The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 23, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-C M gpWARD CHANDLER -. .w -.-- -- A. ;.
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4fl ATTORNEY AT LAW. !TIE houses, in rows of 3 and 5 storks, intel:1 eating t j i ... '
Office at his residence. itioiJ. gaps .f gravel pita, patches of raeadov, and

7. rrn,jceeMarcL-- } 7 1sJ5: :JOt! apen spaces between, which give it an untidy, f

SAMUEL B. STEPHENS, straggling appearance." 1 j

) Attorney at Laic.iS -=-= ''Washington. Sat writing journal ill Ifc I't. ;1

located him e1f in Quincy, Gadsden Coun. "LAISSEZ NOUS F AIRE.tt o'clock: when we went to Mr.-'8. Took. .I

';t t\. and will practice in the Court of Ap- him up and thence proceeded to the Pn siden- t I .
r l j the Superior Courts of Gadsd.cn Leon and m t mQ =I cy, to be presented in due form.
<: Q C J t11? ..i 7MI. silmr.. mA -eo. ai 1LQ'TU.. U Q .aUQ ency, Andrew Jackson, is very tan anll.) thin, t

JunnarlrJAMES r: but erect and dignified in his _
.--- : M. SCOTT, Dr. M. FLAKE has UG.D< II: m' ca I hl l a \fnlet-! What for !'-'\\ hat fun it specimen of a fine old well carriage battered sldier.t rood 1

JIT L.1W. returned Tallahassee with the would be to pierce of these barrels.' His hair ,s thick and 1 l
lh ATTORNEY: intention here From the JT. Fort Mirror. : :everyone very /!ray; his mmnera ,
l riVlNG lofatcl1 himself! Monticello, Jefferson v."-" ling residing regained his permanentlj. health- REPLY TO "MEET ME BY MOONLIGHTm f or a gentleman: of his years, this appeared toe are perfectly! simple and quiet, therefore very f .

f.r *H Conn'V, Florida, tenders !his professional ser- he win attend assiduously te business of his pro- ALONE:' rather a juvenile prompting of Satan; and good; so are those of his niece Mrs,__. who jr
ClJ7''" of the Territory ccncrally. HeTI fession-- He will be foundhen and I i is .
tithe not professionally as the wickedness a
laughingly and
:t S in the Courts; of the Counties of Leon engaged, at his residence. BT MllS VARODE expostulated on very pretty person, lady: of the house .
Si1 '-; r\ctirr: *nd fiadsJcn, and the Courts of Thomas May: 9th. 39. Meet you by nvtonlight 1 Oh, no! of such a proceeding, he replied with Mrs. Jackson having been dead some time. I
ly ff;/Jvrnds/ Gcnrsia. He olso tenders his services - -- --- I really cin't: do anysci: ) a thing- much inocence, 'I 1 dotlt think they'd ever suspect He talked about South Carolina and entered ;
as a collector and pledges himVtin ADMINISTFU'R'S} NOTICE. For scandal( you very :"well knuw, hs
reueral, me of having:doiu it and I don'tthink protest agalnit
\ us m LL .... ; truly scribbling ladies ,
: and attention. Office in Mon- 4 persons indcbt the estate of Wm. Unrm. Is i-vcr too swift nn thein assuring I
to punctuality dcrtvod cj they would. Cane home and to bed. us that the whole of the
late of H ton County, dccd. arc I'm exceedingly subj to CUll present Souther dis I
.-. ,"'eUo. 20 ((19.tf) requested to make immtiiapaymcnt to the subscri- And I cannot be lookinc! my best, That uas a curious; t taicy of my t father's/" t turbances had their. origin, in no U&er, a : .
[)t>t. bet, as indulgence caimc: btiven; and those having If to you while my hcrtrt I \unfol I, For the nonce we have said enough, andcrrlainly source than the nib of the pen of a lady. Truly :
, -0j-iriit 'WHIT demands a-aum the said should chance on a pain in my che3L'D.'li I l if this
one arc requ-sirri to present I more than grateful to our palate, bo true, the lady must have
.< PRACTICE LAW m the Courts of Mid- them duly authenticteovithm! the time prcscri- scribbled
fthis "
n Florida, Jackson County and the Court bed by Uw, or they will )b fever barred.JA.DUNCAN. ht will fully avail, o extraordinary: and! inconsiderate publication some purpose. ..
die rrr OJFIICEI TaI1ahascc.Jutvi2 Adm'r. For all that you ruv ha\.c'O tll: ; Thor i i.. much in it tint could not be i iI I "It were much to be desired that Americans I.I.lo

0ppCaI.; 48-tf.1 Hamilton County, Apd 10-:, 1833.ADMINISTRVTGI'S And so you ean'hlsp'r the tale excusably talented even in the familiarity of. had a little more national vanity .
1 : [ or' national
1\18\9 3 ., After luncheon, it strikes nv as well. '
y' Such
private intercourse pride.
at the time, evidence an
Oh be sure not to asVi: ne Jijjnin, ; unhappily: sensitive ccmmu-
JinES A.lcorSELL0R BKRTHELOT, lr.TILL be sold SALE. For though; dearly your flatteries I prize, i is not wanting .f llwe social powers and attractions nity surely never existed in Ihis world; and ,i -

' AND ATTORNEY AT LAW,) I 'f Y the to thcii hut biddej atpublic outcry I am really obliged to refr.iin: and th3 natural endowments of mind the vengeance with which .thr.y'isit J

1 | >ririre >n the Cuurt of Appeal!'; -Thc I day of June next in all city theerya>-Jillahasscc, on of the 8th They say it'b so bad "or the eyes! London 1835.: and spirit, for vhieh she is said to be distinguished for saying: they don't admire or like Meopla

nrLLl <-ourtsof Leon, Gadsd-.n, and Jack- Kinnard, deed consisting! variety propert of ousehold Wm. --'--- n ._ _. __..__ and adnireJ: in private life. Officially would be really terrible, if the said t them ,
:; iic! Territory "f Florida ; .and) in the Superior lurnr.urc, plantation NEWS OF THE D.\Y. l and but .
in toulsOcn and horse this were
; "n. cart, one on occasion, we can know her as as mortally afraid of abuse .
-r ,
k Di-eauir counties, of the South lt as: they
Thomas! : saddle and bridle .
arof and ,
!! one womtn' abut The desired the "
'.V"I tCI.d .'I'lrctut of tinStateof: Georgia. Residence Icycars of Gh< TO ong expected, impatiently authoress meicly of the Journal, thrownto seem to be. :
age. YOUNG Adm'r.
> ,
_Jlll/alamr. NIvemtcr2hl: 1 R31. K'tf Mav 9. :39fjMARSHAL'S Journal of Frances .' l111e Butler, was published the world i of fuoU) and snarlers for any exercise "As at New Fork, the same separation, or i"

--- ------ on Thursday, in two neal duodecimos, by .f opinion on her merits or demerits as i If any tiling, a. still stronger subsnts
: J Q II Nj A D AJTTOtt.Vrr }lfl S I SALE. :Messrs. Carey, Lea and Blanchard. We would s : Philadelphia, between the in

( JT LAW A) I B Y virtue of a writ of rendition! expjnas i is ucd I', rather use the name of Miss Fanny Kemble, [Excerpts, passim, rom the Journal.] i ables. and the really good elf-atyled fa.-.hion/.
from the Clerks) office of tIe Sunerior Cirt society. Tho dis-
j/tnrr.f from ( .U1Wy! Appal.iclnrc.la Bat of Leon County to me directed, I stall offer at pubi because this seems bus to be the tiuo and I Passengers in the slip in rough weather described i Unction there, is really of a character perfectly i.

n.\S' will rcirul.nrlv I.JJ Marianna attend the and CoUrt the annual ln-Id at theBav sale benre the d-v of He Court House' the City preferable responsibility; but the title page I as "making as tinny angles, fetches, I l ludicrous; a friend of mine was describing- ;

. .ai! Uuini'V Tallahassee.If ; Letters: term ad- 'Tallahassee on the firs' Saturday ji June next fo must be obeyed. There was a rush yesterday and side long dcviatiois from the point they t? me a family whose
('uar: 01 Appeals at I manner were
Un( :
. :1.: cash, the West half of the S. E. of Sectioj lcep- \
, .' -d '" iiM: ,V*' 7' ""'\\1111e' attended to. 20, Township 1, Range I, N. and qiartcr\vr. containing Sf| afternoon, for the. Liok, such as occurred aim at, as if the dtvil fad tied a striiigto their lionable, and whose mentil accomplishments '

: Vinn.--':-;:11-. t 1SJ1.' : j-JCtfj_ acres more oriels; levied on as pripjrty belonging o for boxes at the Theatn, in the beginning of lags and jerked. it tfveryiow and then in spite." were of high order: Upon my expressing,

. -- \ CARD.HAMLIN the estate of Alcxandei Adair, dccc. and! will l he soil her professional campagn in Philadelphia- _"I think I would! rather be descended from some surprise that I had never m-t with them. i t 4:-

V. to satisfy a judgement obtained by Lewis & Allen vs. such as signalized the delivery of Miss Reed's a half heathen Saxon funk than (from William my informant replied, 'Oh .
,:: SWELL said: deed. Adm'r. no, they are r ot re- 1 -
Narrative, at Boston; md the sensation was Penn himself\ "-"Sen, 2dThey tell mc ceived by the Oicsmutstreet
" .IT'ffU.\'L 1 J7' Loll, .'lI'.i1I1CIIICOL'l, //a. Sale to take] place bewefn lejralhours.THO. l : set. IfI I were i
.. E. RANDOLPH Marshal. perceptible at the contirs of the streets and this id their America weather almost: till called upon to define that
V, ,,. .u .. : : 'b. "i.;. <$ confided '.0 him with inus-: society in N. Yore 1
.: ::'. :t1! JlIln'lll.A.y.: H. r. 2 1 lst I tf Tallahassee, !May_ SJLtd! doors of the hotels w.iere crowds: listened to Christmas, for thase tht liko frying.'Tis and Philadelphia, which ranks (hy riiht of sm.h lf j
'i1ECII.lRESaudiAS.: : D. WLST- -- ---- -- animated readers and "eporters. my conviction, that Arenca will be a mon arrogation) as: first and best I
subseribcr expects to be alaont from the Tcr- ; would) sa-r it 19 'j
: jf 1 Jr., ESlj..rcs. THE: until September next aid hereby apooints The Extracts from the Journal which wero archy before 1 am a skeleton."-At New a purely .lancing! ; society, where a fiddle IB in. J t
SIX: months: i.fu-r d \11't', ::.}ia1i submit our .x0- Augustus Alston and Artlur Mzconor either of them circulated in the Arrerican and British news York, "the women dres very much, and very dispensable to keep its member awake, and
ur.' m. t Vourhr.b as Executors of the est'ato of !iis Agents and Attorney's mf ttduring hi; absence. papers-some genuiif, some spurious,-have much, like French woicn gone mad; they all where their brains and .
jjimLT; : .1'' iCi.u.y -' .-' HI ltv Hon.I the County Court April 25th 1835. 33-tf T-I. JEF. GREF.X.: tongues seem bji common 11
, :.::. f1."II, ;u.d apjily f*r adischargp. never been noticed *n this: Gazette, because of them, see-n to :wall, horribly ill as if lht.yworo consent, to ftvl that they had much better -

J A S. J. I.ITER; NOTICI. they were not avow cl, and because, in truth, tight shoe"-''My: dear father, who give up! the care of mutual entertaiiment: i t
Y\.M.: LCSTUU.i2dn: Executors.r. THE undersigned ban this dlj' taken into Partner we have always fot exceedingly reluctant to was elated, made me sing to him, which I to the feet of the parties assembled
am they i
'tk'h, 21-t I : I S3.SEALED : : : '--,- "ftcr tIC conducted at Tallahasse, under tho firm of I
TO I J.CIl.\\"I-CS: Sanborn S,. Stevens.; pen. "\re of the petticoats"-Mrs. Butler's : people here, {X lark,) were shocked amy "The dignified and graceful influence which

proposals will I reived until the 30th They baveon hand a good asSrlmentof Dry Goods, phase-have :,trot: ehims upon the forbearance having to hear th coarsenes of Farquhar's : married women, among us, exorcise ov ?r the k .

: 11t\f. by tIc uder'.iued! /, 1 fur the tHlild.f Crockery Hollow Ware, and Ooceries; among whichare even of U* ot "the press-gang;" but thE re I.nclmsistent--JJwnce--U: American tone of manners, uniting the duties of Q..me. to 1 -

tf :t Brick Church: in the Ciiy Port Malaga and bearing at
.111 i'.hiig; u be C:1: fctt Jon* autl} 40 feet AxjJf.u '. C'aretVie!':, Jamaica, and St. once ;
?:rsi'ji. \ ..iiiiip ti* undertake! can }propose ror thiS tnl.i.e I Croix Rum, Irish \\"hiskr.ch, and CI-lgn'tc Bran- matter cuticism( ), aid this of the Journal we runs over the countr like the herring-bone like the orange tree, the fair fruits of nnturity -l -

'.-'. Bid 'r tlr thc buck work) or \%'UI"J! wml: .-1'p'l| j dv.-A No a largj lot NegnShocs, Pianufaetured: atQincymid hold to be such, (for reasons which need not be seams of a flannel pdicoat.''-Rail-road car I with the blossoms! of their spring, is utterly ,

.;.' 'v.ir :A nl.in! ) and specificationswith all other W'I}I )leather of every fceription: All of which specified.: The authoress comes forth in a -"with a full co.'hpltnent of passengers, on a unknown here. Married women are either
,. .. br ut :Mr. \\' .Mancr's, will he Mild at a small! ad)vauq for cash.
\ Ui :uon, cu. : seen. m i fine house
1.. :MlI.EliLiKK: } Tallall"'C', :May. 1l.!' 38-12 IRA S.\' ROR'i.: militant spirit and minner, so little feminine,, sunny, America summer's day, must drudges and nursery maids, or, if they
WILLIAM[ IIILLIAUD., I }i"LORID.LANDI------ --FOR--SA LE. I and she :)O particularly scorns and defies the make as pretty 1 little; uniaiure hell as may be, appear in society, comparative cypher ;; and' *
WILLIAM }FLAKK.innUeft tribe of that I should think Sew York it rained the
undersigned; agent f "the Kentucky Asy periodical journalists she can be -:- 1 retiring: modest, youthful bearing, which ; .
C.) : rf Trustees,. ci hod ist E. CLurnh.W 'I' THE \ fur teaching the Dlfand Dumb," will sell I treated only as some of the great epic poets cats and dog, and tfc streets weie all grty among us distinguished girls of 15 or 16, ia f :
,, : 1.JltH! ; !t I
-"_ .tIi.tSfr_ U.ty :' 4wOT1CK. neCftm'TiniMfitio-t/;....------.;...., t".n1._.... :, .nlll-nnv.... ""J t"r>'-.''rf'' .v-r, fii.u.*.. .1..n.J"..."..... have deemed themselves! obliged to allow theirfighting pudding.".-Paila'delhia audiences equal unknown. Society is entirely' .ed.by "

\ hclon The in;" to said corporationtn Florida. heorines to be repulsed. and stones-icnmjov! le; intolearble; detesta chits, who in England would be sitting jchind t I --.

B nOK Rail) R"3d S .f.lr: Cum vul'-crijitiontothc. : :) in the Territory Stock of of thcUnion Florida cliirltily lauds situated which and have of fine LCft oddity"C1eCted! and, thcre arc generally rem.\ ns OnThuij-day evening we looked throughthe I ble."-"Heavej. bios the world for a conglomeraled a pinafore; the nsequence is, that it b is neither i j

. '. ..;f1\ to-m ilT..eW;any: at 10 o'clock atW the ..'liice yet to be selected several sedons", \\hich ml\Y be located two volumes, and margined a number of r amalgami'dot of fools !"-" :Shyness the elegance, refinement, nor the jroprtVety t -

\ 1 >: m KVJ.) and continue open feisty day:" T'I...upon..\ any inappropriate lands in the Territory. sentences and passages, some of which we appears to me to]pc \ quality utterly unKiiown I which belong to ours, but is a noisy, racketty. -
-TV- ; ',i3-: 'l-'(\ :Mar %-7. ?w 'fKlllKPATIUCli Lands o in c>m rlonua in.vjti,'s tn utlemlu ca.lt w.iim wjshini in in: to'iuaa-purchase''' <." caused! i a little l'irl to transcribe! and nosub to either man. vvqnmnf child, in America." : vulgvir, coiiyrenation of flirlins! bo'is and# t
: for the purpose of elosin.!? affairs of the Institution, join to these remarks, as examples ot lrs.. -"At one oTcIoc.k,-;nrne home Item me balJ,p : girls, alike without style or decorum. .p .

in Florida, will sell low ll>i.-sh, and on terms to suitpureliners. Butler's opinions, strain, and diction. If the having danced myslf fairly off my legs."-"1 o"I am sure there is no town in Europe, 4 '.

t I A I U-autif'il drop rod, sorr. 1, now. rii I It ; P... C. ALLEN, -1gC'r.t. corps of Editors entertain any spite against t declare that duriflga three years' residence in I where my father could fix his residence for a
Sill': 'T1r'ar.: .i old, L- halh1Ili: ''i, ,'lnd i i'in i ;
lOth 1813.OTT.Throop. ;
hind. hralili and vi'r, will I !>,t and the I, April : .Sw the lady, they certainly] have the opportunityof America almost Hury article of every description week, without being immediately found out up

.' 'w 1.tS"U; at Uuinry. (;a.dden equity, Florida, E.G,VI.1V G. gratification.Their enemy has; which I: hnyje hd made, has been ill made most of the residents of any literajy acquire* '

\!au I\fasiiit, IVcalur: county, Gco' at Tala-! 7>; gr/7t, of Bank Notes, Maps, written a book-a book as vulnerable as the i and obliged to undego manifold alterations,'' ments. or knowledge of matters relating to art;

.. -., (-, F1.'zda! and will be let to =M.irrp n $7 the sm- Heads Bills, Business and Visi- most:: resentful of onr species could wish an I -Set out with niy f ther to fetch a walk; which I I am sure that: neither in France, Itd)', or
; i->-$ 11" the so.->:.on, if paid tit any time within! the
", ..: >it, M"if !<;ud afttr the season cxn>rcs, an J jy20 lin-z I.or: Cards Phtcs Diplomas and] all )kinds"Novial:Masonic nnd Society Engraving Seals, enemy to write. That, for any considerationit I we did to the tune d near six miles."-"An I ; Germany, could he take up his abode in a city 1.

i ,'. '11' i I.. -.:&' to &bf- ill f-ial, which will\! become duet I ffutrd! in a superior mannel Specimens may be :seen; ex i should have been suffered to come forth American can nq mre understand a fanciful I without being immediately sought by those 1- .

s.Hiiu.,! :1.} ,' l ir. ;r" U a"I' rltilWd: to he in foal, orj at. Mr. Wilsons Book Stnrethcrc olrcrs may be left. surprises us more than any portion of its con jest than a poetical idea."-"Here, I do solemnly best worth knowing in it. I confess t surprised [ '

j.::.:''.j v.:1Ako:! 2J; cinu.: 10 th- gi-of-m, to be paid Tlllahg..cJRrrh: : 19th ifc.'ijp1 I tents. It is not less sarcastic and abusive than I s\"ear. nevengain with my own good I : me, therefore, when I found that during .
: ".1'" cr.M1 a.- -fto.i as th.! : strxuT 'sj-cnJi-rod. II
/' / ;.-Knk.iiuk] i was intd by Monsieur Sip and oir.amfntipaint.in5 executed as ahove. that of Mrs. Trollope, but it is incalculably inferior will, to become acqiainted with any man in I i a month's residence in Philadephia, si arcely .

