembly of men on earth I, I 9 do. anti 8 half bt>!, Kn., and flrackcr ire!.

d t;( : ::iZn.J'lr. tot': .1),0 mpfJLrib,,>Q((1. ..Ve 1,Opf' cendency as to reverence her nnrwnt principles, respect virtue of proceedings sanctioned by the Plan oi in the confidence and affection of the true lovers of in do. New Orleans Rum, ? .
:v I."ffiitn'iaea" v. 1 b? can-.ibtt-nt 'and decide the _: her renown, and protect her hbel tics. All we Cuernavaca, shall be l liberty.. Sir,. I have on this occasion something of 5 do. Mss Pork, .
. ql1 s.J can do in his behalf to For re5torcd.'r the feeling would to God I had something of ihe 7,000 .j :
:, arrnrdirc to ih* which present, is pray. ourse'vc' :3. Governors and ; ; ( Ibs1. Baron assorted Hams '
priteiples they iJne we have fought the fight while a mtJl'a left vie; have already expired sllal only be reared Ito talent-of the treat Roman orator,when he cried out iddlines ShouWws i' '
CJ 'X''iorf: : raau.T'Jiiipd: P-nrselves, we 'If, to trf'Ltl..he in the midst of the Senate ,
I decks. Individually) & from on a matter involvinsrihesafety '
apart country conformiiv 15
.. their placeS until persons shall be elected kegs Leaf Lard, ,
". "fi'e, holdiar asxrc da that freeman and the old r.our.-e of Human and and liberty of Rome, 'Let man's
very : Right Liberty to the Constituents to succeed them. every flpinion I- S lus Havana Grdcn '
respective ;
"1 1 !he 1:1 tmq"es'i"IiL"'c! riqht, ..\{urn uot actually C m- f we had nothing to gun hy victory, and nothing to 4' As fast as the State* and Territories are freed be written en his forehead.'ci'iX Jr'i qltf in 7; husllcJs gnid Corn; Coffee- '

"1 ;o'i} j4 lLcpuMic! cncc, to m,1. i icl. use sif his lose by .defeat If we have displayed warmth and from the oppression! of Gen. Santa Anna and tmticonstirutiolla.l fronte vniuscitjuq'itt qi-id Je repub'ici irn'inl." ', : 10,000 first and 2d quality Spanish Se. I I

*II \J .'43?as be mat thiuk 1r.',.'r. Zl'at.th'no gr.ve1IIi.): were. inspired a.'I'I'u.1 .by. .no_.mercenary. i._.-- u_a expectation_ ..!><_, : choii government, lately organized i in l roll'To of the thoie vote who tnen are sir ready, to the to vote register, and .their lei us see the 1'i boxes, 1 d"Z. cacji.'bcst CIi:mpnF ars iie, Gitl ;r. I "4. ... .r.

-- pla'ion' noihin.but. the welfare of the people and the Sontators M.vion. ti'ojr to the General prr ro Congress d to elect Deputies indhat in favor of tins first direct attempt tobestpwunltuiiinited names' I The nlnv: articles'wilt 1 b.soTdery: tow in l.'H ; to ,

Ji ,t ( */tPr. Eaton.-\\? perceive by the PCnsatoto! J maintenance of their libernes and ri;nts.. In co far 5. There shall hem absolute oblivion of all political and military potfef" ,. : I the suit purcha 'rs. Thoe wishing purchase anr>f
:
i 'GizeHc, that Gov. EC'.t.m: has left the Territory, ??
" :,idare : observe is in ihe asrl.da.Dt, an! who rulc the dcsuni of crimes committed in of the Tho Bn-tany Bay 'mention BfNJAMJBYRI'. 4
glad to
that lie is deservedly po p. the Matc. consequence puhtlcal newspapers instances Ma-rnolia, jjh; May, 1935. 40-iw 4tl
dissentions which have .
agitated the _
Republic from .
'. uar; in that quarter. During tile session of the We therefore submit: with a rood (T'':C(, to that the achievement of its independence to the wonderful changes which have taken TO .lECH f ,

i l Luncjl, ht 4kliarget liK duties with ability! and which} vc have dlone> our di-voir to avert, a!'!1 10 Jjy. present> place in the vocations, and it i is hoped, in : ,.

, :to ilic! satisfaction of all A which \ie inuvt i.ub.nit, whe her wevill or no. The I( f T\i'\ ;< atnnefty will not include Gneral Antonio the characters also! of the convicts, which SCALED proposals will received until'lit? Wh!
parties. is in vm next by the ;
. report ewiisu.nitli8t \ leaves us. where it found us, in uncompromising Ranti '\ who must be tried for have been that in undersigned-for; t>c bi ild- : :,
] tlle will ''I : Lopvz de HDa, having to country. A'desperate Jligh <; of a Buck Church in the Talfolias' 1.
, nut reiuin to Florida. It !hobtili'y to those who have abused their f", City :ec;
!
1r1ifl4te1: ; i and trust i interrupted tn Genera on-ress) in the ex.crcieheir ol wayman, has been metamorphosed into a Life II. Ijuildnis: to be 60 fact lonj'aocr ,40 feet w idp. .
the
ive juTMinio, in the fact t tliat his lea- piostitircd generous confidence of the "h bea
. on j people, t functions nor n,; Ministers, o will 1 Guardsman IVrsonvi >hin to undertake, can "
the : a noted has propose nr hern-
to Shoplifter bccome:1respl
, r.ag: TallaLiv.ce, lIe tcndcit'd l his resignation, and promotion unholy schemes of aggrandizement swcrable for the off 'ial cormujea'fl: ; authoil"1! tire Buildin! or for the brick wvjrknrvm aif Tr.,k *' ;
.11 case the President; a curse overtake the dastard who forsakes by them against the Constitution and laws. j :*aLle Mercer, a notoriwus pickpoiket, aratcly. A plan tep-
,, t-liould be dissatisfied with i in this dark and gloomy hour, the and.specifications, with aTl! l ftpr MCccsi.iry -- i
:>s absctuce during the summer. Hi, tlu'w Let poltroons desert to the strong great cause.and 7. All civil and military off-re* which have been t ha. been by a farg ajoritv elected guardian ipfonndtion, can be seen Mr.-Wm Alar party, mercenary vacated in of siorc. &
have been left i in hands competent to disre politicians: slide down to the clorer side, from be restored consequence provided the difference revolution of opinion.shall which. of tho public purse, and a bully and a gamblerat r MILES BLAKE. ;
I in WILLIAMHILLIARI
:
;' the fence on which they have I lun been stationed, in been made Joitice: of the Peace ',
the
incumbents took
them a
in had '
e part, not for its oi>>rt to attack WILLIAM '
j
any lfld said KLAJvK.
emergency, : :IS we i onicis inglorious security, awaiting the fortune of the field : '
w-htving! tliis the braxv the political indcpndence' of the Republic. Committee Trustees McthoJ EChu '0" .
and ,
place, we know uf no public generous man will lox'e his cause the
: 8. The of the
I : better for corps army shall be considered las A Philadelphin merchant espying ( Tallahassee Slay Lh.18Jj. 19-4w', !
its misfortunes and njconil' -
I'aI1Y that prewto the rescue of ,
moment he will have to Derform t be- i in the exercise of all their privileges: the same bring -
j its, cOors! the more they are menaced. merchant he in fronKof -
on
J'rt ; try pavement his
le demanded TAX
and ASSESSORS
the
! meeting of he next Legislative Council! by justice value of their service* NOTICE.
tint ne Impe to to ihe nation. store anxiously pepped up to him to solicit ;lJ.\LL fltftend! at the 'following places at tin. ;
Sets l him in I
November, at the races, DnsrnucTivE IN WILMINGTON N. C.: 9. As the success of thi his heitJii-inentiorted
rirQfashion! plan will be clearly! a custom i limes to Assess! the T C'rrj:( ri:!

