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

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unUl themselves unterthc $

E fltVba for the purpose' olIiahp f Ip 1I'be '
& Alancr, 4 SciCmbEr Ii. bet uT tirreivfjiiter-
11I1 rcact'y
f tOf fr Mark*, a Gmef? and(l7l4pivritiofl r.st to the speetator during the st 5s7on.unfil yestcrl -

} "i' Their boildings being lartc lo the en-h| ga.Heries were crowded with The

trfltnndIaudIci? jIkC1 prvpoS'ood.aueiiuiiiff and Cotton, lo ; ___ ; : fiV; arid bn\\nmfashionables\\ or the nne side; and

such attention T7 tt1CSOVerigpEI)71ta ? 4th iuihci ti) har'p ch
LhCflSlVCS 10 pay f'LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE.tl \ from Western Orator/
1iith I hey jiletIgc 10 a liberal sl.nrc. of patronage _. -_-______ : : ___ thegreiit It wan known
zt (Mti&1L& theirl an. P" t is nt" the Tern oiy, and U3' ? _&. ---w___- S -__-_ I It over the Cityur: the roorwinjf. that Mr. CLAY

fttmi iM lit Ucorf-.a.. '* lu>ir C 'ill TAtU'! Wi ,_i. I1It.flt1ei11u.ufl udI1cejgJ..ant.j. .iill, and the infer-

c2bt"1 cIIRILICb c.ish 0 pnJufc. Asllu y >!! ciidcavt i t:_ I1A8 7Zt1 t'ncev\y clear ll nt 1 le{ would accompany it with

bc :d 1"I1id Ius CtiSL supplY ol.oicc and infc- F F) .OIUDAbAI' ROAD -a speech. ,Hence thc.galleries .verc filled at 'an

kcip nr G1OCCI1CS fl $ ('1iviiflS of -vc.y. Ti iCKIshcntjy-gtvcn, tint a COMPM mcciin oY x the APALACHl.OLA. I\ NOTICE.Snhsriihir early l-ouf hi'a perfecl jam. Oh! the richness and ;

riOt 4( rchnitS ind Plantcrs wig bn.l KkluiMrrsi .f the East intl.>dy HEKBT Ci.ATsvotce. How
.1Wh1Y ,Florida Rail Ryi.l Com Extensive Sale of Towii Lots in nE returns his sinrorc thanks many has
km1iti)41 'I 1 heir Mine it IMAV to jpj.Iri.iik
ii I t 'I' il
I fly, (: etI fin I lie fir 1 J not clinrmed delighted pirated! And
,rtLIY to ll'tirlHlclsjoii.N r.LMU rrAciiv, ..- ;- .. AI"ndny nl t JTehmary, and tht puolic iit iernL f>.- the JiU rjlencnXrajiL.uK'iit I bow
> ( .u {{ o rlo. .t p. M nt An. | Coiiini--uf.il \\haif Apj .alachicola. 3 he has rremcd s-nn-ir Jias l many who have listened to its melody and rithnc.Hs
ort \v1. :MANK1J. Hi i he City of U sum, jo choose: Oin-rtois/r lliis; nXiciand solicits ;rn iu lut'iliicr Hall with
the year u run 'mu.uc ofifirir Congress, delight and mUmiration .
fHIHEwhole patr-.l-
Purrhast ;
tiiMun *, ii cay! to'tfic .V I tBici oi'L.ud i-allnl Forks'? : flfl .
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nc.ipn inn. '' jit rrttriiI Niv'iik smut are noivgathered Lii ttelr liters? Alas
q JL imviin tin Li about T\V Xlll |] %3' 4
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HUMJlllIt
flnston SA\l'fjS LEWI. Pie'idcrit. THOUSAND A'MIKS; ; '{ rrrejveI. { v. lui I.: SonirrsCU ihri'Ci from t'utt! j FILtC.-, -.* ail ting! avurlhly are perishable.! The profound
Nov. M-u.md Ali.l.ih.MOI| ,
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as.virlm.-nl .f fall 0.1| \\in-
qE: trd..i.ifle( .S tlu" nreIt- 8tUrney tosccilur wti) the Toxin 01 AlTALA< [incLA L( .. fiOjDr:, conis'i'ij staies-nit'ii, tfic plain! conunon sere man, the pay
II-' 1. I ( G&pL.t i" J "iirs XL rB l ;c.r'i vett.io1e1 NKW CfJOTHING ST. RE. und the aiij.ici.ijr I Ulaiids in the CJulj-hol .M i xic., liu1ving f -'ir f | .v.inu A..i.-!' % to \\i j : hi'lfcs! ;and Hi'sliionabfe! mntrons'Wia have ?o otlen

,ierP lur *5i* *.I. E .JiuiuiS I ncis ot/l. viz: 'FIlE St1fcrlIj r bajn reliteil ti sLnrn farmeily [been xis.id in the suNscitlx i.-. .ii trustees by 'M," r i !,-i 1 lil.ck, {: i t, '. ind .i.iil.'i.! Irui Vi-tried captive by the voice an1 l matchless eloqittnce -
> L i i't see. li V L > u-i 1ist, con.n I1'c nrenbIi d I) III( \esr andlor all Cs,'
'. jnl ) $ Lintknbir1cas ntIjonii tlic Hie use uf all j the .rriei oi s. > of HEWRY CLAY, and ivio have not yet,
iO '. 4kict I.e.H ot ft. .1 Ii ackle Niitkc is I o ,I. 'ibk| | mdl'd i :.I'.si1trec; <>f u.fcnnt !
;' Iris iI hereby riven iJiai the2.JJ COOUiS.t' hat
npcriiI rr t 0:1 Tuesday, iT-Mie to ( "iMiurne from whenue: no iravellcrre-
1 f N W i .'f ?' < C, 1 S of U I .>, Eas: >, I ic .,i IAD'V At.f day of lirjTnciiooii' I I a .>.>nii'-n. ofMir-r-; aniitsI "
I -- CLO1'IIING February next at lO o'clock in
IM will
1 iii, turns, soon hear tint voice arid Le charmed
.. .ji1, I II 1xvhi.li hct-i!>r< !nili-.gc '. !iowiU rail I nnd examine Uio Dhectqrs of ttig Apa.ach.colj L-uid C.i >. > I i.vi-s-i.' % f 'ovfi ,,-j -, L'.nsx'.' anil Fustians. wiih
i'i' ui' ll :; lr..i.tcon- { .iny i i-.i that eloquence no more fore rer. Air. CLAY
'-. l G i l K-5 'or ihenisilvcs, on Uw tnasoimblc terms for cash will txposc: to sale, i| | ; auniun in, tuc I'uxrji r.-nc'i: aIC. A.IU-.IIMI: i'rinis.
Paii'tc.lIn-!ins. Iui u:, ctliniiulo "ihc sear arid yelhw leal" of Iic! .
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ol iias U.i.tlkirh'efsnrd.mil
.. %" II. H L>EV.: Apalachicola, iic! LJoiidm Lots in liCe s.u d ti -
L i" t. c .di ix t d M-r 'fd trits nf land nnroninin- > axrcchldy toai-uiliiicii piai[ ii.cicoi to be u.hibruluuihc : vxy Suiter, i- 1'.in l ,<-rtes.- LU.uIiIiLr- ---------J><*: ii.- --;..m'-.-.- am! ai remarked in his speech! vesferda*, will -

I ibt: ti ? IIS 'i11 Ibe 1IIdd( .t NOT E .. lime of sale. tirs.Re SIHI rclue to the j>encefuf! shaits ot -ASHLAND.Oiue .

EfI: tO r. .Vu WILSON -Sir, Having been authorised .by '1 lie terms otsdo xx ill b<* one l.wrth rash; tic rcsi'- ny! i-smlc CloiluYg &. ; Cotton B-efts. giMiciTrmt lliefcHalfe"f! Cons TCSS,, when may

jt1l ; .1.Iios. Illot :;T, a Incijit to advertise ns property to be, olJ witu dime i in llnco .nn.iiil Ih3s.tuIirhits, \\uli inieitsi attji f MI i | r s b-o.-.M b'e M hiet1. i.i.ild: .y s.nprd DomesIJui we expect "to look urx u his Kke : jpnn.

At Fhhcr' I I : 1.4'tC 1. mine, and he BOIV declineVl! otler! lor sale my Mickasooky \xhrntbr i-iyincius art: IIKI.Ua.i.l s, cn.-j. .c-. fr u.< .?i :" ; i, i.k cts.r: h.i-ivi-r, drau, and Wool'ija's. Mr. CLAT spoke yesterday \\itl thedigniiy and ;; I

T1fl PLA v i A IO.N c. nia.nin1HOO acres of inbi.ilM.ciu-. ivcu, accoidin. tt t.ic I tcd oi i'rii!.!, more L1IOIC1IILIOIItIIa1I i is usual for him. He" was
Oak and Hitkery chbckolate) soil 400 ind thicti A fe-x iic-7. 'n W.'b'boi'Hi :- Ct-b,) f-4
: ns.
acres arc t.iiv* ot .StJClatiUI a clear title fire
in Su
:- eloquent occa&ioiilr
., ) ati severe the Admin-
cleared 1111(1 ir i j mir :! Bri upon > *
'" Mate ol ultjvutiun with d- vill j
Of n.jdc..Now .
twenty jnc ;
i | h i-ni" claims itin't il l*<* rs'ntf "1A f 'nve hands.! ( oiibis lug pfrsi rate F.edcgroes I',), !;, !)Oop/15. ."'' pair Kip.'. .d i. iu ignition and its able and hcnonlfe supporters.; LV*
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vftmVGA.: ) l'i! t:. dtvf-ascd.! aic required in pn- a i arp.iirr, Ula icMnjih.aiid Shoe maucr, toffctheVxAiih -. --UE1cLA.1. ;
anthf t'ti>. ate*!, \vuhnr4l.e: nine ju01 %- ...II he ovisiousomhe p.iiN.rr Bl ink this mntiy; m.itk.s'ut confidence! esteem which
lit t t'' ''U 1t v j p pare, Plantaiioii tool 4.11Ai.i.. iJLi ia t L\VIS, ts IJr2e U > 14iulkLt'i, &c. ant
*CJI: $ d LI l.t IJI. jjj, y xvji i jj. f; K.4 liiirud.iinmo.injcwtj Thov! and \\elveorfu'tetn head ul'pod \Iuies and .::;r1h! .\l. v nl'i 1 I.. rutts.j' < :il ( '" -. : t .in.u Ja-n.uca Uuin, tl..antI: Gin. he !had rrenvcd J at the handn of lis countrymen,
i'1'1'-' .
11 i "'>tii' an fa n 'I. J-'il ; IIor-e Il the above pi.perty is not s Id b'loet1ie 'J'iic I)i (, S ut Iii Ap.il.ii Ino-I il i i.ui-t Cununy. i-.t. .1 -. ;J.is: y.'Vx-'ii.c.s, 'leas. ond he spoke leelin, y and was hirr ..eifmncli atlccled.

j 1U| ;ULI;| ..\ \, \.NNL\O, I ih ui of January at private t salt1, will then cnn ttit itlo r -Iciun t-> ..hi.ciovu auxciUa ; < '! hr l ?- -4i.lH.s,, an l Jamuci (2ol1i i'. He said he should with him .nut retirement
yM13)11"v GUILDNG.: in nt, itr .i | n'dic carry
I.11'uLHi the hand of'Mr. \\ i I h ,
:i
< Hacklev. .i..e.rim.i( 'I
= J.JIKin, i .suc.i quimK-.-, m.. -, m; ua.i'.cki, tin Cutlery Crockery, and iit> conjplainLs, no regret on his own account. Heuai
Jin lGh. 1 2.J.! vx pU J.vo. McLEMOUE. iracl oi 1.t n'J KIMUII asl'o. :'t s' I'un n .-v" l> I iti-, 11 -i! Wink., .\ lieeu honoied more than he dt-served, aiulfflil

% ( hs aTr-, (t. j.J.i I r.s, n>l Ui.Ii A; It ii.iii.... .....I).-..'ilhor- -.. -:1 imcies L. ,. ,too. iciJions.! I. to menlion. I ri* I Ii i n 11** f** ..il.I I i \ nr !iiik'i < i lr t .1.
lS LHC 1'i. the (4.flhi (b tlU' eotnily ci; j.i .I I. ..1j e.:tezid i.i.; uul.i.i M.\ .la., ut i .lulu.itc. I In tnisI1 .LII Uicdit.i-i -.11 l's i c sitiu MX* i u vA5n, or anpr.ixeJ Today hut IiU'eofinterest tvns dune m cilher

j tcI a $ Lfl oil Liii t:1te.,i: AVaii. 1 : IIu'ltI, hUtS Regular rackilsbclia-cii ist. J\larks\ J>* .V. Orleans. act lands is to j in be I'liind aonir oi die ..i.osi coUon ain.1 stiffar at. .i .vnail advance Country on the.Merchants iew York e.i t b supplied HtMiNO 1)1" CuiigTi-ss. The ScnaTt devoted some 'Jp ililIff .

sJII ( )u1av II c.tsCJ. Tlie 1 sthr. I Lady Washington Hie rfoiuiit-rri o..unry; a.-o ;tia< is oi uuiinest 'Ihc MI si-iM .r xsdi advance and prices.Cotton time lo Kxeculrvf husiuess. The nnminaII'OIH '-
2t 'v '1i.e l.iiit's' ami hip to
1( Ii c.v.eiisj.c mlatts..t| ji\u i..i lk; out.
-- .DMIMS'I'RAFOIt'S NOTICE I 1. tw.uin. and -Washington) .ts IlIi..ja 'L *V ui cx1ttim.i.; .'i. I .itsi'j k,., .1 hI: LI II Xcxvtk ur (. h.intsto.i: .-,. C. lie w ill purchase of TAMEV atiil KE.NDALL, j re before that t '

'AJ'n" Lccd-, willapjL 1 ocularly' ] thio' l.ii iIt %.-i lj'LI .n i-. iinin.s .a.ii\'. 1 nc n.ie in jjitr.ii.eis .-- Cuiio.t) .indguc, lo! In2.'ic! uiarkn pries: LJtV.( i.a.a.

lx flhi j.l'! fcr d.tr. I shifl rrt n tiyiid : T- \. ; ho .L.I.ImIi. > xiill ijc ihc s i.i.e a-> tin UK t J.Ul i ot''I 1ii.; n f I Ic. ailti a j i' jhc i' P. H. SWAIM, ai St.? Marks and ;a Srtrir.hc"! 5. IS3. 4f to thy honored with a VM"I. at the Post Cilice Do- \

ilie ( iun1V Cvtrt I Len. c.ttiiiy, Agents. < i'a.aia.sec.; The $lowni-f Ajij.alui iCi-Ii; j is SIMM cdat l i ie i'iuu.. /;:/ It.t: lJrc.iUe:it ('JtheUnaeJi Tnlcs. I" 1U.Cit, front thettL I're.MiIent am! Sir.%1 Silas! *"

or dlIAI.tr:(: 1U.U the AtIILtU .' : Ut t1 LiUi ( N. W STILLWELL, Oilcans. o! tiie rivci ol l .t- S..IIU- nanio u,. .: t. ti o. _';':, -u.i.., ; : i' .\ .\ _> Uot: lixv J, .l.\D.li. .. JACI'JN, V* right J-. Anii.erview: look i pt ice. You inny -r'
ul .1 &I j ii. C Zl ttI1LNUY Nov. 1st lb- ." J.-tl; III ihC Uill Ti ..f ... '
: i ii4t
1'.SiMMOS Sdfr.ptiU't' | .ti.M.,0 ll I* U'C ?C.lMlt| ;! .Iti t.lvtrs m I .\ HI..rei, ij. yt>.$ its purport as wrIf r. ; I. 14:.! }

IN 1.N s ( IIILIut: ti couur; Uii1.Ii.f.eIh.-, i'lnii.: '_ t.ijijia, A ; .4i .,,.u'i, t.' !... !' yd 4 I.i t *C... it i.-.uk'-I; >ownf hmmi.; a fiii.hr Mlj.v Kend.ill) Wants anoMirr! Aro-sTtrt and several 3
ll.eir; tu'u.ary siican.-i. .. .. 'i i i; / .'Igt > iu in the Yerniorv '
aiii it ioi.n i. o v.i u j ; of F.- more Cftrkin his Depirnneut. Confirm him -
-- ru I ; ii. To March Ttrm, 35Cim.irks iho.li isinn ; lou-iia ui LoiLiub: S a .it I li -.> .iI..l i. -.n1 | r-i i, n \.iuv Lt.. i.n nay ol tiarcli i.cxi, lur me ; rand
viil seewiuil he ill iloaini I I know *v
xxlili lar c 4.ii -.ri t.Iiici: .n.d f-r.il ,'isp.i>,.l i.f .he Jiil me l.i.H.i ivl.iiill UlC ll'Iiilo you : v v\otit. j
'4 IX ) ti.rti xxil! le nude totin1 Uuirc, ) : pt in.ii. :! > iii IiitLi.,. .
the fact that n;<>st ol! his Ciciks on ;:cc:>uit ol his :
Aa..aira; 'inU r.iii lui MH-ti ,
: .iiu.' > t ti.c Jin.lj 1 ;: : V I !or liUuaof I D.i tui' ur y ..oNcali I i : SMIJ! mi, jrg ti)n In.in tugS jiOii ti ivc IKL-.I if nLny i.ici.-.44.tg ii tilL: ..nt i- !> t ii i i.im! .iisti'ict, Vi2.V iiitienebS in ti.e nio-st lntii..tc ;lituiir- > 'Aell as from 'f >.

t.L: eSt.iLsiii'CC' .- P. ,l iU't fGad
Ct'.u. \v. 1 >. i 1 A 1 U U 1 5J*J.N A In iV. sens iniPic'strd, nr.1 lii-rf-by nolifif d, thit a xvjjtif. perji tr&edjO.j: ) oai. s. iTv.chi Fi4fi.I ',.i.u Lit 4 :11,1: I 2, 3, 4, .1,11: :5, ( I1.1S.. of M HUM hearty; : \ \

Utiittf J.mI-1! IS'JO.:$ 4" Cmi .i ; tfhiiH-r.i h is i 1em n s'jed nut i > ntn its x\ ..t iami Itc | Tov.i.. .iij.a 1 :',3, -1 I, .,.tI fractional dtscu ion about te! Connnittee lor *
4 J L' on ( :.i.oi, in tl4r ibuvr *--. u d ra'-o, and that thi-x' ynii 'tiLi mel n Xv nII I tow i7up .1, uf iie) pcliunu tneharterinj

Gray's l Pi)11a(1(11llIit) 1)t1I\ICh. .r>. Ju-i', !Iy n n invd .'p >< -i.- and jdcad to the d!C.m.:! i T prospccl > ot aiUancun.cnL i aunc iluu ....itu.n- r.u. e I: ; lie lianksnf ihe iC rip011', should & JJ

