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 13, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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JIIIIIIi" NEVr'STORE !IN .-! .1_ _-< J 1 ---L.. .J1 (--.'-L lj : -:--

pROVISt h Y'I AND unit.cd GROCERY.thcmsejvcs I under the, 11UI' FL' I rived Fanning ou,ihe wIth 2il three;.nd companies on the 29ih from t detihmeat PoifKing
of : ha
T HE firm IUbsa'ch, &of Moner.- Marks, for the, a purpose Grocery and es- .! ving corapos-d returned l the, the.tst brigade and 2d of Mounted"ohmleers,

i in CO'htir lar e undPf''y regiments tommanded
abli buildings being .
the I by Brigadier Gen, Call!, and a battalion of regular $
aliendiiig io
: j propose : : troops itumnanded by Lieru Col. Tannin; r, took :inp .:
'orJiag of Goods and COLton, (u
the line of march for
a point
ltttirtllltttl J to such! attention LAISSEZ FAIU\ river whidi on the Wiihlacoochee lie
hemsdfCS pay NOUS I as represented? our guide* as being a
.bictcht1.r th rn, to a liberal share of patronage good ford. 'A tout 4 o'clock on the of the
I morn
tnude -
[ .ill : Planters of the Territory, andGeorgia. ID'\.t YmQ 1- 31M alter 'ng
a' anti )U1.CI leaving our baggage
the ifljclg nQ U u.! 8.'Y PNW ions. &c. (11'
Their goods \
coun les oi a.Q 'tUilQ"Oo I protecte'4 by a guard commanded by ."Jeutenant
i bboril. for Ca'hot prod ucc. As they will endearon y -_._ .SUo Dancy, we pushed on with a view of carrying the !
low -
d supply of Choice and infc- (lord and of the main 1
hand constant NOTICE 7 : urprian body of Indians, -
ao keep of G.ocerics and Proviiioni ofvery or mislaid APALAClll OLA. (A U31LN1STRA roit'a U'llCE. lo be concentra ed on the west bank of the river ;,V .
liar. It1CJ" Merchanu and 1'1anLcrsvill! find LOST anl.tcon N. W. Walker for but on reachii- it about
cW1puon,Country.ntCTt tG cftlK Their Store is now the! first of Jan, inst. All pcisf ns any- Extensive Sale of Town Lots in f LL persons hinin,- d"ims agan.st the csiale of of a good Jo-d a deep and day rapid light, we Mieain tound and instead i
tioned against for Ellj'h W. Sweat dfccascdnrc ; .rt
trading he
; greaL1yt0thUt1 JOHN BLAIR PEACH, same as it will j/ti be required to present no means crois.ng except in an old ant
open. '..A\1. MA\Elt. j l':1i IL T11OS. L. MATH!A3. Apj ,aluchicola.fHlHEwholr ] LeJ l"\ II duly authenticated within the time pre&cli- canoe. Lkut, Cd. Fanning, however, SOD damaged succee 14
Jan. I Uw
SOili 139.' by to the subscriber his
25 3w or in Gadsden ded <
MuksJnn.IGLh. I N'G. 2\-tf J. : Ir.ict i>|Liu.d ca.loti: Foibos'Pnrrhnsc: county. W in. B. LkCahl, ortheyViJl Plcnl be forever Lard idvance, in crossing whilst th B: regular troops,took aitosiiion 1 In ;\; .

A.U FOILL NOfIt.E. tunnuiiin. to aLo.a T\V LLVK IIUM-RI I IC Th ise indcbud lo the igadier Gen.Call was actively engaged .,.
I the agent and attorney .in A LL thohC having clain's "g ainsl the estate of 1 iit L'55A>;D A'JKLS, :itu. u d ill .l iIstI&t i'S-irnU: make immediate payment. JNO.arc requested TATUAI.to horses zncresiugbis brigade and in hating their ooit
tIE undersized, as JMaiu.il G. \\ IIl if. tii vihtr w-ih the swam \'erthe river. HUt before half
:\ J mes M.O.: Biker, ,f PC lsaco- arc itonebicd to .Jr sent ; Town ot APl'\LAI .lHCOLA, i'eh.G HH. 26Sv had ciossed the one 'J t.
1' factofCaPtiII the: I. 'Ilwil1.* rjcis of LHIK! \ ir: lli itin properly nuihcntiratcd; to Henry Bond, who and! ih-j adjaci tit I Klninis in the Unljihof :\lL 1CV, having .1-'KuJJ..A.HA'J.1UL'c. about 00 battallion regulars con >ising of J r
fli for sale will iltein on ; been \U .t.I the men, were attacked by the enc who .
tr p'oeiiiation.Tallahrn.se in : my,
I pay su'riil I"
13 R of it 2 Cast >tis as Liustcei.tiy :
1'cb.o 1 I f N.L' I (If f sec. 1, T I. con- J.-.n. Wit.( I 1113: 25 8w aim 'lor ail. the use of.all the : WHEREAS, Ii is represented to me by Samuel were strongly posed in the wainp' and scr jb which ."il
1-1.100 "CH" Is mice proprietor. (duly appointed) that he i without extend-d: irom the river. This little band however

lll.IPgW?? I.f\ 'V IdlccG, T l.S of R 3, East, / EDWAitD 11o1s.roN( day of! Fcbuiaiy is heieby. HUM liveIl, ut, IU that o'clock m Tuesday in the ,forenoon the 23d intcrist in the Southern Life Insurance and Trust aided by CoL 'Va'renfaj Cooper, and L, eut. Yeoman ijI'j f.

ton'itLIin' 8J 3-100 acies. And 1 ii Attorney at Lav the Directors uf tie! Ap.i!
.1.1, F i I of> W i.f ccGT.lSorR3fEastcon. '):l OFFiUu. in Jitf&isoii Street, will Clpllstu Kale, .1L1| ulilio auction in lie Company Town said Con PUIIY ; and by said inspection, actually nearly; Ili'ee times iLeir number, beaded by 1tf::'

Sa 3-1( a-s I i1. :: next door io F.. B. Perkins of AjKilacl.icola, tu! luii.diiig Lots in ,ihe t.iidUun I made, ihul amount required to be paid in, (VIZ- the Chief Jseola, with Spartan valor. Tie action !!. f.
UTI e LIe* to tie! aboi-e\ described tracts of land nr,' Diuj-i iOt. agrcuaLly to a teinucJ plan thereof be Two Hundred Thousand Dollars) has actually! beenp.iid. lasted n. any an lour, during which time t ic troops S-
,. ..uubie-and the irrms will be made a-conimu Juis.WLh I Sac. 2: CnijNOTl ; the time of!ae.! U also appearing lit me, by the oath of Lot made three bullkint charges into the swimp and t'
I I C'Ltrk. Pr. sideDt Of iald scrub.! anil dr"fe tlio ir : ... .. :444 i
I.J purchaser. I rltc r.ist. C.Vunnnitv_ ti.... ..t il...< .. "- n/.nnir- I vprv ti r nn. --
L ic.'u.s ; .iic ill be '' '
d.ltO THOS. M. DLOUr\T, L due in Ihieu annual o u ill Ldllll'U.S one fourth ca.th, the rc-i- I quiied amount iSiUU,{;JOO) has beeii pad ; unii i is up if er ile thtrdtiarge; although nearly om-third: of
Fisher's Hotel.. Mu WILSON-Sir, H..viu been auihoiised with IUOJ'IM, and i .nt.abe! to the iheir imruber jja* been t"
At by ,''< II it,. ,, ] j J.urJ'.c ul said charter, and lur cut down, they we'e found ?
a I'ticnd t.) adveiilse n.s to be bold wita 1..Y..L. uri. Iliaiit', a riil iUfVIIH.ltI III' oilier! j urjioL.s. wiiaiexcr.Iiwf no't>!Kcien//rTup-ar. J.
1P3G. : .
Jan. i.th __ propcrt iilsalM.ciit.-. steady to iD iiGr ** rmation #
Tallahassee mine, and henow declines, 1 otter lor sale my .\JjckI jivcii, acLvri'ni: :: to tlie l )ellJJf Tru-si, ihereforv! be. It known That all ihe requirements (.J I a nf w 'line of battle, wiucn gave entire p-erection *"*ojjit
--JJXECUTOKS' NO I'lcK. a oui, PLA.s ;ii.d the ..lii'itMi, : .,::.ICI.nIUI., a. dear title in Ice si.- t- the flanks 1.
y : i A 1U> nta.ning 1800 acres of of said charter having been com pi u-d with, I > as well as to the position zelectt d for rs- : t
pei sons h.uin; claims against the csintc of r I Oak and liiekery, chockolaie boil, 400 *.crc arc J.k I vni tiiaite. dUcc. ht-ieby Make Proeiamalion, of the same agreeably crossing the rcops. Brigadier Gen.Call,af'er tiling .

ALL,I'I I G,uWi". deceased. arc required to prcthrmthiiy cleared! midm a SLate ol cultivation, with twenty cf- \cw 1 ulh, 15th, IS:.>. Illi the direction contained MI the lllh section ol said I ttcry tjftirt to intntce the volunteers rtma tin % on the t.. ..
within I1C| tune I'fcuve 1 hands LUUt\1cLA.NE. Act.1 Last bt n1ct when the aeticn commenced lo fittr .
I 3\1lhrlHiu't'I, : rr- rousts jug ofrsi rate F.edl': rO: ., 1. > crt3 the :
peg wll! be forc L urcd.! I a ( and C l.l A.:,. .Alua L) \ VIS 1 J.Trustees.JtifciPll Given and in the still P
'b.dbl".lW. r ilu y vcr bc. arpcn ci, Biai-Kaimm Shoe lIlai.ct'1 tugtliier under my hand at Office, the 30th of arranging troops Tema king on
ICfI JJ io the estate arc requested to make ImmCllldelJte with ..11 .1c p.uvisioui on iie p.ace, Haiitairjn; tool t 1. U till L. ) January, 1016. thai hunk: crossed over and rendered impoi; ta.t service i.t

uEuuINL.NING: and uteiKsi.a, "cl\'c of ii.ltCH head ofg. od Muu and I' The Diriciorsut the Ap.dachicolala! Lditd Cuup.tny J.NU 1J.LA'\"OX.Gllv..fJ 1 \rn\n.\ by his coolness and judgment in arran; jog part .-;

\ nejmcni ELIZAUETli GOULDJNG.: lior. cs. 1, the at'.e p.i petty is not s Id bclo-c the rdcl fI. g I.) the above aU ertlsti.iiL, i.ticr at j.ii- of his corps on the right of tile regulars, which gave f r

I 16-Ji 1 0:36. ih ul I of Jan laiy: iu p1 i rate s at.', 1 will then tomn.it it .'.tte taic. in sucn rpt.inli.ics us may. tc \'. anlcd, tin. \UIILE. much strength and security to that flank. L eut. Col. }1.J
I Jin. 23.irvv.pM'S to the h.uds "t Mr lIdCtiCj t tract ol Land Knot. n o-s "Fotbes 1'urcluse, 1} ifg BIX \"EEIaf.cr cJatc, I shall apply io me lion- Fanning displayed the greatest firmness throughout {t;'
; NOTICE IJCLWtlic.Hn'crl: >le thu Judge ol the County Court of Leon the aciun: and added much to the
r ADM1M Jxo. McLEMOUE.Nov. [ Apdachuola! and r>i. :..ari- ', nu I high reputation ,
t! lXmo.r.l-.s..flcrd.) ,'' l 11.\:'l : resent 1.1\' \'UIII' ils J 1633: 15'tfpLANTAnu.N.s e xtcilti;; \.11.11:1 .IX ulic: ul allaluisaic.. I In this j c, !aiity, li.r letters oi administration. on the estate of long s=nce established. Capts. Drane and Mellon Vt .
J. ,. U..I\.lls lo (1'u IOIII-M :.U\lIld ;3Jilus deceased. it. HAL EY. exhibi'ed great bravery and judgment and likewise : '.
1 the
S I tourlurs I f II r a Jir.il I .I1..tI.:111,1'1". \' tohe -;111. ol l.nost cotton .'IiCi uhilI' : i
ami -f Lt-i.n J Ijiids in .F, U. 4tli. I :3s. 2C-6vv added to the character they acquired in the ate war. ,
ll.iwwi.lc. \ il.cO'iimy C-ui.: c-.u.uj. the fuiilii.-rii ( ouiury; ut-o! tracts ol Else 'I 1 i
1-uii SALON ;;
rliarc I from i''>- AiJinnnrt .<.isiipot! I. :nc Lswe lineal pii.e l.fJs, and cxic'i&ivu: ti.utsof live o..iq! ; but .iUTlE.'WiJVA Nor was Capt. Gates wanting in urmnest Capt. !
lor' a di >, .I -.iI I .Will A 1.0CIUUJT.. as i jiuu'i as L-is will c\allllie lor themselves I a paul u- !.I I.. TED Win M. Graham, 4th Infantry, was fearless!y brave, .. ;
ol James LlUr; ; I aIovtrseer. who can jive good rJcrZ
lar flLI although: severely wounded in the
1l' r. 5l.iIMCLxSant I r. f'fil rI E fcubacnui-r if.rslu.. fe.dt.G4U ai ICS LAND, I dtMT.ption i.- IInIseCst.t.y. 1 he lilic lu Pll..h'I-1 as Louis' abilities undchara .tur. KnnuireotROiil1. ; curly engagement Ii l
head his in .
I-GIU ais uiil be the k.uneus I tor the li .. to company the most \.4t.'
5. HW- _ Jd_ lyinj \\1lIl1l\\J! n.iicaut jMout.cilloJlUacica) >u> of Aj lach.- .
September _ _ ;: liUlLliK.LL gallant manner, until he received anorhe:' severe \;. f
--" NOTICE.IX ul t luck u rleuidi and under u g.od 'fence, a ;ood COla.Tile town of is Tnll1hlrsse, Fl>. 5 1836. GJv.NUTlE. 1 wound, when he was taken from the field. His brother ,

mnutUsaficrdaic, application will Le made to ( iii-t louse (Jin, r.iclvin; Screw, 1)\\ clung House, of Pl'alhcicoh situacd: at the monthoflncrivct Lieut. Campbell Graham, counnandiuj'the adjacent .n

S the Ji.d-c; of ihc County Court for Stables anl .\cgri>-lluut>c.w. 1 iill also sul IttUbusluls u.e aminame on St.GvOiee's J-oUiid, A company, was likewise severely woum ed early &.? ;
the hi liornult: f I Coin .. in the liull I] h ef.i et leo. hIs the ul the Rivers Arsons. having claims against tire estate of
; J (
lij Fodder
10uu0 .\1 scapou *
'fGulii1'nilor kttirs ',f JJismistory on luu ulc three Chalaiiooehec; Flint ..TH. lUc Ij. fho.nas Stabrook in the light, but continued with his men, till another < :. .
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t'III'' ) llor&cs PKiu.uion Jhijula, Apal tIJlCUI! i.IIid arc requested lu
"Is .
1 \ ,
c. t
wound forced him
from loss
A'r.d of G ad-df-tl of blood to retire from
iiic John I1. .lalc county their rClIllcr ihcni *,
estate( ,. inuuiary fetreanib, and is connectedviih the is properly auiiienlicated to the !,itc-' '
\\ 1). UAIIRKSU: Adm'r.Uunry I ALSO, fllo.m&hin l l'lI't.I. i the Held.! Lieut. Maitland, who commanded a com- f1
tt'4l. louns ul L'oiuml! a.nd I JAMLl.GADtDE>. I
I Ij'W: of LAIS' s Irwinton and
,Jjnlsi. l?'6. 4 ; Cm aciis lyiu, on M'ukasnoky Lake 1 \ Ith lare oiatr.cts! ol nth! ai.d krill lallahasseeTcb. 1S36. 2l 4w j I pany. comribue< much, by his gallantry, to encour- i* ?*
-___ 4 tu ul whiih is cleared, o. Corn, Fodder, Outs, .\!uk* pl.nnuti.'iis in i aphis m n. X. ? :

G"y's Piiiladelphia 1 Palo Ale.htupwribirwill aud 1 lioist !. 'I he most uf the ah.ivu I ruc;s ol Laml Georgia ton IItIUlhl, Aiauania.- and riuiioa, i he exports of C'Ji- .dn2zjs1ra1o,1jc e.I I Lieutenants, Talcot, Capron, John, Grahan Ridge- XM i

.ile ,iro .:rs>t ran I ilalllllucl"ullil I i i i ihc cltaicii Lallu11Ipruacc > j'Oti nave btcn i cg..Kmy lII casing lor : l ly, (who was wounded early in the action,) and '%:U .
rCCl'It.lr few LL
'I1l > in a daysLjudst'f tilt I.lblll.r..e j
: frini I IOOU) Ibs. lus. of ) 'i.lIi.u,1 ILhbUj'J'Uct.IUlIus.. car peisons hiving claimsagainst tile estate (.f ( j Etl/okslll! t
1 lJ tins Ale1I.c.I. i is u ell kiiswn l lu IcUO CUllI'III'\r acre exceed J.> O-JD oaks.'i'ucut y i I-fSL I Ubc.uVhite eceaeil I II : displayed gnat courage and roolness 11
iiquirtd to I
Jan. IG. H;G. 23 4w K. HAClvLliY. I I present (throughout the action. When almost non- |d
bt tie It-si article ii.Jt c.n be iiadt it i* piu up sonslokecji II I lU ;niccii :.te.lnthualSIrcady find coiistan'. :I them wil'iin the time .rcscrii-ed by MW, or iliy will !t|: commissioned officer and private exhibited every firm- t:1
I '
cer.aia Ifiigths of tniic-each luurrl: bcirjjp.utubtrcd. 1'. rf.; 1 1.\ ill a to bell! 20 : t-:;rocs, Id 1 of \\hic3i are cniili| >) nielli "Hi its \ ..tc I s, ai.d lfc iti.iliiei li.tVt: It- bo torcrerbarrej. hii.c indebted to Hit estate arc I j f frc'Ui&iCil I Je.it, was almost impossible! to discnmii ae be- f 3))
The btiljsci ibcr.will be l'oll.Lllnyl1l'l'lh Undit d. > :els ot' .tl aIs.e..... i lO !u ae iUIIII; iall. paymcht. ;'
'l.r.L.C \ C hamls. I ain pri 3jii > tit i ;t;i i-uliiiir am >:0.11'i I JI! ween them ; but the Commanding General! cannot t *!:
"ill be sulJIow, aid 'I n qu.uritics:! lo Mill purccxser iei Cc, lla.i tiiosi JA.\it&; .Wc.MULLIN. ;
: U- l.CJ 4li ; uii t..c i I; ,taauoVu u.eti- : |. withhold his high approbation of the judgn ent and f7l
*. GLt'llGL'LAMA.AN.Jan. IN I.F.UN SUlM.UlOil; COURT, ti",s.ud. I -Fto.: Gtn l Irfo8. *6cw 1 I IA i courage displayed: by Sergeant Johnson, of1.. com- ?.;

16; 16H.G. 2-, tt. Lo .1Ju.c1 Ttrm, IbJa. <\I\pal.ichi'o! I.a- :,Cdl !>'.ittd! I.ut a !CkV } rat,, andliitiso VICE. :! F Fj any third Artillery, on whom the conmiani of the :

1" )..- r. t'iU.S.. iJIuc, Bro-.v, and IJarK .Mixed ,. .. It ive lu.iic.io ii.i.iu> .. iXit&1 i.-tvn-., II', ili- j rfi ti lUi s-'ibscriber \'. iL, :mJ his horse KIP.IPAT- :;: *,'oiztpanydevolvedatterLieut.Graham was emoved /.?;
Sitn.eitsaup. !;lc3chc111"11" \\ lulu Cotton Ch.lril'S ; Liire, ICi i .*.L ill me .> >!Ii, li.'Vs. l the field *
I. f and Dunded
: ( I 1'.Ih tiv ti.i.ll lU ll> !).hI .- j J&L UK it, .iie c: s.un- Sviii::, at 'l'.llia lb.ct. at the! i; 'rum ; who although severely r
: hnU'liuse.Coi'JciJ ktris, O.MK\burj{ u 'atc assort "S IX ATTAC11.MLNT: f 1'IIH.lh. : .I. a.. r LII.JII :1.111&.. LII .tV 11.1.\ \ 111t1.11 cnI i I' '. I\.n".cy! t'! i..t;e ai oi i.uir \\ hilui'a ttott u.d In i.Il'l.n jnllcd at the head of the company till th j action %Jva
I mcnt of 3Jllkn', LonJtiii Poiu-r, lloitlcd Cider, Ira :,11&1)11, ) : \ nIe.:... : ..Li.'A l,1 .;.1.1. "U'j .o.c i..Ii'.l'l I} : (_. .", t' I :.it ul.cr ill \ > on r. Also, of Sergeants Kenton and Loftin, *Jf rI
? y. : v the
t luunjwiiuo,, Old'L. 1'. Aiatluiu: \\ inc. Alcxaiulria r ti lit: -l'-'tiuatii I Ir i S.I IIJ'Irn, ai.d: all oilier pCj I j Uc\.II II.: ..- '., i liviuUa.i *tllil'b at .... ..I ::.c" 'a. ;1 h.-... bus. purlieu J-\0.>a il 1 'f.i'C-LVLt..U.l;,i\t-n m:. I :n.': Corporal PJ get,4th Infantry-Sergeants Scofield ,

S 'g.uslii-.iACs,] \I. IL R.tisiii >, l.'iu..rs Figs, HarroN 'ji.li-, in.ciUiK% '::, .tic i.i.tc-Ux' u"lIJ"I.! 1.II.l "Ill U\t'.i: nib' aliI I J\."." udd'i it uc .tf; "lo.: to k..l',. :: .1 aioJ i 1-36" :2..j, :w :j :t,.'l l'lIrer, LL. company, 2d ,Artillery Sergeant { *; :
Uul.ius 1alfli...tvl Ma.kcn.1 1 Cod.sh Pil:. 15ic.d I ut uLl.uj.i.cl\ : lu &p.t IL Jcd titli ; ... : bniith C. Is' and ,
I )t ; ii! tar k' UHil."e .ru 1'.v..l1.hiI. 'II;s tli lilt o.-:<; .o.i w IJ'U'I.\J1 n) ami! -- -- --- .- comray, Artillery, Corporal V ;

I CLicbc, Uut>ii> :) 13U.t i. Lard, Ui!ac a.d Lc Cli.iti ;, i>l Leon Cunt t1 in i.iu; ai-nc' i..II'11 1 i.-v:,0.1.t. ih.t tile) 1 i.i. vf it.c. lIrl..1'1 4; 1"1"i": l\.y a."_ I:..' io I it z-U'c : He ular l'ackdsljetwceu if.Marks SfJQrlecns.. I! L irij.in, C comj'suy, Artillery.! Col. Johi \VarreI .re'
all iu i iai nil liijcr.d terms by GliO LAN .ui. arc I.JI..LV n-q Mrud "i a/.j-.u. tu.d |.t uj to tIi. .10..1, : t.1. J 1..h..L h..jll..l..o .IS \ 1.IIU, il .Ito : i :, LJornmund l\t Regiment Volunteers Major ,.., '

Jan. ..G:h Ic:l.. 231f rultuii accw't..i.i.j to tli-j: ..uuun! t>\r>t C.I-. made and t In.lZdZe Ii as h. ..t.i. a l"..i-'i <.1 iCou.ujo; .1: l. to tjc 1;; -PWT-i-A.>y.w i'litr ;dll'. Lady* /ashuii-l *- j j( C'> -p.-r anti L.eut. Yeoman, of same corps, vho' had :*.

j l'i vidt.d J A:. A. Uhi'. I Hl.LUT, i icE xvith in .11I.\. cy! '., ."I.ij.. V -Lili.. !.I ) 'l ton, M. Swami) a-d .Wasi.jajt'-n, ; for MI- dOll the l left flank', v.tre all severely w jundcd, *;/'! !

