The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 6, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 )
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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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DF reasons, was not allowed- to be done; but ihe assurance -
tbeinsd vcs U Uder the Till before given thai ?
} Aj4flflL4 was repeated, anr, official
lit : liat gner, for the Pt1rPtsc oI CS1 communication which he might be authorized to *

1 1in PCthY '( L Jarks, a Grocerj% an4 and make, in the accustomed form, would ruceive: a
the tI) bC1fl are
Lit i1dItlgS to the prompt and just consideration The indiscretion

jziofl I.tht ctre JkC"t'' prtpOSe atteI'lg ond Cotton, to ot the otteflipt was made more manifest by the
of 6uch flttCfltlOfl "LAIssEz ous RE." subsequent avowal of lue French Charged'Alfa ires
,ing i1emsTeS liberal to pay SIaLC Of Iatr01lai1I that the object was to bring this letter'bcf Congress f.
f Ten and :PIE. and the American People. U
of the Ito-y, loreigi agents
114 IStl LIIC! rchalUSt1 1)l3nters Georgia. Tiicir goods will a3y jah 1Uce Yti on a subject disagreement between iliejr Gov-

%fl cl \sthcy viltendcavllJ == ernrnrtrt and this, wish to preler an apped to the i
tJof CtIh3l a CtflSLIIL tlj'l)' ufchoicc and infelcCpt JL Resortor Invalids. .,7 mHaauB\ 'J HE "SPKCIAI- MESSAGE.---" t...American People! they will hereafter, il i is hoped,

ii and L'fOV1iOflS Of 'veryI better their and
u. 1.IL subsctiber 1ta seLtLcd own rights lh'respcct
GIocCt1S lug huiiwll! Imkuj.
fiuti T on
41 1 iIt IC5fltS uid Plintcrs will Key, ha* determined to open a House forJJuardiiiK Extensive Sale of Town Lot \jQ MESSAGE due others, than to attempt to use th? Executive

f 4crIptitI1lrC5LiY cir incrt i ca'1.' Tbcir Store i and Lodging. Believing; it to be one of/mT most "v FROM THEPREslDKNT TO BOTH :as the passive organ of their communica-
ii1C l3L.lR favorable situations in the Unittd butcs f r r.ersnnssuffcnnj Appalachicola.rplHE HOUSES OF CONGRLSS. i i os.

1e; \v'i. 1AER. : from pulmonary dispeptic, and numerous whole tract of Land called I-'orb-s,1 Purchase Received, and read, and referred In the Committee It is dueto the character of cur institution,

J8n iGtl' 1'36-. 3-If .. ...- ..- chronic diseases, and cibligcd! toset-ka refuge from the JL nnuumun.; to about TWELVE HUNDRED, on Fireisfti lltlalions in both Houses.MONDAV that I the diplomatic interc
s.uL. ci.t5DF'O1t blast of a Northem Winter}lie feels safe in saying THOUSAND ACULd, si'.u.Ucd inhmilc l R.n-Ha, should be conducted with I the utmost directness
ri ,ns the n-er.t iid l attorney in and Indian icy cannot be surpassed fori>eauiy health together wuh ue: Town of APPALACH1COLA, J4MTARY IS, and simplicity; ; and that in all cases of importance
M. ;: 1h1er, of IenscooTcrS climcte, host his ncvc- l bceo known here. The and the adjacent Islands in
4flC ; ThermoiVi the Uulph of .Mexico, aaving (tiie t communications: received or made [by he Executive
factOfC3Pt seldom below To
.L le 1I" follo inp tracts of Land viz: assume
for lo 9U I
T 1. S of lit, Last, con- j up Summer, and entirely exposed to the sc i and I lor all t i.e! of all I the GENTLEMEN t
1 use
: see. I : the
TheE i of N i I' 1 01 t bre< zo from every i lOiflt: of the The faie of Notice j propniiois. my mcssaj/eat opening of ) | I It is only by insisting on this lorm, ha' fbreign -

.s: ng'0: i i i N W 1 of sec 6, T 1 S of R 3, East, Ins table, ad'? liar \\ill be as good compass.as the market vvillaliord day of February is hereby next jjven, at, I 10 that o'clock on Tuesday in the the etiHI.23d, your d'. 1l.iires session at Paris, I informed bad been you instructed that our Charge! rowers can be htfd to full rcsponsibi ity, that:
w and ittteniled lii ask lor j l ti'.rir nira !
lions be
3.100 And liy experienced servants, with the Directors of the Apalach.cola Land Company 1 the final ; corn mil ; ran ollicially! rej lied to,

jBtt"'r ? rfW 1of i'cC T. 1S of II 3, East, Coil- private rooms 1or1od'in', t,, cithr for Gentlemen, Law ill expose lo sale, public auction in tic Tuvv !j in relation determination of the French Government, ) or that the advuv or interference of ihc Leg sia- j

lICE' I 3-1003 ams.jinuu dies or Families, he hopes by diliqcnt attention and of Apalachicola, lhe Building Lois in flic sai d trvvu I to the payment I oi"tiie I indemnification I I I.secured lure ran with propriety be invited by tl>" l't* .iJ .u*

.M? ; llC) .ltOU. Scribed tracts of land arc steady industry, to merit the custom of his friends and agreeably 10a ceitified plan thereof to l-c e\h.j itUul by the ire.ity of the 4tb July 1SJ1 arid This l course is also best calculated, on i the one ,

) iheTLii1eS. |,_JQ_ (tie irrms will be made acomffioaaisi'U I the public jrtuenu.y.;, S. A. bl'ExNCL'R. ihe time ofsale: :- that I, when advices of lie result should! be icceived i i ii,iid. Jo shield that: ollieer from tmju-t stu-picioii;?,

7 --j,.,,-,*.. i ioctiaH- hAyioi'vj.Cs.- Florida. 23tfJNOTi The terms ofsale ill be one fourth caI!i; the residue i it would he made the subject of a special com.uunication. ; ;and! ui t the ntuer to subject this port'u-n of his acts

uraj. c-tinjtoi-'i; : 1'IOS.1. uiWS'NOTKK.- fJj-: in tlnee annual instalments, with ime.-e&l; and '; ;o ,I' tnc:: iuruiu.y, aiul if oecasion ->liil: rt. nire it, ,
At 1'iier'i Iluiti. h \VILSON-i, wlu-n! tle- payments aie made, and seem ities for I Iii- In execution of this design I transmit '
Having been authoucd by now I to i iyou to ( iii i :>;;i jtional; >>..im.idvcrsion. I It w.r> tiiemoren

:, 133C. I aCtl. Inend to advertise his property to be sold with insialn.eiilo iven, accoulin<; lu the Deed of iuisi, the papernumbcicd from 1 to U, iiu-hisive, j i) ..ctary to ndiiere ti> the 'e principles! in I the in-
mine, and he now dicln.es i olier lor sale MickasuuLy and the tides as&ociuiun, u elcar tithe in fcc s>imple containing( other ij ir'
11. my I will be lining thing*, I ; corrctpontleticc | s'.anre i in: ([-iLNtion, inasmuch: as, in addition to
the ofGoukhn" PLA\ j A lu> o-iuauiiujj- ItOO of made. on tins subject betvvi
estate acres d'Allaircs
claims en
np.imst our Charge
{ oilier
lttvlflg New turk DPC. t important intel csr -, i U very iutunait.y con-
IL per1flS I Oak and loih 1833.LOUISMcLAM.
deceased arc required lo prc- llickcry, chockoiate suit, -10Q acies are and the Fiench Minister of Allairs I
t giiucJ cleared iuid ) :. Foreign honor-a matter I in im judgenan1 : -
authenticated within le tune pic- in a Mate ol cultivation, with twenty efiW'tive ) I IMMII which it will he that France Te
-Ttomduly I seen piirev: ( mt.chiooac.retl be niude the of
"l i will be fi.rcver barred. 1 iios.e.frt'xa 1 hands, consis.iiijjr) of nrM rate Field .Negroes, CHAS. AUU'S DAVIS, > Trustees. condition > i ia to subject
t V Law* or they tpj to make iinmcdiJ I a Carpenter, Ulacksmith, and Shoe maker, together JOSEPH\V11ITC.. ) precedent to I lhe execution I o! a (treaty; j'private am! ntiolhVi.l :.et.i.Itit'ti.

"*!J mci'.t the estate are UCUUEN rcque MANNING, I with all the provisions on the place Plantation tools Tl>c Directors of the Apalachicolala Lan-1 Com any unconditionally I I ratified h i !, a md in I lie payment: of a | it \v-il i I !bc ; eroe.vti; that: this idler ol the 1'reticli!

1. ; } ELIZ.\IET1I (JOULDNG. and uten.Mls, twelve or fifteen head ol good Aluies and referring to the above advcrlisemuil, oiler at iu 1- debt acknowledged |It ," a.i the branches o'he.! : GovtTiimeiit )iiiti .tti of Foreign Ati'aitvas reiul to the becretiry $' .

I lior>es. It the aho e prttperty is not S"ld before the aLe tale, m such quamiiics as may be wanted, the I to be elac'lnnl certain explanations l shall i : of Mute: on the 1 lili of SepternU'r; last.

n. : 1 136.. -3tt'b_ I third January? at private sale, I will then commit it tract of Land known as "Forbes1 Puicliase," lying be made, of which she in.hcatcs the term- These I I'1'tij5; wi< I the first authentic mdicaiiun of he specific .

Iy NOTiCE to the handol .Mr, Ilacklcy. between the Rivers Apihclncola and Si. \l\iks, ne terms are i Mich as tn.it Government; has niieady 'I i v.t-ws of the French! Government, itceivedby

lu months after dtf. 1 *'"iil: ) 1lreeIit lily 3COUfltS JN.. McLEMORE. extending) within six kiilcs ol Talhdiasj.cc. I In this h been olliaally mSoriucd; cannot be complied wiii: ; i I Ihe Government of the Un ted biatt, alitr the ?
nsre iIX Nov. -Jlsi 1S3J::; 13 ifPLANTATFUXS irai-i is lo be found of the lincsl and
some and
and coiton su- if in.
nd sllrheES f-r a final settlement apply to lands persisted they: must lie considered is a j j P"sige; of the bill; of iiidetu..iicati.; u. I in :smici

*.. ,. Honorable the Ciunty Couil: of Lton county. par l lincst iii lands the )utrth1erH and country; also tracts of His! deliberate refusal on the part of France to fulfill a-> the !letter had been \vntttn before the oQIcial
pii.e extensive of oak but I
adftphart tonTs ''ust explanations
a ular -
CU JitflC tlUiiC aCUedlll..ll' 1'. sIMMONS, ..Jdzr.cptcmbi'r ON A LONG CRCniT.rT l description is unnecessaAry. The title, lu pau pureluifefis f held sacred by the "whole! civili/.cd world. The and remonstrance could have cached

I rlH I: si''is-uber iil rs lor 'ale Old acre LAND), will be the same as for the town lots Apalach- nature of the act vvincli France requires from this Parii, just ground of hope waste!I, as has t ecu before ..

-) :.:_----,-- _M_ lyini; itlinn\vo miles of .Monticello ; ilUaciesof 1 c'a.' Government is clearly -set forth in the letter of t the l stated, that the Fiet.eh Government, ri rteeiving -

U 1 I C E ulucliia rlaie.i and u.der: a gi.od ftnce, a good The town i.fAppalacicola is situated at tile mouth French minioter marketl \u. 4.Ve will pay the ihal intbrmation I in the same manner ihe al- .; .

CilXtn .uthfafcriJaU'taj.jilication: V. ill U mad? toil.eii"iior.il'l (iiii-i 1 I 1< ust1, i.m, l'.i :Kni Jscrew I Dvvfllm I llo'iie I of the river of the saint* name on St. (icorc's tounJ, money, ays he when! "//ie Government of the U [edged oliensive ne: >sage had reached $IheiL, would!
tic Judjje j of the County Com t fur in the Gulj h (,t Mexico.. Ii the of the Rivers nited States is Us
: fetalt& and .Ni -llouick. I vvill ulsu sell luOUbitshtU is seaport ready on part to declare lo us, desist from their extraordinary demand a- id pay
1 ftr Icilt 1s i if DiswuicofJohn *iti t tw. Com I (IItUIJ() Fodder Chatahoochcc, Flint, Chip'jla, Apal chiicola, at ii f by addressing its claim lo
ii.s. tlulc&
eUiUV two 6 three us officially in in- j i t thug Lie money; at once. -To give them at*, opjurtunityto '
I1. .N'e.ileslate Gtddi-n county Horses, i'uniatioii ; ..'is \c.AI.)0 their tributary streams, and is connected with the that it the
Tid regrets jnisundenlaxding ichich ; i do so, and at all events: to elicit! their final det.ni -
.j ..tI. %t..1l. flliitir.tthing towns ol Columbus and Itwinlon, and has arisen between the lieu cMiitries tLat f/.i'j ;izicuedersazdig l 1 l the ituende! to
wuii( ltro disir.cts-of ; i :i.Mion:: t an< t : ground they ; or>
Cfc''S. 1 J20 if LANs : rich ui.d fertile planialioiis in
cus I; 1
< lyin., on Jtlulcasor.ky Lnke is
G Aial.ama founded on a jnhtake; thct it \ ftFe -U'J: J % h4dl js rh uii t. iv Ci-rn, Foiidor, Oats Mules < G-1.tiys Piiiladeljjliia( ) I i Pale Aie.llliM'J I never entered into its intention lo cull in iir> ., wmcheie advuteit ti.e
and li I Jnui Ion lioiu tIlls hurt have boen, legul.irly lorlhe ijiu n.: < :.irea l I to at com
i iht ab
ufctis> < El (1! vo 1 rae!sc'I l La II.1 increasing
ml.I for s.ale las,, three and the good faith of the French Govtrnuum, n'j j \i r t..ttizent; of the tession of Ct.i 'I
nlu.1 : re-cciv? in a fen A ".'J kintis il' tin* Ak, v\Jich; is v\ol kn IVd :
uiev.4. Jh Zce.itc.tIi 6i.atk, ii ispu: upsoattmji li). l-.Jti.; i:* HV it. j. UAClvLLiV.i Twelve I lo Ii fit en steamboals alt eady find constant adds, "if the Government 'ftIe UniU'dSlalei ikti (,:! ;; written fSpt-c.i; : r$ (itS regret, and a ilirectexpiaiuttioii .

,. fti.aj.i infills t.f lime-ca a liaird being employment on its u.tiers, and fc-v cjiinliiei have tint not give this assurance, tec shall be oblige to lain'!: I i i -itirc, ed lo i'Vaicevlh ti 'listinct iH

.. ii-irui. TjieMi'iuj4- vsi'i bc *oasttiu y Mipjih'Uid 1*. IS. 1 vvnl ,t au zt.li i iu ." < j,, u,:., Jc t of v\ich! arc r prospects of ad t unceiin.nl i.1 a-rncbllun and commcrce that this misunderstanding is not the mult i-j an \l lerror. mfitti'; :i fj.at tli\\ > i i.> n sine qua iwn. %\ ]

to .t% iliac! said K'W, and in quallI tileS to suit purPLAlLl'itLN Out1fleCLLh.U.LS. __ __ ied., liian those Ijoiderm:; on the risers above n.en- j\ ." I f fIn ; ...r. T'arfcn: having, :n pursuance of his insrrttc- %\

orof lft.)1ftL L.3AN.Jati. IN i4L: ; N .. 1UI.J ti the letter marked No. 6, the French MmMer! : !r n 1.- ) 'iiiuc : > th-- t. :.zic.u -: '--, luvl tae ..arge .44i
16 3 tf. -'i ial.ilcoi.t has been selllfd but a fevv years, and also remarks that iflhe Goi-ernm rf lhc L'.iiUd; \ 'i *.. ...rol ir ; ai.C'- !rt .Lt Li i e.t..eJ, ativ

i S, Ulue, liro.v 11, aiiI 1)arIixc To .llarc/t itia IJ.i. l..ubc vviiu nave iuii.Cilo rcs.dcd there, having no intcic Stales knows that npon itself depends heucffur- \ u.&ai& LLrrau-, h t i u 14 ? tt5 pt. ;

I >. IJIcr.chcd! Shirting! \Vliit' C.ttonfUcsf. diaries ilairu., -t in .iji. a-ni, jj.iVc j< tid no atu-niiun lo Us iltiil |' ward the -1 IsJi.' 1.t.ntt-a!! -state ot' thmur'sitiatinir it: art tin 'easons'iv .P

I 4 Ci rdfd skirts, Osiiabing, a iaige n&stirtf I VS > IS .. j ii' mciiio I iUi Uiei luau .&iitcth! lh< it individual cot cxecutionnf 'Irtaty July ; vtilnliry 0:1: liie I part ut'lhei"rencU Uuicisutent, : r:

L Llv ,, u: tadtiicrv Londin Purler, Uo.titd CiJ<:r, SdiaO..tfl, vr.iiftice .Sc.I,:s m ab.nu tiuity I us have aii.au Obig! by the precise language thus usctl b;; a..d itiuK re-ii riccc's.-ii/cu our part by ihcir tefusai ,. 4 '

,air.jn.iie; Ud>' L. P. MaJciia \Vinc. Alexandria I iJUtiv1!t iuant, I Ira. Sau'j ..n, a.id iiiI oihur l ij eti na'le ''o ; .tdtvitj'j.tis I le-sitluij; r.i A.ial iclucoivColi t, I the Fiencii Minister, to v.ewit i aa preemptoiy ;, i ; "livuit en :'jreriie-ii-.. ciu-J in a treaty, front ,

Jga O IL J \1. It. Raisins, Drum's Figs llarreUljjutliaf FIji *-n>. iiueicsiLU, .41c icniiicd; jier- mmnliu, mist: NCA ork, \. ho have .tgnctl 10 cre-Ci I r et usa I to execute I the1're ity except u.i le.; ma in-. t i iJ :t.Lut pt.1 euiat : ''t w1it, L- tLe) are to .t

it.to ( ;: jarrcl! Mackerel I, Codash, Pilot Bread, ot ailarlnnci.l ii.ts Ijtiu sucjoiuoj uticuy Un: Ciuk, li.at* u Utiice win j i lire Piool OiiildiHiis.ui.. the saitt jut is w unoi.i. ULI -v.* anu compatibleutti I I tne tiotior aiui i tiItthCiiIC1lCt.ihi of i tht> (i.13 ejn'tn i.nny iupui'tctat co .ii-i c til itlva .

ttcbe, tiosliCti liutLr, Lard, Uiuccand Log Clianisiuf <01 t Leon Coin l, u> u.e aijve MJU'-d is t, uid tLut oti.er ncasuies: vvill tie nmneu.aic.y a.u.Li.u to mauci.iK'li I c: mled Slate-, and peisu uled thi: on canskiJ J :.! .;ze.s. jfti

%i.; t iii.'cral tLtir.s by GEU LAJS..IAX. are lieicljy uq ureu < and > lo llie lia-y pci mam improveneuis is wnlt t... d ,ui! i I Ii iig the Correspondence now tnbmited I to you, J i It.: tttuo tiiat tin-, unequal pusiliorz oi'afFans iliouMcca
ippiar] pload dcda '
Jail make it .Ls healthy a place of icsidcnce >*- aud thai f e taivc: : ac ion should LIe bt'tntjhtt r
J as is to Oc ,
l II4( 13t. _ _ _ all.n acC'j.Jiu. to tilt, lalulc i1.: sucli c iv niatle! and with in cilet. ait regard it in no oiner light, it bi'C'nut.-s my diiI |I > *
l any city south of Virginia. i iSt. > M.: arm xeetitive exert>on in ituh! int-aMirtiCwtfus
E( r Salu ori provided J AS. A. 151 III 1 HJILUT I ) (George Sound is and has I t to call your attention to such measuies as ihe ...' .. .-.t '... \vt),.., t/i