'T'n. : ci.it. .' "
f: \ .-:. !n..-Mon'irur 'fCJIISolla,> by) the i'acoltt, I FOR SLE. instructiveness and The "Mr. is but he be. .
mor, of
style. mass agceahle man, as was hospitably opened to us; as regards: my.sell
.' iiyt'c iuiir, :| ;':d] I l.ove:: 'uizcn, he by Pacolft of TIERCES of prime Ri-, low for cash.
very "
J".. S the Journal is mere chafT-pettish; [flippancy longs to the presa gng I will not know him. I have no inclination whatever to speak
: !, 1. P.l.uil' : ;
: .t1h ( l.y ] ;and! by G Gold.lfii! Arabi.m, I 10, drt. Casks of Tcn-ifie Wine, warranted
i .Mum :.y Tyf!, G:(iUiit, 5ic by Gi ilalin, Gallatin byW pure."T.. MILLER.: pointiest chatter. Jllauvais ton is its charac- -"The mixture ofho Republican feeling of upon the subject; but it gives me something I .

,":'1",It J l'di.ri. f-c.,, 4.r: ., i.; grmJam: lIy Gr'y I Si. :\1.1.1s.1.w! 2.1 2.4\v tel stlc in every icspect. It abounds "with! equality peculiar tohis country, and the usu like a feeling of contempt, not only far: the

!: J "V.. in.:;.'fud Oioar. imported: Fcaniou, da.n j!t I MARSFIAL'SJALE. most admiral vulgarisms": of phrase. Mrs al want of refinfcmel common to the !lower charities but for the good taste of the Philadelphians .
.d, \\h.i w.i* CM Uiomcd. 2d Shark 3d
1:. (' .v.\ 4-:,: 'H- _:Lhq! !,0th. by Fearnought by, Cth:t"v,JAJ. I B V virtue of a writ of At Facias tome delivered Trollope, Capt. Hall, and Mr. Hamilton useda I classes of most oounries: forms a singularly when I found them careless and

.%7-u: !i-v Whttittijton: tkI; by Jauus. Tom Tough I shall expose nt pnbk salr:, before the doorof number of terms, which were new to us, and I felicitous union ( iruudence and vulgarity to indifferent towards one whoso
*Mt''tttcr. :'} itiip--rif- -d 1 Kscape, out (If Col. Hoomc the Court-House in June in the Citof Tallahassee, on the and of which we found the definitions in be met with npwhce but in America."--.. passport into ever} refined and cultivated society -
Saturday: next, r the riqht, title claim
'ttj"'Jlrttfd: rl SIt; : .I\L.ry\ :.>;.?;%,: j>!hc by...... old<.Mambiina.imported: BL-dfovd. Tho: e out who of nnd interest of John Laudanji in and to the following I Grose's Slang Dictionary: this Journal makesus "Where the devil is: he &c.-"I wished the in Europe. Every where else in :America .

l I't' :., s"e a iidirc detailed! account of Ins pfdiirree: desciibed LOTS, to wit:-par of LOTS No. 81 and 82 in like manner sensible of our ignorance; good looks of my steel and itself the devil." our reception was very different; ant! I can

tnd jJtr"ruanrt" ;:;, tM'.ueur Tun'1) arc rteried: to1'urf situated in the original plan ithetown of Tallahassee. as the authoress potters an immensity," -Philadelphia--"Pased that bright youth, only attribute the want of courtesy v e met ,
.c: Also LOTS No. 201 205: and 226 in the North .
.III !;C I> 1tcste J: nU'l.rv .".. O. I -32.o1aAr addition: ( of said Town, lex-iron, as the, property of we may be "dauldrumish," and therefore we Mr. -, ontthe rod (Ridge,) riding very with in Philadelphia! to the greater prevalence

!'rH5: I II.t\\: T'.n"'I1't th' ;r iiruveue; cults 1..ve Ut. tie ulll: tn\'in Rt very fad high last j said Laudam.tn to satisfy aiexftcution in favor of humbly "cuddle" to our tribe. The text generally like an ass on hbrsebck.-"Spent my Sun of that very small spirit of dignity which is always ;
.1..riore\v.icr.; : tii-u the pet of any other hor.-r: in t I James! l\1 :\luHin. Sale: ) to ta pKce within the usual is enough to perfect or to spoil the day morning on[my kees, indeed, but packing : afraid of committing itself." ..._ '\

A.II'hLL-t.( : -irst cv.ui'nctioevfr, ol try npinior.ra hours. TIIOS .RANDOLPH, jr.By speech of any American female, however not praying*'"-'fhe appellation of Monumental "I am a living and breathing witness that a
A. A. FIUER. D. M.
*'-:' <-! !S. that I paid last \ovcmlier tl':) "thousand :May 1st 153:'. 33-to educuted in the American discipline.- City neVer vould have befallen Baltimore .. person may be accounted a good actor, and to' .
fw itin. Ci.csn.rfj; l, Va. Pth Ft-b. IS31.W. Grammar, Mrs. Butler, like Bulwer, properly in any othj'r eQuity under heaven than : a certain degree deserve the title, without time
R. JO'iXSON. Ice Ice leer! Ice !
derides its rules for this." "How wisfed I : of
The rrc p-and of li ; were not meant genius, I. was a catlerpillar or pains anj sort being expended upon the
.rn Kirkpatrl< was purchased
"(Coi. Hoorntv Rowbnj-Green, Va at the price of I Till::" )subscriber' Tons of has ICE just, whic rtcivecl is now from stored the North at St. of which the privileged dialect, in the presentage under a green guosebrry bush." .I acquisition of the reputation. But oc other

lU'iJ.; viUn a -miii colt) and i it. !ncscondu] from his im- Marks, and will be sold on reuftnr.ble terms in quantities : is the most slatternly and coarsely; cello- "Our gentlemen (Bitish) have: learnt to con grounds, acting has always appeared to me to

Incd\1111! Ut'and hiaWy Approved stock of horses. Thus it to suit purchasers. Ice vii be kept at thc Con consider hard and gro* drinking ungcntleman- be the very lowest of the arts, admlttl g that

d epee,,sijeri two of thai the Kirkpatnck mos: ':. approved combines stocks in of an horses eminent in fectionary. in Tallahassee, for ne supply of'V tin ST.t ; -.itizenp. quial.This book scarcely warrants a minute, analytical ly. I wish I could sa the same of American it deserves to be classed among them at all, t.- :
R. K.
ta;.iand a.Tl Amcnca, viz--The Medley and) Diomcd April 2Sth, 1835.: 37tf. discussion of its topics and qualities; gentlemen. The quality and the quality of I which I am not sure it does. In the fin t place

r'ks. JAS. 11. T. LORDJEIl. yet a formal criticism would furnish scope for their potations are as instructive of everythinglike it originate nothing; it lacks, therefo: the I
Gdsd I: > Co Ftc April 25, 153 J. 37tf t STORAGE AT ST. MARKS. statements and reflections which might be use refinement of' paite, as detrimental to grand faculty which all other arts possess
subscriber r-IMd that and
f-xtred tf a I. 'tir from Cu!. Forc' W. Florid : I THE Warehou having* firmerfy large occupied com-by ful in our country. It will no doubt, be thus their health. Americas are generally spea creation. An actor is at the best but tt c filler 1 ,

rnu'on.'AsrccanisKirkputiick' (,him I !have entertained a high Judge Crane takes this opportunity of informing his handled in some quarter! of somo authority.The king, the very worst jdges of wine in the up outlines designed ,by another-tie ex

tntlie sjK'td of; the him first and season Marion on, Pittman's a short training colt they;, to ; friends and the public geivrally.that all goods stored I authoress philosophizes moralizes, sentimentalizes world, always excepting Maderia, which they pounder! as it were, of things which i notber ;' .

Jyc tried on a push of two miles, when Kirk was too j' orders with him will, shall be attended have his u srictcs'nttention withpromptncss-, and and their desEDWVN politize, theologizes, as well as have in great perfection, and is the only wine has set down: and a fine piece of anting is at

;.1:to run one, and sustained hiOl'crVtl1: coming out patch W. DORSEY. criticises; here are there she falls into a serious of which they ar? tolecble judges." best, in my opinion, a fine translation.'

*tau: th smc the space between them as they started- April) 19 3f.tfPUBLIC( I disquisition; in Some instances, her observations "The second:: ordel to which the sobri "I admired a very pretty fan, 1Irshad
JUnonlitiCl order-Kirk
then turned and -
Lot '"CtJf.1l, jiaj no exercise was but walked to out water NOTICE and strictures are just and well expressed :- cty of Englishrnen ming out here is exposed iu her hand; and at the end of the play, she

tzzce' per day, qm' r roiujh, when there ,was a match Is hereby V the proprietors of, ; several of her stage adventures amusingly is at the closeof all these various libations had it sent to my dressing-room; and these t
gven .
tl IUdt 1e. K> run hun againSi'JBullock's Slazy, dash of a the Lands in Mid Florida, known as told; most of her anecdotes silly or trivial ,-which-.of corse last some time, an: sort of things are done by me, not once but ,.

a 1 nW-Iudl hc beat her wfti' the utmost case, undcr the Forbcs' ?ul'chic, that prelcminary ; judgement! of her own professional instantaneous removalrom: the dinner to the ten times every day. Nothing can exced' the
hc in good time. On trainin-: him the last season, arrangements are now miking fr the disposal of d P candid kindnes and attention which has encountered
'a* taken performance frequently as as correct.In : suppertablebere: song whiskey punch
: with the whTdi i i >osed would .
colic who
sut ,
kil ] j same ; and in the mean .ime, ttose nersons are
j r twn. him for nearly twelve hours in spite ,'t f xII atten settled upon them, as weB as ojicrs disposed to pur her general politics, she is monarchical; effectually finishes theloils of their guests, us every where since we have been > a this"country.

e.d: .medical assistance. And 1 know whcrt he I chase, are invited to apply to Jan Camochan at Rocky :- in her American, rather we infer, a "Jacksonman. and sends them :home I repent for two days I am sure I am bound to reniember

: .nkhe ti 1 no order, anl was 'held in by the rider' i Comfort, to Peter momently expect- ." Her antipathy to American horses the excess of a tV hodJ. Perhaps when the America and Americans thankfully; for, whatever

mile SuLly run on a heavy course little over ttTiie2m i I I CJ or to the subscriber Mltchet'lw Hotel, Tallahassee, and American spitting, appears to be scarcely) real meaning of the wed society becomes bet- I may think of their ways, manners, or. .
Jj i see. The colt I have Kirk's MiTCHEL.
i get f f 1835.
:!tty Brnn,...n theIRS fine| form, large and! lik j lr." I. ;AprU25, [ legs violent than to editors; she descants on understood in this: cou ry, absurd display, and I peculiarities, to me they have shown unmin* :

EDGE T0kLs. Nullification, the Catholic question in the U. disgusting intemperani will no more be resorted gled good will.-[["National Gaz. ,

Temtoiy of Florida. THE subscriber expects tob' .applied with Axes i, Stateg, Baltimore clippers, American wines, to as its- necefary accompaniments; -
lI'"d /n the Gadiden Superior Court. other Edce! Toola, fro the manufactory of that her dear fath society BELLIGERENT. The if tru looks '
B. p room Ifassachusetts and &c. Her complaint "poor, but of course, reo&iaterial of which following < .
Bryan Croom ,
Warren Hunt & Co., Douglas
I f v. '
A.K1uMillsCompwnants. J will sell them at wholesale, at ft iry prices, with Uie er" was not visited and honored by our literati should be for ednust increase a little at : squally: :

John PM n, } IK CHASTERf.I addition of cost of transportatio These Tools will may be thought exaggerated; for hi? "literary first. I have been td| the women in this OHIO AND MICHIGAN AGAIN.-We learn
gan, Jag. W. Exu.m06efzh be warranted-should fcrea rom a flaw, or from distinction unknown here drink I .
tnd J they or intellectual was country ; neveriaw but on circumstance rather indirectly that since the Comm'8Jioa-

that appearing Russ Defendants w the atisfaction J of the Court The too hirh Axes temper are now, they being will made be ei )tanged T this for market others.-, and l and she herself places acting at the lowest degree which would lead 1 me > believe the assertion.At ers or. the part of the United States left Michigan

hatJO h n Phaan resides out of this Territory, arid will be received shortly. EO. LANAfAN.April in the intellectual scale. He could never the baths in New ark one day, I saw the the acting governor Masonhas| cl anged -

Di&t.ritInb. ??. ?*um and Joseph Russ live out of this 18lb, 1834. 36-6m be esteemed a first rate performer.The .- girl who was waIting ton the rooms, carry his mind, end determined not to permit the -

!)at nc.t of Florida U1 the County of Jackson, in the Western TO PLAN RS.NEGRO !, daughter in the excess of her frankness, mint juleps (a preparqon of mint, sugar and Ohio Commissioners to run the disputes Boun -

doappcar 1 tli th erefore. Ordered' that unless Baid defendants Clothingsuch as 1tts, Shoes, Woollens.; tells the world that he was tipsy on the stage, brandy) into thr&9 of flera. I was much sur- dary Line; that he had made an atter ipt to

aor and answer. the complainants bill herein Cotton Shee [g, Brogans Bagging, : and leaves us to form what conclusion we may prised, and asked her [thi piece of service capture the Govern.r of Ohio, and th said

the 1fle before the Monday of September next, that Bale Rope and Twine, will befrnished on as favorable from this precious anecdote. she often performed (d the ladies who visited Commissioners; but had been foiled; aid that ,
ii.fttnh*. Ordered be t.a.ken pro confw aeainst them, and terms as they can be pro4red from the orders factory for i "As we walked down Market street, through the baths 1 she aid, 's pretty often.' some of the officers, lately commission )d by -
''idn that a of this order be at the North. The subscrib has some I
*.1tttkUllOmc\ new paper pnnted copy at Tallahassee,pub-once these articles for next Falls co umption, and will furnish tbe long ranges of casks the only creatures I. "What I saw j>,f the own, (Baltimore,) ap. Gov. Lucas in the disputed territory, ha i been -

oHinMr Br months successively., which is ordered others by leaving orders his store in TallahJ.stee. I stirring, except some melancholy nightlovingcat peared to me extremet: like the outskirts. made prisoners by the Michiganian

Aprhnfo". :rHOS. RA.. DALL, Judge. GEO. LANMAN I my father said_very calmly 'Howl do wish Birmingham, or Manchester. Bright-red brick Delaware (Ohio)'Geze tie;
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\ eL -- i would propose such a reform oT time Irish Church and he further showed that that Union, being effected tionsj anti the King's liters in Its have abuse to struggle of a-1, followed by upward of 100Iernbersr t

L LATEST FROM ENGLAND. as would adapt it to the amount of the Protestant by tin lush Protestant Legislature, one of gam-Kan Intluence hea1thi1te'tY corfnt> t' of the Executive power, & I were most anxious for B eats t

; The New York Commercial of Tuesday says: population; and if the House would agree to the the main inducements held out by this country to to manacle! all the the wicel Goernment.-Althuugh were obliged to content them Jelves, but the} J
to ct
; : ..'Since our last publication, several ships have principle of greatly reducing the number of benefices such Irish Legislature.Mr. thesis C much in ihis| y of a vote, which is ding at the back and places in "itb sit f

f : arrived from Europe-the latest intelligence is he would propose to apply the surplus to Dawson Darner, in a short and sensible ty abortive, still, principle, i is of fatal emp the House being then full. the g&nerj. I

brought) by the packet ship Columbus, Capt. Cobb purposes of moral and religious impromemcnt. speech, declared that he would not trouble either tent ant: Every idea of gary adjustments, prescriptive through his d list 1 ho Speaker 1Vect b
f Which vessel sailed from the 2J of .1 he Noble Lord then took review of permanency of mariben
I Liverpool on a different himself or the house with a discussion of the resolution ight, lundament/'nipacis
r April. Our London files are to the 1st of April, systems of education recommended for Ireland, of Lord John Russell, became, as the of institutions! ,IS ovePWlj; and Government is to present petitionsaily. Amidst tt e contin.iS'* to t

I and Liverpool of.the 2d, both inclusive. An abstract and especially those suggested by Dr. Law, Mr. house was in daily expectation of receiving the be in-future whateveje prevailing sensp of shifting ephemera ietv of the Hou o not a word could[ be ***. tlb

t follows of the most important mitters contained : Grattan, &c., and that acted on more recently by report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire ) eipeoWyrna've be ruled Aiifccicd u-asysemlcs;oy the no ions of the until the Right lion Ministe, rose. He heart tlt.