Eor Sale or Rent. Dec. 12! Is33. 18tf A Unnoy lor Piaiiul.COITOiN : I I: .",,I. vJe. .i;. 'a .-,1\.11.! M.1.'I.. .s, .'i..t !h.u iecure; ;:11I !! JjAVvj \.( II1. Lecd, will apply rejjui-.rly! tluo' j; 'A'hil'j leading their hale band to tbe charge; and all W\ ;.

1 TRACT olLaitJ&iinaied in Jellerson county, I cI.u.I".C'I., I elsa LUI) 1.0.t i ., ..i>u is Ui.Ui.'icU uti all .-..-.- .- the o. a tJu.I j j od.avcil; with gnat bravery, as well as 1 djutant i?i !

A I Umikscastuf I .Ukili.issee ol oliO acres. 2UU' bAGGiiNG-T1\ I s id..: Jrmil the :c.- il ...1: t\vo CIli..IIIVI.C by I I I P. H. SWAI.Mat, St.Mari.snnd! I Philips-. Lieut. Col. Mills displayed great oolness riland l

cl "liictiib t1atiink, liJ Uak ami Hickory, and the 4' j the **..LS Pass1 a IIlI&LIII.o." .Ib i,l 00 ) tuns. 11"111' Agent 1 Talaa: : ce. |I judgit.eiit during the action, and inre. rossing 't !. J

foliance ljine Lam and bwainj), 170 acres is 'uL down:: ROPE, 9.C.; j i I IU IeeE over the bar at 111.lll'-r; Leu: .;.11:' by Hit I I ( N. W. STILL WELL, S. Orleans |{ t ti.eiiver with his command. Lieutenants Stewart |-* .\

ttJlJO u iiiosily under fence vviih a Dwelling lluitscUJ THE SUBSCRIBER wil.hc supplied ihi>, Fall with, t tan \\ c.tl'.I >," having \Iii tu 1 > ILU at 1 h.\ water, ...dt ":uv. 1st, 1&,5. LtfJJWi i .ir.d! Hunter, ot the id Regiment, with a few men of JM 1i;

i/ul buIdi: :: attacucii, oiliuc.it ol Goods selected oy huu.>fil lor lhi iintliiig vessels of 3oO lullS tcatiiiLii without tmy UKli- SEEDS I hat regment, were judiciously posted on th : right,
AI.o, .\Jar el, and od'ctcu lor kale on I ca. OUi.A1J.c itimi a> cull'c : b tirau iit; ri led lti.d I / and rum their reputation tar firmness, woo. d have >
A tract the Auscilla wai.\rUSlIi.l.ly at I -.1RDEN EELJS from the New Hug-land Sei-u I. a good account of the had he n ade his *;*=
on river containing about -ISOscrts her tolore lur csli, viz : j ihe n ha, ve:, liiu>e ul t 1 Ii Icd or :iioU tons burthin given enemy
: mostly ol lir.l quality and beiu yes y level. Cast Iron Lnanicl.eu l\.t Ware-English, S\vecd& i iaud carrYlI I IOU Oalf"! ul loilun, v.-iihiii 3 miles of the, -.Jf Store. For sale by a apj-earunce in lat quarter. Cot Parkhill 01 the F. tJlt
.urtrllUS Ainvii lion t O ** tf G RO. LAN AN. ouiitcers: who performed the duties of Adjutant t
ilj.I'll1! Joil.NCORDfi&lMMULKAU.to an -bamltfiMjuC.i and .\lacnincry IlU\\( 11: and iho. ul GUI) tun take in their .
lIrJlIllIS' carg..esItilill -- -------- General displayed much military skill, aod the Utmost *,
111Jure e iJit.; :A.1L.LA>GLLV.iop.i'a S.eel--.cet lion-LJruiz rs an.i .Na.i Kod.,-- : \ bixiceit I.I1tS! la secure ancho/a in the \
Oul".u'lc Jan. 14 1 IS.'iC.: i.J-3m! Hoop iiaidwart'-Cut.ciy-.\lc. liuniTool.. I tsuu..d. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. I coulne and courage through! the wJ ole action I

Looh.ii.gjIj.--JJoniic .j i Mr. Ca nib: adverted the ; and his service were of the first impcrtance. K :
cling td of
> v oi on-SeineT\v int-- : Let' rs (sit the suhj'of: the i.\',CIt e lands to be fdil.v.sid I I : propriety a
ri4p'r1cE Lash L iii!-Kopc unit Lc. action I. ol. Read, Inspector General, displayed: mu..h firm- m:
uing Llla'lIJU.tlIIC-- ; in umas .\ liiz: ,d!, P.'."- ;\Ii'du'l. Joint! I j i !specify on I the bill, (m.ikm I > > bui he had Ins! }horse shot and received
ne s t jv slight
SIX months after date we :'.;all inbinit our accounts H.ank; an.t .iuei IJO KO h JI.IH.lInl \Vi-oil \\'Jc'; C iiii- 11.111. .. L Uc IJH 111, A. t"l< ii mi, .u tiic &.)titt:* 'II i iI I j'I tu tI..r.Ihl': expenses of I the. Seii; in.e! \i'\ .i r,) :nidby ::1 uuund T early in the and was seat with !!,
uaditis, ascxicuiors on the ,'Ii'atl: 411'! IJarVidcrsd.aa :- Btsk ts-Giucciit.>-Cuipciiig-JMKI s aiii! hl'c -I I llii: .j j al.if.i.C"! "..IIII.i. intiji ss*)' al T.i ,,a..ar; "te or I l un.'iniiii;, ;: m.COIISIMH I, muted. I that I ihe H<,u>e !". ord rs to the volunteers. My volun'eer Aid Major f. ;
C y "cd Co (the iiunorablu C Court Ax S-llluia.j Kubbel Uo.-U%- linn ..AXi>.- U la'c.: .-. ji.il.UM .1 5, wr n. liie t.. : lI'it.\ ( ut f \\
( unty Cuiu : o. 'c.\ 1 u. :I., .o iioi.j.t- l .lIulIlllIl'e% the hole on ihe state ol'liie I j Lyt Ie, and Maj. Welllbid Aid io Brigadier General !
Levn llirr"w-PJ'U'II >aioi Tin \
\ .
county aid api'ly (or a tiicZa.irgc. ) e-: 1't'rllI1'.Wllt Him Wuo.-ej K . Unnni, tire Name; which Cull! lha action nd dis- .
and Fancy %. up.-ii was agreed III. t were near me throughout a ;
JA:. J.V1CK.KRS. : -llaniv.-x'i-iJaia .1.,1 l.Jut.w.ruJdk --i j IUiugs Liti.i' r.tji.i.c .iaj III| Apal.it'lii-: Jii'l 1 i us \ icimiyi Tilt ll ni>e I rht.'uVctll into Commit) Mr. I p.ayed the mol intrepid courage and coolnes ;. Col. 1 !
CaJ> -- Gu.'i1-- !
WILLIAM 'V. U.-\llT. .iy in.ty ov set u at injt.iti.uin..; jias: *.' s :- I Howard I the. Cli-iir J 11 Mclntosh, one of 1 Aids and Major Gamble i
.the ,
NUT.Dili P..III ana uiu- tju.iif, .t; tlierii Gia in upon I foregoing bill!. I ) t
1815. 15. Gm sand l.iNiw 'k'oik l .it the iitHc. ui the 'I 1 i ti.s.orof the While Aid to Gen. Call, both displayed much nrmn rss and _
Mr. !
Ware amend
Cla..a Ucr.i.an move' in the bill
I United .1lJli. j HI ll. J 1 '. 'v. hstf, at \, i.s.in.lun; I 1). C. by adding and he left .. 1
By the t'retideuttifthe Stales. cou age, were actively employed on
: RGB LA.NA1A.N. a section authori-.ing the President of the 1 LulledSinles
I In ChaiJciii.ii-j.: C., at .:IC ullicc ul i iii.-lr.ird Ci>r I llank I also fed it due to Lieut. Col. Badj Capt. >
I X PURSUANCE of law, 1, ANDUEW JACKSOX Talahas! bcpt. 20;, lc.a.J. 7tlADE nochai lo C.s t.e. to be enlisted re rimeni ul' 1,000 I
Scott, and Lieut. Cuthbert. 10 say that, although. the I.I I.
i PitMiient: ot the Liutud ::htc America ilo - -- ---- ih mutinied 1 riflemen by and with the of.
C theSenate
; consent
av.uin CI!. Jn'n 11 P WiTiam: : "tpn. t action was lie:r.! over before hey could ClOSS the
\T:11 Jiotbjr be declare and: make Known, that a public sale Cuhnnhio! G e''. J Dilliiiunain $- Co. 1 for twelve months, ilj; ill his discretion, be I ricrvith a few of the 2d Kegimenr they to k a judicious jt1 t

I : held at Si.1u;csiine, ill the Territory of FlorJa Tiillaha.ti.rf. Flo Thomas It.dizull.! should deem it necessary.Mr. poiiiijn, and showed much firmness. Capt. li

dapo: ,on!HiUr Monday the thc 7ih day of March next, for thc Apalachtcola. Hiram ...Nuur&c.rew U bite briefly supported the amendment. NVyatt, of tile same corps, was entirely emplcyed in. .',: .!\
i public: lands \\ itli ui thc limits f tlic I
( lJdci.1l1s.1,1)11 ,
and nianifestrtl much
uiHJcrmtniiditcd He said all accounts from Florida represented the ere -ung a tempoiary bridge, If V.
June Lau Florida 10\\iuiul.ustuct ti.hi1 JII; all.1 luiclional townships \ ,', Jamrs I Inntrnrit). Territory to be in a most distressing condition. firmness. Much eredil is also due to the med cal department F ,.

viz. FCIISIC 01.1, Jot I n I Inneraiily.'Jie composed of ( Wightman, 3amil- It
Three counties
trLiuftt Last lin: "'lll Kaii of I it nuriiiin.rcui.ia1 '0:0ill:: ; Papers v.-ill publish: the above! daily I!I were already desolated' : L by lUll, Randolph, and Bradcn, for their activity lOt attention r

): : (U\\ hilip if2, 3I, and i, (Hlusi 01L.. fur one \vc. :i, and thricaficr once a \\ cek until thC the Indians. 1 lair numbers was not known, and to the wounded. fi:

t&rfllu'tr,) of iiuitii.:I. loth I FcJiruary: and send their bills to the office of the: the melancholy information received from the in- The time of service of the Volunteers bar ng expired ;

'LU"UaII1-1i:! I jf 2, J, .1, .d1d fiaajuuai township .'., ofl Daily, Adi miser for payment. l habitans ol" those counties, as well as the destrtic and most of them having expressed an unwil- I,

111t l : UI/-toll Courier, Philadelphia N. Gazette, l lion of the detachment of the Unite! Slates I Jingness to icmain l longer in service, it was cc nsider- i& '

1'l.oll'milIJ's I 1,2. and 3, of range'MlklllplOil. 25. % and sold wholesale and Etc lJaitinure; American, Lit irlesLult Courier, Hoops showed I that I these men had been equipped ed best, after removing the dead and tak.ng rare of f.q

: .\'f.e it G. I .LTW fcavaanah cJeoruian, New Ui&leans Bee, l for action for a l.mg time. A portion of f them huii j tie wounded, to return to this post, which we reached
!ttoll.ll"Wllallll} uf I 2,3, mul 4, of range 27. I]I taiL in (l. idt'iiek county, ltI. by C llcrstyn Cincimidli Gazvtcc, i ash yule Ba.mcr. been armed by the of the U. States on the 'd ins.. without the least hverrup ion,.and on ;"j.,:

fflLculJHal, Hh\ ns1ips I, 2, Ulh.1 3, of ianji: 2>. concerned ill the Patenl with I"r. Judkins. Tallahassee, Dec. 30h JJ1 id government tle totluw.ng day, the Volunteers from Midcle I Florida '
} ilctkJIUI: i-.Ai.k.iih I, l, .lid, ..f I..ttse 2;'. The above Uintinenl i t* ulF rcd to the public ns a with a view of their going to I the west of the Mississippi ;- took up the line of march for Tallahassee, and _.

&uu/ e tttie hiLt a.t.! Lat vjlkf niirid-Mnf ale and certain remedy for those uh..iiiialu disia: Apaludiicolasales} I r liver and another portion had received this morning those from Ea:i Florida proceuUd to r ;$

'L.\ll.tfl uf t"" 1".1.I' niiltMl .u\*'"'iiv Ki-cr, sonic of which ha\e so long 1i'iIJIcd thc eLill of tncdicascience. : ) I arms from Miiugglcrs and others. Mr. \V knew their resreclive homes, leaving me a very fe'v men :'i

f oIrzge 14. po tpnl'd. I that the number of Seminole Indians I had been to guard this ex-ensive fron.ier. I am not' fully "

: Jo: "nMii|' ](U), n.1 ud 1 12!, nf range.:i. I Isl While Swclliiigiof every dcsrriplion.iid I In consequence ot diaiuriianct-s with the I Indians in greatly underrated, and il was known there were convinced that here has been a great defection :

"In''Ushll; iu, ll.aud t I It, Jft.IIlJ.I; IC. Sore L .' r< aiid Ulcersi.f long "hi tid uig. Flotilla, I the.salc ol I rile townts! ash\'erli.n: fur on the L not less than 12 or 1500 men, who had cauturcdalrt.IIJy among the Florida Indians, and that a grea. many f.

'To.uW 10, Jl, I 12, .\lul ia: ...-rdii::(: 17. I 3d ischirru andulai| Tunmurtf. particulurUlhoehardened I _'2d of Fhbiuary. i is t uslpoucd until Tutsday the I 19thul about 250 slaves, and those slaves who Creeks have united with ihe.n, consequently it will i
and Crt liiinmirsm woinen'sbreasts whichuftenIICM ; day! .t' Pad iii-xf require a strong 'lorce io put them down. l-
Jfui"Cai.'U7' cuunal
uiuusliiiis I!IISclillul I would not operate with Uiem, they intended totl'.IIIS1rl
; ( CIIL vl.-\rn.: ,) tywi.shiji lo the Inland of Cuba.
3,01 Rur., 18 I 4th Felons or what.i41)IIIe people know by the name NOTICE.IX and wounded of the respective regiments anc corps. 4

T "ul.hipao 5 G 7and S, and fractional i 0 Catarrhs of description. Now, the first question was, what was the best I am Sir, with "ligh respect,
I tWflS)1i) p every I v.pi ks after date, -hall npply to the Hon. mode of I end
t.onhlJfrrct.lnl1( pulling an to these disorders. I It Your most obedient 1t [
.l 's cLijus,) I Irat.lUlial towuhi;, 5th Rheumatic Pain of tilt:jOlllt t the .Ind;e of the cnunty ruun fur Idlers ol Alf1IIIIIilHnHlUII ,
was impossible! to draw the militia in Southern D. ]. CL1NC ,
lof't\SoUllof Aaredondo's cl.tim Glh and liruisci in .
,) and 1uwnship J3: SpraiiiH every description or i un the estates of M..SCS; :. .Net' sun, atii LI
wi.utevcr pail fituutd. Slates this season, nor in the fprinir of l the year B. B. General U. S. Army, Comm; nclinj.R. .
Matlha E. llu::.m d..c\ase.IIlc IIf:.i itt C'lllIty.Jail. :'
IlO-U'lups I, 2, 3, 5, G, 7, and B, fractional towi 7th Tettersof all kinds. In ihiscornplnint. the pa 2.d! ISlo.: 2 Gw 1JK.NJML: \ UA(;AN. and if the I udiu i's were not entirely stibjuga IC I JONES, AdJ t. Gen. U. S. Army. ,

iJP9'\! UrLh oflrcLllIhdv'1' claim.) fl u'uunuILOwn| lie nt, ic Hpplying tlc '.),nLuscnt. must keep the par! befoie thc warm .season, it would: then) be tenderedinijjosMble. '1'I

tflC \Stulb ofLllat cUI1I11)) and township' 13 oftownship OLl of water' .TA.UI1.. COUKIu He believed that in the course ofliirce Return of the killed and wounded at the bittleof 1
'f Bib Chil.M.iins, OY parts alFoctod by I fmst. JOU I Jr..adw.ry.tc \\rk. : or lour weeks, a sufficient force might be the YYiihlacoocbee on the 31st day of December, 'ti

J \tI'tt1i o i.iships 1,2,3,6,7. AnJ fractiotial I It ill also one of the best temcdios f.ir: Uurns and 'I'Ell.S' 'fur salSfai Ztcrdari-s and Hook Cuts raised u> put an end lo these hostilities by Juneor 1845.Uiijfeii. ,.

Jt. ( 01 1J"e\J.uU'b cl.lIU1,) hacllfu31 IIH\1I lIl' Sca1d. It eases tin; pain; and draus the} (fill out i in n sells of DUll< 't a'ks B JS ';Jd., AJul- July ; and ifthibC t should! unemployed) States' Troops ammcnled ty Bt. Lie it. Col.
mops ,
q .ts"uL"tllJvlI.u'l dlum'JuJ Lu"w.i.I. I.), short tmiH. II"I'-C,', \V'I"I'ru' '. si, Looking: Glasses, also Pin andCcntiif.Tahh'S Fuwiig,4thJiri>lcTy. & i
he understood that cither the United
"I1. For lutl.III.J'ulI'tm'" 11 reast. and ( 'l.mdular.tvuilingrt wlh wood niarbic tops. idcb..nrds, portions.If i C.) Company 1st Artillery, Cap. L. Gate; com-

&I Fra"tllmaltoDlil'. I' tuwnslii1as 2. 3, 4, J, Ii, 7, il Uhupunor lu any iredicine ) ot l.u.juntd \\ tnkTal'lca, Ir0s>!ii.i DUfl'ai., also vrilh wuod! or Suits wauled them at that time. Information ; -1 ar.incer killed, 1 corporal nnd3 privates ,
} ,a that ,.irt 4 to""$:. ,. :, l 10, II I a tod I : the IlIclflcalllcult) I it 1.1 much safei luau mercurial marble tops ;i.d: eiciy article ntre -.ary tu fits iiI. .\ had been received bv the Secretary of War, that!: wounded. I

l ilU I.t c.a'l t UfAtrdund't c.J.hll' and LO\\ I."ili.j.! 13, of; of any III ej.trtiuii of that material,) hecau&e it duc: l.o-tkc. 'S ,hi' h l will! Ie IIIJ on tCt Ihni \11gl C the Creeks weie m a very troubled! stale. He[ (D.) Company Ai'tillery, Capt.G. Drate commanding -

not lay lite patient liable lo injury from expose to t-iiiiresatisfaciii:. .!in.-2.'i.'{ l IS6.. 19w eouid! assure the House thai the wh.ile! Territoryof -une pri.iie i.i-ied: 1 id Lieutenant 1 cor- {

,.L. 13,0 l'-llIn t. ns I 1. 2 1 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8'n, 10, J J, 12, an d cold.This --- -- - -- Florida would be desolated in a very short lime, [ or I, and I-privates Bounded. tt

V flbSC J. Ointment has cured sire of many years eland & StUKlgC.Tin unless! ihe Indians welt lepressed. Under iheie (F.) Coiui1'n..ydArthlery, Capt.Mellcn com- t.