TRACT Laud suujilcd ill Jcferso'i county, Dec.) I 1-2 1533. l eti Atuniey: urCOlTOIS 1LiiIIs1T. -hi i. ,, (.I., I capacious... .. ...I ., a secure an- j I! exu'encv of the I r-asi. iiPniaiMis, 11tiie Ciann: ol mf >...l! i c.Mplyvih fi: !er.scl a trenythc? yl>;eU ui'
l ertci m the communications between
IW j. 14 miles cut.1 1.1' i U.vi.; sceol 440) anes. 2UO tL shJofrom the !ea. 'It has Iwo enlranccsone by !I Itl.t lug the dii-j' vvu..iv.i -. by reut.ivir.g a.! envies ot"mtsnra ccmpinin *- *<
hAG Gh\U-1' % liNE "1-usl l'.is admilling vessels of GOO Ions liavnm 1 leieiit I: illU tidies tl our government shall be : :
orT uicfaisll. ii.u: : k, I J.Ji Oak and Hickory, and tIle.titnL'ine pert to rer.evr ancient iveiir-jrs of tnt-ntWup, and to & H
LanJ and Swamp, 170 acrct, is<*nt duwn ROPE 4-c. I I ITHE I IG iect over the bar al low v\aler; Lie oilier by Lot ;j I >isted in. 'J'lus pieteiibiou is rendeied I lie more I unite I the ivv.> i.ations in I the 'lontls of aiatty .ir.d ol

cis 11 1i) LI uuijyuiiit-r f, ncc with a 1J.veiling House I v\ est Pass," having I I2j lo 13 l feet allow water, adI j I umeasouable by t the ilict that the Mihslance of I lie j a rnu uaiiy btfnenciai ,i.'ij iueicc, shj t r>..ot jGstiy K:
SUBSCRIBER wibbe .supphri! this Fall with milling vessels of 350 Ions burthen vviihout any dilficully. j required explanation lias 1 been repeatedly I and voluntanly 'C oluJ ttJ it we ado't;| su-jU '.arciu1 rit..es l Js thr ;

irUN ALSO, anassoitmeiit ol Goods beiectud oy hun>cll fur tills j ." Vessels drawing ti feet water usually lo.nJ at given hcIorL it was iiiMsieii on a> a con- Law 'I 1 .Nations .'ntl the circur.tontc < I 'h;r case 44
I 1ai keL and oiicrni lor alc on ua ,uiiublu icnns a:> lhc wharves those of 12j feet or 350 tons burtncn I at'thoiizeai.d! demand. Of the ol these L
A fart on ihe Ausnlla* river con'.nining abiut4SO C.t-Il I j duioii-a condition the more Ii ii uiiihIa tutu because nuy us'f:: ,
I heritoture
1r viz :
1CTI *,mostly ot first quality and being very level. Cast iron Kijai.u-l.ed, Pot 'T c arvyig 1100 I baks of cotton, within 3 miles ol the i itis demanded as the equivalent of a : re-iiie 4.e> I have he.etot'jre had ccaaieu. ;.o : feaJr, -1i
I \\Tare-English weeds pecimiarycoiibideration.
', nhs Lu JJl1.\ CO1DE 1.11t1OLEU. town: and those of GUI Ions lake in their cargoes Does France a i.d in lefcience to a p.uiictilar coniinie-i; y, 4> e.\- t4
Amen Iron desire out de'tiar-
and T.n -SamlersuuNCiiMand( .Machinely a
lie Jnuti. atiuicetj t Ull. bAML.LA.XGLEV.UuWec i uithiii sixteen miles, in secure anchorage in the preniy cnriviv-tion tJit r >pri.alsvouUi t-e bt a-
,,c ) a.eel; --Sheet Iron-Brai/.tTa and Nail Rods- ,j Sound. a lion that we had 110 intention t.) obtain our rights J d!a1 tt.d to the emergency then e'ntcniplate't.S.'r.e t

illid Iwjula, Jan. 14 IS.'JG. i.3-5i.! : I Hoop lion-Hanlvvaie-Cuticry-MeehanicsTools; i i Leilcrson subject of the abo.-e lands to be ad- by an ..ddiess lo her fears rather than to her Jits- j tlrt period, Fran, e, by all the L'epartmerits[ .

NOTICES"Xnniii Look'iiiprGla--iionne.s-Cotton-Seine Twine j dressed to Thomas A Ualtzell, Peter Muchel} John t lice? She has already had it, frankly and explicitly I i Cord R .......
j La-h < peai.il Leading Lines-tuiiiitiire jj Cat ii'tclian, or Benjamin A.. Putnam, at tnu Oilreoi; given by oar 'mister accredited to her to- j I oi 1 our claiu.s, and (tIe ubgattnofth- tlcztty, and
if !| jJate sire S'.ail oi'' ,it IJiuiiK ana utliei Bus-\'IIluW and Wood I
ana viiuie zt is executors on lhc ) liarnUr B.isk-*.-Giucents--Caipe injr--- Boo. and hucs
; :
> csut'1 -
o : aLI thouirii vithln'td
i| Ajialacliicola or in the of You It l ation of its e-xc.-ut er ; payment[ i> ongn
city evv to Henjd- it otiirially communicated by Inui Ins
i in
11iJ : \ 1 S-I Imljaii Rubbfr J'i
>I t.tcias:J .o tile Honorable C uny Court Axtj : Go'uU- Imn I i AxH.s- U'he-e-l I uid impor -
vitilly nut ioctir cM-.tt'iice as tn 11liefeiititfat *
: nun VVuoLey Rogers. i i letter to the French Minister of A LLi irs of J Jtheisth
Lt.n CtU. v m.d .'pi ly for adUthar c. j Barmu's Pi .uijli Cuitivaiorv Tin War .-j-pcrni Lithograpuic Mai Foreign i I 11.111011,111 1:11: to be tciievcd that i ccan

ICt JAfe J.V1CKERS. j Patent and Fancy Candles-Ready .Made Clothing (!' be seen al the h.llow! Ajvalachicola, audits vicinity I of April, IttSO; aid repeated t uy my j>ub-. j have teteiui ned, u ieruar.eiitly, to retain a [position
WILLIAM V. LIAI.T.: I Saddles--lljllie>' --Hats and Cips --l/iy Go )d II luay 1 lii New York lUg jilaces : l h.>hcd approval ol that letter utter t.'ie pavsa e til ; t ii:: jilv ih'leJVnsi' l le. (li the altered sac i f the
at the office of the Tpistcts
of the
]Diti x, Paints an ((.uls.-Stone, E-riheru, C1as and IL J )l. White the bill of! mdemmtication. Does France want a qu-j-.o.'i-! cur.trover.y, ana tr.der; a1! eAtstiu ; ciri .: ,
I n. at Washington, I D. C.
Clui.a Ware-U'jiu.an Toys. degrading servile le ,elioti of tiiis in :i liiiu-.e- i' 10 me that, ui.tit ?u- h aiteter- -
V IJjlhePrcsiJtzs I 'Li I/ic U idled Stales. I In (_ harestun! S. C., at the olllceof Richard Car act terms t 5 .p.5ear.
GE'JRGE' LANMAN. nochan. winch she shall dictate': a.i ItI l \vci; ; !I \vii'! involve an :n.ii3-u..i -l-ali have l.tc T ..t* v.Jent, it vvill Le pro- h
law, 1, A.ND.IUU JACKSON' Tallahassee, Sept. 2G, 1 33. 7tf of her je-rii i 'lifi'icnt tu ro ah. te her pre ci.t refn-ut lreo'ijp > !. : .L :
Arc4t.1! ot the c.nucd Stile i'f Am nca do avanuali, (ico. John Williamson.. acknowledgrneni assumed riirht to interfere I j'm .
------ ---- uith her in-
v ciis:2geinct.Sby prohibiting lie
1(1 j Coltinibus' 3. iiIliiiihiain our domestic councils? She will never obtain !
I 'a jn in.il.t known), that a public sale 1 Gco. 4* Co.ahlaI4ss ( trodurtion (>t French pioduc i. aiui iiieer try *-t F enc

C.toor ...l be iti.j at :. .it'ti4r::: m the Tcrntorv* of FloJ.cpajiicu. | ?ef Flu Thomas H.dt.dl.Ajialachstolli i it. The spirit uf iiie American People, the tiigmj ( V ;ts 1ILU our juris. flL% C'IL tii ar.d tLI. ater-

U .I. .t4 t d.t .\i dLi11 411X1, tr the ; ilirani Monrse.j" j ty i.ftlie Legislature, and i lie firm reaotve uf t uicir uiC'j-.ji "1 ail cuiaiercjai i.ueuo ;iI >? 11 o her ; cmtt I iitni't.

II .* .U iiiihm l.iu lij.-iit-, lftiJ the cw Orleans.Mo'jilc Kxecutive (Jovernmeiit, forbid it. j i! c y.." n-, tie rcprpsniati-cr of the Pci'i'l?, mustdeienmne. .&
2- 1e loftiisj.ijisaii.t iiaitiunal tuxviiilini Janirs Inntiarity.Ftiitaiola As the answer of the Fiencii .Minister; to or i iuliaige 1 lecroiamerid the lonner. m the rufcentMtiu

l- .V.r1i i'Mud i I.nd: uistnct, viz Jol ri IIIIU-M'I ity. iTAfiaires ul Paris contain an allusion to | ]I p nf our affairs, as bcin; the least nijuneus to ;

ii11 1 t bate tin: and Ea1 of lie mcriJivi.Tt5 Tinloiluwing Papeis will puiish! the a iove daily j a letter addiessed l liv him to the Uepresentaliveof: uur commeice. and as attended Avuh the least diflleulry Z

r- rCJIILI [*tt Isiliji I 4 2 4, ..IIIL J (Edst (.,I ::n. for one WCCK, and theicaAer once a week mini tue |b ( ot letuiniti to the ii :,l s ate ot friendly nter:4
{ i..tIl4e 'i. I l.ith Fcbiiury, ,md sjnd their bills u* the ohVe of t.ie France in tln-> place, il mm bectne> proper lor me | ,-.. i siif, the Government of France shah render us 7 .

5, !"P 1, i!, :J, 4, and fractional tow nsliip :., cf f Dany Advertiser for payment.lio lo lay betJire you I the correspondence had between j jtiiat i the jrM.ce t.at is due, ar.tt, aNo. as proper prslim- _

cI fj ? *' lon Courier, I'luladeljihia! X. Gazette.LJailimoie liiiiclionary and the StcietHry ol Stale leia- I i urv .trp it) ti t'0.,01 it1ea-.IIC iiItt ibeir ;tdo- t. .
I Whips |12. and 3, of rai'gc 25.JShlli5cl"d American, ( 'Inrlesloii Courier, live to that letter, and to aecompany the same j i ivvitii (lull tie ttcetiiCtt tiecwaiy by ub-eciu-ut rents ,*; ai

Iai.gc 2& jA1)E aiif 1 sold wholesalo aud He- .Savannah Lieor ian, New Oilcans lice, such explanations as will enable! you lo un-I Th" return i'f our Ciurgre d'Alfuircs is attended r,; V: ,

2.ij i f 1 -.', 3, and 4, of range 27. in Frederick county, Aid.! by C. llerslon Cincinnati Gazette, Nashville Ua.mcr.Dec. der&tand the course of tile Executive in regard to, (. \vih juthlic notices of mval: preparations tht pan

hatuon'ii.C.i3na1 ] a.tmd 3, of range 2-. I concerned in the I'itnt: with I Dr. Judkins.The lutIIhi.issee, JOlh( -21 I id it. Recurring to tile historical statement made at pI Fronce destined lor our sia>. Of the cau e and

tOvistiips I -J, nndof range 29. I above Ointment to olU'red lo the public as a I he commencement of your s>es->ion, of tiie origin intent of these annnments 1 have no authentic itJormatioii -
V -e tase lint a.iJ. Eait cftht meridian.js I ;aa and certain n-mcdy fortlnHC I ob>tinatc Iisoa'us, nor other nicaioot judging, except such
NOTICK.X :. aiiu pre.gres ofonr ditRculttes wilh France*, it will | ar.y
1atp.LrL uft1t LShip 1 1 L.tst some of which have M o longljallled llie skill of nicdicascienco. elves ar.d ihe but
ui uwann 1ti'cr, .Minister ;a s ale co'.nmon t(> yon to public; ,
recollected the
be that return our ,
Lflgej4. after date I on
1 wctks shall to the lion
be their not at it
w ha:ever-may obj..rt, .vc are ery 4
10, 1 11 1, and I 12rfia.i'-c. I 5. 1st White Swcllincsof every dcscriplion.iid the Judge of the county coviri for letters oi i Administration : to the United 'In tes, I caused iuy olHcial approval I Iof I to eu.ird: t'-em' as incontiected with the measure:

, | |, aiid I elC. Sore L<>gs and Ulccrsof long standing. on the estates of Moses S. Is ew son, and my explanations he had given U> the French which hostile movcint-nts ou the part of France may

t. hips jo, I lf ,.2> ullJ ,3> <tibie.: As comprluvto pnrMte. They at least deserve 10 be 9r

1. ..' tdI2 7, .Lial iI.Ctjujtal Ii tlioschardcncd turnout-bin women's breasts which oftentimes 23d iaiG.: i> Cw BENJAJ11> I1AUAN.JA.M the French Government had noticed the message met W adequate preparation on our pan;ar.d It icrcfoie j

ofArtdoitd' cLxiiii,) and )% terminate in ulct-ratcd eaucci.s. without its being ollicially communicated I, it was; I bironijly urge large and speedy (appropriations'

I 4th Felons, or what some people know by the name !-> COOKK.. noi doubted that if they were disposed to pay the for the increase ot the navy and the completion oi .

: S, ani\fraciioi>c| township I i iI o Catarrhs, of every description.Olll 100 Drtxidicity Jferc Yirk.FFERS money due I to us, they would notice any public explanation our c'aat deenes.
cia I uf for sale, i'u/izj Secretaries and Hook CaStX Jf ihs of force be really uwjncd.to ; 1
tStittth ,) IdCtLuItat to Ltlcuiuitic 1'aitln &( ( of tiie Government of the United States army military :
1- l Of Arrtdoiiju' CLa.il.l,)I and luvviuinp 13, Gth Sprains and Ilruiscs of every description oriuwi sell* ot Dining l'ailo, Ji- Us.c.idslal- in the same Hut, to these well atlVcl tht* action of iha Goveiume-nl and Puce; of
Uflgel. atevcr pail itUatt. Irasses, Wurdrouis, Looking Glasses, also Pin and : way. contrary ihe Uuitfd Stales on the tiu -tK>n> nov peiuhuj between

IL 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and frLetioia1: tiwn. 7th Tetters of Jill kmiN. In thiscornjilaint, the patient Centie Tables, will wood or marble tops. : idcboards, limnded expectations, (the Frei.ch Ministry did not ihe t two nations, then, indeed-would, it ht dis .
; ?9Noth .irrcdondo' Claim the Woi k Tables Dressing Hurt an*., al-.ii with wood iii lake this fair opportunity lo relieve themselves, lionoi abe tire atiern hIve
; 12: I"f- ,) fiactional town-, iu applying the Ointment must keep part L to fao>e :i ir.oinont on
-tClOW1lsi.1.vooulh "f that claim.) and lownxl.m I 3: of out of water* marble tops, and every article ne -<".. .iry to fuuna! lioin I then i Uhliiiliiiidle po.Mlm.i a tnt to do jdsiice to:I which S(11)1( ) a state ot lungs would pr >eli Ii' U1;. 1.

III 8th Chilblains, or pails affected by frost.It hoiifo. Whirh will be sold on temis tuot will give the United States. Colic what ma_, the eXftatiatiouvhuli 1'ranfir tL-

I.torth tps 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, iind fr.1etjoal' l township I is i also one of lie best remedies for Burns and entiresatisfaclion. Jan. 2i 1S313. 24'Jw \\ InUi however, the (Government of! I the United]I ifla rut!'. t-an never Lac -.uled ; ami Lit) r.rmarient, ;

ItOUtII(it Aittjodt,' clalm'> 1actIlprlaL I UWnSII II I I Scalds. Ileuses the pain and draws the fire out in a State, was awaiting the ,nover.cttt5 thcFiench I n.wever, powciful a.d im; osir.jj, at a tli>tar.cc ( r oil

S1 a rit riigc 21.OfAlTLdozdus claim,) and 13 I short limo. Storage. Government I, in perfect confidence that the difficulty our coa>T, will, 1 trust, deter n from ili r.argic;; the j
I For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glandular,, ugh dutiCi vlach we owe lu oar coiistituculs, our
FtLCthtttl was at an"end the of State received
k The subserilxn5 has Secretary
to flliI1i I, % 2 Swellings, it 1 is to rredicine yet known to national character, and to the wxnld.
nJi.ps ,
4 5 C 7 superior any
'- finished a call hum the French Charge d'Alia ires in:
lately a Iwjgc the
th" clo. !
The House of lit ? o
Sup H the medical faculty It is much safer Luau mercurialof I prcsenta.ive-;
11 1 and 12
ig ,. i anJ commodious Cotton \\ ashitugi nit, who desiiedlo read to iiim a letter resolved that
Arrcdoiido' last s-sion; of Conyre tiianiinusty
: 1 s claim and preparlion of ihnt material,) because it does > ,
13 any
CC l..e 2: lownship ot not lay the patient liable to injury fiom expose tocold. Shed which with his well known \Vaiehonsc, lie had received from I the Fiencii Minister i of Foreign he treaty of the 4tli of July, l&U, should bj n ain- A

him ho-Jise from the weather from 8UU Allairs. He asked whether he intruded insisied l the U.itCi
: [ Jl', ) and will enable to was was tamed, anJ i-s execttfon: ou y
ii lifrange 23.1. 12' This Ointment has cured seres of many years stand to 1000 bales. Those "ho may store their Coiton or directed to make any oilicial States It is due to the welfare of the! human acc,

a 1. 2 3 with him assured thai attcnliou will oc ue- ctmtnu'I not less than to ocr own interests amt huno;, lisa tin ;i
, g, j 1 2, atit.I ing. Wheieit is impossible or imprudent to heal thu are every nication, and replied, that lie was only I
>e : 4. external sore, in co'iseqaencn of the bone becoilliulcari..us V sLob ti! tmvaids itS> safe htC)1flgLMaik in read the letter, and furnish a copy if requested, resolution shou.d, at all hazards, uc aclaeried 10. It,
ITy 1'2, 3, 4,5, C,7, *, J, 10, II 12, and I or rotten, it vvill stop ihe progress of the caries, :, Jan. 13 2Uf K. W. DORSCV, i he substance of Its contents, it is presumed, may after -o signal au ext.uiplcas thai given by the Ainv itit-
25. Comm. Mcrcl.anu during ihcir long proaacted ditaci
dj' rican People
incicasLi the quantity oi the discharge, remove the of Storage be from Nos. 4 and G herewith
: gathered trails
with France of forbearance accuinu ateMwrori'
Jljf 1 Dsivu f-mell and the ,
ofr.inc e.uo pain.Itcurestbti -
Tilt miiied. It was an to make known to the
aie IiiU attempt and of confidence in her uliinait-
be tFelons \Vhitlovvs generous
jf5l flfr1 1 1 the LtIIti ktlll"len ltfce"cd for two weeks, and nou cation of 48: hours.Rheumatisms wor>. on an appli jxcrncK.: Government of the United Staler: privately, in veto! 11 Ii) justice, she shall now be pruiiueil to 'aIu- L.

