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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 27, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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< NE,\STORE _. _T -T.. we t i-T--I,.bisGoi i ernmentaddressed -t'
IO AND GROCERY.rf : ; ; t.the Secretary of State,1I note(of-- { -
the THE
1'osrrbcr1; ," united for themselves the purpose under of es- FLORIUL. feeing the mediation which was replie i to, un. b

: i'ClIC)1\) Maner, tISLort der direction ofthe President the I Secretary
hJ
. rI1 irltl'' 4'( St. Marks, a (;rocrry /* hy
'n
te\ W' and' of Bute.
1. IbiI; 1 1'h.ci buitdiugs beingIarC.' :: _

It Jikricc l'r"l nce &rl1f1ll'g to the j f The' letter of Mr. Bankhead which is
fllfISl' ( probablya -
I Cotton loITpnJam
r GtlIS) nnd "
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: "LAIS8EZ'NOUS FAIRE. .
IIJI"to11f't7ri'i";
t'tII attention ofthe addressed
f.mh counterpart proposal J
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'h'CS I yuy "
1t111'llthr'11c r eei: ;; ( : thtIl1 to n lIberl "Iau'c 01.Itl'OI I.t: -- !-- __ 1. -- !I ':I i to' the French Government,) whilst it expresses 7 9:

. 5 \Ill tII.-I\Jlltb' '1 Iie&i nnI;.PItHS of L he Tcn lOiy.1iu III aIc ',tmQ 5'/atLQ( Q.W smnB )I'IEmmWAm' g .W3a Y4DtL. V it. .s. i the regret with which the British Govern- l i ira
.1..1, : w
(.1111 P'1 tot l'tIlIlIl ,11 1c.rIa. I\*thc111 cIIIJe.\\- -V --- n--- 1 : .-----.f. F-I i' ntJ1al trit '.essed the progress of the misunderstanding ;'

'I1P"iuro betu e'en France and the United .
and infl 4
of choicc \- NOTICE. -S
V'1 ."Ult u&'iIJy& APALACI11COLA
p. tc IbJIIJ c .I
l'ro\'i.ions of'el' States ia understood to be
entirely respectfulto
,
and )
l, 'P rGIO"I'II, \veeksaftcr date I shall apply
,
I rtl'. q1iLiC"ntIt1)' 1 11 rd\I1IS: ane PIl\1't'rs<'., WIIfinll I SALES POSTTONED.In SIX Judge ofthc county covirt for both'p ni. Great Britain, beinjj:: closely '
'I, Their ore is now
I. J.C\II"U'I, to tllLlr illlct tl. ra.'I PEACH; consequence of disturbances with the Indians in I ministration on the estates of Moses S. united to each ofthe two powers, anJ entertaining :.
BLAIR ,
grcL L'! .10HX AElt.t Floiida the sale of the town lots advertised for on the22d Martha E. Ha:an deceased late of said for both the most friendly feelings, is )
orell- W.\1. Fhbruary is postponed until Tuesday the 19ih Jan. 23d J836. 24 6w BKNJAMIH '
L. it.h" 1..:-tc.,. 2.f: lav of April, iu"xl' induced (propose her good office for the .t

, f-l'b'. -'-:- :: l'OllKE, ---I NOTICE. adjustment of their difficulties, uncle: the belief -
..1.tEII. I rhiE %\'hole tract Land called Forbes' Purchase
Jr.iutr q.VtW, r trJ:, .It nmouiiiiu to alHiut TWELVE HUNDRED SIX WEEKS after dateL, I shall apply that it nay be effected on principl js of justice '
10J
I (1'IIl1fC'o1: Ca- \ble the Judge ol the County C I and is consistent with the nicest ..
t :,1" :.tal s1rtarzs 111OUSAND A'UES, siiu.itMj ill Middle Flurida, n manner > -J
) Or'1 ILo cno! (.1' tWill:; Talk$ BcocllclHlslat- u.-tthcr w-ili the Town of APPALA/'HICOLA, county, lor letters administration UII sentiuents of national honor. The let- H

I IS,larJrllltl1, 1.. Lnr l-l.\sW, nlo Pill and and the) adjacent Islands in thc Guljth Mexico, ha- Samuel Miles deceased. U. 1\1 '
of understand
'. ter ,. -
idcboardsoii Forsyth, as we reciprocutea ;
,. :' F b. 4th. 1936. SS-Sw
,'J"S'- \'Ih) \\I'OJ elr nllrlllc tOp ving beencstitl' in the subscribers as trustees. by >
I rt""rJblCj 1.\I ii L(1(1(1 lr. lh friendly sentiments expressed by the
Cen Drtosll; 1 burcis, \ and lor all the use of all the proprietors. NOTICE.4LL .

\ ';1'lIlllrS., and cler\' ;rlJrlc UI'l' S1'tll fl\l\bil a I'I Notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday, the 23d having claims aguinst fir British Government, and, without i idulging .

.13rll. !Or\ ItldtIII lit't.I., I'l uil .'cr.lI. tll:1t: ,\'111! gle day ol Febiu.uy ii( xt, at I IU o'clock in the forenoon persons late Thomas \V. Scabrook in necdlivs accusation gives such a view of I : ;f

..c. n. .Iall. : oJ 1. \\ 'I the Directors of the Apalnch.cola Land Companywill authenticated the of the show '. .. t
to
cU-aIC.: --- render them as* properly : present posture subject, us
( ( cxpos o to sale, ntpublie auction in the Town J AM ES G
si ncd.
of that the efusal France the :
execute treaty
NOTICE : to .
.
of the Lots in the sai cJ
Apaiachicola, liuildnig tc\\'n 'Tallahassee Feb. 1836. 264w.flbninistrator's .
I
I I i :if u' ilaic u c *'.nl!t MiSii.il our accountsliV. I agreeably to a iCltifieJ plan thereof to be exhibited of 1851, amounts to a denial justice, on .' J.

. .n '(\. .r,. :1* CX'III41rs( 0:1: i.c. .'$'ale ol liar- at the time of sale. of her part, and when connected with the preten- T., l

. *" ,\.i". ,', I' ,: ,? ,!' : Ufla1! > t;< iMvy C mr; '1 l-c etns of s.ie will be one fourth cash; the residue persons having claims against : the sion on which that refusal is founded involves .* *\

... ." 'I J' Il4 4tI!I..dl'r-- '. ..- I i.i I ihioe iumu.il I i instalments, with intercst, and ALL White deccrs.ed are i .
; "I" ot: ) \ national interests of the highest ore er; inasmuch :
,. ; J.: JAb J. UCiWILUA.MW. h; u Inn tlii- juyuiuiii made, and securities fjr ilo n .
them wit iin the time prescribed by law '
, UA11T.X talll'Cllt:; pi\LH, acc rdill: lo the Deed of Tius, be forever barred. uliuseiitdebted to as it proceed from the assumption that ..

r r.J: 16j; 15GmI I and the ii tick'*, 01 i .ibbociauun, a clear title in fee simple requested to make! immediate pavlI\dlL de a foreign' power v ho>e acts are spoken of by '..i'r.i :
I ----- ---- "ill be inadt. JAM'KS: lc of President ofthe Limited t $
-- UnHcJ Slalcf.M | the States, n a mes- i; :
f "ii the l'rcs lclIl i/'t/ic New 101'1\, Dec. 15th, 835. Feb. 6tn 1836. 26 Sw transmitted by him to Congress in obe"l \
: 1 1, AM IU' JACKSON, LUUIi JcLA\. sage '
r' ""t .-M L.\.CL"11.1W: tilt I : :ulli 4l ,'\nienca, elo CliAS. AUu'd; D \VJS, } Trustees. Regular Packets between :l. JUarks for dicnce to his constitutional duties, and which t