:'I. 13l0"1Ilnps, ...1.. 'i, 3. 4' 5, G, 7,8,9' 10n, 12, and ing. Where il is ini'HJiuiible or imprudent to heal the: t. Mib&. niter h.isl.itiy circumtiiict, he Imped! I there; would he no UU- mandl\lg-l artificer killed. .I
e.C external ore, in of the bone fmial.ed
conaequunce becomingcarious f a ki :i tC.) tulImaudmgrtil1erv; 1st Lieut. Majt-
----J Sllluu to the amendment. He believed: it
} : 1OrWIl61oilSI,2,3-i,5G.7,8,9, 10, 11 I, 12lind or rotlen, it will 8top the progress of the cane*, c3 and commodious Co.- proposed land COUI1 .nllin -1 artificer killed and 7 T. rivates jilt
_ ., increase the quantity ol the discharge, remove the of f lon Jilied which with his well known, \\ IH'huJsr'111 die bt-bt and most efficient means of pullingan 1 wounded.tH. .-IC

! : 1'ttCUoIla.ILo\Y bip 1. ofun.e 29 futativo rmell! and eu.e the ,ain.It \ enable him Io boise lioni the weather from SE'': end io a war, which had already caused aUI ) Company 3d Artillery, 1st Lieut. C. Graham!

r E4er \\ 1 1Jc kept ,' :n for two weeks, and no i | cure* Ihe wort Felons or Whillows on an application to loot bales. Those 'vho may lol"e. their Cotton great sacrifice uf lives, both officers an men, commanding private killed, I Isi LieuUnant, 1 i.

; c1nJ the land resernLy law for the use ol of 48 bourn.Khenmalianirf wiih him, are assured that every attention w ill be ui their march from Tampa Day t.) juin Gen. Clinch.I sergeant, 2 corporal and 12 privates wounde I.

. lei Uotsorta.1J i't 1 rcioCrvcd lor IIlIlilary or oLncr purpo which have stood so long as to become foln'l'dI"iis its sale keeping. Mr. \V. had lunise'f rtceived letters from officers (D.Company.4thlnfJ.ntryCaptV.M.fraham) 1commandiu

GIVell* Iclu\led (ron sate. a lynteniatic disorder, requires medicine betaken in l.l\Jnlk,, Jan. 13 24U '<. W. DORSEY, at Tampa U.iy, stating that the attack was mace -1 captain, 1 sergeant, and 61 rivates 1

Under rny ha&d, at the ety of Wash wardJy to remove them entirely. But in most common Storage 4* Comm. Merchant. by no I less a force than 800 IlIdi DS. wounded.

.yh PLou.thlltlurlccn l aty October, A.)). I8)SAMDttEW ca et by applying this Ointment externally as directed >. TOTAL: ..
e JAC4cSON. it will give relief. And even in old people, whos ISO TICK. 3: artificers and 2 privates killed. .

k4MA A Br.owl pains ban been of longer standing, it will ease the IX months after date iij 1'1'1icntiunViii be made i to Official account of the Battle nf fyitklacoochec.tfelow I capta.n lstlieQlenant, l lieutenants 2 sergeants, .

- aaioner or the General Land Office. pain.To the 11011. J udge of the County Couit for Let.11 we publish Gen. Clinch's official account ol 4 corporals, and 43 privates wounded.In .

.ca eaplaiiiB and masters of v'Ascl.thi" ointment: County, for letters oi Dismissoiy on tie etc ti.iamus this Battle. all, 4 Killed and 52 wuunded.

.koTIC 'O PRE-EMP "ION CLAIMANTS.III must be very valuable in winter on our coiul it bcinr I lum"iir dcctaii-d, l.tluot bind ,:oiu.ty. HEADdfARTEKS, TEiiniTOHT OF FLORIDA, Florida Volunteers, commanded by brigadi;er general -

thc right of very certain in Its eilects un ChilblaiM or parts IIll ct e.I l 1. U. .-.:.\ HC \ / roil Dranean. 4, IrtSG.Sm Cad:
.C l lands are -empLioo 10 any (>t withfro t likewise pro vea ill piulilius iu allch llA.itiallfcFFKil.J12'*tCUlor.. :-On the 24'h' ultimo, Brigadier Gen. Call I, 1st regiment, commanded by Col. John K' Tarren.i .
required to the
>r, *tu.tn o"1.he, Regtlter and Ueceiver same to, mule. T.dl.iha&scu Jan. i& HUG.l( utu couiiuauiting the v-lumee.s cited. mio service by co.onel, 1 major, 1 lieutenant, and two }privates
U'-r salt. prior Li A largo mall of tustitnony proving the value of ti ljiah order ol hia excellency G K. Walker, aoti.ig Governui wounded. .

3 ut&t4LukI Officer mud eicellesit medicine will be hewn to those who | INUTILE. o. f'.oritla, formed auiIcti.n with the ivgulai.loops J-t regiment commanded by Col. Richard Parish,

13 1, 1t 35. wuh further": information on applicalion to lr Hers cj 4 iX \ccks after date npi lcjnion: will" be made I.; at tins InS', aid luloiuieil me.l that his cv.muiaud private* wounded. .

\ IS-tr tons, or to any of bin authorized agents. K3ihe lion ihe Court lor the County ul Gad>det. had bo:ii ra.>eu tu meet the crisis; tUutof most J otal!,-1 colonel, 1 major, 1 lieutenant, an i 4 privates .

[ WISH Nut1ei:;., Tlie above mcd.ciue old by special appointment ol for letu rs of udi.inistralion on the estate of Josepi.Kielda ihe terms of servue would expire in a lew days, .wounded* .

l o to hire for the ,>rwLr. a co Tipel waiter; i die patentee and warranted wiutiie. laic of t>aid couijly dcceusid.WILLIAM. whion made necessary to ac J.'r ri-mpiiy. TOA'O large (Signed. .) .SAMUEL PARKHI1, .

I. ne W0t13aJ1'al chamber 1 E., B. I'EUKiNg., DROQGUJ" NORWOOD.Fcb.6thl33G. de 1:hmen.s Wcle sent out pn the Lath to .ur:lie .- Adjutant G u: m1.

;; a) 4w 'JC1.DTAY1 i.1 Tdlibmco Januarflst 1W1.:/ VTtf. .*... 2(> Gw .. 4_H UJ11rt UQ.rl: wl.l rL "nk.: :LjqnapL C vi.' J..s. Lmi, <&.!>. .

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,_ the eastern or' SL ndre".nay,;, : St aftf'Stm 1te mllJ" Wii
;---- -- -"--"- --- i n toree. But until an Betlon ;s had by the PrcslJcnt ongrtsS, rm rt Yt l
; : of the' gistative Council I in o orgmislton: df Independent' Volunteer R'gjme-nts can take i ilace. ns' woiv'd for that purpose was read the r81,.. 0 'I I'for B thin! reading on to.m rr( w. '" .- cf'tnr"I a

3' Proceedings p 'rlle InlyIegal reliance for Ihe prt' enl, must. bean th laws drafted t hid time and passed : ordered that thetule be ,8S On motion of mrDu'v l, n'btI I e tititd "
as AiI
t [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] iL i maybe or \'olunteeroliiitia the 1'1 nsure of, wiUs the council such exp to anatory pass. I and entertain aiding the OpiD-, set forth. : I nomad" nu act to incorpora.to the ';.e'lltru) n"Qk r

: Mf. Btotit l (ficr( the tuiiowing resohiltious i 1 iotl unl; tI.e Governor & Cunei tlrc nit possessed of.authotity to tr. MiCants presented the petition of'Jnmes' .t. du, W1U postponed and made th ) order r th "

: Ur.SQI.\D, That u sell'ct committee be nppointcd \\'iih I enact iaws, by bleb' to plectg Ihemoncy and resources consJd of the, ration gen- bert and others, 'atiri6t' to d (ferry nc-ross the to-morrow. I l Jar
I e rat g"It'elnment. 1 he law novubrnzti: d fur my which rend and reCeared to the A hilt entitled, I An act to t
r instruf'tiol1i to c'xamine: 011 the acts of the Lcgh11I1! I IS uf that charnc er and under this new of the case, it would note river was nn end tbA Cb :
.4 j Council ill rc1ntion to the elcction and appoilltlllcllt of 1 I b possible for me to issiL connilsi'ns uneJ.'r i.jOHN i. thc State or the Territory. Union Bunk of Florida." \us again read aod ordJ t

L militia ofliccs nnd nsccrttlin in what manner tIny CUllflil't H. EATON Mr. DiUwn.or Jackson presenter the petition of n th.rd reading on to-morrow. ,

9;.. with the acts of Congress, for the government 0 fl'l'CI.It. \"hi'hV3S read : when r1 molkin or z1r. Huval the I cl L. Solomon, which was rEnd und referred to the The house I hen adjourned un tilo-mQrow ,

4 .' titor\ of Florfh.- fUrlhf'r COIIidtfltti0fl i of said rncsago and the iII therein ory committee.Mr. 11 o'clock. ao r,. )I

i..1 c niSOL'.CD, Thnt the saul commillee he instructed to fl.fl'rre to was postpone until to morrow. Blount from the Judiciary committee, 8S Friday, 29. j

f', p inqllirn hcthl'r tl1clection: of nil ofliccr buth ci\'il and The House then adjourned until to.morrow nt 11 bf said committee, rtported unfav9urnbly upon the The house met Janrlar

miliwr\, ,'xceptthe GU\'C'rnor und Sel.'ret1r.Cf. the 1titory \... o'clock. ing bills : ing present, the journal ofyest' luurnmenll quor 1

r. ,-the Judges of the SUH'rior; Cowls! JIlStiC( : of the Tuesday, January: 26. tA bill entitled, U An Act to repeal an net therein read. .,," t

j. :F Pcice, I\cqcrs (,f the ruLlic Archives und Btigdier The House me', pursuant to ndjomnmcnt, a quorum tioned." mr. Berthelot pursuant to pre1 ious notice

Genlr: docs not belong to the people, by virtue of the t bf'ing prescnl, the Journal ycsterday's proccediugs was A bill entitled, An Act for the relief of tiled leave to introduce n bill entitled, An asked a t clat

acts 01 Con "ct.. r ead. Freshw8ter," and & change the term3 of the Supe 'ior Courts for act t Gt

HJSOI.\.C', wrhat sniti con"iUec be instnll'lf'l to inquire l'oIr. Tabor gnvn Ilotir.e that he will 011 some future day A hill entitle, An Act to alter and amend on District. of Florida," which was read und the I

into the Illo-\t dlici'nl( mUIIl'r: ..I' oraniziug till' i ltrndut'e a bill authorizing \\'illiam 1\1. Loflin to establish ing n lien to mechanics in certain cases," which Judiciary committee. rererred t CIAJ

I militia uf the ''nitory, UluJ that so much If the illIllInll :}! a (t'ny neross the ea-tcrn; arlll, or St. \ndrcws Bar.tr. WES concurred in by the House.1tr. mr. Tubor gave notice that be on )

1; rnclgc: uf the Go\'C'rnnr arJ the SPECIAL t1Pag" of I Jlanlins gave notice that he will nc some future Morton ibm the cOlllluiUee on the State ask leave to introduce a bill to he wi some" futu AJ1j

l' 4. the 1 lib inst. a rc1.ltcs to tht organization uf the militia! I day Illtroduce it hill to he cntiikd An Act 10 amend the Tenitory to whom was referred 'he petition of alter and change the time of entiled. t

: I be rcfl'lTcJ to the said cnnnittcC.'hidi ; several n"s incoqlJralin the Vhipoln Canal Company." BarLrr, rcporte a bin entitled, .1 An Act to Washington county." holing caunty COUlt

,. ,ir '' was read allc1lai OJ the tahle until to.morrow. Mr. l\l'ant pursuant tn notice heretofore given. asked Jared P. Barber to estabHoh a ferry across the Ste fir. Dennis asked obtaine 1 leave cr

r+ 1\11'. Brown of ColumLia, oiIrcd the following rC51olutions H1J ohtained leave tu introduce t hill entitled "An Act river," which was read bv the title, and ordered for noticethe rule being Dnc waived for t hat without prt It tictb
purpose} (
to ;
If act to amend :10 act 10 ruse revenue I
amendatory un cond reading on to-morrow. : entitled An
bi act to repeat oct
:,: \\1LtRCAS no apprnpriation c; land has heen inndc for (for i the Tritory!; of Florid.I, pissed; February Olh 1832. Also a bill entitled, ., Au net 10 incorporate the Siight to establish ferry nn the to autho e J:

j A the ('fl'eliun of puislic Liik1itig in the County of CaIunbia amid for othel purposes," winch was read and referred to eula Stenm Saw-mill compauy," which vas rend und for other purposes,"I \hich 01 read Okfocknee and: tbS

i ,.: in ihis Tl.'uitorallll it \\\11{ ht mino.s to the [H'ltllei tlw ('ornmiltl'I' on l4'inaniP. title and ordered ler a ecuud n.adilll on ,. a second: nmding On tomorrow.mr. \a: ordere f f o

i i cf sail1 Cotttny. u(. ;t1o Lty laxalion :5'h stun us will be Also a hill entitled An Act to amend nn act to prevent 'otr. \\rJod from the commiUee on Ballk to I Jobusoum notice that 81yc

: 4. J1Cl'eosary tor hut purpose. '1 helefore) j the fuluro migratilln of Free Negroes or l\IulJattoes into same had been rcerred, reported without I n" to introduce gave a ( the e relief will on loJorro'lk

1 q: ltrso1.VEI), That tl1 Dcleate in Congress be rf'Cuestif" :. this Territory and for other purp'ses, passed F'ebruaiy 7thI bill clltitlc, An act to t1lnel1d an act to cillcd into the hil fr of "i j"
: the G
.- I (iii: h. llo'e Ills m.crtiolls% tu ohtain Ihe )\SIC of all ad of1 1 I 1832,". which was read and referred ::0 the Judiciary Central Bank of Florida," which was read the llcH mr. :Brown Jackson scrv'co n United Stalel. 0
d the
' l': COnp'il'; s. .ctJ'horizin Ihe CClinty Colirt of said 1"otinty! COlllllllltee.I I I i I j I time( and made thc order of the clay for ItLSOLED. That tf the uf r in following reolut '

,,:, to l'l'rolH1ate) n section of land \(1 said Co II lit)'. and OIS- l\1r. Blount presented the pl'litirm of H. mJ W. King i twenty-five copies lire ordered to be printed. t" hs: exertions Delegate greu be reqUtled
-4 4. P(>' CI f thl' same fir that pnrpol. &1:0. prayuig tlmt tlw) steam lJoat Florida may be exempt Also a bilL entitled "An act to an1l'nd the Char givimig r'II\tu the of Jackson prcur'' p.t"Sie of a I. BeII

'! "'hich: was rcad and laid UII the tahle until to-morro\\) from the pa.ml'nt of pilnt.lge Over 'toO( bar of Sr. Johns I the Union Batik of Florida," which was read by : tlw hirgislative county Cmtiucil.JtiSOLVED an additional memnlr i. II

. ;. 1\r. H'l\\'ldrls from the committec on l nrlmcllts Ie- l''er ; hiCk was reflired tu he l.'JlUmittee on the State aud ordered for a second reading on to-morrow
,,'. ported itS correctly Emolcd : of the Territory. copies are orded to be punted.Nr. That a copy or th foregoing rpsoluthub) m
h.An Act t tu the sc\'cral Brown uf Jadtson offcred the resolu- duly (;e litcd and forwarded 10 he Hon : UI
(. '0jICIflCfltZLl acts, organizing 1\Ir. r"llo\\'il1"r Bcrthelot (rum the committee on Internal l
;j the wililia of the uf f Florida." tlOns I :1. \III''e. p
Tcnitury : meats, to whom said bill had been referred, reported : Which
An Ad te' anize the 1'atUtbassec Guart1" and 1tLSOI.VED That the he was read nndlaid on tIe n:
or : : Dclqofe Ill Congress rcqne.tcd out anH'mlmellts a bill entitled An 1Le.m
ill: to ; I I lm
j ., 0' h \n Act for the SCUIClI1l'Ut of certain claims thereill6tatc.I to liSt his cXlntiulI tll pro.urn I 1If esta"lishment of a thc Atlantic and Gulf or l\lexico Rail Road ; RIsoLvEv 1 ; kinl' otrered the folo\ing resolution, G

t -4 ," :tl u a Post OlJ) c'( iu Wchh\'illf', ill tit) County of Jackson ; alsua which was read use second time and made the : 1 ha 1 select con litee be appointed t 1

I u HCl'iohtioli'l'"till in tlw'ot'r of Ihe Tcrritory hit'e rcnl\\'al or h.eXl'rtiJUs tf I'rwure the estahlishmenl of the day \\\dncsday the 3d of I inquire amid mali report 1)1 the ctrtain information tegl
: February next, orlh. )
; ,. tight at! I tllf> I 1I P.t itl( l'al I dl"'I fIll I to ellrlol :e OIl their I t bal.t I. a 111:111 rCl1lll', Irom (alllllldLon Flvrida, to 1\lonticellu, ordered to be printed.Ir. i icopies hou.u and of thc cOiulry, of the particular causes gle1

: : lots 'Stall:' or 'X t H) S.t'( 11:00 ce'; t.lin AlahlIna.H : llawl\ from the committee 011 Enrolmenl \Var-oI the manner in which it has:been cond. e1J

"H'SUlltiIlIlS: :1IJ\h'Jlizill!. :1 t ltcL, ('omnliIlI'P to pur- 1ot.VP.U: Tlut a cqw"r the (lir( oing resolution b- as correctly Eurolp, : i ied eil, of thJ vnrWUi OC'urcrC: ( : therein, of which certin

.- I I. chse I ;lid I ,I': IihUtt I fill :ucoiit o1 I I I11t 1 11't'T1I11I y,4 all the I: oi'lild! hy I 1111: Ireiden .1(111 l'Ilipf, CII'-' 01 this Legisl.l.t \n act to authorize he guanlian: or tutor of the 1':Ud correct infJrmaliur( ; 'un he) .)btitifled-Ot the forces t

. .' Iifli. Inll-f"I( :td: lhLl' of i"r I t Ciiit.jl lid Ii rded Ile I I ouourable 1\1. hitherto engaged therein, and ut hat plinl and of
1 t' : t i IIIll.II'l! C.'lltS I w tr 1 ?all'' ia 11 I.% ( a trwi to : Joseph heirs of J'IJene; FGlltenals I'.mll Ylla ro sell nud : the
II I .J'dh11thlI:...(.:' \\liiIe. the real : ,necessary force I.) be cmployc: leeatlr-of the proba.I .
estate uf the s.iid heir wilhin this Term
', : C1t(1:! :( l. u An.t t :1\1111 J z" th! ,' ('11.11111'011'1 \\ 1111,11 W.IS rl."Jan.1 laid Oil tIIC' tahh) untit tn.rriorro/ All act hJ amend act fl1tilecJ, ilnry.. I.I Lie fil'ce and resouirc's of the ]u .& of the expo3e.ilrcaily b
; :
1 ( nf I': (:I1lItL.1 ('011111 r t.t :,.Imit '10 "rub.II' :;,. Ia-I \'III aile \11'. I JJawliillS I; (fOIll I lilt cot ii III it tCe Oil Eurolillenis repur- past4 and! depn'u.tions on lands within an thc lrl I I'C inrtzrrt'd, UII the probable ;amount to be bercafteriitlrrCd 1 b

teslalllt'ut of .\2Ilouio Y.1t n', nit! (It.t''a-I," \\tl. Jl l.td I J I tt'd as COHl'I'lly Emoll'el; : die Tcn itory of 1'101 ilia." and all other uicrul inlurmatinn fur this Ocr

: t sec'Jlai tllllC ;1I1d t'hh'rct1I, 11 ll1l11t1u tdlll; );; oil tU'lUllr.1 I u11 .\.t to prohibit the circuL.tion of incendiary pub u All act to fix thc p1icm of holding the tile SlJp'' I 'he Plhlie iQrelatioI 10 she \ or prosuton.tich : e'U'
JL. )" licalion1'\" 1 \\ WitS r'ad : Oi his Iutio 1 the rule was waived (
eUIJUty cuurts in Hud for the ofI.lchua.." : ,
u" A hlll (!'Z1td'd! I' .4.1 ,\(.I !Ol' Iiit') relief of PHIIIl'Cor- I :' .\ IId' t nr-Iuizf: a HI' idi'nt ill the county of Co. A lid resolution fllun'y J md siitl IOhI1IiOfl %'fllS. passed ; messu. hawkins, lor.

