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

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W RD CHANDLER, 1 was in the midst of abundance, not a mouth. ..

ATTORNEr AT LAW.i'1 THE FLORIDIAN ful did I expect to procure, to satisfy the cm ,. -

Office 3.t his, residence. rings of my empty stomach. Sir, m ly 064 .,

\11h1CS }brdl11f\35.: 30tfSTEPHENS. preserve you from ever feeling all I lid thowLole -
of that :' :
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at Law. "LAISSEZ : For aevetal days after no one can imagine 't J. tl.t
Allornty FAIRE.
Quincy Gadsden Conn- NOUS the condition in whu-h he was, for when be '

.ciocatedhimself t1nd"iU: praruce in the Court of Ap- ':- - -- -'- -- -- --- -- --.---.------L----: related to me this painful adventure, he assured 2 :.

0 tV'the Superior Courts of Gadsdcn, Leon and m\t mQ WI1tLQ Oit. aa 'W swma suzr UQi ae& 7! 1UDQ roe that he had lost all recol'eclion' of r I

fstksOD s.n Counties.If -1-h'enr. -- 10 what had happened. 'God' he cor tinned I"! I

"-anu&r! .--'a t -- -" UaaQW' tLlBW ; LOOK AT THIS! From Auduborn's Ornithological Biography. must have taken pity on me one day hr at I :, :

JA IES 1\1: SCTf, REMAINING in he P.st Office at Tallahassee, 1& THE subscriber wishing to remove to THE LOST ONE: ran wildly through these drehdful pine barrens Ji J i !i .;

.ITTORJi .qT L'IJF. June, 1835, if not taken out by the 1 the Chattahoochee, will sell all his LANDS A I met with a tortiso. I gazed upon it with ii; --1 i
himself Monticello, Jefferson .30tl.: Sept., will be sent to the General Post Office as laying the east side ot Flint River, in Decatur live onker, employed on the St. John'griver I
\ I l lasted dead letters.iAdams. follows in East Florida left his cabin situatedon amazement and delight, and although 1 knew i .1J
rSn rtoriJa, tenders his professional ser4 4 county, Georgia, as -1500 acres laying ,
It U'feens of the Territory ecncrally. He John Hunter, A R S 10 miles below Bainbridge, upjn Flint river, the banks of that stream, and with his axe that were 1 to follow it undisturbed, it would t: ,

ircstOthC theCourts of the Counties nf Leon, I AdamsVeslcv2 Hutto, Mrs. Sarah whereon I now reside with comfortable buildidge, and on his shoulder towards the I lead me to some water, my hunger and thirst .n.i 4

"1flpr3Lice, lfl(:\llsjen, and the Courts of Thomas Alia jood, Wilfiam 2 J.-Johnson, David A Negro Houses sufficient for 30 or 40 hands, with a proceeded swamp would not allow me to refrain from satisfying V j H:
'C4'l.rson "nu lie 01" tcnders his scrviccsp Allis,Charles S. Jones, Charles B good Gin carried by water, in or near the centre of in which he had several times before plied his .

dL0"1 Genrgia.n'rns\ R follccor and pledges himuality Alston! Wilis: 1 Joyce, John the laud with a Packing Screw, with 300 acres in trade of felling and squaring the giant trees both, by eating its flesh and drinking it! blood. t : : ."

rtfSOns In and attention. Office m Mon- Andcr Tlu mas K:Keuton, Licut K W cultivation, nearly all cleared the last 5 years, in good that afford the most valuable timber for naval ;. With one stroke of my axe, the beast \'"s cut i. :

p-li ns 10 pun. Armbt'ad Fabian Kelly, Spicer W repair. Also 375 acres in the 90th Dist. upin the architecture and other in two, and in a few moments, I des flt"hed ; .;
tJ r1l0. t-tf\ fl.-Ball, U H Kerr, Patrick Allapulgus, near Pleasant Gl"owith GO acres of purposes.At I all! but Oh j'
((1 the shell. sir how miu-h I flunked, t, ; H
r.20 the which is the best for this ,
Bell, John A Kerr, David open La.nd and comfortable Cabins. This Tract is season kind '. _:
JOHN J. AD1\:118 Bell Jacob Kl< in, J W not inferior to any upon the Creek, there is also 375 of labor, heavy fogs not unfrequently cover God whose kindness had put this tortiso in my 1 :_

(.!TTOR.V :F .T L.JIP,) Bema, Augus'us L.-La Porte, Mon aercsjoining, that may be obtained at a fair price,Hhal the country, so as to render it difficult for one way I felt greatly renewed. I snt down at ; ; -: -

< rrnorrrf from anincy to Anpalaclaeo Bar.1It Birdo, Ledsworth, Michael will make it a desirable settlement fur a goad force. to further than the foot of a pine, gazed oa the heavens, t ;
; 30 40 in
attend the Courts held Rt the Blount, William 2 Linn, James S Th above lands may be had for cash, or upon termsas see or yards any direc t
H "ill regularly and .1.lrJannl' and the annual term Boy, Dr R G C Lewis, Polly shall best suit purchasers, upon good! Terms. Per tion. The woods, too, present so little variety thought of my wife and children, and ngaia I y.

lh)" luinry of pprtlo at Tallahassee. Letters ad.tA Boyer Charles W Lewis, Scili P. sons wishing to purchase, will) of ciursc call and examine that every tree seems the mere counterpartof thanked my God for my life* for now I fill less -

If the COUTt: l'air. \ill he nttcmkd to. Sradoix, Col H W Lockerman & Craig, for therrsclv.s. If early applications! is madea other and the when l has not distracted in my mind. and more assured that .
1 )llTfl. post every ; grass
. Irl' ) 7lh. 1R31. {1(;tqmL1N Bradford Thomas Long, Henry great bargain will be given. ere long I must regain my way, and get bact
frbrl1\fY been burnt is so tall that a man of :
Britton, Charles F Long, G. W July I, 1815. 47-4w BENNET CRA''FOnD.a ordinary \L
\CAttI). Brooker"lIlinm 2 Lull, H S stature cannot see over iti; whence it is necessary to my horae. } .,

V. SWELL, Brown, Stephen \f.-MaloDcy, Council Notice. for him to proceed with great caution, The lost one remained and passed th ; night l r .:.
'
Brown, 1 ilier Mattox. HamptonMays : : at the foot of the same tree under which his. .
JiPi-cmcoLA I'1i. THE subscriber ntW oflVfs for sale, his lest he should unwittingly deviate from the ill ,
TTOR.VF.1 .ir W/F. ; Brown, Samuel iliU'dBrown Mirriam House and Plantatbi, 39 miles above Bainbridge repast had been made. Refreshed by sound :'
1. J business confided '.c) him with indus- JohnfcAflec JohnBrowne defined trail which be follows. To increasethe ,. .
rrl10 ,
.
Wi1 .tt immediately on the lircr nod on the main he started da-yn his '
19tftynn' sleep, at to resume
Dtr. 21st F A McKearn William weary
n tulitr. ditTh.utyscveraI trails often meet in which
road from the Or. ;
New
pu Stage City of to
Washington
D. 'VESTRtftrt"C -
or.CIIIIlESandJAS. Hcmtc11ullin John march. The and he followed
sun rose bright
'- Broyles, .
( leans, consisting of seven hunlrcd and fifty acres of case untess the explorer be perfectly well acquainted
Jr., f.sQulr(!. BI1I(, Ann McRae, James Lnnd the direction of the shadows. Still the dreariness .
enT
part first quality pine land and river :
Butler D B Mitchell Richard part with the neighborhood, it would be I i
KIRKPATRICK, K\vamp; of which, one hundred and ten acres are now well of the woods was the same, and \ f wig ,
Butler. Th m'lSIiIlcr, Ebenezer for him to lie down and wait until the fog j

A beautiful deep rrd sorrrl, now ri- ('.Campbell, A 'Vturhef, Mrs Caroline in well a state known cultivation to be the best and staid in good for repair. business This is should disperse. Under such circumstances on the point of giving up in despair. \\h1) he ,
d public
four olJ, 15 hands\ high, and CarpenterVillatn IIlonroe, Vin. P. observed a. racoon lying squatted in the :: n*. ; :
sme years on the road from Bawl S
health nnd vi-or, will stand the Christopher, Samuel Moore, Richard B. hut he I U with
in hich The land needs no better recommendation than the Raising axe, ( rove vs.xeiicc: :
for while and I well remember that
Gadsden county, Florida, Clark, Elijah B- Morton, Jackson a ;
Slim' sewn M-auincy, present crop that is growing 01 it-the place i b supplied through tfye helplcs.- animal, thnt it excited
It Iecatur Oar, at 1 aliafJf Cleveland, Susan; C Moosely, Louis M. such an occurrence happened to myself, at a
.
nt Peasant: county with nil
and ht well
}. FJ'. I..., and will be M to Marcs. at $7, the. sin- Colstan, Gt'orjje Monroe, Dr Thomas } ten h4nds ncccisary-buildiiifs: As he is determined, nii to remove employ to- time when I had imprudently ventured to pur- without a strugle.llat he hid .I'jvilh I J
thefa \VlIlil'imfurat. Col A the turtle ho did with the .
Corcland, tho
VvSlO iflfuliat\I1ytlmCwltllnt now j-i--oc .t. .
the season } 2 Dr the West, he will give great bargain, for cash, or sue a wounded quadruped, which led me to '
and Cornet Sulpicc .Iticholson
20toVur'a
$ Jacqu&s J.
on cX lres
tho ra of which he devoir -
1t51f piJftcr good For further ir of greater part actually ; atone :
property. ormltiotenquire
distance from the track.
be in foal, which will bcc/imc .luc Cornish, James Nioks, Francis some .jl
\ mire tl) the proprietor at home. Any wishing to buy, meal. With comfort ibi: r" ":*' .
more i ,
person >
M
is ascertained: to b.in foal I, orartcJMithAto Craft, Durant C P.-Partridge John The live.oaker had been jogging onwards gs 10
lit Mina* lhnw can hitve the growing Crop, Catle, Sheep and Hogs, '
he then resumed his
the to be paid 1 Crage, James PennHenry watHierllit.sj
\ 23ccnsto groom. desired. '\T". H. FERGUSON.June for several hours and became aware that he .mcr. jj
as the service rrmlcrr.l.I I_ Croinartic, John Pi!ott, Pe-er W f cannot -for although in 'he s-ession
rvrrv rI'n; 21st 1833. 47-4w say p oJ
1 ,
Crumartie Alcx.nr.der 2 Ponder E G must have travelled considerably more than
) was sued by MonsieurTon f
jt.j'jrrr K'.rkp-urirk 'of all hi> faculties and rr brand liai-fi-.ht! he !
"JJcof tlr nnst IrbrateJ: horses in thr State Cnxskey, Jas'h Powell, Nathan subscriber is daily cxectingby the schr. the distance between his cabin and the 'ham- *
*""l. the Paclet.. Cross, Cyprian: Price. Mrs Maria THE wa* worse: of than a lame man groping 1 is way : -j
rf \" .1:11.t-\I"1i\r" Tonson was by from New Orleins, the foUo-.virg assortment mock which he desired to reach.-To his
Ir
horse Citizen he "by ParuM of />.-Daughtory, Wm G Purcha, Thomas P Groceries viz in the dark out of a dungeon, of v. h .ch\ he -
the jwnorifj : alarm thu
he br at moment when the fog dispersed,
F.nrhnJ 1 J.( by BUiil< and' by Gnldolpiiri, Ar.l.Ian, Davis Enos B. Q. duinby, George R .r 00 sacks Corn, I knew not here the door stood. :f
tl ) Davis, DcauiNHaviv .-Rath ,one, John B he saw the sun at its meridian height, and :
hsdln i'V Toft (lab, tnt he I by Grllahn, : .1Un l.y 132 b'-ls.' superfine FIoi! ::, ,
I i ir.rvMid'! "n'Jf"rd, 4c. ,.c., l his qr.indatn by G f' yJMlrr. 1 William: Ratchford.JnoorJonathun 12 casks Bacon, could not recognise a single object around Days, one after another -sJcd-na, weeks

1 U:1j'MI'J' Ocr, imported Fearnought, d ml lavas, James \1 11*.arcs, John W.Rcod ':.. 15 bags Coffee, him. : in succession. He fed now on cabba n trees,

it- Jl.d.t.; was :n by Piomcd 2J by Shiilr, MtyCliv. DawJcins, Fru.1' Alirid.Rhodes 20 kegs Lard, and active he then on frogs and snakes. All that fell in hisr
4lh by -alh, olh by Fearnought. Gh: by J.rS. .\- De\\m, Washington' C RaIford 10 bbls. Pork, i Young, healthy imaginedthat Yet
was welco'mc and he L
Dickinson JoloRhodes John H he way savory. ecamtil.iily >
walked with than unial
: 7ih by Wii timrton! 8th bJ.mu T nn ToupliMR 4 hhds, Sugar, : more speed, '
'
jrnt'-n by unj' :f'IE\ "ape J, out of C'-1 l. Ho.mo'slibarri D.rtiuson: Robert T Rial ,\ Ion) 2 qr. casks madeira Wine and hrd passed the place to which he was more emaciated, untiTnt length hit couW I .

,'f 1 Fllf1" by oM imported: D"dfurd, out .r> Dickinson. Mrs, JOSPIIDowlinp. Catharine;! Richardson, Isaac R 2 1 qr. do. 4lh proof Druudy, I I bound. lie accordingly turned his hack upon scarcely trawl. Forty days had elapjed by -
3otV.s mp'Ttcd Mau1>ini. Those who : Rubens, James 10 bbls. hi-i when he at last reached .
U"> ir>: w Whiskey, the and different own reckoning, ;
Davil. Samuel H Robertson, \ITmEEiter sun, pursued a ro.ite, guided
v-sinMo s"camor iemled! account of }hi.s pcdrtrrceyA CapWilliam Ledfurd 12 boxes sup. Porter, I ihc banks of the river. His clothes in alters. .:
Rogers small trail. Time
the
and
[Mwieur Tor.son] nrr rtf.rrcd to 6 do. Porter. by a passed sun .
i>ki-mcr'sTnrf prrrnflrcS R.;:istci, January No. 1532.M.inr F.-f'.t rclotb' Maulda Rogers, R.chard All of which he will sell low for cash, or approved headed his course_ : he saw it gradu..} des- his once bright axe dimmed with rust, 1 i U fare _

;.tr Ton'on's olts have soJ! Rt very huhprts Fletcher Field J W ZabulFlct.hcr :$ j 'Russell. ScbrllkIrs, JessceS Martha paper, upon application at the warehouse of T. Mc- cend in the West; but all around him contin- begrimed with be/ird, his hair matted. and hi: .t I I. :

I Isiw their i improvement. be having lsd last Carty, St. Marks. HENP.Y PENNY. ued feeble frame little better than a skeleton covered .ti
Lioi.el .Seubrook, Josef II as if enveloped with The :
fi; inc winners,; thin the pot of any othrr h-ir'c in St.Marks: June 2Cth, 1815. 47-3w mystery; huge with there he hud iimself
Folker Mivs warah II Scruggs, Edward parchment; : ,4down
A''tr.c t-the t t4ct! evidence, howovrr, of mv "JlII:"''n grey trees spread their giant boughs over him
(; Catkins$, Henry Scurloee! Dr N B MARSHAL'S SALE- to die. Amid the perturbed dre. ms of J. .
,.r Iu'n i tint I pul i I la .'ish! f.r hi n. ChestcifieM', V.i etb Fi-'>. 1Q3 I. GacstwavViiaia: chcrman, Charles E B virtue of c writ <-f Fi. Fa. issued from the his fevered fancy, ho thought he he rd h& : t
\V. R. 1l)'1NS'N. G td: boronzh, Charles Simmons, Mi>s Catharine Office of the Superior Court for Jefferson ving being crossed his path; ell was silent and .

TllcI U *r.lt1.1 l n ur Ktrkpatrirlt. was "! ireh I s -i 1I i iJOOJ. Graham, Joha' Smith, Drury and Madison counties, to me direrted, I shall ex- stilland the scene was like a dull and dreary noise of oars far away on the silent m< r. Holistened 1 t

(lC..1. fln t:1f''lfn."IIll-r.r.\: ; thr wi.i '" ,(! ,;ra .Tin, rnnvisGrana.l Stoik, Gabncl :)oce at public sale, for cash, before the door of the drenm of the land oblivion. lie had wandered but the sound died away on I.is ear. j ,

: '. wh'Mi :a s"ii 1:1: r,lt. and is {l. r.cn.1'J from h-s ini- : lohnsofiGren Swan. Sarah Court]! House in the Town Monticcllo, on Saturdaythe like & forgotten ghost that had passed It was indeed a dream, the last glimme" of expiring t !. \

f rt.'i i aii'l !Inhly:': n"proI'i si'rk ofhorsps.' Tliu! nT. I Thomas r.-Ta em, James Lit of August next, all the ri conibin Gum s Mrs Mary Tnpl t, M R 3 interest of James L. Parish, or of Martin Palmer, in the land ef spirits, without >et meetingone
l an ctmiv
ilib sirntlia in
: < ; Kirkpitrick I be. forever. But tin the
: bout to quenched a :.
Gro-s, Barnwell Turnbull M.ss Martha f
Ii I'' two.if npprfveil stocks of hm-sps in and to the followineca'ii''yil j profnirtj:, to wit :-H..i of his Kind with whom to bold converse.
f-tp jti'iV
r r :.'I-N\,:....1.1.lJ.lnh H .', nz-- 1 nt' !'i.'tley aw1 I'nf' II-If.i'1), Sally Turnbull. Caroline Si sec. 30, T. 2, N." of R. 5 E. with t.crop of Corn The condition of a man lost in the woods, sound of oars awoke him from his I li thargy.

,. sio-lw JAR. B..T. LORIMER.n Hallis: lfartmTurner, Nathaniel growing therein, Gin-house, Cotton Gin # running is of the He likened so eagerly that the hum nf a fly I ._ '.
that he
Harris t.ier Jou W 3 Turner Thos 0 one most perplexing can imagined
Gidd.- Co. F o. April25, 1;33. S7tf : [ftant Gear[ and) Screw The Town Lot Nns. 50. 51, 52, could n.t have escaped his ear. They wcro .
Hand Maj j Thomas LTnderv\-ooil Mii Cons- who .
cy. with Uouse and Improvements theicon-The \V.I{ hy a person has not himself beenin
Er.rr.rt fa : C.,!. For! W. nln":.'.
..A records I Kirkpatiick c:7: f..l"ln I hnvrentertiimd,rf : Harlcy, Ilrv Joseph Walker,Thomas S, W. i sec. 30, T. 2 N of R.1 E. -K. \ S. E. 1 sec. a like prfdicament. Every object he sees, indeed the measured beats of oars, and now, .
liijrhr't
:i
Harvey Eiahflayxvard | Watson, James J 25, T. 2 N. of R 4 E.-P.irt of E. \ N. E. I, sec. 25. heat *irst thinks he joy, to the forlorn soul!! the sound of human.
( :.ion ol'him; the first rason on a short training, tot Richard 2 White Hon Jos M 8 recognises, and while his 1
I T. 2, R. 4 E., containing 50 acres of L-md, nv're oresr. voices thri1l'-rl to his heart, and awoke the tumultuous
-
: the of him ] Marion Piltman's colt
sjx-.ed j \ro.- tl.ey Has!:in. Hugh C Whitehead, i\r or Judge Sold btau.cd the. whole mind is bent on searching for more that
; -- to satisfy a Judgement at
were tried Cinl'ul1 of to imlcs! whin Kirk] wastou pulses of returning hope. On his I
H'nry, Mrs DorothyVliitchead, RPV.Wic read his
fat ; aforesAid Court, ill favor of Til Jen & Roberta Par I may gradually to extrication ho goc# 4
'I ii run onr. and su anrd himself well, coming out Hill. Samuel M :in1", Ri"hard ish, Palmer & Co. : on knees did the eye of God see that mau by the
committing the fuithcr he
.j ft'witthe s"me ''jetweci t1H'rns they started greater errors
spice Hooker S C Williams '
Drury
I Marion had t': orJcr-Kuk was; then turned out :andCtt : Holland,, Dr GrilnVilliamson, John PMlis I THOS ESTON RANDOLPH, Mar. proceeds. This was the case with the live- broad still stream that glittered in its sunbeams ,

\ery fat: )had n-i exfrci but walke-i to \vvor lIo1lin Wi.iiam \\ Jessee 2 Tallahassee Bytl.2Gth. RANDOLPH June 1835. 5GtJ, D. M oakcr. The sun was now setting with a and human eyes soon saw him too, f r round 1 --,. i

tw.c j'r day, tjnite rouch, when there was a in nell Hor ,T, JacobVindom, Bcnj'a and thai headland covered with brushwood boldly f j !
its
fiery aspect by degrees it sunk in
M:1dl'1: run iiini against J. BullochN Slazy! ilapli: of a Howard Elizabe.h 100> Letters.] '
little
advanced the boat its lusty 'C
NOTICE. propelled by .
full circular formas ii' f.
ci'ir.! whit 11 h"' beat her wiiliths xit most ChC1 under giving warning of a sultry .
Persons calling t lor the above Letters will please! the Term of Gadsden County rowers. Trie Lost Oue raised hi! feeble -
!! next January
R pufl ;n c ocd tune. On traii.i.ij him the last season AT marrow. Myriads of insect delighted at
h': say advertised. I. G. SEARCY, P. M the undersigned Administrator of the estate voice loud shrill of' '
wa iikni with the rulic, which I supposed} would its filled on high-it was a sc 'cam -
fcil Lin for i.early: twelve huurs in spite of nil atten IVascissa s 'lusilll1: Jfavigalion Company. I of Benjamin Chappcll, dec'd, will present his departure, now the air on buzzing of joy and fear. The rowers pau,::ed and i 't
twn ivrd ir.rJic.il ass I l.LI1C'nJ 1 know when herat Acf.our.ts and Vouchers for settlement with said estate wings. Each piping frog arose from the mud-

.. he \\ain n ,order an-1! was ''ifld in by the ndtr. NOTICE is I hereby given i That on the last Situr- and pray to be discharged therefrom. dy pool in .which it had concealed itself the looked around. Another but Feebler scream .
Kuk n.ii.1 >hry run on a heavy coarse little
,: rule-Time 2m': 1 j .oc Tile colt I :have ofl ir1,'* cr-t; op'-tud at the Store James M. K. Ilolloinan in Jrf- I Tallahassee, June 17, 183. 45-Cm. squirrel retired to its hole the crow to its roost flutters: his sight is dimmed, his bra n reels, .