, in these papers: the Education Commissioners; and having: drawna into this subject, and as he well remembered the thing to filch are nlwaf mounded of prepoi.dera- pressed hi d(!() reluctance 1 3 take etr tlI
INDEMNITY. picture of the condition of Ireland and observatiniiB made Lord J. Russell himself. on which he the
y TIlE AMERICAN striking by in;; of errgu specul.IIOI', misconception had felt himelf compelled! step'
\ \Ve had not time yesterday to go as fully into I of the advantages toe derived from legislating the appointment of that commission i he could not qualities eror. in laYing the resignation ofthi to adopt I

the proceeding of the French Deputies upon the at the present moment, with a yiew to the removal help looking upon the motion as resulting from a Sir-R. Peel in a sph that w. old do honor to the feet of( his majesty Cabinet at the

American Question, as we coulft have desired; of its grievances, 'ie concluded by moving- desire to embarrass the Government, and to remOve -I must ienowncd orattf'auiqmty, h.s distinctly e' dial ronspqienre the cor. tltf

", i yet, on a rcpcrusal of the papers-French andLnglishwc "'I hat the house resolve itself into a Committee the right hone baronet who presided over pres.sc--*! his resolve (ppose tvMtT, to IMS taken support he had received from the XIng tfa

f t do not find that any thing very material to take into consideration the state of the Irish that Gover7ucnt with so much credit to himself in lulMlmrnt of the |-terate policy l.pioiijm: { to the and the conlidwe reposed In his :
i It he be political
. was omitted. In the course of his remarks Church, with the view applying any surplus and with so much advantage to the country.Sir resoluhon i of Lord Riibsell. rescue 'lan.l supported trom view-, by a irro.it |>arlv in the follse. b

.' I on presenting the report, M. Dumon made the following revenues, not required for the spiritual cure of the R. highs contended that the arguments in the by ihc foul:nation he 4entually of'acobin' Revolution he l-e Hut, looking to.the littlf' pr'rf'8.. .
members nf that church t> the religious and moral of this resolution the substitution bondage made( )
statement, by way of illustrating the importance support :: went to h: will retin*. public business, since the i'b
t I I of avoiding a rupture with the United instruction" of the peopl1, without distinction of of the churr.li of Rome (for that of the Protestantestablishment. I nol TI} ; evening (Aprtd) Lord John Rus.Nell sh- wed the i'('s.Sofl, and p'hll.y commencement h t IH &f i'c

l Jstntes.He religion. .. Why was not that proposition; I his .I''sol'e to pr's nCl'.ry as far a-! \ht. and thf Irish Church OLPViin/tto,,.
'- presented some remarks on certain classes It was his intention tolcllllup this resolution, boldly avowed instead attempting to carry "it 1 may he abll M& it He wo-ild n"t concede : ro.icIudiniT. vxiihih} rprecrcmhniz the

i of ships which the committee had not admitted if it should be adopted, by an address to the by degrees, by crippling the Protestant Church I a5i interval m nent, and he moved the T1iht. 'Ae' htll.h.; ., 1, and hi3 co!. (

l into the liquidation, and he then dwelt on the serious throne, in order to c.arryits provisions into eflec.t.I gradually, i instead of crushing it at once? Alluding !- Oulerlof: the Df Committee of the whole: I.agiits h'id iiiuinunoiKly jo. IN1 hIm. in ,,?;?_

misfortune and loss which a rupture between I Sir Edward Iftnatchhill complained that the i to Lord! John Russell's declaration, that t I he I. lloti' C;>n ihe .! '-' much talking len, that.they could not ronti IUHtf) 1.a

I France and the United States would inflict in Ministers had been kept in ignorance of the pre was fricndl} to the established church, Sir IL Ligcs about Thejc ihat! is as has you 'ma.we imagine HI.bl'n! is this moment the (J(w !rninnt with ar\ant.ize! t,, tnft Larry on 1.c
afforded the : rise terms of the motion to the moment at said hy could not uuderstau.1 how The HIht lion. COuntry
both countries, inasmuch as each up anv one M* ing i-anjuihiy in h inal! place: and :.z* nt intimatei'1. Haron, In conclusion
, t finest market in the world for the commercial pro I which it was made. But now ihat the motion wasbcfire could cntcrtiin such a feelinir, and yet desire to mote than I l\e xead.- mentioned. 1 -eKing commtMided adjcuir mont until re. rr

, I duce of the other. The most considerable pro them, he declared himself ready, on the withdraw (from the church : portion of its means' i U dtridedly vihnx alai! I have it from authontyof aive tune ?or ma: k Ill ne\v Monday, to f
portion of the silks iranufaclured, and the wine part of the Government to meet it, not by tl'c previous of subsistence. in tlc midst of a Catholic popu I he best kid, th: if he were to offer his arrarinipn3 which bllS

produced in France, found a ready sale in the U. question, nor l hy any evas.ve or prcmatlreproce'din1 lation. rcsig.iajioi i would ot be tcepte.: of.ACTION ;adoptedvith the undpMandm'that *; tim'etiii

States; and he earnestly deprecated any measure but by a direct nega; i\'c. According Mr. W. Gladstone, i ii a speech of considerhie ) KST'.VEZN F M. S CANOPUS".ND ; for an flortinn (,1",- 'hnuM take place

; which could disturb >o satisfactory a stale of to this view, the whole drift of (Ihe Noble Lord s eloquence and 'force( opposed the resolution. Agreeing \' / THU5E JEM C F WARFiuni ,. place on thf tnilowm: dty--Sjr Robert U s:

.. tilings.; The reduction obtained on French wines proposition to give to theCalholics\ of Ireland. that the distribution of church pro.ertywas fie LV71.m *<".I'rd of .ipril 1 the I IIi"ud irnm-diatclv nffi-iuards( and I
the property of the Protestant Ciurch. As such under the control of Parliament he denied Volo\vigg extact rom a JHi'.ae letter, n-reived fluu w 13 n
l hv .
by the direct effect, or by an implicated consequence has been sentto : rmhlrdrowd
. d i'is [) with
. ; of the treaty would be f found to amount he should resist it. .There was.ilso another point that the state had the jov/er altogether 10 ;ahciiate; U' bjiaresjectable.or'spfndent m..rnug: (sun avcnport, who has givrnhisaddje i-bc.-r,. lime Ui-ht! non I G nib-man loud R

l& annually to 378,273 *francs 28 centimes on white of view in which the Right Honorable! Baronet regarded that properly, and sad, that as in dealing; with *. ; IVe ymiy qe"tln hS authenticity eel in f.xC'clh.ntpmt.., anti w apDear. g

" Wines in wood; 405,9iG francs 46 centimes on red ; the question. lIe looked upUn it as a trial private property :there was recognized a snrreir; but t ; h.i'-ne .wf\ij.\ice ot beintr genuine, number of m followed by a v\
Wine in do. ; 22'J,4S8 francs cm-wines in bottle; of strength between the: Government and its op ness of persons, so/n dealing with rust ;property au-i wi :r'rc; 'fe exception ll* the paragraph below, refer vast pt-Tsniw to the I Home offi-e, tt
The House, lie presumed, could not thene -iiiihl 11 to of .rivatm tui'*: in Downing stieot Sy whom t to
' sum total, 1 ,11.Uj7S (francs 99 centimes. True, I pouents. of every description UMS rt'c irnixed : sacmness matters b \ was repeated!? 1/

I there was one set off ngamst this enormous ad- have (forgotten the motons made upon this very of purposes._ It ".a. ;proposed that they "y\i n aCefltflt..: ,t Iujutbt'cnecejve-d. 1 J t ,_ Iroiu u _Falmouth_ ,__ .__ chplTfJ Gajiznaiai..
,; The privilege of navigation [in theports subject by the Hon tnenuers for St. Alhans and should give up the I'lotcstaut church I in Ireland tal'lg Ipt IICIC nan ucei. a \cry sev'ibetween ei'tc- H4VRL. 10 -%pral.Th.1H>rican I'

vantage.of Lousiana] abandoned by France was l for Dublin l last session, mr the fact that the Nub'-! ')t-cause the Catholics:dil not like it; but vveie they I. mit hi; Majesty'hip: Percand Canopu three:, cormnani Ru'.sianncfl Coii-.timiinn. of 60 uns, rcmmodore; fw ElVf; !

reduction of the duties obtained Lord (J. Russell) had luaself opposed these ..notions. prepared to act in :a simlur with repaid tl, bttl Iolhlabe Carl 5'
b perpetual, and) the way t \, } at..mpiel; to pass :he i ard..ncles, arrived yesterday from New k'.k in \
But if the future might civil matters, and disnembei the unnire bea mot our road
- bv, her was temporary. use :Jdn'rc nhlantiy opised by tho CanolJus. I This morning Commodore lilliot
b. judged of bv the present, the compensation stipulated The impropriety of caftng on the House to affirm the Irish Catholics disiik-d the Union? Mr. Gladstone .itfil that sie was nearly cut to pieces., having )land.'d for a;
' for the abolition of the French privilege such an abstract proiosition was one of( the : demonstrated ho '. grossly the simpp.'rers of hit emh-men kJled, and 3 great many woundeddu- the purpose travelling; pst to Pl\ri,8ld : t.

of trading in the ports of Lousiana was the reVerse Noble Lord's arguments. So he (Sir E. Knatch- the resolution had cxai'reratcd the revenues ,t the "jig. :he majjcmnt;: receiving there the orders of 'jm. Livip.JSfoai tlSi I

I 01! disadvantageous for France. bull) would say to his Loriship's motion now, tliat Irish h church. I 1'o.i FL' t'orifspondcrt of t'I' .Vrll York Star.LIVERPOOL i The Constitution( his h I r>n expected for '
The. Paris correspondents of the London pa- it called upon them lu allptoo abstract a projw The speech of the Solcitor! General made nearly ( April I anii- i some Jays. This: frigate i is employpd.as j iswel SiP.

: ;. note carefully thing touching, the pro I sition. The House, he contended, should not as great. an imprts'lqnlpon the I House .is that Thr picket nothaving sailed yesterday as I kn -;-\\11 for the of
every :
pers I : pated, 1: am able 10 add a I little more detail to my pnrjn-o rimr>,' the \mer., : Cl(
'. gress of this question; but their opinions arc various place itself in the predicaaeut deciding first and of Sir James Graham, tn the prrcllingi t. hurried ivo,e :'netcs-arily hurried in which I communicatt'i : AmU.is-sjidor; ba-k to Now York in : 0:
The of the> examining a I ter wards. But if the Noble Lord The learned iiiowc! that Lord John: the
: a'i to the result. correspondent gentleman; ; the r. Hilt of the Pan>ianC hambers' de..j
, .._ __ .._. should succeed in displanig the lreseuGvern- I i iiovery; impr.'aht'1t! that ihe t'otc( of2, : 41:
L j"onuonJUlIntI'n I' : :.tyI :;- !_ Russell hail said what \va; tantamount: : to an exhortation CI'lf OH1 your Iidcmm'y Hill that: is, tue -i rst re- I > ,
I The American question is now the principal I' ment, he warned the cuutry ot the i curdlIltl. to the Irish to clamor lir,til repeal of : vtilt. T'fc Mornii Henld has the following: l millioiK! will be rtjft"I. : 1-y tie ( na: n'bers. % >

object of a tiention in P.i i is. Yesterday being the II materials which must fun, the new Cabinet. Healluileu the Union and to an assunnce to the population The A'JIriean" ,u' rill wi be -ba'ed' on the 7 h A -!.gula! :.ivio'tmo! >f I lh: >.t-s occurred ti]

day appointed for rcci-iving the report of the to the circumsiancs of tbe. \Vhigs being of Ireland, I that t they could.I pin nothing! from the I.f April The nancs-: 1 deputies: have Ut 1 already yuiUTdiv, ruim.TUMl: I wuli m t.je iIohi.tzOfl' ot the

Committee on the indemnity, the Chamber was I closeted with Mr. O'CoMill as a most astounding Legislature hut Iv working ipon their 11:1s.i Alluding I en-vred as .Ivst- are to speak pr. d c a Amciican I Iiulecnrjiiy. Ve. I r-i.iv the Amenranparket
tha' occasion.i \IVe dn not perceive, f)
t however
crowded and if opinion can be. fact, and their agreement B a most extraordinaryCtllditiOfl. 1 to the that the upon I I III11. '
, unusually any argument property amongst othe] men of the ('oLstI- ; lI) titti' P-&i|r. brmo>in"bacli tl
0 formed from the appearance of approb.ltit)11"Ith I He would ak was the Governor of: had been cm') lor tin' Sit PPt rt of the Church ufRom. tutional r1eU ppu.itilr any those leading inscribed as pledged a- I r our Amlit-tcor; }:'

' ivhich the unanimous recommendation of the the Bank of England pqartd; to accede to the .', he :'kellthe geimtleniatS1i() admitted that gainst: tin' measure 'bmg chiefly, if not exclusively, In the aftcrnooM! of the sirn day ,''
:: Committee in favor: of the payment was received, proposition ihe I Hon. :au Learned Member for argument. whether they were uvpared: to concede Carhsts. : : we learn- .
i that recommendation will assuredly!! be 1 tollowcd, Dublin (for cancelling a porbn: of( the public debt? its legitimate Clsl'rplclcc-nlrely! ; that the Protestant The Fr"n'" ppcrritcII in Liverpool nig-.t rJ the urntal HI our rn.i-U of the AmenraaJnii'tc t'l

though it must be admitted that the precipitancy: Havinrr appealed to the Jrid Tithe Bill, the Dis church in this country should he put down are nearh: unatiimoiisin a.erll' that that the Isi .I ( 'oii.titnt.r- forlhf' IHlrpO- t' of tjkipirhonif j..,,

!,7 of General Jjckson l lias thrown immeiibc lillicul- H'II Icrs' Marriage Bill, audulher measures introduced and a Catholic church established in its stead. He demnily fJill will notmly pass, blt pass by a I.T :e : Mr. Livin::ton, the \tnbassa! Jor of the '.. 11

; tics'in the way; lor the stinging appeal of )Berryei: by the present Minifry( he challenged on contended I that the property was left in trust for maj'>n ty. U. States. }
'the of the British; squa-Jron! t
the House the position in t.ieir behalf the character; < practical statesmen. the of the cslablisled in-expected rlr
the authority
to humiliating An'1
i upon support religion, from Malta) had produ d a gieat sen bus.ness tt-rd.iy, whilst these two diplomatic
: which it would place itself by yielding to the H.iking ({noted the :mth<|ly of Burke to show of the state being thai which should decide a'iln-al
y : < arrested iii and a-riv-ils '
wa .nran. .:e rose, sl.-ps el =o lu.iv.. t. oiL pi:ru. th. Chamberas
, r threats of a war, evidently touched the tendered the inviolable nature of Cinch property, he entered what the re'igion' should be. The Solicitor Gene departure been ,. di .
toppe >cu : the If ,the l
qiiu.-tn Americaaindemnity
&z point in the national eha rae.ter. Nevertheless the into various details respecting the present ral concluded his speech hv an eloquent description A letter of' lr'h 1:11 from Algiers' we a fright ing i
f.i, well known desire of the Cailist faction, of whom state of the Irish Church :and contended tint, I of the miscarriages of the Whigs, and a fervent ful account of sip .\'rl'ks there : Thl''It'y queshon which led I to \

100") Lerryer ia the organ, to sec the 1)I'(' -I'llt government :. upon every principle. of ju>ice, they were bound I n'arning to the House of the consequence On the Jth, in the sung .>( Paramc:1. Sir Robert this arrival of vessels! and tl is recall of ambasII;

. engage cither in a wlr'ith the U. States to protect till f funds of t.iejhurch from the viola- which would result from entering on the course to Peel ,three timesitsv,, d divhiul three .ado; s. 0

.j or in any other unpopular measure, greatly khscned j lion with which they wercbreatened.; which Lord John Russell had invited them, which tunes lust, by large ntjormes. T.e situa ion ii'' .I >-iperstiMou persons Fill perhaps drat tr
1t the of this powcifnl sjM'ech; Mr. Ward spoke stron'y in support of Lord must etui in the himself antlcollea', ties \t tru x jnte 'us. Mr TlI'. ,
weight very I infallibly triumph[ of the Destruc motion for'an addiesstthismatestv. 10 c ia Iroin (this sinjj ihroiiicii1.tic" of circuinslin* John Russell's
and his proposal: to suspend the proceedings ou I proposition, lltlll".Jrettclllltat; the ranl
( Il : the London -..iv''a cirried
c" ter to againsr Ct'S, a t ttt 1tllll" or untavorii; ; :as (to ; r
'Ir the question until he decision of the COlIgH'SoI Right Hon. Baronet: had mcit win little else than Sir J. C. Hobhouse closed the debate in a speechn ministers by a large ma try-of' ll(! : the difficulties botwocL. and tbeU'augury: Slate i ,\
"1.. was known, was not for a moment entertained. I mete ;)ersonJhitics.; As I)r argJmcllt none was : which we looked in vain for indications of that The Princess of Hold oh Oermgen has been b- us I
y: JVba, syllable is said about the intcnst of the indcinnity attempted. He maintaill dlha', until the princi. talent which no one will deny that he possesses.He trothed to the reigning Hnce of Schwarzbur: Son' Hut for our ,) .rt. e only see in it another

ill the report, nor was that in the discustion pie of appropriation now trgel was carried into was, however, undoubtedly quite himself in deishauben. The marrie will take pla.e ia May. rt"t""rH1 hill the Chambers should art expcd.uouslv .S t Ii

11 ; the Amenc-jns in Paris, however, lav much effect. ,..there.. .. was. no cltJnI' tranquility or im- that part o'! his address where he humorouslvUSKCU HOLLAND in an allairso (Mir 'irrs-,"inir to commercial to
tI. auto'' tI.sII 11111:1 aiidiiiuii, uui i ituoc 1J1UIIICr l/l v : .1. CASIItil II llf. .r M>Olu till. nuw lie emu mi menus could he supposed TIe UCI luau j>npci3.i"ii; no iiiiorrnanon. I he I imsKie-ss i relation.-i. ,
: UI nlali"al
' Jonothan will not go to war on thataccounh The : Sir James Graham app ached the question I desirious of changing places with the Ministers, Dutch papers s y nothinpi the desturbances wincn; i our (p s
; with difficulty oivconnccted with religious I took at Atn>trdai a few da > thoU h The Frr-nrh: corve'te C,:n-s Arrived at Brest
i. opinion formed out of doors by the well informed : great a> seeing that they were in fact the Government, and p1c } ago
and cor.scientius and I petition on the subject as !teen piesented to tin from New i'ork on! th- loth March.
t feelitijLrs scruple
:: part of the public-, that France can pay the in I proceeded en-Tied every measure they pleased. We think, I States G .Such silence is of tinthraldom
\. demniij without the least dishonor, and that the I to describe the priniple involved in it as however. that he promised more for the Melbourne j I ltral;:i theresse* are h-hl a proof in Holland[ ,- RESULT 0 i F THL DIVISION! OS LORDPt

1,1 grant will be carried by a large majority. : one to wit it. h he Ind: made ijtat sacrifices-power, Administration than it would have performed and makes.us rather uurn over the lost lilerty of JOHN HU SELIIOTIOS., -'

On the other hand, the correspondent of the! i connection, friendship[ but till it admitted of noCOmpriflnc. when he intimated that i!members would have the.once brave au-J enerjti'utchmen.. The debate terminated I
i n Friday morninj.
! Herald the firm belief of The Right Bn. Baronet observed I, c.1
Morning states, \\.elil brought forward a measure in the spirit of Lord Bl-IUM. I The 1 result
J Informed party, tint the Bill, though so strongly! with respect to the reasomrj of the lIon. Gentle John Russell's resolution, if they hadbecn allowedto The Brussels papers-e; rather indignnnt a-rainst we rrgr.-t to st itt, has: been unfa

? ; put forward by the Government, will be rejected man: who had! just sat dowi meet thc Parliament as a Government. At all :gentl-min ef the nat of M Lads having been vorablu to Ministers and to thu country. The ::1

t>;v the Chamb'er. Oiir own opinion does not cor- "I am not particular: ns ) the appropriation of events, Sir J. Hobhouse cannot mean to say, that Ips.orfd out of that ci chained '" azyhcttersn: j speakers Wl'rc- !b

respond with this. The name of about forty the Church revenues takccharity, take education having put the country to the expense of a commission :I ot'iti"like a gaily Pdh'slave.. .The Then decri'! as thvictims For the motion, Sir J. ?ampl cll.! Srrjcact II
l' llgian
Deputies had been already entered, who are to I I take anything, so log as you take something I on t the express ground that t they could not i to a '! lution tit the names Rt-presentativ.-s of those absent havecome \\ ildr, Clements; Mr. Rio tcr and Mr. U'Con.f.

