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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 23, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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p ,NE\V S TO REpoyisIOANP ; i Eli

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abscri\'ers bate tbemsetVeI under of the THE Anecdote of tfu' Battle tfJfao I torn.-Adtrmg -
for the purpose es- PLOBU
.L imlPea.chy.kldaner. arks, Grocery findUiblishing fenncsseean, with Mankelsd' round him,

in the tow.fccir bUildings being lurfec and an4 a hat, witha brim of cnorrrii breadth, who
:! seemed be "
to U
Sioft- fitfitincf his hook diSdaining
ffprtno* altenuirg to the on l1n -
.kcwisc
pn.posc
commodious. ,.tlt1; nr".. 0 r (joods and Cotton, to = == .-.---- to raise his rifle over the ik ofearth and

*"""?* 'IdcdVe/ themselves to pay such attention "LAISSEZ- -. J i : fire, in safety to his penon, Hkl is more wary

which.W' a liberal I blare I% f patronage =----- NOUS FAE. (fellow soldiers chose to spring, cry time he fired fr
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*5 will' eu"ihant"an.l Planters I of the Teisi tory, and ID\t 'i 1iUo upon the breast-work wher Balancing him-

from lilt. Slrf Georgia. Their goods ill 'aLGl Uo 'AL rUll lll9 self, he would! bring his rifle toiicheekx throw
.u 41U1 _.
'**Kfr SI produce. As they wilL endearfc 9Ce aWo back his broad brim
Mld) 01 of choice and infill I. A C'O .. __ m 9a. take sight ic fire, while the
baud a constant supply U- 1L,1 !- _HJVA UA?! ROAD enemy were advancing to thetlick'as'deliberately
ll keep on and provisions of vcryseripLiOfl I [ 'r" COIP ANY. / I II
of Gloccries 'ICE j hereby ] APALAClliCOLA. \ as though N of deer
ullities and Planters will fir.dit Nt gl 'Jn, tllar a meeting of thc NOTICE. shooting at a i then
country Merchants tOrliiri1dcs.scfijie! E"st Florida Extensive Sale leaping down on the inner side would reload
Their call. Their Store is now ; 'viii nail Road Con of Town Lots h. I HE Subscriber e ,
greatly tO intersttc JOHN BLAIR PEACH, pany 1..36. h' heel: on the first .Mnnday of Febru ,T friends r-S.S sincere lank, to his mount the works, cock. his bea-i, take aim, and
and
etj i fI'c1o(' ( P. Appalachicola.) iht. public in
M
aI'\o.
I general, for the crack t&D \
Coinriieicjal liberal Thus
open \1.MA\tR.. in the Vs h if, > again. he did.'sa d an English
enonracment
of lllE he has
City lli.stou whole received
to cluos! Directors fur tract ofLai.d called Forbes'Purchase since he has been in officer taken
the who
% was him and who
1*36. 23-tf car hi. plnce and prisoqeny ,
Marks,J.nJSlh. ensuing, agreeably lU tile .c.t If -*. inn.Hi.iin. to about solidlS a. con inunnce of
Su I nCIrp"rnl on. 4' 'llhIUSA'\l ; TWLLVIi HUNIJRIiD I a,. IJ tllBI in., r 'n_ _.J r' ___ ". ..their. patron_ 1-iuehinHv. related it as a aood i nVtuloie to Cant. li
LAND FOR SALE. A1'L"S A'JU&s, Mtuitid in --- --- J---" .biuincu lrurn new 0--- ------ -- 1-
LE'IPle'Idcnl. .Middle Florida I York, nnd has
undersigned, as the agent and attorney int I It Bostnn, Nnv. 2ltli I J L'"';-1.. 'I'" tt.ei lit r w-in the Tuwn of Al'l'\LAr nICOLA,, rcclred per briy Somcrseit direct from that place, a -, ray informant above alludl u>-" five* times
a.ul. i dl) ailjac. in Maii.ls I zer'rMassortnieit of fall and in rapid succession, as I advand lit the heador
THE of Captain J.mcs M.t'. BiKcr, of Pcnsacot NEW CLOTHING ( in thc G III,ph of Mexico, ha- winter GOODS, con-
} sis>fii of
t sale the 'r.ll.twirip If.lcts of Land viz i : TH E lIlls"l'1tlrr, STOHE. yang becnlIi.ICJ ill he sji 'ubere as tru.cet.lJy the fcll1o"ingrticles, to wit:- my company ; and though tli craje whistled
! ltfers for s; ufu a' dst coiltaiDin' ha\'ill retl tic t"r" fcrmr.rly ,WIII"r all I 11,1-I, 1I,¬"|| the Siprr blue, black drab through the air over our heads the life.of me
t 101 : *b tit' c. ', T L : 1It'u'1Icd' hv. the \'fhM'S. I "ropl'Il'l 01!9. green, and adelaid BroadCloths. r
1'be1: ; :' Notice I
: 60 $$4.CU% .1 rh'S.I I I A'I'lhlll It"o'll, of H. J I I tl'l '' .s .uIJ'olinill" the IS hcby tivcn, Ll.a "n "1 rncMlay, the 23d could not help smiling at hisgn tesque, dentisavage -

I 'rbW I .fW W 1 tfsec G, T I, S of II 3, East, II IIcODtaillin e IISSorlmf'nt : .e;, Il's ')pcIIPd I II.-rl' n d.iy of K-buu.y IW'I, at IU ''".. ill th'; fort-no., M diiiblcmilled Cassimeres, of different colours. demi quaker figure, as e threw.back the
And I-'I' ufllEAOY Ml\DE CLOTIIINJ I ii.eUircct.irb of tic, AIMI.CI..C.| L .n avMHimiMit of8uper auillcts. broad or his
80 3-100 acjes. he offers to tJ tIIJ Co.i.iMiiy flap castor to obiin a fair sight-
s ho
The E I ofN W 1 of lace G T.I I 1S, of R 3, East,con- themselves, un the "ill I'all and cxanijile of will expose to Kl.k-, aij.ul.uatitfuoii in the l'uWII I Ito) [pieces Negio Kersey, Linscys and Fuslians. deliberately rais-ed his rifle-shu hii left eye, and

803-1 OM acres. inostreaitablc terms for cash. AjuiaclMcola, Uc lluiiUu.g Lots in I the sat d tcu.i tr.qlish, French, and American Prints. blazed away at us. I verily btiae he brought
cicinr of land R. 11' LEY. agreeably to a ccititled plan thereof 'ainted u lill'S, Fancy Shawls
the above described tracts aredisputable1"1 to be exhibited ,Handkerchiefs
to and down '*
Thc tides at the lime of.sale. super Pongees one ol my men at ever> 3'IO!. As the
the terms will be made accommo- NOTICE! I I Lustring and Fancy Silks. British
I WILSON'Sir The terms of sale will be one fourth cash the resi- lies.Ready I resolutelv advanced thougholtimns fell like

*** to -'S"taM'-THOS.M.BLODOT( a friend to advertise, his IIasitibeen authorised by due in three annual ill ti.tlnlents, wuh interest; and I made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagging. I the tall grain before( the sickle ar he fire of the

At Fisher's Hotel. mine, and he now declines property I to be sold with when the jiaym. ts ar made, and securities fjr the 500 pieces brown bleached, plaid 4- striped Domes- ; Americans, the same officer apr ached a I the

Tallahassee,Jan. 13th. 1836. ooky PLAN i'A. ION, oner lor sale 1HOO my Micka instalments :1\'Clt?; ac. M'iin- to the Deed of Trust, Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drab, and Wool head of his brave grenadiers, ami the rolling fire

Oak and ccnta.ning acres of and the ai tides olas a clear title fee Hals. of musketry from the lines of
Ilickery chtx 1 qciauon to sim hisuiiseen foes undaunted -
-EitUTufts' NU'L'LtE.t cleared Isolate Mil, 400 acres are l pic will be made. A few dozen "Walebone Bonnets. and "
und in untouched. !
having claims against the estate of a state *>l cultivation, with twenty ef JN'cw furl;, Uer. 15th, 1S35.LUCIS.McLANE.. 500) pair Russett "Adwice, my men
fective Brogan Shoes. he
LL hand shouted
persons "TM as he reached the of foss
niving ol 1 rate FeJd: r 500 el# the -
deceased lu Negroes
are required pair
Samuel Gouldmg, prejcntlbrmiluly Ripped Brogan
j a ) Shoes. "follow
arpcnier, Blacksmith, and Shoe me I" and sword hand be I the
maker JD leaped
within ,
tIle Gemlenllll'M
time
authenticated together C1JAS.
prcfcjilxd with r: l he AUu'd DAVIS, J Trustees. and Ladies "Walking: 'Shoe .
by law, or they will be forever bai red. Those and utensils,PIOVIMOUS on tlxe place, Plantation tools JOfcliPII.M.VlilTL.:. i 250 pair Negro Blankets Jarge Rose Blankets* &c. ditch, and turning amidstthe rear and flame of a j.
i iweltcorfiien
the state: are requested to make imnicdifpaynieni Hor.-es. head'of fj,od .Muies and The Directors of the AjiaUhiculala Land Old Cognac Brandy Jamaica Rum Holland, hundred muskets to encourage his men, beheld to
: If the above Comp Gin.
HEUuEN MANNING, third of January /irirate property sale is nut s Id bdore the ny referring to the above adveitisuiu-ni, oiler ,u p,- Pe -lified Whiskey, Wines, Teasand his surprise but a single man ofus ijompany upon

ELIZABETH GOULD1NG.Jan. lo the hands of Air. 1 will then i.omuiit it rUle talc, in such quantities as may he wauled tlc Cuba, St. Domingo. and Jamaica Coffee. his feet-more than filly brave felbws whom he
tfackley.
16th. :36.23.Sw.p'd.'lX ._ J.vo. McLEMORE. tract of Lam known as "FobtVl I'lIrl'lhl.c| ," 1)'lIIgl, With an assortment Cutlery Crockery, and had 88 gnllantl! led on to the attick, had been
be u ecu the 1 ivers Apiljcliicola and hli'hlnwVare, &c. shot down. As he about back from
will be made! Nov. 21s1835 :.Marks, in. was to hap

weeks Hon.ulier thc Court date application for the county of Leon forersofAdmmistratiOU toW 13 tf e.tcn.lill Wlllllll MXillcsol- _. _I'.-.11...?.i.....".."*.... .I.., fl Ht"". \ With rnanv_ other artirloc- .u_. ihe
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!,. --- -- on the estate of- Alunson !late Regular Packets between St. Marks g.tr tract lands is to in be the tound some ol thc nno:t cotton and ,- All Credit.of which will be sold low for CASH, or approved l1i't grab by a rifle hall no; and, at the: same instant, ** 11?>
if .V. Orleans. Southern abo Country Merchants
of"lie be the
eomury tracts
.said county de.ccased.SA JllUNSON. finc-i-l pine lands and ; J at a small advance ca.i suppli daring rennesseean sprang up< n the paparet, J.h.
1 I6ih I I&3G. 21 Gw The schr. Lady Washing extensive tracts of live oak; Lot The on the New York prices. and levelled his deadly atthe breast Calmly
Jan, -- ---- ___ __ as piucnaacrs will c*:ijtIiC fur llienisclves subscriber will[ advance and weapon fh.l
AOMlMSTRATOR'S NOTICE ton, M. Swaim, and schr. do a pain ULti New York ship Cotton to observed, h Surrender, or I .
Washington, sen hLu4)Ii Is ih: .: ny. The title to purJu- or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase stranger, may per .
months aftcr ate, I shall present my accounts Win. Leeds, will ap]>ly regularly thio' sets uiil be the name a. it-i me ton lots ofAp..tLtiJiicola Co.ton, and give the highest market prices. ye Chagrined," said ih officer, at the ..iq.filrale

SIX vouchers for a final settlement, and apply to thicseaon. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. close of his recital. "I was compellrd to Deliver to i-f;

lie Honorable the County Court of Leon county, Agents. f P. II. SWAIM, at St. .Marks and The town of AppaLicicnli is situated at the mouth -Se.ilcmbe-, 1835. 4-tf the bold fellow my mutilated sword and pass over fof1

lira discharge from the Atlmmilt lttorship of the Es 'ound, By the Pretident (!l the United States. into the American lines.-The Southwest, by a ; -t
STILLWELL
Unties deceased- N. Orleans. in the Ciulj of.\h e.'c ten. U I is the H.i.HTS N PURSUANCE Yankee it'
me of James Nov. t, 18J5. 13tfIX : > seapoit of the I of law, 1, ANDREW JACKSON 'H

HENRY F. SIMMONS, .WmV. -- ------. Chal.ihouchce, Flint, Chip-, Apal .clticul.I,and President of the United States of America do, #' l

cptcmber 5. S35._ 4-Cm LEON SUPERIOR "COURT illounshiii ll.ctr l l tiibuiary I streams, and is comiecled with the icrehy declare and make known, that a public ,sale Jfarck of Intellect in Egypt.-It us not funeral- $

--NOTICE.SIX with I htr.e t !!distr.ris towns ol' Columbus and Irwinton I i and will be held at St. .8uguline: in the Territory of Florida ly known that the Ali Pacha has a i(ached regular ;.\

months after dale, application will Le made to To March Term, 1S35. Gforeia, Alaltaina( : ot and rich Florida nhd fertile'i pl.inialions m Monday of the 7th day of March next, for the hands of military music to each of his regiments, 't.t ,
he disposal the
II. Charles: llairc ) exports of cot public lands within the limits of the with European instructors who Arab 4H.f f
huljorablc the Judge of the County Court for tOil iioin h mis jioil liave b-.cu icgnlarly i increabing fo undermentioned and teach ihe :> .

the 0fl1yiGad$ cn, lor letters DibmUsory on i VS MX ATTACHMENT the lasi, tjiri-i, ; y.:ai>, and it Is supposed will this yei' in the East Florida townships land district fractional viz townships musicians according to European 1 otes ot music: .A':.. ;
Ira "l
the csuicofJoh1.P. N ialeslate Gadsdui county I Idec'J. Sanh.irn, \ cxcteJ ;:;-rOo, haks.Tuihe AVM of the base line to play on Euro pen n instruments the popular h' {

\\'. I 1). 1IAIUU3UN, AdmV.duinry fjlll I E defendant, I n Sa: n horn, and nil other to tificen steamboats find Fractional and East of the meridian. marches and airs England, Frani and Germany. i '
perJL alieady coiisuntcmploymi tou :
,Jan 1st, 1836._4 Gin of attach sons I inicic-jt-, are Jim by notified, tliat, a writ j nt on It: w.tlui:,, ami fcc iunliie& havti- Mary's River,) of nship range 1,2 23., 3, 4, and 5, (East of St. A short distance from Cairo he has established t'1-.

I> ncnt hl" bet n sued out of t lie Clrik's Olljcc lu-r pro5jiccls of.aiKaiiccinciU in airricbliiuc and :ouimeicc Townships 1,2,3,4 and a permanent military hospital!, and placed it ;:. ,
Grd8 !iiladelpliid Pale Ak.I of Lion Coin i, in the above stated case, and that than those fractional l township 5, of ;
hey i bordcnnij on the 24 under
rivers above men range : European and the ;ame rules are !
f.ir bale in are l.crrby n quired '0 lr.id tioi llt'el. surgeons : ;j)
few 1 Ipl'C'arlIe
jlhb.6uoscnbcrwill receive a days j' ti the dcrl.i-
Townships 1,2, and 3 of adopted in it in the best 'hos-
rti ion the Stat range 25. as prevail legulated v Jl|
X N bands of tins Ale, which is well knjwn to according lo ole in sued C t.- nindo Ajial.iclti.'ol.i has been
and settled but a few y edrs, and Township 1, of range 26. I Is in Europe I he has also I furmci in connexion
p.ovidc.l pIta %!$
JAS. ; :
be the Ot:1 i article that can be made, it is put so as A. UEPTIIILCI'I'1 1 I : thosevl t.1I Jiaxe hnlieilo resided there huvi Fractional :
up .
Dec. 12 = >:; no mUust townships of I 1,2, 3, and 4, of 27. with it school of medicine and in .
1 3J. I6if a
in Jjcej) certain l kn lhc of time-each baird being .A iMiicy lor PJ.iintilT. in thc so..I I, Jiave 1'.uJII) atlMitioii -o its im- Fractional range anatomy, |
townships 1,2 and 3
pumUrcd., The subs jber ill be of range 24. which not omy botany mineralogy ;ind chemistry r
>ci u fOIl!t uuly supplied pn>v meiits t luither than suited their mdc'idual I con- Fractional .
miitwijt| J low and in NOTICE! I townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 29. are taught, but human bodies dissected
sold quautnies to suit pur- i cllicH"I3all$ of about thirty lots l i\e already Smith if the: bast line and East the are p iblicly :: 7f-j

isgtL G Lu 11 G E L A N M IA N. I A T the nrx Jann.-iry Tc-rm of rjadsdon! County I:' been ma le ,.., i.iduiij'i.us 1( llJillg at A pal iclucola, TInt l'oHt township 11 East of meridian. by those who profess the Mahor.iedan religion, 'ii''

Jan. 1 IG 181(. ?3 tf: a Court, the und]
PuUti'lUN; s. Bluc, lW Tn, aii-J Dark Mixed nunistratiix i of the estate of Fraifis A. Cash, dl c'41, ; lire jnooi building, on the said luis wi-hout delay, and 10, 11 I, and 12, of range 15. great Mahornedan city, fir the skill ir.d knowledge b..,'..]

> Bleached Shirting, W bite Cotton late of .tIj COUllty111 JM -MIII tile Vonrlu-rt.! anil other ineiMiitit: \\ ill be immediately au )pted to make Townships 1U, I II I, and 12, ofiange 16. they display in dissections. Carriage roads are *

tull'iiuse, Corded Skirts, Oanabuig, a large assortment Accounts t for sr-uli incnlitli said c tlte, and j'niy tu tucli peiinamni inijiioveiniuts .xs will, no doubt Townships 10, I II J, 12. and 13, of ranjje 17. being constructed between Alexandria and Cairo fr.: !

of feadillcry, London Porter, Bottled Cider, be discharged.hciffVoni.IIAUUIET. make u aaiiv.. uya place ol i&sidcnce as is to be Tcwnshiiis C and 7, and fractional townships 11 and also between Alexandria and Rosetta, and 4 V
Champagne Old( L. Madeira \'ille.Iexandria I I A. met uia III \ of Vir i.iia. and 12 West f
JAURETT, Adm'.v. any City> ; ( Arrcdondo's claim,) and township and Damieita, and stage coaches o be used on ...i f
gintH' 1 xX'sJ) '1. K. Raisins, Drum's Figs Barrels ISAAC J\1tl)1Tjdn'V. :t. Ueoig.'s bound K i capacious, and has secure an- 13: 01( range 18Townships .
these roads built to model
Walnuts, half barrels Ma.kcrcl, Codtibh, Pilot Bread duinry, July !L., 15.55.: oJ-Gms( chorajn I.i bin,. (Kiy bottom, and is defended! on all 5, 6, 7, and 8, and fractional of are being according a .t'i.
coach naker of this ,
sides township one sent to Egypt by a ":
Clrette,GOillen Butler, Lard, Braze and Log Chains' frlll tl sea. I has 10 entrances-one by 9 (Norlh Arredo/ido's claim fractional :
) tare
iBforalc liue/aJ GEO COTTON the "Lust Pass vessels of GUU 12 townshin country-There are at present tea n boats, whch (
on terms by LANMAN. BAGGJ\G-TWINE ; admitting tons, having (South of Arredondo's claim and .
I ) 13
,
an.l6hJ36. -23tf T> rD I.:" p : I 11 i; feet over the 1MI ul lowlater;. the other bv, the nf rrnirp 11Townships. township constantly navigating the Nile. The 1"811a has (
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Eor Sale or !{cnt. U. J' 'J.AI:, '.C. I I .\Vest Pass,'j having2j| to U feel at low water, ad- 1,2,3,5, G, 7, and 8, fractional township also ;patronised the employment by Mr. BnVgs ol f1| r

THE SUBSCRIBER eil}: be supplu-t' this Fall with 1 i i Jnilling vc3s.Is ifjU. ions burlhen without any dirficully. 9, (North of Arredondo's claim,) fractional township two engineers sent out from this co antry for the 1 J'

i TRACT Land situated in Jelfcrson county, an assortment, ol Good selected by hnn-eil for this I I Vessels drawing rf feet water usually load at 12, (South of that claim,) and township 13 of purpose uf boring !for water in diflt rent paris of

4% 14.'llcs east of lallulidS5.ee ol 4 1U acres. 2UU Market, ami otTeiri for tale on reasonable! terms as i ihe wharves, UIOM of 12J feel or 350 Ions burlhcn, range 20.Townships. the desert between Cairo and Suez. They have r .I i

of.blcll1sUa.IUI.: I. !:, !W) Uuk anti HicKoty, and thc her toforc t .1 CM.II, 'jz : !I (caitym 11UJ,: hales of cotton, willll 3 miles of the 1,2,3 6, 1, md 8, fractional township alrear v by their skill succeeded in d ._... --cr .0- .t .