,orl i reserved ltr by law for the use o,f which have StOdStI long as to become 4 IX months after date Application will be made tor what manner it could make explanations, apparently hold troni U the tardy alki iinperle'ct iIkdeLnhlj1cht1u.iwhicli
y 'iIi be nitlitaty or otiCi purpu the Iluit. i ude of the County Couit fur Lemi but alter 01 remonstranCe and dicusou.
tLcIudd front s1e. a systematic disorder, requires medicine to bo taken inwardly s voluntary, really delated by France, years
GII, 1iard the .. to remove them entirely. But in most common County, for letters of Dismib5ory gn the estate o: acceptable U) her, and thus obtain payment ot'lhe had :U length been solemnly agreed on by the henry
n of 1tVasLiii
11n I tort Lilib cty Jumts. Pauncr deceased, late of said county. of IBH: and to set at uaujiii the obligation; it inpw-: mr,1
of cases applying this Ointment externally as directed ij,000OOU ol fjancs. No exception was taken to L w.
h 1tlieprcsdeIIt day October, A.I). I 18'Jj. by I. G. SEARCY iExccutms thf United States will not Le the only sufferer-
ANDREW JACKSON. it will give relief. And even in old people, vhos SflE1'FElt.U ;- this mode communication which is used to prepare ses,
ttlMr RICHARD etToitsof and to srustttic
A The humnmiv religion,
pains have been of longer standing, it will ease the Tallahassee Jan. 48 I83G. 24 GmMULKS the vvay for official intercourse; but the suggestions tie! appeals justice and the arbitrament of reaso-.
mifcMoner of the General Land Office. pain. made in it* in their
-- were sub-stance wholly for the coercive reined!es usually resorted to bf i iojured -
To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment MUr.ES ,, Not being in the shape ol" an otli Iiuatliuisstbic. I- nations will receive little encouragement *fO' .
b6 valuable iu winter it being
2SL110u!. ST iiiV3\? Aas7s must ver; certain very ii its ellcct.son Chilblains on our or nurtsaiTeclf'i arrived m the Brig Mary from Mexico, S5 cial communication lo this Government, it did not such an issue. By the'selection and enlorcemeu r.

lands J With frost iU'kcvvise pre vc Us qualities in allch JUST from 3 to 5 years old. They are repicsuiacd admit oi reply or oflicial notice, nor could it safely; such lawful and expedient tr.caures 3S may b* r.c-

n IlttifacUun oi are required to prove the same tu 10 be us fine ft> any that were ever shipjeulionx be made the basis of any action by the Executive tess-ary to prevent a result to injurious to ours-'lvt-
diy t Itegiittcr and Receiver, prior t cit mules The uove mules will be old low, ana and M fatiil in the hopes of the pLilamh! opiM v."
of that the of State
i wic A large mass testimony proving the value of thi* ctiuniry, or Legislature, the'Se'creiary did shall not theietorenot-only the peculiar;

''I TSH Office, most excellent medicine t-vitl be shewn 10 those vvbo iitrc-i ti. Enquire oft not think' proper to ask a copy because he interests of uur citi/tns,the independence preserve of ou Government -

1I .. SfejgUi. 1835. J3.lfn wish further inforaiati'on on opulicubon lo l, r filers hUWlA. BEACH, Master of the Brig Mrry or uEUWl have no use for it. and the hoaorpf our country, but do r :n<*..sn

TT RTmUE: ions, or to any of his authorized agents. f a U.'bU sb'i Si. Maiks Jun._11 Ulllof Copies of papers marked No>. U, 10, and 11 1 may be hoped, to vindicate the faith of trc;,tie:

I The above med.cine sold by special appointment of --- -- suow un attempt, 01. the part i of I lie relicti Charge and promote the general interestcf peace, c .\izaiiou [.--
iiioTtfe lhe year cc.. etent waiter: the patentee and warranted genuine. Bi4ANuids; every description tar Salo d'AHalies, place a copy ol"ttiw letter among theArch'ives andimprjreyie. ANDREW JACKSCN,
I ,u0nS negro Woman, as chamber maid. E. B..r RKINS. DKCCCIIT.
of this Government which lor obvious' .Jaiii.b1
24 4w JNO.B, TAYLOR; Tallahassee January",. 1831. 27t( hIs ofhcc.l :



yip ,,k y ,

I .. ;: 1 !Ir. M'Cent presented fa potHieHi ef 1M wktow and i to introduce a bill to be entitled An Act to authorize Sion I cross the Escambia ricer," which ns h,act tetona
Lecrislati've n.otiou Smith to dispose of& certain real I estate." I[ ordered for a third reading n 1()-mormo rinse,std
the CouncilCONTINUED of Thomas W. Seabrook which on his '
of ,
it j* Proceedings b. executors mr. Berlhelol presented the petition of J. Livingston and Mr. Hawkins from the committee on ear Y
was referred to the Judiciary committee.Mr. charier from toJacksonville correctly,.enrolled, ""ucnia ItPOrted '
: [ FROM OUR LAST.] others, praying a lo run stages Tallahassee II
,. KIf'1 pursuant to notice heretofore given asked Blount presented the petition of Wm. P. Duval, which was read and referred to the committee on An Act to raise a regiment of volun :leers ia
and obtained leave to introduce a bill to authorize Thomas praying the allowance of certain claims, which was refer- the State of the Territory. ry," and >a Tetra).
establish the Escambia River, red to a select committee, Messrs. Blount, Hawkins and mr. Hawkins presented the petitions of Micajah Vhltehurstand An Act to authorize a regiment in the count
t r: Cooper to a ferry across Burritt were appointed thereon.Mr. also of John Britt, which was read and severally referred to be called the! 12th regiment" Y 0'QfDxnbQ
which was read, and on his motion, referred to the committee Duval from the
,, Mr. .
committee. committee
Dual from the committee claims made the lo the Judiciary tht: militia
on to
.. on the State of the Territory.Mr. mr. Bertheloi presented the petition of the President and directors referred a bill entitled, An Act to am'e1d an wi ho. 1ft.
,: Higginbotham presented the petition of Jared P. following report( : following of the Union Bank of Florida, praying Mn alteration in, act 10 amend an act to organize and r.gu'!tate! tbeel1f tltca{ IQ
t. Barber, praying the establishment of a' ferry across the The committee on claims beg leave to submit the their charter, which was read and referred to the Bank com the Tewlory of Florida, and to repeal ;im act ;)a1liJedmahlia e(

". St. Mary's river, which was read and referred to the committee report an>> sundry claims referred to them : mittee. day of February 1832, and for other pu\ poses ; 1 1.<
J' f : on the State of the Territory. 1. The claim of Richard Hayward assignee &c. for mr. Kenan offered a resolution in the words following sub,litute. for said bill, a bill entitled, "i.n; Act SUpZ, das a
: Mr. Blount presented the petition of the heirs of Daniel $295 with two years interest, in all $330. This claim Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary be instructed the several acts organizing the militia ct t the fernt '10

,. : :; E Burch dec'd. for the sale of real estate, which was: on was regularly audited and certified by the executive in lo inquire whether any alterations+> are necessary w !be: nd," which was read the first and secsnd time (tf,:! !:i
rr committee.Mr. 1834, under the law of the council of that year, and is made in the several laws of thu Territory, relatIve to the dis- waived for that purpose) and ordered foa third n dIe qc
his motion referred tho I
1 to Judiciary
for and in the laws and tribution of the estates of intestates ; and also whether the property t -day. na h
folding stiching, pamplhiel form
:., f : Morton from the committee on the State of the > al'orphan children is sufficiently secured by the existing Mr. Blount from the Judiciary commi tee la whom
JS: i Territory to whom the same had been referred ; reportedwith j journals of that year. It is equitable and just. They !. laws of the Terrilory, and report accordingly. had been referred, reported with amendments a bll Mid, \1
'j j amendments a bill entitled, "An Act respecting the were rendered, and were necessary, and the amount was Which was read and laid on the table till I to-morruw. an act to amend an act to prevent trespasses and :kd,
hostile negroes and mullatoes in the Seminole nation, and the same allowed previously and is considered reasonable mr. Hawkins from the committee on Enrolments reportedas tionson! lands within jurisdiction of the Territory d

Ft for other purposes;?' which upon his motion was placed ; Congress undei (as the committee believua misunderstanding correctly Enrolled, nda," which was first read and order.: for a second of .
tho orders for today.Mr. annulled part of the compensation l law of 1834, "An Act respecting the hostile negroes and mullalloes in the on to-morrow. rhe,nc

t, among. Bcrthelot from the Committee on Enrollments reported i including that allowance, and consequently: it itas been Semuiole NatIOn," and The resolution offered on yesterday If Mr. Kenan
r Was
refused payment at the United Stale Treasury. The Resolutions respecting the loss ef major F. S. Dade, and read and adopted. IgtAA /
,, : as correctly enrolled hose under his command, on the 83th of December last past." bill entitled An Act to authorize the
anJ the guardian:
between the executive :
A.II Act to authorize and permit John M'Lemorc, to correspondence : secretary Blouni from of the tutor
mr. the Judiciary committee to whom said bills minor heir of Daniel C. Burch .'ceased. iL
:a' build a bridge across the Suwannee river ot the Garden of the treasury has been culled lor and examined by ihe j had been referred, reported without amendment a bill entitled, estate: of the sa'.j heir within this Terri ory and to for sell tl l

-i". Sl"Jrinonsaid. ..... river." committee: und wo coincide entirely in "pinion: and ap- I An Act to repeal part of the 5th section of an act entitled, poses," was read the second lime and rdered for a oirW
:';, : An' Act to make: permanent the county site of Hiuml-} I prove of tho course taken by the fo.rmt'rt und we deem itUIIJIM an act to make permanent the county seat of Madison county ing- on to-morrow. thudtadd

.,' ton county." : n! :hu United States to withhold payment of this and for other purposes," which was again; read and the rule A resolution offered by Mr. Berlhelol yesterday
"' An Act authorizing the sale of the real estate oi 1 .it-count as the secretary l However, refuses payment, those being waived, placed among the orders for a third reading on rend and adopted.{ WMpia
i Thomas Golf decea'wd"and \\lio h.tve: rendered the services and who received thpal''OUrJ today.Also A bill entitled, "An Act for the seuic ncm n. o-rtaiQ
( umlfii the solemn faith of a law of this Territoryshould a bill entitled, "Au Act to authorize the guardian or therein stated," was read the thud time: and passed, chiles
; ) An Act to organize a regiment in Franklin county, to tuilor of the minor heir of Daniel E. Burch deceased, to sell thai the title be as above set forth. orde .
therefore incur the loss but the committee
I. be called the Eleventh Regiment." not : : the real estate of said heir within this 'I'erritorosnd for other A bill entitled, "An Act to incorporate the
} ;:t :Mr. Blount from the Judiciary committee made the following deem it equitable that the Territory should pay the claim I purposes," which was read and ordered for a third reading on West," was read the third time and po!sed. Cit1 or .

. r report : and demand it again, from the United Stales in the gencr lo-morrow. A bill entitled, "An Act to incorpora e the Florida Inson

; .': The Judiciary Committee to whom was referred the ul appropriation bill and they report therefore a bill for that mi. Brown pursuant lo previous notice asked and obtained and Banking Company," was on rnolic n of Mr. Morton as

] ." bill to be entitled an act to establish a tribunal for the purpose. leave to introduce a bill entitled, "An Act to organize a regiment poned and made the order of the day d If tomorrow.A .
;' trial of slaves, free and mulattoes within this Territory 2. The committee deem the claims of Richard Hayward in the county of Columbia to be called the 12th regiment," bill entitled, "An Act snpplemeniiil: to theseveralaetsor
.I.r: ; leave negroes and Philip W. Courtney for furnishing the council 1 which was read! and ordered for a third reading on to-day. ganizing the militia of the Territory of Florida, was aka
t beg to report : Also a bill entitled, "An Act to legitimate and change the from the orders of the day and read th t third time.
in 1835, and $ and The
room just amount to
They .
t.: That had the under consideration and are proper. Jos
they name of George W. Carter, which was read and ordered for and its
nays being required on passage by Messrs. Macao
,1. $- for the allowance of"which the committee have inserted and
of the opinion that the of the bill! the second .
unanimously provisions reading: on to day.A Dennis, were yeas Mr. President Messn. Blounr, BurriilHrjrt
are well adapted for the speedy trial of that class of persons a section in said bill. In the appropriation bill of this bill entitled: '. An Act to prohibit the circulation of incendiary l and that such a tribunal as that designed by the bill I session there three items should be included. 3. The publications," was taken from the orders of ihe day, and !Morton, Ramsey and Tabor-13. Nays Messrs. Bcr

V i is greatly needed in this 'Tvn itory. The acts of Congress bill of P. M'Cormick referred to the committee, has been read the second time, when on motion the House went into Brown of Columbia, Dennis, Duva Macon, M'NeilijJ

t organizing the Territoral! Government, however, deemed impolitic by it. The general law rnakingallowances committee of the whole thereon, after some time spent therein Walker-7. So said bill is passed : ordered that the title be
for slaves 'or murder of the committee rose, and mr. M'Neil therefrom reported pro as above set firth.
: 1' having confined: the criminal jurisdiction in capital! cases, hung on assessment tho jury, was I
gress and] asked: leave to sit again, which was concurredin The House then until
x exclusively to the superior courts, it is entirely beyond the repealed last session. Special allowances are much more by the House and five report adjourned to-r sorrow normu 9* skip!
twenty copies are ordered to be o clock.
(' : power: of this legislative council to pass any law giving t to objectionable than a gtlnerallaw. The reference to individual printed.

any other tribunal concurrent jurisdiction with the said j | ;; to assess the amount (if any should be allowed) mr. Berlhelot asked and obtained leave (the rnle being waived Saturday, January 28.

S courts in capital criminal cases. The committee, therefore or at any rate the legal auditing officeisshould ascertain it. i < for that {purpose) to introduce a resolution in tile words The House mel pursuant te adjournment, a quorum

. I request to be discharged from the further considera The committee therefore report against the bill and beg following f being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was

t: ., tion of the bill. leave to be discharged from the further consideration. Resolved, That at the next general election for members of read.Mr.

r: All of which is respectfully submitted, SAMUEL H. DUVAL, the Legislative Council, the vote of the people of the Territory Duval asked that the rule be waived, and (bat bra
f. THO. M. BLOUNT, Chair. Com. in each and every county thereof shall be taken upon the be given him without previous notice to introduce a bill
Mr. subject changing our form of government, and that each t entitled "An Act to the Tallahassee "
.: Chairman. Whereupon Berlhelot] moved that the Houso do voter be organize Guards,
permitted to write on his ballot "State" or "No
Which vas concurred in by tho house', and said committee disagree to so much of said report as relates to tho claimof State" in order that the will and wishes of the people may be which consent was unanimously given, and said bill vu

discharged from the further consideration of the Paul M'Cormick, which motion prevailed.A t fully known upon this important subject ; and that the inspec read and placed among the orders .or a second reading

'.' bill therein named. bill entitled, ., An Act for the settlement of certain tors of elections in each and every county and precinct, in this on today.Mr. .

: An Engrossed bill eniiilcd! "An Act to authorize the claims therein stated," accompanying the forgoing reportwa 11 1 I'Territory shall cause due notice to be given to the electors of Blount pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked

Governor of thy Territory of Florida, to raise volunteers read, and ord3red for a second reading on to-morrow. their right of voting upan said subject. and obtained leave to introduce a till entitled, "An Act
Mr. President laid before Which was read and laid on the table until lo-morrow. to authorize the County Court of Escambia
for the defence of tho South East frontier, was read the the House the t following message County, to
A boll entitled, An Act fnr the selllemejil of certain claims admit to probate the last will and testament of Antonio
.: third time the and its
being required on "
yeas nays pas- therein
was read a second time and ordered for a third Yillaverde
: page by Messrs. Berthelot and Duval, were yeas Messrs. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, l reading on lo morrow. deceased which was niad and placed among

:: Blount, Burritt, Higginbotham t Hollaman, Hunter, Johnson January 20th, 1836. J A bill entitled, An Act to incorporate the City of Key the orders for a second reading on Monday neit.
-- ,: Kenan, 1'l'CuntlJles: Morton, Rnm...ey andYal I To the Legislative Council- West," was:: read Iht second lime by the title when on motion Mr. Blount fr.m the Judiciary co nmittee to hem wu

.. It. ker-12. Nays 'tIr. President, Messrs. Berlheta, Blown, I have the hunour to lay before you a Re- nf jr. Duval the House went into committee: thereon, after referred the petition of Micajah Whitehurst, reported un

: I t." of Columbia, DiMinis, Duval, Macon, M'Neil and Taborso port from the treasurer, concerning the donation of Public some lime spent therein the committee rose and Mr. JVIcrUn favourably on the said petition, and also that .the petitiw*
1 So said bill, u t passed ; ortW/! Tliaf) the title be Lands to this Territory, agreeably to the provisions of therefrom reported said bill without amendment, which report et have leave to withdraw his said petition and the accom
r:., as above -stated. a IZCavul'n, ......ocp'I ray rho 1 l\l1n.iI _thAir last session. was concurred in by the House, and said bill was ordered to panying documents : which report was concurred in bj

\ A bill entitled, "An Act to raise a regiment of volunteers JO .N H. J! \.i\.TU1. be An read engrossed a third time hill entitled on to morrow."An the House, and the documents withdrawn.