.s Verb nrnnisinr, he Ins fint: form, Iarc and! lik Jy." tVrsun county, for Five Hundred Shares of Fifty Dollars and. far ab ove, the harsh croaking voice of he for breath. I-t it has -
DlSTRICT-G"DSlJEN SUPERIOR COURT. comos-
h MIDDLE run
t.a'.h the filtx-k of Wa.sc.issn and Au- gasps
-- Capital the horon announced that full of it i
silli Navigation Company. The hooks will be opened David (.. Raney In Trespass on the case upon anxiety, upon the beach and the Lost One is f uiiJ.: ,
PUBLIC NOTICE Geo.' W. Harrison, premises. was wending its way to the miry interior of
e
; under the suprrintendanre of Aelulle Mur.it, Robert %
This is tale of fiction
Is III reliy g'\'CI1 by the proprietors of GtIJ1,1t'Villiam Bel'amy, John A. Cuthheit, and 1rdi.g %.( flf Fummons ad respondcndum some distant swamp. Now the woods b.( gan a no but the relationof i.

: the Laitdb in Middle i Florida, ]known as John G. Gamble or of any two of them, at 10 o'clock, Jlurrhon 4' Ran! ,, for S 1000 damages.Attac.'tmtnt to resound: to the shrill cries of the owl; and an actual occurrence which might bcmbelished .

the Forbes' PurchLst', tint prilcininary! I A. ,f., and to be closed at 3 o'clock. *. M. At the time vs. fur $518 issutd the it no doubt, but which t. better .
t.rrJ, *tlt9 arc nnw making for tl.e disposal of tl i I of subscribing, there shall i be paid to the Commissioners John Pig, Jlint 1.1B35-7i'tllrnablf."a. breeze; as swept among the columnar in the plain garb of truth. Thi nzs by
Mine.: :MI! 4.1 the me in time, tnose persons ,,ho mercttl'd One Dollar per share. And if it shall appear that t'(77Ler Term, 1835. streams of the forest tree, came laden with

I upon tlicm, as well as others disposed to rllr moit than five hundred shares lIe suWribed at the THE defendant and all others interested, arc here heavy and chilling dews. Alas no moon with which I recorded it were written- tIe'nLia. .

Ih'P It aitinvited t>j apply to John Caniochan at Hnc0m I time of closing th* books, the excess shall he deducted notified of the institution of the said suit, and her sivery'light! shone on the dreary scene, of the once lot live oaker, about 4 yc irj after -

] f'Jlt't0 Peter I"r clr.ow, momently cxitt from the highest subseiiptions, until the number is reduced ot the issuing of said Attachment, and to nppcur and tho painful incident occurred. His ur; i aSle; ,
,or t.1l t sll'srri1jr. thc City Hotel Tall.ih''' t-I I to five hundred times. And the Commission plead to the declaration filed in said case, according and the lost one weatied and vexed, laid him- wife nnd children
'. tho
-AprilS5J-3S!_ J37tfJ COLIN M-TCHEL. ers in tint cnsc shall return to the subscribers the to the Statute in such case made and provided. self down on the damp ground. Prayer is always loving were proper :: .
I I in advance shares which have Dated June 19, in recital, and ne er shall I forget the taais that
ivniy paid upon may LB35.J. consolatory to a man every difficultyor
Dr. Wm. Tradewoll, ben thus deducted. WESTCOTT, Jr. and the woodsman flowed from them as they listened ta it, aloeit: 1'1'it :
wr danger, fervently prayedto
".11 act and On the! after the June 27th, 1835. 46-lm Att'y. for PPtff.
as my Agent Attorney I same day closing of subscription', his bid long been more familiar to the n than a
his maker wished :
during my abs -ncr to Alab im\. the su1J srrilx rs to said Capital Stock will beorganiicd NOTICE family a happier night tale thrice told. do I
Sincerely wish, good
JOHN BLOCKER. and c.ed to the cnactmentofthe by-laws, than it was his lot to experience, and with a
pror necessary
May t 30 42-tf and to the rleritr of a Board of Directors for the SIX naosths from date fcr we will present our shall vouch. feverish anxiety waited the return of day. reader, that neither you nor I may ever did ..
and accounts a settlement, and apply -
l't 01'11TIlt. management of said Corn prny. to the hon. County Court of Gadsden County for You may imagine the length of that cold, such sympathy by having undergone surli i. I'
JohN G. GAMBLE
undersigned has this day taken into Partner- ACHILLEIURAT Letters of Disni";sion as Administrators the estate dull, moonless night. With the dawn of day sufferings, although no doubt such 3'mpathji i -

Mr. S. C. Stevens, the bucill1..S.111 hereafter WILL. B. NUTTALL, of Hszekiah Wilder, late of said County deed. came the usual fogs of those latitudes. The would be a rich recompense for them. : ;

V J oiimorn be conducted at Tallahassee! : u.idcr the firm of June 21, IS35. 40-5w ROBERT. GAMBLE. WM WILDER BURNLEY ,Adm'x.AJm'r.ANN poor man started on his feet and with a sor- It only remains for me to say, that the distance ; ; :;
Sf Stevens. -- ---
, They bll\on hand a good assortment of Dry G oods, FOR SALE, May 30 42-Gm rowful heart pursued a course which he thought- between the cabin and live oak ham- .

Uockcry Hollow Ware, and Groceries; among which a I:;: THE Plnntation belonging to the estate NOTICE. i might lead him to some familiar object, although mock to which the woodman wi s bound I

m arhoiM lot ofLiquorsctrnistinii- \Maderia, (If the late \Vrm. J. MaulJin lying within IX months from date, I will present my vouchers indeed, he scarcely knew what he was scarcely exceeded eight miles while tho part : : .

Croix Port, blIl; anl. Claret Wines, Jamaica: and St. ono mile of the Chipola. River and two ._ and accounts for a settlement, mid shall apply doing. No longer had he the trace of a trackto of the river at which he was found was 36 '
Rum Imh miles of Mananna, consisting of 5GO acres of oak and
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.-Also a, hr 1 Whi lot of:k Negro}'.Peach Shoes, and,manufactured Co-n\C Brany. : at- hickory Land, /130 of which arc cleared and in cultivation. I to the of hon.fismission County Court as Administrator of Gad dcn County of the estate for Let-of guide him and yet, as the sun rose, he cal. miles from the house. Calculating his daily if '

Q.umc,8.nd Icathcrofevery discription: All of which tcis Mashboru late of said County, deed. culated tho many hours of day light he had before wandering* at 10 miles, we may believe that j -
"ill be sold at a sma.ll advance for cas>h. This Farm is dct-m d one of the most choice in ; Richard THS GRAY, Adm'r. him, and the further went continued to they amounted in all to 400 He riust, tuere t.j :
!&lIa.hllSsee, 1lY 1st. 38-18W IRA SANBORN.I Jackson countyIt is pleasantly situated and admirably fore have rambled in. I
t watered. The Dwelling House and Out-Houses Quinry May 30 42-Gm walk thefaster But vain were all his hopesjthat a circuitous direction r

NOTICE. are in rood order, and .re built only one hundred N011CE.AT day was spent in fruitless endeavors to regainthe which people generally do in such c rcumstan-

L TIIIE subscribers have entered into Copartnership yards from threa bold free stone Springs, affording an the next January Term of Gadsden County path that led to his home, and when night ces. Nothing but tho great strength of bid I

t this day under the firm of Miller fy Putnam abundance :'cool water, and not affected by the most Court the undersigned, Executor of the last again approached tho terror that had been constitution, and the merciful aid cf hii maker ; .
heY'\\'lll ,
attend to the Commission & S torn ire Busi- severe droughts-connected with the dwelling house, Will and Testament of Johnathan Thomas, deed., could have him for
tws supported ;0 long B,
W. MILLER, is a fine garden of three acres, with a Grape Arbour, will present his accounts and vouchers for settlement gradually spreading over his mind, togetherwith .f '
JNO. G. PUTNAM. and a choice selection of Vines now in I luxuriant bear with said estate, and pray to be discharged therefrom. the nervous debilities induced by fatigue, time. I ; -

RfrrloMessrs. ing. The place Is perfectly healthy, and only fifteen B. MEACHAM, Ex'r. anxiety and hunger, rendered him almost frantic --- --4---- i
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Mr.W.Chisolm Maner&and Taylor) Cl J aricstoo, miles If the from purchaser the ChaUahoochee wishes, there River.will be sold with the Gadsden Co. June 5 44-6m He told me that at this moment he beat Fires in /.ontfon.-The loss by fin in the ctg'ofLoudon t

Cot!: Jas.:GaJsden < Tallahassee. Plantation, nil the necessary Farming Utensils; a NOTICE.TEIE his breast; tore hb hair, and, had it not been with its I,i50QOO inhabits ts, is a great

Colm Mitchel Peter Mitchel. small stock Cattle ; a stock of Hogs; Horses, Mules, subscriber will six months from date, apply for the piety with which his parents had in early deal less per annum than in the city of New York I .

t Ml1rkl,June 5th, 1835. 43.GmNOTICE. and \\.gon-Also, a first rate Cotton Gin; likewise the Judge of the County Court of Jefferson life imbued his mind, and which had become with a population of 250,000. This: is owing

2,500 bushels of Corn, and a corresponding quantity county for a dismission from the Administration of a great measure, to the different style of building I
Jf ROPOSALS will be of Fodder. the estate of Isaac Miller, dec'd, late of said county. habitual, would have cursed his existence. and the greater facilities in London fur obtaining .

ofL\\'t Oak Timber received for raising acargo Foi terms, which will be made reasonable, and to FRANCIS P. MILLER. Adm'r. Famished as he nClWV he laid himself on water. In 1834 the number ot fire; in that Metropolis
which thrown into the
. River St. Marks some to was seizure of suit the convevience of the purchaser, apply to June 23d, 1&35. 46-6ra the ground, and fed on the weeds and grass was 482 ; the. number of b liidings des ; r
years ago prevent
- ttcve transporting It. JNO. O. SEWALL, Adm'r.Marianna Book that grew around him. That night was spentin L troyed, 38; badly damaged, 116; slrgl thy damaged "' .5 '
Flo. June 20th 1633. 4G 6w Binding.J .
)
: !qb Apy! at tile 338. Several lost their .
office of the Apalachicolt Land the and terror.I knew persons -Joi.nef I -
_.tn Tallahassee.-June 6th. 43tfTjUE I ICPThe Greenville (S. C.) Mountaineer, and the. NO. BALDWIN respectfully informs hisfrends greatest agony my.ituation. Comro.
Charleston (S. C.) Advertiser, will give the above six i and tie public in general that be has recommenced / he Eaid to me; I was fully aware 'I

, rtbscnber expects to be absent from the Ter- insertions, and forward their accounts to the Admi- Dook Binding in this city, in the store now that unless Almighty God came to my assis- ,

ATJ ry.unl11 September next,and hereby apooinu nistrator. I I occupied by James S. Ly&n Esq. All orders for bind- tance, I must perish in these uninhabited wodda Unpreccdcnttd Income. -
lIi i }siU8 AUton and Arthur Macon,or either of them -- ing will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old We have been told that the
Agtrits and Attorney's in fact dUfin his absence. ;1t'aJWanted to Contract books re-bonnd to any pattern required. I knew that I had walked more than 50 miles, receipts of the ,

ApnUSthlBSS. 38-tf TH. JEI- GREEN. the making of ICK.OOO Brick, for which 98 Tallahassee, March.-7th. (. although had not met with a brook from Camden and Amboy Rail Road during the II-

NOTICE. -- FOR thousand will be given, and the Yard fur- TO THE PUBLIC which I could quench my thirst, or even allay month of March exceeded $$90,090.Jour. 4

; 4 A T the ncit January Term of Gadsden County milled.Yard. and the-Brick Moles JOHN also\V.delivered LA VINUS.J on tho. RECEIVED by the subscribers on consignment, the burning heat of my parched lips and bloodshot of Com. J t $

W Court, the undersigned, Executors of the last une 20ih, 1835. 45tf Orleans three months ago, two eyes. I knew that if I did not meet with --
Testament marked J. B. Peachy No. 1 and 2 and \ -r4
iland of Cot Owen Fillyaw Boxes containing
deed.,
.ip H their accounts and vouchers for settlement, NOTICE. a variety of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. some stream I must die, for my axe was my Inthe city of Mexico tumbrils j re sent rouafl ,

UJd estate, and pray to be discharged thcrefrom my absence from the Territory, Paul The owner of which is requested to coma forward, only weapon, and although deer and bear now by the police to take up those who are drunk.-

MEACHAM 1 -, DURING ,will act as my agent, and Edward praTe property, pay charges, and take them away and then started in a few yards or even feet 01 They are kept in a night, and made to work i ia
'v. D.> HARRl Z rs.enCo. C. F. DUERR & \0. the streets fqr three with 11 cit. roup4
ON. ) Chandler as my Attorney at Law. me, not cne of them could I kilt; and although days g Jiicfr -
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:: : lire Charge u'AfT.iret>f Franc? 11 linn; otherwise, i is evl'ct.t uat no consuleratiun Jqiivocal terms, arul of course, according fo !| probation, exbaSnr; nr. it dors witlTtTutn **
V From the IRishington Globe cf: Third7;/. thinks i it! his duty to j>rotest against special comtnunication of national injuries could ever lake 1aee. The I argument against which I contend, neither France loHs.desire of the Gorcntnent ,t* &.
L The deep 1 solicitude K.b ."'n'ralv! and so u.iMi-: ; and to point out the particular passajros Message, crilicaSly! examined on this point, con I nor F.ngland: conk' delil)erate, tinder its presume, tln.tcd Stales to rnaina i t.e inosVhbe'rPle f'
I' : 1 rally felt by all I to be coirccily adxiWu of the acJual | iii a correspondence of an American Minister tains nothing more than such an enumeration of,'.without d shonor. Yet the Emperor of Fran e, hr: relations wi-h the in non to whit ii vu, fl"retlited

i : bfcite of O'ir teaio! > uit'lFtanre.! xvi!' 1)" relieeed ', xxith his own Government, to the publication of the causes complaint.. As to its terms, the most 'certainly an unexceptionable judge of what 'Iti'I anti ,it Sincere tlbrt to remove illAmencon -;
by a P-TU of i ihe ii tirre.-p..ulcUi-c \xh'.cii! ; i J wtuelt; : be objects. If the principle I contest is just, fastidious disposition cannot fasten ou one thai: I 'dignity"of ibis country required, did accept the ) s rntrc.ss1ous, nl It) Sst he hhe fcehrv "
:. will be fouu.! sn ivjr r.>t jnis: of to-day. T..c'tlocunicnls the Ch.irjre d'Ailli'Hs i : h-rijifhl ; he has dope his could be excepted to. The first refusal and subsequent condition, dd: repeal hit: Berlin and Milan Decrees usceptibility tl.y eCItCtI-WhiIe cvcri whese Ihie-y have bten
S spra'.c n ; ( soditleient and mlcl.urih I duly tts a violent ; of the Presidents, of the ew al the same tInC it thi' eith
1, 4I11ulg supervisor delay are comphined) of but no tiiiwor .d iul not make; any complaints act as a tlircat a rOer firnine (
I.. : !? as to leiV4 us DO ro. m lot'! useful comiiie.its j correspondence. If I Ihe principle i is admitted; evet j 1 1i thy mojixes for cither aie charged or insinuated. hough il called it an injury. C'ernmcn' ,-an any ver expecaIjoii
if W4' xvero disposed i to oiler I them. The i ry diplomatic agent at Washington, do I lh.' same, I''and 'On I the whole-, if I xvcre commissione-l to explain V Great Htitam too, although al thai lime on no an inn ru. i t'it'C in'-onsn cut with the rstt( OjJ1ititjon'
S.. : ground) III"2! by our Guvcrnu ei'lisso i just as not j' tve shall have twenty censors of correspon and defend this part of the message, I should say 'l I Ixviih friendly terms with the U. States, made no com-J! ; or make -.ncssioti> mrompat.blc spirit of rr,.
1.1 admit 4.f LIlt:,' tt.iiuj; like serious diversity of|g deuce of the Govcinment and of the public press. the conviction of truth, thai il is impossible \plaint thai her pride was otlended-her Minister : *eI-resp.-t. The Pt 'dcnt i. Prsa4'e: its
'. ini tn :I : llie: Auien<.au 1'CIlt'-I we ; I I.IhtV' principle i is correct comniunicaiion j oh- will; hi-sustained i in i the-- iVu- lhLt
l21II4 ; every l to urge a complaint! in inildei or more temperate on the spol even made a declaration! that the !| opinions t ?I ,'
.IJ'\ ; i.jjot.iucn in ) ) ; that; for once, in a m.iller xvhich the Prcsidem nukes;, in relation to our for- I tt rms; but 1 am noi so commissioned.% I am i tNi.IN orders vcre' repealed. Il is true it was sentiment of the Amcru: an people, and hv
:: V ie: r'y affecting tlic inleroot an.l honor: of tin! : t'igu all-lire i cither to the Cnnirrc s or to the Pub- I linvoriug to shoxv not only thai every proper C11'a j : disavowal, lit the disavoxval was acc-ompanied ;j carry into lie a retirement, which h trn'q, ,1} .
j jrhy porary, "etnr
coincioii-n '
'. M'.mlry/ ?iull "i>resi.'ui ai undivided front ioike I V j lie, o'lj' ht in prudence to be previously submitted i ito I 'aflaII'III is jrivcn in my letter to Mr. De lligny. ;h fit) objectonsio the hiv as a threat: Should! t KTinH v.vir ,!hn: r, hv ? fnvill n..t t'ty ? J I h5 rN
vrontl? V these) ministers, in order to avoid dispute and of the 2th of last hut in the of the r r b2,> ,
January ; that, express Vt I obj-ciioii he to I the nature I remedy pro- ; nations 'tyinr t follow c tr/t n*. nr.,1, !r"
: lK\r.TMnNT OK STVTH, \ troublesome! ) :i nil humiiatiu! i KIM
,V V July 1st, I *.;.'). $ J principle be submitted to, neither! dignity r.nr independence ;;, : Government; in I thuir denne to execute the I tl.e olH'ii.sive part, it would be ea-vy: to s1iov ; xvi rid aP'! -ciationcftn!
.t; V In oe-mi'leralKjn: of the nrmy important inter- is left to the ration. To siihmj e\en !i'to 'trc-iiy, was rot sloti 1I t'If. Suf.or; ire to draw your /that: il .stands on the same ground with any other j J I nm. sir \>ry rcsrct-ifully, yntr ,v' cj'
V *>*tV'i nueried vvjtli the u> uioi.s beixvi-en) ihe U. t a discreet exercise ofsurh a pravt.eu'c.ir11' ': IXn'lencattention'! I to the passages: alluded to. |j-'r remedy: lhat it is not hostile iu its nature: : that it (SIghed JOHN ,
V 4Stk1.V-: au.l France, ihe I\xdi-liMt has directed the be troublesome: and dcizradin! ; and tiie incvt.Me: | l In ilitI1--'L tl-i! nature: of Mr. urruiicr'.s eni ( ;"ban l been lesorted to by France to procure redress : -- -wF ---- --.- .