bilkuce! Pine Land and fcOi mf, 1 <0' crcs IS --ul do w u Cast Iron Enamel v 11 l Pt \Tnrc-EnJi.II, SweectsancLAinT. [ Wn": and lllos of GOO{ tons in their cargoes n4 q frnrf._.|"...ni'AireduJ..*. .I.IU"| iraCUOOal tftSn8: pr In 'amerent paris urm uc-sert on this line tit rl;.'!

ua3 ISO i ii mostly under fence wiVlj a Dw.JllOr Hou rv 8eel--SIHtl: nri iron iron-SandeVns-hrairs. Cas ami and.':I ii M.n/-l"tUI\.-...- I,i ItII :..tlCI miles in bcrnr. ..- -, ot range( 21.u* a.U\oUvuuva cuuiuf emu toWI.-.p; J', has also patronised the publication of a weekly of"

uJ uul buildings atucued, Iloop Iron-Haidware-Cutlery-Me.-hani'' Tlohj I ILookiligGI Letters on the subject of the abo,'e lands to be ad- Fractionaltownship 1, townships 2, 3, 4 5 6 7 newspaper at Cairo, in the Arabic and Turkish :11 :
; !
"L.SO, drescd to 1'uiaS! A Baltzcll Peter \1i chel John and 8, and that language for the
of instruction
.' e -Ujriii*' s-( 'oion: -Seine Twine : part tow nsbips 9, 10, 11, and 12 of his ] eople. I
Atracton the AuscilU river containing about 490 A. Putnam the Offices of tying East of ___ .
La-h Cord-Rope and] Leading Linos Furniture;t I C.1IU"cUI, or Benjamin at Arr dondo's claim, and township 13 of __ ..
KffsinoiUy! ol'5ist quality and being 'el y level.rortcrras Blank an.i other !1ouk.'i I.\\ nnd Woo t Ware ; I I the ApuLchicola Land Company at Tallahassee or range 22. THE GREAT FIRE IN LONDON. ;;t.: $2

I ppto J JlLN COItDSLtIMLOrtnhiaIjeiicetO !I .Xp.iLichicola: or in the o: New YOlk to Bcnjaniiti j Townsnips The' .
kt-t Groceries Hoots city 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 most important that
Bas and
> >- -Carpc luij! : shoes-- : 1 10, II, 12, and eVent eve happened lD
in) :.. SAML.LANGLEY.jUuliuosce 1 If"
Witoltey Rogers.Liilu.'iiipuic 113, of 23.1'ownships this ,
range inwhropolis whether it
Axes-Indian: Rubber GlIdt--lrllll Axel-WheelBarrows be considered in

: iopala, Jan. 14_ KiG.: _' 3311 __ --PI u ;h.-Cl\lti\\1\'r.-.TIfI(-Sperm I :\1 il's Apalachirola, and vicinity 1 I 1.2,3,4, 5,6, 7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, and .I to its immediate effects, or to its emote circum reference "z:4 i

; Nv'flCE Patent and Fancy Cinuile&-ltiady Made 1 Clotlun," may b : *C1 I I "I time following g [[ laC''s- 13ofrBnsje24. stance*, was the great tire which bro ce out in the t. I II

1: ?addle<--IlriniL-o-Hats ami C:1)--1/' hiy Guo.}..;--- I J In Mew Voik at the otlicc the Tr'isU-esorof the Townships 1,2,3,4,5,6,1,8,9, 10, 11 12 and morning September 2d., 1CC6, and I.eing impelled 1.i':

S IX months af.tr date we sliall submit our accounts Dittos, P.uir.s 3nl i Oik-Sione, E II them! Glass and I IL I. .1., '1 While, idA ashmjlon; D. C. 13, of range 25.Fractiollaltowuship. by strung winds, raged with irresisiable fury nearly 'I l':
and ,touclivi, as cAfCuluib' on the c&ialu ul llvi- I J C. office of Richard Car four and
i China Ware-Geiman Tov.- JnChdilcaluii.Ss. at the 1, of range 29 days nights, nor was it entirely mastered "1
:, 'lcktruh..Clasc to the uutior.tble Cuiuy Court The sale will be until thevfifih i ;
iiuci
I GEORGE LANMAN. i i! kept open for two weeks, and no morning. The destruc ive extent of [ "J
tLevu: .uniy ui.d apply fur udiathargc.JAb. Tallahassee I I Popt. \( IflJj. 7tfMA ; avannah, Gt o. John P Williamson.Col.imljus longer; and the lands reserved by law for the use of this conflagration, was-perhaps novel l. exceeded in "f. .

J.VlCivERS. = I : G LI. J. Dillinjihain %- Co'aal..t.l' schools, or la.ids reserved 'for military or other any part of the world, by any fire ori| mating in ac- l'tl#l
purpo
WILLIAM W. 11AUT. Flu Thomas Baltzell. ses wili be excluded from cident. Wilhin the walls it
sale. consume -
.__ .._ __ nearly fivet
.9th 1815. 15 6m f": ,1 Sixths flflhp... U'hnlo. ._ anImClK I
A ISombC..Ntw '-.I'.I. u"uer fttv "r. .1.UJ' -
lu'hlol lir.1U my naRd, at the city of Washing I ---- ? .w u.Mu nuuui' iuc wails it

$1 1o Reward.LOST U.k.ls. ton this thirteenth day October, AD1835. 1 i cleared a space nearly as extenslvetts the one-sixth If Er'} .l'

Mo'j.lc' : Janus Inntrarily.Feiiaa I By the resident, ANDREW JACKSON. pan left uobtirni within. Scarcely a sngle: building IL,

curing the raccs at all hasstc, a common \, Jol'n Iniitraiuy.Tiio I ETHAN i A Bit OWN1 that caine within the range of the fla'nes! was left f k}
.
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P'icket Book conlainng bctuecn ID t..Jhd"UB.fli : will Commissioner of standing. Public buildings churches .
.JuilavMiig Papers pul-lisli the a'o.tlly the General Land Office. and dwelling
in cash, one note William IJixon foi 14 1 otie u i .i;, and i onfe a \\eck in,' tie houses, were alike involved in one < ommon fate
dolais,0ue! the tir.t day of this moi.lh,one u.le f''r 14MWsauJalMUUori fr. dlrrt.lfll'. of ihe making a allowance for ,
I I th FI'I.IIM: ) ;aiuf -> ; their l ills lo the ollc NOTICE TO PREEMPTION proper iriegularities, it ,
CLAIMANTS. mtfl'and
I( V mV.. L-Jlim and 'I'tI be
se"\ may fairly Allied that the fire
.
Persons exieitded its
'Jicr V.lIIY1. \\ rtlo'lr l hit |iayuiint.lt : claiming the right of ravages -
small w'Ii1IC pre-emption to of
notet The ab ivc reward jiuid fur l vJnin i N. the aforesaid any over a space ground equal to an ) !
tbtre. lJ. t'.ii i i, hil.uleljihia Gazl.tc lands, ale required blong squaro
to the t1t
cl thePuckct Bjok and prove same to ,
'cry contents. Uutl"dreIIICriCall! ell II k lon, < uOler, the suiisfauMnoi the Regisierand Receiver measuring upwards of a mile in lengtl'!, and half a r-l.
B. ELL prior to mile in l
J. 11U \ breadth.
Inlho-
I ." (\.lIiIi.iI : !i. "ir i tu, New Uile.ms Hc) the day of sale. summary acount of this f

.1iL I I83C.'_ 23 3w -- .I I 1) 1C and( sold wlidlrsjili-.tiul! R< t '11" inn.iI j./.iUi: .NxSllVllh' Ba'r., General Land Office, vast devastation given in gnp of the tra ascriptions on f!!

For Liverpool. i : ill I Fr.I"rill k CIiIW1111. IC Ilcr I !ti nconrcrni'd 4 :-l 1,1. jr .iUih -I I '\' Ocloi.er I3ih. J:35. 13.DR. the monument, and which was drawn up from the 't,
THE I inlln ISicirit, Ur Judkinv.Tin' reports of the surveyors appointed aftei the fire, it i? l "
I gUild and bUiibMtiiii.tli, >nii:ii Uri \V uk .nvin, ; > stated thai the
; I---l ruins of the 'I'
C'puMdriiu' uill o.itt1 401 tll.1.II'C jinn. aii4iu. Uu 1 abiiic Oin'iiKMit i- .l'u'd] III lilt public :i' .< LAND FOR SALK: STEWART has removed viz: 37J acres within the walls city and we-e: 436 acres, Ip
bLnhtiL. .ate and cl'rt.till, rrmcdv fm 1.1"i 4ili-iin.iU, ; IISCIM''! his :jrficet'i' the westtnd of titin the liber- t; :
fur
I'ttsbugct-nly I upjilv 10 tin- 'Japt.uii boaruTUllbo I The wil'scll' his Maj. Wyatts new Brick ties of the city ; that out ofihe
subcriber iwenty-six
? wards
it
sum'nf which Itil\ kin ltalllcd the skill of im:.iiciIht I bu'idiii thc f 1i. !
trIO 1" It. 1$11' j OS. t"IIJlilLC., .I ) e "u ; ;, adjoining New Post. Orlic Ut erly destroyed fifteen, and left eigh. others

RtceiTed by d.id.essel, i4l) p.ect1 best licinp tJ.Lg.. :I CleIlCp. Pl.tiiaiion!: with theimpro.wcrus, .coni. Dr. b. particularly requests that those who are in- tered and half burnt; and that it ccnsumed ihal-four .tt .

rngandjO tons Iron fur Bale 10 incichaius on us gU d I I" White Svvcllingsof e\ery description. laming one thousand acl''- I1 '' sit
Itrncs as aL any market. T. it. 1i. I IJa.n. iid Sore Legs and Ulcersof long standit I _ on the West side of-hc Mimsukyunu nil make imrredialc payment. Those having ac- houses, eighty-nine churches, besides ..

1j j6 23 If I It 3d Scliirrusor. (ilandular Tumours particularly} i. .list rate oak and hicKory l.1ntY"For 'JVjJ1!'' COUItS against him will present them forthwith. four of the cry! gates Guild-hall chapels.
ldl
t Lt"'iIH'P.IC.G ; I chanlened tunlOur ill women's, breasts xvhichuflrnJimcs : ply on the prf-miacs to S. :. CHlSTUPLIER. .an. 1st 1836. 21 4w many public struc- Di-SUPERIOR Co ; lurs, hospitals, schools, libraries and a vast number (
Lc4 terminate in ulcerated canrfrs. J.UI.-2.I 150.: 21 l 4w _ stately edifices." The immense
"
G. Kane), Assumpsit butnmons ad icsvg I LIST OF naiiber pro- SS1ill
( I 4th Felons or wli.it sumo know by the namu LETTERS.
Jpondcudu.ii for SlUOO( peuple perty destroyed in this dreadful conflagration, could
damage* ( EMAIMMG the Post
HUN"E in
; Office
1M" Catarrhs of description.5lh Dlr. R at Quincy on never be calculated with tolerable
Fup.'l ) returnable bpnu term Ja >G. o every I ihe 1st of any cegree of exactness -
Attach mem for $5UO. l Khf'Uinatic I I'ainsof theiirila.Olli | rJU\mU m { (C FJcgmm, lJllIe 31st day March January 1830, and if not taken out but according to the best estimations that

THE defendant and UI other illlerCll led will! take .Sjirains and Unused of every description or inwnatever I inestimable Pills. neal Post Office day 'as dead letters.next will be sent to ihe Ge- have been made, the total value must have amounted -
the use of I Dr. Uutilff I I pei-
of the institution of said suit and tIle put :itunte. By to the immense sum of ten millioi s of pounds
isbufijolsinlattachmen 11.'ey follow B-Buli Rebecca
of cither sex, ; carefully the M-McPhaoI Duncan
7th TetLersof all kinds. In ihisconiplaint, the sterling.
and pa
: toapl'carnndl'lcallto thc P'OUl1: Directions .wtn, John D. viII.
: the must the I \'cry.luI1.le: plan and accop- Matherson, Fred.
it. Ointment keep
rallof filed in said case according to the statute lient applying part etlectually lo eradicate I Buqt, Wrn. McVane .
hllc.h ig tiitHII, are enabie a John
of pan) .
out water8th
case made
anc provided.V16IS360' CKIITAIN iISiA: nand, to. restore lost health, PaVer, John McCumis John
U 'Tf Atfy for Plaintiff Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. andcf"inty- a few (JP.S. 3ryan, Joseph It is a curious and instiuctive fact, whilo
Mctvpnzie
WEfc'S (It is also one of the best lemcdies for Burns and I with ea.e. sally, 3\1Ker. Allen the colored in the
Edwall population slave states increases
i and draws tho fire ., 'c n"Uj untAdll'I'Ic.c..u.. \1ur)hv. iVlisc Mary
Scald* II ClhiCi the pit out in a i.c BO'leA, Jacob
_h NO TICK.Tiafcl III'Ulllllll". this; .MeilScim:. ill ihi :!"d other.cities> .. ,-n c! j.riiicipltowns i iI C-'..arnochan, John 2 R duaulebone-Ran Samuel with astonisbiug rapidity, ia the free

firm of C. F. Duerr & Co. was dissolved 1 For Inflamed omen's lp.ist! and dlnndular, throughout. I the ".11I. lor uie IoISlllllecn eawdqriiig Cosm, George S Smiih ken, Mrs.Alary states it increases scarcely at all. The increase -

4. by mutuc consent on the first day of Jauuury. I Swellings il is superior lo uii) II -dicine ) cl Known tu which I' wa.1llslaclchlh'" prqaredby Dr. Com .Evans L. D. Col. John W. of Providerte during the last 5

All pe r bn. indebted the aim, will please iuakt the medical faculty It is mud safer; than mercurial incoiitC'iii!v.ru\ C. that. w lieu used \Vlth tile IN I G-Gribson Sylvarms Stephens, Henry W. 2 is years
10
lIImedlllte because way: tS.: I U -iHeets I T-Tison, Mrs. Martha only and in this city only }019, whichwe
payment to either of the subscribers, I of any preparlion-of thnt material) it does JI'CllON I I'("PI a Lhiorcugh h andspeedy H-Hebron, Church
Thomas
.tl1"use receipi lor ihe same will be goud until lurthertwee. not lay the patient liable to injury frum expose to cure tl.f 'al I.' .hlol: di order, denominaUd the I J-jnes, Dr. S.F. Thomas Whiting Jos. &.Gillet presume is less than the nmc unt of emigration

Thitec having claims agains us, will please cold. Scourge of U Humau i..Ice. jacson, Geo. W. Taylor ,Samuel from the South during the ( eriod. Iq
,
>r t them fO1b\\'i I ThisOintmcnt cured sores of many years stand 0 'Fiie J LLS reaccompaned, when the case re- Jeringham, E. W. W-W oQten, Howel Dutchess county there is a decreaie of color

C F. DUERR, ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the with the ..:.'"POWDESouirl'S K-Keily, Wm.G. VVomach W. ed populalien since
---- amTIM' 1830 to the number of
of the bone
in
PEACHY. external : becoming
sore
JOHN BLAUt consequence L- :
.1.t. t'i' constitute U 1II00t Kesy, Wallace
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Marks- Jan. Qtb. 183u'. atr__ I canons or rotten, it will slop the p'ogrctd of the caries ( : le'; the \:uriou stages )f powerful this Protean medicine disorj Keiy, Archibald Jr. 37 HPB.letters 417; or qqe 6th of the whole.-N. Y. Jour :
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of __ __ ,
increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the appllful ft 11: 1' f of Com_ "
NOTICE.subkcribers j. !ilnJ plain directions, w th a popular Ireatise..lajuiiig l 3UU: 1l1Ulg ior me above letters will -- ,--:
fonsive rmell and ease the pain.itcutctl1e pJeasa
.lIE bg leave to inform the publick, worst Felons or Wlitlows on an application ,. the various symptom and the mode ot sa'lvertised. A. FORMAN P. M. -

f- that they are alibis time well provided with lU3lmenl, accompany each box so that persons ol t
of 48 hours.Rheumatisms >
tni-fc. to on the Cabinet Carnage Making either sex tonY CUrt themselves. A Resort J or Invalids. Dec.
carry which have stood&, long ua to becom' oigniNOTosiCpT, 7.
and Carpenters Business, m all its vat bus disorder. requires mciicineto he taken ;' (Price of th-i Pillu $1 J a box ; lla Injection Powdeu mE subscriber having settled himself 'I'be! Option for Speaker, C erk anc Printer has
thesi; and would be furnish iheir si-rvi- a iiysleinalic and Ceralt !,U cents each.) .IJCoYJ I has on IndiaL I this loment terinated, and
glad to them enlirely. jut in mosl com*" .. deiermined tnmw-n_ J.J""ft_ r._ ring ._ most avo.'ablv to the
etsUI wardly remove -- n good :
to "
u r- .u. ILJr noaro- cause The
any pan of the COUD'lJ' ca-aaby applying this Ointment eternally as dircle" ur l'repueu10m me original Kecipe in MS- o : l Lodgin;. elievinlP itto be one of the Hell St following is the vote : Polk' I2

THOS WILSON & Co. it will give relief.! And even li old pco,le. wlos the lacUr. \V. T. CONWAY, by Us immediate SUPccs fucble situations in the lYnited States for most to'or Clerk, Mrcer3 Mr. Adams 2, Granger It bJank .3.7
Quney, Jan. 15th 1 l83623eowtlstMar.. the and the dole Proprietor '1'. suITe persons Franklin re-elected wit.10ut
from
,
KIDDER :
: havo been uf longer sLanting, it will a8e >or of pulmonary, dispeptic, and tion For .p1OS1-
Printer
pains
itb le had at his folm'ill chrQ diseases and numerous Blair & Rives 133 Sa S
DU Uuraicr whom they may Counting obliged to seek j '4c a.
OP t'LOIUD4-Lt-ON SUPERIOR COCRT. a refuge from Ion 59 Bradford
the
pain. & '
J' No. 99, door thilst ofa Learned 26 Green Weed
** B.&ktpartt -\' I To eacaptaingund masters of/esselstHs ointment Chambers oyer next to J. KIDDER'd Northeiti Winter-he feels safe in blank I/' I)
In the 18
Trespass on case. y
it being Drug Slore"correr of Court and Hanover Streetf ing ian Key cann t be
valuable in winter cJt J for
t"atn. I Summons ad respondendem for mud be very non ..__lurpuaed_ __.. beauty health .
nd
aflecte-l Concert Hall Boston, and also by his 11 alp .(.mOl' .h.... .. 1. '
G4..rU I i000 certain in its eHeels on ChiIhti. .r parts near appoin --- ---p -- UCtlU ItIiOWn here. The
*
*:; damages. very
itlikfiwi.a ves s qualities in all climates ment, (together wh all those other valuable: Me H Thepmeter aidom below 55'or 56 io
Slaps root winter We
iiller n'iraf Ktturn&ble to Term 183G..1I11tdtrUe'lamt with prai nor learn that
> Jpiil cines as prepared 1 V the late Dr. CONWAY,) by up t in Summer, and entirely CL \Vu. Duane, (irmerlyedlor -
exposetf to the .
AUtichmtnifor t900. of thi5tnoct E. B. PERKINS, (No.6. Lre'from point oCthe ae and publisher of
tndfin If A large ninssof tfigtiin&ny prqing the'alue ) every compass. The Care o.. the Aurora news r and
r his
Iii medicine will b<*hfwn to those who DRUGGIST. and bar, will be as good the ncc the election
P .: iittC lr.Co. excellent_ __, _, __ J*__ It-. ._. II' *. .'I..r.... TulloliBBsee. Fel>22, J835. 30tr: afro nd attended hy u market will .of Gov. Wolf Prothc.nonarV of
oeiendanis a 4 all other interested willtkeiaSemmce wish further jnforiuwon, on apnwiuu -U **I '' experienced servants, with the Supreme Court
, .tIlcd of hi( authorized!*ent.. G.I11 );. priv ooma for lodginge1ther (or, Gentlemen died in this city yesterday
to '
of La-
, ? A. institution of said suit, and Ions or any oh. dies Families he i mormas, in i the ,76th '
old icial appointment hopes by of his
of said "Uichment an" to appear and The above med.cine iy { : ARDEN SEES from the New diligent attention an: year age. He w.
Pladto ; England SeedJf SLca '
J the and warranted tenuie.' dustry, meril the cuztomoflis .or a long pejwd of his
declaration friends
:r to Sled in the Raid case accor- the patentee Store. Forsfcby the 'cgenel'ally. ani ) fe one of the I tOlt active
, the statute.in SUdl E., B. PXILRNS. DRUGGIST.Tallahawea S..A.SPENC1L influ at1
cau1a4c *pd GEO.
provided. 23tf LANMAN. 10 _P9ilt4asofPeunsylvaz
"0017 13 18J6. 'iJt. 1 Jajiuary lsl1831 27tf. Key, Monroe Co. Florida. -J3tlJ ia.