.qlH \ i >i'llll< V XVjil IVCt IV" I'-'l f> ill1, III .1 fl'Vf
i'j! liiuolsf this Aif, It.eli is x\t-ll kn .*xn i iti. ..im l.it J.i A. UKi1: 1IIKLOT, I iricd.Ap I Ti. v iibiiiti 1 o, luujrc ij. nitil HiiuMui nr&1rri.I! tin- ntinitln on !<')'i
., .LLCIC Do. : I :V I 18 f il trhi oi.i has bo< n sctllod but a fi xv < ars, and .' ut: I 1,2, 3, and 4, ofranje 27. "
t.C Lb ln.lt can JJ.. ILJL4& i I st1. t1 % i t A t .i imty tim Plaintiff.j y the DisDic; uf Co!urn;I'M; -Messrs''u:> Van- '
I tiioso v.lo I Jiaxc hiil.eito icMdi.d lliuic, duv.ti n mpioi I. i u-i.i.a! L.I.. usii-} ; > J -J, aiul 3, of r.mircJ.j.. **
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ft1a Lel 4. Liii.. eih iitVe 1'1..; .. : 12 .mil '; nf ran1i-2. derpoel, Ueard-sk-y, aid Mann, pre e Ted a Select! *
I lii jat.t n. u ii nz 1' Jj.ip .
1' t4CS1fJL 1 ull Jjfiw ? t i .
ui.
I y j j.jn j COTTON Committee.
tiINi-1'\V1NE( ,.i.:.' ; A Hue The latter prevmih'fl.! < ?"or Commit- jj
..: .i b' .4 *iV ;ad 'n qu ut 1iei ti. .- t n.cioa :Mn n.cr than N iKtil I'uii i.uhv.iia.il c.i.i- { / c .asc ft'tit East of the meridian.Tii .
I' 1'" \ .. "I,.. :ui- L\r\-- iU h. ROPE, $ c. | xciii.-iic<* tjjt-s of aboiii :Inrty >!.'> ..iv.air.. .iJv I : up u i ui ui-.vnaaip 1 1 East ofbutvaiiBb iU-er, tee on the District Columbia S3 members voted '* l [>
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? 1 Tllii >UU.'CIMIJiil j btxn iaIe 'o i .mi:\ i.l'.ials itbu'm al Aj<.il .Ji.c ia, l,{ .H'lJ1- I I.Tmxivhip.N I. agiltist it, there were 1 13.I V pI >

j \i-il.b,? b-ipplu-i1. iln Fall wish: j Con inbiiaui'd JSciX" o. : \\KI! lnv ,; i';g; n .1 to c.iCuI 10, 1 II I and 12, of range l."i. I am told in day by a fijcntlcmai- who belong1* jj" '
.. tct, 7j ; ; I'V lor this
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iiic u.fUui.di&s, on the salt; IL.S xi_h'MiLilt.l i v anilI rnxx-s ii, s 1 jo, 1 1, and Ii, ofinn :e I IG.T.iuiihps to I the Stale i Department, that ui !kss Congress '
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I i'li cr n.t'iMiits %. i'.j: !)i; in'nd..iu.y: a .oj i! >i to iaak : ) ) IU, I II I I 12. ami 1IJ, of ran-e 17.Ti.xvnsJn,3G recharlered those Bank* by a vote of two thirds,
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i : ., :i ( r :uii-ir- 'r c '.h, vi\:: : j j
I. ,i' :; V. C.is* 41 .i. h.M ,cl: c.i P t Ware-digits!), Swccds j ;.iu'h ,iii1 t11t lit I iiii'i'oxen.LUIS as uni, no .1-UL L iimd 12V&'t ,and 7, and frmioual townships 11 it would avail nothing, fjr the President woiild 1*; \\x

i.. lIIi ii .. t .4 .' ..t $ and AlUi: an lio.i 1 i -Sii.d'- sjnst\is ami .Machinei make u ab healthy a jiia'-c i.i l icaiclLiicu ua u lo ce li i ; : 18'I'tiwiisJiips 1 Arrtdondo's clami,) and tuxvnship! otherwise veto the whole! of them V jn Ness' and ; -t fall
nii.1 null in oiiti: of Vir-i.u.i. o lailge
b .. A .4.1. i iv > i-c -S.Le. I 11 oij--!)raii > :: ti j X.i :II Rods any c.iy IOTOMAC. ? \
1 fci. Oeoi t-'i JSiiunii is CaJp.Svit.s, ami has :i, C, 7. ard S, and fractional
.> nut*, ll.nl ...... l .ii 114 lni. t, O it .ril, 1 i. '. It fad I llo.iplroi I fl.ndxv.irc i -Cut cry-.Me I hini I TooN! ; secure an- 9 :N nrih i.f Aiiriii'j.dn's township Charleston (Massachdsftts) JVavt Yard.The Vrcarpeiiteix
choi.i;t I i.i t>hic cay l/uil.nn, and tictLtiuoiJ on ull ( : c-aio,) Iraclional tow nslii>
z. iMiji, ,..> h id.t.! 4 L.uU, l! a < and L' CJ u.lilis' Lo.immz.G1 is e -li iriiM* s vo <,i.-b.-inc'iVnie- j are knocking on iu slyle with th: *
I 5-J of grca1
Artdi
Mil. troni It I lin-utl: >nJo'acUijiiJ -J
: s itic I SC.) h.is txvo &hIr.LhiC&-m.C \\j and towuthip 13
ilKir.i! > La ii Cord It' lrt] an.! Lt-'adn.! 1.4it-: uin I I line- ] .i. "". I* ) i uf 19. 1iide1t'intetmce. 74, at the Navy lard!, between f\
:; x
r us -, a limning eaj>ci ol O'JJ tons, 1avimm i.injje
+ I 15: ..lni!
J.iii. ; ; .in ihcrl5o \Vioxi! and V
ltuJ.J \V.uc
>
.ii'i. JUEor : "l!
_ -- _ H. -lk Gioc'M'ies i --Caipe Uno d I hcf-s ; I Id .ttk.'.i. i.. .'.il_ ai 1 ivv .' .iit-r, tise uLhU:- by the! | 'j oMnslup< 1 2, :3, 5, fi, 7, and 8, frnctio-ml town one and two hundred men being daily at work oti Ii;: T

: .Sale or Unit.TR Ax s-India.i Rubber Go di.iig- Iron Axels sa. U hcei *. -t i -. ,*' ... i .nr_ 1-45 lo 1 > iet at I-) >'. ik.iiei", .1.1- ': ship :9.) ( IN.otii! of Aiic-d-.r.il-'bCiiii.n,) livu',nai tox nsliip board of her. She is about being cjt down from '

.\C I' tit L td Miiuuv4. in JollVrson cuunty, liarrnxv.s--PI u, hs C.iiti>a.tor.sTin.. Wic-- -j.i-nn' : i..;_ \ ii..fo.
;L 14 tiiilcsc ist oi 1 .ilali.ii! cu il410 acres. 200 j Patent a.iii I'ancy CandU-s-Ready; :"xiadc i CJw. i mig : V a.-oi-.ivi io.. 6 led xv.iui" Usii-i.lv I ..i! alin. I-a,. O. mount probaWy 62 or 64 gun?. H T bottom be- 3 T r.

uitti.icin> ilaiiiiJilc 1 I'M' Oak ami Ilu3\oiyf ami the Saddles --HnriiL-sv-[Jatsu.d C.y.; ry G i dsninq *. ;..J itiii. ou.tni'ii, To-x i-shiis[ I I. 2, :3, C, 7, nl ;*, frti.'timsa t">x\nship low the wilier line is found to be perfectly sound *"

1' i>> .t'l' .e I'niu Lund and : xxainji, I ITOaci'i. id4it dowaiuiJ :;*. p.im s anJ Gils-S.oiic, E .ilia rn, (Ula sand i.u.v r.. ilUJ .. i > .,, l-.n, xMJn.i; 3 u.iLs ol i lie i 9. il\ r.nnr A.retm'uS eI.tiiim,3 fiiiCttKinl i xvnMij> and when she is completed, which will be in the iVji
inxxi,: a.ul oGO;( Lull take I I I'J, ; .Siiiitn >A t Anvdondv.'s tttinn: and '. .-. iivivi :
Ciuna "N Gc4-n.au .. iist. < i ; in thc.r tati.cs i t 1 i,
1..0; i> iiios-'iy un.liT rice xxn! a I) .vd1U ; lluiiscj.i. \ are- TovG i course of tie! ensuin;; summer, she vill make one JriTof
il.i'l.i
xtitnin sixteen luiks I in set inc aucLo..i! the t i.i i.oi:i:
.i: iin
.
t u. ,.iiui.'s aitacm.il, RGELANLIAN.Ta1ahi'c the and erlicient si in the Navy
?. Scp'. 2)1) 1-J.> !flI:1)E buu.itl.: .-. ;..!.al hit mkip; I ti>\vnsiips? 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, strongest most ips

ALSO, I ; ( IiIi. I 1..L.. .. I... .h_ a d >, .i.n! t'n'! iiail.il io.. nsiiin; .. y, | o. 1 II.I and! 1 Ku mure so, in the opinion of grwd judges, : : c
A inn u.uitc .uisniia mcr f>Ut:1UUZ: .i'> ..atl J
; l l l.in--i .-.si .t Ari'cdndu'i lai.it and man sue ever vas j
dicstt LI t 'UitLL IC : t tu ns.L > >, ul mtiort. IIVFLras in MCI a
? tcs, iiiiiaiy ut! fn i si qu.dr.y and bn: : i'ci y lcv I. '
'
irninn LJj I raii2... mistake in the origin.]) draught through whicli!
t r'.rti.in': .1 JII.N I COUObM'lliULliAU. or ija ni..v. L'ii.ii on, at. tlu: ill :> miht ,
Ort Ii .&J.fl:4 a. j-yt.i: io Oil. .s.A.vlL. L'1iIL\ ; i ptlacii.c.'l.e l..;and, Co.npiry nt T.i.Liu.i at.a or f-.xvniiii, I I2, ;, .1!, 5. e J, 7, S, 9, 10, I N, 1-2 and means, her lower ports were hroujjat considerably

.vpaLn-ii.c.it.i, or m ihe NuuVoil i .:, u i.ii..ii : 'JI the than inten Jed much
Jan. 14 C.ty o: k, i 10 li.a.j in1ti nearer water was so
I ic.Ni'FICE;
_::!!slPsee iuji.i.a, tuger. : .%Mixhip> I. ?, :;, !, s, 0,7,8, 9, 10, 11 1 12, and so h: leoi, that unless! lie! water vas pcrlecllysniooto

Li:2.o: ia|>i.io AJ.IJ.S of t Apv\.ichicoa! and its vicinity 1 (-1 i.niuei.i.T.xxn the lower and Ijre>t gun. were of no>

may b.: iei n at the li.llou in;: piac. s :- iiiio I 1,2, ::5, 1,3, o,7, S, 9, 1 Ifl< jif 12, and use at all, inasmuch as the port hal to be kept j.eied. .
. I X mouth*. uft ..- is be. .itifut which ofnir.
She tuokl
( a nuv.l
.i.n! Xfir'iis 1 us cxtcwns on thurbt! uof Hari i lllili. J.M. U hue, at U usUi! : IC'i, l 1). C. j jJii --.ii.n.it; 1'iAus'iip 1, 'ifrini 29 ,
V'lkitMiiiavd TLc s.iI xv ui in kc t fur C >e wil: not in the leit: degree bj altered, and
t u: wcekand
: oihe llonnr.iblc: Ci-uiuy Court I Chai.csLon, C., at the oilice of Rkl..ird Car ; open txx nlun <>
,. and ihc land* ervtd \ always one of Ihe IJ .lcst vesselsn! \ the Navy.
n.L: I-II i u i > a. d ..ui4.xjor a ills* h ir tJAS \ ii'ch 111. ci ; it byAV> lor die Ubc ofsrhums I

J.VlCivlKRS.U1LI.1. and llo -avannah, Gco. John \ViUiiiui.u.. ur Li.iit.> it cix'td: fur inihtat'y or nlatrpuipoSLS J'jie Bo>top Sloop! rf War of 2 i suns;, in anolli-

.\. \V. 11AUT.X I find \vhulgsale Coliuiibus, Gco. J lilin: hani 4* 'o.Tallahaiscf. \xili l he excluded iron
v'.lt'i i l-.l.: 1.d'ii I ItU : :. iii I IVcdoikk county. .%1mI. by C IlerstoncmiiX'iii"tl Flo Thomas 1! ilizw.I.Apal.nliictiLi iM'Jcrmy Inir.d, at the cliy of Wal Tns- _i. We believe, however, she is nat vet periectIv -

in the I'.ilcnlith I I )r J idh ins. I J ir.lnb Moure.jS'oxv lou I hiS tlxlrLeemiLtL UI) ot Ocioocr, A. U. IHJi.By manned, and is waiting Ibr 01 tiers.-Boston Gaz
Uev1I. Tin: -il iix <- Oitilnicnt i is oiT'Tcd tu llio public at a Orleans.Alo'jslf) ; the I'u-a.ui.-ni, At\V J AUivSO i.

LUT i HI ii\-. ( .,- : a<-< s at i a i. IM .HC, C' Minon1 I alo.-ii m m'I l cciiain roincdy for.linsc ohxtiualc ilisia ': g 1' Ke >t 'iU voii'y.iiil |.rt\V4 li fl) ft til I Ii some; uf which haxe o l u"l ilIfd] the uill of tnudiciJt I\HA.I ol! Coii.n5.Miincr! of the G.'ncral L-inJ Office.
< :t, Jni t n ln.ii.ra. i! v.The itit.i ii iidHiit two mir three days od! was found 0:1
(1 3i In i i-. l', otn: notion \'v lUi.ini 1'.>>('.l lui I 1-44 i It CiIIC. Jn.K'.xin !P.ijmij, x\ili l
tin: a'MVu l.tily of house in Bellord stree it -
the ste sj a was conveyei'
.Ldut die In tu.iy '.1 .las !u<.i.th, *ic n..le :or 14 I i I \VhitrSvfilin; r" <)reven dfrripii<*n.id fr out; ueii>', urn! iln tc.if.: r "!: < ;i xmU unl: L tin- X )TICE TO I PRK-K.MP 1 tON Cl ..AIl I ANT.S.ft I ;> I louse and On

(''Us.1ib -a. .U ..s ,s.: I. b' % i Snic L";:- ;miiil tt-ir..f: loup ...landing.od I I ji! l-'ciiiuary, and sond thoir bids l-, ill- ;'li uf I if. IMIII: i iai.nnc m ; the ri luuf :rt-v topt mo to nv ot !1 to the Alms Mnt t:> nurse.
uw. buut.; l h.-jilj I j Scliirni-i'f ( Ii lid uizii Tuniuiitx. rticuhtrl Monday i.ii..i, a uoniaa called at the Ames House,
I.J.< -> te icivrd t. ill iu1 j.aiJ for ] : p.m Daily A.Jxi riKur lor UK-: Lii. C.Lil KHKan.| .- >-<-qu.rd C> > piovc time same to

Uie.oxnv. u ihcl'. vK.. U .'.k a'id coninns.: .i! tlit-e hLIrdeIIed I IinnuurMii women snrea&ts which often Cdinin, o.iymtiit.IJ.iLtoii 1 luladuIphiaN.! Gazrllr, ili.. &.liis.'a: 11it au l tht. tIc4!>LCi a1d litccivcr, pn r tc.I. I a mi inquired of Colonel Maun if a c.iiid Iiail been

U.J.liOu ELL, I limes terminate in ulcerated caiicrr. U.iiinnorem; .riran: Ii tesLi.ii i.iKiikr, .;, ilaj .!" v di.. foiiiij as above Jf >cribe J, and on bting anssvcI!

J.'n. i3.n iv.ii* .' ; :: 4th Pelnns. or xvh.itsoino; people Know by the name Savai.ii.di '. Ui'r4i.iiI, Nov.Oili- mis LVe, Ui turd t 1..i..iI 'ire-;: M te: .lUinuative, she said the child ivas hers, ant;

LHDL. ; 14i .. Li ., j .% L.'l.KIJK <. (.4j o Catairh**, nfrxorx description.Htli ('i.i.-innali (Jazzier, Nashville Uaimer. i >t..i.c. i j. ii. >:; ,._i-f: itqutMed hit it miyht lie ri-slortd i> her. Co'rnti -

ne :. M -t; -*4i4J IHI4V/1 asi aim- f. I Itlictiniatir, Pain of tlicjoniN.ith l.IlkLII.ibSCt Dec. JUh -Jl I Hi Iji: .\l.inn ofci ur e asked her lo o count Ibr ihi

i* ; ii '. .1 S UJiiania.cs: ( rfjirams and liiuiaesi if evciy dc3cri| tion oriux S'1"L VA KT has removed child's ?liavinj: Uen altnhdon, and she did so by

.f -a TiI e i Ixi il I ..t.At. \ s .iti'vcr p.Iitih1it. NOTICE. ni 'tim iL... ti "ts.it flit l >il Maj. \Viuu new UrickLM the following! statement, which she sulfc>equt.:;>/

. ..OJ. 7iJi Trltti-iif Jill Kindsu| tin-complaint, the! [pa.i ___ I.(lIub. .. ; the i' swore lo.

,| 4 .: i.ti.n cil M i.i !al.< nt. u. i.pplvin bc Ii inttnent: must keep tin: part 1 i IX x\n ks alter date, 1 :-hill "Pl'ly to the lUn.ihe -. j>.ir.i u.i.y! i iiit-su that llmsc x\ho arc iii- On the of the night on w ilch the cliiU 'ic {

-* '.I V ..t .t .. > ..d kUII >U1<4 me |k-li' )Lt of viler* .lud u of tin: ionniy .ir. for Idlers ni i Ailniiniatiaiioa ilL b.eI u ln.ii lur lit dic.iI bcivicis fur I 1834 ttudoO, evening
father Jj
| s'' i a ...ii i/, i.ni11 .. ,! .ir ami jitt.ui to Uic 6lh Chiiidaino.: ur $pails allcctod by fiost.It on .he e.sl.ilrsi s. Mses >. r'i iMHi, .*tiitsIai ..- tim u>:ike U1..I cdialo p. nicnl. TIi .se 'h viljj acuiu .walnIuiIjIb Bedford St. Us accompanied

wlii1!! ini fiicU Hi s 4.U Ci.si: ;ux .j'l.nc to li.c *>ii.il :ic | I i i1; uls.i mm uf lie be.st luincdn.for Uiirns anil : Lima rl. Hawaii: I. ceased I liieofs. uint tnoi uiil |iXi.ciU them l.u'tluvun.Ja by lit:; we>:er, took the child from hi wile, under!

'"ittjli ca.'t i.udi: nc j i .dm. Scald! I I teases tins pain ami draws the urn out in iti IJ>:JG. 2 Gu- BK.NJ1L 11A i; AN. ,, 1- I- (;J. il 4-v pi eience getting it baptised[ and to her ntte.a .