11)e.1t)1 of the iV.lov. li'-tj dc'uneotk: abuse' of j it t could not be borne. U 'nct. i tiere-:: i :liajTe ment, I siy 'it is clear, I iheiellirc! I that lIi sro |i'lj I''om other powers, and by t them against; her,
V V i l lore, I be, resisted at the thresiVl.l.! and .'.-; entr uuvj'forbidden 5 xx-as: rcrpurc-i:: : ir..u: 1 the exj.rrsMon of a de-he on I xviihoui producing xvar; but such an argument is L_ 9mfl1t
.V [:Mr. I.iv5noi to ...- !Hucde 1r.he.1] t ? into the Finciuy; of domestic COHKI.lations. .!- ; '. I ihe part; of t Ils \1I)4t\4) : Minister' 1 ;, t to eXeeut'* not nctvssar') This i is not I the case of a uitiou 1 :
S L'.a.xTi IN 4ir mi; U. STXTES, > l But, whatever; may he the principles of '' tiie; I rent I v ; a Jc.sm', Ihc t-incerilii o/' which iras { -I' measure: either of menace 01 action-it i J'.irn, AjMiliSili; 13)5.) 5 4)lher Governments, those of the Unit< d 1 Slates; an- : 4* 'U'vcr ;doubted but n'hich miirhl Ii" ',,firn////'ir, n.si i viMiiiiiend.iti.'ii I only of one branch of Government I IVo L S.'I1EJ.y! ,Jr14Y[
t His! Kxc/iietcy; f fixed'-tne I i ri ht will I I i never be aevntwVd! l.rt'd, and I i j'any "Hi (?i''OdItVlLSflC1I1 depended urt flit' vulc < /' Ihc : anoihei! ; and France has it-elf shown that a i I : V _V_ is
1'jt_ iiic tie Hro-ilie; Sc. : n I I elupt -In enforcf it. xvill I by rWirr.-i.5 The
repelled by the ; t proposal; of this nature could! not be noticed as an Oration dihveied! by Win. M j .
V Sir:-ALou: t.) icturn to oxvn rountry I am t undivided ( I1'L'v of! tin* nation! I !Fvcelle'icy the of ihe xvhich
my I pray your! j Ag on. rq aUinrr delay oCt'IiI'S iflJ'iiCf. In the year SOS the Senate of the Uni5 several other articles ;, -.' Icft untifnevT'"f
rred!
inwi.iiir; : to ie.ixe this without addinir one more j lo observe! I tint my argument does not i ii e.l l iu th V- month of December, I say, "It I l* refer- j ted States annexed to I ihe hill! of toii-intereuu rse a I| |or.int of time Cl6
riTori.lo lit;" ni.iny I hive l.cVvtoJ'-re mde to n-s-; j i deny a rijiht to ail I! foreign ;powers of li king proper red to, I i ,r.'-II tT5C I in order to shoxv! ) tiil: il vas I[ M'dion I xvhich not only! au .i-t'tI hut actually: aniliorid t : anti r )-o.n.
tore Jo lt. '.!ii that; mutii.il 1 r): d undcrst.mdin exceptions to I the l jiovernmrn1! acts and l.miruairc ; | produced by a ilt-siie, on ihe I part of his Majcsly's I the President to U-uc letters of rnarqe- I The 1
i xvli4'. Iir: JK'iniere ts ixNj'iiie, and which pro- of another. Ii I is Io their iuierfereun. m its '' :Ministers, thb.tter! lo assure llie pts.l..rt'; : ; and reprisal against both France and! England! turin Com-ei.tion of (;ViV.-i;: |la,* p .
1 UiMe 1 eveiits may: interrujit i and! 1 pcrlnp1) s pcrmzicntiy ;.- consultations! in is i( proceedings, while! xet i m an j'' I,!' la.x : of IhK sir, I never had: a doubt, am! if ihe one did not repeal the I Btrlin and Milan DC- j ,o, n ted Miirtin I Vin I5un-u, i fr t iie| Prw,! a.1

I tloxtrijy. :! inchoate: state, lint xx-e object. Should the Pie- I j"inmifdiale.y I ; so alvise'l I : i my': Government, and f rees, and the other d'nl! not revoke I Ihe Order's in I [(iciri ru \I. JIhhnsoli f .1 t the VicPrf ,
From; she c.ineS'Hmueniv, and acts < >f His l\Ia | s: I i H ; .1 j'i ;is : lad perfecily ;it {I v .ly's G.ix niiiiciit; siuo.te! Mesvij/-- ihc IVeiilinl eijn r, or u ; i powi ; : re j j'"quiesced m itchy. must I j Ueprescn lives, but it wai; complete as: the net i iof flI :,sS nt3nIt-il; i'd as ., ; ;
: ltr ,
: tf Ji.ilrile it ;is i i if : i :it'l o : : !) should a '.ixv be pished injuriou' to ili! :> dimity ol' made in the Mcssaj, hut ll-at a '. i i.> expres-ly! st-j ;' of it is an indignity-both powers Ltd: I' Georgia. The t'ii'Ctj0i! -n thi Sir
1' tt' fVtiUC* i ii ut .,iv i '.i cjioin.'cnt!' on ]I! anoil-er nation; I (iu al1' I th-ean.lother: 1 si ml.ir; cases; l'a l ted in the first cxtr.ri. full justice xxas done :atVashiii :Minislcrs ou the spot and I ihe dignity of neither :-take( > place; on I the firsi Moud.iv in Ocioller "nerShould -
I xj>i.ui; iieems lo Ipvehccn oll'ended. t j -.- I ih.r Union pirty s.mvd: in eWI

JVIi'ss. i>c, :ui-l ofvithh.! ..!il.nj payment: of an acInovoJ (i received, :and i air.x\crcd; in I the nrinner I that justice \\ bile I tie delay is complained of as If the view I have now taken of the subject he I 'their candidate! lor Go -crimr, i!u.n. will] tea( 'fj
!V.l i1< hi nn'.jl ;.t-; : i itJ: 1 hj'jven fora | :ii.l: a Fl.gVIr1 to the dijmly* of the complaining xvronjr, no improper motive.-: :are ;attributed to the e i.-net, I have succeeded! in conveying |o ; i j I 1 no (doubt but thai tlit- t Irctorat; vote of ) '
5 pji.se%l iu'e] *onun ill 4U-.ii.Ui.inif] it. The hare ;j j'Siibi'ily nation would require. j (Government I in C.IU-MIIJ it.I A jain; sir, I the xvholelenor Majesty's :Ministers i 1 llie conviction I myself 1II'I! I 'viII beL'iven! to M.irtir Van (
lii.tl ihs< ;, M ini U; bj enkrlained !! After st-uiiLj) these principles, let! me add that I I Ii of that part: ol my letter xvhich relates to lint lit) riiTht exists in any foreign nation: to askexplunations Uauti anj IL M
;iii1 JC' I tii I I 1jV1'S ( ;ovci-iiiti t, i they! Imve not only: IH-CM I thforelie.dly! adopted, b'it 1 I I lic! execution of I Ihe! promise made: by Mr. Serruner of) or even to notice, any commnninlions Johnson in November 13t.?
V $** 3tlL.1V it : : 1b; nt ii 13: ) i 4. "V )! tj h' i 1 th.it tliey have: been practically asserted. On two i xvlnle it asserts the contiuction put upon it belxxcen the diflert nl branches of our Go- I\
13:21 I 41'4 .ii 1V14 he Sfiii.M* in of ujijif || 1 1V 11'.111F iC :.: soi! : excepiions of the sunie uatuie :; I Ii by tiie President to ftC the I I lrte one, and apjieah i x eminent t; I that I to adnvil it even i iu a single! I instance: { Fi rm 1se kci' I1'ct :::
iL' :: V i I Ijn went.iltin iiie PixsidentV; AIe ( ::: a..4.* : ; )i:'> l'i"-tt: 11I( .a Ut .trlc, iou ; yet U avnd: char inir the Frcticii Goj I j tion Irom I nalional: I dignity; and tint In the I present {J i on a vi l'.j it I to Tent essreltci not inti! 1 ",.
pri.r| :iJiciti.ui lo tinv'I ic1 ir ot .r ( ;I MI-II lu-e anv* other explanations!; than that dcrivei! t vi>rnmentith :any i titeul lull.* violation; attribu i ij in.siance! an explanation that ou rht lo he salisfiic- return to his- Govenmu at of Flori-.Ia. iv"n..vernor ,
V i,. ihi.luii.'s *f JK Cosef .M.i sjr.iii.% id the I j; from the nati-ire <:f our Government, .'In.i! ihis eeni :j !liiiit I tln-ir del! IV iy io :;n crncieir.is con .tiur.tinn I only; j! : try tins been voluntarily: : given; I have then def it issaid, mlend< eM-iUishb": a piam-uU
;Ej'i'!r1 1t-V- i, i*:<>; .Hlojj Mi, .i ;.i us ;ii cl :rnhii'.vnre j'; ' i." d14L K i si-jiii.j.' *: ix, ;?, ui 4 il raiMex.u'i anoits ;] ; ; 1 m holh I i c.asi.s ifio obj'viioi;:? xvcre virlmlly ;aj lt have entered mto ibis detail; xvitli the ohjecf of I j :supposed light i.; not only in.drr.i-.sal: 5c! but is tj '> t >rm us xvhrth! the re'). rt i.s irue. '

.1 V rfilcu I* rjld sei' i e iv.ilisrd. :an.] ii .it] it> 1t"I I j j b'io ioneil. Oi e, xxJioii I Messrs.J JMii-i.iil! i Gcrrx sho-Aiu-r ii-| J aih! : uili; the Mini.-tef.-of I I ihe; IIIIg i j !tally unt'.cc-'sar, ami c-.jr.-equcntly, I that His M ijiiy's In reptu! the abovt xxv c.m oii'y say, il,3.!, ,
.'.irt'-; A.ii iiMr.v i a J ijiK'ni'-n-y: 1 iUY "i :]h- ; jr"V j .i'i.i 1 i1iiikn'2:4'I t nfu--eJ I to be receiveil ; and i ; *' M.dn! il.e; int'-ipn alioi's; w-uch tiiey! feem to .i j jl ; :Mini i '.in :> may: at I once dt-cLre! that previus stich rumour prevail IIV-rt'. Ii Ut.'ue t I.
M, V *. I'-] uiK.il.: v:j 's :: uf i j f l c niii j jJ.etjfv ..j.- :-.. in the negoiiaiiua l bJ J .vei !1 Pnuce Poli ;.iac; I iij\i-: iven!) t s Mr. Jferrurlir'ti prom': ;;ri\ Iii explanation.; given by the Mini:trr>> of the is 'J.it| ; GKaton -,-,
tie i : it at Jlh}4 'r l Jjis :MijcviyV (Govern :.ii4.i! 'I r. Kives ;' in the '.briner c.ie, Ml louijij 1 ihe e >t! ;' uvd! ieuise've.s! at libi-rly to sis f r tl.e; re- !J 1!United Spates; and Mibsequent'y' aj.prtived by: the now .scnding; his surr'rn.in Tenne> .
V I 4Li31* U '** j it 1,1 t i.M'x]'< !;. i- lli i the eruiM-: I >ent.jii ii >f te; I lav i-nti': tie- period xvhich! I hey i} I I I'rc-idi: I, I had aaltsUcd them on the :-ti Isjcct of I the I j hut intends resrlsu.g; I ere II.! :.< .'jitCr. \Vc a;
tuiv' 4jj4 l ;iii 4.t;,*sie: of 4.rU! : 4It:3, :uiu i" i lH J'ti.e ivfos.i! t lii reive the lii'1 lers, yl xvjJoout ti.! > t' '. '.\vo"M bt-.t s, cure( i-j: .success, vtt the I\ ?4 that he has; xHttea r< .1 tiit-u.l! i..re, mj -:.

.ft- : I;) 1, 1.U: tt \ ii1 rz'r4 ivcJ j. 1 anv 1 sticJi t X pl' : I ItlI, the.NMceessors xvere I:iiitit'.lli't > I're.sident mtei-|,rv'r! Uit: pjoiiiiM> dillerently.t niolivc': ; of i my Government; dm 1 in-; 1 li.tcottiMVcr j king inquiries after a tr ict ot !land m titviciti..-
,. tylftl Uy "i.-.url, ii isniauK'J! ih.il ff t : .:. .. : '4 :acciediti! d. In tiie lattei' e. .s-'. tn-! allusion t % lei !iun ihat in C-MIM! ; ijnenc of it he had l*>r 'ho'n: .v.I &'hl'IC 1 y, have heen nil>;inder.sioo.I! 01 | (of T.ahass!! : ;% doubt! s '.vitft a v>>w nf ;

V I m<3 p1(4.:! ', i iThe iu i the message to an j.pMeniied; -liision: xvis j;I to do u'lint niietit!! be siri,<-ily e.illvd a d itv, an I j r.ol properly appit-ci.tted, and the question is daily \j.-:;-ts ; the sar-.ii-! : ? : J! sc'il' iiZ! ; prc :
among! ts.:
l.itiU of ur C! HVttii: <* t, n:>J ihe fuu* ; excejfted io; h'U the reli rei.ee made by Mr. Utve.id .-. :i .' M-erMf tu it i1' ;) sI l'U' nice had not IaVu: pi re, j rhnngi: : i iis character. A negotiation: ('nIer( ti :
;: :: "JitijH < 1 Uiv President :' < a oin j* MutJt j art I Jiutaa; their n-ld: 1 oi i.i ibis s jhj *ri, lu'en saili i I lo leivt remox'ed lii'j IILflz)9' : j'--i'-.d; :i di.ti.etk l I to t Calais.: '1' i.tt- Sir, the I no posilive obligation( (hit I their governcat Mayor: of Nexv i'nrl L tnisMiui l.is pra.:

: ; 'ieiiU ei'pl.iL: 'ti in ,; ;(' : & :21' 2te' ihe ( *uic ILtiuy of !H iu any, case; ; .en.i: Jheir! Cntef .M-'ijisiiair! : i his e.Miniry had, :a ri ;iil io complain, tloes not make ntilied by the const it utsoiud organs of the t' : f fur such inli>rninit I < I t. r.-> x-ill !lrui u. L tl.c aj*
t lliL f2Ii4.i i Js Jal.; l. I have,: Ihfjejniv; iiiile to ; I io he rjtiL'sjioned! I h.I i :; 1;: rei .| in i of to'ax 1 and i
, r ary : iry vvernrnent_ i >injr'e unpt.tatioi: mfiopi r motive, :and t o\vers' ehanged,, I tl.e piivate into a pullic rigiit.: I prehension convirti i :in itt f lii perjMii, .r JK-
; itl.j Jo thai 15.u I *Vt1 j :, :! ii-,'in" i-.ie'ion, he olli-rs a % : I| The Government acquired by it a pet feet riiiI =sons eiiffaired: in tie ifr.ri.ms dtv> ,''vrrlrch
3 I -lr.iV3i 1 iif4 111t' 1 lo.: ;j. 4if :1 it on its-! stipulationsAll: doubtas! to tl.eirjii ; took ihe h,
J4: Jui'.fi: >* t' .* \*f.iiit 1 in hi'ijjiM ili- it. li'it : :o '.oi-i: ler th% e ic af 'ijh /' | I place on rveuriij t i f Sunday: ; th21ilut.; .
* ; < : i< a< :r I < > bemi le j part of I the Mfsi _re which seems to 1 have; j -, .;'i'e seem noxv to have been removed; and! e' '.
i..il I4t't ar l iu! iiii'1-'rriitu.il, tin* .*f :o.ired 'is te! e-indilion -AL-.i j by xvlncfi Dr. McCaiFrev: xvas \\\\-1.\t tDltl
jirjinvilc- : UC'UMIi ti : ti.e fu'iiiine! : of V kV' i *t'iii*.: fr m' ihiu C ninui! I h..* nl: *( tcei. .! treaty nr iny: i uic-uuary: advant;. e w. s to de- xviycU: :! after a statement I of I li.e I causes; of complaint! I i lo he pi 't, xviil! be stverely SC'' LiLUlt/Cl by i it'.e
'i'in' l'iv J *iir : the rJiief rxem'ivo i' ;jj'.jd. The le.fiif.; .- uoi! a jitioii need nfJIn. //. bnrs.-Tle fif: .- .TrrivsUfntm
'k r pov.vr,I It I projio only I it; enU'i's into a consideration of the measures t t.> | i i'ohtjiu : impartial! : xvorld.Vh: i character xvill be <;i ixeii
: :1LUh- : a fixv ui 1 etilire i.r ,, itt-.l !o s':. i'.,* it i xxould! l .-j not only iu idnii si- red i'ess, xvhich, in similar cases, are sane- i to a t it fus-il to pay; suc.t :a debt on I the allega! : ,| r'nropt-: in the u. ii:i i choty nlt.h.j.'hict' t/!
4 : 1 .. 4i Vt I ;t I ) )1 ( i but rtj'% 'led as niiensix-e to ihe naliun Iii vliiii 1 liotieil by the laxvs of nations. The C'imphiiit'[ ) i i'seems l lion, xvlieiher well or ill Join-d-'d, of an .dfence u:> death; of this hiuhly act'r>fr ; lislo.l; n-! t'fi55j: Litiv.
' ..- s4iu 1 jts.i.'t iuiJtnii.jj. 4- ,L* ;: Jj.; !ht b':' .1I.frezc4l. In this-eac.e it v.'o'iM! be ilisi'iMsrui of '
that I iu
un- Lit I the
:i ellic'icy national 1 !honor does heroine The
i i.mil i : I it not I I me to iay. I event is I Ihus :annoi)Itt'J hv fin c MT*'<;'M !iJti'
: ih' ti ; nf :f.* wjry. ns well as inadnnsHMe.; I'mncc lum ,
.
V ; c i1Vt1i7i.Cf I'fe.ich, ;i t fnciu-u l The
fIt| xx'i.jfix'eii{ Fienrh iiatioo is the List lhat XVonl.f! tvt-r ,Ml"thf!
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'! I ; -.viiii tV:.':! MJ *4 o. -. < :. .i :< > ,'t< > u rj.. ; V lri..ly irr.uxvd, !Iiy: the volmdary act of iie! Piei; i I) iepri-ui: >. *oijvifvred] .is a lemcdial!, not as :a hos- .' ureciate: national: ; honor by number of imliio.is ap ; 'lorning Iffrft'Ji .
j : :
,1 ; ajoii H'i<'n. !t rix-'t '; ii j4i i- ilr> ih<' ".-t-tIM 'ii% eveiy expiunalion xviiicii I the nicest sense j i it tile mea-Min ; and ihi.i has been construed into a | i il t could: xvithl.u'd! ;as a comptM.suti'any lor an injury i i 'I regret to add that ?Ie I ;'iriily: -'f.vl! nnli.f a
,1'V .st fiv .f 4..t1I. 0.;I' r.ior could tle>iii'i I'h.l xxn.oii rodd: l menace.: If any; explanations! xx ere necessary; : ouI olftred lo it. The( United States, comme.cial; a : >mpisl.ed! ,!i.t patient I n.re!; ainf itn>o; sulFiTin *
. V \Viticji lie i < MM'j..i1 i-t ;.- '. f iu V .in! li\e 'ot i-i: I lo demand! hit xviiicii: I 'this Feiicin Ht-irnns is no m >re. She tli"! *):) ?:itr-
< &A4t < ::iI 'V i xeji :a MII t ht-'id, lin'v are iven m the Message it.1 elf. t they are, are the List: thai would! settle such
:: :i i I
I *141 f i. ..' 1'v i sj''xerhc i'.r.vn <>u the rondilion! now Ui.der iii'I; I It 'I i.theie I e.\pivs-iy; disavoxvt.l: i, and the p.f.vcr 'ic<-' silts I. The proposilion I allaue to xvou.'d hti; (day flight, :arid n.-et her (Tit*: xvtt'i nil the r.iimiv
: : V iLi..1 : i .14'J .L' z ti.: ;t t f hi st 4%x : I .luli |;roceed to show, h"sbro) its lliirht! lo anotlur and a ktttr
f
tI'' i.i :i rt''t'l\\'l K'4 ''le K (k'snoiisdl'ie-ionnir; llie :tr-'i'i! undej-: i do whii its sense itt justice denied If the meas- i 'i'o avoid the !po >>ibiliiy of flhiapprC hcnsitin, I |' tvortd, '.''ttere tle "xvicl-ed'' cease from ir-itiWii'iJ;

