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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 25, 1835
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00148
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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CHANDLER LAW. rt representative to the city of Richmond, he 4 S
ATTORNEY AT
his rcsideflect33 THE FLOItiiflAit was invited td become a candiaalB and waT*
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Ct. Oticc CC _:SOtf elected. He continued in the legislature till ;

r. B. STEPHENS 1791 when he retired, mingling, however, activity
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: politics of the day. : .

jtlorney at Laic. Gadsflen CounV "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." One of the earliest meetings called to ex 33
located himself in Quincy, J
U ; aaJ nU pri.tice "J. the ('UI of Ap.iI -- -- -- __ j press public sentiment, as to the conduct of *

:uh superior Courts of Gad-Jen, Leon and] t yt TZIX i3izLt % : Citizen Genet, was at Richmond, and Mr. i .

Marshall drnw the
up resolution* th re pass :

livca: : *ed, expressing -trong disappn biti-m ofGenet's
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VMKS 31. SCOTT, \r.\I.NU: in he P.istHrnrc JUST RECEIVED Fro -i t Ka'ii i re ''a r ;. cour-e', and it deep sen=e rf the Janger -

.1TTOJ\t .IT I. 1W. REM:: diy i1' Junt-, 1S3.1, if not taken at TnUahassre out liy the, I'fr, tale arrivals HBLS from JIP York and A" Orleans, DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. of foreifin influence. In 1795 he was anin iH
re. p :? IJ.i-n., rc w-tc| wheat 1'lour
.1viN' i i-a-Ii ''aniMlfin Monur 'iln, JclTcrsonH :
C ,"inrv. Floruw, tciukrs his profc Hcn: T wr-He Md I 'i'ors. 75 do. \VestTn do. likely to happen liut yet so earnestly and anx About this period he was invit <: by Prest
l-Vrrii ccnerally. A
f tie Territory .i .aifc-. John
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,.ftp : 't. : ,i.e (. O.TIS of th? Counties of Leon, t Ail-Hi. eslcy Ilium, Mrs. Sarnh 2 51):< do.do. ( i iously deprecated throughout the Union, and dent f Washington to accept the otlfp nf \ttorne' -

'tiriUMJOn.i! ;: <-icr.. nnd the Courts of Thrnas'T 411: \\iIu.-t1a /.-John-cm, Pavul AJouev. G'l brins rnu-Poik, tho inirlliiiHn f of which, will carry mourning General; but declined it on nr, onr of

art n\-\ (;eorz1. He o'so ten Icrs his' scrvir 'sl" Allis. ('hajr $. Charles BJoyce. I Id ti'-i, ccs pri'i.c Porto jrft Ri"f n si a Coffee d. and sorrow M every breast,.-Inth at length it'; interferitig nith his lucrative pr-i -tice.lTpon .

.rt, % .,. -er.( ral!y, aid as a c-illrrtnr i: n :,.a1t&:5 ir: .}. d-os In M..nrfZ um.f -- I! A'fl An-lt-r., Thomas I K.-K.
r : .\ Vat.ii J-picer W ..00, bushels NotliernCorn, I \I.L. is no more The pain'ul intelligence from France President Wa hiri2t; <.n .nlirite
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Lemon and
>;.-KSIi.: H nr Raspberry Syrup, was, received in this him the
.:* ----- Kerr, ParickK 10 bbls don'r' fined L'af Su ar j city ye-tcrdav afternoon to accept nppoinlimnt i- Mr. Mon. I : *

-.l1)iiT-I: ; LI) Ul.Sq.rrrJ.VL Ri-ll ci'', jt'ini Jacu?A Tr, David 5 IH..Y-, Wliitf Il'ivnna do., j li v the Ka-tern mail. After an illness of'e successor: this otTer ho hkewisflt'clin- iSt.

Klin.JV 15 hhds. prrT- Louisiana brown do. j some wnek. he expired at his d. A afterwards he :
.JT L.1fl.,5)) 1SLZ lodging year was appointed by
: /..-La Porte. ISIoas.LcoSwonh .
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pieces |pI rimt Scotch Bja ;injr, PiiilmMnJiiif: nhuj President Adams of three
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inM 1 (td t.' av..l! : termr''V'"r i P. I'r RG C just per schr. Benjamin Bather, o'T I
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full tort and alarming
aC3ars hand.-oi-.e nssortmer.t of Faury and 'uudi! ;% seveial of his was ,nd from a sense of
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i ? 1 Dv CJnods ; which together wrJi former "tork, -\il, I h closed a c iret-r ot public he
( tI.I < 'ol H AV Lnckt-rman (S: Craitr unusual lcn :lh} and al- 11mot duty reluctantly accepted the appointment

ill S )S5 T' ': t. I! Idf.,id. I'1uiiia' 1 Lon-r. Ht-nry complete Julyjn. a fu'l 9-'K and general assort liEN ai< nt.' i unequalled n-efnlm-ss, :md calmly niiIranqiiiL' 1 Ho returned in 179S.

-'-- \YTu iTHAMM2J. ------- t }J .tt-in ClinileK.Whc'r. 1'v Y RONVX tRO'A.ND'S br-uth. d his |,,m. Suit h :.n cu>nt- In 1799, at the earnc-t solicitation of Gen. -

* I ; Wjlliaml 2 Lu'.l. H .S TONIC MIXTUIIK, although! in tin; ordei of nature: is well calcu Washington; who invited him to Mount % cr- I
v. SNELL7s l Siv.j.
> i n\vn, %1.-1t1rnev. Council 3
i* \ ivr! Mntr'X. HaipionMa I lated to thro A'a tia' ion into Inourniri- -fi.r tru non for the purpose rf aiscnsin ti's' subject, .
: .qati. Costite Pails.
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?, : V. : Hi .vii Jj \1( :\ ; J hit JL spun is imirnti I -nf !! -\ dnxl.ihdi! ;- i hind, who possesses in an equal measure: the elected. The distinguished part ln' pi'ivod in '
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:S.. : : : il} .-v .'H-nry I t McMal\i'K'ariiVt1inn in., Jul.nIcRie rinos on the public-he h .a rouble ii.salcs I.- confidence of a whole! people.. V, uj, works the memorable session of 1799 1HOO H well
I cjtcliisivc'y' to .*f:> .it<- i- ., ii p.its of thn < '" lt lu'fittin known. In
1 I .I h !?, ;-. A.JJ \ JatncsMitchell. fioni 'Vh'InI'iose a p-itrint, tniough every stage of 1SOO without the slightest; personal -
-- tintry ihc gr. i< r.( trir-!< 5 'i-ir* Lf
U'ltii-r! D u RichardMil'er j jpositions hi- public lilt has that comimmication
KIlUvl'ATRiCK confidence been he
I : l iid, and ti tnri' eiTe ';ri. v tb un-j earn- wa.-Oiotninaled: by'S
'. IJi-ik-r, i i. .tnas : Ef" ue7er i it| \ui.ivisd{ -i.-J'rs >d; and wcllh.-isit been sustained the President of War
b Secretary
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S .. I !. it.' 'i'l' : < \ i'J, I =" *' / '<* j C'.i *oii'; ">. -iinu' : S Moo.r. Hi.. lard B. fit 3fc'i-i in nu sitt.lu, mirc'i. ..iani if .' ri 1 only to that cl him who WAS and .. Ellsworth dying about this time, 31 r,
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S q : -v J y. i : Klijah I> 1trtjn I J evt ry heart. i iI -! was made on the 31st ol
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t'r.A: t I'! H ;ivtcii| .r. ilj"r January,
'S tc.r. I ( !at4, C Meo'U'' Ltjti.s .M..e 1If' ( c M x tft hiv- '-r.-.i nnut ir. i i.y i !!I It -i> JOHN MARSHALL uho announced to ISUl Chief Justice of the Unit< si States
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S&'I4fur *n'r. Tin- '
S *1 l .* '' :Ul5 J .xf'O-1 45 ""'rt CJLf'irCS, t.l..t; S'.rt 4 2 1k j.1. jUC.. 'Uj'U C ___Ntdtj ., i, Ir ; i, is on tt c; < s i'a'ii'*' it-e' 4f i/ ic.' ?. .iiiVf. TK!a I If. ?.? o'\ j I IinJ elopier.t;: t by ao-i-iw.: the great national ealam- I { : known in the hi-torv of goirrnnvnte,
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P. I 4 >M by lli nli! ti-f a Tuts ; pi t;t'l his ptilili : meeting > eslrday, to
? ?! y. 1'ijMftiJO 'r, .i;"'! > il .vtvu''iit. i1 m j.iiie' i R>-avt'b, John VT.'lUed .
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S 1 % 'va' ot ( t14 l it i'i :A2j- f A lit eli, :if | M-t'i.fi v :a nri-jr.fr) a 1 ; ,: respect > n.emorv

S ;. 4 : by Fe-. s 4 j v 3 *- ) n-ui.g"ivl.! C Rh'c1c lc'l ill any :t i tr ; s et the d3.edSd.'
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S :: 15 4I/ .1 ur4It(4 43 I' I : Js.'.e I lsn.no 2 S (; iIt it, th. unh! ri nc-il A.liiiiiii; cr.itor nf tit .5 'niJ c'iI., V t'i'/( ij>! !)roiitir.! ; -/ \ hen, iiifhvd l, Enquire'. I J

5 I ( tvtr of C'ii i tr'! Mriij.i.n. dfc'djl| i h imi'k'nd ib'H FU.NT.IIAL HONORS TO .IfD.TC M'.I.SHM.t.
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S. irI is t I jt 3 iza. 'l'IF4 v'11!) : Ri'bi >. J.Tin: RRv prrsi-nt hi AcC' I ni'.litis: th c < rer ol s'n-h :iAt

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S T'<., ju''T 4s; lv. M-M. at vcnl.ljt, r,4'lti1 1 jv : (.I (l'2' 'i, I I3 ,. J.6ti t men ti "t* of '.xictinj' service horn tli>: trans- of the death of our rt'v.-r-iI fellow-

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S. tt-vt1e14. t 3 j34.j i.iv j G.VVP.VU-: i tflzi, ('hiiI's sEs and it tb.ruty II(3U TAMI-I.. p,f. .\1.>* 1cnI11-k tic! yc T Is:?;.:- |j' |I length; enjoy; Ins- rest and his reward. An iesp3ct for his memor* and their sense of j

IL ite : j G iM-'t' IH'UT; Ciai es jSimiii'n., .'31i 'atharinera"iui. V tI' 21J Ii Providence has the calam which has befallen -
: July- it Hie linns. o,1" 'overruling deemed it jrood to ty ouro.nrnon
r I | iEt .ill mi). J-uiii; f Dr Wdlr.-.i: Rob'.tjU, | Ji.Fy- (
f Iiti it L Smith.
S ia 3s. S ai' < 'I ii 'in.'s ( ,TV At iie! hiiu.>u of John Ilaxis i 22tI July-At the I' 'remove our )1 .irIiiI1 from tho scen: i.f bii < I country, and th Miseve< es-jecialy! ; and having
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'S SI P I1 i' jj ( :iiii1, iti1ilisu1 >v.-nn, Sarah John I). Pari-.li, f \J-kisnoky ) ;3J 3til3-| the i 1 labors, in the fullness of years, am! in the i iscestain'-d that his rcn.iinsni ret :hi the

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S : : > (4U4)1 a t:. p Irii-*-. Mr- Mar:: Tripl. t. M I II 3 Thtmj.M..VM-cnolii C"-k. r. 'JJlli July-At t the_Tavirn of Mr. I!-and afferlion. We must how in ,LIItth-IOsI! ,htunc'ient tim-j will not he aF( >rd .i fur a gone-
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t\\ f$ 4 Li r4 : TuiuJ-ull! M Martha ,
: : n 4 AtM i' $t S 1 : .i iis-embl'i of the! citizen- .
: 'i 2-ih i Juiv; -Ai i he of 1 1P..iiit the fiat. "fVis2 his e town rncel.inj .
If-Hi11., -ion- K.V.. Wali! are judgment, just j
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: : ...id V...;, ...ai--Tir 1 1'v L'S : Sally Tuiiif.nll! CazJ1iI3c ( {I
lal3 Mnrtin: ; :JM I July-At the norc of R: J. I I i -dt> ct fully recommend the !
''i. U. 1'. L( 'ltiMin. j | :>, : in ncr. Nathz.iti IIu'kleyTaliLlia j ;all his wav'H. repi following
4; >. V :!'., 13. : 7ti : I i :' 3(' 3.V : ''Turner, i'.u.--! | rant O *'.'-':' 'Jd A i'.vst. 1 'J'he subjoined of lending incit'rom arrafiu'cments: and order of nroco-ion:
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I' b.5Li'1y 4 I t1l1I:1: 1 :: r 4 H u ,:- 'i!: i.ii :: \Vatfon' Jau.-s i :; J ani : 'nt K" beiU! tbt b6- '
Is j-:. S I 91,".i i ; 1 !, -' >< -a 44s -il !i- _'. '. I ili\-A""l. !i.' h.nJC White ilu: JoM S .1:i 1 ;5vl'h I LSV. 17-t.l John Mar>hill was born in Fauquicr county day, thiougbout city, f,

:.. 4 > 'vl'il.rt! M.t ''!-. t.' .'-*- <* 'i', 'ft''*' Mla-n: HuffnC Wiiitcht-atl. r 'T JtiMje J1h LOOK AT THISst' I Virt'ini'i; on the 24th Septembftr, 1755, I tolb'il, until: t'10 f-ttinu oi"ihe sun. .

I 1 I '.4, t '< 3) i:. *', < ,> K i.A W ii will a-scm!>le it th b County- !
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L U :.1 'flu.iv' M: i :n RicliirdVv'ri s : 1 of small fortune who had fifteen Court House at 4 o'clockvlv r. he. order of
.1 1 ... .. a planter ,
i 'L I .t15 Iii15 \ iiJt ii iJ **v q5 rniK bnirvW.'iian n i ; i <<\ 1 Flint River, in IKi.t'ir -- S
: S.I --k: : 1 ,. '" (jf '. ( _IfiOt) I children. From his intelligei t father the rutuie procession will be arr.rrizcJ.! and upon the
l + H :!:u. <. :" ( rin 11. J :...l P 'fi'v, T;:: ; '.iiuB acrci lay- '
H', .V l">* 1 f ovry. ; i- f,V* .S' "*C ] ".< *' 1 H W.II. aa 1 ii-. .t I 1,111 1't !. s L'u! FJiii: h-...;::' -, ;ipm I'.iol river, I Chief Justice of the United States r-- tiring of thre gurj". in quick ?Q''ces> >n, from

r 'y. '' r :h, w'wti' : T.v .. .. J J.) it' \'lp5itj U1 h rct.i I i.! 1:18: ) ;, ; ti'.t' titl.lt.s, anti I I'l ceivcd the first rudiments education.. R! j'j tbe' squire, will \\fu.r- -d fii'jn'-e to t the! wharf, ,

S S iMi ... .'. B't'j ,( ]h'. 1-7.V. -. : j7. ._.. fz:: h 'i I '; 1._ I f.3' ;( '-.sta.iot t.tX. f.) tr 4ti Ii ith t y OHD.IR: OF i
.. .' i him he was introduced into the study o' 1tito- j PIlOCESSIOIf. .
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: : .. 4'.S I. J : si? :; r 1It 1 ,r.v4. Itltr vt .t'llh i'.taki&i and From his father- tuition he | 1t. \hilitiy.L2i. ; .
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< .I i. M r I' ti (and, : Sir '\% \\ itt! 0 ;i :re> :n l li ry poetry.
1 % $ At t .'.. S'i 1 4..1 .. --, 4', -A. .1'p ea. : 'ht rtrr-l. I. .s. SKAIirY( P.M. i t"ilm-.ti! <'ii, nt-fi-v v ; ."|.;a:. ,J thy last 3 v< u'S i in ?" "-' I passed; betw en his fourteenth md eighteenth J iJictary. r

; % Tvi ,t i ) U > IV siVu -1C1 ; IS I J 'a cii 'O & .?zui: *"\'trii ai'>n Company. E '.( ::7-: 1CI 2'h 1)i:.!. tip i LI'' J years, successively through th0o mds of several Pall Bearers. CORPSE. Pall Bearers; ,
: A t 4t )Z : tjIt4hl4c, 1'I-a..U3t (. iIV j' !i il( nrrf" u! '
II 4 ) I'l''K i-, hcrd'Vti: ; TIt 1 o-i$ the l-n1 ituray : | teachers, one of whom carried him as | 3d. Family! of deceased and mourners.5ih. :
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.' ,. .- !Inilr ii; Ju *. >.", l''i'jK .o: ;- > <-rijj' : '\\ilUn: I far Horace and Livv in the Latin 'lassies. 4. CIrrv.
S''S y Y ( ] tiMt inl'-m-r to any 4t; 'u tho < rek, t iticn iaKo 375irn..j as |
SI .' ./ '. "*. Ti 1 ''t, .f "flurVi'Tfifuc :. 0 ,,4tltf. i i v p.v Si" *- if JTHC'> M. K litiHowan u it4.p i.-ii.i'/, tii it may biobuni d jit a fir pri< -..thu.: J Jwill Upoti this fouti'latiou ht afterwards music! him- Governor and Members of the! Executive :
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II l ii. I1. It' tt%' % ? d'oxuitx Vit'ty I tnahc it ts d' 'irabli; s .ttkni' nl for u uu.J force, j Council and other State Officers
).L'' t.tiIt: til') : < :'ijt.tl IdCli i !
Tinu'i<-\c !Ii ihdiiKty, if h.'d !< ri h. or upon; urnv
TxoTTnEW : : t . C< ;i5j'Uiy.: | Tlic0h *\i!! 'jt t..eiitd! I ji.n ., .. j In his eighteenth year, while studying law t 6th. Masonic! Fraternity. '
;'? -h.dl: < t sun! i.' i--has! r-. ; .n ii .'or tlit- :i j-f riiilfi.'Ktivo l> :.t 7th- OlP.cer ar'iI Soldiers ofthe Revolution.Mb. .
I Ir4 Ii 4 vi ::43 :}- : '" pUi.n! v. j.i f ceui.tr.a'I! ;u d >:- be engaged enthusia.-'tical'y! : in the growing
S 4 t % ; OaiM; '.*-, William -i'amy, Jhi: A. Cutiitint 3 4 ntu: j ft"il t 1'' ;-- ioiu ia i idt OlhVers of the and Na the
tht I u1 \l 1J! : 1'1 't 1a1 > aniinv ii s. t- appiio.1; in controversy bet een 'Ircat Btitaiti and her Army yxf
S J the! I .rUO IVnli.iS'% tJml j 3U4 U-iuiJiurv: ; A. M .. .'.:.< t. inflV .l HI :3 o'clock.! I'. M. At tin til.1t; !' jilrv'i': t i-iV: : : 4T-4' ; t "KENNETCRAWFORD. American colonies, devoting much liine to U. St it'-s.
S .'..i 5tt4'-ii.-w uaKiii i*.r iht ilissjiosil; 'ij" l! 'v 9th. Members of the Court of
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1 1 i <' paid o :!- military exert I ise in a volunt- corps, tlI., tr lining :

S..' sI t 4 trr.. ti 45C fl ;t)2Is! % 3J. ; ml l '.tr per harc. rtiid if i'; t. il! ut.j.r.r th-i: Notice. a military company in the neigh rlioud! and Court of Honrico County: of the : I
ii4 *t- \i i] a* ( UPN lfl *)$
t m $ixhnt f.vf: iiuiidr shtrs :ue s '-.rhtd At i'ic' S
I I'd t > y. Common Hall, and Officers of their