111 '':'I''I. '11 .',U dii..daUu; \ lit hat' a public MC Ju EPU .\. \\ HITE.The Tiie schr. Lady deems itself agricved by the langtage thus :%ij ..
,
1Cld. ,) .i"'i' v .ltrurllr.III| ;: llir iClIltJflfl"J. Dirctors of the Apalachirolala Land Company -I and held by him may as a mailer c f rigl l t require .,, _
.\Iard. nexX lor the ton M. Svraim, scLr.
|*!IJ.1. "II' \. ,, iVuh.iy i t."uls1:11111!; *:'' Me-. hums. of f the feirinj Li) the above! advcitiscmcnt offer at ptii.iiu Win., Leeds, will apply front the United slates, a direct official ex- "" !'
'i f'lt' jHI'J.t' talc! ill such quantities us be wanted, the '
*'' I" liartumal tU\\I1 .* may the season. plan :ion ot"such language under the penally ;
; I''"i ll1p ; i
,. l'l.i \ tract ot Land Know as "Forbes Purchase lying
'
( St. '
,.r th'I"I': .:4"t! I III ra\ ,.1I1d UIStuIC1 "IZ bci\\e' n i lilt- Rivers Apibchicolci St. Marks nd i' P. H. SWAIM, at of such consequences as iho olTeuJed party > : i F

I S, ,,11'I .( :,( il'Ia711 I : .. .La fofl"r.mri1i'1 t.' extcn.iillilhin; i I i MX tulles, ot Tallahasacc. In this Agents.
. : .1: l"u h.lt 1 ., 4. aud *' (C..Ibul; t. ttuct is to be lound sonic of the n nest cotton and su- : iStf The of this *-)1
h'aI'H" .
Nov. 1st, 18:15.: incompatibility pretcisionvith ?/ ;
'. '' IOlIto': :;;. .ir lands ill thc iiHitlicru ulbo tracts of the I .
. !" r,i I country
;ii \rI 4Jf of constitution with the [|
L 'j1.) : .'j'S' I t. -I': ,., tllll (1.1Cti.'i''l1 Iouji5'li5p lmcst pii.u I LIIus.111.1 extensive liuctsof ,live oak; but GJJRDEJ% the theory our zinc '' i

i II'_ -4 I as ]lHlnlu'crs will exaiuinc lor themselves, a paiti.u- SEEDS from the New practice under it-the ground taken by the : ,

II UIJL elf rn': e 25. lai iJcbcnjitii.n is LiIiiieces.&ary. The title to purchaseis GARDEN For sale Ly President in regard to it-the impojsibiiity of ;
.
II! 1'i wVS.o'gpsfi.. will be the baiucas fur the town lots Apalach.- GEO. his from that & his 'lt
4 : ,w-hjtt't. ; J,2, 3,-ami 4>f range 27. ci 23 tf departing ground- consc- :
r P .111.1 3uf, l\le 2i.I laThe \ inability to subject a right so ssenfial to j
i .?\.. tll\\t iI'III.! : 'town df A pjialacicoh is situated at the mouth NOTICE. quent 4
i ; 1, '. ;"1..1 ; e.f11 e :I.ub' I. fur- the and honour of hi f
lOini'
.
t :
? il; l \ \ oftlu'livti 411 1 I1 chJiiuname on :t. dorse's bound months after date application independence countryto
.
S, : :M t t tzcLii ClII.; I'Qtl (/: "" in mil,an. in Uc: j till| h of .vltMco. It u the weapon ol'lhe Uiir& SIX Imnorablc the Judge of the ; the control of any foreign powei, however '.. .

'U.l1.11'i ot! "*-8- l' 1 J. 1-*>i 44_ -u w auu lU-(:'. \ CJi..t.ilM'urlier I1 hilt, ChIp >la, Apal ducol.1,and the county of Gadsdcn\ lor letters of of great might be his confidence in it i justice or .. /

,Iii U.'lo.lIi..jlfo. ll C.r: lii.KUiai slic.niii, aid: is cUIiIlt.ch.u'lth the JN'caleslate of '
P.
tit I ; 11.:11\.1 ii-2r.frnn.-oir! the estate of John impartiality) ot to do or consent to act by ,.t
I / JI\ 11.U.IIII.hlll;; IUVMIS 4.1 L-olumbi.b und livvinlon, and \\'. D. ? any
'1 )Jt%.'' Hill.ailo, l I .!, .,1 ,:.It:!.' 1C. \. uti !Ie ii.-ir.c.s ol aieii I I ai.d fertile plantations in dec'd._ IH3U._ .A 4". > Urn n which the influence of this princi >l lc, in the ',:: : '
Janlst.
i .f''f\\"I"" ...1/1" II." 1-L.4H4- 13., .fl.t.l"f. 17. _, tj corr.la, A.a:'.1I11.I. anU I'l-aida, '1 he expuils of cot- J Uuincy. tu action of our political system can >e obstructed ;. ,
> GlIlUi. :II"J f't'lt"I1..1 i-O..uships 1 1J 1 j. ._ b. forin4 FOR SALE
.j..III. : .1 1" IM.DI Uiii 1Oll..L\'c en icguljjjy increasing under land
e'Uun mid ; impaired, are as we : fully ,
-\rndtl.al".s ,) tUWUS t
:. 'I i'I '\Vi* j ; iu:; i i.i" } tai-aii4l, u is sti1)jued will this yearecteii BAt ItELS Prime Pork .
1'4, i? I I.j I JiiU'Ju, uultb.'i 1 00 Fair d 1 9. un stated by the Secretary of.Stale. .
j 1 ", :', C, *.avd 5,and tractions: :I town lJ1pfI steamboats find .. a :
?'I i I > : b uchc to t.ttLcn already constant loa sacks (5 bushels each) With this avowal of the Presidmt's senti:4" :
\.-,l 1' \l'llu..d"'S4.'i.UiH,) ir.iclKnial .U\\lIbhJ" tiuj'Joyiui!'! in A>n its \\.ttcib, and lc-\ untnei have &'. the of dep this and it "5
Seed
'Iron plantation ments on point, an uxpli reserva- of.
and I U
: A.ruUiutfceUini,) toxviisiup ,
.I i.
:. iur 1t'"J.aIlI.CIILlIll"| ] ncbliuie and com- '
I ', 1'I'\"II1'Cl" Apply to | ] re* lion of il, the offer of mediation is excepted: .
.
,1:
t: ; I.C'I.C, tiuu lii.jsc uoideim; un the rivers above uen- \. 7lf
A II.II'.,1 ,) 1, 2,3, .. 4:;. -f, and tf, fractional. 1 town I tillia.u.I February \: _. as and the hope is expressed that the good ofhi"j'T'jres ;

u. ', .. .". "I 'I.t d.itiiu.) ha"u."a I ion tJ- Apal.irhfola! has ben se-ltled but a few years and EDWARD. of a third party guided by the elevated con- :J *

: ::1. "i ., i',' :..t: claiaij) uud tow l1jp 1 13 of those u .i' li i.i vc l.hl.ei I _:".u llit-ii, liuvmg no IIILt.lc.i. :' *S B /ltlomcy siderations which have prompted i s intcrposi- ,"

0.1 t.. I in tire S.'ii, Ii.I.., j.. LI Iii' uiu luiiiii lu its itn- ffllr| *tttl OFFICE in .. '4
L:1.: : a"LO-. nd frariio.inl 1 Lon i successful 1 in rctoriri all the relations !
:, ,. 1. :. S township maybe
] \ f. individual
I'I tV&tillil.S lu. .lu-r t.an t>uueii tlieii con- I next door to I J',1
\ ,\ J 1":0)* {'llItH!I .) L ,t'Hlt11 t 111ntIlIl' b\t.IIII.'II: :..11.01 au.nu inn [y lul have already J4J fj'J' Druggis.1.Jan. France "nd the United States to a '. I II

t U' 1'I\I't.l onuI' cluniijj iuiU'I. tU\HIl: l' I.S, 01.\:1111.:1dc t'I i .iiivi.luais> lebiding at Aialachicola !_ 30th ( J I fiiendly footing Such we under; land is, in le. i.,. !