: t" : in this Territory" was again taken up in committee Which was read, and with the accompanying documents volunteers i in tlpis''erritnrv", was read Act 10 the i u3C third n time s\a\ent, the yeas f A bill entitled, An Act to Ruth rize the guardian or

: f of the whole ; after some time spent: therein, the committee referred lo a select commute, Messrs. Blount M'Cants and nays being required on its passage by Messrs. Berlhelol tutor of the minor heirs of J*yen }:onleual, and Yllato

F": rose, and Mr. Morton therefrom, reported progress and Burritt, Miles and Duval were appointed on said committee. and Duval, were yeas Messrs. Berthelut, Blouni, Brown of sell and dispose of the real estate cf the said heirs within -

t asked leave to sit again which report was concurred in by Columbia' Higginbotham, Hunter. Johnson, Kenan, Macou, this Territory," was read the se und time and made
:.;: the House. Mr. Hawkins from the committee on Enrollments, reported M Neil, Miles, Morton, Ramsey Tabor & Walker-14. Nays the order of the day for Monday next.
I President
*. .. A bill entitled An Act respecting the hostile negroesand as correctly Enrolled : Mr.M'C nts-6. Messrs.So Burritr Dennis Duval, Hawkins and A bill f'ntitled0 Act for the relief of Paul M'Cor-
\' : ,t : mullatloes in the Seminole nation, and for other purposes An Act to authorize the Governor of the Territory of as above stated.A said bill is pacsed ordered that the title be mick of Leon County" was read the second time and

",' .. ," was read the second time, when the House went Florida raise"volunteers for the defence of the SouthEast bill entitled, An Act to authorize and permit John Di'- ordered for a third reading on Mend ly next. [

;, into committee of the whole thereon after some time Frontier. Lemore to build a bridge across the Suwannee river, at the A bill entitled, An Act to fix the, place of holding tht
i>.!, spent therein, the committee rose, and Mr. Dennis there A resolution respecting a donation of Land for Public Gadsden Springs on said river," was referred to a committeeof Superior and County Court in and for the County .f 1-

: ; from reported said bill with sundry amendments, which purposes Washington county." the whole House. The House went into committee thereon lachua," was read a second time and ordered for a third

: ,., report was concurred in by the House, and said bill was A resolution respecting the election of justices ef the Duval, after some time spent therein the committee rose, and Mr. reading on Monday.A .

again read the second time, when Mr. Burritt usked and peace and county court judges," and Governor therefrom reported said bill amended as proposed by the bill entitled, "An Act to repeiil an act therein men

: .: obtained the unanimous consent of the House to add a >( A resolution respecting the appropriation of Fines said bill was!, which read report the was concurred in by the House, and tioned was read the second tiin and referred to tie
second and
third tin
+ea and the
section to said bill in words and Forfeitures collected If free of colour."
the following : persons rule being waived l for that purpose ; ordered that the title be as Judiciary committee.
I, Sec, 5. Be it further enacted, That any person or persons Mr. Duval from tho select committee, to whom the above set forth. 1- A bill entitled, "An Act to organize a County t be

owning slaves or other property, captured as aforesaid subject was referred, reported a bill entitled, An Act to A bill entitled, "An Act to repeal part of the 5th section of called Pinkny County" was read the second time and

shall have the right to reclaim the dame, if the said incorporate the city of KeyWest," which was read and I an acl entitled" 'an act to make permanent the county seat of1atisnn ordered for a third reading on M one ay.

claim be made within six months from the lime; of the capture ordered for a second reading on to-morrow. :\ county and for other purjxj.ses,1" was read the third A bill entitled, "An Act to authorize Thomas Cooper

o' thereof, upon paying to the person or persons so cap A bill entitled, '* An Act to raise a regiment of volunteers time A bill and passed ; "oidered that the title be as above set forth. to establish a Ferry across the Escunbia: river," was read

.1:.1 turing the sum provided in the forgoing section ; and! any in this Territory," was again taken up in committee of Columbia entitled, : he An called Act to organize: a regIment" in the county I- the third time and passed : ordered that the title be as a.
.y to the 12ih read
It' : negro so owntd as aforesaid: shall 1 nol escheat to the Territory of the whole ; after some time spent therein the committee second and third time (the rule being Il'grueUlVat for that : waived the bove staled.

or be considered a prize of /Far ; and if any sjavo rose, and Mr. Morton therefrom reported said bill!1 and passed! ordered that the title be as above set purpose forth. ) A bill entitled, "An Act to prevent trespasses and depredations

; I shall voluntarily surrender him or hei elf, to his or her with amendments the yeas and nays being required on A bill entitled, An Act to ''egiiimale and change the name on lands within tlpeJ'urisiictioa of the Territory

1 I I' r[ />toner, or to any other person for said owner, such slaveehnlj the House agreeing to the report ot the committee, by of George W. Cartet," \v.\- rl'ulllll': siumd, and third time, of Florida" was read the secor d time and ordered (for

not, be construed to come within the provisions of Messrs. Duval and Blount were yeas Messrs. Bcrthelct, (the rule being waived) and passed, ordered that the title ue a third reading on Monday next.

this act. I Blount, Brown of Columbia, Higginbotham, Hunter, Johnson as above slated. An Engrossed bill entitled An Act to prohibit the circulation -

: On motion of' Jr. Murton, lh<, "+.'d bill was read 1 Kenan, Macon, M'Neil, Miles, Morton, Ramsay, and A bill entitled, An Act" tu incorporate the Florida Insurance of incendiary publications, was read the Ultra

third time und! pa: SCcJ, ordered that ifap title be, "An A bet et Tabor and Walker-14. Nays mr. President messrs. pored Banking and made Company the order, was of the on day motion for ul'Mr.to morrow.. Morton post<< I' time and passed : ordered that the title be as above set

respecting this hostile negroes, and. mujlattoes in the Seminole i i- Burritt, Dennis, Duval, Hawkins and l\l'Cants-6./ Sosaid The House then adjourned until to-morrow at 12 o'clock. I forth.A.
to. .. \ lIallo, '!.'' I teport was agreed to, and said bill read a settnd bill entitled, "An Act to authorize the guardian or

r The' ihnoo then mljourncil] until to-morrow morning at j time and ordered to be :Engrossed for a, third reading on Friday, January 22. I tutor of the minor heir of Daniel Z.. Burch deceased, t to(

.i- .. JJ u clues!. to-morrow. sell the real estate of the said heir within ibis Territory

The bill entitled, An Act respecting the hostile negroes The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being I and for other purpose," was read tie third time and $&'

Wednesday, January h b. and mullattoes in the Seminole nation" was taken present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. I I ,:d : ordered that the title be as above set forth.
Hie House in committee of the whole after time therein Mr. Bertuelot pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained A bill the Florida Insurance
i met pursuant to adjournment, quorum be- up ; some spent leave entitled. An Act to inco-p crate
lo introduce bill I
a entitled An
Act for the
relief of
mg ]IfCSl't11! the the committee rose and mr.Valker therefrom motion ol tt
journal of ; reported and Banking
yesterday's piooocdings: was Paul M'Conuick of I.eon county," which was read and ordered Company, uas on
Ie/;) / 1 said bill to the House without amendment which Morton
report fo- a second reading on to-morrow. postponed until! Monday noxt.: .
'I, Mount;!! .."Mvnt; to notice given on yestcrday,asked II was concurred in by the House, and said bill was read Mr. Walker pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained A bill entitled. An Act to organize the TolLtbas,ee.
and ubur) ; :: -. third linif and ordered that the title be leave to introduce the the rulobe
:'itnicucea bill entitled H An Act a passed ; as above following bills : I Guards, was read the second and tb\rd\ time (
to autf., ,/. .i .f i 01 t ,ijtor of the rnn.or hairs of set forth A bill entitled, An Act to nx Ihe place of holding the Superior I ing waived for that purpose.) The! Yeas and Nays be i

Jayem ,'UIIII'II.lI- .-", Yla, to sell and dispose ,,t f the real The House then adjourned until te-morrow morning ai I and also and County Courts in and for the County of Alachua," : required on its passage by ate ssr3. Blown of Co1mblr:
estate ut'tht.1sd li,, 'Aiihin this 11 o'clock. I and Blount Yeas Messrs $etthrld I
41 r. Territory which wan were Mr. Presid jnl
A bill entitled An Act "
tit i lead by the title, und <>u Ins motion referred to me Ju dc I. I Thursday, January 21. which bills were,read the first to repeal time and an act ordered therein for mentioned a second, Blount, Burritt, Dennis, Duval, Hnvkins, HiggtDbO a aai
airy committee.Mr. i Morton
reading on lo-morrow. Hunter Kenan, Macon, M'Canur, Miles, _
Brown of Columbia gave notice that he will after( The House met pursuant adjournment, a quorum being Mr. Tabor pursuant to previous notice asked and obtained I Ramsey-15. Nays Messrs. Broun of Columbia': to-dty introduce a bill to be entitled, "An Act to establish: present the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. leave to introduce a bill entitled, An Act to authorize Sion son, M'Ne.l. Tabor and Walker.1-. So said bill t5pas1
n regiment in the county of Columbia." His Excellency the Governor transmitted to the House the Smith to dispose} of certain real estate," which was read by ed : ordered that the title be as bef we set forth.
Mr. Bcrthelot following communication, the title, and referred to the committee. next at t U
gave notice that he will, on some future Judiciary Tho House then adjourned anti, Monday
'' t". day introduce a bill entitled, "An Act to incorporate t EXECUTIVE OFFICE, I Mr. Berlhelol presented the petition of Thomas E. Randolphand o'clock.
Tallahassee, Jan. 21, 1836. others which read and
Atlantic was with the documents
and Gulf accompanying
t; i Also of Mexico Rail-Road Company. tem To the'! Leg :lali"e Council : referred to the Judiciary committee. Monday, Jallu/ry 25.
a bill entitled, "An Act to alter and amend The act :o authorize and permit John I1i'L
Il I act giving a lien to mechanics in certain cases." more to build a bridge across the Suwannee rivet, at the Gad e't+sr. Blount offered the following resolutions, to wit : The House met pursuant to adjournment, a CSU: :

Air. Morton asked und obtained leave without den Springs on said river is returned, with the proposed amendment sResolved- unanimoiuly, That a select! committee be appointed L- ,i being present, the Journal of Satui day's pruceedipBiof
t,,; notice (the rule previous to be made at the end of the first section. Provided 1, and authorized to purchase on account of the Territory read.
being waived for that
a bill entitled, U Ar' Act purpose) to introduce That said bridge be kept in sufficent and prwper order, and if Florida, all the rifles, muskets and other implements of war, Duval asked and obtained' leave, without P I evioU3Mr. .
: to amend entitled for sale this time in Tallahassee for "
an act at lair
the of >
an act this purpose arming to
to amend not be the case, the county court shall have authority notice (the rule being for that purpose waived)
an art: to I : S.
organize and regulate the militia of the the volunteers, and placing the country in a situation of d I
i Territory of Florida to declare that no tolls shall be demanded or exacted, and to fence. e' duce a bill entitled, .. An Act for the relief of Jar
and to to peal l un net passed the 1st give to other the of Judd'er y
right building another :
any person bricge be
Freshwater which read and to
day of Resolved That the was
February 1832 and (for oilier purposes," which or of establishing a ferry.' said committee distribute the arms so
read the title was I purchased to the commanding officer of volunteer ; : committee.Mr. .
by and referred to the committee tho mi JOHN H. EATON any regiment with.i
:, litia. battallion or company, or of any body of citizens, who Morton asked and obtained! ;eave to introduce bill
x) 1 :Mr. Duval And thereupon the said bill is on motion of mr Brown ordered may organize themselves for the purpose of aiding in defence. out previous notice (tho rule belr o the elor waived) a
; taped leave pursuant to previous notice asked and o b- to be reconsidered, and is placed among the orders for to day. of the country. entitled ,. An Act to amend an act. entitled an act.to a.
l ,
to introduce a bill entitled i An Act to prohibit mr.Berthelot pursuant to notice given on yesterday, asked Which was read, and upon his motion (the rule being waived entitled and regulate the
;, the circulation incendiary I publications," which wa and obtained leave to introduce a bill entitled, "An Act to incorporate ) were adopted. Messrs. Bleunt, Burritt, Berthelot, M' mend an act an act to -J,, repeal an act(
read and ordered ''or a second! reading on to the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Rail-Road Company ii Cants and Miles were appointed on said committee. militia of tbe Territory of Florid: and to ,, whic6!

t lUre Walker gave notice that he will on some morrow future. ," which was read by the title and referred to the committee Mr. Morton from the committee on the State of the Territory passed 1st February 1832, and .for! other purposes,the fir!
ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled "An day on internal improvements. to whom was referred the petition of sundry inhabitants the rule being waived for hat pur?jse, was read t
w t change the place of holding 'he &, Act to inr. Hawkins gave notice that he will on some future day praying the establishment of a new county out of part of Monroe and second time and ordered for I. third reading D
of Alachua county courts introduce a bill authorizing the county court of Jackson cow county, reported that the committee considered said petition day. .
M r. Burritt. county from, the und /fur other purposes." other ty to lay taxes in said county for the building a jail and t for I reasaunble, and in conformity' to said opinion he reported slip Berthelot pursuant to previous notice asked and 0
majority aIle
a reconsiderationof purposes. bill entitled "An
a Act to organize county to be calledPinkney An Act to
, a bill entitled: l, An Act re1 pecting the hostile negroes rnr. Walker gave notice that he will on some future day ask> I county," which was read and ordered for a second tuined leave to introduce_ a bill! entitled, :in cer rya
k and cnullallocs in the Seminole nation," withuucw f f- leave to introduce a bill to repeal An Act passed February) reading uu to-morrow. und amend uri act giving a lien to mechanics co
to o ,
I fer amendments to the panic, which motion prevailed und 9th 1835, entitied nn act for the relief of Grantees and clam mAlso from the same committee be reported without amend I cases," >'fhichVas read and"referred to the JUdlClall,
said bill is placed among the orders for lo-d.jy. : ants of land in certain cases"' l rnent a bits which had beeu referred to staid committee& '.II I, mittr.u .
mr. Tabor, gave notice that on to-morrow he will ask leave r" An Act to authorize Thomis>< Cooper to establish a Ferry' a- [To be continued in our next.]

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captured and eats and all
----- sent otF ; the necessary expenses which may be By. P. Macrt Geo. K. Walker, our UcutecanN ; ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.

I FL0RmfhAl : I II IL' The road referred 10 in the inclosed letter, is... which incurred you under are authorized your orders to have, will drawn be meL upon by bills this Governor-Respected alike for his ta&nti and amiability. SIX months after date, I shall present my At' .

tt from Marianna io-Apalachicola, and will be commenced Department.You $ and Voucher for a final settli'ment- and .

lit I U1AgBIbgA ; immediately. will perceive that the instructions herein given By J. Wallace. The memory of Gen. Thompson. I anply to the Hon. the Judge of the County Coi'art of "tj.
Gadsden (i
: FEB. 6. You are aware that !orders have been given 10 'J'6 pre uuouary. If yog shall have ascertained By Mr. Gunn. The tWO brothers,:-Capt.! & Lieut.i tratorship county of the, for a discharge from th. Adminis t r i
hat estate of Sharrod McCaU deceased.
to- S &fU' Gen. Eustrs to go to St. John's I with his Troops Jimself| the Indians ale subdued, that Gen. Clinch !ts Grah. m-The, nrsi on the field of tattle, and Iho'wounded WM. B. McCALL, Adm'r. ..
ordered on io lake corn and Militia, to aid in that quarter. \\ lien this proceed called to out a sufficient force, you will not men the-last to leave it. February 2d, 1838. 26-6m

I t "::'01'1\\ SClltt bJl been n' 3"gemLling for ibc red ucr aflair commenced, I went to urge immediate mea VcI1. .;\ copy carry of into this effect letier,uas the been directions sen: to herein General gi- By H. B. Copdand. Our absent fritnd CoL Leigh NOTICE.DURING :S..-'.::;..">:

V" df the IrtnY ??? has arrived in sures against the Indians, hut the l'rclSid"lIt seemed Clinch for hIs infurU1alcon.V Rt:3A gallant othce., wuo has sustained: himself "
'Ill r nd sJ-minoles.: Hc absence from TalUhasiee bu
my -
think he could my
l to drive
hOIite them out of Florida rebj-ectfully obedient ai the !baiiteui the Witti.acoochee I
cry ant, the
your gaining entire conducted "
this.pledge"'a" be Wade ;
10af: 1 L "in'f' the'' be expected to reach with 300 men. 'p by Mr. Henry ,
j Signed) LEWIS CASS.
I1lJV: couiidciue ol tic Volunteers.By a gentleman whom inplicit confidence be placed -

lit :. \ requisition has: been made The Government now see that thev arc not so I Brevet Brigadier Gen. A. EUSTIS, oaui'i.: H. UU'al. he _\ est and :South:: united i in his ability as a first rate workman may and integrity t'f.:;'''
; ;* lets ih" for fifteen !hundred contemptible, and thing will be Charleston fc>. Carolina. .
"* *ee' <' Carolina f every done here in inteK&i, uey should not be separated m political I of character. Those of my friends ind custom ,

to \ "" In..( for three tlHusanu.13Georg.1 I that can be done.I scnuments and aellun. :- ers, who have hitherto patronised toe, tre assured ;::t

am your's, truly that all orders will be faithfully executed and -.;
0- .:""0, .ud',I rnai b"tl furnish a cnlltingcllt' force to. act. JOS., M. WHITE. PUBLLIC DINNER TO EX-GOV. DUVAL. By it. J. Hac .lc)'. Col. :feam'1.::> Paakiull; -A wairior : attended to. punctually J' .

C LOU \f.1" tJr'cks t1r ....l'nllnlles.gmSla- Arrangements: having been made by our citi- awl a genilen.au. Those who are indebted to the subscriber, are re- ,

''QiD :htr'lIgaJnst"I!, five hundred Volunteers,\ who WASHINGTON, Jan. 20! 1836. zens to give a Public Dinner to Ex-Gov. Duval By A ex'r. Formy Duval. Our distinguished qnesled to make immediate payment to Mr. Wade, ',41;;..

L ta Vol;ilaL 'I' tlie 3d -"St. under the I II Dear Sir: Capt Shannon, ol the Q,. Master's the following note was uddre<&e.i to him by the Gucsiv m. P. uval- A pioneer in Florida-he who is my legally authorised Agent. J. I. BULL. :' ,

It' sal1 I tlr am'I't Department i is ordered to has:: reiunicu to see the weliare ot hi* children.tiy ; { ,
S. immediately lo
I rtt't 1C. repoit Committee appointed for the purpose : Tallahassee, Feb. 1st, 185. 26-3w :yf;
.JII1mandtl fthe.etcran! .OrleVns co::> Savannah Gen. Clinch. He will, ihereiore, not be able to H. H. i liiucis. Uur precut ooveitior, Jolm I '
i& .
{ DatllllCll' I'.", attend lo the road. \\ e have olficers under this: TALLAHASSEE, 23ih Jan. 133G. 11 .E..1Uh-A man w no is noi uui unfd b)' words,
lCn ;tir1' rie} : prrtiltfnl| jas, acted with a.imp1flCS Secretary has ordered me to say to you, that if Dear Sir: Under a grateful recollection of I I Auj l. ucii. i'..us. Biuwtj.. i b-j estate oi Geort -I ".Iii. Elijah: W. Sweat deceased,arc req med to present :..-:;;'

: :'"" ofaCU0. which cannot fail\ to bring I this arrangement is agreeable to you, it can be the many valuable services rendered to tins ler '. t gl.-l -c ieadi..css sue lids .v.tnvn :u meet the savage thetuduly authenticated within the lime preachhCd (:AJ'

** and e'Y ., immediately carried into effect. Be ritory during administration of .. i by law, tt the subscriber or his agent in Gadsdenvumy. uJ
( close. Charge, must be pleased to let your tne oovern- .oe i. .41 leiriiuij no. ui B.
) \\ tcCallor will bar-
in. forever
1)asnecilv < they
"':IT ) me know by the bearer, who awaits your reply. ment, and of your kind hospitality lo us Ural :settlers .:>, uui ..KU Lie .... "
tl tcowaic
Ir .It : Us mat
} Those indebted
lie, in a letter to a gen c- .L.U1.tL4g sue tul; to the estate are icqucsted toztrtrLe '
J" says Your obedient telluw-cit of aud ul
II lit ervant, your zl'ns this City the CuiisKicis us uoac ol aci uouc, ana jfesu o) her Ut.su.Uy immediate payment. JNO. FATUM.Feb. ..J'

'. .f 'uitTico. Tliw I simple expressionspeaks\ J. J. ABERT. adjoining country, through us,express their gratification ::,..... uei A. Uuval. Gov. taluu-A statesman 6 l l39.: 268wNOTICE. ;!