()1IiIF;:! 11I V.4).VC4I1V1VII1.V) : : ij rv 9 s1's ',V4i "l L. slaii'l.n j h i-.veen the! txvo iiilons: as so.iu as ;: 1 I ure to xv' icii I have; mo.e; tlnn denied. If the repeat, thai tiiio communicaticm i> marie with the I and the! \veaty are at rcet.
: V ;ii:)i.Jirl !! i OJW.TI! lo j; .dtiit''I j was-j :measure V wlnc'i' I hive more than once ;alluded: $ -h./r'e, '! view of :apprising His M'sjesly's Governintiii I
;
;j.ice )l f il.iiinly h< is :-u1ijcianu .:i :; ..lionit i Nijp; : ie.-ed: : e.'i ry tefliMi! ; uhicn ihe mo.! j 1 dion'd'! In1 r.-sorted lo, and! the humiliation attending I of the! con>equer.ses aliemliug I ti.e measuu; *. Tie: frauds that have ven [lately! prnctic-j! cfI' pc
I 1 1ii* 4 uv xa f>'ii Sv* of j t'.c1v 1 .v I "f : ; ;' .., ; tint dr; aii.sjciion| UMS c.ilr lilies! ;, a e. iii--iniv; !: .\itli it could he cnduicd, and xvhich, wi/hoil sueh notice, they C might tiC I inclitMdIt the Creek Indians in Alabama, in chentiiuj t; 'iijof

I ') hi Ct : ;' i V! 3LT5. i41 t.i s ; l-1 produce, and;l 'j ii:''Ut '.'.'.. : for <-iraciions l 'i'iI if; i it t iveie p.'s.-ib.e, under si.eii; eircnu.i' lai.ceto -', t pursue I ; lhat I : alihouirh! I am net ;autlioii/cd I I I ti p 1 t their l l.nds, r.re legit mug; to tlC'FiI'C in-n.--

;. i' an :;k'f', 're,4: of !lf I \ !iri&cm-d, ou lily oivu) n's-o; : ili.hiy, to m.ie! .i I !trive ait exoMS'ial-on, xvhat nmre cuu.J;! be rei ; Male xvhal: muasine C will he take i by I ti.e l"iiit-d I I j selvrs.Ve hesitate no iu sayiuir, lint xvlrtn: l lgovernment >
;..r4_ ;; % ; '. '... 't coiimiuuie.ili'Mi, to yir predece- i : niiice' .:i 'i I U-e I tiiiiti | > f.ililamed, ill tl.e Mt'-si!r .' ll-e.f. Slates, xet I speak confidently! I it!' I his' pririple fted this and
shall h.ivt a
U.'. -- \Vcre r. ::> 1' t ;! ;;, 4 : : 14J II j I tiie SJil-j ct. Iu ljnund', r i tiirv erve lh.it Un, 1 1i.:1 i it xv i n-ii intended; as; a m''iuce.: ? If tneii5'.siiie ibt-y have adopted i I and have no d.uhi: they! xviiiluver s matter
V tc i* **vi*.ed. }.full denciimcment oftiu I nlliiir had!, th! :1 it v. -

ivhe!],:'! tr.i1 ari'lJl-nril v. .%:: : r ; i d-i in iyttl'ive: .:n', I 'i-tt I I I liiou! 'I.V.I I, v.\ud! nave t: i, rind Mib.mtlcd: !to, x. ht; '. ttih1 His Majc-sty'f, Ti.",:> i llie t la ;t c mrn'Miicatioli: I fhall; have the ''present as diMiusimir sciicme: of'I nfhti ,

-*v. tv.ry in cotjiiniu-.l o ': 'r4'v'r :.;'>: 1.r, tit riirhaVniir j ; ; r-no\vd all inj'--i.: :: : liu ressj.j.ts.: I'ms js Jlie :i (i-r.-'Tiiiji1; ut t'CqIJI'1: : :. Iiovr.va I of aiiv I in honor t IV > muke. It I ;s < \ ctatnl by a sincere desire j perjury) aui fraud as leo; ever been ncK-; .!.-War!
cli au-jcdin' l. ilv ':!.J lu a i\\u\ : lit -'l of 1ie! l 1:11': -(.. eircuuiai.iuci's: I liavc itnfioiulluei.ee Gou.icilsof: !Frmctt threats? |
I o txTu'li io xx tjicii : j !tLr! by ; j j t-- iCot--r' a iro'.i! ; '..genre, wiei:: ) sie.ns: to :ie I Iclii of room prevents us fro: j publi-hing! ai: artHeir1on -
V hy 4lena: iiiiijr a 1i.i\ov, d! .':* f-.ery t:>i-.i-e: : ..liit'Sed! forlu'.i .le T in: bemir !mnde: bei-'ne l any dej j 1'ney I have it .1 Ii i iily. I Ii t li rm> a purlof i lie very" 1.1 :. ;eicd by ''le: very mean-J: nitei.di-d: to c-'U I this j>f.'ject.! xvhich! x\e !IlitJ in thv !;.!cir. iI'
'..t44ijirhl icoin: olltn-ive: i :iu,! ao e_ p ; : tJ:: of 1 j I miid: : iioplyii; : :' rril: to u-nuire it ; itinuute! m I iu--inmicnt'.viiir.h! r.i >td i lie i i lift nee, and 1 xvill j solida'e! it.-'--\Yhitev"r fie iiie result, the United |
:' V' ;.veryv..id to v.lucJi ;ui nnprojKr |. -:: :j j j41ilJ i'" t.lititii.r. xvithr.ut any Kuo ii'dg'% of ic!; pre I do tiieiM iije inju-slic" to think lint they couid: lot III Stales; m I iy appeal i t. S ine i xur.i.l to tear: witness; ;; Lnquirer.Lnok; .
..Uiiuti?. -Ti.-v j iiicij-' ', ii.erdort.haa: hc-n;i i e..sc; ;par: *. V <;I( the Mc.I tji/ie/ xvliich: 1' .i11.\; U-J: lnl: Jio fj ei jrii j juver Irrs :a liijSitl.i -VI 1 .SWers ton'! iliut: iHX'e-ii'cecome.! to my liiioxvleil:n'. The: ncces-ily: )!' ( '. (',! -- : .? ihe nature of the and t ihe dignitv of I their Government, they have: I Out. -An a Iii' is in c.-tiiVKiau i wnt
L :::4- ii. i.Jlif32S t f ;u.y thtiijT ;!hat the PIcilen1) i 1 c-iu easily:! conceive ih.it; the c' uiiuiunicaliou( ii t' \ remedies: for tiie: n' n-ex' cution of the treaty, the never sxverved fn>m the respict due to ; hen selves j, Burke county Georgia, -and haran--utii ihcneirst4
1tL'2 !f hh fujnti >r.s thinks) whic'i 1 ..- M.ade :1'1 1 staled xvithoul 1 and! ; in t fix-.M': of immediate: einincipati.: '! AiM>vrrM'r"uf
I ) projcr lo j ( ; expu-s ( e..ar.-'cUT; : spirit i.i which; it was; IMC! :aie ex- I and from thai: winch thev owe to the Go.'LfiiiiL'"t L | '
i..u'.Jo to G1J1.lV*.'?, or tifany eouifvc he i iiv.Mi piv.i--us :autli'.riiy fr >in my Government$ imijht I j plained in my lelcr so olten referred to, and I I France. | a panation! caught him, tied hi.9 upoi tl.e! sand ?'
V JIi.iy a1 t.cin *. ;public. 'l'ji! > rule i> litil! ;< ;>- : mil l ax V iiid the elifct xvhch;: its matter: xvas intended I; pray your I Kxeeiltr.cy; lo considder the concluding: I pray your Excellency! to recei.e the assurance1 |; : "*:-ive him 50 lashes i; nd let hii'U..r! <\.
; 1iet: i.' a he <> r i'ennier.t: of the United Suus'i I I lo f pro.lnce I hat it I has Cilice I (us I haxennxvi i I pirt efofil, bi-giuuiug: with ;she quotation 1 have: S of iiign consideration xvitli xvhich I hive the lion- i .V. r. ff.4 Var.
V 12v ul, it c.ininionvah! il, to a'ihc : 1t4se 1hirV.h i I liie h ijor li ol.ediei. I servant.LimVAllD .
; c-: '!I'* .ioiial: ): i-ove-- ... < ..ihsZiihtitt-iJ J the I Hri'sideut! hi-I :j full I :and omjisalilied! appro.lation : j I mat; no expinalOi! : of ibis part:t of ihe I Me>s:';je, LIVINGSTON. The venerable! J.MiSf1RBriN this' HerDoii1ny
i:11: 41jlljVFtt: i.va4fi"x.: ro ; i..n, dtiroushn' : ; !ht: it is ic'\ ...-aiy: lo.id.ilh.il this vo j wani'ccis..ry; or could! be required, I should find Point, and re-ivfltd md ionoi.'iI ..fiHinriiixpiivd
l1 Z'ui lV ? ::2'erfl; ii, : !IIIVi ,, ,- jrixen!:I l.eiuie !h' *j ..dmy! ii-imMi'u: : : nfaninien j I it i m I the oji'n'ion), rritniv.ly a j j.ist oe: ex preyed [Mr. Livirtgsturits Mr.: Fi.rsyth ] I IW at his svsidrnee iu Iit It1tt'IJ. (\ i iI
V r- ix c :AV'4Pf. 4)1') jI', 'i'Iijt' and i i idj-jiemfencc, cinit the indemnity! due by ihe Tie.ily; jriveu not or.ly j lion 4if the PitMiIuit not i'.iving been atlopted byi Sir : After luviug1 by my note tu the L'tikeclej illiiCs: .
,, V 'onin l4 liu' criMj'jences of other inleifer-I when he w..s IgIlsslIlit of .tny sue!, iuteni but I II i ; the I itt lit'r branches itt the I Government, it was not IJn igljs', da-d the -' 'th "AnJi* : List, made :t fnal :. br: !
'1 -i i-.'. \\ jj VLl liv: are *. i, :-ss; they boon xxiil he, I xvhen In* V.MS: iufonnod by Fiance ihat: she mien j a n.nioiiMl act, and could not be complained: : of asj tu priseivv a jro-.d nndesar.din: betxvoen the 1'isi- (COMMC .:Ir.tTD.: )
k i-.t; : eei-i! !t "in r<'jvjii.!;' and .. ii thai i iSn cNx! to execute Ihr tiealy, an.l saw by ihe !axxixvhich j sih'h. Nay, in ihc nole prp'-cnt'xl) hy Mr. Serrnrier teat' ts.au'-j; an-i Fi.'n- ':, l by bu estin such r.it-an> o! E./i.Vr.-What 15 th-s: I l -: r ? :\'it' :
I .-lu ttiu xvithill Town at St. Joserli's Bay' More nw '1'-r'r
I < nor nt I ihf uiic ( oil'r and lie
other
::i ,u l" i }: ; :<'"', n :ii ..< re ; '.'i t.uot to thelil.eralovevnihtJi' lered! by: any sur'i conditioti. Tims, that i i' :sihea easnrts ufiich! ii announces, (Ins recall and the country u that i 1fl
to ai-cfp' I dt'ennined' to arail inVM-lf of the tea% e it must lie nll'-wed w? a ralt tnterp
< > f i Muroiie I inan even to ihem-ieives; j; dy done, by a voknnaiy act, xvhich could nothax'c offer of my pnssporis' ) the Government( of his Ma- to re urn, which xvas given! byO.T despatch, No. .. Pie, at IeaVt' had ;h V rr'e :ewflS) ef
1:1: ; ll is too ol.vj.iiis lo exvijie; the, I'jhk'sl jilienlioii 'I- i breidone when le mred as ZI i rirfit, .slil'lesh-'vlion! i I ji-sty M-nns to hue: done all that they thought its rat Icr; Luau -o remain, as I had de- tied -o do, in I' and Ro'k-Is3'cit vat.Lbcd iLVO' .T] ,.} a'r
tl a : i,, iu u iic.'t.4s if Kurojic, liy \\Jneli ihev"re \ made! xxliat xvi'l un |ii-stionahly in the U. .States i if i dignity required li-r they, at ihe same time de- ffijuiil: xxaiimt: Tie r.-stil: o my Ia- I eo Himmicauon.TI.IS I 'a 11icrt1a&..
-' V sn M.4ii.eJ.! .4'i i.axxall: tin?: ;uU .dilate;:) nlir lie I considered de rr diiiLr, as a i condition. j I rhre I that 1 iiie law: 'irovjihug lor the payment will I It sej; ) having becu approved by this- President, I; ) Cohinton skill Xtflt upon li tyIt lfi1"tarT" 31' '
:i ; SI. .4. -vi-'t.'.; 1 ti:i dona'.stn! : con.cih; iii'I I ineir j' At this)! time, sir, I xv mid for; no c< iu idcraiion, t te, presented) hut give ill I j imitation 1 of any prcvUous nffu not here n-ltr .t) :!it- rea.tsi&> xvhich! ir.duccd me > sinking b its s'Wfl %vC11 .. .
ri-4-jl/ ,rs '.it--; lie..t; subj rt to it li.emselvt'-i.; enter I into ihe details i! I t i.cu dn1.I I: Il I I could! noxv | coudiiioi nid: annex none to the hill which I II to take it. Iluvh.p; r' euvd my pas-ports, I left Pari I\ !loxvcd >up by TaHnhavs e. Araai'hhhl'! !i SI31T
V Ji i.iru.: Ui: : ii j s.4C its; ; ue-c'-l.itixe: ( 'ov.-rniitenl'* >.o far loriet, what: iiudei present) circumstance.W4iuld i ." I they pro-Mtn. The account of dignity being thus i on the ,9th o? April.! At the time of my depar- ]I uad-r a .IiJt an.! (!Hrtiultus ant! nit .v V.1 IIS
Jiu> tin1 of.liich} liah
V' *A I'o'4.:4&: '. i'.Ai'cinive comnuniicatioti> to Lej is- 'I be due to the di ;iuly ui'my c.Minlry, I declared I h\ this demon tration), to he settled I !, it L you, a r.Dti->km au cxplanatiuu.ot a i-oiiy the-en tet transm.ttctlto ins ucd inSe I j posed to be amuhilaicd K fore tlr nexr cityBut 1
; -.ivf; : Ij *dH-f. 4iav in.t the extension tlr.it is give U s.iould he disavowed, and deservedly di-;axowed I | cannot lie supposed that it willatrain be introduced I ruiier's auiimuni'ntion to the Departtueut reInuuncd ate thrre n.> diifKiili-es iu tht- wayt thi

V t ) tem! in tif Uniled St.il/-s; and that t. >ey are, by (the 1'rCMdeul. I It t is i haopy i therefoie, 1 rcpt.it, j jll.a as n !s&'t till ygaiust an acknowledged! pecuniary ui.ansxvercr1, but I hav* reason to le1ies, ;Ifprojecil Ki-aHpl.ii'isaihn; I Kvenauert LI1 : :
chrr. I'ur, > ; h-.Me: : to ultacK on I that qiurur L I but ;: the jri,od rcling< of im country) was evinced; halincc.Iklore. that the ans.ver, when given, will bo satisfai'tory. !! town shall estnb'ish! d, (whicli I don'! not( :
V .tlji-y imzHt: n.it iurjirjiii' I a scii'1 es .s 1. I In tl.e j jicmnjr j in the manner! I have stated!, at the only time uhen I conclude my observations on I this part I I The principal Ijiisine with which I w.is charged 11 fiom the effi.-.enry the parties V will i' I"-
;) adilu-: ..., nu.nded as it t commoil.V: ii?, every I it could l be done w'th honor; and though !present ol the subject I it t will he well to .Miquire in what 1 havii.g thii > been brauglu to a close, I presume that cure from the compe ition of thenowtraJnc'1j?,
: jrojjui'ioi: in.de! !.- the :Ministry i every resolution j jiVill.f i circumstances: would lorhid my makinjj the comj light exception* aie taken to t this part: of the Message and myscrv.ces I can no lon-jer be n elul to iIi) country: j' ''achieola! or from thai o'an: newer town -
ihcref"re that the
President
: < r r.Ji-itjlrr: ) Vii < lftr occ-i-'ions for the: jeal-1 j numication 1 then did, they I du not prevent myrtferrinj -whether as a menace generally, or to the sed to accept my pray resignation of the trust xvi xvith 1 be whir plea' ] any future projector may thii.!; f-r-T"1"] tlin'L..t
V ius intetfiT.iacc; national! pnticiiiio' ; lor all i occu.y ? to it, fur the purpose of showing that I I it paiticular: I measure proposed. In the first view, 1 have been honored. I shall terminate it by i Iran. against it ?! I have heart of *onic :>ta les
}. ihe sir.' -T.nndsf No iuterc.Muuumicaiion) ; (I ifihe f contains as I have stated I it does, every tlunij I that I I xiew, every nieasntr th.it a Govctnment having milling to the Department sonic papers rela ing to I be that they come iWn a quarer inters
il ill'ic! t bi.niejji, -: of Government) will be sale ought to Irive heei S1 I jsCietor. Actual cire uni- claims; on another decl.ucs it must )LII site if thoseclaims.ite mailers of f inin :r imponan-e, which I soon e.xpeit V V zaiit may the and the efore to J e reel
': *nd even the couut> of justice xvill allurd no sane.luarv :- ft'incrs enab'e: me to do this! now: future i etenis i not :allowed, (whato'.er n-ay be the to ret1IXT, and will add the exp'anations' which may t rro'.ect, thank r> .A, ma Call'1
titr iic-cd >m 4if ilcTihiiiti and of debate! ; and J which!1 I need not explain: I may: hereafter I render I it I it') IllS employed! ,) aa menace. I I'; is tiecesiarvU yet be w.i iing: (lo give a full vi, xvof the aflairsot; ;itttioii V1'i' 1i-e, hovevt'r, rtobC"dccived.
V the bu>.. ejiii'jtv! of ftiiezgn pov.tis must be contjulted improper; and it mnv: be nugatory, unless accepted iitl not objectionable, unless couched in offensive the in sMon tip to t--e time of my caving France. | latii ag", a'tI; vith pci in haTltL tle
: in a'! iho neparncnN! ul'ii Government.Occ an ia tiIlctJ; helore i the orcuneiice of I Ihoveevents. Ia iigtiagc. I It t is a lair declaration of' what couise 1 have the hnner ..o be, sir, with perfect re-pect, > One of thec', I is aith, i' P

:fciii il./: i.it.rvrii.: 'n in the afl'iiia of t tl.n\- Let it he examined with the care which I the I parly nrikmi; i it ut I ends lo f pursue, and exce i your most nbe iient servant.Sined KDW.. flail Itoad tO the tnwn of ; 3ibt' ; ai. -
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countries JTC Imt! 1t141 in-tiis : oti.! ? at j>rj>cnt xviihiil -1 j ihe impmlance! of! giving il a tiue coiibtructiou!I in casts where pretexts are wanted l lor a rupture: The H"n. )JOHN FORSTTII, askd, wilL tree trade and c n a.-tive ronmereerthis

: <. ; oHiii[ ; anui'i-'i: doo,* t<, .:u\jachmeni.s ; and 1 j ji rL'tIiiref. have rarely hi en objected to to, even when avowedly Secretary of State.! transmit of cotton iu bales titcharr.D.,
# ; i.j litt a-K.vcr to ihe ar.i ..ivnt lo say: thai nofinjUini The ob/'iM'inns ID the MoRagc, as Jar as I can I the act of the nation; not, as in this case, a steam boats, baulinsr npen i rail rrad anil arhar -

V viI: innadc hut 14r rea .)uable causes understand, fir they never have been specilied, proposal: made hy one branch of its Government L [Mr. Forsyth to Mr. Lvington.1 injr, then again tee h avy coarse artw.e'ed
J ind thai I of 1 !.; <, the nation comj-ljinrd! of being are, to another. Instances of this are not wanting, DKPAIITMEN r op STATT, 1r Columbus, crocker Iron, saP, sugaff
f the joo.i'; no cx .l; can: VIIKUC flU Ibis argumcnlcouaii First that it t impeaches the good frith of HisMajesty's : but need not be here enumerated. One however "Washingtm, 30th June, ISIiEdicar.l &c. are these articles too to be made to sufP0 !.
.-- tic! J'. l.t of i e.ini1iing: the c< mrmmicaTuCii Government. Ought lo he mentioned, because it is intimately Livinsston, "Washington : ten shif.ings wi h the addi ional charge nl,
;. lU'Siii'iisvi.ich; Is denied Secondly that it contains of cnforcc- connected with the under Sir: : Your leacr -it.tIle ::'.) h inst. has been laid m a3e
) i in I ; allow it, und 1 j n menace subject now discussion before the Pr side.it and I like very much to see soini: caloulations ; g
: 1 you .vill have: luvoou.! nc xvell as irrave fomp'aiul.sio.'iusxvtr jilL! the performance'; of the treaty hy repris liii.OJI While the commerce of the Uniled, Slates was:: P.csident cannot, allow am directed who have to reply bern, thatthe so this subject before pulling t3 far at !risk, ei -
and mu.t ii<.l only heal I lie rounds ofa the lirst liead!, vcre I now discu&sin/r the .suffering under the aggressions of tile two most long and usefully employed you in the, public service, I tolcav purses of individuals or the credit of the 'errj10l'.
1" jn.sl national: jj'ide, lr.it, ajijdy; a rc-medy to tfioseif terms of ihf Message itst-lf; it would be easy lo powlerful nations of the world, the American Go <- the trust la rbi.l I To yfioxv lhat show that it contains no such charge. 'J he alleution vernmeni in this of the word menaced I of his
.: I n nu s ii-ceptibity.; my.r sense regard and respect-ihe result of many I- prises of this kind are exceedingly Iaff .
'k'. ;L-;. ot* ti! II.t;S ri ''-J;v nature of I the encroach! :, that the stipulations: of a treaty have mil 1 them both. It passed a law in express terms, de years of intimate association in peace and wai directed useful end bu anoversi Iit *
.: 1 ..ill with I that < made I daring to them thai unless ceased Although flcring on s/mic points of general policy to a V mJ Of
,,& nic'n.s !s ij-.l im :j! il.v: pray leave to & your neon complied en a ?enu-ut.s by they their aggressions fie common pnncippoliiical
V ijxceiiei'.cv's HII P0' t OIJ to I the I enclosed report fiom Ministers have not hoen fullilled, couched in respcctful America would hold no intercourses: your singleness of purpose, perftc' integrity, and tic all. Without referring to lookt optical -
the l'nsld. II is ofierod be deemed ollensive with them lhat their should he seized if vti ,ri"o your country, have been always knov.n iohun. economy for illustm tinn-, let us 111
the); .Srcretarv;; of 'e t lo Mit.- ) u rmis, can never even I ; ships they In ihe and delicate position rail! Wa dfor
V fir iilu'.trnti-i:., i.ot for complaint. I am in-! when expressly directed to the party whose infractions ventured into American poris; that the piodnotions have la'ely occupied embarrassing conduct, and especially you example to the Charleston sW ttd
4. 4fpPt! to ):a1ct l ione. Because 1 the Government I I are complained of ; and consequently of their soil or industry should! be forfeited, your last official note,in your closing correspondence C stance I am told that tht ; is profitably b'balcs

:, ; of JYanrMiastaUn excejmou ia the icicut1 Is \ can never give cause lor a demand of xplana- Ilcr was an undisguised measure, iu ckrjr u.ne- with the French Governm, has met his entire apiy by passengers, some lighter freights, an J

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r v, --c -> L.. t.t. ;{;; Ii hii, been often remarked of James, that Whoever attempts to cl.ar.gs ui ovcitura tin* : .1111 afltkare the Spanish and Indian old Notice.DURING -,.