and gaiety will have resumed their Extract ofa letter received in Charleston, dated triumph of the! Constitution and bound principles, "How d'ye d. sir, I think I have seen ant! County Taxes of Leon County for 1333 : I
'
:I\I> in Tallahassetand} ; he will be called on to t and as Upon its adoption depends the estab'ishment' ,f you At the house of' John K L'tlmr the 1t"C:1 of a so id and permanent peac
M responsible but more agreeableof WILMINGTON, N. C., May 2. in its favor will be rewarded, while those who in Quite hkeJ'} fur I fiae been there often,"p At the house of Wm. Roberts, on Tuesday 9tU I

p.l lU13rdItjej a tfleZlIler of our mciet .. I am sorry to inform you that we have just I any rammer oppose it will be made responsible tor was the' reply. ;, May. :

In returned from a vr.iy serious confhgration.About : their conduct. March 18H S J. ALVAREZ.Texca,23d Tne Philid'itrphian, nothing daunted, propounded At the house of John Havis, on Wednesday 50tl:

rtgarJ t() the conimunicatiun of a citizen of 10 o'clock tbK morning a building near I Ij MANUEL PKIMO TAPIA also tfta following which May. :
*citon; of Jackson j Secretary. query, met A t Parish's store, Mickasoolcy, Thurtday Ms: .
::fcfriraJsorCnl. we will simply remark, hat | to Mr. Laznrus's new steam Pinning Machineand -- with a despeHUg answer. May. "

':*linfair White had nothing to do with belonging to him, was fired, 'tis supposed JAMAICA.The 'What m/ff/ii/ your name be, sir?" At the house of Benj. W. Gauge on Friday 22i .

*"" proceeding complained ofVe are not i by a spark from thc chimney of the machine.There brig Fra-ncw, Cnpt. Rogers, brings Jamaica "It might Belzebub, but it aint replied 1\Iay.At 1 C'
the honse
of John
Blocker
i
1 1f fited! 'by to admit that Cu.! \'lJiteV:1S at all ben- was a very great quantity planed and papers to the 13th April. The yellow) (the witty countryman. on Saturday .2Jd

: it. His Irit'iiJi were prepared to sustain other lumber, with staves, and about 8,000) fever has appeared in the Garrison. It is said --- MAt 'M\gn+!Iia, at Mr. Thomphou'a Tavernon B r'on* f: "

'iIlfl !*'lid' plnlanx under any, circumstances. bbls. naval stores in immediate contact, and that.the cultivation of sugtr must be abandoned day 2 5th May. ,

j i\. \'Ue lr., relative vuir of the opposition candidate: I i'"In a very few moments these were all on fire, as most' 'of the land is worn out, and the iARINELIST. May.At St. Marks,.at Th:>s. Harvry's, on Tuesday '6th .

i -( (' bv it'f are not prepared Li) say; I I j and communicated to the Planing Machine on I estates are heavily in-debt., At Walker's, Shell-Point 03 Wednesday i 7th '

CuL r.tlllirf ran we'tdlllll\\l would have stood 'bad I .j j J the north, and the steam rice mill belongingto "KINGSTON, April 10.-It is with much regret POUT OF ST. MARKS. May. i; '

: Wlute! not Wn a candidate. It is hut fiir the heirs of the late W. G. Beatty, on the we htlve learned that the Emigrants from AKIUVED, At 29th Daniel M'Raney's office in Tallahassee. on Fri .

\\'e\'er, to say that the vote received bv Col.) south,and all his properly i is now a blazingruin England have,not been selected to the moral May 9ih, barque Euphrates, Emerson, from New I day I shall May.attend! from 11 o'clock. A. M. until ti'clxt. j

'r ut a UI is no test of J ins general popularity m the i, By great axnrtion? the Urquhart brick influence which} their example i is likely to Orleans Sehr.,Washington to Bettmi SEmury.Swaini.from New Orleans ,I r; u. tfn each of the aforesaid days ,

rtory. 1 house on the wharf now belonging to Mr. C '- have on the black race, which they are intended -i to sundries. ,_nidz. JAMES BRYAN, Jr., Assess r. ;. .

r'IAt -- 1 Hanlon, was saved. Had this not been the: physically to control. J-2lh, sclir. Wi F. S.iviw: Moore. 17 days.frora New I .Tallahassee, April' 22, 1835. 39ldNOTICE. j

F.dtOfClj the F uiiian.MAnl.S". case, the coflagrution must have extended up I I There are many crimes, of which the negroes York, u iili intlz &.e. t J R. Lyon. -- ;

Sl5..CUflctir1n .", May 9lh, 1335.u 1 1i the wharves, and 'tis impossible to say whereit art as yet guiltless, .to hich necessityand I deuce 13thl, ,R.>n 1.g\vitU AIlct'rou..o.D3.vit milz to .Captain; 18 days others.from Prpvi. I"IT JL4 OST, ab-Mit tbe 23th .of April. last betweei! the 1

; a dlPl} I owe to Col. Nutall and 1i i could have beeu arre tcd. MoM of the starvation have driven tho lower orders in '1. !' store of Messrs. D. W. 4* W. Home anc my ?

!:rl C41 lIdi. to make known the machinations of his 1 I .i rice was saved from Beatty's mill. The rice : England; and habits once.tbcmed are not easily -I May 10th, brig Wallace CLEARED, Chnse for- Boston. with 'house Territory at of the Florida Big Spring a red, in.the morocco. : Countvof Pocket Rcvok Sad son, J

Cr CDemi<* in this Coumy on the day of, andKm0 i mill of Holme) & Potter, to tbe south of that relinquished, even although tho causes 350 bales eotton, by Bctton fy Emory. '- taimng a small piece of gold! and between oni, con-and $:

i the eleclion J state that it has been as>-
that letsers were received and read on i tne:. I loss is computed at about $100,000. We l : The rock which the Wcut Indians are likely for 9th Boston Schr.; by \\i Lyon.\ the Union Bank, some small bills on the Central]Bank .,
j f Laily Wtrshinfrtow aim for N Ot1' ns. tff Florida,.the balance ortive
*aune.'n theelect'on&S Bating that Col. Nuttall had I learn that amongst the sufferers are A. Laza-, split on in their endeavors to stem the new t ; bills qn the Bank of Columbus generally,Georgia,and a Note ter (dated ollar j I 4

f tol.ltltg for l*a candidate fur Congressthus ac rue, Estate W. G. Beatty Weodhall & Min- tide of events, is the ridiculous suppositionthat : For Liverpool, ia March or Apri( 1833, for the sum of betweer seventy -

small number of votes he receivedVllh & Co. N. York.- ever cultivate and eighty dollars, signed by John Daviison
L, COIhPU1Son: those turn, Seymour, Bergen Europeans can sugar- 4& ;The barque EtTFHBAT, Emersgjt, Writ S. Moorinand 4 i -
I "td eed the he otherwise would have [Char. Cour. and if per.-ons, instead of carrying on a white master, will sail in about 2 weeks-Fpr to James BrOwn hearer Wm. H.Robinsonand pa fable -
.
eleCtion or the
on 25th
l'1n'ed m th1 had nearly closed when he slave trdde under this illusion, would at once J passage only, apply to Mesir the 1st of January thereafter Deceml'Croc .
om other Note
plal.e. BETTON & thi date t -
A CITIZEN OF JACKSON. JUDGE WHITE.-The Knoxville (Tenn) face the evil by removing the flattering unction Or Captain board EMORY at the Spanish Tallahassee Harbor., not particularly recollected, aigned by A. B. Flock- 1 .