L. :;311 Vlw ':''nlltr achievement.) :", and of I llis Hon. J. M. WHITE, M. of Connress. at seeing you again among them, and re- undei ttuoae ...llu1Uu traLJun Florida : but, I ,

.::1InIcs 1 jinJ I it will be the watch word quest as a testimony of their respect and esteem, UoUllsil.by cannot ___ :I
\ ; 4 IX weeks after date application be made to \
..jing cicrg- for WASHINGTON, Jan. 20th, 1936. you will accept of a public dinner at such time as
:1 victory and io peace John 1'. the lion. the Court lor the of Gadsden. f
lead on n> cmith.: Our worthy Governor-Dis. County
tit Iikl\1\ Dear Sir : In consequence of the ..intelligencerm will suit your convenience. r
for letters of administration on the esia.eof Joseph
>iwvl Jhis mail I \' Uugu. l1fu in his private walks as a'gemleman, and 1t
frLmlkr.F'iriJ \
I our I.\.di\\r\ ___. .rm have to night had a long e are very respectlully, Fields late of said county deceased. .;:' 4i :
J t'icofCiurlost.ii interview with the SecictHry') m \\ ar and Major Your obedient Servants, us a public! officer, deserves the best feelings of the WILLIAM NO IWOOD. 1i1Fl'b.

\fl 31 j long\ remember: with gratitude, General) Scott, and it has been decided to order (Signed) JOHN PARKHILL, pee'pi.;01 Florida.by Glh 1836. 26 6w f !

. SI". SjiMiinali, ..l\ugll ta Gen. Scott to proceed to Florida through South U. \VELLFOKD, Adj't. Gen. Thos. Urswn. J. Wallace, the : f

rl'nero \j.bite I .Iud Sew; Orleaniu liii1hing Carolina: : and Georgia: with power to order the H.. J. HACKLE' UUiiioie oiacfcsimt.i, wnose iron hc.art could not be NOTICELOST :;: j
mislaid N ,, Walker for $65 J
on ,
or a
e ;Mjc9' mc\', and arms for the protectionfrom I Regular Troops to ,Florida and to call on the Governors CHARLES AUSfIiNVM.IIILL1AItD.: hurl, luuug.i aa iatliaii bullet passed through the I first All I
nlcn m. the of Jan, insU pen ons are cautioned -
. I of these :States> for
:: to
enough \ breast.
a ruthless and savage foe ; sweep against trading lor the same as itOJ ill not be ;:: i

oI'OUT fflll1l1cr, which. God) forbid! stand in I every Indian li'ollltlae :St.::> Mary's to Cape :Sable.::; To which, the following answer was received : b). Capt. Bud. Gen. R. K. Call-The Patriot 1 pai", TiiOti. L. MI .'rHIA:::). f 1 !
". Sh1U'd they I ertr.: Orders will be issued fill' a large of .
quantity :
I IIi! 1 provisions and o\ull1JtI-ne: deserves well of his Jan. 30th 1939. 25 3w j
" f: like, assistance! wc trust that she will lurjhousantN to Tampa B.iy. Gen. Scott will be or TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 23, iSdj. Coi. Augustus Alston, and his brave country.Volunteers NOTICE. # ;ll.I

;1l't'J. II>!t. 1 toave I hearts and) ready hands] I dere I J lit drive every Indian before him South of Gentlemen : I had the honor this day to receive J Ji1l.
Sd i ISh! : Alay ue \ uJuUle. r:) now engaged to meet ;he enemy, 4. LL those having claims against he estate of
Tampa and through an mviuiion I from tlae.CIIIZt'JlS ol
to until
lire-sides from from lestI Bay; no theie you
gram quarters
( )-
altars nud loilow his 'ikoff requesic-l! I f
tbIsiekl their exampie, resolved to die in the last duch Manual G. arc present
;. I I is absolute subjection, and the removal of Tallahassee and! tile adjoining country, to a public .,
who &tt
f' 1'iic have tlOW, on their way u the I every or return wi.h ylory.I'ue : them properly authenticated to ilcnrj > ; '1, ,
I .
Indian dinner. .t
.. suons. out of East: Florida. will I. #.r ,
I gene (I f notion nioie than a thousand: : Volunteers 1 1 am very pecifully/ Gratefully IOU ceeply eased with this Haltering Citizens of Florida-They will gallantly Tallahasse pay Jan. 30ih 1333.: 25 8vEDUAUD fi.t
t.i \ requisitions on the guard the honor, and maintain the of their
re- of safety
the regular Your Irom -
tibi-iiieut regard
afcpendciitof iiio:)i seivunt, testimony a community,
.... ( t"ten'311:' .\' n"abeUlcrc) thishave pro- JU:,. M. \\ H1TE.WM. with whom i resided M' many ) ear:", 1 accept with J j I country against every foe, by iiiuou and action HOUSTON, J;
raecuve The Stale ol ; omh Carolina Lav '
; -Her Volunteers Attorney ai
emotion invitation are a.-
WILSON Esq. warm tilt so kindly tendered. ;
i bat!.vain vJ. m the field lor the deleiice ol Florida-ihey will do OFFICE iu Jet'srson Street 4 I
Should It meet the f
:a convenience til the Commit their ;
\ duty. next door to E. ...Perkin, :
U AK DEPARTMENT, millic, I would designate iSljnday next as the day, I
for Troops on Franklin t.iahit. Abram Bt.IJamy-lIe and his Druggist.NOTICE.. 1- :
have : t
The icquisilion Jan. -20, l&SO. S to mmgie I ill i m :social I 1 haimony with my esteemed: volunteeieu during the war.STEAMBOAT company J au. 30th 1836 256m i

Gadsden and Leon Countic ,has been promptly \ Sir: I have the honor to enclose lor you information friends ami ftlhm-ciuzcns. t .
1S rurni bcd. The :Militia\! Jackson county a copy) 01':1 letter addressed to General 1 am respectfully, .
EXPLOSION. fHlIIE subscriber will stand his hort.e, KIRKPATJL : -Jj

ill\\ note ur.c'c! runnel], muxc at prcslIt'io" I Eusiis, in consequence: of the imilorimi troll conveyed Your obedient servant We lament to slate, that yeMtrday mornin-, RICK, the ensuing Mason; at TalL.rass-eet at the i-t fl'
\\ in Il't l.fSortlJe 14th and which UM. 1'. DUVAL.To .
: 16th ii'st. about 'J
I your o'clock [tie Hcambuatm.. and in
con- OcKtocki.ey\ bridge: or near'hiting's store, a.
3 ()\\ 13 the hrHtile atiludc of the Creeks will put you in possession of the measures thai Messrs. P.trkh ill, \\ cllli'rd, HaCkiey, Austin mamted u)' Caj.t. Halsey, whilst on her reium \' .,.- ltl:'''l'}'. Further particulars:: will be given in the .i" I.

I, in that neighb rhood. Hamilton Its: have been taken by" this Department to suppressthe : and Milliard. Ue trout Charleston: having reached the Low r h.ii.,. nts.!: ,. JAS. H_, T. LJU1MER. :.1;1 :

hos'iiluies with I the bemmote 1ld: Ia us. On bay, met with an aceiduu attended with the most: J.u3otS3". _.J -2w ......;;4 :; '
the ._ .
aJrcad/! more than twice her quota in the field, cay appointed, a large number of our serious consequeiM-es. From ----- ,\') .
Very KespecifulUyour most obedient servant some cause w hi.'h we lJhH'.lc'r-Los CC.UNTT COURT
4 'VfiDDLK birexioR: :; l
tind we believe ihcrc is a spirit of patriotism Ll \\ IS CASS. citizens assembled at the City Hotel, and at three have not been able to learn, the steam rhimney eol- \i
JI/I.'I L Vickers Summons a-1 pjnJendiim invs t
yJ lap ed, wmch caused the .. ,
aroused, which will cause every section of the Hon. Jofecrii :M. WHITE, o'clock, sat down lo a sumptuous ealeilammeiu. violence: into he lore cabin steam, where!o m there h with !!teat but I Trespass the case upon premi- "'.tt. t ,

3I Huut': of Representatives. The large l'allVali: crowded to oveiflowing. two -the were 1uiiig Joltnscn. i se>-l>am igts $';iOO. i 4 :
remainder I
1 country to do its duty. Thc, arms are ex- passengers being aaraoie'l to j jJ
1t Good J feeling and good cheer were the order of the uprer deck by the near approach ol ihe -ssel: io ( .'Jltachmtnt issued Jin. 21st 1836.j : !
fcctcd ti arrive to day, and as all other pre- WAR DEPARTMENT: ) the land-and these two lost their j Rtturnible to .1prill' nn, 1336or.. .f' 1)
the day. Gov. Eaton presided, assisted by Gen.R. lives:: ; beside* lour J .
3 jnrations have already been mide: through th{' Jan. 17ih, 1K3G.: ) individuals attacned to the boat. J j S-2uO.. .
3 Sm: It was hoped that the arrangements which have K. Call and Col. Roberl Gamble After the Jti.elligeijce of this melancriuly occurrence.;> re- defendant :In uid case, and all others inter !i.

1 unci-afc-ing: efforts of.the respective i Olliccrs, been made, would have been suliicient lo subdue the cloth was removed, the following; Toasts were cei.ed iu ihe city by telegraph,. and the owner.ol THE lcJ will' take notice of the issuing: of said writ c.I .:. t..

the troops wiil march in n day or two.A I :Sennuo.e::> hutuus m i' honda. and ai the same nine drank :- the Win. UibU.us immediately chartered the steamboat i I altae'hmcnt' and to appear and plead ) the declra- ':"

j.ruter t the jmidbnauia Ii 0211 their depredations. Ac- Hercules io go to her assistance ; previously, Lion fil" d{ in said case according to the si..tute in such :-.f

s I euuuib however J..&l rCCC1\ ed l.lU\t'cvcr Irorn the theatre REGULIK TOASTS : however, (.captain Halsey! had sent his own boat to I c-isc made and! provided. J. D. \TCOT'lVjr. t"'f .

. plot was recently di clo>ed to burn awl < ul opcia ion;., CAIUUK! such a lamciitable Hate of] 1. The Stales 1.11'this Union-We will bear iu obtain medical a d. :She::> encountered near the Xar- I)ntfid Jan. 21st 1836. 2Uf Aim.'ytorPl'ttI t? j I

.. plunder Columbus, and its iuljabi- things, I ilia ji is indispensably ueco\ary: lor the Go- mind the truth of olden time, that bound together, lows the steamboat Citizen, the Captain of which in- ,: ..j i
nasarr: \Cll1111elit tu takc ad auch additional cir- .
. I measures as the bundle of sticks could not be broken-divided, suntly shaped his course to the quarantine grur.d'and t; i
1all! fhirIlI the! oufusion.) lv ,a party; ofi CUUlsa..c .s may rtqiuie to ],mt au immediate termita&iuzi children. ther. took on board the deputy Health officer .Q c'; '
they the play things 'A: '
.tJ 1I1l-t Jh.l:">l1..Ut's. Dr. Huciicock amid his assistant Dr. Harcomb with l ;:
fr Crt'"k 'l'rt't. IMIII;! to !h" fni'iidly. Ii i j.* tlonrtlisnii IIC yeu'ial; c inuiaud in the Terriory, as you are si. The President ol the U. tate.lu: UUl iijiikul- whom ne proceeded to the Win. Gibbons. ,1 hey lJcrnrorxr S.A1-P. r i

"* pi'-f" ''iit luduii: iliin'Milti* s ('.in (ont heknuuiaird aware, ja
I CHurl1. '1 lie lo.ioumg a., the an au:;cuients whichaitiiiuiiM'duy he speaks like a MAN Let all and eah support him, of the following! individuals in which life was entirely 4 r
: i h. die ent/ie f:\jHil>in of .til I the ,
J a'.f
lIa\ ;l.111, tuis Genera Mr. Isaac
Ucparinient. LXtinct
or quiet the name of MAN. Davega, of this city, a passenger : .I
. tntH-siruin: Uii-ir ;;ju.a-ses .itjjs Eist HI) thtiIpjJ1. > Mis- Cli-.cn, 11.1: :$ >LiJCt' ., .. 10 .<.IM toiaiul, 1 ; companies>> o.LJnuca 3. Both Houses o. Congress We wish them good Charles: Duncan, thi bttr keeper, Stephen Long- ROBERT J. HACKLEY 1: }
3 Jia.e.-> i'rujjf.- He ha Oce.i authuribtrd to streui, fireman and Henry a Frenchman also ,
call upuii ..hGo.. eruji.suf: :::)uUlh LcarulI1a: Georgia temper-good teeliiigs, and all the proud pleasure, a hreman. Mr. b F. Rogers of Augusta, Ga. a Auctioneer
I Au' aina, a..d F...nda, Jor any addiiiunui lorce he which an ardent and faithful discharge of oliicial I passenger, and Uichard locldy, the second engineer, .f1t,

- I IIi Excepting iln painful intelligence of the may deem uece.N..aiy. He has also: been auihoriset duty cab inspire. were sail living but have since expired. Their death: SALE DAYS, Mondays & Salurdays. t }

to order from the neatest .Viseiials, any alms arid appears to have been occasioned the Tallihl\sE'e!' October, 1835 1 1-tf ".d.,
steam which l ,
death of Lt. Ward, of the TalLilnssre: Volun. 4 Florida-Youngest daughter in the Uunion- by -
L aniunition l.e may lequire. lhe same power hasa.so they in haled or their bodies
I she will seek lo do ail that she can Be it inscribed showed no marks ot external Jl Neat Carriage for tiale. f1i
.t leers, no news of interest has been receivedinceourIast ken eatende'i tu the joveruor ol Floiida, and injury.It .
t in- iuctiulis ,.ave been issued lor.aiming Iruin the on her waving -annei, that every man is expectedto was fortunate there was so of the THE: undersigr! will sell avery t:;!

from the seat of war. U'e (fort Arsenal at Angus a, upi n me icquiMiou. ol GeuHernandez do ms duty. gers upon deck or the consequences many would have passen been teat fashion ible and useful t\'r.;

i t learfrom B'.vmgan opinion on thts 1 melanchol- of .he i'tuiida Mia,ia, oOOuiuskes \\ nIt 5. Uur distinguished guest, Wm. P. Du\-al, lateGu'eruur still more distressing. The William Gibbons reached carriage, will harness, all -I, 'to.
timr accou remenis, and the ue._esiaiy arnutmion ihr die nearly new,brass -nounted, and Jill
city m Ei
]yoccurn nct'or publishing; the particulats: as i he U. "Matt-s .slooji) ol war Vat1dalias1 has ben ordered ol Fbi Hta The erntoryoL uL Florida long evening quirer. tirct: rale order, very: Light, commodicus, and runs !

lie k3\'e received them the whole to wit: Gen C'inh aud her knew hun as her CHIEF: ; she still ham him by the Feb. 6 1826 3iv R. J. HACKLEY.MII f.:.>
, is matter o-upirate command DIED, easy- ___________________________________________________ 4S4PI F
ollicer has been duected lo receive his endearing title of benfuctor friend. \\ elcome
) will mj;; : in- >DLC DISTRICT.-GADSDEK SUPER OR COURT. 'r' '7
undergo an investigation In the mean tructious. Two ItevemiucCutters, one I rum Alobi.e thrice welcome back to those who cherish him in In this City, on Tuesday mornhig last, Captain G. Raney t Assumpsit sunmons ad res- !;,,;,

: time, we would caution our readers against gi- and one from Key West, have beeu directed in like kindest recollection. GEORGE FISHER. Daec \ V pondendum S 000 damages I ..- '

l r nn* credence to (he various repoits in circula- South manner West to recene coast ol tIle Florida order ol Gen.And Chnc.i the Revenue on die I b. The Governor and Legislative Council of Florida On Tuesday night, ZACHAKUH C.: FORT. John F>igan Attachment) returnable to for spring 8:00.HE : .term 1836. 1.4.1::::
t'onand would advice them to suspend their i Cutier at Charleston ha* been ordered to pioceetl -Much as they have perloimed, more mains Wednesday morning, :SAMUEL::> MILES, a defendant and all others intere ;tcd will take ::

ll' opinions: until tli- facts shall have been ascorbic with similar insti actions to the St. Johns 1 here to be done, to give efficiency to our arms-repel the member of the Legislative Ci>unci:, from Hillsbo- r'. notice of the rr.stitutionofsaid suit and the issuing : J

are no laic official despatches received from General. aggressions ot Indian foes, and to redress wr..rngsI rough county. of said attachment, and to appear an1 1 plead to the f .,.,"

in a 1 Iciuil manner.elations Cli.ich, but new>paper account:* give inlormaiion of 1 which they have committed.I 1 de-tdration: filed in said case according U> the statutein ,
a severe action having been fought with [tic Indians, j
-- I such case made anc! provided. !" .
Militia of Florida Tneir :
7 The now Encamped-
Our winch however led tu no decisive result, and that the lARIN LIsr.l' L,
with Trance' as, will be seen tinluu force, which had been called out, was about I orderly deportment, and the fortilude they manifest, J. WESTCOTTfAtt'y:: 23tf f'lPlamtJf. it

ly the Pfl'iJ"ut' -:.Message, have now assunilachirarter .to letuin honif. give a presage of their gallantly in the field when PORT OF ST. Jnl.161836.- "i l

ed< : which affords altcraiive From the position i of Gen. Clinch, the communication the hour for action shall arrive. MARKS.ARRIVED NECLOTHING STOkE. Mti:: :

scnrcrly an with hun is dith'cult tiiid uncertain, and it may THE Subscriber having rented the sore formerly J
8 1 he memory ol" Maj. Dade, and his brave a sociaies Jan. 29 Barque Euphratas Emerson from New
other than war, or the most humiliating be chat he has not received all the despatches 1 rum Orleans. orcupicd by the Weasrs. Lindenbergers. the r: \
Their poured out blood bleaching bones
tonccs ions. the Departm< nt. You are so much nearer the scene Auction Room of R. J. Hackle, has opened there ; h
>\ c ar glad to observe, by our dilhcuiues, that a correct iutonnation will reach on the battle netd, attest their lofty bearing and Undaunted Pensucola Feb. 1 Schr. Florida, Anderson from Navy Yard .arc assortment READY MADE CLOTHING(, J t t

tichan e papers, that party questions! will he you much earlier than here; and you would have it spirit. Let expressive sileuce muse their 3 Schr. arms and provisions from for the army. which he offers to those who will call and examine rt.' r
ftnrrally: \'riiiMd--, and whatever. may beto in your power, theiefore, to adopl such measures as p raise. tor Tampa 4-0. for themselves, on the. most reasonable turns for cash.
1 have
impending circumstance may require. stated R.HALSEY.Regular .
9. Our Volunteers in the Field-Well done thou t.1 I-
, issue, an UIII1J\Hhfrollt will be the angunents which have been authorised, CLEARED, :
}\ toihe that you may have before you a full view of the facts good and faithful servants Jan.. 31 t Schr. Hudson, Chit for Tampa with de- Packets between St. .lak Jr JV. Orleans. '' f:
cominois\ ut'tny of our Large strife is o'er sjrn .ches. Passengers, JuJge Steele, Lieutenant J. } '.
country. bo far as they are known to me. The proper course When wild wars deadly vV. Harris. The schr. Lady 'Ivashing:1 :,:
pnalions;' wjllhc: nndc by Congress for proceeding must now Le entrusted to your own And gtntle peace return,
; Fob 3 Orion ton Swaim, and schr .
Brig Curd ftr N. York ,
338 bales Wabigtln (
!the F discretion, and you will be guided by such information babe be lathtrless 11 .
Mu ., sweet ,
!$?? 'ud, XH-U; Our Kler-t in have reached at the time May no cotton. Passengers, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Chapman, and will apply } ; .-
tt.e lpd.' may you you may rJo widow lound to mourn. Judge; U tbb id Key West. the season. J.' .
i nus, H. K-iNtoori. has hc'ntdlt'J receive this l letter.It '
10. The State of Georgia-May her brave and 4 Uivume Cutter, Uandolph, Tampa. H. SWAIM, at St Marks and : .
<: n !,,.. .tu1, ? ,. ., is ol( course very desirable to this Department Agents. SP. T illahassee. 4 .4
te jV ktI! | t g 01rJs | iiier4L this critical of aflairs
at juncture onr
that the forces! to be collected and brought into service: : patriotic sons, PROCLAMATION.W .
!: W. STILL'VEL N.Orleans. jt
4. (I, iI" P'' .......Clt ';IItIIH'I of it rurs. S t till i should noi be m an undue proportion: to the circumstances hot stop 10 discuss and decide where the line ol 11 hit E A3, U is represented to me by Samuel NOT. 1st, 18 5. 13tf: t .

