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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 29, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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EDWARD CHANDLER, M Bm r 'IJ If---- --. -r :. q- .4.:V
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: ATTORNEY AT LAW. child, is to be dragged to tie grare aliitot be, 4

..oBice:1t bis residence. THEFLOlttoJA- fore it is ceW;' 'and'wkba .petpfo..fake the :

March 7 1835. 30tf French such
.1&hSsee an indecent practice 1104 .

S.uUEL B. STEPHENS, to unhinge the sacred ties of nature.. Seve '

Attorney at Law.r1AS _- .!r laudable attempts have been recently Made W, .41 J .

located himself in Quincy, Gadsden Coun- -- "LAISSEZ NQUS FAIRE." : Englishmen in France to rouse the tttUqti

H and will practice in the Court of Ap- of the French ministers to the 8Ub) ,.a ,;
I* Tthe Superior Courts of Gadsden, Leon and W1.t ma r. _
fiS, & waaocDsia 1 produce a total change to the s/sleii. .ftf
1IUlQSSmDb
:::'counties..oi-. G4-lycar. -. ATOTfBtt aa. aw.TALLAHASSEE ; .ILQ tt 1cceN Q OQ lamentable te tate that not .only hire their

JOCKY CLUB endeavors been unattended with sucieea; but
RACES. ;
"JAMES \. .SCOTTt.iTTORSEl" r.lJ :
Doct. Richard Blount' tngtun cotinty enterS' Ji X lacll 1ht. I illS alo, in too many instances tbe hoc tane ap* .
Ar L"in'
.
himselfin Monticello Jcfierson ._ tenders his prt f ss:' nal services to f river receives the Chntahouchie and Flint' rivers of plicants have been treated with, ftooldnest, :
\, G located the citizens of M. Me ks, and the Georgia exactly al the boundary in !lat. 31
deg.
bordering Dr.
tenders his --j on incivility. Macnafa
II Florida, professional serio ; ,an English > .<
Coun y surrounding He al!- and
of the lie be ;r rotinty. may with he Chipola, further below, form a magnificent
the Citizen's Territory generally. ways found at his office whui not I physician who resided in France"for mel :1
professionally
tf: mcticc in the Courts of the Counties of Leon, engaged. r tandy of'water of 200 to 400 yards wide, made .
AndGnds-ien, and the Courts of Thomas St. Marks 24ih Ju1vi IS.15. J bearing l produce from Columbus in Georgia, Ir ny years past some very spirited exertions :

.' ffrjon Lo'iids, knr 'm. lie oJso tenders I his servicesV sotf.DrTWm. wint.)) Alabama:: ftnd other landings, down to on this subject during the n'mtsiry of Mfc

II Id >rs tfl neral, r.s n collector an.l pledces him- Thiiii. Tradewell,1\ the flourishing seaport of the same name. The de Gazes; and it is only.doing Common. jiis ,

;tJ SWP ctuality and attciuion. OJficc in Mou.icck. will act as my Airer,: and Attorney Ocklockniy is a large, but crooked river, travers tice to the ex-mini3ter to state, .that hi* COilIo :

: during my ahsei.*.. AJfh.mu; trig 250 miles in Florida only, to pass over a meridian duct was an exception to that which has been .: '

o ((19-1f ANMjAL meeting for 1835, will commence on JOHN BI.OCKER.l: of only 70. The smaller rivers of Wah-observed by his predecessors and suc:easo .
"
ADAMS December 15th, nnd continue 5 dayp. May 30 4Z.'f kulha and Su Marks-the latter afler sinking under :.
JOHN .1 1 Ist Day-A Sweep-Stakes for 3 year old Colts and 'V AN7rE'r J 1 a nutaral bridge and the little town Unforttmaiely however, for the interests cff
\ j
(.ITTOR.\"Er .*r L.4IF,) Fillies,3 mile heatS-subSC1'iptiun $300-forfeit \ O yotlIJO' of 1 passing humanity, fil. de Gazes quitted the ministry .
MiHI1.li.l-mcet
from Qiiinry to Appal.ichieoln! Bay. T $100 -co Ladies who al the fortress and seaport of
srtmlt'rd close 30th lif-ski.u.
Sept. and name the before nrr I tui' just as he about
H'He will rcpularly aitend the Courts hold at the by 4 o'clock, 1'. M. day ,thc Race Mamiuni'ikintr. .u"'ille' Fur the SJIUC .l 'mc. The Ocilla is also a fine river, was to propose an alteration

n RtQuinry and ){rInnnnd tie annual term 2d Day-A Post-Stakes free for Horse rther !particulars apoly at tins Otfir and the JIt1r.'e'ith: it3 sister the Santa Fee, in the French law of burials. The n.emorial:

i'ht Court of A Appeals Tallahassee. Letters ad- or, Gelding In the United States 4 any mile heats.: Mare Subscription fuAugust 8 52 :fw cover an immense body of ( uuty. To the S. E.of presented by Dr. Macaabto tbe Freich min

IffJtoliim.) post Paul will k: attended to. $300: -forfiit $100. To close 30th Scptcm- LAST TAX COLLLC P)ill\$ ,\) .. ,. yIN this lion the famous'Alachu3 Arredundo tract istry, is a most interesting proaSiction, and.we

'FebrUlify'th. 1 :H.; 12611JTItI brr, and name the day before the Race by 4 o'clock, pursuance of !la"J. .j.;i'nr' ,"' -: ",. of land, ibid to be one of the richest of the territory have been f ,oiea WIW n |A:'_. -. -- --

). r. M. ..._.JWTJbncsJoR.ih I ? '' ff .% .r"Tfln-J the T ,.. anil to the South the large tract of Hack- tor's manuscript, from which we make a few

jjLIN S NELL :3(1 Day-Jocky Club Pnr.. .tnn n '" At the house of John Klndrick onFud.iy the 21st I ley. Th(- magnificient river St. Johns enters on I icxiracia. in i.iJ-1..r imtcvei noAf' .,

} .IT L.vr. YjJ: .. tlii.ViU FtTi"l5ayfl: Jockey Club Purse $GOO, 3 mile heats- of At:\ugust.the house of Wm R.' ..s. on Saturday tl the east shore, uorlh ol St. Augustine, and, stri- rnnc.ru"Qrc\W'lu 'frsra E l y4J.?A3 to Ato ,

.'TTOR.VE I Ijuitcs,(.,uti,11'C.0\ hnn wIth ind'iryAn ''t.- Entrance $50. 22d of August. c ie king south to the back of that city, firm'ariolls unnatural custom, the rich and the tb .
\ 'WIt 0 1!Itf Sih Day-Proprietor's' Purse 5300, 1 mile-heats lakes of. poor, *
which the is and the
'. Dcc. 2lbt At the house of John Ilavis. I principal George, child from
Monday the 2-Ilh! newly the womb the h in thb
PunCll\\\Jf\ .
... MRES and J AS. D.VEST- 3 best in Entrance $2.; of An -hst. last Munroe after winch the source is lost in un- you
I flower
RdcrrnrfJ- jLjp Subscriptions to cither of the above Stakes, IS of life and tho favorites of tie.cxe
.
of John D. Parr.h defined Caters. The banks of this noble
At thc store Mickasook- varying
[
f..Q'.urrs. J
ccrtT Jr., can be made by letter addressed to the Proprietor at ) on..t tion the fair
river sex, are alike exposed to the danger
the 25th of
A'fRICI{ Tuesday August.At presents scenes sometimes soft sometimes
the
lllP, TalUhassce, anytime before 30th September next.
l the house of Gatse rn sublime perpetual death from
THO. BROWN, Sec'ry & Proprietor. Bf'nj.V. : on Wednesday ; while its .banks and islands afford the prematuia.iotet-

'\ Dutiful dcep ml l sorrel, now ri- July 24th. IH35. 50tf the 26th August. StAt finest land for cultivation. To the north of lake raent. In every age and country, history baa

su ftr'e' health;' rs and old,visor.1 15 hands will) stand luKniidfoil .the .Middle District-Leon Superior Court. Aug ust.the house of John Blockers, on Thursdty 27th ;o George it:Js joined by the Ocklawaha; a noble river furnished numerous instances of individual

in county, Honda, Julin T.Johns J At the Tavern of Mi. Thornpan, 1 l-Magm-lla] on10 pervading a great part of the Peninsula, but who, in apparent death, have beau pieserwd

(11 \tI11! "CSOfl a'\ntKuireouuty, .CO., at T a 1111ft VS. > ATTACIIMES'T.ShadrackAtkinson Friday 23th August. r- whose s.urce is also undefined. by accidental causes from pretnatui inter-

Mount : M to Marr at $7 the sin- ) At the house of Thomas St. Mark These tx>We lakes and rivers-these vast fields
and *iU tiC llarvcj, [ ) ore Jof ment. The short period hou
Fitta,
',(1ft, if Pn.1: at any l"c. within the THE Defendant and all others interested,are hereby Saturday 29h August. fhe c ves of which I have not spokeu-the twenty-four i
:11' the icacnn, allowed
..It! .r\- end 1 '2Oj3jnsttrc notified that the above stated has been illst e fissures of the by the existing laws of France, t-
l'f ( H'a oO:1 expires, calc At the store of N. \V. Walker, [Shell Point] on very earth-the birds of the air, &
'I"
("1,11" a mate 1'\1.,1 In Jo inU which will\ become duet I tatted, thai Attnchment has been issued: and that they Monday the 31st August.At )t fhhes of the sea-oSrr an endless subject, of yet the purpose of ascertaining the real c r apparent .

%UI 1 ftil" n1'lre: Ii osccii.in.tl to b'in foal), ornMo niolifieby required to appear and plead to the declaration the store of R. J. Hackley [Tallahassee) ] Wednesday nexplored matter, tn the !ovcr of natural history{ death of individuals, i* far too short.

with-AIo :t c4- : the. :rO\u)1. to ,he paid 1 1pRrtf'd according to the sutute in s\Kt case made 2tl Si-ptember. I which none here has, to this day, had leisure, There are many cases in which the ''Iign' of

..\ rcry rllcctlo f I\II\S the server ,*rC'JUh'Tt.t and provided. A punctual attendance. is rcqucstd longer indtil- j.1' perhaps no one the intimation! to prosecute. I death ,
apparent are witnessed and which
r4Jm; \irKiuirickvas: sired l h y Monsieur LEIGH READ, Att'y. for PPfF.Aupusj gence cannot I be !,"cn. alit fitc. can-
Ton'4)fl,one f ilie most ejli-bratr J horses in I tate 1 lt 51lfMnrshal's I shall attend from 10 o'clock.. M. to 3 P. :01. of1' yours, net Le determined days after ,lhiy have

rl VJr.ill: l-\l\, il1r TO..M.H. was b}' the Pacolet, Sale. each day. Is I been Manifested. could enumerate (iseasea
From
horse t1U7.ell. he by Pacole ofrn1rtnd A. A. FISilER. Tax Col. ,,1 the Charleston Mercury.
in ubich
the ;npl\l'teJ such "
ilr. by )II' Bialik atid, by Guldolphm, Arabian, BY Mitue of a writ of FiTi Facias, to me drli'cr'd August 8 52-td! i TIlE. POST OFFICE AI D THE INCENDIA- signs arc common. Dr. MaCk
by ,
II i GaHu.t, Jle liy Gr Hahn, alll1un by I shall expose at public wile, before the v! 1 RIBS.j nab then proceeded in illustration of fcis position
ills i.tm Tof' TEN DOLLARS R \\'AHU.
Jmr'tu\.d, }n'I.t'rll.c.; .\'c., 1.lS grapJam bv Gr.yNq'dlt door of the (Com House in the City of Tallahassee, I) j The letter of the Post Maser; General, to thfj to relate among others the follotrin :-

iipom-aO>c.ir, import Li 'arl1l1l1ht, dan on the first Saturday in September next, nil the right, RAN AWAY on tie Sih inst. a Negro |Cyears j; Post Master in this city, relative to the recent inj "The danger to which the elegant Lady Bus-
r
the if DICK about 60
title claim and intciest Thrmas1.. Bradford in by name ,
,
bark 3dt
JlI 1,1, \%t(1 was got by Dinmed, 211 by ccndiary abuse and oU of the U. S. Mail sell
I a > was
UI. l'earnon1\t jth 1)v7rS J.1- and to tie: following described Lots, t to wit:-Lots of age, common she, slender built.Dick .- 1 tnonnj exposed, IB too well known, both tt1 0

.) Cln 7t th byVh. 1t1: Ilf tu znt:lth'Jtt.iifl, th hy hy Janus, ,'lulU TUlIgh No: 29, 30 and 176, lying and being in the North Ad- I has a remarkable Slot of white hair on ;s taken fix-no the Richmond: Whig, is in our opinion France and England, to require detail*. Sb o

? i ifni"'fll',1 Escape, out of Cd. t Huomc's dition to the City of Fallahassre, levira od as the property I he top(Sf his head, rvbovuilia size of dollar. ,_ i io the highest degree satisfactory. The Post remained seven days and nights withe,ut
t1Itf'n "J ;
was old Imported B< lford out ofSpntswods of saul Bradford, to satisfy a Judgment in fa- The said Negro was fanierly the properly i I Master General has exhibited but a prudent and any
1..IJrlTf'd Fry: by : i 1 signs of Hie and her
O( : imported 1a'1\tll um.. Those whoM vour of Charles Pindar. Sale will take place within; Littleberry Jones, ant! it is supposed he ; proper rikiclance ta assume authority in the ab-j(. interment was ielayed .

"w. S"Cl RK'U detailed account of his p..JIrecII the usual hours. is cituer at Quincy or BIountstouion the A!palach- >t i sence of any law conferring it, an.! has at ihe'' only on account of the violent grief wtich existed

rblrt pcrtrmatlccS to {Monsieur Tonson] arc referred toki i THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH. Mar.'hul, icola. The above reward will be paid on his being it I same time exhibited a just appreciatiou of the i; in her family. If (says the auth r,) La

? "'nc.'s '1'urfIgister, January No. 1S.T2. By A. A. FIHIER, Dep. Marshal.Tallahassee. confined in any jail, or delivered! (' me, on the OC! -K l) \} right of the South and the inviolable SlI1eli.f.u.].I dy Hiusell had been in France,under the exiting

Monsieur Tt-nson's colts have sold at very high }: 1 11th July 1835. 4Ptd lockney. ASA MUNSON. :S its institutions. Mere stlenct on suc'i' an orcasioron : law, she would have been buried alive .

priirs: I ls.\w their improvement, he having had ListKil NOT I C K -August 22 2-tf I the part of thead of the Post Office Depart she recovered however ; J
s and
inner- than the get of any other liQr' in tint the Books fur Sub Land F'g a'r.! lived mal y yea.r
more IS hereby given, : receiving i meat would have amounted Com implied:: :..rqlliI afterwards.'"
the IICM e' .ltl.rc, however, nf opinion '- The second instance is related
.tniprcv: my the toclof the Southern
scnptiows to Capital subscrih- d-sirous of kivi'i D. ratur coun- escence in the highly l commendable! course pursiv
rf, him is that I paid; last: November ten thousanddullarscaf.illor Life Insurance and Trust will be THE by the celebrated' Gch'er, Geneva in the lois
C..many, openedat Gco., offers for salc hu beautiful situation I ed, and lesponsibility atuum. d by our Pos-t Mas t .
it i \'a. Fob.
'l
Chtteifi Rlh 1831.
: him. \\'. ,R. JO'INRON.i th> omVc of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in the City of and tract of land on the northern stage ro.'d, (.IIP e : ter, but unde( the dtdarirtioii.s of the former, that: lowing words:-"I knew a girl 25 years old J ..

St. .UgL'Iit1e. on the second day of November next: n.ile from the town of Chattahxichec, consisting i oft "he is not prepared to direct. UJt l lrtVaru1i1 .> I named Eliza Roy, who narrowly be-
The grand' -n nf Kirkiiatn K, war purchasedrfM.Hv will : rdej escaped .
jreM at 10 u'oJncIt, and be, left from time to time remainder
open the
250 of which in cultivation -
35
>i ic< .'t'B'.xlinGreeii, Va. at the price of by adjournment until the whole of the Stock shall be acres, are U livering of the obnoxious p:1ptrsthat "by ncI ling buried alive. She lived at a distance of f
oak and I
lies well! timbered magnolia
!i\rf. wiitn\ *.' :,fl (-..Jt, arHi.\ is descended from his iiuirtcd subscribed, not exceeding thirty days. with some few, pine. Mosqnitto chiefly y Creek passing nearly t i[I! act or direction of his, official or private, could he- two )leagues from Geneva. For sorre year .
auj highly, aj'pn'\,'d stork of 1t00' es. Thus it LOT CLARK be induced to aid, knowingly! in giving circulation
she had
excellentmill been
I through! the centre of the trat affords an subject to nervous attacks, which
Iil! hcsi-cnihat lvukp.urick combines in an eminent ROBERT RAYMOND REID. site cnient timber both for and. to papera of Ibis dcNcription, diiectly or indirectly I I j-jI
building
... cons to frequently deprived her of of
of stocks of horses inalkt
rt, two tic! IWI
r.danJ rkc. Amu-ica., viz-JAS.-The li.Medley T. L01UMER.and Diomid -Jure 2d. 1S3.1. 45 lOw Cf>miniiaionrrs..N sawing.The buildings. dwelling h".we.Iri.hon., crili. meat-. will not condemn" the step taken by the PostMaster lifts but after the lapse of a few hours* t.howouhI t

G.ld\J Co. Flo. April.;, 1933. 37tf OTIC K.SIX house, <$-c., are all in goixf order, and convenient towater. > that acquiescence becomcfulIand express. i. recover aad resume ber occopolfonti as

wcks after date, I shall apply to the Honor- I : To the Jot Master General) we cheerfully award I if nothing had happened. On one oc casloo* o.
Eitrrtttfa :IcUt? from Cul Forttnf If. FloritAsltuardsKukjiaturk !/): .
'. ; ; I i.tvc tlaerLLit.cd a hijhit.iiiixiftiim ) the County CourtiifTcon Oour.ty, for Ltt- To a person inclined 10 settle in the vicinity of t1is. I'i credit fr the soundness and propriety of his however, the suspension of her facult es was .
this farm will afford
I tt-rs of Admimtruion: on the Estate of J OHM T. JOHNSON Apalachicola Arsenal, as many riews and the lair inference from them i is
(; ; the fr wf said deceased any
t'-: ll.c speed of him :tittario'm, Pittman's colt, they I Isle County.CATHARINE JOHNSON. acres. It has on it two excellent springs, und for' 1! every Southern Post Master is left "to look fiir his man of the neighborhood, who piondun-

''''''tri' fa: to run one. and\ cifttiid:! hniiivtlf well, comiiifr out i. lached to the firm, there arc about 30 head (If stock I i and! the circumstances with which he is surrounded {
t4iau.the S'UIP tpinhitw em them as they started DOCTOR J. HUNTEROFFERS I I close sbrowd, according to the barbarous CQSi -
and
I cattle, and the same number! of stock hogs, which will'Ihe j so no Southern Post Master will
Marion had! tin ,\:'iit'-Kiik w\s then turned! out Mid his ProCcsMoiKiI services 10 the eiti;ens I sold with it, or separate, to suit the purchases;" shrink from the lequisite responsibility, this channel i torn of the country, and laid upon a bedstead

bt very fat: lu.l n.> exercise but walketl to \vatirtivif county, generally. He has located The crop of corn 1 probably 500 bushels] potatoes, may be considered as henceforth closed against : Among those who called to condole uhh ifky .

j per (hy, tmi'e rouch, when there was a tn.urh ', himself on the Meridian road, six milts North ot jft tas, cane, &c., will also be disposed of in !like manner.. incendiary circulation. i parents, was a pruticuhr friend of the ; .
: #
rw.l: 't n run him ajjH'iiit'! J. Bullock's Slazy, dash of t a I Tallahassee, where he may be found when not Fro j The above property will l he sold hw for cash, or if tppc- .
n.lf, v..uh' he I..It hei \\ ith t he utmost ease, under I fcssionally eng3ged.TallaliasseeJuue. indulgence be requited the purchaser can be accommodated ed deceased, of )ber own age. The young

n an L'! in junl 1 tin\. v/n traininsj him the List season, I 15th, 1835 45.1 Ow by applying! on the premises toEPHRAIM J From, e Georgia Journal woman, anxious to take a last look at her .1.
I t.kuWiTI, the coir uhicJi 1 would ', Ji4'lU 1'Jc. ['U''A..JA.
\\'Ki supposed NOTICE. RIGDON. ->u friend, unripped the shroud and impiinieatt J
K\\ l.ioaf. .!he hours of all PREMATURE INTERMENTS. -
"r ncaiiy lw in spite alient.'iiiard GI- & 52-3w
u-dic-d 1 ft k-i I stance And know when .ho I SIX wetks after date, we shall apply to the County Dtratnr eo. Aujr. I My profession as a Christian Minister frequently kiss upon her cheek. White! she was kissing 0': 1

rim, i jicas in n) .idir, and was held in by the riJcr.r.al (iLlit of Jefferson county, fur Letters of Admm- Fresh Groceries. her, she fancied that she felt her breatle. Sfeo 'r S
I occasions me t. attend funerals. This
istratior the of Thomas
estate Cooksey d-rfased
on ,
1 : f1i.thz: } nui on a heavy course liulc over ft'i II. LIISDENBERGER has received repeated her caresses, and being shortly assured .
'U Lite of said THO P. UANIHJLPH.FETNAH has led me to reflect on the .
GEORGE
:! '-Timo 2iu. 1 t M-C. The colt I have Kirk's get county. very improper
arrivals, and offers fur sale low for of the fact ot her friend being no longer
4.ury prllmisiug-.lle IMS fn.e.; .fonn, tare and likely." I COOKSEY custom of hurrying the dead to their long
j 1\1.lnlif'elloJ(1T.rson Co. Ith July, lt'I:j ."0Gu.NOTICE. cash dead, she applied her mouth to that of I ihe girl!, '
'MH1UK.SIX ; loo( Ibs. Bacon, assorted, and dark home. Frequently, a period ofnot ,
and in short time the
latter
weeks: after date 1 shall apply) to the H-.n. tie I I 2,0 'O Ibs. best New Orleans Sug r, more 'than thirty-six, or at most forty-eight I a was resOredJo I

JtIc nf the CUlIn'} Court of Leon County : SIX months after date I shall submit my accounts 300 do. Lou duo hours, is suffered to elapse, ere the life, and able to.dress herself." Dr. Ciichton,
.J:Le'tch Adsninibtratiun n on the Estate: of Duncan I \\ouchei9 Administratrix of the Estate of 40 bU. super fine Flour, person pronounced Physician to the Grand Duke Nicholas, bro- !