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t hay Mr. President laid before the House, An Essay on bodied substitute .furnished,.otherwise, ,it. ahalibe l..tJ
Chief-Clerk,
.. t, '- I Capt. Jos. li. Lancaster, yourformer Edu'ation"-which had been transmitted to him. !, muster said delinquent into sen ice under

; : b Proceed of the Legislative Council //1 ing arrived in the place some diys_ since and \being; pre Practical referred the committee on Schoolsand I officer having charge of the v rfunteer or conjnum 'o e
to drafted
1 It the fate of Horn, hero in time to. and which was bOo
vented, by war arriving thereon by bill or I from said county ; and thereupon: the PI
[CTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] with directions to report person
: v.r, I feel it duty to resign Colleges, so 'dran
f offer for his former appointment my shall be considered in service ....
ind ,
"I. Mr. Wood fro 'the select committee, appointed to receive will otherwise. liable to the la ,
in his favour and I feel ncdoubt, but that you *
; rules which in such 11:14
: l proposals id contract for the Printing of the present him' the office which he has so long !Mr. Hunter, pursuant to notice heretofore given, nkcdand I govern cast s. : I II
give ,
: Session oft Legislative Council, made the following again: readily And obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act JNO. H. EATON I
filled Hon. Body :
entire satisfaction to
with your Which read and *
was ,
"t REPORT Site of Hamilton county thereupon, the House
:
\ make the'County on
to
bumble servant will rem.iii; ready to perform any permanent
J.i! ) t That they hay received proposals from the editors of your of) the -which was: read, and ordered to be read a second time of Mj. Hawking agreed to consider the bill !t1ioo.r1
aid of tit business present
i scrvicu or in '
,
necessary named and it is ordered that *
r l the Intclligencemd Floridian, and upon comparing their I ; t is same be placed
':' Session of lion. Body.Ti'r' on to.morrow.I a.''.
: bids, find Mr.lson's to be the lowest. They h-ivo I > our JOHN G. GUNN. Also a bill nulled; An act to amend an act to prevent the orders for this evening. f .00.CI
\ perlfully<< I
made a contract -ith him at tho rales staled on Lmid-i within the Also the following -
10 accordingly, J I And thereupon, on moiion! of Mr. Brrlhrb't, iluMho I i Tnas I | :: >rs and Depredations
by him in the pioposals. I j of Florida" -hich was read, EXECtTlVE
., :. ': accnpanying Ilcuse do lo and said resignation. The : jurisdiction of the Territory COUNCIL
I aivcpi
E. J. WOOD, : agreo and and on motion of l1r. Blount, referred to the Judiciarycommiltoe. : 1
; SAM'L. H. DUVAL, same was agreed to accepted. I To the Lcgislalive: Council of Floridal '
: Cleric I .
: The I Hour-o then proceeded to )allot for a Chiel ,
G. S. fIA WKr s. Mr. Johnson notice, that he will on some future I return you the aw regulating
B. Lancaster declared unanimouslyel gave change'
when
} "I Tallahassee, lh( Jan. 1836. d.Joseph ; was: day, ask leave to introduce a bill, to \be entitled .. An act Ibo terms holding: the lIpr.rio. an.1. County! COurt.frthe

f/ Which concurred in the Hot1 Nov. 7th of Franklin, with iments l
was rcaand by %c.i On motion of Mr HawkinsIr., Lancaster! took the I to amend an act concerning Dower, approved county amen which::: are cOn '.
i t- A bill, entitled An act to amend an act, to incorporate 1828. di red necessary and proper to )e made, to
p thereof. carry
oath of oflice, and colored on the luliei out the
t I. ; f :i company to be died he Lake Wimico end St. Joseph's The House then adjourned until! !0 o'clock on to-morrcw. Mr. Duval! presented the pclilipn of John Ray, praying objects which are intended by siid Act.

I t Canal ComplU"passct.l Feb. llth 1835-was: taken! upiiorn 1 relief whirh, on his motion, was referred to the Judiciary Sec. 2. And he il further enicloJ: That the provision '

i" : t.. I.I, the orders ofthe day and read a 2d time by the title, i Wednesday Janiary 13. coinniittee. of the act shall take fleet:t. and be :n force from aDd

4.' \\ hen on mutton 0 i'1r.' Wood, the Hou.-e went into comiuillce 1 Mr.rood offered the following Resolution .- the adjournment of iho next Superior' i Court for the after
The House a
met quorum
to
I jdjoummcnt
t.: :'. of the who] thereon ; after some time spent therein being the Journal pursuant of x-'Slcrday's proceedings Resolved, Thai the committee on School and Colleijes of t: Franklin ; and thereafter all writs, bill bonds, appear COUDtr,

I t : the committee: ,'rosc; and Mr. Duval therefrom reported i 'road.Mr. present. be inMructed to inquire into the state of the School res and processes: of every kind & description, Wbethe .

!. t -aid bill! to the louse without amendment : Tho rule j was Ih rthelot : notice! lhalhc will on a future day, Fund of this Territory, and! what dispoMihn has been turnablo; \ at .Ipiilachirola: or nn: shall be and the sarnej*

): i !being: waived for that purpose, said bill was rend a third gave i and that to this declared to bo returnable al the t City of St. t
fl ask leave to introduce a \bill, to beentitled "An act to establish i made ot the School Lands ; they report Joseph ..hrc

.. : tune by its title, nd passed. Ordered that the title be as an Academy on the lands, of John A. V\ ilky' of Council at an early day. place, the terms of said Cours hall be held lOT sai\

!before stated. Leon (, 'I Which was read- (the rule being waived) on his motion County at the saint lime, as is:: lerelofore stipulatedime '

A bill, entitled An net to incorporate the City of St. county. ference to the Courts at licola! -
and Apalac law
: Mr.[ Brown of Jackson, gave notice, that he will on said Resolution was put on its presage, passed. atiy: to the con.
: Joseph, was takes from the orders of the day, and read rehiMon extending Irary njtwithManding.
up some future day, introduce a hill, toJc\ entitled An act Mr. Johnson oflert-d Resolutions in to

a tfcconJ time ; aid on motion JJlount, (the. rule being: : to more correctly: define the boundary line of Jackson! the Elective franchise-which were. read, and laid 0" Aud to mako the original: ctio.n, which has passwycunfoim

v..lived) was lead a thud time by its title, and passed.- OIlJlt\'. the table until tornoirow.Mr. to the above sugge-sli! )n, it will bp. neepwlirti'stiike

Onlcred that the title be as \before slated.j I I -Air.- Hrmvn a.. .. .. .. nf... Columbia_ .cave,.. ncitirp.n_.._... that______ ho u__ will--. on a ; I Rerthclot from the committee on Internal Improve out in the 2d! and! 3d liies of the- Act.-- --. IhA,-..T"",1.7.vf US

t Mr. Blount moved that the House now adjourn until tomorrow { future;; day a.-k leave; ; to introduce a [bill, to change the ment.lo, whom the same: had been refeired-Reported hereajler"; and the word "flojc" -in the fourth line-..

l. at 10 o'clock-The yeas and nays being required: I. mode ot Administrators and Gur.r-han's Bonds in this favorably! on :a bill, entitled An act: lo declare Feneholn Also iu I ihe 5tl line, the words after the next termoftkt

4111 aid motion by Messrs. Duval and Morton, were \'('a:4 which Court."
river Madison: stream- County
Territory. way county, a navigable
: Mr. President l Messrs. lll'rthd\t, Blount, Brown, o(Colombia I .
; : Mr. Trber gave notice, that he will on some future day I Ii was again; read, and ordered to be engrossed for a thirdrcaIing JNO. H. EATON.
: I': Brown Jackson I Hawkins I Hi I inbolham Johnm
), I
rr i a leave to introduce a bill to be entiled An act to declare on to-morrow. Which was read, and on n otion of Mr. Wood, the
>- Ramsay, Taber, Walker: ..uaJVood, 13--Nays, i
j I thu Econlecne a navigable stream. lUre Wood, from the committee on Banks, to whom the IIOJse agreed! to reconsider sai I bill, and the same is placed
q I-IfcssM.! Dennis; Duval!, Holloman! Hunter, Kenan: Man I I
;i. ,' Mr. Hunter asks and wishes lei ve at some future diy, s.uno had been ref.rrcd-Ht'pnrthJ favorably, and without among thH orders for this E/cuing. .
McXeill and Morton 8. So the House stands ad- I
> :
: to introduce a bill to make pcrma1entlhc: ( site of the Public amendment( t, on a bill I I entitled! .' An act to incorporate I iho Mr. Hawkins! from the ron miitee on Enrollments...

,. ( f j'Burned. until to-morrow at 10 o'clock. II Buildings in the county of Hauiltori.: Florid i I Insurance ;and Banking Cont'wn-whidl. was Reported a. correctly Enrolled, h An act to amend aa

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.. .J.r; ; January 12. Also a bill to repeal in part: ant amend an act to prevent again read, and on motion) of :Mr.I Morton, made tilt order act, entitled an act lo incoiporalo a company to be called
Tuesday
I r. trespass, passed 5th Feb. lS3j. for a third! reading on Thursday; the 21st 1 "mat.; and! :fifty i time Lake Witnico and St. Joseph's Canal Company, pa.s.
The
House .
I nul: pursuant to adjournment, a quorum
.
Mr. McNeil! pursuant to prevhus notice, asked and copies are ordered to be printed.Mr. bed February llth, IS35.

) .Y. J',, I.eing picscut; the Journal of yesterday's! proceedings 1 obtained leave to introduce a bill!, eimled u An act to declare Hawkins, from the committee on Enrollments I Mr Brown of Columbia! asled! and obtained leave (tie

.
,.', \as'rc ill 1 I
Fencholaway; river, in Madism! county a navigable Reported as correctly 1 Enrolled I ;\ II act I lo amend anac' rulf.bemgaivcd) to introduce without previous notice, a
: asked
1'1.lcXeill i : : to notice heretofore given,
j4 i :iml obtained leave, pursuant to introduce! a bill, entitled 4< An act hircam-which was read by the till, and relci red to the. !, incorporating(' I lie Commercial i : c Bank; of Apalachicola :" bill entitled an act to authorise: and permit John McLe-
I
: committee on Internal Improvements: And "An art to amend an act, entitled an act, to org.inine more lo build a bridge across tl.e Suwannee river, at the
: lo alter and change! the time of holding the County Court
I
,
.. ..." and obtained leave to iuiioducc a bill, t-ilitlcd All act to I II to icpeal an act passed bt day of !Feb. 1S32, and:! for other and ordered for a second reading! on to-morrow.
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; 11 reading on h)-morrow.
i; the Florida I In and B ." which} the Prr.idnl, and The I Ioui..e, on Illation of llr. Wood went into
,
: Mr.\ McNeill' notice that he will on some fuluiv :I incorporate >uranc
:. gave which was first read by (the title, and on .i is: motion, referred countei.-i ncd bv tho Clerk of this I louse, and ordered to milieu of tho whole, on a bill ( milled An act to amend
f. (lay, introduce a !bill, CMiliiled\ Au act to repeal -i pat: of
'I'' I to the committee on Banks. I bo transmitted to His Excellency the Governor for his an act, entitled an act to organise and regulate the Militia
I' tile 5th ::feccliiM of an act, entitled:: an act to make ncnnauenl -
1' On motion of Mr.] Dennis, Messrs. llerhr lot and :Macon approval.Mr.1 l I. of the Territory of Florida, artl:l to repeal an act passed
: tl ie Count Seat Madison and for other
! .1 ) county arc added to the committee on Banks.: I Duval, from the select committee, to whom was i 'si day of February, 1S32, and for other purposes. '

'I purposes. I. Mr.i Duval offered the followhg Ilesolutioi :__ referred thc petition of the President) ot the Union RailRoad I Also, a bill!! entitled "An act to change the County Seat
J\lr. Brown of Cf.lumbia; notice, that he wiH 011. I
t "" gave Resolved That much His made thereon which read I and place of holding the Supoiiorand Courts
:oiuc "I.! introduce I a bill, to Ic'gitimale so of ExcellczIe) Messageas Company, a report was I Counly of
W.Cievs relates to the existence Abolition Assotjalinns in: and on motion (,1' Mr.: l Blount laid on the table. the county of Franklin, and fur oller purposes." After
nud change iho\ names: of K>thcr} Clews, George .
,. ;";: i;' and lliley Crews. several: of the Stales: at the North, and to the dissemination His Excellency the Governor transmitted the House some time spent therein, the :ommittce rose, and lUre

;,,. them of the \1r. \\elllbrd hi Se- Brown of Jackson, therefrom, i the former of said
: J Also a bill, t oho entitled "' An act to establish Terms! by incendiary publications, in the fotm of following messages by private : leported
;
,' t of the Supeiior Court in the courtly of Columbia. Tracts among the Slaves af tl.e South, be referred to a cretary :-- bills to the House without aa cndmcnt-The yeas::! !and

l1r.Y cod: gave notice, that he will on some future day select committee: with instructions to report to the I egislalive To the Legislative: Council of Florida : nays being required on agreeing to' the report of the committee -

i. :t t introduce a bill entitled! An act to repeal an act, pa.-sed Council on the subject, b.? bill or otherwise.Which A bill entitled u An act to amend nn act, to I. on said bill, by ;'tessrs. U cod and l1aconera

t I : Feb. 1SJ5: cntiiitfd! an act to incoipoiatc the Union Hail was read, and on bio motion, the rule being incorporate a company l.; bo called the Lake Wimico:: and yeas Messrs., Bcrthelot, Blount, Brown of Columbia,

, It. ROad <;Olllpany." waived, was put on its pa"s:1c and adopted.--:Messrs. St. Joseph's Canal Company, p.issed llth Feb. 1S35:; ," i is Brown of Jackson, Dennis, Juval, Hunter, Johnson,

l\!r. Brown of Jackson, gave: notice that he will on Duval, Morton, McCants and Hawkins were appointed on objected to and! returned that the following,( amendments Iacon. McXeill, Morton, Ramsay, Tabor and Walker! ,

I said: committee. may bo made to the 5th :section of the Enrolled Bill!--injserl 14. Nays Mr. President.i Messis. Hawkins, Iliin-!
; future! introduce bill entitled autho *
IIHC day u i act ojboiham
\ ji}! rising: ; ; the sale of: the real estate: of Thomas God':111.[ deC( ;ilSfl.! I Mr. Hawkins from the committee on Enrollments i'J' in the 3d line between the words as' and pro- i Kenan, McCanls; and '.y ood, 6. So said report

I:. .1\1 Wood from: the committee on Banks, to whom the I Reported as con'e'lly' Enrolled : An act to amend an I! vided', and the same word iV hi the 4th line, belwucn the was concurred in by the House. Also, the latter of said

,,Ij"f ? .- une had been re'.errfd--Reported without amriKimcnt: I I act, entitled an act to incorporate a company; to he called I words as' and theiein'. I bills was reported amended according: to the suggestion!

I 1.. t: !bill entitleJ '* An act to amend in act incorporating the i the I Lake: \\ illli'o uid\ St. Joseph's! Canal Company," I And from the words therein L provided1 in the 4th line of made by the Governor-whict report was con-urredia

-.- i' k .inimeiOiil n..n6! .... P..lTphirnli::,. : which was reail ihv.ond '. : parsed: .: i Feb. f 11th, 1835. (! the same liel'lion.trike: out all i to the -nd of the section.Likewise by the House.Mr. .

ordered ,. I AH .. t io .'I.. ,, .. ilio rminiT.c j strike //te 12//i sccliuu Duval from the commit whom the bad
( :; ; <.- time, and iu L<: o"8.CI ->-> r.r. iV ir"l n.-ij. I < :it and place of hold- j in the 6th section: out ofvniil ec to same
\ I '''HI .1... 1..1.... I... et---_. 1..nulls TI ..... jI j I
in ou to-morrow. ." <'< 1'I I. been refirred-Reported a bill, entitled "An act concerning -
1" *; Franklin, and f for other purpo : 1 tfii. ucitunlorC Slated ,
,
; committee to whom the subject i I tWit x umitu tOiL 01'1", vc. an r uiu u.m..VM';.,a staff" which read lha first lime,
f .\1r. Duval from the select' \11..1] Resolution in lel.ttion to.l Light House the I Act, which ; was
: : on secures to i incorporated
;; had been referred-Reported a bill, l'nt.tb.du. .ut 1 St. HI i, companies, a li ight to J and on motion (the rule being :.u.ivcd) said bill was read
.. t.(,," I Southern: exttcmity oCapc\ : :;, and: for oilier purpo. puichase and hold to an unlimited extent roil second and
estate. u thud
24 autliorisc the 1 Governor of the 1 Territory to raise :i suificicnl I- tune by Its title and |l'IIo ssed.
to 1
which signed the Provident The
severally by of the I Act
we.ro : ; which tins is
-es--- intended I
: to does I
I amend On
: restrict motion of .:\
force for the protection! all.! defend; of IhI' /, Ir. Duval. lUre Johnson and M\!CantJ
1
military '
countersigned the :'l-ik i and ordetcd and limit
I (Council : by lo be : the fro-bold! tenure or the the added I
; citizens of Florida against: the hostile Setuiuole Imh.ius; company ; present are to the committee on Militia.! Also on his motion
tr.insmiiicd to J His I I Excellency I the (;'",'cf'fl..r.. j one, now submitted! for ..
War said N my approval dispenses wiih I this Mr. Dennis: is added! to the select committee to whom I
J and for thu rroecutiou of the against 11'HI! S 1 .\. lii'l. ., r-nti'lc'l. .... '* _An_ __ :wtl lo alter :iid_ .hnrn/r..__ t'-.o..!._ 'timo..... nf \\ hulc-'iolllt' urovision. It is irrnr/in.rv. .return,1 iK... : I
.' nnt.lto amend'the laws of this '.[Territory' which was u .J : I "-- --- --- u. i. Vbtlllltttf 1111 III? was referred- -- that_n_._ nlrt: nt"'.. tIp...'. Clr-S vrrnnr'vi, _.,- .mp *toe .relatin.--- .!?. \
the j{ h )'dm; : the County Court orIildio': c'o'lnl)'," was ;sixain: :m ;; I i Ibis) puiiciilar I it m-iy: again: be open tZ, I lie "IJIJ>.xiJ.ritnn; : I t Abolition! oeit'ii's.In- -----0-
[. read, aud: on motion of )1 lr. Wood, placed .unoriir: or-
I : I lead, and ordered to be vMigro.::)rd t ft/ a ihsid! reading on I i of the ( omiril. J.\ 0. II. KATON./ Mr.
Morion
'rh'CIS moved, that thu bill entitled "Anactto
tiers; of the day for a second leading: on to-day I
'. 14th
to.IHorI\\ I : .
January, 1S3G.i :
" and < :* being culled\! on said: motion by !Messrs. Berttnlol ;amend an act, entitled an act to organise and regulate the
nay: I'-1 An I -l I bill)'I I I entitled i i l l An *I1 i:! thlCOIIIIlI.'I'i.1 i And !
and Duval \1 President, Messrs. 1)11\ : nirr'K irrorporatini:: I th.-renpon, on motion of Mr. Wood, I the Houei.r i\liliia! of the Territory of Florida, and to repeal an actl'(1
\\'f're'eas r. !
.
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Iblllof)t \ II' ::' !" .t :I ". .i'i! a lliHIlun. : : .: <" d I tu ifcoii-idiT ih- bill lln-ri ii 1
I. Hawkins Iligginboiha-ii, Kcnanlacon.: : :Morton, ..iIIt )- : 11:1111/,1.: and rf'lllrlll.d..: : : 1st day of February, 1832, and for other purpo- \
.! .!nd i>:.is.'d.. Oi i"'i .-d Ut.i i.t- i.i;; ;I- ?..) ,'...y. : "1 I dO: I: "i 1 ''In- .. !Joe.! I hr J House into "
t. i I:-ey, Tabor and Wood, 10.--Nays Messrs. IJ.-Mli-I I .I!, 1 1I a wi-ni -MIII- st->, bi now read a Ihiid lime, ind put on its pasJge-: I

I Brown of Columbia, Brown of: J.ickiou, Dcinin! Uolo.i! :;taI'd I : !i mlif: !H" iron ;Hilt! ..l i.i- >onitlime, rose! wln-n : l-. i j which motion prevailed, and siid [bill was:: read a third I