J. 1). U L.&TV. a j Tf, Alt'y for ai-.tiiT. 'i short time. >toui>huienl aid 1i tliction, never br night- it had.or .

Ja4t.i& Lor I n1)itiiednIHen') $ jiretsts.: and ( I.inilular, .! AxllH.: COOKlir. : ( ) ) :-:. rj fiesuitfor invalids. returned Immelf. In a few dr.ys after she leart.cd .-

S eIiiig it s upcrior to any ii edicine yet Lmniwn to I 00 aJictnj .NVic i'. rk.KUS that he had gone to Philadelphia, and as boon -1
No i icL:. V 1 t. ,ti&jC. I 't I. ii.i' .o u iiini&cit on Indi.u..j .
the iiiutiei I Iicii lty I I I s iii urhi saIr thai. ii,trcuria I Iof / f-if sal -, S; fai $ecrel>trits ji / Hook Cnjt as she snlficieiiily recovered, she followed ar.I
T\UE rm of C. F. Lucrr Si Co. was dissolved ml thut is.iteritI ) bee.a um.o it L1lbOUot O .j ta Lie.4. riiimi.u tot.pen! >i Hou ulurlioaul.IM -
:1 ny ( stfU-J I i'f I).ii 1 anli *s, LJids i. id-*. i l.uit could
?, mug found him there but no M ftctory ex -
JL by iiituua. consent on the lit-I daol Ja fruimi ::._ .. L. -i-,. tkiifvinj; n 1. be one vt't'he mo tiU.Ui.it'it get
A.1 peisons mdcbt l ihe Ii. wit .uaiy.IudSeszmri1itic Imy; ti 1e.iueat hiatc to iijery exiose toCVI. 4 .s.. U ''.' !> > *" IL.C Ci.Utd iMU'VK for p41 IbfillSuUtiin p la nation; from him relative to her n fant. A tltirLer4)II ;
< to I in, pita>c u.-od idii i.irdoik
(.'culls-Tt'i'. 'X.b ur niirblu lojis. r *> >,
>, ii C.. ,>a.i4..iiaty uLI.e 1"n; u.id numviovu )hovNever to whom jhe morster had e:.
payment to either ol .nu tub>.iibcis, l'ilip ()im.tiiiiust has currdore- of stand ,
..dxviih .x.m.i
many year" \\ 1'al'li! Ui- !> : I'.uri ::ns, urm .
4V ? 'eteijt 4"j. he sniiio wil. he ,ood until I iiuilierC in". U'hriu it ii impossible ur iinpiudfiil to lu-al I Iii- aiiiclo iii-n-.s ifti i.e-.i a ..I..I- .V'. :.j "i>a i, io.sci.kut.u c Irum *h : trusted ti.e secret, informed her that her Imsbun.:
irIc! : lu-.s. "'< c\i iv try
Itjl* e '..VZI.efl .1.1. LL.r. i .. .' i .O..i n .nuci- lie fcvls s at In s.iy- liul jikindoned the child at night ii Bed lord s:.
% j C .1Ili' a )L1L.t U' e.\t :rnal Ol4!, in cPIsnfueee'| UI f the boiu l bCcIlmji io.ii'i.; V\ lii' Ii xill Uc MtUI "li terms tan .xib ;iuiuire&ali \ e .
? St.). LItjiJi can us; or rotten, il will >U pth provesof tliu C.JrI&i. facll-n. Jan.'i; .i Iftoli. illi.vt I ,. _; .iniitj. ( > .i..iiot IK. f.u tMi.il lot btftniy health' and that if not discovered so m after he left r
'
I .... 4.4.IU. t ..i.-->iIU 4ioxc' ijie.i nlUAVu Jcm c. 1 IO
Fv ''uRit, i iiicira-a: time iiuanlilj id the discharge, remove the of there it must have perished from the inclenieiic.of .

JOJ BLAI. rEAC1I fcii-in* Hiicl!, amid cao the pain.Itcuru I i.i in.O'. *.ii zCo.L'Ii nvi. xv wj ui* u ni winter, Hue tie weather. On oLiaiuing I lhi.5 intis na(tot .
S.Mdr 10 UU to .*?u .....i-i anu tiilifil 1> I'Xpox.'u> the ti. I
Jan.tuLs.cn : 1'eloiis Whitlows on an ajiplicrlion 'Ii
1i xvorst or
.-, -. IP___.__:2i1________________ im litiy ie z. IIDII. cv. i > int i-t time ot inp.us. The fare of L.epoor wuiuui hastfut'd back fnm' Philadelphb.
of 48 hours 'L hiMI ii ci
S
H, > iaiia.u. l b ti. i.i <>t ii f t.oil .ts ilio maii.Cb xv ni and on her arrival here, made such inquries as enhled -
winch have ,.tuJ s. long a* to hetonif fniiMii-4i a ta..in.
'HE UJiO i-inili rin
: : xrs b.- ; leave to inform ihe puV.ick, ti.o..anu tuli.uu.it o) .A.CIuiicttl bcixan'M, xsuni : licr ti) discover her child, and ;ol. Mann or-
uicdicniu hulaKun ini co.niiioiiini C-
di irdei. i-euiics lo : s '
'athat they aic at tins lime \vell )tOV.I1CI with 1 1.iecanj j a M>ttfinalc.: .x.t c i..iiii i. r n.d. u.gi.it..n l liii O iulcii.cn, La- it Ui be restored lo her.- JV. F" Jour. (.ozi.
fc* udlx In reiuovii li:.:in eiitiii'ly. I5ut j in most coiiiiiiun b.itd I wh'cli! xv-itli his xvell |;MO\XI. V, aith.-ns p -
to carry f.n the Cabinet, Carriage Alai i i xv' i.m .. .1 r uuiUi", tic L.,1i.S Uy cun cni .iiunun.i .u..
t''"< )nitnnMit uxterndly; a< directed tho j I limn ihex4a.her trom U
?. and Ci.L.s1) '* xvdl t-n.ilili him sc I
Carpcntors Bu-i'nuss iu all in. .vaiious ... tuir.cfil rusumiuf his 1/ii'hdsiind Cala31rphy.It
the
wIn .y i.Uoa } GREENVILLE Jan. *.Melancholy -
si\ And in old, ti.tir Cotton ,
-lief even Th is.-.1'"bo
EIttbe ; aud would be giad tu furnivh their s. rviJa iMvill people t I I 1000 b.Ics. may sOre ... ,.-'...!'. cnc-uii|. 2>. A. L'ICcJL ud that ar
<* any pan of .he coun. t v |iainIu\o: boen of lotifjer standiii-, U will twllii- with him, are atstt.c.I! tlui-eveiy. .uuntioi vxill tc *.e- i.au iw= j.O.UMC Co. Hondo. 23.i' Ku'iih'jiain rrgrtt, we

THOS" D. WILSON & Co.y I).1111. i Ui xv id toxxanls Us s>ale Ki *pmg.St. catitd UpIt to regi.ICrtI&e.Ud4ctl abd: uuexpecteitkah

Jan. 15th.oix t To *ci captain* and masters of vowels thus ointment .1I.uk Jan. 15'Uf '<'.. UT. [UORbK, c4'IliDs'EEL) $ 'IIIUE I:4iwciIEL; : n.sIr.. AdtiIius ..Iiubic.QU .

I must be very v/duable lit winter on oar cuu 'l'it beini! Soiajc4"; Connn., Aitrcl'.ant.NlX LI1U&tY LiIgIbttlbC4tltUl. iibUL, ) ) .,

DISTRICT FLfltflt-LtQN Srrnnion COCHT, ver; certain ill itS CIICCI)' on Chilblain or4 4iri iilloaewillVfro -| .- -i *& &S .i .ii tilt.; N.v llujrlaild Scu'ifi 2i1. Duboc (tII dweimg, iii a sIat of siigL.rieimtii .

J.h1 5. SkrparJ, *j In Trespass on the case t itlikeivine prqs c* tts> yujjitic iu ullglimulca NO flUE. Sie.l l-.u .iicuy. .GfclU.- LiUiIAtrL.N deraIigiri9iT, (to'vliicIi he iatJ been occmStIILiiT

Vs- Summons ad respondendem. for ri d did'not return H.
j s unJCc ) again
"lham time value oltliuiotuellent'inedicine montks after date nppl.cation xx ill be n.atic t. ,
Canttt 6c\\ JOiOJclatnaies.rlktiiame A Ur"C mrussof leslnnkny( proving eof the Cow I Le.nJounly : rAT1ONs KOK aALi ill xr Sea rciictl" for him during the t-rsi part of j tl.niglnVbut' .
will belie to llmsa1 who the lion. Jud County r .
Sirnjis.it ga. .fluii.raabe! to sips ii T 1E3 \ u I .
) !
mi, tUN
I AUaclimtnthr $ 3OO. wish further iuforinalion oil application ,ir ilei fr Iclltis of IJismissory .on It.u caUue oJames. A LoNG crtthT. w'iiI ouL success.! Eiiry on Frid; >

1'aiiiiU-deceased Lie of said ccitn.ty.UlCllAUU Hiormtiir, he xi-a's j discovered lying iu thc nuu .
Ji.firm i/ ton*, otto ally of hw autlwmcd agents.. .: s.s:4e"-i: l _
_... 4-Co. ] :Theaboxo uieil.cnie sohj 'oy xjiccial appointment olI 1. 0. EAttC : | tlx ull"t- .- -. I, : .,.., ... ; .. C.it 3li'LlC..1'Li z'LI) i. .tbtmtiL 1Liiett1UtiIIS ota ,mile lion the \ bilag.',

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.; .I tvJjrj f11 ::11 --F_ LIIV TIrE I 1 I Were on: motion placed among. the orders of( the day furManday in Congress from Florida,be requested to use his best exertions the day. S. H. DUVJiL, Ch'm :

: Proceedings of the, Legislative Council.CONTIKULD next.. notice asked t and obtained to procure from Congress, at this session, a lawmaking TALLAHASSEE: Jan. 14th
Mr %Wood without previous 1836 V
,. .- ., liberal provision for the widows and orphans of To SAMUEL H. DUVAL E.q, ,
l INve introduce bill entitled An act to organize: a ;
LAST.] to a ,
FROM OUR
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[ be slain during the present SIR -As chairman of a commhYee
in Franklin in be cnlled the llth Regi th'ose who have been, or may ; to whom 1su
t ; Mr. Bcrthelot, from the committee on Internal Improvements Regiment ment"-which his county motion the rule being waived for : war ; and for those who have been or may be wounded I referred so much of the Governors Mesuze as '
I : whom the same bad been referred-Reported on also for the remuneration of those of our the Abolition societies to
"I. i to hat was rend the Hrsi second, and third lime, therein : and existence at the Nort; **
favorably! on a bill, entitled u An art dec la.ing the and purpose) Ordered. that the title be as before stated. citizens whose property has been destroyed or who have the, dissemination of Znciendiary publications by J 'to
(ii } Econfeene river, a navigable stream*'-which waft again HU passed Excellency* tbe Governor transmitted to the House been compelled to abandon their homes by the Indians. among the slaves at the South; I ti ke the liberty or r::
I ',' read, when on motion of Mr. Tabor, the rule wna waived, the : Executive And be it further Resolved, unanimously, That 500 warding you a bundle containing an issortment of
: nnd said bill read a third time, and passed. Ordered that following message :- copies of these Resolutions be printed for the use of l the which am printed for distribution ly those 'hetlacta

t V the title be as before stated. EXECUTIVE OFFICE. 1836. \t tJn"rv Executive-ten of which to be transmitted to the Dele- that_ you may bp the better able to judge of the trail?,..
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: ': T ', ; Mr. Hawkins, !from the comrultee on Enrollments: wauuary uiu gato in Congress. acter, anil 01 tne extent ot the attacks made by thena---
Reported as correctly Enrolled, a bill entitled An act To the Legislative Council t t- law Which were read, and on his motion, (the rule being the institution of domestic slavery; as existing ,
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e : to change the County Seat and place of holding the Superior Agreeably to the provisions of the Militia waived) were put on their passage, and passed.Mr. Territory, i
V :. and County Court of the county of Franklin, and recently passed by the Legislative Cou.icil ; and to carry Beilhelot) I nom the committee on Enrollments It may not be irrelevant on this occasion to state
.;'t ) V (or,- other purposes": And also, a bill, entitled An act the same into effect, I nominate to the Council, Reported as correctly Enrolled, An act to declare the the tracts now sent you were procured from the t tbu.
t 1 concerning the Executive Staff"-which were signed by For the County of Escambiu, Fencholaway river in Madison county, a navigablestream. tory at New York; that they were put up in conjuSwith
the President, countersigned by the Chief-Clerk, and ordered George E. Chase, to bo Colonel ; ."-" An dct declaring the Econfeene river a navigable many other similar packages lay the individual?
to'be transmitted to the Governer for his approval. Celasiona Gonzales, Lieutenant-Colonel ; stream."_u An act to establish an Academy on the bud charge df the establishment, ansi-I with a full knowW,
V Mr. Duva), from the committee to whom had been referred Benjamin K. Kennedy' Major. lands of John A. Willey, of Leon county.-An act to on his part of the disposition! intended: to be made oft
'. so much of the Governor' message as rehtes to For Walton and \\ ashington r legitimate and change the names of Esther, George W. Ho stated in a seeming spirit! of ex iltaliou, that the ibS:
Abolition Societies, &c. made a report thereon, which Masters Rust, Colonel ; and Riley Crews": And An act to establish two Terms tion societies ere increasing in wealth and lIumbtn
I ", was read and Uid on the table, and on motion of Mr. John L. McKinnnn Lieutenant-Colonel ; of the Superior Court in Columbia county.Vhich already reached 300-Thai thuy were well or ai"having ei

_ Berthelot, 25 copies thereof, and of the accompanying Enos Evans, Major. were signed by the President, and countersigned by the and not wanting in zeal or determin,ilion, to contiuS8 their
For Franklin
V document, are ordered to be printed. County : I Clerk of this House and ordered to be transmitted to the onward march in the righteous cause (I use his
A bill, entitled u An act to alter and amend the 4th H. R. Wood CoJonYl ; V Governor for his approval.Mr. communicated to me) in which they were expraaaioan !
V t section of an act passed 10th February, 1832, entitled an II. Hawley, Lieutenant-Colonel; ( ) ; Tabor, on a former day, offered the Preamble and that no human power could turn them from their engaged cour, aAd j
( ; ct to prevent the future migration of Free Negroes or E. W. Doubleday, Major. Resolutions following viz :- Respectfully your obedient serva I1t. **
V: Mulaiines to this Territory, and for other parptses," was For Monino County : WHEREAS, The County Washington has not receivt : JA.VIES GADSDEVNow
Jno. P. Baldwin Colonel l .
t reRd the second time. ; ed the advantage of a pre-emption to u quarter section of I moved that the House do Concur in said
: On motion of Macon to strike out the enacting clause, \V m. F. English, Lieufcuant..C"londm. ; land, as given to other counties in this Territory for the which; motion prevailed-and said !report! is i concurred repolt:
R. Major. W
Hackley,
f: ihe yeas and nays were required by Messrs Berthelot and County Seat, and to build Court-Houses and Juils : And Resolutions in the words follow 11g, viz-
For the of Jackson
:. UtI\'nl-aud were yeas Mr. President, Messrs. Biount, N. Nowland c9unJy, Colonel whereas, the principal good lands in said County are now I Resolved by the Governor and Legislate Councilor i
:V V Brown of Jackson, Dennis Duval, Higginbotham, Johnson Henry ; entered or otherwise appropriated : And whereas, there is the Territory of Florida, That it h tbe sense and wish
V ;ft Kenan, Macon, Morton, Ramsay and Tabor, 12.- Jesse Levin Lott Brown, Lieutenant-Colonel ; now by law. a Superior Court held in said County, and the People of Florida, to be invested with the rigbtiS(
Major.
: JSiays, Messrs. Berthelot, Brown of Columbia, Hawkii's, owing to the sparse population thereof that it will be to' piiviledge of electing all Justices of the Peace and COunt/
These the Counties at known to
So being only
V J :, Hunter, McCanls, l1cNeillV"lker) and \\00d,8. present burthensome for the citizens therein to build a suitable Court Judges, in addition to the ol leers already tUrJiiUhia
where elections have not i.een held for Militia Ofii
and the bill i is bat.V me, 1
said motion prevailed, Court-House and Jail for the accommodation of said Superior -
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cers or il held the law has nut I been complied with. I ;
establish ;
an Academy on
A bill, entitled An act to and Courts, by of taxation
!f' ) County way Resolved further That the Delegate in Congrcwb
make the nominations to the Council
4 the Lands of John A. Willey, of Leon county, was read Legislative agreeably -
therefore Resolved the Council; of
Bf it Legislative
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I requested to use means, i 0 to amend tho
Act proper Artjot
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times the rule being waived, and provisions (passed day.
L; the second and ihirdj of Florida That in ,
V the Territory our Delegate Congress Congress; passed: lor the government of }c'lcrida
OlIN II. EATON. u h
1U; Ordered that the title be as before stated. .. .
6 iiaa cu. 1. renuesled to endeavor to obtain from lyon u donation 1. .t <
;"V -"A-li;; l ; itledAn act to authorise the Governor of Whereon, the House went into secretSessiou thereon, uu :! ; IIV" resx umuraue me -pnuleuge contemplated: by the lorepBI
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r : of a section of land to be located by the: county au Resolution
of Florida to raise Volunteer for the de and consented to, and advUed the nominations therein ;
v the Territory thorities upon any public lands in said county not other Oflered on a former day b Mr. Johnson
made when the door } Wtreotaulfrom
of the South-East Frontier, was on motion of Mr. was ;again opened.Mr. )
t fence
i appropriated, to aid them in building a Courthouseand ardors of the and read. The
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'; Duval referred to the committee on Militia. Duval moved that: the Hou :o now stand adjourned yeas MJI
b V I. entitled An act authorsing the sale ef the real until the first Monday in April next. The yeas arid nays Jail in said county being required on their passage t ly Messrs. Duvalud
A bill
% 'il Be it further Resolved, That a copy of tho forgoing Macon, were MCSJK. Berthilot, Hlount, Browaof
Goff deceased was read the secondS being required on said motion by M e8srs. Morton: and yeas
of Thomas ,
t ; (!state times the rule being waived) the and Biount, were yeas Mr. President, Mes rs. Brown of Jack Preamble and Resolution be signed by the President nnd Columbia, Hipginboiham, llnlloinin. Hunter, Jobiuoo,
and third yeas nays
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H on its by Messrs. Dennis and son, Duval Hawkins mdrootl, 5. Nays, Messrs. certified by the chief clerk of this House and forthwith Kenan, Macon, McNeill, Miles, Uarosay, Tabnr and
being Berthelot required, were passage Mr. President, Messrs. Biount, Berthelot, haunt, Dennis. Hig jriiiljoiham, Hunter. .John transmitted to the Hon. Joseph M. White.WlIRh Walker, 14. Nays, $\r. !)President iMessra. Burriu,
I -w yeas I were again read and adopted.Mr. Dennis, Duval McCains and Mort >n, 6. So said Reo-
Macon ,
.\ Brown of Jackson, Duval, Hawkins, lligginbotham, son. \AIcCantsMc-Neiil| Morton, Ramsay, Tabor whom the
the select committee
Duval from to
lutions
.Johnson Kenan, Macon, McCanls, McNeill, Morton, and Walker, 13. So said motion i is: lost. prevailed.
I V ,I: Ramsay! Tabor, Walker and Wood, 16. Nays, Messrs. Mr. McCar.ts moved that: tint House now adjourn until same had been referred, and who reported on a former Resolutions offered on a former Jay by Mr. Wood in i
t 4. Berthelot Brown of Columbia, Dennis and Hunter4. Monday the 18th, at 12 o'clock. The y.-as and nays being day, in the words following viz .- the words f following, to wit : 1

'. So said; bill is passed. Ordered that the title be as before required by Messrs., Dnval and lil.mnt w:re yeas Tho.committee io whom has been referred so much of WHEREAS This Territory is gaged in a War WilD
.4 stated. Messrs. Burthi-lol! Brown or Jackson Dnval, I Hawkins his Excellency's message, aa relate to the existence!: of the Seminole Indians and requires that nil her Vn'oeu
A bill, entitled An act to establish two Terms of the hunter, Johnson, Macon. McCants, Morton, Tabor and abolition societies at the North; and to thc dissemination nh.mld b.- in the field : And \\vbcrea", The KnalrBpor.
: V: Superior Court in Columbia county" was read the second \"ood, I 1. Nays, Mr. PrcNdrnt: ;M..<:o\r-:. Mount, lrn- incendiarv: tracts among the slaves at the south respectfully lion of said Territory is not rr| regented ill ibis Legisla-:;
.: V: rind third times, the rule being waived, on motion of Mr. nil, Hijrgiubotharn, l\1rN eall. llamsay; and \\'allier. 7.- report-Thai ,the subjiirt is! one in which the people live Council, in consequence of tht members elect (Iruin
: Brown of Columbia, and passed. Ordered that the title So said motion prevailed ; and the House I [ Mnnds adjourned of ihe Territory of Florida, (eel the same det'p interest, several Counties being necessitated to take up anni fa
.:. until Monday next at 12 o'clock. I which is univl'I sal with all the citizens of all the States invliirh defence of their lives and property! rod those of thtirclo.
. V i>c as before stated. ._ ___._. __ ..,:..., -.4- .,I _.J ,t.n. .I. nf nra<_
'I'A t bill, entitled An act to legitimate and change the i iL \ flnmpsfir slavery n w CAISIii and that they considany ttUIUCIHI: ; .lClU mo memoer: u. me' Council now f'l'nUlIheing
i names of Esther, Geoige W., and Riley Crews," was' Monday, January 18. interfcn-nce with that institution by those to whom i it desirous of afibrding all their aid and scnicM l to