1' *'t-tt. aud thereby occasion serious and unnecessary : and boundary is but rather meet and L. Burnti that
t u, th.1 war \\ill I nm take place-- separation ; (duly appointed) he is without NOTICE.
expense 10 the Government bull I would not the line alter thai he interest the Southern Life Insurance
tat the toe, and ascertain tt ue in Trust
Eii-iiuqd); will not 1'1, unit it-That Fra rice hate you hesitate a moment in taking the measures fight Company ; and has made inspection into the affairs TB1HE Subscriber returns his since e thanks to his -

III Jar! !' (HIt t hazzard it> rhane while hereinafter indicated on account of the expense, if vanquished.. i jol said Con; puny ; and by saul! inspection, actually JL friends, and the public in genera for the liberal ,' : .*
KUMSIU the stale of things in Florida should show that thecontest II. Our elder Sisters-ihe States of the UUlOI- I; iniidf that the amount be in encouragement he since he has been in 1 I
:e..rljj i I required to paid (viz-
only waiting an opportunity( to assail : is protracted and the inhabitants exposed to Will they not aid, and aid us quickly : 'VVnenever j! 'ft\lI tluiuiied Ihousand Dollars) has actually been this place, and solicits a continuance: of their patron- ti

btr *'ith advantage. i Indian de))1 eda ns. You arc authorized to order able, we shall not fail to bear m mind, that t-ne ; paid ll also appearing to me, by the oath of Lot age. He has just returned from New York, and has i'f.I .

the garrisons.at Chail.. ton and Savannah, io proceed good turn deserves another.." I Clark, President! ol said Trust Company, that thc re. received per brig Somerset direct frcm that place, aget
immediately it. Augustine. A few men must be eral of fall and winter GOODS con- r
assortment ,
Cut\ James works and 12. Kentucky and Tennessee-Would that they quired amount (g2UU,000)) !has been paid ; and is ap
of the
Gadsden has been Jell at in charge public I the ol"said sisting of the following Articles, to wi .:-
caehlJace plicable lo charLer ,
appointeduarter purposes and for I
distance of they well understandhow no
has this day been written to the were ill striking us ; .
prop adelaid Broad-
Master other whatever. Super blue, black, green, drab, anc
General) purposes
of the Florida MilianoSace Governor ot'Soulh Carolina requesting him to call to convert u Red skin into a hole-y skin.
"", I Now, therefore, be it known That all the require- Cloths. .
which we haven;,, dtubt he will out, upon your rt"quisitionouch Militia force as you 13. The Fair of Florida- I ments of said charter having been complied with, I Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different colours.

fill Wh|( ered it to himself and may deem necessary, a duplicate of which, is herein Lei wars alarms around us scowl, do hereby make Proclamation of the same agreeably An assortment of super Satinets
usefulness the ban les. the
be transmitted
to enclosed, to : to by you
the direction contained j in 100 of Negro Kersey Linsej s and Fuslians. 'j
country: j jn the} prevent CI ilicul juncture of one sent direct from ihis Department might fail. You Still: true to cuerisaed laws ; to Act. the llth section of said pieces French, and American, Prints.
our such Volunteer We'll the ji'JL.le.1 and the bowl, English,
aB'airN. are authorized to accept Corps sip -
Ha ndkerchielsand
Muslins &haw ,
Given under hand Office the 30th Fancy
as may be desirous of tendering their services for And love and 1 kiss our :SO.CAW::> my at of and Fancy Silks :
January, 1836. Super Pongees, Lustring
thispmrposc. You will please to proceed without .

1U. HADE.-Anew county has been or- delay, with this force to rit.: Augustine, and there assume VOLUNTEER TOASTS : JNO EATON, Gov. of Florida. tcs.Ready made. Clothing &.C.; Colton Jagging. E1 '

i gtR1Bed the general directim ol the operations, until By the Governor. Fionda-She only needs and NOTICE.
by our I Legwlative Council 500 pieces brown, bleached,plaid 4-striped Domes jI
the embracing you can open a communication with! Gen. Clinch, wants a hand, stout as her heait. SIX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the Hon Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drab, and Wool

wuolry bonlciing on New River, and in. when you will of course be subject to such instruc By Win. H. Francis. U in. P. Duval, our laie the Judge of the County Court of Leon Hats.

.ludi*Z Indian Key, to be called Dade lions ashe may give; you. Ills orders are to allow Gu\'emor-A person who delights not in scandal, county lor letters oi administration on the estate of I A few dozen Walebone Bonnets.
county the Indians uopacifhcation until they are reduced to Samuel Miles deceased. R. HALSEY.
honor of the lamented Muj. Dade.St. unconditional subjection and until they consent but is satisned with having the conscience oi doing Feb. .!th. 1336. 26-6w i 500 500 pair Itussetl Kipped Bro-an Brogan Shoes.Geinleimii's Shoes.. -

embark inj the vesseisprovided for them, for their right. pair ai.d Ladies Walking Shoes.

Iransporlatl Jl to the country west of the Mississippi. Burr H. Duval-A noble Son ofa NOTICE.WA .
JOSErn. F. Macrae. &c.
_The By 250 Ntgio Blankets large ROle Blankets, r
sale of lots in pair
lOW this new Theywill be kept in proper security, until they are noble Falner. TED an overseer, who can give good refer Old : Brandy Jamaica Run", Holland Gin.
n Cognac
look place on the advertised ready to embark. as to his abilities and diameter. Enquire ulROBT.
day -Less Alex'r. Form)' Duval. Capt. L. A. '1 homp- Rectified W luskcyle Ttus ,and]
than far By
half of These general principles will regulate you so BUTLliR.Tallahhbsc : I .
the and Jamaica Jollee.With
site was disposed of for as you are required to act, previously 10 your communication sun, of the 1 aliahassee: Guards-A volunteer: m ihe F -l>. 5 1836. 2G-3w Cubit-, St.assortment Domingo of Cockerand

nearly' four hundred thousand dollars. Ma- with Gen. Clinch. You will also take I service of his couniry. NOTICE. Hollow an Ware &c.Cutlery
ubgtantial buildings and inprovements with you such arms and ammunition (ram Charleston By Samuel H. Duval. Col. Au ustuo: Alston persons havih;; claims: against the estate of With many other articles, too tei ious to mention. *. ,
and both ALL
a VCM;completed in are. Aligusia, us you may deem necessary, The representative of the chivalry of Leon. : late ThomasV.: Suabruok, arc requesttoTto All of which will be sold low 1r CASH, or approved -
or rapid for the Regular force and the Militia. As a matter
progress. of precaution KOJO rations were sometime since By Geo. 8. Hawkins. The county ol Franklin ruiUcr tuemas properly authenticated to the; under! Credit Country Merchan-s can be sup-. _
-i- signed. JAMES: GAIJSDEN.TahlahiasseeFeb. :: : plied at a small advance on the Iscw York prices.
for Soldiers to delend Coun-
directed be New York and draft our
to purchased at they are It requires no
\VJAHINGTON, Jan. i 1836. G4wAdministrator's The subscriber will advance, am ship Cotton to
Dear Sir 20th, 183C.ofVy n> Should more be I
i."ate just written lo the Secretary required before they can be supplied from the North try.By New York or Charstof :s. C. be will puce _ _
Leon First in Notice.
loTar, to rderthe the H. Hawly. County resources, Cotton, and give the highest market Jrices. _ _
Troops from New Orleans you will lause necessary purchases to be made.
Impa Bay .:0 this wealth and pol'ulution-May she always be ready to peisons having claim: against the estate of ALEX. FOR3tuUVA _
ODerlle ia the rear of the jn I The necessity lof acting, without delay, on ALL
-. and to hpveshipped, without I occasion, appears so urgent that this letter will pro- defend Territorial soil and rights when invaded. r White deceived, arc required to present! September_5,_1835. _
1 fprovlAolIs delay, a large belore the insiructions H. Col. Parish '1 he them mi'iin the im.e prescribed by law, or they will! ISELD
to Tampa, not fJ I baly reach you military loundeJ \ By Dr. J. RI1lldolph. gal- GRDEJ% _
only )r Thusc
Troops be lorever indebted lie
> : tu estate
U; but k>rle Militia aud Army above when I upon it, which will be issued from the proper lant and chief officer who has been in the field since requested to make immediate paymeht. are ARDEN SEEUS'lroin the Ne" England Seed -

Itd 1'all drVe though the country. Being I. Army Bureau. They will be despatched, however, the first tocsin of alarm was sounded, comtwmiug JAAJES: McMULLIN. Sture For sale by .
1A, pre as SOOB as they can be j redared. In the meantime .
QZ1tGDd rear, I hope soon these audacious you will.aot hesitate to proceed in all your arran ge- with the foe. Feb. 6tn 1836. 2ti btr I r r it GEO LANMAN,


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jq i; 7ILL.JI.iEE, aL Law, Mnitice1tO, FLurida. I N consequence of the numerous

k.., (Next door't-Ih ofI TowleJewcler, in ioiroe it.) F'LO It 1 A A, ILL practice in the Court of appeals and theci spurious imitatlo s of Rowand's titip alu4j

t; E 'would rcpcctfttly iutomni hs frieid and t1u _,' U Li) tnforiil Its friei'ds and for- %'V Superior Courts of thern middle ;District nes on the public- has detenjmjned
tt les l3fl1d
public, tIItt Itt has lust retirncd Iotn the 2r1h c rCLtIUICd from fl orida. Nv. sa exclusively to agents in differen1 ,
V et1ttifl'I that lie has lust
'. ::1ti1 a iiCv and S1)lCflhid! nssurLrnetIL of GO.DS( in zier s, of I ceb untry, from whom lone the genuine
1 itti .tll'i assortIncut !
iict splenitlit GOODS
.:\; NEW ad and to the
... ... his line. F'ec1in gi'ctteflil fir Uic 1beul share t1 p.ti- and tvelliiiit guard more effectually

4; -ouag licretofore extended to Iiitr Lc lii.pcs by s.t ii'a .j 3ercluint TlljlO1 t h t ,ml U st.LuI S, ,tmct'I he. U.is iii. tS'J. tfliIt i. ilL LL tt, time(rrcemitly old )CCU- I S. MILLER hasjusi received a conpiete Stir hiTAi'LE p4 is.ti'ns 01 unauthor Boston sed venders ; he IIV's

ot.the ? which he agents in New York
flttciiUOfl, to lilci zt a ciUt1flultWc ttnc. & FANCY Q4 1hihd
I itttt %VliIt Ii he m ()1 -
ti UII' i.t i. :: ,) It'
i. 'V B altimore
to make ,
1 credit. u saks to
Ir.re ni.1 1t thet lom Cash :t) v i1l sell tow tor Cash, Cotton or approveit
;. ( ffl ril ( Cf It& I1t i I I I II rrIi.tC j) an oft/ic Medicines t )
qp1 osiIig vi the fl 4 1.lI.tSsEE, 4 I) l I I' e t: itiI ;., i4l ulilliC 1i :t m (lileltI, hint cotlts, iniict [ alIahasSct,0Ct0bCtlSt, L quantities oft
--- tirge pernicious
art ie i ie
: IV.LIc, 1)aCI IUi xcd, green, tjett1e (10., 1flISI'1t' flI4I \ I j jI vt t.ie lug, viz ..- NEW GOODS. thci genuine Nixture I ave been manttfaaut
i.t; I i'k itt.. 'v u, ( )li ( fs I )ah ha, \l tilbc -
,. ilr..tkc rk iju. J.nit1n and (ii1'tt tt 1I()' Il BIn r liE siihscril'r ha3 just rccivcd from N. York, us S.Comstock &C.ofNew Yerkaj

? .\Jaht Ic, UUILeu y, ciIe.Aed! % iu t, uti '. itiV1 I Y 81.tl \' I a gcnclai asorUnenL ul 1)lt'i GOiDS, among S ouGfor sale. The nime ofRoictanl

t& j'ut pie. Drab and briw ii 1'e 1r uvt r coaU. .' li.t' w hich arc BIa'k nnd Blue BROAD CLO'J'11S, CAS an d, is on d.c bottles )f the imitation,, The
i;i ick L r aiiI .-ttii.tu jL, ChkI.' d
ur. t ,
ticle be
and ofa quality. ar bad of the
;- n'; tim E MERES, n suLlen01 may following
A ItS lIt in
'u fleVL.I. ii C
Iucks1in chckcd and vrii1td, l liiu %% : ALSO In c only .gen1s in this part ofFlorida
; ifgl 41; :-'in1, ltii kim. 1E." '/ i.\ (; : .f ivery dtscrsLm11II.: consist and

: the ridst t 1' ( lu' ti () iL.Ck ,ik( \T [. READY MADE CLOTHING, E. B. Perkins, G metal Agent, TaiIah

k i1r GtLU1": J.I1.[ C.MBLETS (If VrL'US c'.urs1fM I t ti (.tt'.ted' Coarse and Fine HATS, William Kerr & o Thomasyille
II 1'.iiey i iI: t () 'rus, ,

CUL Vztj' r. I : i:t !. '., .J ( .iii' I, \tlclit.t, (.'Ii:. I tLE L, ;%1 arsclItC SiUc, CAPS, &c. James C. Eccics, uincy,
Coarse alit1 Fine BOOl S and SIIUE. Kerr & Sturgcs t. Marks
t : VESI'NCS.! aI t.t .v vit.: 1i1 : :, ilI iii,. ,
silk A su'plv, 0113LA\K1.IS 8 NCtO Clothing, I Thomas Atexandr lIckstown
itireJ \cvCl1 ,
Eiilish f1ttred
; .Sj1e1t11'I!
) I It L C 1' 1 C) N S FOR ALSo. .' IJARE ASOIt'I'MEN'F OF'R alit1 Double GUNS RIFLES, c. I Iarius Williams ,
Singlo Co.
till Monticello
:4 cl&ib 1gI%I Cd flnt 41 1tlI( ) ,
:;: *, JYt1 ) .Ill 8d Izz'tcd \lai ILade L'/u iIci2.Ii1 F A 1) YiAlE (jJ'I'IIING..ijninig The above arc offered low tir Cash orredit ) Golding .S. }'olscim, Mickasooky.

litrcLIV4ltiiIZS,' 4 ('. 1i1iktLfl1ClS, I [lit &hS & lilid. t c at. ny Shire, III %1lflroe sL. I Tile label olE. B. Prkins wiLt he

3 Ilttt ex1ir'ssly for 1'trlif'S, cLecied, aut.it l) '\ 1ijdt arc tmc! IUhJVi1lg! :\.rticlcs, viz- A. ItO WWM. I so ld by tiic above agents.'lallahassee .

... ZcriutJ CSIIWIIS, uf diflcivnt. o1tiuis, sLuCkS ut e. 3. l'roiii tt"h-st tn to ejtv! alit! kuurhtCj1lL. I !tir, I.&ck, flrc i%;H, Olive ( i een, 1)i1t1iaio1et, 11. FRAN CIAzent. ) July 7icm, 1837. 48t1
4. litl)1(1 the tIiih.llotiiitl ( : and \lixed Jress'd'Frock Cca's-
LflJ col ) ( lt't me
ticcri I'tioli, Linen i 1111 ruttol sh i r s, 1i05(4flS NEW GOODS.F .
; 1flC td I the knee tei i niit ()rcr Coals, ( :i mum Canililti. 11cr Ctats, I
al g, 91Ir) LhsUt SI1SpIflhltYZ. II.t tflClC. I jtii iI jilt silk '. % arc now reCeiVing, and will have OpCfl by ?'g1HEsubscriber re.pectfu1Iy informs
]; htflIJS tU1 ilu. to the ii riiiii (1111111'.t ) &)( C. IC
Lid silk ijii( Iui1 di) %
s'is lCLil. : ; s,
t he hOV nti ii iris'. ii .tiul ('loIh the Ith inst. at APAL! a that he will have the
( I I he* 't Py ( st'alc 01 111t.ISIIICUiCllt. geilt tCl1ClI 8t t a s ij em Ziii : tij riur LIacI
ILLItI anI ik ttii .tni
i n v
1 ; flhI XLtIUC I ist a uct tia' be e n !. I I rva ru t hci r ( '!A/: :. t 'i G .:Itnii.ii. IitjtI;, 11 tORI Olive et at stuck 0tGOODS, to which we inVite the allen- I I iJ1JLJ thorougi ly repaired and, ntt
: r:, i IIt. : ctt t 3 vhir1i ill vt's ct vi .t' t.Itlifl. ( t U. 4! b, )l 1.Zi.liS'. IIItIC, 1Itik, ani I 1)ri I; C tutu ti oti Of &.I1 I ,ritipr g i ;oiiiLc. end itt titers, gPflcr.tiI Y I ifl t reueluuaa ( iI.w. ?h() are witting

., :. nd cuttt'n ii iinv tit IL 11tI'EY vinihi rc.1ciftil1 int'rtu' 1ii 'LI a 1assimucre: I'aiils. llI.tekl ixed, Lavender and 1'iit romt uttentiol) vihl be gireo to alt otlcts entrusted I h int by the tenth of De ember next. ihlf

JtEAIY M.DE t olners a nd : lit' 1n1..ie i.. t''nUflU- c$ I.i1t Ii {SimI Ill)., ltii'. fllttk, itd :ccl ntXC&I S.tt.il'i I to us. I1ItRISON 4. RANEY.NOVeiflICr se that every attentio 1 shall be paid lboilation

t I1t (' ( frk ( U s, 1'.kll;' figured I l ug the ailorziig ltL'ine's ill all its I.rait'ii' I I di 1 utlilil J mckc; s. ; i..s'i'.s t til I descrip- I 1st, 1835. 13 3.., L mII. and convcnit nce of his patronm! tCttitii.A. .