McPhtrson.derd.. Hrnry B. JFitts, deceased to the Hon. the County : J do. Molasses, dead, rs consigned to tho cold grave. ther to the Emperor Russia relates fact I
J. H. RANDOLPH. Court of Leon County, aivl apply for a discharge. I fO do. Rum, And thdt too in the midst of a New England a

_july t 4T-f ELIZA. BRUCE, Admi'x. : 10 do. Whiskey, winter when it is evident a might be from his own experience, which poverfully t.
coipse
"" : 0 t'C E. _July.I8thl83.._. .:-..-.....4y-um.-.- --._.-.....-.-_"_-- :I 30 Kegs Lard. kept several days without being at 3ll offen supports the arguments used by Dr. ft! aF riah. :.
.
20 Bags Coffer, "A Dr. Grtchton in the !
youoggirl,
lIE NOTICE says service
P subscribirs liaxc cntcied into Copartnership I 20) Baskets Champaigne Winer sive. I know not whether the indelicate custom -

thi day under the f.nn '.f AWlcr 4- Put ziam. AT the nex' January Term of Gndsdes County 2 Casks Sperm Oil, &.e. ifc. (to call it by no other worse name) be of the Princess of -, who 1 ad for
They wiU: attend ::0 the C-Ji-imis-'ion k Storage liusir Court, the undersigned Admin trdtor and Ad- Tallahassee 22d August, 2-tf general sometime kept her bed with a uervou: atTection -
confined
<:ss- 1\'. C MILLKIt I ministratrix of the estate of Francis A. Cash, dec'd, ; or only to certain localities. III at length te all! '
N. B. The subscriber returns his sincere ackiwwl- appearance was deprived
their Vouchers and either caso it were well to remember that history
JNO. G. PUTNAM. !late of said conny.11 prcsmt -
ed nucnts (for tie: very extensive patronage he has of life. Her face bad ail!! the character3>f
Rfftrto Accounts for settlement) with said estate, and pray to furnishes various instances of to

Mr.b1eSSr5.[l Cln.olm! k/Tayor! Ci J -irleit n, be discharged therefrom. shall received be ,wanting and pledges to pkase hrusclf the that people nothing in gcr.efal.G.on his part, to alt appearance dead, but who have persons been re- death, her body was perfectly cold, anl.e< very

Wm. Mancr.and ) HARRIET A. JARRETT, Adm's.ISAAC other symptom of death was manifested. She
ColJas.Gruls.leIi j Tallahassee.Messrs. JARROTTAdm'r. II. L. stoied to animation and health; and thus happily -
I removed into another
was romand phcedinacoflin.
Colin Mitchel v PurrMitchel.i Quiny July ir, Id35. 5 -&ms_ JX ruoullis after date, apjtlitation will be made tu preserved from the horror of a premature
St Marks S !honorable of the On tbe day fixed for her /u.neraJ, '
i,June 5th, 1 IS3:. 43-Gm Court. the Judge County Court for :
Jackson grate
_- r Superior the county of Gadsden, lor Letters of Dismissofy on hymns, according to the custom of thji couni -
NOT NathaniclS. The possibility of what sometimes
I C O Griswold the of John P. Neales, !late Gadsden very appears i I
estate county, were before tbe door but at the
, PROPOSALS will he received for raising a cargo and Horace L. Sill, [ dte'd. 'v. D. HARRISON, Adm'r. to be death, may after all be nothing : try sung ; very -
Tunl.u, which was dll'owillto the vs. I moment that they wore going to oail down -
Kive St. J Quiney, June 1st Id35. 43-6ni_ more than suspended animation, which A few
Marks some seizure of Samuel Stowers.SA1UEL } the coffin a h skio
perspiration
years ago to prevent was seen on ;r ,
the NOTICE.SIX days remove, is quite sufficient would I
vessel .one
transpoi it. STOVVER3, nnd nil other persons may
ung and in a few minutes it succeedc d
r ''CPlArpy! at the office of the Apalachicola Land are hereby notified that a petition months after date tipj-liciuion will !be made to think, to induce all interested in these mourn- : was By a

Vjin Tallahassee.-June 6th. 43tfTUE was this day filed by Nathaniel S. Griswold and II. Hon. the Ju(''g. of the County Court of ful events to wait patiently, should! it be for a I I convulsive motion in the hands and feut. Jn. .._
L. Sill to foreclose a Mortgage given by said Stowersto Jackson County, for letters of Dismission en the a few moments she opened her eyes aod Uttered -
subscriber until expects: to be absent from the Ter- t one Wm. Brooks, on the 3d of January 1833, and Estate .f Andrew G. Mays, deed.II. week, or even longer if necessary, until they : a piercing scream. The faculty .
Augustus; September next, and hereby apooints by him assigned to said Griswold and Sill, on the Ifith HOLMES, A m'r. arc fully satisfied that the evidences of death we/a .
onand Arthur Maron either otthem : instantly called in, and iu the of a few
1i" Agents and ,or of January, 1835; the mortgage is on the following! August 22 2fcnEXECUTOR'S are unequivocal. There have been many ca- space 0 ; :.
0
Attorney's in fact his absence.
during viz Lots No. 81 and 62 77 and 80 known l'tU' -lCE. i days her health was completely reestablished.The .
,
: ,
. pnl 25th 1833. 33-tf Til. JEF. GIEEN.oi'i property ses, Bays an ancient physician in which the
and designated as such on the Map or Plan of JNlari- months after date I shall present my accounts account which she gave of ber situation,
of death witnessed
\ CE. anna, and County of Jackson.G SIX ard vouchcis for final settlement, and apply to signs apparent are and is extremely curious. She said tbat she

&T the next January Term of Gadsden County S. HAWKINS, Att'y. for the Hon. Judge of the County Court of Leon Co. i which cannot be determined for days after 'I to dream that she dead ; tbatshe appeared ;

win Court! the undersigned, Executors of the last August S_52-laf4m Grisuohl 4- Sill. for a discharge from the Executorship of the Estateof they have been manif &ted. 1 could enumerate was )Ut

-illI.nd Tegument of CoL Owen Fillyaw, deed., NOTICE. John K. Campbell, deed. : diseases, in which such signs arc comm I I was sensible of every thing that wits passing :
nl their accounts and vouchers for settlement FRANCIS EPPES, Ex'r. round ber; and distinctly heard bei.friends
"ih S8.ld Election for the Officers and Directors of the Chi- n. The following- article from the European
estate, and pray to be discharged therefrom. AN August 2-Cm |. bewailing her death, she felt them envelope
Canal will
St Andrew's Bay Company, will illustrate
H. Magazine, 0
\v.M D.EACH HARIU AM, ) r x'rs. be hold at the office Allen Bush,in the Town Mari- SIX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the Ho and it is to be my meaning, her in the shroud, and place her in tho c ftW. .- 0 -"
ON. hoped, as sufficientcause
operate
j a
the Court of Leon for
GaddenCo. June 5 anna, Jackson county, on the first of November: County County, This sensation gave her extreme
44.Cm day acDl.lJd
___ next-ofwhich, the Stockholders take notice. Letters Administration on the Estate of \VILLlUIS1 for reforming a custom big with fearful she ;
l"OTlJA A further payment of five per cent. on each Share IITII, late of said County, deceased. and tremendous apprehensions. attempted to speak, but her soul \1 as unable :

T the next January Term of Gadsden County is required to be made on or before that day. A. R. S. HUNTER. "There are few persons ignorant that it is to act upon her body. She descr.bes.her ._ ;

tate o Court( the "ndrr<5igned Administrator of the es- By order of the Board of Dir<-tors. Aumst 22 2-Gw the unnatural custom of the French to inter sensations as verr contradictory, as if she was ;

: Ch&ICS! \1al1llln. dt-tfd, will preicnt his Ac- D. W. HORNE, Secretary. weeks alter date application will be made te and was not in her body at the same instant. ;
Andud 'oucurs for settlement wL:1 enid estate, July 22d. 1835. 5OQmsMerchant SIX Honorable the Judge of the County Courtof twenty-four hour after the apparent disease. She attempted in vain
to her
pray be discharged therefrom. Jackson County for Letters o< Administration on This Practice, which is said to have its origin move i inns, jo :

Quincy JiO.V.. MALONE,. Adm'r. Tailor, the Estate of Richard. L. Watson, late of said coun- regard for the living by preventing the evil open her eyes or to speak. The agory of her ;,

J 1y ,;.I lil33.j. 4.Gn Three doors north of the Planters Ilettl. ty, deed. SAM'L. L. SOLOMON. of putrefaction has excited-hor mind was at its height when she beani, the funeral : :

J. B1RGE respectfully informs the public that 15 1-6w consequences ,
(1 LICE. J August hymn, and found they were about to nail
IX he has just received a general supply of goods will be ror in reflecting minds generally and the deserved -
S weeks after S weeks after date application made by
date I will do the
apply to the Judge of wn lid of the coffin. The
of being
SIX horn
the Com11 y Court of Jefferson .lor Lettersof suitable to every branch of his profession, consistingin le undersigned! to the Probate Couit, for Let censure of many eminent medicalmen ur -

tels A hdaUDIstra.tlOn upon all the Goods county and, Chat-- part of Blue, Black, Mixed, Green Invisible Green, ters ol Administration on the Estate of Dr. Thos. J. who declare that the sanitary precaution buried alive gave new impulse to hsr mind, '
R' Drake neck Green and Brown striped
Broadcloths
,
Prcdits' which of the estate of Srowden, deed. EDWD. SEIXAS. ban been carried to an which which resumed ,its '
.3&mes Brooks were Drabs, Lavender and Tea coloured Caaimeres, Vesting 22 23w. extreme, outra- power over its orporeil -
dec'd August *
Barney late, left Admin u ministered by Harris 4-c. AH of which will be made to order. Ladies NOTICE.A ges not only decency, but humanity. That i it organization, and produced the effect which -
L1id L ireCeased 8trator of the estate of dresses and cloaks made in the fashionable should still exist L the
, riding most best proof that can be T
JAMES excited the
R. notice of those
M' b BROOKS. LL having any claims or demands against who were aboutr
persons
8OOky, Ud July' 1835. 50-6w' style.In offered of the obstinacy of the French
I Estate of JOHN T. JOHNSON deceased government
the -
presenting himself to the public he simply states to convey her to a premature '
OTICE. that no work shall leave his shop without tne entire are hereby notified to present their claims duly cr the ridiculous respect attached bya grave. 0

A T the next January Tem of Gadsden County satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting authenticated within the time requircd by law; and all nation to a custom which sends many innocent Editors of papers would greatly promotft.

Ccmur; the undersigned Adounistrator Philadelphia or New York. He will use those indebted to said Estate, are requested to make the
.e of of the es- equal to victims prematurely to the grave, and cause humanity, by copying tie above
A. ChaPPeU. dec'd, will Present his every endeavor to please everyone that patronises immediate payment to Patrick Kerr, my duly author-
tLe tourts,Ud a.n Vouchcn for settlement with said es- him, and as he is n permanent resident of Tallahassee ised attorney in fact, or toCATHERINE serves to weaken the effect which scene of in their respective journals.

pray to be discharged therefrom. identified solely with its interest, he asks the wpport JOHNSON death are calculated to produce on the living.It MATHEW HARIiNG."
w- Administratrix of John T. Johnson.. deceased.
1' FLAKE AilniV.456m. of the people. I
1thMsee, J une 17.1B3!' March M :31if August 2.6'" is monstrous, thai the body of a parent or Fryeburg Me. June BQ, 1835. *s

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EDWARD CHANDLER, :.4 __
'tI Chlld.lsO be .the 0 -.....
I 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW. THE Digged to gran.akriNt be >

''.. Office at Iiic residence..1ahast FLOIUTI'Ti.; fore it is 'Ci1dwkhi.: .peeile,4ke the -i' :

:J. t March 7 1835. 30tf French,such an indecent practi*fatal fend '. ,'::4;;

SA1ffiJt B. STEPHENS, to unhinge the sacred ties of oaHnii.' flenAi ;J';'

"- Attorney at Law. laudable attempts; have ben recent ly Made fry, : t
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located himself in Quincy, Gadsden Coun- "LAISSEZ NQUS FAIRE." Englishmen rn France to rouse tHe"It lilt( I ..... ;

r"t liAS and will practice in the Court of Ap7 n of'th- French ministers to the i object,a*! 0

and'the Superior. Courts of Gadsden, Leon and m1.t YLt Va ZLD ifo UUl WAQS) m 1Jr ntY U g u eo -- produce a total change io the system'. '.fell ;_:..

tf, :kon Counucs.S 241'cu: -, \ tLQ tt-t \ Q 00 lamentable t. state that not 'only' fare their ,," :

'January 21 T 1 TALLAHASSEE JOCKY CLUB RACES. endeavors been unattended with a Keeaa; but n.

.. --- JAIES \i. SCOTT, Doct. Richard Blouritl -aliP, in too many instance* the Iwman AI'J:

AT LAW.located tenders his f u'Jnal services to ,
ATTORNEY pn phcants hare been treated with a coldness :?
himself Monticcllo, Jefferson __.,__ __ the citizens of >'t. Marks, and the '.
t fAVING Florida, lenders his professional serVcstOLt s / surrounding county. He may always bordering on Hicivility. Dr. Maciflb, an English :. ... ;

" ii Coun'V Citizens, of the Territory generally. lie be found at his office when not professionally I physi-ian who resided in France'for rod .

'I.1 trtke in the Courts of the Counties of Leon, engaged.St. ny years past made some very spirited exe>
. '
'ffGn andGftdsdcn, and the Courts of Thomas \ 24th July. 1835. SOtf. lions this
'ffi on subject during e raiijetrv of I\K\ ._:
.
a jLowiids,general Gcnrg :,t.as He a collector olsn tenders ami r-ledces his servie'tsperor.sifl him. Dr. \Vnl. Tradewell, de Gazes; and, it is onJydoiugccmon jUSj. '."

.. ;;to : :\ }" and attention. OiHcc in Mon. will act as my Agent and Attorney lice to the ex-minister to state, that hu con, ,

It11 iccIo. during my absence tn Aittlnma! I duct was an exception to that whioh. has been ,

, : o (J9-tf) A NNUAL meeting for 1835, will commence on May 30 42tfWASfTED.Twoyouriff JOHN BLOCKER. :observed by his predecessors and ,mccessors*

f OHN J. ADAMS Tuesday, December 15th, and continue 5 day. 'Unfortpoately, however, ,for the interests,jtf t
1st A
Day- for
3
1 Sweep-Stakes old Colts and (
year .
iaii
, (JTTORtfEY .fr L.1W,) Fillies,3 mile heats-subscription $300-forfeit $100. .. humanity r M. de C a zer quitted "ihemioiafry 0 :
Ladies who
1 rt/1lol.tcf from Quincy to Appal.icliicoh Bay. T* close 30th Sept. and name the day before the Race : are elc-slr"n.(. ") > tAw'ht, just as he was about to propose an alteration
Maniuam.ikmg ine' For
1r IFS will regularly attend the Courts held at thevllt 4 o'clock u" ; '
by p. M. in the French law of burials. The
and M.rIannMd: the annual term 2d A rther particulars apuly at this Office.fu .memorial .
Post-Stakes
Day- free for Horse
Quinry any Mare, A 8 52-lUvLAST by Dr. Macaakto the 5
Tallahassee. Letters ad- ugus>t I presented Trench min
'If the Court of Appeals at or, Gelding:: in the United Stales, 4 mile heats.: Subscription '
cd to hlln.post p.wl, will be attended: to."FebrURfy7th $300-forfi it 5100.1 To close 30th Septem TAX COLLLC I'UR'S0. ? ;j... istry, is a most interesting production, and wa

16H. [:.?tiflffTLIN ] ber, and name the day before the Race by 4 o'clock, TTN'pursuance of law,,,I )hjJ'oT'co'frcptin-Mh( LI'.1'pplacsSo.t have been f.,oiea wuu B t/c*- ... -, _w '
-\-'VAIU: ). r. : } } P, "\: a'J'H'" l"M. .' .1 ri. tor's manuscript, from which wo J make a fe"o
M.3d ., ""At of John Kfndrick, Friday the 21st .
Day-Jocky Club Pnrc: *'tran n the house exiracu ii.au;J- .-wkaViTer rank't

, .1T L.7IV. v...u.lI.1CIH.O.Jlla.SN'EL T.t'on."Ef I' :ii tTfTSayJockcy: : Club Purse $600, 3 mIle heats- of August.At the .house of Wm Re1is.. on Saturday U e twth 1Mr\9JIU i/rfira crownjdjieflda} to A&J _. ,j

business'ont\l1e* 1\\ '.0 hnn wllh; mdll.1- Entrance $50. 22d of August.At unnatural custom, the rich and tie poor, tfy) '
wI' tte1lt to De. 2ht I9tfRfetflt'1'1 5th Day-Proprietor's Purse 300, 1 mile heats- the house of John Ilavis. {Monday: the 24th child newly from the womb, the youth in tto
\ 3 best in Entrance $23.
W .D. 'V ES'r-
) 1'Il ... \iu.ES1\Il\lJAS.I of August. flower of life and the
favorites
of
: either of the above Stakes the.c.res
. SL:p Subscriptions!' to D. PanJi
. At the store of John [Mickasooky] on
cni'T Jr.. r.'Q'm-rs can be made by letter addressed to the Proprietor at Tuesday the 25th of August.At lion, the fair sex, are alike expose I to the danger

I\JltIP.A'l'llICI(, Tallahassee, anytime before the 30th September next. the house of Benj. W. Gaisc, on Wednesday perpetual death from prenrnureinte

ml sorrel, now n- THO. BROWN, Sec'ry Proprietor. the 26th August. ment. In and
. A l ".'\iutiful dcep 24th 1835. 50tf every age country, history baa
. four old, IS hands: hi-l\; ,, andto -July ___ At the house of John Elockcrs, on Thursday 27th furnished numerous instances of
years indivi
sI1 ua
will stand the .Middle District-Leon Superior Court.JuhnT.Johnsun .
_ in health an.l visor: August.At who, i in death
(luincv, GadbJcn county, Honda, iVS. the Tavern of Mr. Thompan, [!Magnolia] on apparent have b84i a preserved .
e {!1 IIIfl'" CtSflfl at Jrl'\U1l' county, GCOP' at 1.a 11!aLt > ATTACHMENT.ShadrachAtkinson Friday 28th August.At by accidental causes from preatire inter

. lit MUflt Pleasant and wi\\! be tC' 5liIrPS at $7 hc sin- ) the house of Thomas llarvej, [St. Marks] or ment. The short period of twvnl,.four houp ,.