:!. read the second and third time, the rule being* waived .1s- motion of Mr. Brown of Columbia, und passed. Ordered being present! the Journal of proceedings of Friday last or fanaticinm.as well calculated to sow seeds of disco ( of our Territory.
;, that tin title be as above stated. was read. lent, which if not quieted and that speedily, must ultimately Resolved, therefore That that ih s Legislative' Council
": A bill. entitled 4t An act to make permanent the County I Mr. Francis Miles, a member elect from Hillsborouiceunly h prove fatal te the existence, and permanency of this IiI stand': adjourned until tim rifteenlhdny of March next; and
: Rite of Hamilton county," was read the second and third appeared, was duly qualified and udmitted to take I 011. that His Excellency the Governor I e requested tu trans
time (the rule being waived) on motion of Mr.: Hunter, his seat.Air. 'l'hatyour oommillec arc assured that the citizens of thi mil a copy of ibis Resolution to the President of the f i.
and passed. Ordered that the title be as above stated. S. L. Burritt, a member elect from Duval count, Territory had looked with intense solicitude the surmer led Slate, to be by him laid befo'e Congress for to
it Resolutions heretofore offered by Mr. Johnson, were appeared, was duly qualified, and ndiniiicd to take his SP.it. I movements of the people at the North; with a strong< z ,; postponed, and made the order of the day for Monday; The President laid befuru the House, the Report of the hope that th.: public sentiment there, corresponding\ laws and circumstances to do so;
,. ....V next. Auditor and Treasurei-which was read and with} the accompanying that which exists in this quarter would apply q icincdy to Were on motion of Mr. Blown, hdcfimtcljr poslpoacd. 4

.: !.__ A bill, entitled An act to declare Feneholaway river Account Current, was referred to the Finance thc evil complained of, and remove, by the dissolution oj The following Resolution ofiVre, on a former doll bII
in Madison county a navigable stream," was read the! committee.Mr. allj abolition societies; the great inquietude growing out Mr Duval, in the word l following, lo wit :
V; third time, and passed. Ordered that the title be as be.V Moilon gave notice that he will on s.me future of the known objects for which they were organised. That I I Resolved, That so much of all fires nnd pecuniary forfeitures .
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fore stated day, introduce a l bill, to be entitled An ict to *mend nn though still willing to repose a just confiden in Ihe put- I collected of Free People of Colour, under infrac-
V A bill, entitled An act to authorise and permit John) act, declaring Juniper Creek, in the county uf. Egcambi notion and good faith of the people of the North, to apply lions by them of the present or mini Penal Code of thTemlory

;- : MeLemore to build a bridge across the Suwannee river, a navigable .stream passed Feb. 1st, 1834." stronger correctiveslhan the mere expression of sentiment : Florida, as may be ncctssary, be, and hereby
'. \at Gndsden' Spring, on said river" was rsad the second Mr. AlcCants gave noiict-, that on some lulure d,ly, he at Town meetings, should those fail, in icmoving all causes ii appropriated as a permanent fund to meet Ibe hint
:L:' *nd taird lime (the rule being waived on motion of 1\1r. will introduce a bill, to be entitled u An act In amend thsevnnil of irritation. so far as the injury complained of originates I portation and expenses of such Pen lo of Colour a* maybe
i. Brown of Columbia) and passed. Ordered that the title acts concerning Frets Negroes and Mulaltoes"- within their: jurisdiction; yet a lively sense of our i disposed voluntarily to erni rale Irom the limits of this
I be as above set forth. As also a bill, to bo l nt"ledn act to amend the sov< I own: rights and securities would seem, in tho opinion V A bill, entitled An act to amend an act, entitled an rub acts coucerning the Revenue of the Territory o'f Flo. your committee, strongly to recommend (in addition to in which Slavery i is repudiated us an
!. ;act :o organise and regulate the Militia ef the Territory uf rida." any legislative action which the crisis may seem to de- as a rmral sin.
4 1 Florida: nnd to repeal an act passed 1st day of Feb. 183. Air. Dennis, pursuant to notice heretofore give.l. asked mind: ) some declarations, which, in common with those Which was again read and adop!cJ.
\ : and for :other purposes," was taken up in committee of the and obtained leave to introduce a bill. iMitittod Anid I 10 which have been made by the states in which slavery exists The bill entitled An act to auth Irim the Gownorof
I whole alter some time spent therein the committee rosnnd amend an act, to incorporate the Ct "hall3a"k of Florida" may serve to enlighten the other members of ihe col)- the Territory of Florida to raise Volunteer for the de- V
V' oj Mr. Biount therefom, reported said bill to the house -which was read by thc title, and referred to the cummil federation, as to the unanimity prevading the whale Soul fence of the South.East Frontier," ivaa taken up in committee -
I : with sundry amendments, which repoit was concurred i in tee on Banks. on irm truly important, and most delicate subject. You of ihe whole House-after so ne time spent ib,rtin.
;r' by the House ; and Mid bill was read the second and Air. Morton without previous notice, the rule for thai committee therefore report for your consideration the lol- the committee rose, and Mr. Blourt therefrom reported
I 1-. third limes by the title, the rule being wnived, and passed purpose being waived, asked and obtained I leave to introduce lowing Itesolutions. he same to the House with sundry amendment Tber'eas
Ordered that the} title be as above set forth. a bill, entitled An net respeciing the hostile Negroes Resolution Firsl:-Resolved, that domestic slavery) ns and nays being required on agreeing to the report of
L : r;." Leave of absence is i granted t. Mr. Kenan, on motion and Alulaltoes in the Seminole Nation, and: for instituted in the States nnd Territories of the South whether : tho committee of ihe whole House ly 1: Mesr5.DuT5! .
V of Mr. Johnson, until Monday next. other purposes'1-which was: read and on his motion, recited to be cherished as n blessing, or repudiated as an evil, Berthelot,, were yeas Messrs. fluent Burrilt, IIgunt&
The House, in committee of the whole, took under con- I ( to the committee on the State of the Territory." are grave subjects for the exclusive consideration. poltti am, Hollornan, Hunter, Johnson, M :Cant.-, Mil', Mor
V : sideration a bill entitled ** An act to amend an act incorporating Air. Duval presented the petition of sundry inhabitant: ally apd morally, of those alone among whom it exists! ton, Ramsay and Walker, 11 1 Nays, Mr. PIiidC1ttMessrs. .
>> the Commercial Bank of Apalachicola." After of Monroe coun'y praying thn establishment: of a new Second- Resolved that the disposition: manifested' Berlhelot, Brown of Cnlun.bia. Dennis, Dunl,
0 sometime spent therein, the committee rose, and Mi County to be called Pinlll, "-which was. read and referred some of the States at the Noith to interfere with and disturb I Kenan, Macon, McNeill and Tnbo', 9. So said reports
I Duval reported said bill to the House amended, as had. on his motion to tin: cumnmtcc on the State of the< this very delicate subject, cannot otherwise be viewed agreed to ; and said bill is ordered to be engroa
t. been proposed by the Governor ; and said bill was read Territory. V than as an evidence of a feeling hostility to the most sacred third reading on to-morrow.
the second and third time by the title, (the rule being Also, a petition from sundry inhabitants, to incorporate rights of the South; und must necssnrily if persisted I A bill entitled An act to raise a Regiment of Yofoo-
waived on motion of Mr. Wood) and passed. Ordered the City of Key est-which' was-read, and on hi- motion in weaken the bond which hold this Union together-anhat < I teNs in this Teiritory" was read lb second line, wbwn
hut the title be as above set forth. referred to a select '{"mmitlec-Messrs. Duval, whether these: attack on the institutions of the South > motion, the House went into committee of the wjw8
The House then took a recess until four o'clock, when Biount, and Burnll were appointed thereon. proce ed from fanatirks or not, it cannot impair the obligations hereon-after some time spent th rein, the commits
the members again met. Air. Biount otl red the foUiming Resolutions, viz- ol those, from whoe homes the missiles are dischar rose, and Mr. Morton from said COlI mince reported &. ,
, V V Mr.\ ller helot presented the petition of Richard Hay- WHEREAS, On ihe 2bih) of December, 1835, Major gel; ; to nullify the organised means of the incendiary, for ;ress, and asked leave lo sit again, and that twenty-fa
;FI J [ Wood, praying reliel-which was lead, and with the ac Dade, Captains Frazur nud Gardner, Lieutenants: Mudge, extending his work desolnlion.. V I COpies: of said bill be ordered to be printed. -which rep
companying .documents, referred to the committee on I ienderscn' Bassingtr and Keins, and Assistant Surgeon 'l'hird-Uesolved That the exclusive right to legislate was agreed to, and copies ordered.
Claims, Jatlin, of iht United Siaies's Army find about onH hun. fcr the-government of the District Columbia; can confer The House then adjourned until -morrow rnornioj"
Mr JV,001rofrerC(1; Resolutions in rolation to an adjournment dred and twelve uon.commisMoned Officers and Soldiersof *0) constitutional power to disturb the right of 10 o'clock.
liii -,,' werc read, and laid on the table said Army, were attacked and ciuelly murdered by the as exiting in the Slave; and that: any action of Congress
Mr. Huval offered a Resolut.on. in relation to line, col I Indians and Indian Neg.-ocM of the Seminole tribe, whileon under such a recognition of power; cannot but awtken the Tuesday, Januaty f 19.
V lee ed of Free t'groes-which was read and bid on the their march frnni Tampa. lhiv to Foii King, for the alarming apprehensions ofnli the citizens of ihe Territory The House met (pursuant to adjournment, a quO 1D
..ablc.'J irnteriion ol the citizens of Florida: :. And wheieas, du- 01"1 Florida; who are unwilling to ackimwled n thai the fun- being present, the Journal of yest:r ay't Iroceed
Mr. Hawkins from the committee or. EnrollmentsI ring the present in urre(.tionilr.\' \var.inadc. by said Indians amental principles otrightt and securities guarantued Under was read.
""r Ueporled correctly Enrolled, -An act to amend an act, and Negroes, several other Officers and Soldiers of hu I the constitution of thu U, Stales; were forfeited by n On motion of Mr. Biount Mr. Bu-ritt is added to :
cmuied: an.act to organise and regulate the Militia of the U. Stales' Army, and several citizens! of Florida have been iigrnalioi to a country, the domain of which is in the "o- Judiciary Committee to the committee on Banks, alld th
: I.erntory. of Florida, and to repeal an act passed 1st day killed by them and a largj; amount ol valuable propert) ernmcnt of the confederation of said tutcs. n ominiiie.5 on the State of the Territ)ry-
t of February, 1832. and for other purposes." destroyed And whereas, it i is bee'uiing; that this Legisitive FOUith-That while the people of Florida still repose Also, Mr. Walker i is added to the committee on tbo.StJ1OI
., Which was signed by the President, and countersigned Council should not only express their feelings, with i I i.l confidence in the patriotism and justice of the IV-onle of ol f the Territory, and the committee en Claim arnJl
d' t; by the Clerk of this House, and ordered to be tiansmittedio reference to thole'h,. lives have. ben thus :saerificed Ithe North, to correct the evil of which the whole South I Also, Mr. Miles is added to the conmiltee on lot
the Governor for his approval. but also to adopt measures. for thc remuneration of those'hose complain[ ; yet should they be disappointed in this just expectation Improvements, and the committee on.Elections. ob-
.V Mr. Duval' from the committee on the Militia, to whom properly has been dcMrojud.: Be it therefore ; they hereby pledge ,hemselves to make com- !Mr. M'Neil pursuant to previous nMice asked tad -
said bill had been referred-Reported ts instructed Resolved, unanimously, by the Governor und Legislative mon cause with the people of the whrle South should itbe leave to introduce a bill entitled, An Act :l retained to
raid committee, aibill entitled An act to authorise thi Council ol the Territory of Florida That ihey have necessary; to perpetuate to them and their posterity, the peal part of. the 5ih section of an act entitled 'ao .lId
Governor of the Territory of Florida to raise Volunteer. I the most sincere and heari-Ielt sympathy fur the families ;:/A/i6r/5'/ ? and securities appertaining to them. make permanent the county seat of Rladwon count me
z'c;' V for the defence l of the South-Eaat Frontier without amend- and friends of the brave, bin uiifiiriiinaic' 'Officers and Sellers !.' iMflh-lherefore Resolved, should a convention of the tor> other purposes,' which was read and referred to
V ment-himself and Mr. Hawkins not concurring in the who have fallen in defence of their county, and en- Southern or Slave Holding States by general comenl be Judiciary committee. ajk

report. trtain the deepest gratitude, fur their :ervicea: und respect ceommended: ; the Judges rf ihe County Courts, a'here Mr. Blount gave notice that be will on to-morro! tor
Also, from same committee as instructed, a bill enti- for> their memories ; und that, as n slight testimonial of by authorised to issue writs election, giving due notice leave to introduce a bill to authorize t ic guardian o.t8
-. ; tied' Aa act to raise aReg.mentof Volunteers in thisientory'himself their fueling) the dek' ol the President of this JIuusu so that the people ol the respective counties may if theyso of the minor heirs of Jayeni Fonteuals H. ThIs dee.u
, V and Mr Hawkins shall be shrouded in black, und thu members and officers will select and .
e a 4I not concuuing: depute delegates to said Convention ofIhe to sell their real estate within this Teiritory. r
t: Mr. Duval moved, that said bill., just reported by the lereof wear crupe on their left arm during the Session.Be People. Also, a bill for the relief of the he rs and legatee
committee on the Militia, be made the order of the day it further Resolved unanimously, That the Governor 1 bog leave Mr. President, further to stete to the House Antonio Yillaverue deceased. .
c for the first day of July neU The yeas and niys being of this Ttrriiory be requested Io asseitain the I that a communication was received the chairman from Mr. Hollornan, pursuant to notice bereto :Jfj
V required on said motion by Messrs. Wood and Morton, names, residence, and nearest relations of thosit Officers, our esteemed fellow'citizen, Col. Garden, accompaniedby asked! and obtained leave to introc uee a bill -v ''
- : k vere yeas Mr. President, Me ur. Brown of Jackson Dldiers, and Citizens, whi. have been Zililin by the indiana 'ian assortment of the Tracts which are printed for disbution An Act to regulate the patrols of th) Territory o( act
V V Dennis Duval, Hawkiiw and Hood, 6. Nays, Messrs' and Negroes ; und in bihalf of this! House address I,. by those associalions-which communication, Iala ricJa"Yhicb., ..wu read by the title and referred to i
fr. BenheJot..Biount, .Higginbbtham, Hunter, Johnson. Ma a I letter of condolence, und t-nclo.-e. : a copy of these Uesu- instructed by the committee, to present the house, with committee, Messrs Hollomaii, Jobnscn and DUTpo r
. con, McCants, McN iII, Morton, Ramsay, Tabor and lotions to suchl-ehuived ; and also make a Report of said 'U request that it be read by the clerk.. ) Intcd thereon.

1 Walker 13. go 'Kid 1 gtotiaa paj Jcetj aad Aid b4L DUlC' to the next Legislative Cuuacil of ibis Territory. The tracts are now on my.4eiji. wtoe any oftht mofe-' I C V [.Te bo continued'. jo our nexhj VV ,J.

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: : I II be the first lo sound the alarm yranny, and we would bum j manner so well Calculated. defeat tke regular Ftjrcg &xs THE VmiTztf Sims I.
compel -The Auti Gazette
action of i
LORIDIAN by the force of public Uic furX destined to act,against the ene u tlI| last ol the propos fi.n i made by the U. Statn .
opinion to du his illgoui1t.aiw the 'fb iwing Ir.nsatJun fur
I duty !Ifour a treaty of Commerce
my. be with the
army thus retarded in its 'fnini Gentian Com r
But operations an articue in the Courier .
Ag BB now when the frontier i is bleeding EtHLs U- ;'niercial U nino.
A1 I at every there be nis nrthts The Moniteur du Coaniervc f.1
$ can no doubt that city ,
2 the willcontinue which ewislder
the last in-
pore, we can hardly find words enemy paper the! only which
JAN. sjo."In lo p.1per|
express our re- leiliffeneefKiniliraiicv'rdaiiveiu f curnruents on this; intiiTrgence : .
SATUUDAY. gret thai ctIi, depredations, his massacres an i mur mr ditficuUi[ considers it '
an t should be
, -- made to excite popular dera. I M decisively I f-vomble, amieaWe probable that sucl a rropuIIOM *;- r
appeal to brave restnt. has been
)0 Gl\'ernor of Florid, doubts and suspicions by the application of every mnii-io every uTile account* t. the Vktori.i ; umade. and remark that a treaty hi"
: r hte one, who is .if y are encitinig Ct"hI1otfcc.mtf
) u. Da.,1 such an epithet as "Satrap" lo the Executive worthy being cuuliJ red tit t. b >ngisiiihequesiioa which bhi | leciprocny, appeals to LeClI1hrll I!,>i
Arrangements and other at i ot.r oCCu- natural
than
e'cmng. slave ; of
JasL a lo c-iri.-rqi.ii.ee the
guout with the ned all
IOITB nexicxpedi- | minds gvugrauhical pobiiio.i
, ir"'\t d ID ciuzeus to give him a allusions to Persian havs, when speaking the lion to that iis imp.Ksit.le. now tMloiibiol of the iw! countries,

. bc' made by our enactments of the LeJ Iuure.'e would carry the war iuto the enemy's country. a. happy igst.e to .Uiew long di ussiotw.' Alter I Ti.c rennri m1.Lime *.
lire ask I am authorized ltat gmid will | :. approaching t"VJcn: lion of
the so
by Ladies
openly mamlesled
and Matron of the French
by
,
dinner- him how he Anemia hy the French
would have
lias
public _- laws other then that this of the Gjverriieiii, and uf which ihe President given rise to IIH.C':? t
part county, to say that they will undertake | CWllwl.. speculation on the prwbab'e!
for the they should alter not. fail [ results ofsueh .
Should
fi.und:1titm1 :1te\'er. rer' there be one set lobe directly! infi.rmed.ii t a nneusure -- t
be !
to eiiinut
all
. Tbcre is no for the rich and for the repel irrupt ions ofthe enemy in to any part that his second supposed : and the French Ministers have been a Dade Ims arrived at Camp King.lo one poor Or should they of ron. And message will Contain a snMe! lit rase centre lor the intention ;
L thllt bj. be Jefe they hereby call upon you nr recurnmendatinh Ota they were 8\ PI|>waf.: .
excite hopes which must ,bebI2"lcd.'fjltrc co constructed as to be evaded and set aside kPrctd nature to provoke new It) enlertain
f.rud! forthwith; to the field d.fficulues.. ol'abjndoning the possession or !
be of battle and We iai '
llarr. .
"ouM i f :
I 11 of thc inelanclmllyTI ) by every lawyer capable of cooperatewith ",iioiiiinlai, the an- plaee.) Some remarks
Aiubt making a special plea. : ou this
i isl their sons nuiiciatiun of this subject :q|:(>ear m.
and fiends special
Jmsbands will I fJi\
retard for
Hi an the
put inessage
: has much to for I II t CoHsiiimiitnnel of \N
but untortulIltl'' mcn. answer unless he considers end to this some weeks tiie definitive- solution ednesday, and the si! .
brave of
of those I hi i;: columns totally_devoid of influence in thus disgraceful war. JOHN BELLAME. but we have the affair vantages which the occupation of Ancon: u-otUi:
endeavoring Elsiuore Flo. Jan. no longer any doubts as to ihe II !
24 1856.WASHIKCTOK. man give to France, in time of
in event a war treat.: .
to create ncr which :::
di..triet in a few lliys will havehUflJrJ F'X' suspicions of tyranny and in- the French cabinet and Chambers out are eiiumeraled. ; If