Register furnishes the following memorandaof from their minds, sugar might still be cultivated __St. Marks, 13lh Mill, 1835. [40-2\v four well.cents for the.and suni of seventy five dollars and 'hirtv. '

i Aeca'uRU'OTOK, Mev 2. tbe early history of this eminent individual: by negro free labor-the only means or W. & J., Robinson payable, not one recollected day-after date which.to J.i c W. .& i

: !ltr to the general anticipation, Mr. Bar- "Hugh L White was born Oct. BOth 1773, by which it ever cen be continued as a stapb For New York, were also some accounts and some unimportant rhere'!; ..

tJ Kend took kave ofl General Post Office1aA. Jredell county N. C. (then Rowan county;) of these islands. THE fast sailing packer brig JCKO, J. therein not sufficiently recollected to describe th tapers an. .:

f tSf ?lt was installed in his place. when about 7 or 8 years old, his father moved B. Lothrop, master will arnve at St. The person who finds and returns to me the IDOYO i
movement the Mtirks on or before the first of June and described book
Kitchen pocket and its
eNtond Cabinet are un- FRAUD! INPIAN LANDS! contents shalTbe lib
jraUy
creek Withe Ya. and.lived hare
to have to Cripple immcdiat I
achieved county despatch for the above For rewarded. .
1Ite a complete port. 'V.H. ROBINS('N. -
victory over
Det proper, who ifin the of tins I there a few years, from thence he moved to We are daily receiving accounts of the grossest, freight or passage, hating superior accommodations: May 29th 33-4:
beginning most daring frauds committed upon tbe Indians to Apply to : e
ustration KERR & STURGES.
dtc4 they came in a unit, seem to be 'the neighborhood of Ten. When a mere fedJev obtain their lands. Credulity vsetf' would refuse to TaraliaiweiHay: 15th 1835. 40tf ICP'The Columbus Centinel will give the above

"kr now pretty nearly to the condition of a cib Hugh L. While was engagsd in most of believe all be have heard, if it were not substantiatedby advertisement three insertions and forward th :ir ac '

?'otan'l'the the ?\ rnraent. As fur the rest if it were : ier's campaigns against ihe Cherokee Indian'dnd testimony which cannot be gain said. The artifice NEW GOODS. count- to the subscriber for payment. I ff -

political Actions to the admir. resorted to by men who have hesetoforc been con- subscriber harjust received from New York
tor new [ was distinguished for his bravery hardihood THE NOTICE. j,
Iftht Post Office sidered respeci able, i>* calculated to destroy all con- New Orleans, an assortment of SriRKO t -j
&ithe 1It1J what eVidence we have, we of his incline business to 'live, I and sagacity in that partisan warfare.Under fidence in tile honesty of mankind-we shall not attempt GOODS.-A l o,:Cognac Brandy. Apple Brandy, Jamaica ALL persons having claims against the eat .

would make habit* the influence of Col. Charlea McClungwho to describe the various stratagems of these people Rum, Kew Orleans and New England Rum KIM NARD. deceased, will preset the J -
the
an efficient ,
same to subscriber
Postmaster Gen- -it would too great a in our with a few of first within the term limited b laws '
Perhaps had from occupy space paper. bagi quality Rio Coffee. Purcha f
k" howeve recently come Pennsylvania, will be
it will & or they barred and all those I
ime) which indebted
the last ; 19 said
him eno"I;" But expedient they haveempoyed.& ers are invited to call and examine fo themselves. '
t hnt credit when he has deserved it. rhenliim.I and who had Married his sister, and observed with perfect success, is what is called "personating.., ; ALEX. FOaMY DUVAL. estate, will come forward immediately and roak pay ..

earned i it, we will eel deny it to decided evidence, -of talent in young White, 1 his. That is, where oa Indian owns A valoaWtxuccc of May 13th, JS35, tQl '. ment.April 23 1835. 33-tf adm't GEORGE ofWm. KinQud YOlTNCf ifcc'i, ..1r


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l i-. : V _= i : V 1 ADAflNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. ; NIXON'S HOTEL BOOKS OF UBSCRIITIO 1

Il indebted the of WILLIAM heretofore existing under the To tht Stkrfthepany
\< NOTICE. ALL persons to estate THE-copartnership I LN 1'1l .a 0'Or -.t11.\L Y.I as' FI.
I WATSON, late of Jackson county, deceased, & Co. is this day dissolve will be med
t rta .HE subscribers subscriber ope 3t. the C
having administered on the rsM. I The respectfully 'Florida CenlrtItt4
the firm on the
make immediate mutual All indebted to first
., are requested to payment the undersigned by consent. persons day f Ma
of Joshua Croom
tate late
of Leon I
,
connty.dcc'd, as indulgence cannot be given ; and those are requested to make immediate settlement of try: informs the public,that he has again opened open for 30days 1in li 't

: truest to prcsrnt all tlicm pcrsons properly having claims authenticated against said within estate the, having demands against said estate, arc requested to same to H. A. Pierson, who it hereby duly authoriseto a House of Public Entertainment in the ''gt by the i : ('rallu:, Ag.

f time prescribed by law otherwise will be barred present them duty authenticated within the time prescribed settle lie business of the sam VV Town of Quincy, and hopes by his usual attention to IH3.,. 3h.l.eu .
,
they
law will be forever barred. HAV1LAH A. PIERSON, liberal share of -
by cr they business, to receive public patronage.
by the statute and all indebted said estate -
to
will ; persons THOMAS M. WHITE, SILAS M. GIBBS. V Having lately purchase from Mr. Jas. M. Harris Book J Bii-
make .
\ please
payment immediately.I. N. CROOM, Administrator ex officio. Tallahassee April 25, l35. 37tf .. that large and commodious House formerly occupied J NO. BAL'WI..r repettuty .
i Marianna, 29th Drc 1834 [21-6m1 him known the Q.uincy Hotel!, and I and the mfonns himencPl1
and as
by pabluc in '.
,
25th Mardi 1835 M. MOORE.NOTICE. neral srl
I |P3tfl| K. that
P SON
J_ A. I R he
r- having retaken his former stand at the corner of Jefferson EI" o. Bi4djn 'I this h as re .