) srt', FI.llul3. the, Ce\5nn, if $ at allY tune. within the THE Defendant and all others interested,arc hereby Saturday 29th August. allowed by the existing laws of 'France for
1. "
In
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"e.Ie .1.- after the season expires, and $20: notified that the above stated case has been instituted i- At the store of N. W. Walker, [Shell Point] on "
: mi.1
I ; the
of
! if
Scan :to be in foal', which will bcrpmeducIs I that Attachment has been issued and that they Monday tIct3lst August. purpose ascertaining the rca! or apparent .<.

4. < the marc: i ii nS4 crtl1nt',1. to be in loal, or; no hereby required to appear and plead to the declaration At the store of R. J. Hackley [Tallahassee] Wednesday death of individuals, i ia fai.' too sho t.

t r.rtrf \ I\.S ith--\l-oa5: (' -i>:sio thc-proom. to be paid 1 according to the statute in such case made 2tl September. ; There are many cases in which the signs ofapparent
the service Is rcmlem) d. and provided. punctual attendance is rcqucstd: longer indnl-. death
as r.'OIl ns are witnessed (!, which cabnet
r.ase
an
% 4.very -
:1
LEIGH READ for Pl'ff.Aint. .
:Monsieur
rick was sired by Att'y. genre cannot be gi"en.
K \
>rM': be
tl\lCflfthc erlchratrdlo, c In the State: 1.I 1,_51-tf_ I shall attend from 10 o'clock M. to 3 P.M. of determined for days aflei!: ,feey havo

Ton..on V i.I. :\-\111ic"r: Ton.n was by the Pncolct ------ Marshal's Sale. each day. : been manifested. I could enumei ate diseases

hi Ir p the imported horse Citizen, he by Pacolei of A. A. FI IER. Tax Col. in which such signs arc common." Dr. Mao
by Goldo ..lun Aral"ilan. virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me deli 8 52-td
fy, Blank 3111t! by | BY August nab then
he proceeded in illustratior of his .
DHind. ,
: I shall at public sale, before the poi
, Gr Hahn Gallatm byimpoitcd expose
J Jle ,
W Gallant, by R \VARU.RAN .
h sd. m Ji' .ft, I Ills erandtim by Gr.;ynnn.iiU.lO.cAr door of the Com House in the City of Tallahassee, TEN DOLLARS lion,, to relate among ethers the l llowing"The :-
Bci'nl., 4c.
/
i the first in September next, all the right AWAY on tic 8th inst. a Negro
Saturday ,
Iraruonpht} d.iiu in daager to which the elegant Boa-
imported Lady
, 1f'dlt y, : title, claim, and juIciest ->t f Thomas 1\1. Bradford, in : by the name if DICK, about bOyeftl's
"tin t was got by [)loncti 21\\ by IIItrk 3dty sell was exposed IB too well known bothra
by IILII1.1. and to the: following described Lots, to wit:-LotsNo. of age, common sic, slender built.- :
Gilt Ji.119q
y CliH lib liy L:1th: 5th h}' earnol1ht.! 1.y Dick has remarkable sot of white hair on France and England to d 1a. Sb
8th hy Jmns, '1'11111 Tough 2'J! 30 and 176, lying and being in c North Addition a require tta o
,
4.. ,7ih byV1&iuiiiton, Jrnp"rlt.LEs' \ out of Col. L tlunmc's tl> the City Fallahassr, levied od as the property thetopofhishcadabouithe size of adollar. remained seven days and nights without any
I was:;l1Itrn Jy aJ"c Bedford of of said Bradford, to satisfy a Judgment in fa- The said Negro was fomerly the properly signs of lire and her .
,[ "C'I.IJrltf'd' 1 Fairy: !--lie by old imported out anl it he interment was delayed
Mamhiina. Those, who vour of Charles Pindar. Sale will take place within .of Littlcberrv Jones, is supposed -
If imported \ only on account of the violent
fcn.Spotswood's which
Blountstowion the Appalach- griuf existed
of his the usual hours. is diner at Quincy or ." ;
detailed pi-dhrrec
\r. lbare t s"c a Hj441[Monsieur(- Tonson account] arc referred to TIIOS. ESTON RANDOLPH Marshal l, icola. The above reward will be paid on his being iii her (family. If (says the author,) I, fc-
'ttiforoi.incfs,
4 t Wnc.'sTnif AIM; ] Hrgi&tei, January No. 1S32.MoiiMur By A. A. FISHER, Dcp. Marshal. confined in any jail, or delivered IP me, on the Ock-! dy Russell had been in France.under the ex.ustmg .

colts have sold at hijrh Tallahassee, 1 1 Rh July 1835. 4Std lockncy. ASA MUNSON. law she .
would
Tlll\son's> very ; 2.tf'Land have been j imried>> aliice; -.
1 their he having hud last NOTICE _August 22 .
I SAW improvement she
prim: tecovercd however, and lived .
.
. many yea.afterward.
' winners than the get of any other horse in that the Books for Sub Fo Sah'' .
fill: : more hereby given, receiving : ." The second
instant
IS' j ia ,related
j. AnurcA-the ticst evider.ee, however of my opinion scriptioMS to the Capital Stock of the Southern subscribe desirous of Iciving Dcratur count e :

rf him i is, that I pd: last November" ten thousand Life Insurance and Trust Company," will be openedat THE Gco., offers for sale his beautiful situationand by the celebrated O icr, of Genrv.i, in the lois .-

C dollars cash for him. C'hcsfrfii'ld, \ a. fiib, Feb. 1831. the office of Thomas Douglas, Esq. in the City of tract of land on the northern stage ro.'d, ont i I wing words:-"! knew a girl 2 >, years old ._
\V. H. JO'JNSON. St. Augustine; on the second day of November next of d Eliza -
,
n.ile; from the town of Chaitaloochee consisting nam Roy, who narrowly escaped being .
I. The jre.it: grand: n of Kirkjiatrn, was purchased: at 10 o'olock/ and will be left open from time to time 250 acres, 35 of which are in cultivation, the remainder : buried alive. She lived .
C'rcut.ll'OIIJc'
I hMtf. when a -iull ("...It, ami is descended iron) his im.Tk4rtd subscribed, not exceeding! thirty days. with some few pine. l\losqmtto Creek passing nearly two leagues from Geneva. For some yeara \

\ and highly: approved to'k of horses. Thus it LOT CLARK I through the centre of the trait affords an excellent she had been subject to nervous attacks, which
,q\l\ he seen thn( Kirkl.wri.ck{ : combines in nn eminent ROBERT RAYMOND REID. I and
mill site, convenient to timber both for building frequently deprived her of ajpe&ranc&of
ti r:n'C two of the! most approved sticks horses in THOMAS: DOUGLAS : every .

inland; and Auu.iicaizThc Modify and Diomcd: Jlln 3d. 1 1535.. 43 lw ClIrnmi'3io1ttrs., sawing.The buildings! dwelling hou-e lri' hon. crib meat- life,, but after the lap.se of a few b&urs,. thowouhJ .

J trU: JAS. II. T. L01UMKRGaJsJcn : 5- NOTltE.; : house, c., are aUlD gootf order, and convenient to recover aad resume }her oc< Dpaiu' as
.
183:;. 37tf
t Co. Flo. April i.,
weeks after date, I shall apply to the Honor- vratcr. if nothing had happened. On one occasion. ". :.
Extrrttcf a Icltrr from Cut./ Forttflffl'. Florida: SIX To inclined 10 settle in the vicinity of the .
the County Court of Leon County, for Letters a person however the suspension of her faculties was
.\ tV.lrl Ktikj'iik, I liave cntertaiurd a high will afford
'i Arsenal this farm as
|
: Joni Apalachicola many
Administration on the Estate of T. JOHNSON : .
s-j protracted that her friends cal ed ia
. (\!"nutii; of him ; the first season on a short! training, to I facilities as any other tract of land containing BO mere a me.
. late of said deceased;
County. :
10.>.: the) spued of him :uhl' hrio'I, Pittman's colt, thjpycrt'triM CATHARINE JOHNSON. acres. It has en it two excellent springs, and fur dical man of the neighborhood, who pronounced -

:\ ''' ona puch; (If two milesvh, (-r) Kirk was too August 1 5l-Cm; health, will rival any place in the neighborhood. Attached her dead. She was theo sawB> up,k> a,
fat t.)run one and !'usiouud! htini>tlf well, comui r out i iaSrmt to the farm,there arc about 30 head of stock close sbrowd the barbarous ..
according to
DOCTOR J. HUNTEROFFERS custom
the spnir: spire: litween them as they started cattle, and the same number of stock hogs, which will ,
;Marion had: the o: 1ir-f\II k WHS then tnrnlout and his Professional services IP the citizens: be sold with it, or separate, to suit the purchase< of the country, and laid upon bedstead:

.r got very fat, hit l Ji I.. oxcrci but walked to wnti-r county, generally. He has located The crop of corn [probably 500 bushels potatoes, : Among those who called to condole vrtthlBe i .

. tll'iN'Icr] diy: (jnilo roimli, when llierc was a in.urli himself on the Meridian road, six milts North ol peas, cane, &c., will also be disposed of in like manner. parents, was a particular friend of the supposed ( ''. :.
n.iil'M! ruu Int.i a .\Itht J. Bullock's Slazy, dash of amilr Tallahassee: where he may be found when not Fro The above property will he sold hw for cash, or if deceased of her The .
,: \\Iib In: l U.u IKM \\ui1 I he utmost ease, under t fcssionally engaged.'Fahl3Iiassee indulgence be r'ql1iletthe\ purchaser can be aceom-: own age. young

" :ii ;su14! in trued lim''. v>n training him the last. season, ,June 15th, 1935 .15-lOw modated by applying on the premises to woman, anxious to. take a last 'ook at her ...
.n :Win t.iktn with the coh*, whieh) I supposed woiihii' : NOTICE. EPHRAIM RIG ONc M 4 VJUL kM%'J.'LFr WA AfAV/lM friend, unripped the shroud and Jnprinteq & '. .

. ;'I\ t.im lor ncaily IVA D catur en. Aug. kiss her cheek. Whilst
I wet ks after date, we shall apply to the County upon she *as kissing .
tintiai'd Medical, mo.,tancp And 1 know when /iIie SIX My profession as a Christian Minister, frequently -
. of Jefferson fur Lettcra of Adinin- her she fancied that she felt her hj eathe., So '
,
county -
run, !h ic was in no i.hr, ud was held in by the rider.Kiik Fresh Groceries. occasions me t. attend funerals. This
1.1hz: }' riiii! on .\ heavy: course htilc over a istratior on the estate of Thomas Cooksey, d-reased, II. LINDE BERGER l hs rectivedHJWT repeated her caresses, and being shortly assured
; .jplEORGE led reflect the .
has
!"'h'-Time 2m. \\i cc. The colt I have of Kirk's jetmery late of said county. THOP. P. RANDOLPH.FETNAH by lute arrivals, and offers for sale low for me to on very improper of the fact ot. bur friend being: no longer .
V ) promising, lie h.ts: fine tin m, lar e and likely." COOKSBV. cash custom of hurrying the dead to their long ,
Co. llih dead, she applied. mouth to that of the girl,
C I. 1\ttl1ticellu.Jeflj'rson July, 1833: 5O.C.NO'I'ICE. \\ ,
JNUT1CK.SIX ;. S 5 19,000 Ibs. Bacon, assorted, and dark home. Frequently, a period ofnot and in a short! : time the latter was restoredjto

. vock after date I vhall npply to the H'>n. the 2,068( Ibs best: New Orleans Sugar, more than thirty-six, or at most forty-eight "
I months after date I shall submit accounts 300 do. Loaf do. I life, and able to.dress herself. D'. Crichtqn,
Inc >f the Court of Leon my is suffered
\ County
i Conn'y SIX hours, to elapse, ere the
for Lc'teia of Administration on the E>tate of Duncan \ouchers as Administratrix of the Estate of 40 bis. super fine Flour : person pro Physician to the Grand Duke Nil,'holas, bro
, B. deceased to the Hon. the 5 do. Molasses : nounced dead, is consigned to tho cold grave.
: :McPhcrson deed., Henry !JFilf County ther to the Emperor Russia, relates[ a fact
of Leon and for do. Rum And that too in the midst of New
I J. H. RANDOLPH.July Court County, apply a discharge. rO England from his own experience which powerfully '
. 1 1 47-1: f ELIZA. BRUCE, Adim'x. 10 do.Vhi5kcy, winter, when it is evident a cotpse might be ,

July 18th 1833.. .... 49-Om .... 30 Kegs Lard supports the arguments used by D r. Map nab.A .
I) NOTICE -u_, ...-.-.. -- --"---- kept several days wilh&ut being at all offen-
"NOTICE 20 Bags Coffee, young girl, says Dr. Crtchton, n the.r.
.
rilllE subscrib. have into sive. I know not whether the indelicate
entered Copartnership 20 Baskets Champaigne Wine cus-
vice of the Princess of who had !fi
M, tlll.1. day under the firm of Miller the ncx January Term of Gods e!) County -, >r
4Fiitnnm. AT 2 Casks Sperm Oil, &.e. 4-c- tern (to call it by no other worse name) be general -
They will attend to the Commission, k Storage IJusi- Court, the undersigned Administrator and Ad- Tallahassee 22d August, 2-tf confined sometime kept her bed with a uenous: affection -
rcss. 'v. C. MlLLKlt. ministratrix of the estate of Francis A. Cash, dec'd, ; or only to certain localities. In at length te all was depmed "
N. B, The subscriber returns his sincere ackRoiedgcmcnis *!- appearance
JNO. G. PUTNAM. late of said county, will present their Vouchers and either case it were well to remember, that his
: for the! very extensive patronage he has of life. Her face had all the charactert&f! ;] ..
Rrfrrto Accounts for settlement with said estate and to furnishes various instances of
pray received and pledges hi-nsclf that nothing 011 his tory persons to death her
:\ pail body was perfectly cold. andevery
\lcsm[ Clli.olm & Taylor, Cf arlciton, be discharged therefrom. to alt dead, but who have been
shall be wanting to please: the people in gcr.eal.G. appearance re-
Mr.Wm. HARRIET A. JARRETT Adm'.t. other of death manifE sted. .Sha
tanrr.and > symptom was ,
Tallahassee. H. L' stuied to animation and health and thus
Col.JM.; G.-ulsdcn \ ISAAC JAItROT'l'. Adm'r. "- ; happily
S I was removed into another r&mard pkxcedin '.;
Messrs.1 Colin :Mitchel v Peter Mitchel. _Quin'y,' July\ IT., 135.506nsJackson S IX mmillis after dale, application will be mail to preserved from the horror cIa premature codku On the day fixed for her foneril I, "' :.
the honorable the of the Court for
JH 1.tl1rkll.Junc.'ithI'33! :>>. 43GmNOTICE. Judge County !
I. Court. grate
Superior the county of Gadsden, for Letters of Dismissory on hymns, according to the custom of.the country ,
of what
The possibility sometimes
Nathaniel S. Griswold } the estate of John P. Neales late Gcukdcn county, very appears were'sung be'oreJl1e door; but' at the very -
PROPOS.\LS will he received for raising cargo: and Horace L. Sill, I[ dce'd. W. D. HARRISON Adm'r to be death, may after all be nothing 'that down ,
moment they wore going t<'.na.il; .
1 Timlttr. which was \hrown into the vs. | Quincy, June 1st, 1835. 43-6ni more than suspended animation, which a few ::
., River St. Marks some years ago to prevent seizure of Samuel Stowers. j the coffin, a perspiration was seen c n her skip, .
the vessel : STOWERS and all other N 0 T1 CE. days may remove, is quite sufficientone would : t.!'
'.4 transporting u.p'cPAPP'.y SAMUEL persons and in a few minutes it was succeeded Bya .
I" I at the office of the Apalachicola Land are hereby notified that a petition :x months after date application will be made, to think, to induce all interested in these mourn- convulsive motion in the hands feet In '<\
' lj.10 Tallahassee.-June 6th. 43tf was this day filed by Nathaniel S. Griawold and II. L the lion. the Jui'ge' of the County Courtof ful events, to wait patiently, should it be for a am;
It L. Sill to foreclose a Mortgage given by said Stowersto Jackson County, for Letters of Dismission en the a few moments she opened her eyes, and ot .
, TUE: subscriber unlil expects to be absent from the Ter-: one Wm. Brooks, on the 3d of January 1833, and Estate .f Andrew G. Mars, deed. week, or even longer if necessary, until they tered a piercing scream. The fa :ulty WQJO : ,
a September next,and hereby apoointi by him assigned to said Griswold and Sill,on the NUh J.HOLMES: Adm'r.. arc fully satisfied that the evidences of death
called few
ftngusius Alston! and Arthur Macon,or either of them instantly in, and iu the spao of a
1 Ants of January 1835 ; the mortgage is on the following August 22 2.6111. are unequivocal. There have been many ca- .. '
and in his her health stablishod.
V fact absence.
Attorney's during days was completely :
: viz Lots No. 81 and 82 77 and 80 known NOTICETSIX :
EXECUTOR'S
April 25th 1835.:>> 3S.tf TH. JEi. GREEN. property, : SOS, says an ancient physician, in which the :
r and designated as such on the Map or Plan of Mari- months after date I shall present my accounts of death witnessed and The account which; she gave of her situation, .:

NOTICE. anna, and County of Jackson. nrd vouchcis for final settlement, and apply to signs apparent are is extremely curious. She said that she ap '; ..

.. A/ T the next January Term of Gadsden County G- S. HAWKINS, Att'y. for the lion. Judge of the County Court of Leon Co. which cannot be determined for days after peared to dream that she was dea, but that ..