Tile' MidJle engaged in iheScminnle jiwtice J&diustlaws intended solely for the public I will receive explanatory phrases of the first r The evacuation of Ancona the .

wen' underarnw! defence. The and the 8w6ird he I Jan. 11, 1336. message, which at the time, we quoted with such : ment, and : the at present rt.t; t "
equal to (nt -third of the ef.men puisc says, are :n present doubtful stale ol'at tEii .
lively satist *
fully
Dear Str I ;
A umber in :- have receded letters from clinu. It i is evident that France, whik.preparing is I.
sir. the hands of'one individual. Is he afraid that every finally described as one of the most impoliticmeasures :
) in it. he will part of the Territory, in regard to the Indian war for wai, which we no longer look on ;i* which could be
rcLvC (turn dictator, and play Cromwell on us at possible, \Viii Jot begin it, and that of hostil adopted by the Fretnh! i
I acts Government.
now in Florida \\
.. I Vclf-rd! left tii! place on Tuesday last I! the head of a thousand Militia, officered by men from raging Gen. and amongst others one ityt, anu reprisals, or non intercourse adopted by entertain liatevr apprehensions the C-tbtiiuiiunel .'
Hernandez it
Maj. ; all of which I should may appears ''-- "
meet and protect the arms now nl their own choice ? or ]perhaps) that he will cur b Congress, could alone induce her to put in motion tai that the French pretty
guard i tft to but it the Government have not resoiveii .
i is
.llh happy answer, impossible. I take imposing force she is yet
occasiwn
the this
fn.muS'lIstn.. nipt Army, by having authority to borrow collecting at moment. loab.indoii Ancuma. One of the IlmiittrriuI -
.D thl'lrI $ therefore, to say to y.u, that the most The article of the Moniteur, who:* journals .
20,000 of every
-- on lltcjailh the Territory ? !!! word is official we perceive, repeats the sti.temvut: ,
indicates
and efficient this wa'ssays ;
It
posi
lively
prompt measures have been taken ttiaijnew; eouiracl lor
ill Columbus and AugusifllTiUali ihatpai the "supplying the truops iu
\Yc a wre ciurlricnds tLLAUASI3E, 25th Jan. 1836. for the protection and preservaiwn of the lives and pared duly government" to be pre Occupation tot the year 183G had bet made, and
"ssre has not been burnt and plun- To the Cou. of m every event to pioucl the interests of udila, lila i i. needed
\ Lrg. Flcnaa : property my fellow citizens. Upon the receipt France. Such is the nol to be inlorzned of thi> eucuiiistaiicc : I
d 'red a reported to them, and no apprehension I IliSISof In rctu in ing lo the Council the act to raise a Regiment ol( the first intelligence of the hostile of in object of the armaments preparing to kuniv that tint rumour rc: pt"c'lIIg!
movement our
-: .
an
jKiris
object
of Volunteers in this Territory, ii behoove purely ddt IIo.I\'l:. ihe evacuation of Ancona
sudl :1 r lamll.v. ,I me the Indians I There was entirely gruutl.
called the does ;; -
on of not exist
to remark, wit* all deference to muse who have Secretary War ivha at this moment, any cause

-in the Gulf of Mexico, liasleuii i! passed It, thai 1 consider the provisions of it wholly immediately ordered a supply ofarms from Chuk.rn of war between Franae and. the United Statesand less.TJie deputies are4beiijnuin .., Iurn

Ollr.vtl:1litlll'ei) with I mcxpeaiiDS.. Legislation for the benefit and advance-I ,. ..,'Inri-.. ._,.".,.'.'n'......(., t.KI, ut.t. ._....:. 'CO._. t i HI, no case will the firaf. nycfression- .o- ------- _'glylP_n._ .ltiti"... ?-.....:,... 'rOI.i ucviirm. ...- __- lumisieriai'.. ..L_sr' '' rrpe tie
and men
: JOIHl'S .ut.j.
rlfoirs siugusiine ire
crisis of our a t JUXIIII;:
incm ul individuals ranee.
in the present particular in reference lo niat- i f&
)
and from N. Orleans to have unulhcr 'Prc idt."l1t
Sr. instead t lIf)1 t
to
Marks &
Vupw .
worthy 1)1'nil. pra) ise. The J frig: tie I II teis 'viici atitci the public interest, is always objectionable. -He also au This intelligence by the Victoria to us hut ft is .
promptitude appears certain thai tile Cabinet
does ? iuitc.tLI !
thorised not
cllaiionandSlo.'ps-Hf-War Vandidia. and Sr.I I The country alone should be legislated a sufficient Mihti.n force to terminate the so decisive, that wedo not douh: that it will have ) oppose 'his re-election. Ifi1inisters lid 'f
Genl lor. o:'n. :
I Louis, besides smlllt'r'l' :stls uf \.rIre already The Act under consideration is an authority granted the war assj>eedily as possible. I have this day had a the f favorable members influence both on commerce and on him, they would also be obliged to revoke his :1t'.e, I.d

of:1ction.We hy the Legislature to persons designated: to appropriation increased in the Senate to $1 20- alone Congress whose final resolutions pointment as Procnrenr General I of i ihe < ;ulJr' nf .
the iccne after the
al raise, an mdejHMdant Regiment ot Volunteers, the 000. Every possible precaution has been taken hasten, declaration of the French Cabinetcan Cassation.; and the differencesbetween th. Mins

West that "Ificersv olvlucli. as may probably have been intend- to provide the necessary ways and means of de the payment oi the indemnity or posi- ters and M DUIiu arc not of importance euouir:. ;
k-tkis
learn i.y fnm Key greltJpprcht'ujtllls id, arc lUbe chosen by ihe Volunteeis. III tile shapein fence and pane it4indeffinijely.(? say this on the presumnhm-| to lr.ivc lecourt-e to :uch au exIreiiimty. BtsidtM -* '"

e\Ut there. A family has been .: w .icii it is itre. entedjit is equivalent lu a dedara- to urge them to the scene of action ion lhat the second message may already have ,Dupin itnriK'dialely on 'his arrival a. I'a:.-*,

murdered near Cape Florida: and several 1 PIllll:1-j luni, that the.( crsoiis incnu ,ntrd MI the bill shall bommalllll'r without celny.: i shall continue to pressnu the been communicated lo Congress; should 1 it be paid a visit lo the Duke deBi'oglie, and yrsterd
ut' the llepm.ent to be raised ; because, Secretary Congress the otherwise, we should not be .
lo learn f
adoption *>f surprised thai at
ed. A !letter fiom St. Agiistinc states every measure evening l\laLidau'l"d'\ppouys he WiIS' conversing -
u%%flS ilestro> I lie inference tau 1) anses, tna those ulllnl1 be recivtd ihe intelligence of
should
that may tend to give more and efficiency to-day induce the Presi very I familiarly wiih M Guiz.-Peace i madeiiul
that 1Jj. I'uinani I has had :/ii engagement near and admitted into tile Cot ps, who shall convent energy dent tn consider such -
I to tins result. '1 his be ri&hi and( to those already taken. I hope in:1 a measure unnecessary. ; will r.onlnue until the lirst 1 fie; k iu \\ hlch M_
: xvith may proper; fexvj Thus far
ftniiiko, ami tva* compelled l Irt retreat: the i the Courier des EtitS Unis and DtiiJ indulge.
at le.tst. I .an not prepared to Tneyeiillenicn we may .M.lJuVil1 is tIme Br jughamof
say oinerwiae. days to have lime lo write g.
killed and wounded out of 70 The you more 'fully-and in may add in confirmation of this confident t The ,
men. lime
ii ,of 35 \ selectttt and named, inay)bc and doubtless detail. languagesays I rJllce. has not yet come lo IIC.; I
In
,'hole country in that quarlor i is ruined. are cthcitnt, worthy, and ganant men. and capable the meantime, I begyuu to publish this American, thaI I tellers from Puris, writ'eo I him as the whig. have treated the ei-chinceior; .; :

so inke___ iiuun_ ?__.PInr.t.s__ __ Ilie, hisrh and rf'sonn'lhll' hast v note in .your .paper, that the ,ntitih rnJIv.. I in quarters which entitle them to entire_. r.rt'aliL,. .. .. (hut it will sutUt. :irrivE ; > 1
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:.rnsi, ol leading to the held lIlt proposed lligltneuL of 'vhat ban ieci done for their relief; stale in substance that "if the mess.-; shall' only:

Gee Gaincs 1ms arrived at Pensacola, on a tour 13m is u jus ic. to the re>i ol'the l'ummulllj', 10 enact and to assure the unfortunate victims of this .; contain explanations, which without any dewtiou ,.;- Nosi FElLOWSThe rs'eais.of Saem! a -e the lcfd..

ofinsrirfli: He i ill tal.ijijj: active mensurese to A law which concedes .0 lour persons, rights, umhotjtv savage from dignity the fret'licrenllU:1Y give, the a fin:lir ser ol the great cargo of tea in the More of OsboamlYoucg. /.. i

.fljtjjlfflC'/ into the Territory. The and privileges, uhich oiliers ii2iLaL uith equal .\61rf re, that 111) best exertiiinushiiIl he t1s jd would be at once settled!,-but that even if Inc .-Ou Tues-day the day before the fire, ,.

wid an!$ I l'rll IJJcl) lay ciaim lol T. auihoiise the laisiugui.d to obtain from Congress ample"pro vision 'fur the French Government should not be satisfied wiih they were ofi'er.-d oC00, profit on the ui.i>.e tarjjv. :.14':
Orleans and Hnton t:
tr.II'S'j al.Vcw i llotige, have tirganiMiig a volunteer loree generally, with l iossc K they have sustained. Ihe message, there would be iu> ion m the i hey aid 10 ther: Mipereargo, h 2>tall we t ike It :'
Urn ordered on,a Uti it i t'xpl'f'll'lltllatl l.'ie rejri {'erims ion to seKct otiuvis, is itlun the range of. of Vranee but airgie> 'I would aJ\i>e you no.," said hf. '-1i ou can, ly I
I Your part the affair! would be
but confide the most ob'dt. servant permitted keeping it a month "
to trust make
vidmuiy practice ; specially S-UtyUOO.) The: did bl
.stationed at the Jelll-rson IJarrjcks will *
went join to linger until the 4th March JS37 when with-
lay' Legivanve en..ciinent to lour JH.TSOIIS, is ulto- JOb. M. WHITE. and lost mime whole. Alter the riie, the Mioeic&rgurecalled
jlicm.Capt.. te.her ol thiiei ems! Jinji.nl I and cnaracter, and uliords out asking any explanation from the successor 01!fGt the vernation, and iereicd itJN'o's,

-- to oilier ell 1.113 JuSt Around cf lomnlainl. Tlie one n. Jackson, the 25,600,000 would he paid. said they "i IN all t for the bes*. Piuviderue knowi R

Huokcr on the louer Suwannee, a few 'l.uhll1ljl'n tne hod .o as much worth and merit, a.s WAR DirAaTMcTJ France it is added, not wily does not de"ue war, I better than you do. It mig.U have been tought by : .

!I I coiil1 cutne tori. ; the other, -ends lo close the door Jan. 15 130. 5 !but would regard it as a cafatnit. though if : 1l1ore tha could not bear the less a.s v ciiu we

ii vs since. finding) ilie t.pp"Mie Link in possessionfifalftiul ; 'Jl compeli..on, by vicluJ.i.g llo.u the ranks ihoej SIR:-I have the honor, in answer to inevitable, she would PU I:great lortlm her om lUtiSt strength can." Noble leliows:Herald.

I ( 50 lnthiiiv crossed over with i t nine men I:I j i ivhu nnjMit be indVpoaed to .vitld the nghi into the letter on the 7th iiift, to your I to carry it en effectively.-' 8"'f

t in. attack thrill A* lie l.indcd, two of 'his men j juvrc I I hand! ol such persons as might be rr.ari-cJ with communicate to you a A London; pa per uf b c. IA says:-"The American LIVERPOOL, Dc. IS. ..1,1
I ofthe Lt.C"o'taken I
statement
the lorcc. measures which have Corric. Sales
sinil! tw! n-une vith nine led l!?, t trie other 1lilli ]:J I taiMiig I II question continues \ occupy a very prominent Pbntaiion: h-rt\e bteu more f-nj
i Inulhel' objection foicby: ) :1f1 ('S By the terms here for the suppression ofthe hostilities with the extensive and comprise 2:0 casks Jamaica. Clean
of "I
the Paris t
!
firr. With his re-mailing: men, he boldly/ !!! Ira law pasieJviiinn/ a :e\v days.: aral under tne pace in the colunvw Journals. :
I Seminole Indians. The I'ntroduced ordinary qualities are ill good demand; and J for
feature the is
'l'II.lItllc t'11t"1II'liJe n: which, flu tc for the lieid! only new on subject l-tJ
pruvixiuns
cll2r ilms rugged; 'liiItiat ; your present : these, sorts former;
,. i! is organism;:, an.horny is given lo make drat, and Gen. Clinch: is in command .f the Uaited States the assertion that Great Britain has again cc tft red, prices were fully m.intained; t ,!
gut adrili, jind I IK: ":IS left! uiili t no alternativetiui I i : hul I :nod md tine, beit-gin more hmiu-l: I !
fur the medium of Ambassador. Lord I request :
Alcsttruly our
rf'CCu't'JlI1llt'CIS, a seiviceo: MX inontlis. Troops in Florida, and lie has subject to his through
victory, or death. After a close and deadlyMntcst I I i b it hojted and believed, t..at tie irontit-r ditmbances' ->- orders GrJu v illeher mediation lo preserve peace between : sold! m many i'jsiances at a blight; rediction; 40 l!

fsome miuutes the s: ':lges were runtedtuilm'iere ; xviurh HUM- unhappily prevaIl, wul nut fourteen companies of the Army. the two countries; and further, tint time terms in bags ltmarin sold: :it 94s for low middl,nir.-NoI 'hf

j : loss. j!: prt>bably con.iniu a third of me tune, yet iL is inconformity TIle Governor of South Carolina, Geargia, Alnml which iheiriendlv mediation is tendered are of a I sales of For lgn. t

to the ordinary usages of the country to .I 1.3. .n1-. VlMrifli. .., .:\'" t..n.. .r..I1.. '. ,.,. 1.L... _. h_. _.:... _.*.1 .... .... _I....I .. .,... = '. RICE.-No -action has tnkrn t Iace- durina _,_ij
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| h limit the ;ervice to six tU lJths;unless! the miuxeitv. 'I".n- J" '- vcJ 1pi."csI' ; YC UUIJf the week in Carolina or East Indtn.COTTON. .t i\1
I Ttt-rlvc friendly! Indians I i i arrived yesterday t from be sooner terminated. under the orders of Gen. Clinch, such l Ibrce as he character. Lord Gmnville, il is stated The demand
Irom tue trat has continued ffiji
Tampa-T'.f'wi' act as guides to the exp dl* I The Goveimncnt of the United States, cetainlyconnot ) may n'quireIId he has been authorised to call has communicated without reserve 1 the sentiments gtnxl throughout the week. In the eailyparlof t.'l
desi.e continuance nf he ., ... of the RriiUli Govenimefit on the subject to Louis
I a eampuigna aletUd mo- lor ki>jt uvH.a iiiav, 111 In* jnl1 "- it erahttLri-ikntss:
luiu iviiicli: will march I in a S lew davs from t this i in & Ihe >\vliicunccrvs.ty may impo e. Philippe, and it is further added that I.is LurdshitJ prevailed, with a

I. ]II>brr. They, state that the loss ol I the Semmoles The war in.ist, necessarily prove ejK.'iisive, and, ment render necessary. at present stands in hi
I alIke bat tie (If the \ t''ilacoc'(lIe(, was one him- ; as ear y a* possible, the desire of -he Government The Sloop .,l War, Vandalia, is already upon The question of Russia also appears. to occupymi iwodats t here has been less animation, and qUI .

drrd and four killed. I will be to terminate the contest. W i h energy and I the coast, instructed toco-operate with Gen. Clinch incniidulcnilile uonUm ut'llic attmlioii of Li isPlullippe's tattoos remain without any material chauge. bOO "
I Among W.UIJIJS Osceolaor I activity it cannot endure beyond sixty days. Such Gtivernment Amerieau and Oo Egyptimave been tab'non >ecutdtiiiii ,01
serious ehetisioums &j -
I and three Revenue Cutters have been ordered ( a pit
I {?Well; who, thev. S.I.\., received two wounds, 'I! i iI ii fiankly inv pinion. The fact is not to be dis- jug entertained as to the intentions ol the be-I. mid i'OO' American, IjO Eiryj-liaii, 300 ;

t did two (toys after ih. action.Tiic j jiml !I puixcd that a"bin[ to iar-c a foicebut for fair months, one for the St. John's and the others, to the coast toward not only Francfj but this couutry also j.: Bengal and or st India. Sales! of time week AT.

rqturted death of l'oell is not iienenillycredited must unqucstioiiab \ trammel one, v. hicii demands a wt-stnfthe Peninsula, with directions lo carry into The Temps has an article nn t the conduct of KnsMa \I 21.-J20 b.Ies incluihiiij; 310 Sea Island 41 Sid. a 7 .
service ol'six months. :3d 20 Stained C 1-ifu 13 7550 Bnvet''
l 11\,' uur em/ens.: A country pussessed of large population might effect allY instructions they may receive from in winch it asserts that Ku:: ia is at present ; ; Georgia
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1 10 1-4 1050 :
j 17.i ; Moltit'Af.IJalllJ. and .'enhmessee
4. adilv tiiconntcr the uu'onventchces ot"those ditlernccs Gen. Chinch! preparing armaments, with a \';l'If a war, at
-- .as .o the bf-rvice ; but here it is otherwise Five hundred stand of arms with, the requisite no distant period, :1H'aIIot! both England and I/6a 10 6 4; t030 New (!call S d 3-4 a 11 1 2. 1mrains -
CILUXT ,
t
Amu:.-On the 1 12th inM. Colonel j of Die week 21/259
One 1il hi ol!
Fi rda France. Accounts f: Berlin that
pifscuts a sparse population. amimition have been ordered f tmmn state I Count
Parisli at the head IIf two hur.drcd Volunteers 1 those who legally are rtquiieil 10 [bear arms, have to be issued from Pahlen, the Russian Minister; at the Court of Liverpool Uollon 3IarkttDec.il.1

from this dMiict composed ol* ihe Companies of j been cacd:) for under the provisions of your lirst 1 Augusta, upon the rcquiwitiou lien Hernandez.: France, bait wiitlen to his Government I lor; instructions There wy a p)od demand lor Ctilton yesterday