Excellency I i the Goveino-i i tr.iiisuii-d t tuthc t I Hou...i i[ i/loiim; :". !rom, Il'purtcd| said bill to the House before
amnuli
d 'urnmd
: man, Johnson, :UcCnnt3.h': l'lll, and! Walker, 9. I Ij ; : lu.-.seu': : Ordered th.it the title be as I
j the! ) f'.llowing Exoruiivo: .Me.a! e :- j as MJ ;' iuaid which
: ;;I II mestage-- report was (-'ow.tlr. j :-tilh-d.t
: 3Ir. Hawkins! : olf) <:red to the House, as a substituli: for j jJ i l
I nominate Scars: Bryan; for Judge i II l t County C mlof I n-d in f b rim I Hoine. On motion of 31 !
ttood
said! bill, a bill entitled All act to amend an act, riiiiJlftian ;: I ) r. (t the ruhi On motion: of .Mr. Wood, a bill entitled "An actto l
', Ternlory 1 Jackson county, and I Hczckiah It. \\ k I., act to organise and regulate the Militia of the by ounty Seat, and! pta .-c of holding l
'
,4.., of Florida, and to repeal an act passed 1 1st day of t the County Court of Franklin coui.lv. its t title, and passed.: Ordered that: the title bo as above': and Superior Courts ot the cou ity of Franklin, and tor ,
JOHN
, which lead. (Signed I. EA'I"ON.'I'Iie atalcd. |II other purposes1' amended in committee of the whole,
February, I 1832: and for other purpose* -- was I as (
'.,' .; A bill, entitled *. An act to change the County Seat ;nid I House went into cel;; et Session t thi on, and consented i Also I the t following :-- j I IEXECUTI"g I (the rule being waived for that P'tm' pose) was reada second 1 1I t
and advised the nominations ther '
. -, place of holding the Superior and County Courts of the when thc to door was again opened. l contained- OFFICE, I and third lime by the title, anu pas; l'd. Ordered that A* I !

county of Franklin and! for other purposes;," was taken January 14th, 1836. j !tttltt be as before stated.
I The House then adjourned until lo-moriow! n lo the
from the orders, second On o'clock. Legislative Council :- 'i he House then 11 o'clock. 1l
: ., to. of the day, and read the :: tune- adjourned until !to-morrow at

. motion of Mr.Vood, the rule being waived, said bill was I I I, respectfully, suggest to the Legislative Council l

- read the third lime and passe Ordered] that the title be Thursday, January 14. the propriety of authorising by law, an increase of the Friday, Januiry 15. S
The House me' pursuant to adjournment quorum Executive Staff.: It has been found

ii..i as above stah d. the Journal yuslerda/'s ,i .1\ .t I:........ /, -._ _. necessary to. despatch) Tho House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum-! S
.,. : A bill, entitled "An act to authorie::; the Governor of I! being present proceed0rg 0 was -lujuunu-wenerai: to Augusta, to procure Arms. On I I the Journal .erJaycvcniog's Session I 1
thc read. receiving them here, he will need assistants. being present, of yes
The
Tenitory to raise a sufficient military (force for the Quar I
.4. Mr. Berthelot, puisuant to peviou: notice, asl\6j and ter Master, will wa< read. 1r
i too,
protection and defence of the citizens of Florida again: require persons to assist: him with his future
the hostile ; j obtained leave to introduce a hit, entitled "An net *>;,|ter duties. A law giving to the Executive Mr. Dennis; gave notice, that he ";ill on some
Seminole :
.
Indians and for the of authority to increase
prosecution t
I 1 and amend the 4lh :section: ofan act passed 10th .ch.{ and enlarge the Staff day ask l lave to introduce a bi I, entith.dn act
the War
against said Nation, and to amend the Miliiiuluwcj \ UPPOilltlUl'nts as lit may; con- Iio
I 1832, entitled an act to preveit! the future migratiiitofFieo ccivc to be amend the Charter of the Central Bank: Florida.
of this necessary, conduce much the
orders of the may to
: Territory was taken from the beefilor '
Negroes or Mulatloes to his Territory, and (for oHvj-\ I 1 1I tho service. On motion/ of Mr Dennis, the bill entitled An.actt I C
day, .tndread by the title second time when inoti.m JNO. H. EATON.
: a : on ihe
y I lJuJ'Uues"-which was Icad ad ordered to be read a 2li tihich .... .... __. amend an act. entitled an act to o-ganise and regulate: j]
0'I Air.ood the House : was read. nun.._) nn,... .muflnn.._.._.. t" .MII.. f.:
jI went into committee of the whole ---- "I *LLL I&l1 flhLI1; [.,- an "
time on I to-morrow. /erred to the Militia: I Militia of the Territory of Florila I and to repeal t,
I I ieieoii, :- After some time therein the comriiit committee. I
: tee
spent Also a bill, entitled "An act to ostablish an Academy A bill entitled h An alter passed: 1st day of February, 1832, and for other paf0'ses" f
and \ act
: rose, :.Mr. McCants therefrom: repotted a sub-t itute to and change! the time of I ameU
on the lands of John A. Wille/uf Leon county"--which {i lolding the Court I was ordered to be reconsidered with a view to
fqr said bill, entitled .An Act to amend an Act entitled an County of Madison counly"! -was:: taken I
.,M! Act was read, and ordered for ire scooiid reading on to-morrow. rom the orders of the the same: and placed among the orders for to-day.
to organise and regular the Mil.tm of tu.* 'l'.r', ; -j- day-read a thIrd lime, and passed.
Florida, and to repeal an Act passed 1st day of Ft'h at-I Mi: riit-U..i 'j.u'iihoul previous notkt', (tile tile Delng d.r..aJ th.t it!?. .irlp! |hc J1(.< :JVe Stej. I I His Excellency the Governor trinsmitted to the DdS
for that ( waived) a :,kec' and obtained leave to iri- rile I SC. f;
Houso
1832 theCuimm'llec purpose then adjourned until 4: o'clock thIs tw r.iuwc; by Mr. Wjllford his Private
nr), and for oilier purposes, as amended by : lioduce a bill, entitled u An aCt authorise e the Govornor eveni g. message:; ,

Tho yeas and Nays being requited, ou concurring i of Florida Volunteers lot the de cretary :- It
? of the Terrilory Ionise,
T : with the report of the Committee of the whole, 1 li)' Thursday Evening, Jan. 14. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL J t
fence of the Fiontier"--whichwas, read by the title, ard .111House J ]
Messrs. Berthclot and Dennis, were--yeas, Mr. President met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum 15th January, 1835.
ordered be read second ti e on lo-morrow and fi'ty' blIIg
to a Pvseltthe To
:' : ,;' Messrs. lierlhclot Brown of Columbia, Browa of c Journal of pioceedings at the Mornui"oCSSIOH the Hon. Legislative Council : 1
\\
ordered be 0
to printc
"t copies arc j" "cud.\
Jackson, Dennis, Hawkins, IIi g nlJotlam: !, Hollomau! Mr. Brown of Jackson, uant to previous not'c.e, his EX "' I return an Act entit ed An Act to ame (
4 7ti. Johnson, Kenan McCanis McNeIll'Jortolj) Ham.-ay; pu '':1"7 the Governor transmitted to the House an act of Apalach1- (
asked and obtained leave to ill >duce a bill, entitled '-Anil the! lOIlOWWg '. incorporating the Commercial Bank
Tabour, Walker and Wood 17. Mes rs. Duvalt (ussacrc, bhis Private Secretary. .M col) "' for the words "aU. I
Nays, > act authorising the sale of the estate of Thomas Goff; Welllord : 0 r. fallowing amendment after the It

t t and Macon, 2.-And so said report is concurred in. On dec'd"-which was read and i ion cred for a second re<:Jinge t/zorised- _- -/n-" .ill-- .llir.-- .fr.t..ct .linn....... f\f v. .tKo.... .C..!.....,...nnt.v....\. -aprtiOfl.tflt---- t

4 motion of JMr. \\'ol..d, the rule being waived for that purpose EXECUTIVE OFFICE, U demand, or retain more than at thu rate of eight percent t I(

- said bill was read n second and third times by the Mr.to-morrow.Brown of Columbia, notice, that he wil on To the Legislative Concil 14th JailUlrJr' 1836. } per annum, nor". It

r ',. tillc, and put on its -the and being; required :- By tho charter is to the Ban
passage yeas nays some future day, ask leave introduce a bill to L'giliieorge Gentlem,. I original authority; given

i \ ; on its passage by Messrs. Macon and Duval, were mate and change the name cdisort : \\'. Carter, or i\lu- tho 12th instant, ill the; return the Militia bill passed to charge one per cent. for discounts of 40 days, ** j

:k) : it.. yeas !,lr. President. Messrs. Berlhclol, Brown of Culiimjfcfe countv.. to that of Geon. \V. Bradley.. chaniicjf, considered by OfJpe amid 'xpettutiou, that :some: for the entire year i is 9 1-8 per cer t., which is 1 1-8P*r
,
lJlOmuterial
11 bia, Brown of Jackson, Dennis, Hawkins, Higirmbolh-; -- -Mr.-- Brown J of Columbia, rauanl to previous intice, adopted by the Council: tilaL tobe madc, may Le cent more than any .other Bank in the Territory cjj 1

, '4 urn, Holloman, Johnsau! Kenan, McCants, McNtill: ,I asked and obtained leave to oduce the following; \bills the Act. ctliclencymay: be given to charge. The object of this amtuiment is to place .

.1. Morton, Ramsey, Taber, Walker and Wood, 17N.t s, Th laws institution the of otbe -
i > A bill entitled Ah act to tablish\ two Term jf the regulating .Militia upon footing :i. -

Pt !\ to Messrs. Duval and Macon, 2. So said bill is passed. Superior Court in Columbia inly." COml'lUtutlOlJ, i in lieu Ofperzonal rvice, ermits a monied JNO. H. EATON.' .

Ordered that the title be before staled. I servicii<<1 Hut there Which .
as
; Also, a bill entitled An to legitimate and changethe be I fvund, persons who will nut may was read, and on motion of Mr. WoodtfljD

.- Mr. President read to tho House, the following communication names of Esther, Gear W., and Riley Crews"- nnything., Law In their penal serve, UL who cannot pay therein named and returned, is ordered to bereco05twith > ho

:-' title for 3ui.d. to the enactents, shld be a view to its amendment, anc is placed among
i.I which were severally read b 10 and ordered a Worse state of things that
TALLAHASSEE Jan. 12th 1636.To ny arise. 1 orders for
,
put, therefore pro- to-day.
that
second reading on to-morro' at the end '
1 tho Prest. of the Leg. Council :- MrTubor to ous notice, asked and ob- wu.ls be udded, But the of the 1It section, these Mr. Tabor offered a Preamble ar.d Resolutions,, stUng
pursuant Governor bli:
; :: Sir : I beg through you to tender to the Legislative tamed leave lo introduce a p t h entitled An'act declining rcSs of the Legislative Couzjjf" n4., appoint ill the donation! of !lands, to aid i in contracting! tho -;,ad

: : Council, sincere thanks for the honor which they Buildings in were read -
the
4 my the Econfcene river a navig stream"-which was read !t end of the 6th section, add u Washington co.unrY-11blch
t : did me, in electing me Chief-Clerk, and my resignation; of forthwith Ald slid tine shall laid on the
: "L_ and. referred. the couimiil, n Internal Improv rnentf.t. paid, or satislactorily Bedzredi or an able- table.To' 'I > ..
that office. I be continued in 01 r next.;]
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us. Great activily prevailed in the French
naval the Indian

: establishments-. Air Barton has arrived and the son Erastus Rogers Agent, the suttler, Lieut, Suirgs Constantine and Hiizler.Smith, 1;I on the 26th of tho same mnrth. By this treaty I nfTafre has delivered to the government, asking 15'br

. FLORIDIAN French Charge has been recalled.WASHINGTON 1 hroucrh Gen. Thompson were hot 15 bullets! j j wo under.-Uud, probably about half million! ,, the immeJi te payment of what is due on the :.

JSATUlVAY and 16 through Rogers. The Indians: scalped all, :, over the 5 millions proffered, was granted the Treaty of Indemnity: without' taking any notice

AUlAg taking of the Indians; fur spoliations and other claims and of'the condition which the harobers have t jought i .
A Jan. 8th, 183C. scjlp clear ncuun the head as f far I j $ ,
Jl\N. 23 Dear Su- I as the hair that had proper, to add h granting the money and which
extended, and (then beating in their i, of Indi i.n imilies in the Slateol";
------ i 1.undcrsood! from Mr. Webster that. skulls. The North unfortunately tie minister is by no means it liberty
heads of k
Rogers aiul i
I Suggs wereshockingly i iI CarolinajTenriesseoand; Alabama, and
I Mr. dtrphen hue, one of tire most respectable and I I tI' forego We cannot conceive that eventhe
fcE U (LE wAR. news \\-ea.thy gt ntlemen in Boston, would be ia New York mangled. All this was; diuie iu open such as m 1\ rt"l1l1fro II 1 Georgia and settle rnr-st punciltioti) assembly could com, ,t.lcr it

rcCI.1\'e .the *1 hrearnin! at Christmas, and desired to see me on the subject day-hght: witl.in 250 yards of Camp Kill-and, i, in either of(' those Stairs; by hiP 1st of Turn against their nitional dignity or that of an:- of thepirtie
to m of
continue gunimerhn company oHle Rail-road .view the 50 U. S. Troops, thereat that; time i'
tVe Captain across Florida. U i i next, nrr entitled! to a quarter suction ((160 I : concerted, to qualify, by a !lew wor Js, language -
I 'r and forced toMcLmore's T.IIS with by did they not rush out to titer ,
:
other
.-nihc SrllntJ objects connected with inter- rescue, or, ra- '
: nearcwnlI1snllc the acrts) Ofl.llld tit.lt which las been susceptible! of an u ipleas-
timer did I Is tll 5 at tie O"'t.rtlllwnt, I
est ot the why they nut the iu my
3tacket Territory carried ply two six
company3Uv.mnee me to New York for a pounders BP
bn amid that it
'I of Cp. the Block I I prire ul $ 125 ant iuferpretnt4m, merely to express
A rortion OdS Town, f.w days during the Hollidays, wnen nothing was House upon these bold savages, committing (iI'r arre. They ;ar to he pro-1 Every .
I
<.cat. att:1Ckelnear lik-jlf to be dane in bafore their I lcd, it iit t >. ot heir was mit rnenntas injurious I o friendly na tin '. -
been fiom two toT Congress. face and e'cithin. 250 ( mj (u I po::t -;oIn I improvem .
I reported, I is that ihe intention: of
3& A viroUsiY All the subjects conn cied with having yards such deeds of m<- '( ,' ,, one pertfindeil your
interests
lwID..J J"S our barbarity.Jacksonville. i iI i > 1\: r.r u and m|lit otlu-r States, for 2
'..J .u arc uuthisM'JcoflheSurearol ) i h-eu I referr.d to the : I horiorjble President never was to hurt i.'ie lejlings t

kt.lcd. The Indj:1n our nI.nY'V:! Every 'I 1.url i. consdt-r and report upon, repecicommittees according to established to I, Cour. I::jy Mi3 lioni III'| tiiihVaiiji.( The terms of the of l Fr.lIlce.-Jt seems to us impossible: that such! a U

(1:1n,a '" thC aMiSnentforcef.rthe, delenee 1 iisares.-l I did not meet :.1 r. \\hite, as I wishu, --- I 111t.at| } arc snhstat.tially the same as that made; sound policy js that by which you government

.on; to (1r"lIIi': but 1 rei hope tu sets borne of the Boston Company INDIAN AFFAIRS.-Rumors{ have: been coiibtant-: i I I at t\ tltil ton, with Rid:e, \ hil.hc then i guided will permit such immense interest j (o be n

; iCibcMQIc tv01l1l). of the 15h, to induce hem: to accept from Congrrss such a modiuication ly afl.ial. t Iii I the last week, some calculated and intended I 1 .:' published; with thf addition-it I claims!; above referrtd I'I compromised ind put in jeopardy by a mere $
commcrcial Advert of their charter, as to for It) excite alarm; and apprl'IICII'.illll i ill themindset I ,I m.t'f'f
provide running
; ; t Jo and ter ol! foMi, waen one party is quite ready
t me
march This
pre-emption
would Ihe nil.ruad I right. !I Ii h
: from the
Si.
John's t whilst
tWO ml-cdvuluuicc to Tallahassee: and people; other rt'pllrlsIH'i| willing to and will be satisfied with ihe sim
.' s\'s that ichcl.. ,;*sb- themto I been trt-:tty may he viexved as the will and! I pay
that: pacel: (, our Apalachicola, with other indipensL i founded in ruth and soberness. I In our last; I II i express i idiHie pest'! admission of its having acted honoraby; and.

1 fed3)"SfroD1 from .' l'trcans.. anien.lments. This charier can ne\er be sanctioned we staled that the Tomoko settlement which weie I II of the 1Iti'lli.; I I
'* expected in I I the! great maj>rity of!people( connected with trade &
;ct'1Dt iSO) lbo, we learn, that clDrts arc male- terms us present\vh ch \vilbe form.: useful If hey to do the not come into and some I situated 60 or 70 miles south of St. Augustine i| It vvill be remembered thit John I fl os, John j in both countries, will no doubt] do all ir their .

I fnolU cjeurgi Gen. FJoyed( will soon be in some exclusive privileges, which Territory in opinion gi'eup had boe.i destroyed by a body of 1 mmii .\ whidi :; Ii di i', and nihiM.s are now at \Va>hin:ion cit \. i power to prevent that the t.es unite them, I fr m being i1 .i.
wlUDlccr my
: "iozi.e conMdcraMe force i he ioUowing! will le luinous 10 the country, the charter will nev- the t terror*, of the I people magnified: into :iu nntol-l t h-I I. :etit l bv. the nation as a deYgalion to tn-it !n;>- ,.. broken by quarrels from wb'cb none ha 'e ary :,'

e1d'ah a General tr sanctioned number; and that Herriot's, \\ lliams' and Au.krsoa's ofi tips 1 'ltHllo Wtyire therefore still: ifiilentof !
f lc.:cr frum Adjutant Congress ; imp .mihj-'ct. T( avoid any ililfi'Mil-!m expect. : co ':,". ;'
an extract from a lor a sup- In the c\'cnlof then refusal, it was my purpose to had: also shared the same 111'e; were : I this a ne: ceabe! arrangement, :andJt piu<; K 1 learn .' !
'vasdPt cd to Augusta ty on .ict iU!ut. I it I is provided in the! I treaty.Hi ,
"o\\'n, \h 11lmduced capitalists tn have taken with some alsO told that .Maj. Herriot's, Crlll r's and lpeyster's )'- i i that! concur iu that opinion' we remain .. .:.
; amendments i It if f a tr-aty .-h ill h'ivo I h.;cn entered into bv i ii ytU
>. the Jack'.onvhl and Tallahassee R Iii. negroes had! betn taken ult" by the Indians I Yours &c.

.\ of arrn AUGUSTA, Gco. Jan. Iitli! 1S3G. mad t harter, liy an arrangement \vth the stocKhol- with the exception of such as could; n.it beuselul i fitdfle alion( 1111.It \\a-hillgton, beforei\ ,; i iI _ _, _ _ _ k4.

I Vfstcidav m-nnug! ;tt ball past .5"larmj (!CS: or tl) have: prepared a new carer by Congressiiititing and that according to custom ill Indianwarfare I j one jii-t t- c'O IIllIdl'd11.111 I : I I be prracntrd tll.'iL' :. -.. _L L____ ---_.----' = ,4

lKM I < in alter w:111cll'lI1 C-.l. Liud y IromHrleaeJa wi.hI : : the others, an'l huving a ROJI! made on I I they: had destroyed all the children. and !., for rat itic.i'!!0Ii, I then I tins irratv IS consileredVoid 1ftAlliNllLiST.: ; fcVS
I : \\a> highly. -ratlf1ed 10 receive terms the most favorable to the Territory, and to do old! I j
ready' cC.n'nlnnceu.h. ; your 'UIJUMtltnlflJin the greatest; good 10 thc largest number of people. negroes. and lh: one nnde at Vashin .ton to bu --- ;.;

1 \ Lsl 1'wun't! a,"Io.'anec in the CXL-CU- .At! bough 1 hall (iba n.d ordeis from theVar depar.mf'nt Later intelligence, ho\vevcr leaves: of the story valid.I The I ll: ;j>. and [Uid"e parties, il is ui-; ::; POUT Ut' ST. .MARKS.ARRllED i

ilL lltJ:1rtcr1a ter Li.ut.el:111t; Pay. n, was tor the JMiliti? to :take\ the tic'., the mo- much lIfjts tragic interest; but enough to I render i d"ls ioJ, are Ciuy| !! p.irlieiptnt: in liiis! trc: ltr. i!I =- _;_.;_. ;__.__- -f-\

,LI.: 1111' [ lSISIIJ c'. JII t'1."I.lr"l:; \glII and 111rr3ngIU men, I saw .ihe i ianvag which were likely to be I dlHresoin beyond! measure. We MOW learn from: I :b.!:" .

