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

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CHANDLER From the Charleston Coinrier.CA4 '
VAR D ,
.orJJaRo .STEALING.- We hive inquired .

ATTORNEY rcsidfle'.AT LAW. THE FLORIUL4J into he rmrticnTiirs of "trie chliffjeTof- S S

I 1i thf stealing and of fref Indians ? .&
1pLccee; Iarch 7 1S5. _ negro kidnapping ,
in Alabama, preferred against two indiriduals
STEPHENS
-jUEL* B. of Georgia, named Lncien A. Bond and ;

itlorney/ al Laic. "LAIssEz NOUS FAIRE." Warren J. Mitchell), and recently investigated .

.I hira, lf in aumry, Gdst1en CounSd -
-- Iwfl before Judge Bay hi this nd
city i we
"'- in thp rmr of Ap -- ;

BTibSaJirior Courts ofGadsdtn, Leon and.1TT)1.Vl1 SHIT proceed to lay the result before our n aders.

e.If On last Tuesday week Col. Thomas D. Con S

Ifrt dy the Federal Marshall of this District was ..
; LLAIIASSEE JOCKY CLUB HACKS. ;___ Doct. Richard Blount 55-- S ,
TvMKS: AI cvrT, ___ S induced by the information of a nero. to :
tenders his zIrQ
=eriricr i to
11' L. lfl profi-ss'.onal make inquiries into the situ.ition of two families
the ritiz"ns of f>t. Murhs, and the
4t in Mlbfl'jCtfl", .Tcff'rnnI -2.d surrounding rounty. H- miiy al-L THE SOUND OF I'HC SEA. of negroes*, seven in number, am5 three S *-,

[ Fnr&I tr1L1els his !Iru.s1ofl.tl: SC r- ways be found nt his office when Indians whom he encountered ths Fish S -T-
I J.t* .' "uV, f'tI.. TrriiU'i-y zrriurally. H It j not professionally fcr ms iinin.Na.] near .3
cnBicd.
"SU' ('it'.IU of the Couiitu i S iif"Lcnn, < ; Thou art sounding on, thou mighty Sea. Market, under suspicious circumstinccs.
,
; i | ( ..uit< t. Markc, 2-lih! July, l.Q33. 50lf.
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1 i/*'if* ill'lulsJin;** atul t i io r.'ivt* >f Tn. ma* I For ever and the same! They told him a very consistent tale or having

.411.rii. lie teid'rh'. cprvccI rVANTE Ii-'E1vcoyuitng The anciea* ro.-ks yet ring to thcc, been kidnapped, near Fort ftlitchcl Ala

14'p1.t'41',,, .: :-CIt' t..l r ac t :ii*< %t II ini- .,, Ladies \vho are drsirousto be t5tuzhtFtS. Whose thunder* notmht can tains. i bnma, by the individuals above nami d, the
: :: :.! v .tfl : ::t' .'. ?.. 11 Manimmakin busines. For
slaves disclosing th.'ir owners names and rc.
I'hor p.titicubrs ap-ly, at this Oin>o. Oi'}
-t.1oii \ A NNUA1. rnec'ing for 1S..5111, roy.mcnrc OD fit vnjust S :2 H\7 many a glorious yoicc is zone sidenee, and the Indians allcdging that they : -
-- -
n v -i -- Deccrnlwr 15th rind continue 5 day. Froti thrt rich bowers of earth, -
mfucsit.iy,
I free. Col. faith
Condy their
were putting in
.-" '* .1. A1)M **} I I I P iy- A wccp-S'akes fur' :3 yrnr old Cols :and JUHi J LAiUBliRT i is my duly And hushed is mai.y a lovely one

'() : !; .IT I..JF.) j 1-Yl.ts; :> Vulf lic-nis- >t .,ti $">00. -_forfeit S'U'UTu I amhori-rd Agent and l Attorney until my return Of mourn.nnc5-! n.irth i statement, immediately assumed the hizardous : -
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: -' .'n! 1V !'iV.liur -y t.) Apr.ii 4c'htei,3i ?.nv. | rio: ..< :"tttli; Sept. and umc the dy; b-.lbrc the llacc from ho West. JNO. SAUiI>CRS. responsibility of securing them, am pro.
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4. Hit. v"i .' 41'v .l'tf11'' o.** v.'.I.i> hrld aI by -1 u4. 1 icli, r. M. -P4 !Triqt S S22wLAST The Dorian fhitc, that si;.-e'd of yore curing the arrest of the altec'gcd? kidna ipers,

I 't, l>1 j \\ -. nn ; a41 ;1-10 anna u t..y-A IVs-t-StHkes fno for any IlorPP, Mart, I'AXL (JULLhUTUll'.S .NUl'IfK.IN I of
on suspicion felony, taking care at once toI
is still
U. Along
thy \var
Uiv.i ::. 4: : Tt.t'ii:! -r''. Lfttcisadi or, ( Iddi'ns in tlic UuiUd Stalt", 4 nulc lipat5 SubIiItt.bfl pur 'nnce .. forward the letters
: < V'M. '' .' 'i VtfT.'itlTo.WAMLIN < : 00-fjif it $ Ioo. To close 30th Septcmlirr ;: phrp for tIe: jnirpo of collectinjc tho. Teintoritorial The harp of Jmlah p' als no more I necessary to Alabama.

: .-.: -:.. : : ______ ud n.i'ne! the day before the llacc by 4 o'clock, and County Taxes for the yr.tr IKI; .. Ono's awful! hill: I j The persons charged with the felony were .

-- I. At the house of John! Kindriek, o F/iday tht 21stof 1 brought Sefore Judge Hay, by virtue of aunt '

''- -' CI1). I Md D.u'" --Jo ky Club Purse $300, 2 mUe heat?- f : ttguSt. And Memnon's, 1:10, have lost the chorJ I of Ifabcus Corpus, and after a prott acted t

V SWELL, flnr: nr. At the ho j5 of Wm Roberts on Sat' rday tle22d Tint hrcntbcd the mystic: tonn, iiivesliiaiioM and' S
v.n..jCllCL.1 /: h Dav- J vk- y Club! Purse $600, 3 m'lc hcMs of August. argument, were discharged
i..nr. And the son:: :. at Rome's high triumphs poured
.rj' k .41 nni.&t u. him i :' F.ntranci* 5>.">". At the house of John Il.ivis, nn Monday the 21thof by him on Saturday week, on the g-ound
.
:
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'V I 01 $$4t'I '. I 5h: I IVy-1'roj.i.. >r'Tuise S-100, 1 mile hcnts- An ti t.At Are with hT cask's Qo\\-n. th it the evidence was insufficient to warrant

Itv. ; \1 itt.:..: ,.! JAS.D. \\T.STKIRKPATUICK 3 brs in i Lntiani'i tJl.ll'JPSuhs.Cfiji'1 the store of John D. Pariah, [Mickaswkj ] on the further dcteniion oftho prisoners. nVithin -
7L : ) !!; '') -.thrr cf the above Stakes, Tuesday the 23th of A"ust.! And. mute 'he Moorish horn that nng

oiii: >f made" l Li v 1 '' .'d'rc.td'! to thr' Proprietor r i At the house of Benj.V.. GUUSP, on Vrnlncsdiyiho O'er stream and mountain fr. e\ two hours' after their discharge Col. ( only

T.iil !hiss> f, anv nn- ( i' ''P'M-J 30h: Si ptrtuN'T? next 2Cth August.At And the hymn tie Jfirnc'l Crusa-.l had them again arrested, having in the meatj -

d l sornl. nnu ii.n"f. TilC'. HRtiWScry' : k IVpnaor.j thr: hot>f of John Blocker, on Thv.r'il-iy: 2li! H'lth; died in Galhler. saiig time met with an advertisement in the Columbus
I'p.-uitilul iWpn
A j J l 21th. I -35. 5Glf A t; u.t.At .
,.: ui 'rtr> 1.jil, hni U Jn 'li, a ulajsa I > g (( ico.) Inqi.irer, deserihipg tho nrjroea
y Private Land L'lclm the T.\vrri (.1 j\Ir. Thoraps Mie1i on
; <]
in lu-h 1.- r.th ami vi-r, will st.v.d: t u- j Surrey of 2-ith But thoti art s\volhn on thoxi Deep, and olfering 'a icw.ird! of $500 fr their capture -
iuK.tii! 1 lamia. r ii : Ul ( '.it(1.' !!. > .t C.X.Vl I'1-:. !' >! llVi flO'll Friday \ugtt.
p ', .wr !iMUuu.'j. c.mnty( -, at 1'ahas' : the CortlHlU'Jl-'llCr of tliO li'U- : 1 Lruti ill- At the hou11 of Thomas Harvey, [St. I-irksQ or Thniii! many nn oldrn clime, ; an.l ;lso having fallen in with a girntli*
'U".1 P'"tS.t1.' I> r-nnr: c.mu v. cti .'. Srturihy 29ih Anirust. .5- Thy biihr.vy anthem ne'er from Fort 'Mitdit-l! who able .o in-
t. M-ir'-at S7 ] c cn-' "* \V i-'iui' '.n City. cauc .e it."v < } .rii'v < to sleep. man was
:. s'.. -\1.p.SlVou,.?!t.1, UK.t. r\,\ if'' -I i-1: i.l f ataiiyunuwiil.ni the : to the d< fi i us of ihe Svpie: 'I-1 'i urlfii l the Atthrtton' of N. \V. Vfa'.ker, [Shell Point] r. Until the close of time.T.o'i identify the ncgroe aid Indian-:, and! tr JlivflrI
,1'l *' .1I..ndav the .list Xn 'irt. I .
1'tr }
I'uitrd Stairs uiadf at t'leir Jatr'Juy n, I-- .c
: : inM-uVrtlf a-4'II ix"irosam.2d; ( HiiaHi.lait!; rel.uive to the probable! i; lomv; -
if
-. SI' 4 ; At the vtnro of K. J. !
Haclt'cy
L.vu-l decrct-J ro.r.\r.;; [T.ila.nseeVcd] .
; nl n'1] < tluf ;p5 \ crtI: l Tru'tsoJ ti : c ; ;JIT- liftc* lIt:. .
U f-A: : .tlPmtoice
.. jr*!." i ii.w to in <.-r'-. vit.- < Mor e J..t K. Cl tx-5it'\ Ai.t i.i-' Hi.trt-s I l.o fy! 2.1 1 Si-j ifinbcr.A r.p r Boudrc aril Mitchfl wer again brougli before *- -

%I t; a' tt to Ii P.r.-r1 i '1. (; 1IflC?, O.or-c I'Itinii's >, ir-., M -s. I I'. punctu d :nttendnn is rrqu ":lrd p.slor.gcr ii.dulg I'o very \\-\\n\\\ rind sky, Judo Bay t'r their disi-hargp; : on A'ed-!
.
.. : i: .i v : &l1 I I. 1 riiili II Y-'i-njrr. J'iscphll I I licr.ia-: : --r, John nce cannot br :- i"tn. And all our Earth green shores r-joi.-e until
:'. :b n LN I ; r4 1Ii : I. \ ;) nc-divl I st, but were retiriude l to geol
p ; I' :'s I3 I llnfKiani' Knhaid, I'r.uKis I1. 1. ;r io's In i-, I ha'l: nrtcnd from 10 r.'tloclc! A. ;i. to 3 r. :i. ofiii In that tine harmon. p
__ ; .is ( for further he. of the
: next J-y a rtr.g crso- S
dv.
Vi'r iz'dV H'i.imCb.-on; F.L il. liens tf tV.urii I l .t.o .
1J'V' li.w tJ.State : +
Urat.'d ?
.. .n
; ,, ... 'N '
., <
.\. .\. Tt-tir n. Ta* Lin.Airust and on the evening of that thisthe on m rs ofthe
Tc..si.n wac Is v ll.c Pic.'k-t, -i. It nil: the noontide's calm profound,
M.W. .ir
r. v:. will be dc-patdicd ,i 1 1' ::: S 3 ..C-tii olives Messr*. John and Litel Si'iimsj'
,,; !I.V.iuvu'.J t h iv V.rn: !i- J.y I Pa.lot f TV\ < I D.j.v.tyniviy" r-- < } The Minsci'i: Loavcn yfId;

f.: .'ani: -. i.v W >'J]! anti' *>vil"ivii; ': ; \ ,\ < >. u.Ju r lr 4 411 "ihi5 ''jTu'o, \v nil the JIVLCSS uy ir.1 t u Dot TOK jOFFERS J.1IUNfEJt And tl'p! still rnuJr -pht ha-* the you having received Col. ( ndys letters, atnvcdin
V. JC G linjin' < a '1.u'* I' t ton% 10 cxrciiir liu-> duty, r.nd tiio Chinuji"-; v-- his Pr.ifi 3-i n.'l I s.-rvicrs
ritVi.s
UT.. j i>< I4414L, 1Y < } < tr> the E'en as when f.st zt n-ll-J. tic! city, and identified tht ir PfPeltY. OnTuesd.iy
: (Jr. j i\tlv. r.rr >!dl to I l-c \ jH.i.jT."r; i, 4V i'ir.wi.i.uu )y qic ronnty, : cniiiily. If- hr.s: !K-rattd
of
!last the hf-arin the
,, case was resumed
I Muh"cvilr.cd; : < -f theicyr'l: rs .j J
O 4 tl 1't fl.i .1, ( fl : cojn: grat .'r<--f! on the Meridian road, cix mil-'S; North ot
: ii I a't..t:' 4J %4' )t I '. 11 1% "Xi.l k ::d 1 i rus tit ir- iuj-fi-it; j Court i-f; E.t Puiudivi 4 c--- I I r.'h.iwr: when; he r.iuy lie found v.hui tot Fio Let tiif rb..- :Mipr.-: '*. defT\ in:I ITin;; before( Jutlzt* B.iyt and the pr.nera

J : | r-.vl'.f. I'fi: l.y T-ann,'',vti:, fi;>. by J.t- I I p:>> 'ji. i}i.! [..iu"i" survey* then i IP. rc'o.nzze'i!, a.-.i :.: z. ctig'I. WrerfTC'Ar.i: % Mti"-i r-'Sf' were ultimately; d -rh .rged by him, on giving

.,. :. iv ,Ui4u.ci'W,_w i i i i 0 .?;>2S. *!*w. *i <-iV | idriiitfy their >cvti.\l 't:'Y1I'4T.ifl.!';. Any infounsuoi.i Ti''nl'assiJiTng 13ih. 1'33 45.flw Thou speik'-t of nn. thnt d )tii :r-t b.iil by rc'coqnr/anet: with! jood and sutln-ient
4 ii f j i 48 4lt'V. i ulti j '' in iy b<- d sir.illo ifu :nV" :ho s i.-\cyur>, : j 55 S
'x. .: : Iv 2q;: 1.:: ul* .i rt I 1t i 4U1 ,htIi1at.. thl 1 ( .. ih .he .1 : ", 'z :. : 54 X weeks.:liter d if, I -u-l! ] njy| ] to the Hon. tI.e f:o rr.iy: c'ir heir's rjpov.MAUP.IAO sureties, rarh in the ?um of $5,000, to up-

.1., .. ) M.i .: l11.t f- wi.44 lvrvy
,.; ?1 p t (iCt4t1 n<: (:'iul of lilTi. > Itd.:1 e. i! of siixrjor ( 'iitiul, rn.ih.-s]: *>f\"' ij 05' 'tt ;vt.j.j ''--ttrrs 1 vte of of Administration said : dcreasci'on the'.'state if Il.irn Uurn .v AFTFTI liuui u.-1 uo Parisian; 17th Anpii-.t m xt, to vie d ihems'/ves i up to -

I iuv.3o.r'i. Ipnii.ur .!. > :4 t\\ ; gt'_r d I''I, -i-\c\\.rsCUlu-t-, T.i ir t* v, Jis y 2M" 1-3.-. n county, I
I merchants wnii *d in in the of their
: ?. 1.jLiil.v 1. 6TZIi;: r.URNEY Adirx.T.fon strongly friendship, had! ( he custody ot the lacs event
i UuIU-'ilT I'.rTLl I I'/SIM ,
i .* MO 1.UlU4: T\ I -ill. !:.i .itt ) ; i en .
? I: y ronnty. July Sih; I ISl.'t. -|- rvNOTICE. each one child ot" different who ] demanded bf': that -
'Id f ; : sex e.uly not being or in or re day
p: :4 i4t ; h. % t ali i.gIi ll'iitrty timl > Jwph'* Cinnl (Company. I
I : ,. i: 2 : 9.! !ii'- ti.iv.iij-; ; i .\ iisi.ti.j.ioi" jhtLiixr* ;jHi 'Mr .Inn.byicijaird contracted a strong iivlittation! for each other by the G.>vcrnor of Alabama: to answer the

.' Uv 'I f at.:: r int 5' '<. t.< pa.* (4) tisi'n *. uitr at I tlicpmv's I IX we* k* :nffrr date, we ?!iall apjdy to the! County which was cherished! by ihc parents, and they eh irge ''! f loriy alk-dgcd to have been cootI .