( SI :. II 14 l t1.f ( U\ i3tfl'i1% ?: '.$ TI...: i.L:! i ->t haijscripUoii6, until t! o ncml-c-r: is retiuccd I :i'U'4 a : .'"i .tlk.-CliV 1 H.'i''T] : il..tM t. irnnioduti( ly on the and the r.-.nn. 10th.
nvr-r on Citizens foot.
A : t'i f.vniuor"d: i.hie.: .'id the C- :r'TT.ii"ii- he was appointed first lieutenant incorr.ptny on ;
: i- : i i roLIN' M T< M1K! i!, shall to siSvujt.rs! t'.e' erts i.; t4511 r/isc return llh. Cni.ins: on horseback. t'
of minute enrolled! f.ir -lu.d I I
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of sftvcn Ittn'Jd, .1 men a
: I in ndvduct wL.ch have coi..atiwy ;aiiilfiflj" acres j
in' *: paid uurcs
: y ; v&n may 1
Ji. Win. Tr.t.ri 12th.. Citi.cnsf in .
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bttn thus ucuuctctj. Lu-i: ji.i.- fi's1! qiihty pineind! atid pait ri\er 'service, and was soon afterwaids en aiedJ carriages.The \

;:r; u : ny .'tent tuti A1tiIi'V : tIft S1U } v. C: C'c nfte s .V.kfllj j- ; of v. I.i- Ii, oie hundn-d and ten arr s an: ;.ov I I J uih! this company m the buttle of th'- Great I following gentlemen are requested: to -

-_ mvIK* i t.a Ai;.h\.j: i. 1'' :.,:...:t. &: t.u.d: S: k iI; I' in ;'i..vo ot'cultuation ti ffo<>d rri-ir. Th.s;; ia I |j IJridge. \\hcie the Uritish troops under Lord I receive the remains of the dcceasct at the
JflhlN ULUCJvi'.R. 3 if t.h' l lAd well known t-i be the tjcsttnl fjr p'ib!. 'nisin; j jnn
; un pr.i v< i! t<-It.-' ftij.cttr. nt' ttcetry b/-xv i steamboat and to act as pall-bearers .
V the I lluv. ln ,\iiu : Dunmore %vere repulsed with great gall. ntry. ,
i tu tbc tCLI.! n ot a B-.id of T);rtcurs ibr ti.c r adio.n to Mount; Ve-r."!; -- j
I'I tuana<:*.:ar-utof baid Coiip .y. The l tn&! i- ct's nbelter: ru--r.ii-.riu'afs-u i u.iii th'-, In July 177G he was transferred as fir-t lieutenant Henry St. Geo. Tucker

JohN T. GAMHI.r, parent iM\.p tnv is r in.- -.t :.--the :rtar-j: iss-in- :: to the eleventh Virginia regiment on John U. Chopton, S

T ul; iad i &t i.iti imn P rtn *rbi. ACitLL1 MI III! AT, pi"d! \\ jib ail nf-T.-.s-iry bii.li.j;! =, ;.id miit wcil '.ii- I! the Continental establishmentThe! follow- B. 1\ Leigh. .
I ": ? e .bit.; .-. wilihcrcu WILL. II. NUTTALL ;y n l.ftnds : A-.no i i ii di! l'Tnni"d: .-' -&a3ace t

"'t'no. ; ic4 1 AI f.4ti: lt'ihc' Um ol June 2M =.",:. 4C-"w !ROBL'UT GAMBLE. j the W,">t, he will ;ri ncapiT.U Impair, for c.uh. or'j m [ winter he march"d to the north, and in Thomas Rutherford, S

:: j 1 I :.:".iJ projM-ity. For irtlicr iiifurs:; itii.n. er.ru'e if 1 1'p {| 1777 was promoted to the rank of Capt&m.He Charles Copland, -

'.I is y s' : I ( 4 ssc.rtt ni f j3 ; Ge-H i /.14'5l. F0l! SALE, 1 lUo firujiiiotor at h tine Any: prs >n \\ ;..I.in! : \1. :\' P wa* in the Iinttles ol Biaiidywine, Germantoun Robert Pollatd, -
iktrv utd( r4j44., ting wbit.laS. : I l !! U THE Piaii'-uiou litlcni. 111 to die c:,iaU: can Jiuvtthe gi int'itg; Cn.j:, (.'mtlc, f S!, .f.;> .i.iti Ii< I Chapman Johnson
S ,j ofL i i :;,, -. .:. f( ht 1__; : "- ili l.u- Wm. .1. :Mauldm i l lyinf within I iftlesii-td. W. 11. FERGUSON. anSI Monmouth. In 17SO here- ,
a: asi- ,., ,,f |he Clii f'l.i Ri and turned home and resumed the! of law Robert Stnnard, .
I 41 4 ..t; \\4fls fl:3: j'I, 8il1 S c njjc i| ( r t\vu June I 't, I :; u uI : study : S
I. fl.5t ir. ::4 J'.L.tCl .Lfl4t C.IU14 Pi.31i oi'M..i..n: i.-i, C"iisiM.nc Of 5G'J' arrof oak inul -------- ': while waiting fur orders from the Stale Legirlatnre. Robert G. Scott, and ) Of the 'MasonicFraternity. SlSm.

..---' It b! j('' 4 Nt :i.4 ', 13 tIlt1t( I tlii 'l i S' i Mlory J-atiJ, I I'M vi v.Jiicli tie cly-.ut.-'J am! 1:1 cultiiaiii.il. \I ItS1ALiu.i[ :. !' In the autumn of the D. Wren, J S
.: 4tL vf virtue of! a writ of f'i. L'a. issued from hr same year
ft r i. 'r si ar j.l' of vI. BY '
I *;d t Z131I t4It 44f 4 .t'k8. i This Tarsa: is decav l nr.e of th moil cliuice] in Otlio'- of t!hr S'i.tij-.r| t'our: for Jtll'-r- I he obtained a license to practice, and rejoined The following gentlemen are requited lo .

-_ -- O1.'y I l4 3i t-.'w 1 1 1 A S!\1flN. '1 Jarkvinr< : -It I is | !i-n.<;.in'y:' situal'd and adnira- on and Mnditou 1 cotiistiis, \<> me ilirorted, I thai! i XI i the army, in which he continued till 1731 act as Marshals: 1

-- _! l iyvauud,! "TinDvwllins Housf and Om-flonhcs I PH.-C at pub--!: is.i'r, l'r ca*.!i, befoiv llifdonrof tin' when there a redundancy r f officers inl General Lambert, ;
: z'i' 1 C ;: in 'I.3(1 o'tjrr .niiu trc built; only t.jit hundred I Court llousf in tilt Town ,if)lo'itKclo.! on S.-.tuniay j being :
T an: { < General
I':1I: : the 1st of Aujii-i J'.ll tin risIit, t U i' cl.-ini !l the Virginia line, he resigned his ..commission.He Peyton,
<-jn : t.t1 into O. j artrn r.shiji"V yards from tlucc !h ld free stohf Sj nn rs, aTti! iditir an : in \ ; my j
'p tL5.. : tf4 144'flL f iZikr 4. J'v1pjn,. ;: atmiidauci', jl COM! watf-r, and not atTocicd: l iy the uioit interest of Jam tL.. Parish! or of Martin ralmcr. in j was disiinguishcd in service for courage Colonel Carrington, and S

'S : tUl! a.viUiu* 4.i ia lUc **,*uiiuuKMuti X. .L1irte flu : st-ert'diou-j-iits: ; -ronucctcri with thf dwcl'iii' !; house, and to the) follow ins; dr-onncd piojiorty, t'1 v> it '-H-: ;' and activity, and such was the (estimation in Colonel Armistead. .

w. c MII.I.KI: ia fui( canli-si III tl.rcc acres, M'ltli a U r-e Arbour, S< se\ 3U, T. -2, N. of il. 3 L. with the crop of Com' { which ho was held by his brother officers that: Captains of vessels are requested la havo

.1NO. G. 1'U fN..5M. and a c-..>i.ts.. J.j.-tion nf Vines now in liuurianthearu.rr. pi-owing thereon, Gm-house, Cotton Gin, iV runnnip j ,
,, r i; tI., The pi ice is jicrieclly hc-althy, uiid only fifteen Gear, and 5cre\v. The Town Lots ><> 50, 51, :V.J, i quarrels and point? of differenceiamong them heir flags, flying, at half mast.

1 ve\iJ' <:L'N':"! Tn VJor.p'} arK-.toa, tniics from ilio Chat tthMlchec: Riv<-r.If wjth House and Improvements I llu-U-MI-The SV. iS were often submitted to his arbitration. Thus July 9th. 1835. -

I i.h Jia. Miut.r.mJ thf purchaseriil.ps: ;: the 'tvili be f-old with the W. i set 30, T. 2 N. of U. 4 K.-K. I S. E. sec. early was ho noted for that union of sound

J V"as! Gujni,;, < TallJia-Acc.! Plan..v.ioii' all the ncr.tssnry Farm::!*; Utensils ; att'ielc 25, T. 2 N. of R. 4 E.-Part of E. J N. 13. !, sec. 23.T. and integrity which has since From the London Athenaeum. s VJJ .*
: 1'!" '"' j, 2 R. 4 E containing 50 ar.ivs i-f L-ind: more orCs33od J judgement given
1 s" tn MjiIit1. : : II i.lCmtlo ; n f=U cii.f] 1J 4S ; Ilorsce, Mulis, MRS. HEMANS. 5
i- l'1 { to baiit-fy a Jiidehiciit obtained at the to his decisions a value and weight unsurpassed
"j : N_ I .i:. 4' Cn and a Wn on-AUn, a first rate Cotton Gin ; like :
aforesaid Court in favor of Tilduu 4c UoUrU[ vs. Par those of other Felicia Dorothea Browne '
NOTICE. \\ JSP; iJ.aOO liuriheU of Corn, and a com 'pondhig tjuanlity by any judicial tribunal in was born in Liverpool

JlOPCs.\T5.9 of Fodder. ish., Palmer &. Co. the world. in a small quaint-looking htuseIa
\\ti: i i n-ri'ivf'O 1r a4'r' 'rut) ESTOX RANDOLPH Mar.
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Foi terms \\lucli will be made reasonable and lo ,
Oak TIM He soon rose to eminence at the bar. In: St. Anne street, now standing old fashioned
r c.. MUM-!, %\ liioJivablhrnv\ u inlo tiX: suit the cumcvicncc ofthe nurchnser, apply to By A. M. RANDOLPH, D. M. ,
." Vessel \Iark 4imS year a*:-.a l l'revcllt ciurc t-f JNO. O. SEWALL, AdmV. O, 2Gth June, I8ij.: 50td the spring of 1782 he was electeil a member and desolate, in the midst of the newer buildings

,)!t-.J.Ap1 lrattsptitting,! at the"office*t of the Apatachicola Land Marianna, Flo. J unc 20th, l83j. 4tJ Cw NOTICE. of the State Legislature, and in tho autumn of by which it is surrounded. Her father S

.i.ict .junr Gl{ 43ifitrls ; ICF'Thc Greenville (R. C.) Mountaineer, and the the same year a member of th Executive was a native Ireland, her mother a Grerman

? ) 5J Charleston (S. C.) Advertiser, will give the above six A T the next January Term of Gadsden of County the Council. The following January he married( lady-a Miss Wagner-but descendcc from or
Administrator
Court the und rsined ts-
111iE UtcrjIcr
J ( to lic absent from the Tcritil insertions, and forward their accounts to the Administrator. L- ,
S ) cjiithiitcr nextand hereby tale of Benjamin Clmppell, dec'd, will present his Miss Ambler. In 1784 he resigned his seat connected with, some Venetian family, a circumstance

5' -$ usA1tonaLid Arli>5"" AIaconor either appoints of them __ Accounts and Vouchers for settlement with aid estate in the Council in order to return to the bar; which she would playfully mention

AaPu- "'J/ttorney's in fact durin- his abs, ncc. JK-J.: Wanted to ContractOR and pray lo be discharged therefrom. and he was immediately afterwards as accounting far the strong tinge of romance I

i l-J33. 3n.lf TH.JEP GREnX. the making: of 1U ,000 Brick, for which 8 W. FLAKE, Mlm'r.TaibaIIaRPe to the legislature from Fauquier reelecte'U and poetry which pervaded her character from S
F 1335. 45-6m.
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: thousand will be given, and the Yard furnished Jupe .
th :: :. per and the Brick Moles also delivered on the 1787 he was elected member for the county ofHeorico her earliest childhood. Our abstaining from

Y next January Term of Gadsden County Yard/ JOHN W. LAVINUS Book Binding. of .which Richmond is the shire any attempt minutely to trace b | pry> requires

VJ1 in2tt5* llie undinigmd, Executors of the last I June 20th, 1835. 45tf J NO. BALDWIN-respectfully iuforms his Trends town. He engaged warmly in the animated 1 no apology-it is enough S
tS S CUimenl &f CoL Owen ''yaw deed. and the Buhlic iu general that he has recommenced
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Prt.ent thur accounts and vouclicrs for Eettlcmeut, NOTICE. Book Binding in thii. city, in the store discussion of'.that excited period, and was afterwards when she was very young, her family TeinOvcd

s4 estate, and pray to be discharged thcitfrom I. liltING my absence from the Territory, Paul occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for nod- a member of the Convention called: from Liverpool to the neighborhood of St.

Lv. MHACHAM, ) ? D H. Harley, will act as my agent, and Edward in*' will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old in Virginia tojratify the Constitution. In 1788 Asaph, in North Wales ; that she mr rried at I-
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W.D.HARRXaON.J$ j.Xj5.LdtnCo. Chandler as my Attorney at Law. books re-bound to any pattern rc'iaired. lhat her married sifter ,1T
act eaily 1jC1
the legislature having passed aq allowing a very age,
5 44-Ssi June 5, 1&3*. AJLEX'R FOR1Y DU VAL, Tallahassee March 7th 30 tf.

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I I ". r1 __i ,- - reached the full strength of her mawkish ngainst I features, voice, and action, have a tmfurat and most mets sana-hiilslnlrontofihig.port wen in I
ynt powers. or philanthropy e
-- I ty may say I: peculiar warlikeness. He has (not to spetlcdisrtSecttrtltv' covered with American citizenssatisfaction ; /
r i tho birth Ur five sons, was clouded bv the estrange A few words with respect to their direction in the course pursued by us, we hope !that our aggme.ccckloek, all over him. FiK face on ths! occasion onnoTbl whose 1 JI art ,

vent of her husband-tint, on the death l later days may be worthily extracted from a citizens will not relax the code of punishment I I Is unlike! my other its prevailing ex nrebsion/s enI or six ]hours tile Ingham wasdnvino.descrt,4&;

tI .. of her; mother, with whom she had resided, l loiter of hers, which lies before us. She had which they have enacted against this infamous er;y: but there is, so to speak, a l,wi'h'fy: honur.ib.i-ness: l lu-avy press of sail, cndeavo-ii.R lo' un:a-
combined
t a penetrat'ngand Come
I I she broke up her establishment in Wales, and been urged by a friend to undertake prose and baleful class of society-and we invite in i.sthin look worn of talent lines,, thai wou'd single him out, the Monlezuma, and h., 8t &" up, L

H J -, Removed Wavertree. in the neighborhood of woik, and a series ofrtistic Novels," Natchez, Jackson, Columbus, Warrenton & even-rtRC nmon extraordinary men, as a person ot amore I her to bring f tier to. Tw.ce the Mexican a III 1.

1 Livf'rpool-from whence, after a residence of somelhing after the manner of Tieck, and I all our sister towns throughout the state, in han usually superior cast. He looks" lu-; the I heart and squared away for the Ingham.. *ij*
I. hose
I of about three years, she again removed to Goethe's Kunst- Romanen, as likely to be congenial the name of our insulted laws-of offended l a lat caricature person in of the him world would to be make Uhumbllg an adm ;r..b.e and Don yet t l rails occasions immediately the, and Inchon.( I foresail was in Iht*

Dublin,-her last resting place. to her own tastes and habits of mind, virtue and slaughtered inooeenee, to aid us in Clui-Tote. In the days of chivalrv he \v,>ud! have llanlly l waiting her approach topsa hut to the mast' ga1.

S:! ., I But though respect for the memory! of .t the and to prove most acceptable to the public. exterminating this deep rooted vice from our b en ike mirror of tried soldier-an old iron-grey stir tins perceived by the Mexican.: than no soon,, w"

.t dead, nnd delicacy towards the living, enjointis .I 441 havo now" she 3ays, passed throughthe l land. The Devolution has been conducted knight, invincible and lion-like dangerousedncs but something! !, Ih.ml; I 1i6 wind I again and nil from her he "IIUIIl
i is
I to bo brief in alluding to the events of her feverish and somewhat visionary state of I hnitidofen ere by the most respectable citizens, heads dcep.et in hi* courtesy., aid trcrbung His eye,'y bushy eyerows; K.: i o clock ihe Captain of the Port sent olTa rcjntbr Ar II

life, we may speak freely, and at lenth of the .I t connected with the passionate study i of families, members of all classes, professions fcatl.ITe' long, with s'Iofl. ridy lint s flIllJtn thro'I i ment of thirty men, with onltrs to dl'it'nl

history of her mind, and the circumstances of of art in early life ; deep affections and and pursuits. None have been; heard totter his ('eek' ; his forehead a good dl'JI c.rainett I; and I Montrz'ima and not disgrace the fiJ"t' IjJe Ih t

I which she I I his \1lltc: hair, stitf ;nd wiry, hrntJed nbsiinately cx.ucioJ a battle would eisu: but
of
her literary career, in the course deep sorrows seem to have solemnised my u a syllable of censure airainst; either the .' imaj ne
: back and WI hall of a ; \viin I instead of t OU"
lxprls.ill -urpn.c
worn quire ,
,: .i deserved and acquired a European .reputation i whole being, and I now feel as if bound to act or the manner in which it was performed ',li&i.e; frieze of l-ayonets- In hiouth. ;hre h:1 saucy: little Jnjrham: he Turning Ins tfown! t nie

; \ as the 'irst of our poetesses living, and still ,I higher and holier tasks, which, though I may I I An anti-gambling society h-is been formed, redeeming suavity as he spa .' ; -in the- 1. lrlH .is .hOfl' a nil run her into the put hnakcrs ves>e! 11l".lclt o

before the public. Few have written so much, : occasionally lay aside I could not long wander t the members of which have pledged the'rlives I l lips* close,;:visor: of steel would arcrly 1 ok Iwrcimplorble. I the 'tia r. alma had to throw over tfrouuJeJoa, .