s;)..akjm> tt con on the bill. Fhe following are ,I from the E-stabhshe.! Church. And the : legislate on the subject without infimnatiol, which I and jirmsexihah1: he d v published m the :Ioniteur. nc 11. II

among the number: For the Bill-Messrs. Tes- | Hon. Gentleman! laid it doui as a general propo-I that commission was to obtsin, they would) have -,' SWITERLANIX Against, Mr. IJichirds, Mr. II. T\viscand : '

4 nicre, Pataielle: Ducos, An'men Duprcon, de La- j sition that the ormciple \vs to be applied to all brought forward such a me.isure as.he alluded! to The :wI1- journ.iNate that ic un,'asines occasioned Sir Robert Pec! t.

marune. Jay, lloul, Croiss-antDiadiere, Deiaborde i: Corpor:1tions"ithlmt exccrion.. It was this principle befo? e the commission ltd reported ; and if not by I Ijf reporisolie approach foreign troops Lord J. ;
de Tracy, Lefitte, de Cl.aboulon, deSade. Uuver-I which filled him [Sir Graham] with alarm; why except 1 fur party purposes is this resolution : had enlirclr.- -'eased, sre contradictioiii: ha\e arrived Rusjcl! havingeplicd; the gallery

I. mer, de Bauranue, Sapey, Madier, de Montjau, the declaration that if it we not made thus general moved no'v? I from ali uar-ers *o the said 1110\ clients having was then cleared for a division, when ther

Moreau (de t la Metirlhe) Castellier! and Vitit. I' it would l he a bar to ullrior! principles-with I The debate; was again adjourned.STILL j taken pac! X appeared a

Against thy Bill-The Duke de Fit7JamesMcssrs. regard to which ulterior prieiples we were left in LATER FROM EITROPK.We t OR tAXY. For the resolution, 3S2 1
JLacro Salvr rte Auguis Desabes Glaiss-Bizoin I the dark, and which were not the less alarming md-btcd The Gel Ual1 Courr of the 11th, under date Mun 239
are to Capl uabman. '11 the ship ich 13th ijrtst Against it, t
Bignon-Clraramaule, Isambert: Mauguin de La- because we were in the dale respecting them." St. Andn-w, and to D. Gedney, a jiassenger on i hoard ; had broken out sta-csiat in Gr.ee. a rile whole insurrection of :lesscneI -
boutie, Du abe, and errj"er.Ve do not perceive After replying at lengthind in detail to the various for Cor* paper to tIC: cveni .g of April ;.h, c'ntain- was in revolt. The the 33
sent a.ains; insur-
'; ) in this list any of the leading men of the arguments of the prcedingspeaker, he concluded I ing L'.ndo.i d'ttes: to the e'cnll of the Itn. The St. I: g'-nts had rti many insnces-oops been obliged to capitu- Majority against n-misters, If.

Constitutional I opposition those inscribed as p'crl- by repeating his diernunution to resist the Andrew lef Liven-ool on Hie: SOth March, and Coikon -. late with Shem. Th object of iiie reb- Is was to Great exertions sro in progiessotit of doors f

ged against the measure, being chiefly, if not exclusively appropriation of Uhurchunds to any other than the April -A. 1' J. un. CO ,I.Thce compel ther Kins' to aine he reins of Goventment to prevent the retirement cf,!Sir R; Peel froro:
bring intelligence ot defeatof
papt-rs a signal
Carlists. Ecclesiastical: purposes. I and appoint a liberal Ministry office addresses he Kinjand Ministers
the British MiniStry, on the questic n of ihe Irish by to to : \
t: GREAT BRITAIN. Lord Howick sunuorl:! the resolution. HP Church. On the 31st of March} Lord John! Russell i\IRKE rs. deprecating the ,ition in which the
-- I.
maintained that it tllt. OOL COTN MARKET, April 5.-
The momentous discussion on the Irish Church was bsoluteiy brought fur\vard a motion that the House go into Ve have rn1)a jubilate demand for Cotton since Church of unhand is placed by tho late resolution i
there should be a changedsystem; for, as things committee, consider ihe of
question was commenced in the House of Commons propriety app\pria.ng our laSt, tud without lange m j>rice1?, the extreme in tho Houao of Conmons, and setting h
the Church of Ireland chuicti : thai
now were,
on the SOth of March. I. rd John Russell roperty was any property: may of last week for Antrican cannot be so readily! obtained forth the such men a3 1:
of nhica'ion in
neither useful to-the Protetants nor to the Catho purpos Ireland, wthon: reference lo importance hairing
opened the debae and himself with this ; long stae is selling at full rates
acquitted ability. distinctions. This very ; bead
lics. Except the of religious mo was warmly his mnjest 's mi listers at the ;
questio opposed
appropriation were the Sea Is.and > present
off with
: The i following abstract of the first night'sdebate ibe ministerial aucon to-day went spirit
by and the discussion
L is from the Morning Herald:- conceded, what were thc tu do? Were they seriously thereon continued f party o'clock on the of at ]d to Id per Ib adince, and the Demeiara. at high of affitirs.-Hcrald. 1

E Lord John Russell commenced his speech; by to determine on denslating conflicts?.-for April :'Jrd, when the unli question was taken and morning decidedas pnee-i. Sj ec'ia! 'orsiave taken 1000 merican, 100 Death of Prince .-111ttW till of Portugal. 1
he viewed the present asthe serious Sarat, and 50 Bahia and c.xporlcr3900 Surat and whchwe
commencement ,
ij nlluding to the importance of the follows: The English ;ofmhi6th April !
great subject, :3oO Ameiican. papers
of conflict if the Thre were forwarded in the
moion were resisted. He Fur the m"tion 32-2 country -
and the in.iditjuacy of his own powers to do it last month( unsoli ? oOO American 300 Bahia have just received, cetitain the foUuwlDg t
called the House, ad particularly Sir ,
upon upon Against, i a'J r
justice; but he trusted to the simplicity of the resolution R. Peel, not to let the maient for concession and :200 Surat. Thtirnport is 2G,7o'J; bags, and the important intelligence:
fur SlICCCS. His Lordship then reminded pass. sale* are l'! io; bags 2:0 Sea Island 19d f
: viz. to i2s >
He doubled n,)t that tin motion would have the Majority ag linst Ministers, 33 4d Prince Augustus Chaihs Euffene apoIcf
the House of Mr. O'ConnelPs -:o Stained do 9d : {
motion for in i a ltd-3,880 Bowed 9d to lid
an The
t support of a majority be he hoped that it would Tory paper <-omnain! bitterly of this result -3.650 New Orleans lid Alabama on de Leuchteiiburg: consort of the ,
quiry into the nature and consequences of the The Cork Evening Herald "we to -1.-190 &:
Union with Ireland, as a preliminary step to its re- he a commanding' majori'/-such a one as would fess our regret at the unfortunate ays, success candidly of Lord con 9d to I':a-160 Perna 13d: to lid-7"-0 Bahia 1dto Portugal, died suddenly o 1 the 28th March. f
speak decidedly to the Gorernment. He did not I3d-3lft Maranhia lid to 1 Id-70 Barbadoes The of Beauharnoi-1 fell under }
: peal. He reminded the House, also, of the amend John Russell's motion, though we do not foresee exactly son Eugene .

k ment to that motion, pledging Parliament to maintain given want to any supplant vote with the suchview.Aduinistration But; this he had motionhe not others.all" those consequences which appear so plain to 80 lOd Sea-and Island'Jld f530 Smat to,2s ito<.cL, and 8d per 210 lb.Demerara By auction lid an attack of quiusey, mat the "igoU.rorl WhiC ;:

the union between both countries, but on an to ICd. -five days before, the and agilityhe i
be grace
must support, theoJlscquences\ what they From the Sun.
understanding that it should redress the young t
grievances Sir Robert PARIS Fryray displayed when accon.panying his'
r might. Peel is determmtd to maintain his post ( o'clockpri110..
of Ireland and all
from iheneoplr, remove ofthatcountry.just causes The Lords complaint The qw'stion was then Idjourned, on motion of until it is carried by assault, and then that he will RESIGNATIOIS Of TilE ENGLISH queen to a horse race, wee the subject ofgell :

Mr. Sergeant Lefroy. advise his Majesty to dissolve Parliament, is the pre- ClBI.VET. eral admiration.
concurre in this resolution, and the King, in his valent opinion in the city. Ofthunder
The debate was renevcd on the night of the Sir R. Peel This like a clap
event came
answer, sanctioned the different propositions of From the Times. was on Tuesday again left in a
which it consutcd. He therefore felt himself jus. 31st-being opened in stlport of the motion by Any one who will take the irouble to refer to the minority on the Jfesolition moved by Lord on the Portuguese nation who alreadY

lifted, on the faith of this solemn compact, in declaring Mr. Shcil. Of his spceclj'the London Times remarks "- debate will <>ee with what danger the country is threa John Russell for enbojying in the Tithe Bill : felt a sinceje attachment t: the young Fnn
the existence of a just cause complaint "the less that is sid about it, the better. tened. It is admitted that the funds of the Irish the appropriation I who had devoted his heart and Hits life to
un the part.ot the people of Ireland. The We copy from this jourul the following analysisof ) Church are to be reduced at present; that they are to pincijle recognized in the him for t'
present the debate:- I be furtheir reduced, if the number of Protestants decreases late motion on the Hsh Church, the numbers new country which had adopted
of.the Church Ireland
tale the meaning cf the address. came strictly within The only pJint of it woth noticing is that which) ; that they are to be augmented, if the number being in favor thtresoJution 285, against it months past.
Mr. Sheil have hnsidered of Protestants receives addition This, as Sir 258 A of the reft to give CedeDceto
After for seems to $ a sufficient reply -majority aganst Ministers, 27. The part people se
dwelling some and with much R. Ptel truly observed, adds to religious see:
force upon this point, lie ridiculed the timidity of to an argument Baronet of SiiJames wl Graham. That texnptaiu of pecuniary interest, and gives dissenionthe to the Right Hon. Gentleman had declared in the so sudden a death, and nany persons

those over anxious friends of the Establishment, right hone it be recollected had replied Catholics, who, ii is boasted, are the overwhelming course of a most ate speech, in opposition to to give faith to suspicions poison 16

who denied that the Legislature had power to remedy to the fallacy the found upon of a question from majority, a snong interest in getting rid of the Pro- the motion, that he 6uld not consent to retain The Queen i is sincerely .pitied, who l

such a gi re va nee. lie contended that the I Paley respecting pro 'ety making the cs testant population. office if it were carted and years of finds herself the widow ofa
tablished religion the rclig>n of the niajoiity Sir Frum the London Courier. consequently on i i1.
power was in their hands. On looking to the .James Graham had said tit he admitted all Paley Sir Robert Peel distinctly stated at the close of his Wednesday aftern n he placed the .resigna-I whom she had selected is her hnsbandi. 0

moral aud physical condition of Ireland, which had advanced, but claimed! hat the majority should speech, that if the resolution were carried, he couldnot tion of tho Ministrjin the hands of King. spite of the difficulties tlrown in the waY
was one ofgreat wretchedness, he appealed to the be the of the emjke tIc undertake its enforcement, and that it would be I This I her union foreign court .
majority not : majority ofa I was not posit ely known (as will be seen by
House whether that condition was a proof that impossible for him to remain in his situation.He mat
the Established Church had answered its purposes. part of the empire. Ir. Sheil said-"apply can scarcely delay his resignation present longer than by our extracts) win; the evening papers went Portugal is still quiet, b Jt this event Th

His Lordship stated the revenue of the this doctrine to Scotland" kit, nd you will establish I Monday, lAprilG, when we have no doubt that his to press, but Secdd Editions have reachedus sow the seeds of internal dlssens.1ons..u .'

Church of Ireland at 800,0001, and asked whether the episcopacy there. Mr Sheil found it Majesty will empower Viscount Melbourne to forma confirming the iportant fact of the retire. dignity commander-in-c lief, which
convenient to forget that fie of the fundamental new Lists of the members of Leucbtenou s.
a large sum could be in where A'lministraton. ment of the MinisUs been conferred on the Duke de
necessary a country which we
articles of the Scottish I lion i is, that a certain such an Administrion are already handing about yesterday (exclusively Terceira
the majority of the people Catholics? laid I has been to the Duk de
great were ) befoe given
form of church government shall prevail in that in the higher circles. In the present state of our
Here be entered into various statements .and cal I, part of the empire they cannot be entitled to much credit, but thing, The Duke of VVWington, on the meeting is very popular among tho military. dol
culations, tending to show the great disproportion nonce that the arrangements are of ihe House LISBON March 29. I 1t"orthe *
This takes Scotland out r'Paley'srule. INhere foUowm. mal; of Lois ia the evening, announced j mjust 'n
fcetxvccn the endowments of the Church of Ire. I. Of course would retain tie new
Jand and the number ot its professors-800,000/, be no such agreement in tIe articles of the Irish post of leader in the House of Commons. But it is :, that his) Grace tjth the rest of his Colleagues death of Prince Augus tus consternateHe The .
Union, then the majorityind minority, so far as that he bad tender confirmed; all is horror :ind
.: arid not a ninth of the population. His Lordship I not supposed will be Chancellor of ihe Ex- their resignations, and 'lh'
next adverted to the tithe system which had : regards Paley's rule, shbulrbe calculated with ic- i chequer. That post will probably be reserved for only held. their offic. until the appointmentof had been indisposed fo- some days 1

brought the Clergy and the people into collision, .. ference to the inhabitants a England and Ireland, Mr. Spring Rice.LONDON their successors iln the House of Commons sore throat. It is said ho .lied 01*qUlnse *
B Sir James Graham 3.The first blow *111. 1
alone. ,
of Ireland the
not Apri at Irish *
I Instanced the resistance, which was too strong clearly pointed out the arttle of the Irish Union Church is s and the Monarchy has felt the Sir ;-R. Peel tok his seat 10 minutes before hear his body is dreadfully M present '

for the Executive to overcome, as a proof that an by which it was stipulate! that the Protestant stroke to the very heart's core. The Republican : 5 o' lcck, and vts received with cheers bers have thought be was j.oisoncd. ,0

important changngc was loudly called for lie church shall be the eutablMed. church of Ireland; Section of the COIIon has outvoted vbc Uonsiim- l from boiU aides ojtho House. Ho was every one thinks that'll is so. ami :



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J I scarce hold\ Theol&nd.cd \\ ashmgton ; .. .
\ can my pen. and Mr. L. haatcrmined : -
to wait the letters 'received this i for
d > morning from Paris by indictments or preserjtmnte for crimes cf
o'cbckl M.-Therc their issue and any I
I firr
2 arc further inuctions. For
at He still Liverpool
We should she
seems confident I not have been sorry if character : That upward J six months hou1dhate ,
rrrn'orts of a conspiracy discovered into that the Charcr of Deputies will could have waited until I 1& The barque KDFHRAT-, En"n
0119 the bill morning, as elapsed, and in ihis li'Jploacou..nty) violations
n! rank said I 1)assLibonI of indemnity, aftethe discussion BO master, will Mil '
and One officer et t high is to we think it probable the vote the indemnity 'm about 2 weeki--For
; very on of the law
place of sulficiera ipmen: to call fIr
U'here legal ,
next week. 1 I
passHge only, Mesars.
call ground to hope apply to
Unless they in some foreign bill he taken to-day.! We .
have not a I "
that notici has z
Ptlson. it may. I I occurred in an mortem examination of doubt of the bill passing nsr that the will I
I to port majority charac
Jt'i men LATEST FROM er of our :laws, andjoftbe au'ary! and cor- : Captain on board at the Spanish Harbor.
Jj all the world will believe) him to EtLASD.F.W be a large one, say from 70 In 80 in our favor. ,I rect administration St. Marks I3ih May. 1331 [40-2w '
N ;
of lefleetin credi
& YORK. 8. The I t.'jenr ? on .
y May tket
1btbO Ship United The Erie will sailon the 16th inst. for New York : .
LI\'t been poisoned. I never saw such horror States, Capt. Holdredge, arrivi yesterday, hav- and the Albanyon the 24th." those upon them to whont tht duty devolves and For New York, '

11' .s JWe on every face. The city is in a inc sailed from Liverpool OR th'ltli April. By also of the improwd' morrj- --Ara ter and conditionof TOE fast sailing packet brig JUNO, 1.

asl state of excitement. The National I her tha editors of the New YorDailv Advertiser our citizens, which evrrysood man should regard S. L Jthrop. master will arrive at St.

r3t. t ,'n parties this morning, declare I that are pnt in possession of Livcrol pspere to the FLORIDIXI : I witn pride and pleasure. Marks on or Ix-forc the first of Jirie and i

.7,111 u&yS have a change in the ministry, whom ,! 11 ih, and London to the lOUApril inclusive. I I The Grand Jury: tai c th? cc:Hon to express', eir have freight immediate or despatch for the ;above |porf. Fot

: tJ accuse of beinfi Miguililes and openly I I, The dates are the same from Free as those received I '.L .W ZII I fail confidence in the ab hind inte-rrry of Ins Honor .prIyto passage, having superior KERR &nr'nmm'ot STURCiiS.'v.nsj: .

the Prince. The Cham- direct; consequently we lie no larer from I \TURDAV the Judee, of tin ( o4ai, d of hs: z.'alU5 attention Tarahasscp. May T5ih, 1S3.tOil
of poisoning I j I the MAY 23.I : _
,'CUSt' Continent. \Ve must wait arther arrival for I to the du'ifs 'ff Li. nerous and : ,
rot of Deputies was sitting yesterday, whilst I:; intelligence, respecting the all-inortant -- station. important NEW GOO D S -

Prince wasm; the agonies of death. 1 j II to u <, the American Indemnity E. question I'I i. Congressional i Election..-Ttie! f'lllowmjj i is' a cor- The Grand Icsveto: THE subscriber ha* just rrcvivcrt frn 'et ', ork
Jury )
I re' led stati'ment of the Klcctio'i far beg present as a grievance New OrKui. ,
\ Carvallo privately acquainted the mcm- There is apparently but oue testion that agii i1:1ll'S i Conppress.onal as the nn assortmen' ( .:FIItNS
ta ;-hr returns Lave !Ileen received since la.t.Several permission by softie wners of slaves in this GOODS.- \lso. Cognac B-andy. Apple Bran- ly. Jamaica
when both sides J Europe and our -
V haiti
;particularly that
!Cr '.h the circumt.ancc. is, County, to such slaves tohir. tU-mse'ves ont and. Rum, New c I, leans and New EnI\I1f'' '
the Counties Rum
condition and future i arc yet to be heard from ej'h'-r in ,
How, mmibtciial and oppositlonplcdg.oft [ | i arrangoent of the Eng j in as much as the with a few bags o'" firs: quality Rio Coffee. i .
I law
lish I whole in whu-h will isrontaiy [to an d"it trrchjt .
or '
Ministry. All is add about }hundred
doubt ,
; themselves to a man to stand. by the ;1 ananceriainty as to J i pan one is made the duty of the Count. TVa.surer I' sets arc invited beau and xnrnm' f.>i thcm!pre'. .
t to -
c tnre. The new Mmistryad hell Grand j fifty votes to Col. White's prosecute "L
not t present majority. X. FORMY DU"
Q I icen'* government. and support it to talC i pied!, the latest intelligenc lake from the i i' While. GadsJen. Wyatt.itltcll.. : the offender, they revues that this public in- I May 13th 1S._ j40tf AL. #

J'\StCX t rc nlltnrramst J bothLguelites} and 1 an- j Couit Circular i of'I the Out, win I may be con"i- Leon, IfiO --2I >25 71 I strucion from the body of )ihis>unty to that o/Tic-r/ i R.J S. OBI N >()> 9 't

Of &hult. the best spirt and 1 fulliM .I tiered Si.) fir as its information(( ecntls: as an offi- ,'Ijrflerson' 87 141 111 18 to enforce the law strictly la al cases, be entered on I D sional 1 sen,io-s to the respectfully I/II'n hj'ants IIffers hit prpt'$ .