I New Book Store. and Adams' strcets, he will be prepared to ac- o'curl.eel y Jame. ... L nn E cUv, AU, In tbe -to

1 During my nbsenco from \h THE subscriber has received and will open imme- I CQmmodate travellers and families visiting the place, I 1m: will he CXITtCtWjl I netn sq ..."rdel1"re I" ,V

1tibcrti. ITacldeyEsq1J (next door South of Mr. Maner's store) II with private rooms. lOOk s rt'-lIour.d '0 any PJ ern d I 1 esp.'.C h.'0 .
Territory I rl'flU'd
of BOOKS and STATIONARY and would first i'alIahas..ee March .
an assortment His Stables are large, aud will be attended by __ y ,thi : .
is hrrchvxconctitMtr.l! my Ajront and Attorney. l"e glad to supply his friends and the community ingeneral : I rate Ostlers and as formerly, will be kept filled with ( tf
Apl. 22d, 1855. 37-1 w JESSE H. WILLIS. : i j> rsniis m.,Ti ., ..I] _
: with any articles in his line on the most reasonable S 1 provender. J. M. NIXON. ll.t.. :1 re h.p >>
1.
3I -'- ., cry
subscriber I h TOflKo
STAGE NOTICE.. terms. Although his assortment is not yet I Q ui.ey.Florida, March 13, 1335. [:.V2-3m of is ilil ", Pf'tlll"Q in' U-SS
;h C ,
very gencraljhc experts to make it so by shipments already Merchant JIHI Tailor i V uatC." irr of Gailsrirn
1 The St. Marks via made, and others to be made by the first vessels i NOTICE.AT I div.Mon. ot the estate of Slirrr0)"J I | r. J

J Magnolia, will in future alternate from the North. 6FALLA1IASCF *, I' ihc. IK-xt term of Leon County Court, as ad- j F, of said 1 county ;
: with the Chattahooc.hec or He has also the Christian AlmnnncV: published expressly iiiiuistratnr OYi the Estate of George Dewey, I j j I said Court.move foi the .' ( c.tntmt'n' to r TCXII
Florida calralated Meiedhn of 4 _. FLORIDA.i vouchers ers,.to I I.tvrdt"un,1! appo tiousii.I COm" .
: Northern Stage:Leave Tallahassee every other day for for the shall present my accounts and for rtllement.JOS. esr'* .uS3t)

) nt 7 A. M. Arrive at St. Marks 1 by 2,p. M.Rfturnin Tallahas! and containing local matter in relationto w. iLl:lN. the chimsi.f ih* ii "peev p<_ ;rj.v'
i ?, leaves St. Marks at 7, A. M. Arrives the Territory, which he offers for sale either by theO January 31 2.5-fim. 1il'7t R.M'Call.l R' t.M. D \VlDso
Pf"titonrr'. \
j Tallahassee! by 2, p. :. S, dozen, or single copy. -- S Att'yr

n Seats taken at the City Hotel, Tallahassee-Mr. Dec. 11, 1 ;3.t )9lf JAS. S. LINN. NOT ICE. I __Qllifleyrrh. : 21.,_1:135.: -l( i: ) rorPttitI

Tlarvry's, St. Marks, and the Post Office Magnrtia. Casks Lime, I THE undersigned will apply, six weeks after the : Fresh -
9 I Groccrj
Fare through, 3 2 50-30bs.! of Bap-gage allowed to I 1 00 zIoo bundles Hay ate hereof, to the honorable County Court uf ( -
I Leon County for permission to Sell Lots Nus. I0", I The subscriber has
k fcach Passer.ctr, and when thn Stage is fuU, no extra : 50 boxes Lemons, J.just received J
196 197 and 195 in the of Tallalias-ec! and
city bing
'e bggg. ran Lc carried. All baggage and parcels at i 50 barrels Potatoes, 20 hhh Irish If a1nc offe
of the real estate Anton) Lanbert deed lo be ,
part ,
the risk of the 0
o-vners. I 21 barrels Onions 40 U. viprrine Flour
,
sold for the ctfsati-fving the debts "Ithie deed. ,
1I R. D. SIMMS Agc'nt.Tnltalinssco !purpose
25
f J dozen Ru h and common Chairs.; boxes Chce-,
U. H. BULL )
:J i April' 25, 1S35. 37tf Expected daily per brig Wallace, from Boston, on JOHN LAMBERT. J A'm! ,rs. I 10 do. Scotch Ifrrrinn-s I I

consignment, and will be sold low for cash. 5 ;' .10d-} >. Sperm C inV' '
V f :' We arc authorise to announce DIRECTIONS. I A pril 9 3itfROWAND'S 3ndr>. &. -II''IlU, the fr.iodo"G .n .
1 OEO.: E. DENNIS candidate The brig Wallace will return The Height indispensable. \ "
Esq. as a to represent V libN;;._ ISUlcegs. rhfitabl( up %vor -'
.; 1 Leon County ;n the next Legislative Council. to Boston without delay. For freight, apply VVV 1. Round the rl.c-st under cat.. : j ...-. or

.I. i March -Jd": 33.tf early. BETTON & E 10ItY.TnIbh'c.ApliI4,1633 2. Do. Wai.-t. :" I R.. c7r clinWi I
:: F'-om ba l
1 -- 34tf k"f'a111 to elbow and knuckle joint. TONIC MIX TURK.FL'LL. ., MIS. Xr.rlp.c.
ROAlTNOTICE.tliinn 4. Round the SL
; RAIL thigh. of tills I of iher Groceries .
\'atu.llJlt1r.cutcinc Withanassortn'1
c supply is j si ; "
From incle.! s
5. the hil..j.nllo the tori"1"
i c INSTALMENT OK STOCK.Bv JOSEPH LADD ) : d: !.,''( :/: "-'IJ. I shall hereafter havcilcoiibUintlyoiiband. the lowest ca.,hI'S. e1f i iT i
I ...... .. Cy the above scale of measurement gentlemen at :\ i
.r u u. J vf niivciors of the Talla ; re.civt-a rrom Aew Orleans and New : I Gf RGE II.
I Hail Road the Stockholders H.jlut distance may be enabled! f:rw.wl their measures LINDEKBERGEL
Company, to
; a general assortment of GOODS usually which will cv"V' .-.. vi ', ',' .! '-'rntion. IT !> V.' VHRAVTE.D TO BE A SAFF AND F.FFECrCAL.M '?:ihaie3rt.. January 1 35. 25 tf
Raid imformed that One Dollar : \
1 Company arc hereby called for this He has the I'KVKK N. B.
at season. :.M FOH AXI Acre, IK TAKEN ACRKEAKLETO : 7iC bscrih"r r :turns his .
V- j on each Share is required to bo paid on said Stock at :L------ af : Sincere 5CflO :.
X York and N Orlmns Flour rn 1nKCTIN. Reports having been circulated etigcmcnlfr.j
Best ( very r: tcn".ivf
or ;
, the Territorial Treasurer's Office on Monday the 25th : PI..IN in .. patrnriae he
HA. w. u ; respectfully ilr T tij- mixture contains arsenic, I am directed by rrcfivcdirpcdzrs! hi.sIf
I rl.lf1'b next. By order of the B anlof) Djrrctors.i Goshen Butler, Western Hams; : lho and! tlutnotl.inonK .
i I' i } CHARLES AUSTIN, Scc'ry. Mess and prime Pork, lie generally, that h,j will continue the Tailoring Bu i- 'i I .i in aLt, authorised to oiler a R'lcanl of I 10-, people in general,

V -.1 day- of A pril 163:. 35tdTREASURER'S I Eastern Potatoes, Onions and Cheese; ness on his own account, in all various branches, aii o'j) Ij,,!'.:,.!, to "fly one who wll prove the existence I :-;'------------- G. H.l