\vni Court. the undersigned, Executors of the last August 8 52-1af4 m Griswold 4' Sill. for a discharge from the Executorship of the Esule they have been manifested. could enumerate _'
she sensible of tha
JI will l and Testament of Col. Owen Fillyaw, deed., NOTICE. of John K. Campbell, deed. diseases, in which such signs are com was every thing was pass
i present thcir ing round her and distinctly heard her.friends
I counts and vouchers for settlement FRANCIS EPPES, Ex'f. ;
*ith and Directors orthe Chi- mon. The following article from the European
said N Election for the Officers
estate, and be therefrom. 2-6m her death she felt them .
pray to discharged A Canal will August will bewailing envelope .
St Andrew's Bay Company illustrate '
J. H.'v.MEACHAM D.HAtItIcON.Ex'rs.) be held polaand at the office Allen Bush,in the Town of Mari- IX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to tnc Ho- and Magazine it ia, to be hoped my meaning, her'ia the shroud, and place her in the coffib. Ii V
operate as a sufficient
ft.d..den Jackson the first of November norable the County Court of Leon County, for This sensation her extreme apd '
Co. June 5 anna, county, on day gave ngony* 1' ;
44-Cm Estate of \VILLIUIS for reforming a custom with ,
y.: ___ next,-of which, the Stockholders will take notice. Letters Administration on the cause big fearful she attempted speak, but her soil was ur i-
NOTICE.lhe A further payment of five per cent. on each Shareis IITII, late of said County, deceased. and tremendous apprehensions.
ble to act her She describes her
I 4T next January Term of Gadsdcn County required to be made on Qr before that day. A. R. S. HUNTER';' "There are few persons ignorant that it is upon body. .':

':,, btt Court, the undersigned Administrator of the cs- By order of the Board of Directors. August! 22 2-6w the unnatural custom of the French sensations as,verr contradictory, as ii she was ;
::1 j of Charles1anrun.: .... dcc'd, will preicnt his AetOuntl D. W. HORNE, Secretary. weeks after date application will be made te to inter and was'not in her body -at_ the satoe instat.

e And and V oU hers for settlement with eaid estate, July 22d. 1835. SO2ms1Ierchant SIX Honorable the Judge of the County Courtof twenty-four hours after the apparent disease. She attempted in vain to move b'5r' .arms,jo 5 '
pray tu Le discharged for Letters o< Administration which is'said
therefrom. Jackson] County on Thisipractice, to havo its originin
Q. JNO- MALONE, Adm'r. Tailor, the Estate of Richard L Watson, late of said county regard for the living, by the evil open her eyes or to speak. The agony]; of her

inCy. Ju y dth, His. 4i-Cn Three doors north of the Planters Hotel.JJ. deed. SAM'L. L. SOLOMON. preventing mind was at its height.when she heard.the. &- 1L

r. NOTICE. B1RGE, respectfully informs the public that August 15 _1.6w_ J_ consequences of putrefaction, has exc ted-hor- note! hymn, and found they were about to nail 1
y weeks he has just received a general supply of goods IX weeks after date application will be madelby ror in reflecting minds generally,'and'the deserved
SIX
n after date, I will apply to the Judge of S do wn the lid of the coffin. The he rror of being
branch his consistingin of ,
suitable of profession eminent
U-n-y Court of Jefferson to every: the undersigned to the Probate Couit, for Letters censure many medicalmen
41, tet0f Administration, upon all the Goods county and, for Chattel Let-- part of Blue, Black, Mixed, Green, Invisible Green, ot Administration on the Estate of Dr. Thos. J.Srowderi who declare that the sanitary precaution buried alive gave-new impulse tc, her mind, -

. .3&mes;Rht8 Brooks and dec'd Credits, which were of the estate of Drabs Drake,neck Lavender Green and, and Tea Brown coloured Broadcloths Casimeres, striped, Vest- August, 22 deed. EDWD.2.3w.NOTICJ. SEIXASi:, has been carried to an extreme which outrages which resumed its power over its corporeal 1
left
I''S, dnney, deceased, late, Administrator unadministered by Harris of ings, 4-c. All of which will be made to order. Ladies .:. not only decencybut humanity. That i it organization and produced the'effi.ctS which '
I of the estate riding dresses and cloaks made in the most fashionable : should still exist,u the best 'that' 'bd '
' JAMES BROOKS. : proof can excited the notice of those who irere about
1 having claims or demands! a
. ... 1cka.sooky. style. persons any '
,., 23d July. 1835. 50-6w : presenting, himself to the public.he simply states ALL the Estate of JOHN T. JOHNSON, dcc \s- offered of the ''obstinacy of the French government to convey her to a premature grave.'*

JNOT1CE. that no work shall leave hi; shop without tne entire ed, are hereby notified to present their claims.duly cr the ridiculous respect attached bya .

rls A4.the! next January Term of Gadsden County satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting authenticated within the time required by law; and'all nation to a custom which sends many innocent Editors of papers 'would greatly promote

of ;? the undersigned Administrator of the ese equal to Philadelphia or New York. He will use those indebted to said Estate, are requested to meke victims prematurely to the grave and the cause humanity i by copying the above
BtflJi in Chappell dec'd' will present his every endeavor to please every one that patronizes immediate payment to Patrick Kerr, my duly author
()uruandVouchcniforsetUcraeni with said estate him, and as he is permanent resident of'Tallahassee ised attorney in fact, or to I serves to weaken the effect which scenes of in their spectivejourn* 0
rAdministratrix
,e.nd pray to be discharged therefrom. identified solely with its interest he asks the sup CATHERINE JOHNSON, death are calculated to produce or th6 firing. MATHEWRARflN: ." :

l' wFLAKE, Adni'r. of the people. of John T. Johnson deceased; I '
lll.h&nee June port It is monstrous that the.body a or Fryeburg Me. June 3Q.' 1835. J 1I
17, 1835.! 45.6m. March J 4 3l-f August -6'i i parent. ,

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F i\ ::4 ::: j{( = "j'.L. -,.=: ---n- cujlarly forcible, fino*'whatever be Iii! to oWcribe 'oeCflwhO'EaVO- S teafd S Stm narrate. _llfoTstey : :;h-cfe--.. 1 1 f! Or id.t'euto8: -- at!JiCif!. dO mproper'And of. this' fl utfiiFiJ Stal; "'4'o mehmii a: i-_ :! '

< te
\ OhJ beaefit my hbatj;
; I .- JPlrom tt London Morninr! Chroaiele, he described welL His 'Rural Rides'* of die Gamester, and recite tin little episofte -_ to keep ;sa5txecutors one; **sur., the Van Bitens. u'n

; J WILLIAM GOBBETT. contain, peihipa, the beat descriptions of En of Monsieur alleVean forget'the intensity will and detlrb: i Ist rrt90r with
4 *- The decease of Uu a distinguished partisan select anioilg tet: slaveffm ntunbei. family! --:go !along y< u. I kpew ,
bU if that be "
i. gUsh scenery.that ever bew ftefl. His description ,and troth of acting- .can appropriately may of the in CarrickfergiH myself
for the ily : ; Tbt
"I ,; 9 Titer, was announced briefly in our last paper. of rural life in Pennsylvania, when be called acting which wa. natural it not exceeding one httndredi use from the Q

I ile: la flBid to hare"retained his faculties till theVtty left England in 1817, are also admirable. Being self. "Take him for all in an, ;we ne'er shall heir, the remainder to be sold. I also desire lens come of the ould Irisjfc! peasahtryi'nju/i of
of land, maybe was one Kinj's: Connaatfe
last and tobavededwitbper- worth that Bushy Forest tract. ,
moment observer his look bis like again. private my ,
an accurate language was upon Brien Van Buren *
with. such debts ed suie. N.
[ .
iod Tbe Morning Chronicle thus sold and made chargeable s.
I I composure. always graphic. His style was always racy an unblemished and unimpeachable representation ,

, 0 J ketches hia life kind character Tf and idiomatic. In his earlier productions he and talents of the highest rdcr as a comedian and legacies as hereafter I may see fit to give. "-.OM -\N. t CtV'h '

account of himself, to be found in the and for ram and immortality when I shall have more leisure to make my lr u
Ii' n an was somewhat declamatory, indicated a are a passport The celebrated Fontenelle
! 1 the works of Peter Porcupine will the of Chafes" Matthewsbe Will-this being made in consequence of having said, lhat .'4-
I collection of familiarity with, French writers. As he ad- f then name have fibre more in the heart, and
Will this in i a
I.fi Cobbett states that be was born in 1776. A [ recorded in the annals thtvsiage:; as one cancelled a former night pre- the brain, than men. ceIIIei-
,, aforesaid the sole Executor -
Lei h ,
: ; } howp.verTe' derived the above partic I of its brightest ornaments( -:Standard. We sence William Women, in the course of action dej

.t: t Jars from his family, there can be no doubt o cordially agree with every word of this eulo- I under that Will, and joint Executor un- smaller circle than men, but the perr Q Cot

I their and it would appear therefore gist. : der this: Will which I make .to guard against circle consists not in its liniensioa. but in tf&. fr cG

accuracy of intestate. rectness. There be 1 and 7 .;
that he was inaccurately informed as to th* the possibility djing may ere there

i 1, \ of his life, his return I From the >V* York T: ncs. l I have in the Bankof, Virginia upwards of female, who looks down w tu du-Mbin Ml the""
early on
:' I t-rticulars AN J RONAUT IN .\ BLAZE OF GLORY. $20,900, of which sum' I desire payment try airs fflOis "dim speck c;.ltaJdespises J rth;" :
I 1 'England from America in 1801. Cobbett wa
'j' I
1 order and regn'-iiiiy, i i'greveHing1 ,
If ever mortal man was inmpred; in honors, be made for the land purchased: by me the day as 100001tat 0( r
of
0
: in the '
t man true sense I Bill wn-iid
: a self-taught spirit. a mint
'It Mr. Eugene Robertson i is the men. ,There is of Eltsha E.Hundley; andI judgtt tc
before yesterday
'I.i word His father possessed! a email piece 0 t\y\! contrary. The larjit-r tiie wpacitV, UJe
," a long and interesting description in the New the remainder to be equally divi- lisb
bequeath it
in and Cobbet is the sweep takes in. Ato 1aHble
Farnham
1 at Surrey, -
; ground W0I1I1 Joy
Orleans Commercial Bulletin of his ascension Leigh
said Execuo"s01.
agricul ded between my imitate the order which i;stuinpj1 OUT

t a himself was brought up as a common father'roof from the city of Mexico, taken from his own and H. S. G. Tucker, Esquires; and I fur- creation of God All the operations of mothi

: ,j : tural laborer.\ In ITS2 London be quitted where hia be cue! narrative and the journals of that rity. Gen I ther charge my Busy Forest Estate, with a uniform, even :in their changt-s, an
and repaired to eral orders were issued by the government for further legacy to John Randolph Leigh, I their infinite variety. AR lue! dew lies )n (i

; A ceeded in finding employment in the office the suspension of all business, and the inhabitants son of William Leigh aforesaid, five I I produces more (fertility in tie shade; KOWOIn;, tril

f : tin attorney. Having edisted as a commo turned out en masse to witness his ascension youngest thousand dollars. I the shade domestic retirenent: ;L.-d",, he- t 1 1in

he was sent to Nova Scotia and a 0 I path richer and more per nancnI bias,',
goldicr
the first ever made in that part of the And it is will and desire, that no inventory -I !! \ '
S -" -< -fJCHIU"IIIIU*>rOnthore my m.ii, who IN more exposet to the
: [
\ ,I_ .. turn of the regiment to England.be became in "'J1 t *s.MA ;neiiona: oTmdtypfemd.1eJorosL be taken of my Estate, except. of. slaves. 1 servatinn of public )life. .are u ot, ers

olvcd 89 piun: >....t.. .... wvuti iiraittai out HI'France congregated. The President, nd interim, or Ills.required- of my.L s tcf'l= nt OJ tv ,be gIVen b) -- !la'
"--e-U
lr- ami sailed from a French port; to tb the republic the magistrates; of thecih the faith in their honor neither shall they be heldto 1'1 tCH.\.ifCS. on

I 'United States, where ho mamtaieed himael prefessors of the college of the Mines, and dignitaries account to any Court or person whatsoever, A portion of It e worM -ofess t Inics c.111; mtib., thinu

French of all characters When as one degrte W! ,
; for some time by teaching English to were present. for their discharge of this trust so confided by have lit. : 1hne ;ndi'icJuals w
democrati the balloon asceided the with :a *,: afforded then Wl hoUI
rfton. At that time the French or air \vss rent me in them. iYi m:1: U21 b tin
their abuse shouts of lie Robertson live intrepid I that portion IS a imaU a ld %vtkoe. NC
long the
in America, were loud in 0 long )
party To Doctor John H t 1 of 'in
Brockenbrou lea
.. tillITy se iise, nn true entlernn 1 ever drew this
5ironau live Frftnce
induced to ; long and the ,
nnd Cobbett was espou I.'t
England, French plate, now in. Richmond at J. PlaVlor's. In point or science, moral \iuc-,3od ins
He French people; while the ladies dear souls eVUplaC!,
publish ,
c\fhi mother country.
the cal :
cause Alo chariot and harness and 1 politeness; the operthmecnj Pt
rny *
,
succession of mphlets, under the assumed wept torrents >f tears. This, however was class of ilrt-. ,
to no Th
eel pc people.
t a the ho :>cs Called John Bull ard: Jonathan, alias I !: workshop hu pia. (1ffii'
name of Peter Porcupine written wi but the beginnng of honor showered upon the John. W iluced as many great men >* the coIW! "2111 !...

force and vivacity, some of which wer Frenchman. He descended about 7 leagues 1 has: done as much fr( natrI i PhiltJM1Phr ; ;

tfprinted gteat at the time in England. from the city- of Mexico. The authorities or.. To John Wickham, Esq. my best friend, I for religion, than the euuntii'jj rnn,; and tisj,4.I !! sit

without making any profession of friendship I as much develope iot tiled" as hoarded .
the
He wus convicted of a libel against Dodo city eYsptrhed: detachments\ of :Soldieis: \\'rall: : hvwl
for and the !best and widest I I The individual therefore. \vb }
If into the cfthe me, man ever ; sta mis ti n"
;?
. Hush subjected to heavy damages. part coury \y'uerf it
t and was supposed ticeiJi"t the world and
he had > knew, except Mr. Macon, I bequeath my JMifges! his IttO\V.citize: ;' Wt
eatablisheca
1801 be returned.to England and -cen.5c; Flora and stallion to >r, muqt
marc Gascoign ve
I morning paper under the title of The Porcupine tics of c..ViZcrd set out with the view of escort my I destitute of.one or two vcr- necessary qu3L
with two old fashioned doublehandledsilver Q.
in which he warmly supported Mr. Pitt i|p-g Hirti home. While on his way to Mexico, gether I lions-experience awl co'Timon
: That paper however, soon failed, and he 5001 I he passed thraigh Knlam, distant about (tour : cups and two tankards. 'ngrnved; the I these on his side, lie wouU !l':eaM? toseetluttj.teUcet : en;

I ; afterward* set up the Register, which has bee leagues from that city Tht. ladies of the cups are here, & the tankards or cans in (Richmond makes the man, 3:1J :fie pomi-nof: mnn.

I time. Cobbett ; and I desire that be will havt engraved eau>e>i upon tliat inirllcc;, t.je jfeat'emm. Afttr alSt
commenced
the him
continued pretent place requested permission to
<< to present j upon them, at the bottom these words, "FromJ. lown\ image: Gtwi rtuJe nun, :and eudoneJhitvifh :
I 1 l. his career as a public writer in Eng with garlands and wreaths of flowers, and the ,
R. of Roanoke to John Wickham, Esq., a certain:' atiributfs, ami pf.icd him in toxvorld tliti,
; : under favorable circumstances authorities tred dinner for .
land very pnp a sumptuous token respect and gratitude i-.hich he nevf with orders: t > exrrr: tt-xe! attributes, b
patronized by the ministry him. A coach and six bad been and : :
: He wits powerfully despatched own advantage, hsbker's: 2Vry; amlk
ceased to l feel for his unparalleled kindness,
\ )lr. Wyndham went even so far in the Houa front Mexico D convey him to that city, anda and services." : who best serves these i>:!rpn} <"j S ur 7s! exatencf, si

; of Commons ns to declare, that a statue cgpld detuciiiuent .f dragoons f forrnril his escort. I courtesy alone deserves precedence jf nb icow!: ir.r n. ,.; ot
To .Nuthanit I Macon I and bequeathmy
; ought to bn erected to him. His healt As he approacicd the city of Mexico, he was give t tCc1jict. -
oldest silver candlesticks, my punch ladle '
I I itas drank nl tory dinners throughout the Isnnd. met by a graid cavalcade, and an extensive Itfr
with whalebone handle, and a pair of silver ORIGIN LV.NCH'S LAW. '
letters the of the Treat of \\ht-n the OF -\slaw MLfnc
t } His on subject array carriages triumphal car J frft.
cans with handle?, and crest engraved "
has
becom .
my almo
recently ;
.America. produced a great sensation bot arrived at the 'ity, it was preceded! bj twelve as general j
I thereon hard metal dishes that have Jed
I ; my und 1
it ah
my as IS proverbial, .tltO is ask
I t here nod on thr Continent. Of ibis product guards to cleir the streets of all obstacles that fiL qu. '
I crest of J. in old English letters engraved hundred times
a day uwnat i.i
t tion it was said by the celebrated Swiss histo might impede the procession. The inhabitants u LyncVjlaw n
: i thel coo also the plates with the same ** 1
i ; engravinsr it be wt-li to relate! the
tha't it tha from their and tht doors and may following j v.
t. non, Muller was more eloquent terraces
the choice of f four of best
t :.:.! thing that had appeared since the days o wuu'OWff' tbtir houses: saluted him with en- ; my young anecdote which} may serve as an ar.swcn
any mares and geldings, and the gold watch by In \\ ashington : 1 Vnnsylvania.. :
: i Demosthenes. -It U: generally understood thu-iastic chetrs. He was escorted to the county. many a:
... I Roskell, that was Tudor's, with the gold chain
; iher- lived
vagabond i
tt. offence i in some to Cob where President and officers years ago a puchinj
i that Mr. Pitt pave way palace, tie principal
I I and attend him the best
rTi
blesMsg I
may every who, i: was believed, m-iti taincd himself ami
Cobbett los Thence he
belt, foi on his return t power were waiting to receive him.
: and and isest man that 1 ever knew I
purest In. the! farmers around
fiunily by pilfering m :
t t : 0 no opportunity attacking his ministry wit went to the Colleges: of Mines, and held a <
To brother Henry Tucker gold watch 3i
him. & I
univcrxIK
my suspected
my Though jetEe
: bitterness. Of Mr. Wyndham he Ion learned confab with the professors &f that institution i:
; great by Barwise; the chronometer by Arnold; and managed so adroitly a- alw to avoid detec
t favorable but to him h and afterward:1 he feasted in ays s
;, : continued! to speak < ; was
; I knives and forks, &c. from Rodgers, to go to tion. At length a Mr. Van >raringena( i
: :l 'r became bostile. From n church and a king public. In the evening, he was escorted to t.
the heir. Te William all of ;
Leigh,
duplicates the following for hin in which he wu ,
Cobbett became in 1805, a radical. li the theatre by a large concourse of citizens. trap i
flinn
t books and brood Loot Chance
,
,
I- ma roe
my ncwlv he
I my caught. Having a born calf. concealed
b\ hen ho arrived there toI
lie sentenced to two imprisonment the audience rose t
1810
1 j I was years and Amy. To H. Tucker, Young Whaleboneand : it from his r
sevemFifeys;
neighbor.-
r cheer him and insisted that should ;
he show
4 in Newgate, and a fine of 1000/. Fronen c
: Young Never Tire; also Topas and Ja. i then rode over to the poacier and told bim
idea that he would be deprived ol' his liberty himself' the srage. The curtain was raised, and Camila! and Marceelia. t
I nus, that calf hid to to
I a ;
recently
stnycd
and be made young
under an anticipated suspension of the habe his "first appearance, accom- i
2. JOHN RANDOLPHfRoanoke.
farm. which he had and aasazuiou!
; I corpus act, he I left England for America i it. ir panied by the manager, who recited a piece of; I I pennt'c. !
'; find the Tr xMrh asked him
to
: 1817 whence he returned hE'll the poetry in his praise. He was then escorted; into owner. ? ; r
t. suspen From the Pawtacket Chronicle. t r
j how long he had it, its siz and color and be
0ion terminated. It had long been a great object the private boxes of the great folks and JOHNNEAL. ; ,
:
I .' I ins! told, said it was Ins, a id thai be had gonfcoft" '
..t r; oThis! ambition to sit in the house of com ountesses and \Marchionesses it seems i John Neal is one of the most eccentric persons ..
de
the tune f. thus
just at
spoken '> Being
I mon, and after the passing of the reform hil they have these things in Mexicointoxica i in America; as an erratic, sparkling water ,
tected in a lie with i a design to defraud, snjSwearingen
be was returned for Oldhnm through the influ ted him with sweet speeches. The publicS among writes, he is like a volcano among fold Ir
I and'
4 him with
t reproached it,
nc.e of Mr. Fuller, an extensive manufacture prints were, for a number of daya : filled with I I ordinary mountains; a receptacle of wrath, fire I 1
him he would him four hours t toleave
his death take .. ( sonnets and odes to his honor, and there was I give twenty-
ft !/ at Todmorden. By a vacancy and fury; then again peaceful, serene and ver 1 the ibit jibe ni ,