.- t.. p I4 4a1 1,1 t ti S ;.J5.r< :n Aj j t.'Cti' t !.i, i.n tlto n. uliy .4! Court of Jcfftrson county, for LMIPIS of A.lmnibtratt ; were flittered hy the ovpTtatinn of brinjr mitt dm tint State The prisoners wee rejis S
t Is. : ;*. I '-$ 1 i: :. '! r i 4 .t til 4 .: ii p.; t1i41 J"r ir '.*., .h..! .1 Atnhcr in-taitnctu of five tM- i on the! r-.intc of Th- mas C.>okcy, deceased, (I
joined together for 1-fc. Unf Innately ;ul l th j I ". c! by.Iimes: L. Peligru idV.. [lice>
z.
VI. c. laic of said TIlOj'. ,
.; ;.. l4 1 't 1 .',- ; 'T >;. ( n tif! tir"t d.iy tI Uctubcr next. uuty. 1 I'. RANDOLPH,
\v r. j' j:1;s 'c.r } IJy o.tl'.r <.f :l>- P.o.iid, FF.TNA11 COOKSE time they thought thcrosehe- tlie. point of. : -q. -ui.l 'be prosecution by i'Zdinu.'N. >uithLSM. ;

't r' 57f ic rp; I'rii Jt 5 TI10S. r.FlTIlAMPtc'y.: \li.nticIo.? i JrflTeon Co. llth Ji'lv, 13i 5i-G-v, completing! this !long wished for union, a UIHII -iiu'4; for tho Attotney General, wht -

e1i.; i'It .i1.1: .r.* I :. .. J: j Aj .ilaflucu'a, Ao; .n t I 61-'J-v. NO'J'ICE.IX far advanced in yea; mid possssed of an I.> : b' u'! :Vom iho Lruited State-., as-iistid by 1
:' .' :. n -> s'- i iK.. ? > -<.*tT.(}i'J l f ':I' .
< I months after d-itp I jhnll! sumit! a *roui.tsand immense fortune his the Th Co' lv and C. G. Mernninyer, I-
my cast on > > i<
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sqrs.
'V i-f .1 it eyes voting
vr-T.-1
,. .' ? :. i.;, aj :<' i. >ist s. :r I / .*.r<-f/r..J.l the JJI7M.Vof a inftttn? (if iht Scc.Ai.i !-
; .i ..3iIUf1.: }' U*. :'' 4 '* JiK" ill :tfl i ?* fiJd n tiilfi\ itit. IJ.oiK-liTb a? Adminiitratiix' of the Estate of lady, and made honorable propn Is; her j>::- I \V i under't-md lh t Boudn-.>d M 1l tchei
deceased the Ilm. the
H.-iiry JFitts, to
-'I "\> 4 l' l'.r HH -jvjir'>vt ii l si
i :id A..c 4ci, uz-j.\-'i>hM. ii. Vil I.L( v i KL1ZA A. DI1UCK.: Adnn'x. hw: in such atlluenl circutn>taiu ?, ant! force I I 'iIi in >, Jiad tb.t the o\\n.-s of iho slaves- 5

>t. Z1iit: .. ittj.4% i"s uch instaltmnts as th'-y mir deem July! iSlh IS5. <<-IMIIIX her to \ the knot lied! ik-j of them, antl pi.d the .
U ii 'rt. Fi" Apni .:, 1 < \ :iTt fEiTrc corrp'y. $ soon ns w.is: hue t: r.ir.i.
l i n*, ii i the V..1IV9 of thy Ctnup.iny ni.iy re- ', g.l'I I I.' I
*! ttet: > rfrw?: C L 1'r.f 11'. Tl'-rti's : lit; z iv: Pr AI '* i, ;C..t no I'l'talir.cnt bo called for with1' j IJ t 1'Ij.S she stiictly enjoined hr former !t wr never ro [ ret' trd of $ viO pir.il! l r thfif rapture. S

**.\.s Tt5aul Kirkj ..Uir\, 1 hat nttrMii.Kl .1 ln lirjii.hnoilim I nut :A; ic tS1( I 7 vfli/< public iic)ti<*trttor on the see her, and patic.jtly: stiiiniitttd! tt lr-r t'stt. ; I Two of t i1.-! I l-.d: > r.cinldren: the! ofT- pring ,

; th. :.'t - '. .-.. a L'reek Indian, brot )er to S
.
.. 'jiccil ofliitii .tn-1 M.i.i"; i, I'iti fltIIs rIt I T, th v h'trclc which ac'-ountb and vouc'icrs for scltVniunt.G.C.
| yir.so.'i'fiTint all I( I MK; "l.r.t-nts.'U
m\y IIHLT body, which tliretv -her into a lin, eri'* .' ..Jior Creek \V.r ;. ;- railed[ Mnjor Bernard. Too
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141 ti ( : ; t ; Kirk w. ito. Adn.V.St .
r in .usi % Lh vt p 1 !. oal'rtl'! /ir by oi.lrr t.f tin: loard! of Oirf ct.u s, aiitlwhuli ;
1i: Ll u'.V', amiu- tflt! Jun.-t II :11 i ifli : mi! sti.ili not br j p.id nln-ti due, shall t toJoiloiti-J 1 Maiks 1 July 18 -13-G n. i i tier thai adjnrently carried her olT aidht* mticli prii; e umot be bestowed on the sag.'ieitv

I ,. TII. ,, J tt b.t' e.ii tl.i :t iL"v .i tI S t.j tl.c Cuuiputx ; but; tin- [)ir. ciors ,iac .ieir.- > tlii ii- I NTIE.) was consigned to her grave. As soon ns this arid i-neigr displayed by Col. ConJv, itj

:MA.JIHI i.iil! t'univf' -\\\\\\t. \\ was then tuuiol i'nt ant' | i.\vn d t-treti4)II in n-nr.Uii j; .I.e I I.Cfl..I!) : I'r..' it' t., weeks after date! I .!hall apply to the II- n tIe: 4 mc'l.mcholy event-reached the lover, Iiiz at- Ith-'uhole! of his conduct on this occ isiou;
PI.; V'TV I! I'll, l.d tM Xui jc4' h'-t! v.tiki 41 1 to walritivp. r tindfrnliun 30 SIX '
i tiir.toncv is : daysatt'.r i1 MCCOUI. s Judge of the County Court of Lco.i Comity, I lliction! was doulilrd, being deprived of till lie fearlessly encountered the lisk of ;an ac. : *. $
: !
t r d.i4UU' r' ;iiri_! \viuii ii I ( rva .t r. itcjT 1 *
j 4lui-, ami "in all I c.v.s intire-t at the r it*- of d percent S j for Le tera of vdiniiubtra'tit'ii on the Estate of IJnncin 5
;> 44 i nil ii I MI .*, n t J. Hull it k'S >lu/y, II 1 1 ,: .t(.tfl.i. .1 l! } er -t-it.mil iuit' b.- ]MH! on ll.i: instalment Iroin the I :MiPh isoiijdc.d., hopes of her wid.nvliood, hut recollecting lion for damages, by the parlies a nested, ,,

I':. Ii Ii. <4i-it JK4vritii illnimust CM"I', tindci I Vl> ll u'u< I J. II. IttND''LI'II. lh.it in her youth, she had been for some tiinin < and bis been rewarded by the ajvpronationutnve S
: .', in '> \ Ji.i.r. i\\ i ,, Sc.-fy. j July J '17-j ....... .. u !lethargy, his h 'pes revived, and hurried -sally bestowed on his public spii t, and
:r.s t.\i\ ;< w.iJii!. -i.i.r!: uljj< l h i iii'j.] .< s d 1 \\oil<1 ( nT4'c "f the L. W. and St. .1. '' t;. > .5. 5 ----- ---- .5.
tM\I. :I f.iIK: :"!/ lV. he i. His in spiti( <.f all a'li u t! A U'-i.i.-.,!.i, July 2 t. 1 '.'-. ; N4P i ulcEAT j him to tlie place! of her burial, \\here a good by the. gratifying consciousness of oaving

) 1 ft M tut ,\\.f\\: <.>'.-4ii4i;." ,\i: i 1 l. iiv nhfti l.
I h. i- to, iM.MUir, .unl w j-, *4t 1.1 in J-4y tin ruiciMI. t S .Middle 1)U1j'L4jtt'fl' Supeiior Uolirt.t the undi'i-ig.i. d Athnii.r.J.-at.ir. ami A.fti.'iu her uj, winch In; performed, and removed her and restored valuable property to its ovvner9> S 4
.
J 4 li i | JohiiT. Juli .4iiiI j ratiix of the c-si'itt: of Frai.c.s \. Cai! d'l
.7.y ruj! !* i 1. .uy r4bre !; j ti\tr : ,
I .. I j \ J. > VdlMI.Vl. to a place! of s-ifety, where by proper method and! freedom to the rightfully free. rlhe peciiMary -
ill' T in. 1 P vC 1'h ,1 1 hsvC <4fl\4ll/S tTi 5 l.tti- ( : 'ulcoviuty I \\ :Ilpnv; -ut :h.ic Vm.chtrs: :indA S
: I<, ', Shr.Ir;*. l .\tkinscnt ) for sfT'I'-tm! .. she icvived the almost reward will we indcrstand, be distributed
!
t in. .ii, l.ir.'* iin.. 1 1I I o.ns; :.t \nu. s.U'l c- 0.! \ and ntav t' extinguished spark : -
-t I '1 UK I Drf. nd'ii! and all rtlicis ;jit'trrMc, nr1 }.< fII ..
,
d.Lztr'd tIr.rcin. literary
: of
lJ. : of life. Great w..s her surprise at finding by Col. Condy among some our
: Ir.Win.'I'iikvill ) 14)titl 41 t1zt the :'ttovt s.4 i.te hs I.c:1 itisi 1 1 \ UI K I IT! : A J A [R riF.TT,
and! charitable institutions'
the state sho hat! been in and
ei th Attachment has i'v.ci: isa'u-J .tnd I tti.it LhP ; probably as
'.\ .. ,t i :t- i i Art r.t .unl, Attciii. : t.n u! 'J ISAAC J MiltOl"BTS t: Adi'r.Ut .
> .
4.. .I r.l :iln... tii Al.ilj on.iJOHN uc here by teqniri-'ii' t appear and J.K id ti U.. J.- :tricy, lU'') I .', .. (JGt.s :icat her p'eastiru Jit the means by which she
: ) flL'UIdLL' '! I'l I l itlit.l J.'Cnilllll to tilC Sl tatc ill lli Case liu''l.I 55---- TNOThT 55- j !had been recalled from the grave. AH soon i iVhu that: is familiar wuh the slate of society

I tiJ pruudid both of the South and tin* North, but ..viliacurit.-
I 42tfrici as she was suft.cieullv recovered the !lover laid
_--_ _ _ _ LKUJU; IIEAD. Att'v. fur P.'iT.jMaralu.rs hti l-y : ivei:, th.it the f.i-n i"ret.trc (XSia: I 4 I- .L H .
.1 N ( ) : 1 tlf JL tindtr :li.- nanHi.ul >:yl ,if ArUJjje $ Watts, i js ins claims- and Ins reasons, Mipportetl by a K13U4vticog" tie mil lurcc 01 cue tiiiu-tug-- .

riAUP.j i:: fr.'j' rnU-i! !j-uc rr.t'-nti into t Cnjiajlrii! r-hij> this d 1.iy dis-oltcd by lutifu.[ consmt.Mnnticello powerful inclination on her side, were loo'' paragraph: fiom the pen of 31aorNoalI;

:ti- .. Sale Klu July I | -2ilj, I I-.I.: :O- 1'v "Nat. liitclli .
(lay ti.'i-j iii. 1i tit : Millrr A- l'utmn -5----. ->troi; lor her to resist; but as France \\iis no t ([ cncer."Talk
1' ; v..t nttci.d a.ti.c ( 'jinui u.'u & Sin..i.'i 15..V.- 1 I V *, .iTr.c of n writ "1 J'n'ri f r/V* to m deli- Jackson .Siipc ricrLozr. I of the slavery of tuo b'outh Would
vt : MILLIU; I J? vcr <1. 1 >h.ill ip-i'-e atpusi.c: Sile, before th J Jt Nathanitl >>. ( i.- .ol oegr a place of safety for them they agreed

J NO.'j. PU. u\1. (!it, .f 1 t f'.e'! 'oi'it I lion- in t'. City 4if Tdlalusr.ce, j and Hoi act L. S..l, iv' to remove to England where they continued that our 1'ie.e negroes were h.ilf as well. olT; as

.. '../. ?- I-, tii. '-1 -. '- ii..} in S. plein'jcr IK xt, all lia right; I, 1 ten years, when a strong inclination of revi-i- j i'dinfortabty clothed and fed; as welt taken

e *. 'i.fSfcT.vy.jr: W cl j.i.n, till.-, i.i.ut, at.l ifi'.-i':.t t t' I'ii.ut', M. ilradford, 1:1 j Snitd ?IV'r' I ting their native seized them which i c;>re of, and provided for in tidiness and calamity.
country ,
: i ", 1 .:i.fl'. dt i 'ud. I.jt i'. w it :-I t.. I' M [ KL STO\VKi:3: iii-d ..!11 l i.'l.cr
p-rsom it is the name of ; no the reahly. -
,
'tj.1' t40S4 4', j 41.jj:" >f'
.u'u. J I', tcr .Mv.i.; L l'' ::l.'. y t 1 .u'.ih' i.i.v lr\ui on as tin-pio- I vas this d.iy f.hd by Nathani'l S. CiiuoM :nd: H. und accordingly performed their voyage. Th" j lit re, we have slavery, whi.es and

4 -' ::1.Lc: :; i4 i : 1.41 I*' ..( -vi-j I l'.t.1ii i rd., ti> .uify I a Judirir.int" < in. .J'a-. L. Sill to forte-! a doa tq-'i 'e jjivtn by v< 'i1.1 <'h.u41:*> I'n1.r. fcait' Vk4ii tie PI..CC w \\ Bmoks th"M of Jai.n and A field has his his wifu
on i 1&13
:") i iUF;. tr one in. ry her own husband, whom she met in a public \ negro cottape,
11IpO.Ls: thc i.s ; h by him assiJiJud to said (Ju-n\oJ! and SI! on tl'.t Il'.tbof and children, his task his little jatch of
% ) vi-d frraisIae.sr4):; Tli< )>. l FSTn \NUOLPI1 1, M.trAul, is walk and all her ndyavors: to disguise herself easy ,
: the the folio iijiropnty -
J.niuaiy, l"-3 ; itiin-i.-.i e on I ;;
u: (L1 l'iniljr: v. :hviis ;luou intu (!.<: *. Uv A. A. FIMIF-Ml I Ptp. Marshal ineflectual.-Ho laid his claim to her com and potatoes, his garden and truit, which
j f'.vtr : i.k.4 \i?: Lots >"o. 81 I ;.uul ? !, 77 .unl gO, kv.own wcro ,
ft.1. / tfrt tiW 'ear flt ( U2t 4if '..l.ih.i"-, c ltl, .ItUb i--1. -1sld and design.Hi d as Mi.-h: on the Map or }Jhn ol \1 an- before a court of justice, and the lover defended are his revenue and property. Tho house
iST *1 IlIV IT .
;.i-J- App:; at t .c ,.jytx of the A'ul; .chicola Land I- :\ 011(2 E anna, and Ccnniy of Jackson.GS. his light alleging that: the husband by servant h s handsome clothing, hi1 1 ixurious

C:. "J 1 aiiiMs: >ce. JuncCih.likf I M hereby; uiv :n, th!:u :hu !JJnks for recti\ing SUberijt IlAXVKINS, Att'y. .f.r burying her had forfeited his title and that he mea-5! his admitted privileges! a kind master, :
-- Jii-i < '. Stock of the .v'uuihornI \ iiru 8 r 2-l.-iflin GH-U. !14 ($ Sill.
H ti.u :
-- -- --- I i. to .j had her from and indulgent iiiistrc. In the South we see
rt1jj U.JscrltL' CAJ.I as, to I be absent innn thr '!' r.NU Lift I isuranrc and Tiust Company,'' v.;!! In: opened CAUTION. acquired a just one by freeing

ory L.ti', next, iiid :; .t wWs I .4. ;l.o: :!! c of t Th >! I >.4.gi.I F.I.I. in t the City >f arc rautiouid .iifjinst trading fo- two the grave. ;ma delivering her from tin; jaws nothing of the poverty, crime, and ; bandonmcnt -

t,Uuu.' : : at.d rtiuri:te.ifl, ()1 t1 I4 1 I eu1 [ S:. Aii2utiiif, on tin I "cond: d-iy \'uv.'nbcr next, ALL persons. :
gens 2; uJ lev' 1. d nrin hi Zd at I 10 o'clock! 1 i.dvill bi: b-ft uj..ii IMHII : nnc to time $'er and made piyable to John Pig or beiirer. one l >r they might have in a court where love presided Let fanatics rave; let false philoso >hy --hav S
1 3:;. -: I L iii': u : E1N.: until the whole of the Stock ihall! boI
-----. i by tdJUri.tflCLt. 510 and tnn other for $3. Saul notes was given 5-0.ic: seemed to have little effect on the grave sway; this is the truth cf the picture; and meuof
TICK. I subscribed not cxcrcV.in thirty d.iyj. time about tins last of Janury: ot the fir>t of Febrtia j admit it.-N. Y. Ev Star.
of the law and the with her sense mudt
lover
lady,
CLAl.K _
- LOT
i ;
li.hu i.rxt January T,'uu of Gadvl.-n Countyi" ry last, and niatlc payable on iho 2th of Dtctnibcr iagoa

% ( 'Mirt-i il'( H'ltitI' .2t. d, *\ ill. of ibe t *' t IlIil-UT HAY.MOXD flUID.S next, tt.c consithra'i.n for which said notes wcic I not thinking it prudent to wait the determination
and Tf L... f /. i /* .t "' THOMAS DOUGLAS, having failed. I am determined not t > them of the retired of EVENTS IN MISSIbSIPPI.We .
Y Jl <- O\\iu F.lljMw, dt-rd., given pay court, prudently out the
llipi( i June 2d 1S35. -M-lOw Citmntiitsicntra. lay lcfore our readers an official as.
id" l.U< lr JC<:oUnls au'' vonch Ts lor. si ttl.-nu-nt unless compelled by law. expose,
r'ih s ; ',-c, mid juay ta hf ths h.ujjctl U.trelioiu. SUGAR AND COFFEE. JACKSON ROBERTS. kingdom. it *.ere, of the banking of the Gamblers! at Vickburg -

1'. MKACHAM: j received a cor.fii nnifiit of 20 IJuxcs flown Aujnst 1 .r.lovNOTICE. atui the various rumours about the Insur

(; W.I.lIAttitl..US., ) Fz .JUST S'zir, and 20 bags Cuba Codechich S BonRowIca.-Iy inarm wants to know it' reel tons in ..IIississippi'IheTicksburr article is *
1d.cnco. Jtuic will be r-jld low for cash. your inarm will lend my inarm your uiarnfspiok.sxc !
able of :
44CinI %\ A N Election fiir the Officers and Directors r.ftlic Chimpolaand perhaps as a justification the horrors of that
C. CRANE.St. to make our hog a hen koo.3" "0h
.
; certain- could be eiuicd but it does
OIICE. L Si Andrew's Hay Cairil Company, will scene, as | ; not carry
A Januar T" Marks, Ausu ciCn'iU! > '" f Qi' dcn -
County be kind enough tu leiul us a keg of that
: ihc.u *ll--S'>cJ AlilJisi.it.r, : of the : O1ICE. anna, Jackson coun'y, on the first day t.f November nary deed which has been committed, as well as>
tseof n' SaniU.nJ'efJ.. tWl'iM.nt ILlS A.Stv t.- _4 IX weiis date, 1 bhnll apply to the Ilonor- I next,-of which, tin Stin-KhoMeis will take notice. firkin of nutter j he Uiught to-dy, that's a nice little t by the bold manner in which it has beer defended.No .