I.: : NOTICE. Candles Beef in half bbls ; the old established sttnd formerly occupied hy tl. jlMessrs. "f ihft '.' .\t p.I"i de of Arsciii, ?.terctu-y, Antimony, DVSEP IA AND IVER-COMpLxrvf
Sperm family ; R. B. 4. J. B. Bull:, on Monroe street adjoining -;' 'Ir aT- 0'hr.r poisinous itigrec'icnt! in it. '" PETERS, p ojt. or cf Ph' iuk C ;

TKE-ITUnEITS OFFICE, ) IVitcr Hall Powdri ; the Watch-making establishment of FrcdeMCnj.I In order to prevent imposition from oiiiitcrf it*, no I. :tiB.w> fir: -'-ve5nI-vp- r-. .h-: I\'w'l'tnS ,. I

IVrtT.L ittSEr, March Pth, 183.5 J Ji Counti v and Holland Gin; TMVC! E: q", where he will continue to keep on hand: persons except( authorised n ('l1t5 will 'oc furnished:: by attention the trf:1rm'r.r .. "lr'- itr or 1.I.1rtl rate I Ii

r By i tn act p.\s ;. vidrd that al! Jiondrxcutrd by Auctioneers ; Goons of the latest imoortfltions.of. whi.-h he will furnish -; sole! I thc.MK I m 'uifn-" n r'f.'lll larn-vn front '
agent for Middle Florida and am assuied I by M. several t
shall be forwarded the Judirc ofthr.'Co'Jnt.. Court Brown Domestics by the bale; I mate rr Alt r-rin.-- v.ni, FroI. i
by I| clothing to the order of those who may picas1 't>: Rowand that ( a small lot sAd to Mr. -"cfrs V r.-sn -h ] has: given j
i to the Treasurer of thr Territory Florida; am! that All kinds Cut Nails and Brad*; favour him with their patronage at the shortest notify,:I not a single: bottle except Uis been or will bs<*nt, or slid by) I name .\].:-fi'H' :, n;'whj. T tt II'pt'!'fl. .whhL tit I

fill l Auctioneers shall quarterly in rarh par commencing Hollow Ware ; N. Orleans Hum; made in the most durable and fashionable style! mdon :j i him, to any person hi Middle Florida, f.x,vpt to me : I proved fajK.rc e'Hri! "j.t rl nn any.. rPriPi' herp.!ii)1"t l J
the 1st January transmit to the Treasurer 1rCf'f..II.: ii rin-jrr rlf'p ,'.,. .
on reasonable terms jl jr' Liberal deductions will he ;! .n 'I.l'
Peach, Apple and Cognac Brandy j 5; If 'Irr.cnic ''iff.v brni iliicortrtd in any iuix1isrf1VUflJ' .,/,-.] "" nnladjI! IJ 1
tender oath, taken before'some Jr.dgr, a ropy of all ; made on all orders for (cash The ; I )a'P.I andrhich; ar- .I'n""PVf"! 'I
or j it ;
prompt payment. 1 !, iiii'it have 'fe"l some of the illli ; .rl'l'nJe. 1
rales effected .; with the what All kinds Shoes hy the trunk, &c. spurious iler m1 I, =... iir-
by him, amount and at case, subscriber wou'd return his sincere thanks} for past fa-i;i tation. All persons therefore, w !lin wh: the g.jif I .1.: .1Itul> DfPrr.IV% ant) I_nEII'

; time nnd place: nnd for whom thrnrnc was mrvliKow : He wishes to purchase Cotton, nUT Skins a"d \'or:,and hope still by hisas- Ittity and strict attention, 1 i ito Tonic Mixture-slvmld he cal1tir.ll IJf whom hey i Pi.AT---t I' lihcAvi.r nn ilir.ostcrtab! cure fIJI t.

.V all Auctiinrr s arc required to take notice of Cow Hide?.-Magnolia, Dec. 1.., 1331..' -9tf! merit and receive a :cnf'rOU5re of patronage. ']J it: My label I will be en every bo fr 'old: I by purchase me:: Il.tr"IIiH to' II.f' J'u.I. Vplaints
paid law, and conform to it, suits t'.inr: B'.nds AplC. i I" sv rot I D"-tcn-'
or upon Tallahassee 2.>th April, IS.-.S. 37tf J :.1I'r"'l1h; ( : ,t I aJ J"I
must be instituted. Judges of the County Courts nrf Orleans Packets. I I No K:: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle! Florida. f .r...-r."vy, 1m' ,ie"is'r; !f-tirr>iVVn the-..'

requested without dcby, *I o forwarl, proper'ycciiiCcdmid The s-Iiooners LADY WASHINGTON CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, 23d 1 itf. I ,iiiach r.mrir'i'" i--; iTitali-l;! tvd:"3-'ref F.1..Js.e int it.!'.

::1 approved, the Bunds of Auctioneers in their p(.- .l 7th 1333.THE mouth'tr. irfi'Ml.irv :if sprrirp. \v,.., .
I Capu P. II. SIVAIM, & WASHINGTON April CONSUMPTION"CURED. : rn IS J"m'
region. CHARLES AUSTIN times viir'r.,1 .nrih..r ,
Capt. \. SWAIM, will run t Board of Dircrtms of this Institution have: j I t jfflC- c"arlr dffiripf-!.
: _[pI tQ Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. I I t thu-r, fi-1 ,.r"I1.: : niTia.. W"'lkl'l'S" nt'Ih'. \
regularly during the season, month as Packets I II declared Dividend of five S:11f"J
; : .vcry day a per centumon .. .
.
I
i.1 I. '
1 :" : :") \.j.-.
Merchant Tailor between New Orleans and and St. Marks. the amount of Capital; paid in, for the half year DE I' :1P I. .I.r .nit.1
I ; MONTERAT'S T'S COLUMBIAN VEGLTADL'E; of iu- r t.CC.. nn Tl luima.h '.
: I Dec. 13th, I 1831.-t nisGerardin ending tl-. C0h: inst. rav.iM.-. ; tnc tockholders! orfh'ir frtssiTf : a, ri ml.ac:
j 7V'r JI''S TjfJ'j the Winter Hold. in a: \lirai.d:7riv!: vrrtc
SPECIFICS .r
rf I I I t\q.il fcprcicntatives on and after the Is: Maycnniti 1 i ', pun .. ; rnrfosioominil t'I ,

.T. I niRGK, rosjJC.Vfuily i"fmr..thc public that & Wuy ?- L. A.TtlOMPSOX. C.ishier. the most valuable renirdy cvory..tdi<:coverf.t 1 f-ir I at.toit P 'h\.t Ir ?s of inpninrv.. ;a ror.It. 'p' .
J io tin I ; st'1 ir\when -r i -iiiir.e! .-. .T' ':
--- --- i' the .j y
ofn-cd of
t he; has jost r n rr"neral supply of goods cure Coughs, Colds, Conoiwpziin..VItjna > 1'1'1"11: ': "
Hratch Makers and Importers of English and COTTON GINS. .' .sihr aiii.c.ir'.nz.: l : ; [p m >j \\kf'! 1 in the I'. J
I Suitable: to cvciy brainh of h.s; profession, counting Spilling of BlOOd, and all diseases of the n>-ta\l ami 1 1I It

t 3 in part of B'ue, Bia.J Mi.\pd i <-!ivciImisiMe! Green, French Jticclry and Fancy 2r/i"c/ts, TFIK *:iih-i i'jc.lias' ; received en A.cr.cy fn>;n twig*. Prepared by .. BOYD, Phil! idt tpili.It I hr.rI!Il..hl1| -1.et I 1 :-i'' f" "lv V : ar.-t i li LTlq! m. norimejsirs