:Jfidcnce mevailed and the fir-t effect this 1 j rialbol : I (.aZl'UC' of the I movements the 1 Court, inn Gad-dcII, 189 149 7G 5 the Minutes of this C.ounnd or ifu-d to that officer ajvl vicinity He has talt'n t'ir offit"'ot'posieltssr of Tall \t jsseo _-
i Ma'hsoii i ::5 :q t 38 'II !.
r.c. : >' event produced wa, to. cement :, trI us that, after Earl Gres return to his'private Hamilton: It 2 47 5 by' the Clerk. Dated him uf Air, A. D. lAA5. Kerr & Sturge<, uiirre fir may at all tiiiws te feund

:: the desirable union of all parties who II ; residence ycsterray( afuioon from hay: j JAM S GIBSON. F".reman I unless on profrss'.>iv"| binm.ss

firmly the sU-liU-st fear of distuibanrcs mi I ing an audience of Ins Majesty ; St. James, a '.. Mid. Florida .R'> 5500) ( 101 I certify the foregoing i j4 a tue copy from 'he original TaIIahn; f'.lt.I ] 'x.- ?"; 40fFKFS11

.J\eno. Lisbon and Oporlu may t be j mee ting was held at Ins Lordship lioisc, which Jackson, 243 08 57 13 furnished at th' reqit-st If the Grand Jury for GOUDx --4

'nrounres. dements t'all 1 I I was attended }by I the Marquis of Lnsdo'ueIS- Washington, C9. C 12 1 publication. May Tenn, H15 THE Mil-v:n-: .i-, jus. reivcd frnrn "f.,1 York
raid to contain the political <' j count Melbourne, Lou} John Ki-sell lord Holland Walton: 47 I 12 00 Test, if. B. HARRIS Clerk. Orl<". u.s. a supply; of Sprinj; and 5!

p ruffaj, and to giv tone io all 1 tho rest. The! and the flight Him. Edwai Elhct" The Franklin, 45 23 19 BlEscambia. -* IMR Go t's.' .Jsc ,1 f W !,...; i,' 1 1-. Family Flour do ummt'E'T1ti'k.

iniir l puifftd Horn ..Miguclitc. ingredients, I j meeting lIC'cupied". upvvanls of tw hours_ Its re- I 281 18 5 1 Bh1l whea; .thi.! riy '*, rkt R f in half bbls., irkerr!,

the Mitutiunal It Sill hL I uiu J' I hUt out the At P"nsacnla] Lard V',i'' -\1 kr.s, tu'i Pifo Bread', Gunpnvder
ud d. v-.ted to system. j jrg.'nonall iitinspire reportstaieuinai on he 51h irs:., PETER B. TArT k
West Florida t f.93 J 16 104 % ea >'OK Siuar :
:. of Lansdowne \ tHavn;'u, h ,' brow
aiquis has late of m Snnr
and should beet sclectfd the LOR A4gusu. I
the as Geo. tcMrs.
'tioug places, any j Columbia, C S 91 31 INDIANA C. T. Lcnvir, ':- (l.'mprK' I
P-mdns Soda
vretcbed adherents oi'tne z usi per unUcan: attempt )cr sun on whom is to devolve lIlt difficu.t task oflirl1lill : A achua, 10 1 5 58 22 RICHARDS, daughter M the n\e Major Abraham Or. : a.Hi x 14
; 1 ,
:! nni it her Cabinet
ai to
i At tin? instance it is impossible to predict rat Pin-Mi I ; 103) 2 00-21 -__j \ ri > t 1 > r tO- ;" IV
.iinokm;dum, h ,wc\cr ictnote they will be will! take: place-we have therefor* given large I John's, 17S 5 R -r> -!(In this place ov '1 *ftda.y-lyih- -inst- --. Mrs. M. MA!TER. El'
'.,'-m.'diatd (iiilItd. tr.i cts from the London .)ournals,that our c'M unrue, 57 14 00 I ANN R RUSSELL aped *bout'0 years, formerly of I NOTICE.

'i'lit-Tiimv 1 : wa- taken lil;j m Monday, the day j may I form treir11 opinion.; N Jcwhrrn, Nortii Carolina; Dr'l'fNG my absence from the Territoiy this

.;.-r tu- rH't'"llb a M filing in the thioat. anti i 1 1 It I i is \\ell known that the Minisry resigned, on last 1 Florida: 5'9 31 157 9'Aid. :; --- I I i I ,; 1 ,', I have appointed R, J. Hack cy my
j :::ECflt. iri! whom I have left
... .aiuinaninwnw.\ .J : i (loeciies ";t'rt immediately I i their defeat on the Irish Church ""eslion. The Florida, 485 !550 500 104 I MARINE LIST J.
: c t Florida, G83 llfi 101 9G B. Bl'LL.
l tinC nrt liircuiar never oiirc alluded causes and explanations: 1 found in ai : '
:1 i' 'iueJ: .it \ can only >e the -- 1 :1 i 1'tc'. "May )15 1615. 40:11 \
: '"iJ.; < n)>iti''u till: on Wednesday, and i up totlnui s; ecch of Sir Rolierl} Peel h) the House on thatoccasion. Total, 171900 761 -% .:

otSiiS death their rl' test Kcnesy was obU As I lie leading people wil! look will I''* PORT OF *T.ARK_ : *. LL J"\T/S1'R.1TOR'S JV'O 77C .
person.hnvin claims
'ved S'tliJlC) hl1l'!t'1.1I1"'lI1g JSOI1l'lI. (1''at anxiety for( this document have been -- -- I ? against the 'na' pf .
l I, 1 at We were misinfonni.-! ato Col Nutti11's having ARRIVED, 1 Captain John Hills, di cC ii At; .dhll1J Mate I Ithn Ihr.ihiniI.KII I extra: pains It) lay it l be1ire ruder T rrquisfedtovvs
i I
r\IIII: r'In! ; our n theiu
[ : authenticated
t JC'T for -avannai! Ho is now .n this city. May J8ti I shr Sylph, K.IMfrom Brdtimorr" xvitl J duly : wthiu the tine prc.-
iiih,: !1t"n"t'J1t Cairo where fH's \\ t'tI 10 The Cotton Market; has airain advanced. m mdz to Hay\\ood & Ausiir' .,itt, sundries. | .rribi d !hy IanThose; indebted to the estate, are re

.f u t |h'1.I' :,"'r. wl. > has IIJIlIt'lllli:1l: Liruleii- Fr' m iht .\1I.rn.llf Ilctilii.Lo.vnox C.4RLt quested to mil\- imn\.lialf' piyment.

:.', (;'',itT.i 1 t'i; tho (titvt'rnnient of Kjjypj i ill ca"t1 1 April 10.-:.'tning has transpired j t; 7'wir F.f?ifar ./ Ihr n ri 7W : I May 15, s"hr. Lucinda, W -:rvtIt: fur New York, [tI ( 'JONATHAN. ROIJINSON, A'lm'r. (It.

::t.t! i.ci'o il-4-taM-. I He in.iy; tht-refoit;) hence- here to-day wnh regard to our jolitical} i fia irs inaddition Sjn-I \vas :,.uch pirasrj: \* observe, a few !; with | 43 bales coiten. t I IJIMh Oa'co> ( May 13th.- |M3L> 40-8

: v\ :ju !'i t'oi.AivJiTtii as co-rr:oiii. I to that already known, beyond I the fact It\vet-ls since, a pirigragh; in jour editoiic I column, sr..hr.Vt. hlJ'J"I\! 5' .im to. NVw ')ri! I i .\lMtN-i'FAT.E'S :ALE_ -

\ : u'/.xfi.un: Cairo ufl.ltl'1tlh Fcb nnnounct' that; Earl Grey had l been with his Mn.esly, for iiitnriating: the probability! Anu'.tunl: Swiery I I I I _:: k- I' A PUBLIC.! a n of thf IVrs' nal Property Monrift -

.t fI; ''Irtlf :\l".aud
.\i, \It\\'I'IP: I .111l11'iia: : i ax an almost! un- position of the crown and the numtry. An impression have '' ... on Satur.
I anxious'y awai ed ynn further developtraentof Bubscn'-t-r .i';! : 'u.Ts-, f.r N-w I)I 'day tli I IIihTi.Iy I tint. ; mon; the effects
I which.
C(.Ilh.d: : "I".i1"Iturt' iu Hi-'Tiiiin.| ; tint: man.01) .' 1 l : has prevailed that a codiion Auniui>tration about lil; 0 I-L "fft .
tins t'
1 i. < : d
I contemplated as.()( ,iti''n.'i I L o n ai-.i: \\ ill I !{c- t' ii'-li I j I > r nr an t I"-yant Barowchc anl Har
I :,\lIl1j1r pi ,"p.e in the! ttivn.nii. 1'irflv'iijont.. ) vnl he the result ; there is, Imvcve, nothing) }I Thoie can I lie no in erreur planurij anrt iMiged: I 0 thO I'. hiv''e'. ft' ut' alimns' rosi-'tl. II j !in .s, .inn -\. ialNolilc H'>res, si:)mr hall som ? Fur

I .: : ,\'t't'' at t iii.il 11 11 t an.! liTi jlitOtl i l a v's"d 1 J.i Lt'\. .JliJ mcic conjecture for liuCT ; ny other !j!I larracrs bcucu-ial: I among' i I, the same if perf'ell! c. ,nnj 1 )hi'tis t t 1"1::iii a'tyer ., |i 'i iiituif, und .1 I v. !.i.i1! 'e Pi$ixpnof Iron Safe
so and
: .: .JL.d I.) .fla4CZ1. 'Tliev atuouut U) about s..!(:iicfl1s wnich have been crculatf-d! The mutually unprov:, ib the !1 j j'I phvsiciaus aiuttL: -. s. l'n, : !ic.-. ui'i' ..r till..j u 111"1 .It '\ ..THA\ R1)hiINSNAtni'r.

-.,'I...' v deepest interest i-j. however, peirrally taken ill I I inter oursc cf xper.encc and in no agncu.IturalcOlnmultltv j i i iL-Kite } I I es. i ''\ M. WiL-'i )." t!i -(-"nrr-h- -- '-P_nv_I.' ,1 -3;. 40 "\\ '.

ilAMr..Tj; : April -- ..l.t'1.I! r. t l2 1 Inlrs I I "uls:1ta i me ;jii-1.:' 'al aspects of the county and that: feel : can s>u h I tXl.ltIO1lS aiid cvinpansons I I ::1ay-23.. Urf L_ _ :-\ OTI.E.1 -.

'.: IJt'l jUi* a 1 t\/; !; i-! t'f.i. .Mohiir. J l.'i'J ;i I l.;>.)f S9! IIII$ rjtinot lie. expected to xuddi until the future be more neededhan in out own. The mass of our 1 .l.'l:! gDI fJjJ -w TKr'< l" thesiihserjbcr.

'Tuiiu'ssi 1'1 .{!: -131 (;t.tII IJ. 1 a ] 4c; ;i.i;;) t j.t\'flIIIWUI is rs
.. ,: )br.Jllhltn; :: 1-.t-ll/lJ;: I;; 1 1 tli: ,... j is o. .Ti"uy! interrupted by this dWgl\ the sooner: noran i of its capabilities aud the d-ta.il> of practialhusbandry ; ;4 lily ''ijr ti i yiuj: ; my abv n ':. .\ !I. ---'- ; :;h w r:!ha crop and half crop in the

lrl; ',-J 4lI 1 I.tJlI.Itt:1.: 131 je; 1 J \Y.l/it'! i I the ainuigeinent can bt made utli salety to the : luC) lehed upn the tide of emigration '"trh'Tis inQtl. to 111" will!: f fIt'I"! -.-.' in the left-branded H f c is a 1
;ru:: 1 9 rJg-IUI: : : : 14ffJOl'; 1.5'J) lit rgi., 1.101- 1ll:iittiUoii5 of this eonntry ihelrttor.perulation alii I Ian I ispecu a i. -fl '0 l'dtt'm the'r pcuni.'ry' risque, make paymcnr io him, 'lId.tIlto whotu 1 .
\t 'd), '' 1'1 (11'101'! n Inn I' I ""I' u -.lit m I :i.P 'hiy
+ -
t 2 > ) VMIlit ri
.1. r has comparutirtf been but little and upon th richness I th.' land and fer:ii mtv cf the ear, ar.d an tippet slope
I _'lay 234.i3 ;. tJ-i; P'L (-A': ; T ,;!( II I-" r b't in il.e I.!!,-brantl W
N J.n h I'T l on tht riir'.i'
illtlu\'l'l.tlla. passing event.jndeed, the resu't' r climate .o insure their croj-s .-the suers wh-r} l lii : A T hip -

I. ':LIU'OOL CUT1'O: -l\r.kK.T: Ap.ilYt'1 ( ba s been altogether anlieipatedj attended their c '.ertions, .if! once evinces' ihe ineiii- [ D i I ..tji '.:> i /sfin-; $ ; ''I I in- For, i.orv. L '. h ; I IRrad :!-.10"'I' .:11; ii.r>'i ri tii1fi I' "\"-jopc-d sliouI-Frr.d..wn.! His colour i is black... .

: .l oidI tIbralt') daiuiiil lor Cotttin .' HOr.SK OF LOUDJ I i i. 7iiy auilioii5, $ nard: a.f-r'i; v .
:11( j -April s. grncvhicu uircct d iheia. '\-1; have a populated: .. 'g'; i \\ !I 1 Vii 11f! : ,11\ ftcers belong to
C ,' j "'. ,;:.\\.iiiutjt chatiiif) ;u \Iil'' ,' the ('X I Dissolution of the ."listry.A ul'.rict solely tUvoied! to agricultural) I fa. i. :j DAN'L. g l : i> '. ..tts. LIly t't (. ,, "rl .ike 'h"01 arc rcqK It'Sttd .
anli : 0 3way
Spanish Pid -
'I',.. o: ,:-is i ; twir Aintnc.'iiH''Uinot: \t 1 bo ho rca j J 11"1 :jiaiise tiiued, durij! : which the Earl i fur ihe most part, Our farmers arc pur..ult"of wealth -, 1 1th Mf !V> >5. 41-- t{, 1" ;, ; '. AS- ILLY. LI\c Bradtrd.'tit .

C j'., .!.T/jL'ii tin--; : l->ii.y rt Iallt'. : i.sullni at very lui!i uf 1 Shal'ishury! left the House ad then returned I ) men VALUAULH FO\\MOT '( /: $ \i.E i %- tith t l-3 .1Of:

"., -: !.' sij 1..1.1 I :Ill at a tlillI; to-dav wci.t ijTil(I t i had a ro'mmunicatllln'ItUlie Duk of \\d.1 all hiah chaal'terOur: liinale is favorable to the LOT Xo. 1-24 "n f'e c---.r: of McC 'I' y .:>.. :\Iuu- j| -
I I l-2il Kl) n1vaiirc I productions: ( of almost every staple of N'in hern and L -rs. will XOTICE I -
;;'ii : al to peril L. : (, anil tlic i Imgtoi\ : and other members of t.e ( o.crumcnt.IIIt'II ne s..t Audi"s- \r.ut: >v ,
Ii'-iuTjrj' ; Southern ctiltu.c and soil the 23d inst. Terms r infi! ond- i .n if ,: <*inr-n ofL! > Town of Q.r.inev d thep'i.jii
;n .iirli prici'i, Sjct| 'ill.it'irs have ti: en Al th, our peculiarly remarkable wi d!: !1
r',)., .'tnt'r" :.in, l<"h)Sural. a'lul >!.0 B.ihunii'i j I'ne Duke I II I and mJcrcstiug: fiom its diversity character is: By the Tntsltti t.ji PresbyttriT' C..hunk. tr.tt; the LO IS bclonjrm; tr the :rnntv -
ex j Wellington I Ii I ; ;4 of (;i.tb""I! ill
I Dse and said, My May 21st l lc'35. 41-1. \\ t. sold on the I5Ui day of June
''ur> 9i'i i) Minn; and Sjli / inencan. TIMTO ) boti! easy cultivation and its \; MnMiout .
Lordcircumstances !having ndnced his great in fecundity. --- 'a' "qto. ih highest hi ider. with
j Majesty I a !tredi
1 "'''-: ilrwire; ;into tie! c.Mintry last ni.uith! tinf '! \ (J -vtinuivni io CIISldcr their/ duty to tender So blc.ss.ed, ran \rvnnf reas ns, or the requisite! HAUDV\RK. t- t.I: b. C""' .j i v* of January next. B',nd ard L

\) i..t.tCt; ,VijicMiiviu.: Mil: I.i tna. anJ Jt'li 1 Sur:1t.f.rra' :. I tlieir signa'ion' of t thciroflcc-Hl'ar-be[ !] p I for the successful! formation of an association d-vo- 1LLFOfl1) '.Vind&f'l.tss{ r.1 m.: :s. p ,te-. i ;i -L-vttl, Sfti.' "v vil; ;,f' rt-qniie'l ape (