A I >'; IiUCl\'. ti1 1. I.'Oll {.'.cllll1l:1"OI" 1II1J1101l. 01 t. 1111'. Uuv.d' IlIud.ia( to la' catil' Ihe 12111 HI'.i'IH. Ill." 01 Coim2re.it cd rtqmieStitig the D.llgatt" to get I till, l'Cants& Curritt amI .lohu.o i were [ on th thC

:' 1b)11o1l.d 1ncllllatil, ill unlt'r ot'ih! tlav; for 10 1111111'0\\', I' An Adto al11l'l(1 all act (:lIlltled! an act to nll1eIHI an of lanel t fur 'i pas to give to" Columbia county It I I clect cOllliUcu (hem leby rcquirc.IhI (:. plomte I
I- COllllt
1 I.., .A jilJ".ntilkd.11 i ,\( t 10 aml'llil, :11:11- : ('Ulill'd it; at ('lIlillt all :11't 10 orranZI'! (' tllcrC"lIlalo tit,. milllil i of A bill clllitlnJ h purposes..J.n .\ I o l following :

h y; I :': net to aml'UI] au ael c.'u1itlt d :all :iC.t t I'i Cjr tIlIZf! a0i: 1"11. Ih fell lit'y of Florid.I, alld t 10 n jH.'al .111 ad passe 1st surlIIt: tllll aet to inctrporac" the I lEso.vED b. the L"isbti\'e! 'Jotinril of the Tcrritl U

, <: la e 1111' 'lIili1i:1: 4)t I' III Tt'l'Illory 41 FIIIcla, and to r'.I 'al day: uf F'\Jruar) I 83 2, aUII fir otlitr purposes.11 ." IJJ N'i 'Jf the Baliliing di'. \ Ilt'n Comnpaimy on motion .I'MI'wus ,III\cn: lounttlw up rr of Florid a, That the Dtdegale in Congress from Ibi, 1tl

. .. : L F :iti ;lCt 1)aSed the bt (jay; of t I'\rllary! 1 82; :lIld ror Clti1l'r J .-t to autlwrize( Thomas Cooper to c..tablish uI. L \ cut into COllllllittle of tIme whole thereon ill Tt'rritory l b(!, anc he is ht-rey rce nesled tn give renewed

I l ::' J urJIJS;(':( vas rcad 'he third iU1c and pI-cll: ; ur cu'u [I. err) :Le0s5 Ihe ESl'amhia; .n," and lime th'reil the committee : cr attention lu rcsolutiorii her tufurc adopted by the g

t It tllat t the wlu! be us t bd"nI't Ioi'i ii. I a' And to uiitlIoi IZt-lilt! gliardidJ or tutor of the rr.j.tlnr Iherefrolll I'ent reiortcd said lull with ros, uud mr. Legislative clulci or Florida, und reports: of commit. o

." JIi I : E\cclC'! the (; lrafllnitt'd the I Iiiii-c heir nmendments, nt former S.s ion. ir to the !
; ) n\'cl'Ilor 10 r of 0.11111.1 i. flu rcli dtrca.i'd! to sell the real I port was cOllcurred in hy Ilw IIoulco, and said bill I tll.reof regard cstabisb tt
.. Itj' l'1r clIlurd (:Iis Iri\lte Secretary the !ulJu\\'illr! I! I uf anolhe' District be
4 ; .' ) mco0 'I- CtiIe; of LImO aid h'Ir \\'Itilln this TNI itI/IY. thcs5coiid time and ordered for a third Terilory 10 caled te e
1 ; ) sic : {I leauinfl on I Appiachieola; District," and to Ih" !
1 hi
0' ; Ir3 I ; Jered: on ve&derday hy l\Ir. Blount, urge estuLlilhmlDf
EXECUTIYE:; J OFFICE, t.rain fl'ad ilud l\It-s"'srs: --x SUdl district as highly iar the interets and '
were ; ; atloltc'duu; Bliunt, Hawlil1 I bill entitled IccesalY
'I' net fir the rcJitf of Paul \
2.s1Ii Jau 1tG.:: I'C
\ prosperity the citiz'ns o! lid le and Vet Florid
oucl HurraH
; audl'Callls
11. To were
11t' L ( rluid appoinled on I
g. 01' (I ] : mick of Lf cn county, was talien! from the
.o... In rctu'lIinZlo; the C.unt'il tlJl' \1 to rli p\ Ilci'llclI' of Yolunl ,!! COll1l11illl'e I'l I qiiired hy aid wsolulitllJ:. the day, wilen on lIIotiun nr mr. l1awl\in I the House Thai the above resilution be duly cerlj5c

'i i H'crs in I his Irriirv. it LIJuu\'C:! 3lie III 1':1Jark, willa all. , t. 'IJ tllo l> whu l1a\'c paet d JI, that l {'ou..Jkr I lie 1'01"11111II, 11 I iurullian"I agai ii ft'a d ilnd a d cbpttd : ollle : pent T'I \ was read and laid on Ihf'table.mr. .
A ; wlwllv iUl"xp"' II' UI4 Leis.ai"n: for ill) bew'fit anti ntl\'aUrcUlCI committee rose, IHld Illr. IOllllt thcrct'rom reported .
-I 4' hill clltitled "' An .Ad HJwrls frm the on : re-
tit t 11t l1icUi 1 indilnab, in n li.'J'"II'e 10 mallCIS 'rhic,. alil'ct the ( to authorize the county court bill to the 11011:0 I .: '.; ith iHllt'lIdl1lCIIIS; Wllldl n'purt cotJuiUce Eno1cnr3 1I
\ li;. ))1UlJlic ill1trL' t, i h a\\'aY-'lIlJlel't1UHnh: The country alllIc should // of Elalllbia county to admit to prohate the last will amid I I greed to and (the rule being \aived) said bill as curretty EuroledAu I
was "
; t.c 1egi'1acl: l ( H'. ltshILilIeiit of AntonioTiIlivcrde leceased" read the act the relief of Pan M'Cormick or Leon
1/ was i the SceOflU alld thirl timn and jUSSed ordered that
idt"I' lioll
con :1IlanlJlril ranicd
} iS : by the Lt'hlatllrc third tulle and
1itsed : ordered that the title be above I
:: to r.li"cIn irl\l as I titit' he above teL frth.fhe )
pt.i..iIIs (lcsg'nlIC'd! I 10 ; pcld.lllt: i UiJlcnt I t as h
,.I, if VUlIlIlecltLe! t set trt1i. act to organize a county tc be called D..de coun.
"JiicI" iii w/! r'h. :1- WilY p/'llJably.! b'L' b:111 Huuse then adjourned until to-morrow -
''IItcndcd, :uc i Itt lie c1iu.it hy z\&iltitttet. ., 11111e -Jaape IH111(, I A hill entitled! Au Act Ccr the relief of Paul \I'Corroick : 10 o'clocl\ and

I H: i j. prcsl'lrll'd) it i. ctjlIivac2it i lu a t1claralioll, that thc I ersousb : of Leoll County," wa. read the third time the : sa ,A n act II authorize Jucd( P. 3arbcr to tali5b! a
: 111)111"1111 ill i ll.c till -.hall h uiriittlers; or Illl' l:l' ilI'm: 10 I he ycaauil "
, J ': Jai..Ct1 ; ble311-(', 'III illcrCTlc'c 1 Ia:, rly fll i"e, Il.a: t Iho-e I'JlI v will i be i iii; ) S b.imig r.qtiir'l hyHSiI''. lk'i ilielot and Duvaliii Thursduy January 2. f rry across. the .St. ilarys' river.
; rcil-4 mHI! :ltlll1ltlc.d il110 llie CuIjIS, wIllihull 'UII-t.l'CllItl' ft.111L. .- I ( it.. pa-s.lge, t.ci ll' Yei; :President l\Inssr HcnlH.lntr The House A bill entitled, "' Aim act to ineorporte the P nslobI :

4, ? TJI: IH'h..li.hr I and prj er: alle.ls!, 1 mn 1101 PfClICd..r BlUlillr l t, B.-owu I of CUllll1llliil.I Bunilt.I i I I leIliil' IJawkills.I I I l1Ietl'ursliant 10 aijllurltmnemit a I I Saw Uil('ompaIY," was reli the third lime and

:, 1otll11e-s IU"'ul1'n\j.! 'i'1l': tClIlIlien 1 ,.eleted :1Ic11HUIICc\: may I\.1' 31JO :! I lJiggilbolhalll I ; hinter I .''ohllon, Kcnal1, 1\I'C.1IIt, 1'1'. smug LreCm1t the Journal of yesterday's proceedings I I ; ordt'Ted that the title he m hdire talcd.;
\ C l'!i'il'lIt0111.v, aill! gatallt 111ell. nlld ,'apI'-'I 10 i read.
..' : tt1c 1puii t t'IIl'"l' 11tt' iii1i u.d It'pjll .ih'e Il'II"', or lellhr.;; III I I! \\'JI, "lor lon, Ilalllse.\; Wa1lier and \\od-17. Nays IIII' Blo"nt notice that he will The ljlo\in I.I: were postpcnd and made the order
;. Jh.firM. 11c, ri i. u-co! 1tt'ziiiitiit. nut iI, it jlhl l' 10 1 11.(' rC"1 01)! ,he :1eSsi rs. Bro\\11 of .Jadisol1. Duval; Iaclln alill TaIJor-4. gave on to-morrow the day fir Muztd.iy.
" clIJ1lml1li: :o ('LI'' t\ lawlt('h ( flllr I. .sn leave to irltroduce i1 Jill 10 aUllWllze the guardian of A bill U In-
'\ ,f y I.4CC 10 I.l'r-oll", ri. hl said bill is pllssed : orucflJ: that the tile: uc as before entitlet'', uu act to incorp9rate the Florida
.mJu'ril\: ,11111 pi ivit'es! whieh olw's'! 1111:1.t With i'jual I I r'p' ,el.\ sct fi" thoA minor heirs of Thomas deceased, 10 setl their azice and
\ '. 1 by: caitl1: ui J '1'1\1 :nnh"rj"e the 'al"ill II'' II I (srganIlI: a \'01111Jc.J' estate \ ithin this 1'erritCHY.mI' HUking (:Oiflltuiye"A .
f\JI''c l'IJt'rt4111, P111t:"IsiuJ to -t'J. ct JiTie", i. wilil/U lile I bill enlitlp. U .An A: t to :Hllhorize the guardian or IJill cntilild h.1 act 10 amenl nn art to incorporte
.:\ "atie 4',,1' "P.llllpl'allicf ; Lul to l1dcle] the IrU..Ip.. .j'Ly I.y I tlltor (Jf f the IlIillM best tlf Jarl'n; FUlltcllal.i and Ylla, to llunia gaVe notice that he will on some future I Central Bank or Florida," and
',:: : ) .";I li i in e:1. Clll11: : lu 1 J'lr l'cr '11". h alnt': her 411 clilc'I1I1: I l'idlllllli ask leave tu introduce a bill to be entitled, An A bill entitled of
iipl) (! or Ihl' It.,1 I -tatt; ( of snd Jl'il within this aim net to nmci d the charter tD
impft :1\1! : :.rallc r, aIJ4i ;tnu.ds: 10 mII-: ci'i"l'Ijn..t nnllJJ .,C I change the time of holding the Spring term uf the Bank "
t"H1Il\2ai1l1.! TIc Tt'llilflry. Was P ild Ilw tlauel illllt' HUe i iIhal of Fbi i ida.
; : or l' \\'lIuh! opell tllc tie d II ::s IIlllch wurth :11111 pUt-seJ ordered of'the UuvtI."
l.1 nci ii. :10 eoii .. CCIJ f'lt'ill' ; tilt' oilier, eids tu dus' the door uf I ; (hi' title he ilS Iwfillc -ci liJllh court county or The HUlie then adjourned until to.r lorrow morning eleven
: ('ttJ13. elfl'OI, I)) {";dnJq: ftU:1I: the rtI.s:, ,1i1)C i'.0 flilIt I b\' lI-1 :,111 ('111111..1..: A'I .\1'1 lo Jh the place of the mr. hawkins IIlrsUmtlt 10 prcviou notice asked and .
i i .IJ.U4l tit i \ J !d I 1 "J ;: j, IJ '" 'la 1IITICIs uf such j;er (,II' n'wih: Ii1ding taimied leave tu illlmducn a bill ('lItitled, h Au act 10
,.' .. SIIII:1) iur :iil(1! CIIIIIII (:ullls ill amid ; Saturday January 30.
b' d'_4'd \ jib c''Ii ...1. !:,(1 ::01'.'e. I )r 1,1' the t'OLIllt) of tI.CIiii .& ,
I t an act I 10 ill'mpornle a : called The St.
.. ,.:, Atiht'r! o)!' C''d\2; til1'e'llJl1'I'l' n\; i' c t'rl11 . \\"ulli." :1 Jl':11.; : i.Jlll,UI.ll:r i1.c: rU\.tJJ1o.!; tll.wil'I. } : Yl1II' I'I" I 1tw 1 'll.. ill: i'' l IJd.Jlo :0.1'1 lintle.( timid t 1I11'IIIa Calla I t'Olllpall) 1)aSed tho 3d present the journal of yestere ay's procccdiob"

- .. Ira Et1t 1 10h, m.t1 4. SuI'.. t2iv4 IIt I.i. '.1 IS (\IgniiI; : aulwl ly IS gi'ii HI 1...'\C II A hiii I ('III.tilled11 AI.t t t to rai"'J I a HcgiilH'ut or Yollln.Il't'l I Fibu u"ry 18&2." hidl W.lS read by the title and \ .
- y.1IHl'crl'. fllr a vie i tilt J IIdiriar
.I = mmJ.I'I; l tl.l t : t'tIlllliltt e.
# li'idy is i11 ltif.; and b.tev.d, i:,:., ibe, : 'allier,(Ii,till '1r.l'l':1)11: iJ i : II' this l't.rinry., "' it tllllll d Hjl'lIt'J; Ly the Govr-I 011 molioll or) Blouiiit On motion of mI' ULval mcssr Smith and Downing

i r. lUlllh:1.f'JlIJ.] ..' ;..1'I.''. 'I.j 1wl pn',0: ,. H.II't !dill',I (si I I.c: : L;():', WIS: 1..I.clI lip liultl :Iw flilll'; : : fit tile diy; lir IwonI I mI' mr. Iowiiing was : I odd, d to time militia conimiuce.mr. .
t tloft', yet l' 4' oItHIUl'lillty( IlIlhe) vithiutiv, I Itt' the CClltlllltte on the J udiciary: ; on FII1i1IH'e :
ur lilt. ; ; on obtain- ;
tb:1.Io. ) CtUoLI % I id'rall"lIr I I BIIJIJllt 1I111\'t'd; t thaI the li1l rhlier Tabor pursuant tu notice asked and
JilUil previous
le :ei'il.'l' tb. Jld lh'UUc.s; the Siiit itt.the Tel :
Il 'c: ily heo ul'r COllsidl'ra-j ; OIJ 1iuttritil 111II'r'vt'mcnts I
* k ttrwiatei.: 'I I tilm flf! said bill 1:1' IIIUdiilllf I ly po lpolled : thl leave to introduce n bill entitled, .. nn act to alter nnd
DurnIL.I.d & ohliliu'cJ
;.. TIll' (jur"ru; !;,' i1 tf .Jc l7nih i :'tflIc.!, CCI'.jllh. conr.ol dl'iiC uayst'i'lt; / ': n 1 (Plired Oil -aid IIwliuliI; oSr.. Ha'IIIS I 11I1' lave ithlut IH.\.joUf I the (lime of holding the county courts ill Wah-
n nntH.ttU: :'t. t '1. ; : I I tie (time I tll, 1I'ill 1"lr th.1t purpose wII'.J) to I tb''
:1mpa'u lllICJUl'Jlt)11; lie tI .uid 1)uvd Yeas I I
J." pl'ril whil'lI ; welt' :'. l'w i! l1l1;:. iIcSiI Hert.t'!iOi county, which was rend and ordered for a
t : 1, 1ta iUlj1l1 'l'1.c'al : I. {Lii ill t nlilll'i u ( Au :IC'I f I ili tdtli I tt
1:1o': l1l'clnly prove" j\'l', BIOIIII' l ion uu ncl I In esLaII :
O"I! :1. l rI.'IJ Urowil of Colu"hia., uuritt. Dermis, I i.i[ on iiet.mr. .
( If:1 i JI" : h', I t1l'sj ,.1 1' 1111' Hi'giuboth i 1londiy
t' 1 Gonllnl'na) \\JJ. Ill' fl'l'ut..h Ihl' of
,. 10 I ral ': piliitigt' for I IIIC 'i:. .Juhas': and
I : 'I'" IJa' <:4J1ct. ,' i I.. 'II'r \' nntl W'H\lr; : it ('3IHJJlt'IHII\lC I t' :1111. JUhUl'ilJlI, _K'lIal1: 1\I'I'ell'', it: CC fit S. 1\1' ...tI1 en I 11.01, ( Smith gaVf nOlipo that on Monda} he will aekle1
LC"II Ii ." j' silu HI\'us, Willdl; W: S read by the lilll' and rdi'rn'd
1r b. tl'h :11111 ; ad
fIUIJhl\\ Hi1II1
I. 111CJI'llIiui. thn '
TI.e 1.1. \ inlrullucc nd ILl
IC ]:0. 1101) }- t'YsJc' J : r:, Bruwn of tt n lull cntitled, uo :
to i-C d-: :"iH'tI Ih't a jljll i to i a i-c a tul cc but 1 111'; 1'ur 1I1U1J111' : DI1\'al JldCSOII'1 the cnllllllittee Oil the Statl.' O 'tllf} Tt'n i uryIIIr.
Ullf! <'I: ;,. 'I JJl List r I Ilawl\, 111II1t.1 1 'f..hlli.'allcr alld \ ( to the several acts relating to ,he lit of Fon-
LiC', \\ Iicli: cmalids a ef\'jcc uf :ix llawliJs li'mn the cUllllllitt.c 011 LIlIOJrnl'uls "
Z1OItliS. o fllOlilJ1l _
1 I 1'1't\'uill'd, and the further consideration .
iI .j\, eU1iuy_ .. P''d (If !JI crpt1ItJl1: niit; rt:1dih" sail bill is iiidt finitely po-tpolH'd. 01'1 1.:4 CUI fl.ctly Emoled : .mr Johuion Luruant to previou .10licu askedaflClob-
84 'j 'HC I. encc'un- An.. H'I. '.1&. .i'H'lIrnnr"h. ....> .t..... ,;". "r. i?....t.\ ......" : : .
HII'CIII\\'Ut'J.(tS (Jf l/l\H .\ -- n. A I; ': -
: dIJlt'r.1.c( as (0 11.t'i'il'c ; hut hill "lItlll-cI, Ail Art tll lHh\lId net --.J. 'J --I : : Il'avo tu 1'Iruduce (bill for neI
an to a r
I:' ioh"1 i I PW\'cllt I (
11'11 : w -Flonda, I "An act
10 William \. LtJilil I
pr.H'lIbt popullti'11 One tt !
;k j tir Ii vi' lhtssc \\ II I I l." tho are rc-q'jl,1 tolC.:1I''Jiane trcsopa- s md uppreduliolls (ilL lallcwilhin: the JUI iselic. ) 01: the m lila; uf Florid.I, (!ill J
rt ferry across the casie' of SI. AuurewI "
) 14 cd JUl' t.1ll'l tile ; i I'V22U1iS of f your first gtiierd I 1\\ ; HilI "U-I :1t I I (iou 01 the 'J'"rllory 01 Floli ida." was n .d the tllil'd tiuw Au ru nrlll Bay. I I thl U Il'c :liIH which was

flit' 1111mp.t! W lieu l.nt Call W.I- al'l'lll to Ic, met 1, Ihe pcopt'! are I whl'n (Iii molloll orIr.. Btlthdot the lIolJiC Wt'lit tact to iluthorizu the ('ounty court of (: ; :!: .J uliiciar; ( (( .
into cH1lit
\\"fJll'd tll:1 there j. :111\'tlrr h II and county l( admit tu probate the last will mind )
oc 01 mUle ))1111itc! l''iel' ('olll1uittt'C' of I the In il. tlit.i tcstazin' t
I mr.
Jt f I !.l' oij'r! : :1Jd: \': IlI1'Ji (tll''laWliulh,) made, t at whe Jt'J', I I herein ( (bii : tiller sOul lime spent Antollio YillanJc deceased," and I Uurit PUfUi'JI tu previous 1
; if I h ('ppr %'el or not, i here i. n I"ower in the Cfll1nrii' %oCClJllrl I I I all the CUllllllillet i ur, al.d MI.i BUirJtl; thl.'refrum, re11(11 Certain resolutions t .' I'uvl 10 intoc.lu' e i Liii! 1

4' Iifctt1It-C: : uhjet'l i'n",-Be it sli Who can, or las :1 rih! ,i'. ttcaloclally \, / ted bald bill Wllhuut alUclldllt \ hil'h repurt wns con- requel'ling the Delegate to usa t I (fix ahl timeof holding the !