-*'Vlria :> Mill earn*! toCLaileston Inr steam | in the midst of hi.s most engaging employment, dominion shall suffer death. fields-vast tricts of country having been evidently my aWice, I have

h. ir "dl-why? beMU (% m>avy articles when (the minds of others would be totally absorbed The judges shall determine controversies with under cultfvatton! at some distant period, and z: : appointitl Messrs. 1. ay wood fc :
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' 1); jer cannot Mi( VL1UI: No one stall l e a free man or jive vote unless Where cultivation Thomis V. hite on Plantation
if.M the Union examp'c.s a ihousand t f cheriMU'd the filial devotion for his a : has been attempted in thcbe, my Jeffei'O'i county, -
'" H'OUl tva.. ....e most par he be converted, or a member in Tret communion it has been vjiih various success-they are not, my Arents. WM. B. KUT'I ALUJiilyltli
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IXn-tv rtcn: and I lor one ents. The fondness and frequency' with which IP35. 47-3w s
..:i1W in one of the churches of this dominion.No therefore, taken without careful examination. .
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': *'' iiee a nil i road ha* stood iterjuud- a- j, he s-polce of his revered giandfalher, has rcndtrcd food or lodgings shall be ottered! to a Quaker In new countries it is natural to take hold of -.---- -' 4

: : vi-nnon of any k i.l unJor .he* c.roumaw his flame familliar to mans who knew Adamite, or other heretic. the priniest lands at once-those yielding thegrra-j .Notice. -

**, $ *": -,' l 1ic I hem. l! hl* r> ":tl>Ple LC bun only by the representations of hi.s young No one shall! cross a river without an authorized test product with the least trouble. When tl esc j DURING my absence, Dr. Jn *. II Reufdolph .

1. :':-Ct: VvV-v.-ne ha-ii Ill IjiiVU power toixaani i relative. Indeed one prevailing sentiment ferry man.No become locaivd, another class of lands existing ill j will act a* my Agent and Attorney n i'.i't .

'' lVV''l ,*; course that 'ht !-* town ran): Ijj J Jjr" -'cii.'d, to aninuto }his bosom and .that one shall run of a Sabbath day, or walk in Florida must necessarily be called into action. I June 20ih. 1H35. 45-6w WM._COPLAND. t .

': idMKWineJ f-ra xvhi!,, bit lree tra1 v '! was his garden or elscivhere, except reverently to and There are thes ate the meadows or piairies, and ( DOCTOR J. HUNTER J .

tUuesjr fcui: ii d11J..fl'4'f every caiaisy j gratification he would experience in once from the church: the river lan-is, umv subjected to overflowing at j KhFFERS his Professional services to tlir iUtiensof i .

(* : IM-MO, !r<'-\isiting hc sconos of his ealy life No one shall: travel, cook victuals, make bed-*, every frcsru't. Such require ditching, draining p Lrn county, pcncrally. lie las tucutcdii j

*iiou' v t I. M" 1I have 1' on ffot up 1:1 j ami thi home of his friends. Wo' his rompant'in p'.veep houses, cut hair or .shave; on the ivblmliday. and b-inking- species of labor, ns yet-; little Un- ;srlf on the Meridian road, six mis! North ofTtllaliassee '

1-"VVi: :n Frr St1jfld i 1)V <(1t n-'< t<'rlysomo : loved hiu: the more, because of his en- | derMood! : hot when the competition of labor shall : where lie may be found when not Frufes'sinnatly -

; .ou- trr.-r* liavr ;Uv. 1 tha.-'i.i-iic niloctions, and as the ti'ne approach- No woman shall kiss her child on the ifabb.ith enable such works to bc undertaken, fine lands 'I'ztlahassceJune! ngaed. !5di, 1535 45.lO'i I

nitcr.tl! nHiikia i d h&'U he realize or fabling day.A will thus he reclaimed! fit (for the highest cultiva -
ilae loMi.f, the : : : ; t- v. : ( xpcrted to the "loriousantnMp.iii'ins > ,
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Zt 1)C L.3 1 person accused of trespass: 1:1: the iii iht shall, huh. DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. )
: iiinv the -rm (* I uijich hi hid; I lo>tiiod I our( r< ,. rot i iiit
: dny the' be judged guilty, unless he clear himself by his Another peculiarity of the .soil, in this fine country THE copartnership Iwmfore f\.s inrr under 1
lu-j uid have !
bcvn soothed the
: .. 1ve: partiji) \.x by : I is what I have already hinted. Along almost i firm of KERR it STIT.GZS, tn I .-, oath.No '
;,' : tf r am! a mil iv ih 1 uillic ( 11.'.siilrration I tint he was aliout to (MIJ that inau shall buy or sell lands without pcrn.is- the whole K-a coast touching the Gull of Mexico, j was this tiny dh>&.Ivcii by muti.ti consci r. All persons -

: dt1cr ":!I1XJ 1"'K !ct puuiy! ot haj'j'incss of v.'hich lit' >o oi'tou spoke.Tl.f >ion of the belecl men. there is oWrved growing out of the finest sand, indebted to tlm firm previous in tin. Is: day of j f

.. .1 t 1a1 ti. ;! 21 rir<-niD iauccs atti-ndin-j his dmlh were Whoever publishes a lie to the prej-idicti! of his many feet ieen, without app:ircnt'y'! an atom of January Insf. are rcIIIlcteIt| t>' nnk! (? inmrdtaio IK Vmfnt .

r l1' :". .. f-*. o -iKutJV: : ; a--" I Uuuk 1 t oc : : of a jKM'uliar nat ure. All lint coul.J bo clh-c-1 icighbtr.liail sit: in the stocks, or be t Japped j veuitable! mould, the finest and tallest, and mostmaiT'iificcnt to Wllwm for! th'! Kerr: current, or John year Ar-rytr, wi'lr' ; nn-J* settled all
< .< I-'* ::" inc tctl by tlio iott: skillful! and c-x ciiriioe mcdi- tifieen stripes. i 'I I live I onk 1 tn-es and magnolia1-: (sri tid- : a'.mxc, or by the firm of K"rr 'nrpfr, a1 t?:. Iarkhirh -<. I't

j jwe ; cal aul wus dibg uilrcndiTrd.. His 1 deservj Whoever wears clothes :riisined with t-ver! or j iflora) the ;untie (If't t this section; :lo! the finest garthii ; copartnership remains michaiiirc.l. All rUhus

: erv cl'T r csrUg the rival j h'Mu: laco above two shillings! a yard, dial! be pre j vegilablc.! On examining: tins sand with the 1 i n; :iinst the lur firiiiof this pirn-, will bepaid byS'nt..

I iI ie J ;: i: j (- jvydarii: ) conmianJ the nttr.ntion and seined I by I the tirjiui junn>', and i ilie reeled r.ien I j microscope, 5 it h tivmd! Jo l)e! compiled! of broken i lYvrr: on presentation.

*:U.iM o4 Aft 1it :ae c.J, iun-i I..JM1pcn..na I <-licilL\l the s> mpaby! ot'nl! who} knew him and shall ta.\: the olleiider a l the rate oi-I ;r every I i| -.IK-US! : only -not a partic'e' of siex! appears in its WILUU1 KfRH.ROlEItT .

;1 tU'rT !- fall every individual informed of his situation, was 30.000/of h;> i>iite.; forma lion.
i-ree wsi (Mcrr : ,
tvl;:tr : n -., i J I'uuer: to rnntrtbutti, the most kindly services. Whoever bnng cards or die.' into thit.! ; don.in 9'1-.it-ss": .Tiuie I s t -:.- t d.iIi
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... 1 1 iiii ? ( Frt ing- w ro Iii i.'t: aflil from the mo- ion shall pay a tine of M. A FACT FOR GEOLOGISTSSeveral daK.sirfo .
: ; : *" 3 -1 fivv .unmeiveMipoWBW'3 No shall reacVComnvm Christ.I 1 ('OPR I'J1SU1.
I;.,1 L in.-fit of the accidi-nt, his mind was dsrJcrcd.I one Pr.iyer, keep the workmen engaged in getting; out '
:ta p3'kfllr: t I nris or bai'ifs day, make niim-ci! pies, d.ince; pl.iy: 1'1 H E ,If-crers! h.t-u; ;: a: L! tmsctv.s + j jIls1Tie
E' | -I lhirinain I i weie interred in the burial, place stone at Mr. Dufreca'farm, two miles h b lo.vj
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: 1c&1iti card;, or play! on any in>tnient: o! inus.c. e.'CpJ in Ciy, 'uii < r i'.c Et I'* Vid tirni
1,1 i &ZJ '' 1 ;:ppr>'prtited c.\elisjvcly: to tho.sr of our r number tin druiUj the trumpet; and Jew's ii rp. j this place, found, on breaking a mass of ro-.k I-! Kur.p & Kir.K-.Y, u.it! o-ntiriic to rn.-luct bu ."kiit '

: eTS ; ; and n? ; ItIfl rs a iroj.umcnt can be rji ed When parents reefi e Uiir children! suitable; j two lizzards and a small rattle snak': *. On sa in a similar! IIMWJ: ..i.t! (- late fri of Ktrr L

4 C'fl1 :41 IA ; over ins -5'.Z: place: this las.t s id oilkc will nnrringo.the siagiatrates ;,. deter.me! the exposing: them to the stu a f-w moments ( Sung'-s' ? p.i.d sal.'-Ii a continuance cf tin support cl"
n Y ( .hon friends and iisto.ii'v. The y h&tvc thy rIeriI -
LJU j Ljs j perfonnc'd by his i b 'jc-aveti: ; Kissir.atcs. j ti. IIlt. I they beeaaie; perfcc/ly alive. From the thickness vcd a .Central as.v,rtcnt c-i" Eoi.gn jn'J Doivuu-

s 4ff- | I In (1 ':icju-ioii, permit is to express, both j jI The! relect men, on findini; children! ignorant, I of the rock, in whieh thy were found, Dry G.io I Is, llai ln\iac, I'iittdvaie, Grceeries, Pro L

c2 THE I i individu.iMy and collectively I i our iii1igtedIi'1Ct j j rlia.tatc. them away frcm their parents: ; and put ; and le! -low formation of the lime tono species vUioiis, China, (, .!? ?, ar.d Liverpool Vv'n c i hi diivr -
<* ''24' vnfc 4jtiE T atiI. ii' .' them into better hands, ai te! expense of the pa and broki n set*, *.i..fm>;'., lronv Cotton B J n?", U.-!
J?!****** ft-Un/i l Si'w. ]1 at bi> !IJs bid to hop's that ihs :ijrht ren's.A of rock, ages must have pasfset! f ItICC I ant Bah T' tue. .

,w.i* J.' *ktUi4 .la'iu.aj-K tf.-'i.'noiiial of sy.nnathv! !m.-y) all'iid some con man that strikes is wilo slml!! pay a fine of ihy wen thus encompassed.I WILLIAM I ERR..MKS .

+- jUd -As *"1* 4'ivr< la'aut E "'t ; Mn1' :-cliKioa to i":rs' :snil lu. much: to-be niti-jd a wor.iau; that: sirles: ; her b'j>!-.ind, &haJ bepulEhc.I I I Piqua (O) Courier J \ KIRKSEV.o .

: pfj.'4 4JI L.atit! I ab the cmni directs. j Jitr.e <.?. 1-rj"'. 4 tin .
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I' 11l1 ri J4 : With t-eulr -ntMiie' rt't IMarne l pcrs-ias must live together, or be im j
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1I ,ui4hL1 vc in as', ; .JY. M"*'! irt.: v/ur vory obedient servants.: prisoned..Every. .
44'4i '; v. 4 4 t 2it IJ i4.zt fliu' male: s'-.all: ha"C his hur cut roimi: are.irdtng rff' Hlr 'iil i liucri: Iirvc IieIvccis:--. r hy -rfTry :
ucKiuiCiiY.
-; ; A. i; t a cap.5' I TOUT OF b i'. AUKS. JS. ;iniv l--, a -oii i.tl :is.iin: u. 31. UI\K: K : = == ; t ( II IIarv.tre.! Groc E'rotj- ,
: It : : fI1v Tins curious rode appeals; : never tn have been = -- --- U. i'' ;

%..4 /i o: ', v -. a v it.i 'J i. : .tS. ui-: ; ) ANPKKbO.v;: \\-I.it.z2. buiv.is; de1 rid and idierpr.trd; by t the -t ; I "I .n Stiui-ry.! Ch'iin. Livi-p 't! ur l c-nr wn I"irtF!:-
rk startv i hi lL' PI..L. KCJI/U lr.i ni \V.."' (.'lo-lin ---. Id)!) ( tt''ii TJi \\.i: IlJiIJin"
v, t,1,' *V 41'% 1;' -* ; TOMJ'KINS, j : elviH: men, I the judges, and the p'Jsto.-s (.! the dil-: I -i until Ut L r, irr.stnm< i
Vi 'b 4. L1ZA 3'. !') 'vaic.! .unl Tw t" ; wj. eh tfii-y: P- J,>w ti,r < 'n-I onn -
: I "NO. (i .\KL.\.M\ I leix-nt cujigieg.it'.ons.': .
; CLE&RF.I), i uah cM'i'it.t'TR Any i'iulf'.fss rotnifclel \\ itt: tftisi

c ,,-, ; '. !bn i, i ,-. HAiliHA, I I 7L: r'-i;.; TaiLhte: 1t.tttoi: tv \ n v. ill:: Lc .U'c.--I! tjil TvtlaUa.br! cc oy Wu-- j jI

4 ; "* t I s ( j ; i1' 1'tcI1i1T E' : r7'f :- .. ,5.; :M. I1AKVIK:, FLOIUDV..-No. 2. i cotti.n. a. r.
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; ti' U1 4fl1 tj. The of F 1i ida i is describe. in fe '. (CKRR ; STUtiris..
4 ; I) .d ) D. J(1 H YSON, gen'oiry : : n ; I II
... :. : : :. 1Ctt t.eL* : z. uu. B.'nLAii'i w' 'nl v-'I'he base is ii M> recent ioruiatimi: that t MF.DICAI. COLI.RUF OF GKOKUlA. I i 4-2ni

C.. 1.. Sl'KVEXSO.V, '' t-eeiriE to In- :amongst tie .t of N.nuie'soiks; :' r j 'J 111't: l.Pt-ti'.rf q i i thtr : : i.'ii x1 i il!! be i >uiii. ii .11 "ST UKCKVKIttfrnni >
in tnis way, :: iiI carcelv dried liom the laboratory 1 M. On the tliiid \'om.ay'! in C'iiol"T: .u.\t. anti *
Vp 1'f- czd V ()1-r
I ? :!: ,
Pr..n Ik14mti! : (.ona7f1cc.! ; it i i-j-. fimtu-ntly calc.ne! ina, soft !:;ne:>tone, '(.ntii.uiis llaiuil I .st.x nuu'.hs. 'J'i.-y: x-.li' LIT m-'ovi- ', I tPiI.S: 1 j'liTl -f v-i'! \vLe,1t F our, r

.V.w: J fl/.l: >* ; i:: !:r. At a t: cMi.j; '-f the 2.1 Cia o cqnvfiu-d on ; vt-t !b I-t trd? tutl1.ra! : ;i wiien: long iXtO| >cd lo the a.r, as 4 d i-y L. A DUG AS, M. t>., In Ana.urn.ud! Piiysiil.'jry _j3t l?- it ii i d'>. ?:e'v Vo't: U.at lO. :

4 Liy 1i' 2T r.idiii .( MI.Ir** Oifl l-'th: June, lh ">, th! > fuIJo'.in" j Fort St. M irk e ni witness a puiiiic ivtilcr calis 7.;; i''.'. \.tIfl tc '

: 1tl I :i.i, s1 S iicrvVOUIII rrriuildf ut.J KujM-lMlion v.ere unannaotisly1'Vivcrxin jj j I'! Urticry! Jorninliojij in order to express us l"rehtvs. PAUL T. of E''E1 Su'. 1). ., en the Piirdan. PIVtiof -- i :0 d .. M.i' i !, .