: 211.IiI I! ci b.ktIIl, al4 'lail I or to c late til Ill of 1 1. I'iei SiiU (20., tI I i1iIs, !' ;tiiit 1.tek ( Ie.i) IIuk silk and F'.incyt t ( & T. ii:. iIiNDENBEIt1EIt are A. FiSh

: Ithl 1iur ( tnit1Ie1 t. 1 ts old an.t vell kiiivn :' tniitl, on JCLICIM)11 trt'e' t i1I IttIcrils t I-'ig'ties, ( .ui1ted ilk. IIacL I ri eceiving iehr. Chase, troth LJiIti :(lre, 311(1 daily TallahasseeNov., 2tth,1835.! 15.tf

.. ) .: l'tIVl'. .ierc.-i nii t 1.ia bL3 4IVCr i'1)1)ojte Iht; 'tire of .l t. 1 oisev, v1ielt'' lIe 1 I eiC1VU : iii, I iIt si i ipcd, do, 13u11, CIitlIice'iIcn- I eit x1)ccting by tititer vcisels, a gemeral assirtincnt 1 100lS -- ---HN. Affl-

: I'4'k : \1 ;)lu1. liti I j i ;. i .: a 1Fc'h SlIp!'V ('I. ; 1 Ct.i'! ', t iiii .1 II tiir titust )) ) I.ttIcrmms I S 0 ccHtsiStiI1g ofGruccsics, 1iI Goc'ds, Shoes,

tsi1 a sttip o1 iIk nt ; C I ii I .tii i l- I.itcst iioj'ort.i i''Ii. :\ ), Ct V I Li r1 F.trnmi ((5 tiiisils
a n
: I r'ickery it are, ii 4c. r 111E SubsCriIer wnutl! it form the
iLk (LA1)s citizens
t : 11 1 '. I ilriifil F .. ? : trt; :t. t rnictmt cl 1'iiit Liteii 'ilmirtsV, Ii ite t ed ii. s.tie ii, : taii orT,_
$ !) a ; : ; I tl1ty .i.r ; i'r 'rountry il.tmnssce) itid the public
Ills ri't1 '( I( I. l t.d i ou tticet.ti'iu t t 0 generally, that hecenminenced
Ut1 t do. I it'k C t's'cs Silk 1 IaiItr&ttIr1s
raveL ,
) I
) tL( ) I I uld VE
c 1irodttrc.
i : iI the TINiNG and
:, aIld Ic w1I afIaUt h' tti &$L &) U1 SHEET
it I- tt t ti'ttht ; I ? lI.Ih 'iIl ( rtv.mt : .ini iia.-itic Su'1'ndcr L1I, 1:35: I-. I
t ; ; li :' IIIV. b WinIC5Sfllitl, Is now reidy to
briuglit. t ii1 llll iet, I.E jU su VtlitIL 1t.U'l II .. supply those,0
1 t ot i,ii. an I 7'i I I I, ( ciii Iiineit's ((1ne .
.sierv I
initiaiIiat itUJ)1.e t tt; '1 1 ..\ ( 'k J\It. ,: w ;slm U tavor him either at'whole niy
n ,
ly L .
'e fceh a. ( re puich.d Njfii;:
l.q$ i li if. I i': : : 1;. ill Ii'
(II l1 l.tL-I ( ( ttvc' t .II ii tvi ), (IIII :; at iii
1 ii t i .I 4)i t) : ( k.'L 1 riiil 1jV I O t1&!( tti. UCt1 13 ; .FiVat.: .- I tm take amiy article jim tlia line at short notjcow
;; ltis I I S.4., i l iii 'ri I :t : ; ;t : a titi CyCi atticIi
1 I ,
.incn anJ C.i'a' : y I
IUS I11t Iosety, iv 'iii: UNDERSIGNEI) havrm the n IWI experienctd workman will
i4 i0t li 11i.i;..: (,; 4 hId. it. Ut purchasvd en ) at all Limes
i' *' I I titdhti i'!" s ttitIi t' iti&d I Is r a 1j titi 't' a !i t hi,.
i; lIt t lie 4ti ti re mnteret ot %lr. Gttcon [ mllury in the i\1crchtn.. o n itZtIlt 1 general assor.flient, tohautsanti
I a 2 neiit linet of 1'ili'nale I 'i I Il"I ii'iti tT t h.t iittrit Lrit i.it ,iittl.. I i
: 1t li'iL. r 3fl( iatti'diixeiit cuflittict d tU1lCi thu. iii Bet. c whole sale dalerson
atd t ice.-
I1! viiii Iii the bct i l 11fl4't' at ; : I) in ot reasonable
u. 4L ordeis 11lfl ilie c'nnU I y atcndcd to IU '.t-, I.e 1it: ; & ill iitatttiit.i: (ii 1114 th I tiii oii Eutitry Iii tills place, notifies his lrlCilts an I i h is Store, in Monroe st. ncxtdoor to Robert5.jnd tet
IJI; ) r-.1f. cLo'l'iII.v(;. si41eIi I LtttI r.y fur Liii ItU kei, 'v Ii itli lie
that Is
i3v.2It,1S33 : ( tht&iilIrIS, 11(1w receiving a general asort- a opposite Martin an I hart's store.ADNA .
( Ofl'.j1 in (II i 4 'IOI II 11(1 ( 1 JaI t 'm et. .titit_. ;; .tiiil &1iiiaiittt :tr.. iiiii. to GuoiJs sected!
g c1 uaI' a )aIs r : I i ntent (it by huzitseif t-ith cm e in Bus- it )WE, Manufactarerot
( a nI'Ict tta k. I ) nil lZ4'L 4 1, I 1ti ; t11 ('titi.; % ; att I ; I lie ik Ii.t,i York aflL .
: .:. Iess oat -, t tet oll, iiCV 13a.tmmuore, and otters the satn 1 Plain &JapanTjuW5
: Paii'aLuin anti \t.Is f ; i, ; Lij) tiiiJi i his ; ViI hi: i.ui I L : ,
aItii'.t I retucttI !
every s'V ( a t pri es at r tali, at i he tantl ocuuitd b3 1rj FRANCIS
Six itnni1is a fler di: tt S C Vi1'' :1 lV to t lie ,J Iltigi., g rit .1.. and )n .t Isti Linen a iid ( 0t&tifl Ii It L : iIi d t e ol ; I.i1IiI1iilt! ,' :mmi.o Ii) t h lac tirmn. ALSOExpectcl I 'i'all1mhnsse', Dec. l9ta 1835 Age

k lDlhe Conniv C4n1r1 (It I (iiiity a dis- :, Ii I-, I ) FaVt'5, i. AX. .h: ,i %/ :. ;! to titti eILIst a I rt: t .ir. I It tinily per brig harmony," direct fron I I Iiverpool _ _ _

1; t'hre: ,, t1i. 4j, t'ttIC ()l 1'he having t'ii hand a larg and 1 i '. '. au ,! 1Itt' IIi.4 : '. Ll1tIzme on tofls1gfl1flefl I ( TE4LL

;L. \Vtn. I111, dcc. bc ti1'sid itIy. l ait1 iii sttCi t)1) ( (ifll'( V1l tlaranee: 10 ttiiflis.1 i : iht &tti Ut.: 1 1i : c) tmjIls hammered iRON persons are luieby forewarned from co.

: .1. IL\LL, t h'e vho 1It1\ p1 aIt' fat ur h I ut 'i I h L .ci r (:u I t st ill etiS. : o Cras: Eartimern WARE trespass or waste upon the Lands ac

: vii t'ilil, Vj Ii i.II :1 i i It4t Ii is jfl& $) hr lcv&.t tttin : :: e, ( ? I I I 1St) pieces COTTO BAGGING I o ther ifl1frOYcmCflLS 0! the tract known asVurchase '

m. f 4r ta .h or pi ().tFtt 1)Vfl1e11 antI hulit.v! ae '., 1020 sark' Liverpool grouriI LT, I P ; ant! parti.imt.sIy from rcrr.uviilg, cutu
I ,
.i .. h t4)pt s 1( InriI, a t: l'4itl ha i.' ut jt ni.flagt.Fa.alit NOTICE.I which he ofl rs ii whJsale to Mtrchants at or nea r d estroyiimi or otherwis iiijuring the timber wi the

I :'. ,i s11insc'1 I S: 'tp1 1 --I-.' ( ii ,-t.e. ( )( i (.1. 1 ..t, 1 it-I F I 5tlhst'rer, ,' y imIfrlfl4 time 1-utl1l New "kork prices by special mve front the proprieorsorIiIIiVSS

i I!' '.*: )(' keeps CtfltaIlilV, in 'd Clii H :I_ that ht_ li.m Li k&ii t lie suri jiiiimi.dia ely Cotton purihased as tistial.TUIBUTT. t t heir agint. IAtILISL '}IOMAS BAL'LZELL
: iX1U: filt'S :\ 4:1ct:. : t I lay s arI a .' iIst l il t IICI Iit hits 28 3t1 ,
p h .' tL.tly alit1 Il 1'L iaeVeTh? iiin, e iiI gL1); aat* C C j us I R. BE ITON. .geut for the PipiimtsADMI'
::ILX irnt1is .*!1.r 1.ti' I i 1.:4"4nl: :: imti .i i ii ( N i tL.1V&' au :! eltu ijii If .
t o t\eilIL all ojilers at the 1iuitt.st iiiice, in itt C ( S.i.Oflthil' Oct 1, is: 8-ti IS'I'it4k'I'OIt'S NOTJCj
... I ii yiUi )( 14II 1I1 Z1I a4il: ;ij) t t nc'-t tiuralile aiiL Ja1iionrh1e .tve. it. 11 ; )! ;, 'iIistio itt I )lt\ (i ( )(.) 1)S, lrad
Ffi'ii1t: lx timoOtilS after dat I will
ANt) I
tlit 11ri. .Iid&e t 11t i. v siu ,l .u..n : U U ..irdVtrc, ( roreriis, Cluimizt, ( la i :i IVER.CU.LI1LAtNT.. lresenL my aecount3
and vouchers for fit
Dr. J. P. I'ETERS at settlement
je l'roJessor f i and
1.-q a : t1ti .X. ( ti uti .tii Iit iiV zi r' I I L ( It S In l'Jzyshlcgica4)h F1Y
:, a a mu .i p' ii ii and ie:S
ticine who for several t ie [Ion. IIIC Judge oftimi
t has (1voteiI his CountyConrt of Leon
JL K. ntir
1 years
Cuiji1 yfi, .i i ut i'n SbT I re iru_ A.lI o I c CI rtliscrtare
itt.Nt1'; 1: : :.: I'r. ill lj .1.I fr tsii a ttention to time treatment of c/ironic or 171r'terac d a from the administraton oftbe estate tt

4 J\ ii't 2 TI1U'stS II.\YS. eases, hits succeeded, by chemical analy.is and syr : i vihiotigily; Vhitehurst deceased.S .
t hesis iii fit1ii1 comilinatiiin JLAI1[
a froni
: I'.i ; :'; ', scvrral V1IITEHJRST.
v. t3: it-tf pvux
: Stoi iii & H : mate vegetable principles, to which li has givcn th i Dee 19th, 1S33 196nnA

; :"- : it : i'UI1s: .. i it () ( S1'l.AE) '. Si'JIIAGEU( IlZifllC bItdiCfliC Stomachuie CL iIepatica ; which iui Is I D1IN1S'fRTO1t'S NOTICE.

t i :' l4ipji I';: ) () wPR&Tj :; ahILtLll( ) to his \LtIC1lOtIsC tlii e ) ( tir rourc eflcient! than any remedy hcrctoti cithiscovcreii lX MONThS from ihisdate, I shall
iii present IDTadirtinistration
: f11.fl tiA4jt CC tH : ni. lii ; sitliscrilier has rcecittlyereced .t spacious built I and Curing Idcim n'aIatii )l lnini account cube estate oAitenMcGr.dy .

i... i th I : ; i Xi't s or cIfwtiv ; anti wit l '- mig S I u ) :23 feet, hr l teci vi ii'r i4)tIOI aiid goiIs. der time swecj'ing IOlj, sc tcrnms are lTPiPsiA generally coriiprcmende i i I dcc. tJ time County Court ofLeon, and apdy b

1)41'rtltsc: t cith.': their turf S i21 1t1ta1i'si' r 1.1 : tui't I VI'( ii'y. and LIVER-CIn I. I IVLATSIt be discharged thereirum. F. B. WHITINGadm',.

: Si. Marks, December 27t it I 83 I IS likcwisc an almost certain CUre tbr ci 1Iirgenicntof St. Marks, cpt. 26, 1t35. 7.6rn
t\ the SFLEKN. -
; : .c s l\UE TO .J.\UKSONV1LL [ Among the syniptiuns of Dyspcpsiaand Liver-con PItOCLAMA'1lO UBy
'uIE.UtI1u's: : ti11CE. .. I 1-
.. .
t -' ;- plaints, are flat ucncv! the Gove
g 'Flic putIiC al t_' iiilormneu L, sourness or burning in time sti D. rnor of Florida.T1ROOP .
i 1'17J !? (1tFIC munch iitcinrholv!
; : FrLi 'niply of .: that a rCguIir Iinc Sii irritaliility, (IisarccatIe taste in ti are wantei and agreeably to thew
I : ; ot
j'AI.I.ALU '.! iI ; stIl1ri1tr irdei : 1- Ii
:lt F, ii 1, flun.i t ; great I Eregu tan Ly if a ppeti te, ii irit is : ltIely enacted for raisin
ia.Iit'r1' it'I somi a sufficient force (
J '
I i ) 'ly ;1u fli't .1 *) N..v r. i; i 11r ). wtrit t dreii u---- ge.; has beeti ctab1iIie(I F tiiiic.t ve ticiuitis a null 'tt other tinics defim ; time lieki hundr.d ; or
greatly icni six
L e be
I II II to
; ty t.:. i. I'Litklcs. requi'edr
Vitd it..ti 1I Iid 11d tv ;: .0)11 .1 aekSIiVilIC thirst fetid Iyeah
% I t i:S t t ii via tmviniic,e nnusea, en Ic ness of the stornac]h. I months, cr until dischirged. Volunteers
4 t tl :t II 1) t.trVZl.1.I tby I L .1 ti1.:' L. 2rn V ; ( vcry : liiiithty 111011 ItIi and ( rtICtatiIls, paflitation! drowsiness and if arenr.ferred
I ; ireuiarit, ; they can k e obtained as itis
; t C) t h I iiiU rcr (.1 tt 1't i jir': ( f I I ; L LIv ( .tu'I' .LrL iii t i.titt.S iiivittc ')lI U of time Ijowek, Oil the stornatli !y I earnestly
IItcI. after time
I meal s hoped may case, they iil be placed under
all rs II 'ii 1 i t1t \irth ill Iimttl i the head iizztllcss
r.ry r ( I. t ) s t eatt cur IVIV.tl14' I- ( or Vertigo of'miiit Officers
y confusion of the4r
/ f I Jl4)c ti ., ift .UIUIY: trali'ttt 'e _; Sri .\LL, nt'Lt li.e iIiiii eitne n' 'its ilersiti IIthi5 t'I St. ., ( by and ti maimtia 11Iiy' attended with ilic Iiss of ; I own choosingCaptairmsnitil !
( 1 lJ ht Ctitititti, LI rncnory, a gnawir i Lieutenants of Cornj anes, ((01 fifty men) will be
Ufltt1 otli t ken b'.ll e lI J Il }tE'l)1ty ts a I iietii Im iiii. stomach when
( a CL)1Py 0 :: j I iito.t. l"aie tltrc citm v' v 23 00. iii : empty, chilliness afFection I elective the .
the sl' conduct anil of by Con1paniti resFectIvvlyand becoto.mmssiond
Sde eflctet ljy liiii wii' ttt : f 31r. I iaetiittn I
: U11JIt. 81111 at v1 it ill J111 sight and hearing, paint and
I1tidsi. 1'l IOMS J, 1S ). [ )tf1 M IJAItRIS. vcakncss in the 1. ac k I ater notiie of n election isreccived. 'lie
tlfl' ii1 ;)I.ee:. 1 ji wlinn the S.1ilh1 'a Inad- Bij\\TN. languor, (listurlicti slecp COld feet
I !
t alIt iiand trcmc force titus organised will be
jati. ( js: r required to meet atsoae
; :4Y, all .k t.tt *litrs are rt.1lLiri..I to tke nut ice of i'iit: S'1'11MVi'IC i iii the throat
; ANlCNsUMPTiV caugh, pain in the side oh 1 assigned phace of rcnidezous flere a selectionwillbe

11ut:%t(1 l be% \v iiitin.i., ait.l, cisntril;Ju It ieo) ii 'J 411 tt.'ttb I1)LIll thtii( 'ourts t ,I' \ X Co K LCF! () It'S SA I ISI p I I I: iii'i-t !% : aitil titt1 Ol all Dii'aes :i I bmast, &c. I made for the higher g ade,of Officers to comrnnd
V 'Jito
_i. (I.iit Iii iIizd above ndadies lead
i I : .L al tc! )! tl.e first CI'e ? ) ; to orgwzic atTections of ti IfStiitiiaCi time Regiments.'I'ie .
.4 dtUd I il1 d tI I \1iiiit.i' j ?
t' "vt-ti
) i V tu
I'CJ I Ill i liver
'I' gentrult': it. I raced to time lcat and heart
\iarntiug of disorder .
:' afld apruved, t sUji' (.t .i U in 111(11' fl),'. I 1IC\I, tlt (2o'i&-t I iiti.; ilttir, i II tlia I; n It ; hut zIeetiI eUII. 5, 1t in ; El. I required numler 3pearing, will be organisediiio
VSi.ll1. Ci3L14L ti lit (1.ililty) I..trt i t I hal vttt.tbie: 1r.tet i.f Itnd, h d1gtit ii R) etiuiiititii it appeai rs I Itli.il StIifl1OIi A1'oplexy, &c. according u time clinatc, ha!j.uge Rrgiments, and be mlaced tinder suitable comnn

ic1 Trt ( it I liiti l'lH li ,' ( ," iyiitg tili t1ti i ,,I I II jt(, hUItfhCd ;mim.i lilly tItousiiitl die anmitia 1- 1 sex, ail tcinIer.tmlnt ol the itieiit. I If, hoccvcr, a g cater nnmber than is called

_.!!!_ : tL :_1I _:. lh .ky Ci:Itttrt, ( tltt aid VCtatrr Crec h.s I til Le lip of I lie (iim.ilii: i' uiii. 31o.t ot tIice dreadful reuI ts 3 3Iity PreMrCi by J. p. PE'I'ERS, i\1. IL, Miltedgevil I& I fr should appear, they w 11 be received.

No'rlci : i at trilu4ied tu COiiillIIi eulil, aittI a imegligei ittret1iii Iitvciitor and !e proprietor.Tesliinoniats.Numcruus I But
Iietv&tn: ihi' \iIic1iiciLt; auiil Litil 1 tss number calic I for be notforthcomingtfie
itiitili (41 It i'itI lli! liiibr.elifltS iI1 ; 4r 1: : ( of the : '. cough that genvrallv nsut s ':crtiflcates be deficiency must be supp1id through requisiuonand
Six iittitli' tIi&r I ) :ts t suflu' ii : Li
; d:1c il : l : v ) 1.e 11 i itt ti uisutlI fiiIIit.'i fllgmt. a
I. I
ra liy ditlicult tlucc tI
; t I lt' (.. 'I'aXt.S tireatliing, III relative to time I Draft by Commanding )fflcers in their
.tiisc3' ;Utti y LI. i iert n lie extraoriliiiary cutes respectivCCounties.
I'Ic J iiiie it ii.t' (..; )U l ,' Ct t y& Lr I iii., 112rtrnmt
ii 4 ..tII i ilmill :11 : I Iei r.itid 1u \ jtj1imi by using tllest niedieiies
b Iy t-j1i1t eii tIIldIti e UI tiTti.V-.i C. itiipiid: t ili cur.ttl .. tis. I an id ; btmt tIit !? ins' are 1 It is earnestly oped, thaithis resort maY
10 % ilfl l.t' id ii iC t tttatc cIii ; e ; t.t i.1;. e'i itf by .t 1t. t\ tq. t : .lhIltaI1r :tIt.mcLs, ZLI.I' Iriiig titi Corisuiijiti C sutliciiit to s.ttistv time iiiids itt time lililSi ski I not become necessary, an. that the quota 3ktdfbtpto
k1 SiIII i s d ct'i'. ::4 ,r i c I ? UiJilullt-. () :i: or tt ) .' x.etmied! iii Liii.
rtt'j I'oi Dr. 1 1lUil
II.JF.II1 Ent'ell
: 81111 11f3 i.: ut l tic ;& upnes .iuiwr of iIe MeJzcol : repel iivaior. arid a rcssion, will promptly apICdL
hitY. :": 1 11. t f ri i it U, J'ht. C.u iia'tti,, rtt I: i or I'ttmif.!, Ihysicttzzz. I [ Lii deLnd the Countr .