,:: ''1., 1. 1 Con.inbus aid: INcvv oil., \> liu' h.ive algr"td 10 cicctfue .- brief the of the the r i :
I by
tenor girm
I ,j. '"ii" illoviiisitip 3, .uwAs1ups 2, 3, 4.5. G, 7, puH>fouilein! _,!> on the :.1ll1lulS \\ .delay, and Lumber Wanted. response '
t. .. .' .., :' {Ml.4'tmvuiMiJp-s U.'. 10), II I 1, and 1 It, il.er' n.e.ibiiie uju' ue nni.ediaiciy uuopuu Lo muke endorsed ,) Executive to the proposal of Great! Britain. tI

i.njL .si vi'..1-uouJu"s CtU411, .11U leivxr.&hip 13, uf .urh ptin.aii'ia luijiiuveiiteuib ab will, 110 doubli PROPOSAL- by the subscriber I I In connexion with the foregoing statement, t : i.

14. .. -. I nuke IL as Juaiiliy a |'na<:u ul iCsiUciici l : us Is Lobe ot, Maich: for supplying timber, and we also think it proper to Sd). thaI!, as \\o arc ; 't
'- 1.2! "S, 3, C, 7,5,3, 10, 1 II, 12, and j jot.ai. 1 '
i, .
.UK ,
j \ t
iiielitli iu any cay &.ml.i til i'0i iu. ber.ls m.L1Ue necessary for c an. lelinj: t! I informed, the letter acceptance contains no ':.:
1;;, : :< JiJ.:; =I. u( (':lioiinu ia :, aim has secure builiin at Chaitahoochre, : "
uq; C.1I"'UOU) anj j senal now
: :. C 10 11 1 12 and g f I lisavortalo oi: intention. to menace
1'1.; ); ?, ; 7S,0, all j new any
cjl'jl'av lit uiuv. clay: 11lflt"llI, u.d; Is LU.lumc-iJ UII This material must be of the best <
.. I.,..., -' hllb lilljl tin ca. il nab L\\ U clilroUICc-OIlC Dy pine, lice no..i sap, rot, and lar!c : l France, or to question the good laiih of her I ,

l' \\\.It-Iq', : < J. 2,3, .li.5! 6,7,8,9, 10, 11 I 12, and I i the *'i...ast 1'asi,'' adintllin; \c>bclbol OUU Ions having baweJ with sq Hal C edges, and conform King in the message of IS31. O>i that subject i

1 I. ..a,_< -2.:'. I 1J(j :e-ct.o\e the liar at hits \' an-r, tile oilier by the will be prepared from lime to tim, : ;
hM.i.i.ai! i nvitship 1, ofraiv:c 29 j .. Mr. Livingston in i his oificia.: character, 7: i
\\ i>l t'",-, having l'ti to lj heeL ai lo* water, udniiUin I II con r.LcLOr lor his go vcrnmciit. ,
Tile .''ic w i.l ;uu hi at I :
; II". : 'j.' ;.t. ,<* tc Cntii by law' liir; thc Ubc t.1,\ 4 VciacU drat\ iiig 6 Icel xvalcr usually lu.id at fsrt 1UKI., Mincificial inch measure: and -- -- and.Dis statements were subsequently 1e 1fT ;

u ,-i, ", j ui.i4.s.i < xu ltr jjuiuaiy or Lit 3C1' j
&.> II... .ir t.\-.did iio.Halc.. i ; 11UJ baks. lfnH11J1I. within 3 miles of the wharf Appatachicola.
t.l I yiti; Arsenal : ; State and his at tho '., 1 j
: of Washinj-! ol by :
i 'r.\'hud. at tu clly ; message
u:\ in i
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tu \ I i.: and ihobc ol l>UU tons lake their cargoes Payment to be made on delivery
.J U toiler!; .\.D. I I3J.. I I A'S commencement of the sesion.. Tho '. ; :
:"" .11 -,1i..ai.u..c,4\; ( iJiin .ix tea naleb, in secure anchorage in the cent as security for the fulfilment of I present : 1

I t.1-I'' t: I .> .:> .II'. .\ 1JtU.\\'J AClvbON.u.AN j I .Sound.Leiteisoii. tract. I approbation thus-expressed, include, both in ;

.; A t I'nuv, I, tile abo.e lands to be ad- be received the
sn'.ijertof Before ii fan firm and substance the nation that:
all. exp! ,, : j
OiTicc
Cv....iu &iuncM'f die Genera Lind I liallzell Pdcr1J chel Je hn and tccable to
41reMd l'
> ti> ouiaa .v spected pronounced '
be onslstentI1111 the natureof .f j
can ever given, %: ,
Offices of lilt C. States who ,
CJI.I rnan, 'tr Hc.ljalflhl't1t11 \I1l, at the Master Builder for t .
1 Mil) "". PRC-E.MP 1 1'.0Cl.. \1 1 A:':. Hie A !oldl.Ct.l, i l.allJ Coiuji n'y at Tallahassee or to do justice to the pirties: concerned.! ; our government..and the circur dances of ;I

; P"i.-dJ I "i..'. tt r.fb'of.'c'-LJultli.m. tu any .1' ; :\,. l.hic u.i, 01 III ilie city o:' jCew Yoilc, to Benjamin A lew l good CARPENTERS, can find : the I case. In speaking on 1 h. referred ,- ;av ,

., 'r.: .e..; I tl. .., ll'UJ'.1 ".. !JH. '4 Uic .unc" l!, I Wooi-sux Kudu's.Liti.ogiapmc I melt on the Arsenal. to of the character. and design of the ]
.' '. J .I. hci.e.\J'11.4 1tCLJVZ 1'11 1' ': and its vicinity .1=0. \ 'i
*< s Apal.ichicola, ,
aj
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of 1S34 Uie President 1 not at all .. i
Message :
d :,. ..,' : t .,' 1.1! liiay t In: &ui II at tie lolloxx 1,1.lces- Licut. U. S. Army, :

u", L. .H'i..( ., I lu :\l1".J 1, at the l.Hi.ulll1c Trustees,or of the Chattnhnricce. Feb. 12. Iri36. depart from the gro.und on which h :has always ...' .1 I

.. ,: I .'j, 11,t i I lit u. J, :>!i. \\ l.iu-at \\ ushin,:ton, 0. C. ; : stood ill this, contiovcrsy; because, in both + :

- - I.: J Inhau .-s<..in5. C., at ihe ollice of Richard Car 7n = J __ cases, ke addressed himself to functionaries .' t t4

I H.cJaa n. I THE 11I1 ;) ofthe American Government, in tile exercise .fi 11. j
'. iiILhi John P Williamson. '
\ (j co. V ** i
Colii.nuuUui.. J. iJilliiiuliam ". Co. his Agent I of that very duty intercommunication with :

Tuuaiiaisto. Flo Thomas, 13.iltz.ctl. fact, to act I them for the inviolability of\\hicu, by foreign ;; r'.