4iits .114d \ 1. z: sett1t1 st i .aLd ctatt: able the County Court of Leon County for Let A further payment of five per cent on each fcharc man; and just clean us a iness of them pouts no, we must not upon such grouncs throw oil* '

4 L bL t4i.arred tC ( fti) ters Administration on the Estate of JOHN T. JOHN- is ricpiiicd to be made on or before that day. and eels that your father caught this afternoon, the regular (wms of civil government. We must >

Q Jo. \IAI.ONE, Adn'r. SON, laic of said County- deceased. By order of the Board (11 DirrMors. and tiring them down with the butler, my dear; abide by the sheet anchor of the law In such .
.c CAT1JAIUNE JOHNSON.A I). W. IIURNE, Sc.-retary. and Til certainly give you the first bright eitt I
the vessel has other
cases no sate ride
to
.1 one by.
22d IC15. 5Q2msWILL "
trust 1 51CmADMINISTRATOR'S July ashes. "
find in the "I the whole said
NOTICE. S guess on In every case, the ordinary process if the law
'% ecks aft. r d3te ).tdE. the boy "ivc shan't want that pick axe ofycurn." should! be observed. The
W'I! PJy tO thc Judge Of SALE. only exemption can be
ili be sold on Saturday the 15th in=t. before
terof Adiiiinzstrajn,1 County uttof JctRr. .n county, lor Let- WILL be sold to the highest bidder in the City door of R. J. llackley's Auction Store [Di'dharn Patriot.A in those extreme cases where the safety of tht-

t31 ; [i1tit upon all Ue Goods and Chat- Tallah-u>see on the 2-2d day of August, between in the City of Tallahassee on u credit of six months Republic will not await it. Solus pojvli est su-*

flCLro4.ks a&d Credits, >\ tuthvcicof the estate of the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock, the following des- for approved: jiiot *s, negotiable and payable at the gentleman in Ibid city, with whom we arc prema lex. But the two facts must be completelymade

tkc'd, Ieil iiiiaiiiiiiidstrrcd by Harris cribrd Town Lots, situate in the North Addition of Bank of Florida all the title and inter well that the be
dcccacd late Union right acquainted, purchased some years ago, a out, danger must so iininent, that
AdmiuiMrator of the estate of Tallahassee,Lelonpmg to the estate of J ames IIulzes, est of Thomas 'I'. Willison, deed. in and to t'ic the will!
township of laud iit the State of Maine for two ordinary process uot suffice la arrest iu
I S JAMLs R* BIIOOKS- deceased, \J2 : Lots Nos. 173, 174, and 17C. Steam Saw and Grist Mill, near the line of the RailRoad and that
y,2VlJu': p335 U6wIi Terms of sale made know :i on the day of sac. and Midway between Tnlltihas&c and St. cents and a half an acre, amounting to about $620 deadly ravages; any thing like a more:

NOTICKTJ'tnuaiy II. F. MMMONS, AdmV. \ THO. BROWN. Adm'r. Some two or three years afterwards, he sold thetownship summary process has become essentially! necessary -
July 24 183i. 50-4w Estate! of Jas. Hughes.IX to save the people from sweeping ruin. Certainly
4T Ti-rm of A ugust 8 52 2 of T. T. Willison deed.jlZJ" for $47,000-it has since
(. Gadsdcn County changed proprietors ; such was not the case with the gamblers or
t
;. eof ? ? the 11flJefIitd Adimnislrau.r of the months after date, application will be made to Also, three or four Yoke of Oxen, one ox Vickaburg and
tbdischargc.1 twice must
once or ; in one of these changes ; every reflecting man deplore
of
(,JUrts Ttiid Ch.qijii.iI., tlec'iI, w1L present bzs .S the honorable the* Judge of the County Court for Cart, two Carry Lugs, as't Blacksmith's Tools&c. the measure.

and p ,Vo1 to I.e f' StIICflCflt with sjj &j. the county of Gadsden, for Letters of Disrnissory on V weeks after date 1 shill! apply to the Honoru- one of them received $14,000 for lumber taken We have not heard distinetiy the pirticnlars of

4 } tbcrefrtm. the estate of John P. Neal s, late of Gadsden county, ble County Court of M.idi.on County, for let from it. It has beep sold within a few weeks lor the meditated insurrection. It seems :ertaio,thai
w. FLA1c1 the Kstatc of Alexander
AtIfl'Z. dcc'd. W. P. HARRISON AdmV. ters of Administration "ri
L.i44ec ,
June i; 1835 4-6m. Quinry, June 1st, 1835. 43-6m Byrd, (1-u ANN BYttD. 130.000 dollars.-Boston fyurier. several, both of the white and black conspirator?,
have been cut off.-[Richmond Euqui rcr. j


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: L..._-L 1 I man's instruction and to for clvtl then moved k-1--L T ----j--f .
t '. prepared hing. tie auived here but ycstcreay, and The following resolutions were --- ..
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I From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce July 22. government among themselves, and ,that a was not apprised until n day or two since cf as a substitute for the one annexed to the prramblewhich alJJUasa.o. !

I '. ,If lIE MEETING CALLED BY GENTLEMEN portion from time to time shall be sent to them the proposed call. Ha considered it altogether ) was expunged.: -FROM ENGLVND. t

OF TilE SOUTH.This who shall be received. and in like manner unnecessary and premature, and had he been Resolved, That whether slavery in our NEW-YORK.

mectinc: was hId An Monday evening prepared to receive those who are to follow. here at the assembly which on innt..d thi.. country be an evil or not, it is a question belonging The Aiig ,t J.
it Tammany Hall. At half past 5 o'clock, Since the commencement of this and the packet ship Roscoe, C a pt. Delano[ ,
plan lie W.CK
meeting, he should have opposed it. solely to the States in which it is tole- arrived vesterday( from Liverpool has

I Ir. David C. Carr of New Orleans, wa call foundation of the colony at Liberia, hundredsof came here now, more to allay excitement, thanto rated; and whether it shall be continued or abolished in possession ()London ;paper; to,the 23d just put Ug

id to preside; Mr. John Hutchins, from :Mississippi slave-holders have emancipated, some a discuss the question; to pour oil on the ql- it is also a question which belongs inclusive. They do not ftrmsb or.Jl1n
any
t wns appointed Vice President, and portion, nnd all of their blacks, nnd fur- of interest. politfc t
manv ready too much troubled wa'er>-, rather linn solely to those States to determine. news mure There is one fact, how_
I {Col. Sparks from Louisiana, ecrctary. nish them with means to establish: themselves increase the agitation. lIe was decidedly i in of the South ever, of importance to ihis "ntrY-the Paris
Resolved, That the people
4 The Secretary then read the following preamble the colonists where Moniteur contains, in its otnc al)
among they are not eternally favor striking: out tho resolution introduced serious part, the rn..al a
had cannot {for<< a moment indulge sny apprehension sent to I the American I linlen
resolution which been arranged
i ; ane reminded of their degradation by thepres'nce by the committee. lIe saw no occasion to nily Bill.! The ac-
efforts of the Abolitionist
that the
counts I= from relative t i i Ic lie
Spain
: by a committee, appointed by a prcparatoryt << of the white twu corz
these
( man; nor are emancipated give such importance, (as the resolution: con- seriously alloetpublir t'liding
on the subject of slavery can 'antes, are of :a contradictory nature. \\ .
t ; rnectina. blacks the baser sort as has been templatad,) to the efforts of those del'ided men, de.ails.t'AIC *il\"Pijiveu
opinion, even in the North; and! that :s.euim
the Abo- .
determination of
avowed
1 the
That .. asserted by the Aboliglonists: ; on the contrary, tho Abolitionists.: He had pent the last six wo rely with confidence on the intelligence of intelligence! from Lisllon rt.>, chert to the}

::litiotitts, < the immediate and unconditionalt they are selected lor their fidelity, integrityand weeks in the Eastern states, and had conver* our Northern brethren t ) f ustrate and defeat : ni' Jill..-. The-city was quie hut tin- flesmini3.! 7th

";! \bo1iiion slavery: in the\ United StatRS. This intelligence, .and consequently the most ed freely with many: of the most intelligent the mischievous scheme of Iemagog.ies ir\. \ ris Uhp'pIl1oir., I l II"isci'tiunt prev.ii\, | -
\ designing ( -
.
e ;is proposed to be effected by the enlighten- with whom tfie r nirisii| otlice= of Don IVdro's I among
to commence tho of tho
proper persons :gentlemen country, and had been pleas- I t and deluded fanatics. l But should acrisis avmv, who
/nont of the public mind on the subject of sla- work of [ : : cannot ohla.n ihe ;irrrarot -> due /j
great moral and civil enlightenment.Your d to learn, that the great bulk of he people ay t. tltl'ln. a'ime
the means of lectures sermons I which we earnestly deptecate, lJ; happily I cotmiry I iirts: : lit' j I'ortug., i are m general'n
through committee this [
1per.v are happy on occasio were utterly! opposed to agitation; or intermeddling : a
fellow citr/'Mi that
arrive. w e warn our ( ourrights very tl'.soigimz. ii tu'; .
., from; the pulpit, essays and newspapers, which : to say, that on this momentous question they with this matter. They con*id';red it a I of sacred and will be i'be Ln'iil-ii, .\ PII..t
S property are maw .Mornuii\ of ttiv23tl
arc to be exclusively devoted to this subject 5nd in accordance with their the (]i3cre.ilits :
sentiments well
t own local question, which tho Constitution\ as tain I "-d. I Inc teieirraphc; n'I,,.. r. w h.ch will: t>efound nl
Tour committee cannot hut vicw this couiscon \\ arid of of I I
feelings a large portion the is every sentiment of humanity, I forbids them I -njionr eraitthat: : ; ZuruMCnrrrirmhad: '
; the part of the Abolitionists, as highly pre- I people ofthfj non slave-holding states, and to touch. Why then recommend a call of a Judiro( Pi'-kett! moved that: the resolutionshe -eveieiy '.-i''\ie.I'd, iiiit s. .sprctit IIfa : been

judicial to the good oidcr aid peace of the especially that enlightened portion of their convention of the Southcin states It would put sejKuatelv: ; which va. ;accordingly' don, I I us.,' more C 'unrrlfd: I with i Ih I..ril.<) : SI.fcualion.I\'inl"kef'!

slavn-holding States; and, should it be continued fellow-citizens, the people of New York. not only tend to jealousies between thy and passed with only two .sentiii!! voies.: I Ii. .i ISO sImsln'i,'\-'s tie: accom I Hf ,.1" .irli'ar ,.

I dangerous to the perpetuity of the Union From this 'lact, they augur much good; Uuth North and the South, but it would be givingan A resolution! was then passed to publish th %-I:"'rmm. B',:II\t rn.-s, S ,I.V t tIt ntllnr, appeat neatI : .

No one will deny that slavery is an evibut! must ultimately triumph, and to this end they i importance to the efforts of the Abolition preamble anti resolution* in all th. paper" ut de..t"tl'., ut tounn. Ct ri.nit uC N that Her

I! it is one which these States fouod entailed upon respectfully invoke the enlighttnee people of i jts, which -umstances do not justify. Judge the city; and another thanking tho ehainn.ni .nine.mt tn .ic ,'J.ljl'.ry., ito not legation i.cp.il: it !*.,. .", aj'tf a1l1rer)
I c :
them by Britain, and which, since their, independence the non slave-holding states, to unite with them P. said, he had an abiding confidence in the for his ondurt)! III presiding The meetin. 1'1' ...-, .-. to time stateoh' tiling heiriji O:. at :li'Prt''hen.,
P.Iside
has been of such magnitude:, as I in frowning down that spirit of fanaticism and intelligence and paternal feeling of his Northern then adjourn"d.From _nr. Bv tile M,..Irid. jo..r ,..ls,
', to sot at defiance the schemes of the most I If false philanthropy, which i is now gaining upon brethren on this important question, and I 5t., i. -i less a.'Xmei._ a > .e mrs :o tMt- been kit

t sagacious: for its immediate abolition. Many the feelings\ of loo many of our fellow citizens, viewing i it in this light, he was in favor of striking the Clinton (Jliisissippi) Gazette. ..l' lOt del'Idl' III'r limit s'r Mm. Lri GranvilJe

t I of the Stats have found it comparatively easy I and which threatens not only the peace, but. out the original resolution, for the purpose PUBLIC EXECUTION.( a 1, on b-iinriiay las', .m it.)' ir ci>iJi--ci: ,>Pt. jn pa.is .

1 to rid themselves of this curse.th slave was very existence of our government.That of adopting the substitute, as embracedin On Thursday( mornin) last, between hf !hours. .'. vviih hit: D. k.- de ,I3ogiie,,: the >ub ct of
I 'i,1\1 i .an.h'-t
vinco
is 10
I m lo
more valuable te their Southern neighbors, to the feelings of the people of the above tho two resolutions last ofl red.1 of 10 and 11 I o'clock, VINCENT, a mnlaifo trl.'tvlCllUg'flL : cml f ca.-h ..nl, tilt irroniif I some adValiCe -
I ; 0 \ out
whom he was sold, and when the \number was slave-holding states: may be fully and entirely I \ r. DAVID BRIGHAM from Worcester, Co. i to: the. estate of the. late Robert Bell, wtii I i tjvin: .. .-ntl t iiis xvorthv h.inc.. :Dff tit. .If' ra..r'u;>e valorous i.). _.._
reduced! as scarcely to number one it a known upon-tho slavery it exists Massachusetts l hung m I Has place ny the citizenbUlld.lI1t evi j -- -- \. ::5 '
: 1(0 subject as said, he gladly bore testimonythat ecu, m spite of M. Tlner's e.ijjerntsx |t.r, :J; cfli
denee of his in the late innrnctionary i
I thousand of their population, they were emancipated among us, and upon the project of its immediate the feelings of the people of Massachusetts partieip-tion t I cie.it mtervfiiUon i or vvii.it 1 lit m deiioiv.in.iips tunc
movements, having been furmsiied I the Com I
I by legislative, en.ictmcnt! and turned abolition as proposed by the Abolitionists were decidedly unfavorable to these fan- mittce: of Vigilance f ..mice .il'acicr 1 : avtc ime ;poigr CC mlmmr" v-elelievehrj!
appoInted by tie people IIf *
loose the community; and II the criminal Committee recommend tho I t L<. ( | t> success Intheito ) to the .
upon your adoption atics, whose conduct was calculated to create I Clinton, be was sentenced lo receive tnree !llfnI III contii.t dc'
rr.cord* of non lave: holding States arc to be of hc following resolution:
, i ndmillfd as evidence, they have been, and still Resolved, That a committee of two be appofllted considered slavery: as an'il, and\ he was sun United States, after the expiration of forty; d ivs.On I .\1 lul.lr.'I L.11h.n'I.'(..s a to me I tie forma rmarks.turn! ni'a \it Spanish
paper w
I continue tc be, an evil of serious magnitude by the Chairman of this meeting to I Iconcspond the Southern people thought it an evil also, \\ ethiic'tUv cvenin, Vincl'nt:1': ; carried out: I j i be iinme they have. S= |. it w.iuttl re not bedif t tI for

:I in these! : communities\ with intelligent and distinguished i nnd he beloved that they wished to get rid ot to receive his stripes; but the assembled! innlmiulewefe I hit'm'.11:1 gne-s r..elr.1IIt: U'--"t.I lOg l policy: from the

I The position of tfic slave-holding states is individuals of each slave holding state, requesting i it as sincerely as did the fanatics themselves. in favor of Iii uigiii, him, regarding t.t: sentence ..nineof w.nch; I Ine (Jabiiui: i C"n>ist.i. "Uncficria i iI

.1 different; their black bears a much greater : them to call meetings and to nominate : And whore thos-- fanatics? A few individuals the [ironounced of aaienr, lild., tn.il by the ap m ohitmtn: ? uftLe
punishment so enormous a crime .v vote
p/oportion to thcir while lopulation-1he..r- delegates! to meet at same suitable time who acted not from principle, but merely vvas accordingly! fairly; taken, and the han
hnvc) no neighbors to \\ hom I hey have beet and place! to take into consideration the ., l) tit. ;promised "British mxiliary, t Thepiev.i'enr '
pro to make a living. No man of'principle I party bad: ) it by an overwhelming majority, a. ;'oliicians 'rtE.
: >, howr.er.
J Tended-their owner.* have come to the inheritance percouisp for the slave holding states to a- subscribed for their paper, and if they got "P[ i !! say. He was remanded: to prison. On .1 LI A.mm ,opimo t :.moii I cannot.'t.i.ij( I Iqiisr.seems, : chief surfi .

; '11! them through a lonij line of suc dopt ill the alarming crisis. I Worcester the day execution, a still larger: crowd was .*<- ; owing
I
present n meeting; at not a single respeetitile !/ to ili:' ) i"reuibi hn of Toreno, Las
crssion; they have found them as they ate, The Chairman then said, th'.t if there was yeoman or store-keeper ould attend it, I -embled.: and 1 fearing" thai public sentiment innrlii .\ .nl.s!: = ,l"'lltlctII i.111 11'ler. r r11

nnd have: had: no agonr> in creating: their peculiar any person present who objected to the resolution and none would be seen at it !au' th fanatics I i !have changed: n. regard to his file a'"fer' everything 1 li: vv'ioif:: itt f.lt v.ilual te! machinery and build-}
!liivonhie !
; to I ihe culprit we; alleged, whic
; relationship to the unites. he would be happy; to hear his reasons themselves, who possess: : no iufiul'n'eVuat : Cuiild be sai.l, the vole was| taken. .m.i-f I rn' ,i'i'i n i ingot t \\ 11- 0.11, High, J.)tnsIIlistreefjjscrvS ; ;
their condition with rogrrt ne been bv tirc. Loss estimated
for
. 11 They contemplate dissenting from it. ll lf.Ytd at
: again! demanded! by the peop!'-. IM; i p 'su !l1C'C of :
:::q and would be thc first to embrace unintional ))' Col- FOSTER, of Georgia, whose remarks, ever.Col.. KNAPP\: said, that le.t it uiii1ht I be. supposed this!.. sentiment, so: uncqmvocallv! exj rested: he wasCil I 0.000/(. i iI
I O. IGth; uf.! UH ? :!, J.ipt. Ma 1 ?
; Jil n.I
.; ; plan to ameliorate: their condition. as well as those of all othei speakers, we ate : that the cU'rcynir.ii! : wvre\ favoraMi; ; to tue to a 'blick j'ickand suspended: ; to one of i it.-; LI Ii cleared lie: at I ti.e; : f Luiclmi: : having(tnktft
por
J-1 vlm-h would promi.se security: to the maMer, obliged to curtail, then addressed the mooting fan itics:: he would mention mat b1 h id s.-.t'I'a brine1 We ai.rove; | entirely of the proceed I rr 1" rariro of mnx'ntfr.'iu tie Towtr, "
;. t freedom nnd happiness to the slave. Your and rigTiie! people; have acted >pcrlv. Any mall t'll :applie.J
:1aid-That pn
I : ho to whih t
very unexpectedly came letter from tin town of.lIdllv.'r, .sj-; I by the I E.'ulisii! (, !tuf time service

1 committee do not believe this cnn bo effected j the meeting, which he would not have done, : ted that Mr. Thompson bad made everv. I r Ai.ei-i T !IL': be white. yellow, or tJI.Hlwil..> :lends. ; I I. me v_'.t-eu: ,1?>, ail LO\'t'lll.l'I,. 11 e sliip" m'3 dircrf to -
Ins Mid aid scheme f.tr
counte.i- to a l-nvine
.. L by the immediate emancipation and continuation did he anticipate such a resolution as the one foil to get up a mcelin!!, a ul .'livt'" scholars its ohj-Ti} t tiie: IitI"iIiri! .! villages: and towns,-and !ri!I agiua, .i i ii.f; .nl>!t,.;: are t 1.. he apj-Iieil topi'vnli i
t !
among the white: The black man, as the I which was reac!. As, however, be was at the out several hundred attended it; not one o- j ('.eiri.iiscriminatc butchery: of men, women ami I .. C militia i.it.r; -i>..tiit."<1 ruvilmci- nfp.tii i
Flav5 of the white him his labor and in 1 "i ,. O'l-t Miii'ar; .t. r ifl>> >fv m
gives meeting, he fell bound to express his dissent i the professors rouid be WIt to counten.i.iec it, 'I r.I: drC'n, sit rely; deserves an i ignominious death t pr'larllun. '
return receives protection support, and the from the rcsulut I He I lie who robs traveller! the l: f'lt L.i;'sc; t..zrttt-...' ;;'>.1' .i rqlr. !
: llu. objected to it in th and Mr May \\'mlS n-'vi-r asked to proai Inhere.jJ'n. a solitary: on hijih way: i 1 the rvenl ot Uie: rii.in.ire ..! I'r.tifiAifiU>crtTso.i

; coTifoits t of life; thus situated, there is a mu- first place, because it gave too much import ( Fi.otm.Noy of troruia, said, lhal h. of a feu' dollars: is doomed to suffer death.) Hw i .1 f PIIl. \\ : ..t j UN-IJ. ," tie; Grand!