6 .. place lor Oldham. We have merely notice*r was on May 15, 1803, at the Haymarket ; a strife among the Mexican poets,; as to who dant. Like the eruption of a volcano, the neighborhood i ddiuii
hl'.nTi
i mauled be '
I, : a few ot the incident;* in Mr. Cnbbetl'* life. In atre, in the character of Jabal in Cumberland's should; be most hyperbolical in his i>rjise. real cause: of his eccentric actions and reflections longer would p osecute
a .
.: Iii fact he has been continually before the public comedy of the Jew. It wad in consequence I He received not only empty prai.-c, but solid i smoulders in secrecy in his own fiery I poacher only laughed at his threats whitethO to
l' latter consult as
with bus
went
during the last forty year; and his Register is bf some neglect of his power by the managers I pudding, having cleared about twenty thousand i bosom. With the ordinary feelings of the what should! to be done. At the neighbor expiration

c t: f so complete a record of all that he hall said I of the large houses, that Mr. Matthews under- dollars by his hj h.fi"ing experiment. human heart, he has but little sympathy: he to thepoacher's
24 hours five
six ofern\ repaired
,,1 \t r: rind done, felt and thought, that there is no man took hi:* series of entertainments at the Old i We have told this long story by \\.r)- ol showing .: despises the plain common-sense iangu.ige; or unintwu-

; i perhaps, of'homs little can be told that English: Opera house, familiarly known by the :! to the "native talent,"' \\kich! has'lalcly ; of the day, and would gladly persuade man whom they found perfectly I to

'. :! tfquld be new to any class readers. appellation of ";\t Home.' His success was j wasted itself on the desert air, in ballooning, I.I kind to breathe an atmosphere ot unnatural idated. The party, hownver, proccededttry of their J
him in due form choosing one
: ,. Cobbett was, perhaps, the reatest egotist immense,and year after year witnessed crowds ; that there is a lair field in Mexico;: lor its exJ I heat, talk with words of fire, and forever keep tbejidt.Van .

.i that ever lived; and .IS every thing that he ever laughter-loving faces to behold the mimic J I I ercise. Let our ballognors__ enll wte. i their minds in a state of combut ou. Had number Sweanngcn a farmer rel.ited named ths JJcA!offence, vrbich the

r did, and cv.cry sentence that he uttered, was J Jt. dcpicter of the manners and characters of Neal been born in Persia, he would have been was

his estimation be is the the day. I From I the Richmond Compiler. Ii IiJill. the in poacher of course deni '< The case I
to priest
t. Important own constant RAISDuLl: HS \\ ILL I very fire-worshipers, or Greece submitted to the judge, \vhodecidedthJttfi8poacher
Ihctne of hia voluminous It lIe repeated his soiress with unprecedented a second Prometheus. Neal,
.q A writings. "},I the name oj God dmtn."-I, John I I commencing on should be tied and receive three.
i : i Would be vain to deny that William Cobbett attraction at all the theatres in the United a sketch of the character of Peleg Sprague, Ult| and then bo .1
Randolph, Koauoke, in the of hundred lashes, "well laid on,
: ; was or.e of the most powerful writers that En- Kingdom and had the honor of giving his en- county Char.j I that appeared in a late number of the New under .1t
.J lotte, and Commonwealth: of Virgn fid I He felt tertdinmenLs before Royally in private parties.Mr. England Magazine remarks "It i is
has
ever produced. keenly : a mere if found
t, dain aud appoint this last \\ ill and Testament I receiving three hualred Juore
;. adilJ6bscrvcd accurately, and! he never failed Matthews took a trip (fo the United States, my I I outline, valuable for the facts embodied in it-
hereby revoking all other! Wills and I after that time. The first part of the sentence

: : ttidiake a strong impression on his readers. where he was equally! popular<< and the fruits of Testaments, and codicilsh8tsot.'Vt rJ in manner I I wholly unworthy of the subject of the author, was:: inflicted on the mth such 'good in

I lXii las Register, published on the 13th ulL his voyage were afterward mani est?d in his : as a biographical sketch. Are these men to spot unnecessary.
and
form On
following, that i is to say: this I: I tent aa to render its rep.'titioo
t is a* animated as his first American pamphlet, trip to America. It was affirmed that he ; be made familiar with us, or we with them! It lacerated
hIS
first ol thousand hundred The
,
I day January one eight : culprit made ofi'as I fist as
: t published in the full tide youthful vigor would not dare to:cross the Atlantic again, after i will never he done in this way. It is:: quite too
and thirty-two, to uhuh 1 have set my limbs ould permit him [Nilea1 Reg-
: d The,vtcndcr is, how a man writing every day his vivid ;sketches of our transatlantic hand and affixed seal binding heirs i, news po perish. Chisel their faces in the living !

'o for upwards of forty years, should never exhibit brethren, but be formed- just estimate ,of his and assigns fbiever my my rock don't mould them bread crumbs, or : The following informafun. of much interest !

any symptoms of coldness or indifference hold over the risible of the Ameri shoemaker's wax, or refuse putty. Are we -
1 give and bequeath all my estate, real and to our little Army and it i friends IS COfl
bat communicate to his ptgea a constant inter cans. lie paid a setond visit, and after a to understand their character, and see and 11
in or action, reversion or from the Aikans& Advocate of July :
; (st. As-!Tin .advocate, he was without an e- slight! opposition, which; he put down at. once personal possetisiMn John hear them as they thunder and lighten along > Gibson learr,
of we
t remainder to Jon C & only son "By an officer from KOI
qual.! In that first of requisites the statement in Jrery able and manly address, his career ryan Coalter his their appointed course like the chariots of tlw '.
Randolph Bryan, aud Ktiz&be.li thut i intellij ence has b.*en r weived at P
:j' of a case, he particularly excelled. He in- was as enthusiastic as heretofore.: The change heaven-out with all your strength, learn to hst'
wife, daughter of dear sister ,FaJl!) ,(br and that the Camanche aud Pawnee Indiansa
f1. atihctively! seized on circumstances wkich of climate and the severity of the voyage out my 'y see, learn to feel lt lay your hand upon differences at FDtt
I arrived
with
during the life of the said John C. Bryan hostile aspect. Au express
f\" k farorcdtheviewshc wished td support, and and home, shatteied a constitution weakened as well as upon resemblances. No :wo statii t lt h8
remainder to his eldest son in fee simple, to Gibson from Major Masan, ;
It! ho seldom failed to produce the impression at from very arduous exertions end we men that God ever made, are alike in any one
may flay r-
him and his heirs forever and in detect I bad been informed by a of the
oj j pirty
II t which he aimed. What he could not effect by that he but leached the shore which gave him: ; thing. Why use the same language therefore, that the
1 such issue, then to the son of Henry St. Geo. who recently left the Pawnee country
direct statement, he attained'by inuendo. Hot i breath to go to that "bourne from whenoe no in describing every body-barring iu a few superfluous fall Wand 11
John Camanches Ie
Tucker called Randolph, after me, tor were taking moasurva)
Was shrewd beyond most men, and he cou'd I traveler! returns." The disease of which he adjectives No no; Peleg Sprague, under
and during his natural life, with remainder to cut off'a detachment of Dragoons ...
1 detect and expose a subterfuge more successfully died was ossification of the beau,under which and the rest of those worthies: who have been Maj M.
his eldest son and in defect of such issue the command of Major Mason.
i than But alter all Cobbctt he had labored for and which ; any like in the
moat men. years, accountedfor standing up giants array upon very five eeksSi1'Stto
1 .I then to Tudor Tucker, brother of the left Fort Gibson some four ar
; traa not a wise man.V c question if, in the the nervous irritability of his temperament outworks of what we regad as the chief cita- locate foe 'he COtJI-
aforesaid Randolph Tucker, for and his and establish a.cimp
tthole course of hill life, he ever set himself during his life time. Mr. Matthews' connex during del-the august Arcopolis of out countrythe bOld
natural life with remainder to his eldest missioners, who have been delegated
I geriously down to discover the truth. lie was ion,with Mr. Yates in the Adelpbi Theatre, is son. last of the republics, if we are unfaithfulto arwi a\me-'' 'A
I: And i do friends \V treaty with the Camancbe
hereby appoint m.
I '; II man ofimlulicR.Villiam Cobbett was tbe of course well known; but be only performedthe Leigh Halifax, and brother my Henry St. ourselves or forgetful l of our tremendous reinforcement of three coinpanieof the'l' th

t object towardshich the thoughts of William Iwo rst seasons, and took no part"in the George Tucker President my of the Court of accountability-their lives are yet to be writ- U. S. Infantry, has been oniercd to join MerMason's
,
CobLclt were constantly directed. Hence the management afterwards. Mr. intes took to ten, and they should be written as Michael
command.
Appeals Executors of this last Will and
: t Constant changes opinion with respect to the etago,by the advice of his deceased partner Testament, requiting them to my sell nIl.the slaves Angelo sculptured so that it was dangerous to The causes that have I led to ibis unfrpec t-

all subjects and all men. There i is not per- and it is somewhat remarkable that the go near him while at work; or as Carravaggio ed the of the Indian are
and other personal 01 perishable property, and procedure on part
&apri & question which he has! not by turns ad- two actors, possessing in so eminent a degreetho painted, with a thunderbolt. "
.. vest the proceeds in Bank stock of the Bankof not known.
and there is not whom vis conrica enacted Othello and together
ocated opposed; a man lago .
the United States, and in default of there
$1 and abused. HasJitt in There, is no making our unlettered emigrants
very
he has not by turns praised Liverpool.Mr. \V3'
being no such Bank, (which may God grant, believe A while man named Reubjn Crandell, .
Gen.
that
; supposed this change was the result of a Matthews bore a very high character in Jackson is not au bf
for the safety of our liberties,) in the English rested in onuesday cveaD
Irishman. Cobbetl'a file of the old Chief for Georgetown :.
fid;(euros of disposition* and that without this private life, and his circle of acquaintance Messrs. 1o
three cent. Consols, and in case or"then of the officers of this city,
4 fickleness we shou'd also have been without included some of the lending rank and fashion per which bo wan no doubt paid, settled all doubts two ponce o :a
being no such stocks (which God also and Je&re and comiaiued ta DTISOO
: It is that it of the At time he may OQ that subject. Two laborers. a store in binson .
.his freshness. ceriatDj was always day. ono possessed a very bung Ju
grant for the salvation of Old England,) thenin of been ed 10 trCU
: sufficient to be in the way of William Cobbeltto finegallery.of .theatrical pictures which were Washington-street were discusding-politics:-. charge having wg 0 f the I
the United States three cent.. stock >gTOt
: ;t -incur his enmity and become the object of disposed of a short time lince Of his meritas per land, or 'Vas'nt it lucky for us, Terry," said one, that cendiary publications amon{: the t .rn utn l
in defe'jlt of such stock, in mortgages on Gineral Jackson District He exnminedesterd3Yl j
) it would work of was an Irishman "Obi, was
but abuse. an actor, be supererogation r 0 r

t As a rcasnncr in the proper dense of the to speak. Few men have enjoyed a in England. I very lucky; but by the powers, what are we I before Mr. Justice Coote, -Mr.I Key atten"dID.l ce

From the sale of my perishable property, to do, Brian!-he his time out in twd United The aminatioo took pto
sarves the State
word Cobbett did not rank high. lie nev$r more des 1 vcd and a more lasting popularity. and further .
library, books, t ,
: : saw the whole of a subject, and,. baa views ; Whilst be could convulse an audience by ibis except included my my pictures,maps plate, household engrav.inga years." "Well, honey, and what ihen-' in the jail, and we have not' learnt_ther esult to
evidence
: were: j therefore; aUnya partial. But give nice,jl imitation of the peculiarities of any individual linen and the furniture of ray bed chamber i in Does'at Patrick Van Buren come in after biml than 'that enough apj eared m ctrial.

; : I' him a special case, and he would make more !; he had at the same time on influence the old house, and all the furniture in the new and sure he is an Irishman." The owner of authorise the'full' camnuuneat of the;;,prisoo. c -

ol'it than any man. Uis illustration were pe, (over their feelings belonging to tho tragedian. Chouse, wines, together witU ucb other arti- tho store interrupted them by saying that Mr. :: .-[XaUlalriKgencer. A vi. I' 1


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I \Yc yard understand that.the workmen'employed: in 1 of fish, oyster ,.& Tb'o lodabound with; the_ ground omflofta until checked 1 by pinyBrood : .. cMtw" -b-.j i.i '!w ij'*"'

the complained of an order issued by the deer, wild turke ducks DOa of! or hammocks inland such :Water occasionally A. .t
other GEofc
: 'FLORIDIAN : Commodoro which ys, game ; stagnate By <2iK.in WALaa.R Vesterdaymorning, they -
considered the in and lot hammocks bat it
finest .
ponds
as nrbitrary, and-an undeserved reflection flavor, all for the killing. Kk I capa- Gorcrnor FlorkHEREAS "t .

VAllau.AU1 S1l upon their integrity We cannot learn the particulars word, this_ may be deemed one of the cheapest -I S ble The of being Escambia easily*,'wjth,drained.its "black"' .':and "yellow"rivers "* WDelegate an Election was | '_ *

AUGUST 29 ; but tve understand that great excitement sections of the United States for the means : MoninTJ
forma the oTPensacola but
, SATURDAY, spacious bay ; to the next Co&rtsi
subsistence. <
1 prevails among the mechanics ol the Yard. i the is rand ) destitute of
country ,' entirely fertility for the Territory of Florida; a d
A bale of New Cotton was it.S The Plasterers ofBoton, who struck for the 10 I have hinted at the want and misery of the I the Choetawhatchie rising IB At b.and ending lion, J.SEPn: 81. WU1i. $
.
COTTON.cttvrtl fc PCTMIN'S Ware- hour system, have triumphed. Their employers first settlers, from which they are now happily in the much frequented Santa Rosa Bay; on its of Totes than any other ,

at Messrs. MILLER have acceded to their terms. The Master Car. relieved. ,It (ps painful to recur to these east side, Washington county, are some good returns legally made to me:

St. Marks, from the Plantation of Arthur pentero and Masons still remain firm. but :I must state to you that interest upon loans lands, but as yet little explored. Chipola waters Now, therefore' in pursuance [

} :, 1. on the 5lh i int. The quality is Post Office.-It is whispered inVall.streetr N. of petty stuns, was sometimes 1 and 200 percent Jackson county, (which, joining Alabama, partakes proclaim Delegate the from said this Joseph.Territory M. to
01! the of its lands) then in Washington
York, thai the Postmaster of that city, has assum- for a few weeks. You would see men I quality the United States. Given

. gOIib SVe understand also, that a balcof the new crop of ed I'lhc responsibility" refusing to transmit, by resorting to petty expedients to raise a few river receives county the enters Chatahouchie the Apatachicola.and !Flint This rivers last of day August, A. D. 183, #Z

Magnolia on the 2Ist inst. mail, certain incendiary publications from the dollars. [3-3wJ
received at A of fortune '
country gentleman -
was Georgia exactly at the boundary in lat. 31 deg.,
: Cttfl t Wcbunce: the plantation of Cu I. ROBERTCoMMVSICATr.D mint We Thompson' Tappan, &c. Is this true?- could not raise ten dollars amongst ten neighbors and with the Chipola, further below, form a magnificent ReW :fFaue '-

!-oI1 are not prepared to give any opinion on the -a shopkeeper would sacrifice ten dollars body of water of 200 to 400 yards wide, _I' R'fl RRY>eapectfullT '*
Gi.1t --- propriety of the measure; but if true, the reasons Columbus Ir l' Middle Florkla, that
of bearing from in
I which have property to raise one of t p( ('ie-aud produce Georgia, .
, J JMR prompted the act ought to be givento ivtnton Alabama nd other down first ariiv from'New Yorlc a '
[ in
to
last of all Inst landings,
only in order to
complete -
the ,
Mr.
much infctrcrs public. Gouverneur owes this to himself year GOODS, in her line, consisting
with the of the The
\ I have: perused I flourishing seaport same name.
EDITOR as well as to the community.It the arrangements of thft present Union Swiss, plain and figured Salim
rr-pub- Ocklockney is a large, but crooked river, traversing -1..
1 which have appeared .
j Rank fifteen hundred Foulard Silka Florences Cra
rest{, SOffit' is said that dollars was necessaryto :
. .t the Charlestown Massachusetts 250
the slate oftJlls, I people miles in Florida only, to pass over a meridian Ribbons and Bonnets.
Fringe ,
r r shed i nvour'-Floridirin upon 1 1II I are to celebrate the anniversary of the despatch the agent, and subscribers worth of only 70. The smaller rivers of Wah- Corsets Paris Collars i
ancj( ; .
! (. rTcrritorv; and I hail with RatWadion the burning of the Ursuline Convent. We hope not. nearly a million of dollars of properly, subscribed kulha and Su Marks-the latter afler sinking under colour, Silk llonery, Farter -

rotnt when something} regarding it* statistics isopened Both in New Orleans and Mobile meetings of the obligation for discount and could. I a natural bridge, and passing the little town Cloths Mantled and Shawls : .,S'

to the public' and tn our 11l'i l\bors.\ I the citizens have been held for the purpose oi making not raise it! until assisted by the purse of one of Magnolia-meet at the fortress and seaport of and Handkerchiefs, A new. J! S

H a duty incumbent upon every one, to contribute a public expression of( the sentiments of those private and distinguished individual.If the same ume. The Ocilla is also a fine river, ded Skirts Kid and Silk
think towards laudable an object) communities in favor of the still follow awl the Suwannee, with it3 sister the Santa Fee, Paris Grode Rhine, Ladies
his mite so peaceable operationof you can me in these details, B.d Bag Purses and Guards,
) struck with the observationsa the law for the punishment and expulsion ofganibl&s I to take another in cover an immense body of couniy. To the S. E. Work baskets and
'i
I lam particularly propose up subject my of this lies the famous'Alachu3 Arredondo tractof cy a !
leave/ to others and vagrants, and against any recourseto Meantime Jtwrtlery.
next.
letters unon our climate. yours land said to be of the richest of the .
1!, these illegal violence to accomplish those ends. one territory August 29
Mfriticisc those parts, upon which they may and to the South the large tract of Hack-
better experience; but to mr, who am now Judge White has been nominated for the Presidency From the A" Evening Star. I ley. The magnificient river St. Johns enters on dcxpareh P. S.-All and orders Accounts from the ":
,
}Jaic; a there does appear an anomaly Meckliiiburg, Virginia, and P. P. Bar FLORIDA-No VII.I I the east shore, north of St. Augustine, and, striking milies opened "
a teiker on, bour for Vice President. .
only salubrious now propose to give someldea of the south to the back of that city, firmlj'arious S
itself highly you COT'!
should be in ON! COTTON"THK !!
that this rlimatc and Enuhsh Masks Off.-The Van Bnren men arc electioneering face of the country of Florida, and in this I lakes, of which the principal is George, and the subscriber will make
confessedly so, from ihe Spanish for their candidate in Vermont and down shall be last Munroe, after which the source is lost in undEfined i
brief for the that article to >
>
reason ns
time to ibis; and nevertheless, that there should ben East, on the avowed ground of his being "a letter very writers seize this the waters The varying banks of this noble York, or Charleston," and will
the country, asm-Has in town, such frequent northern man!" Will Mr. Ritchie stand this? many as subject I II. river, presents scenes sometimes soft sometimes market prkc.
: of bilious t levers upon which to indulge their poetic vein. I ama : sublime while its batiks and islands afford the Aiisust 29 -
of fevers and agues, A l.i dy in England safely. delivered of A son after -I. ;
instants hand have nothing the Cffisarian plain prose writer, (not a proser I hope) & finest land for cultivation. To the north of lake P. S.-He is. now *
&c. On the one we operation, had him christened .
rihirfacs, Julius Crr.sar. deal not in fancies, have no other wish but to George it is joined by the Ocklawaha: ; a noble river Somerset, and Upl. Crocket,
rf' the nll.\\ fever of ihe tropics; we hare bt-en correct the misapprehensions which have pervading a great part of the Peninsula, but the Schr. United States, from [

favm-edbya total exemption from the awful vi- .Extraordinary SAef.-A clergyman in the and goneabroad whose surce is also undefined. assortment: of Merchandize, .
( with which I tinctured
of the cholera; anti we have confessedly, eastern part .Sussex, a few days since, at a sin sec you are These noble lakes and rivers-these vast fields, Rope, Groceries, Dry Goods,
gitatioa ) respecting this territory. In what 1 have &c. whih he will dispose of
of tIle Territory, no disease gle) discharge of his gun, killed a partridge, shot a : of $Jhe caves of which I have not spoken-the credit.
hy very rliysician the other, man, a hog, and} a hog-sty, broke fourteen panesof said to you already, it is my boast that I have very fissures of the earth-the birds of the air, &

T\IJICI: !, can IMtermed EpiMmic-on bilious fevers glass and knocked down six gingerbread kings exaggerated nothing. It you should doubt fhhes of the sea-.-- )fler an endless subject, of yet .NO'r'ICI4. ; .S,.