;-L or written so well cs Mrs. Hemans ; few have i (rem without some sense of direliction.! I h fortunes and sacred honors, for the sup i { ( h-Hi red. manners and a'lvocratio.c ifLd travellc'11 lia'e Sj; t; I be could ft I hrr into the harbor sorue artirf.tore The. -. I be.
: I
entwined the genuine fresh thoughts and impressions hope it is no self-delusion, but I -annot help p ressinu of gambling) and the punishment & heencalcd but:1: my mind, are 'he model of repub't-'au! MUIplici'y ham then come to in nandsotu : sI Iot'.atll'lIt: Inc.
a i
of heir own minds so intimately >ometimes feeling as if it were my true task i expulsion of gamblers. md stnisjhtforw.irdnes': He 'quift* a man ami! a half fo I Itvxvard of ihf Im.aIH'rs; illltl I
S tl l
(
., vith their poetical fancies, as she did ; few to enlarge the sphere of sacred poetry, and Having thus aggravated the whole !band of one '\\.OH1 be pr'.uc. I show* a* the xponent; of the same 1 bllat Stance fr m i lie t.nallli; t"'SlIr! "d':,,
lor the
I have undergone; more arduous and reverential ; extend its influence. When you receive my these desperadoes, and feeling no security against I ma'hl"r"G-.'n. J.ik>on nmntry.would be a bad niplomatist! t in Europeor Lifuiciinniti ll.trbv shore; .--.m m.d on tlf'M.o" ;' rflrill'> \ .t.,IIrer'

preparation for the service' ot song ; for, from volume of Scenes and Hymns," you will sre their vengeance, the citizens met at any: where wiihot power He ha-. bu on h rat tutCiptnu: I lIt. I iht-I ..1 OJ f. xvhn t', VMUH-.J ,'I 0" Ir L'
tht-v .
I childhood, her thirst for knowledge was ex what I mean by enlarging its sphere, though niiht in the Court House, in a 1.1re number, tle eat'e-he rids down and bre l k-.tIr.uglI( every .nandmi olfirfrof n.t-I \1 nil.k r''\ ,,"..
u itr-j
ii iii. ,
cir-
'n.1
think avoiding .
treme, and her reading great and varied.= I n) plan as yet is very imperfectly developed.; alHlthttP passed the following resolutions: thin riuuverfn. I thl o-her mcn0.1 cu s gurdan>knots. His o.-is no' 'lIrn a n..ic fr.'in U .,Tai.1I Jo, '.. t:. mod I"I\.re.t,

Those .* ho while admitting the high-toned Resides the works here enumerated, we Resolved, That a notice be given to all Professional i 'head to. reep into crcrn'c-j.al Ltv nj made(( up hi.mind -, immediate liberation nf iflt- \IITnt'III" 7Iheoliuvrs : tI1c

I b. alit.V. \,f her pot-try accused it of monotony should mention her tragedy ** The Vespers of (Gamblers, that the citizens ot YI'k5m as to his aim, and I trusting-o ri's own due> \I ( tl.ni I. w.tlled I IIJMMI (;(11. In..n,\jT.1son .

a of .h:Jc' md subjecl (they could not deny to it Palermo," which, though. containing many burg arc resolved to exclude them from this iK-ss of purple, he shuts his eye, like tie mo.iaich i :,n Ami nrau; citizen. Ti ry had 1 rVenwtl'.ei.i. ** .
.
"
I .lares-eneLallV with 'bii'-c'> ;- |
and bouse
the herd biu
of 1
ale .
I the prime of originality, string that it founded fine thoughts and magnificent bursts of poetry I place anti its vicinity ; and that: I Iwp.ntyt.Jur Us pass-ions, arc said to be treme -duoti'I U' viol'-nt; j l'lIl1l. tiLt\ *Aiiieririii mn.iiU-4 .viih ??,, wiitn Caitjir.S
in England, and I yet a fitted for the a id the : hours notice be them to leave the warmth. I "Y hr.tr : 'SKirm;I; -.iml
a school) of imitators ; was hardly stage, given and a Ions: life !ia. but lit subdued their -ther Americans eutne.l I .u.d ufirmnl "t\'rra.

., larger in Amcriea) little: knew to what historical songs whit'h she contributed to Col. Hodges' i place. 11 paroxysms are not infrequ nt. and.. :.'oth t. ay J! a iruar-l; ut soldier and armrd rai.b.time : ( r.t.'ltleda.them ..
.
rsdl-hhw tar .' Peninsular Melodies." And cannot but faro ht often ; for never man ". -. "o cr'-ssed: & [ '
Resolved
I research sho had applied; we That all persons permitting I th'varted} as he I'aul lips ben in his a Ulhl"traio.: His 1 i j is commanding officer of !lit, Momc/.unn

; fcnd wide >hc had sought for food with whichI once more' call the attention of our readers to dealing in their houses, be also notified that uprightness and singleness! of rnind. h' tvver, j j marching Jmvn tu tike i lt'iiin >;n> ;and i crew"The ****

I I to till her eager mind. It i is true that she only I her last lyric Despondency and Aspiration,'" they will be prosecuted thorefor. bi.uu"r him generally veil uhi uiigli. Hi-' Jllll'llia.c; J! i4ICtItt.uii; Ills ''I't,.'e I In.; HMI iu"jr, ,| r..rJII'r

1 Used a part of the mass of IIIOl1l1utaunhld1( published in Blackwood's Magazine for this Resolved, That oi.e hundred c'lpleof the pa".ion is soUl over, bu his purpose' docs no ''apt I( I b'-at, swoul in hand, o-.lcrel I i thf. cr-xv to--: :

she had collected-lor she np-Vt" wrote on month ; it i is the song of the swan-its sweetest foregoing resolution! be printed and stuck up ra'e with his anger; anti hr has snown ecimcni, since h-of: iia-. |' t1u'mc\'e-(I stand 01. :luei- 1t'Cf\! \\l'icihe-! : ::
Lt iu ratlu Martlmg ,
dl sume r 11 did Ii
(pmver it ;m al.icriiy tlia has
the impure of the and its laM at the of the and that this ,; ivetj ell Htcterizrl
calculation, but from strong corners streets, publication i icx bi.iry: This extends t. the desire of serviiijj j (tin-American; tars on lik. .
or oT.i-'nt't
moment and it was her nature intimately to I be d' emeJ notice. !li:' f'U'iidsand, I-indite: lack yna-it is the only f} Msns; : t;
--- --- name.uf'm,1 rtv.n'
the I :
Cet.hy
) thmij ..lie a >rea'ii: on :,:.s justi'' Im ..1diatd.un H-izedtk m
take home to herself, and appropriate only From the Vicksburg licsittcr.Tho ; On Sunday morning one of these notices t ; American ElIl'lgn i jiinipeil on
d
h '- inauguration he turn* out incxorahiV evrv 01i| j M.i.r.excbuiu ,-
.- what was high-hearted, imaginative and refined following account of some proceedingsof I I was posted at the corner of each quIre of the ,: li' er of the sovcinmen1, fr-'m' th' hiijhcrf nev, h fi j ''. -I.his is my jirotrciion ;M tii> /li1l\'l'l1lt'Ht'IM., !| :;

) ;_but the writer of this ir.vsty. notice has the citizens of ibis town, which will excite : city. During that day [the 5th:| a majority s,1, to the cl-rks in the j.osr otfices, and rcwarrcltl I I Hie soldiers! and nihMc to n st ud, t-F''r, T ./ :

Seen manuscript( collections of extracts made the attention of the public, was prepared by a I of the gang, tmified bv the threats of the citizons partirans wit the places, otenlg no f>rt"i-ric' of!: i ensued het\vt-fii the Anienr: i .:tfn. r-. ..'rV, r':';

-i t in the course of these youthful studies, sufficient witness of the acts detailed, and the corrcct? :| dispersed i in different directions, with- t I:i.i Ls: se or apo'orry whatever.avowed-:: -quire hour abo tja'>-wh"n- Ii j,, ,very gallant Lieut. Ciiiiuiiiiili: Ir, \-:! .M im'th--,:
reasons were openly otiieers
i to ut; I ifit-ir; '. .
\'lIrtf.Indl
1 of themselves to justify his assertion ; ness of the account may be relied on. I i out making any opposition. It was sincerely I dl' rc was an udvaniftge in his gim l, hI Iriends had -ii.N-ss! i t lIi'; .ey rttivei
i j :a;.tI!! u t'.al i the/! s[LIfli 1 t"n
if her like those of every genuine And sofar know both I that the the first r claim And d sacrificingysines; h.. !j : f)
: poems ( as we public opinion, :i hoped, remainder would follow their i woul i 'Il': tl'l : at tincuK i I ii i," /' i-f t'rr\rtpanp'
[ !
: vljta; ;! [
did not contain fl etill better record of in town and is in I favor of :)! and thus h tsrnad. of ir, if America had not been r lo.m'ry! ; ;
I poet) country, decidedly example, prevent a bloody termina-I where a turn his band :o any :hm ; ar I; tim wn. an'l 1 ordeittl; i-.e: s->;.iit-r! I t.' "..t is(4LrrN.: : ,
.1 the progress of her mind. Her knowledge of the course i.HmmcdV c have never known !j i l t lion of the strife which had commenced. On I a day1 11'man)''-" -Bial 1111 II III J j I and I >eviu-iy i-t-p. x":ma..hI I tii-; .' ir: C.'UM.HIint .

classic literature may bo distinctly traced inhrr I I the public so unanimous on any subject. I f the morning of the 6th, the military corps, I". I remember' very well that when Andrew Jatk-on I II 'I: of" the Monuzum-i! : amid ht.1. .it.t,>;r.-,.,,1| t.,"U.

4 : "Sceptic," her Modem Gn ece." and a Our city has: for some d.iys past been the followed by a file of several hundred citizens, I was frs? it.iined Hi i a western i aper as a ,'andidatej I oriiccr-:, r.Jnl r :irir :I..5; \y..pi. til.1 i lilt[ stt.i-k: \ ,MU..

i Mulwcr' I i j tor Presidency, u was enerIUy lon,idered aj"c I :n 1 hori/-. bv, 'iLl jt tl.t- ,
based
"
hundred later lytics upon'lut theatio of the most novel and startling scenes matched to each suspected house and spnd- and I' : K.II.C; !l' I :a>? r.r-
:
I lie said! it h-niself
is have
"I j : to ; tl.t! A-.t-
h the Graceful 1 htth : i. tint t. t. WIlot' > V\K: i.fii.tti.jV.
Superstition.
so !happily calls that wo have ever \\'itrw scd.l1ile we regret ing an examining committee, dragged out ;4 convi-rsation has been pubh.shnl: oet\\ n'l im and hl'i'v-iMI ,JII :

Her study and admiration of ,the works of ancient ; that the necessity for such scenes should every faro table, and other gambling aparattu ? ,)me p ='itical: ag nt of he par y th.v: rl.- lam up, :J j I'ldt'I Cp il.i l 1- 't.:1.1 tt ;.i.Idtl."rt'Nfa
!
"' l!I, tin- < OMv.:tiich >v-: ..1'>>\ii rOlr.1
Greek and Roman art, strengthened into hau: : existed, we arc proud! of the public spirit that could be found. H whih he quite (laughed ..t th* ida Nnu', : ;, "irn't"t"l
;i the od; General.tnl1ev .-nd nil' 't to ti t ttte hr i| aiitt I ti) bv inaiu. .\':nl :.iu ir"'iirleii'rntUI: >.
nn abiding% love of the beautiful, hich breathes: and indignation against offenders displayed by At length they approached a house which r..ir: Indianbut I.:oul I ie'Ula\t.;: \o' fur a Pre.idc.I'' j: |ill-sctitr,. but it l I'> KVitSt-ut Ilirr: (I."rallIWI! ; e.!

bo-tli in the sentiment and structure of cvei\ the citizens-, and congratulate them on having was occupied by one of the most profligate of L ttli', in fact;, had b en known uf iiimn t.,1 many years. I: !;' 'tt-t by Iht I rint i IV. int.'iT; i iift uf' C.t.. J.:,.
,4 line she wrote for there are few of our poet* !ftp lived in retirement 'heVesi, a lor; it w,. kr.o'.vn "\lr-xini i
: at length banished; a eis; of individuals hose the gang, whose name was North, and in great in upn : ; .ohi"f' i I.'.

.- If4; more faultlessly rniibira) in> their versification; i ;:} shameless vices and daring outrages hive lonu which it was understood that a garrison o( fine estate he..h ul h--wn out ol the I'lt'tS ot Tenncsbec i one wtl'ki.tH.r I ; ff.Cu' libfr.iti.ti i, ti'at <>1''. Jr>it, .
.I I bhe for her- ; and n \ .'ndhcn a travel er u"i cd him as I had: despatciico1 t Lti.n. \l. or' to M I "f:. ,..h ti!,
opened I
nnd when suh-eijwntlv i? :
the of and iutpr- armed '
I poisoned springs morality, had been stationed. All 11
.1 men hoped the old her> of Xy rleins: and mon tu.ieil in ale '. '
r s': 'lie irea 'Irtl' of Spanish and Germanlea rupted[ thc rtl-itions of sOt''ty. ? For years I I I I i that; the wretches would bo intimidated by ter to a newspaper; but hews inik red pute :I ,the r 'ntSemcu purpose! ihiit!"! ".nmi! the,! .l.11'11tl.; i..nnV' efrra::
> weic on w u 1" theMirtircaptured. wh'rll
I -4 unc't'janire, how thoroughly she had I as h 'Iongmg! to his.ory. His "p-tiinVcaiuc 'iu, hi" '
-'!: past professional { nnililers! destitute of all j I the superior numbers of their assailants and i At .1.IY h lif f'e,
fver and hI'j I s a..tlHlash..t"nthe ; liOt; JII..rrlll: li.i
mquhy,
imt.t-4 i at discretion, was soon ahead of cwry co. -[-leutoT in popuarithy -I I I lui.' let t tilt I Itartk'lI turned >.,K.m
t. in. lu-r Siege of Valencia," in h'-r glorious i( society by f any of its,iirdinary tin:, and intent: '!| th iti attempt a desperatu deren( c. The house!, aud trinmp'iamlv defeated A.I tiin' (t e Pre-.i- f a leu hoursvitU LittJ'i I fi.irby; rnul! ;it nfjut :

find chivalresqut) u Songs of f the ('id," and I !t}only on the gratification of< their avcrice ,;; being surrounded, the back door was burst ilcnt, and canva sm5 for hi-: second c'C1I.:1, > one nt troni Ga ji.m in Joiit.s to ,he C.I'. lalll; of ihr Portfuriiisli '"

'l I in her I.ays of many Lands," the idea ci fj!I have made. Vu-ksburg: their place of rendez- :I open, when four or five shots were fired (ruin the clccpev dijilnmutist.and wisest and. !has most SMIbeen scholar !t! hun uilha 1.ilIlt.m .\. ".1",.,( lllrdy im'1''-:
lic! of The later
: Which ,t9 Miri. f' tt'd by Herder's :tiniuiet 1 voij.s-nnd in the very bosom of our society, I the interior; one of which instantly killed Dr. returned men.by his native town, by 1-:1 titiay.representative; and II t r hrs contri'K) liir the piirposr-o iinnijin: tiif: In:-
i I him I i into I I ll.e 1 .Sarhoiir, w .irh 'cis nut
der VolUer in Ln'dem. )j boldly plotted their vile and lawless) machinaIIere : Hugh S. Bodley, a citizen universal; !) beloved a.er h tvi'g; been Presiden ol'-t1. United l S a es tor I et'tr4mievithm :
uiider the
i p'e.i: ; th-it tJ.tn Ir" ''
v- WIT SI'I'
But h"" mind enriched her four i. ..U. of C c-<.
I n
4 though was by itons. ye rs, noua me
I as where else, the laws and The interior dark that
: every respected. was so
r President Jason! ,is surrouud !hy tern ot'tirst l- I I lId :iu coiiscquencf of the I, 1 I I"'t'zn.lla! ; 1.1t
with the htstofieal
and
; t Wide acquaintance poetical : of the country were found wholly ineffectual the villains could not be but several of r I I U-tii dri-- [ Ii .
.t seen, rate tal nt; b.it; luis i a per<..n to take ad..e, and fos : mti | orl by th- tj .iri, !laritr IiI
f li\r-ratuie nf otht'r. furi-s j it possessed' for the punishment of'tncse individuals, and the citizens guided by the !flash of their guns. low it .if he likeh! .f.idm(\ man, the right hand'I, c I.S.IHJU- v.uiiiil.t arij-t If" 't' I ". 4 in; jt, "..1f

1.1 strong nl.d, dec'd44lly m.t; It'd 1 Character of its emboldened of Clio .Martin Van B rcnvho vvas recaled; f ul tr icil ,. .'. I If
.i- by impunity, their numbers and I returned their fire. A veil, from one of the party, II i. > .ir.t.r.p C.ipt. '!!' ititt; '!. ttuvir
; character: \ jW'J1\ inrtngn1,; ;h J inln 'Mli'm; ii ; 'k'\ ioIlut&li of the shiiitshctd 1 I a year of two u+o fr >m the C"iut of St J'-mc-s nis f MiiCt- :t.oaril, of 'ntl'lil.r i h i' 'I ;'lIutrod: '
r1.*1WHT81 1&ngrssicid H1.Y .lflnfInscJi! one : .
I : ... nomination. .. _. .hav..nir..been ne-aived: Congress Vm i i'nnt' i iijaniiiiiii satiNt'.iclion; lor .
"J .
tr s-eniimcnt.il. was .o sentially feminine. An -- -- ---. .- ... ,.. : : ; tnee"i *:a\i.; .itfjf! af!
-
train "
f1sl i.
4 their They supported a ]large numbers citizens, their indignation all other r on ins oncrrs .'11'1 IJln 'fI'W.1I'il, '
5 \
' overcormng a winningclever, Sh'k.pO'Lt1Cflh1fl, wh 'Jin ral1 ( "
a country -
modem iritif Mrs. Jameson hit j jTrolly I j
eloquent ( ) s ; tippling houses, to which they would decoy j I feelings I -burst open every other door of th I more tort ou> 1".Ihcw >thl have .iol.} t'ct lI'*- : ed in m> oiner liiriil th.in an i II xiil! rft-red h1emcmie.inm ,

said. that Mia I email's; : poems could j the youthful and unsuspecting, and afrer strip- :j building and dragged to the hght. those who on Mac.'uavel or the i 'evil( should thin\ Inn I by fl.,! iron) Li,--it. H .rl.\ '; tiulflllt( ( :

not have been written by a man ; their love I is <: ping them of their possessions, send them had not been wounded. no m-'ans a trill man: ; (but hr acLs as if h bell redevvt 1 could nott. a pilot, he !d: t t:. hirhonr I :inilr>

Without selfishness their passion: without a j| foith into the world the and Ivietitlis f r.\' osu capable of i etrayinij h m ; and! v.hi'e' he turned on h"JlII.i t the Ini.Stn.I : ii.i'n ir.t IITntI \,;'
ready
North
desperate the .
ringleader: who had contrived this pleas s every body by h s ' and
of this'orld' I stood to the F.tst .imi '
their \
Stain "
coarseness, high .t'.f j;" .traIIIIVI'''' :
j 1 of vice. Our streets were ever resounding n.-bodv. beyond i h.- out..ide .if, ..i.s lipsHe is
desperate
'I I plot, could not bo found cau-
in the here that she '!
heroism and to illustrate this assertion we'Would ti'-us H : tvill at trie'- t the Mniitezuni.iit's.cventures : !
( ; wilh the echoes of their j Impencl rable: and of intal ihlf! *!
drunken .urn-
& saga y
} mention Clotilda, tho Lady of Pro' J obscene mirth and : building, but was apprehended by a citizen, i\| ing t!'.e. .ii'-(ci.st c-'ntretemp's t.' atvottn', a '-1 u\vr: out. 1'he vi--it i>f tl:.. ):iui- !hu.i' vi.d

o. Vence," and ihe Switzer's Wife ") unsullied:' j no citizen was secure from I i while attempting in company with another, toi le.-- defeat d !than when apparently (tfPVIt.V, nb J Ji 1 heir has bri,htcit upt-vory .\Ill ncan fotiiitf-wr't;: .

of I their vilia.iy. Frequently, in armed bodies,, i I make his escape at a place not far distant i :j i hs; *>K'ciii-n t." 'he We Presidency of the U. S im-: j and l 1t:1": given bern! cintih Ut'I' in tiicnistvf! > as.!
ambition. Her
; : by any grosser alloy mean they have disturbed the good order of public I Ii j I Himself I with the rest of the prisoners : mediately his mortifying, retal'10111! Eng'and' !| thlir'trnnu.'nt'' ; mt.t.-.. it La cormnwl thrsrnicnt '-

t i '\ religion too, ii essentially. womanly, fervent[, i i assemblages, insulted our citizens, and defied 1 I' then conducted in nen- i I \v 'en his enemies! tho.iijht him politica-ly "ione for. I[I (hat tlie rights and liferticsof Azer.; :"
silence
i clinging to belief and hoping un, hoping ever,' |I four ci\ il authorities. Thus }had 'I to tin scaffold. :: I lie hasquite maie tv his mind to be the next Pn"td"lll j I citizens are noi to be trifled;: with.
[ they continued I Quo of them} not having been m I ihe building ((10 which( the Vic Pn'-it-ncy! has hth-rt', bcelllrLe '
t' i.n of the to her 'I The Montezuma is veeUkr!
spite peculiarvtiials appointed: a mud larger
I to urow bolder in their wickedness, and 1 1 before it wis: attacked : sure .'())' but, if i I"a of hipolui s { whic'i' I I
r nor to be
appearing the Ju
ficx, so exquisitely described in the Evening I I I liain, Iud at !iit tirnefii ran into the brea*
t- more formidable in their numbers, until the i I ISalUrttY I J I am not) -houd: A; T that; the tide upinvhici! :'C
concerned with
t Prayer in a Girl's School :" the 4th of tho rest, except that he was and th" old General his ridden to port has reached I ers had at least h'lty men 011Ird 1 aiKi t to Wllll"

1 c Silent trnr 10 July inst. when our citizens the brother of out: of them, was liberated its Inni The next tiling is the ebb!-.V io .iraii I a f fur Mic.'i] <>r bjltery ; fr.-m 'Ah.it: I can Icarac,'
,
I. And patient smil s to wear thru sufler.ngs weep: hour, had assembled together with (the corps The remaining number, of the, among whom ATtigazi c. I Inojliain fiuts'ercJ (wt'llt-.f1ur; men iiicutling! .