'IPI'.J11IIeJ W aJl: :.1.11 a.lltl.Hll1l1 "If ira: : l'urlatiOJl; cunnmited I by la.! Indians I ,..I.- m.-asiu-f?, jul 1111L-: f ollr'cwlIch are deemed to be entree: I, liiat Col.Dy.MMCTs's Southern Ktcorder.Vfsn ; .1,":. 1C: Brig Monument, Caston New Orleans :
Ihe I
; lillcnJ cn'r)' aisaflrC 103.dt1ii ale! to have other provisions made for the house I W.t'l !..a"iiNt.ll ., t
Capt Grt'l'II, ) : emergency. I : is not burnt; but t ntled of all m it I" J I 1
:d with IhclrrrepJTl llIn a.d tcparturc. Thi ; morn-. valuable CUll Lemns. The whole! number I Ind.u: !:: :. '\ I'tc M ,:, ',; 1/" .1'/\0" I I l5s-4 l Errcrpr i.s' Bray ton from :Mobile: wit wood ;t' ,

ClI\1II'C! eJ the! (.Jlltr3C1h: ..he:1"011. ; F had all the .Inters of Ihe day suspended yesterday I engaged in I be a Hair appears to have been! thirteen )!; \Yiii! respect lo tn.re! '>irl that the otf-red nieit I 'nu:1 I tt> Ilnvanm. '!i

,-'" I IllIft'fli ""111/(", wllll.1:! Colonel Lindsay t houglit : to hav? the enclosed bill passed, awl was read headed by an Indian; name John! Canar.! I I ( : iti ni of Hi: <. ::lIIll| ill the American. ; ali'iir! had I. l.; sVhr.: LluJson: iifrom Tampa Bayv th dcsprvt''ie.s to"t
'* fire ontl.e: arms 13pidlill twice in the Senate unanimous It will negro for Government.IS .
)laM-n consent.
to by ill refused th'% Cabinet! i Iii .
-: :<11 I at ticre- we :ire !
he ne(( lIY Ten of them crosed uy
"4iid might be luM 1 lu-y and if this over and committed t the I: .Steamer frern Pcr.sacola the ;,i?
nunion that no time pass early 4.n Monday morui.g ; is not / aware I Ilia: in oti.er! repl'ctthe Fteucb Govcrairur.t I_I wen up
Mrd. and ioiauiH wasie, and 3 remained on the west side of the .- '
? line If luaich, sufficient, \vevi .1 1 add as mu--h more to the military : $
.-H' h1 V leed. The gt tat interest .takrtS&iiiia en appropriation la,1. Hillsborougb river, to kill :a I ho"1'ter'i the I Indians i i : nppare.illy I : ""I'j.ctttl! itseif t to tl.echaiireof j Ilivii It e which! p.\"cnl ns' ;!: have airivcd bth! w KJ.' r j

: ibccxpOMd situation cf that the and had accomplished their the lu I insincerity! : in it- t-xprco-ed. desire for an :a'ccomrr.odtiion f.voscho. (' <
behalf of 1 have requested Re\enve Cutlers, purpoces a: tir.e / rfixrd say uvocu'tcrs, JITJ-S.
anti the cw-ue advance which &In'y I other small aimed vessels be ordcred on the coast, appearances indicate t that: they built a fire on the of: the question, that it <:ily! sought to I U: Jcir.! FbriJi Aa.!lerson from Key "West- tl,

i'.mb rrndcreJ, me. ,aw\J! >be too )1J* t'"n '&endid; ': and tliat! arms he sent from Baton Rouge to St. floor no doubt with a design to burn ii, bi providentially demonstrate! : its OWII'ilillII'! "S (to avouJ !hostilities! I f c'ir.Var! >.iw Fl.'iierfi-o.n St- 'Thorr.n i

:.Jl?\'r am qnI *aic vou Vill di.lv. ap'1; e. iate it. lu"dur : Marks, and from Augusta to St. Augustine and St. after burning though the floor the fire I ni order! D :1 ict upon Uoji!,ress ino:'p-i ti'HI III the -- CLKAKED, ,\,' i..'.'

1.halll leave hC1C lur 1'1iitta }1-) way ut : Johns. went out. Mr. Hunter's hou.e, Jid: ;e Dunham'sand iiigIirtIN! : :: i're,1.1ut; \\ c are aware tint therein I 1 3 'I'.rig Koberl bruce3I.trrcltfor.T.. i"o:'k C.: 9 balescon J;:' 'fl

\ JJcJrrt1le: aud t'xp'ct tlll.e at \11m( lIy the last j The defenceless situation of tic! Country, and the aUo Uruger's and Depe.'ster's learn l,- no .Atnba! HIM! of the United S t.i te.; i iur'raniv .1. ,.;..:
we aie t
w'd Tic rep.rt Lac i. that the : total! w.mt of arms, is to be nttributcd to tl.e: fact I tt .!c..l t wit.'i i::, the French iovenni !Ir .i"
.1he (oxrn"g I ascertained be ho rued. ; > .It ;: I rir-! I.idy! Wa hin rtoa Swaim :i. Ortea 3
to nil the I
the They I : :
JI15 called!! them. occupy; : : : 4
!. LTniitd! Sales upon : alone bar the Governor never : ked for I .
I iuviilvec .
reJt'nJrtl. urht to : .
M :' Hton.oni
: : I njiiraiivcly 1IIallrIJInc.m: a-: -; passengers.Mirk
: Jalllr \ 'rv 'Lr?e Jou-e, to proceed I j foretfi! state of things when I proposed that I jsame neighborhood I TJie AndcrsonX Wili'iamV, ; '
mt'
.
fGeu"* ; Ite.rrov. \\
:n ( agents in the matti-i; ; and \ve 1:10tb.lt: iln: e ;ii- : : Fianciscik Key esf.INvMitio S'
that and Herrriots
t the Induns. I Mneivy hope ArvMial on the Appalachieula, bur in ihr mean time are nscertaitie l to be all stllldill: I .
:-tht iili apinM : i .. im.r the ', of ire..iU i C.mil'C'xt.r Cjt. "Rau" 'loli.: H>t Taraa .
nor I
rouvd ',, in agents, pemiem ews ti-.u ,10...
i1,t Fbi iii w 11! lie- to < on | on the requisition of th" Governor, arms would havebeen Messrs. Cruger and Depeyster's negioes weie taken -
Zeus i.v.
11 >
.: ''WIL'f.'u"t': W: -t1lctourl'le.tt\1 ralHluill3. :- I i scut I a- pli U fiw years ago for aims, and away be the Indians: and none were killed except Cabinet, ;:re dfteiiuineo1 not to commit tltcirovvii: ) > .a::. II-il3'n C.m Tamo\ II i 1.4.

< ; -'..,.\". Y \K- in-nds {rum other par s. The JUKIa1 \ I was tt''d that they wnuld be forwarded ('n the requisition an ;old man named Casti'IVh.!: was; a freeman .lovermuent; wt-re not I to be influenced: iLerseutat.ous. :I ---_ iy '- fr

;' '.. : t'l'!' :cii'.la'.ive, aud v.-uli or wi liout orders )I tif the Governor, of which I notified him. and su pera miua ted. vThe I Indians: i then: went : paciSii' : paifesNJ'ins m; : ot'the! DUG: c.e Jt:., i':. NOTltI.- J.
ul"o the i chief of rh l1d.t. I trust dial I efon- tins! time the Indians have been i. lie. Tile at"lir!! h.d reoie-l I .
1.rr'IY' : c.msequcntlv s n.c- .,
*.: '" p": smith and recived an a cct:sin:) ufthree ot laer.; frnai; I. \ :Tt :RE.\SM}' wife llcbeccn Fslir-! rm dcv j.
,\ dl. i e'pcet11'IIO. I md ch tised. and I will have !
great repulsed great pleasure what: outs isombre asiecl; ; but xve ie: axarcil! tJ '
n.tetn'l.tl.aILltlnlwidll.uta: .
'
the nation which Ull IIICItCtl their t force to Id. 'I r ta -on- .fJ'
BUOWXJlttssecrcU .
in i i havmg amplpnvision made for the invtepidinilitia.wh that I here is still' little takd.lultllt:1t h' "tliif.'! viU ..
> > ind aiil has rofr.sjd 9
i.
; JIK-.I to t'
c i-i-.iie. r.tl'u )
They are reported to have had their and If.ep
women: ,
fll f 1\'. J II. Eiro.IiiduTil have repair-d I wnh such zeal find pat: riot- : really iu ue. Some interview. of M. Diijii: .vih ;: 1,1 is t., torcMrain all |I' -rsii: lru.'t. trtriit; '. w tt!t he11 .' ;- i
children with them and this that it
the I \\'as a111cmI. .
ism to d fen-e of the as \veas to pro ; proves
country
lie! Kmi si'n! relate this st.het1.I ; Jv: I di.t.rr.t'ct! !cr, of .
I ;, are ; to to : rf ii-CiJiinr.: as atu to :p-\ !") \r
vide for the unfortunate sufferer's whose property hat: marauding party that did the mi>eHef ': ota"
-The mclaixholly! : inielliluve'rive )::!lIn! lit: vitig been originally '.va rui'Iy opM \i t-> OUTtin..:. JAMLb i.iL.CK. r.: .
I been sacniVod wi hunt the slightest provocation on Major ['ulnum, with his command, was postedat i: '
I ,.
1'he( II f the I C/ouiuian.tT! of: J U .I.a, l::JJo. 23tf: ? Sti.
in t-ecoml edition: ol'tnir their I ohd't. i CllllceSlUn. change ( : ;
f''Ert' \I. : a part. am y'r most __ Mr. Uultnv's at the last: urcountlnlt; probibly i I ii
j JOS. M. WHITE.UU i i the American Sq: iailron in I ii!ie :IcdiUrra.iua:;, ; :HFLl'lGt.E:5:
{> !
;i.-i ) continued. There i-s no longer a on Friday or Saturday last sent forward' to rect>:inoitre I : : .i : : lfI 3.r
i is luiiv the and : mentioned in an arlir'e! ; tIled: .Mahon. Itll; uit.; I us'E'irried: in the LJrig Mary from Mexico S3Mii'es ;
I to endeavor to overtake! :I :,
and l.is soldiers. country, :
ithe! tie 4)f\1Ij.: Dade : :iint :i referred ill I'aris Ulllle.itlt'Illa! the c! : fioni 3t. 5 ftlii. fl
\lr. r.:1 r.tH.I-G, from Commi'tce of 'V3and the I Indians who being few miles I \vas to us l years They an repre- ;
are reported as a
1'hcv. !nvc: 1'ccn ovcrvvlii-lnied by supetior tllIlI1I. I :\1eins repored: the lollowmg bill: Making an bel. 1'omoko, in the of drunkenness :! I p >.-.i ihe! occurieni'i' of a war, but we repeat I that p "' :;: .j to be a* fine us any that ,.ere ever shipped 1 f.f! TIr I'
.w riming excess -
,."J -.I.LtCfl'd! by' :i rellr-cJ: and) &:v0 np-'rurriaM": for represiin; hustilljties; miiien-' I' there is little emu 1IIt ofsucb a eulamity. ;s.i i t\! : c'Uin'.ry., Tim ibove mn'.cswili: be t'A kt low E '
.
kr :; their, : We that I
spoils hope a good ac .
red by the S-minolc Indians. upon I! Lo Nt '. 'O.flat Ea till' a-'i. l"l'l1r" .f
of this inclanevent : :>ox \ political aspectof .
:
_:.rel'l': For she !liorrid: particulars i He enac'ed bv the Senate and Hous-p of RepreSentatives CtHHlt"iII be given of them., iitul! that thc..c I few Indians I much L- I nnV'lx:! BE.CHJllstcr of the EJ: MriVor to .:

II'lr \ve are indclncii! : to a genllcnian! fromwtioilenvcd of the United Sates: di America in Connress : : will no )longer be sntiered/o remain a tenor rlllic| are commencmy to occupy more J I, Ei\V IV.. DUll, rit. Maiks Jun. Ii 2ltf.' ;JI$
I .
j tciition I in the public mind than hit y have lately J !
-- rI
inlorniatioii. from the three assembled That the of thousand citizens. .
to
his sum eighty our !' 'e .' '
.
Tap3: done. and sitm I has ilerc'thaI
dollars Le and the same hereby, appropriated, for Brigadier Gen. Hernandez, with his aids: Majors :t Ii impre prevailed ,;?. ,. (. ;' ,. .
,
wldiers: WII! alone escaped. On the 23J of Dec. 11 i : addition to the uippo-.ed disjutes between tile !! ., ZX .:0 -) .,* ."
the cxjxnses attending the repression of hostilities \ and Ca and '> J.* '
\ illiams, Drysdale, pt. Philips i ( : / : 'f!
.
of hundred soldiers under the i C' ,. of Paris ami St. have ,
: drfjchraenl one commenced by the Seiuino'.e: Indians in Floiida.COM'IUNTCATFD. several other! gentlemen and small dclalahmcnt rts Petersburgli, matters: i t !; .llT C 'T' C"I fo' .tA :
a ,
I"f'rD .
.
: ,
command of 1aj. Djde, Captains I Gardener, atidFsacr not lately; run so smooth! between thu>e of St. 1'<- I -' \t -. __ -L 1 -.a.J,... .; I 'I C m ,
: under the command of Capt. KelVcnt:.; downon / .r. ; ";" r.? :.;
\1 ul.re HernlcrjaxKcia ; ter.iburgband! Great Britain, whilst it has even I .t-1\ ":, -1 .* ',
Lieiittnanis Uis.-inijiT: \ I".c ?
: : : [ ] Friday last, and we expect certain intelligence cJ *
been (' )ii ildetit lv. advanced that a correspomlence 1 V : i
: : and D f. (;Jai'/in: : leii .1':1I1I1'a; for C:Imp| : : '.1 N 1 1 :
,
Mr.\ KUITOK.-Sir, I see in your paper of .soon.Fiom i b.ib taken place b-jtvveen Lords Palmerston aral ,. 3 .
n-ys impeded! liy the burn- I I lie, west we are informed by \Jr. Ro-e, KTfeM I
Tiieir >s O-'I"n"1 'P.'IIf'11' '-Lr
km urnjre } Dill relative the of demaiulm _
? :im, lo I neresiiy ani :
some weeks back, the publication of a letter who left Micauopy the iSth tilt that (l'n. Cah i ( *- w 't .t IK_ i'*' Wi* .r i.: 4. .uL t lrUii.J -t* If ;
.-"ui'ili! : bridges! 0:1: tiiet! route, M> thai on the fifthu I i e.uialiou: :: I of i the reply IIftlte Czar to the address shiclloneer fy Commission Merchant.SALK I
.
of mine, dated, "rantunemeul (near Micanopy"Monday with I his command, consisting mounted men, I nrJdiitry t ;
thrJ1d! ad ran ml but bixty,1ive miles, and of the: Deputies at \\ nsa\. Anticipations
> ; : and in all to about &30as I : DAYS : Sat urdl"5. ,
) morning 8 o'clock I eccmLer 21 II m regulars, amounting : are alao rile! relative to the di>pute [between i ihe Mondays : .- ,
fr their ilcstitiution On the
w.eatuut thuiy! : 431t i: : : \\ : al Gen. Clinch's plantation, about ten miles! I j T.lansse!! U .t..bcr : f, h:33 I ltt'PLANTATIONS '. '.
1S35," in which some reflections are con- ; :, French and United States; (;,\'"rlllm.:1-au1 par- i _____ _____ .
r..J llitl: <.; ofii! "stlj t l"l'f .snddenly attackedkovcmlie'.r.iiirjr.suuU'rs rtidercd I from Micanopy. He was to hive rnirehed with C T "
utiili.it is unavoidable: refer toihe FOR :_lLr :
lies wiio muni : war ,
J. '! : concealed! ill.t t thick ha: in1ij. to ha\c been made upon the U. States I his fiirr-e in |I.r .it "t'il I", Imliins on Tuesday of l nuval armau.ei.tslitliii iiululUie t&i I'onlon .

4 Troops in that for n.'it mjikin an ear last week and his intention was tofaL'ovv l: \ up every : > i ON A LONG CREDIT. a:j
tuck: ) ld:1s with! th- ndvancrd :jjuanl: quarter ivlnlsi ollii'rs, -lrL'III1Olhly L anticipated t/!.airvincns Jn'cT
trail until he should Miccied In dl o" -crIt: meenemy ; subscriber otF for
: I
C:1 Fra : then rode! Her effort in the Seminole \\ are between Franco and llu>i ia. A ood tlealof rs leGW.t-res of AND,
.;.id :iHat! the bccimJ 1irc./ pt. ;:rr present > i
I Iutliai 1 l
tI ; and with; the aid of some iriencly 1. lying withni! tniites of .Monticello : ill) acres .
I .h.rl.J! the f.Jte.; At this I peri."j This letter was not intended for publication! anxiety prevailfor; I the arrival I of tie; inauguraladtlits I of vh'u-hib ckaidl I 1 .. '.
.mvarJ and eame i ii was expected that he would I find no dillicuity in t asid under a g"n>J fence, a good \ : '

: Invc saved a where iu two or tiiiee ol the (,in-cii Ue .,ent of:pain: to the Coru (; U-I liU..e, Gin, Packing Screw, Uvhn! ... louse, tJ. : ;
: a (j.dy reti eat m: .it p.\:.i11y and was v.ritten without i a knowledge of im- ascertaining they were, : \
,.:. -. O.r m'int'y JNlarket continues te.1JC"I1.. Si.tllcs: and .ro-Houscs.. I ivill i: also 8jil I loUt ",.1.' .
:rcasjntol'th::, devoted b.md. Hut they regarded liMCitnsuliTatiDiJsof II l j)0ilait facts which I have since I learned, and days.We his soli at 9C e money.House I I, liii-lu-ls Corn, ll>,'JUO l!!>s. Fodder, two .Multrs! .' threa r 1.fj '

1. I ) personal I safety md! thought j jinvufsavi.iitijir I! learn tuat Gen. Clinch remained at Hi..':C>, PiantaU Toos! fee.ALSO 'It.. ..
which in to those I fed -- I Ii :.:
1 J justice troops a plantation! : with J 150 LT. S. Troops, amid 50 were'! I I'
1I ';i ; u.'inJed: ; .nnp'1Ili IIS.: Tlse: j of ltpresenlilices. I f
I i j
I pleasure now in stating, The facts as I learn also stationed Mr. 2do'hmttoshi's.I'iIt ] j I i I f.): O acres of LAND: lyin on Jlkhasnoliy Lake ; i I

t!irivMi: ha:tiy: constructed; sunlit: t defence and ]! these-At sugar works of Mo>es K. Levy E"q who; .epiantaii'.n 't'iIed2flue i House resumed the connleralion !! 4n ut which:: is cleared, & Corn, Fodder, O.lt1I1c ,

".:.1 i a ilcmui$ d and !lioroic bravery: )rihy of a |:I I from umuu'stiniiahlo: autlioritynrc a I !: is situated 2 in des N. \r of .1 IC.llhlY: of the miii Il ion I fo reconsider lie vote le! rrilg; ., .i.d: lloiscs. The mos: ( f the abave Ti'cts o.:" Land H,

JJIU.T file, f.1tJlt! until all pet i>hed Tiie ofii j i i ve.rv curly petiud, Gen. Clinch made repeated I were destroyed OH the tIJd ult. ;i i11' I to I ihe committee I on Ihe District; of Columbia! : a .0-1 t.rs; rare !: i.in! ckand the cleared Laid will :: .:.

petition( praying lIme abolition! of slavery and the i; k-ui-.c-. "frui k'UU' ljs.! tj IO0 lbs. of C.
:: chew in their men while! sinking: !I rcMjuisiotis! : upon the war department for an : Rose who was manufacturing sunar at { .,\i"f', .
\\crc seen
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Mr. near lic.JlIuj'-: anived ni : Dijtnet, ol Coluiiil.i.Mr. I J al. I 1G. 1-:;';. t.3-lw I\. J. HACivLEY. f J
i plantation,
Levy's
t jtJcr their own: wnur.d.s. The men ilid their duly] I augmentation oi his troops, upon the grounds last. This ; Sladespokeag-ainst I the motion, and went .'
this Saturday gives ;
'' 'he last: o'.H'vi'.ij. -: every command! uul fiirhtin. 'i!I that the Indians would not remove peaceably the following place on account I: gentiemau ,','at irieat: length into an ,argument in favor: of tile i CoJ l\ S.,.lVciivt.I will:Irauiis.a's-> sell 20 Negroes, IS of which are f t IJI'.

-a wihJ: Jll'rlll.m: t'1ted; !! only!; by thtit I i of tht'iri and tl11t a wirilh them would therefore be That Wednesday, the 23d at i A. M. a cry I:! abolition; ol slavery i mid! of the slave I ri tie i in tl.eDistrict. -- -- it'l.
I J He avowed himself t be in favor of the '- .
l iirr UIIU! they! all fell benr.tth! lif! incissatit: fire ; the result: it: which event it would require a of fire was heard and. on getting u;> the H.imes! f' t'.il'OCS For Salo. r.
observed rising but the tune he could prayer of the petition t as t far as he understood it, ': i" .