Captains, Alston, Bellamy, and Ciurll, had n !I Il general .law ; and jusial the moment when that call Gen. Clinch has full authority to cull for such how lo proceed with respect the comments I uiul 3.5(0 bales sold wilhout change: ; to day
w.is atHiui to bo met the people are warned tlu. ab-uit 2,500 b..h.i are Sold: and t the whole:
the
I'll
l ordnance stores as he may require, and the same made hy I the Journal des Details and other
'hirj.!
enciiiintcr: with a large lx .ly of IIIIJi Ia u.- : there is a better bit and one ol. more hunted service market IS lOll er jI\\'t'r.;

! The attjid. commenced with I the advanced guard .::I fr the soldier ; and 'aun'ng declaration* are made, authority lav: been extended to itu Governor of Paris .jmperson; the Emperor's speech \\ .rrSit\\. -."-- fr1Iwrf14T
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uuilcr C that vhc.her iL he opprovrd or not, them is a power the 'I'erritoryCell. ; ,S'.> Should Russia be really serious in her hostile indications i- -
:pt. Bellamy who had. been allowed I
,
by .- towards France she the I1A1t1NtL1'f.:
.: in the Council :u conuol all Executive objections.Be Clinch has I been also directed to may adopt, course
UK enemy. ) pass lheir main i lx itlv. Col. Parish i I it so! Whocan1or has a light to speak, officially, prosecute taken by that Power towards America-complain __ I

lnmtdia1t1lI"tl'Ultl: forward lo his support, ; oi confidently of the views and intentions of iluLeg1ulatnie the war with the utmost vigor, and not to allow of offended dignity, the insult to national honor, POli'lUlfc'f.; : : '. iI ; '1

licn btlI1cl 'lIh' he was attacked I on both l flanks by :! 1 Iwow nol : U is enough tor me to perlonu, I the Indian any pacification until they are redu. call 'for apology or retraction, and should the required ARflLVED. .
what a sense ol duty to myselt and to the people ol be withheld! Russia 21 l Brig
t1j* : i ced to unconditional submission. concessions may then : Susquthannah, Bright two day> fi'om10 l- )
enemy placed in :lIl1hll )h. The Volunteers) : this Territory, in niy humble; estimate of things, require i with'America bile to the maMer 2odito 'r. i'.Ujr.ui theina&ter
make cause and with
common iud
war
wdc an unsuccessful attempt to charge on horse I:I *, and kavc to "others, a perlpnu.iiire ,,! ihciricspcctive 1 I cannot butlupe that lhee measuies will be France become inevitable. In such a case we .\ others. Piuscngers, Messrs.Vm.. ; right and :I?
luck trusts.I But to KnowKdge of maiieis sufficient: lo restore immediate J ,
found
I -They Jour tranquility. nll. hiarringcr.fn :
then
were dismounted and formed in discover how
II submitted cannot England can possibly Preserve .
much better than own. is u ,
perhaps
I my
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'dmirallt, Very t'ct fully, fif'
, : order -TIlttll'n. charged upon the whether it u in the range of equitable demand to require r-sj a strict neutrality. Our Government may .iO'1CJ. 1

/ (/.'. in a manner worthy of veterans. In the i a serv.cc of six months Jrom one portion the Your most obedient servant, f forsee the same difficuny, and in the desire of [preventing !. weeks after date application will be made to

t t q tufau I UC, Cnpt. Uelhmy 1'I\'illg' routed the I I"cling I i community, and a reduced service of but four iroin LEWIS CASS. such a difficulty arising, may originate Sx Hon. the Court lor the County of Gadsden I.7J'
at
,) another, at one and the same time; and whe.her atj Hen. JostfH M. WHITE, the anxiety of Lord Pahnerslon and his colleagues for letters of uJmiiiisirutioii on the estate of Joseph.elds .
I pjrsy opposed to him, fell! hack. upon theI I j: a moment of admitted peril and anxiety and when I to preserve peace between France and America, laic ot'swid county deceased. : .;

"tin body. The t.IIl'aIlY1.S soon forced to t.ke :I, a d I i> sought for in othri States, ol th.s Union, such House of ltepres ntali\'e8. by accomplishing which Russia would be left to 11. H. M. DAVIDSC N, att'y.NOTICE ,t t"n.

feller hi a thicket. By this time, night was com- t.[ a discrepancy may not have the effect to e.ubarra j prosecute her plans against Louis Phillippe's Government -! 30tli 1836. 2' Cw J
ill I I I thoic mca ule and that action which to be carried!
t t : on, it xva< not th"\I lat prudent to follow them, :' out speedily, is of \importance to the cowmunlr)'. | PARIS, Dec. 7, 1835. single handed. ", :

lI'kr l the locilitU-s (.f tl/| pbce and the JcHklll' 1 I One of the cogent reasons urged for this bill beloie We cannot give you better information on the Tne order lor the assembly of the Chambers LOST or mislaid, note ou JN,W. Wt lkcr for SG5 .

would lane given them Kreai Our the people, to induce them to its support, is that to subject of the question now existing between the on Ihe 29lh inst. remains unaltered, and it is now the first, of Jan, inst. All [>crs ns arecauiioueJ .1
advantages. I them belongs the risht; of electing their otlicers.- generally understood that they will meet accordingly. against trading lor the same as it ,, ill not be
- men retted on their arms in the open pine-wood*, tI t I It i not so! such may have been the intention of iu United States and France, than by referring you There are resident iu'Paris 247 Dl'puries l' LhJ. THUS.: L. AlA ;fHl.\B .'I

: .rtd to renew the action at day-light ; but II I II formers, but if the law be carefully lowked mo, twill I 10 the leading article of Ihe Journal Des Debuts rath of whom received on Tuesday riMmiing: their Jan..tOth 1839. 25 3w "W;J

during tl* night, the savages efiected a retreat. I b*. seen, that the field and start otlicers arc to be of this day, which we "know to contain sn exact sealed letters for the opeuingof Chamber on : OTILE. ; ;1

,! Their loss must have been considerable six I elected! by the captains of companies, and not by those I statement of the views of the French Government that day. those having claims against t le estate of o"
as who vo'.untcer.: It is not |possible for ii to bear any ALL f
dad bodies were counted in one part of the field 1 other construction when examined by intelligent :_" Every thing will nrnc depend on the G.. \\; ik. arc rcqnesied to prtscnt jti
From the JV" Y. Daily Adv. Ja *. 1 t. Hum properly auilienticalutl henry liouU, who l.
(ttb2Uk. Two and us advocates with anew to uphold it I will deer it ]
Government
days after, Col. Parish marched ), persons ; course which your properto will them on presentation.
should that construction 14 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPEThe pay iJ. .,
before the not
tben for Fort King, and arrived there m salciv. He j!I which evidently people, as, I believe, urge it is incapable of bear adopt; but we still incline to hope for the best. fast sailing ship Victoria Capt. Murrill arrived -__T__,_lal!___asse____inn.____uih____l&_:_U_.____25EDWARD___Jw_____________

proceeded to Powell1 town and destroyed it. j. in" LONDON, Dec. 14. 1835."I yesterday in a remarkable short passage, having HOUSTON. f ttf

1b* Volunteers) then returned to Fort Drane, But again !let me enquire, can this Le:isl tithe, in understand fr. m good autlmriy, that the sailed fh)m Liverpool on Sunday the 29th Attorney at Law.

'litre tlify\ are now cuC'.amuDt&J1 pursuance of volunteer any j owtr Regiment.they posse Jndependant We indebted door 1.. Ii. I'crkinsDruggist.
not come to hand. are to Capt. next to ti4
make to in the field except the tettlemenl of the qietlion at issue tt
to war, or keep troops of Englandr ,
Murrill for London and Liverpool of the + t
of Gen. Thompon.-\\'c learn from a in time of war, of which Congress alone poss s- beticeen thtm and the United States. Our ministry ISth Dec. papers Jun. :SOth! 1836 359m
declare it must judge. Under circumstance 1ijl
1I1\cmJ1I se.ssing authority to ,
"Itrn who was at Fort King :It time time of pressing necessity; the Ajilitia may be is determined upon arranging 1114m.Utr( and There appears to be a good deal of interesting- I l NOTICE.subsciiber f:

Gtn. Thompwn wax murdered: (i'.v the ravcircumstances called into er"&ctj; but it luust be a* Militia, ei her will strive heart and soul to prevent hostilities. news although it does not relate much to ou> I 1'UE) will &unu his hone, KIRKPAT- fi.t"i'

a gs, lhijtlhmc attending: Ibis mCln- drafi d or volunteer, until the President advised. I have therefore much greater expectation .f: country. The correspondent of the London Times the er.stui': 'aSIlIl, at TalLil us ct, ul the f

Cihy uccurrence, have been mis-stated General 'i hrri they may discharged or received, and if received in itatu than when I last say.-j, Lord Granville simply offered the gOtd otH. i Ockl.K-.kney bridge u; or near U hitni;;'. htoic, ani in ItUlltil. '
Thou1p1 can be organised under his authority, and things remaining quo ces England, without offering any mediation Q.uii-icy. Further particulars \\ ul !>*> jivi-n; m the ,"'1

Rogrrs 11 was nut dining at the house of -1r. I under the acts of Congress now in force. But until addressed ).I1.n between France and America. 'J here was no iJls. J AS. It, T. LUULUtlll..lau t,, ,1

hut was walking with Lieut. Smith a an action is had by tho President or Congress, no new J feature in relation Frnucennd the U. States 3,' 1S3G._2J :w_ ;.. ,

-burt distance from t the Fort organisation of Independent Volunteer Kginients of it did MIDDLE UI TRICT-Ltox C'CCSTI teiEuior. COCKTJohn ; ,1
when they were shot the tOThe Baltimare Gazette Tueiday, says : all remained as previous to Mr. Barton's
lor
icliance
do"n. N. c:1I113ke place. Tne oulylegal juc.sem L riclerst 1 tjiunmons ad! rojonJendum ins
blame fj
whatever, attaches lo the um. inus. be on the dialled or volunteer Militia, WAR lhIUGA gentleman. frou Washington kaiig.'flie j Trespass the CUM; premi- I J
till \ upon ,
w the garnon, as the whole transaction did with such explanatory and aiding laws, as it may be brings ihe information, that a sped.! message news from France, Spain, and clifl rent 1ummngJhnzon. I I E.e3-lulOdgl.1 i ;.',UO r '

hOt t luc tu1)y t\\'n minutes; besides, it is probable! the thepkasureof council to jiass. 1 entertain the from the President was transmitted t -by in Congress parts of the continent, is highly interesting. i: .ItSachmcnt issued'an. 2 ht I 1836. r-C.
t l had opinion that *l.e Governor & Council are not possessed I There had been a great fire in Pans; the a- i 11lthmutl lit Jfrii t trin, laJt for ;
I Jr Inv considerable number of the foldiers authority to enact laws, by wInch to pledge! the on the subject of our claims oc France- : mount of property destroyed is said to have been f ii2WU.

, and*d forth: the Fort would have 'x>en attacked money & resources of the general government. The which is of a decided character, indicating no ex- between 2 and 3,000,000 ofFrancs. rH HE defendant in *iid case, and all others interested D I

urned by the wlm in ambush law now fcubinitud lor my eon.idcration is of that of amicable adjustment. The Hairs of Spain bear the same equivocal JL of the i writ -
111 the KJvag, were I character and under this view of the case, it would lactation an _____. M'I._ _.IL..._...??,.C rv... r>__t..,. .....1 .1. .. ,. will lake, notice i.suigofsaid. ; _. Lot '
T neighboring thickets. Every effort( was; nOl be possible for me to issui commissions under it. aspect. A lie auucrcma"t; >i XSMII viarios aim mtr attariimcnt ami to appear lUlU pifciui o me uccirolion r a

wane fnr the recovery of the bodies of the unfor- .1. B. EATON. From the Journal of Commerce Jai. 14- forces of ihe Queen are still carrying on a guerrilla filed in said case uccotdingto the statute in such

tunate'ictims A letter from a fint rate source in Fonce dated sort warfare, in which the accounts given case made and provided. J. D. WKS'ICOTT: jr.
and their remains were subse- it is difficult to tell who has the ascendency. A I-led ..". 21si tS36. 84if A l'y lor I'l'ttl4ONS
S nlIJr Dec. 10 Hlva I wail with some solicitule for( the
I interred with To the Inhabitant ofUie Soutlitrn part of Jeffer- ;
appropriate ceremonies. ofthe when specialeaibassy is staled' lo hlveRet out from Madrid -
i beginnig nextyear we mat, expect| lo
J ton County! Flo: ihe heat of the '..; tat
, ... vour President's message, which luwever be to proceed to quurters army j. _
I ere at a loss to comprehend thc course of 1 saw on ekterduy in Mnnhcello, an appeal to see wha't it may, can lead to no hostile resilts. The of the North, having for its object the formation; /

the editor of the Imellicencer., Lust week I.eVJ8 t the citizens of tins county by which you are called more I think ol this business, the more 1 am assu- ofa campaign embracing the conscripts* lately called .

all *trot foiward delend firesides and to fear. There is out hy the levee en m $ni-but this week, we find him acrainj I upon to step to your red there is nothing no cause 1'!
the There however thai i 4.
to war. are union, ,
!Ironi the relentless Indian. I astonished for quarrel. Gentlemen iutelligente, passengers _
ngliw DUnks* on (the home, was D
j measures taken r.tr in the Havre arrived yeslcrday confirms the object ufthis embassy i is to propose a compromise -!
: uce ot'time Wlint and mortified. 1 locked upon this, as must every the Pretender. _
country: TVould be, what comes through all the letters lhaino hostile to i RO.REllT J. HACKLEY,
do'd Tr ftll| mutt be raised. intelligent and brave man, with shame and France FRANCE. I
aud
authority' to, measures will be taken by ; tliatlhe indemnity '
"-"'rt be vested BOrne where. The regret. No one can really beleive, that there is money is ready, and will I probably leptid upon We have received by express.Ihe_ Paris papcr? ..fltttfjonefr. .# ( missicn.tl rchanl.
'CL plt organic I of \\e&Jnesda v. ,Moat of-them bush!. t he nccimuui' I SXtlJri:; : ) :VYSV Alumhi *. &Sj.turdays.
pit
s i U in the bands of the Executive do any danger to our maritime frontier and I do conceive the arrival of the PreWl nt.. Uetsrge' at the } _

tbhwcfths i 'r litory. Should Uwt uthoriiy-so tbut no )patriot would be fount) acting in D opening of C"ugre; which appeared in a hle.nuoiber of ihe Augsburg lUkassce, October;, W ai. U-tf



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C ., I NOTICE. I ito

.. f JAMES JOHNSON BIRUE. HALSEY J. B.DRAPER. BULL, WEEKS after date, I shall apply! to the Hon .- -

; DRAPER tND TAILOR, &' TAILOR, SIX. the Jwlgft ol the County Curt of Jefferson li-Cove Pfl

for letters of lmhii.inilii-n on the cttnio
l Counly consequence
rjLL.i//JSS FLA: IN tber
JercuiidU Drew late of said <>"* ) us !
$ Sw > .
o iiTiiij ions If
; of
H .. (.Vex! door A'orth of F. Towle, Jeweler, in Monroe it.) I'LOlt1A 11 /\i f L J *-Mm-* L'*fc -* cincs i oir the public Jie.h [\ov ,

: HE would repcrtfully inform his friends and the / uui.d resmc.ifnlly inform his fricrds and former Montircllo, Dec. 1C lo.K. 20 6 sales exclusively 8g.nts ia "" I

.' ; public, thai he has just returned from the North returned Iroml country, from whon alone UilTercnt ethI ;
1' ru.tomcis, that he has just A c1UD. Ike *
I 1 genuine
vitif a new and splendid assortment of GUUUb in I li.ul and ar *
I ve, .rJt withu new nnd aolcnJid assortment o U> guard tic more 9 '
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his line. for the liberal share ol pat- UEALE.jJttorney 1I It ; efFectually n ,.
Feeling grateful GiuUS, which he i* now opening ut the old and well JOHN H. |,Is. ionsoi unauthorised Venders- her *
i-onajr heretofore extended to him, )he hopes by strict Merchant a Tailor i this h I Iii Boston i, -
nttnts Ne.w
merit of the same.ftn'ral known stand ..I II. H. & J. B. DULL, (recently occu- at Laic, Mvt&tUo: Florid. York, l>hij JJ.
Attention continuance
to a I pit ti bv the late I II. A. Picrsoii.) anti to which he mviicsllV'MJ < d the Baltimore, in make nu stiles lo i1lerc'zontj

.1Zaft ana assortment rcoiuiit / who wish Ui purchase cheap lor Cash :p WlLLprac.icein. ih* Court of appeals; ol. any of the Medicine lj beCarriemi,
District ft
middle J
4 'iff of /.L1ozeln : TALLAHASSEE, 4 FLOItIL.A call and examine Ins 3oriment, hick counts m ofhe j Larp. quantities ot a ptrnicious articic'in'i-!! '*'
;
do.Orakencckdo. tiiJI pan, of the follow ing, vi iz .- Florida. Nov. -J8J8 JL,, JlLli 'ihc genuine Mixtur: have been manufactured *
l : Wuc black miic.l bottle iflc1Si ,00
: green, Hi Olive! G'- f.hhi.luthc..- ; i* UH s. Cnvck & Co of
I London and Golden Brown, I umbAdalaJc liuc! Chek, own. e'n. NEW GOODS New Yefk < or -
violet and victorir.c, rv. nod \iXel >i-//i for sale. Tin: name nfJbwlanj Instt.1-!!!
concealed Stc
: mulberry, has rcerivt'd a eonpkte '
Li.'ick iMix.-d ; I t. S MILLER just a.iis, on li e boill.-s: of the
4.th.tts @ 6& ti'4 imiiaiioii. *
imrplc. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coat < t < < u'Illack vhtelt ho TL 3
; ., L ivcncei, and .5..e.-nuAv.d uL CA- r. i.x itt i f TAPLE & 1'ANCV PQ ariici r may be had of lie fotfo in n
CASS1MERS. 'UeV and snH'rI| A1 tide, never bet's' e oil- i d1l In w.ll se.! low for Casii. Cotton o'T'ni'p-vcJ nedi f oe ttttftt .?grnts in ti to part. ofuIoril''b, person- |

; f Corded, diagnal, buckskin, checked and pnr.icd, of ..hti JJSll\N f cijiiSStin Tn 1 lahassee, October S :1st, L'3--l-t1. E. IL Pcikins, General Agent
Tnt
l the richct cowr. i'l I t ark .m n i l;nie l/lo'.h; superior Bluck il! Vcl- NEW GOODS. \Vittiaiu Kerr c. Co. [ ,
'h.znasvjlte '
of various colors!
t GOIVL"S WAIR CAMDLETS F.UI. v t'i_, 41' >: ) >j p I'ulnl j>at; <>s, Clniilidi Ynrk J mines C. Ecd
ha e'v."I f' '" -luincy..
ri" 1E r 4 r. '
for Cloakj and Vppcr.L ji'
: I :- ,i I. \ '- t-- : -- : - Kerr & : tittgeSL Marks
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: L'y : li { ('t1iv4t S
---i m.
I am.Km, t -'ie vo- i. i i :it I'L. a! .t itiE: t: : & !
J silk Cravats f -
and rcaired!
I 4 phi plain ui--y I -
h. $ ,'.'- ;: ( ; : tI ( .
tL'.4 i ( t tV r T t i tV $ - p .
,
Netl Drawers and >!.: .J>. -- -- ; pri- re--nrm-.r1 ot'fi>r >-< who ar-- flinu
-every dcsoripliin, : .'! '' '! t tr .. ,. I1 witnn 'olcai
_
v- -4 j jM I, ;ir ;i !< ) tli. t-.I t r &l. : % -$ .. .I.e--_ S l
and fl.ttmel do by hc.ei.iu ol l-e.emb.i **
cotton / next, lies
,
CLOTHING.Dress I: HAL LY would re peo.l'ully i<>" iSO Ins on 4 ,iiIt 1? 1 t. .-m '. ; ? L Lt : t L.: is; A z\-\ tIat every a I- ition shall: b plefoI?
RKADV MADE turner id tin* Pin I M5.; '. '. : 15.. .1 paid for tie
: a. ic eiur- y, I l-'Ut' he is 0 .iiu-i: I.- - : s.- .
and frock coats, IMiuulonn*, lisurc-l ami ll'* 'J'.iikil .. ... '* .- i\ 1-. 2\ k ) i-; in da ion and eonvcniente of hi* patron* CCOni"
lug a i..y 13 U.j&iUj-i in nil I u u.io ii..f 'I <{- d i '!' -iI J i -. > /; > / > -' .id do ip-

I..; plain silk velvet, xclcntia, cloth, silk, satm, and lamand MI usor: to : c tale -irm of l .1 :\.. Pi > n C n.hs i.i t-S, '.'n and {J..i"i: ;! ; : -"- oiil' FancyvciveiMof.dl 4%'Bare now reeeivmi:, a' il'i l >! I" > A.A.F1

: figured maisailhs vesls. G.uts luir Cami.u-t old an i wed i.iiown land, on Jeller-Miu Mice [l'-i. t ; iis f' i.1g-i iN Citul.id Mils, IJlacka the I Iflihiim. at AI'XL1II 1 t -LA. a nr- -1'itatiasceo'-*-. -20th, 18. 5. I.rtfiTprVfAKB"

Cloaks and Wrappers,-Indian Uu'! .bcr over coats, opposite thb Store oi'lr, L'orsey, wheiv he is i re civ in, Emit 1 h ilk siiij.ed, d.., Calf: ; Challice: Vraleuirin cral stork GOODS to wh.e'i' w- i-ivt n.i'f ,- ; -- -------

? ; Jr'rock coats Wrappers) and Levins. in :4 a fresh supply of : Merino, and all I'Mnii' '*l approved p.U'erns that I ion olnur *ormer fiiends, and 'I. ols-is, rmr.ii\-!l IIANUI"AC1'ORy.