And suin'ess' riches from airectiuu's deep I of Vieksburg Volunteers, at a barbacue, to was the individual who had been shot, b'ltho I I ollicers. The Iexcans; n\I: ni d express .

I r To pour I.n broken rccds-\v.iyi-d showei celcbntu:: tilt day bv the usual festivities. After still lived; were immediately executed In las early life Jacks- was a pani/an: soldier JilTna lion tow rd the gallant ( aJ3atot' [;',

And to in tke idoN] and to mid them clay dinner, and during the delivery of the: of the assembled in presence upon the Iron. ieis ,in the Western country. Thepnuclpal Montezuma t tor riinninjj, after [Iiavmir fired on the
multitude. All I'cue.of his
Tobewail exploits: was in Tennes.se"
t that w-r.hip- of the sympathy Ingham, and have represented :is coiuluct to i Ur:
toasts officers
one attempted to enforce for the wretches ( when- he has since resided) which was mt then ;
If such was the mind of her works the was co-npletely mergediti one in 'nil doubt wa-
such as rio
of die
order and silence Stateof the Un He government a v.ay
at the table on.
when I detestation acquired at this tune
L Tnannor in which she and! horror of their crime. The between iou his dismission from -ili-xicarrXivy.! I-
wrought out her ( the
conceptions I agof eighteen and :
one of these gamblers, whose name i is Cabler whole : twenty-one a i' 'rinidabie .,,
was equally: individual and excellent.Her .-- I procession then returned to the city, I reputation among th Indian tribes as a w.ir- is due to Ca pl. Jones to say: t t'uH' heon ill.'ld :1'.. .'

imagination rich, chaste, and glowIng who had impudently thrust himself into the !: i ollected all the faro table* into a pile and I 'nor, and was call-d, in their signitkant language, his own responsibility, nut lavi'i l,rportutiity .time o. iJ '
company, insulted the officer and struck i :The I'ltintcd.lrrw." In one of the iom mr '
one burnt them. This deputations ul to rtceue iiistrivernmetit tillil"
done any
those who its being a of .
; saw only published fruits troop Sach ,
of the citizens. i In' to the Government. since he has been President hiIliad ;
Indignation ,
immediately horsemen (,11 tin subject but he! and U..l.'
little guested at the extent of its variety. Bui rose set out for a neighboring house to I an old Chief, who rcmemiu-jcJ him well, I ; .''f ..'
high, and it the proof that their were r I. "
was only by inieiferance countrymen
it is that of f t the residence of lIon:, the individual who com lllnen ed him in t-.e oui'se of his ;
posyit.l. we recur to the l'e'ctJlId[' i ti.t
may subjectttaitj. : the commandant that he was saved from i seized, and! inc.ircerateil; i in tin! lilthy:I Ilnll! t't
ami this is the instantaneous I had att 'mpted to organize a force( the quoted, m the graph.: mann of Indian el.'quence.
not time for deliberate on firstS I Montezuma and that C Ur! at .ljtamflt'C3'
| our ) ii
IIp'a a s-'Cech made a. a council the tribe
puni.-hnv war
0 I
however o iu which
t and cold riticism. ,p day ef this disturbance, for( tho rescue of it was proposed to .ittai-k! him -md his "Shall'T had interpobfd i but iu I vain, in lIt ir belialt.j : fr.-

> It i. difli ult to enumerate the titles of her permitted to retire, and the company dispersed. Cublcr, and he hud since been threatening to t _c attack thvhitc uitxi'! "No! Tlie party.Pointed .ir-I j stood the alKiir when the lu Mi :in aUpt'arel foX,.I...
The
?< principil works. I Her fii>t childish efforts military corps proceeded to the fire the city. Lie had however made his escape row is there!" i port, ami! was firi on by ilk 2 Iumte'zimrnaI I Cfl!:'

.public square of the city, and were there engaged that __ I ITo elude with savini that ihe iomfnct tIt t 'Caa..
1 Were published when she was only thirteen 1' on day, and tho next morning crossed )., .
'IJ Rtid n I I, ; in tin'ir eXercises when information was; the Big Black at Baldwin's in t'e Editor of the .Vtir Orleans fitJ'.etin.: J >ut.s, hs: officers ami crew, Iia e meiirctJ t.t! t .
-m Ferry
of
; orIy speak her a
U subsequentpoom received that ( -bler was coming up, aimed 1 I stato of mdiscribable :BRASSOS DF. SANTIAGO, (Mcxini) June, 1835. ty thanks ol every American it Mexid! >.
-- a.lare. a' Dartmour The I consternation. lament f
ReBioraiion e
and resolved to kill one of the volunteers Dear Sir -It probable that many exaggerated Tfic passeuirtTs: rderr. d to are Mr. Tin*:
of tlje Works of Art to Italy," and who had been most active in his escape, as his whole course of life, pcrcoimts will be rcrciveil in the U. Slates, I farlv. .llId )lr. Francis S. Eru j, sons of lieK< i
him '
her "Dratn.itiScenes expelling I for the last three years has exhibited the of the 1'3,. c
from Governor ,
memory- from the table. hi. most affray between the United States cuttt-r of Georgia ; Mr. A. G. -

);- r These were, piobably! written in the happiest; of the Knowing desperate character shameless profligacy, and been a continual Ingham and the Mexican schooner ot t war Montezuma -I Courtland, Alabama; and Mr. lti.f> liirn7''

period of her life, whf'n.her mind was rapidly! -and two arrested corps him.instantly A loaded stepped forward series of transgressions against the laws of ,.I"therefore. _take_.the I !liberty: of rwarding. .toJUM I Mempliis- TeiUH-ssee. .Y HIT ob't seryjNUW ', _

developing itself, and ils progress was aided pistol, a God and man cvuitv inijjo( lain jjui ucuiiu ionuecieciviin I tile --- --- -- c.-
by judicious and intelligcntcounsellors large knife, and dagger, were found on his The names of the individuals who perished affair, of which I was an eye w tness, believing it GOODS
among all of which he had : will be received! the subscribers
person, procured since by numerous to
Whom he tncntione.d were as follows: North llullams received hysr.ntlarrivals
Ileber. Dutch
may Bishop A HE subs'-rilier.s have lately .
separated from the your paper, and o.ur in T '..
\ To liberate countrymen general with *
f company. Bill Smith of E'.rg1i
favorable notice of one of these willWill and McCail. a c eral asbGrtii'CiH'
satisfaction.
poems him, would have been to devote several great Groceries ?rcsions
of the Pomestic Ihrdw'\r' ,
Their Di-yGo.K.J,
be found in Lord Boon's Letters and the bodies were cut down on the The U. States ::'
_ s table members of morn cutter Iiigham, C.ipt. F.zckiel China ar.d d-m.Tion., u;
,
most the Saddlery.: ,Liccpo'l
fame of her talent had respe company to ing after their execution and buried in Jones who for .ClIelvU'and "
r opening reached Slid his and a ditch.It has some lime been cruising on the era \Vare, C.islm r, Iron, Cow'n Uj-c-in "
ley, who addn-axcd a very singular correspondence 1i vengeance, to proceed against him at i is not expected that this act will puss coast of Mexico tor the sip|'rc.sgion of the slave Twine ; which to they oiler low fur CLsbo: o pI?:.'.

to h r.Vith respect to the world i in law, would have been mere mockery, inasmuch without censure Irom those who had not an' trade, hove to oil the mouth of the Rio llrasso, tual custonurs Any bu-finess 'ol1llt't d *tIlJ! ?..'

p general, h"r name began to be known by thepubllcahon as not having bad the oppoitunity of opportunity of knowing and feeling the dire about ten days ago, and was visited by several concern, will be attended to at Tallahassee: by

consummating his design, no adequate American citizens, who furnished lain with (liam Kerr.
punishment some .
of her Welsh Melodies of her necessity out of which: it oiiginated. The STURGES.S
could the particulars relative to the of KERR: :
have been inflicted him. Ctm capture the Ante
on
"
laws however
Seige of Valencia, and the scattered lyrics it severe in their provisions, have rican schooner Martha, and the imprisonment of !. Marks July 1 11.h, l-vi.n .J2m -
., sequently, was deter.uined to take him into
which: appeared in the New Monthly Magazine never been sufficient to correct a vice which her by the Mexican time' H"II. :
schooner of t"
the woods and lynch him-which is mode of passengers war weeks after date, I shall i.pply fr
then under the direction of Campbell l1. / a : must be established by positive proof, and Monte/.uma. Upon receiving this information, SIX o of '!)li.. County Court <>t" Leon county, ;

She had previously contributed a series of; punishment provided for such as become obnoxious cannot, like others, be shown from circumstantial Capt Jones ran into Matagorda, anti obtained the Letters of Administration on the i-stateol f IUrrwncy

prose papers on Foreign Literature to ConI 1 I in a manner which the law cannot testimony. It is practised too, by in. deposition ot John S. Bartlett, Esq. who was onboard late of said county, ifcceas.GATZII .. IWRNEY. ,.Il1''" l'

Mable's Edinburgh reach. He was immediately carried out un- dividuals whose whole is violoto the Martha when captured; and while -: {
Magazine which with study the
..
der a guard attended crowd of there also became Leon County, July 8th r trf'JJ 4' 6w -'-' ,
little I by a re.specta law in such acquainted with the ineffectual
the
exception! are only specimens of that a manner ua to evade its punishment -
ble citizens-tied to a tree, punished with interposition of'our Consul at in behalfof NOTICEI : ]
style of writing ever attempted by her. To and who never are in want of secret -
those
r stripes tarred and feathered, and ordered to unfortunate Americans who bad been s hereby given that the Bo'k' for rfccivlnJuscripti 1
:, the h Siege of Valencia," succeeded rapidly S. 1-,ave the city in 48'hours. In the meantime confederates: to swear them out of their difficulties t for several weeks under hatches on board of 4S to the Capital Stock of the J t (

; .'4 I her "Torest Sanctuary" her "Records of I of his whose oaths cannot be impeached for; the Montczuma. The Ingham Matagoida on Life Insurance and Trust Commy," will- be J5T-} yl,, (
comrades Lucifer
OLe the of the the
; '. Women" (the moat successful of her works,) gang, any specific cause. the 12th inst. with the avowed intention of seek- at thc (II Ii ce of Thomas Douglas, sq. In lfO .

her Songs of f thc Affections," (containing. had been e.nrlnnvftrmcr- -- --' -----0, to-- rail- --.' -nnri..- -nrm, .. .Kic.. '-/.- .n_- -- in".. th-.- -1\1..nntp."m...-....-, .1.nl 5 ,t",..,1;nlW.I"'Uh'UU111 .tnt:is :UUU1.. .. i ",* 'An"hl.inf'- nfl -11m.- e\/*-knd dfY of November time, 5-ll1 ...'1 jI .
: federates for the purpose of rescuing himi We Extract 'liate: release. She 011'this at 10 o'dock'/and will be left oxw from sb:1 (
: perhaps, her finest poem, It The Spirit's Return from an English paper, the following accordingly appeared until wholjof the Stock t
her National i which, however he failed to accomplish.We description of Andrew Jackson it port at daylight on the 14th mst. having fallen in I by adjournment the t
7: ) Lyrics end Songs for ;- was originally about five i, subscribed, not exceeding thirl) day5-
'; Ntiic," (mos of which have been set to had borne with their enormities, until published in the New Monthly Magazine, an English ,I miles to leeward of the Montezumathen LOT CLARK /. "
mu- lying at anchor outside of the Bar she irri
to have suffered BAYMOJpUiTHOMAS I
them ;
would ROBERT
longer periodical. The
uny not portrait is a most admirable
sister
fliC.Ibl4* and become one ;
popular,) and mediately under JJOUGLAS, ,
the .
got descrying Ing
(
,::. her'ncs and Hymns of Life." We haven only have proved us to be destitue of every but we arc Letter pleased with the "aide-wipe" given ham, bore down for way and upon fired at her ; at sunrise June 2J, 1835. 45.10w __ .Jontnu sn 1ltTJ'i

fe 'li ed (o speak of manly sentiment but would also have implicated to the little Dutchman Kmderhook. the Star Banner" from
critically any of these ; Spangled was displayed J. I.UNTKR j 1
f' ;. the progress of mind and change of manner us in the guilt of accessaries to their SKETCH OF GENERAL JACKSON AND HIS. the mast head and main-peak of the Ingham, at DOCTOR .ervices t( the tt':f (
Professional '
his :
crimes. Society may be compared to tho FRIEND VAN BUREN. the same time letting slip her "dogs of war" at OFFERS lie M 0\ t

I which they register have already been advert- elements which although "order is their first General Jackson is very tall, bony and thin, with. the Mexican, and tacked ship in chase of him.- himself on the county Meridian, genert-lly.roan, six. miles l"ortrr t

td to in our columns. Nor need we do more law," can sometimes be purified only by a :an erect military bearing, and a head set with a con- No sooner was the flash from the Ingham's guns Tallahassee, where he may be found' when i

than repeat our conviction that she had not as Btorra. Whatever therefore siderable icr/e upon'his shoulders. A stanger would perceived, than the Montezuma hauled her wind fesbionally engaged. C
x sicklsenjsibili- at ont pronounce upon his profession; and his frame and made aU saiL from her. By this lime the flu- I TlahasseeJuflo! 15th, 183 >. 45-10 r

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LjI'1JR1DI4N ] mire. Nor will :t fail (olo most interesting, ifwe like! the unyielding disease
the UCTi **
soon
enervates
chivalrous -
5eeds
: reflect have for a moment, what a change a few short strength of the body and the vigor of the mind. I acknowledge. Reflect< as what queens an would influence proudly your 'j Doct. Richan}JBIount!

years produced. Go to the blue skies and classic shades of Greece, sand ex have the tenders his profesw-HMil jerricfe to
swayed over minds of in
Here, as if but yesterday, the Indian roared a- there ask the native as he wanders through men p. the aliens nf St. Marls, and the ,,
every age, aid give to that influence direction -, .
a
loud in all the
untutored wildness of his the proper
He
nature. where Godilesses surrounding af
groves once smiled and the county may
JULY 35.u Unadorned and unrestrained the :-Djrect it to the preservation of that in way* be found at his office when .
SATURDAY, by trapping of muses held their peaceful abode the not pr< fcssionally
what
civilized life ; was heritance :vHich the matrons of'76 assisted in obtaining engaged.St. .
and a equally to its .
stranger com- predominant character of his
1 ancient countrymen. and-which fathers sealed : Marks 24ih '
our with their July. 1835.
,mich pleaMiie. w Mate, that the crops f>rts and its evils, his wants were few and simple, And he will tell you, the love of power. 'Go to dearest blood. It is true that by the well'' ordered 50tf. .

have ve n or heard, and easily supplied. The forest yielded him the of NOTICE.S .
\"irc, Flondi, a f. r as we an rums anciect Sparta, and there ask the rules of
prjmisin? condition. We arc how abundant supply of all the necessaries his rude shepherd, who feeds his flocks on the neighboring in the society, you are not permitted to figure IX weeks after date, we shall apply to .he County j
legislative"hall
a verv life; his wigwam sheltered him from or on the martial field ; yet court Jefferson county, for Let'crt nA'1mia..
"that he rains whkn have fallen the pelting hills, why this sad delapidation this wreck ,
the ivy ofj Lyou have in the elomestic i Ut ration the
ieariUl. a part to perform circle, on estate of Thomas C, ok -
and > '
storm
d'-fased
with his how 1
"' ; twanging as defence former j -
the a ?
tlf nast week, mar prove injurious to and Ins magnificience And he will tell you, the equally as arduous and responsible. You have a late of said county. THO?. P. RANDOLPH f ,
dog he sallies f
4 0*I'r' as a companion, rth over indon.itable love of introduced :
I Ins native "hills conquest luxury | growing family around you, which call into requisition FETNAH COWl SE.
:J:1.A' i j with the !blessings of heaven witin its walls and
C" on they crumbled! the dust. | MintieiIo.Jeffe-ii
Co.
tiir.o, we Vnow.f no country, to all the: jxtent-energies of the mind "iou llth July, ISgp Mi.6w.
-Li' ramrilar hi* hoad: and its in his heart.
|: purity Thus he But far different is the character
Mid bright.-r ihaa of the American. h have there
of which, are Mirer tt> accomplish that, which has baffled | HERRINGS.
uji rlit have
; < ; wont round the in
.r.p"C simple ten Living a land! where
''.c' M-idV!; l )i-m." of J'hridaan.I we ohecifully 1 or ol l hi: life.: Ilii soul unaspiring, and his bo omirmr us salutary influence education is shed widely his minds diffused the! efforts of conquering heroes ; to subdue the ) A FEW barrlcs of Baltimore saltrd TIrrings fr .

thmcl of counnvttfiri upon ; rising paeons, and curb the evil propensity sale, at a reduced
show "v a ,! our very price.
_
: to noble
: ;1 ntv.l by and tender emotions, he miirlii and free l from the evils oh he acknowledges -
IM,. the tMiinvnusa.va superstition, nature.; Yoiir country view, with intense interest MILLER & ;
ic s.nsne P1. TNAM.
'.t Lcrt' thn. hive: >;isxo 1 rrrklrss down the of
:; ; < stream time no God but the God
cflw of Heaven. Reared her St. Marks
rising youth-She needs their services and July 2 tth. 183.S. 50-3w -
: I pr'pe? Iv. 1'1It egflVt'1.tUC* WITI| voarn-: sin.le woe t to mar his manly brow. in the sunshine of .
; ; U peace: and prosperity, with the will receive them with a grateful welcome. Let -
1ns..* ti i.vjat.IL.U Hut 1ie aid of rl % FOR NEW '
l
: ORLEANS.
'tUc i vciac not destined to unfold comforts and the
.4It- pleasures of life around him he them drink
vi TX & deep of the sparkling fountains, ofliteI THE
L : :ule4flg i1 he H< h<" it nin' only :o a savage eye. I.nese beautiful : in war only when Schr. Washington i? aily; exp *-
ng-igcs ju-lifted by the laws oi'n t ii re and science that I their tender and dccilr ted'
,
I ) at this )Ort, and will hate :
h t'l4 Ifl. hi' V.HC.N. and ) quick dit-
grntly ascending I hills dcstmcd and
were not i nations
I : humanity. He lives
:'- t C- in plenty with- minds
;. : j as they grow, may expand with high nid J patch for the above
s tu vho i port-fcr freight .
wl.i.hf ( with the Indian's oc
only the
V 1-y yell, out superfluity and
thc 'T. vt : c -itnt y enjoys pleasure uitbout par- }I ennobling! idtiis. Train! them to be good citi- -
up assa-e i .
to
lio\lmgol'thc p apply KERR 4
v..ilfand the panthers Vflhl. These ticipatmg in the evils & STURGES.
% jirge
vcnanimi.eu of luxury. His bosom beats !izens and
.
; h.t' 4an j : genuine patriots, and a nations gralitude St Maiks July 19 -19-2v r
231"'i: luvilly asuai Mi.p. : streamwere not destined to hear upon their with no desire for extensive conquests but give will be vours. -_.