: : (Ir ( )fltdCZ11lV oftllc \ icw, and iml'11I11'IS of Ih:' L"gisl.t-. I CUI Itd l fli IIY the IJClu .e aitd said hill WtlS read the third exertions to procure the tablishmcnt of II Post OtHc IVebbville I of DU\'al Counh'." rI
4 1t11! I kill.110'
C I Ii i i i.c.ut.gli flr \ and olher
Ifl' 10 rrr1i.nn,1,21, a t'cnc of.Itily liule ijid LurPoses.
pascu : UI dnld that Smith
tlw mr.
Ir title Le the
( IU 1flVCf ant? to I h. II JJ before set presi'utcd pre
of ibis
ill 111111.l.le Duval
I't'tiJ 'J'erriury: ) mimI from the select
my committee
s:;' ''I;. t.Ua1c:i of lItII, : ", ll'Q'Ill''I', azl I, 3\..' to olhl'r-) l p'Tlt11'tn ftc l1f I funh. (erred hill to whom was for die counties of St. Johns JI J
t.'. t1.cr rcqt'"ln'l': t.i t Ihlsu t Thc House then it entltltd, Aa net lu regulate the patrol his motion
'oltr now I c.lgc Ul1UtIlClS pet/Ilr/ adjourned lJutil to morrow ut : was referred to the
_,4- v ::wch Ilj'tI, J' tI.'U! 111uwn.. is 11 S' )"millcd, wlte ''H'r it i i'. in ..e ml1c 11 o'docl uU'rnmg the Territory or Florida," reported said hill tl the I tJ I the rf
? Ii ( f l" tital) ( c't.'w'nd' 1uretjuin'l, H'I v cc ofix Jnltnlhs from c Ill' and repel tcd unfavuurubly thereon : the House Terrlory. f
U. }Jiirtuin t f cllc C.01l1l11 .1, 1l hlll'd) TVedllesday, January 27 mr. 1)owniug utTered the
t r. < (f\ ice of but four from con ur ill said and said hill following
: l1Iotian
report of
/ on
:1I/I'r. (III" :1\111 mr.
:11! t iJr. RESOLVED
'anc '111111' :11,111 The 1I0USl I > 'rhit; n committee of
; her rll a IncinenI of met rI'U, 11 I tl
I'u I(lj oil I Ii ilielit, a Lcing Cants referred
n.tmileI1 the
44l : Uedl ('Illd anXICIV, nr.1111'11 quorum : to Judiciary ('ommittce. '
,; : .to : I II j" outht f.lr ill t thl'J I prl.'seut the jJul ual ot with' the E'ecuivu."r this
r. ta1e, of' I III S U 111'1:1. siiei J" ycslcrda) procecuiugs was A bill entitle, Au : se
I t act
dl..rl'l : I to
Fi 2.C3 1)1t) ol 1I:1\'C I c cl.ect1u organize a conuty to and ipeeies1 of sr
t: eri.barrn. d.I'H menns con
f mt\uIC-: t that at'l.ulI ,d1jelt 10 Le 'aITH'11 out icad.N called D.ldH county," was taken from the.rder of
Fpedi,"! J.f:1t llIlpIl11r11l! (",. 10 Iae 'u rxInuIJt': r. Dowuillg. the Im'mlH'r Jcet from the ori for up the murderous war now
( 1ljC If I hi' < "t',! 1 H''I"'Jr. I,red f\,1' IJd I ,; i county clay u meading, when on motion of lOr. .
hll ,
I 1. (
I orr' thc t I 0 Indu"e 11l'lItu I lis t r 1\1r. was qual- said hill was amended
1'ooUppOII. i. t 111:1110 I I no one disemmtiig threto( I
i llrll1 ) the hl Which !
le'.ong' of
: : } n Iii, d. illiel 1l.JlllllllJ. tll lalieJl Was read and the rule Qf
c.c.'l'il1.g.II ei''r oers.--J i i i. seat.Mr.
.. 1 il01 1'o! MIdi way have hel'lI the illlcntwn IIIg therefrom the seventh section : when said bill Ql f
I l Lp.eclI.I(f jI. 'r, IlII'rs, Lt1lJf the hhe C.I dully Joo: ed 'nle, it wJlI '. 11.1\\1111 S Ii inn the 'llajlJl ity moved n reconsidera- read the third limo and p:1ssed. ortcled that the title .and pnsed : ,messrd. :4'r: l
f h3' the field aztd staff and Duvnl
(t1l'Crs lion of'a were
lull appointed
: ar. tu t 11 t.'ccled lJt the crpiainstf eUlitlC'd11 Alt for .the relief of luul itS Ielire stated. c
4. com pall l' md nut hJ f howh,} '.0 untcer. II i isiut p .si. [1\I'Cor1uicl uf Leon n-It. Hunter ofT red the 'following I
t.lt'for jr ID I'ear IIIY oihr "onsln'clioll wllcn examined I ilJtdli-! County limissed 011 yesterday with A bill entitled, An net ::0 authorize Jnnd P. Which
gent pC'' (lns : md is ah.ofII'!", witll vie\\ uuph()!II: it before y the II vit\\ lu ulUeud the .i me, \\ ludJ f"UlilJl1 prevailed, und to eHublish a (l'rry across the t. '%lur.'IJ' riv was reud.und Itid, an the
reople, \lwul J hot that said bill i, rVns .
urge .SU'UClwn w1iiti phued thl' orllt'JS for ,
) evidetitly. us 1 believe anituig tu duy.liIl' thr second and third tune
it is incapable of l-e (the lrule.being waived
rin 8uI1 itt ;IbLed and oblamed I leavu without ) mr. Hmvkin3 from the ,committee
But Dail) let m" cnqllin', CID this LeisI.ture, ill of previousiltitice passed ; ordered 'ahut the litlt be os above ,stated_ Enroled
pursuance the as correctly
rule .
:4 tiny po\\.r lb) pose. orthi'e nn Ind'pcodDt'olunleer Regi- ( being that purpoe waived) tn il1troduc mr. 'Smith u member.cled flOm St. John Ia'An
: ; ThCfld No inte has a 1)111 Illitll'u, "Au Act tu nlllelld county, IIctJo incorporate the
4: n ngJII 10 nike war, tlr to keep tr"r iu I..c the scv, rill acts now iu pcared und on mol ion of ror. Downing "
,' field CXI'p1 ti.'eofwJr, of Wiuici' ('ozgre's nlone l'seir.g force I cltitiiig 10 roads, hmgin iIyH allll bli idgcs." which Wilt udmiuEd tcr take lila Heutill this House.' wos'quulified. ). 3 i
t; : aulhtriiytutIecare iI, mn atjuI1 (. Undercircuinstances 'pressing I 'ud hi tit! title and reJt red tu the committeo A. bjlI entitled, "Dn act to repeal
.. ou the On motion of
f4r fleecssisy MiiitIa! ; tie \litilia may lc called in1tpciv (Ii; but il U1u t Ilc as State of the Tc.ril.orv. mr. lliount, mr. Smith is added to ) : '. Wrght io establish n ferry
: '
ei'Iier draflcti '
or \ Until the Pre id'nt isn'ised.. committee ou the Judiciary Finance ;
on the
: ; Un
J hen they may be discharged or rcc'chellnnd jf re'eived can be z'ir. Tubor PUl8IJUllt to notice heretofore givt-n, asked oC the Territory amid on lniernal ; nndlCor tbcr porposes," was ;
: or&anisetU1der his authority aDd under the of und obtained Itave : ordard : ; n'1
acts CODgress nuwfr to introduce a bill entitled, \Q. Act A' bill ntitled 4u tblrd..r.eqdlJg., :
act to co..pon& f .i.uf. ;:r.
.- 'ry Lhorile WiUj m JI, Lofttjetabwb! a terry fOlI 3, -. '. o 'I... ,eo O." ..o_,: ., ._ : ,.". ._ _[i..IG'U

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-- militia. Why dhj the militia rorce 'r '. .,
| ma n on j j I Hon, whirl wns, that ihe Indians never intended the land side -- 'f' "fL'.d
the the by block-hoitaoi' and j tho .LLL.LL..jfir Iii- -
: opposite side of f. river, mere on i I
I spce.'tatnr.cor ; to make "t'lw-"I11' I
'tJOiitn.AN n resistuneo tIiiszideot (
the bndle 1Thts force i la esiimnied 500 the f" OB water by_jirrued vcsi* i>r boats, so as to brc.ik l'14LIST" ',

AQJBms men. No fault can certainly bo attributed.u ;j i,;! Peninsula! ; that I tbeii_ objeri.was.whi.* 'h in nil "p till.conilnunil'al. li .bf't "l'lm them and t ihese! -- ." _
) to i i probability, they have by I his lime .
\ 19.r Gen. Clinch, for he was accomplish.ed I Spanish fishermen and our i an.lv.iy Pi tlTUK bT.AIAllKS.AfcJUYKU .
. FEB. bravely tiuntlllu For I to lJl'glClf'S.
rniie io their obi -
t. bidnti pl.ic.s in thei'vcrclides
SA his reputation and his lile ; and tlmso \ hoi i I : ty may ker.p tip a petty \vtr with tu loir the -i

: of ,a'I'I Itla, \\ l.11 know Gen. Call and bis) high and ho. I ns they did in 1818, when (iC1i. I lieu 5 ) ears; as:;Powell, this celebrated Chief .F cb 4, Schr. Washington, Leeds, from New Orlean -
connive Jackson
Sil ('oml'nne routed them from Jldz to sundries.
t this put of Honda I insultingly: tJ| the Afient could ,t.
1'8" \\ for St. nor, will attribute none to Jut it i is obvious loa l3ortI I b
, line of mnrch to morrow /" -lo effect t.thls, und to murder und pillage; (IUI'frontier .I tune before hostilities commenced. Bjii.it.Sdir., IJrig Mary Cote, Williams, from Nsw Orleans
zbcir without
ke up emba.lc. for Tampa to preleridi i .g to censure, (arid we citizens I
will, they commenced Midden. 1
a berC they would not do thai on our own knowledge and I II Very Respectfully. ,_ your obedient (I\'nJlt, I LngrargAllen, from Boston, K'.E. Rum to
iiark. wellCalf present ait.icks sm.ill the I II Master.G .
They ore by paitins, on
there. \V.
,L die trOOPS already I of facts.) bat, had the \\hole force there I whole Ahu-hua settlement which! enabled WYATT.FLORIDA. I If. 8. Revenue Cutter Dallas Grc :n, fm Tampa.
oIdiereppea1Once ,
,oi and make a very collected gone into action the defeat of the !I I II I Sehr. Patriot, Uurgess from .
nd rqUippCd. thom to athiT and dnvo oft'to the oilier -idr I I I Tatupi.SiJi _
ztcd under the .-The spirit in favor of Florida is II from llnJ _
I They go com- Indians would in all probability have been i of \YithIaroochec I r. rnorc. _
Colonel Read- decisive and ; the laryc stocks of h horses on the increase. At the Hlt'clingfMom l !. I I, Sf-hr. lluzurio,J>car&, from Tampa B:lut. _
an' more perhaps the } 1. _
0f Gcnefl'1 1 campaign terminated. ('a I till I ;, md hogs, that abound i in those settlements. last: I, mm h enthiisiasrn: I 10 "linj: bid lira Holmes from AJobibt in 'a.last.

rjlDd. commands: the Leon Yolun- At nil events, it would have; been I befoie) it wi> possible lor a lot ce hec.ime) kindled prevailed, and which b.cIr.' \l-trthu, LSaktr from Tampa, UallosL.

raptalll Searcy. the TallnhnssecCaptstn seen$ that the foice( employed was siifhcimt for I to bo gotten into the field I to no ordinary degree, by sev- ; 12 Bra1&tlns, Ixcrinalh, from Live'pc 01 Rail Iron
Thompson, I to meet them ton er.il eloquent Bill need II fI
the conjuncture. Insiend ol the' speeches. what our Crig linogcne Gillj-atnck from 1 umpa Ballast

J"Piri.. Tnluin, the Leon MilitiaCap" I im-mis, if I there 1 is not providing I. -treat wiih nil iheir families, sloe I, &c. I. the I lelloxi! citizens, of any farther impulse, th-m I Scl r Trccuuiu Uhner from l'ampa Ballast. I

GU1 Volunteers-Cant. Hecessary any censure at Copo and e\'I'rhuJc-I:, by rrossing) .the head !: that naiurally occasioned ihe CLEARED, .
SbW the Gadsden all upon the Government, it is ihrt they have I I waters of the tjt. Johns, near \\ here it unites I Ii I the bare lacis; themselves. by existence cf I 1 10 Brig Monument Ed&too for New ('ork47Oba1a :
oluntce'i: and Captaintut been tot nd !l our country CO.LlII). i
Franklin profuse, oiiginnted measures here with Lake; iMacaeo I II I
the pishing tlu-jice illIlIg tin men in Florida
call Oconee
for thii1i Wilsui
IU.-On us that Li\"crpooI13J9 ba.lescolr.on
that the I i upon succor- I by
Jefferson -1 I I'Itla.o'csro circumstances at the lime did not belt III land that lies bulwren Lako andIndian h
that the Lyon:
d, to I I: ruthless Indian i is on their trick, devoting t : .
seem I '
i Hiver, until they finally get round to :I all he trcad on to desolation ruin and eold I / i. LMJ VAL.. who has retun ed to } .oridaJ .
acted nobly in the present j Cape Fl I uic'si:' nnd to their old celebrated hun blooded WAI. '
:A bis I i torture-(thai their fields are srr.okinj settle !hinBtlf permanently, ind K. (.. ALL
t LOVIsI" 'Iffiairs-Sevent.hve thousand [COM i:N I CAT ED.] I ting grounds between that p.H'! ( and Cape Sa I iu their ruins-;thai their, habitations lewd.: \. have associated themselves in me practice of .
t 1 of our To the Editor the ble. It arc I ti the Law. '1hf.y will office Tallahassee and '
rriis to defray of Savannah Georgian : I was necessary to break up all cOil : ed to the ground-that oflici Keep an at
our .
been appropriated gallant $ Si; Jui pbaud mil practice in Superior courtsin
d doIars have Sir- I have read with surprise, in the I munication between Tampa; Bay and the A- I I and brave soldiers 1 (
mother I
the Volunteers from I fathers and h> Ip- tueFiunKiinajicJiii CVInLlU u| LeonJertcisunGaUsdca J.scksonund
the (spenc of equipping Charleston: Courier of the Htl ultimo i an article I g -ncybilit every peaianres; :, ol adet'Tminj ICS chidrenkare! fulling' indiscriminate victims :I I the Court Appeals They pledge '. .

Private subscriptions for t the extracted from our, professing lo give au account j war held this I I II 'liciusclves to give strict ull uuMncsts !
State- was up on I trontiei I I line. Thislimy to the murderous attention to cou-
I tomahawk and
tut! \ mail In n large of thc battle I I of \\ ii lila lc IICUl7(. You announce I aflerted I scalping knife I fide t'i their management.February "\ M. !*. OUV AL.
:1lsoH'cn the I
have by of D.tde .1'J
mae aero Maj. anXod the .
purpose thai your i intelligence was received from UI). appeal has not been made in R. C. }.LLt
S3me hundred find fifiy legulars andour.tecrs I I and his troops; and the number of skirmishes vain-and 27tf
Ei jbt: questionable aullilil iiy ; and il, would seem that nl''Cr111 an appeal be made in I I3tli, 1836. '

amollnl under the command: of (icncrallift 1 |I your mlornntit have been engaged in the fight.. they had :i tid o flu red along I the whole oil \alli. when emanating from i-uttering humanity 1 IN- rue COUNT COURT OF L.EONReasaliicr 'OCSTT. 'i-

', !. New Orleans on the 3d insl lorTaTpaiind This may I have been the case ; but if it wcrejiis i this line Irom the ithlacooebee to the Atlantic and addressed to the inhabitants of New Or. lialsey! Jy Attachment. 1'1

now at lhi scene ofThe !I nerves must, b.ve; been in a diiicssing slaienfagi I I l diminishing I to I the wot, but incicasiD"C I le.Hls-lIt matter from what source the cry of I W.c.Kle ll. s III AssumpsiufQilJt t

arc probably; l.illnn, lor Hot t linghill I lie| 11I11..1( yppiHmr JCyrj to I the sontb-easl I as th'ir ri-t rI'ilI niovi.-d. distress !I ) tI '
will be assembled I,: may :iri-.e-w briber U be borne from : ilclelidant.Josrph and uU other pcrsi ns interested,
,cuun! force winch: have nealed in Ins nnaginaiioi: a Male ofIncis 1 j The batihlnch, e had: with them, fill the I the isles Greece across the Atlantic I I.JLV lit ala notice, that a vv fit of A .ucluneiit has t'Jt.
I wave-
few 1111)d:1! : exceed tvv I Ivc I lUllhac : so ditieieni from I the reality. \I \ilhl.K-ojchee i whirhIS three das after I or come from I 1.1"-11 Mit-iJ out ot the oifica of the Clerk jf the County :,,.(1.:
an ;i dismembered l I.lIIor
1 have no hesi-jiiion i III pionnuncing the h siaiement I, from I Court tl Leon m the utiovc stated case: they i ". ;
have not i tlw im-ans i of estithe j D.ide's ma-.sai-ic; and only about 12 niilf.s I. lhe .uunty JI
crcd n1t fl.iating '1'als.e; and uulbuuded, III every esseirial I par j i oppressed and struggling l rit'tidol. Texan "ii.ilicn.kiix-) 1 PI'car mid plead to tie declaration }.. f;.

number of trnoPs wllic'n will br lic.iil.ir.He j lower dU\\1I1111' fIenlS i no donl!t olllv1111 I emancipation; I sis now from the l lei tile tikd 11 said cu&o according to the term: < f the tilaluto "sLit "tf
( "
the command' of (Ji-neral I Scott on t I hand commence his narrative: I i by stating i ilia! |,jibe I seon'in' p.iilios rnibodn-t!, and vvhn: h :n'ledonthr I I pla: ns ol Flurldu-il: matters not[--let but the such caao irade and provided. I. ,

lionlier of the Seminuluialion "a bttiI tile same lime thai I the.I I K'egul.ir loops |I; I n-ar .uul 11,111101 tin- leiieat; ; which I I Ii cry of stitft ring I fall upon the ear of our citizvu JA.ULS.A. BERTHELOT Alton lor Pl'tflT., t;. Iti.t 1
Korthvrn and Eastern crossed i lhe I nver, i three I:t hundred ol'tJe niiiiii.i! volunteers i i mijihi; m D.proahiliiy.\ ; !ii\i; ; been nMiiakmicul ) I II -., and it iiplailmgiy touches chord in cy _

t. but suppose from the reports. fron'Georgia I'I't '.I II I 1 under leneal! ; I C.s II cursed iu, Hie same: : |I alld (ill' .) our loires, !iiad! the e.xju ihlion j jio [ IJ .1Itthut vibrates the deepest a sympathy.j evcry -. _Feb.IUtL_hTaicT-Ltos_J Iti36.__27-3m____SUF..UIOR___. .o' I:1 .''
and South Carolim:,, t1.111_ amount I. place. The fAehood: of I ilns I assertion c.in be !| I I tlmVnhjr I i i her ::iid battle I t been mand I 1 j: : : is as should be-and ilm of in TTCS- I$4'd ,
proved by all that I occasion i eye patrij Willis, } Summons tutrtspinde-.iduin
cni I
I > on
pie have you I II '
I ,,0 at Last 1 two thousand strong.. If the savacshave 1 I informant, ,nd musi 1 have been 1 known h., Jmn to .!::4': !piopiily! I I dn,1 liinio i t t boucver ol I proper !;j. oiisi.-i would m vain search for a finer spccta-: I vs lass cw Ik: cat up< n premitesYuunz '

I t Wit. ahcady mudc their escape to the t,I J have 1 Il'CI.1l111olrtleti. The -tIC.11Ias; deep ai.d ,j plan- ;flu dicipime, this favorable: moment pas- j Clt un winch to dwell, than the assemblages ot I. JohnscH. Damaget 1:200. ''..'11 1' !
F b. lltk 1836
.najtimentissued ;
-r-'lad"1U\ he Southern )poition of the Pcuwuli I! r;1 lid, and theie vere no oilier means of no: i h.g, : Sl'cI wIth ill) increase: uf our I Indim troubles, Ii i brave heal tO, generous and determined! minds, f Rilurnablt tuJpiil 'Itnn> laJ6 for '' .

; i !iau l il.t|;; alionied! by an I liidi.iu c.uoc: ftund at j j filly fold. I Ij I I which occasions of oppression[ and suffering I \ f.: i t
of JSzt.i4.
mnCJlrU.I'C' on a I
we _leiininalion : I Hie ;place. TillS WIS"tukell I possession; or by Keregular j! The E.I t 1 may be safe' when the Indians nil i iI j.I aai evesure to draw out among our citizens. TH1HE Defendant in said case, and all others inter- : "'

tileat in a 1 frw wt-rlxs I! i loop*. They commenced crossing ;.1.' 'm I I retire to I the CII pe.-Though 1 think I I onlv' for :; Such were the assemblages ol Saturday and I M, csltd will lake uuticc of the issuing ot uid writ )' ..

I sui.u-e' and JiJ HOI |iiii--ii. t.nlil eleven or "> fi, e, I a >hoit I t I Ii I '. The l II irres now I en I It-z HIIJS i II" J I j Monday last, convoked for the relief of our I si utlaclunellt and to appear and plead I 10 the dcclar- -, .4 !
'I cisck: dmm Uii. lime the! huitcmcn atit.n liiedm said u-corim-jto:: thes atute in suchcast .
; : Wl'I'I case
The EJjllrorli'l l'lIlclligl'ur.pr sn) s, I ihat :; ui the pre.-ont scoai{ ol( war will:! nut finully settle J i iunirillclJuntrymcn! in l'lunla.' I '4
g.ij ed in s'-vnn.iiiiig; tne i I horses i over, but' as I ihey I |I I IU..1JcanJ pros idd. '
bt' Jcarus, lJill u't i o i be cledlOlI or fluiers I could nol earn their guns wilh then., they IC- 1 those dillii ulliea; for it will L be impossible to )t. Ahead) we are told hUll rcd8 of volunteers J. D. WES 1 COTT, ) Att' /s for rDattclFcb. U' ,:: .,

follow the Indians; lo the Cape by laud, panic- i! have flocked the standard which thorn 1 C.ri.blLfLb5 :
i lo
tim iwluiitecis, His Excellency the Governor mained till this s-e! di i iv ing lhe horses acioss, and I waves 2hi t.
iy and wailing i I for the canoe-MI soon as I the I regular ularly nt I the approaching rainy i ea>on; and! it ;,! on viotoiy.. Under the guidance of skilful I J llthIE bJ6. ,
sed the iccommended"otlifoi
adJre troops ) .troops finished crossing, ihe voluniecis commenced I i io hardly piobable that: the pieseni expedition j j officers, and brave men, wiio have likewise I I itJiiCE.I1 : t .

"! the choice of other officers than: tho.-e and wi.eu nut mote than10. or 50 ul them t\ ill go to the Cape; as the v\hok nature (ii f the ; generously tendered their -erviecs, they are I I1 ']f' / subscribers having qualified as xecutors ,or ,, .1.'j'"

>H. thought proptto ehoi'l'he J t truth i is had gained I tlacoI'I'U.tc I ) hank: I lie a Li riii was given, ;I campaign will I have I to be somaterially; I I ch.iiijred willing tu forsake the cumfoils of their homes Octcacd. liiu last Lie will Gadsuen auc Lc.ULthl1tOtUOdttCy cou-ty, do her by Stephens noiiiy all i..

; Guv. Eaton mafle an ii tdJre>j?, but so far Iromilulutiiig I I the 'Indians I aie '.tInjIItr.C Al ihis I lime: General! I i I a new expedition, !.herefore to the Capo and j 1 and ihuir firesides, and march to the assistance j I purbunb having claims against the c&tal>r, to present "'f
Clinch with CP.nklliH and Col. Head of '
j lie cien drelined to exercise aniiidoulited the I those everglades, may not hi I looked fur sooner ; of those who would be otherwise doomed to i! itieui without delay duly auLtienLICaut. within the .. !:
Volunteersveie, on :he o])|>osile side a little below I i, time prescribed by law, or they will uc birred of re- 4
li;lu to detach fro m Ihojnutal R'gi- I lie ciossing ;place, and I on his side, all aclively \ I than AnguM or :ie; Umber.Should I all rile merciless horrors of savage barb srity' i cuveiy. J'1I .