\vc see about n* instances; pnitracted) and queens thai were standing on the mantle- the facts come and see! unexplored matter, to the !ovcr of natural history -Jl LL. persons concerned iH
hester widow
and A
; and men and lamilies; escaping from ether piece opposite the window. The above may be I have said the ground is undulating: and I which no <*ne here has, t( this day, tint! leisure, thew Hester, ,laic of .

rrsiJcnccs as i il'thi-c: were full! of infection, of disCanit depended upon| as a fact, not exaggerated, but now add that the highest point I know of is perhaps no one the inclination, to prosecute.. I I, sent her petition to Superior-
given literally it happened.{[*V. F. Spirit of am fitc. the first of Term tr
tq'. Kingsbury Pond, in East Florida, 237 feet above yours, on day a Sand
be piwiVle, that a bountilul Provi the Times. the level of the sea. The capital stands set oif tt her her portion

-h.II1\llla\'e\ pined us with a climate and \ The Cmmfess of Rumford Iras arrived at Bos- 180 feel, (formerly it and From the Charleston Mercury. sonal estate of which her snid
dtnci'! was thought more) THE POST OFFICE INCE DIA- ed, and to which she skill be :
ton in the Trescutt from AWD THE
London.
soil of the first order; and that the inhabitants by ship other hills 60 to 80 feet-a great part i ig loW, RIES. law. J. '

ofanpniJpnce should entail infirm- The Canal of the Orleans Canal and Blinking marshy gbound to be reclaimed by The I August 29 .3-tf
,
tJifinwri, aria very easy letter of the Post Master General, to the I
iies! not only. upon their own frames, but extensive Company was opened mi Sunday last. A steam he hand of man, and the remainder like sonic Post Master in this city, relative to the recent incendiary I MARSHAL'S S

; 10 their, poskrilJ'-upnn children, the solaceof : boat (we have not been able! to ascertain her name) central parts of East Florida still admits inundation I abuse ai>d monnpolv of the U. S. Mail, 1 B Y \ rt'le of a writ of }' ''
the basin and returned the lake.
came up to This ted, I shall expose at $
ih''ir existence, and the objects of nil their cares! will be great news to our friends in Florida. They from the sea, and vast overflowings taken from the Richmond \Vhig is in our opinion dr)r of the Court House in the S
io the satisfactory.. The PostMaster
Next t() an impoverished soil, nothing much will at last: be able to send their lumber and bricksto from rivers, as if nature had not yet complo- highest General degree andproper on the first Saturday in
has exhibited but
lcten the industrious settle-\ and the capitalist' market: without the loss of time and money, ted her manufacture of the dry laud. l\Iu\ ':h a prudent in absence title, claim, nna interest, of .
< reluctance tu assume authority, the :
Floyd, de-cd., now in he hands:
: however im1'mmlcd which ily have heretofore suffered.-[\:Orleans of this cat part is wholly unknown except of hai thc S
from entering country, as reports, any law conferring it, and at Chaires and Betsey Floyd, his : -
True -imerunn..
they may be, prevailing sickness. It from Indian accounts, which represent grca.twatets same time exhibited a just appreciation of the of the N \V i of see 0, the E

trcre, tlicrefure, to be wished, that some gentle- From the .'.. 1. Star. in the interior furnishing tides to bath right of the South and the Inviolable sanc.i\ly IIf S,1'.I, R. I, S 4E,
Evening
and disinterested! seas. Partial have been made of the its institutions. Mere stlenct on such an occasion I less Lcvk-d ou as the
surveys
of ihe
Faculty intelligent
nan FLORID.\-No. VI. the of of the Post Office K-sinte, to satisfy Mortcage
coasts and rivers which tho usual bodies on part the-Jiead Department -
would infirm the public as t(, the proximate cnusK I suspend for while the of give Chaircs. Sale will! Mte ;' '
a subject plant- would have amounted It> an implied sicqui-
of pine hammock, dry marsh, low marsh, }il-I T. E. :
disease in town and country; giving such mBtruclkms in order in the commendable
to.draw
ing, your attention to ono of luvion limestone escence highly course pursu- Au 29 3-d"
murlo and Mangrove ? By S
fearlessly} } with respect fu food, diet, nnd : scarcely less importance, especially to small even I ed, and responsibility aasunu:d by our Post Master '

precautions: may l he necc sar'y. Surely those capitalists. It ts grazing, and its concomitant islands, {inchoate land) but as these but undeg the declaration:* of the former, that NO 11C1 S
serveys will bo soon embodied in a more "he is direct the 1 ,rde LL persons are hcieby
very not prepared to forwarding 4 .
who have manifcstcii much t."Ul'rg.lIlLl
so perseverance subject of In this the
grasses. territory correct description, I fo bear to mislead livenng of the obnoxious papers," that "by no milling trespass or waste .
youon
in the cannot) IHJ want- has othf-'r mj.rovemcnu oo the
opening country no advantages over others in the U. S.
this subject. The best now extantare act or direction of his, official or private, could he
Pun-l: and I
:jngin firmness in pursuing the measures fl>r [>rcwrviiuriliem but it may be sufficient to say, that it is inferior vciy wild upon this part.maps be induced to aid, knowingly! in giving circulation. destroying ise; otherwise particulaily :

t'h-cs.lnd their ccndants in itifHt'f also to none of its neighbors, for all A ridge of high land extends from Tallahassee tn pa[tern of this description, directly or indirect K wl'. unless by l ecaallea'e ( !

v
Il'xou would emp1oyaiJm: amiable 1 Physician! f with sufficient water: at all seasons. Of the Oscilla eastwardly, will not condemn" the step taken by the PostMaster .% & "S

to 1m "half the to me for I the favorite of the kind Suwannee and Santnfee rivers To that acquiescence becomes full and express.To An :nst 29_'
pjiient, : money you give grasses, indigenous --
the north it is maintained with undulations to
the Post Master Genera) award
attendance) in clearing off the Jecmnlnscd'O'C.. i is the jointed crab. The Gama grass of Brazil we cheerfully I .1' 'E X '.
the State of Georgia; to the South it gradually credit fur the soundness and propriety of his
lahle sulntanccs about your premises, you would i is introduced (the indigenous is not so good) diminishes to tho sea shore, leaving on views; and as the fiir inference from them is that L.t1XD3FQR lfd'i S

find your account in it in J ealtli aud pockrt." also the Bermuda grass, the Guinea grass of the river shores and their sources in the low every Southern Post Master is left "to look fir his I Ii
i subscriber
I ornM individualize) ittsLnnces of inismaiia gercnt the Tropics, Cc.; but their is vast room for hammocks and on the lake bordeis parcelsof; justification in the character of tbepapers detained :, THE \ of LAND having, lying{

on the score of truth! ; but thu would be odi speculation; in other Iindstill.. fine land for cultivation-enough. for the support and the" circumstances with which he is surrounded of Red River, in Tejcas and S
The stock of cattle with and so no Southern Post Master will confirmed .
*>usand more projieriy belongs to the Faculty.My rrultiuly great a- of millions of inhabiiants which Remain aoJ duly
now -
shrink from the this chan-
requisite responsibility, from the Mexican Government
bundancc but the breed ,
wants
hjm in this l draw crossingandthis
attention
to -
>eLngonly
paper covered \\ilh dense forests.
impenetrable nel may he considered as henceforth closed agairst see September next, when
: to the subject, nut only as it respects htiTuanity branch, upon the whole, i is susceptible of The lakes hero, form, with their subteira- incendiary circulation. pose of a part of the same upon ,,

bat the iuteresU (It f our country-tlu' set- great impiovemrnt. Some of the greatest ncan source, at once a distinct elwracterwUc : ble terms.
tlenjtut! fortunes, at this mon.cnt, have had their origin ; To those who nrc informed.
: and ilaton of which much of this From the Journal
and
poj) : : so depend country, a subject of intense cu Georgia ness and, fertility of the Red ,.
tp '!1. li.c general its from thi.source ; some even now have and Although the bodyer the Cherokee .
port of riosity. They arc found every where great cessary to say any thing. But
health.AN IDLER. 2000 up to 10,000 head of cattle.In are evidently in connection with others ; .or people with Ross, the principal chief at their informed of this country, and > .

St I horticulture, this territory offers the with rivers above, or gullies below the earth. head, repelled tho projected treaty negotiatedby the Map for its particular I

I widest field, both for ornament and profit.It ebb because he Ridge had no author- lauds lie within three or four
1' and flow ,
I K M S.AVOUST.V. They distinctly. Now covericg Ridge, boat to the great City of New ; .
I : (Geo.) I\ug. 15. is the country of the peach, the quince, the a vast superficies of green grass plot-now ity to treat in their name; they are no doubt, as .situted brt.veen the 33d and .

FiVfJAnc Cotton.-A hale of New CHtuuVas fig, the tnulueiry, the crab-apple, the pumb, retiring to a smaller: compass, of which some we lately intimated, willing to make a final Latitude, in the same of Petit -

received: u-sterday at Ware-house. of Robert the cherry, &c., and every different species point is very deep, if not unfathomed. Tho arrangement on terms that will be acceptable t side-red the best Cotton region

B-Bcall, Ksq.. in this City, from the Silver Bluff I can be introduced with success. The strawberry Forests which surround them are of girJatbeauiy to the government. By the following letter it that the they earth are, and as rich extending as any: from

tveli iiaiitaiionufCol.: district; ) James H. Hammond, of Barn- I is in great perfection. Arrow-root and by their thickness and their very will appear, that Ross and the body of the tribe complement to a well watered I

iig the lint, S.bale C.I of nnd the) sold at 22 cents received|pet Ib. this be I i grows to any extent.-Ginger his been made. slilhu ES, have an imposing appearance. Some so far from opposing this good act, are going I ly Prairie country of exceeding" I

seasn.-..{Chrcnjck.flrjja new crop Onions are very large-and, in short, the farmers begin to open settlements upon their hand in hand with Ridge and his little party, to in lands Luult\una-that are not subject to in the\

enumeration would be endless of such, plants,
Crf>ps.-\\'e learn from a gentle- banks; which in some places offer a good accomplish it. ; lands 2.:00 to 3000 Ibs. of seed : ;11
flowers and stuffs could be raised .
ntln (sjysj: the Richmond Compiler,) who has garden as soil, thus breaking the monotony of the prospect Extract of a !letter, dated common to be reared to the

wen) MI- some 0 l' the I neighboring counties, and here (to advantage.It ; and it is to be hoped that these lake's ATHENS, August p. the value ofthce'l.1nlls. those '.
conversed) has been HO far our Tiisfortunc to sec time ill "I have this mornii Mr. T_--- of of the river in the United
jylio with I gentlemen fiom variou*"*ec in \ present a ino-e animated specta g seen the width.of the river between,
ihat there I i is a prospect of the corn crops this branch ulmost totally neglected, millst cle. The trout, the brim, (the yorch, &c., are Gainesville, who inform roe that Judge Un to $40 p Mr acre.- \WXen-lb \

}I Killing/our times as much as they. have done in the pressing wants of the inhabitants for more found in the waters, and where these fish arC, derwood had ju tretinaed- from a'uait to the rr with the cotifiJentlu

rallls 1111lne year lor fifteen years past. The late direct means of suhsistcnce.-Evcn for ex the water is sound and good. I should fatigue Cherokee Nation and to. the Agency. He try very soon lo the United States .
' will I J have: made 1 the in this of the the fruit of this be In our citizens in not at once
wo t ; and oi.e good shower crops atx ut the part iiOtli portation, territory might you with a doncnption of all then; brings the news that Ridge and bis friends and sum, lands which are and will.
perfect the work > Aug. made an important article. which have excited my own admiration. Suffice Ross and his friends, "were to hav met the thousands. S

GCORGU. every where. The geographical position of the territoryalso it to say, that in Middle Florida, lake Commissioners a few diys since at the Agency Independent of the above
-The merchants Washington: gives it a powerful advantage in acclimatizing time and a strong and influential S
w'' Jackson is supposed to be 30 nulls in circumference for the purpose arranging place
il.I\\\c.ounty\\ harris, held a public called meeting on the ISthA at the same time, the plants of the same communicating with lake Jam- of meeting the Commissioners to hold a which nishing will good afford l land titles him means which ,
chair
ii1" was to the and ,
.\\mijficld, appointed Secretary. The fol-l.I latitudes, exotics, those of the north and also monic; and again, by secret source?, rising:in Treaty, &c. That Ridge and bis friends met, '

l3Wing j ong other resolutions, was'iinaniniously of the tropical climes It i U a curious'fact a huge mass, forming the source of theY h- but that Ross did not; be, Ross, however, August 15 l.tf

r- j that there i is no forest three of this continent kulla river. There are also lakes LafayelJe, wrote a very friendly.letter to Ridge and alsoto -Five Hundred S

nr Reso'\'ed bold'! That we W1" not trade, correspond, found in common with those of the tropics. Micasucki, Sampala, &c. in E. F. InV fRt? the Commissioners informing them that no- WHEREAS most .

any Commercial or social intercourse what Dare the hard of man to alter this disposition Florida, the lake Wimico, near to Apnlact'ii- thing but indisposition prevented his attend upon the body

evTV', t the any United merchants or other persons what so Of fruit trees, wo know that the date, the cola town. All others form large bays, communicating ance, and invited Ridge to call on him at Red the TON BRYAN 1831, on the JOHN 19th or SOttt \ .

;Ji7to countenance States aid wliom we in know or be- olive, the palm, the orange, lemon, banana, with the Gulf of Mexico. In E. Clay; that Ridge accepted the invitation, and of lorida year And, by whereas, the .:
or abet manner
e\ r,tile Abolitionists of the United any States. have been introduced with success. Even if F. they may bo said to be innumerable; Alligator that last accounts were, that all misunderstanding -. ritory of Florida did thereafter r 1:

Tut HlM-T! these should ut any time fail farther north, Orange, Mucoa, &c. ; besides the St.John's between them had ceased, and that tion,offering a reward of $200

1tthuist. Says: "We* Richmond understand Compiler that the surnof of the Key West, and the country as far as Tampa and Ocklawaha, which are rivers of they were seated in friendship at RQJS' table; justice of said:Bfernbry\nd whereas, in order the that said he _;': -

1.$:OOOO I h:2 been made UP '"* New Orleans, as a Bay, offer a sure protection for them. The lake!. Aut the most singular of all-the that some time in October had been designa. yet been pprehended, 'and is i. S

rd to be paid: for the delivery ARTHUR vicinity of Cape Florida possesses a soil in greatest natural beauty and I may say, the ted for a general Treaty meeting-the time in eating h mself in the States of S

TAPPAN r.. 11w! celebrated Agitator, upon the leis which even the coffee tree grows. In 1830, greatest curiosity of the whole South, is the that month not known to my informant. I hereby(offer, besides the |200 i S
ernor,the above reward of '
}: ID that cny.' TaPPan will soon find that even in the capital, there was an instance of'one source of the Wahkula, before mentioned, in .. person or who will
o.
:1 ,extreme. Wealth) will not enable him to repose bunch bananas, weighing 10 Ibs. giving 48, Middle Florida, six miles distant from Fort OBITUARY.Died and lodge persons him in Leon County

lIP rtheau d he may himself realize some or the of which 6 were ripe, and of pine apples St. Marks. Its origin, be it remembered, is in this city, on the 25th inst. HATALUH A. I Said Bembry is about 5 feet 1
which lie has been instrumental in of the of New York. In built, and rather chunky-dark II
'flflzCting coming to perfection; but the last destructive said to be lake Jackson, at 15 miles distance. PJERSON, formerly city ,
upon others. death of friend and brother heavy down look, and
the our we very
of ruined trees and recording I
frost February of is in diameter
At a orange This lovely sbeet water 120 yards ouc He will be drinking and
of
meeting of the feel it duty far the comfort and consolation [
Abolitionists short time
itice a other tropical phot. still a.id of such liquor. He is about 40
every -so perfect transparency get
friends that in
his relatives and to relation
!! .os.lon, Rnmc of the say every ,
disciples were so of the in his
much C3rried away by tile and of Permit me, now, to recapitulate some that the smallest object is seen at tin which he sustained, more particularly to the unprincipled disposition.
fitness .
\be u glory natural resources of this country. which wantonly immense of water below and the citizen and i :
to CXjress a willinguess become depth ; 8pc1tator church, his los is irreparable. As a a August 52-tf
lnartyrs"s 110JJ"| j support. The Natches Courier thus the hand of man to improve them. First upon its surface, sits and shudders as if sus- Christian, he was highly esteemed by all who ''I N.-B--The Southern i L -

raorialiiJ to them a ciance] of Promotion and im- innumerable mill seats for water power and pended in empty air. On! some luture, and not knew him. P. W. C. gomcry Journal, (Ala.) the