i tuol d pl'nd'ncc'-shl1 he i\iewed as: degtadpJ auce to n set of fanatics, who he believed )had was ignoranl in what: form be shouldtddres much more then, is he doervinj!; of that punishment -. !;I DucnesMary.Iln, e .Jest 1 i .if\1 til' Emperor

i. ), and e t'ell1s himself inferior to the white. not the power to do mischief, and tin ivfore h, the meeting$ HUll! un irqaaintcd. with thoiiJ! tiefrfjutd: ,

l' : Thi, perhaps, has grown uut of his long cotitituied 1 J I would! not hold out such an idea to the coun- riiirounded' him, but he knew th-il they were ?a ain-l the! lives of an iinolicndmg com I i iimmity \vin':': nJ:-peti'i[ 1* I nee \;(td be uu.iiaiitt-ed; by

t t cf\'il\llle-'l.t\ it i is so, and we know try. Let the meeting but contemplate theconsequences \ mcncans, and that wag sufficient for him. j t it..I:. .id lrlsa: .
.., from experience that emancipation has not Vincent could) have: made important: di"l.II"t'rlt.sat :: :\h : t; tL\H.-I. Sitts: ; :) TIOY'S
; of this resolution it 1
; upposing (The speaker was here interrupted), and the en- the gallows/ but obstinately lefused Joi.jjr I enl cannot change this sentiment and frclisig :'to be passed: and that the Southern States tire meeting lor some minutes thrown into confusion alle! iiii' that Ins own death t being! certain: I it vv.niiJ i in H.\x.ar't.-ei[ :ilg: in ii.ec-e i'" :Iu..l, ut: : HIt'a ilt\, :It':': 'hllll'WUf linn

:f in thc white or the bK rk man In our whole !I I concun cd in it, and held a con.xention on the by a irenllcmaii named Green, (as our re prolii him nothin! to bring others the same fate, :j ::\ (;/3.. in, lr.I'I.: ", .. t.il t UII"IIY. \\vla''I. 9I

.1.:: comtry, this fact will evci influence our lcgi;. j borders of Carolina: or Kentucky; might not lorteras iiilormed,) connected with the abolitionists and that he should intorm; on no one. !j I lulil I it I UK-m G.lr of:C-MIII ii"-.io..eiN II t f B.Ijf.t1f; t?,

'1 : ]lators to cxclirdo them l fiom tho olHiirs. of govcrnnnnt j such a Convention of slave-holding slates:) !impress : who was taking notes of the proceedingsin I j I U .11 g'.a ll.stifct, f'r lite i 11..1.,1::" I'L cunsiilrnnsja

i and the refining ina'tf' uce of social i iintncourse the the back part of the meeting. Whether Mr.Green j for; the Dutct.irsj "
: country with the idea that there was From the Miildleloxvu! Commercial I Simi tine! I I I' 'I'lt')1 e.t'II."ml'lt": \ :
J i with the cultivated and virtuoun j juhito. was bldineahle: \ tor the excitement \vhic-h I t. Enjilatiiliiu, :; ie |'fcl to the proL'evih -
'" )1 going to be a dissolution: or the Union? Any I ensued, our reporter!:! unable to learn bu it i i I UNCOMMON: CIRCUMSTANCES.Tiie j. : tl 01tll.= U.1 soid iuit t b* forired =powersi>'fnttorneyby : -
idea
i : I of this sort was, however, mere gasconading ended ill his being t forctd out of the ] I I
rooiu.
communicated .
facts the following notice: ; i the ie Henry Fo iniltroyrin the tH'UIIf
Nothing can operate a revolution in the j and
r. nonsense. All the people of the I
t 7 Gen. Flournoy then resumed his 3p cch. are believed to be slrit'lhrnlt..>. Tlie eommuni- : i.ie Matt-ol time "l.ai'kni'. Is I'liwl! rdeaclliOr
: rhasto and d'-licate feelings of the highly polished I South wanted, was to protect their property. This was a question of deep import, and cation\ is from the partil's.lhemseh-cs, one of whom :i fuilhei claims on ilse par of tt.eBjnkof Kiig'anJ.:

k fcnrilos of our Country, \\lii.-!Li shall The South it-sulfwould not approve of such a came home to every man in the Union. It j impersonally known to US-. | A I..oluloa.IS. I : !mined and rarrifil ramjniouj.lv -

e make them regard tho African as a suitable: meeting, for the Southerners did not believe was improper to debate it prematurely, but it SINGULAR MAKKUGE -In Ihe month of January to u.eeiit-ct t lliat I till rnectinjr a-sn-mat! ''l)
companiojHVir the nuptial COUCh or thlt pilgrimage that the fanati'-s influence I I is) tlie ufl'lwlllhi the sum ol 95000oni /.
possessed any WHS nol right to impute corrupt motives:; (fordo- I : 1817, :Mr. Harry Rockwell and Esther Niics; pay .lll
; : : alTection which all anticipate thro'r' whatever. He wished to let the North see, t lug so. I lie would willingly believe that evei I i,I were united in the bands of 7nalrimony I by the t.;; of thr- pfi'cet-'is ot t Il t..tat in hand up fn

f' life, with a husband of their choice. that iho South relied it, and as for the Rev. Mr. \Yet, of East lIaUtj.tlu1.In j cotiilm I I I I ihat iue ta.mk ( Midland; return ti.ees- ,
upon
ry man, on both sides of'the question, wished I '. tale; arut.iil ibvidtud ilerl.neil, or tl Wdtdartrf, J
: Although some di>tinjmsned} exception- l fanatics he defied them." October J319, buine.ss called Mr. Rockwell! !
to act rightly, and when thc day art ived, winch to Savannah, from which he intei.iled 101 it.e proof' iiatlc; 2.J-I.-21J/j I I6-.. 1 d. aH\t asm
<< may be nlcndcd as! examples, yet tho black Col. KNAPP from Boston place to return -
I I agreed in opinion
was fast approaching, that the N< ith and in about ix months but union/seen circumstances tie ri sect to ut t > ock,8tc.atni' unnnto
l woman will ever be viewed with disgust by the with the last speaker and from what he hoard ; II"tTt'eh and 'II)
: tht.
I lu,777 t Ij. \i',2211.'
\ South would be b iter acquainted, there would prevented his return until the -lib of the 11 .ld 1'
f ? American gentleman when she i is:: to be considered j from all quarters, ho was convinced that the I/l''tS| aimIilst: scarat t&l.ite! nflhtuiry fIHn!"
be found some errors on thc part: of the form present month, having been absent 1W ytars: S *ii i
r, i as the wife of his bosom. of the, South I Iero\ aiul that the meet i, fully authorw! tt':
cause !
was every day gaining months, and 27 days. During his absence Mrs. ; HIT
11 i 1 er, and the Southerns, he trusted, would be ; lull! aud
4( Those considerations will always humble The Rockwell obtained} bill assignees to the airangemejit into
. strength. people of the North viewed able to exhibit to (tin people of tho North, facts a divorce, and' was: a se- carry
f, the negro, place him as you choose, bond or the question of slavery with clear heads nnd unknown to thorn, which would demonstrate co'id time married. With her second husband, complete llcct. hadaccniLil -
free who, for I now :- :she lived until! his: death t which happened the 12th Mr. 1lc; ; that the profits that
r ;: nmoug a people generations, honest hearts, and in his opinion it was better I that could : : to met:
be done
; have ben taught to view and to treat him as for the of the South nothing at present! :. Marco 1831, and from that to the piesent. time on Exchequer bills deposited
interfere thewIii.i
i poople not to I
towards emancipating; the slaves of the South. I she has remained a widow. On Saturday, the 4th. the claims of the Balk, mad rnnro titan paid \
from man's
J degraded : high cstste. Those with
them. thfj
; As to the fana'.ies, they \s ere only i legal incurred m resisting ,
I.:. Those who advot.ate immediate abillition, ate I ult. Mr. Rockwell! arrived in Chatham: East t xpeuies
considerations your committee humbly con flies upon the lion's mane:, whir he could shake 1 !j of I' of England w.'iicli; rtcccted:
it | Hampton Society and fount! her that
most ccitamly: wrong, us is impossible at : was once I call 1'1lank
t tf.: ceve operate: pouerfully in creating a motive whenever it pleased him. U ho' were tho.efanatics I present; and their conduct in reference to ,the I his wife, m the ssme house in which he bail h:1'thel 5,000/) In'tl I Iht 17 adjourned. .

t for viiinous\ and exalted action in all mankii.d, ? Addle-headed fools, who could find is alike both the shve in the year 1817; and on Thursday: afternoon SP.\IN.-A I letter daudOnate, Jiiue5u.tMhead
question, injurious to tliedfepers'u'ii -
t\' and the impossibility l of attaining to these no other means of acquiring glory, than E b\ the 9th ult. they were again united in the bmndsof I quarter* of Don Ca -os| ,) a IlounCl' tleI
and the cau c of This bo and
: ( while remaining among UK! whites of this pouring) out their dollars, and speaking about humanity. BUY taking matrimony, by the Re\-. Mr. Loper, of Middle ; of the army of'r'cri. Esjnirtero
1 bold but it is nevertheless. I Carlisf whcrt-they
ground, tiue. Hadilam. entry of the into Toloso.
A whorl but
country is a powerful argi.'ment'hv the negroes what they know of. In former times : ) comprehensive address, oi
.,... nothing The interposition of those who write againstus i was delivered on the occa bn. i I suiti to h\; fiend W9J cartridge, a piece:
peimitted to remain: should cou'i-:' Ji was certainly believed that the Southerners cause the slave to be disobedient, and his I artillery, anil! other Ilui Insofwar. Desertions

flue as j vy are, the slave of the white man I usd:: the whip too often with their slaves; but master is obliged to chastise him; and thus Like Noah's dove, that from the ark arc said! 1 to take: place in great iiiuubers: Uom the

Bssucfc 'lhere i is an interest to prelect them;; he had been in tho South himself, and he did the slave and the owner are mutually injiued. t \\ as sent forth all alone, I queen's armies to tho.e of'l.tT ('tH11IClllM. .

this relation destroyed, experience teaches us not beii Vc iht:: there ever was a people in p lie t found no mate to cheer his heart, A letter tla tel June 10. iU0UnCe. the captnr.of !.
inhuman
Was it teach that hu
not to a man : i is i is tl loubti''
that their condition is bin Until he did Bilbo, by ZuuiaLmcm rr:. but this
little thought of by treatci! with AS much humanity lie return. gl : l
bondage miserable, and that he is a whip-galled si l ive, 'L'.e Carlisle said to have CU5LICIILtimeiumselVe !
:
those among whom it is their unfortunate lot !bHicved that the peop.'e!' of the South would, troops .r! 1
which is unirue? Let the man alone! and he veIl at Tolos.i; offering no nlIYstaUI'
to b cast. me day or other, see slave) ,";' at an end, but knows not that he is a slave; for his chains; As INTERESTING INCIDENT.-Fourteen years to the inhabilnnts., _

lour committee cntinnt but view with alarm the people of the North did not want fc force arc so siJky, that if they cannot be burst asunder since. in an obscure neighboring village, here A letter from; Uarcelon.i. announces a !levy Itie imasse' -

The promulgation doctrines touching the im them prematurely to it. If it was beliuVod for like :Samson's, he feels them not. It is dinerently mi liL he seen a lad ol ordinary look, ind ol an in- .at Lampourdon, and the' capture oi .
mediate abolition! slavery. These disseminated that fanatics marked character. He was of poor {parentage : mills of laUreZClut"111gsIX Ifun qU':
are a moment the could injure ihe r powder
: said t slaves get no equivalent for their services u
iu and birth :
humble! and had claims beenperiorn.ed
in iio upon tals of saul to hive:
pamphletsj. seimons and of the powder,
ncxvspapr.is people South the of tho North
men :3erted that hey do.
J Ic : They were temporal wealth or greatness. His: time was mentor:
occupied the 30lh of Maj, by silllululldrcll:
among our slaves, creating a disvon- would put their feet upon them, and crush out d d had no care for the as the tjme ot in the !
fed and cJoi.! :i:? morrow boys country usuallv uiauded by El.Kus ; htther tl.:
.4: tented and insurrectionary\ spirit; from igno. their venom; and if a servile war should ever ; when thev >'.'eiit to bed, they slept soundly is, working alternately upon the urn in'summer, Carhst or ChriMumve .re!: not inlonmd; prubilily

'p'. Mnce, they cannot appreciate properly the arise in the South, let the men of the North be without fear; that o:1 (he morrow their wives and attending be village school during the winter the former. .

difference between their condition as slaves but called upon, and they would trample it I or families would be in want, f lor they knew months. But there was in the bosom of this) uu 'A note is published frcm the DirecteurPannes iD"

and freemen. The change presents somethingnew down at once. (Cheers.) { pretending boy; a latent genius, which the monotony ai Bau.nne, to r ,e chamber of conimerft.announcin.r '

and their imagination pictures to them a Colonel SPARKS said, that the resolution to that a l kind master would certainty provide for of country: life could not quench, and an energy -that the whole of the IrUULiCrTh 11
them. This was not the case \ ith nuiuy a of character which needed trdosand '
\ only the force of
futurity of bliss which the Session oftheUarlists, except
of cell >
experience oomancipated of the ] po.- .
a meeting :slave-holding states had )
white in New York who htf circumstances i: ( draw it out. He the transfl1'nhissuoli
man although t.p was ytt young, coa, and consequent I n>lubitin ;
negro never yet realized still they been drawn, not with view of ,3
; a giving thft fan I I SCC
restlessness
but the of mind still'iimna'ture .
desire did ten times as much work as one man ot'c. a vigorous of any merchandize which may
: the change, and to hasten its corning atics that importance thep so much desired, lor, often at night did not t know how he could co'.ild! not jbe subdued. It wanted more scope iiiuiiitioiw of war thmu h any points DUIU 0.

they concert schemes and conspiracies, dan but for the purpose of laying before the Southern food for the The resolutionwas and expansion, :j and it longed with a consuming this is by order of the Frsnch giiveninient.. .

gerous to the peace and often to the lives of States facts, on which they might act undersiandingly. procure inexpedient, because morning it would make the desire, for enlarged duties and a more energetic There was a rumor a Madrid, 'oa the -t::0

i their owners which but for these publications The men of the South had no life.; Petmyles.'i and but poorly educated, this boy June, of Carlisl: or msur-ectionarv moVeflefh1 Co.

::. they had ncvei, thought of. The denounce idea that a crusade would be got up against slaves more refractory As to colonization, determines to l li-ave his huuibiiome! resolving, ai near time capital as Cuema: or rather Let\ce.Db ut

.: ment of these conspiracies always increase them, or that in spite of the Constitution an he considered that plan had failed, for there the same time, _never to revisit it mail he can do enca and Aranjuez; but ;t seems to \11

': the rigours i of their discipline, abridges their would be marched them were now eight hundred blavcs from Virginia it with honor, and in possession of a competency. t Uula tion. *:A

c ': nnd draws closer army against or that ready to depart, but there was no money to Many years have elapsed, and a week or two The Memorial des P\rencss of Pau,wiiiChthle Sp:
privileges, and
more op the patriotic people of the North would ever them :since, again he'returns to his home. He is taken place at m
convey to the promised land. To tell : : early : battle has Sah-aliefr. theQueen's
: f": presaivcly the bonds of slavery) ; for this, they permit it but it Was intended the resolution unknown Villareal has again'
-1f ; by the slaveholders that they must freo their lo all, and is recognisedby nobody. He C'arlisi General I, baten haS
arc indebted to the AbohliunisU! ; self other to i is at his J father's "Even but tin onl adva.rained nl" .
preservation amongst things, appeal t8 the slaves, would be in other words their a stranger : own fireside. tro Ul|)s; :
c forces it upon the master, still for this people of the North to discountenance the telling the mother has forgotten her own son! That tirst by i', has lx-'en a 1umntiIyot'arfl1S31"3'; !

he is denounced by the Abolitionist as a t)rant, sending 01 pamphlets amongst tho slaves masters that they should work for them, for it interview was painful in the extreme; but the disclosure o muijitit'P, an d.l w hurt es. A.urrcll)1 oc-

.: an oppressor, a wretch, delighting in cruelty which were calculated to stir up rebellion a- would come to that if the slaves lived and let of his name, which t followed, was touching certainly lakcn place at Pompebmfla.l I 1'lie pO.casoued .

; .. and tortnic. In their masters live. If a free colored man ly tender and alfeciing. It was one of ihose: scenes: by be dearness ot 1)rlvisjoflS. ri-
them.
of wore
{ at the
mon somo South the
committee parts I caused such dangers in Philadelphia, what in life when the human heart becomes liquid, and I pnlation i is still suffering severely: ,.und : Zuma*
Your cannot this the {
of
black
quit bear
*. subject part population an alarming would be the situation of the South if she set pours itself! out like water. After leaving New olent! disturbance than U e last w'lealrib' [ u.OOO'j'acairaguy '
r without adverting to tho fact ol the warm and proportion to the whites, and with such leadersas England he South marched '
her millions free.V e cannot send them to went to the turned his band, ba- to "?t-asaidis i J J ci
:t.: ,. extensive support given to the schcme'of were likely to lead them, they might d/> Africa we cannot afford to work for them will Yankee adroitness, to various pursuits, 'tra nCI and 12 pieces of cannon, and : ;: rteitermined

I ( Ionizing the fret blacks, by the people of the much mischief. It was to enable the peopleof ; ; ded a little,' 'kppt school,' Studied law,' and finally to besiege it. Hie Car us is 3rT { .-* "
1 ,10'3.tn
I and ask will take
now '
; eluve-holding etnles, as an evidence of their the South to check such: evils that the resolution you, you your portion I becoming successful and! eminent in hIs profession have conducted ihemsslves weH! I left jtme!
of them and provide for them? (Cries of no, was elevated to the of'a At the sick who were'hospitals
anxiety to ameliorate the condition of the was intended.: I dignity Judge. i They have respected ,hia 'e 1

black man. They believe that the work of Judge PICKETT from Alabama, next ad I no.) As soon as New Yorkers can launch the early age of thirty two, we find this poor pen ) and their acts vengcaoce market plact.

KW out their cash to us, we shall rid of nyleas New England boy, enjoymp an eminent I I: conlined to burning in eH-ry on the distill.
that
be our
__ emancipation should; gradual, those dressed the meeting. The Uate of his health get a
rank
w oftalents; in possession for wealth, and now v s i of the principal inl-abitazlt : h'
ttP
'fM who are colonized on 'the coast of the mothci and a want of preparation, should, he said, ad- slaves; but until then, and that you are ready seated on the; bench of the Supreme Court of I sich c"islwd themselves by her dp\"otPlucs lo I

country, should be enlightened by the white monish him of the impropriety of Baying any 1 to take your portion of them, piny lei us! alone. l Georgia.Nrhampt.n courier. I ?queen.x ',.





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!. the OOn .tul&Onat from New r. York by bail with pleasure the first step towards The following wicked anocdote of Yan : _-_ _ _ _ .1L'0,__' ._ .:.-f. ,1t'[
a. ;:
no papers .:
-A. :
eceivea ; = ;
We vasterday; and are therefore inhc [ operations on this great and na- kee 'tin .pedlar, is too good to be lost? we tP
mall, ti!Readme Room for the following } work; it shows a determined spirit in found it In a corner of an old paper the other I .