I ._ 'I'i1,1! ; SI : 1tt. I (;.f ,,. j ..tid l (_) ti ,, I I:. :;t .i .rvit .,. ,, *_. _% tt $ i... I 1' 7 1 I tiLt V. I Ll. I i&I.e I V _; ?; CW-nLAss) Icc. ): 1831. I Soldiers who voluatcer, tiSt do so, underaflC1Pttation

I 1 ill, .'iidit To liOflt it that. diLie3 red tohe
ini coictji.-J'1mis te of them rigidly
: \ flUty : rcqii are
Fi''i ( LII. I'1'P' ;t1r: titi. Iia i I i, ricizI;:t titl ( Iticli I ictIti ) cermt tIat I
41141 \'Ll1itl ( ti. thiVe witimc.isctl the ojra'icit of DiI'eter's pcdbrned. No dese tion-no disobeJieflceOl
: v. t'i m t1t t-t etiiiidiii.: :) iiit ( I.I I iie Izsot % a!'U.1tI4t fe.jji
tlt t i..ke ph.tce vititi It t'1r1I ritiudzt- .Stoiiachice eL IIpatica iii a flhlinhier of neglect ufdltty Clil or wilt be to1ratet ; all 'hO
iztIgicl :: ; ;: Jal Is Iii. I Ii !, iiiit 1'ztmtif ul very bstiia,
I Iili'r Iyspcptic and Livcr-aicctiomis of lou' I bark, must tcar in mind tat they have high arid jut
emil 1thtiit. V ii hunt iti i ,
:i I ti mIt) ilrtz I I. lie (!slliis it Cll'Uii tanmdiiig, Iik C.
I 1 II AF iit r..iivt.J a i : ( ) 1)1 fI I : I) 'I'ax C.tkc14r fiit (.ttdS4'I Cntiiiy. %i :iy. he ti.u. iii Il.4 1l)1I the jm several casesof time czmIarcrmftlItz of time portant truststodischarge1 and thesosnustbe"ed.
1)ItII .'J l,: 'I ( :, J !]t C .I ei; s.ioi O"t. IS15 I t-td thit; it i: .liie.e.s muon eoii'Ietei U at1ai1itiJ and its atThcts were truly astohiisliinmg. I IIaVC 00 hued li ; The vicious and Ine bad, if any SUCb preen1
: y Itt1 -
: ; .LDi::. ) vi sitatioli in ilcciarinr, it the nh't't vatuatle I themselves, cannot be itted to degrade the ch3racter
.rrii.ii; : i.v;:, I s ( re.l tItt ii1 I i4) ( II1 t tutu it is lil1lIHed! hid!! at i Itrellalatic pen
lit GtJ1e,, ) J t;ur tilose (liStressing aitiflLlIls I ofthe indugnuycoure
I btt1t .tliet that bas by sing excesses or
) ( ; tJr iI.r ie 4Il the i i1CIII tiiii1ict tii ever COllie wiLl L.l pract ;

: I2C. \cii: t :t.j &. tt vt1eii's ) () 'k MTINO t ( iVC, p. .1 jt :: is : : iii llrPnt i I: ITS application, i ii 11W knowledcc. JAMEs Evt.t i. ; i iVii1tes I not sarrtnud by tLeruIesand'
vs..ILLIt i i' m1 t County. Gen. etablishcd by the U. S aLes. lbr theO1erflm0toLl.
( )B'iTETIlAt., zVE lJsIcT- I : :mt' ; : se\i. 1 ul I i1irclions, Jan. 1S34.
;. anil POC3T : i. JJLI& 11. J de-cript iiii (1I tiii t1lL C. ;tCCIJIIIJatJy .Fhc irtlersigned en bear testinmonny to lime superior army.
ll I \l L'eIIt t ittect! Iii'ti e flicacy of Ir. Peter'sed&ciirc, Stoim'mmelmjra' Colonels of Reginments ecably to the requiremeofdte
Sro Il [ r3vs and Pit.is ciiry ix i 1 (Cfli-t ot t o IiiOcs. tiiittiient and : et lieaLC ag
Iaiicct itid Nurse 1aucci anti I 4 4I iititIi Ultd hI.rtItr( : % Price, J for time v1toIi or 50 cents e I) in the cure of Dysprpsia aiitl Litm act, will cause an ap )eal to be made ibr 'hlfl

&C. I l itItj.tiItili t h ut oiie of the arLieIei is vonted. l uini personal cxpcmiemmce. WM. C. JOI1N-ON. Leers, and to register nil wi o are efficient and ablebO
!l assortIllt: 1)1 IR1 1'I ) I I US frni Itet.jsI2dClIt.s. Dr. P's Medicinne StOmactmca lIepamia died ana ifa authcient ru nber do not come forward

i I' v1iich a ic Icnton Ii lot, Ca i .'. Cf It 1'AI.N CL'Ri FOR 'l'IIE ITCh i ll parcels wih ftill t.iLrections fbr using. tre Fritrit PLit ti voluntarily, then the dtflie. ency mustbe iupptied bY

I Jysop, 1\Ii'l% SarL S'.vcet iljoluu: Savoly, t I a lie ) II 1) 1)) ti.i.si, j I ci )I )' 4_'.VidIl\T. thai :ii: tv : V itt: inveterate, mi one hur's application L u three parcels will be necessary to COmpitte a cure one draft made upon those vho refuse to volunteer.rj .

r 'ihymc, Cellcrv, (j iultCl .', n.itIi a itt) \raI.tl:i ry I t ( liii S .t1L1_ aitti ati danger fuunim taLiug cold by using Duin The price is $4 a parcel. law 1liCl IS flOw ii operation, reqUift. fl0ug

JzICE :in1 I.LMOS SYRUP. I141IL I.is 1)1st Iitt rei,1i i the ttu iir reside iii t i iis ()intineiit. 'I'lii pru.iarationI for A great quantity of the above very valuable l more, thin that every Soldier shall h true, nit''!
ii sta ti o1 A prepa.
: SPICF (11et\: ) ) IXIIA Cciry. I L.iil1isia : I t i.s I hat S tIt' iii. t tiit sttty: ( cie amid certainty, i'tands unrival r ations, will be kept constantly Oil littitti by faithfully discharge his d ity. All who enter the

F i : ; iJ Prrui iss Si: '. a iiil hfurv tI .1 ult.c of ilic Stiiirrinr ( .iijrt lir t1ii ZL'.1 iilitlt( ; i ioi the cui if tIiii tioullesnuiie coiIIaint.! It ii soI \ E. B. PELtKIN S, 'J'a1Iithaiscclmo ranks, whether as Volunte. rs orDraUedIefl, Officers.

f1ult I r\Il'.S 'Ikr'i! ckhrite4 'uvi'i Iistr'i. i ii I'Iiiiid.i, ( .tiI.l* ai (211ltv, ( tt I lii itt ( ajiiiI, ;i t tvttI as (:( rt.uilI in its operation, as to cure this isauthorised tudisposeofthem, either at. wholesale required to practice fidelity and obedience to Lbr do4

fli i'tl &. coy&'s ir1& b :it e1 I : i i iitI I r Cl ) ) Oil I i. I ehi e I II Iirst diy i1 the iex t t di-agreelsledtstirder Inmost cllectuuily mu one hour's ap obtained or retail, Ofl as reasonable terms as they can be These cannot be ci spensed 'rvith. TO
N ( ( of time will be
to ArmyByI
SIIII (. ()tlrt, autI alsv'i; 1ls l.iIl only proprietor. Also by endanger the sect ray oldie
iVLMOM.T1:1. iI I'
itii diobrdiencc
: &e. I 1flI. I U this c.ts UtIICEVISC iJit it dues nut contain lime Ieat particli of Doct's. hoLMEs & \VILLIA81sCanibclILon & laws which govern, mutiny nDJ dcrt1Ofl, and
i4. U. Ii".dtE1NS. SIIIe V Ill IJi. ti1cii jra (1tIm'r daiicriitis i tIgieIicIIt, aiid be niercury. or 11' H A LSLCT, Druggist, A ppalaci) iiota. ot orders, are su' h high and capitt OffWces
t' :t IIULy iIfjl'I With
( .j td' t h. I 3 i. { -1St ) 1'JtIi, 1'3 I'Jlnis Itertect sttt.t) IJV PrCit1a1It females. or to vliildicn at JOS. PIIEs'FLE I'ETEtS. that the Governor (Con manding) pCtSU' !

jt -- ,. time tiea.ILrice Tue followirg are few among the many persons that selt 'and earnestly hopes) that the painful duty
have been either enlirely cured be spared him of arm to be tried fo suchsoklicr.hik
; 7 I.2ccntsa llX, vitli ample directions or greatly benefited causis.g y
,:' I VIJ ii: : 1.av..g -hsi i C1CAII within the last twelve niontbs, by the of e aemeanor. Im iroprieties of this ChEw
use Dr.
t -s- i .'tN ': j' tC i I ii in.: ; i \1.\ Ihtt I.r11DV1'OB !cdicina Peters' -
Itt iu (ji : : iu'ity ; .llZzdjiijt $ DIIi.f(21i&t ItILEUNA'I'ISMrii'I Stomacimica' et ilepaticre within icr, with deep regretbaeierctoforebeeD W1

4LL, vit t ii tttlttI ) iiitti.1 ,un the I. :; t the J.titu.ti'( liii. ( 1)tt Pitiii, 4l aasC41, 'Vill }) % I : ; 1 1 i: ( ucizttiiig decrepitude and dclort state of Ceoria.Mi tiir but the entertained belic 'as, that they arOSC fr0

:; ext en v& I y ; I li % 'V itt t the ) I.i 1tI.III 01 tlji tISIICtI Couttty (; ;uri. IILV, 8fl( tli' jtretiittum C old age, IiicIi iirc thti ;. Abner lliclcs, W jlkniisii. thoughtlessness, and want a k nowledge of the equemcts.

E:1fll-lct: n.itie : Any : ; y 1iuzi fity to *.Ilt IllU- l 4t i I ui UI%% Ct., Li' ISSIII tier (IIIWCE ;ua! :tucnlaims: n1 '.Ini disorder, are suitrered by maIiinmi 1Trs. Capt. Jamcs\vaIi! 'II). Cleuixmey has wil ed the accU121ai&tt

11 l'C.] I1J1eJUd .lll lui.iijid : 4't l1( they ii ttt i t ;(; t i(1t s.uij !ti't.e.1.: tUclItur iI tILt: si *1., ut a cure, or (!iuhitJtJiiItuIteL1t ill thit c1icecv Cal.Vni.. I'. lhIitt, alt arc redeemed. Thai those zn1sdemea030'

., .- tltCIh'tt ( iJu i ( i tt ('UU i i! 4 : llrJ4.Is'L .i, 11 r Z ULitil Lt.C ; litti i iJ ( i j.it Scilt t2ir dcui.iiids to her as i oZ I he iinmiltruus jrttetted dtlLiduks to elfect tLiiJUrfliJt. 'V.tayncv.. lIamitts, 1.si L..ureims ctiargcs .itt na; arise again, a guarantec ilIb kdiii

tjua1cd, Ii)' any nztte i i .d Ii &vi li,. ti iL itt e (_ II.H tI&I But tliwc Ito ha e iadu a liir trial of1)lt. Bryan Allen, Esq. do. the bravery aitti goad intrmtioa of those

i. ortcanen Ii Ulil IIav.tna and tIii *ei Is .t ui ed i Uih4t. tl Citlln) Icr. I I I Ir JI'll1S CE11'IHtA'FED LINIMENIe Col. John \V. Porter, l\lorgan. n.arcli to the frontier, to nit et and repel LhC 1T&

tcri1s. : ioii:; ii'i'ji co. Sanford Cliapmnaim, Esq Jones. foes of time
Orvi.lir 4. 1R33 I 1..tt 'IlE 1JCI' and ouers ('II I 0 Citses ol long sa!iti1i! iiitl of 1ic itiost seveiccimai Alexander Irvin, Esq. Six CoumltrK. peilod itfservice limited b1law.

.aIc II his Stoic iii I aIiafttse a gflfli abtitljiCIjt .mcter, hi.m% e rcctivtd c'Iiain relief, azi'J zimany ha ccure' Cot. Geo. G. ?datheis, Green.SVashington But belorc the expiration of sixty daTh Ubpruper

C1tCt1) C1i.1i Stoic. til gi.id the JfICe.s of tt t.ich 's'il I lie ,, '! in a t etv tiiys, SuIit( in 2.1 iomtrs as a ittia March 1st, 30tf determination on th part of the volufltcontidcncc

.. riii ;tlbsir3tje&. ()t:1] f.i sate kw for t bs' the ma l iet. : ht y vj ii be s'td tilt lllJtI lerilateit at tier ii in itii.4iia anti iciuiily, Vtill() were is entertained, ti at the campaign M1.LI

_H. a greit \rI.ty ()t flt csii only, tCi'iiis hut ii a iu price, ztiid t tiie i1 PaY1fl1t t. .Jer- iiierly zttflsetttI oh lt.iictiiiittistii. Iia' e er I uIIy test Us I receivtd nh. Partisan ended anti peace. and quiet r storet to our
: ( and Stpk chants iii the IIlLI: 3OI tied Cri Lnttatcs are iii the : of the nRevoLunicrnary talc secUZ1
oc4ts. I IS SLd van be I'roprit. frontier. 'l'he
( ot suppi itil viii] goo. Is to t by Suits, author of Governor lecisthat lie may
llavillZ 1Cfl
Pur1hLtscd I flu isli I heir I itt, i time lutist I! anil Guy Rivers and the Yemassee.
iii ougl.i
the aul iflhilIts tig u rjrisiig: cur.s Iiioaims the
nil most tt'ris he j ott t esontblc,, Itfliis. ['ftc The chardcters and repose on patriotism ant energy ofthe
; coiiti,1tiit thti subscrtbez 1eels ot this iti" erlul LI N1.1 CN'I'. in incidents arc all drawn 0
S lie Cdli llLtkC iL tilt' f lub.icly, to state the o liga cases vL3eI( from real I1e-Marion the Territory, to suppress Ii is unprovoked spi1U
( plaliters ;uitl 0Ih'rS, It) I it:n lit.' is tinder ,tIer 1i1iroved Lli1)11CUtiiiiS hatd utteri Sumter Green &c. will be
gi% e Ilila a izilJ. i ) e tjulI ) to I he i'lant't anti c itizens ui ifts ) lailed.DUMFItIE'S recognised as the leading characters. revolt ofibe Indians.To that patriotism bctdeutly

tcn LI'))) 0r IJIC I .: d ics .f I' ( ejll the a. COiflint;!)i', l r L Iiei r IibcrtI I'OIIagC, be EYE WA'I'Elt haiti in South Cnrolina during the The scene is appeals : and, agrecaily to the reqUire1.thelaw .
itt l hat ,
t mcst
vct1 1be
the rrctt V1l i'I %' U r( t eti cX'riitii, to inet tc 'vant of iltis nod ofthe revolution. thrilling pe- sends forth this Prc 4amation, I at 511
: f ) ( !) a) tic ( s gi owi I: ( fl I l'or sure or itillatited Ivcs, gives imniediate This book should be in the
hclt; he utrer 1r Isak, as til g tti I ) Vi 1 1 tii d a rec ivrocal ) Liull ease an'iclief Iibraty ofev&yone who informed.
is t1i oil I he rt ot' Its On recunt sure eyes, time ernct is takes pride in the achievemeni
: vou1d do vdll tocinlirace tIl$ pj niot saluttry.'mVherc ofour GIVEN under un ler my band at
q Jqftj I tilill of time ga1antsircsat time
y complaint has been a which tried men's
ingthcmseives %vflhi cgruC1t t'iiii 15i1 GEORGEL.NMAN.NOTICE. ofyears standtn souls. L. S. hassee, the 15t i ofJan.
tia1 1111f1II
( Some O3CCCdmfl bad WM. .
Ut ctrcnic1y lOW rafts. C. C. ds, cases.tlme must uneipectei.iimd .i ILSON. ,INO. a EATON,.
ILLIAME. desiraLilo relief has been 1iurmd in the of this MIDDLE D1sTaxci OF FLORIDA-LEON
1)eccnibcr tIi, I33. 17tf use SUVE&iQa COtRT. Governoz a d ComznandCtti
I, 'r the next Airil 1'euii ofJaekon eye water. alter every oIlier remedy bad tidied. John S. iotidJan.
N. Li. I S/zepard of
wish it tt be ilisttiletly UfltlCrstn County Court Manj ; In Trespass on the case.vs. e Militia
,% 11i11 I _L1.. the trsoims who bave used i ,
sititlersigiit.t1 dniiiiistiator of it tile
s i1l not clI ( ,) )( l) 'I flI I :! II'4llt! th cslatc ofVi pronounce best pro Summons adrespondendm for l6th 1836. 23, _
: I. c. c. 'r \ II Ia III S1CU I.s, deceased, w 1 11 presexit. Ii is aCtOtIIi ts aratioli fur tIico complaints they have ever met with, William Ganett 4I I $ 2OOO -
.NOTI( :
No1'IUF;. aiI(1 vi.'tctters 1'r ectLt&incit vjtjt s..tid njiccially in cases ofsoreness or inflamation of Oliver Simpson .
estate LtIIIJ long ha.ReftirnabIe
.. r UE subscribers leave to inform the putic to be dicliared tlierelrotu.VILLI.. PrY standing. Price25 cents a bottle. dingunderilenane i toiprit Term, 1836. HE ''firm of C. F. Dueirt Co. wa.s '

that they are at this lime well plJ'l'1etL 'jt1, \ SPEARS, adiri'r. 4 None are genuine UnleSS signed on the out iide style, and firm of, dtIp.dmnieafor $900. T by mut al donsent on I ( & 1&k"

k t L. Mecbanirk. to carry (in the Cabtne!, Carigc Ua- : i ; rian nt: flctoler I 7, 1 83f,. J I.t At.c printed wrap1.crby time sole proptietor, 'I'. KIDDER WILL. Gineit 4- o.T All persons indebted to the Inn ,wjfl plea

; king, nd Carpenters Iiu.ncs, in all it valious itninetliate succes5 r to time luta Dr. V. T. immediate payment to either theiueri'5'whose
'I branches ; and would be glad to furnish their ervj. alter &LiLc attcattoti 'vilt be tirade It) For sate at his Counting loom No Conway HE defenilants and all others interes'ed will receipt br the same w. 11 beood uziEzi
i..1 over
the LIon. lie Court
: [ take
cc in 1 anypart ofihe cou&uy. letters tiE Atliaiiiistriitioii Ciiui t 1JL tic touiaty of Leiit fur street, near Concert hail, Iloston, and also by his the notice, of the institution of saidsuit, and I notice Those having c1aim agsut us, Wi11

.rJos D. VILSON & Co. on the .staIc ufitiiinscja, Iatc. ahpounItIiIent by spa.ciul issuing pf tiaj attachment to appear and L present them
.',. I Qu iney, Jan. Itti) 1836. 3-eowi1sU1ar. Jan county decca.d. ASA 4IUNuN. :i., B. PERKUS Druggist. nlead to the declamtjon filed in tjie said cmse accor forthwith.C..
1..1i It3 ;
( aintothetattite .
.* 23 6w in sucjiease
made and 3011N BLAIaSt
'I"allaimasce March provided.
(No. 3 1 January 13 lkQ6, 23f: Marb3 Jan. 0th, j836; 23i1

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