Officer, a 1 Licut. Colonel and 21"Ijur engaged in a united ellori;. to construct abridge I the jrovernment wilhdww the troops I: -They go, accompanied wilh the ardent dei I All persons inJebted to the said estate, are request- ,1

of log<, in order lo cross the liver I wilh I I Irom the I I'rcl'nlL'at of"I; I ae c !II :i il CS, ihe heat wishes and deepest gratitude ;. cd iu wake iininediate puyincnUAl. -i'-,

;Conmlalld the U.ittahon. Does the Intelb- greater expedition." Tne logs were rolled into the I I Indians to the lYnin-nia nml not erect a of all ttitjr feibtw citizens-and God grant, 6.STEPHENS, 1 Ex'rs. 'L i

fencer thuk It is utsdlargilri: a duty vvhiih itcitiiucotninoii'onesty ;vaier: from the point of nn l island on the opposite I strong line ol defer-n; fioin the Gulf to tin: Atlantic that .they may be successlul in contributing to It.S. M.B. :s'rEPIIENS TJHENS, S x.'rx. .

; to the comminityto sides, roj >esveie attached lo than, :1111lJS:C toiliis I hfutiih and East of your fHilciiMMitsotiiiay I tile destruction of this infuriated horde of sav- Quincy, Feb. Stli 1830': 27-8w r..

:"bethus t'xcitill o" imfojnded jealousy a c;aiusi, 1 number side of of tl.e Ihe Volunteers nver. I was lo draw tnde.ivoiing one end with of ihe, a i I .\ : luck for auncuaiol I tho.-c !...diauiI : I! oltt'SlIh their: motley groups of nmaway nejioes t'L.IAL11IUN 1-Uil It.LI.N 1.llanialUn '. tf LI

of the Executive and I liist ** Indians I ia\i ery measure" puiJli"h- logs across I : I he.iul I lie :are com '
ing" from the ill ilns side of iheriver. i til lor .'I I I'IIII;. '!'hI'" hi-iuj ntru-k.I don i I..due.-thiltllacy will inthet upon the-n such I my, near 'Moiiticetlo, in Jertcrson co mty, will be (;"
u.cn rear on .
in circulation l 11,' my There HtI
.I!iig groundless reports put I r.iiicLl tue on liivorablc tera s.
No gu, h.ui; heen lieu i ii i 10 give i Lie alarm, the lYniiiMii.i, Jlltll\IIIt\. our >!tciK( <:- ,. I p u.i-lureiit as their lawless und inhuman con- enaiiing year clt ned land piepirtd for cul- tt tl1 I
W whose bubiucss i is to fun the fldincsof J I j.m aOout 5ioO() acics of
: only
and believing the CIlt.'III'JS. coming in my icar, i iI I l:.-ss >,illalihll'iil niot t :1.111:111r11II1I t alt i iI L.'U'l lO''III;. I nvanoForsae: alsj laOU bushels ot Corn, ami r' fI

discord; and Ihit, at a time, too, when har.itlr.pnJ I commenced fill Jillg.; ) line i to live i the I ait-icl.I i I !.'ad 1 [lila"IIJf'; jinitie.-; I -nn oVri-Ji-dly" if'; \\e It-el confident that thi will prove ;hc Guu'J; "t.U Cane. For tenus ,apply at Uilla to .r". .

confidence should. prevail,.and \ ben from thai quarter ; a l few moments after, I the III i idians j I! ho. opinion theii'f.-re, ''h.il tlie (;t v-nnii'iit; rxpi/ing iight j (it( this internal hDrdc--u that: Ut I JUliN JJLI1LAMY.I ; uiDL
wcr- seen al 1 lhe curve of I the nver on I the; j Fib i 13: IS3G. 27 tw _ i. )I
iUTy :uod and puiiioJie citi'/en ou;ht to snpnontheiiKasurts ;'shouljj eiert a i-iiooi.: ,;: "t f blo k-u'iiis.-.<, nutciiaU which they hive: been so long coilceli. !
I Cll'l'lsill'llalll"l : ;uvancing! I lo Jire i at the men on :i I I I ,\ :; DISTRICT-LEUX CCU.NTI auFEmoa. COURT f'
Jitlopied to repel the savage this side ; (the Vnlunteers were pi cpu s Cd l to itt '&ve I I f (coil, the \\ ihiarno.-bi-r.: by tin: \. iy of:1 1I \ cI .,g, and :no now hurling upon the devoted J"II..I l. 'ickin, \ buiuiuons ad rcoiJouJend ius .. 4

w.cvenjslioulu they iut: be, in his view, the them, and :he I Indians lieu alter the lirst fiie i icaving !:I I: ;'I!\CI', anti 1'irol.ily I : to somtf! iut s(.Ui;'II of'',i heads ol our countrymen in Florida, must i bo I, \' I Trtsuassou) the catu upon prerai- (;.

best. i sev eial I of their number dead on i lhe lield ; aller I- :J: Ao: ;u&tine.! The block IIOM.M > 10 he 2j; !tii!!-s i soon spent--that their ammunition soon will be : }'.. ;'; .,'*uUt.1I. % ses-la.iages S;;)uu. 1836. r.i: II
I !S1tclJan,2ht
,, cry _ this i tie aliack I waf made on the reguhir I i II hillS, !| Jipait f, &: garrisiMied: wish; i:5 <(oottnti l5! njtii-; : xhuKjlefJ--their strength and desperate force I (Relunublc itachtnent lu Jprii ttrir., IdJti fur ', ,Ii

lor a few moments there! uas a nri.U tiring he.trd, I'I ted men <:.u:h-;hc foot ..en {u sift ss: ij.trJtthii1t =, i.i'ich tlilllilli I l1Cd. \\ ilh them the d,&y of.! 1 j $i UU. f.- '

JliaJ Qifl TOUT DIIASC, Jan. lltti, 183G. nines, when il a..am commenced.! The VollJlII I vengeance I ,
uid writ
I f up a daily I rommuiiic.iti ahl,2' tIll !: not a drop American blood has been wantonly f .rL t-sted will take l IHKICC 01 tile issuiugcf t
(?!itT The Bti Geiifial commanding the leers con'.iniicd! lo cross I crossed mystll'! I tJectra- i.
: during hl
and I 1
}o. 2O. t roujMn Fbi ida, has I.e. saistactitri the light-but it was i e.iily over in-line; I :.nived I I who'n: line, so a< in the rve.-ni nl Indhns In-inj; I I II Iin I =l'llllIIhe'IlI I hut at I lhe point of the hay-j j i ol iui...lil:.t* 'I.uncut m suiil aiu ca:lOPI'Ci.l'o atco&dinj 1.0 plead the suitu U lI. such ur: < I

: rlnDorictng: iu jjje 1 roo's, under ln command: at the Meld, I found, the Vulnnteeis jtulicionsly <: the nei bboihuoil. alll"'tll| !; lo cio.-s le!: ;; UIII'lIIIl'Y11; be called; upon 10 alone (for. T" j! case ouuio ;tlt.l provided. J. '. \\'t.SiJf'1'jr. t, _.L

enure tpprolia ion cf ihe til mness and gallantry posied ill luosiioil! lines; : one above and .ne he j jl )i line, may he nnmcdlali: .1} di-eoii-ied; ami .in those who have generously resolved to emI! k j jtor ,I 1JI'c.1: .I..i,. .bl 1 '311 24:1", \lI.'Y _ioi-.t1t'Lti_ .' f.
Wed by ihe Bat alion of. ul ol ih'ewida .
t.c; Rcgiuun. -
I l,ivv ihe I with I flank I :id, Icier dr.iun 11"II1I111u) Itttu to of Flonda we add' Go- J Dt.S 'UI'I.R'UII OOUKT.Assiuupsit :
hllcJi ,
voluateers! composed f Cap'.s Be lamy's i crossing ji..ice' I 01 e re>lug onthw I I 'qnaie j jI the prottclion I j"I,1)I.1 u'3 1 ,1 r.-\.A1J ( f.I f.
1Aon'IIaud Cavweil > c.-inpnnie----. (-o innaiul l by liver ; lliev I I li.ul e.:' I i\'clI the I enemy from their i I I ami I i'ut t them I I cal 11 J', Th1.plan !may he. consul! I '' ) ou hear ;viib vou the smiles of approving conscience !j I lJucut (iaLty kumik )ns ad res- !I

PafJ-h In i/citon, nnd s>ccon lfd by Maj. Read, I Iilt fioiit, ainl were t waning with great cuulness for; I I} en-d unm-res-aiy) by some. not Sully apur. cd j the approbation of your rountrv; men [I vs \ pondclIdUtLLtUrSLULUdattlC5 rtLUrII..1uie Lu sp'ii' I.Cnn Ith6. t, '1 1
aStIOIIi.ii.:1i: lu k place nea rV ctumkcc un ; his te appe.ir.uice. 1 am imt m>posed to cast re I I or the Indiansun "! Jafin F.la/l I. 'i r'I'
charaeK; r of tlue ; ) lhe j and the world-and \ ell doin- good and !faithful \clIlUCIIr. (for 950Udefendant
:mnIDt.f1he Utu ui>t. in which alar- body of I flection till I tiC olliceis; and! soldier: of I tiC regularlorce ALl r.1
&:.leludians ; Pi niii-uhi! ; \el, I am confideni it is ihe only I II servant of your God.-.N. O. Bulletin. I 1I1' and a.;others huciesicl 1 will ,lake
were cOllll'lct..Iroulell. This victn- hat; I do, and \vil! maiuiam: lhal that lIt 111'fi :: ofsaid suit an 1 the issuul .k t'1..
bacbieredvithuui. t.c lo( .s <;ij j I life i on the pan : ( l'rs and soldiers! ol the Volunteers ihat lit-ld i;I <>ne that cm; n-ndei ihe JO '...tale: imiil :h. 11-1; | I iiCB of tl.e iiistitutiou and roappearandp.ead to the t t if;

J or.roijis, which js ter.ewJ' a l ihnt I e : "
< son
.C himi lat >tLc ame ihey nine will give ni ttnewed t0"n forget e cnfi't -, I i ivould] seem from) I the *i iaicmcul** I oTyoui inlormanl I, 'j i It vou do not make a crop tinyear, or If you I and ere the day fixed lor iheir ::- I I I IP' 1111 such case made UIC provided.J. 'F l'

e an-1 1 firmness i. our CI'17.11 soJdiers.Alio ; thai (300) three! huiubed Vuhmlieis had cio..>cd I I do.I lId i I should l be sii :t in I,- t roved you will I i iI t ti : tIe, will no doubt reach the numhei of \YliS'ICO'1TfAtt'Y for Iinintiff.'r;. ['

-enotn I'J lear, wjiilsi they cuntinuc uni cd pa-, : the ri v.r l>ef tui|ie I lite; 1 tighland: I I thai al the liist gun, i he obliged to leave. E.isl: Florida; c/i mussj, for 5| 600 men. They form a stout, healthy I J mI. 16 1836 23tf ( .

'.;;acd! firm),..under the privations incident to iheOa4. I hey. were panic viruck I andfle.l-ireciiiiaiely, | over j I I the I want of prIlVI:loll:. To erect and arnj I IIt j or able-b died set of men, and we doubt nut ".M.) rWE.rt1E l&t 1
and : l
I I the liver, one ofllic l I captains I leading; i the way, and I his sincere tha nks to his
Subscriber returns
Ths j! son this line' ol tlodihou"ll''Inuld not re1 1 be j
laud' ( paliiotic: citizen soldiers, fresh ico.cfort's loosing his miiskel on I the l passage: -some'JO"of( i I he'' will teach Seminoles a lesson! long to remembered .1L friends, and Uit. puolicin general, for I ihe liberal r.; '
.than 400 rm'lIhith could I
'J : and en-.carmcnts of )lium have 1 | qune mote since he hi been in ': f.
'Lefr ; I them remained, I and 'fought; gallantly. have al I j I :uuru"cmcnt he has received S ..t.Ia.ge. .
: \ l'me 13PI a>lli dl'f'a'r4'llie' '. : J I I I verv teadily in I the 2'l lidlle and Ea\'.e.rn ;; con.inuance ot'tlu ir patron'i: ,
-"have ] avajcencm: ; ready shown lhal nol mine' ihan 40 or 50 of the J With. sjch men, the chants of Florida soon this place, and solicits a : '

| -tIS tal'llt"elst: tL:.t ;Jll.ir rules are i.eany as iiarmVH.II Voltiniceis; bad crossed." Now for; those I hat. re districts; by volunteer engagements) say fur 3' will be,"The battle was lost, but now i is won." I II tie has just returned from New lork, und has t,,;. "cgcrcralasSortmt 1 1I
from that a
BjorderofGen. CUNCU, crossed, a statement of facts will prove the l falsehood months at a lime. lb. I received pet- brig bomerbctt of fall and direct winter GOUDS place, con : ,':

t F. : JOMES, Is: Li ut. and .id ilc-carnp. and wicked tua: 'ice of 'your inlorn; a iii. There has been a fatal error on th* part ofi THE MEDIATION. of the following Aiticles, to wit:- ;. ;.
I One of 1 the Captains and three oilier themselves iiulividuals: and i.I Goveinmi nl i in rdati.m I I to 1 the strength of I A letter from Washington, received at the Super blue, black, green, drab, and adelaid Broad- : r
of volunteers bid
\VJSUINGTOJ1 Jan. 30th, 1836. I I the .stripped these Indians, and the fac.lities which they I Charleston Patriot office, dated Jan 27, II 1 p. Clotlis. .' 1
tfar their hor>esov r leaving iheir I armst.n i this ,. I
Sl s\VMIII c'-fferent colours.AnasiortmciubfsuperSsattiiiets. :
-I of *
\vrme to n friend i tnc nIl cr day, rej have for procrastinating the ".r. The \\hole I be able to state, from Do. double milled Cassimeres, ? L
j I 1 to
bins side o: the ri vci. At I tile commencement of the I in. says:- arn happy :, ,

cer mg* lod men to give iu tile thc late reasuns as.i niied f t b'v ;hej 1 1|I fight, 1 Iluy:1111 baek to gl'tllll'ir I guns i and clot Ii.illir strength of the Indians can not now be esti-i :! authority on wnich I urn accustomed to rely, IUO nieces Negro Kersey!, Linsey and Fus ans. : : 'i:

(expediiiun, 'r not done I ibis >f I them swimming back i matt d at Icsthan 400U effective \\'arriurs. : been despatches received by Mr American i'rints. ?4 -
"II!; tile river, giyinjr lie I Indians bittle having) ; mei I indu-I j lh.it thre have .". -hsh, French, and
.'ULg :icn iituil(they xveie mumed anSI t I cles-, ori I i|: to :he side where tile eteiy: was. healing his ulIl I I ding the negroes. The country they '' 1' Hankhcadtlhu Uriiish Charge des Affairescon- Panned Altistiiis, Fancy ho.wls, Haudk.cr tiefs,and t ;

'edo I wrote ibis teller M obtuin information: I j in one hand above th? rapid trerm, became e.xhausieil I I eiiiy.| is about i 300 fli ilt...-, long and! about 125 1 I Ibr taiuing an oiler from the British Court, of her: Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Silka. 'J'1

'III Which l coud! made Clothing ;
t1 g..1' rcis ms existed I I i i i:1.; compelled to drop 'his gun. ;I j veied with a cli.iin of Lakes studded with Ul- with France; and more than this, the mediation 500 brown, bleacbeJ.pIaid .trape.l;, I Domes- : '

Uillurll> (-'I1Ii; !la"II ;md cell "rr'jO, reach me in :'I I Your inlormanl agiiu says, I ihat if 1 the regulars mills mid jilmoi-t endh-ss Blades and chequeredwiihla of England, proU'eied ma sincere desire, Bale puces ltopc; black castor, beaver drab and Wool I9'jI.us.
militia the
hade .
Iud fruOll1l ]had bten sustained by i the I .' 1t1
JIIIIJllrilIS I not 'to ihs'etlS &: deep narrow streams, making the continuanceof .'
"N sir I maintainfrom !oon.s it is her interest, to secure .
could have ow ns
escaped. .
madc i it! !'I' few dozen "VValebone Bonnets. r
extcettiiigI ly deniable lo I in all I diiectious into t the sea ;\i clued over us it President
\ I wb.it; I I saw after( my arrival I on lie licld! I I i I peace, has been accepted by the 500 pair tiussett Brogan Shoes. ,

silcr t Ilt iCtle'r, the article I j I thai if I tile regulars had not been sustained: by, the I were with mats of ctei'i ) and hijih rItS. I Ip an official notice of the fact has been communicated 500 pur Kipped Bro,un Shoes. ,.! ;1
ue.'difj"1 ttle% Glllll't :HIlI i is rl'llrtl''e1 now eiicKve ut1icial.: volunteers, tney would have been destroyed by That pail I \\ Illch is out oF water or ra t l1I'r su hjCt t tI to 1\1 r. Bankbead, which will I by' him Ccnilcmi u'6 ai.d Laities Walking ShoCi. 1"<

;' ;: Uy hut very, III charges IS our I IllIe enemy. It was owing to tile presence and I to a I'alliill; t iuumlation, may ho clII"iulrcu-\: \f be forthwith despatched, by the lirilisb brig "50 ri.r.r: Negro Blankets Jamaica large Rum Rose, Blankets Holland,Gin.&c. 1':
"'W111 of I this litile t bjud i ibat the regulars were Old Cognac Brandy
11111 iii rv ,
read tIOtng- tier clIIIV. Now, ill man I enabled"lo; the Jj't'r'llhllUI havoc and I elassi d a- : Spotut'open at Norfolk, to his Governmet. Rectified Whiskey, Wines, 'fens, nn .

thli c.l p '-.efoMc/i/ without. feelir!i :11111 fl'crllS I there [ I thick (L vrUrtt'ti scrubs und Brassy Blades, and I The National Intelligencer of tho 30th ult. Cuba St. Domingo. and Jamaica Coffee.
krinn wheiher
0111111 doubt much t was
.Eld IlIIii : hadininrcsuion,' which it will leave 1 I I I slaughter mlI'uf'III.V i corps or any station, moie under the i now and; thfti hi:h and: teiiih- h.immocks. The I savd-*'0ur readers will have heard the ru- I Wilh on assortment Cutlery Crockery, and HI!
ll nsL< &c.
< a question which I implies t oiit-r aninexli.iU't.ihhi Hollow Ware,
"I't'u I elll In' .I influence of panic, or June anxious to recrwss the: I flP"U pilU'IHIII ; : qu.in- nun, thai the despatcheslately brought lo the With many other articles, too tedious to nention.
Cbanres I
'Inull'e jilaiu-
a 1'lrl;: tf the article I river I ihau I your ii.lounant.; : lily' o. t'ollpl\ f>r :i I iow root an excellent sub- British Charge* d'Afiaires: contain instructions: I All of which will be sold low for CASH or approved -
Inder thai there I
: \ jI till If I Illc wlJot, was onlyM ) As an aci of common justice to myself and the I! stitutc for b.-e'td; and 1 easily; p rpared The high to ol1 'r the mediation of Great Britain belwc'n I Credit. Country Merchants Cal .be supplied -
I nbc-Si
iItrat :te our .I voli.nuers under command, 1 have torequest linns- whilst tho small advance on the New York pi ICes. jJ
SOO-SIl.ll"I" $ 'slut the | gallant my j hammock-: "alll'l I) ol vvat.rs thvJ United Stales and Fiance. It givesi at a '
Wn Wn'l'r"f} will I ihis statement I -I vouch I, I The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to '
tilled'llh I fish and fowl I
icriiuuaitd" by ;. more U tJccwuV1Fatw i : you : I exery win-re are I i )leusuic 10 believe that this rumor is not york Charleston, S.C. Ue will mrchase r

"l'Ueul* A. our: Milhia may. mil tiave aimibtT. I i 11111' us (:e lInlue''I'-J: 1 hold mjueil i pn.sibie:: Joraidllt.ive :Hld l the A hole forcbt uiib wild game.Tbret j I i vvsthuut foundation; and! tb.it an opening has New Cotton und or give the highest market prices
11i'1 i will furnish ,
!itiz1t ; I to \I'.i u yourinlormanl
II' (1I,1k1.I j that lIr.h im""." illil I le-fjuesi I examined this I i certain and ALEX. FORJIY UUV.AL.
III exist "f'j he i :In wi'h 'i copy nf n, with the le.ist, pIJ."i- I : \ ears ago \\ 1\11 coon I thus beea made which promises a Jr-

J\ ; I I have arllce! is: dl, ulcnllllc'ctt'tllIla: $ I L C &ldI'I'Ll' ofiicial: I upoil I of t lhe Llllle i i ol I liv, I meUuith clans of Indians in Towns I II happy uJj II:t 1I1t nt.of t the l ulltroVtri)."_. Septcmbc-, 1833. 4-tf
It1l1Il8.' I
lltMC' titi! Iii rd of I here
a -
,ilt t :llu"drrl'11 a \\ nlLc;iochee. by lhe Commanding General, will: and. at fisherieslio Deemed to know nothing ---- : l'\lS1'it.\TOlt'S -- -5-- I
Ku'fick-ii' to juMifv f.r- O ICli.I 4 .
uoW.! b11i' I a] pear bel.re the public in a short lime, unlii lhal; about white people except the Spaniards, I I
lu.rge:1: In ui the importance any to b; creditors or heirs or
'biamin' y LI.I L persons claiming
lruni the I 'forltear" LO Nay moie, tin the sohjirl. with whom they were: intermixed, The Span- W'ifliainUlirisLie $
i J; ; officers a statement, and distributes of the estate of the late
t4iflZ III, :Hull i Wll! see that i" i is rtpubjished Very respectfully, your obedieui servant. hr'ds having Squaws fur wives and the Indian I dcceuwJ, art uou'ncd to present their claims

: : "ery dOubts they expr iiI l wanlacu It. K. CALL mm npd bail-breeds engaged us fislici I mell I duly veiineduiid authenticated to the subscriber according 4 :

1puUj1 Q0tvledg' Of' ," require an official I rerx.rt, and sailors. Many' of those Indians, 1VftS to law.WILLIAM 0. NUTTALL, Adm'r. :

1 1m acc )unt.venr Copy of a letter fro:. Mr. Wyalt, to a friend in told weieexrellent sailor3 and well acquainted Tallahassee, 1 10. Feb. 8th, 18J6. 278wN. ROBERT J. HACML1BY I

Your respectfully int obedient, I' East Fioiida.TALLAHASBCE on the coast of Cuba. That they had B.-Such claims can be presented to the Administrator Auctioneer 8' Commission ler. hant.

servant' Feb. 1st 1836. frequently passed in their large canoes at u or tov UJ. P. Dm'nl, Esq., or J.I D. \\'eflcUll ,.-
\V J OS. M. '\ HITEoILSlJ1f .
IlLtur \\ F My dear sir:-Yours oh'sonic vvetks. buck, favorable'time from the Keys to that: I lalid. jr. Esq., his Attorneys .nd Counsel at Talla- SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdl1s.TlIn'
; and the partiality Ilt\osc ____'\"_!!_!"_. Octnher____24._1835___________
j r wishing to know my vinws and opinions relative From these facts, strong Sate.

atLc 1the Globe or lhe.29lh of January, epeak- to the present Seminole wur, the course the) have bad lor these Spanish fislu-imen, ,1 FOR SALE, .IL .f\I eat Carnage for
II tell
Battle of lalacoochee-evhJently &c. I should not be surprised if they are got1led up BAtUlhLS Prime l ork, cured in the TIlE undersigned vr avery
&rt au the Indians will most likely pursue, 1 00 .lloflSJ5.I r eat fashionable t l.nd; useful

"It huve the pleasure to acknowledge and hasten witU the vain hope of finally escaping to some loa tacks, (5:bushels each) Peu't'Gait CottonSeed cajrriage, with har less all

WoI1ld teem all though.lhe whole brunt''II'ctio reply. of UiCflC West India Islands, with all thec n&' iroin ttle'Jlantntlou'of Air. HarrLS.Appttw' nearly new,brass mour ted, and

Q .had fttllcn .' *' niter the ,UKNRY BO p.- in tira rate ortfr: very tight, commodious, a idI runs
the ,
-a'Ii :iipon regular; My opinions as expressed onti groea. I I 27tf eIl'Fcb. 6 1836. 26 3w B. J. BACK. -LY.
( 13.
the eJtClptiOQ t'e81, ord1: ri1i laic campaign, have Dot undcrwent'unyaltcra- Jf those Indiana are not encompasseu on ,I February

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v : .-' JAMES JOHNSON DIRGE. Ji. HALSEY J. B. 'BULL, V : tv; J.tOW AND {1QN1r'K1X&

l': DRAPER AND' TAILOR, DRAPER: & TAILOR, ,jHNj3EALI.. .. : V' ;j A r.dJ .3.'t \ V

t: TJLL.1HASSEE FLA: JUtonuy aiLautit0tteU'ilra- consequC 4U t i6.Co.mt .