JfM l'd fi formed the Room by the ('on-. to proceed without loss of time, day:- [COMMUNICATED.] :r.-. -' I : : }-,
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l'J'tsrrrpt ( Post of the necessary preparations for active Before the SERANADE. '!-!. :. ';:
Voik Evening disappearance of the Comet
New Wake
in
to the In the lady wake! thy lover's flute i ;'
fIea:1on: )( : ) space of a short time, we 1811, many thought the world then Souuds ; :
was
to
sweetly on the .
30tb:- to go and dine with balmy air; ;J
i
i.iv up
our neigh- nave
VS LATER FROM .:G LAD.rIGOr friends in an end. A tin pedlar, firmly believing Wake lady wake! his sweetest note f.
Ia Mississippi, and on the this, procured Ion! Now $ (: f .
a gf 'orrum, drank until he' arbbn. floats to .
Roscoe, Capi. thine
I.' Tpo01 packet hip day return to supper in our own house. could drink I greet eaj. 'f _:
Tnc files of no longeiand fell asleep. Awag 4 '
ha. arrived; bringing copious I Wake lady wake! thy lo"ers"OWS "
observing this and the fellow ,:
panO 24lh June.Tav From the Boston knowing
Jo dJof her sailing Morning Post. Are
softly breathing in
the
music's
the
thought
staJa
of ;
; day
ln LIVINGSTON'S LRTTER judgment had come, ; .
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;If' into execution t TO TilE Due procured Wake lady wake! let '
for canying nor those '
vo Ts :
The States is some dry hides, and laying them on him, ::
United
and the every where received with So
France sweetly breathed be
; bdu-ccn ap covered him breathed VXQ : ,
-, ah{ over with straw and hemlock .
J puU.hcd in the Montieur on the and the grounds taken in it will be I l green ..;: 1:1
,
1\ .officially t by the united voice )f the nation. l boughs, md then surrounded him with Wake lady wake! tine eyes so brig!it ... 'v. J.

': hJune. f i dry brush, and set them on fire and behind Now gently closed in
has ,
7ihw.. died in Tendon on the 1 ISthHjntho73dvenM alreidy made hersc1f'ridieulou bv balmy sleep ."J
!. C OJ nf.TT: I the tin man'* cart, awoke him blast from Are fit companions for the "
>(fm.saie. she pla\' d in this matter, and will by a night ;
one ol his
British r.1I tiaml'nt, was still engaged l I hersell still more so, if she persists in himself tin horns. The pedlar, thinking When moon and stars their vigils jeep.Wake 1 ?
The : l no longer an inhabitaut of this lower
,h,. !U hirct of the :Municipal corporaj)0'l I what she has no right to a"k for. I world, exclaimed lady wake! the time draws neir
.:; ) u- J ) :ill never ohtain-an apology for T'umrksI I, lick "ju.U: as I expected, in Hell When ]lovers vows arc oftenst hr: rd; ,.

tl" ; o f'1' iat'd to have iain- I m.a document, of whose exi-l'-nce I I enought"I I Wake Those lady wake! oh! wake And bear 0 ,':
ht' Qat'rD i i vows of love in music
victorv; ovor Ion <":ironr.ir! I ; no right fo lake official! cojinizanre. I I A mo- H.B. :.
(1Ecj.jVC
( covc-cd \ ithalnin-500 j rests with her. Averse ci- ynung person once montined to Doctor ---J-.-_--___; I
cvy;;;; The 'cld \ n. our Franklin -
i i (I his MARRIED -
:: I surprise that the possession of '
are to war, when the issue com they j: On the * rfoflCt*. I|: great riches should ever be attended Mr. Woburv, Mr. _
i with
I t I it, ohjctioniblo; it be iii i undue JF.rKox AAIKJR of Shell
LovnnN, June _2.Pmranrnt as may j sahcimdr Point, t. l\Ii M. 1
and
I to national I I ; instances a merchant WASHINGTON \VRItI'l', of
dishonor. GatlsdcR
l ft off at They can
Securi'ios an improve'nrnt who, .. Of S uth} CflInty.botJ
the although in pO:; ,f-s wn of tuboun'Jt d' Illtl.'occ Ciu'oLir.a.
cent. 'There was a reaction 1 I funncr-the! latter, never. N:1): trrtat tack !
1-6 : we.ilth fir
of Per { New i was as busy, and much "*ious Cupitt toConsoliditi' J .
more
\ r1ferson.
r 1-2 3 mil in fivor, of Cortex Bond", I York Morning Herald, in speak th.in the 'ashin-ton. anll nlltfit-ati.n
a per most assiduous
.f2: clerk }
li/s counting
) Mr. in
Livingston him the -- -- -
:(d 1 11.2 pt.r rrnt t in !the various"nd : Poringuest I i pys following hls The Dr in reply. took an tipple from -- ,

?oulh American Securities.LIVEUPOOI.. : : t<>0 <...>. l._. 1..4, ....tJ .rVAM.t-.. .. i. S. .'llZltl aU TU o S ,
., Juno 23. has clood bis clouded! diplomatic ca the room who couU 'J
scarcely r\l..p; it m his LAXDSFOR: SALE.g '

COTTON -The d-rnnn I limited sniVsfxcrrta I rl (true brilliancy. The noble, hold,, and lr mnd. lie then give it a second, whi"li! til ed | r HE uJ"l"ri'er! li.n-jii : :

1500 hal>!. IJusine-s of past; I l contained in his note to the the other hand; and ffioostng a thIrd remark i! h .\rr.'s..1' LAXD, lying purchased upon the U.J % e C. anic I1 I
->
I' rk/ 1-8 12 3.R 5,700OrWns I Minister, will be responded to by all able for its size and '. >f KCM! River in Texas, and
4.O BoriJs 10) a : ; I bjaury! a* d! [presented hating in :)sscssio, ..
t C'lutir-n.-il
10 a 150.; 2.950loliJ<, Alabama: I nl and talent throughout the coont t that also. The child, after m.inv iiic-tl},.;ctufil | frcia the! arvi dulauthenticated tides o'* the same .
!) } There be mistake. Presi- I Mexican UoTcrDinent will be ir
can no The Tullahas- I
) :3-4 13d.SA'lTKDAY.ArOUST. to hold the three ..
ndTcnn's(, 0 a attempts apples. ttr"pt th" '!- i.i Scptnnbcr '
| n xt, when and where I
will dis-
the head e
as of tho American
-:0---.,- 1 --- -"- Republic, l last on the carpet ansi! bur- t into t''t..ir"S :i' <,' I.a part of the same upon liberal an i reasons'btc -
( the right of the French Governm-nt to t'-rms.
t there said the
Philosopher "is Inti
a m-ui:
FJJORl Il ; : ?I so him, ;m'iIJ submit to no' such inso with more riches in the world truyi ho Ttliosu who arc infoimcil, of the enc ding rfch- I
can en- I
i n ess and l.'f j
l fertility the Ittrf
1 I ( front any quarter This is the Hirer kinds it is umiec -
# jl'.LA.i1l, the whobi Ho i is joy.j vsary ti i say aiy thing. But to those who are un-
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corre r'n ence. II jt JrI'.t.lof ttU .
i l'.ullry: { % anti have not referred
15.TV This! is no parry question-it is a na-1 I NEW PLAN or STEAM BOATS.-We have been thc I.\p t"r: its JMI icul.u- loeatiou, I niB say, thes.to "

-- --- -- j ] 'I one, involving honor, character, feeling shown, by Dr. Plmtou Philadelphia, plans fir 1 laial !Ik within rlrce or f lour, TarS run- of a steam ,
: I
-- '- :I and reputation 'le! will be .n entire new mode navigation canals shallow boat to till great Citv of New Orleaus-thu they ar' .
sup :
ihf loii t :
al""! fui' viiut 11\\Htlic, p"ln siiut il >it-ic-i-ii th 3tl
S. I : j. waters rivers &c. : and 3HU decree of North
which"that !
the J i is the
p. ;,: vl\ "''ir i;l.J\ ilru,.' Jii-'a-jn* :ipjvar.iuco t.fTL t I by whole country. gentfernan t La tit tide, in rhr I : s.-une Ilf Petit Gul ,
I i i .l nnto:. The principle is the propulsion of boats )h. which i, ron
,. !'txisiu< xe.4 I s i.erf.tthc boat C:,-ttoi region of the who i
: 1 '' I I: by means of water tight revolving cylinders, fur- th o Glo1.etfat 4.
[ From the Sclinn Free Press. I y are ant h as u>j lands the face of
':."* Ti.'I' M Hi VT a.l YINTEV. vail I '\ : :[t Gs TUoT.I LUCE "rowncuI.I.v.-I I'bhetl i with pauVHes' One of these cylinders I is I the ('itlli1 d cxii-mlm; from the upon rive lurk f I I ;placed at each CUlt of the boat. and both (: !
"I } : '. Vy-J. .ji dC.I(1<:< 'I ;!( il 11 h..k u.lfltt2tiW | l : l hear candidates for office agieo in pol- acting aa 'I t.Hiiplcni'-nt to a \Vfll xvnterrr' lien I II thy, in.d erverallyPrjtiuj I
biiyancers and pro 'ors' ; they eifcct, as >he inventor cimatry of exceeding fcriility--tlut thewt
I
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Ti. f f aJ.; h t\'( a ..,:.,,>,1 .'H. "lIal I. j I every man whom they converse with I very satisfactorily demonstrates the important l.uni l: art iol S4.by't ID overflow as those L,w dowij. 04
\ : much hk principle. object} ; impelling-f rhe boat over the sir-; !: in LClu.\IIl1.\-th-.t in iLe nt-i" hborhooJ of thcsV
ii' lh1..n! i1, l'Jti.It"r.1pt'l'
: "II" 411
r.ca-ii: i.iwv.tJt < 1.
< > 'PAwr.fUt.t. i I to hear rm-n denounce others for I i'lHee i: of (the water, wit-nut having) to overcome tIlt .tlIl'2 >mt io 3U4M Ills of seed coUon.is i i-otln'np un-
; ::4 V. rh sUii'-L} tin.'X4-"-jitiv .1tk I common to lx art
I which themselves great rt citaj c encountered by the usual method I r to the acre. A. an -vidcnce of 1
of-it
:':,3't, "f d..' :.,nf, nh' C ndl'iJ: ,; tet Ulu1)tht: th'-y are gUilt : of l\\f\ \ilits'! of ilu-ae .*ndg, those upoathr sidft
I II i 1 forcing it ihn>u jh the water. The current cre- ( Of posit
: : : l o much I rf i the
T!, iv.uf T.l'Jahi1l1' I like-coHSis/eacy. river in fie United
:: 'i.I I.ut
the action
f
by ot tlx tor ward cvlmdcr
::.::vr: :i,".jj < ia t7tp'4u.3 ii'-jr Hs of vct-ivm:: tin- | I j : to see young men in a hot summer's I under the l passesentirely I the! wi.l.h of the- ral-r b--Wf'en, *res*.Iliac u froru 520
>*nt. and by lilting it aids t*> S I 10 When
.- U'U'J'ifc /: 4ijt ooimtiy flit ud1-. l..v.v uai i1 1" I ) I I t',rlon"s on, stalhrnc. about the streets I in impelling it lor; ward. up f with per I the are.confiJtiitlit Uicsc tuct are kr.o vn, tcrcthr .

J ::11.lIt.l.t jiK"'un? *.ji '\.cht.b! ">i.f li/ih mat \ j i umbrella in one hand. and a cane in I Dr. Plant u's models, kc. were siir. nittc,l to a 1 try soi/i lo t e United r-ittcipated Stutts, teasivn it will o/u that blin.lnisS country "

': "3 v'ici: P M. a: the Court Bvu't' in Tillah-jr-: j I j t -it looks so very genteel. st-lect committee appointed by the last ItgiNlature I I'I, ill unr iiuzuiH in not ar once securing, 'IT .. paltry f.

f ] j to see young Indies peep tbre the of this stale, who rt-romtneniicd them to tl.c favorable -aim, l.uiiU winch rj-e atJ will be vrortt countlessmiiMit J

; of hall-opened: dfHS and windows to consideration of the Canal Boani. The !I r)II'.,!.iT.l!;
,
I* .- s "::1 r'ihr: : an.mnh- the prr ritrnii'JjTion ofLi I i Board have since expressed their appr"hatim ofi [ t J uJe[ (' of the rJbove lands lh" suI-;criler.n.s.
) :, .fillTHh. t5 vcn\t aiiil other fnro- a glimpse a' thc young men and then I a siiot) .iiid i/hco.tial connection in i j -
r ( I: Hur 1't't"ff';. Gf tbz' h-r :;ut1iiy: Uh i ) ? I they come into their presence, appeal | will aflnlllim; means of prouni ; ni>d fur-
;: : I I!>. -il is so admirabh. I I IIihLflg good luat t' titles, \\ hich !tew if any rus-ess.
z: ::jf s a'j- 'tI.J ijjt. Ta"a'i! Imusing of Dlll..u
:." W u'ri I.1 !<". .-"'nn* lumU-r Jr dil'} 'ci-ii,truc"i. ,. ] i f ]|I to sec ai free dinner those first down I Ii !: : tells! u" of a l.orsemnn who ArrhWshop havinj! I lo.t his- I A II IIS[ I : THO.1 Ivt' JEFF REEN.. J.- .

*: of -dtvlI! ,!*. .,i\A\ ct.ros tnvn a* tl,.* price olJ i: j : !I i '. pay, and chaw with in-fght and main i l lvay, made a complete circle; when the 1irst round' I iNOTll'h. J.I

:4;"1 (. 3lll\H .{. "%}1i II'" '"ffict"'J1a 'ti1 .,1lf'r ii'ic'! l ; I such a high derree of decency. i i i i was finished seeing the marks of a ln>r.sefs honfe, ', ITlf lLL !hI' s-ild the

,..fc<>irhh.itiji, ,1 of r<_*"v .TW \Jd.. ]Live; it in ar 1-. ; : ? !) ) I! to sec plenty of churche- with no mi :I''and never dreaming that they were tlio.se ct" Ins 1 j: V V lie minion eo in th-r fsi city lf October of Tan!!nt mssee at putt, tillS. f .

t.mdnll \' i 5? ii E 10. at liLvh pri c- |,r'pnd] !" j I,,I to preach in thFm-it looks so much ![ own beasr, he ri-j 'ccd, and said, "This at k-.iM: I I: f"lIuwill; dt scril; -d Kind.if( not previous. di:poscd> t. ,

_\Jj.! \'h1 hV4 t' ,J-luL1-! I i l good disposition of charity funds. 1 i i cht'\s me that I am in some track;" wl'rii the-: I.I I: f-f at private s.ie) \iz. the E. J of N. E {. S, c. J2. f

f \v f'fl'S:11W v44; '1'.' cmt" .be a .li uU iha' rii Jl:: |, \ : i to of stand I| second circuit was finished, the signs of travel TowiH.iii I, Bane I 1,3 & \\ The W i if. E.

t (Mi lw tu l'La': :;;nr111'. '(VK'1JJ..J Mn .n.t! :i14*: 'I see a parcel youg men be II were doubled, and he said "=.H':, surely I am in I Ii l.h'i c. r-2, T. t, Rn 1 S. & \\-.. and the W. I of N. .J_
J !.' : t church door, at the close ()service, and I : beatenay' ;" and with the conclusion of ;, W. !. 't c. 7, T. I I. Ra- 1. S. 4" E. '
: .111tt'\11' 'intV.vKi : d
in this iminodia\ i i ichc every j,
I
.. 4 boast.'e j female full in the fare, as they pass: :'! round the marks increased, tiU! lie was certain he > Tin- nbovc 'fti.Ji Iir within i ne nntl-a h ill miles of' i
\\1f1 .JJ. 311.1 \ \ \\- nit" w'.,'IUT < and 1 Ini-nv : TaIIII..ls'iud
un % ny ; ; will J b sTd the .
; looks much like III tfdin. ? on foliorinircondi! "
!I so good \!h must be in some well frequented tltcronghlTire, i I
c "':Hu'J\rb.'t'f.l'JI'n.tk.ii'l our<'i>lru ', n'u1! ih.it It: f:".tis, \i.i ': Firrhur rrfd dollars! cash, the balance Ii f ,
:: !,rJ'jllfuf; ?(h.ul,", fji'i.i" th' m..lquj} ,: nuii.'j'i 1 for your especial benefit, Mr. Editor, 11\land! approaching a JPUtIU; tc.wu; but he was alt !t: 1 I'i m.jiitlis tTfdul with nppro\td noo be irin, inter .1 1 "
I. add I I II I i I the while ridin after his horde's tail and .
I like to see sub'.criberforget to deceived l !i ii eit fi ')n duv' ('1'sale R PARISH.uii. '
I a jficfrt..nJuJiyd of ejn nnvns.t< nJ'ljir',1! I
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> i, l Printer i by the track of his own erroSo it maybe with 1 j ji \ .. 15. 1.tl i
it must be \I I
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a: it;; ri-iij'.tiicrauos: : i<\ uur IJI"IH }H'/pub' :! I -- really so encour- _______. ____ 'I
who
; : i I I i ramen puisne their own t.-i'.es! in iIluihcircuit3 I *
: ODSKRVEE. j FOR SALK -
1. : thf! jvvi: iti't-t t)1'Ct1&.J are ::t.ta1JM1ct' .1. i \ : I i: rctvxpi per.and i reviews repi-aiin\ the! ,
t-' ,;tt:1 lHllJ 1,0'jnuJ '11itw1r"tlnjttJ !. same error till they become bit l F111ST I r Ue fnr.nly of Negroes, rcivistn ; of fc
s->
nuguticii: .
,, ] DANIEL 0'0-\\ for his asto man: a"'out 25 y.':irs (if h!;(', a giKnl Krirklayer;
: I!. "'rgb: : n.d tftt pq u'jour S'ars! old
:' :r.' f3'vTt j ,. ; : ablc, and outrageous abuse of Ameri- : J
f :> i i proof that they wcn: going right.-E.L'flmilll'r. With hr; e likely children} two of wine 1 ar; large .

j ; I and his own cc untrynvn in r ; "lImt.., work. rvf terms and frthetparticuLir ',.

.. Ti. 'n ntjtlJ G)1 :..l1ll.I1 .t ,1, Y'c- 1 has received thc universal condem I! How TO BE RICH.-Nothing is more ; .ii'T'lv 1 to Win. W y\tf. or to the subscriber ,: ,
easy
'::1 ;,' (:" 'I"j." 1 h < I : .
uc'.via' .f the
; 't \\;: pankT ; of them He is PETER MA3 U1EH.MonticcHo .
lIran fallen
than to rich. It is
,. press. grow only to trust nobody
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vh aii >
jiu viciiui '
aaK" in 1
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..k44. :.. ._1 i't. .... :r"y-;. '.. JlI"\'f W1l1 trlmu1.ilII'aI t.:HI I public estimation on this side the Allan- j -to befriend none- to get every thins;, and f J\isu,8 !'ini.irtrr section of first rite Lat d, situates .
y t can his former friends account for his all on Uic (. cill.\. Jt-fltrson
:l ::'l''r <"::," :hl t t.,/ nrr at ;i1.h a--n. f lH' |j save we get-stint ourselves & every body : co._ _

.u:1'a:: : ; 11.t\ hvavy ii.ta <':i S.ujd! :17 :uny haJi''jt ; I II and ungrateful conduct towards a beon! \.in"C" to us-to be the friend of no man t, S tra ycd or slolerviA "

.'. has been, emphatically ar asylum and have: for friend-to
: iitnwt.jiu-: cutinn I I no man your heap inte.rcst ,' the subscriber w the 2o\ll; -

j I ( I suffering and oppressed of his country ;, upon interest, cent upon cent-to be July last, u bright I ay llors?, "

T.1"" r1.11! i \nri"r..f ilo Tnli iJc'.t \'c'U.1';J' t j\ and where they at least have found that i mean, miserable, and despised for some : about 15 hands hi;i, between

:"." '.. n neMj'ut.uii ".f iL<> (:,,;I1UUlh.1:' 01 ciu-i-% | which he derides and scoffs at.Alex- I twenty or thirty yejirc! -and riches will come 12 and 14 years old-anypcr-
will
\1: :. f ] s-m that gi\e; iiformdtiotlwhevc
i I ".n-i-: r.'in.iis ; Gazette. .
disease and T'
J as sure aj disappointment. And _- __: _ LIT is or def vcr hiin to :'
CO.MMITTKE) : OP (.11 ZE\. : I I I when pretty nearly enough wealth i is? collected _Uo mc or :'r. 'Dart:15 \\'ilham!