!* in tii-tt onei'h ln LunJicJ hands felt hind bosoms only aquatic fouls a ind t tin* light i ship* !him liberty, and J permit him to find peace and en I rejoice, fellow cili/ens that in before NOTICE. T J ;
Thiu. who -
ping t C.l; lit it'. These majestic trees that I their i in the bosom appearing .
wave ij joyment t'f
of '' 1" ol'th'' ii his family, and he reposes you, for the first time in IXpionthsafterdatcI shall submit
lf .f '* <' **' !lll want a iill heads the I ra i acity ut'a JS ny account
.
: : to the summer hreezc intend! i in
were not sweet content and .ini voucher8
:tC Av lfM'nbtln lh" Mocks I)1 envys not the daz/ilg mcgnificence public speaker,! can congratulate I ; y.m it: I the present I | as Administratrix of t! e Estate of
(1t tl ed to iM.t t their: graceful shades the of H.-nry n.
caf | over prowling i ) Kings. and JFittf, deceased, to the Hon. the
peace and
Ct v !Tail Iload%. > 7" ion coini' nics,-aii-1 { beasts, :and the wearied: hunter ; nor their fertile Our government founded( on the wisdom and c prosperity'I'hiuh, growing rniown irit ot our Common ort of Leon Countv. and apply fr n charce.Couqty
country. and :
ota.Vl pa"J ielV"" l'o'ii: Truly Flori- | hammocks, to grow in all the wild! ami uncultiva- experience of ages. Deeply verseil in the science contentions abroad paity ;; >artv ELIZA A. BRUCi :, Admi'x.
are in the land
md .
1 iLvUbc I C.lI11fl'I' ihi' tU-oi t njrai'an J. ted luxuriance of nature. The earth was intended of j polkics, and in I the annul I. of history, its venerable of f discontent and disaffection: have,,, :?tbr some symptoms time I!i :.ty. iPth 1835. 49-Cm_ ;

% 'he uand ,miirratury; tir by its munilicient Creator to 1 be industriously founders
uv
.-\\Vtsrara-et profited by the examples'of previous been discovered in particular members! of the I Iiiiiiii NOTICE.

.i 4 "Ji1'' "f tH'3 C., IJ-vthl>m "Ttx..v.J eultivited I i ihat I it iniirht yield an ample abuntlaiiceI h J I !govern men ts, adopted t their advantages and rs'jecl ; yet, they are the grand preservative* fe-l lX months afte.r date, as Administrator or the FI I

J, V, theiaur n &1 W Pa-fi-$ : 141 r ()r-'lve* wo I to supply: ; I the accumulating wants of na ii. Igno- i ted their evils. They saw the shoals: on which of t liberty, the sure indications of a watchful :I i S FI.st.-ite of Henry Murray, I shall present ny k .
I pena
tujihonr loi--J; : JJ1 f..rmeUn attach I rant of the arts of t agriculture I and living a wanulcring : M iuliers wet e wrecked, and! endeavored to avoid l)le. As the torrent, dashing iinpetuou.siv onward, ccoun -* and vouchers f>r settlement. -

1 ecai th" cuumry: v.v would not HMW, prove ai, I erratic life, the untutored Indian disdained; i them. Seeing that a democracy would be most carries off the miasmatic matter that c.mcrs to its1argIn4 j G G. HOLT, AdmV.4f .
I 3t'n1 i1ar | the cultivation of I the soil when the river and the { *conducive to the ; July H -6-n.
of
-nccrtaitiyjnilit' h.ippiness) l man, in much
fo"ail: th.- j irw", ibit : : : as as nit and thus purifies rts waters ; so this eon
It4r l( t; 1iriii-hird him with all he desired. Conc would I -
jtbuM | place the least restraint upon his natural I tentirnis spirit, as it spread over our has LIZ Gmlsihn Superior Cour'.
,
country .
4':4 ijc. &} quentiy an ovcrwhehnii tp tide t of.emigration flow i iI I liberty i this was i the I eovermnenl I of l their tIi'liCt'. a powerful tendency to divest it of I Henry Hec, Conip.ts. .
ana -
tho I < tl! in upon him from evt i iv direction; and howcver They ;pledged their lives, their fortunes 1 and their the corruption j -
,
a'a i' i.'-i' (ifla the G1**!*, thai purify government. It is true, the dork and L ittlthtiryll.Jonp5 I
'We v ny ivluctant he may I have been to leave the land sacred honor*, to its guarded it I It
all tn lu support by u dreary cloud of war has lowered over us, aiil I II leitryV.
-
ji' 4l'jJ14W&l tO d power 1"I of his biith .d the of his lathers l he noble -P,8ebles J1 IN CHAXCERT.
pe.t4ievl a ii groves vas constitution, consecrated it with their blood threatened( burt t i"a' '.
fiTiu- that I to in the fullness of its ur.iih; on Jfi I Smith
.4 arid
L1.e t1C Ovlk iiiUofcf.xwrtij a ( forced i to rtcede r.t the approach: : ol 1 civilized man.His nnd i transmitted it to us who have; assembled today jour happy land. But thanks to Him, who sivays; I jBcuiamiu I ward, |J

t tr3wlt'4 *mii i tnlrt* now di4 yen from pi.ice i 10 place: ; to commemorate; its aiiii'er.irv., : Its name, the] de.stiny of Nations, there was an averting Respondents.; J -

In ci'inmnnd is rung and respected in every land, und its ban hnrid-that band in wisdom IT aptinrs from -
that W v mm.-iui :< Ou1H ] jir-dsii.: ; tu s-vinic stein was displayed the satisfactory evl.Toive that tae De
>srM float
Ins dt ii rui- Will Hi'in !lit' 2 tJU' and every 'iac'-- ncrs undisturbed on every sea. And shall prudence, and discretion of our Senate. An.1 along > ; 1 eit, Henry \V. PMsr tSaVfl I Krnith, and
J .> Mi> t1 fotn "Tampa's .le-ert 'tranl sully name, and tear l as rhis illustrious body- this Areopagus <.! |! net H-.U- .hi* iwrrVt, but

31*' e.*me, minre soon \\nre a (
\ ictorf i.rdert.l .,
G that M that
a 1t't v iu'i' Ti.c forest waves nnjesiically over ti ? Shall we di rut aspect. awakened: !from 'u* solitude V'f ti \ theSuiirrwrCnurtfMrlU MiJilI
:b U41. p )int the expectations: of an admiring world who I Itri.-r Flo'jrnh .
4'Sy i ffll; beneath a I tin I prowess of Ins strong, arm.i The lo 1 Jo the misrules of power ; as long as tt.t'v Gnd>d M County, fMMim ,.I.irirCr-!
*. ."'ti 3i.il nva: :* man. wil'ijU' are :living to u* as the only IHMCOII' to guide tnem nor
truly correct with
3vMf ; *
.j a alTcction the of
Tie guardian -:4: .
unbroken in i 1 errors jb) 'rc of
I plain soon spread; out beauty"; before. in the rj.ehrs.tday t.e! r.' xr N-.v -mnrr..rri Qf
iic1' l n, I the | sam Ct.urt and answrr the l.il! fi-! :| !by ijy. c iT.pIairi- '

4l oot-.i: :jam. an iUr 1isfci" I them in saiets; to the portals of freedoms sacicd ctemple. 'wr .ptions t of f others will be free ; in tins
.T '1' v t and villages, and all the n quotes ofeivili.rj ; we a indepen- case olhcrv.-e iiiu .!:.-- v. iI! bc t.n ir*
ftc' a yi, a siratv-r for; .' No. never let it IK- said of us, that liber- dent l and happy and our :inient remain (._.,?re3o_
people
L. life inUxi if | govcr
car' I s-prung I tcnce: as through t the j jUiilM'ncv i and!
4.V.U33: I <.t' :..>me magic power. Ve grew in j I ly a glorio.is name were ours, and we da-ihed 1 1hlit'ifl hke th base; > of our lofty mount.un] Julv i -tj.1'f '

j from us as contemptible 11)U hiles. But let us moved I and irnmevable.ffl .
MKDICAL
ihiui and! wrahh with COLLHGK OF
| | : vinv.\-jmjied; ; rapidity we1! : : __ GEOIIGIA.
f act and
our examine well
part, duties and T
; 14 And iu tcatl! of tinvilij.. our Mllil I.ectur-s ii :l.i s -rit-n: !Ii'-
_i t f roa' n nv, rn0 the--ilvr.ee! : ol j i ur! r'"siimcd
'tia% the
4''ft'r IA )3C 1| I'.S. Cutto.I whoMsniiUulr( was; lu-tnrbe! il! only I by the murmuriugs j -i' things that are essential to. the preservation Surrey! of Private Land Claiui; *. B On lie th 'j ur'r.v IM '. ce>ff>r n. \t. and

ol} t this princclt'ss! inlrntiance.Iniel'igi T un t. i i ntd, li.ts re Cd it. ,iru., Huns fr.jrn t! uioue as u ii.il fit i r.n M i Tuevvi(' ?jc Jclivert.y
I .* -,.Ji .rMfi, .a Js'-ar. <; f War Miti zuun, r 1 he litant; rivuK the Mirhj-jgnf JK.; wind -
;; .Hiring: the rH: : I'oiiage: ol'1 its ti t *, or th j terrific I nco among the people produces virtue: : Ji tlu- Coniii.ir.t.tof the fiin-r.ii L-irn ( t d L. A! PUP 'i -* .t. l>., or: Anato: .1)- and PhySlf'l -

: ? : i in the st-iteamen and \Vashinjrtrn, City, I to '-.utse to !KSm c\ < .1 ) V. :-
{ I in I the at'u-e-
v.'M ii'ihc ii.luiiatr" 1 I ln-rc purity government. -
i savage is i j jvvid I
;presented a PAUL F. KVF I>
This is the grand palladium" an-1 all alily to the dcri.su.us of the Supre-n-- -tin ft ihc ou :!Princip cs and Prac. e> i
b Uvuvl ins 'I- !.-. *' z&i.l! im 'r< .iug >:cenifields and vih.igc>, ; attempts to i ticf of ? .
< 'V r'aJ.1: ani; 1 C in rnbo ; maintain United JM *tcs> made at their.January Termi1l, the ---p.- .

. V : .iii ftii 5 .ej.'laersous ACI'N'NINC.11.. D., or. the Pr.ricrjand! .

piH;pl<:. (Oo thrtwhere] ] tuie ounVd | immortal Bolivar, like Washington, viz--George J. F. Clark, Anton/: Ilwitis Pm-t: ; .1! -di.i.e.JOSEPH .
\I34
-: IL; \i' L -G17" ( oe% raiIr.. W<* vr ( mcz, George Fleming's hens, M..sf-s K. I j ji A. -- .-!. I.)., orjTLcrap* uics and Mattiri -

" '.a1t ivjinv, is.nv i-j hf.ir.1 the peal of the : rescue his countrymen from the i Lc i, Philip U. 'iTotingc, Joseph H. Hernandez, Jdm .

5:."." ; :' ....: Cb.c!" Ja tkv, A N'-'v Yk ;..nA b- j) \v< JMILUK "i.\r. the huM-nuns merry nu-ilow horn, a lIdsot'i !j i yoke nf Spanish oppression. No impcdement j II I HucrMs, Francis Itidiaid, Fruueis P. FaUo's heirs, \I. ANt< .V. ; r n Olisttttics at rt Diseases rv .

t. i. L .. L 1 1'atc'v. ,: ; i.v! ittv :uvl lclicaie strain-1 ol'uui ir. There however gre.it, no danger, however formidable, a William Gibson Et. .i/ heu-s ufFi-ancu, l-'atio -iv.k iZ.Tvi' lJTk p
L.TX *
ar. 'i atd vI'r.ti.: curbed t the i impetuosity of hi*: nature shook deceased. F srhfrv jirj P; ni-i-try. :
nliv V I IuilJii Juthed or
: f : : i \\i urn I i iv bu-k, ir pd.l- TIIF. '

' 1".i V--ivt'; pir pi.-lV:*; Ju J L:c J lon' < i B.ir : .' .*'. :]i .. .-' :: j :i .!. :\Jer* tis Innd. hi ttht e.tuoe, ves- i for a moment I, his determined soul. Other t daring Two Deputy-Surveyors willljp dc.spat.rhcd a'ly in \litr.i-rt TF :. .' J h f" .

-.ii '\ T ."v or C't.i. M". 'M-ig t/tl w.th tlie wealth of i :and chivalrous! .-'pii} its mingled with his, and forced October from this OrHre, with the ncc# ssiry instructions Z-j ci- ('p1 i
; } .t ; I c )mmcree, IMW | l to execute this duty, and the Ci.urin.iiti 'fi1kr.- ; .t i S., ir.o ua

U""it: ij.'a a t"i*.'lvv-jiut the:: /'. /, < ->inj! - j rac'icji Anatomy, once: mly, 10 OiL -

i l iT 1 8 :::, ; f I* tiJr4? luciUwt1J1 lc i ie i-1! < l'i ro'irv'-> gr.iwmg. gUMMie.--. Heie, I J superior prowess. The shouts of a liberated ;peopie with certified copies of then several: sranU and decrees Diploma Fee, 10 Od

. ; ..,\ :: i y lie P j-ti \cat. | uiiere the) c-mncii) lii': b'!'. /ed m tenr.lo grandeur; I; rung through the wide extended plains tit S. of the Superior Cowt of East Florida, with copies JOHN W, WILD'S. President. .

: [ atiii e.at its ruinous hjht on tin- 'u1i I title around, | Amenea, and bounded on hgh to the loftiest sum1 of those plats of surveys therein i. co mzed, and L. D. For.D, Pe-c'y. IVinrl; of Trustee- 3

;p IT.' hare MIT*,.'TI vunau* fro' : the Penny M.
t.u !*r; i-1.u h nv n':<-v JUM 1 :.v O '(' .u"! rta--v "f I the n 'nig youth-.-Mr the dieii.iiiaion; : of l the| i free aad l independent! and revelled for a while in tvluch maybe desirable to furniil th; surveyors, to'acilitate DISSOLUTION OF .
) : the full! of civil their with the cliim.sn'l shallhehindcd COPARTNf !U Sfll?.
: enjoyment But all -
meeting
-oav-'v.'d '. UgtithtiTJ'ue and! 1. a 'I'll iv bI the Ra 1 IV-adir-mi L vc-r- II-1 ItII'IIL'h this t once'
giin: enveloped in ? darkness. I over, -iddn-sscd: to "Deputy Surveyors, ciref THE copartnrrship liTP'ofore exutinjr under
, J.ito.: Matuh'"5ter. "!
: : a.hf'u:. u ] 3v., v)luch : e-jual Jy Si'L' I wanlois a-ifeml !fd evt r and a Il. n, tc !lebrare: j js.imt niiterrils, race, they were not the pro Surveyor'j> Officr T.iU-tlias-fj, July 2'2t, 13I. was this day dis&cheii by mutual consrnl. All perituJol 4 .

bl.nj.ly victor.", ur tt> sacrifiov the ii yes ol'j i per ; tor a republican government. I'hevist.Iftd 50-4w) UQBKRT DUTLKU, Surv. One.. J. Ci >t<>cl t<> *1.... r'it i-n.it i" tj e Jot ttty Ol .
I \\illl I .. *
lO t .
Jtliyllt llit ru I innocent victim-;, lo apjx-a >i- the rnii.iins tif some i rrque&itrl rtrdiate pay. ..
I dc-i ti ttl C. iif; a templv i< errcted lor; the worship \ leader, became divided among them- TALLAHASSEE JOCKY CLUB HACKS. {I in nt to Willi; .im Kerr '.r J:jhn Arjrylr ; and aF! debts '' T<

I t NC', .1 I 4 of ilu- true &i living God.And ha\*? a fiee Sc enligh j ji Kelve<. rusd fell from their high eteva Lion into a '-ontracled for die cornuttr, vviiH-e} settled as 4
Miitof and contusion. An hoe, orby tie! firm r> 'K-rr *S
Sir-IB emplane'' v/iih the \volns ot'ihe riti- ii'iicd 1 ;people, relit i ino; t'roin the divc .>r>latit av ea- \ anarchy enlightened! \vhirh $ tuces, it St. Marks,
: and well educated pe:>pie will never be subject to i I. copartnership rtiuau."nrhangn!. All claims i

-Il : : Cout'y ats.l Tvtj t1't (Jiiinry, \\v n->- .tions I of lilt', and throwing aside such conodmg {]i iM these iiii;n-LtPlt. When -jolitieal I question is iNNUAI. ;:-iiiist the Lite firm of tins! rlirc, 1% hi be |>Uit r-y Wrn. .>
| and perplexing)! :ilIXulv. liaveeome fortli. not herr
o. ecti y t : .yfr* for a el'Y of the chnsul.vTv.l c.itc agitated: oti prt-ser.tation.
j ; they eau examine U :and! judge tor I th"mI -
cbaut the pru-e I if 1 the laui: lle licr-i, nor t- j WILLIAM KERR
i l.y j,4u, ou lite .llli j jc I selves, and not depend upon the ipse hut or bare ,
-; eclebialt-t birth day or c' rr 'ii1 jolt of theer;
; ::31., i jrt'.Vicaiion: iti the riuriilutj. ;assertion of! every prejudiced drclaimer.: 1'hcinlelhit'nt ROBERT STURGES. -.
tivd I ehl-nct to uv ra nation" '
1i'u.I: wvep; wronfrj > TahI.tiisce} June '
IM 133.I'
Im .
al .
Very K<'--j>rci'iiy: j nor vcl lii bow i in obsequious; snbmiVMuij 'o tne i ipa statesman: ne can -pre>ent his conI _

4 Yunr< O'r i;, 'itlv, ;int' tlt-Npoi, but to mingle in litslV! unison ai omul: j I si'tueiiis'I with honor, and defend their cause with COPARTNERSHIP. .