& (Next door Jfortk of F. Towle.Juetltr. inMonroe it.) UI4.lp practice in the Court of.ppeaJSj and the IN ( Imiiati -or& "1AV
'i. HE L would repcctfully inform his friends and the inform bis friends and (or- WILL Courts of the middle DistriCt of cines on the public-...t c 6a 1eie 1fta4.1niDtdl ,Ie
public that he has just returned from the Non:" W returned fromJWw Florida. Nov. 28 1835., 16 tf sales exclusively to i .
r r' mer customers, that he has just genii, indifl'ereD
.t. vilu a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in -- country, from whom d.
York, with a new and splendid ( "
his liberal share of asrtent NEW had and rtll1iiv'4"tci
I for !
I, line- Feeling grateful tit patranapticretoforc I which he is now opening at and wellkn to guard tile nore eft'uaallr '

t'.; extended to him, Lc hopcs by s.nc- Merchant I Tailof'TALLAHASSEE "" n stand ,,f U. B. J. B. BULL, (recently occu. R. S. MILLER has just received conplete St.c positions unauihoried venders- lie ..
r attention to merit a continuance of the same. & oC--'fAPLE & ,FANCY &QG&& which hc his agents in Boston, ,New *' bI.
S pied by the laic H. A. ierlol,) and to which he ut.vitcs '- York, Pbi r ,
i. .! ',;re and Central assortment c/ m Q lJJl't' tlh'fe who wish to purchase cheap for Cash, .o will sell low for Cash, Cotton or approved credit.Tallahassee Baltimore, to inaki%o \alet.l. aerdisnt44

Q, tulliisliug DlllLe luUOIt mt : 1-'LORll1A. c.ll ill examine his. assortment, which consists in October 31st. Is35. 1tf any of Ihe Medicine ta be carried Swtl /. .

of the follow i ing, v iz.- Large quantities of a fernicious
-, t ; Blue' black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and pat NEW GOODS. the genuine Alixture article in l
.' Phu UAdalaJe Blue! Black, Brown, Olive, Green Dahlia, Mulbc.r .- hle %been maouf
: : drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, subscriber has just t received from N. York, cias S. Comstock & Co
; mulberry, concealed violet, and vu tonne }'. and Mixed IH% JJnc! THE DRY GOODS of New Y QrkttDd (7
j m J1t general assortment of among South for sale. The na me of ] 1t
Ulack Mixed, 4 ) & Rowland
't nurplc. Drab and brown Peter ham, for over coats. &E-r*>f>', which Black and Blue BROAD CLOTH a, CAbLIMEUES and is bottles '.
nre on tl.e
Lavender and l/fAaAJjV d1n'new the .
Hbck, J> imitation '
j 'I' CASS1MERS. and superb Article Lcel-lIAtl, nevcrbcf're offered m thlarket HKW and of a superior quality. article may be had of he following pertonT 4M .

I : Corded, diagnal, buckskin, checked and printed, oft ,\! VESTWGS of every description consiSt ALSO Inc only JJgent*in this j art of.Flor"---* G i "

} UI l'f the rlcllct colors. in'of Black and Blue Cloth superior Bluck Silk Velvet READY MADE CLOTHING, E. B. Perkins, Ge icral ;
GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors' Coarse nnd Fine HATS Agent TaIJib. 'J
1 ,
Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns, Quilted I William Kerr & C >., ThoraasviUc -
for CK-aks and Wrapper Silk, do., Merino, Valencia, Ch lice, Marseilles Silk, CAP, &c. James C. Eccles, C.uiucy '
Coarse and Fine BOOT S and SHOL3.A
Ij ; a new style English: Fancy >*. Kerr & Stuiges, Si Marks
+i.t-! : Splendid English figured silt, figured silk Velvet, su-.plv BLANKETS Ncgic Clothing, Thomas Alexandei ,
ASSOIT.EN1\ Double UlFLbS 4c.
t t. clot l Velvet, figured and paintel Chairs, intended for The nnd GUNS DariusV ilbams &
parties plain ;lI1d IillJreLilar"lIilll's, Brocade QuiIt- Height indispensable. HEADY-SHADE CLOTHING. The above arc offered low for Cash or approved I GoIdinjji-FouK\m Co..Aloniicello'
1. Hound ,
the chest under coat. Mickasoukr
:' i., ings, figured Welling, &. Huff Casamcres, Stocknctl I- credit at m) store, .Monroe st. The label of E. B. Pei kIllS
2. Do. Waist. Among which are the following Articles, viz:- will be
checked striped and plain A.ROWE.'V on ullt...
:i: expressly parties, sold by the above
I 3.: From bark-seam to elbow and knuckle joint. Blue Black, Brown Olive Green Dahlia Violet agenu. 'Qa
incrinoCasen.crt-1.. of different cd.ur, stocks of e.eryt 1\1.1. FRA CIS, Agent.NEVV Tallahassee
24 and col 4. Round the thigh. Mulberry, Green and Mixed Dress 4' Frock V July 7th 1837. 48tf
description, Linen nnd cotton nhr.s! bosoms C.ab- -
;;4.: las: s, Gum Elastic Suspenders! linen and buckskin G Round the knee Sloe! mixed Ocer Coats, German Cambist Box dais p 1S( flcE
5. From the hip-joint to the ancle. lined wilh merino ami silk are now receiving, and will have open by
dn.lambs WIOu. quilted new
t Gloves merino and silk Hoes half throughout l
r :
subscriber .
f : respectlull
: informs :
., and plain silk Cravats, fancy l1mJkerc1\1I'Cs: olI Iy the above scale of measurement grntlcmcn a and superb article. Superior Blue and Black Cloth the 15th insl. at Al'AL/ CHICOLA, a general THE he will hav the i e '

..t', ic.f dcJiiptnn, Mctt Piuwtrs nnJ bhuts, flannel distance may be enabled! to forward their measures, Cloaks for Gentlemen. Black, Brown Olive stork of GOODS, to which we in v itt the attention WC Ula thor ughl ;" 1&.A' IC

i; t and cotton flannel do, which will t.vrr meet with prmnpi' .1 I tclii iltil. Gn'en, do, fo Ladies'. Blue, Bhck, and nut= Cloth I of our 'oriber friends, nnd dialers, gC" rlllv.- the ic-vcpiiun UrthO.C wl: o repaired, .ald llUe

i and the Pubic general y, t. at he is C'.minumg Corded Bucksin do., Blue. Black,and sccl mixed Sat- to us. HARRISON 4- KANLY. self that attention shall He ftl i.1Ie
t Press mid I frock coats, Pantaloons, figured andchin I the Tailoring Business in all its brandies, as do do Round Jackets. VESTS of all November 1st, 1835. I33.i every b.-paid for, .C
silk! velvet irlrnlia: cloth, silk, satin, and plain I rin.t descrij- modaiion and convenience of hIs
;{ successor:: to tie late lam of 11. A. Pu-si.n it CL) at L tions, Blue and Black Cloth Black Silk and Fancy patron.
Camhlci. G. H. & T. E. LliNDEJNIJEKGEK
And hair
f figured maisailhs vc.IGuats his old an I well known Maud, on Jefferson lrec:, Velvets t'taIl arc A.A.
Patterns Silk Black
4 c Cloaks \Vn'f'pus-lJuit\n! Rubber, over coats, opposite thb Store of Mr. Dorsey whe.- he is rei cw- Figures, Quilted rorolvimr; per isrhr. Chase, Irorn Dtiltiore.! and daily Tallahassee, Nov. 20t a. 1835. 15-t'.. ;:
Satin --
ik -
. Valencia
English striped, do Buff; Challice, -'-- ---- '
.i' Frock other yesstls '-
and Lcjrsrins. expecting
coats! Wiappcrs in:: a fresh supply of Merino and all a general assortment oJ 11NUAUEMANUF -
; Also, a full supply of Silk and Furred the most approved patterns that GOODS, consisting of Grocel its, ')iy Goods, Shoes,
r,4zji1IiiSIiflq WI1N glll @QQn arc to L!: found among' the latest importations. Also, ICTORY.
.!: iiATS.-CAPS, &c. Crockery Ware, Hardware! Fanning Utensils, <$-c.
I His cloths were imporlfd fioni the Western part of ( of! a splendid assortment of Fa>hil.l1ahle, a large assortment cf fae Linen Shirts, White & Red &c. All of which they ofler for sab low for Cash or THE subscriber wi.ul ii form the ritizel1lotTat.

: ErHaod, and he will warrant ilu'm to bc equal to any o-upcrfne: CLO H, 4 ASIMERS, and VES INGSI Flauel dhllo. Drawer, Stocks, Gloves, Silk handkerchiefs country produce. ard the p jblic generally, that"

:.1 brou'-hl to this market, he will ulso warrant them to of great variety l of cui ours ant I s.yle, Io I ,Black. Silk CravatsGiim Elastic Suspenders Nov. 'Jth, IS35. 13-tf re-commenced the TINGING and SHEET i .

:. ;' 'be fresh, as they were purch.ised immediately on Hiean a complete ssotmcnl: of FANCY All r IVICLES Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hosiery.,Genlemen's) Fine business! and i is now read ? to supply those.1 i

1\\j ivil .)ilie pr rkct from Livei p..ol, antic onw quefli i I ly: Stocks of the latest styl, Cravats Gloves, Supcnders Beaver IMT8. Satin Beaver do, Youth's Satin Bcvcr. ,\- NOTICE.THE wish to favor him, eithci 'nt whole alc or retail ,1

!j"t;I MM i'oJ by lying on A 1111lIc has in his employment $ Linen Dress l-ronts L an-i Coliais: Hos.ery, do, Fur Seal Caps, Umbrellas, and every articeWlldl UNDERSIGNED make any article in that I ne at short notice. Hlt'.*

; .\ iSc bc.sl uf woikmcn, -ami ho. will make uji Pnngce Handkerchiefc: i c. IS needed for a Gentleman's outfit.J. interest of Mr. Gideon having purchased the entire now two experience woi kman, will at all! limcili

b#;1 work i n the best nun tier mid at the I bhortist noli.e.AH ; Likewise a g-neral assortment of Fashionable: and L U.B. would also notify thatduring the past Summer tile establishment Emoijin under the Merchim- on hand a general asscrtn ent, to supply countrt
: durable! he has engaged in manuf the above conducted the firm of Bet- cht\J1tsun whole sale dealers .
r : orders from the c.'tnmy punctually attended to [CI'1 on (
& ftll5OnablcLerma
ton Emory in this
: "- Nov.2Lstl85:; 13-tf IIKJDY.MDE CLOTHING. artmcits, 11"signcd particularly: for this mal kct, which place, notifies his friends andeilstmers hi Store, in Monroe st. nl.1tdOOrtoRoen ,

.r'.. (..,'..<..i-liln'.." nf. (p I...r. ". -"vu..,.., 't..t'VI", .."A.. ".IHI",.",'" rT-r&..41. 1'1' l'hcann- --,!! :1". --L.I.I.. .!...,..}-.' ."r.... .n.".. ..'In.. .n.-.n..J...M .u A,I I : ol Goods, that elected he is now rermvinrr a sreneral assortment I and opposite Martin and Hart's store. .

: rAD11NIS'I1RA'1'O1t'S NOTICE. ( ':1IU.lct 'loaks, Dress mull'io[ I; < oats, o.1tet' l>y any in this sCI.'titl olVmmtry ; and as the work has ion, New York and Baltimore by himself with care in Bos- ADXA RO'VK, Manufacturer of

f .: Pan a I.ions and Vests, of aim-M every y e I h"tl madf: up under his own inspection he can with ard oflers the same 1'lain & Japan Tin

i 'S,.. Six months after date; \vc viI! a 1 ppy! to the J l. '.ge :goods: and fash.on Abu Linen and CulJon r.V huts) .viu di5jn of 1 confidence( rorornincnd I he same to at th,-laie reduced fiinn.prices at rttai1!, at the stand occupied by WM.H. FRANCIS Wart.

1 of Ihe Cmaiiv Court of' Leon C uiiiiy lor n discharge iNett; Mi ris, Drawersc., c. huso who wish to purchase a fin>l rate article. He ALSO-" 1'nll..J.nsser, Dec. 19th 835 i9.N0IOE. eLL

;': .I Irotii 1 tla' ;ailnunisiraiini! 411 l the estate ol The -nt's' riucr having I'n hand a larg;' and well would inc'ilv add that his Clclhshave !been purchased Expected daily per brig Harmony, direct from

b "\Vn? Hall, ilcc. late u(said cotinly. l laid in stock of Goods, will cuaran.ee; to furnivithose :' immediately from the Importer, and arc from the la- Liverpool 30 tons, on consignment hammered i I A .

: ; J. C/. HALL who may plt-asc to favor him with their: custom list arrivals.Tall.iliassrr. IRON persons are hc cjy forewarned fronoa
:20 Cra Ear the .
: wi.h ariiric in his line. ihe lowest cs rn WARE milling trespass or waste the
tL jiny on terms upon|
\Vtit. October 12, 135. 12.tf 180 peces: COTTON BAGGING : other imi.ruvemuiis
for cash or and solicits on the tract knowaasI'u4.t
: pro npt payment humbly a'>
: Adiur's.Tallahns 10-JO aarks
he Liverpool ground S LT Purchase; and parlirulaitf frum
( hopes 0 merit, a generous han ol pamonage.Tahahos NOTICE. rLii.ututj, ttitw

t ce, ISlh Sept. 1S35. 6-if -ec, Octo! cr 1st, 18J5. 'J-tf rEHF subscriber, respectfully informs the public, which New York he offers prices.at wholsale to Merchants, at or near destroying In nd unltss, or otherwise i ijtirin the hulLer. In ii

: 'itl Jj-As ih" subscriber keeps constantly in his employ .thallc has taken the store immediately itelcsrs.laywanl Cotton by special Icotc from the prcprietorio
MXKCUTOU'ri: NOTICE. oppl purchased as usual. their agent. T:1M1S: (
,:-t ste.idy and first rate \verwmen; .e wii.guarantte and Austin, where he has L'ALIZILL
I g LX months alter date 1 shnll accounts, just TUltBUTT R. August -23 3tf
.,: r, C3 ard vnuchcis for final seltU'incnt present, and my apply to to t execute all orders a' the slio'test notice, in the an extensive and choice assortment o'Slflsfl- Tallahassee, Oct 1, 183j. 8-tf BETTON. flgctil for tAUMIMbTltA'JOlt'S .. Pryjifr: .
most) durable: lashionrble style: R. HALS1-.Y. able goodconsisting of DRY GOODS I J NlYJ'JCt. -
the Hon. Leon Ready
Judpj ( f the County Coin of Co. .
Made Clothing, Hard Ware Groccrif-s China D- I IVER'CU.vii'LAINT.-- b IX rnontiis aftir dale t will
.. for a discharge fror. the Ext-cutwbhip of the Estate Dr. present my'acwwi
,.,. of John K. I dfd.FRANCIS. and Earthen Ware, Hats, and Cap;, n"I ,ant. Projessor PhysioU-gic.He. and vouchers for fir.al settlement, and
Campbt !
los Jicine
inplt 18
.l EPPES Kx'r. bj d/jf Saddles, and Bridles, Tin Ware JJru s, frc. who, for several years, has devoted his entire tie Elon. the Judge of the County Court of Lton
.r August 2-iim V. $ which will be sold low for cash. : Al attention to the treatment of chronic or inveterate diseases a discharge from the ndmn istration of the tSla'e.
: : has
; THOMAS HA YB. succeeded, by chemical analysis and syn V Willoughby Whitehurs-t, ilicea&ed.SAf .
. t c.: t::f' Storiii' & Shipping1 ol' Cotton.KEUR : Taliha! 5re Nov. 28 la: 5. IC-lf thesis, in forming a combination from several |.Tuxi-' WH1TEHURST.
mate vegetable principles, to which he has given; the Dec 19lh 1S35 lti.6niADMLNIS'l'ItAiOR'SNOTICE.V
"1 : .y.s'l'UltG i will attend to Slorin r and! V STOlAGJ! STORAGE! TOH.E !H'! name IVJedicinaj Stomachicac ct Hcpatic whidl has:
; :
.1. ; Colton-they will also advance on I N addition to his old \ the proved far more efficient than any remedy heretofore( .

1, ": t If' Cotton entrusted to their care for shipment to any subscriber rcccntlyercctcd -holse discovered, in curing those distressing malauis ol I GIX:; MONTHS from this II..te, 1 shall present
r inarlcet in the United States or elsewhere and will I a spacious build wiifu/ and ( udministralion of U
which account
,i It ; 80 by 26 feet forrccciviicoLtonand body, are generally comprencnde fin c estate of Allen MrGi,.
'e l'.; purchase at either their Stores in Tallahassee or St. V ng goods. dcr the sweeping terms DYSPEPSIA and LIVER.UUM- dy, dec. lo the County Con 't oi'Lecn, and fy to
( ap
; i.ij.. Marks, Oct. 4lh, 11)34) ((8lf) jf i, : -q V T St. Marks, December 27i1i 1831. Al'CAKTY.. I PLANTS-It is likewise an almost certain cure foi- en be discharged thercirom.: F. B. 'Vlll'f1 Gadll.'r.