'I Also, a full supply of Silk and FurreJHATS ; are to l he liquid am mir! the latest impoitaiions. Also, Li-u sf1"lit attcntioa: xvdl! bi- ix n n all finii'istons. ifli I L11 it I THXl IM Mib.si-nl cwnuM u louu if

,-CAP S, & ti.XillluS-J; -. '.t.L-V.: iliLTuixcmjcr ,
a Fiiie Linen Shirts Whitcic lcd $
large assortment t *
of Consisting i.f! a splendid assonmeut of Fashionable M. llahassec, at t the; public -.ttsi '*
: His cloths were imported ion iln: Western part November ndly, ttot |lie .
l :i
Flanel l.t. 1S.V H t
: dodo. Iraww- Stocks Gloves Silk llandkerrhief I -
CLO re-c nt.'iietd Uio TINNING I
England, and he trill warrant them lo be oqual to any superfine TH, ASLMERS, and YES LVGS, _ an.l SlltLT I I
brought to this market, he will also warrant them tobe of great variety of colours and s-ve! togethc.- with .HIackSilk Cravats. (;tImi Elastic Suspemjcrs; G. H. & r. K.:: LLNUK: ; : t 1.1151 lIt 55, a s.d s i.o r t c.mly t.. iTppl thmse, 1to:

fresh, as they were purchased immediately on the a complete ssotment of FANCY All HOLES. ilk, Cotton and U'orslcd Hosiery, U emit Ieiiicii' Fine receiving per schr. Chasr, Irom 1 IJ lli ne, and! daily: wish to favor him, -hiss-i jit vvl ..!''e salon ,

: Stocks of the latest siyl Cravats Gloves Snpen- U-ja\cr ILlTti, o.itin IJ.-avcr i.i! Youth'* Satin I.ea- other vessIs n.ake iiiiy as tide it that Inu .ilsJ k
anival% of ihc pi CkCL from Liverpool, andeonscUfMiilynot ] expeetinu by a gei.eiat is-Joilniuil .1 1 rl ;mmitce
:; V inuired by /f/in j on Aim/. He h.ism his impiov- ders, Linen Press Fronts and Collars, Hos.ery, vcr de l Fur Si-al! Cap-, Umbrellas, and every am tide GOODS, cans.siin of Grocencs, Oiy ( sinsts$ Mines, I now t\vo lX jCi ii. r.( d uoikm.m, xvill at a'! tifltt
whi'ih is hait
4 r inent "the best "of vvoikmcn -and lie. will make ujxvnrk Pungce Handkerchiefs. tic.Likewuc needed lor a Gentleman's outfit.J. r.l no-ire. general assort ment of Fashionable and U.IJ.i: would also notify ih.it durin<; tnc past Summtr &c. All of which ofl'er I chants and whole sale dealers cotummtry.
i in the l best manner and at ihc shun-si they for sale low lor Cadi or on rca.-50iiaUcterpiii
: durable he has been e.-i a t-d in nianuf-'cmrinij the above his Store in Alonri'C
st. next door
xt.endcd
.1 All orders from the cnuntiy punctually lo country produce.Nov. toKobctti.iii Tai.d

2It, I85: 15-if REJpY-JMDE CLOTJILVG. articles, dtsigned paiiicularly! : f-ir this mnket. which Till, 1 "?i>j. 13ifNOTICt opposite Mart n and II.irl's store. '

1'4)V. Consisting ut' Over ( oats, Cloth and Goats Hair for cheapness and diirabihly, are not to t bf surpassed ADN A IO\ E. Manufartnrerof

Xi5IN1STRIVFOR'SNY1'ICE' Tani'olct Cloaks, Press mid Frock Coats, (Coatees, by' any in this section ofeountry ; and as the uoik IKVS- ; :. Plain M Jaxni'tin|
UatTa
Patraloons and Vests, of almost every vy-e :! been iflZUl. LIE) tinder his own iuspeciion, he can wiihs !L THE UNDERSIGNED hav.n- \\d. ii.i'ill .

.. Six niontlH after date we will apply n> the Jiitlgi eofihe L g.mds( and fashon: Also! Linen and Cotton .vhiis, < m-- itcrec of f cnnfidenec, ncomiiicnd the .unc toihosc tire interest ol Mr. G tlei.n purchased the en tIuns-e- ir 19L1) IS 1

County Court tit Leon County lor a ilk >Tett Murts, Drawersc., fcc. I who I wish topnehi.) >e a fir- rate article.! Hevould I eTab.IlmzneEmt Enioiy in the Aleich nti.e -I -.-. .
ci.n .ucted ih -
tcbar; o from ll lit' adininistration d t be estate olAVm I The Briber having en hand a large and well I I \ mc'-cly add! that! Ii i!; Cloths tiavs been, ; purcha.fd'miiiCJiatcly I I ron M I under film oi Be.-j i I jNOLICE.
Euii-ry in tinplrice, i.otities his trusts I and I it
? Jlall late ol'said, laid in stock( of Goods, wiil guarantee to Jurnisi: Hum the Importer, and aic from the l.i- m,1e !m a !,y frc : n.-tI flon CG.
: occ. counly.
hat lie is
arrivals. eustoiiitTs, no >\ rece vi\ig\ a i*''..eia. ..isMirmcr.t *. is-i. ring )
those test tiesjM.si or vua te
who fhvor him upon the Landing
pi ase to with tcir
may custom
J. C. HALL
Gmmos selected
I) by hnnseil with elm
,
in B lit
.
\vi h Miy'.triieh? in his line, on the lowest terms Tallahassee: Oftoher} 12. 1 ".'>. l ltf ime s | C> iiiij-iDv. int.-i ts> on the truce kiowiiastVe -( >
Win. HALL ton Icwork untl Ba
4' for cash ___ l t nmoie, an.l ol.ers the SaOfl j l'ur I -hise; and ;p.i-tt.-uutily from ..
or and solicits rti.
pio upt humbly as
payment ,
Admr's. at icduceil( pri es at r tai.. at ihc iand I Ithlae uicatir-
( o cunitd U lies'my! oilu rxvise
he hopes 'o share XY1'ICE. y ::, or injuryig the!
I. e i ; merit, a gcii'-rous ol painonagv. tiinn. timber en t&

ri1hhsc p. ISib Sent. lS3. G-lf Ta.iah.is>ee. Oi-to' er 1st. 1835. flifr 5-ul eribcr. reiicctfuilv inf nns the I taiTilir. ... I. ALSO,LTT -t I I hr.d. minim ss bv srerial leave from il-< nrfnr? .,- .
.- --- -- .. .. ...
t -.i----- I Imtur
.LL that !l. h.tia, -------I.-- ""J I > --- eiii. A
rAs ih stil, criher keeps con .tntJy in his cin- 'ii the store :mm'di: ieiy opji.i.siieMeS'rs. ; Liveipool l r'ntiri IIUAIbli.ALlZELL,
>ij.Miinenr < J
KXKCUTOU'S NOTICE.IX An.-usr 23
pl' tc and first t f Maywnrd i and Ai'.stiii: i wheio h Ins :lf; .-lgent for Iht pj
y > dy rate werimcn, e will gunrant'' c j'l .><) t hammered 1UON I I ,,, bmNiIiC
I l sh.ill
months) alter: date I : present: my accounts e.neii
o I ehui'-r
.
to exef.'il--a'l orders the an extensive an a -in-'i.ii-ut ofs'-
af siio' test notice ii the -(-! liable :
10 Cia
Eniihcrn
,
i-s WARE
i.-, and voueheis for final settlement, and apply to
f .. incst d urn Ye and lashionrble style II IIALSI-Y : goids, ( (i.iM.stinof! t I I'UV GJt; > I li<, 1 ready IS"J 1 IX: : mnnii.s aft r iate! I will
eces CY1'I'OI3ACG
Court of Leon Co. p INC jjrtsnt
HIMI.
the Judge tf the Counly my actonr.s
.Made Clo'hing! 1 lard \\ .Iuc ( r."- "i-- ( "his: i, ULiiid -. K 9 and vouchers! tinal |
1020 or
ks settlement
of the L-.iatc a Liverpskl riumnl S and at
h'! ,
.i for discharge fror. tho Kxccutmship ,
: a : ts-;!,t ui ar", I "! *.. :u il! ':*p-, I! "' > ..- > !-. -. which he tie I Elon.F I the Jm'jro 1'f tl c a-pj u
oflVi J
County Court cL
of Julio 1 CanIIIt! I, tleeil.iit4Nc1s. SaddKs: :: l wIt Kale to Mr= hauls, at or near j of I.ctnfa hr
I I }luilii.s T
lPPES,1'x'r. an <\Viv l'r I > \->: A" New YI-ik prices discharge from il c. adaiinisratioa: of the eitaiw
-. i i.icli / i!:: li.- .{ !. j
r \\ hiul.ui's'! .
Cot Wilonhby: ilecca
I %in't 2I on ptici.i>ed a* ii-ua'. n!.

I -_ .t. -I I. \ 'I I r [CU !' f II B.- TON. \Il\VlllTEnURST..

I : Stonnn ic Shipping) ;' uiKEKU (Jit tui. L : -' I- f,1'Si'iiiou l T.li I : ,:t.i 'C' I. 1t'y '.": f i -D -r 10'h.!, l : 't l-Cn! :

I J-STiniGIIS: ; willa. t'lid to rft'ii.'i i'.ni'' shtL\tl) ; -Tlnt.\l( ; '. 1It\l-; : ; "? v. >: :.t A"- : r i1 : !i T'\r\ ii. .i > 'I l I\IS I I'll \ I UK'S iWflCLIX ( ( ;

-. c.ittcin-Ilicy will also advjin-e oi J4 :ih.; ( ) to liisukl: \Viin'-hu-i-; iif'I ;. iOi': .'. t1. I'r-fKtt-, /*. --*' ':- & /, '. / -, -?. *! 1 *.MJ\TJ1 If )' .. : fl--! d ti-, I slliI; ; jir -il|

Cotton entrusted lo t'icir' i-are for & .in -ut to any : !-!' i li.m rceentlj si'ef.i-il .1 .i.acion-- :: .! .'-. ')<. .'. !g.- f vt v i. \ <-i : c* .- '. :m : i:. : m- a : sat 2 a .i -.g Bj

inatJa-t ii, the I'nitcd Sutcs elsewhere and will : ; :!-, s.i : '. .
or : ; t
; U tr 'io Jfiyt !'>rreceti nm 'M- m- : <-s: '-m -ir'it'vtt i. '.is.<-1- C mm >; i. i 't', D'

nnrcli.iseat: cither their, Stores in Tallah-isste or St.Ma.k TlMDrilV1'CAU1( 4.1 \ (i-.!>' :-, l..I'. -n i. '-'. r- 'i ,i' \, i .. t nlhfsi I--- !n I..I- .' ;.1.! ; .-'r."r.i.i 1B W. JPG '.,.;.. .:'/.

'1' >. Oct. 41 h, lJ3l (Slf) St. M.irks-Dcccmbrr27ili.sr| } | >, in :ti.t n>.:ij .1 ..i I'ii. :- n, v. t \ .\i-iiinin .- > !. -. I 4" 7-1.! a!

L-fg-.J.i j t'i iit 'i j'.' > '. -. i ni- iii i i
Tit1AsUu11t'SOT1CE. ?> I Al< aTU J .\Clv>U.N VILLh.The t i.l\ti I : a; .LRIjt L IIJ.
ha mime AluiJ.fiiiic I Hri'iiuU'Iiif.-it I I -! is- wf.n-f. Jms
;
TRE.1TURER'S OFFICE. 4'E-' public are iiilonnr-d, I prove*! far m-iru ttiliriciil I than any r uc: m I y !hi-t I'ifVrc I By /Covfriser rf Florida.an .
1
T..LLiMA'SEr., March Sth, 1S35.: }J 4FULL supiily of Landreths' superior i ;.,; ---v (lhat: ;i regular Line of Slu-I j i di-co--rei', in ruin I IUT-I: di.srrihsrnir: mal.uii-f i-I I Ii % : tan. ed atnt agreeably to thsa: t

Y 2l November 1821)) it is flower seed.cjust received pardon, has wn iind: boiiy, which an- ;emn.saiy![ rouuai; iii.de! ".' j l.ttcly coactc I li-r raiiin a S'jti.ii nt fi ttfe
an art passed ?>t provided ami warrcnicti ---- _-- ___ ge.-; been Cftiblihrl the t'.cli1
thalall Dond executed by Auctioneers I fresh ; by I L. IL PERKINS. br'tvvctii Twll-ih.issec and J.irJvSonvnie Ma .j.i _tier the sweeping ternv; lv-rr.psi.\ ami Lnr.r.-Cmi-I I j six h.mdi d arc *JccKircdif te nr hilif L

shall be f.irwr.n'cd' bjr tlo Jud fi of the! Co'inty Court __ Per. IOt'I ; % IRtfi. :uf; rfjii-iiu's ; leaving Tallahassee' every Monday morning im.o lar n.. .% > I It "n. I liUo.vi-i.; -ID .iliuosi.criInin cure for t.i- I, six Blot.ties. or iiiilii I lJ cliarp-d. A'ohinicers ai-c etrectl -
cnicntof! the Sri.i.K.Anniii and if
\. ; li.cy can Lc .btamci'n! !
to the Treasurer of the Florida MX and arriving at Jacks- nvillu I! earnestly it
4? Territory ; :in tint fj wetts niter on Satuiday i -from
tImt. ap|>liriii.m will In.- niiiloto l whence : the symptoms%[ of Dyspepsiain.t In>[iul I may b<; dm case, they vi'.l be 'laadnnik;
Livcr-rom-
travi-llcrsk
all the (
Auctioneers shall in each K.J he lo North will find
quarterly year C"mmcncingon ( honorable the .1 ready conveyance I
of
': ; the Is: January: transmit to ho Treasurer the county of Gadsdcn udge for Letter the County Conn for tn St. Augustine by S'lgcs, and to Savannah plaints, are ll.it irlris.'y, somness or [boruin; in tfi: st

I : under nun, taken before some Juagc, a copy ofali on the estate of Klias Games, i of Administration t I by the Steamboat. Fare I thrt c.\c! v-. v25 tO.) melancholy, irritability, iliMimcfab'f! taste Us time Licuitiiants mu f ITon-panics, ((01 thy CKnnillk) a.
late inouth
I sales efft-ctc'l by him, vrith the amount and at what : "<. r i26tl'< H.'J'i.; of said 2D (fiw county duccn Jan. 23, 183-1. [2311'l] JAS. M. HARRIS.j,0 : \oruciou.s; Ki-cat irt-ettsarit! y >l appetite, which is sonictiinc elective by the Con. xir.ies rcsr-cctivtfy[ and betmsmtssioiud -
l + time :uni at osl lme-r times defic aitcr: non, c of an eltclion is tsnctivcit.
aivl grcaily lent
place, and far hom the sime was mad : ,
/ I Now, till Auctioneers ate required to take notice of 1 lie City Hotel. |j Till-: ASTHMATIC ANt CONSU.l 1"I'Ivt-: and ill ii-st enirtations, fetid breath, ii mist-a, v b caKni! >.s of the stomach! 'orcc thus orjraniied. will Ticriquired lonicctalsoneasM

I slid law, and conform to it, or suits upon their II ndsinufil I SHALL, after the 2Cd nisi. icMimcmy fHl II 1 K most previlrnt and fulal of all li>eas ineiH. of the bowels) palpitation, drowsiness: I. regularity! nc-d pkice of re itUzvouslirre a sclecliuittillbe'made

1 hA insiituied. JuJgtc of the Conns of this Iw ownership d.-nt to ei\ ilized tl.e ( (irtbMtrc on the stornnrli afitr meals lor time- Iuil l cr rads of Oficers to command
County are property to c nitimicd as a il. u-l mid-- society- : 'on-umc/ion-may paiiiin the head dizzinessir I tin
; Ucgimcnto.
reqiieateJ without delay, to forward, pmjrtrly I i-crjiricd the sole C'fldUe'aitd man sgcIen L of Mr. llaniiSinn generally! K: Iracod to the least) ; Alarming: of di-nrdeis, niiiu! alti-iulcu with I vcruV,. ; confusion ol The
and the Bonds 4f i I iiudvm. a -.liht but tinlo s of t rcqmrrd nimucr appearing, nillba organise!
apurovcd, Auelioiiftersin ilicir THOMAS% iiyglecti-d cold. Uy tiin.itioi it im-iin.ry, a uuwnsi
pos.6M Dto\ a >eii: i in
% u ihe!
ip; I i si.; mach ul.ui into
; i.in. CUAKLUS AUSTIN( I Jan. (;IH3G. -JJ tf th.it one liuiitJif.1. .11 ut1 I fifty thousand >on s
-4 1 131 tf| Treasurer of I Ihe Territory of Florida.JXOT1CE. I,., .r ......_.. ...i-,, ,.. rt .,i ,I..._[per.. ,,....,.Im.I .. -,. sigh t and! hearing, pain a mitt| wcaliiirss 1 i in the| | ark nd:. If. howevn- i jriTatirninnbcr tfiati is called!
.
TAX t ; ); -, S 5 usLLIr'etI Sieej), riiiu levt ami ti.r slnniMi appear, I will be I rcctivni.
COICLfOfl' be L.-imi. iny
; SL1. may altiihtitid i ti> common, cold, and a negligent t re tn..ittmte.mimmiss -

i SI I : L -pnsc .tt sak' on t tie first .\loi.la v1y j treat men/. lin; h-miis-inc Cuuii lhit czeneKilU ensues b.--asi, &c. in the llir-.a! cui-'i: jv.in ii, the side .j Lint ifihe iiunibcr died t'r bcnotljrlhcomin'ttliedtlicitnry {