TfcnS iy. ffany ofth Garrisons, Taopans, orsubwf lumber ol the finest kind-our flooring boardsare ,distant day, these banks wilt be studded with private [The New York papers will please copy thea- ser, (Ala.) the Columbia S

t anv Particular desire upon the already known and esteemed at the north. residences, as indeed even now the country hove Obituary, fur the information of the friends Raleigh Star. (N C.) will EI
it tviJ late round it is t full of !antations. of inseruons'and forward their fl
---itbin be necessary fir them to Cme Then there U the finest live oak for ship building Objects great ot the deceased.jOn '
payment.
taeh De f committees" curiosity, are also, the Big Chipola Spring, and S
OUr to wife
lAfdy Cia.nr
the 20ih inst Mrs.RACHEL
tture t white and red oak for staves, tanning the Great Manito Spring of a bluish color NOTICE.W
altctlOn.-N1fhville green
[ Rep.A of Mr. B. Clark in the of her
bark in the best and Elijah ,jSOth year
quantity, juniper -
any cypress with its circular basin! emitting its waters like a of ILL be sold on the 1st of
flower
hati1 pasen germ the last Western Stage states, trees for shingles. The myrtle tree jet and subsiding turns. age. Though she na been cut off in, the He auction in the
he she for Heaven. As a wife and
that j Passed through Alabama, lie understood growing most abundantly, giyea a berry whichis Some rivers, too, are worthy of notice, as exhibiting youth, _was ripe and affectionate following described lands '(if
v.usic iie Crawford, of that State, had shot a manufactured into most superior wax, made many of the beauties of nature, and carrying daughter, she was moat tender of at private sale) viz. the E,
dead for and as a christan: her life was consistent and ex- 1 8. &-W.
Township Range.,
liberties taken
"itb ac..her improper of whiteness starch is on their waters some rich freights already.
$ bfllt.er, while engaged in giving her by bleaching, snowy ; Their highest banks are .clay-bound, of various emplary; and her death peaceful and happy. J, Sec. 12, T. 1, Ra.,8. &
Ofl; QQ made easily and cheaply. Millions of superb W. i Sec. 7, T. 1. Ra-1. S. Sf
.-[Augusta Courier. hues, and various states of adhesiveness, vrith -On the 25th inst. Mrs.HAKKAU'A.Mcjvra, ,
Strike ct(it Xary reeds grow spontaneously, fit for a thousand sand intermixed, occasionally the rotten limestoneand in the 34th year of her ave, consort of the late *Tallahassee'and The above'ands will lies be within sold
-Yesterday afternoon
(taIl 4be N ew York Mirror about 150 rural and domestic purpose*-the finest pipe crowned by animal and vegetable decompositions. John Mclver, formerly of Fayetteville, N. C.- tions, viz: fire hundred'dollars

,. tloyed in the Navy) Yard marched of the clay abounds, also clay of the purest kind for A rich allavion is found to compose the She died as she had lived-a devoted Christian; 12 months credtdwith

.theofecre1ry of the Nary, to brickmakera-the sea shores abound with adjoining soil, and forests of impervious U : leaving with.her friends unquestionable! evidence est from day of sale.
ltt1 ,
tLe8s pray its surface. As the banks loiter of her.htippy exchange. 15. .
shells, and' tho .*ea with an immense rariety. ness rise from .' August "



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u 7' tateed fcoihottted Watches, Jewelry, &c. H. A. PIERSON NGTICE.S NjlTlCE.A
-
rn to announce
1 months after date, as Administrator on the T the rfett Jantur? ''et.
i t JOB HA VIS, Esq. as a candidate (ore THE subscriber has just re .mIB U SIX A Term tha&gm
i1U auraIfla
J of Murray, I shall :9Qtt. the'o'UIIIJt.
A ttIt the nrt Leris\ CounciL nd an additional supply Henry present my S *M&MiaMM2&
,i 1 Ausu*. I 51-U of WATCHES,JEWM.RT, SILTER RESPECTFULLY mform Ills |r.cnOs and the accounts and vouchers for settlement.Q. Will and Ttaitii ir \han1' nSfl II

Si'ooss&c. which he offers thai he has just received pr. O. HOLT, Adm'r. will present his accminu and voucher* for I

1 ai are authorised to announce SAMUEL H. for ale on his customary reasonable S chr. Win. P. Savin, a complete' assortment of Goods St. Mark. July 18 49-Bm. __ with said estate, and pri:y to be dir.hare '

'J vv; ot7V AI. Esq a* a candidate to represent terms. suitable for the present season. Lake Wimico and St. Joteph' Canal Company. o B.MbACflj

,:Cr' J.eon County in the next Legislative Council. FREDERICK TOWLE. Among them arc the following: 4 N instalment of five dothrs per share b hereby GadsdcnCo.June5 44-6m' .

A _Jaly4th ---i-,. 47 tf Oct 4tb, 1834. (Stf) 1 Piece Superior Blue Broadcloth, ..L .. required to be. paid to the Treasurer at the: .

!, J lire authorised to announce Capt. JOSEPH The subscribef has employed a W tcJa-ltIaktr direct I do do. do, Blk. da. ompany's Office in Apalachicola, on the first day of SIX months after date, we shall submit -.
WC 1 do. Brown Cashnmrino. A first and Vouche
f l I J MOORE, as a Candidate to represent Leon I from England; and assures the public that any work article for September next, and a further instalment of fire dollars John Lester deceased i as Executors pf the JJJ."*
entrusted him in his line shall be done rate summer coats. share of tc the Hon. the Counter *
county in the next Legislative Council. to promptlyand 1 do. Invisible Green Athenian Cloth do. per on the firat day October next. for the County of Leon irrj
,I _June nth, 1835. 46tf in the best manner. F. T. 1 do. do. Blk. Bnmbazin By order of the Board, i apply for adisch.L Gun
& JAJ.: 3.
THOS. BERTRAM LEsTER
.1 are authorised to announce JAMES. A. In Gadsden Court Term 1 do. do. Silk Velvet, Sec'y. WM. )
Superior -May 1835. LESTER
EXetut
WE Apalaehicob August I, 51-9w.
i BBRTHF.LOT, as a Candidate to represent Daniel Bird, Comptvs. 1 1 do. do. Satten Fared Vestings, March 21st 183S. S
;. i Leon county in the next Legislative Council. 2 do. Bull and White Marseilles Vestings, 32-6tns
.ztrectfrom tAt minutes of the Stockholders
/ meeting
I June 37th, 1835. 46tfWE Thomas Presttn jr. 2 do. do.! Silk Pocket Ukfs. a \ITICE.
held on the 20lh ult.
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I ) authorised ARTHUR MACON Wm. D. Jones, ... 2 do. do. Plaid Cravats, That the next January '"
Are to announce CIIACEPT. 1 do. dn.! Blk. Silk do.! "Resolred the Directors oe, and they are AT .rm of tli.. j
I 1 E q. as candidate to represent Leon I Littleberry H. Jones, And other articles hereby authorised to cELL upon the Stockholders fro n i I OtdStlcn Coun" th tinders; County "
sundry such Gum Elastic
ed
: in the Council. The heirs of Edward ns time time trator of the estate of jnv.ind Adj
county next Legislative White and to for such instalments as they may d<>cni Gllt'
Black
Suspenders hnst
Hai .Clot Stocks
'! June 26ih. 1835. 46tfWE Doyle, deed., and the I Brown Linen Glovf. Linen CIIlJ.rVhue Cotton, e expedient, and the wants of the Company may require present his AcCountsand Vnuchersfoi lIltmet dee'd
said
it t are authorised to announce EDWARD; h eirsofWm.IIambly. and Ramlorx Half H.:rs, kc. &c. All orders will be : Provided, that no instalment be called for without estate, and pray ti I'e ,11 ."h r "rllbcrtfrol1'
1 appearing to the satisfaction of the at least thirty notice in JAMES ), _
d6y public
being given GJLCIIRf
CHANDLER candidate to IT thankfullv icccivcil! and -
4 Esq.lil a. f'pref. punctually mended to. Gad drn .j
i Court that the Defendants Thomas June Atbn'r_
Tallahassee
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f. : tent Leon In the next Legislative Council. May 30 42-tf Apalachicola, and Columbus. C"ollnry. 15'h.I"3._ 43-6
: 27,1833 county 46tf Preston jr. and Wm. D. Jones, do not reside in this Resolved, That alhinsz.almentson Stock which may .

E Territory but reside in the Town of Columbus, Gco. II. A. PIERSON be called for by order of the Board of Directors, and EDGE TOOLS.

I 13- We are authorise to announce and the residence (if the heirs Edward Doyle deed which shall not be paid when due, shall be forfeitedto TIlEubcl"nOcr exp
i.1 3EO. E. DENNIS, Esq. as a candidate to represent and the heirs ofVm.. lIam Yt is unknown: his i the Company; but the Directors may.xsrcise the ir 'Vuten e 1'vIs, from I'e' Ai '

icon County in the next L*> lative Council. therefore on motion of the Complainants Solicitor, WTW own discretion in remiuir g the penalty: Provided, U..ant & Co.IJfu !ras, 1\r manufac oC
will
March 23 33-tf ordered that publication }lw made ;asrceably to the the money is tendered within 30 days after it becomes sell them at wllf.l p. at,faetoryp.i USet 1ta.1

I __ statute in such case made and} pro'idcJr.d that said due jI and in all cases interest at the rate of 8 p cent \ddil1on 01 tunt of uttiisf nnauon Thue the

I MIDOLE DISTRICT. GADSOEN UI'ER.OJCOURT.. defendants appear and plead, answer or demur, to I per annum must be paid on the instalment from the lie r'an.ttd-s"ouI tin! y break 'from a/L/ Too"*ift

Ddn'rf RantyQ' In Trc'p:1.ssontbecase upon the complainants bill filed in this cause on or before 1 day it was due. too high temper, they wi I be exchdnT.dw"r.

OlD %t FT. Harrittn, premises. the first day of the next Term of this Court, or the THOS. BERTRAM, Btet'/. The Axes are now beioj made for this .

: frt7d.'g SfC atJlirt Summons ad respondendum same will be taken pro :1Jesso. Merchant) JHI 'Tailor Office of the L. W. and St. J. C. C. ) w ill be received shortly. GI EO. l2J.lrie' d

t (; risen $' Runty, for S 1000 damages.Attachment A true copy. Apalarhicola July 23, IS"5. $ I April ltb, I3. t. 36-m! L.\\)1! .
vs. for SIB issued Attest, J. R.HARRISClcih. r BTlLLAHASSEE -

Join! Pigg, Jvnt 19. 1835-rrfnriia6/ff.V I 4 -W rLOR.IDA. months from due we will present our vouh LL
Tinier Term 1F35. SIX persons having
,
A I IfP
defendant and all others interested, arc here NEW GOODS and accounts f(r a settlement, and shall apply .. iacof Capt. TIm ny_ 'VI'k lIntJc 3 nin thet.

I? !TIE notified of the institution of the said suit, and THE subscribers havc Lucly received by sundry i to the hon. County Court of Gadsden County for l late of Jefferson County, wiHi-ni Seabrook-

: tfT the issuing of said Attachment' and to appear and ,, a ;icral assortment of Foreign anc 1 Letters of Disrrission as Administrators the estateof I mentsof the same to the Ctlk II attcsttd;

plead to the declaration filed in s.inl case, according Domestic Dry Good:, Hardware, Groceries, Provisions Hezekiah Wilder, late of said County. decd. Cant Esq. Art'y. at La"and)1J rjbf'r, Or to Joseph c

1 to the Statute in such case made and provided. SadJIc ry. Chin3,Lh'c"pnol and common Earth WM WILDER, Adm'r. the said Estate are he.eh r lVInsiDdebtedb

: md June 19, 1835. crn Ware, Casting, Iron, Cotton! Bajjgms, Bale Rope ANN BUR LEY, Adm'x. to 1 the subscriber. JOB N required A to make ._...

I J. D. \VESTCOTT, Jr. and Twine ; which they lflcr low for Cash, or to pun- May 30 42-6m .. .L"THnERT'

I June 27th. 835. 46.4m Au'y. for Pr ff. tual customers Any business eonnrcted with this NOTICE. May 26 41- f Q'i.&hicl f.1eC\1 r.

-- concern, will bo attended to at Tallahassee by \\ il- -
t Storing & Shipping ot Cotton. h liamKer" S IX months from date, I will present mouc1crs: DYSPEPSL\ T ----:--:- --'-- -._...
and fur n'ER."O.\tPLt\l
accounts a settlement and shall
,$-STURGES will attend to Storing and KRRR & STURGES. the apply ;t ,
KERR to hon. County Court wen for Let- !roJt'o'f PIInilJl
: of.G.a County ,' dlt1Rt. who o'life
for
Cotton-they will also advance on St. Mnrks. July 11th. 1 33 46.8m DIRECTIO-JS. tel of Tismission \ilministrator of the estate of'I several y(arl. hat devoted J Ius
attention
Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to"\.yrtarket j to the treatment of 'DI 1
; James Thurmond Ju.vL 10th HU5. Richard Al.isliborn, late of said deed. c'irnic or 'Iuttnrt
i The County,
cases, has ( dlJ.
in the Tuited Stales or elsewhere ; find willpurchase Height inditpensabli:. succeeded, by ,h.miCTr
vs. > Attachment.J. 1- Round the TII"S GRAY, Adm'r. thesis, in .mary;, ar.1
cluvt
at either their Stores in Tallahassee or M. : und':i c" at. forming a combination Iron sTr.
duinry. May :30 ,
fork*. Oct. 4th. 1931 ((8tf) i w. Day, } 2. Do. Waist. 42-6m mate regelaU principles \"er31 pr.xi.)

I II TilE Dfen,lant and all other 3. From ba-k-?ea1ll to clbuw and knuckle! joint. 7n the Superior Court for the County' f Leon-, name Mt: ficin:: Stomnchi-a-.it m IkIOtirp h. ''Ia :Vf'n he! ._

'fR ASUHER'S NOTICE. are hereby nr ii;1- 4. Round the thiih. i Jlid. Diet of Florida, April 30th, 1 35.DefenJur.ts. proved (hr more efficient t ,,n ; wII'h)hat
? ar.v
I fied that Attachment has been sued out of the (offir a. From the Samuel I discovered rl'mry 11"rt"Iol'
TREJTURER'S OFFICE, hip-joint to tho ancle. Hale, .pnK- ) in cunnil,. d'! .
TALLUIASSEE, March Hth, 1835. }$ of the Clerk of Gad Jrn County Court, (Flo.) and Py the above <*cal.- ,.f me uumnpiu. <;rnllcmen at ii I Crr-dr'r., Compl'itt .-r ,' I j, minrfanJ tjc.t'!. \ hick arc !'f'lfra<,,H'," in; 1fllf&CZ:' 01 ',"

; BY nn act passed 21st November, 1S29, it is provided '.he Defendant and nil others intel tf'd, are hereby) I disiance iniy 11' ''ia1--H! t -' roo .,,1' Iheir measures, '. John H. Parker, .J'-hn VX' I .iTtlieswecwn- tenn9 UTPrP-t J 'm're.'I'"fj'e. rm-

that all Bon executed hy Auctioneersehall rcn'iircd to appear and plcud to the declaration filed which will t..v'- -irition. ,j Alassie, C. C. Williams, } Is CHANCERT. PLA TIt i is liken: i Kc an \ mlll r ai", LnEr..C'J'. I I

be forwarded by ihe J le of the Co-inty Courtto in the eo1C". FERGUSON, -- ._- AI |! and R'/I.ert ,\'. Williams, I trenicnt of the Sru FN. : : tol .irt' [tar U1-
.Tune I
the Treasurer of the Territory of Florida; an1 thatAll 13 -4I-3m- --- Att'y. for PlamtifT., HA. PI .. in- and Jane AiWn! Executrix I Arnonc synj.toms; oi Dysr rsnanrj! r
I I Auetionocrs shall in iy: respectfully of Edward Ailcen, deed. plaints, are flaiulcncy .,, Lifer.ror..
each STORAGE -ne'
*
quarterly AT
ye.cllmmcn ST. MARKS. } tiioof} i-l'lns t I.iim';' patrons, and the pub ii } : s,'.r l.J"rr.in In IIII l
.lngon the 1st January, transmit to the Treasurer subscriber having rented that large and com lic generally, that hI: will continue the Tailoring Bus 1I1.\l"h, mel:1n'f1lyl'rlt hJ, ty f.': -I:,. t't".t.; SIC-

.tndernath, taken before some Judge, a copy of all THE Warehouse formcrfy occupied by ness on his ;own account, in all its various branches, at 'rUE Subpoena awarded in this mouth ; jrent irregularity A ar>;' t.vorrcious .!.. 'l1ih stemtf is '.

.ales effected by him, with the amount and at what Judge! Crane, takes this opportunity of informing his the old established st.incl formerly occupied by the not having been execu, tilw's ana .U oth. rUm.<* zrp3tlv some.
deficIent
time and ?lace;and for whom the same was mail* friends and the public generally, that all goods stored Messrs. R. B. 4. .. B- Bull, on Monroe ;;reel, adjoining ted on the Defendants, John H. Parker at>d Ji hn 'd\-. thirst, fetid breath na-is'a, \eaknt, of the ; {

now, all Auctioneers are required to take notice of with him, shall hav; his strictest attention, and their the "Watcli-nv'ikinij establishment. of Frederick: Massie and it aj-pearuig to the satisfaction of the' }| and enictattons. pnlpitatu! iron"1os"; i stonaA! f
said law, and conform to it, or suits their Binds orders Towle Court that they arc HOt inhabitants of [ of th-l} bowels. pressure he .,, j
I upon will be attended to with promptness and ( Esq., where he will continue t.> l.eep on hand tins District: on .'ciraS'S
: SI i must be insiituted. Judges of ihe County Courts arf patch. EDWIN. leS-t a choice assortment of Fashionable nnd l-easonarjle but live in the United States, the saic'' Jt.hnH. Parker. \: pain in the head, di7ZliiPS'i fir VCttjfl; ; confusion :

I requested without delay, to forward, properly| certified April 13 SC.tf GOODS ofthc latest importations, cfwbi Ii he will furnish in the Western Dktiict of this Tcrrirorv, and the sa j s j iniiul, attendee with the loss ftf (II'r.10rv, a < ci
juid approved, the Bonds of Auctioneers in their I John W. M.is.->ie iii the State of i in the RtI'm.cIl."hcn ma"iiK 'j
t pnsesW. clothing to the oicl'-r nf tho-p who) tin pJease to: Virginia: It is ordered : ,emr-y, d.iilll'sstl( tction
}
CHARLES AHSTIN, EJV"GR./1Vl.JVG. 1 f.ivour him with thrir pTtronnr at i\ic\
r j31 1_Tr'acurerof'lu' Territory of Florida. II. made in the inon JuraMe! and fashionable and the complainants bill! aecordii % to law. And that a I I languor, disturbed slcpp, cfcj fet and hands it)
l Throop Engrare-r of Bank Notes style, ,
: tnmor
O Map, of this une.ismcs.
New Books. Portraits, Heads of Bills, Business and Vi.Muiis I- on made reasonable term; i CJ-- Liberal deductions will be I dian copy for three order month3 b.: forthwith inserted m the Fbi ri- f, JJrfasl. &c>_in the throat, cuiich, pain in tIle side of Ii,'
$ on all orders f successively. .
received, The Cavaliers: of Virginia, Pri 7.- : Cards Diplomns. Notarial and Society Seals, c'.bscnber >r rash, or prompt payment. The [Signed] THOS The above maladies lead
JUST Door Plate.s! and wou'd return: his sincere tKonks) fi RANDALL, Ju.lgc. A ergaiic afiections 1
all kinds > f j'
I t. Masonic r past a- of tin!
Pumpkin, The Coquet \ Winter Engraving ex Test J. stomach liver
in the ; vors,and hope still his S. LINX, Clerk. and h nrc, tt flli in.tin
ecuipfl in by
and strict
assiduity .
I, S a superior attention m Dropsy Coniumr.uon
,
W-st, AU-n Prescott. Sharps Letters Excentnc manner. Specimens may be seen to merit May 30th Apoplexy: j.
and rf'cci'e'a 42-3m kc.3rrorrlip
at \ Wilsons Book jjpncrons share of to the ,
patronage.
1; and Storewhere odrcrs be left dmateha1
Characters a v.trieiyofhscellaneous and School 1 may Tallahassee its, age, sex, and 1
25th ttrnrcmm-int
rallah&psee! April, 1835. 37-6m of the
March 19th patient.
J
8 J 1S35. t
i 'f )oJks. A-L-S-O ROW I Prepared by J. P. 1
1 !:I The Religions;: .Souvenir for 1835': The Token and bo\:rr-. Sign and ornamental painting executed as a- UO\VA D'S TOMC MIXJ'URE. ND'S !: Inventor and sole} pn PETER1.'prieto '. D., Milledmiil L

I ) uuvcnirfor18. 'V. 1. WILSON. AND TONIC MiXTURE. j Testimonials._ i'

4 -March 29th 33-tf TAE TO JACKSONVILLE.The---- clnli, Costive Pills. A FULL supply of this valuable medicine: is just ; ductd relative to NiH.icrorsertifi'ates the mfgtt! be ad. ;'t

; I NOTICE.- : consequence if the numerous received. I shall hereafter have : : by usin tliese niedieires extranniiniry cures performer :"
attempts to palm :t bi.i the '
public are informed constantly on ; i i'1ow lug are thOIIIlt
!W'j[ : :1'. subscriber hii spurious imitations of Rowand's valuable Medi hand. suiEcIent to the ;
rjl returns flunks to the public! that Line s.ttisty minis /II l the fliostsKepticll//
.. Jl a regular of Stages cines on the public-he has determined IT is WARRANTED :
TO BE
!
f for the liberal ruconract-inciil he has received ., o confide the A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL Ft-cm Dr. James Ewe, .li>ih
v f rtnee he has been in this piacc' ;and solicits continuance I o f- has been established salts: exclusively to agents in different parts of the REMEDY FOR FEVER ASP AoCE, IF TAXKN ACP.REAF.l ion, or frtw'/j pr of the Medical Compn

1 of their patron !c. Ju?' received perschr. Delta: J 11(;. tn n 'i allahassee and Jacksonville: via 11Wl\nnCe country, from whom alone the genuine nfticlcs can be TO THE DIRECTIONS. Reports having been circulated : \ Plyictait.
:\ II
1 direct from Yorkn. f Springs leaving Tallahassee had, and to guard the more effectually \instthe that this mixture contains arsenic 1 LI.AN:, Dtc. 20h: 1831.
Nw ccncral assortment of Wool ; every Monday morning impositions am directed r>v To whom it may COllr'Tn.T; is
-:' :len, Staple' and Fancy GOODS, Shoes, Hats, Hollow ]f j jtrare and arriving at Jacksonville on Saturday-from of unauthorised venders ; he has instructed the P oprietor to say that these reports are itttn!y false have witnessed! ihe operatic[ i of! Dr.to certify, that I II

I' '' Catlcry, and Iron-mongf, Crockery, 4'Cc- 'I whence traveller to the North will find ready con- his Baltimore agents in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and -and I am also authorised to offer a Revnrd of I II-, I Stomachicr et Jlrpatica In a nrrnhcr of Peters.Vr&sil :.