( .ljllldL'i't' I->;T Un .:v. 1' Cn,, .Jdreuiisr) I I{ liave tendered them, and I lire thcrclore; to an I ted to apnVuliund advancement 1 Where all have IyI_ Knob L..ekpatcrBtxd) T.U---. "It',1oi-.u} h \\.f B. McP A LI., )
, i I, Bolt, [plated Braces, 4MJV colrtaF.I .. i Ml; 1 lSV''ELL, < C mimis; si
'P.IhllIciJ to : nets
: u.! } noimce your Lordships they continue to been pioneers, much variety of knoJrrfg'aluabc: : r-1 4
; *Jt:i tie Chamtj: of! !" hold I \h" patent Blind Fai.ters< hras i % ':' U:' |f JA 'ThIl-N. \
Di-j r-
J utiL" tm S.'turola.hS1. 1: t i them only until their SIlf. SUrs shall be alike to the naturalistto ihr ch- mist "r"; t '.
ap- to the c:1pi- SnpllV Serf -.1.' N'-R''O
w ( D
Augurs, Bits. -1 1ti'c T'
; ;:-.' n'jNrt; : esu-cr.
tu'(; P hat the tahst ; -.
must been n !
i t necessary I acquired-and can we have a :, Chisels, Screw and SlbMoitic'; /' '-. ti'1 : i i jvfv/jfi ;
iAnu'.can cUiin of twentv five milliuus. o51 I hll illes of the country may wt be impeded hetter oui-lei for tlus 4. Co's fine Shin -
!{ multifarious ImalJatcliJ, iror. 1) --X iki FUS"s-7LK
: -
:ranc: *, 0:11110: 5hc the 'Hear hear I experience, than .1 { -CHE.ll' FOR IMfih7
tij ib or.er ol day. [ ]- should] have nnounced this S.i\s-Setts ke -
Sha\ .
'I\J. Duninii I bej I j I the annual publications of an Aericnlturtl 7 : Sp' ('s,,- f and 'w :' i"-i ) p ; :"tI'! -s-i'c' ,. : .(.' JKIS
Society' r-.Cwivtd
f.om New
re.i.l! jusi
the report; (tlioisgh not al 1'uijui )1C, but that it was dcsirableif! the Mutiny Bill Squares, "Amencalt" P0hiShocket C 1.1 -
i '
We all have >ntfv 1, Yt r.1 iiul N'-.v I '
& r':
,\ winch: WIN very liinutious! should\ l IK from our O\\'Il me h"ds of rfan n", and all 1 Juck und Jointer "- ins, -,
) ) onJ paiucuiraihl ; I- I brought up Ie other House of be r i Planes ill person t-si I Ji' .:.:\ ( 'a-i 11in. .J N.OrIons
; mi ,!luc-i-l lull Parliament! I may as variously pr'Elrruvc-Ve }haVe all .dirferent i: with the s-jn!rSrif1 Flvjr,
4 a jirovi.hiig il;'r 1 the piy- that it should be ?ad a first lillle.I .- ness subscriber, vrplease mil !le i Li.1ayl3. 0 d and S hnf! bjs! N'o. I and
t'llt 01 the 1JhUll'He nruJe: some reiuaiks i in !' I I Hear !]J-I tlteref waited bee whether it was systems Of micrnnl police ; r>nd in a society : : 51-3w ? GEO. L- '. \. t 10 cV Nv ()Jrl ans Rum, .Mark rcl!, '9

:,';.'f .: !!ts ahie1u.; ; aId utt 1) \ltC impurl/ICe elf br.mgiit uj>, that I might movete first reading.of !hk'' ours, 'us surely a \'is-frl.* that s.-nie !interchange NOT::: E. --- I i :> .1, M is Pork is. .

':. :, ;.: a :/'wIIJII.I ) inkc iur' :e with the emalc" ::I he bill. We shall continue, 'l le we hold our of regulations shou'd be agreed, on. Gentlemen i X: weiks after date, ailicat'onili! i made I i 7,00-J i ii'S; Hicou assorted Ilar s, Shoulders and 1
ie to
t : Ihlht. HS 1 ill' "i I t1ZSU t r''p1sil tiis 1 n oifices, to carry forward such tatters as the complain of depredations and Ilig.Jlt- .ralk 1Jg ; can i i: the Honorable the Co\.y Court, for 'he O.n Middlincs 't'tI.

,f f'rea.kJI'\' Mfija.!f, which the Joinmiittx- I e ; cecity of the public} bu inesi may require.I nC-1 I he checked without someunanimity of Action 1- I ol Leon, for Letters rf Adinislra ion on the cst.it/:t- 15 H kegs Leaf rcJ,

MIt',11'o. t.a'it.y: l lll't'li ihsnvowcd by ("I\rc s. I I [I IIiarfl_ 'Tis not. }however. -advantages v.-hnh '..mIJ :1- of James WilliaiTbdecease .. hags,._ T.havana. ...! C"Cfrcen.,_ Coffee
t'! uJ k-.J ttcit: Fr.incf w.iul.l rd'tistti> (threats I Lord imHigham, said there tuld] le no objecam Clue to our individual seies from the Agiinilmral--- -- :May 23: 185. 4-f.vv ANNE WILLIAM'S. I I 10,0)0" "firs''"C'and' '2'-'-' 'J'"'', -

"it: MUu .1- (j,';ii, .t.ti to ue.J; to He : whatever to that but I quality Spanish Segars
-l-o that/ : .Iutin.| ; nn.'it Islanding the Society as great as they wjud! un.l.mbtedly be, thatconsii'utes NOTCE. 12 boxes, I d.z. c:1ch.l"t Champai"'ne Ci fer.
'. it u-a* the intuition nftht/ iO.-nmitttC t-j :IIIhIUIIC'IUClJt'biclt the NuLL Dulw had just in judgment' its c.nlvitrgren1et d LL persons will take '.tire, that I ball herct.I '"- The ..ib.iiarticlft will! he sold very low in lets to
cm : ,
:: .1 v tunt tht: tjr, cation -rtht'/ hill should Lt :;11- t.idc. he should bring on his ter no dcbu suit 'nrfln, T'I-JPC
nJt: l mcon on Tuesday Jlis the benefit we would a 1 i aitic.pat: ai.d which pay contried in my name by any I T TS. wishing to purchase ai'f! of
;. < t.'tlil ti.ttijrmdid! dig- ily r f k'ra.ict Lad ii cXt ; as, so fjr as that was cucerncd, it was has been till ll withheld from OIK-, unless a ritten order 1 f t1 me, shal'-: >,,- produci I rllll"t il).vc HJ tides! arc ;invited to call and sret ?nod
:4zIi..11i! ( d.lh. us :--of L-iVins our 2r:i 1835. h
; quite immaterial who might be ilotIice.I in May 41-Sw J.Mi tJAVisJ.Expected birt'jins. BENJAMIN BYRD.

IV.JN j; ,itnvfil by M Borryf-r, who} said it was I It r said that the young l{uee Portugal was country its .wn produ. tivene.ss and enpnbili.ies per Somer. ;r0f11 Charleston !I M.i5!)lin.: 15th May, 1935. 40-5vr
i kno\vn abroad nnd -
"" ji-svjrv to ijfiiiuiul:; explanations) on ccitain. :left iu a fair way of giving an hr to the throne," just estimations: made of our BAGS Cofii:(:. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.

'I.//Jto. btii;'i-c diMui.sin.r the I till.ltV I t he a-kevl j! and that her h band's yonngt brother would Muds. T.m"ies oAeiitiinc- ter that: \ hi'14} tho }hand 1 qo 10 barrels ofttr, I SHALL aittciid at the following places a. the

l" iniicss 1.1 .vtns'y: the U. "tatt..,\\ bic! sinai j i natry her \\ill not coniboiate! -and i has been the tll-furtunt 4 1-8 casks Chanva'ue Brandy, times in-mentioned, to Assess the Term >rial
: I11.Jt'r the I'n-buK'jit'.s ol Florida that her J 0 Dutch Hetnrk an i County Taxes of Leon County: for 1835
itiMili? He Kpoke; se. LOMJO.V, April 9.-The shipvlontrcal! which reputation abroad b -th as regards kegs :
t"I' .I i'l :Mr.i Luinjr-iii's 'jinbibing-the! ) idea that i jyiiud la-,1 week fur New York carried out 140 health, fertility and morals, has bcrn dependent 2 barn-Is prime bnuli Ale and At the house of John Kendriek, on Monday the
: 1'\. c.ni! he I 2 tin rases Sardmts.TIi ith uf\1.wt 1835. .
| ('xt'rttfrlllll! : and created b\
the upon -the I
I1)tttigit steerage who 'UIISlt of eo' ol
passengers airriculturalj Mp travelling
** At the bouse of "Wm. Roberts
t. .*' Somerset will on Tuesday 19th
u' : (1i. .- return !
I tohireston
: '. immediate ,
( .1. t'lIl ire and few; gentlemen. should
c'orrcspI111lhuCt.; 103hl'dl j a a 1 mechanics and trlcsmen of small Why Alabama \vrh l lr lark --
I of iy. For May. .
freight !
!tl.rt.t I.d: nil t tl isv tt1.Io-i of C'llIgrcs, and of :| ell.itd: | : .t t1.11 t. .
; T iJJ,1 I t"'t.11 su: I1t'l fron 1t lri"'i the 1 and Ca imadi. The Caroline, in tl- London Dock, soil, hateo lectrically r"wn towardheisclf the ; :". 13'h, l'ns. 4ltfI .

"?. "''if c' ol i "!'t"nini: ? the saIl tiun of the Cham-: !; will sail l to J1orrtmwilla about JU passengers tide of emigratioii ? Pur--ly, because her capabrhl liz Gadsden At Parish's storp, Mickasooky, on Thursday Istlav. -
said Superior Conr \ Term i
it was -J\lay lbS5. \ -
nircv who -
iry to "rll1.. ait emigrating; to AIIiCFICU.FoIEuc t-* have ill
appeared !
j .U-i.tn i ill'il are known o-u bv OJM! Daniel ilird, Comp;. \
: ih.t I l'ranrl'.Iuld 11("f'riel.1! to I At the house of Benj. W. Cause, on Friday 22d
, ".iA by an adj ..trnuit-nt ol'the nt'discus I discnpaneies, but by wurten larV: Can we waft I I"s.. ::l.w.

In, and cllncJu"l.1llmakill ;> j 1 : SEws.-TIIl imitehligenc fn.mFrance OKI well diung wii.i be.ter i-men..e or iu Miler man- I Thomas! Prcsion: jr. | At the hone of John Blocker, on Saturday 23
1/:11/ Ct1&ei. a lormal demand 1 leaves l no doubt (if a speedy ,and tttisfactoiy!; ad ncr than through die proceeding* of an AgriculrtiralSociety \ Wm. 1). JOIM-S, I( : -.
d.' B 1 justment nf) all difficulties with thifcountry. The : 7? or shall we leav.iniei'Vied and Lutleberrj II. Jones, I Il CANCEHT.The At Magnolia, at Mr. Thomphon's Tavernon JIou-
"Tinpuke oplie, !MiuiMcrof Foreign Af- sketch of heirs of 1 Edward
debate given in I .
J j: Gahjuuni, which wecopy |Alabama with hei day 2.ithIay.
(, M M 1. acquired rate of $.0 r
: lierrycr. He acre ard ilr '.1. and the
said the from per Doyle, A
the Journal of St. Marks
ut-nrral message Commerc, however r at Tb'1s.IIarny's, on Tuesday !!6tU, ,
:! Jackson proves, -J j the idle and
stranger gaping traveller heirs ufWii.IIanibly.T .
was 3 more expression of an I just what was anticipated. The to pour- J t M .
.Xt {i.jtve' oiliccr, which he did not reir.ird in the in tlit- Freiich Chaniborti Opposition tray our lineaments, while we sit contentedly oivitipcrior appealing trt .tlP mtisfictio.i of the : iy.A Walker's, Shell-Point on Wednesday '57tt
have aid 'hold die
tIt:; ul!' a public < \ lands Court that} t'',t i). "'tuLints, Thomas .
act Tlie aet of the" IVesiJcnl!I !: -nsinjr, 01. 'iniaIy( rising ; t May :
speeches made the ret never I
J i al"l i bince by Oppositio''n. Congress, to I'f tnjr Wiv. I D. J'.> fi dunot reside this 1 t Da.niel1"Ra'e office in t ..
in vt Tallahassee .
In-come the act of the American Gi'flfliit Ii embarrass: the anl more than S10 |pcr acre ? ? } s on Friday .7- >. I
King's far ..
as as possible I Tcriiiory but n-iulr iu the Towi of Coltutibus I .
!i On 29thIay. ,
; the Gen.1
contrary, it !had been diaaj- to embroil the iinlhns/ti I bstill I will not, Mr Editor, a; present, longer 4 oJ'
\I\"tJ tit: and this lies. \\ e : trespass ; and the residence t>f tlio hems /Kdviani D >\ Ie ; 1 shall attend from 11 o'clock, A. 3!. until o'cock, ,- 'f,
.l act u!filie was a sufficient reparation for perceive Mr. Clayton's speed-nspe'ch made to( I rejoice 3t the prosprc. (i-itreme as it may lie) ol :and the heirs of Win. Harj br, is unknown: it isthicuifrt. r. M. en each of the aforesaid days. ft

'1? : U iiTa> President. He said that Mr.' Liv- I subserve the views of his UulliJing friends, in! ;i having an agricultuia! Society here organised, ai.d I II on motion of th? Omplainants Solicitor, I. JAMES BRYAN, Jr., Assess.>r. "

:'. tit' d having tlict tt'd the offensive Iane preventing a compliance wih th treaty-is re- j I I am confident we have more than sufficient of m fi- onleied that publication br ntdeagreeably to the Tallahassee, April 22, 1S35. 39td
: tht "resident, f for the ) of intimir ferred statute iu such case made aol rovnlcd and that said ---- -
,2tmg purpose j I to by those hostile to tie A erica II claims,,( j i rial for its success and continuaiice, if it does not, I NOTICE.TT .
ranee which! Mr. defendants and -Janswer
crr\"Cr had said make appear ple or demur, to
"O\'tJ by his] The was I to the impression ha I tile Vank history of like Bob Acies' valour ooze out a: the fingers. With the complainants bill filed Bi t is cause, on or before, TT abut the 23th of April last, betweei the .
correspondence. Duke
con the transactions given in the ?resi tnl's and other I 1 A store of Messrs. D. \V'V.. Home and
it'd tt4at' tlc of t Message, you, public spiri'ed citizen, lics.the result. the first day ot the next Tvrnof this Court, or the my
; sum
twenty-five{ millions was j and his recommendation ol! i-prisls in case oi ,, ions': at the Big Spring, in the of Jacfc)
li cl>nly shown 1 a L i.. In the meantime, to continue ihe attention of our same will be taken pro csnf&so.. County flOn,
to be due 10 the U. Stales, final refusal fulfil of Florida, a red morocco Pocket Book
to the
.td it 1:13'tIe trcty, fas intended as i planters to this subject now* that the i A true copy. ; Territory containing .
duty of the Chamber to enable j! an insult to France. This ev.'fy -lidy knows was ; engrossing canvass I Altcst1. I HARRIS Clerk. a small piece of gold, and between one and

.r\tr1mlt'nt.131 to fulfil its enga<;ementB-adding;, j disavowed in the Message ittelf; but it suits thepurposes ;s is concluded, I have taken the liberty (If Joa'ingtht'se M a y 23 Mm two hundred dollars in bills, one of twenty dollais on -
""Mops towards payrueiit- would t be taken 01'the hurried observation with you, with the re- the Union Bank some small bills on the Central I ankof )
enemies of
JOud! ; tae Governments; : NOT(l ; .
the that will Florida, the balance generally offive and ted .
the llar
interest nr dignity of France be ciimlused I to quest you subject to examination of any >
by the American Government. I- misrepresent every thing anij gender strife; I. practical larmer, the l. "Plan ALL persons having any.. dc.nds against the Es. bills on the Bank of Columbus, Georgia, a Note dated -
After between accompanying copy > a
I t e lurthtr two countries mutually ,erested in tile; j of Capt. Thos. -jWices: Seabrook, deed., in March or April, 13"3, for the sum of between seventy -
remarks tation Journal .
.** ; by some other Members, it i j preservation of peace, and the! m
tIt| agreed Pans to pu-jtponcthe di cusn.ii for S days. mcrcla111ltercolINf'____I _u ___ ___., ._ !. cee( tiirs-as a ri'fisu-r- r>f \rt-j.thcr anJ seasons-and mE'uts fit tlae--- same-- n__ to-_ thp._n_ -eT.r- ,- >j h.r-". nr-- to-- _J01U'nhtr, I.U _.___ Wm. S. \1OOiifl and \\ m. Robinson, and pa j ableto

1ay. I papers will give you the debate of Sat- Our private information horn rince is, that i as an authentic document the crops-expenses Cants Esq. Att'y. at Law, iwul D persons indebted to James Brown or bearer, on the'25th Decembr ot

teie.a1 have but sketched some of its points. the Packet which was to leave on It 16th of April and consumption of the estate-with many other requisite the said Lstate arc hereby rj-qifrt, to nmke payment the 1st of January thereafter, on* other Note the date

4SLflCL K looked to with interest. win bring with it the good tidings the items, which should be on a well regulated to the subscriber. JOHNA.15'1'IIBEII.1': not particularly recollected, signed by 4. B. B ack- *

writing the above, I have read a further the law providing for the indemrrv'. The passageof estate daily noted. iualifiod"Executor. well, for the sum of seventy five dollars and thirty :

Tt:6OudruC Ilada: ( (received via England per the liability is, that the great majority iicipated pro-will I have myselfbean accustomed to keep this Journal' May 2C 41-tf.. _ four cents, nnd payable one day after date to J. & W. ..
) W. & J.
cupit.'d into the Paris Dollarl- or Robinson not recollected which. There t
of be
papers to-day- diminished .
: by the iilscreet for and a reference fur
: ng COpies' of letters publication many years ; > a seasons, were also some accounts and some unimportant
received pi
'm Mr. LlVnKsUn since l by Mr. Forsyth of Mr. Livingston's corrf ndence by in guiding my yearly operations : I have found it RAN away from the Buhsdber on the 4th inst. i iI a therein not sufficiently recollected to describe the n.pert
:' sent to Congress Congross, to which the PrcsidelJ I negro fellow, hbot 31 or 32 old I, I
the President the vas bound to practically ,useful, with the hope that it may years The person who finds and returns to me the ate
on 6th February of Ittters prove tolerably likely, by the naoe ot Robbin about 5 feet
communicate it for its described
information Jut which the pocket book and its contents shall belibenil
1 J pawed between Count de Rigny and Mr. I Houses were by'no means bound wpublish to the I! so, to my esteemed fellow planters in Florida, and 8 or 10 inches high, has a S' *r 4 the calf of one of his rewarded. W.H. ROBIN& S". / i 3

tfb'Offston at Paris, on the receipt of the Presi- world. The however fulfilled serve as an acceptable first offering" to our Agri- legs occasioned by a burn, peks bad English, when May 29th 39-4
annual treaty, willf ; and cultural committee.I spoken to sharply he shows white of his
message, and of the notes tliere )e eyesmuch ICPThe Columbus Centinel
which pas is no doubt many will votff'ur( it who will give the 30ve
ttwetnMr. Serrurier and Mr. Forsyth French are remain Sir, your very obedient servant, plainer than on ordinary .ions, and has u advertisement three insertions and forward thei account .
at opposed to the
,Iunlton the Adminis tion, because way of pouting out his lips ;;t ill same time.
on recall of the former JARQ. MACRAE. to the subscriber for
10 n.Yt from his they date not take the responsibly with their It is likely he may go to Ehibll inLaurens County: payment. *