I .:: iiefiieiy.! : At i the I !oe of i i Ihirriil tragedy'A1 ;i much larger force than he tlvn had. To go were out, I the whole just building', was by on fire; he directlymJe I a lId protested l against! I tile connexion of I this subjec.t i; W'ILLb-I in duincy u fiic: Carpenter on Satu.day, a yo.a tie; "6th fellow f. f

: : a., ,: L iu ti.e wounded and *
g.iws jj i.c< a.u.iiii: 1 those requisitions, th Indian Agent no doubt oil'lo Mica nopy lor; help. At t te!: div, uawn, : with the pllrpje and measures of the aboli"lonists. a iLld hand and several other nt-groes bet )aging; *.) .

:n., Wll:1; t unhnvk-.und! kiuvc-s, :i tid flew from that the In- many pcrsot.s went t it> I the plantation! but saw no Some of I lie petitions I he said, piopo; ,ed to lisa I estate of Cornelius! C. DuP..nt dt. sistd.- t

"*!It'll victim uitli; : yells and imprecations I that I under the be..I of feelings replied, Indians, but they traced 2 tracks from the sugarhouse immediate; and others a gradual abolition of sla- '\'nus caih.Jan. II. S.DUP( 'l', AJ .' :. :n

di 1'15'wlld! peaceably: and that a war was \'crHc was iu favour of the i immediate abolition i tiI 1:3t: I;. 24 Id 1I
demoniac ;go oak iu the woods t the .
;.ecveat) () the j>jvj
I I f\: Eight galljutolccis! and upwards of 100 : not anticipated. I In consequence of this fatal in a westerly irectilul,wllcre the pervuiNappealedlo oft1c! I slave I trade, und ol a gradual and! qualified NOTICE.LAVISH 't'/S .
I abolrion! of slaver! the District and of the immediate i
rested with the dent of a next i., the : ; in ,;
br2re ,IJi sacnlicc.! But were ordered, and \\ her1 the have gun : to hire for the year, a competent vaitcr;
& rs have thus fallen: a i error, 110 troops I cllactll1eu't: of such laws: as would tend to I .' 1
: chamber lid.
'j footstep) negro woman, as ut j"'.
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"'. :C-.rre !.IJicr! $ who were left wounded on the field ,, war broke out (icn. Clinch, had not under his Mr. Levy's loss is supposed to amount to 10000) : piepare I Ihe slaves for freedom. The question[ 111\i\ Jln.20:11.:536.! : 4 4w JN- .B. TAYi.DR; .ri.'Jj. I

i .:Bjnc! survived. to rclale the!; rr.e'.ar.chciy!; : event, 'cuaanaud 11101 men than were absolutely a least.: i ihe power of Congress over the subject, and of; -- "

ii oleuftlcmIS: snipped und l left S for dead by the The latest intelligence from Head Quarters informs the expediency and necessity of its exercise, he I NOTICE.
[ i maintain the different
i necessary; to military I I IX wrrks after date I shall to tl.! Hon.
evils apply
considered at ia. He also dwelt the ; 4L
ij t under of the death of the Indian: Agent (Jen.Thomdson kUg up!
In that suller'uii ns ;
3gl'S. state
tluiugli and th nation much less I I the Jitdse of the county court for letters ot Administration }L
posts ;.11 near Lieut. Smith U. S. A. and Mr. f:. ol slavery iu the States: and read many extracts
j l'er-JI fc1oh.td! the the of Nc
severeouds, the poor on estates .Moses Js. \ nand .
from Southern and Western in '
tJr'jtude to fmii his> way to Tampa. I any to spare to take the field against: ani ROePero:, who were waylaid near Cam ) King, and : ( hivie.VN.. He aso' ought newspapers nuo view, the supportJi authority ;!1, JhrlhK 1 Hagtm deceased late of said COlin:\ .

t. A large portion of these brave men fell: near the i i cnemy, whil"h must now be considered formidable shut, supposed. Thompson( by I Indians.Gen. was from. Georgia and was'' ol .v-ir. JelTorson, and all the subjects whu-h were ]I.j I -Jan. -J3J: ISJC. -2lG\v BEXJA3HN I I1AJ .AX.JA.NJLSU. 4 ,

dl'clh-eJ the del-ate the Missouri COUKE.
question
on
I ,eceof: Artillery which was loaded with! canister: aDd which no ordinary force will be adequate formerly a member of Cougii' Licut. Smith i the tendency m of slavery to destroy the balance uf the I I J 100 Dr" Jicay .,',to 1crF'EIS :.

tout and fired upwards of tlurtv! times.! The loss tc meet was from N. York.and had been .several I years on constitution, representation, &c. j'.! ) for; sale! S>ifai Secretarits and Jiok Ca-

j jI jt the enemy is !:: t !known, hut must have been I I In conclusion I will further remark that service in Florida. \lr. Rogets was a native of Mr, Gnrlaiul of Va. spuKe! length! and with vehe : ._y sei, settof Luo Tables, IJedstcuds Mat-

i Maryland, and had been! severalears. III the trading I racnec and animation: in reply to .Mr. ?Ild(. j I raises, \Vurdrobt3! L'. ku: ; Glasses, also Pin and
considerable: from the determined bravery of our could' (with It intended 1O 1I10\'e (Lie q-iesti .n after I! CentreTables will wooJ '
what SlOOpS G ( t1. Clinch spare, business near the Semiuole Agem cv. j wa- previous or marble tops. ? d.uoarJs,

ill fried soldiers: who: maintained the unequal con- united with I j Later slilland never sliII.-I Information arrived ;' Mr.: h-adeconcludnl! for the house ha I unexpectedly! \i I \Votk Tables, Urcssiitj; urcclIs.tI.lJ, with w )od o4*

lest nearly three hours aainst ten limes their himsel/at/ the head) promptly) us I'm I'I town on Monday, t that \I r. BartoUmio Sotano's toundilsfll e/l...a..c.1 in a d.scussion of the whole of i' marble! f 'psanil every article necessary to ft rnish u

(the volunteers! ) in the late campaign, and who PurvW abo.it, 15 miles: ":he in rn > oi )1:1\ erv', Lime \'erv thing which it j, ho ise. V.'iiich v.'iu I; bo ,IJ: on tt-nns that v I H! .iive
t tj
J John buildings
tur.ber.I I anti Mr. I wished toavuid. ''i t Ilr.. blades speech is not '-aniiictrinlrai : ell:it..3.1li"lc! i'.I\. .Ian. :.: I SG 21 9w
acted the battle of \Vithlacooehee: with Augustine had l een set fire :and
at I S. W. from : : > on IV >pecch' I then no one ever made one, and I ii-tDDL.t

I and! patriotism worthy of thc thanksI burned down about 11 o'clock 1 in the morning. .s\ I I it 1:0. circulation toe n.-t arro4cttJy[ Ihe South, they : DiSTicr--:LEON Cel's CCPEKIOR COLT.Tt
gallantry Vickers ad ius
?nnions !
\ rc.ponJcn'I01
Camp Kjn i ;, is said: to be in tlanirer. A 1l'ttcrJi.1I' .. r.I ..- --.- I.'...i-, i; rnl"iir-.l I t l- rl IwUti unjj t., Mi- Solano br.'u rit! Ue I may let Garrisutr's: papeis g-.. free hereafter. This I I \ j Trespass on the case jreri1cii&g
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I of their countrw : account. He saul that lie was on his way for" a I C'rl01.. {''ointeil oml'y11'. A-iauis: beli>re the whoe! I upon
"1 1'.1.; ,, ,, .' f 'ho e protection JuhnszH. [ ses-Damages S *:00.
? ? ? J iroiiuurs.ior > they so nobly !
states : j loatj of provisions, and when iu sight of where he field of debates w. opened. It is now found impossible ,
.
Lgyne with two hundred volunteer! *, 1 I f 111achnt7ltissufdJa1l. 21st 1835Rtlnrnible
fought *lill more nobly bled. knew the houses were, be saw a heavy smoke, to get the previous questionon accot.nl of thede.ire to 'l- JS3G
thCta! heavy cannonade was !heard that evening.He of a mi'iiber to reply to Mr. Slade. J I tenl1) f.irJ
and afterwards file but he I great
\ Very respectfully a great say no person. J S 2Oo.
was to ;march to the relief of that post next The account was doubted for some tine until an j MalAy members roc to address the chair, Mr. LIE defendant iu S lil! case, and at!! other! ; interested -
WILLIAM WYATT. Mann rf Xv\v York having first the of th: T
got eye
narning. Since then' )intelligence has been re- \ old negro who had been left by MrSola; no in pr-aker, moved the previous question. wilt like notice of the isauir.g: &ai( suit of

1 charge the place arrived in town aid informed and to appear and p'uad ti> the dcclaratioa tIL-i iu said
Ceied. God rrant that_ __ hi_? nuv have accomplishperil'ius The motion was seconded by the House by a vote
-----c----- n n no-oJ' The Idian ./q,1j. Wiley Thomson, Liml. Con that the day before the Indans came t. the house of 101 to j 9. case according to the statute in such case m..de and ,

r td the enterprise. be \\ hole country \ slaitnie\uiith\ Itrustus and tico others of him and tied him cshall provided. J. D. WESTCOI'Tjr. Af.'y foi i'l'ttt'
taken the
Rogers, I and made a prisoner ,-that The qutstion! being. Len _.main .
and the Jhtd Ja-i. -2K IS.3C. -> lt(
In that direction, except the fortified posts I inurdcrebtj Indians. he must remain subject to the orders of the chief I I qucstionjje nov- put l" it was ueciueu in tae alriruia- : -

ground occupied by our troops is in the possession On Mid.iy' thi'28ih ult., a party of ten men who was then absent. J I the, yeas IliT, nay71. E .1'\U 1'1tE.

I of the dining :iic house of Erastus Rogers, suttler at St. Augustine Herald. l\lr. Whittlesa'ked: for the yeas and nays on the f IX montks after date application will be made to V

savages.Coxcutss Camp K|;, were fired upon$ while silting at table i stain question, and they were yeas 1W nays (t.So Ii-. 1 cl the 11011. Jud;c of the County Com I j ijr Leon

by a partof Illd]i.I1I The house was not above it was decided that the vote leferrin; the petition Couniy, for letters of Disinissory on the > state of

of our dif-- TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEE3. to the Committee on the District of Columbia, Janus I'anner dtceaied, Lite of said county.
hrs already taken the subjc-t 250! yard from the Block House. Rogers was be reconsidered.Mr. I. G. S.UCY: .

':u tics illlo con iJcratiun. The appropriation though sitting atje )head uf his table, when the first intimation Our readers are aware, that the United I I Owens rose and moved to lay the petition on KICHAKD SHEFFER., 5 L ro :eculors- 1

wall I, slewb what will be clone as soon as the magnitude pL'n? of the presence of the foe, was a States' Commissioner, somttime ago, invited : the table, staling that when the States were called Tallaliassce Jan. IS 1836. 24 Crn

of the danger shall be know The war cannotwwl volley, oi is thought, at least 100 shot, pouredin the Indians to meet him in general council, I for resolutions h? should then submit tiio! .e he had _
4000 men. fui through the door. read to the House a few days a ;o.
with less than upon open the 21st Dec.
Echota
cbrouslatoacbbc, at New on to enter into
On this motion the 141 67.
The ... In'reasil'thc The 14ms, rushed upon the house. Those yeas were nays The
numl..r"r_..._. is .or .ic. \nil1. We informed toragetw
-- *- "- VJ The House the'i adjourned.
V4 HIW Vtl&UA V J 1 treaty arrangements. are : '
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in not led, nut of it, at the windows on lately
disaffected them in considerable sprang _ _
I Creeks ore joining each siddl'ive i fleeing for Cam|> King escaped. Ihat at the appointed day; the Indians, to the and

t nurnb.rs. Wc trust that' the General Government The oth fleeing {for' a hammock close by, were number of from 5 too 700, many of them ha- Letters from Rothschild on the indemnity Question. tun Shed which with his well known \\ .irchouse,

, Till act promptly.ign I shot din ving power to act for others, met Mr. Sehem- .-We have been l favored .says: the L'hiladel- will enable him ti> hoise from the weather rom StYLi
to IUOU bales. Those qho Cotton
store the
A neg' oman the cook, ran behind the counter erhorn, the Commissioner, according to request phia Gazelle, with the following! copy of a letter with him arc assured that may attention ill be De-
every
from Europe
.Yttr*.-Our latest dates from Messrs Rothschild and Co. the Bankers of
thiisewus used by Rogers as a store) time
r ( at which they appointed a commit. stowed towards its safe keeping.

., Irt from Liverpool Dec. 5th and Paris Dec. 3d. and hiJi behind a barrel, was unobserved by tee of 20 to enter into a treaty at once. A the American Governmental Paris, to their cor- :l. Marks, Jan. 13 24lf E. W. DO; ISEY,

Col fn had fallen nearly: a penny per pound. Aar1' I the ludi: They rushed into the house, Powe'J1at made and entered into between the respondent in this city dated, ._Storage fr Comm. erchant.

I seriously threatened between France and their 1, threw down the table, and looking treaty was PARIS, 23 Oct, 1835.
committee behalf of the Nation, andthe BLANKS of every descriptioa f for Sulu
IluSliao render] the former around i moment left the hnuse. on Public attention is very much taken up now bya

InG This wju probably difficulties with The t >fthis parly slain, were Gen. Thom- Commissioner, on part of the United States, note which it is said the American Charge de this office.
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1 .t -- JAMES_ JOHN ON BIRG.w. R. H.fJLSEY J. B. BULL, 1 subscriber has just received from N. York A T the the DUt April er OTICI _. I I

AN 0 T..41LOR DRAPER & TAILOR 'I'HIE oIDRY GOODS, among underained 7
::4 P.i l' gencral auoruncnt CAS. Wtlham Admnlt or e
1 : T 'lLl..l/l.'lSSEE. FL.Il : I gi l lmm1iFLOHIA \ Illch ore Wark amid Blue Ull0AD C LJTH:3, and vouchers for seLt1menI i rest his
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inJI01I'fot d.) I E.\lERES, NE" and cia superior qUl1hty. be discharged there wit&id
: ( .Yat"oT.'orlhojF.To1tlt.Juttltr. 't, ALSO t rom.1VILLIAM. e a

g-E! vou1' rep.tfuHy inform his rie1ds and the TOULD rc''p'r.tflilly inftnJ his fricrds and foriner READY Ml\ DE CLOThING, SPEARS P
I' i that he hRf returned (ron the North MarinnnaOctbr 17. 1835. &d' .
public, just
amid Fine HAT ;
I i V C'\htOIl1CI, hat h. h.\s jIist returmied from Coarse I-tAp
1I..a and assortment GOODS In 1 _
new f'plrndid i
.\ (IC r.k, with ,I hew and SPlen lid assortment uf CAPS, c. T N WAKE
hi' lmc Feeling graleful for the liberal share of StriCt p lJ" .Aferchant Tailor li./4 HIS I which he is IIOW UP' flUZ: at I tilt c.Ii and vetl I Coarsealiti Fine nOn1 S and shOES.A MANU FACTORY
; rull.Itcretofor% ; extended to him. 1c hOles by stand I.f B. & J. B. or'LJLAi\Ki-'l'S 6r f'gl".o.Clothll1g.. E subscriber
IWIIWII RU LL, (rc-cclltly UCl'Uplul so plv ould ir form
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l : attl'lILlun, to merit a continuance of\he saue. I V I I h\ the late 11.1 A. Pierson,) and tu whil h he in- ill"'l..aIHllJtlulc GUNS RIFLES 4c. T lolhasseey ard tl.e public the citjz I

J" .I ,. rift fl1tl grierai assortment of ll.Q De \ lieS I til.'oSe whe wi ish to f'lII'chSC dltp for Cash, ocall The itioVC are (.flred low fOE CuMb or pprovd re- the T NNING generally, .11 I

45 ; c9 Q1Jl 3r.01\sislingof'M/"Jouang : rALLAIIASSEE, s 'LORIIJA. l I Hnd ex.\llIII1C! Ills a.ti-imnmit, whIch Cllnslsts ill cr edit at my store, in Monroe st. hUSmC&8, and is now I eady to supply SHEE a03wi

.V : flu ; black, mixed, green, bottle do, l"IVisible and part, of time fiIlo" ing, \'iz.- A. ROWE'vl. }h to favor him, eitler whole ,
.5 ': (!r..kc neck do. Londo and Golden Jlro'fl, Plumb, Blue, lJI.H'lc, Br.iwn Olive Cir(l'n. Otldi:1.; Mulhcy.ainl &- 1 LI. FRANCIS, ArcnL tnlc any article a tiat line at short alfor ."

. c' V : A.I.11de, mulberry, concealed violet, atd victorireV r :\1iXe mID .ilID. J JU Bin NOTICE now two experienced workman, will nt e.

1 : 14t11 p1C. Drab and brown Pctersham fOI' over coats. I.eI"I; Mixed, -. UratJ q { { ? '4Jl1J.f'J': : months after date application wi be made to on hand a general assrtment. to sup alal, tl "
; nh1clc L'n-cuc-er, -'tCCI-IIII.\cd lit' (K.It1d Sx ch ants and whole eunl
1 CASSIl\1ERS. '& Hon. the J udgor the County Court of sale dealers, on reaonIe '1.his
a-IICW and lIpcrh Article, never bel 'le otIci cit in thltHCCl. DimnisSiOa the Store, in Monroe It.
Ctm1rrl, iagnal, buckskin, checked and printed of I \ ] J,ES 1'lw"Gs of every descrilitiotl. consist-I Jackson County. for Luers of tn nnd opposite Martin Hnd nexdortoRobnR.
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"f G. ecd.
Estate of
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t..t' nC'h""t ctlors.V
ill g ot Black and Blue Ckli superior Black Silk Vcl- .ndrew 1ls HOLMES Adm'r. AONA
OAT'S I1IR 1 CAMBLETS of var.ous colors : J. RO\Vt
\'ct, F.mcy FillrclI (14), spJC"llIJ patterns, Qllil.tcd 2.6m Manufalreo
flit ChaLsLLud 'VrJprers. Auiist 22 _ _
S ilk, lhIcrillo, Valellci.I, CII\lIice: larseille'S Silk, WM. II. FRANCIS \
''i. VESTINGS. a IIW style of Enlis:1: F'ancy Silk, do. I NOTICES Tallahassee, De 9th 183. ,

1;. !plcndt1 Enlsb ligured silk, fiurd silk Velvet, DIRECTIONS FOR 'IEASUIDlr T ALSO, A LARGE A5S0ltT1\IENT OF IX weeks after dale 1 shall apply to the Honora.ble 19-2(
(1h Velvet, I\Ihlllt1 painted ChalC'5, jncndcd for Jude of the County Court ofJeffersofl to Letrs I TiE
V :.r.' r'ltil' ;, Ibinnd fi"'lJrcdJarsailks, BracaJe QUllt-: I. Round The the Height chest undcl illdi.-peusdble : H E 1D Y-Il\DE! J'rHING. : of Administration on the e tate of John Drown, &LL persons are heaehy forewarnejmittmng

V) V t4S, gtiredV ltiigs, .r"r-. DuffCasal1eres, Stocki- 2. Do. \\'aist. cuat. Among which arc the following Articles, viz- ted late of said county. Veceased trcspas or waste upon the CrO C
II'U. e.\;prcssly fUf J.\rli.s, checked, stl\ed and j plainI ALLEN BROWN. other improvemcnt on the tract known L.
4: 3. From a"I\-s'am cluow and knuckle Blue I Ilck Brow Olivc i ( ;
OaJ.lit Violet
V storks of to joint. n'cn, P and I
1"'r 1O' '1 C3S II'I'r{ (S.f ifferent 'o1(1ur, ecry Dec. 19th 1835. 19..6wN ; parti 'ulnlly! from
414' c'iptioll, Linrn anti rulton shirts, bosms and cot1.its l. 4. Round the thi..h. : i "Iherry, Grnll and \lixcd IJreH 4- Frock Cvats- d estroying, or other ise injuring retriuing the c
and buckskin G Round the knee ltd lIIixl" Ocer Curds, nl'rll1l1l Cnmhlel Box Cuilts, GOODS. unless tlmbr
)
Gum Elastic' SisivntIers, linen B\\ fanu. by spec at leave from the
., I ;loves, merino 11\.1 sik' lines, half Cl. lamus wool do 5. From the hip-juillt tn the anrle. I lilll.d i with IIICl'ill" tutu silk, (I"ill ed .J.mn llOlIt, v. new 1rITE' arc now receiving, and iviil have open by their agent. THOMAS BA ?'