It t'l4I ut I 1 Ii i .VQLi itt M-eni as if the I eourse jf tl.'Llor- ttiy.ACU.N'M.VUUiUl 2' l.,. I'r;: :' P' k.
) : M. D tl.c
oil IVm-Ij.Ic. ane
!nd IHMM action of I 'I -j ; rr--.t Uuvar.a: C ff.s-:
,
mation :
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) : by me ram-;
ih
mterruj.tr ,
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.tl'. I ir n : i Pr.i-tice of Mfiii-ire.
n-ro'lectitin
? !in. ;ly 'II the worth | I I ti) t- '/sl'. rin llr--.> do. '
fit .vh' : I :and i vanmis; i e.: -uiical proco-se leaving I tiC iijipt'roullit'.es : JOSEPH! A. fc'VE M. l >. ? MAtiira
,1.iun'- ( iss.i! : ; at.J a :ii-uili-iK'-sof our Lit Lrlovcd and rt i> ::-v l .- 11. :;,.-;, >ulis: a.ij Seti 'r-.
in Micvive swi-,> or usidul.iiio.is! sometime ; Mcoic.i.M. .
,
-,j'!i lj i& 'ilw'.i: tu thy wjih ssj.uj :aljy anti I 5'1() ','ul !I.Nort'tn. Orn, .
f4 rvlt d I ChsOatr.s! : O. ( \MLpk and '
I vimetime.i.iu and of I. A> 1 UNY M. I). Ohotixuand 'JiscuAVomcn
; gentle, t. never greatheiirljt
;> i.M
i I 9 t. Lrstn !
uiH'u.i ar.I !
f; U'c h.v.' Mj1.:i.illiil all ; ,- < v- -'rp'--ry Syrnp,
;.:j tj.-hji 1 to |iiipctu..i'; tii.imnuiry of one endrared : ; v. I .! below are ;I i.- ::rei nid gulhts coai-; : and: Inf.ocs. t KI I) i tI : i i_. L U.t -
101 Ih' I 1 t 12' iv 1i.i;. ttiOn -- 1... '). FORD( .M. I 1) C1.nirv ai.J PIiir-nr. .
D ;: > by the strong ties of friendship municatiiigviti: e.icb otii-1: or with !lakis near the ) .' U.AI NVsi' Il-tx.-ini ,ir. I -

%41 114C ., iI : ; 'i 1s$4It air! .- n'-i it HI. surface. There arc natural bridge btlow which h 7IIK TF.RM M'.E1ttrzeu1.ti t I liuits.: jrtIie" T ra tI". 'I

I,, 1i V I 4iniL l"jq q H I an! ent.ry; river dt ipj>efits: and rc-asce.ds at thedistance \ toil 1icIti t., t. lil-.t t. I f .*'t) ,:; Cs ;.riflLd i W i- *_ i i
litr, ,/ That ,'ui'h the
rMKpnl and 'I for iho 1'nit IVji-M- I 1' i> J'l) '
1, ) (' at :D tluUuUiI! < l' \ i--iuu> atihc i,' I'LI411. appro of rr:le ., to ;pursue its uimard course towards J.; .c'-uar K- tl"r! ..raining: .!'>' ro 1ft( ) cr.vt': each. :
> *. .il of Ins 1ljL iitl4. an Ui i tSipt-iintend >nt of TicKut f r Practical; A.iattu'.y, on e o.'ij, \\t ,\I-", I'.iv'd i SL r. Uenjji'iJn f. titt
the 1'his rock loundvei JHM ptr:: crfj
\ ; iJ < flit.'C of ori-an. calcareous is -, ,
flV : : : :
I ihe .Mi'iliry A-'adjM't! ** ) we will tin-to in erec I I Di1'o.ia rue' j a full juJ 1 anu-omc iirtt.ti.nt ol F-iuciy asu! *-j' j ji
*1 11.,:e 1le .:*1 .Z'ii \ iriiin: ::1 iho fOtIV.Tt 31 t fietpjently I mixet uilhi.heLand! other marint1uii JohN W V. III-; *., Pri-.shk.-u r Dry: (Ti-ii-Js ; xvhich: to' cthfr v.:;ti:! 1 ir..itr Sl. 'c.ViIJ;: -
ini. to h-3 : C1ii'; a >nuinent) suitable to .- taiittes. The seashores :iUniud wiib a l eautiful j L. I). FOKD, S"y.. I> >ani of I mis.. I
iieiii v of t ( : t I. r.IlJ! ic a lull: and g-L1cr:1! aiiJiTiy ( ( lit.
1 hi> xv4 iti t I sand which |>rov s to l>e the remains of de ____AIIL-II-'i: .TV'Hi.' t :r. fJuiv is i iNKtt' i491.J Jr 4H-i\v: ENRV B )V1I! (1ji'r; 1 Co'ni.'tt; ; i e.. h.lswhich! doubt contributed ----___-
ytv.7rThat/ i : 'n of thr o I lie Ii1IXSt.f1 t> I have, no I-----
C'I4U\l( ', J I). I to the I iofiuation;,, of the K.ain land tins sand.wiibmit -,.. %- J oIt OULKANS.TllL KOVVANirS TONIC MIXTURE jA'
:iI1) -.3utcLl: '.' 1I' '.? d'itv i li dl 1, t' r'ct! ; !. i ,
.t a of ll c jps (4 f Ca !eis nI3 any other admixture wu.itever, forris the ', c-ir. \\ %- i' a > tl.uly rvp< c- ;!) : -
H'p'-il to su a I iii' J'i richest sod the t.illcbt and finest I I Anil Co.-/.i'rc nib.
reLfli41 v 1Vct 'iui. on .luuv, i3; to I trees : legetub'es. ; -
li -I 1 fur; thu tnoiiUMH'iU i t< l li.* rc led a.d tittr < 'itch l\i ll.c ;Jji"Vt-: 'ilVci"! ,\
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i r\ this r'rc1 j In the beds oi rivers, upon their banks, and ire C1J :\ rr>'.-.i rjiKn'i- f iunuiiivri'ii? uttc-TTPt? I"* P' --
4Mfl'pt01 : r--rni ip : :d J'> the crcvtin!I : ofs\il monument, aftoiff'hall rueiMly underground is found the rotten limestone J .-ass t- ,:,Hy| to KI-ilR & STL'UG ..S.I Li f.piir i.u> n.'nt.iii'iis; i-f It.,'.VE &!' ; au : tit. 'I ed Liflc.
,
Ilie iivn and! ai-v.'jJ-'jjtil JtJith j :
1 : : f juv of ; havtIHMM th I -I s> -A-JLli I } 4'.v) : on the -! '. -lie hus Jcternnuc Lo cu.ifi-Je the
; I ii: ;- (: ; approved by I being tin* a.rrs.iid! calcareous: r< l k it: a stale ofdecompo 2 /
121(' C4.fl r dC:, .id tn iU1't : .l s x.h" i t i: fj .teiits i cJjtre t-t t.ct
i-t : ;iis'l lhe\ ate litn'liv auihoiiM-d to lie; >iiii iior sjtilra'tl: >\ilj! in-i.iou-.gis. !'ti.- NOTICE. '
iciu.i'ii j t htni sv1ic, : i .le :z iirl -s heIiru .
in ) ii.iclo as :ii ]hl h e d I iIy. ; : cT' cai
p --i < itu ie) tI1rc: 1'clS: : ;a t V \vater liom us:: near to this i tli. grccat.ie to the l -4 IX Vt jiths afior: d.nc I &!,.iH &u-u>it ny i'.Hints F !, aii
f't' : i'} thv <*.' .- ouaji'l ftj .VCK* jt Ij:11ed; bv } ft. _;.,';. /, Th it a r'epv of th** fMr oinr.iuft'.t -,: tastt, and! I it smeinm's o e.urs i thai: portion'* of it 1 > t 4' O-K Jim's ;t>> Adinli.istr; ; itriv if ti-e sti.? cf j pu iii>>i>i> v f iiiMiuiiofio: r ; It 1.u :
2cir 1 lu: : t'atJ l JMi: ; v .s; r- ; to : : iid Iliso'.u'i ;M.S L b'.v sijn: :;l by t iIit- appear >; by n ( County iiis .t' ns: I in D.bt-, rr.t ;:, l't-i1; .! h pt.! tii. '
44(. ) : .$ t.::: 43n :.!! OM, rali MI, or the ijlcrt of .rui! :,*s or uvidetsI. !i Court uf Leon County,. :r.d uopiv fir .1 iliJ.ir'-. I ; ..' I O .',ia. : 't 5lvs !) ite r.cs (. i PL'.r.3 cf .
Cb-Li ':, fl a: \ .*;:::ft;: ; ? transmitted to iLl'/.A
: sj1' ;i144d' 1L. ti ry, iuu : '- 'n.i: I I I..i tiis t IMthe t earth, in portions ol I -. : A. BRUCC. Adm'x. <-li-i 21! ii;in-y; tic cfrtd y-it'f _fa, meagni:. i.
T 1 1 O I < > .- -
1. /iW 'J'i; it ". tt' !-Ol r.f ('j'JJtrjKf ] iho !411' n.Is <.i"i i d CE : M'd. acres ei'Mre.' v.'i!; nk !>e.u.ib: it- level! s ver1: l feet. \; *l 111 V* C7.IIJO* w. *i*/*"./11 i l i.i. K uiuti.h-3: : "fa ruiciui.s ;>rii--ii in -.u-i ariuiiot"I f. *

< ltrid!, Tint$ t'l.it ti! ''M- Re nl nt ion -! Le | !n g.neral. the ei''iuitv' unduljles! : 3-'i) t'. ''U feet a- | NOT I UK. I the t-ii'.i >lixi.ir f h.ivt'nctn n, iiitCn''t; > >". by Lit.i" .
:
(i. Caiia, w .> ;,: i\- sil..4.-? Vhis-.J: Ji th ** :5It'jlar: :1::,! N.iva3Ia: /11ne :'; ;. a- i !Ij>-ive i he :I'-.c! (.f! I.-; .sen: ;u\l i it.i gu-u.e; t litighl ; -: !X *nonhs: afur date, a-i Adini itrator on thf : ev : e.IttL' :
u'a o>Hi.u.ii4 u v'-"Jii i.if .tlt -.illi '.- j S.tiHif'ir a'c. T.'ic ii.ic ; f lisyr'tnd r.i'.:* zt.I! of R ; tm < '
| ;% *'llii-h n.md tVi.iz i i ," aid "Jl'chiii'.iudK Joe.not exore-l 2ZO i"i.. K Est'Ue of I IKnry .Murray, I tiral! present myi -
S i I.t-ttl'js! oi"the inAita T !ht cnuuieI
.i. r> c :
> i.
4t4UfE44I ti u to ai: ;U.. UMCA iurn. :to1; ; ?? W. :V } I i-u.oed i.ilclv iiii-m t is ba>x- rcts sr>:S of cl-iy i; accv>unti and vouclicrs for" soiticinenr. .
:;jiri'i. I :?:. : OiKJAN; Chai-i- : in."liti'.i.y ; a : iriicJ-' Uiv '> h i-i uf tiK! lol'o! ::i j i'----.> ._-., -.% hi-s iuoJrx .
tIIt t ( it921 v:. : :t s t-. Hiav., IN lh- i of every I line and comr, ;uid ,., Litr of the G. (i. 11il.1'| Adi.V.Si -
na mej :
:i. ( (;;::L\p: :. ';L r' htr' ; Marks. Jtdy la 4'J (;ln.In .t'f 'gf..iS .u lliis pv.rL of' Florida i.in'i ,TC->rgia.I :
: reeqii; ::4.l L: MI.L.1 ? j qualitK.N; i of suiiiee; of me rick 1-eneaTr i as ii seizing -I I I". IV I'tikiiis, Gtr.rrd.A c.H, T.iil.i! K

2. Tint] a i>UM4 >' I '. the opponunity ofhettlein. 1.1v .en :and where ; Gadsdcn tiiy/trior Court. \V.i.i!: Kf ; r i-i Co.. Thnijia.cvilL- ,

f41 i (Mli iiii 2 f l Academy, Jiuu 0h; I'fiSTo ;j i; c*.ud! ; ami in liie g'vate-t!' (pLl:1it!:. it is foun.l, I Henry 'fc, Conip -I ,.: -- i: '. Ec. !. : U. .

). / ?. +Wttfj Ctntsr: I riccordmgi.v I from U urh-s do. .1 to C fee t, i,ecr:: ::!II I 1 vs. KI.-I ii rfitii f-;. .ct. .\larlv.f, .
;.pJi21t.I. iu : :. i ofcnd11 31'iain: t Th. Ilt'-solntious li.nebr rxixed sand f Lailcbury! [1. Jonc5 ,I Ii 'i's A Av! ..Js i Lilt kSt" -
iii :
: ---- ; lorrg'jii i j ly : wiif : vi .) !. : ; :tiXi' amn.i tj I fl. j
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'...ct. )fh-iij'. ..usat lC'IL. :t ( : : I i iItil.ryV.: .. Peebles } i:; cu.icir.r. t I ) iii.i \\fli.L5 k Mciiticfily: _
; .I. ,
the and whicii 'nit :i n-r.iui: I of sit-v! I iis\et be uncovered.
i < ::1 :i;'j3iovod by Superiitieoilent i! ar11forv j : : "i; tiiiiith
G dm-J and
1 : 1'uri lx.ti his | 'f i t t-oN-int xtcpasa-'Kv.! -
,
J- rtliuiivcstJ t i 'f'f
; tate 1 hits .siixt'ire! i < :i> railv !.. iii 1 J-ho suifjce
atde in aoco-dnuoij with the thiidJle. g ; U ) ;
l to ou I iU ..- xx-aid '
ttEUi .- ;<, tljrm die < Y Ut.nja 'n J I [ h; -/S / -' !E. I?. Perkins will ba en ul lire'bi.jtir-- -
.
jiroccviyH v s <4 ihi. j not ijdhertive, bill hgnl :Iii lich; Komett'iies it con- I ilesiiondeat j I[ s-'id htiic abvc agrnts. -**
'(. t:4 his aii.trnil and xtfiaole dironi )osit'.on !, rauchj IT from satisf.ictoi-y evident t.t} the I D '- 1 -
.- "4'tfuly! Ez(' ., li.It. scrvt.L | appears T.'il-i t ;! :ce. J.'y 7 ?i. 1P".7.1 t1 : .
; 1b.ii ihe c'fli:4i111'e IItltV 4 it 1rI ] yfflir j mi IerrIItrinou ,IXIlI,' :un! ilm-.ist always s.ftme fci.dant, Henry \V. Pccblts, Gabriel Suiilh; a'.'

( I iH;, inioii, v.hu waslhi''v &iiifjta t* i e c \\ \ (i. Gil AN DIN. rotary. ilkame! C'-ndiiiitioiis. From thio soil springs; i 1 iijaif.ni "Ward, do not rcsitlc in this District, !! fejl -: urfcls :fu-r ..Ltt.I, I .shall apply li> the lion lhc

'. Til. I fresist)! perthtuuerdurc! -tieef. of such inagi reside in the Stales of Ala': '* ir.ia and Lr'i >.iana: t It { x5 J-d: .i uf 'lit Co'iiiiy Court of Leon rurtuy, fo r.

C\iiI( jj' UZ4Z1 C ?yL2. TiiVu..'. 1.14 l-'tt'T : i tb! : rr; !-.- u C-if.. Carte nifieencc: and i beauty, and variety, t tiiat the eye, j lh>:ief(' e ordered th4t they do :tlp'aIbcf.r'the Ju i I I i itrrt' Adinini>tr>ition on thiatatc} vf J-rr Durl -

Mwt t. liv-1 fur; his >i j' j,iti j .j. a (-iii'fjiji: our I t'j'.vn, t-j ili : uLo; u let! or cf coulo- never weaiiee i i in lasting npoa tlitir t tillage: b\it of the S'up'.ricr Court for"ihe Mi-Jtllt! D-trict; of iL I ;l "iLi: .: ot'jaiii.-Mi-.i.tv, >Iti'r.t-,( 11.> .. .- -
C'd'u' .1.! :> MLLIS, C/iu-riRP ; ; ; nd.i, G.idsdei County, (bitlhii; in chancery | oti i>r i GAT/AK I1RNEAd'x..-... j
s. Iu '_ j not atock .C'trs; above ihes.nfico llm jrhor.l,
aj ; u ; '
,: bt-fore the llrst day of the next Novenil I'cnn of Loon rwjnty. Jx'! S'h, l35. 4G\/
I*. Tr.i.-i. s 1-iIi Ju'y, 1 1R\5. the s ciitui-:;.'t a pebl-ic to interrupt its equality.eshall '.-d Court and answer lh< Hill Sled by tho Comiin' _

1 S. ::;. .?. jfc.sjw.w, I'. r. .Ju; Ci I ifc33. i' //l.1.? / I !.a'\* rc-ejv; *J a t'PV] "f tl.t- piocecdJi \\ presently anive ;it the products o,>?| :iu> in vnis case otherwise the same will be taken pr: NOTICE.A .

| lAi MAD\ .--I Duly Jjijir-i jaunt t Ihc ...UPi ]' ;?;-, i! the C.id asscmMfl I ai Vc'.t-J'o n' on. the I thissoil, with I the! pifiical I c\jicriaient itsfertiiity.: c. fs T the nrxt Ja unry Tcn.i .
)u winch mu-Hvrp a njollicr's! h-ar! in'J.e J.i :a t'iIp ,' tf the cu'n.wini-'aiiuii: ui.uie !I'v th--ir Nothing e-ui be more fii'-.icioiis than ;she appearance : ; \ ._.: .::2.Y,,!! JJ3 40-ltn) < *i iut, ih' nnd..rsijjnnl Aihiiiinstrsiti r of llic is- -

| : log, .,f a si.r, :y-ii as yours is, and hehcvj j| (* imjut ie-: oil tl)2) MJ ; atony that to emigrant, from tiie : coui.U and Voe.ihers tur &Llltmt> .wi:!. aiJ cstau
I peaii, ;an TuvpU's, or to anj ,
.v.iiic 1
jng C1Tl1tjifl: nij.ht: batr rd i I I!I 1i1T'3'iHin: 'v J ;ulH*>tnl bv the -eetHt class (it'on CndtfiI j -f.cmturalist from nr.\ of tlie iio-'thern Males. ill the Pest Orm-c at Quinc-y, and pray to bc dischnr <1 therefrom.J.NO. .

''utvmng? relatives liy ;>-\iucsfon; of our ih- !*'i ; .in-J a t-'tj v t'1' Oi'- coiii nniu *Tijm UJH U* No of tli- bv which .J.idtdfn County, on the first day of July, \V. M.\LONJ:, A m'r.duinry '

sr" palhi.-s: ih- body of which your S-':i was n v.-i i I- i'-.. :rir j iji'on ol yur Hupennti''r'.cnt. Ij ih". { .e it. I Jlence e posFCSbes the any thing to i ib: v.hirh if not tacu! out hcfnrc the 30th day oft July 8lli, 1335. 43-Cin'
member ; compare; : exaggerations which wereI t \iuu. t 18 '"5, v. ill bc sent to the General Post O.'Iicci !
hashed.: } i full atid u"wiiM: : s an. ,, 00) iif ihu !In1'! in\.nti! I am not aajtiainlt-1 \vnii I 'ill j'.vetl! to ciivulateat tui SI,:. Ut ivhich havi proved dead L'tlrrni NOTICEH'S

.ziz the inoLvedinjn! of uhu-h arc !Ut-rc'.Mlh <$: .I U ly '.vhich :o rfost-ril-e the etnuti.n> tliat vni: I NO delu.Mve. lit nee, theoj-jio j -lie:t eMieme I i of contempt j i i i .1-ALL-ri.> ('uijiiiriiLI Martin, Panicl hereby given, that the B<>iks for rfC-Um<; Sn! ;

anMniit d) to *v n. i! isiy :ii I4r.nut EX1l1U'vi.-ii y.itMTntiMeroiii'etcnt| tot'ccxprf.vjua atal depreciation: ol tle; laiuljhich is not 71-lilako, MttzabctFij : \latILis, Avish srriitions to the Cnpitnl stock of tlie Houthcru .-

i-n: j it nut bi supposed, that this i< a itirro of the cor's erroneous. The truth may; !lay U.ieeu the cx-. j ll.irm, s'uKUclf McC.ill, Jessee Life Insurance and Tn .t Comany," vul be opt.ncilat

.f'z:/ (' uj'o.llnn oar jf Ji.r :lu 1.1,3 of i s ,..j.j J"iily '1-arly l'-l- te.-nmony icIcir I 1 r..it7.i II, Thomas Nicksoii, James A-iguslinv the sC-nd dav of November ncxr,
ird the 1 loss of cu \Viioi :bi' sphere of human elluns to di-j-rr <: 1iiiIjtie.
!io of our iiuiuS.er.! Not the aih-cii- ithe; In-uj an evt-jit sad r.nd I.i.t i. The liver cotton lands, a tich :alluvion, i 6'-C.i.drey, T. II 2 ,P-P.iri-iioiT, Stephen at 10 o'clock, and viI!! be left open from t'.nie-to tint
x.ul: e Ut fl.t ( VUI( i1I III eia| so loam from Jiuee ti feet '! Cli..(F.x. Nicholas M. Q--Qu.ittIcLean! :, S. 2 by adjournmunt. until the whole nfthe btuck shall! Lc
sandy greyi.-li ) twenty
:Jc-thalf <) un"X 'e<*ird I -1 ihe in". '.'r. > atl'ipte'i l>v hiyoiin'.1 j -
I I
of any indii id>i is! Un-j! hja Ci-awfir;!, !Kt.bcrt K-Rcai1, John subscribed, not cxft-etm! thirty inolai.cholv, : Thes not he so dee adhesive
deep. e ) IK >o
t may ;
C )::1I2XUfl'VIJU'I !have produced th"t tvt! :-I'.i (.:liapiiai;, John R. Read, Alfred LOT CLARK,
ceniHcuSraH: the !! fuith. 'IV null$ of this i i'ttt each of thcn, and to tl.e ofliccrs of TaA'atlcmy, as the same upon the Delta; of !he
umu-rsil diitcss \\hic!) prcvaiN d cv the fjatimdcof Father! Molh r, and j<']ati.s, i n i ijus' L I itustance) yet t there are portions, a nil no incun i ii DtrLy, Mary Roiicrts, Jonathan THOMAS DOUGLAS .. .
wy bosom, and the sorrottiaa iirnrt s of ]lia i derable! ones, whieh I have been, capable tif producitig Dopsuii Joseph R.E Ryull, Zachius June 2d, 1S33. 43-10xv Cominssii-sttrs.
though uu'luii'-lioly oficnng, fur their kind iiridatil'ciioua -
Lc asocjata abundantly the finest sugar cane, as also -Kv.ins, RmetF .'j -Scaley, William t
11111) attet. It smild be
SU : ; ea tcntions.Y Sei Island and Upland the ricoesl toluc F'i.oitrc'eFtlnda .Shaw Ram-rick NOTICE.
rerflu3us j e )ilon, ; ,
( to enumerate the many inp *tinabi: > Tj.h! hi igh ) t">pppt, I am, co, and r.orn from 50 to tiO bushels per acre. (.'-Gr.iy, Thumbs Smith, it Reid.Smylir C< IX weeks after date 1 shall! apply to tlie II--H tie -

ra-is, tviii-h m ,ked! his ohiK.cttr and < ndcarihim Pear Sr, your 'iho'Jirnt, 2nd. Next in order aie the low hammock lands //-llairiaon, Robert L. J. M. K JuJse "f'he Coun'y COUP of I-ton County -.
( d M us all. Whether harley, JuihiiaJon' ;vIkUX, John for I.e ter.- of Administration on the Estate of Duncan -.
I in I'M (1|,s.hargc WILL'M CARTER.IVr with their magnificent oaks, hickory: Magnolia -
wthc J S. F. 3 Wilkinson Richard 2 MrPh. rson, ded. -
duties of his ;prefer, :.,,,, or i in the SOCK,! C-idet J N. ELLIS, dogwood, &.e.. and thick under shrubbery such Jordnp.- s D., M. VOfZrnrFot, Win. D.WIM J. II. RANDOLPHJu'yJ / I :

an-rcotsrso in whirh hu so much! dfli, hle.!, he.a.ti'7 West Pon. New York. ;ire most excellent cotton, tobacco aim crn buds, ilf-Mr titxv! Duncan I:, Samuel D. 47tfBAItOUCHES!