. I Jttstmj of blue, black and brown Cloths blue, black, |i vcyanceto St. Augustine by F'lges, and t-, S\\ almahIi to make no sales to merchants and others rt 000, Dullars to any one who will prove the existence j Dyspeptic and Liver-atfeciki very obstinate
Jndb ; by the Steamboat. Fare thrc any of the Me 'iCZflt! to be carried Smith, of the least particle of Arsenic >s&i" Jon;standinglikt.!
\ : and grey double milled Cass-imcrcs Cassincts |Ii eacli wy $25 00. far sale again. Mercury, Antimony wise in several casesof the enlargements ;

And SAttinets; English, French and American Prints; Jan. 2.1, 13.1. \\2it] JAS. M. HARRIS. I, Largi the quantities of a pernicious article in imitation of or any other poisinous ingredient in it. and it. affects were truly as'n shingI of hare the pleen tc';
Mack trtriume Alixturf- have l been m.lnuf\cttlred In order to prevent imposition from no (
Lustring and Fancy Silks an4 Silk S1i1sGco, : bv Lu counterfeits, no sitation in declaring it the m >sl valuable
cius; S. ComstocK .
.. 1 ',I de Nap, &c.; Jackonct, Swiss nUll Mull Muslins ; New Book Store. S South & Co. of New York, and sent'to the persons except authorised agents will be furnished by for those distressing mlmtitli that: has prcjviration
sale. Tic ever with
fUT the
: I. t 3,4, and 5-4 brown Domestics, of a name Rowlnn'l instead: of Rowan [ Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I in come
1 superior quality am I my knowledge.
I JAMES
"' Cotton Btging and Nrgro Cloths a Jtnf'rllSSQrt; THE subscriber has received and will open imme l, is on lIe I bottles of the imitation. The genuine sole agpnt for Middle Florida, and am assured by M., EWELL 1\1.D.

s I'1 ment of Shoes; a variety of Crockery; Ware, Hollow- ((next door South of Mr. Manci's storr)I article fin y I he had of the follow!! ins persons .10 are R0wand that (except a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles,) t The Wilkes 5nnii y. Gen.Jan. 1334.

if Ware, Cutlery, Hats &c. Also. Cognac Brandy an assortnif/it of BOOKS and STATIONARY, and would I the only Jgtnts in this part of Florida and i Geor ii. not a single buttle has been or will be sent, or sold by r n-Jcrsizned canllCM t testimony to the superior
of
Dr.
d" Holland Gin Port he glad to supply his friends and the community in I E. B. Perkins, General Agent him, to any person in Middle Florida efficacy Peter's MedHnsp Stomachic Hepatcae -
; Sicily, Sherry, ,:1Od Clara Wires ; I Tallahassee! except to me :: I in the
general with -ure
any articles in his line the If Arsenic has Dyspep; nand Liver
William been .
; a trith other articles too tedious on most reasonable Kerr *c ThoiiKisville discovered in mixture Complaints
many ) mention. Pur- any called from '
\ 1 : terms. Although his oitmer.t is James RoteantTs it personal exp;rience. '). G. JOIl:SO J
chaserare invited tocalland examine for themselves.' not yet C. Ecclc#, Quincy, must hare been in some of the spurious imi.t Dr. P'. -Medlcinre
', fc' ? ALEX'R. FORMY DUVAL. very grncralhc experts to make it bo by shipments already Kerr & 3tinges, Marks, tations All persons therefore} who wish the genuine in Stoniar tear Hepatinp are pump

I r : T lHahef". Nov. 4, I8.U. f[I3tf| made, and others to be made by the first vessels Thomas Alexander, Hickr using. Fnnnone
from the North. Darius Uilhams & Cn.lonlieeIlo chase it: Aly label will be on bottle parcels will be ncce *ary to complete a care _
I STORAGE! STORAGE He has also the Christian every sold: by me: t The Price is ft-1 a parcel. .
J t STORAGE Almanack, published expressly GoMing .$- Fohorn \Iil"tasooky.| E: B: PERKINS Sole Aieiitfor Middle .

i I ,'j TT\ addition to his ware-house the I for Florida, calculated for the Meiedian of, The label of E. B. Perkins will be on All the bottles Nov 2:Id Florida. A great quantity of the ab jve very valuable preparations .

\\1 -SL Tallahassee and containing local matter in relationto sold by the above agents. I5tf.M"ADE will be kept constantly on hand by t
subscribcrharccentycrectcd i spacious build the Territory, which he offers for \ E. B. PI REINS T.lllahasscc!
(> !It tvg *0( by 23 feet, forreceivinc cotton and sale either by the I Tall.ihassee. July_7th. 1817. 4Stf J
pood Who
dozen authorised
ross, or single l copy. dispose ,them, either at wholesale t
: TnIOTIIY\I'CARTY. D
: : vp. gt. Marks December_ 27th 1931. q Henry Gee., COCll} ] obtained of the proprietor. Also by

,I p. NOTICE.I I vs.Littlcbury IJ. Jones'j Doct's. HOLMES & tt ILLUMS, Carnbellton,I
I. wibscnbcr / | Mr. HALSLET Dr i i"f. A 1' 'achiro1a.
will tix Jg
months from date
TilE apply Henry \V. Prebl.s .
I i. the Judge of the Court S. :> IN nI.CEln'. JOS. PRIHS'fLErpETERS.
County of
Jefferson Gabriel Smith
and I
f t county, for a aisrai&ion from the Administration of; S 1ci Benjamin ward I The following are fenauioi g the manywrsoasthalhave
,
It 0e estate of Isaac Miller, derd, late of said count j been either eniircy: cmedor jre-itfy benefited
: j FRANCIS P. MILLER. ) Rfspondonts. J within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pe

t "J1June 23,1. IkSS. 4GCmA" Adii.'r. IT appears from satisfactory evidence; that the De ters' Medicina Stomachic tt Hepaticae within Un I

: fendants, HenryV.. Peebles Gabriel Smith and I state of Georgia.Mrs. .

S 1 FOR SALE. I. Benjimm Ward, do not reside in this District,, but | and sold wholesale and Re- Abncr Hicks, ndnson. .
1 H ST rate PIANO FORTE reside in the States of Alabama and tail, in Mrs. I'
Frederick
apply to Lousiana: It i is county Md. by C Herston Capt. James Willis, do.
i R J. HACKLE therefore ordered that they do appear bcfoi the Judge: concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Col 'Y m. F. Bond, do.

; 'May 42tf. of the Superior Court for the Middle I District i of Florida The above Ointment is offered to the public as a Wayne "'. Eelands, Esq. Laurens. I I

Gadsdi-i County, [sitting in ?ale and certain for .
IftR. It chancery) on or remedy those obstinate diseases, BryanAllenEsq. do.
t HE'S .. -said before Court the first day of the next November} Term of some of which have so long baffled the skill of medica: Col. John W. Porter, Morgan. ;

I 3 "! and answer the bill filed by iho Complain. science. Sanford Chapman, Esq Jones.
I IS one of tbft must efficacious compounds m the MA i: I ant in this ca FULL be IrVIn
taken Swellingsof
supply of Landreths' every description. Esq. Washington
MIMCA pro
for the superior
cure of that clans' of invet 4 garden I,, conftsso. 2d
erat herb and flower seeds just received and Sore Legs and L leers of long standing. Col. Gco. G. Mathews, Green. ,
Dicpeproduced by an warrented I 18
July
impure state of the 49-3m 3d
Schirrusor
I fresh by Glandular Tumours 'arch 1st, 1835. 30tf
'bkxxU&d: vjttated habit of body, and ; PERKINS. I particularly
exhib.tuglMfeittlves those
usually Middle District hardened turnouts i in
March 1st 1815. Leon women's .
in the forms of Scrofula 30tfFRESU tinperior ( ourt. breasts which often
Silt
Rheum limbs
John H. t terminate
in
ulcerated
-Leprosy1 Fire Browning and B. ] eancers. TO THE ASTHMATIC CONSUMPTIVETHE
St.ntbony' Fever Sore AND
(even when F. 4th Felon :
.the boncft trit affected,) White Swelling's (if -olied DRUGS WINES, and Browning Co-Partners, Merchants, | o Catarrhs ,of or what some people know by the name most prevalent and fa'al of all Diseases we

with Dr. Jebb's LiDi ent,) Foal and trading I every description. to civilized he
obstinate biw .8 Surgical Instruments 4c. under and using the 5th Rheumatic Pains of the joints. society Consnnip/ion--aa.
ore legs and scald name ATTACHMENT. generally traced the ofdaoto&i.
eyes head in children,scurvy and of Brown &. 6th Sprains and Bruises to least U3rmin
Co.
. ecorbutic gout. Pimpled or Corbuncled Faces festering I HAVE just received a full supply of fresh I whatever situate. of every description or in a slight bat neglected cold. By estimation i it appea'

i. ..aption ati4 vcncrial taints, throughout body. Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure William B. vs. J I 7th Tetters pad of all kinds. that one hundred anal! fifty thoosj nd persons die:anno

# which Jail case the drops often cure when PORT, MADEIRA & MUSCATELLE THE Shelton. J tient, in In this complaint the pa 1 Ij .f the consumption. Most of these dreadful r'DIIJ
H7.VE Defendant applying the Ointment
mercny
filL They are also the best Spring and AutumnS i iS in bottles, imported for the by notified of and all others interested, are here. out of water- must keep the part may be attributed to common cold, and a ae&liKlat
j physic to purify and cleanse the system from humour sick. & specially use of the the institution of this suit, that Attach S I 8th Chilblains treatment of the harrassing cough J that generally ewn!t
Weigand Snowden
i s superior AMPUTA ment has been issued and that or pans affected by frost..
which frequently appear at these seasons of the they are hereby require It is which is usually fellowe by di Bcult breathing,
also paId
I: : year. TING, TREPHINING, OBSTETRICAL, EYE DISSECT to appear and plead to the declaration one of the best remedies for .
They also aid the process of digestion aDd, according to Scalds. Barns-'and in the side, and at last Ulcerated .Longs. Violent' .
X". by purifying ING, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS in the statute in such case made and Iteaseathe pain and draws the fire
i the blood. prevent the secretion malignant humour, cases. provided. short time. out in a repeated Asthmatic attacks, also bring on Consarnpof
S- ofthe lungs. The proprietor cosfidently relief STOMACH PCMPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and LEIGH REID, Att'y. for PlnTs. For Inflamed symptoms.. One or two dollars upended in the par

{ the vast uurobcr of surprising cole effected by these upon Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes, &c. August 1 51.,11 r Swellings, it is Women's Breasts, and Glandular, chase .t.DUMFRIES 1

: drop, not only in Boston and its vicinity, but through- An assortment of DRIED HERBS from the MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEOHGIA. S the medical faculty'superior It to is any much iredicine safer yet known to REMEDY FOR THE PILES!

out the UnIOn. for the best proof of their excellence Shakers-among. which are Lemon Balm 'I'UE Lectures in this institution will be of than mercurial
resumed I
as Catnep any of that
prepartion material The
wbicniJ
,) because leave commend. (
an unfailing alterative the third it does propnetor begs to ,
fpecified. This article medicine has in all the cases above Hysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, Savory, I continue as usual six months.Monday in October. next and I not lay the patient liable to injcry from expose to does with the fullest confidence) tine of the most !all1- (
recently been Thyme They will be
pronounced: Cellery, 8tc. deliver- l1r
ed L. A. cold.This able remedies known for this troublesome and paiA1
of the first DUGAS
bj aPtysician lespectabi who bad wit LIML JUICE and by 11. D., on Anatomy and Ointment has
nwsed its my LEMON SYRUP. siology.PAUL Phy- cured sores of many years stand complaint. Without going into Mail, be Jwn" 1'e;
surprising efficacy, u entitled! i
in bia opin SPICES of kind-Genuine ing.Vbere it is impossible or imprudent nough to he has in his ssensioo the DM*UII,
every INDIA
ion, to take the lead of all the CURRY F. EVE, M. D., on the to heal the say p I
lor the above complaints) and indeed popular his articles known r .English, French, and Prentib's Soaps and Per of Surgery. Principles and Practice external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming doubted testimonials that it has more complete/!/ answered -
i
;, fast gaining Mrs. carious or rotten, it will stop the tb for which iti i i.' intended th.ul alll
,
fumery. Miller's A of the
this point in public eatimatiou, throughoutthc celebrated SNUFF. May CUNNINGHAM, M. D., on the i increase the progress caries, purpose
Principles and
of the
S Price $1 a bottle, t/rG bottles or $ country nard! &. NOY 'H celebrated INK and INK POWDER- Practice of Me idce. fensive quantity discharge, remove the of other popular medicine,
5)) smell, and the 11
JOSEPH A. ease pain. This remedy is perfectly innocent in its 3J'plita
THERMOMETERS EVE
V. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, HYDROMETERS, &c. teira I edica., M. D., on Therapeutics and Ma- It cures the wo Felons Whitlows on an appJi to all conditions ages and sex!!. Full (dirdi0

fifed a little attention to their timely administration E. B. PERKINS. ANTONY cation of 48 hours.Rheumatisms description of the complaint, A c. accomptoj ew
M.
q Waalensure! a mitigntion of these disorder., and l Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48ff] .1M. Women ,and Infants.D., on Obstretics and Diseases which have stood so long as to become packet, which cottaists of two b xes Ointment led

{ crftlly effect a cure. The Pills are also an easy aDd gen ef L. '). FORD, M. D. 5 a systematic disorder, requires medicine to be taken in. lectuarv. Pi.ce, $1 for the w hole, or 50 cenlJ

i'! feetotl) remedy lor the symptoms prececdingaud accom THE TERMS ARt: Chemistry and Ph:& maty. wardly to remove them entirely. But in most common but one of the tides is wanted.
panying the Asthma, and case by applying this Ointment
Consumption. For Matriculation externally directed DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION
Colds u OH
Ticket, to be taken it will (
: of once, $1 O& give relief. And
Coughs. ditHcnlty even in
Breathing, old
tightness ,
Tickets
and people whos
Btrictur, for the Full Course have longstanding and oftho moit obltinatecbartcter t
100 00 pains been of
S }t fteroas the chest Wheezing, pun 10 the 'wide, Spitting Ticket for Practical longer standing, it will ease the has been immediately relieved oitea peJ1JWlleaU1 ,
Anatomy anc
once 10 00
of blood &.c. Few only,
cases
4 can occur of any of this Diploma Fee pain.To cured in occurred ia &stoll f
; '.la.u.f disorders in which the 10 00 sea captains and masters of a variety of cases that hat e
purphiiser of Dr. vessels this
Relfe'a JOHN W. WILDS ointment and vicinity, by using for ashortiii l
'. .Pills will not find a rich return for their trifling expenditore. L. D. FORD, Sec'y. Board of Trustees., President.- very most certain be very in valuable its effects in winter on oar coast it being Dr. Relfe' Vegetable Specific aadpti-BiJJollS.-, .
on Chilblaias afiecte-1 tal-
SALES.-The Augusta, July 10, 1835. [July 18 8-49 with frost likewise or parts both which are to be taken togeti.eraceordiugto
\.f DTJ None are genuine anleas signed on the outside AUCTION in Tallahassee having loca ] pres yes its quxlitiea in aUdi oable plain and practinal dnectiom accoopanyttgSpecific. the
: ; by the sole proposes to do a mates
f printed wrapper proprietor, 1'. KIDDER general Book Binding. Price
commission each.
; I: -mn ediaUs .cces ortotli late Vr. \V. T. CoWAT. business,regular sale days, Tuesday BALDWIN A largo mass of testimony proving the value of this None pO cents outlllde pria
I and are genuine unless ,'D-the
t Saturday. respectfully informs hisfrends most excellent signed
JNO.
medicine
sale hi. Counting Room will be shewn
For at over No. 99 to those who KIDD ,
the
Court ted T.
t He will also attend to administrator and public in general that: he has wish'further information wrapper, by the sole proprietor!
Street near Concert Hall Boston and othcrsales re.com- on application to Dr Hers -
also w&T.
his menced Book Con
by I in immediate Dt.V.T.
the Binding the late
special thii succesaorto
county. ROBERT J. HACKLEY. in city, in the store tons, ort of his
? ) appointment, by E.. IL. PERKINS (No 2)ruggut. ) March 23d 1833. 33tf occupied by James S. Lynn Esq. All orders for bind now The above any medicine authorized sold agents. For sale at his Counting Room, .over NO 99, .COlllt !

N. B. Instruments of ing will be executed with neatness and despatch. Old the patentee and by special appointment of street, near Concert Hall, ''Bo8to, aud also bv hlJ liP'

Tallahassee, February 18, h3 ness and despatch writm executed with neat books re-bound to any pattern reunired warranted genuine.E. cial appointment, by E. B. PEI,KINS. '((No.1)Druggi4;
by H flACKLEY. J. Tallahassee March B; PERKINS. DRUGGIST.
7th Jo.U'; '
Tallthasaeo] "
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