: Six months al'ter date I will apply: to llie Hnnora j: IitXt, 8 time ( OII1. l1i'ue mlii''r, iii tli' t .%VII : -which; is u>u-il!; fidlov.f J byddlicult breathing, pain The above iiiulatlit 1'iait I ; must be s'ipplied' ilirougli riq'usitionauJ'

te! Judirc of t the Count"; Court$ of Leon County I oF 1'iiucy, ftit 1 i Itit val IItlc: ui.&t t .i t tn in tin side anl.-itlast! Ulcerated Lun s. Violent andrejio.iled aloinacii I Iixer lead u u. "mi'u ;its i-iion*. ,.j ij:. by Ct-inmam: : g OlKcers hi then rcspcrtJaCountifs.
i anil lic.m.ti-r.ninaiin It I is in i mm -s :ly ho t-d. i| at this resort
bo Fii Asthmatic attacks.I uKso! brin ;; :o I tim-s) ; *\t1'oi.. > may
lo from 1) 4Jfl ItII un Cnniiunilivesymptoms.
discharged: the silininiMratinM, of iliV lug 'V.* I rS I tlI4l.btk [ '
: i iimiption)
( C4InmIirt C iid Jin two dollars ) Apople\yi acm.ui-dim ii I.c! '- ,, hals- not become ULCtSiiu} illul that the quuM asked !.0:,
or
1 S
in in
estate of Samuel Brvan drcivascil ) tV't1 % *4ter -. expended ihe its ,
!
of purcha
i aid and
sex
iite Co.
ICi '.VeCfl I he : I u in.-in.i MIIU I & e ofDL'MFUIESHE.MKDY aye, 14-1mm; er.un >nl o| i.'ie iMtitiil. to repel invas-oi. menu arcsaiou; widpcsir rpl'l'
kj 1U Lniie
LEA 11 BRY.N. admr3tx. liivejs ; or is Prepared by J. P. PM'i: lultS, ;AJ. IS). 3Mkil-cxiH i a dcfuiil the Ctuntry.SoMiers ( .
i iiiin-n us uviin the iaipr-'veiitonts i ,
Talliil.assce, IStli t iept.? lt<35. 0 if If' Fatisfy I lie Cumity Taxi s dm I then, :is will on 1 Ibrthr! : sunVii i FOR THE PILES ; Invcntcr I and! soli m : propriemr. u ho votI.um! cc ; must do so, unJcrIntXPCC

::4 htren Iniixiicdaiid thi- tv-site, itioiid. with m "vi. atei I Tin' proprietor lie s leaxt to recoininend (which he Tes1iirngjrIs-Nuuiimrreius -cri iiirnirs mi ht F.e nil ? taiii-ii that the Uniitrf -ctiu'i-fuot tLtin, nrc rigidly ">

DRU W3N.ia: and ehiMpu-; i-eiii1.* 'eic: c w I by ihAs) | f dm.- with tiie fullest confidence) itnr of the most! \ aluiI'mciliih dueed! iciative to ihe exir-ior-y i : eiin-f i> h-c ptrtiun.td.* iNo tieurtit.ii! -no ilis ,ieilii-icc! or
eioinr
: .tinrglcal Instruments : ...... ..... .... -vi,_, r. .m :11111! 1. invvii lur llns triiiiliii'>uiii(! nui riiiiiIiiIeolumsIuI liviismc tla'-s. n\i.'!. ii f. I..i T... ; : .1Fsam ,f u .O'i i> : ci.. tiC u It I 1.0 tiA'-r.ucfi all! wlu in'

p .c. :; t-'MVier' X1i cm II, J.ii C .. imacl h in, Tit>Hiu.n 'I i lit. \\ 'lliiii.tgoin; into del.'iil! he dfi-in.s il en.Miiti Sit1icLe iii to tji muiteI. i i !mt ; % : .- : IiiiISL bear in nt 11: I ili.it tlicy: liav Lign m.u Im-

'Tf HAVE juat received a lull supply ol fivsh : in i5r I In -'iv. Iii: 'li.i-> in his io>sr--ii>i) the Dr. Jumri.Vt. ,,s.aitl I e tt's!$ l.a t1.-.dt.: tr_ e and iii. ?emntlt be pertMrmi -
JL \" I .av i It O:_tl n, i ) ii. t J t! ..u, SJ-nv .'.. .., | : must un !/, .-/,,//? ,- u, U flje. Iri.\\ r0/ ,
,,
V Drug*, Medicine ;itul Cl.Miiiri; |<<. Pntv, : .};:i T. I U .r. .11, A.uimv. S < i ,4J J., ,.S. Xi. V .*.. i ,. .M.-'l I..Miu>i.ti:< lii.il it na muic coni;>ii idv an- ion, v J\iin>!y l'ft!; 4r18S U. <:. 'i lie vicious: and tS.-i Uuf, it' any such jiKbcnt

I I: PORT, .1IJ/J///f.j tc iL'.iTZI.LL U /.V/:, -. I IV ; .t.C'i.i... .u -.fiMii--* ji'tijiii-f i. ivlucii it is i inteiii.-d! tli.i is any Niw.I liI.tAN- t. a'. ) U iluiiij-ehti! iMi.u-tt be tire uiitte.d ii' dcraJillw ''1jir*

I in bottles, imported sjireully; loi* ti-c m a.i!' \\\t\ <: Ka! t.. ill.*; I j-i.tce wit.-; ; :. .z.I! !,..iu.. l'n (" :-.!, I'ii't r'i.--! ,'.j .i.it'I :( /',, ""!'M-WI il vtmj cancv i-n.--'Flti-- .s i.> .-. .: fi\-| I |html | sH'ltr f the ar.i.y l.y f rts t.sid,: cxttsscsorindnfcin.:

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Ca-e>, and Nur-v I'tili--,, i .c. !.(i;(irie uf :t.ne a'mi:1ti is (, i .t-rir--i j tii ji- LLa .- 1 to .. "
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L : arc i Iljim j Cami'ti i t & !. KVlf L AL ; i.-.i>iN.-U;

1 i 'Hysiip, Mini, ba.rt', Swecl \hijta ti, SA.: >IV* 4 I. i-i \V.Jt| ii>ics ; C& STU''Vi'.ll Si iv t.T.itc. t : c'i1.itir'! -. !.,. ; : |! Vill ,'sC i r.rv Urf,. .fnn., t.' L l.' I fr'ft: IS'.uiw 1 > .h: e .vt;:> '; ; 'c.-i'mtt r.'L .

4 Tliynie, Cellcry, Stc. i>-i .Sjii1.1)! aad : iftv.. i ci .;.ri IP,
LIME. Juice and LEMON SVRCP. J : flJ u..inV..id, J.. u- "-'. ;, ;' I'I '_.:* I.rit- ttst'a hoi ,. !.-, '. < -> i/ {?; :.fVirf. IV. I JViCiNf; c |i'j,lJr .. ,0 .aI'cm-.tl | ,. ...M- c, : tu ..ul :- ". uw i a..t:- --- ttf
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SPICKS >f t ; ': i-'' ::ii.a: ti-t: .. ;:t :' ;_ ,si. : ; 11- tu-s-t ii ;, [], put ii.ily ,.' ctia '- A-J '' a.-' -*
every kind-Genuine IXDIA CUUKV. : i ii :' -.. i iI : jU'ff e' : t' .Yl y'irpl., u,Ki [Liv.l i '. ) ? Z- hl'y.
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Mrs. Miller's : .;' ;is > -' o i \ 'i .- ; ( _-. ( ltiJ s.-, t' t-jr thj. ,, !f t I'm i.-i.v! S: u.-'r.-a J 1 J. ,.* .jr'u ; I Mtr.iil, in i.iueii.tf: lLdt tit ; amluJLdiL'ii'etTin.se to LIWt t1.nt
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tt Luisiana : h is tin p.itticit- 1 imici (-lily. or jrrirr Is J>-1 ;i pii.[ I IA gi viin, Ii.uI iii" anJ ifeserlion,
:: B. PERKINS. refore ni s'eie.I I ihai they <' 11 '( ., : I nlli''rdan:;eiouN nigri'uioiii. jii.d maybe 4.1). time IK-C i-i 4)1 tie sI.eh ami itijiltat 0tiea
: iallahassec} More the Judge 1 uf the Su apd-| with great e, nat.iy -f tie above vi ;s. ur high
July 9li( 1634. [48irj 3 JJisti ict muaiidin ) pcrsuaM""' :

4 1 y (sit tinin Chanceryjoimlleloie brensl. : ) 6lr ;.iud! v.i the July *IUl
I iii.. j E rurally hop-- th.U paii.ful
) titti lirsL i: !
NOTICE. saul Court day of the ueou ) ,-, ,Iii oF| 1'rice, :J71-iiceutsa box, with ample directions AVho isauthonsrd KLXS/J-ail;,!tum.si-s',: l lie sMnd him ol"catisi... to be tiicJ f'r stodi uu-
1 and t-idisj.o of ihn., C ,: aay
answ th-j t
r lull cither
T11E1Esu1ierilnrs filed ,, .
; by the C.'in. tit n |,
Living ftnWishcd a CIGAR Iain- sale or retail s .in-i-lii.e-! ( clu"*'"
i.: ant i's i this case otherwise FOR on as reasnu.m!Isle.! nm.jano.- Iiiijiropriclicsufthid
_I_ MANUFACTORY the will RiqEUY UlIKUMATISAI. t ttm.sas !
same b-j hey ,
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i ia Gidsdcn t ik.nj can ;
F da within County, Flori- i cnvfcssii. pro I r llC:: obtained of the proprict. I.. Also! by 'I i. r, v i.l ii te Cj' nr i, ha ,
two mites excruciating
_ ofduincy. .nleiid to carry on the j l Iee. IL'th 1S35 thudcciepitudeand defor- DCCI'S. IIULUKS & I l l.u .ho ciiu-riaiiit beLt ;. wa>, ma. thy: un-sc hyde
business extensively they will fulfil lO'lrnNO'I'ICE mity.'an tin* preuiiiture old age, which the ., II.LIAMS, CiUlll-i ilnim: i. ,. ..
t : orders' at ihcy are IV T II T\ .._ ? f rid Mf<> : ai t.iis ,t .. ii -t it tlmeit"
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'1" Il'y I-ul 4II i'i one nun> from illUMllieieil UV IJa jo ;. 1'1IE'rL r"- II u.s. quo! .rrs Cie.i.i iiv has w ipe.t ; vv iy lacu.iu LCCS3l'51)
; drcd thousand can be furnub : do.iii: of a cure, or difuppointinent) the [ E'i: LLit-.. '
: And ill ctlc! The all
they flitter followirg! I are reite.-mcd. 1 IM* timsc; u is lciiieaiciuujjes
[ .v the twelves that their Cigars be IS hEll "BY GIVEN ih.u lili eyoflhe lumerous pretended antidotes to ell aicfctv amon- tlc, many nervous ih.,t
cannot kurpassc.l, ifj j I aoMli 5 Du Pont. ct tLt have: been cither em.rely. .will StUb ariao aj.u a Uirsistc. will 1)5. ".
cuinl
J. eqitallid, by any made in Florida IMVI'II i wi W of Corii-lius C. Pu Pont purpose. hut those who have made a fair tiial) of or greatly b-nefin-d
?' ? lirM rate deea; e.!, will npply wuluii the last iwcUt- months I, in iii.. bravery a.iu 1,0 >u nii.uii: >it : tiIQ-i. liu'riiiarch '
[. workmen from Ilavana and the Norfh. nt the Jium Term of the DR. JEUB'S i- oi 9tr. Pe eIocs
: and ood ma- try CJadsden County Court CELEBRATED LINIMENT ters' Mcdieinaj biomaciucn: to the liomier, In m.-et and rc.cL tile afa
terial ci
h October 2 JOHN) SMITH 4CO.. in 1 for ihc a wri: liniment nf Lo\vcr in assign !ir dower oven, in c.-usi'sof long sSandiiig.: and of the most seveiC stale of Georgia.Jlrs. Uepaticaj v-ithi,, tju ol the Country.

1,1335 11tfClieap also estate of said deceased. Creditors of time cstnto character! : av e I UCII red certa i ii ret ii'F. and ha\C Aimer hicks, Wilkinson. Six nuiuths u ihc peiiod service limiied bIhe

arc administratrix.notified lo present (heir demands io her as the been curedjn a few days, souse in -1 l.ynrsi!u.any as a nutr Cupt. James \\ illis, .j,. law. But beJorc i.ic ex| ii.Mum oi six-y days, *f

Cash Store. GudMjjn her of per.im.s in Dostuii and vicinity, \v ho were let Col. Wm. F. Bond, *_ proper deterniiiaiii.n on tl.: pan of the iulunteeiseonndencc

,gilJE subscriber infers for s-dc low, for CASH County, Dec. IPth, 1833 l9-8 rfEp merly afllirtedvvilh Kheiimati only
variety of new Fa hii'iianliand St.ii.1.Goods. ., HE (ied. Ccriikatcs arein the pos..cssior. of the i'rourie Bryan Allen, F..sq.: elms.| ended auU peace and qu t lestoreu co oor sufteflDii

Jlis stock of G. ods lmxin bc. subscriber has now opened and offers for tor, pruvinnhu most thorough and surprising cures limeaiHof I Col. John W. Porter. M oiitier. Ti.e Gov en.or .ti-U that he cwieV 5
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the pun-hascd sale at his store in t aliaha iiis Sanford --ir o. e on th potrit.iiiiiix.iind! the PJe.|
iej jx
on
mnst advantageous Urms ho ib nxifid.-ia >sce, a general as- powerful LINDlliKT. in cases \vheic Chapman, i-:1: >,. cuergy ot
;q lie make it ; th.it ortmcnt of gr/ods! the prices oftvlich other Alexander d ? the i erntoiy, (to tin's CI
can the interest : will be reii. approved applications had utterly failed. Irvin, Isq u suppress: unprovoKed'Splftf
give him a call. He would pl.mteis S and others, to lated by the rnarl-.et. rhey'will! be sold? on libe'rnl Cc.!. G io. G. :\U atIme\\ s ?>,,;,- ,?? C! (lit of the luttiatis. T tnat patriotism cO

tention of the Ladies cf T .Ikhasste puitirularly call tlie.il- lenns both as in price, and time of payment. .Mer DtJMFttlE'S EYE WATER' arch 1st. IH'15. : ,ir c ICl"NOTICE dw-ntiv app als ; and, a rc ably .o the requirrI

L the great variety tlcRnnt and .ihion.ibJe! and vicinity t.riides, t.. chants finis'i in the in-erior can be.snpplied urflhgoori* lo ftI sore or iniiumeu yc1glvei immediate case an liitjuu 'ei.iis loan mis t'rciunuuto'n, iuu& U..
their :
I which he offers for sale assoriinents on icsoaabjo terrus.. The iclief. Ol lecent sore the effect informed. .
as well ii the eyes. is inojft salutiry. r HE i: Stockholder
i would do well embrace this plantss; Wjmti subscr her feels botnd pub icly, to state thc o'-litja .-Whc'c'the' complaint has been of of the Union 1-;a.k i-sj| Flm-j',, t GIVEN under under my hand at **"

.c ,i ing themselves with Netro Cltl1i opportunity inland of fcupply- ii n he is under to the planter and ci izcus uf ih s and in aonftt'Ogceeding bad caeii. tIme Iimet years uiie.\p'cclei standing Fibril-uy Mire iiqiTkicil i i n u' mitt on tinfirtu Monday I in i, L b. > hasee, tie lyvhof Jan.ltiJtiJKO.H.EAT05( -
next I
4'r at extremely low rate?. C. C. U1LLIAMS-tp1c Goods. community that ren.-wed, for their liberal patronage, he hopes and dcsiri! lo relief II.H IIRHII. Ibund jri the IIKI; .d'thi: 'J MllaHa.vscc, to, n vlect t their Br.nkin House, in I ih,: cit y of ) ,

December 5th, 1835. 17lf exertion to meet Lime wants of this nve wjiter; alter every oUier reim-dy hud failed. nr- seven dir.etors lor Ii.- tist1mug: Governor and Commanderot

p. t1i N. B. I wish it to be distinctly understood giowing country, will find' reciprocal dispo lion .crpii.i wo have used it. prnnuu'nce it ijio best Alanj YS ) "C Is I',3 JO11r. PA I El] ILL., Cas.licr the Militia of Florida-
ih.it the
c1 will 1 on part of its citizens. uratiofi pie t ul Jan. Kith.; 183G. 23
sell -
not Goods on n errdit of 12 fiihcwj| complaintsihev- have _
months c C WAUAUISISTRATOR'S Nov. 21 .,.... ... ..._. evernet whim, -' -- ._ -
l5trADMINISTRATOR'S fiF.nnnrc T.\T\TM ATM -. ;-.mi .... L ......... ._. __.. :..n........- rs iHI. PiflEtt.T.JUs -is-.. -
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SALE. %tlulidmIig. 1'rice cents u lottle.M receiv.d ih, Partisan, uRevolmionary- vs tOgfcsby.

.i t : WILL be sold 30 to the highest bidder on Siturdny the next April Tcun of JiiVk NOTICE.. Nono'are genunir unless signed on the out Ride! flic Sins, author of Guy Uivers and ihe Yemas- ) NOTICE is herbey ?

at the late residence of F.lijii; AT >u County Cour1 printed vvfcipj or, the ole see. characters and in.-fdents all 1Ia1 b
by
;' ,v. Sweat undcrfei ned, AilnimMiintnr: prnpiielor. 1'. Kf DDKR from arc drawn w all persons interested that ;ihe above suit-
a variety ol HouscholJ of the real lilc
; and Kitchen Furnilurc William Spearu deceased estatf .t immediate Kucees.mIr Icy time Inlti Dr. \V. T; Conuiiv -Mar on, Pumter Greer-, &c, will be commenced by. i UIICimnent! m)fl thC follawing ?t0Pc4tl
Six
or seven hundred bushels of Corn wijl.prcsrnt his nrunis F ir Knle th usaiJ -Scvcnl and vouchers for wltleinent witli Counting Room, over No* DO- Court ehuracteis. Tb! scene is lev-ied on as bejjnging to KlihuOgUssby, viz : I II
said South
weight in
HOT niid ot Btntis-Foiirir fifr work to be discharged therefrom. estate, and pra stietw.Coicert Hill, -Boston, and also by his a. Curt '-na, during the most thrilling pciiod y0ke-of Oxen; 1 HOIRC, Suldle and IJrWIe.'S (/<>
** one Colt. spa. o, ih.reolutiD.
JNO. TATUM. Adm'r. 'ciaIapp ittnnt'by This lioTcbttII be
Druggist in. ihe and 'Calves nt bnv-eighth ol Land"in

i J1 g. 9th, 23.3w MaruumOctober WILLIAM 17 lt33Zi. SPEARS, adsiri'r. _5m 't, .'L -I' .2.:i: PERKINS ft2.No. ments library cf of e' ety- one who ibkes piide fr/'the achieve range 16 N'orlh und E.i*., U.instho: West -hal(
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; 1L.Ap:1: Tallahaswc, March 4, 183 J, ( 3 soIs. our gallant sires at a time-whicn tried men's section'seveu., Wu. .d.HUNILIAI2

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