ki'o VXI1 Io aCfl"il liimstlf: with distiuP L tile la t tier yielding 30 or 40) b-is..eis! : per aeae. Tlie Alonruc, Thomas Warren, 3I la.s.47Per'eus ,
1 success. Nor BLUE L.\\VS OF CONNECTICUT.The ) proximity of water in ti.es; ha tid.i la toe jirincipal! for the alove leit-rs will Fort SALE
at C these the urinri- t-alling pleasesay
!) fRlIIE undersigned have on hand three seccndM. f
loih'Wini tnnvript of the of .
1)al i is a principal cause tlie fertiiity.3nl. advertised. M. BLUE P. M. -
considerations which have, operated to ha-! I of hammock it h its forests handed BAKOUCTIES tor sale, which -je will sell :
the Code
kw his ;p rt ) celebrated Judicial known by Next are the high \% .itilv IH 49 3xvT -
"aulJ rernemtjraf I II us uniforn l gentle j the name of Blue Laws, under which it is said the also of oak, hickory, and some pine) -thee low tor cash or approved parer.DAVID \\ILSOK.. -

deportment and tno lcst behavior at-i first colonists of Connecticut remained for a con are susceptible! of the same cultivation, and corn \X COLLMCTOR'S NOTICE. llth 16"5. 43-3w
July
N of law I shall attend the fohtowi.gfr ,
acied the observation of all who knew him: iJ era lit! I time.-They are i as follows: gives 15 to 30 bushel!? per acre. Boitb these arc I plates pursuance the colleciinpj a.the Ter.ituiialuud

hf* (xernpary!' habits and higJi-tuncd sense oi'' "The Governor and mi; isl rates convened intreueral of the same contexture, clay! and sand of every County TAXES purpoic for t'ne year 1835:- IMarshal's Sale. .

)nor, elicited the elecm of his comrades, assembly, are the .supreme power, under variety of sade, with sometimes anirnul and vegetable At tht-house of John Kcndrick Monday the 2Uth BY virtue of n writ of Fieri Facia*, to me deiirervd

.nd ln fur Jj.m the admiration: Of the Officers God, of tins independent dominion. decotiiposi lullS. July-.- \l the hous AVilliam Roberts, 2 1st JulyAt I shall expose at pu'-lic s de. before the"' -
and Uofessors Fiom the determination of the assembly no appeal 4th. In order are the piiiy wood lands, and these the house of John llaxis, 22d July-At the store dour of the Court House in the City '-f 1 altolnssee, 4 4ob

5CIcty attached K. the Institution: his shall be made. offer I ihe most singular varieties of any within the of lohn I). Parish, ( Mickisooky23d) July-At the the f rst Fnturday in Scpte.nbcr ncxr. R. 'he right -

Th Trsouht b> lilt who knew Wnfhi0 > The Governor is amenable to the voice of (bepeople. boundaries of the United States. When the longhaired house ori'i-iijaniinGauae, a4th July-At the house cfDlockcr title, claim, and intcr :.st 't!" Tlu.mas Dra'Tonf! in-

of llsac'lu'lilltcnces, and thi pride or lob holly pine prevails, or the scrubby John atii July-At iho Tavern of Mr. ai.tl to the fi !ll'.winjr described Lots, to cit : Lots
class Thomi! 3i.u's Magnolia) 27th July-At St. Maiks', No. 2D 50 and t7C, lying and being in the i''ri Ad-' .
how ( ,
!
could' it be otherwise? Lnl''Ue I The Governor shall have only a sirig!(' vote in ralmeltu, the laud i is birren, except m patches,
l bo mi 2Sih July-At the store of X. \V Walker! (Shell dniori in the City of ral'ahns' levicn on a" th.* pro '
remembered, and uhcn time j deternrning] : any question, except; a casting vote where ouie grasses may be introduced for paslu -
Khaliyinany Point) :31st; July-At the store of R. J. HacklcyTal- perty 'f .ud Bradford, to satisfy a Judgment in fi-V
av1. | ( of flhoHWho now bo- when the assembly may be equally; divided. re. Where the short haired pine is seen, the Icha se-, 3d Au.. Tst. your of Cf&'rics Pindar. Sale will lake p'ace wuhin

3oan his death' the rccoJec1jjn of his The assembly: of'the people shall not be dismissed land is susceptible; cultivation, evpe to the sugarcane |CpA: j.uiictual ultnd.mce is requested. the usual hours.TtlOS..

'alrou Spirit, 'irtuei chi- by the Governor, but t-ball! : dismiss itself: and corn, the latter I giving here 15 or 20bu&bels 1 bhaH aitcnil from 10 o'clock, A. M. until 2 o'clock, ESTON RANDOLPH, :VIarhaT, I

principleS will tn:1inly % and (iniaWe Conspiracy against the dominion shall be punished per acre. I Inve known sucli land to pro p. H. of-each day. \ LFRED A. !- I1IEI.1'litaszr Dy A. A. FISHER, Dcp. Marsh: !, "*
flnae others to imitao his Lla'id J'l 4ih 1S35. 47-id Tullahasscc llth 1635. 43td -.-.
eamik. with death. duce one !bale: oi Sea cf-ttcn per acre. July,




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_ ,I _--._- ,- -t -.-. .- -. -- In *JJen fhpcr&r Court -Muj! Tern, t8. BAil ROAD ELECTION. -to TaE PUSUQ. S rx mont.ter' d& 1 lid.flw; t. 0!

_ :, are authorised to annoimet SAMUEL H. Daniel Bird, Compt I NOTICE. hereby given to the Stockholders In V THE subscribers wspeetfuMy'reform tke public the honorable tb'e J dke of ihe COunt' w
WE the
I DUVAL, Esq as a candidate to represent vs. I Rail Rord Company. that an they are now prepared to execute contracts county of OAd'lden, for Lenen orDiZnC11ltthe
z Xeon Connty in the next Legislative: Council. Thomas Preston jr. f Election will be held at the Secretary's Offics in the of any magnitudelcity country) in the House Carpentering estate of Jou P. el\le., 11\1 e or Oalbdt IIorh.

. I ___July 4th 47 if Wm. D.Jooes, .. ,."., Capitol, on Saturday the 27th of July next, for Scvei*, business, in aworkmaalike| manner, ami dec'd. w. D. IU RRISO N n f I "J
-- Littleberry H. Jones, c Directors tosorre (or the ensuing year. with despatch. By their unremitled attention they Quincy June itt. 1835. 434V A't. -
t WR c nre authorised to announce Capt. JOSEPH The heirs of Edward I Dy order of the President, hope to meet with a liberal share of the public pat .
1 MOORE, as a Candidate to represent Leon Doyle, deed., and the CHARLES AUSTIN, Secretary. ronage.-Also the Canr'age and Cabinet business wil FOR S. LE. -

h', 4oitnty in rhe next Legislative Council. hf irs of WmHambly. JI Jgne 6th, I 1635. 43td.STAGE. be continued as heretofore-oil work warranted done A FIRST rate PIANO FOI TO, appl t4
June 27th 1S3*. 4CtfW
,
'vI I IT appearing te the satisf4Ctio.i of the NOTICE V i in the neatest and best manner The smallest favors May : H J. lIA IT E fire nuOmrwed to announce JAMES. A. Court that the Defendants, Thomas Lratefully acknowle tped.Quinc 42-t(

I \. BERTH PLOT, E.cq.az a Candidate to reprein Preston jr. and Wm. D. Jones, do not reside in this The St. Marks via }. June 13 44 Jw WIL SON -TMW. Iii Notice e
> in the} Council. retide Town of Columbus ., .
I' sent county next Legislative Territory but in the Geo. Ms will in future alter -' .1
Magnolia
June 27th, 1835. 46tf and the residence of the heirs cf Edward Doyle deed nate with,the Chattahoochce or Fresh Groceries.The DURING m-, absence -

il N ; arc authorised to announee ARTHUR MACON and the heirs of Wm. Hambly, is unknown: It is Northern Stage:Leave Tallahassee every other dayat subscriber has just received and offers by constituted Territory, MrJohn Par. h'tb I I
WE therefore motion of tke and appointed htrt.
: Solicitor .
Complainants nKd
on '
candidate to Leon 7 Arrive St. Marks 2 mj Ag '
i Esq. as a represent A. M. at by ,p. M. Potatoc. ;tto
Irish 10 aCI.
made 20 bbls. ,
be I [
ordered
.I I bounty in the next Legislative Cowcd.r that publication agreeably to the. Returning, leaves St. Marks at 7, .. M. Arrives nt Flour June 20 h SAMLFL PARitiJIU.
40 do. superine 1933. 45-8w
June 26th, 1835. ,tf statute in such case made and provided, and that said 'Tallahassee by 2, r. )!. I
defendants appear and plead, answer, or demur, to taken Hotel Mr.Harvey's 25 boxes Cheese, OTii-
Seat the Tallahassee N
at City '
E nre authorised to announce EDWARDCHANDLER complainants filed in this cause, on or before j'j'tho 10 do. Scotch Herrings, V 11'1
St. Marks and the Post Office
Magnolia.
the
Esq. as a candidate to represent the first day of the next Term of this Court, or the SOlbs. 10 do. Sperm Candles, AT next January Term of thfl Co '
Fare through 5U- of allowed
$2 to C
Baggage Gadsden JeS
i Leon county in the next Legislative! Council. same will be taken pro coxftsso. 30 do. Soap, County, the inLcrsjcd
each Passenger, and when the Stage is full, no extra trator of the dmra
estate of Edmund ;
.Linc27I35.I 46tf 2 do. Moravian Pioos, dA *
A Gilchr ,,
.11 true tIJ
-_ copy.Attest, J. HARRIS Clerk. b ,gagc can 10Jc carried. All baggage and parcels at 20 kegs Lard, present his Accounts and Vouch* rs for IS,,7kc *iJ :

: 53- We arc authorise to announce May 21 41-4m. the risk of the O'vncrs. 10) do: Goshen Butter, said estate, and to he disrls ire,. therefle..t *1 ?:

:; GEO. E. DENNIS, Esq. as candidate to represent James Thurmond R. B. SIMMS, Agent. 1500 lbs. New Orleans Sugar. JAMES M. GILCIIR: i< TGadsdcn ?- :i
) JUXE lUib 1935.vs. Tallahassee April 2.3, 1835. 37tf
,
Leon County io the next legislative Council. > Attachment.J. With an assortment of oiher Groceries for sale at V county. June 15th. B3 5. 4S.6drnr.- -

_March: 23_:3.tf_ W. Day, J II. A- PIERSON, the lowest cash GEOKGE priV II. LINDE BERGER, EDGE TOOLS._ _

t NOTICE.4LL THE Defendant and all others HBOjmXSJ'ij aILCDI1RESPECTFULLY Tallahassee 31st. January 1835. 25 if THE subscriber experts to bi supplied "it
.1 having: demands against the Es are hereby notified other Edge To.l8 fro the 'le
persons any informs his friends and the N. B. The subscriber returns his sincere acknowledgements n m\nltrat 1 I
I (J Cullin Edwards! deed. are hereby notified that Attachment has been surd out of the officeof Warren Hunt & Co., Dowlas Mn ry of
the Clerk -Gadsden Court Flo. and : that he has just received pr. for the very extensive patronage he has sell them f a"l II"tlts.
County 1 B
to their cJajms duly authenticated witin the : ( ) I \vlll. at wholesale, nt 1r4
{.: time present required by law, to the undersigned, or they will the Defendant and all others mteicsied. ore hereby Schr. Wm. P. Savin, a complete assortment of Goods received, and pledges himself that nothing on !his part, addition of cost of trAnsportatioi ftctory priet.ilhth. "

< frc forcvci barred payment. I I required t& appear and plead to the declaration filedin I suitable for the present season. shall be wanting to please the people in general. be trarran f-siould! they brea t tn.m Thrse T,.( .ul.s old

JOhN EDWARDS, 1 I i the case. FERGUSON, 1 Piece Among them Blue are tho following: G. H. L. ton high temper, they will |he cjrhan .-p"n flu f, 'h{:r rom
Broadcloth
Ad mr s. Superior P -
,
r CUL. EDWARDS. S i .Tun 13 44-3m Att'y. for Plaintiff. 1 do. do, Blk. do. Expected Somerset from Charleston, The Axes are now \\w' made for this 1'1._

I -June 27 4Sws NEW YORK 1 dodo.. Brown Cohmarino. A first 90 BAGS Coffee. will April be rcrch'echh'lrdy.1uh. 1814. 3C-Cm GEO Liird.

s j Storing & Shipping Cotton.KERR I Cheap Wholesale Clothing JVaT houst. rate ankle for summer coats. 10 barrels of Sugar, -, -- -
subscriber has hand fresh manufactured 1 do. Invisible Green Athenian Cloth do. 4 1-8 casks Cham,>aigne Brandy, NOT : .- .. .1
will and : on 'a.A
STURGES
attend to Storing
I & THE I do. do. Blk. Bombazin, 10 kegs Dutch Herrings, I.L
extensive and stock of
Clothing persons havinany de-nanrls
complete
; in Cotton-they will Also advance ont ; It '
\ > tin
; that will in ana with establishment 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, 2 barrels prime bottled Ale, and tate of Tapt. Th thH trA
thm compare, style price, aay i Wilkes
Cotton entruitcil to care for shipment to any St\brotk, :
I 1 do. do. Satten Faced 2 tin Sardines. ,de
l Vesting cases l late of Jefferson
States will in the country As this is one of the o'dcst County. will t md
f market in the ITnitcd or elsewhere and In C
:
; 2 do. Duff and White Marseilles The Somerset will Charleston attested 5Iat"mfnt
Stores Rt. of t hc large establishments) in the City, the subscriberhas Vestings, return to immediate u--sciioer. -
L purchase at either tlcir in Tallahassee or or tnJoltf' t
; been able from make 2 do. do. Silk Pocket Hkfe. l ly. For freight or apply to C ants A Law
Marks. Ort.( 4th, J 1031 (Htf) long experience, to general F.j. 't'y. at and .ill Persons indetted
improvements i in the quality and sizes of his goods. 2 do. do. Plaid Cravats, W. C. MILLER, St. Marks. the said Kt' ie are herebv rrqu-rf If) 10

TREASURER'S NOTICE. The articles! will) aM be sold at a small advance, or the 1 do. do. Bik. Silk do. May 13th. 1835.. 41tf to the suh r.r:?Jcr. JOHN A. (T'THRERTm m.th lt J
I liberal And sundry other articles, such as Gum Elastic '
most terms.
TXEJTURER'S OFFICE, ) F. J. CONANT, Suspenders, White and Black Hair-Cloth Stocks, In the Superior Court for the County of Leon, ''1'116 1uaified41tf Etctutor. t

TALLAHASSEE, March 8th, 1935. J No. 138 Pcarl-st. stairs stairs New York. Brown Linen Gloves. Linen Collars, White Cotton .';Iid. Did. of Florida April 30/A, Iti35. el i
BY an net passed 21st November, 1829, it is provided May 30 up 42 8\\ .(Cup ) and R.indor.4 Half Hoe, Sic. &c. All orders will be Samuel Hale, Trustee and DYSPEPSIA AND I 1\'Irt..CO\1PL\I'ir- ..

that all WInds executed by Auctioneers thankfully received and punctually attended to. Credl'r., Compl'nt. against 1 f PTOjU7roj Phytiol'gi: ; ,,
shall be forwarded tho Jud c of the County Court tfiriKf.who. for several .
by
: STORAGE AT ST. MARKS. May 30 42-tf John H. Parker, John W. j jMASSIC years, has devoted! his nti;
10 the Treasurer of the Florida anr1 that attention the
to
Territory ; subscriber having rented that large and -S C. C. William treatment cA 'c (cor inrtttr
com IN CU
THE )> NCEn1'. tt dj.;
All Auctioneers shall} in each has
quarterly C'unmcn- ca" succeeded
,
year by chcmi and' I
Warehouse formerfy occupied by H. A. and Robl'rtV.. Williams .malv.Fs .
thc! J 1st transmit Treasurer PIERSON thesis in .
sizon January, to tho I forming a combinalioi from
Judge Crane takes this opportunity of informing his and Jane Aiken, Executrix several prsy -
under oath; taken before some Judge, a ropy of all mate vegetable principles 1 to wl irh he .'
friends
and all has
the public generally, lh.it goods stored o! Ed \ard Aiken, deed. I Hvrn the
t sales effected! him with the and what name Merficina Stnmnchfcr ,
by amount at
: with him, shall have his strictest attention, and their DcfcivkiUs. J JTHE ct HVrmicawhich ha,
lime .'tnaI j/bcc; and for whom the same was nmdt orders wiJl with proved tar more. efficient than
be attended to promptness and dcs. in this any remedy heretofore
1 I Now, all Auctioneers arc required to take notice of I. patch. ED WIN W. DORSEY. Subpoena discovered, in curing those (c'ustrcssii' ..'mahclhi '1
I faid law, nnd conform to it, or suits upon their Bonds not having been executed mind and body, which arc ccr.cially cnmtWende'in i
'I April 13 36-tf
t must be in-tiituU'd. Judges of the County Courts arc ., V I I on the Defendants, John H. Parker and John W. tier the sweeping terms Dr"ryrsl.and LITERs'! f'I f'I I
Massic and it the
I requested without delay, to forward!, opcrly certified E r.rGR&llVl.NG. appearing to satisfaction of the PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain
:' And approved, the Bunds of Auctioneers in their. pos I Merchant JH| Tailor Court that they are not inhabitants of this District, I I largement of f hn SPLF.EX.Amone cure far t. t.
.' SiOll. CHARLES AUSTIN O II. Throop, Engraver, of Bank Note, Maps, but live in the United States, the said? John IJ. Parkerin the
9 Portraits, Heads of Bills, Business and Visiting i the Western Distiict of this Territory, and the said symptoms of Dj-pcpsiaand Liver-c< ::
I, ((31 tfl| Trt'\s\.ircrfthc nf Florida.
Territory Cards Notarial nnd Seals I l plaints, an flatulency, sourr.ev or burning in l'L
Diplomas Society John W. Massic in the State of Virginia: It is ordered the s's.nmrh
: I Merchant Tailor Door Plate,*, and all kinds of Masonic Engraving ex 'FALLAuAr FtOHIDA.DIRECTIONS. that the said Defendants do appear and answer 1 melancholy, irritability,ilisasrecable taste in-S I
enurd in a superior manner. Specimens be 1 the bill I mouth ; great irregularity of n ipctite, which is sonTe- "
I Thrtf doers the Planters! Hotel. may seenat complainants according to law. And that a II
ncrlhtf I tunesfaf.'lnU
anti other
Mr. Wilsons Book Store,where odrers may be left. opy of this order be forthwith inserted m the Floridian at times ereatly defidcr.- "
..4 JJ. HlllGli:, respectfully informs the public that Tallahassee March J J9lh 1835. for three months successively. thirst, fetid !breath, nausea, weakness; of the stomach! \\
has j'ist received a general supply rf goods and eructations, I II'
palpitation,
tCP Sign and ornamental l executed dnwsiness3iTepihrit7
pointing as a- THOS. RANDALL I
[Signed
) Judge.
; saUrJjlt to every bran h of hi.; profession, consisting l bovc. Test J. S. LINK Clerk. of the 'bowels pressure on the stomach after incas: I,
; i in part of Blue: BUch! Mixed, Green, Imi:iblc Green, .-- ,30th pain in the head dizziness r.j vcrtio; confusion tf i

,., i 3 Jrakc reck Green, and\ Brown Broadcloths! striped COTTON GINS. May 42.3m mind, attendee' with the loss if memory: a enawiru

: Drabs, LaveiidT and T et coloured Casiuicres, Vesti subscriber has received on Agency from NOTICE.AT i in the itnmach when fmp-y, chilliness! affection of
:.:s, -.4)'(. All of which wilt be m.ic'.n to order. Ladies THE sight and .
bearing pair. and! vcakncss
Rob' in
&
': rsoi1 KeHer, successors to Camp- the next term of Leon Court sdniinistrator tIle (lack
Cuur-ty as
: filling dresses and cloaks: maJc in the most f.\shbnJ.bIe bell 4- Glaze, for the sale COTTOM GINS,constructed on the Estate of George Dewey, I- l languor- disturbed sleep, cold! fct und hind, tremor i iI

i *-tVe. after the plan either of Boatwiight i or Campbell & t shall accounts and vouchers for settlement. uneasiness in the throat, cauzh, pain in the side of
present
my
r t 'In presenting Jar':1cdt i to the public he simply slates Glaze, and will be warranted of the best quality eitherof I breast. &c,
JOS. W. KLEIN.
t t'iat' vorU shall l 11 ave .hi. tl;, without toe entireraiisfiirtnn The above
no : maladies lead
p iron steel Saws be ro (rjranic nffectinrs
., or as may preferred. They January 31 25-6m nf thc
of the owner and warrtnt" his cutting will be received in the month of August, or early in stomach, liver I and heart,termii-atinjin: Droj.syCon-
r.qual to Philadelphia or New York. He will use September next, and will be sold on accommodating The Height indispensable sumption, poplexy,&.- accorJin to dIe r1im3te.h1b.
4 r vcry cnJcavur to pkave every one that pitronises t term 1. Round the chest under coat. ROWAND'STONIC i its, jge, sex, and tempemm of the patient.