Drake neck Grrcn, and. Brown Broadcloth*, striped r 'ci"flat their es-I <-l"s. I'ober.-sOifcK.-ii} ;;.,}. sicf -:
I Drab
i 4-c. AH of %\hi. h \\ali be made to ordrr. Ladies i- lte: arrivals from NC-V York, aftcr the plan cither of Coatwiijrht or Campbell[ & Bill of Directions accompanying each b.tic! of tot I TifiU! !I 1 mid II I e..,.t'.cr n .n..t,. M7wl.Mnf: .[ibm
,
riding dresses cud cloahs: made in the mcsl iailiienableStyle. ) a large assortment, among which Glar.r-, and will\ be warranted of the best quality either Specific, pointing out in a most conspicuous mariner st-nio 11.) vcr. k- rcor.br: "mtro'1 y,t.I .t"-
V Ai>.r.Iexv. ; :;
I :
;
) jo are the follow ing viz: I of iron or steel Saws. as may be preferred. They ..11 the symptoms in their different stare; of the diau.isc I MinHt.on:, .tX, aut t'-Ri:"; CiVHTit ('? the t.t.A.r,1 r.I''I '...''

4 In presenting hir.isc'f the public: lie simply 1 s-tatcs c-'j v- i K < Gold and silver Watches, L1.i i will be re'cived in the month of August, or early in .;id particularthircctiI1srcspcctiugtlle! I tivr.'ment M hi--.j, s.Pn'paf"IIy:1C J. P. PF11 ER1. D., 311 nv .,
.
I that j)0 POik shaH leave his ship: without tne entire JSS' yaMaEfdics Waiclies-
fatisfiction of the owner, and warrant* b.' cutting Breastpms: Finr rf-rrings, \VatdiI i\ terms.j f of cures, etc. J
--prtificstes
.. equal to Philadelphia or New York. Ife will use I. Chains and patent Keys, Gentlemen and Ladies j I All orders ill be thanhf'illy! received and punctual- yln: consequence of the great and increasing demano 1'e.dm"i'rls.umero r.iZllt; \ \
I !
% r.vcry endeavor to please every one that patronises Giuird Chains Shirt Buttons and Studs, plain aid ly I'ttf ,Jeri to V JAMES MC.MULLIN. fi(>.r this specific, the proprietor is enabled to reduce the \ durcd relative to the ext-"Tin.irv cl1.r"s-rer. :

A him, and as he is a permanent resident of Taliaiias-! ; cut j.s Be.ids of every description; Ink-stands. Ta'Jahace, April 13th, 1S3. 36-lms price to 73 cents per),ulc,thereby enablinirit! tocome by:I uMng these n-cdi'-incs niiids; bLtlctloin2are&'rjtsiuttVicieflt of ttie! I

tee, identlfu! solely with its interest, he asks the iup- Brr.r.zr-s, &.. Perfumcries of the Ivsl quality, paient within the reach of all rers ns. j t to s.mi-iv the most skepteii:

$: port
March 14 3f'fJNow "ks?, B.i'k:"ts for ladies anJ riiildren, Bea'l-Ba, j jIndi The public arc informed t lest, or /itfliPhyscaii..
These Pills have been successfully used by io'>u- I r.w-jRi.r. ,\., Der.Nh 13ZL
? .i Rubber! Bracer, Pistols, Percussion Caps, Look-i i I 1
; Books. I' 1n.GId.'scs, &c. &(, I that a regular Line of Stages sands who can tC s'.ify to their superior crlicacy (over I t To ,:) orn tJif'ry t''Nf'TIlTI.i.. is to certify: thrfhnre t tI .
(V' ; ,- ., has been established other remedies in u-.i for the rr.reof l> the of Or. Peter's.'Mo-i
The Cavaliers
icceivcd, of Vinrinn, Friz V many now ) ys.p. I witnessed! oprainn: !!
Tallahassee. Ortuhcr
1 11, 1831. (!tf) II | ....,
4 JUST Pumpkin The Coqnet, "Winter in the hf'l' r.. It 'r lh"1.eef': fi nn l J'X'Icoouvillo .;. >*.._..".... I.' -" ii .i..r i; A-I"I: iiVj tClVc&lrtli tli I Sto-Hfichif- Iffpnticx jn a number very okiu! :

V \Vc"Si, AH-n Pie ott. Sharp's L'tiers, Exfennio I Storage Business. SprmKS ; leaving Tdahascc! every Monday morning tll the debilitated organs of digestion, repair thoappe- Dy':p pttc and LtHrt"'Ifnsrf!: '
\: Char actcr.--, a variety(Miscellaneous: and School ; and arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday-fromtravrlhrs uite,remo\'cs na.usenI1d sickness of the ttouudi, habitual f wise lit several cases-of the snla rircnunts of the pkr
snhrrih'rs have united under thc style of ., Wff'HCe cl.t;; nness, hend-aclt, palpitatioii of heart
Books. A-I.-S-O THE to the North will find ready cou- Inc and its alTects were truly ..atouUIurg-! have to atf -
18: V.;. F. D L'RR & Co., for the puiporn) of carrying !! Sr. and Savnnnah a-jd many other nervous afl\ctiln!. They c ntain no the nnst'nI JJe!
? The Religion'> Soir.;cnir Ar: 3. The Tokm and \"c} ance to AugU'-tinn by Sfiges, to f sitat'n-u in (kciarinz it prepwc
on the Storage Business in the Town <,f Sf. h' the Steamboat. Fare thrc each 00. :ercury, nor do they sicken the stomach they are a tim that has
Souvenir lor 183. \VIL.SON.i wv S'2J for tho"' distressing : if* wrcomewin >
33-1 fWAI. :larks, and 1 prf.ni'-o the strictest aticntifti. Th..ydcrlin" null and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in du-t fAMES EWELr. I.r.
March28th Jan.23 tfo3. JAS. M. HARRIS. knowledge. ,
[25f-j my
: i
-- doing! a CotirnisMO'i busines", and respcr'ful- .-- : (* drink 0,' exposure to wet or cold while usinj 'Jutm. i
Storing1 & Shipping of Cotton.Rll j I ly rolii.: the patronage extended to John Blair Pea- l Itll of directions vill accompany each box of Pills.. IVilfcef l County.Geo.Jan.l3L,
Union Bank of Florida. : bar
The u-dersiirned to thesnpenT
ran testimony
di} C.: F. DUERR, \'laich will! fully explain their eilects. I
r .Rll STURGF/S will attend to Storing d I : nj' Dr./Pctt'r' l.'ditine Strachic'.tE-
: i JOHN BLAIR PEJIlY.I a meeting of the Board of i t'ire.-tors of the o'rooth wUl known reputation of tnee Pills for t efficacy ;
they advance
will also
Cotton .
__ Chipping : up AT in thf cure of Dy and Liver Cemplrs
thrir St. Markc, Fl'h 21 29-tf Union Bank of Florida held at their Banking tiJ.nretrs, flic proprietor (J. no YD. Pinladelpliu: ) patcnc p'p
: care 30
for On=
to G. ]
Cotton entrusted to shipment} any I from personal rxncrience. W3I. -
I House in the City If' Tallahassee, on the Ituh; 1 "t ttis it ini.ei-c: ftary to give any !further detail olt.cm. ; .
1l1itcJtS elsewhere } will!! 'j.v
the .
mrulcnt in or : .al Dr. P's :Mrd'i-iiirc; Sto-n trhi.! Hep. are ?
C t February, 1S33, the toll.>wing Resolution wa; adop. A f csh siii ply h.4o been reccicd, and for sateapp.iintment .
purchase at cither their Stores in Tallahassee: ",r Si. I t ill p3 reels wi'h i full (lr't': ;irns for i>*in co". Frc2Hto :
?} HiHI, ;'" ted.- by by K. B. PEIlKIXb f ',
Mark t'.J: {( ) three I parcelsvill be n' ces>sary tocomrcte'i'lie
Resolrnl. That each and q'Stock-holder in the ; Tallahassee Nov ?3d itfMADE '