1 J0lV.! MALOXPO the : ltar; of liberty, to ei'lebrite the amiiveuiiy ol.]! ib.hty and success and the intelligent! citizen alone 'ii'i>rribcrs having associated themselves in -
\VM. I j 1 c.in delect his .sigu'! ;>-1 t alterations from duly. lie, meeting for 1835, \\ill commence on THE
1 HOtlTli. .American t ImlenrndHiire! ) and to j pour 1 torth i iI their s, in this City, un-L-r the ;tyle and firranf
.
1 IL who extends to ins children the advanvages of 1 :a Tuesday, Dirtnibw 15th, nnd continue S dayr. KEKR &. KIRKSET will :
?. .I souls in of praise to bun who I Ij contn.re t-i mnducf bustti.ss
; :iptii r. songs ) :
./ A. .1. TOYMAN.) ofi I the I dr til' !liberal! education, give:* I them arms to defend their I si Day- A Sweep-Stakes for 3 year old Colts and in a similar manner as the larc fi-mot" r'rr fc I
| j ptvsidrd I over tei inf.iney our country I j Fillies, 3 mile li-ats-suWnption UO-forfeil gluOTo

4T L I.L';: IJ i -; 1.. .nut !i-nv lool.s
  • \vti ill l k i iiidu on her vigorous liberty, and maintain their country's independence. close 30:1.: Sept. and name the day before the lace .Sturtr.-s' and elicit a continuance of the support of :
    r Why tlitn, in our favored land, is I this KO often .hi-r friends iiid customers. They ha' e latc-ly rerei.
    fit .M.JJLUI-:. > AII v. ...ith.l'U'U ti) the ri.iujf g iM'rat.on th it on by 4 i 't( li-ck, F. M.id vt-d a pner.il of
    con-idert-d assortment and
    Foreign Domestic
    - 'rt: \v. 11. M'j ]I tJi> d.iv fiilv nine \earsago, i.n: :i !:athers dicl.ired! I secondary I to t the lucrative avocations Its-A Post-Stnk"s fn e for any Horse, Mare, |Dry G.-o-K Hardwaae Plated (
    suie, Jroccne Provisions
    ol life! and the of ? ?,
    show wealth. An
    J j I glittering Gcld'ni in 'hc Umtrd States 4 mile heats. Stil.irip'ti.Ii
    or, )-
    e ili mstlv ( i; free and independent, oud 1 gave: them China, Glass, and Liverpool Vare in
    ingredient so essential I lo I the formation and durabihu t f. i-ftit To dining
    lOU. close
    SI500 $ 30th
    -
    c Sii.fijr.iiv! (J'io.Kl.iK' iilt, 1935.GrniVajfii I the liberty they now rnj .\ ; and to uigthem to I Septem-I aud brok.-u srts, Castings, In>n, Cotton Ba rginir, Bdleami
    1 ILIf of ji 1 republic, should I be cultivated with a btr, nnd name the day before the Race by 4 o'clock, I Twine.
    -Vos: of tiae 7th JTitt. n.-iUChtiio be a- 4evoted! l s the idolatry: tl 1 Mecfj m ,.re.er Baling
    | ;; liberal band, and I received with a greatful I heart. P. M.
    ! | ving I this invaluable inhcriteuce, and ) transmit ituiitarnijhed I WILLIAM KERR,
    ;>y <4'inv Aidif i:.r pukicationv.m! duly I As the olliqers of* those 3dDay-Jocky Club Purse 8300, 2 mile heats-
    a
    government are on
    ; undimmiahed l late
    and .
    It to 1ne >t p4)5.- Entrance S>25.4'.h JAMES KfRKSEY.Talahasep .
    reujiiN"l: vx HvtiugUiat it over UMul.J cunuU'lct'Tia whom! its durability and renown must greatly depend t .
    June .
    ; tCfitv. ; Ist
    y j Day-Jockey Club Purse SGOO 3 nvle heuVsEntrinre : ,
    .)-) }rai.ic, Jvin;;; iuTnnifd v, li !ly 1ii the M.iiiy; have ben the nntioi 1 )* win, in i the words to them should be directed our unwavering ; 50.

    t.r.I ti krj :{wr4iuvK; ; ;':k care in iis j prte''C' sj o '{ distinguished drelar.ui-m, have deciaied! j j attention I arid I to their nets, our strictest scrutiny.j 5th Iay-Proprietor's Purse $300, 1 mile heats- LIST OF LETTEIiS

    t.or : "wi-re and he Tie j jiiidijHtiileiit j It is correctly observed that the public clnins: 3 best in Entrance 325.Cf in the Post Orfie Quincy,
    :5 : ati i : r.-iih *71 jch p4Ii-y: ; pVrul its ina.racourjfiv : ; ti; al lhy : ol'nglit ught to *; and I REMAINING
    1 : (ioadr:) d l by a eriis of systematic lean be rivited only by the public hands." A republic \ Subscriptions to cither of the above Staki, on the first dav of July,
    in hur: .*: puK itiuu. I cuiufc. hv : i ioppK sr:; \\liu h if taken before
    ; ihe' have :ariM-n in I the fullness ol'itht is like a walled city, on whose ramparts the can be made by letter *'vi-, i3: 1 aia uadtrr bl.ri i ii >*ion Tallahassee before the 30th Vuiiiit I85, will be sent to the Genral: Pc&tOffice '
    uioa
    ( *.onc : t i e* tIi ir i i'.8: .1 lignati-Mi: I and burst asu.ider the mauicles: )i sentinel must walk his lonely round, to see if all is anytime Stpteinb next as dtiid Lttttrs

    13 iI : s ,: ich u' I 'tn 411Jt'lb1.4I Ii" that I b miii thrm servitude and sn I aci iiin. Thel : right. And if we wish to remain a fiee people, THO. BROWN, Sec'ry k Proprietor.
    in
    I 50tfADM .-/-Allrn, ComrtilB Martin Df ntel
    . July 24lh. l35. [ ,
    t' :} 'u, nt.h o'.r.erv 4'3'T .ie c LonoroJ'bdnti j ;i| i iintr LI l shrill e'an-Mi I on the I rattling drum summoned them i iI j we must stand high upon the battlcmcnts'of our -Blake, Elizabeth Mat his, A'lah

    :' :.K.'Orat.iruf ihe .jy ; niul lunvcwr rduciaut: I Ir.v Jo ti' rield of be sold the bidder in the
    the movements of our public functionaries in TILL lo ''c'icst City _
    . warfare with (he minions of and j I John -NtniHi William
    i ,
    we deadly tyranny
    i-xpuse tj y Addnto the idlr :ind j of Tallahissec: the -22J of be-
    } : tr-i/.e in Thev } \\hom we have reposed so sacred a trust: Ii f] T on Jay August, Batzell, Thomas Nickson, Jimcs .
    glorious
    ? I gl.tu j'iVy triumphed( n cause. hours of 12 and 2 o'clock the follow in des- i
    i the
    :'- cuuvcr'jtiny.. 1-.ilmil it to yourli-! > i the unhallowed tween ,
    > & self-interest C
    ; swayed by feelings -CandreyT.H.2 Par'nncre
    ,.' I lH i tiiefimli ht freedom and the'r S S'ephenQQ.uattlheam
    > ; -.l Jura \ViC II) crihcd Town Lots, situate in the North Addition of
    ! i."ju: lha: : a.idue alio.vances v.iill-c 1iitc:: smiled or ambition, they betray this trust, and transcend I ( :InstIi. Nicholas .M. S. 2 y
    God ie<> of liberty m complacency uj on Tallahassee belonging to the estte of James Hughes,,
    iui the limits of the constitution Crawford!, Robert R-Rca.J. John
    4. 'pleasure fleeting and their proclaim them as; viz Lots No- 173 174 and 176.
    4 ; tliet.i. I H.tl! their was: decE'ased, : ,
    fj, tIUTi. most -tctull :. | hoprs \Vi ie soon withered and b'abtcd.' The sablf traitors to their country, and visit their crimes; 'rci ins ul"sale made known on the l.iy of sale.H. Chapman I-Farby, John Susan R. Read, Alfrulllotrell -:
    I Valentine
    ,
    WM.1I. with severest condemnation. Happily for us, the F. .-IMdONS Adni'r. ,
    1'r M'BRIDE. ll.ig of tyranny 50011 llappctl over tfiem again>; l\i) AlarvDopsim. : i Roberts Jonathan
    > i.e c day has passed, when it was thought to 21. 183:. 50-4w Ksta'e of Jas. riy
    of Hughes.
    July
    Irm1'k't _trriticzneni. from their necessary
    :IIM tiif iiapp'mer-s an itig temporary: ____ Joseph R.E [Ryall, Zachins .
    render their yt approach the delects of f government, with "a pious Evans '
    j frt -don., crvcd only to subsequent! X'I'IUE RuretF SScaley.Viiuatn

    0) U A T 1 0 X |I bonds! mote pa Hint!: and severe.I awe and trembling .solicitude.: I It is the ;pri- the nrx*. January Term of Gndselci County -Frasure, VcriinlaG Shaw, Rac crick .

    . I Such ban been the fate of the republic? of an-i privilege -Mid! duty of every patriot and lover! AT Cuurfj the undersigned Administrator and Aurhimstraiux J i -Gray, Thomas Smith, A. evd.Smylie .
    of freedom the abuses of and I H Hairison '
    to Robert L. J. M.
    I Tino, in itsonv.nril Ci.nrse, )has tijiity: .1 iitJ of ino'st of the attempts at eimncipatiu i- expose power, of the estate of Francis A. Cash, dec'd, iLite ,
    ; Lfl iirrt-d From latl-ii ferret out from the hidden recesses, the cor- will their Vouchers and I Harley, Joshua W-WiIccz; John
    in tins nienijrahV 1 : Jiy.: Toe Ii iud ) I in modern I ifliCS. those repeated of said county, present
    :, rt f ;: ruptions of olHce. This will ever preserve integrity Accounts for settlement with said estate and tube J -Junes, S. F. 3 Wilkinson Richard 2
    1 j-y ] y arc no\v : inuinatiiii J naiious( Imviin, : tires to throw oil an oppression so revolting to our pray Jordiin! D. M. Wpozencri'ftVm.B..
    in the statesman, purity in the government, there froni. :
    j arc .M-jjt fmh in liarmonin'iis 1j-ains hv a nnr. nature: and establish: and maintain a republicanlorm discharged M MathewtDuncan VVilaon, Simuc.l B. &
    , ., >M ,, and freedom in the citizen. HARRIET A. JARRETT, Adm'x.ISAAC :
    innPf. A
    mighty v.uce n.v bounds' alofiai of government, the haughty aristocrat has Monroe, Thomas Warren, .Vases.-47
    ; et llii- A unity of feeling, a unity of interest, and a JARROTT.Adm'r.CXuincy .
    !aiij-.ristniids tliroujrii! I fie winding' declared thit: man was incapable of .self-govern* 15 Id35. 50GmsNOTICE Persons calling for the above letters will pleaie
    Ju'y ,
    of the that
    b-hi: ijiurnujK in district ccJuns on !the i-Htn- 1 I inont. And snme havt even hazarded the prophecy unity country, are only cements can say advertised. M. 11LUE, P. M.
    rt UI bind the several of a Republic in a firm and I !
    parts
    J kvIlhtI,1J, niuuiitains is 'borne onln that America will soon share the late of July 18 49-3w :

    t Ot-* hrcezt!'vanj 1alls i these ancient republics-that our splendid iusituiions ; indissoluble union. When these fail to have their IX weeks after date, I will apply to the Judge of
    luipressive ('ii ever ear.
    j iMaf' lll'b"ll'' ff spirit', Hint, hiivennsr our large and populous cities, and all the| desired effect, and there is no natural tie, no sacred the County Court of Jefferson county, for Letters NOTICEQJIX .

    '4 I:31en: arn5t's| ir'r0111 j its over our and wealth of refinement, will only serve !i ligament to bind the general compact, all the ex- of Administration upon all the Goods and Chattels weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon the

    , an1 i11" Repminji stipcfac1ifl pomp j ertions of the devoted patriot to sustain his sink Hiatus and Credits, which were of the estate of k3 Judge of the County Court of Leon County, .
    warns us of imiK-ndin ruin? monuments to tell that hero once flourished a j jdisliiJguislicd I ;
    Is
    it the as for Leitera of Administration the
    : rne Sjrjt country, will he like the efforts of impotent James Bmolcs, dec'd, let unadministered by Harris on Estate of Dun
    ; tilling us Ma* nLeand! nation. Because they have long i mg "
    McPiurson .
    > \ can deed.
    halircI :iu iiuadini; foe-to nnluii i the broad i since crunilli'd into ruin?, and been buried in the with and ? said lirouks. JAMES R. BROOKS. J. U. RANDOLPH. .

    - t4'our eouniry, and while it waves in free general! mausolmn of ages, it is by no means, n you govern a free people force arms Mirkdsooky July, 1S35. 50-Cw JulyJ V7tfBAROUCHES ,
    'IIS Would maintain a Republican Government
    m purcu a.r, to assert our rights and defend J natural consequence, that America will share the you
    '. ; FOR S..LE '
    :t flt! with the bayonets glare, the trumpets clangor; NOTICE.
    flourishes in different
    L'bl rt'alh'tour fate. Why? Because it a
    4 \u"t. as the guardian Angel j wn of ,America our native shoutinrCS !land: same and i is inhabited by a dhTcrcni peoj It.. and the roar ol artillery ? As well might you attempt AN Election for the Officers of the Chipola and St. flpHE undersigned have on hanc three seconel-

    ago to turn back the dark rolling waters of the Andrew's Bay Canal Company, will be held at handed BAROUCHES for sale, which he will sell
    of its it
    rlJ \! rtnBirh'Da.v and Greece could boast orators, ISis
    her
    l vtrnitg) happy Though Mississippi from the Gulf of Mexico, or like the the office of Allen Bush, Esq. in the Town of Alarinnna low for cash or approved paper.Marshal's .
    of
    Siiii? asseirible. flfltl mmcmorale the statesmen and its yet the greater part DAVID C. WILSON.
    d glorisoeS poets,
    Jackson on the first of November
    fabled of day
    giants antiquity, to pile mountains on county I :
    ? And 1 i thcre heart this were enveloped in the dark shades of llth 1S35. 48-3w
    a >n assembly population mountains, and scale the battlements of Heaven next,-of which, the Stockholders will take notice. July ,

    t u. so MllfUS and senseless to all the fine and ignorance and superstition, and consequently became : 1 with zeal that these A further payment of five ptr cent on each Share .- !
    fln trust a patriots measureswill : Sale.
    1i of its nature, that it does not rxul- an easy prey to each aspiring demagogue.Born be in this favored land is required to bs made on or before that day.

    tfl1y tCMlid! ln this welcomed invitation? Is in a land where Mara was the reigning divinity I- never adopted our By order of the Board of Directors.D. B virtue of ft writ of Fieri Fac ??, to me delivered .

    + 1 there (the hare' who does not fleh his bosom swrlL the ancient Greek was taught from his i But if they are, and glittering armies are sent to W. HORNE, Secretary. I shall expose at public lale, before the ,

    '. ith ti it minr1cd emotions of'pride and thankful! earliest infancy to use the implements of war, and force the several members of this Union into unwilling July22d. 1B35. 502msi. door of the Court House in the City of Tallahassee, : '

    when be obedience, and to reduce them into one on the first Saturday in September nett, all the right, ;
    _ rVfle"s, that "n this day he not passed the greater part of bis life on tented Held.A ) NOTICE
    s, iJy! has t consolidated mass, the cry of rebellion will resoundthrough title, claim, and interest f Thomas VI. Bradford, in j _

    -1 Cfltitjed ri.ilit (If' obeying) that summons, but neighboring province presented its ridtrea the remotest parts, and our country may IS hereby given, that the finn heretofore existing and to the following described Lotsto wit :-LotaNo. ,

    thiefi to all the ;)rvit.es: and immunities, sures and harvest-clad fields to his avarice. This well exclaim under the name and style of Arledge 4- Walts, is: 29, 30 and 176, Iving and being-n tbeorthAd.

    dtlV: ?nicati'' COnsistently| with l bi 8 happiness, can was conquered and another, and another, 'ti m this day dissolved by mutual consent. dition to the City of Tallahassee, levie J on as the pro .

    s II who CbU1a conierajjite a scene like grown rich and insolent by the spoils of war, he; i' Farewell, a long farewell to all my greatness, Monticello, Flo. July 12th, 1335. 50-4w perty of said Bradford, to satisfy a idgment in fa

    with 5 cold, and careless difference, has "no drank deep of the dulcet poison, that lurks underthe Thing not, ye worthy matrons, that you have .- your of Charles Pindar. Sale will ta te place within

    usic fl.ti SQul'" nor sympathy in his heart. It pams of luxury, and the charms of pleasure. no part assigned you to act in this grand drama Notice. the usual hours.

    l; SCene that- could gladden* ibe heart of'a P tri5Wh This ardent detire conquest, this unquenchable> The matrons of the revolution prepared the part DURING my absence Dr. Jas. H. Rondolph THO8. E8TON RANDOLPH, Marshal

    and p"lst' and one which even the thirst for martial glory, introduced into these republics ners of their woes, to meet, with success, the enenemies will act as my Agent and Attorney in fact. By A..A. FISHER, Dep. Mi; .rsttal. -

    iQ Qf despouc p wer could view only to ad- luxury with aJl its concomitant evils,which; of their country ; and many performed c j June 20th, 135. 45-Si7 WM. COPLAND, Tallahassee, Uth July, 1835. 43td .





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    t-J-a: EJ-L: : In Cfadtdcn Superior Court-May farm, :oTht f TO THE releCtfl1lY PUBLIC.inform tkc public I I S the months honorable after the date Jndgt, a jpiftalion of the will Lc nM

    .'. .. WE are authorised to announce SAMUEL H. Daniel Bird, Gompt \ SIX months from date \\e Will present our vouch THE subscribers prepared to execute contracts (he county of Gartsden, for Letters o" Coi $0?

    DUVAL, Esq as a cnndidate to represent vs. I and accounts ft r a settlement, and shall apply masnituSc.Ccilv arc row country in the Housr Car. I Ipcvnng th, estute of John P. N.ale', late

    f J 1 Leon County in the next Le is'ativc Council. Thomas Preston jr. | to the hon. County C' urt of Gadsden County for o.. any or workmanlike nwnn. r. anti W. D. IIARIt1SON :Jnty,

    _July4th 47'f' Wm. D. Jones, I: C"ANCERTThe Letters of Disrrission as Administrators of the estate business id their a nnrcmittee attention tl>y 'tutne June 1st, 1-135. t-Gm r.FO .
    Littleberry H. Jones i f 1N of Hezekiah Wilder, late of said County, deed. with despatch. By share of he 1niblie l PdI
    1 "BfHlTE arc authorised to ruinajmce ( apt. J1 IriEPlIV heirs of Edward I WM II. WILDER, Adm'r. hope to meet with a liberal business, wil!: RS

    r V MOORE, as a Candidate: to represent Leon Doyle, derd., and the | ANN BURNLEY, Adni'x. ronagc.-AIso the Carrie and alt work Cabinet i rr;,-. > el; i tnC 4 ILT riU: PIANO ORTO, aR
    'tl County in the next Legislative Council. be continued as heretofore
    heirs ofVmTlambly.lIT { May 30 42-Cm suinl- tavorsralcfullv J.
    I j June 27th, 1J3: ;. 46lf ____ appearing to the satisfaetio.i of the in the ne-itest and best manner The \Lw 42-tf
    NOTICE.
    1 TOir1'' nrc nnthoiiscd to announce \MES.. A. IL Court that the Defendants, Thomas acknowledged. a''rw -- -

    I V V BKRTHELOT, Eq.as Candidate to rcpre- Preston jr. and Wm. I). Jones, do not reside in this IX months from date, I will present my vouchers quincy, Jun 1 4t.8w WH.LSON ; Noticemv

    .. Lent Loon roivity in the next Legislative Councti.L Territory but reside in the Town of Columbus, Geo. K5 and accounts for a settlement, and shall apply Groceries. DCItINC absence
    of Edward to the hon. County Court Gadsden County for Let- : Fresh fnrn th
    heirs deed
    Jui > 27ih 1335. 4Ctf"KIKT'E and the residence of the Doyle
    : < _ _ _ T.rr ,
    of offers 1 i .rolin
    # of Fismissiou Administrator of the estate received and
    \ and the heirs of Win. Ilambly, is unknown: It is teis us The subscriber has just I i ( flJs fl II .l .'IuI
    ARTHUR
    t i are authorised to announce therefore motion of the Complainants Solicitor Richard Mashborn, late of said County, deed.TH Lp. t; .y ent 'tid Atr
    : CON candidate to Leon on 20 bbls. Irish Po atow, hi tce. )
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    V Esq. as a represent S GRAY, Adm'r..
    ordered that publication be made ieeably to the .IiIlic I) l :; .
    Flour i. iT ;-
    the Legislative Council. 40 do. s'ieriiic ,
    County in next statute in such case made and provided, and that said Quinry- May 30 42-fim( ) -
    Jun( c'h,13.4Gtf: 25 h.XCS 1'ierse,
    defendants appear and plead, answer, or demur, to RAIL HO)AD ELECTION. I 10 d'\ fa.-oteh Herring',