"PAEIS constituents of making a ruptur .iih this country Plantation Wascissa, 20th May, 1835. Gco., from thence to the StJ,Mtfys'. The above reward NOTICE. I tA

..,.M.r Livingston Tuesday morning, March 31. which the President's Mes e showy to be -- will be given for the dclivfy of the negro at my LL persons having claims against the estate of

recent is preparing to leave Paris. He inevitable, if justice is withheld. 'lobe. FOR TUE I'LORtDIAS. plantation in Baker County,'G... or twenty five dollars I- WILLIAM KINNARD, deceased, will present the

;t of f the advices from our government, the THE INDEMNITY BILL.-The rrespondent of The Grand Jury for Gadsden county, at May for his delivery in any Mfe ail in the state. Any same to the subscriber within the term limited by law. -

1 laviug 1st inst., by which he expects them the Journal of Commerce, und ate of Havre, Term, 1S35, before retiring to their homes, deem it information concerning tne'nrjo, will U thankfully or they will be barred; and all those indebted to said
arrived at Havre The received-direct to Concord E. CL Baker estata, will come forward and make
n accounts via April 1 The County.Geo immediately )ay.rnent. -
Ci'&Ud, aowcvcr says: Poland lia st gone out of proper to make this expression of their gratification
elww the VM. McDANIEL. YOUNG
etate gf
things at port, but will wait a ehort time the Roads for that at this Terra they Eavc found
not any necessity I May 13 416t A|>ri125 1835. 33-tf tdm'c of Wtn. KinAILld di,c'4,



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NOTICE. ALL persons indited to the estate of WILLIAM THE copartnership heretofore existing under the .IN THlOWN OF Q.Ul GY.AI To the Stock will of the East F Mida Hail Rotc
WATSON, lat of Jackson county, deceased, ofH.A.P1CRSON & Co. is this day dissolved panv, be Opened a the Central
week After date will be made to 'r subscriber respectfully Florida on the first Bani
application day of or
indebted the firm Miy
SIX are requested to makimmediate payment to the undersigned by mutual consent. All persons to : next Ilnd
the Hon. the Court for the County .Leon, for as indulgete cannot be given ; and those are requested to make immediate settlement of the I I infon the public,that he has again open- open for 30 days under the dire:tion oCornrn

Letters of Administration ou th' estate COURTNEY.ofS.T. Harrison having demands agaist said estate, are requested to same to II. A. Pierson, who il hereby duly authorized ed a )use of Public Entertainment in the appointed! by 1835.the act incorpora lug sail Company.
decea 3d. PHILIP. awenticated within settle tl, his usual attention to April ', 3-ttd
V present them duly the time pre I to c business of the same. uincond hopes by _
,.May 16th lJtt5.: 40-Gw scribed by law, or thy will be forever barred. HAVILAH A. PIERSON, business to rco'e a liberal share of public patron-- Book Bint

NOTICE.THE THOMAS M. WHITE, SILAS M. GIBBS. age. having l lily purchase from Mr. Jas. M. Harris ling. -

4' subscribers having administered on the es Administrator ex officio. Tallahassee, April 25, 1835. 37lf that lare a commodious House formerly occu- JNO. BALDWIN respectiall informs his1'r

of Joshua Crooro;kite of Leon county,dec'd, Marianna, 29th De 1834 (I21-6ml pied by.him, ai known as the Quincy Hotel, and d the public in eneri.1 that e has ,
all having claims against said estate, H. A. PIERSON having rrtakenis former stand *at the corner of Jefferson menced Book Bindinsrm thitcitv: in the -con-

request to present them persons properly authenticated within the NewBook Store. atid Adf3' streets, he will be prepared to ac- i occupied ly James S. Lynn EJ q. Ail order store for lIoW

time prescribed by law, otherwise they will be barred THE subscriber Is received and will open imme- commod.ate traders and families visiting the place, r books ins will be executed will neat less and d tth.bind.

by the statute ; and all persons indebted to said estate (next dor South of Mr. Maner's store) with private rtfis. re-bound to any pattern :required OU
will please make payment immediately. an assortment of BOIs and STATIONARY, and wouldbe His Siablese large, and will be attended by first !I Tallahassee, March 7th 3O..tf.

I. N. CilOOM, I I glad to supply hit friends and the community in rate OsUcrs; d as formerly, will be kept filled with persons interested, a h -_

25th March, 1S33 |133tfl j K. M. MOORE. general, with any artles in his line on the most reasonable 1 prorenttir. JM. NIXON. ALL subscriber has filed a c petition ere b Y notified tIt ,

terms. Althugh his assortmett is not yet Quil1ry, Fda, March 13, 1835. [:.12.3m Office of the County Court of Gadsden in thf" Clerk;

STAGE NOTICE. very gcneral.he expeff to make it so by shipments already Merchant Tailor divi-ion of the estate of Sherr >d COunty, rOT*
made, and Gib's to be made by the first vessels :NOTICE. drc'd .r.
via said !
The St. Marks of ind will '
county at
from the North. I tile nexterm' of Leon County Court, as ad- ; "he next July Term
said Court foi the 0
AT move .
Magnolia, will in future alter- He has also the CHstian Almanack: published expressly ininistrar on the Estate of George Dewey, I appoirtI'nefltof0. .

_,=, ___?_ ______o_______ imtc with the Ch&ttahoochce or for Florida calculated for the Mcrcdian of TALLAHASSEE, I FLORIDA. shall present nnccounts and vouchers for settlement. en the,claims to divide of the and apportion S: id estate areeabII
"Northern Stage:.Leave Tallahassee every other day Tallahassee, and cctaining local matter in relationto JOS. W. KLEIN. respective pe itioneig,
Bt 7 .. M. Arrive at St. MAI Its by 2,p. M. the Territory, wlch he otTers for sale cither by thegross January 31 25-6m I Allen R. Call, J R. I: jr. D A Vinso-
Returning, leaves St. Marks at 7, A. M. Arrives at dozen, or sinle copy. \ Ait'y for Pet tione.;
Tallahassee! by 2, P. M. Dcc. 13, 1 1R34. Itf JAS. S. LINN. : NOT C E. _-quinry.-- Inarch_21.1 835.-*: nL--)

Seats taken at the City Hotel, Tallahassee:Mr. ;: undernedvill apply, SIX weeks after the Fresh Gro .cries.
and the Post Office Magnolia. Cass Lime, the honorable Court of
Harvey's, St. Maiks, 1 00 herf, to County
Fare through, $2 50-30'bs.! of Baggage allowed to 100'undlesHay, Leon County r permission to sell Lots Nos. 195, The subscriber has just rsceived and offers

each Passenger, and when the Stacc is lull, no extra 50 boxe .emons, 196, 191;, and E, in the city of Tallahassee being 20 'Ihls. Irish P vatoc',
baggage can be carried. All baggage and parcels at 50 barrel Potatoes, part of the restate Antonio Lambert, drcd. to be 40 'l'i! s'lp'rine Flour

.. the risk of the .vners. 21 barrel:Onions, sold for Ili3 puiosc of satisfy ins the debts of the deed. 25 !VIXPS Chepse! ,
R. B. SIMMS e dozenflush ani common Chairs. R. B. nULL ) *
: 10 d S'-ov .
I T. Tlenin"j,
Expected daily >r brig '"Wallace from Boston, on LAMI1ET.A'lmrs.
April 2!!. 1835. 37tf | JOHN $ lOdo. S">crrr. Candles.
:: consignment and wil be soldlow for cash.
April 9 30 di. Soap,
: f 1Jje:: are authorise to announce The brig Wallace will return Height indispensable. 2 Mo-avian Piper,

OF.O. E. DENNIS, Esq. st candidate to represent Kf2 to Boston withoutdelay. For freight, apply 1. Round the chest under coat. I ; 20 kegs: Lard
Xeon County in the next Legislative Council. early. BETTON & EMORY. 2. Do.Vaist.. 10 do. freshen Butter.

March, 28_ _ 33-tf TallahasseeApiA-1,183.:. 34tf 3. From ba'k-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. I TOUC MIXTURE. 1500 1I. New Orleans! J l'RI", -,.,,
4. Round tl.p fhi.rli. i
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t RAIL ROAD NOTICE. -- < Ft.u4 su/ply of this valuable medicine is just With an assortment of oihe Groceries for !
JOSEPH LADD 5. Frointhebip-rilut to tho ancle. A re.rivc /I aliall hereafter have it constantly on I. the I lowest cash rires.. sa es*.
THIRD INSTALMENT ON By the above scale of
measurement, gentlemen at a GKORGK H. (
: order tlf the Board of Directors of the Talla HAS just rccciicd frjm New Orleans and New distance may be enabled to forward their measures hand.Jr : I Tallahassee 31st. LINDEXBERGEH
:BY: Rail Road Crmpany, the Stockholder to a encL.tl assortment of GOODS usually which will etf"et wit Ii promo iitcntion.II is RnA -rED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL January H35. 25 if
: *said Company are henbv imformcd, that One Dollar called: for at this sraon. He has the XEMf.DT tOR Fe'ER AND AoUE, IF TAKES' AGREEABLE I N. B. ThesubsTibt-rrfturrsli's sincere ackrca.
be said Stock at N Ytk and N Orleans Flour r I TO THE p'jRECTiiNS. Reports having been circulated edfrementsforthe very ezteriive
It on each Share is required paid on Best or ; 1 patroaao.ereceivd h. *
the Territorial Treasurer's Office Monday the 25th A. PIEKbON would hereby respectfully ir that this iixtun contains arsenic, I am directed by I and pledges hi rs-lft! at noJungonbani?

of next. Bv order of the R.tard of Dire?tor*. Goshen Buttr, Western Hams; form those of his former patrons, and thepu- the Pi opfietor t> say that these reports are utta iy false I shall be wanting to please the j'cople in "creral 't
Jar. Mav CHARLES AUSTIN, Sec'ry. Mess and prim Pork, lie generally that re will continue the Tailoring Btfi- -and I qm alsr authorised to offer a Reward of 10-, GilL

I Eastern Potatcs, Onions and Cheese ness on his own account, in all its various branches at i 000, Dullars/ tony one who will prove the existenceof
day of April 1S35. 35tJ ; I AND i
: ___ _____ IVSR.CO.MPUINF
old established stand formerly occupied by .he the least par.icle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony,
I Candid Beef in half bbls I ,
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TREASURER'S NOTICE. Sperm family ; .Messrs. R. B. 4. J. B. Bull, on Monroe street, adj.in.ing or any otjier: pasinous ingredient in it. :. dicinr, who, for several or of Physiologi 'it,.

TREJTURER'S OFFICE, ] Niter Hall Ptfdei ; the "Watch-making establishment of Fredeiick In orthir to pnvcnt imposition from counterfeits, no attention to the treatment years of ,cf ronte as demoted his CDn::

T ALI..4.IIAgSEEbrch Sth, 1B35. J SBy Country and .olland Gin; Tswle! Esq., where he will continue to keep on hind persons except aathoviscd agents will be furnished by cases, has succeeded, by rhemhal or inttltrstt A;'
it is the box a choice assortmentof Fashionable and Season iblc! the Proprietor wth the mixture to sell a:ain. I am anafy..is and 57
November 1829
2 I 1st thesis in
an net passed provided Imperial Tcay ; I Ibrmrnt a rr> binatif n from, nJi
Bonds executed Auctioneers GOODS of the latest importations, of which he will furnish 1 sole ag MTl_ for Mildle Florida, and am assured by M. several\ ; .,
thatall by Brown Domdics the bale mate vegttnhlt principles, to whirl |he
by ; clothing to the crder of tho who Uowaitd that ( small lot sold Mr. Eccles | has gi'Vrn tie
I shall be forwarded by I iho Judge of the Cointy Courtto c may please to e-ept a to ,) name :MeJicinrc Stomiu-liK-a et
Treasurer ofthe Florida and that All kinds CuNails and Brads; favour him with theirp.itronacc at the shortest notice, not a single bottt has been or will be sent, or sold by far Jl'patICif'whicHu
the Territory ; proved nvrr than i
all Auctioneers shall quarterly in each year commencing Hollow \Varc N. Orleans Hum; made in the most durable and fashionable style, andon him, toiny perstn in Middle Florida, except to me : I I I discnvr', in ri-irg those ( ny isrre-n rrmedy> lli'rple!
reasonable terms. I! Liberal deductions be If .'lruric has be* discovered in mixture called 5 mahdi'sc-:
on the 1 *t January, transmit: to the Treasurer Peach, Applend Cognac Brandy; any : mind t lit! Wtr, which are e"ne' ally Cfinprc.ieiiJo"rder .
nude all orders for rash The Rowand'g it .thtve been -
on :nu in the imi
of all or prompt payment. some of spurious (
under oath, taken before son.c Judge, a ropy Shot the trunk &c. the sweeping terms Dr-ri.-
kinds iA and
All by case > LITERj
tales effected by him, with the aivount and at what subscriber wou'd returr. his sincere tLanks for past favors tations. All persns therefore, who wish the genuine C PLANTS-It likewise an almcst .
wishes Cotton Deer Skins ard and still hh and stric attention Tonic M-fturc sunld he cautious of whom i certain cure for t, .
time and itlacc: and for whom tho same was made I He to purasc hope by assiduity they pur- !IdrfPemfJ1tuf the SPI.FF.N.Ain. : .
;;. Now, Auctioneers are required to take notire of. Cow Hides.-Mnjrna, Dec. 15, 1331. -19tf to merit and receive a g,ncrous shale of i' :r'JHlge. chus2 it: My lalu will be en every bottle sold bv me: 1 .! ..>n? the symptoms of Drr .r
% said law, and conform to it, cr suits upon their Bonds Cleans Packets. Tallahassee 2cth AprJ, 1315. 37tf E: t: PERIINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida. plaints, are flaiulency snnrnes c i !burn-.nj; in the a t,

must be insiitntpd. Judge* of the County Courts arc CENTRAL BANK OK FLORIDA Nov 2hJ 1 5tf. mach, melancholyirrTabihryisarecabFrtasteijiimouth |

r requested without <1rlay"to forward, opcrly certified .' The schners LADY WASHINGTON ; great irregularity! (,f a >petire, wi.ich i
Auctioneers is their dt. P. II. SWAm & WASH- April 7th, 1935. 5 isscnt.:
find approved, the Bonds possession "CONSUMPTIONCURED. timesoracinis a wi! it other} t,,nr* jrrcatlv JeSrier
CHARLES AUSTIN, lNGTOCapt. 1\1. SwAt, will run THE Board of Dirccto-s of this Institution:! lure thirst, f( ti I IIJr'arh. nausea, we knessof tire 1

l- pi tfl Treasurer of thr Territory of Florid.. regularly during the scan, every month as Packets, day declared ;a Dividend of five per' centum and cructulions. pnlpitatioi: &U )\inr..3 stumiri
i. between New Orleans d and St. Marks on the amount of Capital paid in, for the half year iTe;Lin:'
DE L.ilosT.r.T'S of life towels th
Tailor COLUMBIAN VCGETABLESPECIFIC. i pre&iirc on < sronu h after mtsis!
I.t Merchant Ii ". 13th, 1F31.-IS-ns ending the 30th insf payaMe to the Stockholders or I in the head, diz/inp,
Thrtr doors north of the Planter* Hold.JJ. their l legal reprcscniathes on and after the 1st. May : : pain miii I attendee wili the loss cf A-ertii'O ; confusirac', :

; RI! RG 1, ie.pectt\ily! informs the public that Gerard: & Wuy ensuing L. A. THOMPSON, Cashier.COTTON I S the most vauble! remedy ever yet discovered for in the, stfirnacli when : c mnao-y! ,aff'ction a "nawmi!
I cIiHiiness
he has just reooivrd a general supply of goods the eire of CCJT/IJ. Colds. Consumption.:tlm\ ._ I ,f'mp }; oi:
: suitable to branch of his profession, consisting llratch Makers and wpnrtera of English and GINS. I Spilling nlood/ Dd'all di i.elsr's of the Ri-unt and sigut ana 1tc.Hangpam ant 'vears in the tack
every rHIIIK subscriber }has received languor diariifbtd. : sli-cp, c M I f et and hands, trrnc
in part of Blue, Black, .M,vi-J, Green, Invisible Green, French Jeicelryid Fancy Articles, on Agency from Lung Prepareioy J. BOYD, PhilulcJpllliIt uneasiness the throat
m ia
Drake neck Green, anu Drown BrcciHn'hs.! striped _'% "WAVC. .r_I'.i\.I..t;. .| iKfirPC. .. JIL Messrs. lt'lIerscrnfKehley. successors to Campf compos[ **;* the distiled nerves, gives strength to the breast fee. cuug i, pain tliesIiTe :
v Drnb?, Lavender and Tea col-mrcd Cisimcrcs, VestS JL 18 tabliihnienton} Monroe-ct.; I ui'1: .y Glriltr, :: 1::- a''L COTTON X GINS, constructedafter I Lunjrs, :pairs tlie\ppetiteimproves Spirits, etc.Billot' The,above maadieslead to .
the plan cither ('I Boatwii:nt, or Campbell & lirccti.naccompanying each bottle of the o :arl'rtior.sofrlt(
made order. Lrvlics
of which will be I
:'}?S VrAll byte arrivals from New York stomach liver and hf. :
riding dresses and cloaks made in the most fashionablefilyle. : a assortment, among which Glaze, and will be warranted: of the best quality! cither Specific, pointing ot in a most conspicuous manner A &c.rttcrmrtatinijm Dropsyt.sumption Co
7 of iron or steel Saws, as may be preferred. They all the symptoms niteir different "tages I of the disease I jnplxy, aceon iig totheclIraateLnits j
7 ) lie ar.he following: will Le received in the i-ionth of in and age, sex, ar.d r'1Pcr.1m-nt of the ltienLPrepared
himself the he August, or early paruculardicecnnsrespectin the treatment while 1
In presenting to public simply states ,>M and sih'erratches, La- J. P. PETERS M.
i D.
by !
( September next, and will be sold on accommodating using it;:ojether wh well authenticated certificates MiledfT !
thno: work than leave his &uop without tne entire '';) Watches, Gold Earrings, many Inventor and sole proprietor.
ratifact ion of the owner and warrants his cutting 4- Bretpms, Fingcrrings, WatchChains I term5 of cures, etc
equal to Philadelphia or New York. He will use and patent Kcj Gentlemen and Ladies I All orders will be thankfully received and punctually In consequence othe great and increasing demano Testimonials.Numerous pei'iScates nx'ht t< foduccd
1. attended to. JAMS McMULLIN. fur this the rictor is enabled relative to the e.xtraord cnres perfira( *.
that Specific, ro to reduce the mry
*:very endeavor to please every one patronizes Guard Chains, Shirt Dions and Studs, plain and
fcim, and as he is a pcr-nincnt! resident of TaliahasFcr 'ut gla : the rninds the
: r i identified solely wiia its interest, he asks the tuprort Bronzts, &c. Pcrfumeri of the best quality, patent within the reach of U persons. to satisfy o nm: skcpt.a'I
of the Pen STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE.The Dr CHAPMAN ; Dr. Joints Eue1l9JIIhfl)' .Ilf the JtdicaCtixyrt\ '
; I poople. Ladies' Boxes of ,cry size, Scissors PocketBooks ; Anti-Dyspeptic Pilla.
I *
: March U 31-tf Baskets} for ladw an4 children, Bc.vl-Bags, public are informed, These Pills have'een successfully used by thousands ion, or Famiry / .'ijsiclan.rNKWORLETsi .