I TvOTICE. t"II" 1't'f Union B nk of Florida l Ini, and' ie j i-s hereby, corpj- -- price is $:> a part'l t. V
of the above v311abrepp! [
A 'Vrations
reat very
tuted and appointed an accredited of said Bank. quantity
;: returns his thanksto! the public i agent
? linwlv
ill be con-.t o' ,
TIlEstibsrriber: enmirtgcmcnt h: has rtceivtdsinr.e for the PhTpSC of' carrying in o crt'e! it the provis'ons; w kept E. B. iiitly PEtKtNST.bhasf',

V he hts been in thi and pfibcits a contii'iifinccofjiicir of the 3'M: Sec. 01 its Chaitcr, which Section is in : fc
;ri'r.cr, Who i is ant horised to dispe (.f them citlisr: at w:
AIIRAITED these \voul to vit-
Just vc'd schr. D .tt.1' ?, V.hitainCti
pativnace. recc per they
I sale or n.tail, on as reasoublft terms as
.
Sec. :153 Bo it further enacted. That in all
.
cncral of \\ n-
direct f fiomXcw York a assortment 00.kn Alsohy! .
of th' p'i prier r.
:
Staple and Fancy GOODS Shou, Hats, II<,lintv.! i tances in which san'hall be mortgaged in virtue Doct's. ho LM.. & \ !Li.tAMS Cimbdlt0M:
vf this aft. the p.sses>i.>n thereof shall be and remain -
Wait Cti.lcry, and Iron-monkery, Crockery, 4-c. ronsistinz Mr. IlALsr.r.T. Drnrzist AI'ptlachicO:1.JOS.
ttfJ vth the llurtga ,'r, any law to the contrary .
of blue black and browu Cloths ; blue, bark! r RIESTLF'PETEt5. !
ilrah and t double milled Cashimcrcs; Cassintts notwthstandm; unlll } the covenant or coverant '!he 1
rcy .. The :folfowir arc few a a'.nz W'V Per nfj
it hall be lawful for the : g
contained ill satt :: I
r.nd; SatliiiCts English, French and Amoiiran Prints; ",; 9' n1ri:3: ; have cured or ''eal'J' "
been either ?
i:' :" said! Rank to the .A d if at time the entirEly ptel'S'
Mack Lustiingand Fancy Silks antI Silk SiavlsGro sez same. : any the nsc-of Dr
!Ii"
last ths
A FULL Laudrcths' I within the twelve not ,
of
do Tsap, & Jackonc.t, Swiss and Mull Muslins supply superior garden, President of said! Bank or any accredited' Agent wi'Jua-
; ; and sold wholesale and Re Aledici.iai! Stomachics et Hcpaticx
I .t a.hcrb and flower tccds just received and warranted shall mal'
thereof, oath before Judge of the
of
Domestic0.
H, 4, and 5-4 brown a superior quality ; I any
Cotton B.irgmg and Negro Cloths l ; a general aasoitmcnt fresh ; by E.B. PERKINS. County Court, or Justice of the Peace, that he verily Frederick county, Md. by C. Iferston state Georgia. Wildr.5o! ; ';
Octobcr29th. 1 tf. bvlieves! that the said intends concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins.! Mrs. AbncrHiciis,
i of Shoes; .1 variety of Crockery Ware, HollowWare -- mortgager removingor 3Irs. James Wi I I'u.; d.). ,
Hats &c. Also i> about to reinov, or has commenced to remove, The above Ointment is otr. red to the public as ;it Capt.
I Cutlery, Cognac Brandy, da. I
Holland Gin : Sicily, Sherry, Port,and Claret Wines ; FRI S I DRUGS, "VINES, the said -slave, or slavey, beyond thf reach of the arile and ccrtaJu remedy for those obstinate diseases, Col Wm. F. Bond, L1urcn :

V tvilh' many other articles too tedious to mention. Pmt Surgical Instruments fyc. laws of this Territory, in violation of his covenant some of which have so long balled the skill of niodicasoienco. Waync ,V", Eglandi, d.

h-iscrsarc inv tcd. to rail and examine for themselves. with the Bank, it shall and may be lawlul for said Bryan Allen, Eq. j,
t : AL'X'R.: FORMY DUVAL. I HA YE just received a full supply ot fresh Judge Justice to ts>ue an Autashmentagainst such 1st White Svvcllingsof every description. Col. John ''. Porter IorU

Tallahassee Nov. 4, Ra: f(13tf Drug?, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure I slave or > laves, directed to any Marshal, commanding 3d Sore Legs and Ulcers long standing.3d Han ford Chapman; Eq 1 Ja.ncs%aSh:jngtO! ,

PORT, MJDEIRJ & MUSCJ1TELLE W'/.VE, him to s'ei/e and take such slave or slaves, and Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly Alexander Irvin, E>q .

STORAGE STORAGE! STORAGE in bottles, imported specially fur the use of the 1 make return thereof to the next Court having competent those hardened tumours in women's breasts which often Col. nell G. 'J.ttlH'Grein.!

; IN addition to his old ware-house the sick. Weigand & Snowden's superior AMPUTATING : jurisdiction, in the same way as is provided limes terminate in ulcerated cancers. TO ASTHMATIC AND CO S( IP'n;'

V. ; hnsrr.ccntlyerccted a spacious build TREPHINING OBSTETRICAL EYE DISSECTING by the general law of Attachment : Provided, moreover 4th Felons, or wnutsojne people know by the name fWl liE most prevalent ai d faa! of all Di.tj ,
1 n

that in any cae of mortgages on a slave or fl' Catarrhs, of every description. JL dent to civilized Ici.-thc! ConsomP'generally
-33 feet forrccci ius cotton and
; goods.
80 and POCKET INSTRUMENTS in
fir by TIMOTIIYM'CARTY. cases. slaves' by virtue of tin-! ad, the increase of such slaveor f th Rheumatic Pains of the joints.th ie traced to the l It ast Alarming 0fJi ji

St. Marks. December 27th 1S31. ir STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and slaves shall be suhjoct to the same lien, created by Sprains and Bruises of every description or in a slight bat neglected cold. By cSlJI .(tlon I t apJ.L

Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes &c. said mortgage. whatever pait situate. that one hundred an.1 1 fifty fiousand P"*"" gJ:

A M Ill, Negroes and Goods for Sale.THE An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the March 7th 30-20w. :7th Tetters of all kinds. In complaint, the patient ly ef the consumption. :M"*t of these dreadful,I'

j subscribers intending to close their business Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, ;;- in applying the Ointment, must keep the part may attributed to core mon cold, aud a 6t J :1'