    TE are ixuihoriscd to announce EDWARD the complainants bill filed in this cause, on or before rOTIOE i ishneby eivcn to the Stockholders in 10 do. Candles, iier. Janii.iry-. ,: :

    t j WT CHANDLER, Esq. as a candidate to rcprc- the first day of the next Term of this Court, or the I'1 the Tnl! xh.i-.se r: Rail forth Company, that an 3D elo. Sperm Soap, S. : rif GtIs h.fl ( 'itttfl .. 'Inhl, ,

    f *cnt Leon county in the next Legislative Council. same will be taken pro ci
    r June 27,1833 4Gtf A true copy. Capitol, t>n tturday the 27ihif July m-xt, for Sc en1)irector : 20 ko s Lnrd, pn-scr.t his Vvmmt nd \ ,,, r |hiet. f V

    We authorise to announce Attest, J. K. HARRIS, Cleik. toe rye for the cu .n'ligycor.Ly ; 10 elo. Goshen Butter, said esu.e.and I ,,,. v to s e .I ,-hM .r,, fr'c W|*
    are May 21 4I-4m order uf t tl.e PiiMdcin, J \MK* 1.
    ; i l..OO; Ibs. New Orleans Surrxr.Vith "ILC'IUI- A .
    OEO. n DENNIS. E. ns a candidate 10 represent James Thurniord, i JUNK lUtli, I E33. S CHAR LES AUSTIN, Secretary. \ an assortment of oilier Groceries ft-r cae at .' (t*:ttli1e'n c.nin'v To ir 1 .V i. H ; > r>.R" (I fl1 *

    Leon County m the next 1 Uuvc Council. vs. > Attachment.J. juite 6112, I 33. t:; I. the lowest cash prices. 1 I 1G i : 'I'IT

    : _March H -::l.c _ _ W. D.iy, N 11. A. PIKRSOX GEORGE II LlNnilXBEROKR. f T r-: ,.. ,-i:I f ,( I ,
    SCPEKIOR COURT. Defendant and Ml others 1S3.V i. tf sIIOtT.t-I wilT1 .
    4 Minntr. 1).inicr.-G.tPuI.N Tallahassee 31 Lt. January > j .
    THE :111.1 hirr
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    fiat id (;. In Tic-passontlipcase upon are hereby notified SaiaU>ClFlJimJJlltlL'! triij hi
    Rcnry his acknowl-
    subs-ribcr returns '
    N. The sui'-rre '
    1 B. 'Vrti. I I ni & I .. I) ,, l.t :% ,. .
    IF. 1k rriso.'. ..remises.uinmons. that Atnrhment has been siud out of ihia office \nd the $r
    Ceo %f I j I informs Ins Iren-i- C(1'htiC7ltS for the very C.Xlefl'.IVC patr-ma: he hu wiltiriUiM.it i wh-.les.N I '
    trading $-c ai '- ad re :pond ndurnitwl of the Clerk of Gadsden County Court, (nit ) and K-i'KCTKULLY, Mi it he his iu-t received pr. received, and pledges hiifls> Mfrhat noil,in:; '>u f>j> part, add'liori I' .t n vt of transit ?i f.-M.rynnc./"IV'd- | !
    Jfaticon /? .* $ hub : hc Dcfnidant and nil )ihns intel csttI, aie hereby of GcoiL .rLr ti'>n 'Hits- *
    t ( : /, >i u. .V ni. P. S.viiii, a c unplttt assortment shall be wanting toplra e the potpie g rt.ei-iI. he warranted-sh.m'd' I ll.ty I. tK fr flm'TV"11to
    AULLC'IICflt for S31 required it. and plotd to t the derhrxtion filed m :i
    -vs. appear suitable ttr the vc.is.m.
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    /o'm Ii : *, I Ju"t 19.1-V -rt it rnizWc ..Vo- in the ease. FERGUSON, Am tnj piesont! them an'he f.tllo'.vii'g: _ _ _ -_- ih1.1 : __ Thc h Ri!, ti r-ipor, ties i will? I b. ,-xrJun-fl fr.,,! ;r:"m

    J rr's'nr 7Yw, lf35TE ..Tun.1.1 I 4 Mm \tl'v. fr PlnintiiT. 1 Piece Supeiior Blue. Broadcloth, Expected per Some rut from Cliarhstoit, ; > anivnv >numfele. for this m .1-. 7
    will tie icr-j'. eti -h-.rrlv. (
    JI'O:: I \MM\-
    I defendant and all others intended, air hrre- NEW YORK 1 do. Lie, P lk. di. i; ttrt April I nth_I IStl. 3fi.fim; i. XN'xo

    i notified of the institution of I lie said suit, and 1 do* do. Brown C.snnaiinA! iir&t 4 I 10 bur"'s' tf ii.rar, ---- -- --

    .si ot iho Issuing of said Attarlmi.Mit, and to appcir and ('F,eqi Wholesale Clot!.izi Warehouse.JH rate article for Mimincr rtjs. I I I-Q casks Cii.imt'ainrie BianJy; T I IE ------s-'

    t plead to the declaration filed in vud cav\ according r I subseribci his: nnlnnd, fresh m
    ::1 to the Hiatfitc in such oasc mule and provided. an extensive and complete stork if Ch thin t'o. do. lilk. Bombarm, VI I iiairels prune I li-ittlcd A Ic. and .t._ tat-of C. pt. Th 1q. tWI'cs i .th

    Dated June 1'J, 163a. thai will compile, in style ami puce, with any establishment 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, 2 tin eases Sardines.T' I I'r of J Ti-rson( County. \\ i I ', i'itl| ( '

    I J. D. WESTCOTT, Jr. ) in the country As this is one ot the (t'drSt 1 do. do. SntPii Parr Violins; t t f>.'I.'rsrt will return to CharVston! immcdiately' nit-iits cit tlu ...rue to the nI! .ciht-r IlT attPstcrl t.

    y. June 27Lh. I'-l. 4G-4m An'y. CorP Pl'ifI. of the hrge establishments' in the City, the subscriber 2 do. Bui7 and White M t, dies Visting*, I i' i.i: '. :--.t < r j passage, an dy! '" rants J'sij A't'y. at I.m.: ;n ii 3 F ir. n

    _.r- NOTICE.ALL has been aulc, (toni ions: -e-xpeuencc, to make trencral 2 do. (Id). -ilk! P. -hf& llt. fd. S W. C. M1LLCK: St. \'..uks.V. the snel l.st:>ie'art-h< ev' jr:
    .t ito i-
    the Es- I improvements in the quihty ami sizes of hU qoods. 2 do. di). PI.nd < iav i's-, ta. \? '-, HJ'i.: lltf thfstib cii'/cr. J II \ \jii.i T "
    d'-m ads against I !ri '
    ncr.ns hiving ary i The artii-los will a1! be sold at a small advance, or the 1 do. do. Dik. Hiik du. 'IIbtr
    iteM.f ('i:]Hin IMwa\U d.d.t are hereby notified most liberal terms. ;-iziht. S./iT Court the of Leon ( t.ifje'l:
    the And sundry other arMelii, .su *h is (1!ur>i Rh.ii.- >r for Counli/ -

    ti' present their ,-lnms duly .vi.her-neatf t 'd I witin ill I F J. CON A NT, SuspendersVhit and IJ!.v'H I .ur-'lo' !| Stoek.Ii JIM. Diet rfrhrida, Jlprii 3U//J, 1J3. __ .____
    time r< quiri' l lV 1 l'v, t he untiersirnod, or they w No. 1 S Pcail-st. stairs ( stairs) New Ymk .. ANL) !
    up up tt-ii Linon CJlovi"-, LIIn Collu-s.: White 'ctimi t Siiul: I I ....,. r---: "
    he forevci bailed .. : ElVATP. May .10 *1'2 Svv.TOJ.lrE and R.nrJ. .. I IIif I I H..<-s, ti" Ve. All ordc H will l Inhankfnllv f' d'. I ,,,.. .... .',> I or. 3. 1'. 1'i. rns, 'o j !( .
    .1uIJ .
    tL( .F1t leecivtd jr.d i-U'irtinlly f-ndtd in. LI, SiLl, 'a b. t'r sevretl years has tt his
    f'UL KOWARDri % AT ST. M AUKS.T1 J P.u'.v, i ffltj
    I t niitt jail, Tf I ct ',f 'av ,.
    I 41.-S'v IE i snWiilin- rented that largand cominodioi May 30 .1T1i: 1 ___ .Mi', '. V.r, I ia-, > I:: CiAcr.rty..u.l ic r il'rcttf,
    Juii ?7 _ _ uin:: I ( : rcd, by .1 'c.t .
    Wan-house formeify oecupifd I byJud I !t I.e. I. 1liIi I be..is ut ttviiniu atal vn
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    & Shipping of Citton.K .tai,. A'h cttt-i 51 'r.cl
    2f e ("r-iii takos tins eipportumty ni' informing! hi.friend .-. & : III tti i gs t'i'i1'- n-uirij.Ios. r.n.h'f', 1 '"
    US will Mid Storms and md thxt all odtornl ,: iletnani Ai1 ft, II.l Ci!. { ? :;iri; te
    I : 1 .V TUUG att to : -; the public generally, '' hIaIiil \!. > :. Stf.niailu.-p. p I ,; .
    : ill also .uUanccon vvuh hi shil ln\c Ins stiicu attention t and i illu l Ivan LIUS-. : wi' .
    ,',iiii: Coi'on- they \\ i, ; [ t I : hI% .1 .ti- nt I 1t'u a' ..
    : ; ;
    I Cotton ntinsn'il to their canfor shipment to any i'ders! will he altcndtd to wih,: piomptnc ail <''cspatoh KgTII': i !-! f-Jubpr n. n.ardfd ii; this : : eii.- hhcrf ;

    maikot in the 1'uited S .ti.s or theuhrrc ; and will ED'VLN. UORSliYII i.:. easet, ir I having lif-un rvrruv.i :I ii t! a c i.j.L _, .. ,' ;,
    SLJr il' .ri. 'eti tl D.n t I .,i-s. .ieiii! [II. Pntcr ailJ! hn V'Ma.iic h 9 ii'r'i
    purchase at ( ithr r their *ls in T.iilal.isee; or t.Tiiivsriuii'.s ____ _1bril IS ;-i t : : Pr !hie ',w' (' iii': :. -' r ir. r ., -
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    YJaik. 6 and it apr riig ti i ti. ttt ta"ioi d !tie .
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    7' IwI..Y 7) 1 f77 fI .
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    ;i C that they luh'tbitants nf this Ut .-'
    1s' tji.'l F I. % ( i ut aic nol >r.i ?
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    : : : NOTICE. O Thionp. Engiartr; of Ba nk Ne>t .s, Maps. .])[CICIZW1I E Tailor .>iu !iive MI tho ilmud State's, tinIM'' J.-it; 1 H. t'a-kf t iii .IofT. $: .v. ; t g-: v ..

    TiiMrruMrti firncr., S Portraits; Heads of liills. Ba--int.ss rind Visiting I th.- \\rcit..rIt t fi -tii'-l of this TV.rt. iy, : m! tl.e sat t I plin1-. : T. v'I

    Tvii \ >. c, M.irrli *ih, lBY C'.irds Dipluir-as. Ni.taiial and Society Seats, JohnV.! ).iassic m the St.tte e.f %'1rt.t, i: If u- 01iio. iii.ii4t, ttt'. -ntt. ..-r' ab,7 v ;c ,

    n u.n pasf.1 21st. ;{.i\i mi't r, 1-5-20, it is proS Door Plates, and all Kinds Masonic En ;r.xvinr! ; t.x <-tj tint the Slid I nt-tVn.Liutfci'.o appf.T} and :sn-\.r ii itntip ; ttr : t Sp. ,
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    M-li.l i th.it :all EiMid-ovro it' d liy Aurtionci isr.hall edited in a Mipciieir ni.inne'r Jsp< eprens may be in n.it F.tLIAMEE, 1 LOKI1' A. the 'fl11)iIifltt1t.: bill ae'ordir.g tn i tt.v_ And that a tIitC;', Vf. s4 .rhrr I';

    Infoi warded by ili<* Jud :<- < jlie'Cu'inty ( OiIFt Mr. Wilj>niis Ift.L Store, whcic eidicra may be left. pv nf this ort..r !I. toithwith :.i.tcil 'l I .ii UuI'liu[ thijtSt, .rs a. iv .
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    : to thc 1i-e.uier of th< T rriiorv of Fliritl i; an' tint 1ahIilht.S.elareli I IDth 1 IN' ',. di.xn t f'it r three ni>i&1.ItS s'ir. r ,' tv ?v.Siznutj I C 'lp .. -

    i:t zl Anctione'r slinllquarLoilv in i-a-h ye.r ianifii- :"t tTij: Sir and 01 name nlal painting cxccu'cd as a- [ I '!' 1IDS. R\M>ALL, JuJji; :. 'If t! -.. '--ur' ot v i.-b ,i r .

    ron tlif 1st of Janiuii-v i i traii i nnt to she Tmsnurunder : ln ve. Tcsr, J. S. Lrcx, C'cik. t i.Lta iii t : .tIp11p'Z;. r r ; _,. i. .
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    ' nlesffiVclcdby him, v.nhtho amount aid: at ul-.at COTTON GINS. rurrv.. .
    .4t lb I .
    t n v.i iltni' .
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    lime and jtlarc, atidf .r wh'mi the simo ws inad sdli'ciil'Ct' his received on Agency fiom in .iirt iiI .1b5'
    t THE l
    How. all A tiel j1l (ers! are nqitned to tak' nonce o*" >ISnb-isoikKclh-y, KUCCOSMUS tn Cainhell T the n.-\l t<:rm i.f I.c'ti <". ':nfv >: uf, ns idrm. I i iiijt. 1-i urh.r e s in 'e k.

    I Said law, and conform to i'!, m suits* upon ;d.eir 1J nidhjuu CJla.efor l the sale ()COTTON GINS, onsti ucredalur 5 iiiiis.rati r on the Estate t,1 !_ .,r.'., ] ) wi'y, II l j HIM i-ilr'-.ju tIt- throa* ri e.t., -l r :tn,1JM.II flIII

    !t I >t be -iiiutcd. J iiigc.: f t ho County Coitus nreTeqiKSttd I the plan 'ithrr t'f Bo tv.iglit i or Campbell L k hall I j-'. stnt 'i *v tcCOt1Llt and vmtrli. is !> ..tiff-T t 1 .' ut I hr. &r. ri 'h Jc

    without *lelav. to j'.Ji.ird, piopi'ily certified Glare, anel will Lc ;'ri anteti eif i he best qi> tiny either r J. 'S. \V. KI.I IX.Jinuirv Til'-! tV.. ntu'iP:, Ind rr. rrnifr atftj0

    ti fln-1 approved, the B >:iisof l An I i 'in"r-' intluir p s&Mon. i of t iron ,
    iv'r, :n s tirt, -i m > a'' froi .
    & CHAhLns APSTIN. will l.o received in 1 th1'oi iiith of A ngutt, or early inw IIIt1CTIlNS.I -

    [:31 i if] TreaMuor .f tin* 'l'ei nitoiy of 1-Monda < pte-mbtr IK xt, and wiil be s'ld on accommodating The Height indispensable tO WAND'S I : Iulttiiifl, .t ; y. ucr. "- ', ::,- ,:lte,Ltj.ts. .
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    ::4 uc, srx, : n>; cs nrti !i, r> .nr
    I. Round the ciie-st; und-.i
    ; coat.
    u mi-:
    ; t "Merchant T jj:; O I \ Pr jar/'.1 hy J P. PfTl'.RS.j M.! f> ?7.IH'fit
    All oulrrs will be thinlvf'illy ceivc-I and punctually z. i/o. Waist. 'FONIC ?i11X'1'tJR1. luv.ttur an'i .-lt- 'rq-_
    Thr'e donr n.. 'l' of tie> I'lnnttrtJ.I. tiotvl. .itti-iukil tn JAMES McMULLIN. 3. From ba k-searn to elbow and knucizlc joint. prsa.rt

    1. BIRGE, espect fully inloim the public thsttIK Tall.ilrisscc, \pril IRi'i.' 181:.. 3G4msJACKSONVILLE. 1. ;Renind: the thigh. A FI'LL supply of this valuable medicine is juvm. i / ..':i't \i u cr' V rrir < -rpi i" ,t ? ui.!

    has just receiv< d a !; -iioial supply e>f oodscuu 5. Fiom the hip-joint to tl.e and*'. .1 .reecivcd. i shall hereafter have u constantly on bi5.-* d I
    It i :title to every bram h eif It':4': j Tifrsxion, on istii.t'in I IL FAI1'O Ry the' above scale of inurement gentlemen at a | h.xad.Ii :- 't-nttbcs-rii.dii: it., ; lrr ::1.'r,

    part ol BlneBhch.Ii! %:4 d, UH 11', 1 Inviiibh, Oic 'iiTraKi Tho[ public nre informed, distance) iniv btiiaMtd: t'> t f ruard tl.ftir: measuie isw\r.R\STno TO r.n A TAKE ANU itrprrCAi.ncMF.in ; : hthiCf.I tositi -ft the- 1i. -K ..f t.: i .

    I ) neck Green, and Uiov u Br Aaur., IF TAKLS AnFiA.L. fl.ojit Dr. Jamii Thee.", .7 ./i>, o /Af Jf iott Uojc'

    t Ti al,' Lave ud'r and Ti-a nloure-il C isimoie't, Vest* that a regular Line of Sta- ro THE DinirCTio.\-5. Rtpoits hiaviii4 he.cn ruvulaud! JOT, o f--nnt.'y [ sirUf.

    kc*f: !:'91-: .tMl of \.i--h will l I'e made to oi ilei.. Lade- ----_--_- -. --.-_-S ges has been o. tublishetljinnsrs PI..1 ,. in- that this mixture contains arsenic, I am tltcrtt-tI l.\ $, .( l) ? ) T' 31.To .