India llubber Br.iccrs.P.ols, Percussion Caps Leok- _ that a regular Line of Stages Dt .2VlhI531.
New Books. kisses &c. &r. I who can test to their superior efficacy (over To vshvtn it mny couITIt.-TJ i< i is to certify, thit{
The Cavalier" ing-G -- --- has been established I many o her reined now in use) for the cure of DyspepsIa witneiSf d the '
;L UST rercix-eil, ()Virginia, Frizzle Tallahassee October 183 t (9tf have operation o Dr. Pf'trr's'frlf.irSton
: ; ( )
.'J Pumpkin, The Coquet, Wintrr in the between Tallahassee and. Jacksonville via iuw;u1I1ceI I ia all their cnplicated forms they give strengthto hicc- et Ileputiccz in a ni nber of very'stin.

I West, All n Pro.cott. Sharps LetterCha ;-, Excentric StoragBusiness.. Springs; leaving Tallahassee every Monday morning the debilitated cans of digestion, repair the appe- Dyspeptic and! Liver-affections of longstanding
; : racier, and a variety uf iscellaneoui and SchoolBooks ; toe and arriving at Jacksonville on Satiuday-from ttite,reli1o\'es naus and sickness of the stomach, habitual wise in several! cases of the enlargements of the pfen,
t'lWribtrs nni'.cd under the style of whi-nce travellers the North will find c-- Li"cnts ,cad-ach, palpitation of the !heart .
A-I.-S-O THE I ready con- and its afccis! were tmh aston -.biiig. I have no .
; The Rc i'i.-.t1- Souvenir for 1P3.,. ThcTokrn and F. D L'RR Co., for the purpose of carrying St.I- .I i i veyance St. Augustine by S'lges, and toStuannah and'mafty other rovous at1 ctions. They contain no sitation in tleclarin it the mt valuable! prewnroi;

JSouwnir for lJ.\ \V: 1. WILSON. on the Storn e.usiness in the Town of ,. by the Steamboat. Fare thrc each WPV $25 OU. Mercury, nor do y sicken the stomach, they are a I for thos distressing ailments tint has ever ccme\.ti>
:3-tf Murk?, and promise t. strictest attention. They mild cinfl safe catirtic : there is no restriction in dietor I
March lh Jan. 25, 1835. [Jti'1 JAS. HARRIS.. in ray knowledge. J.\\l's EWELLM.D.,
decline doing a Commiiun business, and respectfully drink
or expose to wet or cold while using them. "
Storhiir .& Shipping) of Cotion.fr I roli-il the J pa'.rop.agextcnded to John Blur Pea- : Union Bank of Florida.T Bill of directions ill!l accompany each box of Pills, The U"Icrsjrned? \Viles can! bcarteriuiouytothesnj'Cor itv Goo. Jan. 1SIJ.-' T
thy. which tf ill lain their effects.Fromthe .
: ( fully < >
t F.RR"STURGES will altcni to Storing and j
"mafcicaetfepatcas !
Dr. Peter's Me-ilicirrf ?'
JLsL .* G.ouon--thcy wIll\\ n'sn' advance on I DHN BLAIIl PEACHY. A 3. nlt tin; of the Board of Oil ectors of the well iown reputation of tnese Pills for cflilacyof :
Shippin S*. Marks Feb. 21 28-tf Bank of in the cure Dyspepsia .->ivl Liver Compbintsfrom
Union Florida
held their
at Bank- -oprittor (J. BOYD !
Cotton entrusted to their care fin- shipment to any many years Philadelphia) II. G. JOHSS! .
personal experience.V
market in the I'liitcd ?tate or elsewhere ; and will I ; iiij House in the Ci.y of Tallahassee, on the Huh deems it unneceary to give any further detail of
Medieinrp Stotiachic
Dr. P's
are ;
Hepatic putn
1 purchase at ci'....r their Stores in Tallahassee or St. -1/ February: 1633, the tol'owiug Resolution! was adopted them. A fresh apply: has been received, :and for sale! in parcels wi'h full directions fur usir<. Fwrnau
Marks. Oct. 4th, 1934 ( tO) :- appointment// K. B. PERKINS.
; will! be (
three LocompIeteaC1rThe
to parcels
Resolved, That each nnlvery: Stllck.h lder in the Tallahassee, Jj23d I5tf nccess.ry
\ NOTICE. Union Bank of Florida} be, and he i* hcn'bc"n ti- price is $5 a parcel.
tuted and appointed ah accredited ol\aid A great quantity of the ax> e very valualk prei'1-
sttb.v-iber return hip lhanka! to the public aijem Bmk.for .
THE the of into HUvt the rations, will Le kept con t.imlon hand bv
the liberal; encourugfmcnt he has received purp-ise eanying provisions
.. since he has bci-n in this place, and solicits a continu- of the 3Jd: Sec. of its Charter, which Section is in E. B. PER KINS,Tallakassc[ wif1*,
tinceoftheir n'Tivedperschr. Delta, ARNTEDFfgJ these words, to wit-: Who is authorised to dispose ot them either at
patrnnaje. M
7 direct' fr.mew York.a ceucral assortment of\'001. Sec. 33. Be it further enacted That in all instances sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can

I.cn, Staple am Fancy GOODS, Slocs, Hats, Hollow in winch slaves shall be mortgaged in virtueof obtained of the proprietor. / I U> byDoct's. mt..rIIO1,
HOLMES & WiMr. C a
ware. Cutlery, and Iron-mongery, Crockery, 4'ccon- this act, the possession thereof >hal) be and remain .t.I 1. .
f cisting of blue, bark! and brown Cloths ; blue, black, with the moitjager, any law to the contrary HALSLF-T, Drn- :;!isr. :\ppatichicO.J4)S. PETER:
:, drab and grey do'tble milled Casjimcies; Cassinets notwithstanding, until by the covenant or covenants ; .
nUll Sattincts; Eiiirlish, French and American Prints; f contained in said 11l nga3"-, it shall be lawful for the followtr are ftw among lie mnn!f1l r50115:" ;
black Lustring nnd Fancy Silks nnd Silk Shawls,Gro .z- '|- -' said Bank to seitb** same. And if at any nine the have been either eisiirc'.y: curt J or greatly bcnt"'el.

i. dc'Nap, tic.; Jackoaet Swiss and Mull Muslins ; A FULL supply f Landreths' superior garden, President of aid Bank, or any accredited Agent within the bsl twelve months, by the "sc 0(, : ;
:!, 4, and 5-4 brown Domestics of a superior quality; herb and flower ICds just received and warrcnicd thereof shall make oath before any Judge of the lADE E nd sold wholesale and Re- ter*' Mwlirina Stomachic! c: Hepatic Wl1tin.

.l Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths; a general a sort- fresh ; by 1. n. PERKINS. County Court, or Justice of the Peace, that he verily in Fderick connty, Md. by C. Herston tatc of Georgia. .

1 ment of Shoes; variety of Crockery Ware, HollowWare October 29th. I tf. believes that the said mortgager intends removingor concerned the'atentwith Dr. Judkins. : Mr>.Abher Hicks, WiikinOfl.Ms. .

't Cutlery, Hats, &c. Also, Cognac Brandy, is about to remove, or has commenced to remove, The bove Ontment is offered to the public as a i Capt. James V, iHis, 1J.I
Holland\ Gin ; Sicily, Sherry, Portand Claret Wines ; I FRESH BlUeS, WINES, the said slave} or slaves, beyond the reich of the safe and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, I Col. Win. F. Bond, 1,0.

with many other articles too tedious to mention. Purchasers Surgical rnstruments $c. laws of this Territory, in violation of his covenant some of Which hve so long baffled the skill of medico I Wayne \\ Ealand*, Esq. LerCr.
fl1 Are invited to call and examine for themselves. with the Bank, it shall anti may be lawful for s'id science. Bryan Allen. Esq. GO.
ALFJC'K. FORMY DUVAL. I HAVE just reeived a t lull supply oi fresh Judge or Justice to tssne an Attachment against such 1st U'iiite: Svellingiof every description. Col. John W. Porter, ror

Tallahxstee. Nov. 4. 1833. f3tf| | Drugs, Medians and Chemicals. Pure slave or slaves, directed to any Marshal cOlP.;a.d- 2d Sore Legtand Ulcers: of long standing. Sanford Chapman, Esq Jt n : :
i PORT, M.WEUV & MUSC.iTELLE H7.VE, ing him to seize and take such slave or sla\.csud 3d Schirrnat Glaidular: Tumours particularly Alexander Irvin, Eq ,\ 3shlngt

I, STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE !!! in bottles,,iranortespecially for the use of the make return thereof to the next Court having conv f thoipe hardened 'moun in women's breasts which often Cnl.Geo. G1atIews. Gr'D.g

'I IN addition to his old ware-house the I sick. WeigaqJ Si'Snowden's supenor AMPUTATING petent jurisdiction, in the same way as is provided limes terminate ulcerated cancers. TO THE ASTHMATIC AND co Stj ;

has recentlyerected a spacious build I 1 TREPHININOjOBSTETRICAL, EVE, DiSSECTING by the general law of Attachment : Provided, moreover 4th Fefons, orwjiatsnme people know by the namec i most prevalent and fa al of all Dise t'm1

re 80 by 28 feet, receiving: cotton and gOOIS.I I and POCKET JSST.CMENTS! in that in any case of mortgages on a slave or Catarrhs of h'er/ description. : THE tq civilized society- Con3UmPtb00
TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. cases. slavesby \irtue "of this act, the increase of such slaveor S-th RheamaticPains of the joints.Gth O1d'a
I I traced ta the Manning ,
1 I STOMACH PUMPS aid PilES Silver generally je 11t
.I St. Marks December 27th 1831. 1' 1 Lancet and Nirse Lancets and slaves shall be subject to the same lien, created bysaid Sw-ains art Bruises of every description or in sliht hut nptt'p! tltd cold. Bv. estimation K a l f'.,
Cases -- -
&C. mortgze.March .
whatever sit. U"j
) A Mill l, Negroes and Goods for Sale. An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the '7ih 30-20\v. 7th Tetters part Jl Kind-. In complaint, the patient ly that'nehuud'eJaad of the consumption.1 filly Most thousand o 'these pesonsdltl dread' .'

i THE snbscribers intending to close their business Shakers-among .vhlh are Lemon Balm, Catnep, Watches &c.THE in :applying th Ointments must keep the part may be attributed to commoi cold, and 3 neghi 3

Aspalaga, the ensuing summer, with a view Hysop, Mint, Sage,1 Sweet Majoram, Savory, Jewelry, out of water: treatment of the harrassing cou :h that general.j .

opening at Apalachicola next fall, will sell a.bargain Thyme, Cellery, &c. subscriber has just-re 8th C ilblain9or ptrts affected by frost.It which is usually fol1o\VeJ by/il1icult weatwg
in the Saw and Grist Mill. The Mill is situated LIML J ICE and LanN S RCP. ) an additional supply i is also oneof tie best remedies for Darns And in the side, and at last Ulcerate i Lnngs. / J.

one mile and a half from the river on a Creek affording SPICES of every -Genuine INDIA CDRRY. a of WATCHES, J F.WELRY, SIL- Scalds. .It easeihe jain and draws the fire out in A repeated Asthmatic attacks also bring onsvnptoms. COl15arnpU th 2r

an abundant supply of water throughout the English, French, ail Prentis's Soaps and Per- bi TER SPOONS, &c. which he offers short tim' t One or two dolla expended i 4

year, and commands a good supply of timber, was fumery. Mrs. Milleifi celebrated SXCFF. for sale on his customary reasonable For Inflamed ',onen'8 Breasts, and Glandular, Cha e ofDUMFRIES
formerly owned by Mr. Dickson, and has lately been nard & May- terms. Swellings, it soerio- to any rredicine yet known to THE pIL fb'
NoyecelehfteJ INK, POWDER-
rebuilt by us. The Grist Mill is the best in the neigh- FREDERICK TOWLE. the medical ficul' I is much safer than mercurialof REMEDY ('
tmrhuod and commands THERMOMETERS, HllROMETERS, &C. Oct 4th 1834. of that material The begs leave to recommend 't
nearly whole custom. 1 : ((8tf) any preparUpt ,) because does proprietor of the rnot .
We will sell with the mill, desired, four or five very E. B. PERKINS. The subscriber has employed a Watch-Maker direct not lay Uie paliel iiible! to injury frum expose to does with the fullest confidence) one and p:1

valuable slaves, and t*o waggons and teams. Apa- Tallahassee, Julyjth, 1834. [43tf] from England ; and assures the public, that any work cold.This ; able remedies known for this :troublesome! Je>

Jachicola affording a regular and an improving market entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptlyand Continent is ctred sores of many years stand complaint. Without going '91' deUlI'JJthcmoia'nough
*. I for lumber makes this a desirable property for one IDm'i1( mB 1lgai1 in the txst manner.: F. T. ing. Where it istpozsible or imprudent to heal the to say, he has in his P056S\omDIetelj! I
who can devote his attention to it. The property LARGE tid external wore, in Qaseqaence of the bone becoming doubted testimonials that it his more than 1SDJ
1 will be shewn at any time to any person wishing to A. complete assoil NOTICE. I carious OP rotten, 4wilI stop the progress of the caries, swered the purpose for which .t is intended

purchase.We ..entofFresh fiu-js and Mcdicinesjust reco; SIX months from date, I will present my vouchers increase the quanfr of the discharge, remove the of other popular medicine, < BlThis
,I will also sell our stock of Goods comprising a I 1 vedfrom New York trl Baltimorefor sale, wholesaleand ;: a settlement, and shall apply to the Hon. fensive ernell, anfa.se the pain. remedy is perfectly inn cent into Full as arpUC t

:,I a good assortment for the season. 'I nd will soil, or rent I retail. Country M chants and Practitioners sup- County Court of Gadsdcn county, for Letters of Dis- It cure*the woi Felons Whitlows on an 3ppli all conditions, ages and rexes ea

our improvement*, consisting of H Store House and a I II plied on the mostaccorr lodating terns. mission as administrator of the'estate ol Thomas A. cation of.48 bOILk. description of the complaint, &c. accoDpa1l1{ .ud. .

I large and new Warehouse for storage or cotton, on 1 I EDW. SEIXAS, Peebles, late of said county, deceased. RhenzAatismlmlch have stood so long as to becomea packet, which consists of tw> boxe' 0U150
the river bank. It is kown to be a good stand for a IVl-xy 2941 >rug gist, Magnolia Florida. STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, Adm'r. a systematic Alst requires medicine to be taken inwardly : Electuary. Price, $1 for th J whole.

: store and a tavern, and needs no further recomruenda- November 24, 1334. 19-6m to remov hem entirely. But in most commoncasesbyapplyinthis but one o'f the articles 13* want d. ION.

;. tion from us.Ve received during the last season Ointment externally as directed : DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGE? "

eleven hundred bales cotton, and expect to receive TONIC MIXTURE. it will give relil And even in old people! whos Of long standing, and of the most o tlnats c 1I

about the same quantity the present season. a perfect and lastingcure pains! hare beendf !longer standing, it will ease the bas been immediately relieve and often r.lit
The of of the above for the Fever and Ague. For sale \ I that have OCCIUI
terms any property will be p&1n.To cared. in a variety of cases I
made accommodating, and great bargains may be had wholesale and retail, by FLETCHERROWANDS seacapUinind masters of vessels this ointment and vicinity by using for a short tune. ..BUhi pUI!.
of us in goods for cash or on a short'credit.HARRISON & WESTCOTT, Druggist, ppalachicola most be very valotle in winter on our coast it being Dr. Relfe' Vegetable Specific and an lIIt

; & RANEY. Florida very certain in itfllecUi on CbilblaUs or puts affected both of which are to be taken together aCCOruwl
I Aspjlaga gist February 1835. 28-tf :: u I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and with frost it like w prea yea its qu.lilies in allcli nable plain and practical din drOol ItCOlDpaDyi
AUCTION SALE -The subscriber having loca- Westcott my agents for the sale of Row- mates : Price each. '
| Specific. 50 cents
: CHRISTIAN F. DUERR, is hereby fully author in Talihasseeeral do nnd's Tonic Mixture" in the the
proposes to a gen- Territory A largs mass oKstimony proving the T&lue of this None are genuine uuleas si, ned on oUKlDD'ted
iced to collect the debts of the late firm of PEACHY commission busin ;,regular sede Tuesday of Florida, Eastern of Alabama &
and days, part most excellent meiine will be shewn to those who wrapper, by the sole I| >Priet?' i. COI1'
& MACKINDER those of the and
subscriber. Persons Saturday. Western j;m of Georgia ; who are able to furnish wishrfartfar inforAion OA application to Dr Hers immediate auccewor to the la e Dr. W.T. Co
; indebted to either will please make immediate lie will also attend t administrator and othersales the said medicines to all who may apply to them on I tons or k any of $ authorized agents. For sale at his Counting Rom, over No.btbi P
Indiriduals who in
paymentBagging made purchases of Cotton the county. OBERT J. HACKLEY. as favourable terms as they can obtain from the pro I The above mediae sold by special appointment of street, near Concert Hafl B)ston, andcial alto! 1)j

J, and Bale Rope JOHN are earnestly requested to March 23d 1833. 33tf prietor himself." Signed, : the patentee and vtfruted genuine. appointment, by E. B PERK'DruU tJtJ
:tttle. BLAIR PJSACHY. N. B. Instruments executed with "JNO. R. "
o writing neat- RU WAND. i i B. PERKINS, DRUGGIST.TaUahwee .
13t.Me.thFeb.21 28-tf ncsa and despatch, bf R BACKLEY. "Philadelphia Oct. 24th 1833. 3Uf I F&uj 2itb 1631, 27lf. Tallahwe.t, F.b 17, 183 L. <



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