V a Aspabglthe ensuing summer, with a view Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, Watches, Jewelry, &c. out of water I treatment of the h.ura"in cou;h that g! >
opening at ApalachJcola next fall, will sell a bargain Thyme, Cellcry, &.c. fBl lIE subscriber has just rc- tJtli Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.. I i in usually folio we J by difficult brea ?l j lcnt yin '

in the Saw and Grist Mill. The Mill is situated LIML JUICE and LEMON SVRLT. JL ccivod nn additional J supply ft is also jne of the best remedies for Burns ari'lScalds. 1 the aide I and at last VIce ed Lungsi'' pCirppeatcd

one mile and a half from the river on a Creek affording SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CURRY. of WATCHES,JEWELRY, SIL- It eases the pain and draws the fire out in ash'ort Asthmatic attacks also! brw wi ton I thiiI
2
an abundant supply' of water throughout the English, French, and Prcnti 's Soaps and Per- .. YEll Sroox, &c. which he offers time. I symptoms. One or two d liars upend
Toi Inflamed
'tclronnd commands a good supply of timber, wasormerlyowr.cd fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- for uule on his customary reasonable Women's Breasts, and Glandular, chase .f
by Mr. fiickso:], and has lately been terms.FREDHRICK. Swellings it is superior to any rredicine yet known to DUlIFRIES'RE'tF.D FOR THE plLE
IT
nard & celebrated
INK
Noye's and INK POWDER- the
( medical faculty It is much safer than mercurial
rebuilt by us. The G rist Mill is the best in the neighborhood TOWLE. recommend (
and commands nearly the whole custom. THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. Oct: 4th, 1634. (8tf) of.any prepartion of that material,) because it does | The proprietor begs leavi to f Wrl!tt
E. B. PERKINS. not lay the patient liable to injury from does with the fullest conh'dt Dee) one t thep3ia.1
toe
with the mill desired four five expose
sell
We will or vcryvduablc : The subscriber has employed a IYutch-oI"tIake".dirt..t troub1
tHs
d. able remedies known for dDDI it"
Tallahassee
(
and two aud teams. July 9lh, 1834. [48tf] I from England and the that ne
savc.st waggons Apalachicola ; ; assures public, any work This Ointment has cured of complaint. Without going into detail, thee
sores stand
affording a tegular and an improving market entrusted !o him in his line, shall be done promptly: many years oostjnoaffh
for iiunbcr mikes this a desirable property for one mm"l&J i1ID mlBt llJIli1at Q and in the best manner. F. T. in;. \Vhcre it is impossible or imprudent to heal the to say, he has in it his has Pos"'iW3eejtf more 81 !
external sore, in of the bone doubted testimonials that &1 1swercd
consequence becoming tbi
who devote his attention to it. The LARGE and intenuea,
can
property
shewn at time to A complete assoil NOTICE. carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, the purpose for which it is
will be
any any person wishing to Bientof Fresh flrugs and Medicines,just recv.vcd months from date, I will present my vouchers increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of other popular medicine, aDplieaB"

purchase.We will nisi sell our stntk of Goods from New York End Baltimorefor sale, wholesaleand SIX a settlement, and shall apply to the Hon. fuiisive Emell, and ease the pain. This remedy is perfectly innocent into Fell tl' dirt .
comprising a
assortment for the s '. son, and will sell rent retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners sup County Court of Gadsdcn county, for Loiters of Dis- ft cures the worst Felons Whitlows on an appli all conditions, ages a id sexes. acCOmP3l e3 ,
a good consiM cia Store or plied on the most accommodating t r'is.EDW. mission as administrator of the estate ot Thomas A. cation of 48 hours.Hheomatitmg description of the com pia nt, ('tc: Oiflt1t i>
House
I and
our improvements Warehouse, ig a SEIXAS, Peebles late of said county, deceased. which have stood so long as to becomea packet, which consist* of two boxes. C$ ifclectuary.
for w
large the river and bank.new It is kown to be storage a good of stand cotton for, on a My 2941 Druggist, Magnolia, Florida. STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, AdmV. systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken in- Price, $1 fo r the whole, cr

November 24, 1834. 19OmRO w.irdly to remove them eulirelyl: But in most common but one rfthe articles is w inted.
and needs
further
and tavern no recommendation
j store a INDIGEST'Of
by applying this Ointment DYSPEPSIA, Of. ,
caaes externally as directedit
us.Ve received the
from during last
I eleven }IlndrcllJtt\ s cotton, and expect to receive season I TONIC MIXTURE.Warranted will give relief. And even in old people, whos long standing, and of the most ebstulatef1DclDe tl
the a perfect and lasting pains have been of longer standing, it will ease the has been immediately rdit ved and olten i in
4 about the same quantity present season. NS cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale cured. in variety of case that have occurreuand
of of the above pain.To a
I% The terms will be
cny property wholesale nnd retail by FLETCHER sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment vicinity, by using for : short time- .
and ninon3Dr.Relfe's
I midc accommodating, great bargains may be hau & WESTCOTT Druggist Jppaluchi- nujtst be valuable in winter and 3ntI- wV
of us in roods for cash l or on a short credit.HARRISON cola very on our coast it being Vegetable Specific accordi nt
& Florida very certain in its eflects on Chilblains or parts affected both of which are to be tak ;n together. &
RANEY.Ap"l1 I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and wiJh frost itlikewise lirectioos accomp ;
pros ves its qualities in audi nable plain and practiral .
21st 1 1 533. 28-tf
ga February AUCTION SALES.-The subscribcrhavinjloca- Westcoltmy agents for the sale of" Row- mHeaA;! Specific Price 50 cents E sch. pri a

t CHRISTIAN F. DUERR, is hereby fully autborised in Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen- I and's Tonic Mixture" in the Territoryof large mass of testimony proving the value of this None are genuine unleai.signed on the OtlitDVtJ.

V j to collect the debts of the late firm of PEACHY eral commission business,regular wile days Tuesday Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, it mint excellent medicine wifl[| be shewn to those who ted wrapper, *y the sol.t proprietor CoWL1'

.- & MACKINDER, and those of the subscriber. Persons and Saturday.He Western IJart of Georgia ; who are able to furnishthe further information on applicalion to Dr Hers immediate successor to the late Dr. >v. T. Coaf.

indebted to either will please make immediate will also attend to administrator and) othersales' said medicines to nil who may apply to them on tons, or to any of his authorized agents. For sale at his Counting Room, oter ria.b< his'pr

payment. Individual& who wade purchases of Cotton in the county. IIOBLIIT J. HACKLEY. as favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro The above medicine sold by special appointment of street, near Concert Hall, Boston, RDd' '. %c 1))

BACgiog and Bale Rope are earnestly requested to March 23d 1833. 33tf prietor himself." Signed, the patentee and warranted genuine.E. cial appointment, by E. B. PLRhl i. I

aatfe.s JOHN BLAIR PEACHY. N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness "JNO. R. RO\V AND." B. PERKINS DRUGGIST. ug

; i V 8(. Marks, Feb. 21 28-tf and despatch, by R HACKLEY. 'Philadelphia, Oct. 24th 1833. 21tf Tallahassee, February 21th 1S3J: 27tf. Tallahassee, Feb. 17,1J3J.



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