    r; L xii in Uic&'if s and elo tit> made in the iiot r.tiii HIIOJIC6lvl t tIL % Ct I ;. tnit .Ta'1s.tuville iaS > Wi fuii" .. "y .rispeclfully, .I ih .1itp- the Pjuprietur to sty that thttt n-pou. arutttii j'uht wzenz it !, his ii i- tr r"fr, cf itit
    I hioe ol'uiN | r Jtf'I
    I. .. I- I -..nil I am also utitlnjsfl to <>fur.t K'lranl of I lo.flnO. I .- !
    j / -s- nc tt tneialjy, t tli.it. n<: uill i COOLI talc the T.iiloim Husi- I cit. P..tCVStI.Irni
    In nies.flhjfl Inn-vlf to the public he simply -tats inland arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday fiom Dollars 'o any one \\ no w ill prove the eustn cif .'tonucIicr it in
    ness.on hii i own areoynf, i in all!1 i its v :trioui hr.uiciit J at I1.pteir a in t.H 1f Vt ry Jsnt
    sh 411 hu vh without toe eiitirrsuifirti whence tr.x\clli to the Noittivvill tind read y ct I- ? flie !e\->t pc-riicle of Arsenic, Miri'ury, Antimony, .. .
    :, tiiti T o 'V.i'k 1- iti ip rs I the old e:>tal lHied st md formeily occupiii' I by the in Lt I--a tT I i..n. 't !:,t, rt in l:
    : MI of th% 'nvmr, aud wmrants his euttmqvnt cyit'e to St. Aiiirn-nnc by S' 51g'c, and to Sa\an"Vi rres sr';. IJ. B J. B. Bull!, on M .;iro< stre-, adji.n.- <>ri: iy: I'tLer' ):-tious rrc'iciu la it. I vitIa s, vt at .::i't-vii t1C tflt TiVnl:: '.fti.c ; cir
    New Vork. He will ueverv < by the Steamboat. Fanthrc cad.! wv ij 2j f UI Ii: o..cr to pit-vi-ut I i .ipojiti.m from couut rf.-i'g, iop'ivmj itaili .
    to Plnlidfljilii.i eir I ug; the \\ atcht-ni tkiii establiiim--nt! of FrickTovvle j I -iin ? > \v ere t.uly tiM( ii w-r | }have nV ;lCIiialit

    fiidi-avor top'ei'c every one that piiioniseshim. J.in.23tlSJ-. |2ifl JAS M.HARRIS. Esq, where he kill continue vt keep en 'nndj except auihoii ,L'l agents \\ ill\\ [Lie furni-luil i lv V .n in tUruiiit: ; it tti*> :nir> v.kid.bprCF2ra'QIl! !
    l. 'tiiI I h1ik i a. rcs.dent ot TalJa'.assc tbf Proput} l uv ilii the in. t; lie to sell again. I amsui I. t fur tIn .i'di-T ai'm ,. '.
    as ;permanent j a choice as-.u-tmeir of F i->!iioi aili-! .nd 'rasrrtatie > V :M.. t: r'.u! (h MS evu-r wvu;.
    ) its he asks the New Book Store. I !'; a/fiit for )hid ilc F.mr.! and a.n as!>u-ed !> M.Ro.vand I I
    -!, id *niiifd siil.ly wuli micrc l, sup- I Goons of tie! latest imnoiu.tons i : i>fv. uf h !he \.il'.fir- y MI my kuostt! J-j-,-. .T.U\, {> FWEI.1.T.ti.: ,
    th:U (c> r .: :x ai.ial. Lit saLt! t.i Mr. IlftIt.not : .
    | )
    -
    pert ot 1F< tenplc.M. P SHITE subsciibcr has received and will immc- ni-h clot the oid- Wllkt -. ( .
    | lung lo
    '
    open o'i'c \\ i.\v po .1" to ( iT .In. 33.
    I .t sitii.c bnttli-1 I5: b'euir will! I In ,, .
    s nf .tid! (bc
    t n-u < r
    : .. n > :
    L diat door South of \1ani-.st're) fivour him with then .. tfjf Ti'! dit' iziut. ln\tr ,
    : < ly, (next i. pm 'U-JTO at 'lorf nric-t l h 11. to v. :ni .\i!ii:'dlc Flouda it ; tat I fit'>ny LI 'hr I) IL til; ;
    L NovBotlcs an assortment of BOOKS and STATIONARY, and would i.tib' in t the i ni-st e'.nl.i'! \ ,J f-itl.in-uil.ii-I -. .ctard If .irienic any hat j prr been tHrOLrLi i.\-ipt to icc : I IrlVaey; i.f Dr. i'etrr's \Je-Jf- aSt.>,n.-hiia-
    i-i cn ; ca'.lf'
    > irue
    i l>c glad to bundy; his friend and t he eomi.iuniiy m on I le onnblc Un: j'.J1' Libe. a! d tiitctini.-;11 i.e Riic it / j tMNain: thr nut-of I y'r-p'1 i rind Liv r f Vrnph. :
    ni' : bi ,
    of Fri.7k .'- : hills L.rr t-t in si.e t'te ie-
    I U'T' re dyed, ThoCnval orb .iiginia, general; vvitli 'ny nrti< ki ill Lis hi' n ih m. st re.sniiable .'- I- .1'.1.e' on ail I "rdtrs fr c is!,, <,r nrompt f.. :vi-rr.t., I'lic All oj p'o '< [ i. 'tn ; rs, >u.il i.\p. | ini' e'. WI. <7. JOIJN O'.
    lui.Liii. t'nTefuc. !,
    : s ; PampKin.' The Coquet. \ Winter in the ieiiv.. Althou.h his ass i.taicr.t. 1'. not y< a ili' rib-T r.u'i! te 'nil hi. ] i-etc tl.anks f rpTet fa- I Tmr'c Mijctiiff pei-.ei.-5-.! i-ld .vi > w :sIt! tlu- if.'iia'-fc t r. 1's \hic1.ii; : .: .. i hi 1ut

    L. West, Ml-n Picscott. SharpsIiters, Eenuic: vt'rvcr iii'ial.he i-xjircts, to mal.:. it Sti by cJipmtntre.i -> !- .t ., aL.d !..,pe Stth! :iy 1js ,s..ij.lj: ar.i.eaenijn.! j I ibilvJ'i : -i be ca" .tibi.t'u ni ttrtvthti't I.MI- t I m p.iiri.U vvi {Ii full: d!i-'t-t u.z > fur t*mo..e
    auda varevf f Misoelaneou! and SchoolThe if .My > invirv b., I --
    4 C laricten, > >H made, an'1 l nthcra to l IH'made by tii1f.it vcastl I to ii.c m .u.d i< ci lye .1 "co M> *Iiaic of 1arunac..i i-M Jliy ii. Ti tfnr.1 > pviret N vv I ii!i Fjc :: -rts...ry toe -:iht.[ [ tea tI'ht -1::.

    I.-L-S-O -. fmsn: the ? orth. I T/i.li, ,r23 h \-t_ IMj. ",7-1 I E!: Br-PF.RKlX-3 .so!, A ;ciu tot Aluidlc I'U-nda. ptu e i. > 5 a [urn I.
    Souvenir for 1S3. Thc T4'n! and Nov -Mil
    1c1ii'U' fie h ti iNo the Christian lrnick: pu'h! cx- t i-.f. A grit quantity| eif the .IT. VC reiy vnFi'iWf! prc.rati [>
    \V1.WILSON.NOTICE. 'X n.'n.iir .ef'cr il I ----
    sli!'t'.l -.nit
    Souvenir for I tr, te %'i (,iir a.:
    for Fle nd.rtu.hld for the I'tedi.'nanti <>1 1T.ill L i h.
    pr.sly n w : en; rant Lv on ItanJE.
    : tIi 1tfI K/ e. t- and Vo1 el-. !: cf tln
    atch % xd-.i-; r5'nte! oJi.h. -
    I ih. ste, rIhatUrtifl2 i ln/i, IIT>"- r MI rehii-'ti I B. 11tFlNS, '1' ,
    --- | i .. L.' v ''e-. .' "th, to ihHo"I I :C-iunty fj 'hurtt
    to tltcTrutoiy, wh h ht ofTois ibi sale erl.er iiy tiiiov3 U'ho isniiihurtM i d t'Mij pOjt- nt tht in f itlirltr wb"-*
    j t f ii tl.c (bounty ('fI.e ,n, a ed C.plv' fir idi.-i itrre.
    ,; I li-'. sulipriibrr rc'mns hi tLanksto the public .; d'i.f-n. .M ui"t copy.Dfci | sale eiriei'uf I on as reasonnl-fe '. rtis .i> tFnvcaR''*:

    1 iT ll<- lib<-ral cnonara mcnt he has rt:< eu'id i:;. IM'.J t- 'f J'tS. S. LINN. J\( J. LINT'' 11, ) ,.xeeuturs. obtained e>f tin piopnet'r. A N hy

    1I since IK has been in this plart and solicits a om'nmAnccof .1111t1Utk M r.h21 I ,t I a '. WM. i .! :> Tii". Ha. I loci's. HOLMF & 't ii i ttM', ('.imtpl'tto! ,fc

    tu ir patr-MUzc.: Jn t reec \edpcrschr.. Oi !ti, ikJI ///, -G.ti. A1-. U.\L-I.r.T. DMTir' r. \

    t.' .. direct fiom N 'w Voil a srcpo-.d as-ortmrut of \V i< !- Union Bank ;)1 f Florida.T Jos_ l'i I E fl.EY PETE1S.Thit' .

    len, SuT1": amj Fancy GOODS, SI:oes, I fat; liolluwp folioxv I ir !; are few .unoni: the many p r n.sthi'lnv
    I
    \vflr", Cutieiy, and Iron-monp, Croi-kery, 6-c. consiitin T a ,'ictinz: of the} Hoard of I hireetors of the In rn either PHI.rely cured or srreitly; I oAfi''iivvuhin

    :
    I drnb and qrcy iouhe! nulled Ca.si'-inicrfS; C.xssincts i it.ij I Ht'ii-v m t the Ci i y 4.f Tallahas--p I on he liJ.hIV i;: Mnltiiajj I Stomte'Iueaj t-t Ilej:c-.tica; vvitla:: ti*

    and Sattinets; English, French and Ameumn Prints nary, lt, th follow ing Rcsoli.tion v.as ali>| I'IcEA.I) ii: and late uf(ieorjjia.

    black Lustt inland Fwncy Sill.s and Silk Shawls, to tc-1 in Frederick county. Md. by C I llerdtoncoiuerncil Mrs.bner Flicks, Vv"iki.son.'If.! .

    r dc Nap, kc.; Jckonet, JSwibb and Mull Micshns ; Res')1t'That, cnc'i nnd s very Si(II< !c hoMrr I in the I n tile Patent with 1)r Judkins."The Mis. (_ at. Janiev Willis, .

    3: 4, an.I 5- 1 brown Domestic, of a si'puuirqu:ilily ; Unieiti Bank oi" Fbi ida be-, and c Leie'.y' c'mstituted above Ointment is oilercd to the public -is a ( ol ft vv*i j. !'. lloiin;, tt).

    Cotton Having and Negro CltUha: jr
    men of Shoes; a variety of CiocKeiyVrnie, I HollowWare fur thu pit rh sc of ear-3irI ;: m n c :e. t h.- provisions;' SOUK of vvhi'-h have so long hauled the skill of medicalt A'fen, l HV.}. da.Mor .

    -. Cutlciy, Hats, fee. Alv), I'ojjnao P.iaudy, of the 3I5d Sec. ol its Charter, wlu-h Section isin 9cie'ce. Cut. mba AV. P.$rtcr, nR.

    Holhnd Gin ; S'cily' sherry, I'ortand Cl iret Wines ; :ff :_ i: tie! 4.'-e word' to vvil-- I \\'hite Swellinc-iof every description.d Santord f'fiippinn, Ec1 Jimes.TO .
    with other tl mteilinus mention. Pur- Sec. .::{. Beithuther I enacted That in all Alrtundcr Irvm : :.
    : many ail .s t to FULL of Landreths' inI Sure Legs and If leers of long standing.Hd I'-q \asLiflgtl
    are invited to call and examine: for themselves. A supply superior garden, I ctr.nces; vv.uch ...ivc-. snail be Illul lagd m -irtui; Schirrusor (Ilandular Tumours paiticularl C'.d.Gro. G '.tath's.
    ..L .htcih and flower s ecds received and }
    Al.EX'U.[ FOHMY DUVAL. > just warrcntcd ol this act, the }-essiun thnrt-ot shall be and! remain tho- hardened tumour in women's breasts whichoften arch K'. l fv. ::5H'f i -
    fresh by 1.i:. B. PE1K1NS. ---
    'hassee. rv. 4 18.Vt.: : f3if| | ; with th* moiuager, any law to the times -----
    ....i : March 1st, 1835. 30tf notu'ithstahdin until the contrary t teiminate in ulcerated eanef r THi ASTHMATIC% AffSl cocill'Tt1 E.

    ST ..):iAGE STORAGE! STORAGE contained said by rove-nan or covenants 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name'o II I': most prevd-'nt and fit; I of all [)i'eaS
    in niurtjrasf, it shall be lawful fox the Catarrhs
    addition his old FRESfl DRUGS, WINES said Banlt scrthe of every description. JL eK'nt to civ iJized society-tl >* (' )n ....
    :IS to ware-house the to same. And if as any time the Gt-h Rheumatic Paius of thujoints.Gt .I Ji r*'
    cf or'
    generally > traced t the ica-.t M.irmiuz
    e *
    0 Pitiident of said Bank
    Instruments :
    Surgical $ 'it. i-reli-ed
    c. any Agent
    LIer1bcr11tsrecciIl1yerccted build Urnisesof
    .,-4 a spacious theieof shall make oath Sprains and every dcscr-ption or in I slIght bitt ,ieirlectil Coitl. By itjttl.itiOfl itI
    rig WU iy feet, forreccivinirrottonand goods.TIMOTHYM'CARTY.. hAVE before any Judge ol the WhateVer pait.situate.7tii I anru :*
    I just received a full supply eil freshDruov County Com t, or Justice of the Peace- that he that one huiidreit niiaf lilly thoa-a per-on-JeJi{
    Medicines and Chemicals. Pure belies' es that the said intends, verily Tetters of all kinds. In thiscompla'irt, the pitient I ly c the conuniptiuxt. Most of thicie i.rea-lful re-u
    8t. Marks. Irml.er 27th 1 31. monifa-jcr removing ir.
    ; ; PORT, MJDEIRJ & MUtiCJTLLLE M7AT, or K ai-ont to remove, or ha>. commenced to remove?, out of, water'8tli applying the Ointment mast keep the part may be atribut-d! to common :ol'f! and. ,r.esi2; ensnc' |

    I 'LVrritory of l I lorida.In in bottles, imported specially for the ii.se of the the said slave, or slavesb, yoi-d th reach of the Chilblains, or nllectecJ frost. treatment of the 'irrasinir COugh li that neraliy *
    laws of this Territory in vi.-htion parts by -which is usually foIJfiveJ;! by d.Hcult! *>Teitiu t-P
    the (Jail\dtn Superior Court. eiek.Veigand &, Snowlen's superior AMPUTATING of his covenant Ita also one of the best remedies for Barns \ wlect ana
    Hardv B '" Croum with (he Bank, it shall and be lawful and in the side, and at last I'lcerated Lut-s. '
    for
    om, Bryan TREPUIMNG OBSTETRICAL EVE may said
    DISSECTiNej ScatJd It the
    eases pain and draws the lire out in .uriotse'
    I
    ? rind J f. s Mills, Complainants.vs and POCKT.T INSTRUMENTS, in cases. Jiue Justice to ts-ue an Aua. hmcntajjainst such shor< time. a repeated Asthmatic attacks. aUo ring.ou J-J '.ni I r
    d ttars* .i.c'
    i' slave or slaves, directed to .Marshal symptoms. One or two
    IV CIUXCF.RT. STOMACH PUMPS nnd PIPES Silver any rorrmaud- FAr Inflamed Women's Breasts
    Lancets and and Chndular.
    him seize and chase fDUMFRIES
    to take
    ing such
    John Pha} JaV.. Exnm slave or slaves and
    an, ,
    Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes &c. Swellings, it is superior to rr dieine known
    any to
    jet
    make return then of to :hc next Court PILKThe
    and Jeis -jh Ru Defendants j jIt An of DRIED HERBS from having compcten the medical faculty It is much safer than meicunal REMEDY FOR THE
    assortment the
    rpprarins to the vitisf: iction of the Court jurisdiction, in the -ame way as is piovnled of reconnnen'J (vvluc
    of that material leave to
    any prepartipn ,) because ildoe proprietor begs .
    that I film Pl.ajjan K-sidcsout of this Territory, and Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, by the general law of Aita'-lunent : Piovulcd, moie- not lay the patient liable to uijcry front to does with the fulle-t contidence) cm-of the most v ?{

    hat James AT. Ecuin and Joseph Rnsslivcoutof Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Ma jo rant, Savory, over, hat in any ca--e of ItIortgaes em a slave or cold. expose able: remedies known fat this tronble-ome and pi-

    District, but iu the County Jackson in the Western Thyme, Cellcry, &c. slaves, by virtue of this net, the mci case of such slave This Ointment has cured sores of stand complaint. itiw Ut going into di tad he *" "
    District Cat Florida. LIML JUICE or sla\es shall be subject to the same lien created by many years tiit*> BD|
    and LEMON SVRCP. 10.
    said ing.- Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the nough to say. he has in his poes3ttJtt

    ; It is, therefore, ordered that unless said defendants SPICES of every kind-(Jenuine INDIA CCRRV. March mortgage.1 h external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming doubted teslimoniaU that it hi- nore ceimpletel, '
    riWatche.s ?
    do appear and ,ms\vvr the complainants bill herein English French, and Prentis's Soaps; and) Per eariL.ua or rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries" svvered the purpo-efor which it is intended, '

    on or bi fore the fi.-st Monday "f September next th.it iiiCrasethje ol the other medicine .
    k fumery. Mn Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- ; Jewelry &c.c quantity discharge, remove the of popular ifcc?;
    the same will be taken yro confcsso against ihcm, and nard & Noye'a celebrated INK and INK POWDER funsive unell, and ease the pain. This remedy is perfectly innoce it in its %
    it is further ordered that a of this order be fWHE: subseti'jcr' has It the Felons all and 's. I'0" "'rp
    l copy published THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS &c. just rcffl. cures worst or Whitlow* on an application to conditions ages se\ cj[
    y in sune ncwspiper printed zitTallnliassee! once ecivcd an additional MUI- of 48 hours.1keutnathitns description of the complaint, Ac. accompany i

    a wee-k for four month? succcs .vely, which i is ordered K. B. PERKINS. ._ -ii ply ofVATC IIES, JiU LLKY) SILER which have stood so long as to become packet, which con.ii>t' nltwo bexes. intfe"! eElectuary.

    according. THOS. RANDALL, Jud e Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] #t. SPOONS, &.c. which he oflerj a systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken inwardly Price, 1 for the whole, or t>U

    \pril Ill* S.-t.-lm h for sale on his customary reasonahle to remove them entirely. But in most common hut one of the articles is wanted.
    "
    : NOTICE.T ;. 5, :: .' I ., terms. cases by applying this Ointment externally a* directed DYSPEPSIA Oil L\DIOESriO>-

    the next Term of I FREDERICK TOWLE. it will give relief And even in old people, vvhos Of long standing, and of the mot. obstinate !
    January Gadsden
    County Oct: 4th, 1834. ((8tf) pains have been of longer
    Court the standing, it will ease the has been immediately relieved am often peijn
    c undersigned, Executor of the lastVlI
    The sxibbcriber has in i>
    and Testament of Jejhnathan employed a Watch-Male direct pain.To cured in a variety of cases that ha e occurred

    vill his and vouchci Thomas, decd., ONSj from England ; and assures the public, that any work sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment and vicinity by using for a short ti ne. p 11.

    present accounts ? for settlement entrusted to him in his line, shall be done promptly mustJbe very valuable in winter on our coast it being Dr. Kelfe's Vegetable Specific t nd anti-BiHons J al
    said and be
    : with estate, pray to disMiarjicd therefrom
    B. MEACHAM and in the best manner. p. T. very certain in Us etFects on Chilblains or parts affected both of which are to betaken toget'icr.accoraiog''
    Ex'r.
    ; Gadsden Co. June 5 41-Gm AUCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. with mate Frost itlikewise pres yes its qualities in audi nable plain and practical directioi accompa"1tipecino.

    Price 50 cents each.
    .4 in
    Tallahassee, proposes to do a gen persons having claims against the of A large mass of the value of this prig
    NOTICE. eral commission business sale 4LL estate testimony proving None are genuine unless signed on theOuIDflEg,
    regular days, Tuesday Barney late of Leon deceased most ezcehlenrmedjcine will be shewn to those who .
    i subscriber will six months from date and county, are ted wrapper, by the sole proprietor
    THE of the apply Saturday. required to present them duly authenticated within wish further information on application to Dr- Hers immediate successor to the late Dr VV. T. COWAT.CourtFor
    tLic Judge County Court of Jefferson He will also attend to administrator and othersales
    i oismtssion from the in tho time prescribed by law, e>r they will be forever tons, .or to any of his authorized agents. sale at his Counting Room, over NoJ"Vg,
    1 county, for a Administration of the county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. barred : Those indebted to the estate, arc requested Thjj above medicine sold by special appointment of street, near Concert Hall, Boston and also by
    Jze estate of Isaac Miller, dec'd, lute of said county. March 23d 1833. Mrf make the 1)
    to payment. putenteo and warranted genuine. cial appointmeat, by E. B. PE.IKIN"I
    FRANCIS P.
    MILLER. Adm'r.June N. B. Instruments of writing executed with neatness GUILFORD BURtfEY, Ex'r. : E. B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST.
    *; 23d, 1W5. 4A & and despatch, by 1k flACKLEY. June Cth 1835. 43-Str
    4 Tallahassee January 1st, 1831. 27lf Tallahassee, Feb. 22d, 1835. I'9tfii
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