J I I Amoetmirof irV rommiitiM. of Twe.niv- From the North River Time 1' by a disregard of all the charities of the I : h.\Il be suitably rewarded.D.C.CLARK.: I
.
. IJn"nppintedbv I th' ntiz.-ns on Monday j [ \ DIS ARY ( 'lIU.\IST A :.--Oil human heart, and at the expense of every: I
'Was kid ('stnd:1\: ; ,I| (c 1 of f l'lt w.-ck, the hands employed in I :- 52... I 'j
) nt J2 o'dndTh I enjoyment save that of wallowing in rilthy:vu _- _ v OJ
rn..' of Mr. J--- - -m--f -l t
can arraninfMii with tinl'o>Master: ; Harman Lydaker, situated; meanness, death comes to finish the work; 1 I Five Hundred DullarJcvrard..
HIlt?': t rjfi I.Srdmous : I the high range; of mountains% below! i
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Paniptjli-ls I or oiln-r inrrnshall l 1 the body is buried in a hole, the heirs dance: I 7IIERKAS a most atrocious murdei
4at' was committed ]
; !,? : i i : Landing in this ",%
,
t'IIJr':1tirJfj" were I
be i,.-n-d or forxvir-: county a"l: over tt, and the spirit goes-where?-toI upon the b-dy ol"my soj LITTX.E.
: t f
't.On? thn PuMt Office in this ritv-and ( : ; ) by the cry of murder! nrocccdinc TOM BITAN. on the 19rli or 2(l. IbvlIt F ,rrnrva, .
p-- - -- -- - '- ----J --
:, '? .illt'd a .Su'i.Committee' to take proper t \ 01CC, but wr-rt totally unable to dis-I MORE METAMoumosiNc OF THE SEXES.j .- [fth'y( 1831, by JOHN BK.MBltY, thf' a citizen j
of Florida And whereas the the
::;Id 1S1res to elH'ct that object. The plolllpt{ ) !1 1j source from whence it came. At the ; black being, called Sarah Thompson, -and I of Florid.lill: thereafter, Ltovernor tsmc his o. *rocl.ima Territory -. J

rnf'rll'llc tnanii.-r) in which the Committee I, i ; ) ) the ciow of the sloop Henry I dressed in female upparel, was taken to the up- tion, oflcnn? a reward of $iUU for the apj rahensiou

Ila\C prorCl.'ul'tlw( hi.li character and which was l passing down thc river, I per police on Sahu day, charged with stealinga of said Bembry, in order that he rigit! be 'brought ti. ,
.
tan I of the I i ( suspended at I the side of the and the justice: Ant' whereas the said John Bcmlr: y has no;
lo.m. Clp'Ut'n! \\ ho cumposed it I t, a purse, a ring, pocket-book, propertyof ,
been .
an" the : : I ill resembling a female form. U'lth I yet apprehended, and 17 now lurking and conccsHns
No. 55
tne pCltl'ot confidence icposcd in the enoperation : Mrs. Lozler, Ucnwick-strect. The !; himself in the States of Gtori.t it: or Alabama,

"- of the Post Master in any I Ii ) promptitude, they immediately :I prisoner had lived with the above lady for I hereby otli-r, sides the $200 otFcred by the GOT.crn .

measure which may concern the safvty of the i : dropt anchor, and jumper! into the some time as chambermaid, or maid of all r, the above reward of $300, to be JK id to any

tommumty, shoul] qui..t the apprehensions) of j -owed to the shore. On arriving .! work, until the period ot the robbery; suspicion and person'or persons him in Leon who will apprehend Florida.said I Bcnibry ..
lodge County jail,
'ur Cl7cns foot of the mountain, they! found, it lo be ,I
:
1 called
{ % and induce every individual I lo I falling upon Sarah (so ) an arrest took Said liembry is about 5 feet 6 inches hi ;h, portly

I give tliPr COuntenance and support to the : I girl, aged about 16, hanging by one !i I place, and the lynx-eyed officer discovered a built, and rather chunky-dark skin and e yes, with a.

:j COnstituted authority. I a cedar bu.ih, about 100 feet rom the t:{I small sprouting of down upon the upper lip of heavy down look, and very dark and hcay beard.

i 60 feel from the top of the porpcn, :'. tho prisoner, which seemed too sturdy to appertain He will be drinking and frolicking whenever he car. -
get liquor. He is about 40 of and I
years age very
rock. To reach her from the botou-i(
: 'I. [' ('oICSI\TJD.) to the petticoat tribe; and on further unprincipled in his disposition. V

j ..>..., .,flr:-I'e&'J'ly Jinjircsscd, in roriimon with I t I ', and providing themselves with : investigation, the said Sarah turned out to be MOSES BI YAN.'V.* 'V.

LeI; ibcr"- Vith the lofsps we have ; lslained i| they hastened around to the top from j!: Mr. Peter Thompson, a full-blooded be negro August 8 52-tf _

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I-I'j" tl. fl\3gt'S. ; f.f the catif-rjiillar] upon our staj-le- .!: they lowered it. The unfortunate girl ; 19 years of age, who confessed his crime, N.-B. The Southern Recorder (Geo.) he Moatgomery -
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1 cl f C( If'riJ'3U: > 'f'n : nxioitly and at-I I I able to fix it around her waist, and by : and was committed. lie was raised, as he Journal, (Ala.) the Mobile Comm AdvcrUser ,
: I I Ala. the Columbia S. C
, .ve.y /..e : I ( ) Telescope, ( ) and the
.t l:.r."U11'; 1.:1 tvtr: )' iUFesniU uhie'h} mightCI i : was drawn from her perilous situa: says, in Tarr'town.N. Y. Courier. Rulcigh Sur: ((N. C.) will pltasegive the allO\-e three

14, .p"' Il'tnl.'dr lglUllthc diciul t-lF-cts of rescued from impending and almost -- insertions and forward their bills to this office *for V
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I" Uuu of LlJu ,' insect i j, death. The official valuation of real estate in the payment. -V i

,a .rk, .tb\1.: R.1louJ: ." .., I' tavc met wiih} that very. wrfulrCie" I I j. girl was Mis Phebe Wells, and had city and county of Philadelphia, as made up to Land For Sale.THE V .;

uf "> '' Hyrtlcull"r "
,
.: :," ,01' -, 1" found a icccipt' "tll stop I ) by the Shrubbery till she struck of real estate of the city and county of New Geo., offers for sale his beautiful situation .V
:
v..."' L.''' -- l'au'rPliars:: from "hruU, plants, and bush. She was not materially injur York, in 1834, was $123,549,280. and tract of land on the northern stage -oad, one I
arid l! nile from the town of Chattahonchee -: :
tlit1 Incrcl5 Ct JiMs; (it.L1cjfl-" lighted was chance out of fifty thousand that eoisistingof
: : a
.I: *U adiaij-! i h UIHII.rtJJt" 4s 250 acres, 35 of which are in cultivation! tre remaintier ',
.
and t'.ro-
tr '
a? a l J saved from being dashed to pieces. POSTAGE-Ovei'charges.-The Postmaster lies well, timbered chiefly by oak and nagnolia. : _

J1 oafr 1 ?r bVm"totl lic\trOj '< HI the L"ls, which is cflcciual, General has directed that the piece of paper, with some few pine. Mosquillo Creek pas i ing near- .- V 1!

ls'y re-:1r .Il.glh"se present, Lut preventing 1.0t'e $ .-When, on the death ofthe Empress constituting face of a seal, affixed to a legal ly throul the centre of the tract affords an excellent !
fCC l S Ce 0nC r"Mlnd of s ''Phur." :a\'s. mill[ site, convenient to timber both for l-uildin aad
ljlt: ; kut Paul ascended the Russian throne, he instrument or other document sent by mail, V
:
sawing.The
4
many trees as gruw *n V
e\'er-l act t's." 0 only by his two eldest sons, is not c.nsidered changeable with postage un- buildings, dwelling house, kitchen, C''ib, ireat-

trot Thereare, ..1 1 S'rDerciI"'J '.sin the economy of human Dukes Alexander and Constantine, to der the law.-[Richmond Whig. house, 4c., are all in good order, and cotvenicnt t( .

,
es cape ur j in which state prisoners confined water. :.
rl:"J-I anil-- ".,....,,_ _" Uulice from their very sirnpli- -were. BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. To a person inclined to settle in the vicin ..y of the
:
, t'b, ', on the first I II Koskiusko, and in the lollowing words -- -- ---- ---- Apnlachicola Arsenal, this farm will afford ;s many '4
. I Oh! in our sterner manhood, when no
ClnU'd-' ray
tQe. I venture to say, that the I a. I to his virtues:-"I restore to you your facilities as any other tract of land containm.;no more ,f
sunshine
r SlllJ11 r'TCjy is one of those cases, for it is ;1 I asking you to pledge your word Of earlier glimmers on our way, acres. It has on it two excellent spring and fcr -f S
POib1 sins and and the toil
When with
sorrows
girt
: action sulphur health, will rival.any place! in the neighborhood. Attached -
fed: t e bi could have esca- to use it agiinat the Russians. Kos- Of which the bosom that soil V
O lTttion rJt cares sear they to the farm, there are about 30 hcac 'of TWcJc ; V
te t}'ere appears every planter living.' Now vo i said to have declined the sword, saying, O! if there be in Retrospection's cattle, and the same number of stock hogs, 'hich"ill: '

*** in :. nothir.g this Cith'r difficuh or imP"Cm none, having now no mother land;" bu One link which knits us with young dreams again, be sold with it, or separate, to suit' the purchaser. ,
rul) S remedy, if fouud eminently One dare to The of corn [probably 500 bushels]
m a I the thought so sweet we scarcely muse crop potatoes, I -
garden his word to price of his
as liberty.-,
or orchard of few &c. wil also be olin lib
tJ.ton field a acr' to a I On all the hoarded raptures it reviews, peas, cane, disposed >manner. i
:.1bs in of a 100 or even a 1000) acres, dating then inquired whither the released pn \Vhich seems each instant in its backward range The above property will be sold low for c ash, of if I

l.IdJighttd quantities, more or less, spread over the field go? To which Koskiusko firmly re- The heart to soften, and its ties to change; indulgence modated by be applying required on the the purchaser premises to can I e. accom 41 ii t -

in the lIl,tam of the appearance of the I 1'o America, where I shall find brolhcra 'And every spring, tintouch'd foryears, to move- EfHRAlM RIG-DOR.
C
(car their appreheafcd appe vuec) trfll, by I i and glorious recollection It is the memory of a MOTUEE'I iovi, Decatur co. Goo. Aug. 8 52-: w ,?.' 1

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next
it ire requested and authorised to announce I subscribers have lately received by sundry AT January Term of Gadsdcn Co-jn
? Court the
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subscriber has ,
3' ( just re THE undi-rsjpned, Executor .
JOHN HA VIS, Esq. as a candidate for a THE an additional m1nECDIIl4l ta19flSPEC.fFULLY a peieral assdiiwcnt of Forcizn and 1 \\ ill and Testament of JohnatUn of the i

teat in the next Legislative: Council. plyof WATCHES, JETTELRT, sup SILVER mlorm Ins fmmis and the Domestic; Dry'G ld i, Hardware, Groceries, Provisions will I pr,'s.-nt his accounts anM vouchors" Thomas" 'd'., I.
t. 1 !II.* ** that he has just received pr.Schr. ChinaLiverpool and common Eartbcrn lr I tI 1J1
Iuzflt Saddlery. with said
&c. which and llB.
: SPOONS, he offers estate, < }ray tn i hO (tLhired
'. / V : : art authorised to announce SAMUKL II.DUVAL b for sale on his customary reasonable Wm. P. Savin, a complete assortment of Goods Ware Casting, Iron, Colton Bn! inp, Bale Rope VllACUA: thert t lit.
suitable for the season. ofler low for Cash or to Ex'r
WE Eq as a candidate to represent terms. present and Twiiio ; which they punctual I t ;addcn! Co. Juno; 5 4-I-G n .
them the with tins ;
Among are following: business connected "
I 'I JL m County in the next Legislative Council. FREDERICK TOWLE. customers Any : r
I 1 Piece Superior Blue Broadcloth, ronc'rn"iIl be attended to at Tallahassee oy NN il -- ;;
months I after
I j/uly 4th .17.t1' Oct: 4th, 1834. ((8tf) do. do Rlk. do. S V -V ditr. we skill. W>mit V.
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Kerr.
JO ['IIMOORE The subscriber has employed a I fate h-Maktr direct do do. Brown Cashmarino. A first h liam a untN and Vouclu-s Executors f the 'aj!
estw
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II; are putlinriscd to announce Capt. KERR & STURGES.St. John Lester r
WE from England and assures the public thnt work deceased i hr} lion tlu C.nmiv .
Candidate Leon ; any rate article for summer coats. CO"
KI J ns a represent line shall be done Mfjrks, July llth, 1*3.j. 48-2m for f the County ( Loon, al'fl! "prlr.r r. '
county in ihincxi Legislative Council.v enirusiui to him in his promptly 1 do. Invisible Grern Athenian Cloth tin. V ;:'!:=.!ImrffiT

I' June a7d, 1S3.: 1. 40if"mlJ'E ami in the best rrunm-r. F. T. I do. do. Bile. Bomhazin, NOTICESIX JAS J. LES rKRf: ) V

V VV 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, ninths from llH'c will present our voirh WM.LEST! : l. ( Executor.
:
I i: nrd autU
t VV r.RTIU LOT, .I."q.S a Candidate to rcprcAont Daniel Bird, Compt ) 2 do. Bur and Whin Marseilles Votings, h to ihr bon. County Court of Gadsden Cnuny for .

Leon 01'H y in the next Legislative Council. vs. j I 2 do. do. Silk IWkrt Hkfs. letters of Disrrission as Administrators, ; of the estate N ; 1"1.'.. -

V I June 27t!h, 1"35. j4Gtf _ _. Thomas Preston jr. | 2 do. do. Phid Omvan, of IIezd. ah Wilder, late of said County dird.WM AT tl.c I" I' .' n tIi

ifclirE:: art- aut1)crsedtonniunCc ARTHUR MAV I Wm. D. Jones, I l IJ4 CnA' 'Iny. I (1'! ). do. nik. Silk do. II. WILEIclm'r.. Gttl, ,t. I I ; 'rt rn"d"County C.mrt

.1 : ..I V CON, Esq. ns.a candidate 'represent Leon Litllcbe-ry H. Jones, f f Ami sundry o'h"r) aruob-s, such n
county in the next LesrUUtive Council.JuneaCih. !. The heirs of Edward Suspenders! Whin- and Black lfnir.CI(11Stllrkl', : :; :\0! 4Z-!m h 1 1said 11'iI"Clun!- .tti\ V ,- r! tilt; ,, \\1'1

l 1833. 4CtfWE ___ __ _ Doyle, divd., and the Brown Lmin Glove*, Linen ColrsVhitc Cotton estate. and : t.,e [ c .. ;'.1' "( IhrrrfromoJ Itlerne.w1' '
; I ___ ___ heirs Wni.H.xmbty.. NOTICK.IX fry i .
; -- EDWARD tIT and! RandofHalf! I ; I II- rIO, fir. &c. All nrdfi{ will !Intliankfully I' u I J-( '" I J
V ,, : are atuhoriscd to annonnce appealinc 1o lIe satisfaction: t of the icoo.ivid and punrtuilly; trl1lkll tl j months from datr, I will present my vuchrts.. Oadsdfn) I '( v.Ju.15;: I.1. 1; : ;-', .1drr.45-6/:1 'r.
4 CHANDLER, Esq.aa candidate to represent : Court that the Defendants ThomnPreston < May :30 4'?-lf ;It ami accounts f.>r a settlement, and hal! applyto -

I V Loon coiury% in the n--xt Legislative; Council.Jjnc ire and Wm.; D. Jones, do not icsido in this- __ t ih.' lu.n. f'minty Court G.idsdcn County lor Lot- .I Fl ) -' TOOLS.. -

-I _27.1833_---,------.-4fitf------.---.------------.-_--.--------.----._ Territory but reside i in thr Town Columbus C.ro.and A. I11j? g{ .-> ON leis of t I ism i.sion8 .MminMra'or ol tin-estate c f THE 51Ib<"rih. .- t.>!!" "1 IM !I" 'J.lit'd
\Vo are authorise to announce I the residence of the hoirs of Edwaid: D >)bdml.1. I IB Utoh.ird !M.ishborn! 1 I.ltl; of said: County! deed. other !l-.oj----l ,. !;R. tr-n. 'he 'iln.\f "xwiWarren. .
Jr"'r nwtr
\ul the heirs ff11I.. Ilvmbly: is unknonn I : It is I'lI'-H i SRXY, AdmV. I It tent & ( .01. DV ?.- !lit-.. lat wrnii70rrrfwill ?
candidate to represent
I GFO. H DENNIS Ec'i. ns a : Council. thencrr. motion of the Complainants Solicitor, Qninr, \h\ :HO: 4-2-G-ii. M-i! thorn at u i -I'! --d,', ::1' t:> I '.V81"1addition
f Leon Connty in the next glslative ordered -imt pubU Mthn be made agreeably to the! -- !' of roit of T.M.J rry pnr \\I
; II
March ti -3-if| statute in s'.Jj case mado and provided, and i that suid Fresh (; rceri( I be- 1Uyrnf-d--s1avVl.I I I :.:..v '\it"tk! rom These a'fl.nj"0'8 T'R*...!,

1 'l1ILE; DIT ICT.-GADSUF.N Summon COURT. defendants appt-u "nd p'oad, answer, or demur, to The subscriber has just received anti offers fn.i high, temper, th'i v ill l I It: xrhanscd fir wJl001I

.ari4 i;, Ranry$ '1 In lrcsl'assunthl'cnlc: >ipontradi the complainants bill fild! in this ei'ic, on or be!lore 1 20 bMs. Irish Po aloe 'I 1'I.\ ; ,::1l.|,; fir ,,hls ,tl"._
I the firlt fla,' ot thr next Term of this Court, or the f will be received !L... m.kp
If* "f. %.c a II nn1W1IJIS it\ ,n'l'vUU..UUIIIIJMT saint; win Uc i""... t" ? /-.,.,. J1Tercllll1l1 Tailor 10 d.>. sMp'rinc; Flour, I 'r ") < ; FO L.\\n XndI .
Y'n 4. Rarity, > for $ I'HH' ) damages.Attachment ; A true copy. 21 boxrs 'liM-se' : I April IHtlIrj'it.. ,
I I vs. for 513 issued Attest, J. R. HARRIS, Clcik. V 54 10 41"|n. :*. i.trh Hi-run -!,
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Jo1m.Pg Ju">ie 19,183J-Tt'twrnnblf.\' ]\ly23 4Mm I lOdSporm) Candle?, NOTICF.-

i11M i I V c vtm'>er Term, 1.."r.>. James T'uiinioitd' i JUNE lovli, J S3i.T. TA LLAMAS?Er, 1'Loriv.. 30 do. Snap, I AI 1. pCri.Vr-s. h:,\itiu' allt t,.b'nt!, n:1in' t tr. .

defendant and all others inu-n'sted, arc hcrct 2 Moravian Piocs, .:1tltn { a;.t. Flios. '.\ If'\I tf.J'-