4 largement of the SPLEEN.I St. Marks, >ept. 26, 1835 7.601ltCJtLj.llTJ
". .I .' symptoms of Dysncpsiaand Livcr-com- { U'

'u 1 TRE.lTCJtER S OFFICE, ) "c---'f:r.'s : V The public are informed, plaints, are flatulency, sourness or burning in the stomach : By the Gaverntr cf Florida.
ft it-.. TALLAtiA sr.f., March Sth, 1S35. J A FULL supply of Landiolh.s'I superior pardcn, that a regular Line ol' Sta- melancholy, irritability, disagreeable taste in tin 'I rroop an wanted! iwU an.eblytothev i

,. .!I, :BY an act passed 21st Wovniiber IS2H 1, itis pro- jLJA-hrrbund flower seeds Just received a nil warn-ntcd has been times mouth ; great irregularity of appetite, which is some lately enacted fur rating a sufficient force 6It
tt vided'tIutall Komi executed by Auctioneers fresh ; by 1.B. PEnKI.NS. ge.s c ta"lihl"c voracious 1111lt at other times greatly dcnl ient :: the Held, six hundred are
r. hall be forwarded by ihe Jude oftle Co-mty Court I Dec. Ifith; 1815. 30if bet\\ctl Tallahassee and Jacksonville via :uwlnnec thirst, fetid breath, nausea, weakness of the stomach! six months, or until diseliarg-d. Volunteers\ act .
I t. to the Treasurer of the Springs; lcaviimgTalIahascc every Monday morn and eructtuions pal pitntioo, drowsiness ferred and if y
Territory Florida,; an'1 that: The ?, i'rrgularity ; they cnn be ii ItninCll,as CIlrnest/J its
I I nil Auctioneers shall quarterly in each yrar commencing ; I City Hotel. ing and arriving at Jacksonville ') Sattrdaytmmvhcmcc of the bowels, pressure on the stomach 'after meals hoped may be the case, 'I.y! will be !: ( under

). .j un the I Ut of Januaryrall :\itti tho Tixasmtr I SHALL, after the 22d inst. icsumcmy ownership travellers to the North will find ready con- pain! in the hem!, dizziness or vertigo ; confusion of Com| any Officers of their ovn chottsmg-CaptaIDS|'! .
t under oath taken j of this to bo C'tnliiiucd veyance St. Augustine S'igcs, and Savannah mind!, attendeo'with the loss of and
fJ'1' Wefore .omejuj e, a copy tJf all I property as a Hotel under memory, a gnawing: Lieutenants t.f Companies, (ot tfty cito) 1tlllbc
',' ,.\ ,-Ies elfectcd by him, with the iimour.t and at what 1 the sole conduct and manigcmi'iil of Mr. Hamilton I by the Steamboat. Fare ihrc each wv $25 00. in the stomach lltn empty, chilliness, affection ol I elective l hy the Con.panics nsi-ectivJy, aird be to:

rP.;. time and jnbce, and for whom the ll\ dson. THOMAS Jan. 25, IR35. [25tfl JAS. M. HARRIS. sighLandlicariugpain and weakness in nlissiult '
same was made- _._ BZO'.VN..jan. the I lack alter nolitc r>f nn e tction isrcciived. 1iorcc heI
... __.. .
Now: nil Auctioneers u Inn."uor .Ilil'nrlI'._ .. .I."n... 1.1 r ,
1' iu. :; '
arc required to lake notice of t -----0---J -----I 'u IC'L UIU IH1Ild8, Lllllll/l thus ornraistJwill tc quired to neetatlOuCassii&ttl
z ;'I' fitiLlhw, and conform to it, or suits upon their Binds" l.o THE ASTHMATIC AND CO.N'SU.Ml'TIVE uneasiness in the- throat, caugh, pain in the sid; oj r I place of nndtzvou ul.tre a stltltiUIl.11I
f be TAX COKLKCTOil'S I p HE most prevalent and fatal of Discuses breast, &c.
must insiittiteJ. SALK.: inci be
JuJgfclol.'theCl'lllllyourts arc al made for the higher grudt of Officers to coamaDll:
c rcqujttoJ without delay, to 1 forward, piopcrlyccrtifiul : I SHALL c.'posc ilL sale on the, first Monday in _ffl_ dnt! civilized society-the .urnp/ion-may The above maladies lead to organic nficclions of tin the Uegimciils.

: .. .. and( approved, the U>mds of Auctioneer in their pi'. s- j May next, at the Court House door in thc town generally .je traced to the least Alarming of disorders,, stomach, liver, and heart, terminating; in DropsyCon" The required number appc Iring, will be orlnistd
bcsvion. ol O.niiH-y, r\I t(.fl hat valuable a sliglitbut cold.l By estimation it sumption, Apoplexy &c.
'. CHARLES AUSTIN, ) Trdcliif Land, known neglected appears according to the climate, hab into Regiments, and be plaod iino'er suitable ct-

f [131_ _tfl_ |_ _Tren_ uicr' .of the IViritory of Florida. as FortnV Puirhasc," lying '111 the W\I.i rs erf the that one hundred :irul fifty thousand persons die annually its, age, sex, and tempcniimnl of the patient. unds. If; howtvi-r, .' grtau r iumntbcrtbaniz nlled
'. _ _ _ llocl I of the
H I between I the AjMl.u-hk-oIa and Litllc l nivl''s ; or as ill;,. he attributed to common cold and a negligent Inventor and sole proprietor. : Dut if the number called foi be forthcoming ,th

I l'." months nfier date: I will a iiiy] ] '10 the 11 nr.ora mifh. oI! it wilh I tile iullI'I'\'I"I1tIIlS: is will In MI1
be! Judne (l'llie j County Comt of Le.xi County !i t" s: ti.fr I the C.iunty: Taxes dnr il.c.von: fur i he year -the which side i is usually follovveJ bydilKcult breathing, pain duccd relative to the extraordinary cures pen'ormec by Commanding Officers in thtir rt.ti,

to be tli Asthmatic
I iiciiiicturmd repeated attacks also
estate of t Samuel [L 1.,11':1' ; ; by ih- Assessor 1'i aid bring on Consumjitiie suflici :nt to satisfy the minds of the not become asked,
,. Urvan, drreixo: l, late; 01tid Co. I, County I' IIni"I.alld! lie symptoms. One or two dollars in most skeptical?: ncccs ary, and lh t the quota
pr"I'I'.tv "! C''i"! "itclaclll'cil'j' l i expended From Dr.
i pur James Ewe to invnfcioi.
"LEAH Author repel aid will
BRYAN chase of the Medical aggress on, prlJmpr.Jll1ppear
ad.m'lx. j[ licln; II, C.irnadi.in Tljnm/ V. I Compan
) ion to defend the
I. Tila.as! ; !; '', 19th i s1)t. IbSj. b'-lf I David 1 U Ordi-n) I I'. R. ( or Family Phy clnu. Country.
| ) Ln
; Jarvns, ,
I FOR THE NEW-OBLEANS Soldiers who volunteer( do -
,: John, T 1 B.irrm. Andrew S.Glr PILES Dec. 20th 1831. mus V so, underaneiflalion
: iftIi1 DltU S. 'lINtr nnil l Wdlijn.Chiis'ic. Joseph. V.;ln'tc, t The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which lie i To whom it may cojicmi.-This is to certify, that J I that the duties rcqurcd >f them, arc rigid'/' to
does with the fullest confidence have witncssrd opt-ralicn of Dr. he performed.; JNo estrtiQtno disubodience or
: Sale tu take ; within ) one; of the most \alu- cler's..1'tllicilld
f fyirgical Instruments, $-c. I j' ace i:< ii.-uT- "nlll/lllrs: Terms Casli. 'f able remedies,. Known for this troublesome and painfulcumptlllit. Slomacliicf lltpnllciz in a number of very obstinate neglect of dhly cm or will be I iterateall who m'

I HAVE .jut ivccivcd :i full supply of fresh '. x C .:I'clofur: ( ad.dCll FOIUSS) : : \\ ithout going iutu detail lie deems it e- Dyspeptic and Lh tr.a1ectitiis] of lung standing,lilcc. bark, must bear i in mind, that I hey havs high and ''rn'Imorta
I.: I Count my. ill) li to lie has I in wise ill several castsot the lit trUtsto discharge and tin Ic
I t rnr. Medicines and Cln'nnY.il I. Pit, Ot. ,h.IR.t5 11dI I : hg say, his possession the most un enlnnements! of the. plecn su must perlurm-
: POIl'r. .U.l -rt- I doubted testimonials that it has more completely answered and its afi'tctsVera truly nstonisliing. I have no hesitation ;; cd. The vicious and the bad, if any inch pmcDt

: in hollies DElll.lIf..l1'jLLE JrI..E, I In Gadsdcn SupcriorCourt, the purpose for which it i is intended, than ill declaring it the most variable preparation' : themselves, cannot be pcrmittel to ilcgiadethc! eiarter :-

j imported specially 'lor( the use of the Henry Gee, (0.111'. | other popular immedici ime, any for ihoso distressing ailments that has overcome with I of the army by practising:: excesses; or indulg! It1:

.;. rick.VeijranJ: & Snoivden's superior AMPUTA i I vs. I Tins remedy is perfectly i innocent in its application, in my knowledge. JAME EWELL, M. D. in any course not warranted b) the ruleunci articles I

TING, TIU'P IINIIIG, OBSTETJUCAL, EVE: DISSECT .1 j Littlcbury II. Jones Il I lo all conditions, ages and sexes. Full directions, Wilkcs (.umV. Gro. Jan. 1834. as established by the U, States for tuegomnmen(

;.iI. ING, and POCKET ISSTUCMEXTS, in cases.: Eleiimy: '\V. Peebles \ 2N CnA cEr.r. description of the ctlUlpllilllc.. accompany each The u-Ilersinfd r.m hear testimony to ihu superior the army. V

:i 1' STOMACH Prrs antI PIPES, Silver. Lancets and I .inhricl Smith and I packet: which consi.-ta of two boxes. Ointment and cfiicacy of Dr. l'etcr'sIcdcinre: Stomuchira: el Hepairac Colonels of Regiments agrccal ly to the rcquirtrntfl
I. ,. Lancet Cases, ;ml Nurse Tubes &c. I ilcujanlill:11'1.1, j J.lectuary. Price, :J1 'for the whole: or &0 cents e in the cure of Dysprpsi.t and Livi r Com plains ol the act, will c..Use an appeal .*> be made for folun-

z An assortment of DUIED HKUBS from the I Respondents j jF V V I i hut one oV the articles i is wanted. from :;personal cxp'r cllec. WflJ. G. JOHKfcON. leers, and to regl.teralJ who ar i efficient anJ aW 110.
: Dr. P's JSlcdicinrc '
Shakers .Stn-nachicrr ira *tiicitnt number donol lornvolunuirily
U Hysop, -Mini among, Saire wbidi.are) Sweet Lemon Bairn, Catnep,11 the appears Defendants horn satisfactory evidence that A CERTAIN CURE FOR THE ITCH in parcels vri'h full dircciions; for IJt-iitia lIsill| are From put ul'' then the dclHcienc) mustbe COllie supi'liwdraft by

,.; h Tl.yme. Cellcry Stc., Majoraiu. Savory.1 Gabr.'cl; Smith and HenryV.. IVc-blcs rtIf.v I': V Bit inveterate, in one hour's Application 10 three parcels will be necessary to complete a one made upon ihose who refu w to volunteer.
Benjamin Ward, do not icsidu; ill JtJL and no fiutn The price is $4 a parcel.A cure The law nhic'1 is noth.
LtML .1 VICE and LEMON 'this District, but reside in the danger taking cold by using bum now In opt ration, rtquir
stall of
SVRUP. s Alabanr. and I Irlcs' Ointment. This great quantity of the above ing more, linn that Sfl d
SPICES Louisiana; : It is therefore ordered I i preparation for pleasantness very valuable nrcnn- every feoltl icr shall b* true,
ofevery kind-Genuine INDIA Cuan Liforc thc Judge of the t that they du apiKMi- I safety: expedition, ease and certainly, stands unrival rations, will be kept constantly on hand by faitl.fully diacJiarge his duty. All who cuter the
fciiijiisli,, French and PrclI tis'g .'I) Superior Court for tile Middle i !' led 'fur the of this E. B. ranks whether *iJJ
funiery Soaps and Per- j District of Florida, Gadsd.-n i cure troublesome complaint.! It is so : PEHIHI\S; Tallahassee, aa Volunteers or Dratted Men, ;
Mrs. Miller's celebrated) NCFF. May cery) on utI I eforc the first County of (sunn- in Chan; rapid, as well as certain i in its opemation, as to cure thu Who is authorised lo dispose ol diem. either ut whole nquirtd to practice fidelity! and jbetlienceficcis. to well
nard diy tin/
& Noyo's celebrated INK and INK POWDERJIItRMOMTERS said Court, and answer I he bill fileo1 flex Tcmi i of di>agrccddedisordcr most ell ctuahly in one hour's ap sale or retail, on as reasonable terms as they can be : These cannot dispensed with. 1'000'

If VngOMETKr.S, &C. in this case, otherwise the by time Complainaut plication ouly obtained of the nropricti r. Afeo by will be to endanger ihe security IIf' the Army Bythe

K.: B. PERKINS. cotiftsw.Dec.. same will be t.tkv-n pro It does not contain the least particle of mcrrnry. or Doct's. HOLMES & \ViLiiAus, CambcIIton, & laws which govern, mutiny and desertion, ami '

( :' iallahasscc Jul.9111 other dangerous ingredient, and be \:. HALSLET, Druggist obi d it nee ol oidcrs arc such hjh and capital e oo

: ) 1834. [4Srf] Iflth. ,,& .H35' ...- .lMm! perfect safety. lit .IJrelnunt'cnw.II'.may o._ *\.+ .1.I.r.I.appld .with_> _. ..111- .. .PIP U'w I L'._...LoCo. ,..Appa- ---Iachmkota._'l'_ -._ .-','I_ II"w..". '..".' .vn&IIU,.,.__ \,n.U'UIUU.U.______ :.=III__, ___.....hiJIJ-
u -- ---- -- """UUU ltS. I pcra----
NOTICE. Al.InUJ."J: i IVA i Ult O NOTICE. Lime In'
E AT the next April 'l'cl In I'Jatksoii Price, :7 1-Ji cents with have been either cniirely cured spared him suchsoidierlike .
' Tn Ulll"nh"rs having established a CIGAR undLTbi County Cm'urtV a JOT, ample directions or greatly benefited Lei causi.-g any to H tried for ,
.\. 'UF.\C WHY in Gad-sden William AdminUtiator of! tlc estate uf KEA1EDY FOR within the last twelve months, by the use of Dr. Pelers' aemeanor., Impropr cries oftJus .diAll'
County Fic-ri-
da within; deceased, u ill RHEUMATISM. Mcdicinat Stomachicac ler with witnessed;
two inilrs Cluincy. intend and prcsuit his amamu, el Hopaticcc within Uu deep regret, hate heretofore been
to carry on the \oiiclieis for settlement with sid rglll K excruciating pain-the state of Georgia. but the 6'otD
J-usincssc.xcnsi\ 'ly thy \ ill fuliil C tate, and decrepitude and defor- entertained beliewas, hat they arose
; to be pray JL
shortest nniic orders ct the diehiarged therefrom./ mil}', an(< the premature old which Mrs. Abncr Hicks thoughtlessness and of the co ''
;: Any quantity: fion age arc the Wilkinson. want of kno s ledge
fifty looiic liendrcd WILLIAM SPEARS u.tuululluti Junta of tho disorder, are suffered Mrs. Capt. James Willis Clemc ,
thousand has
by queaices.
can be furnished dnV. ma Ho ncy wiped araythC&C1'amid
And Mnrinlllld
r themselves that their Cigars : they flatter pctohor 17 I IzZ'i. \\\-iA\ i'| fiuiii despair of a cure, or disappointment in the ctHce Col W 1. F. Bond, do. all arc redeemed. That thou i uiudeineajwri aid
cannot be -
*; equalled, by any made in Florida) having surpassed, if I': IX wt.cks after dale.ijij.Iu'jiKtn will by cy of Ihe numerous pretended antidotes to effect tilt Wayne W. Eylands, Esq. Laurens. charges will not arise again, a gu u"mLcc will win _

\voikuien from Havana and the \orrh., and first i.tc. II :: the Hon. the CoUrt lor the mue! t,) purpose. But thoaC who have made fair triul of Bryan Allen, Esq. do. the bravery and good intentioi of those who I

t :' ; tcrl3ls. JOHN I1TH -ood mar Ictlcis of Adminisiiation/ on the tstate county ol ol Aluns Leon lor DR. JEUB'S CELEBRATED LINIMEN1 Col. John W. Porter, Morgan. narch to the frontier, to meet an J 1 repel tie **''I I
I .' 4-CO. of iid >on late Sanford Chapman foes of the
Oetoufr24.835 / Esq.
deceased. Country.
ll-tf county ASA .'IUNiu. c\cn in calesof longstanding, and of the Jones. '
Jan, iGih Iti3j.: 2j: Civ character, have received certain relief, lUlU most terete Alexander Irvm, Esq. Washington Six months is the peiiod of ser rice limited bj' s

: ''fJi Cheap! Cash Store. 4'\ JU1is1'IA'1- Iiceii cured in a few days, some in hours!many hate Col. Gco. Mathews, Green. law. But before the expiration i'l sixty days, !ltA
I: Oit'S NuTl eterw l.ation
her proper the of the
. subscriber oh.persons in IJoston 011 part
i IX and
THE lifers for Kile low, f.r CASH months ufurilate, I shah vicinity, who were for be
' : r.' : t v.rle.i of ony, j present my -\c. niuily Jillliclcd with Itlioumntism. have : is entertained, thai campaign LI.S7ended
: ) new ; lounis aid Vouchtis
Fashionable !
4. t Goods. Hs stock of G .ods havinbeen and {Juiile/ ou|)ly tci the Hi n. hit Ju,for u linal beitle.ntiuana; lied. Ceitiliratcs nre ill the po on the most ndianu-com purchased Gadbdui : s; of the Cmmly Ui.uu. of tur.proilig tho most thorough mid by Suns, author of Guy Rivers I i liontier. The Governor feels ihct he may ICCurdJ
: terms ; he is conf.di.-ni that county, 'for *i discharge 'from I surprising cures timi.Mii.iof and the \emas- I
) he can make tile Ailii.inivlialoi&hip see. The characters repose on the patriotism and of the
t" it the this powerful LtNBJ BN1' and incidents eneigy
uueicst ol in
. I if pL.nlcis and otheis, to the c talc of t IIRrt'tldlcCIIl i cases wbeic from real life arc all drawn the Territory to this & 0/
give him a call. He would deceayed.v oilier approved applications 'had failed. --Marion, Sumter Green suppress ui provoked ,
4 \ &c. will le
II ten lion or thc, Lndlf's.: c.r. '1'....111.particularly__ cull. the. al.j' Fclmwl'V Ol. J'l. li. AIcCALL, A IIi'r. I recognwetl as ihe leading characters. The revolt of ihe Indians. To that p:uriotism.thellaw bedentlv '
1.' I the great variety---elegant- -- & .Umiste ant.l VICl1l1ty. tn 18J6.:- -- 2r..r.m-- -.. D UI! V HI K'S EYE \-VA'PPn- -- -- .f lairlin South CarCJBn2, i..Lt. .. ___. ..10 _*.scene.. is apptals : and: !pun1tu ,0 Ihl' reouiremcDt. _
I ) which he offer for sale, as wdl and t fshionablcnrticIcs>s the i I NO ICE. For More or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease nn of the revolution.--- -This- "' book&le JlJun should InrJlung be in the period ;sends forth this Pct"fI1'iiIbdl* ." mAYbe c
plunieis who informed.
,,, V would do well to embrace this of i DURING my absence in-in Ta.lahasscc fetid On recent sore eyes the effect is most valau library of every one who takes pride in the achieve -
opportunity sunphinglhemselves my bu- Where the ments of our i GIVEN under hand, at '
with illl" ry.- complaint halt been gallant sires at a time undermy
NegroClahnig conducted ofyear. which tried
and Staple Goods bv Mr. Henry Wudo and in standing men's.souls. } L. S. hjusee. the 15.h 183&
of JM.
at tome
low j
t extremely rates. C. C. WILLIAMS. H gentleman in whom i iphcii) confidence exceeding bad ca.ies.the most unexpectei WM. WILSON. .
December 1835. in his may bo j 111.1cui and, desirable relief has been ( JNO. HE'roN,
; 17tf ability us a fiibl rate workra found in the use of this MIDDLE DISTRICT or FLORUU
2 n and illtc -LEON 0'-
N. B. .-- n\'o water alter SUPERIOR COURT. Governor and C unHaaadcr
I wish
it to be rily of cliuractcr. Thofcc every other had failed.
distinctly understood ol remedy John S.
,'ilIlIl'lt th:1l1 my friends &nd ciiku.n cmona who hate Manj Shepard, In Trespass the At litia of klQrid-
', sell Goods on a credit of f 2 ers, who have hiilierlo used i it, pronounce it the best on the case. '
V months C. C. W that all orders will pulronisi-d$ i.Ju, ore usi urcd aralion for thcso complaints have pro I vs. 1 Summons ad respondendem for Jan. 16th, 183C. 23, -
NOTIj E. be lutufully executed ever met whim William GaneltV .
und '
I 500
punc- specially damages.
cases ofsoreneso o'r _
tualy attended
to. NU14CE.THE :.
inflamotion'of i Hirer .
subscribers .
Simpst tra-
THE beg leare lo inform }Returnable V
the to
I pub1ick, Thoso ho are ind.-bted standing. IVico cents a (dottle. .lJpril Term, 1830. olnl
V they are at this lime well provided to the subscriber, arc I cqnc'tct None I gvndertkenfme, j 4t1cAfvr S900. firm of c. P. Duerr. & (0. vai
are .
Mechanrks. to carry on the with to tuako iintiicdiatu( to Mr. u adc genuine unless signed on the outside ilylt, :and. firm' tfHilt. \ mutual consent en the fin t day of J&Hua1'.
Cabinet 11f1 ,
i ii I king, and Carpenters Busness, in all Carriage its 'l- il my legally uuihon.vd 11)l\tLIL printed immcdinte wnipj cr, by the sole propiiclor, 'I'. KIDDER "I Ganett tf Co.) All persons indebttd to the firm, will ptewe ,
branches various Muccensdi' to the laid Dr. W. T. immediate payment to either ( the ,sower1)a.
and would be J. B. Conyvjy -HE o
V glad to furnish defeaaani
their For sale
in servi Tallahassee, Feb. Ibf 18? at hw Counting Uuom No- and ,all others interested whose 'will be until. runh If
ces any part of the 5. 26.JwBLANKI over 1)9- Qoort take will TCiJflOt| tie same j.wd
country. JL.: notice of
V e V THOS. D. WlLSON'&Co. ol'every cial street, near Concert Hull Boston, nod also by hi* spe the issuing of said, ihe il\tilntion.of said suit,'and npjice. 1 hose having claims agai ist us, viu present

j Q-uucy Jon. 16th description fur Sale appointment by Drll attachment and to appear and them,forthwi _' VI t
| 1836. eowtl9tMtr. plead to the declaration r. F
filed in "
Yo.: the said
. ofco. I PERKINS & case accor C.- DUEl H.
'' t V Ttljabwsce MArcb ,ding to the statute( in such ease made and I < .
.. -- IV .-. 41&3J. No.. a provided. '. : if'JOHN :BUAR: PEACH'If "
Ju.VImI ,
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