.\pthdu\'uIJ! Uirain Louise his absent c, \ I powers he has so strenuously contended.. To n

.\C\ (.hicaus. Abij'i'i' Fisk.luJIt mob! expedition.! FIc has placed further this .O
have ettered into explanations on
Notes anti Accounts til' ;
: -, Janus Innciarily, or Uo\.ks, ,
Cluilrs E. Shcniitin.Fei.safob that all indebted to the undcrsigrcd i point; even with third party, especially: after : ;

; Jol n Inneraiily.TJie tic their respective accounts as soon the demands recently made by ho French ... 'j

: iitliuxxin: ; Papers \\ ill ptilhs the a'.jovc! daily en-i'lc! his Attorney to meet the Government, woulD have involved an abandonment : 1:1:

, fir one xxe-eK, am-ihcic.ifier: once a \\'eck. until the! I His shops will. bcroniinucd_ .. us in nnd ;
i nr- of Ihe- principle quest. on,' ]jn /
f] ;IE"ADC WALl suKlvholoalo and UcJ -; J l.uh Kebiu.nv', and :.lId their bills to the ollice of thicDaihy superintcneencc! Dl Mr. James west I' the .'
1 *' Ad v i ru!cr lor payment.Unaon will be able to give general sali other respects have been derogatory to -t
;:J in lYcilrrieU ctlllty.l\JtJ. by C. Ilcrston"nfcriioiimthe I Courier, I'hiladelphta\ N. Gazette, DAVID character of the nation. : .

i 1'1tclI\ \\ ilia III'. JudUiuo. 1 Charleston Courier, Feb. 13th. 1935. .,- \ .

\ !i tie uouu; .\JI..;IIICI.t is utl'yicd 10 tile puhlicas aai I!I BaltllllvrcIIIt.ril'lIl.'avaitiia1ticorgian,, New Orleans Bee, NOTICE. The aceeptanee.of the offered! mediation ;: : i

t'and j cciijin Icme.Ifur JII 'j nhilinatu' diseases: i I Cmriimau. Gazette, Nashville Banner. whilst it is so guarded as tocctnpromit, in 'j .
JclfII'h have of inedicu Subscribers anxious to close
CICI.ce. soJo.isli'illle-dthc: skill I i: 'fahlahiasse.! ., Dec. 50th il td THE late firm ol Ken-and Stur the slightest degree the essential interest of :' Ii 1 .

1 Lt White Sveflnnf every dp rnp1ion. I IJ IN LIUX: sui'iauou couur, S.IIe. thc cnl ire Stock Goods at St. the country, has yet been made with such i- :

i ire 1.. j:" and tliTrsi.f! lonj Rlandnij:. j :To March Term, 1835. int! to saiil firm. promptnes, and in a manner so fhink and conciliatory ;:

( J fc'ciitrriiMjf (il.iiljl.ii: 'l'u IllUur!<. particularly P. KElt1l, Ex.'r. Wm. Kerr. that however it may res' lit, it mustnecessarily ';
")"lianJ-'iicdtunKiuibm 0. STURGEP. Adm'r
WInCh ilteu DANL.
llahe
Wuilieu Iii lrCJ.ts Charles i
'"BwtiTiinr.alc i ill ,. Feb. 20th 1&3G. strengthen the alread) incontesta -t. 1
T u>cfiai'dvJi.! fiA.Wil I Vs /IN ATTACHMENT St MuikN ,
: elu.js, or .\\..t %".i*c jm.jji.u 1uoL) the name Ira -uiiLIiit, ) blejuslire of our course. It is a new proof, f[-11"

0 Catarrhs: of c\t!ry J!scritUoi.| I rgMilideieiuant, Ira Sanbom.and all other pcrB NOTICE. added to the many before given, 0" the earnest i t:

tJt tAi llu: > uiuntic I'uit of thcjuiiits. I huH initicalcd are hereby notified, that a u lit ALL persons indebted the desire of the United States to COif C to a good I
C'li sued the. Clerk's Office es arc icqnestcd tn m. ke
$ out ol
Jij-raun i and Dru: caof c\ciy description or in ot .lll.ldllllellllaL been 'fJ
with the Government Franca
\ those having dc iands n understanding t
and that And
tle\cr 1'.11 tl'ltU1h:. 4il Luon JIIUII. Ill the above std case, they ment. .
: ) and to the dcclalution will them di-ly (' that it be met in n corresponding spiritbythat ;
th.1'cucr/Ouf titlLiud, *. In tlii-cunipant! the pa tire heieby nqiine.t 'otippcur pliad present may !
"? ','it.iunjij.Uing; the 'Jintu l1t must keen the nail acc'jidi.i tu the lulutu in bud case mode and ber.- within lh= time prescribed by Government, and may issue i in the per- f:

t o..1. WiI'I-. piovulcd J \). A. BliliTHELOT, P. Kerr, Ex'r cf Wm. Kerr. formances of her engagements, and in the restoration -ot .
STURGES. Adm'r It
Ih fldl-Uin IStf Attorney lor Plaintiff.co'l"l'ON DAN'L. D. '
lb3J.
orpaitsaircctod b ui l'O"t.' Dec. 1-2 .
) interco and kind }
It is aK St. Marks Fib. 20 1836. of a friendly e !f.
oat of the Le .t icii.rdics fr Burns and
cad: ;, between the two countries, must cer- r. ,
Itc feeling,
CilH! pain and dran the liio' out i in a J3AGGIISG-TWINE NO'IiCE.AL p.
fcwrtiinn.. I demands certainly be the wish\ of every An erican. rt.
LL having
For ROPE 4'c. persons
Iniljir.rd!
A.. Women's Dreasts. and (Glandular. of St. !
late
i"\Clllllg, IIIS bupc1 r to all)' I ecli in'etjII: ;n.t j TIlE SUBSCU1BEU wjhbc supplied! ihisFall with Slurges dcceacd them -' Time only can determine wheticr this wish i .

lLc If II.cJ.c.al ftcu1ty 1t i flluch t\afci: luau lII'rcurwl ati assortment ol Goods selected by himself (or this ty, will required present law to duly is to be realized. In the mcaiiwhile, it i is I" '

to;J uy 1'l'ciloLrlioli 'Jr llaat matNlat,) because it does \Jarkct, and offered for kale on reasonable terms aslierwIire time yDANlEL D. E. doubtless due to the high character of a mediating -

tud.; JIJ the l'ahcut', !IiJ.IJc: o illjcry from expose toTlllsOjntincnt 1'.. Cast lion lor KBainebed cash, viz Pot: Ware-English, Sweeds gt. hrks, Feb. 20, 1336.I : !I, power, as well as to the conciliatory i.

ir.e. \ !.1" curcd sores of many years stand i! and American Iron-Sanderson-* Cast and Machinery EXECUTOR'S '. sentiments_ implied" in our acceplance t' of the
'b
t1.\frul i 'Ic'u''l"l'0''hlu'c;' <" Imprudent heal the 1 I S.tel--Sljcet Iron-Braizers.and Nail Rods- the first day of auo'i.. oiler, that the discussion ot reta lalory measures !