.( t f THE: : notified! of I the institution! of i IIP .aid suit, arid) J. W. .Day S> Attachment. 20 kt!s Lard, f'f' I.t t J, I tl"rs.iii; ( 'I'Hltr o'Il I.1ft I\f' ,."e. ..,Getu.. ,'

t J of the issuing I of said Attachment: and to appear and Defendant( and all others 10 do. Go,:\C'u Huttrr, mf'nt flf tlw s ,'n.: I I.o t!, 't"scrt fr, nr tv,J.'sc1 htCatitsEq. '

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I plead to the tlcclarRt.jon filed in s.iul; case, according TilE If:00 II!!. Now Ode! ins Sttg'r. A' y. at L'H' it"\j: r"rc'n indIjte ;
( notified i.
arc hereby I 111' said I I' I. : t)
t'.le
to the Statute' in siu-b cac made and nrovidrd.Dn.ted that. Attachment With an assnrtmc-nf of oilier Guvciies forsalrtnl Irc V J't11'llf'l tr'm.Itf' .
has been sud out of the office ro i1ac suhserjbt .T. r t'1U eat
June 19) 183.1. the lowest cash pri'":. r. GTIWr.J
of f the Clerk! of Garisden County Court (Flo) and 'r,
J. D) WCSTCOTT GEl ntfH.* IT. v ii.vr "* o Itrli.ll;
the Defendant > Jjl irj*> >i.l (.i i.K.Tallaha'veSIst. EXt
nnd nil others il1tCI S'CL1. are hereby ;May 2 t. (t''r.
4If'
Junc27ih, 133' 4G.o1llA"'r. for PPnT. J.-unnry: 1 IJ.V 25 tf i
r required to appear and plead to the d drtimfilt]: 1 ------- !
NOTICE. i in the case. FERGUSON, N. B. The s-.ibsmbor rr-turnshis sincere acknowd !- DY l'EPI0'I I T I JrC()'!rLI\I\-r.-- : i

Invinc: 111' ilcmand1! ? against. the Es June I :3 1 t-3m .1\tt'y. for Plaintiff.i rrni'rtt q for firvrv extensive patronise ho hi't I .. 1-. P :Hr.: ". PtoJt.o'oJ
persons ; y JJich'ica'f ,
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ALL:\ of Cullin Ed wards deed arc hrrcby notifiedn ierr\ d I, and pli-d: ,'s M i ii9'-lf that nothinir i "" -lis : Ihfm', 'b "fI, to. ':ti--rat }-'i\r., I,. ,I"\"fliellig, t
STORAGE
AT ST. MARKS. / :
.haB; !l he naming t-, pl'-ase the pcopl- in i-i.t-r.-il. "ttl'ntlOlI to the jrtire
their rl.iims duly authenticated vtitin the DIIICCTIONH. I IV treatment: ('f r'ir.'n .., d
\ "I' ,
present *"
time quird by law, to undersigned, or they will I I II E'subscriber Warehouse haing rented tint l large and eommodious The J[eight indirpcnsallc. ,- 2:J-L I.-.- I II I I';b'-S, 1.lassu", ':mcd! by rlift.ii.-f: I..malv: ,?fri and ,rr\ijn.!

he f re'elrrl'd pynnt.t. Judge. Crane talces this formerly nf oeeupicd hisfinlids 'ny T. Hound the ch" M uml'-r coat. In the Xaprrinr Court fcr the County nf Lcoi,, Illf'SI 111 1i' iHllI;! a C1tIih.tflitj.R f r"HI t1'\"PrJI rrlll; I

JOHN EDWARDS ) opportunity informing 2. Do. \\aI','. mat-nffr( A/rprinripIf.rnwhi; : i h .,,' has :
Md. Diet of Florvfa 3U//i IS35. ; j iren 't
I II and the public generally, tint all goods stored April I i iS name \1'lli'iwf' Su-marhitr- the .;
CUL. HDWAKDS.Admi 3. From'ha-Je- Ilftq'{ ;irp. ;
I'\m to tlbow 1 It'.c
I an-1 kmr joinL bich
with hi' i, shall have his strictest attention, and ihfir 111:11"11 I I L hra, 'l'e :Uld ) pp.votl far more cthri-nt th I h.s
V June 27 4GS.vI 4. Round the thigh. J 1. n any Ume'tly
I _- V .trdersill be attended to with piomptnes) and despatch c 'I" h'r,. '.'llIp 'lIt. against I Ij dIcosrr.I III "l1rl1l.ITlo... herctofcr
5. Frnin the, t sic !
: ressiii
EDWIN W. DOKSEV. hip-joint to din anrc. j l.ihnH.T.irk.r JohnV II.H | rnal"li! s If ;
t. & Shipping of Cotton. the mini and "odf111"h ;, ,I', .
Storing above vnNof I I t
Py ;
: onli Iy '
1I1 :I ttrl'lI1'l1t. m"n at : r"mt'rl.l'.I i i'I
April) IS 3r.-'f \- i" /'C.Vili'm', > I:: CiiA :r.rn.Y. dcr the hr.
-4 :: : 4-\STUUOns will a tend to Storing and V distance may bo --'i iblr! !| tV. f rvir-l their i&ct.urL'' I II- -jrt; \\'. WiIIuiiis 'I sweepiPtrrms I : 1 r..nrr.\ d LITEB-'C.
KRP.Il: : |
rrA"'fS-1t I
\ i [) ; Cotton-thry will also advance on EaGJlJJ IT'N G1 I which will v -M'> '. trntion.A. aii'' JanAikin 1 Mx('cutn\ | !I.tr'lIH'llt is I.ht':1 ia .t ns! rertaiu Cure fir cit.
; : ot tl!K-SIL* Er: ;.
C'.tton rntrusicd to their care for to J *
shipment nny 1
r Edward,
Aikcn deed.
Throip flrprtirtr of IJiiik :OIC111'', o. | Aiiiniii'tho
rtiarket in tho ITnitfd .RItf'V: or iNvvhrc ; and will On. rails, Heads of Bill- H.is-iness and Vii.iunj i- PI ((1\ "I.- V. reFr.-rtfulIy inform Dcfcn lr.r.ts. J I symptomof DysncpMannd Li\"CH
1 Slor- !: V .R pfaiiits, are !I.!:""!' ""Y, SIIIIrU. either iheir "; Tallaha'-sec t. 'r l.unune s'Xtitties
purchase at III : or V in
l Cards Diplcnsas. Not.xiial rind Society Seals, ibo-.e of 1 Iiisfi t >iine>- ))1:;I' >iis, nud the i.ub- .: rjJlEIE Subpor-na nwan "ll tti Ifla uali 111.I the!
Mink". ( >. 19: :fl 1 Ptf : ? ieh'I:, i!'ri r.t: F.iij f,::an h!,.
(
-- V --t'h.- ) I Poor' Plates, and) all kinds Masonic i-'n ravinp; ex lic gr.ierally, that ni will continue i ih<- TaiI-nnK Busi- SL ca: .'j iif,t liaviu; : !J..O" rx..' Tt : I'f lt r. .rertiiiflt : rade ir: 1
-- ; : Irr"lIlanty f:1 ,
: TillAS U KICK'S{ : NOTICE.TRi.iTrinn's vutrd in a superior manner Spi-rifnens may b" seen I Ia nc'soii his own account, in all its various 1 ranelu-.s, at: ted on the Oc.'"-nd!:Mils, John r I. P.-trki-r ,runl J",hnlassip \\', : vura. ions MIMI .!t. ..t'hf tin np 'I tteI I h ii nl"' .'

: Mr. WiKnns Book Store, where ndrcrs may be left. the old csiabl'r-ln-'l .IMVfonnerly\ occap'e.l: by the \ :land it :appCMrit: ; : to the STri"ti<-ti i.n .rf II c ,}I thirst, fetiil I I breiiih f cs greatly IIef.fi"n.; 't ..

'I I : : omen, \ 1'allah; :. 's'c: March I 19 !i 1S13.i I Messrs. It. B ,$. J.1 B. Bull on ::Innrl'ctn'ct, adjoining Court tll.tt th;y are not mhd!,itant. .( f\h': I f-t; t-jr I aial! riTtationj, ,'imtsracal I.ne I TALHiu-, March) ih, 1'.i.BY:1.nnrtP'l..cell i ;iJ: !i the \\ aIrI--n-tki.11 cstabliNhmi! of liven i'mte-l j ji.;i'pitation, 11m \'sinc 3S. 'r1' Ut:
ig-r. and oruiiim-nt.il painting executed as a. FredrickTowJe : lull }; the SI..h':, ih au' J";hrill.1 1 l'.nUr I of the "l-o\\iK i
: -21st? l NnvrmlK, IM-jy Iitic, pro- I II't jove. ?-q.: wbtn-!, he ill ,.':iiiitic to !b ep on hand I in the Wrstr-in (iJistuot of ihn Toint .... .iil ihi 1 rai.J}II in I II"- iLrflth p.-rs-.sire, ; on the slI.moh'h} a'-'r r.'r.V)
: ,
Bon l< ovpcntril by AtictioiiPrisali.iH --- a f'lJoires'lIrlln'nr of F.islii-iral'lc and 'easontibie. Jhu1as..i) ; in the S't.itc nf Virwi-ii!i : I Ir is; ordcred ;! [\:111\ ntr-ndc'j ljzzi:1f"oJr rcrti;;o; ronfwivj; ti t
be lurxvaided by ib Ju'lie tfll "ff'lI1ty: Court COTTON) GINS. GOODS:; of the latest of \vhi, tL.it miii'l with the io 3If 'mors-. a -",a't.rc
f ; inuort.-lions, :h he will furnish : the <;ud Oefi-nd ufilo a ap--: utnl I nrv.vrrfho 'tii' "
$V to : Tn-a I -surer of fluT} 1 t riii-'ry of Florida] an-' tint: r Ill.' i : f> nn.h. \ lint, rmp-.y. f !Iillinr VifiVrLica :
4 ; inile'rabc liber: IMS: received on Agency from I clothing! to the oidi of tho.eliu may please to' com Ii\inilHt'; bill! ac'"idiiito It'And tlii: : a 1l'arlU ; r.\;\r .
iirlami
ill% A'i -iioncm: hall! qnarlrrly in <*ari! yrar C"inmonni4 B'i ssrs. iTnb'-rsn i & fuvour him with their tl' }hoitc this br forthwith' ._ : :. pain atil: \-akm :4 Kellcy, succcsui to C,1mp,1.11. f.vti ijtge at ( > ordt-r: tll111 l the Fii.riduin dist .
t ?. on the 1 I'-t of J.lI1l1ar'ral1..mil, i I to tlio Trrasurcrun l .,. Glaze, J for iie! sale nt'QTTOGIX*, constructed I I made: in the most duri! : :,)eand 51.i"nabI1' style, and I fort':: \c months siuvti ,'u.,.:'y.Si ltIlg1iil. in llIrhf"ll .If""p, r.'l?: fr t and 'Ji.->!!tJ", :it rr.rr

} !< r nth, tnlcpn Ild tore some Juil;o, a ropy; of.dl afttr the plan < It "r if, J'o.mvight, or Campbell ic: on reasonable[ t I''I'IW.J;! : Libeml deductions will, be [ ;ncit] TEif( )B. \NOALL, Ju.Ic.Tts.'j. une.isinrss t, &,. th: threat, r:1: : I I. p,iiii in J.c -j.lc"o"; thr"a

t sMi: CiTi'ctrdby: I him, willa the amount and at \\\i.\\ (;;l87"', and will he .nraiittl(I of thebesr!quality! citljernf made on nil 01 d-;s for cash, or prompt payment. Theuij.cribi.r :, t?. Lis-:;, Clerk. Thc alr'1o'1

: II ti'1c1': } jf'l.KP"and' : for; wlioni! the snmc wa1 111\11- in..11r .stftl S.iws, as may be pretencd They wou'd rcun his sincere tl.anks for; pa;: ".l- :\11' ;10111 V 42-3in I1'l.ir. fl'"l', ft'"lt' t! :\' ;1i" ,.t 'j; !

r :(ll'.v.dl Anrtionrns are rnjuirrd tl) tahp! notice; of will be rfl'l.in l in h.- month of August, or early in I Vrs, and hopf-si-11;j !Iy lijs.n.s-iihir.y, sine': attention, ,, M/lBltrI! 11\1' al IIIIt''rr. cf'rmi ,.1till:1, : Drn: 'rf'cr.

.4 ri.l: liw, an-J cfttl; rn to it, (>I r suits npiMi thrir H 'iiilsus I 1\Septeiubcr! nxt, andA I ill be sold on accon.rr.odatirj to nifiil and rreeivc .\ g- nr.roiis.hare of 11ron1 c. suluptid)!. :\p"p/'C '. &. :a"r"n:: in ii r.i'; "j:fl'tP, Ld

t J IKinsiitutP'l.; Juiljrcs: of thr' County Conns :In V J,\ i it-mi1'. T.illih.issfo2jHt April. I MJ5. 7-Cm .ROTANDTON1C ic, .IC! Sf"C, 1\1'111'1'1: f r:1J1'nt oj fill', j ji.rt. t

; V ?uqu'sUilviih"i ".UJ, dcl.\y: 11I1 irw.trd, piojily ofrtif.-d! I All nr,lrrs \\ \HI\\ be thankf'iliy received and pnnc'ml- f Prepared f.y J P. 1 l'ETli1.: it., 3Iilld;{..:.
U U U A.U''S 1'0\( C 'IlX i ilJANI HE: (,r\'rlllf'r antI ,
"
:" .
I Iud aJ'pru\'cL1, tile Bonds Auftionorr.< in I tl.i-ir pisB. Iv ,\q"lhll'd. to A'MES: MeMULLlN.T ) ; MIX'I'IJRE. ":'-I 'r.I

I .-..-on (j L\ HLY'S: AlS'iN, 'J'.lI\.f'! : (, A "ril I 1lh, I 333.: 3-I rus .' FULL supply of this valuable: medicine is .jusirtkiv.d. I 7'sti h (.dds -r'. ;;il"n' 'erir1c'lrr: mightd !''e :t
. I: i :f! Trl'I"c o'thf' i Teirii'ir y of Florida.jMcrchant ---,.- 'lnti Costive Pills. ,'","'' n.j'I i i.., rll :T"r. x'r 'I.t nI .
ii\. I skill: hcrc.tttcr have it '. r ;:; rf'rrnm
------i----- constantly i>i
: t't'I 1 Tailor I rAtj'( : < ) \(21JN VI LLE. 11\ ror.if qur-nrc f.f tu-! n.ii: >-rous .ittf: mts: to pili.j! j hand. J I Ip} t: rg tlH'Sc i.,1)l';; t. :. [::tf Ii::C fi1':! ; ;art tfhli I

':' iiri.s ii.iiMiionsof% llov/an-l's valu'ible Mcd.j );- IT '.ln'-I; : Ii t.is.-.tiifv: ; :?:,V il! .!:, I 1 the'I'osl: siV..iVflCl.Vcni .
Tho v.\r.r.AN-TF.D V '
is TO
BF.
I ; iuformfd A SAFE AND
public aro F.Fr..CTf
Three dos north l'ie rianlir //f j titir-- on the public! -be !1. I
rf )! liotirmir.f d to confide t h.als Dr. .J.m Ewe: .ft",
RF.MF.DFOR Frt T.r. AXI AntE, IF TKE.V "If lIce Medical l .:.
; J.I. HlllOK, i It.perrt'ull I ) infouns i; the pulili) ,' thutli :,I -C" that a regular Line ol Sti-j j(I ; exclusively to agents ill ditTcn-iu vut' of this I TO Tn, DIRECTION". RepOlCS having uccHI'u'uit\.I"ACKTIH T j u,;z, i-. J.II ,' l'JZ-i'tffl.( op

f.I I .- has just' ri cnvrd' a pencral 1 supply of t'hul. s-u.-- 1.. jos has born t'stablishrdj | (i ci-unlry, fiomhom 'tlaie t\<> %' iit';-e tZirCM' b. that: tin-'mixturi-ci itnins* aisenir, I am diicrtJ; I :' .. '-' '. 4 ., Ute'. tJih .:31.

I;s fiiita'h to rvrry Ir.HI' h of bis profession, ron':itn'T! ; : 4 i bct\\4.11 'j'i-Iah3.s! and Jilrson..illc; : \. !((, j!111i1l1, nnd to ::uard the mon- efieinally I .1 :unst the impositions I the P/oprietor; to -v.y thnt ib.cse reports nn nltr, : /""'"r. c To Kfu'ta it itt.T, ci-ii )i7.1 -:; :zIi) ctrlily, that I

in part: i "if B'.iu4: Bl.irK, .Mi\v l, G 1'11, Iin :illf l : Cir 'i-n,I j jd l'rtll; ),'I"I1ITall thia'- c': every \h( ,ntli y Iw.rn-, !, of u.i.uiih-iris'd vrrnicrs ; !i'- has instriftul I ) -and I 1'am aauthorised! to ofier a Ricard of y I litj ,- I, 'lav".- wi. I., stil; : h.- "iiMMri'.: : :. t t Ii. P. tIr'; !,,!icj:ii
Drk( nt-rlc Grrrn i Mid Brown Broadcloths) |litIs a in'sin D"htn', Ni-xv \ ork, 1'iul ,d. 11'lIa.! and 1 i ,
striped tug auJ :'Iri\'iolla! .1.1..ts mile! 'JIl Bal1l1'.I.ty--lrl,111 j 1 000 /).-Itfifa ff> any oni- who \\ ill the evistr-nc- j .V.S/cwif/.vr /2'Bf.c.i m a r. 1.1'.* : of very r.Tsir.t
prove
:::- : Dra :. LtuTudor and Tea rt.lourpd! 'asimerc Vs'. \ 111lwf tra\"f'tI"rs tft Ih: j-i," tit .IJ! lilld t"I aly c'I1- .' 1 Ibltnnnrc.I mak ?Ul sales to r.\i7c'i.mls a>>iL olttrr' o t : -if iL" I laSt p Inidt of \J'5i'nil'h'rcllrr, Annu.oiiv. !!! *i "lit'{ f 'i** ari'. Li\f -ai; d.v! Ii. ... >S ;. rt HU1Iil'h! l'i

t' V :in--*, ifr. All (\\hicb will l lie m:ule to order. Ladies..j I voyanrr St.t A urt's' i'll' Yj" S' I:vs, and to Sa\\11I\1ah I :, tZ.uj ufthe Me. joint* to be Crrc-1.SVUL. ; fIr sn r. a'j; >//VI or any uthrr poi>iiioiii. iiurc,'IL nL in it. i{ ..i.-- Ii. Wfi! f.-i.- : lit ,hi i n! 1't'r.' iii of tLc I'Ift!