'plaid anti(l pbin b IIk: Cravats, timcy Bandl\erchif'fs of Ry'the nbo\'e scale If mcaSllremcllt. rntlemclI in a ri ttil 011111"1'11 flu nit'. Sliptri'lt' Bllli'I1l1 Black Cluth the 15th inst. at APALI CHlGOLA, a general Abust 28 3tf '
4-vrv ,1. rqtin, 'ett Drawers and bits, flannel distance iiiiy ue ena.bled, tl trw.tril t heir lIIeaSII (loah cll' (T tItl(1flC11. Db'IBrown timid OllvcGr"II stock GOODS, to which we invite the attentiol Jgtl for tireADMINIS'IiiXTOlt'SNffft p

L1lhi cotWIl 11.tllud ,\,), which will I. VEVI' mect wilh 111"H1pltlc'lItiuu I : (ii", l liJl' LJ.il'I '', Di tie, I 1II'k:1 and I Drab Cloth olotir 'ormer friends, and ulnlcs, generally.ronhlmt. .- -
.. R. IIAL'-'EY vouttl rc..pcctfully il1f.1I111 his cu"lomers \IId CtsMiIr..tVc% 1'asils. Bl.\t'k .\l ixtl, Lalldel' anti I IC"I'lI'd I'p iven to all orders entrusted S IX months uftcr Jate I xviiI present nl
InnY MADE CLOTJII G. and :he Puh.ic gencrl y, that he i' colltillU' nll"'" II clu., Bllw. n.1I'iwl: scci mixd .,. p L u its.- uttenion wil UP: 4. HAN Y.f'erher and voucher fo final settlement, and)se ,

1)rcs lHUl frock cllals, P..ntalo figured\ flfll) illg tlc, Tailoril1g Business in all its iiraichts, ;i-, 1 lillCll I iII d., 1 01l1l.t) .Iad\ds. J "'l''i or I all%l tI'st'r ins i- \ I Ist, t :: lARRISO t;: ..I tt[ the Judge oj the COiifltyCourt If t
nbi1% sik'd'Ct! VCl lIln: cloth, silk, satin, and 1,1:1IO su ece.or: to the late firm of U. A. Pi"lson & Cu., at I ti BIlle and Bclc! Cloth, la.II'1Silk; and F'aiiyelvets .11m discharge from the adml1struon or t'

\1h1 fit4Id mal's\ill. I Y Sls. Goats luir CullhletlCJm.I his old and wel1 known Iantl, on JeIli.rson.tree;, \ ,1'all Paacl'lls: 4. FI 'Ir"S, 1.riiIed Sill, Blarka.in NOTICE. 'Vioughby Wlliteh lst, deceased. te

\" and \'i a1pc' ',-lndian ItulJuer over coals,p opposite) thb Store of .\Ir. Oorsey, where he hrc'ci\', S EII.II-h: : .ilk str.ljI'd: (lil, BIlI1', Ch.\lIicc, Valen- six. weeks after late I shall apply to the Judge SARAH

J..wlcoals 'Vral'i'i.'rs 0\111 IV.cins.; : in a fresh suppy) ria, \1erilln 1 a mid ."Itllc I I most approved pallt'rns} that the County Court for the Comity of Gadsden,: Dcc J9th, 1935 19GmADMNIS'Ii'ORNOTjC'WIJTElRs

'" .' Also, a full sUl'plr of Silk and Furrc} I ufWXN .Il1m 1 QQ g arc to uc fOlllld illlhHI the latest import.1Iions. Also, t Letters of Ad 'inislrtion on the state of Elijah

IIA rs-CAPs, &c. Iame d" Fine Lincn hirts 'V. Sweat dceascd. H. SEABROOK.Dc'c. .
clf II' Fa..hiullahlt.uperfinc t ortmrnt : \Vlllte & I ted JOSEiH MONTHS
fro
COllsisting a splendid l"SUTllncllt this date I
:: His dr'ths were ill\/rtt't\ t I'Will thc \Vctern part: of Flallel dU do. Drawcrs, Stocks. C loves. Silk haul.rCVlItCIS 19th 1835 GX n shan Plet
SV CLO I'IIl 'Ind YIIXG:5 1 1.6w
'ASI\IEHS: account of the
1 EngianJ l. find lie will warrant: them to uc; (.quallO nnyIm"I 1I'i UI.\'k -ilk Cravats G Elastic dministrlion estate or McG
: of great variety of coloi'Frs lIId s yle! togt-tliet with} .11\1 Susl'cnder3 [ ; i d dec. to the COUD.y Court of
them G. H. & T. E. LINDENBERGEIt y Leon .
1I. t., this marlct, he will itS() warnmt to :ilk, COUOII. anti \'orte1 I Ilo FincHI'n'I' : arc and apJIl
of F' A N C Y Alt i'lCLEStoccs icIT.Gclltlclllen's : ue ,
ft 'umplrte SSOtl1lCllt discharged therel''Om. F. B.
lIe tre..h, as thl'Y) Wre purdusld immcdiat'ly on thc : of thc J/'lTS, SHin BI't\'cr; dol, Yllilth's Satin Bc.vI'r .,.: receiving per schr. Chase, from Balthiorc, and dailycxpcctil WHITING.adll11.
lalc Cravats Glu\'e" St. Marks
ft', i vat I fn"ll Li\'cqu'ol, andc IHlyJ I I styli' lIplI- other vessels uf ) Sept. 6, 1835. 7-im
art C\flllf'IHet onsIUI Linen d"I ), 1.'lIr Seal ( a1L-., l1I'relas; Hnrl al tide! by a general assortment
d Ures Frunts Cdias every :
J t,V V not il\jllp'.1 hy lf lI' .:l 1ttiid. lIe has in his employ- ers, and 1Iosery,I wllich is u1..eued for a Genll'mln's fI'lIfil. GOOD, cnsslin, ) (fGroccrics, rJIY Goods, Slices. -
1Jandkcrc1iicf I
.4 i r. 11I'lIt the LJct of worluncnlUd he win make up P unce -, 4-c. s.c.Likevisc of Faslilitnable! and .. U. 1i \\ uult, ahn Ilftify I hat tlilrill the past SlImnll'r Crekery \Vat.r:, IIanJwarc, Farming Utensils, m.c' STORAGI AT ST. MARX

'M t wot1( ill the bc.t m.\lmer and at tIme fhorlf'sl OtiCC.-- d urable a general sortmenl I.c hi's IJc"1I c-.aed: i in manl\li'llrJrill t the a"arlidl's "\'( &e. All of tviiicli they otrC1' for sale low for Cash orcounlry THE subscriber trn'ving rented that large and,
i All Inters f\'elm ihe punctually altcndcd to lousV uehouse
cnUIlty ivsignc I :'rtictiinr.y 1"11' this I, which formerfy
1? E.I D V..7hI. DE Cl..OTIIl.yr. 1' 111:11' (t. Irorul' occupied
it' \t Nov. 2Ist, 1 1S35 15-tf l IiiI'; dll : 13-tf Jut.lge Crafle takes his opportunity of
', r __ __ __ ___ ___ Consi..ling- Over ( oats, Cloth auth Goals Hairramblct apllns ulllllhrahallty, arc not lit) be MirpasH'dh _.._ :iv. jil friends md the iDf Q
Cluaks J ) andF'rOl'k Coat ( 'oaLes :' a.\) ill this c"li"l1 of.'i tutu rv ; and ai the \ irk 11Iwcli ,\:i puul cgenerally, thatall! goodl"
ress OTJCE.TIE .
.i\lINIS'rJlA'rOH'S NOTICE with him
shall have his
strictest
V J. Panaloons! and Vests, of alml.-.t every :y.c t i lIlall.: IIi' tilldl'r his uwn iIlSl'ctioll), lie can wilhs"m. I attention) and tt r
1. 1. Six llIoI111a atier date we xviiI apply lo he Judge goods and faslllon Ab..u Linen and COllln &b, ., degree 0 1 r rllll fidemice, rtC'OI1I1I1C mid t!I" !;lime t I UXDEHSfGXED J'avin' ; purchased the en- orders will be attwded to with prompttleaa and.

\ ,o1 rtlll County Court of Lcon County fir a di I- l"ett hlrs, Drawers, 4-c. &(. I those whu "I isil 1O 1'lIIrh.uc; a I;;rt rat C au iTc.;: I lie I 1 : wtrc t of :.htGricon Emory m the Ierchanti.e pJtch. 18 EOWIS W. DORSy

a 'H, ('.harg-l' t IhllJl the ndnJlllislration of tile estate oftif The $l1Lcrihcr having on hand a largt' :n.l'JI \Vlluld( IIIC"C Iylld that Iii$ CI"lh.'I :ttm : ;t II I ( latihmcnt: cunductcd under thc firm of Bet April 3G-tf
illlll\cdially; ij'om the I JmprJrlCr alld I' 1 lull Emory I ii I-' place, not I ties hi is ft mends and
"'m. Uall lice. late ut'said county' l laid in stock of Goods, wia guaranec: to fllrtli h are Will tl:. 1.\ H PuNticTrI'L1OSE -
that he i is
.
est I'rils. rU"flrs, receiving a general assort
10W
those who m'Itel fa\'lIr him wit II their Chtllm ;
V pI' J. c. HALL, with article line. the loWest Tall.lhassl'e Orll'er, .:;. : I ment 01 G'ods cectcllly himself wit h care in Boon :: who ftr : interested in the
in Ills 12. 1 settle
lerUh I
lln on 12tf
,
t i
HALL _. .. .. .. .... .
'\ ... I I New York and
.' '--'- -- -- ftrers the 01 the estate 'Cant. E.
Ha.lmlre
e fOJ" 'a..11 or pro ,.. r..Iymenr, and humhly sullrlls, ashe : : --'- --- same White, detehecl laic
Vi::1:' 1duir's. hopes ro meril, a gCfWWUS "harc 01.. paIIlOn:1g' HO'A.D'S TO IC )lIX rUltE, at rCclce.d pri 'es :1 reail, at die stand OCCUpifd by of Jef1eron comity, are informed that shall \'Lr

., T11bht ser, 18th Sept. IS35. G.tfJ Tallahassee, October 1M, IS:;. 1-lf AND thl' c fln. ALSO- as 1-xecutor ns Sliun as S00I1.83 I get to F1orr; alii

IAs the subscriber keeps constantly in his etn- .'lllli Co. lit'e Pills.I'S / Expected daily per brig harmony," direct from that every thing roo nlrctcd with his .iebts If' COG. i I
J' V sj; V EXECUTOR'S NOTICKf "f thc Liverpool, on .'ulI.ill( l I tracts, shall be mitt nded
ploy steady and first rate werlcmcn, lie \\111 COIl5'f'flU'nce( IiilliI(11)&IS attempt< tn palm 11 to promptly, aid without
f IX months Llfler date I shall account guaiaitt'C :m t'll. hammercil I RON I the
prcscnt my to execute all orders at the hollest : IItls imilatiolls of Itc.vallcl's"ltuJle: l Iedi-: I\'gMd to delay which the laws permit la Ih
L.__ nrtl vCluchelS for final settlement, and apply to: IIlcst durable and fashionrblctyle.. It hALsEY cities 011 public-hc has dctl.Tlllillrd to cOllfi.c! the : o Cia "S EarthernVAI1E I I mean ti lie, all papers filed with 1'1 aj. J. D.fdwlInIa,
V the 1Iot. Judge l f the County Court of Leon Co. sales 'xl'lu..i\ly 'o Ugimts ill diIltrciit 1'.11 1.1' the JI) (PCe: COTTON BAGGING 1 I i WIll IJe cosidered a ul attended tOy as the eJi .

li'r :1cli-r\larl fror the Executorship of the E tate III CPUIII Iy, frurtl wh')1IIJlrc tu g..ltIine articlclJ car be 1(20ak( Li..rpull ground S \ 1.1', I I.f of1hc case may rcq1. ire. JOSEPH \VBl1't -I
of Julin IL Caw1.bt 1 dercl. imati \lHlto which he otkrs at whubalc to Merchants at I
} : gnu. I IIH'.l1Iorc el1l't'tllally ugaint I tlac ill1I'o or near.I : named us one ofthc Execnujri
Flt.CIS EPPES, Ex'r. I !:IflhlS .ti 1tltluthon: "cII/Jers ; he has in..lrllc.u ti! I XeYork prices J\n.2tfI83G. 214\v

., I Aiiut2 2.6m his a nls III list in, XIW \jrk, Phil clpliia, alllII I I Cotln pllha"cd ns tiiial.'I'JIRUTT. V5 .
I.. ---- nlillwrl':t tfl11.w.ke lW salts 10 .'ra1/ts and IlUIl/ I BETTOX. I PRO :LA lATJOX! !!

Storing & Shipping of Cotton. I i allY (fllre Jletllf: 10 bc r..flYrtt'S///i..mtr /0)'. SL'C (tgii n ''r/: Tailahassc( Oct If l : Hff I!I By tile V 101tTnor of Florida.

V 1fT 1 liu 4. Tlj'HGE will attend to Storing and -. '.; --S 5 Lal( g' ('I.wt IlleS ota pl rI II CIU II! arta'ic In lllil.dtlUlI; If: ; DY PEP IA)I( J I 'ER-ur '.Ht'L\- IROOPS tU.o" [Hued amid areeably to the

V I J:1l. hippin: CotlUll-they will also advance on I t thc :cnlll'e: 31 lix'.llI'e have bCCtlll1:1l1Uf..lctul cd I 1.Ln : J. I'. PtTr l'Jlt or /'lyid'ica' e. ; .it lately en.\cter I fir raising tt suffiCIent forte fer IT

I, (4bI'Icntrutesl to tlleir care for shipment to any ('ius S, C"III"tuck & Co of XW Yerrl\, nnll :\c.o' t.'u:; : didlr, Wll", li'l' e\cral years, has; (! ,1 d his ( nil rc the field, SIX huiidr d are declared lo be

It:. mUKtt: in the United States 01' elsewhere ; and will &4 jIt1 1.J11" for !ie. The lIame "fRf.I.clIl7ld instead of HI'w:11I01 I aunt li:: ii) tIle treatment of C,IQJlr "r i::rctcrfe dis1.1" : SIX mouths, or Ulltll discharged. Volunteers rcqul"edSl.
I':, p'w'hase' at either their Stores ill Tallahassee or St.Ii" I, i. 011 tI.e bOllles of the il1litation. 1'1.(' ltille ,\"( : : succeeded! j I and if Le 5.letred
(:I : ly hcnlat: .waly.l at. ; they ::111 lIl1tained.lls Kia
l\1.nloj. Oct. 4th. 1934. (Slf) article be ha.ll1f time follow ::, ill iorflmiti syi"lle carnesdy
1HtY "
-'d Le the
& f L '- p'rsomii .11' nc i: : lllbratlnl fr'la M.n'ral : h may case, they \\ia be placed unsCoim1.aii
Ii" _V -- V ,c' tile only .1gOlh in this part of Florlllol and Ce"ria.Eo mate' tfftl.lt Innl'IIJ ,y) it h".I II las gi\1 the :I i. I ; L5-ers o. their own. choo ing!I-Captains
.
: [TIlE.\SUHJo NOTICE.TRE.JTURL'R'S p47.A ..- B, PCI kins, GCllcral tlent, Tallah.\ tt''Villiam 111.1(: i 'I11 1: t"ral'll et Ilep.itica ; whic' IllS :.. anti Lieutenants ..r _e.', 1'11p.m', (or IlyoeD' ) "ill L 1)1II
Kerr & Cf. Thl.mas\'il1e pruvcml I 1M; more e I I IIn I
l'fCft
: OFFICE, any remedy icictofore by the Con. xmics ICcctlvdy. a been aelective -
TAl.LAIIAS'EFIarch:, 81h, 1835. S FULL supply of Landrctlms' siipcrioi arde U, Jimes C. Ecdes, Qimiucy', !: \'('! Illlg thr.M: ,1Mrc malaui" I Imild i miiiontd after otic e ofan electi2 I' Ttorce

//L r na'tp't"st'.I l lsl.\\'CmLer, 129itis proB herb muid flowersecdsjust rcccivel) aiml 'varr mIt:iI I\err & SllIIges, St .\Iarl, :\d tOfi.;! which arc Irallr cllprc.l) ndc I.1 thus organiscd will lie required to rec.ed

vhlt'd ttatnll Il'tI.LfXeCUtCd hy Auctioneers fresh ; ly k. [1. PEli.1 14NS. 1'laoOlI: Alexander! lIick..town, tier tlo SW.'I termms (r rEP5\\ mind LIVER.CU ml.i I. assigned place 01 re Idczvous \\Lere selecuOb IU"e.IlC. !
.I':/' I 1., r'tnlc,1 Lv f lie J IIdc Cf thc CO'Jllty ConrtE _-! i'th; 1t5. ot- I I );mriris \\ IlIli\nts.x Co.. \.I lontiecJloilllollll '.. ..Ilke\hC un almost certain Cure f fur ci 0- 1 i be made for the bigl.er grade of Officersto a cornu
t''s I ( I.tlt4iflImt (1 rhe Si-i .
4Ftlsmn
ufthe : \licJasonl\ iAIi'm
:' T.rt'asurer Territory ofFlori an" that I X ks ) FS. the
vct at ter tiate I Regiments.
I ; a h1IiIlc t i.mi v I I I t itadt :tI TIll" lab l of I-S.. B. l'crkllls : tilt
vJ. Auctlonoers WIll Lie on all time i syIPIIutI,2ls: of IvspepsaandLiver-cor
:
shall quarterly in each commcni the li n'tintlc the .1 uuLtles : n. 'rhe
yeas udgf ft I ho Lniui ('IIuri t V .1.1 ,. required nurriberappcaringwillbe oruiatd
1.liar. .
y < .11 "
Citn the 1St of J transmit the TrcasurerUII.II' of "\\1'11'< Itult: art Ilanthcmn'v. sourness t or LUlin in the I
the Gadsdei
f'.r Letters into
Uhl.lry county of A4l11iimii,1t Regiments be
an under suitable
a' '''Ion 1'aIIt ':":Cl", Jllly 7lh, 1 lin7. ..1.3tf1'OTIGI II4rh, iticianehmoly', I irritability, sto placed CJ1IitID.ods.
,
oath} twu b. t'rOIe; Judge ur-all the ofElias chsngrecabll taste in tlu m It ,,
estate
a copy : arnes, late of said 5-5VV ho ever
ti mouth 1\ number than is aa1c
:::= __ greater
etiinty Cccast'd. -
; of 1
_
.
i _
sale l clTccte VVVS grl 1lrreularly appetite, is
l. him
,
: by with the nmount and at what [)ie. 2Gt'i' tithes \hirh some. for should appear, tl ey will be reeeied.
V time lUlll place, and for whom thc madt.1'ow voraciotis tlll "t oilier times ddi, icnt But irthe
same was -
great ; number called for be
1 kie City hotel. IX \\ EEInncr dam I shill thirst, feid ,breath, nausea, weak not forthcom fI thc
\ll.\uctiolleen. ( ,
MC required to take notice ofai.ll.1w S apl'ly to tile tin U- If slomach deficiency must be : upplied and
:.' ." : au'. conf..rlllto it, or Suits upon their Brm sU SHALL, after ilic 2-hi just. tctmuicniy (I" iiof -, Ira II. tic .Iudg" 01 thc C"UIII y 1Lit-L of Jt:1l I.sum .- I HId. time I( rlrtalolls.pall'lt"lnn I clrwsillt3"S, ircgularii.t'I lhaft uy Ctlmmanrliug Officers through in their requisition respecl re
mUi lie JlhoHtuteJ. tlf the Courts this Lu be cuntimmued 1.1I1Iy rlr; kll. IS III' ilhIIIIItjILftIftit tltc I \ > presure (I time stomadl meals
.JudKeli County are proJrty as a I Intel ititilt I- 1111 c t.ttc the afer Cou ties. It is cal lesdv hoped, thatthi3
U requ'.to.1 \\ ithout 111'1 IY, to Iiln"\. opcrly c.crtified the sole conduct and inanigerntmt if Mr. I loitilmi ut Jerclllla:1: Drcw, late ut slId 1'lIllllty dcreise dItA lain I hc"d. : !, dl77llh.S Ilr .vertigo ; confusion ofl lint Lecome resortnll1
pl l 1I11L :ul"I... ..,, ,,1. d.. I..c. .". .L..._ necessal.v, anJ- n_ LhH---_ _Lhp u_ nlln't _UkM._ for.,
" V .unJ .uppru\'cJ, HIC U'uHls HI t\urUmleus in their .O Si4 Hudson. 11 I O.\1AS Ba\V.N. : -.; 11 LL lflUV.; illl lie I .. IICII""y, a n\\in! to repel invasior. ar d agsrcssiODJ will 1---promptly
.beS-lln. CHARLES AUSTI Jan. 6 1336. lkiitiecIIiD&j6 I :;j. 20 6wA stnml'h1" I j'IIP: cliliIlCS! at1 ction ;1 I
-- --- ) ( pcar t. del nd the C .
: _ __ --- -- siII t. and I'cario pai", uumr)
_..VVfl! tn TreasaIerofth4 Territory of Florida.: 'l'AX COKLlUTOli'S SAI4E.I ill C1RI J). latigmior, cist 1111'11 I 1.lI; c'old 1 wcalnc'2t and .s hiiiitbm, in tile, tic I nc Soldiers who voIu Itecr, must dEl so, undersnexpcctamon -
U'l'IVE. SHALL sale mur that the uutic ; required of them are rigidly Q
c.osc at on the flist \1tiiJ.iy JO1I I b11. unc.lsil'SS ID time caugli, ill the side 01 lie
Six 'months 1ay next, at tlit Court I Ivtist iloos iii the I'ol BEAI4E. breast, &c. S p.1n performed. i desertion-no disobedience or.