I Can'. :U>* j ill CUII'qUClitfl of llw bone Iiecuaiing Hoop Iron-Hardware--Cut.ery-Mechanics,Tools; ON 1 uesday bidder on the on part ofthe United States,.be suspended -
us q-,
IDtn'hc: or fotten, u u ill ttop tho pro reia of the an'ics. Loosing G I las-es-Bonnets-Couon-Seine Twine the Real and Personal until the Intended course of France shall 'f
Le (iuaiuiy cl I the discharge, remove the ol Lath Cord-Hope and Leading Lines fcuruituie- sel'vet all atioo,
rwIlsI!\- ": .- Ware the Estate of ilia late M. G. \ I have been satisfactorily ascertained. But it
.
; and l'HJ: the. |pi.iii. Blank ana oilier Bookh-Willow and Wood ; to 40 N exis- )
hCIUtilU( \\'( r.ii'doiifc \Vluiluivi. on an atmli Bask'tb-Guweries-Carpe.ing-Boots and fchoesAx. 1200 acres of first rate Land i Slates is perfectly consistent with the pscific motives
t:1jui tJr 4 1lours. Wheel 10 Mules Cattle, Sheep,Hogs, l : ( ;
s-lniliati Rubber GeK ds: Iron AxHs- which prompted the acceptance ( f the media- 1
IhfIJIIt would
: $ "III" which have "told to liccnnuJl i ih.tth.atlt. CuUivators--Tin Ware-Sperm en Furniture. 4'c. : ,
s.i long as Barrovvs-PJonghs-
made known on the day lion and with the hopes i is cali ulated to inspire I
< >un''r-' fnircs, inndiciimto belukiMi I in Patent and Fancy Candles Ready Made Clothingaddles -- Terms )J ) : ,
\\ .
of the Executors, :
Mdl.\ to ftinovc them Hals and Goods- By trdcr that we should proceed without delay,
fiilirelv. Hut in most coininoii --llanies>s- Caps--IJry R. J. ( ; known ,
\.val'i'ly ngthia (jiuuueiit directed Pain.sand viis-SLOne. Kirthern Glass and President to make \ ;
? will; t-Mernully' as Ding*, tCth Feb. I!3C. ; pgrt,)t us recommended by the ,
I\'u Tallahassee, ,
rdlefAlld iu wluM. Ware German I
even old leo\lc. China 1oyii. for piotecfmg our
PItI112tc! LCt:1I of lunger .taI1l1JII", 11 will eac the GEORGE LANMAN.. -flbSalc to cri mcncc at I 11 pe '.,i the requisite preparations
In. seaboard in a
and for placing our 1
T" Tallahassee, Sept. 20, Ifc33. 7tt' upgr s commerce,
.11 JVeat Carriage
foC:1 eUJ1tu". uutl mtl'lcrs of \'esseIs this ointment j Xp Iuiv. complete tato of defence.-The dutythuiudfspenable
1UUIoI.LeIIY la'uak'' it beint __ THb .. with these I
au winter on oar coast Storage. \ duly of prooeedit g
er;' c regard j -
9---;
rl.lIlJ cat
'"IU l1icts Clulblamg, affcctc! very
" wILllbut '" on or parts L The iiibstrilic has Wij, .M lot carriage, qr- measures, iss too obvious to net d a moment'sreflection. '
-iswuc in nllchJrc
l'rc1i'cs Us qualities i J '
l11 : o
finished
tk..A\ anJ 1.4te-ly connnodiuub a ltrgt'Co311 .- nearly *, ; \ 4, iu & we trust tho National Legislature }
,ma sof I'.miiiat-u.ucMrcry.lWm t .et & their acts, tin
tMtiinony proving the value of thu will in this instance exemplify
.tni ; With his'c't lino'iir t, l sc, . .
tecekiit; iiKNlieme will oshewu; to those win Sited wliich ea\sv._.. ., Feh.> 6 18:16. 26 4vr ,( : which one 'iu is so
( -- theory
:g.t.'-r iBiurmation A ill .enable huii to hoisu i from the \\.aLher from"SOOt. c\,by remark, to_ every
un applicalion to Dr Ller TOWN LOTS FOR
l' flto>a oof lUll autliorizeU .a enls. I JOOU bales. .rhl-s "'liomay'Iore tltcir Cottondlhllim N 1 of .dI ready tp icnt-\hat the surest and,cheapest
L.otso.S2
sale ;
>VB IMA archss ihaitfrerynttcntion will.be tie.tied priVat is a timely: and
the ii7OI oltL ty siHiaal..appointment II FOR the North Addition of OO .tbe defenceagiunst.aggreion.
; towards US Kali tecl'iilt. t '
uud ttJrruuled njiue ittI'F
C. U. PLUKINSS.; < DRUGGIST. :t.MarkJan. 13, lif, &'W. DORSBY, I Kit' f'fJly.IO'' ,. 29tt n. r .t/. udftijuaVo | rfijartttiop,to repel

T&U.l-- .ttno'ir mmL' \ bW4l8 J
.e January:'tt l, jJ..
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: ----- D so s.'wboJ; v or wo' 'mj.tereaf1) !.,Tc etyc.a.ny r l ands un'lit the ':'l'errtory &co lei a State f 1J -
c r------- ---' f rbe t'eolutions o&"eted on yesterday by 111f.; nns, t

.. t: .. of the ye'COUIlCil' 1 read : the nn4 beingreqUirr40fl: : thque.tiop I siIk sum tl(,sumsIthUwithout: dttyp.y !e tii sinii.r byihose conlnhissioners under :raid: act is to ,be dttlt: _,.
LegiSl wet again yeaa' nays 'wilhfiut an1.defatcaiion.4r. oQo tile trtssurer01, Ih.- Ii rom rum ,ur. 'I'h'. believe that "
andI3ertllc uDder
nrtheir adoption by:sne8srs. Dennis 'Ffriilflry. iobe held hyiiim; f r such poorqr: ophafl 'chdfrel! I v ral I seclunS have been leased but how t.'lIt ct Ie.ot .
mUM OUR L ;
lCUNTINUED 8T.J asked and" *.. were Te 'messrs.. Berthelot, Blount, Deli i ii; Hollo tnb distnbuteU fur thefruse, in sucl .waDner os may be dlr* I what prices hey have been 1nDble to learn.many to ,,
; IJnllumm to n.lIce
The
; : previous
mr. pur..uant
;
: man, Kenao, Macon, M'Cunt8 and 1\1'Neil-B. Naps led hy law. I treasurer has mftrmed the com 11iueehatlevtral.1t terrl

i .f; .uthaincd ICII\'c to introduce n bill eititIed, an act tn a. mr. President, me8rS. Brown of Columbia, Brown of And be It.Dlso. further; resolved, That any officer or utht.r I utTered to pay into$ the treasury the rents due upon'

.j .c twhd t.he 6 cverial actd now in force relating to the revenue Jackson, Burritt, Downing, Duval, lIi illb(1tham. Hun- person, \Vhri tr..s or may receive any such stun tr sums, and t but bt'in ummthnrized, he has refused to receive

.. '. .of thc Territory of Florid:!." which was read and refer. ter, -Johnson Morton, Ram:1-y, Smith, Tabor, Walker shall fail to pay, or cause the same tt.bepaid over tu the 13HI! I rhe cummitre wtJuld respectfully auch'meur 1.