'1' rid mc dresses' and cloiksmadciaIn t he most f.tlii)nthii' I by the Steamboat. l Kan: tine r.vh vv S-5 00.Jan. ) I I La p qu.inlitu: of ip.. rmcioi's arin-It: 'in 1'1.1.1 on nftin 1 |' In oi'iicr to pn-cnt imposition; frr-m coimtcrfi'q. rr r !I <'!-l z-v "t{Tt fsvrr.; *? tuily. :1"1 i- '.i-.:. I have r.o li.si'ttitIt t.;

I ttyl:! 2 ,, I 1H.J-. j23l:(] J IS. M. HARRIS. ;?f'ti'UitC' Mixt-.ue have been r.innuftu-n.-ic'l: !fy I Lurus 'I I pcrjriir. cxoejit authi-rif. agents \viil be fnrushed I by, f JI (i eItr.iltt'' :J:i. I .,tt.'lJI! t'r'p..eoJf"I' :
J r: r"f'l1tinz himself t to t the public he simply' t:1tr's :: >. ( mstiK.k & Co of(1 k, and .ed 10 tlit ) ; dl.n.-.il
rr.s' ti'.rtcjtlx
the Pror ; t l.
.j 1 j notor with the mixture to 8t.11 a aiti. I nin ( ) :ar ;;:: "v< r C"ii'C will-
: tint 110 'v.uk dill: b-avc his shop wuhoui tnc entire South for .->alc. The iiaiii' nfRitsliin-J instead of I Row '
: in LLOV
I V Now Book Store. I sttlo ;a ;'nt for .Mi-Mle! [Flor.d, uJ nm as-u. rd liy M. mv IidireJAMES .-. ih 1-A 1.\1., D.
ralifati 1of the owner, nnd warrants his cut tin and, Ts on I n c I bnttc-! of the iiiiitp I ion. Tinm f'll\Iinc
? t Row.u-.d{ thaf (n r( -.irail I lot h sf.lln 'I,- i AV'Kn-- Of- '
;.. Now Yoik. UK rBTIIE: siibscribi r has nveivcd ami \v ill oprn inuii'A *- article be In.lnf the lollo V pi Eal's[ ,) V miy > 'an. r 1531.
'qlltI'I PhiUilclphi.i or will \\fct j drHti.ly, ( n< xi door) South of Mr.! \l:: iii isi- ,rr:) m.iy ii; pvrsoas w Ill tu' j l'lflt a single b >ltt! i.as: f been "r will'! ho SI us, or sold i I.vIII Tl.c ivi'-is'-iM-d! :: rjubf tt s iIlYr., : ri rhfS'tjTt.-r; ,
that} \ \ < of K-irdi! :
f lgfntithi
:Viryndraor toj) crxo every onr- : pitmnir I ; j u.cci'ij! part and Gcorcin.'I .. '
! ( I him, : "-' n in I li.dl! Fc'rioi"! dr.'r ut' rr. PI I 1"-. :i.--:: ICiI'r.ldli,' lie-
-my p
j an a stJ"tmc't of HOOKS and STATIOSART, anJ I uou'.obe : V j t-.xct-pi to tie: : : tt
4 him, rrH i as be j I is It pl'rln, : IIf',11rcsltJ..nt.: of Tallnli.is-'.: 1 I E. l n. Pcihois! Gonrril! I Agrnt r.b1.) _
fi} I, : sec, i.lini: .1'11 solely with iis interest, he asks the glad to supply! his f.-icnds and tli": community: in j William y K Jc Co. :ct', I / .'lrsciicjr unn iliicortrtil in any niixturt cntliJHoisamrf |>.U. ain tinC!! >- of i >y'-k p' psi v and I.i\ r I>mp'.vry' :
V rr Thrtn.i.svillc
i of tin l up- jrcnciv.: !, with any arf-lcs in his li. e Oil tin1 mo ijrf- li..iii "" 'r.I'1\I'-r..i'.I"c! V 31! tie Jthii-t'i.( :

V j port M\ro'' II jWfll'll'] tl-if trrrr1 Althonph; his h',ortm r.t is net y'f J II'S ( :. Ec<-h-s, Cluisicy, lltioH h !P lI'plla11t'; : I"h! tli.- 1 iiiTonicSj'ilttrr :(.;/(< J Jr'P'> Atd-ii.-p! : >:o nctT: : Hrpurix-Ars, ]l'U; Ii;;
rj Kerr: k Sungr--, :t. .\1 1aik1'hoe ; -,-, -Nij-inhi' !11.- eautiousnf I in wi h full dirfei.m i Frutnoattotliine
wh..m for
f r very cnrralhc expects to make it yoby; shipmfnts already I hey pur- ,parrels > UV'PJJ. :
) Mew Books. ma Jc, .1n.1 1 others to be made by the first vcSfls *- ,:'s .A'l':antl.r. 1II.-1.town, chaf it : .My I ibi1.vilj l In- ,V n ivrry !!..tiie '.oidby: me: t : [Kji-cris, : Ail! bv nccct-a-y ;j C( 1lIf"tt! a cure.

t. received, The Cavaliers of Virginia, Friz fron: the ?\lrt". Gol lariu.'illt.ms,''ii FoNomMi& Co.-. Mmiticclln! E I::: H: PERKIXS l 'i'h.V! \. 'lIt. fur Middle! Florida. The[ j'l-It-c loS S I a {I"'c'r.f.A
JUST .
,
f$ Pumpkin The Coqupt, \ Winter in ihe"WVst He has also the Chri tian AlmimcV, publis'ifd} exprcfly labdof h E. U. kasooky.The reo\ ';.I I l.ilf.JI jr.'c.ti quantity of t.e; abr 1'e"Ci'y v.ilua-lcprepv; !

(', 'j, Allen Prcscott. Sharp's, L itcrs, Exccn-rii" for Florida, c-ilraluted for the! \1. Ic.i.ln ofTallah P IVrkiiisill [be on all the bottler ration-- ill l bo I kept constant y on Inn! by
sold by hit ab'ivc agents.
: C m-.icto.rs: and a variety Mi .-cellaneousandScJiOolWrj IS51'(. and containing! local matter in re'.uion I E.: B. PF fcKI i\STallafcere,
", July it!!. 1 1617. 4.! fIn
.: .iks, A-L-3-O to the Territory, which he eflVrs for sale either by the I I 12afl.d\ Who authorised trdi5pofttfP.1 either at wliol>

t Th' Rehim; Souvenir f..r 18:}">. The Tohn md irross, io7.on! or sin ll' 'opy.IVr. I GmltdCllfJ1Cl'ior Court. sale or retail', on as reason.iHe terms as thcynnSs -

: fouvcuii f..IIi i is:::.. WM. \V IL O-l. ,t3. 'iflll. I Htf J AS. f. I.T'J'). i henry ( ;oe, Coiiiji. ) obtaun-d! of the proprietor. Also by

.larch-* t1i :::31Cj" : II yr.LitUcliury. j II Dcct's. I/otMEs: & V iitiAMs.C'amlcIlfn.vX: >'.

j I II. Jones j jllfnry M-. HALSLCT D "trzisr, Appa'acfcicolu.JOS. : .
NOT1 i Kf : /,
V J ..v. IVcbK-s t:; cit .-cr.r.T. l'Hn..-.TLF.Y 1'ETEIto.
V ;j :J|' H": <5ub -iilx-r returns bin ih.\nksto the public ,j Gabriel Hniith and j The followirsr are fenamn", thc: iianyperS1mfl4 in*'; ,

J| tor tl\2 liberal cnrouraiiicnt% lie has received 1 Benjamin ward, J j hive b.'"Mi either CiIiirIIy T ci u-dor I great/! benctted =

t Rincn he li.is been m 1.is place, and solicit- n coniinuRnccof'heir I It espcndcnt. ithi'.i the fast twelve nionll! s, by the u,c of Dr. rp.

l.\Irnnl'c. Justrorci\edperschr.} Dclt.J, IT appears from satisfactory evidence; thnt the Defendants [l'r5'lplid.: ..,: Stomachics et JIt'pttlcTlthl.; tl*

dip-t {'<) n New Yurletcllcrll assortment of \\ mil- BcurV.. Pieblt-s Gabrielmith Ai I) E stair of r.l'o) it.
len and': ; and sold \vholt. HIt. awlle-( I
Sin"jxt.flTaury; GOODS Sloes .
: Hats HollowWare WARRANTED %
ISciijmiMi Ward, do not rr-Mde in this Distrii-t but 1lrs.bI1l'r Hicks, 'VllhlJls(
: Cu.. vy; nl 1 Iron-monkery, Crockery, f-c.. con- reside in the Slates of Alabama and Lousiana it tail, in Fiedorich county, Md. by C Ht- tun I Mrs. ('ap. JorntsVilIi>, JoCol .
Bisiin-i M' blue, bhck and brown Clinic blue, black, : isthercfi'ie concerned in the Patent with I"r. J udkm;. J('
; ordered that do Wni.F.Boml -
they nPl'cadlclfC! the ,
Judge '
drab ana ;-'rcy double milled CasMiueics; Ca!sinc-ts of the Superior[ Cmnt for the Middle District of Florida The above Ointment is ot1 'red to the puflic'If- I \VayneV.. EjrKinds, E. q. LnurencBryan
V and Stunts ; English, French and Amciican 1'rints 2:5 ?ale and certain remedy for Gudsdei
; iuiii in Allen Esq.
black I County, [ !; chancery] on or some of which huve balHed the I
Lustiingand Fancy Silks and i1I :Shawls Gro so long shill of nieduascience. .
\Inr
before the fir:t day of the next November Term of t John \V. Porter, :u:
de Nap, &c.; Jarkoncl, Suiss and Mull Muslins ; V mill Court and ansucr th bill filed by the Complainant Sanfnol C1iapnaiisq Joue.
:
l; 4, and 5.1 brown Domestics, of a : 1 1st White Svvellingsof e\ery description. r".
superior quality ; in mis case (othern iie the same will be taken Alexander Irvin, Krj.Col : tSi1J'I
V Conoii Ihinud Negro i Cloths ; a general assortment A FULL supply of Landretli superior garden, confuse. pro 2d! Sore Legs and Ulcersuf long standing.3d Geo. G. Mathews, Green.

.Shoes ; variety of Crockery Ware, Hollow herb and flowcr seeds just received and warren ted July 'IH 49-3m Schirruscr Glandular Tumourn. particularl} arch 1st, I IH15. :3iif;

Ware, Cutleiy, Hats, &c. Also Cognac Brandy, i fresh ; by 11. B. PERKiNS.ilaichi -Ulddlr those hardened tumours in women's breasts \vhichollcii

Holland Gin ; S-cily, Sherry, Portand Claret Wines; 1st, lrT.5. 30lf hstl'ict-LcOll Snptrior tottrT. limes terminate in ulcerated cancfra.4th CONSUMFTU
with miny other arf'clcs too tedious to mention. Purchasers John H. Ijiovvning and B. ) Felons or whlt some people know by tho nr.me t TOTIJEASTIIMATICvu \ND nr I
V invited call IIESI F. IJrowi.injj, Merchants, o Catarrhs, of l II 1-: most prevalent anal fatal 01 all Diases
arc to and examine for themselves. DRUGS \\'TIN S. J every description. ,
/
ALEX'R. FOIt \l Y DUVAL.3TORAGK linii Co-Paitneis, t iniding | .r th Rheumatic{ Pains of the joints.Cth i dent to civilized ocfpt' -tlie r Conjumpi"51"1'Jgenerally !

L Tahlaiaei'! .. '). 4. I I'33. r Jhfl Surgical Instruments, "c.I under] and usiiig the name }} ATTACIIMF.XT.of Sprains and Bruises every description or ii 11''! .)C traced to the Ic: st ,\J:1r.tnUl't. *;"rpp' rj' .
Drown dliehtbnt cnlil.
; Co. I situate. a neglected Ky :
wr.alever t .
,.1 STOUAGK STORAGE .t". HAVE just received a full supply oi fresh vs. I 7th Totters pal of all kind In this complaint. the I) that one hundred and f n'rtv, l""IOU,nnd persons die .resulu nn 3-

V. TTNaildition to liisold"J warc-liousp die Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure William R. Shi-Iron. J J in applying the Ointment must keep the pat pa I ilient Iyofthccllnsumpti"n. .'lotof.h c drraJInl 1 !If' nt
THE bo attributed to camnon cold, and a tlPg
subscriber has PORT&MDEIIM&.MUSC4TELLE H7JV.E, Di-feudant and alloihcrs! interested, ore here out of water- t.may !!

f\g 80 by id feet, for rcccntlycrectcd receiving cotton a and spacious goods.V .build in bottleR, imported specially for the use nf the. by notified of the institution: of this suit, that Attachment ; 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. | tieatmenof the I hiarra''ing c ongli' I hal geri't.which hrra.1 aHvens b"IIIr'. Pxn.

/4 TI\10TIlY\I'CARTY. sick.Veiy difficult I \"utwE aqJ

1 St. Marks, 1)racrnlerh7tliIS31.' TnEPHiNiNc( ;, OBSTETRICAL, EVE, DISSECTING : I to appear and plead to the declaration according to I It cases the pain and draws the fire out in |i in the side and at last Ulcer iti'di 1.ntigs- ton samptid i !
I also
attacks Iniigon
in Asthmatic
T and POCKET INSTRUMENTS in the statute such c tse made anti provided. short time. repeated : rot rar
cases. d lit
of Florida. LEIGH REID Plfl's. For Inflamed Women' Breasts j symptoms.[ One or two dollars expenuechase
STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and Att'y. for I nnd Glandular;
In tilt VaJulcn Superiur Court. Lancet Cases and Nurse Tubes &c. August I 51-tf I Swellings, it is i superior to any nredicine yet Known to V of !

Hardy B. Criom, Bryan Croom" MEDICAL COLLEGE: -OF GEORGIA: i, the medical faculty It is much safer than 1 DUl\IFIUfS REMEDY FOR THE Jig! : ;
Au
assortment of DRIED HEItBS from the
And James Mills,Complainants.vs. .UE: Lectures in this institution will he resumed of any prepartion of that material,) merCurial\\ The begs leave to recommend
Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Catne ), On thc not lay "ho patient liable to injury from proprietor the uu ost f3:t-
third to of
in
f IN CHAN'CnnT.Torriloiy Monday October next, and expose does with the fullest contldei. ') one illM
f John Phasan, Jas. VKxum, Jlysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, continue as usual six months. They will be dcliverd cold. : I able remedies known for th s troublesome and p e-
it
r and Joseph Huss, DcfendantB. J Thyme, Cellery, Stc. i IIY L.: A. DUGAS, 1\1. D., on Anatomy and Phy T I This (liniment has cured sores of many years stand I complaint. Without going nto detail ,be deefl .

I : It appearing to the s uiefaction of the Court[ lliMt JUICE and LEMON Svnup. siology.PAULF. ing. \\ihere it is impossible or imprudent to heal the l1ou..h to say, he has in iis possession me roost an'doubted un:

I i ; that Johnrhagan resides out of this Territory, and SPICES of every hind-Genuine INDIA Cunnv. EVE, \1. D., on the Principles and Prac- external-sore: in consequence of the bone becoming, ; testimonial thltt has: more corop.'etel j.t!so!

V I hat Jrtnics W. Uxnm, and Josrph Huss live out this English, French, and Prenti 'H Soaps and Per lice of Surgery. carious ">r rotten, it will stop the progress of the caries I swered the [purposefiir \!( Ii it is intcaued,
: District, but in the County Juckbwn in the Western Mrs. A CUNNINGHAM M. D. the iucreasethe, quantity ol. the discharge remove the of
I i' I fumery. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- on Principles and other popular medicine, -.nnlicaW11';
District fonsive fxmcll and the
of
Florida nard &. Noye's Celebrated) INK and INV POWDER- Practice of 1\1 c'didce. eal'u pain. This remedy is perfectly nnoccnt m ',". J tiUDS,
:: It is. therefoie, ordered that unless said defendants THERMOMETERS HYDROMETERS &c. JOSEPH A. F.VE, \i. D., on Therapeutics and Alaleira It euros the worst Felons Whitlows on an application I to all conditions ages aid sexestau, irl'c e3Ch

do appear and answer the complainant's bill herein \le ica.1. I of 48 hoursRheumatisms description of the c-mplaijt I "c. acfi"f7ct and
1. + on or before the first Monday of E. B. PERKINS. : ANTONY \ which have stood so long as to become
September next, that; D., on Obstrctics and Diseases 0 I packet which eousi"la of two boxes. 1050 e
I i the same will be taken pro cl\ftsso against tlu-m, and Tallahassee, July 9th, 1934. [48tf] Women and Infants.L. i a systematic disorder. requires medicine betaken inwardly I- Electuary.: Price, $1 fOi. .the whole or cnt

V iIPi it N further ordered that, copy of this order be pub D. FORD, RI. I D., Chemistry and Pharmacy. I to remove them entirely. But in most common but one o'f the articles is w. tiled.

V lished iiismv: newspaper pt&11tedatI'alla1iasconet TilE TERMS AI'.E: cases by applying this Ointment externally as directed DYSPEPSIA H INI DIG ESTION.

V It! n Week for four months successively, which is ordered Matriculation Ticket, to be tckcn once, $1 00 !! it will dive relief And even in old people, ulms Of long standing, and of the most obtltln. 'tcc/'Jrtcter.;
have been ernJDtPtlJ
S accordingly. THOS. Tickets pains of longer it will the
for standing
RANDALL, Judge the Full Course, 100 00 ease been rdic ved and o"eo l
V. I has immediately sMl
I 10 in
April 3.5-4111. Ticket for
: Practical
Anatomy once 10 00 pain.To haveoccnrrtuand
only
1" BCU and cured. in a variety of cases that
.' V captains masters of vessels this ointment
NOTICE. i Diploma Fee, 10 00 vicinity by using for : short time. pill-*,
: 4
mast belvery: valuable in winter on oar coast it being ojtfBj;|
W. \\
r JOHN ILDE
subscriber will six mor.ths from President. certain in Dr. Relte' Vegetable S Decilic and a0""J, ,. to va,. V
date itlectson ;
its
very Chilblains
r 1 THE apply L. D. FORD, of 'l'ru, or parts affectc-l''
Sec'yBoard ethe'. -1"
I tccs. both of which betnkou .o
.: the Judge of the County Court of with froM likewise are to aC rI1panying
Jcflcu-son
its in
yes qualities audi
)f Augusta, July It, 1835.: f July 18 8-49] pres I nable tliiections aC
f and
;t-- county, for A oisnussion; from the Administration of; AUCTION SALES.-The subscriber having loca mat"s plain practiral .

,1 ) the estate of Isaac Miller, dec'd, late of said county.. in Tallahassee, proposes to do a general Book Binding. ,, A brio mass of testimony proving the value of this pecifi Price 5u cents each. t tne outside Pr'B'

.- or 4 VI .t FRANCIS P. MILLER. AdmV. commission business,regular sale days, Tuesday NO. BALDWIN I I moat excellent medicino will be shewn to those who None are genuine unlcsi signed on ,1-, ojjDDF.R.| ,

'. June 23d, ,35. 46-6m and Saturday. J and the public in respectfully general that informhisfrend he has <5 I( wish further information on applicalion to Dr Hersw ted wrapper. by the noln! proprietor T: Co'w"-Y.-*
,- recommenced immediate the late Dr. '
He will also attend to administrator and othersalcs successor to COUll
li. Book Binding in thii. in the tons, or-to any of his authorized agents. *- 99
FOR SALE.
in the county. ROBERT HACKLEY. city, store no i For sale at his Counting Room, o\cr jj! : >1"
? FIRST rats PIANO FORTE, apply to. March 23d 1833. 33tf occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All order1 for bind( : The above medicine sold by special appointment of' street, near Concert Hall KINS loby NC..1))

A R. J. HACKLEr. N. B. Instruments. of writing executed with neatness ing books will re-bound,be elecutcdwjth neatness and despatch. Old][ I the patentee. and Warranted genuine. cia! appointment by E. B- PEpfggiJl.: ..
to
May 30 2tf. and despatch ft any pattern required. E. B. PERKINS. DnCGGIST.I .
by I
BACKLEY. Tallahassee, March 7th .50 :f. t!I Ta 11 nbassee January 1st, 1831. 27tf. Tallahassee, Feb. 22d, le3 39tf

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