.{ him, an-1' ns h-j i is a permanent resident of Tallahas- All orders will be thankfully received and punctually 2. Do. Waist. Prepared by J. P. PETER:;, :). D., Millcdgetilo! (
frrc, identified solely with its interest, be ask3 the iupl 1 attended to JAMES McMULLIN. 3. From back-seam to elbow and knuckle joint.! MIXTURE. Inventor and sole proprietor. I

4 },ort of the people. Tallahassee, April 18th, 1835. 36-lms 4. Round the thigh.) 4 FULL supply of this valuable mrdicinc is just Testimonials.Numerous cirtincatos might le ad ,
1 lirli; .14 :3Uf 5. From the hip-joint to tho nncle. received. I shall hereafter have I duced relative the
it constantly on to cxtraor lin.t; 'y cures perfcrmrt
'
I I New Books. STAGE TO JACKSONVILLE. distance By the above be scale enabled of measurement to forward ,tnair gentlemen at a hand. br i using these metirir.e; but .be follow iltg, Are tJlll; r I.,
measures
The informed may IT is WARRANTED TO DC A SATE ASD EFFECTUAL sufficient to satisfy the minds o! the most
.
skeptical
t public are which will :
received The Cavaliers .fVarg3n1aFriz. ever with) pr lUr \ttcnL on.
( Fl'.VER AflCE
V KEMKOT FOR ANH
JUST IF TAKEN AOIlEEAbLCTO From Dr. James Ewe
:. f 0 Pumjiuin, The Coquet, Winter in the that a regular Line of Stages !- (f 'il THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having Leon circulated i ion .luthvof." the Rltt'ical. Co -.pa
or Family hYi"tfln.I
", \Vt t11'11, Prc'l lIu. Sharp's L-tters, Excen'.ric has been established that this mixture contains
I V H J\ PlKttsuN M>ul!(J heixuy respectfully in- arsenic, I am directed by I NEW-OKI Dec. 20i' 31.To
EASS.
Chat: acters, and a variety M i ;ccllaneous and School .i between Tallahassee and Jacksonville duwanncc form those of his former patrons, and the public the oprietor to say that these reports are nttetly false trAwii it may conctm.-'i'his is i 'o "r .V.t I Ihave ,

4 Books. A-L-S-O Springs; leaving Tallahassee c"eryl ndny morning -. t generally, that he will continue the Tailoring Business -and I am also authorised to oficr a Reward of I 10-, h witnessed If.,' np intirn of D- PI'r intStomachicr
,;J The Religious Souvenir for 1S.13. The Token and : and arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday-from on his own account, in all its various branches, at 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof et Ilrp'itice in"\ umb- V '. ,itj ,I

Souvenir for lBI: :. WM. WILSON. whence travellers to the North will) find ready conveyance the old established stand formerly occupied by the the least particle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, Dyspeptic! Livr-ail..ii} ,.->. .'i : V ,ke-

_.March- 08th' 33f_ to St. Augustine by Jb'Mges, and to Savannah Messrs. R. B. Sf J. B. Bull, on Monroe street, adjoining or any other poisinous ingredient in it. wise in several! c3sesoftlic enl Ir' er.-. .n

t- : NOTICE. by the Steamboat. Fare thrc each wy 825 00. I the Watch-making establishment of Frederick In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no and its affects ..-ere truly as>: t V V ',9.;

.* su'>Hcr lcr returns hid thanks to the public Jan, 25, 1833. [23tf1 JAS. M. HARRIS. Towle, Esq., where he will continue to keep on hand persons except authorised agents will be furnished by citation in declaring: it th.- n> ..V, V ra f
THf a choice assortment of Fashionable and Seasonable the Proprietor with the mixture sell .
: the liberal encouragement he has received to again. I am for those distre-! !;' aiV -V' : .' ,. :&
cmcc he has toeca in thij place, and solicits a conVmu- New Book Store. GOODS of the latest importations, of which he will fur- ole agent for Middle Florida, and am assured by M. in my knowk--, ".. : '" : Fv I
nish to the order of tluwe who Rowand that ( small lot 4 V
clothing may please to except a sold to 1r. Eccle ,) .'. '
:.iccof their Just \'cdptrschr. Delta, subscriber has received and will imme -V. V
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patronise. open favour him with their the shortest notice not a single bottle has been will be V V
TIE patronage at or sent, or sold l byhim .
tltrcct from New York,a general assortment of \Voolpri }, (next door South of Mr. Mancr's store) Th.' l iVi'rrsiirr.fd: 'ar. hi-ir r' .:' V
4 Inn, Staple and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, H.Us, Hollow. an assortment of BOOKS and Sf A.TIOXART, and wouldbe made in the most durable :and fashionable style, and to any person Middle Florida, except to rue : 'iztcV .1' F>". I'ti.i's .1t"d\ltT.; : V. .,&.
reasonable Liberal Arsenic has bern
on deductions will be discovered
terms.IC] If in
.vare, Cutlery, Ifon-niongcry, Crockery, fyc. ron- glad to supply his friends and the community in /iW/iTid's any mixture called! p.itr.v-i in tliT &.\.... }f ry=.:-., p..i.- nnj! I iv ';3
made
on all orders for cash The it mutt have been in the
of bine black and brown Cloths blue black reasonable or prompt payment. some of spurious imilitlons. i"qn -. : G.; JJ'i ."* "* .
sLing ; general, with any articles in his line on the most subscriber wou'd return his sincere tl.anks for favors t All therefore, who wish the ;;.l".s 'nlllXr.ri..n'.t'1.
past persons
I drab and grey double milled C.\s'in\trcs; Cassinets terms. Although his assortmott is not yet genuine F'r. P'" :.Me J.:,'iiio' >r.o'm.'tl"T': H"pal.tr/ :".It upi
,and hope still by assiduity and strict attention Tonic Mi.rtllu-slwuld be cautious of whom
c. j&ud Saltinets; English, French and American Prints; very eneralhe expects to make it so by shipments already they purchase i in parcels vri'!l\ full tir'Cti'-us!; for mil':. From one
to merit and receive a share of it My label will be bottle
generous : en sold:
u1' .1 black Lustrin; and Fancy Silks and Silk Shawls,Gro made, and others to be made by the first vessels patronage. every by mc:: :to three parcels! will be r.cretry to cr.inpl'-te a cure.
Tallahassee 1835. 37GmSIX I
&.. Jaehouct Swiss and Mull Muslins April, E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent for Middle Florida.
ie Nap, ; ; from the North. Th" price: i is> :4 a par!vl.A )

tJ. 4, and 5.1 brown Domestics, of a superior quality ; lIe has also the Christian Almanack, published expressly months after dite, we shall S"! mit our V ac .___No_ 2 3d -- isf gCl. quan'ity of 'he abwe'rry valuable preparations

Cotton Bagging and Negro Cloths ; a general assortjncnt for Florida, calcalatcd for the Meredian of and Vouches as Executors of the estate of will I be kepi *rorMan !y on Land by

1 : of Shoes ; a variety of Crockery Ware, HollowWare Tallahassee, and containing local matter in relationto John Lestrr deceased, to i he lion the County Court V E. B. P1U\I?:! S,T\lr; hassec,

Cutlery, Hats, apply r adischargc. I
Holland Gin ; Sicily, Sherry, Port,and Claret Wines; gross, dozen, or single copy. : or retail, on as rp s'IO.rf': ? terms as they can be
with many other art'clcs too tedious to mention. Pur- Dec.. 13. 1R34. 18tf JAS. S. LINN. J AS. .. LESTER, ) Executors.March obtained of the proprJ el' r. Also by
L chiscrsare invited to call and examine for themselves. 'VM. LE TER. J Doct's. HOLMES & ILLMMS, Cambcllton,6
ALFJSC'R. FORMY DUVAL. .21st 1835. 32-Cms
t M-. HALSL&T. D'UEirisf. Appalachirola.
F Tallahassee. Nov. 4, 1833. [I3tf| JOS. PRIESTLEY- PETERS.
C. *.--- V 4I Union Bank of Florida. that
The following are few amcn thc : persons
many
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STORAE! STORAGE!!! STORAGE !
,V : a meeting of the Board of Directors of the have U-cn either eniirdy ci red or greatly LcneliteJwithin
.: IN addition to his ware-house the AT Union Bank of Florida, held at their Banking the Kisr twelve months by the use of Dr. Pe

i V r has recentlyercctcd a spacious build V r House in the City of Tallahassee, on the 16th ters' J\I ,ddll.c! Stomachic et Ikpaticae witliin tM

OC 80 by 23 feet, forreceiving cotton and oods. ABRAXTED February, 1835, the following Resolution was adop MADE and sold wholesale nmllc- tate'of Gcortia.

TIMOTHY 1\1'CARTY. ted:- Frederick county, Md. by C lIer ton Mrs. Abner Hicks, Wilkinson.
St. Marks, December27th Resolved, That each and every Stock-holder in the concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Mrs. Capt. James Willi:., do. .

., A Mill Negroes-and Goods for Sale. Union Bank of Florida be, and he is hereby, constituted The above Ointment it offered to the public as a I: Col \V rTl. F. Bond, do.
and appointed an accredited agent of said Bank sate and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, Wayne W. Elands, Es j. Laursns.

!THE: : subscribers intending to close their business I for the purp'se of carrying into eflect the provisionsof some of which have so long baffled the skill of medica Bryan Allen, E.C. do.
Aspal.iga, the ensuing summer, with a view the 33d Sec. of its Charter, which Section is in science. Col. John W. Porter, Moagan.

opening at psUchicola next fall, will sell a bargain these words, to wit- 1st White Sxvellingsof every description.2d Sanford Chapman, Esq Jones.

in the SAW and Grist Mill. The Mill is situated FULL of Landreths Sec. 33. Be it further enacted, That in all instances Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.3d Alexander Irvin, Esq Washmgtof.Col. '.

one mile and a half from the river on t Creek affording A herb and supply flower seeds just received superior and warrented garden I, I in which slaves shall be mortgaged in virtue Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particular!) Geo. G. Mathews, Green.

an abundant supply of water throughout the fresh by ). B. PERKIrS.M I of this; act, the possession thereof shall be and remain those hardened tumournin I women's breasts which often arrh 1ft. IfltS. 30tf

-year, and commands a good supply of timber, was areh; 1st, 1835. 30tf : with the mortgager, any law to the contrary limes terminate in ulcerated eancers. TO THE ASTHMATIC AKDTHE CONSUMP'I'V

V formerly owned by Mr. Dickton, and has lately been I notwithstanding, until by the covenant or covenants 4th Felons or what some people know by the name and fatal of all Disease iao
rebuilt by us. The Gjrist Mill is the best in the neigh FRESH DRUGS WIN S : contained in said mortgage, it shall be lawful for the t V Catarrhs, of every description..5th most prevalent -the
civilized Conanropnou-aiJJ
borhood and comnnAnJs nearly the whole custom.We said Bank to seize the same. And if ai any time the: Rheumatic Pains of the joints. to society of .,

V will sell with the mill, if desired, four or five "cry Surgical Instruments, fyc. President of said Bank, or any accredited Agent ::6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in a generally sh ht but neglect traced 10 cold.the leaH P.y Alarming estimation it. -rr- rI
valuable slaves and tvo waggons and tams. Apa- thereof, shall make oath before any Judge of the whatever situate. .J
4 HAVE just received a full supply ot fresh part hundred and thousand die annall'that
}iachicota regular and an improving market I County Court, or Justice of the that he one fifty persons It
affording a
: Drugs, Medicines and Cheraicab. Pure Peace, verily :7th Tetters all kinds. In this com plaint, the pa I ly of the consumption. Most of these dreadful I resoi
believes that the
f'r luinber makes this a desirable) property for one said mortgager intends removing Lint, in applying the Ointment must keep the partout I and a 1
his it. PORT, MADEIRA & MUSCATELLE It'I.YE' or is about to has may be attributed to comm m cold negnsuel
who can devote attention to The property remove, or commenced to remove, of water
TV ill be shewu at any lime to any person wishing to in bottles, imported specially for the use of the the said slave, or slaves, beyond the reach of the: 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost.} treatment of the harrawing ccngh difficult that gencn breathing eai.
'
: 1 I f purchase.We sick. Weigand & Snowden's superior AMPUTATING laws of this Territory, in violation of his covenant: .It is also one of the best remedies for Burns and I -whicb is usually followe.1 .ed V z alent PII
j in the aide, and at last Ulcera! Lungs.
V ;. will also sell our stock Goods comprising aa i L I TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE, DISSECTING with the Bank, it shall and may be lawful for sid Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a Asthmatic attacks, also bring on .
for the and will sell Judge or Justice to tssu an Attachment repeated Co.n"Jp"ymptoras.
1 good assortment season or rent and POCKET INSTRUMENTS, in cases. against such short time. in
our improvements, consisting ofa Store House and a STOMACH POMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and I slave or slaves, directed to any Marshal, command :For Inflamed Women's Breastfl, and Glandular, chase efDUMFRIES One or two doll us expended
large and new Warehouse for storage of cotton, on I ing him to seize and take such slave: or slaves, and Swellings it is superior to medicine known to .
Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes 8tc. any yet
I the river bank. IL is kown to be a good stand for a make return thereof to the next Court having competent the medical faculty' It is much safer than mercurial REMEDY FOR THE PILES

store and a tavern, and needs no further recommendation An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the jurisdiction, in the same way as is provided of any prepartion of that material,) because it does The proprietor begs leave t ) recommend (whicbbe:

V from us. We received during the last season I Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm,Catnep, byrthe general law of Attachment : Provided, more- net lay the patient liable to injury from expose to does with the fullest confidenc 3) one of the wott ainM table a1U'

eleven hundred bales cotton, and .xpect to receive Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, over, hat in any case of mortgages on a slave or cold. remedies known for this troobJ 80me. and P

about the sune quantity the present season. Thyme, Cellery, p.c. slaves,by virtue of this act, the increase of such slave t tp This Ointment has cared sores of many years stand complaint. Without going into detail', .he dee! it c..
The of of the above will be.zn&de LIML JUICE and LEMON STRUP. or slaves shall be subject to the same lien created the oon
terms ony property said by ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the nough to say, he has in his posie ion I"
accommodating, and great bargains may be had SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA CCRRT. mortgage. external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming doubted testimonials that it has more completelyswered .

of us in gouls for cash or on a short crcJtl.HARRISON English, French, and Prentis's Soaps and Per- -March 7ih 30-20w. carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, the purpose for which iti is intended, twn i

& RANEY. fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May. Watches Jewelry &c.A increase the quantity of the discharge, remove the of other popular medicine, m ,
Aspalaga 21st February: 1833. 28.tf nard & Noye'a celebrated INK and INK POWDER- fensive smell, and ease the pain. This remedy is perfectly innocent in J,18..1 pplit1 ctiO!

r- of Florida. 'THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS fee. THE: subscriber has just re- it cares the wont Felons Whitlows on an application to all conditions, ages and sexei. Full oin eacb
Territory an additional sup of 48 boars. description of the complaint, &c. cc Jn''>w't a&

10 /t the Gcdtdtii Superior Court. I E. B. PERKINS. ply of WATCHES,JF.WELRT, SILVER Rheumatism which have stood so long as to becomea I packet, which con* U of t"0 bon. O10,1" .. f
: Hardy B. Cioom, Bryan Croom ] Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] SPOONS, &c. which he offers systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken inwardly : ; Electuary. Price, $1 for tie whole, or 50 C n

1' L *nd James MiIJ"CQn1pI:nantlO.VI. V for sale on his customary reasonable to remove them entirely. But in most common but one o'f the article is wantnd. -/iitf
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; V V IN CHANCERY.Pbogan terms. cases by applying this Ointment externally as directedit i DYSPEPSIA, OR [ DIGE.

Jtihn Jas W. Exum, FREDERICK TOWLE. will give relief. And even in old people, whoa Of long standing, and of the most obrtiottu dtlIent11.
and Joteph Russ, Defendants. J Oct: 4lh, 1834. (Stf) pains! have been of longer standing, it will ease the I has been immediately relieve I and ottea perm"
V it appearing to the satisfaction of the Cour The subscriber has employed a Patch-Maker direct pain.To I cored in a variety ofcs.sesthaihave occurred IB c

tkt John Phagan resides out of this Territory, an! from England ; and assures the public, that any work sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment and vicinity by nilpg for a sh)rt time..
i r! "at Jamcv \V. Emm and Joseph Russ live out of th.s, entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptlyand mcst. be very valuable in winter on oar coast it being, Dr. Relfc's Vegetable Spec fie and anti.BillOboth aI.'

I listritt, but in the County Jaak&on in the Western in the best manner.. F. T. very certain in its effects on Chilblaias or parts affected' of which are to be taken together accordlD'iDI f the
: istria of Florida, I I' VJ V with frost likewise pres ves its qualities in all cJi i cable plain and practical dire:tions I
V It is, therefore, ordered that nnless said defendant A UCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca- EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. malesA Specific. Price 50 cents each, "

", do appear and answer the complainants bill herein ., .ted himself in TaUabassee, proposes to do a gen- 4 LL persons having claims against the estate of large mass of testimony proving the value of this None are genuine unless signed.oa th'Ot1 IDDER p ,
: on or before the first Monday of September next, th". ral commission business,regular sole days,Tuesday j3L Ellis Burney, late of Leon county, deceased, are most excellent medicine will be shewn to those who ted wrapper, by the sole pi

: 7 the samo will be wen pro confesso against them, an L 'txd Saturday.He I vquired to present them duly authenticated within wi h further information on application to Dr Hers immediate successor the late Dr. W. T. COJI1fJ1.-goorl
; I it is further ordered thst copy of this order be published will also attend to administrator and othersalrfn -.he time prescribed by law, or they will be forever tons, or to any of his authorized agents. For sale at his Counting Ro .nj, over No. 99

I in some newspaper pnnted at Tallahassee, on' the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. ;>arred : Those indebted to the estate, are requestedto The above medicine sold by special appointment ()f street, near Concert Hall, Bo.ton: nd also' b'lN bil'r-

I week for four months successively! which is orderoTHOS. March 23d J833. 33tf make the patentee and warranted genuine. cial appointment, by E. B. PERKINS. ,

: d-- I "eaordi\glr RANDALL, lud, N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neat payment.GUILFORD BURNKY, Ex'r. I E. B. PERKINS. DnuosiiT Dr..t.t .

_1 i Apr i) 111 35-4n net: and despatch, by & flACKLEY. June 6th, 1835. 43-8w l Tallahassee January Jet, 1831. R7tf, TsllJisee, Feb. 22d, 183: 3Ptf

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