? '! J'cd i'o the illancc committee. and \Vond-15. So amid resolutions afro lot.ri treasurer: : as directed ill the "bove rfsnluliun, hall be liable hiI I Ct OLIOCZI, the pisage or a law, 1) authouize and make toI l
it
i 1 I. ".. 1nr. llcrthclot Rave 1I.lice that en some future day bef he bin entitled, IC an act to incorporate tile Pensacula Steam indic.liuent.bt itiesupertor court, and.to fhlein double the tt ur the ttrritorial treasurer lu receive demands and tdQ

f -. will illtro.lucc a bi1l for the relief of ihtJentsa) Bank, tn Saw.mill ," was taken IJII. Blnunt med reconsideratiOfl amount 0(" ouy SUCh RUin or,6ums of n"mey, whi h he shull tiO I I the reuts umv due and that nn y htreafer d I
up
1 :; .:. t\bich wai asigncd the uccounts El Secondino Segui, aDd company of the vote oy whi h said bill had been passed : Jail 10 pay In the saii Ire surer.Vhich I such leases, and I making I he cn1misnner: bcme ,
: \ were read and laid un the table until Monday I said treasurer Ji.r actji tiune by of the :
: ,Johtl P. Bootb former nfficl'rs vi this Hou8e. Il
tt which prevailed. sverl
;
\\ Rdofl'ered the ( resolutions, biting In school lalll requi 'he
mr. fIIU\ving ing
mr. llams'y offered the tiiHowig resolutions : Also that the House do consent to all the nmenf1nents: proposed I lie treasurer to ref'f
Resolved, That spEcial r.Hmmlle be ;appointed to exam.ine : ectiol have been cflsiiosed yl t What .,
"lll
in t.he of the Governur which ccnmpmind: ,
I. 4'i ...f HESOI.\'ED, That the Delegate 10 Congress be request- said bill when message returned : and that the clerk, be intructed: to ill.scrt the !"ulliengih putrait of George \Vashiugton, n\lwexhihil- iug i reni"are due upon 81 ci lus and

.;. F ;! .cd: to use his best erttolls 10 procure nn npproprit..tioo nt1i amendments which motion unll1imnusly prevailed : infT at the \l\JasenJ Hall in the city oJ Tullahasclee, and that: I h ug tl I the said lanc "wper lu Imnwn hy 'allaue:
said
u :i' the prescllt Scssion for the purpo of repairing the U ni.t and laid amendments ;were made : when: the hill wvs 1 read thc they have leave tn report IJV bill or otherwise, 011 1unday>> f a bill to grant a least or tto te( lions of land tu :J.buty. i

II f\.; t'd5tlatc8: military road, horn Hflgtts' ferry on ..he Choctawhalcllte third time and passed : ordered that thc title lJe as above sta- next, nn the expediency and 'I'ruprietv or purcJl3 in.t: the same I ia n lilr ihi.pu rpues ur edticat on.Vhich l o.

ft.4 : : river to the Court lIou e of \Vnlton county. fitr the purpose or being placed in' the Legislative Council I Ichamber. \ was reid and clncur ".1 in.

.t iF: ; which road i is; now aInist: IrApa.sib in consequence of ted.A bill (entitle, an act fir the relief "f Jame, Sivart/' Also, ntrlluced 'he f'llon'ing bills :

: : the l(1pidClted state of the lridge. was read the third time and paed : ordered that the title he And I he rule! being waive afrer bring rend ; said resolutions ,, A hill entitlcd.U an amendalory of the !v
were considered and Idouted rand messrs.Vuod Blount and ting school land' in the ra1c1
t. .lstilted.. : tllle Teriwry of F
"- IhsrH.VJD, That the Ddeg'tte be qut'sted to urge a. as ( aDd
of the whIle the Smith were appoinled un said cnnuniUee.Inr. A bill tltilled, an act lu grant a lease uf
into committee on two
The House again went ,
utJditiuual of lhtl sHid road that
;.1n reason for the rt"pair I
i: U the Cell'tral Tabtir offered the 1i-lIo'vinO' resolutions rV the to J. A. S. fir the !
scllollancs Nnfln
bill entitled, an act to :Amend ran act \0 lIIcorptlntlt
:: : it is the CHllyroad oy whith the citizers of \Vullon county ) Bank ul Florida." after some time Utut thacn the runtinite \ t.erea. .the lands adjacent io, and borcleriAg upon the were severally r'Od and purp rtr

it t : tlt thi:! lilllC; rccl'i'c their ruailtl.it. i rose, and mr. Downing thertfrom'rt'ported *aid hill In River ECllnleelJn \Vnshinglon county in this Territory, are I readin on to nurrov.

S t'; Ha.UI.nD, That the fUlesoini r,1utions be signed by the House with amtrndrneiit which rt'lhltt was Cilticur red iu rich amI l Icrlile, which he i1t present uhcuhi\'ated ; and where- I mr.Morun lI-om the select conmittee to whom t

tIll ln'sidt'lIl the chief clt'rk .r this :IS, hue incrpa3c of population in said: would be accehe- I on the subject hat been referred .
t } eounterigned oy : and said bill was read D second lime, aull ordercd 0 be engrossed ( county no's message I':

f._ lIouc!!! and forwaHl to the Ihmourable Joseph M.lVliite. fir a thud reading on tomorrow. rated ; the value of said lands, and the agriculture and pohii'I L entitled, al act to improve the capitol square repne }

I The H.use then adjourned until to.morrowmurrling ut cal prosperil.v (If that region nf country, greatly \" I Talahasle and fir other purpoes: ," which was tj:

suita ble improvements iu I the navigation of said river,of which I 1 a second readint' un to morrow.mr. redlD
: mr. BNtlu.lot frolD the committee Enrolments o'clock. I
on 12
: re-
improvements said river is deemed huitily. usceplibl I \tIorton Irom the eiect:; nmilee ro wlAna
1.l portell'us ('tIrCCtly Eorokd: Saturday, February 3. He it theretbre' reolvttI by the Guvernor and Lcg"IIJtlve; f bi enhIUcJ. .an act J 1ir the c' Albert G. "

i it\:, U .An act tn iucurporae the Florida Insurance and Council or the Territory 111' FlnritJ3, That our Delegate in I j repUfllt the sale tn t.he House without TOrl

1 '.i::! n an k.lUg coinpny" The House met pur uant to adjoutnineut, quorum hc. Congress, be nnd he is hereby requested tn use his "esl exer- I report was cuncllrrrd I, and sal bill was amenllrenl agai; : 1b.. '.