V rtt.'r dale I will tppl.v to the hone Q.uiiicy, rart (it tlii t Va I iat lle l's. et f t.a k m u IIas .ll/u.IIY! I/t l.all', ,l1"'t..tu iiurima.'t Till alo\1 "Il/mlits lead to neglect ofdhmty cur ir will ue tolerlte; all who em
h1e J olaJic
titl.
of
01 the Cftlrmty COllrt of Leon Idli'ctions til lark UHrst bear in mind I1ndim.
Cuuntv Forbes' Purrlisc, lvimt '.im the w.ii. r .1 ml ml ILLS 5ffliWh, hH'r, alld r that they have high
to he lI..cltuged: from the administration of Itie : prac.lte III th Cuurt 01 appeal' ; and the IIC.II terllilatillg II Urn1 sy,'oiiA portu lit trusts tu disc Imre and these
i ComGtrt Cii .iiid ti"I' ttIUSLbepeTM111cd.
Rocky ( ( t ( C1&( ls, Iii V V' Slll'cJjIJr Court-. uf "It 1 ', y, &c. according h, the
cStal; or atl1uellJr.\trI! dtcemscii, late of said ( o.V between the A 1aiacikolj) aitil Little It ies s ; isnuch tV't !"iulllh. -\1\ the 1I\llhlle Oitrict uf its, .) l sex,pI'iI\tll11 er.lunllt of the cimate, hau The vicious UI i.J the bam, if any such prfltLhemsclvcs

f\HB1ty.\Nadtl1r'lx. of it vitlt the itnpri'vemnciits, Vts vitI he siit'aICis- -5-----: t4 lt_.5._ _I lit_ It_( __ I Prtprtl by J. P. PETEIlS, J. D"llltien., callnut I.t permitted to dtiadethe( ch3aicr (.

.V' 'r- aiiln.ssce!: 18th Sept. 135. G..tf to satisfy time Countytl'.txis du ilercon the ylVut- .1\TIf'I. & .v ,'. I ll\'cltr ill s.le .uronriclol'. ._- lJIlcdgevil( IIf the arlllY IJy prurtisin! excesses; or indulging
ill nil y course not wi rr.wted by the rules and arucles
'Icrlllcellllunureu allu thlltY-I1\'C, II s' ilia l'.ls ;
: IIIj..uIt r 'III'-'U'cl'ibcr rcspcctlUJ.y infurms the I 1st mol iCls.- 11'rm! ertiflc-a te3 milm t ue ud I a.. established thV U
V EitLAM DRUGS WINES and charges; ticing leturIlC'c by the ASiCSSOr f'r ilid thai public relative to the by : States, for thegovel'nmcntoi
V County us unlisted ; ami the pr"jcltYl t C.II! ,' Iltdl' IIC wIll have the U .1 1 W I: hy these extraordinary curls'pCI'ornl( th. arlllY.

'ttrgical Instruments, 9.C. ell, Pelcr Iilclllll.. Julll: C.i ii tat 14.111, Tholll"S I \', mil iyje i- UJ.J I th.' thoroughly, 1l.'Jau nt a.lll Jltll'lt lip we using to satkfy flil'ire time minds; Lit the l lOin arc though ; Colonels of Reginu nts agreeably to the requirements
i ot
.hAVE Da\'id B. O.dl I U. It. 'C Il"jIlI"1J f iIioe Wllu arc ivilimig tu Hr"flie sulci.'lt most skeptical : oflheact, will C luse dn madp.lor .011111-
J .just received JiJII( Od..IIIIa.. Jmrvi- I' appcaltnbe
: t. a supply of fresh y lu.1I
I VI'
Jams
Ewe
V by .Ic tenth !! I
UruI\h.dlr.mcs! amid Chcmic31s. John 1'1 llareen, Andrew S: 0.\11', Joseph \1. V\ Iwe, sell ollcnIIII m IIcxt. He ''Ic&tge Itlm- :, PnJ& 'ulror oj lht MedIcal Compan. Icers, and to regis.te: nil 'vito are dficienl and aldcbo-
Pure ., thaI enl :it IltJUU shall b jolt, 0" .
a',, .\.lii:11\1 Chrislie. } paid tilr the accoiziindauuii l'lysicllm.EWORLEANS ulcd' anti ifa.mtiicimtnumber do not come I fO( ard i iI

V PORT, .I.iJiEIT.1 & .UUSC.1TELLE H"I..VE, bate to take place within leal hours. Terms Cash. ..i atit cull\'elilChcc of hi- patron'. Dec. 2\th 1831. I r voluntarily, then tlu dctficiellcy must be supplied by J
; I I hntllc! ;, ,1111 1)1 Irlt'll specially filr, tile use of the llOBI'WI': FORBES, .1.'I .A A. 1ISIJER. To whom it may concern.-'I'lmis is to certify, that J draft made upon thoe: who refuse tovoluntet?.

S *ick.Vcigaud & HuowJeu's superior AMPUTA' Tax Cullcclor GaJsdclI CUUlltj' 1'mlt1ias.ee, \0\ 20tlt. IAi5.: lj- tf have witncssed the npc'raticl of 01' Peler's .Mtlcinl The bw whic) is !now in operation, requitsth. .

TING, 'I'RF.PHINIIcG, OLSTgTR1CA1., EVE, DISSECT- Oct. 19th, I8:5.: II-td --- --- I Sfolaclcr t Itpatc in a number of very lag more, tIan that every tlldier shall be trUt.and I

IlH:, anti I'ocirr INSTRUMENTS, in cases. 1':0'1'11-; IIl. :. Dyspeptic ( LiHr-utr.ctions, of Ion standing, lil
STOMACH PI'NPS and PIPES, Silver Lancets and NOTICE.I : IL WILLIAM B. UEEEUOIlOUGII, "".1 i ill, scveIaicascsof:.... .. .the, crIiarcrneiits_ . of. the; plecn ; w hcther as V )Iunteers or Drafted Men, ..unI bI
4 : Lanc.cl Case: !;, antI N IIrt'e Tubes, .c. will sell 750 acres, in Fowl f"own Swamp 1 C 1lr A VI J G loe.lte,1 hrlitiscif in Fonda, ollirs his s'-.5.tation"o.f in" .o&' it t UIY USlollsllng. I h.t\ no he- I I required to practice IJelity: and obedience to iheirOf.
An as.rlIllllt or DRIED BEnDS from .catur county GeurgiJ-L.O -1 t I li.-ll J'n.fl st iflll." scr\'ices to the illlmlJitallls uf .'tlaramimi.t decaring the IIO.l vaziab1c prepartion t ficcrs. Thcse \uno" ue dispensed with. 1 oao.
the acres, iii tutti'.ariuua flr thosl distressing ailments that I
S\wkcrs-mlllog\ wlliclt are Lcmnn Balm nevcomIorta1i1e 1 liri IlOu.e, a heW wa.cr gum on I amid J.a'k oll coullty. Lie will ue t tund at all in hits ever CCnC with. wilibe tl endanger t le securny of the Army. BjI1c

.. }Ilysop, Mint, Sage. Sweet l\lajnram Catnep' a nevc'r failing streammi his lJ"ICt ''rum it. 1'H'al I titites wlcl1 ::1I.t J'rofl.si'' llally eiigagd, at the resl1..1 lay knowledgc. JAi\IES E\VtL1 i\1. D. laws which govern, r mutiny anti desertion. and dll"oUldlcnce
I Wilkes
lV
V: 1 twine, Ccllcry, &.c. Savory, situation arid char.lctel' of-oll is equal tll allY oIlier I \ov.IWe c t f I he lat e .\J aj. l'ov LlIttSS.28th The u'dcrsigncd can bear County 1834. I II 01 ol'ders ire such high and tllpltal O8ces en.
1 Uj, 17-dw testimony to the that Inc Governor persWldClh
IiIML JUiCE body ofland of thcJmc superior 1 I lColOaunding)
anti LEMON SVRyn eXleul, ra' of Fl.1I1 fI\'er of Dr. Petcr's
"illi
SPICES (ifeVery' Apy on the premi..e. 10 JOhN B SALJNDltS.'Iov [ efficacy the Jediein Stomchic et He j t i self: (tad earnestly h(11)CS) that the Patitfut duty .
kIl1J-Genllin INDIA CURRY. NO'1'I(51I.( latex cue otDyspepsia Liver be spared him of ; tried tr such flsoldierlike
i'iiiijsIi' IH35 15-tf In.1 1 milcs tit( BliUl'Id! Complaints i cau ii.g any 10 ue
F'reuehi", and Pn.ntis's Soaps and PcrI -- V I E Irom Iersonal expc\cllre. ,\ M. G. JOHNSON. I I acmeamto oftlu charaC
-- ---- lmpiopricties :
ftimneiMrs._._._.I:... i: .Milkr's. crltratel! NU.'F. lIa.vT III GVV1dPI1 Su- -.rV"lJPI'inr-nru- -,'-""-- --- I"1 :I..., 1'r.:- .-. ...:-.. ..-c.V....t.-!:11I1I1It"CIY"infrms. .. : _the__ OppOSltCIn public, in 15)r.parccls P's ?wi'Iedi'in h lull BtOnnchic Hcnati. -- --.. 1' ,"I' ter, with ueep r.irt". hnw& lprrtnrbCetiWLLU- .

"" ) /OJ cCIluratct I\K and I\JC tUIVUEIt'T1iERMOa.TIits = Henry Gee, Com p. \ :'bl rs. Hayward I and AlIsti"i whcre: lie 11.ls I jllst I to three parccls will dircctions for usil ?rum olle but the entertail"d belief was, that they atOp IiUIIJJ

IIYIJROMETERs, &c. \-S.Littlebury ol'ened' illI cx'nivc and choice n..sortlllcnt 'fse, TltC' necessary to complete a cure though tlcssness! and vant of k now ledge or the cquellccs.
'-"n- "ricc i 84 .
a parcel.A J
E. ll. PERKINS. 11. Jones able gOIs, ClISIStlIig of t I )ItY GOUJ Chemucy has wiped away the aI
-4 V TalIaljasee. July 9th, JS3.f. [481f] henry \V. Peeblcs IN C11&NcErtT. "ade Clotlitmig, hard \\'arc, Groceries, China, ,Hcwly Glass great quantity of the above very vauatileprepa.! I allli all arc l'edetmed. That those m idemeanors
,
ratills kept
.:; V Gabriel Smith andBenjililim alld Earthen \\ ilr ll.\ts 1 a 1111 (JpS, B tot. a mid Shoes wilL.lc E.constantly 11. on hand by charges will not arise again, a guarantee! "ill bett
:OTICE. : ) \V un., S.HIJks, a lid Bridles, T \Val'e IJnws, -c. All flf I: 'Vho PERKINS, Tallahassee, III the bravery nnd god IIItentlon 01 those ,
V en sutscrilers) having: established ltCSjOtldelIts.I which will be 'jolJ low fin- eash.Z IS auhoriscd to dis1oe of them, either tt wholesale mnrch to the fi-onticr.. to meet and repel thC U'4
nr CIGAR I
a
S. :\1\\i UI.'A Ci'OIIY in Gadsdcn T 1'1 It J.tlllJ\ l I ""...or retai,..on as- reasonable terms as they can ue foes of the Cotumtrv.Six .
within two mil's ofQu nc intend County, FlOlifIL the npprlrs from satisfictory: evidence that Tallahassee Nov. 28 IB35. ICifSI'O1&AVE Doct's. JIoi.MF.s r r- -V; V ;b months is the period service limited bJ the
): to 011 the 1)1'I:11IIalits. 1 1 l't-, hips i 'I
carry : IIt'myV. '1pweer
b..u'
'uiJll's: exietisively GabrIel Mt. f. Hut lllolore expiration ot sixtY days,
will S Druigist
tllith
; they fulfil orders and IALsLE ihe
11I'rt.t at the Belljamill 'Val'll, do tlo' : rtsid,> in SI'ORAGIl'! '! I rlthChJCwa. at.tennlll t on Lilt pan 01 the VVlUfllCacoandenec
fl'tiC j ttis S'O1tAGEtI PRIETLE
: Aiiy District
quantity from but .
reiihe
fifty 10 one hunrc.J 111 the Slatl s of AbhlIln anti PE IS eJltenai.1ed, that the campaign wlf.be
V' thOU'iolWI call Le furnished: And they 1burc LOllisialla: It 1 is till refm'c ordered I IIIL [lie)' tit, HI'I"'ilr'ueforc N additioll to his old \vare-hol1se the The followirg lre few among the niaiiy pasons that ended and! peace and quiet rtslorea to our sutieIl:

VV I ,. thCIiSC1es that thdr Cigars cannot be surpassed, if the Judge of tllC Supcrior CUlirt fur t 1111" l llcldle suhscrihcl' has reccntlycrcctcd a sliacious build have been either cuiirely cued or gre.utly ;cncfitcd honuer. The Gover lOr leels that he may itCureJlrel'o

.j :L eQu.'z1cd! hy any made JIFlondn, having ''irst rate Dislrict If 1"lolida, GalhJ"1I: County, ()'itllll iIlCh.lIccry II"-I.. 8U by d iet, fOl'rccci\'in colton and gOOdS. .within_ _. ..the,. 13Sttwcvc nlnths, hy_ the use oIDa'. Pc. ..e nfl the nUlriu.im: nnlf .n." .,.. n' ,h. ,vooieQf5VS
.! tcrills.wurklU611 front havana and thc North and ood ma- ) 011 It L cfure the first day of the It Xt Tcrlll 01 '!TI\IOTII \I'CARTY. Icrs'eUICIIJ;tomaCllc et Ueputic \\fil tit the TerritorjL'oPf: es.bis unprovoked spirtt 01

j October JOhN SMITH 4' co. said C ollrt, and allSWcr I he bill filed Lv tile (1i aim j,l.li a- St. \lark Dccemher27r1t1HJI.I I'rA Hate nfGeoria.ip1 revolt of the Indians. ''o that patriotism he lJI I

21, S3i JI.tf ,nut ill this case, oLhcrwi thc s.une will be t.I,<1I pro 1 rs. A(mcl Hicks, ''ilkjrn. II dently appials : and, t greably ,0 11w requiretDeAtoCt"ellaw

-----5---. .. nfe.n- .- .-(- E.-; '-1'0 _r.Ksn'v". ..... ...I .f.>. I 1 rs.. U Ca_ pt. James h _\Villis, del) I ., 1eiuk forth- _rt_ _1_ _PT.I'll1l1'I7. .__..#;.v.". .Ihdt__. _1111 n 1111.
V '.J1Ic11) Cash Store. Uec. 19lh, H35 194nN01'ICE, lol \\ F. lonl, do I be informed.
i 1'1" illiormed
puhlic ore Wayne \V. Edan .
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fiulJscnber : Esq. Lnuc J GIVEN un er under hand at Talla.L.
TUg t./ffcrs for sale low for -- Iltfl Linc iSki Alien my
CASH only, : : regular Bryan Esq. dol S. ha ,beh
V (: variety of { see, of JaD.l8JG.
new Fashionable and Stdllc IS I1ER''BY .. has (hccn tahlaslll'd Col. John \V. Portcr,
GIVE! that ------S_ V ) 1\lorgrs
Goods. ills Itock of Goods been 1'lizaheth S. Ou Punt, gC.i SanfrJ } JNO. H. EA' ON
'on the most advantageous terms having he purchased I. willow ofCorn.liu' C. Du 1'OIll, d-cascd" \\ ill "pply, bclCLiI 'l'.lIalalssee and! Jacksonville vii u'VmIIiiccSi1i1mgs CIIUpIoll, Esq, JOfcSt Gornor and Commander of
is Alexander
V lie can tuake it the interest of planters; and confident that at the JUl1uary Term of the GaJsdclI Coullty Court ; leaving '1'1ilhtIiasce every \llInJay nimmrn.ing Co Gen. Irvin, Esq. 'Vasl'lton' 1 the Militia of 1'loridJ.

give him a call. lIe would others, to for a writ Allotll1erat uf D.Icr, to usmii 1a.'I' dower alld arriving at Jacl\s'nville tJn SalllrJ.ly-t'rom 'Ir'h \Iathc\\s, Gree Jan. 16th, 1836. 23, _
V tention of the Ladies of Tr.llahusl'e particularly call the atII in the estate of s4jd decc'aseJ. Creditors If the estate whence tr.l\'cllcrs to the North will filld I'.ady CU.veyance IH, 18'\5. ::10tf INOTICE. I BlaaachuI'CJ & Rider,
and I
: V the great ,'aricty of&tegant and fashionable vicinity, to are also notified lO pre ent tllcir eolands to her ns tlc to St. Augustine by '.lges, amltf.IlIlIah I vs 5

V 'hich he offers fur alc, as well 8S the planters articles who, administratrix. uy the Steamboat. Fare. tlm cat-I. 'v'v 23 00. V lIE StockliuIdcrs of the Union Ba.skiFiorida I Ogrcsuy. NOTICE is herbel gii i

'vlu1d d ) well to emlrracc this opportunity of _Gad&den County. Dec. J1th, 1835 19-9w Jan.25, IH3j. [25tq JAS. M. HAIUlIS. are rcqt'ested tn mlct on the first i'day in I to all persons interested that the above suit has bee!

: ing tiernselvcs$ with Negro Clothing and Staple supply Goods rt'I'HE subscriber has now _- F'Lruary next, ut their [anking (louise, ii4 city if commenced by attdchmc nc on the following ,rP1'
opened and oOers 'I'n1l.iliasec
at ul\'emcly low r t.e8. C. C. WtL1AME. sale at his store in iaUahassee a for NEW GOODS to dC't sev n dirc'ctors 1r 'I} nsuing levicd on as bel"nging L. Elihu Oglesby, viz: I Carl
-- December 51h, 1835. 17ttI general assortment Ylar" JOHN PAHKUILLt"Utr( J yoke of Oxen COED
II 1 Horse Saddle j
of and BricJJc.
the
V goods
prices ofwt'ich will t,e R. S. MILLER has just received a conplcte Slur r. 15.
N. B. J wish) it re'iilated -
20
[
ue 26.1 amid
i : to distinctly understood I Calves and ; of Lund in township"
V 'will that I by the market. J hey will be stud on JibC'ral of'TAI'LE & FANCY QQXlq, which(' tl on.cig'itIi ,
I. V'V on n credit ofJ 2 months. c. C. ,VA term both as to price and time of plyrnent.fer- will sell low for Cash, Colton or applO\'e.j credit.Tallahassee HE P4\Rh1sAi. 1 range .16 ortl1 and Eas, being the West half quarter

DlUlr\l:3l'RA TOR'S SALE. chants in the interior can be supplied with u'Jrls 10 October :n.t, 1t35. 12.tf JUS I'receivt-Sims Ih.Partisan, Revolu! y tale section even. %VIT. J. HUlflt:1t.l' .

p V sold 10 thehigfteit bidder finish their assortments on resonuhle terms. The I .n. author of Guy Rivers and tNeras- pr. 12 18:15.: 13-13' for pj510dftI _
1II7ILL.bc -
anu\ry 30, at the late rcsuJence, Saturday or Elijah subscriber feels bound publicly to state the 01 ligon NOTICE. I see.from real.& le lile-Marion enamclers and incidents are lraw JASSC1sst Al.J OoStH.LA t4AYV !
V 'V. Sweat tion he is under to the planters and citizens : Samter Green, u'iJI be lION COM PAc: Y' annualmteuIIo
a variety of UouseholJ and Kitchen Fur- uf Ih- IX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Bonorahle as the -
,4 V niture-8ix 01' seven hundred bU8hels of Corn-Se\'e_ community, for their liberal patronag-f he hope S the County Court of Leon County, for Let.i.rs laid reognised in South Carolina leading characters. .1'. ene is tIle s.tockLolders Ci' trna c( mpany will take J1aec:

:c ''rnl thouulltJ weid.t 01.. Dlades-Four or five work that renewed exertion to meet the wanli of Ibis I Admil1i.ltrlltion on the EstateofJoiIN T. J OIUJ. nod of the revolution., during the most I Ig pe- Saturday the 25th day oj Jan. at 19 o'clock M.lt

: Horses, and one Colt. JNO. TATUM Adm'r. growing country will find a reciprocal di"posuion SON, late ufsaid County. eeem-cd. library ofevery This book shol I 1 the .: SocIety at Wnsscissa. } general attendance IS .
V i Jzul.9 1,1636. 23-3w on the part of its citizens. CATHARINE JOHNSON, of one who takes pride in It ievements quested as nul.t.ters of JDj ortance will be.ubmitud II t

1 : ,. Nxrr. 21 Itf GEORGE L\NMAN. August 1 51-Gm J sou1. our gaUant sires at a time which men's the stockholderL F. MACRAE Be'e!.
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