; t ".Au .1ttu: rt1H ill all act t. RlJthorift John 111. .rigbt ing present the journal of yesterday' procu.dings was I tinll tu obtain from Congre an a ppropria I jolt .,1 Five Thnl- I dered fur a Ihl I reahing on I norrow. 'U.

l j ':+ 10 tabli-IJ a icriysiu Ihe Ockl6)cknce river, and for other rn d. sand Dullars or such snot of money, DS may oy that honoura-' ) The House went into com mitt'e of the whole on a [

,- .,:: f'uqOscs." Mr. President laid before theHouse the foloWlnfT message : hIe body be deemed necessary and expedient tu be npphied to I Itlecl, a an act In amend an act tn inconlYrate a bn t=,
.. : the and lIavigatinn of'said river. the St. Andrews canal comJnc
IflIprU\-ement td Chipola
k: An act ill aJJifion? to nn act entilled, an act to utab from the Governor, ant
"
Resolved further, That a copy ur the foregoing preambleancl h Sd day tlf February ," some hinie
J JJsII, and the rate uf fir the St. Johns' : :fel spent therein
: rcguhte pllotagc EXECUTIVE CFFICE,
: restllution be duly certified and tranlimatltd Hunt and
: to the >ur. I cornmit e rose, mr. Do\nm,: therefrm l
.j. .aid; ,Nassu ivers and TallahassQe Feh. 6 1836. reported
I 5 able ..JI eph 1\1. \hite. ( and asked :ieave t sit again : which report was Prt

lt<' An 1C to arllt) lIfI Ihe several acts r.oIn f8rce relat- To the Legilative Council : Which was read, and laid on the table until Monday. t by tile House. i

1. .. JnP'' .c'.n.to rudoi. illhW:1Vi and hrad1'l'S...._ ..." The rule and nrticles of \\:1r: betr' the code oflaws mr. Mar-un utlcied the following resolutims : i The reolulions otl red on the lh inst. hy mr.

l\ 4' mr. DO\\'Iliu;: from the :idect rnmrnilll'c to whom the by which every omcer ;11,1! soldier i'i! hU1II1C1vhl'1I io the Itesolved, That a commiUee be appointed to Cfnfer with Ihe I II again read and cnncurec in by the Hnu e. Ramsey w ,

j t:: amc had been rdl'rr.tI : r purh.d as uIIH'nclr.d, a hiD en.t serviCe or the United States, I submit to the cnUllci! if they Governor as to the legality and pnpril uf displlsillg of Dporion I oA hil) entitled, an act for the 'itore eflctual defence of '

..1'. ::'tP) ] '' should not Dullturize the printing or Ole, two or three hUlHlledcopi" i I : ur the public capitol and rhiz.t they make relmrI L t Terrifory uf ws and
; : : a ii ad pr4vitIing fi.r tl.I"' mon: I'lfltual defeni. tj of : Ihat all may he m:1Ile arqtlaillted with thf duties which I U. the Cuuncil. square I: }'llriJa. potpJned made the order i
Lt'gilalive the day ,ilr \ nexr.
( : ihe ut t F'I.t 1(1.1! whhh
: inby
1'crriiry rl'pnrt was rClOcurrc.d ar* required i them ; and willa i lie penal tics .vlicil 1 alrach t In
'hi'h read I "
and laid bill
was the table until A entitled
1foncay.I
on
: act to orgulize an additional
IhcJ 1oiitt' aiul I ( .iJ bill w-c H.'acl tlte second llllu from :1 remrenr t,
? ; : : a departure or:1: neglect uf those dill it's. 'bl're is hut a .
.oj r. Bluullt li'om I lie Judiciary COiti nil thee, reported a bill en.tillell I militia in the counties of and Madison "
;w,1 Qldl.t '.j f lim,1 ft.acllll in the III' Exeruti'e..JOUN I H.tiltm was md
<< lr a ;! UII t. m.rrnw. single COPy posesitu the "
I .. ;11I act to eutihi&executors: :ulmiuslralnrs! and gllaraJiIIIS I third time and passed : orden d that the title
,. 4\ 1Jilll'lIitlt.! I amf'lId Itlt> Clclrh'r! of th rr.TO tLc b a
<< all act tu t : III sell the real estalt': fit" iliriJlIls, whit VaS read, anti i I led ah

i .,. UIIIOU nlIl:' of Flcilir1..:' \\t. rfd Ih Ihll'd) ti uit, nnd 'hich \\'a read ; \\'lIert'up.);! flit m '''i'u't car. \\ .'l, ir I. 'Ilth'n:.I flf; a --:1'01111 relllill: antI Iwellt\.' five C t>pe-; art IIrif'rl' I A lll '' :1n act to incur the Sr.
pntillec
AugusLinea1
ordered Ih.n thice hundred c'j1u:,, ,)1' :i/I: '-te; :. t'll: ::1 t :et: ;') .I .' )'r1e
I. JH1S't'cJ. onkr,,Lllh II the tltlt: be .1:1: alwalt'd.( !; 10. I'f' I r:: IIdt d. Piel'lla ; ,:,. CP1)JtIV:: W Ii ( the third rime
b I ; nd
. ., t'r, The rl'rlllltHu.! .. (Iti'll.11)i hy Hlr. H'I\'al on tlti frt lit war printed. ;: .\.s": !il''l Iltt -tIC" ':\IIIIIHH'P! ''I) ". )!!, '." ti t.-l.. (jUl} 11t'I" : : ; e '.P .:,xol I'YS: h.iog' tOt) it hy
caled
t ) IlIr. But ritl : t .' ,i it.i! Oll..t,1 I : p.l.saLr m
'' :
purutnt pre\'lru;; P' 1: :1 : r.
{ ..
.. : : f Fc1lnnq'. w"'r aain: 't'al th.' ..... II.d rdl'rn! : : : thll.ld:: uiu; '::),1r:,ih!\' (III fIp l ; U1;! !" ''' ; \'r.II ::1 i i 1I'r.t ."t i & 'LC.I.( tViI"e r. l're.itleiul, nier. Buunt!
: ; .n. ; lIa. s being! lea ye to liii rod tice a hiil eUliltd.I : ;)11 : c' III ami' It! a:1 ;H.t ::- (: ( ,
I it ,. J 'llJitcd CHI 1b.ii&. adoptiull h.v 111: s-r. n.IWllillc, sndltt; litled 'In act tn ('l'stabli I ;i tlriff'of fec'), p,....,;...! 1.',.:, ,::.1':, I 141 ;; n'I'II.-I.ili! w.e,: rjrr.d! .;. in i In'; i I Li': I HIIII..t'I i I'" wi' : .. I IA .I., B'\\ !. :):.J.I. :' If. fiurniti. D 'lu S, OOWII: !.!, Hitnb'h1m' ,
: ; C:1I111'I': all ';('1 i: 1 lrtiJ'I'( ;dali'lIHI tl1 I tl.l :itI' lIII\\" i I H I"'! ri.,ii. iI I i i uir' .Johi'usini, Kl'lau, : l'Neil
\ .cOlt ; 'n' \ cas I1H ;r Uf'uhclut, BlutHlt, 8ro\\"I1 tli 18S.J, vhiith WIS read b.v tile title IIwl IIrlll'n'li ti'r; :a ;-.u< l ? .Mwnr MoriID.
,.. ill I.Ilc" If :!"' ;.IILI!.! JUdICI.aI 1 I pn-cl'CJ.IJ. "' tviiehi! \\.s ;Igi iia I i Hams,' Slith, Tabar,
;..4. .Jadis01t) JC'ullit, I)uv-O.!, Holloman I J hoson. Kenon, : reading on Munday next ; anti twenty five l lljJie, alc'; "rell'rl'.!I (', lIId IIrcll'.ed I fr; a 1 third rl'tuiIJtr UII l\ll1l1alav flex : .'rlld.t-l. SI u said bill\alkl'r is pass:1 d.: \\uHII-19.that Nays mr.
\ to be n1.
Si RamsL'y a:1(1: Tahor-l0. Nay's mr. Pesident, messrs. Irintcd.AI .\ tS". a l t'ili! flIlillecl: ,1. :clI Hcl tllr I lie relief ur lie miilia: alld I i as i1 blvc. tbelle b

.I.: Brown or Cuumbia: : Purritt Downing Ii iginbot1ati ) a bill entitled 311 Ir.t cOllcerning clep.ili'IIIS," pa' \(1:1I1I1l'l'IS: "I't Florida, cale4l l inln the service III' the U. Sia Ie I A hil elilillel, an act to anthll ize the executors
ed November
... '-i lJuter, ;\1aC"II, 1\1' X eil), :Morton, Smith, Waker% and for second 17th 1823, which 'as read b.v the title, and ordered oluriig! tIle )r'seuit Indian war," wllich was : w'din read and orlerel I \v. Sfaorok to sell his elate hOlt real person3l ofTbma, was
: reading on Monday next.
'm'
:
.\'ooj-I2. Su said wmlntions Are lost. Also a hill entitled h ( lilr a third reading un 1\t.andJv. :1 postpuned and made the order fdnesday.A .
> The HUll" an act tu amend an act rgulatin! the Also :1 LJiJ: entitled, H an act fir the reli1 of the heirs IIfAllam entitled. U '
snh't'll it-'Clf into r.Olttfftiltl'e or the whole mode olsuing out writs or error and in bil an act tu regu'i Ie the patroLs of the Teri-
1)fCCllti&& appeals
"
:, 7'' I)r) a bilL clltilk, "an zit to organize ail) atJditinn..1% regi- the Territory of Florida, passed February Silt t 1832," which I lilr hunter deceased, which was again read and order : I .1 try Florida," was postponed until 'Xednesday neUeI
; tllird
;: ; JIcnt 1..If luilitia in the read and a reading on Munday. A bill entitled, an act to amel.1 : act
counti.it .\1tdiOfl and Hamilton was ordered for a ;recnnd reading on Monday lIexr. I ) cnnrlrmng dep
4Al.i n bill entitled fir the relief ef heir nr tiollS
an act the Passed 1829.)
read
was again
S after SC.lllf tiiut' ,,(,cut therein the eomvittlh rose, Also a bill entitled, an art to amellcl 3n :1M. tu rrgulateproceedin Hczekiah Wilder Novembr 1lh :
deceased, which was DL :,in read and or for a secoull
reathing next, aHd! five
r :: ;mud ir. lllunt, tbcrcfrom% rtOrtf'd sOlid hilt 10 the HQuse in chancery, approved Nov. 7lh 1S'2 which WitS tiered tilrD third next.oAlso I \Vednety twenty
t r' :I IA read, and ftrdertd: for a second reading and reading un Monday : printed clpieo; are IHler ( .
\\'Jluout nn Muncbv, tweti !
:' \ amell"lwnl ; w t IIdl.eport) was conrurrd in by five a hill entitled, 'an act tir the relief of the wirll\\V ant I A bill Ciii ii let!, act tn nmen, an act the

;1..... the house, auJ' s.id: hill wai read a second time, and or- ty \Valker c.pies are asked.rdered and oblained to be ;>ritited.mr. leave.without previous nolice i heir of W 01. Smith deceased," which was again read, and ordered suing nut writs 01.1 errr and uf Jrseculil rlul:1il apveaL! il moeof ieTerritory

"' ;t) l1erc:1: for a thtr:1: n'adiu on ttt-fl4i1FeW. (the rule being waived fir that purpose) to introdJce a biU!! en fcr a third reading un TUl'8dav next. of Florida, was again leid and ordered Jlr; a tL

t..lI I' i 11e I 1I"u I e iii UmUIIUl' of the 'bHre took under titled "an Also a bill entitll'd.H n oct to authorize the county caurt of reading nn tn mornw.
act
conI' certain recnrds in thc clerks office uf
::,)e sIdCrL1iIbI* U lull e.ttentl; "an act to fcorporate the St. Columbia county respecting, which was read, and ordered for a s cod: Jwksnn county" to levy a tax 1 for the building a jail and filr oth A bill entitled, "an act tomend an act tIHegulatep.med!

:.oi,t"; AuglJstihc( anti, P. ,,1.11a [taiI-tod) l'mr.pU1Y: ," after some reading on ltfftndy next. er purpnses\Yednesdav, which was again read and ordered for & third ings in Chancery, approved Nnvih 1829.n was again Iman

; liltl, :H'lIt 111l'r.'ill till' CnhH.3ttcc roe, and mr. Merton mr.. Brown. .of JackstJn, pursuant to previous notice, askeL 1 reading AIn: ._ .hill.... _Qrotitlp.1..........., .,r..n.next.... ....lit... rn.. fJ-.. ......Ir.r .0 .1, .. "n;.... .C. A 1 onlerecllllr bill entitled a ".hird readil on tn-morrw.
.... u -- record3 in the
l. i :and ulllUlnt'I.J ;ulroduoo .. 1 11111;; '1111111: UI 'IIII; Ut'II ;) an act respect certain
hal
cht'l'lfwu It'JII)1} h.d _aid hill) to the 1Iuso with amendments CdVV <:.nttleJ. :-n : it h. rn- !.a.:;:.! .l\1'C..1I .J..J." ,...1..1, ,,,.... ..0..1 .. ooound ,inp. :11111 derksoffice of Columbia ng
.1 the 27th referred
SecH.n of an act entitled an act concerning wills, f'Ulnty. wee to a
to %Ii i'li' n port wa l'OIICUITCd in1 and said bill read I ordtred: ftr D third reading on .Mnnday next.. I Smith Walker s
wnR letters testamentary and lellers of i1dministratitn and the du- comnlle ; mesr. and Buri\t were
r -. j\ second limo Hud ordered Also to Jhe satrw committee to whom was referred the I I IIerenn. 3\I'
i c. fer a third reading on to.morc. Lies of eXflCut-rs, administrators and guardians;' which was petition I ee ;
: .',. '. of Juhn Bitt, administrator nf Sextu5 C\mp {'*t'.sell A bill ,. i iclporting iii.
\ read and referred tu the Judiciary committee. ell tiled, nn act ro mend 3n act entitled, an ic

: 1 :.; Thc resolulinns! OfCICr( ] on yesterday by mr. Tabor were Also he gave notice that he vill I ask leave to intrnduce bill anti reptlrt uf a the hill therewith entltlt", '"' an act 10 aUllltlt11.e thurguardian (tnwn nf Appaladlitola; ," wa again md and
minor heirs of Sexlus ,
read! : .1 Camp !eceased, tn sell Irdtred thr third realulg 10 mnrrnv
un.t entitled
ngain: adopted nn act snpplemelltary to the several acts relating to :
certain
I real estate' which was read, and ordered fir second A bill .fWilliam
/ .i Ills Ex'dicuty the Governor the Bank of Vest JorJda." a entitled, :1 actJcspectin: the escheateJ estate
.
tran3miUed
? ," to the H.us reading 00 Wednesday next. "
mr. Downing to notice asked and Pritcharc deceased, was :fgain read and ordered r
j-: the Iul1o lug e : pursuant prtvinus Also the same committee whom
I : xnesa0 to was refhred a bill cnti- a third
reading to
; ed leave to introduce a bill In be entitled, m flU to : obtain-I I morrow.
tIed
J.XECIJTI\T& OFFICE an act Iir the relief of the heir of Cullin Edwards de. The resoluiions
lat
: : charter of the Life Insurance and trust company, was: ceased ufered on atUllay by mr. Jchnsl!
:::. illahasscf, Eeb. 4, ISSI. read and referred 10 the committee on Banks. concllrred, reported unf.1vouraLly 011 said bill ; which report was were gain read : yeas anti nayi being called nua their p23saje -
in
t:' To the Lt'girlatil'l' Council : J Iso a hill entitled, an act concerning mortgages," which by the HltUse. hv messrs. MOUtH 1 & JoIJsoil were'Yeas mesvs.Bn1WiolJackson

I I.E '11i.: Hccompanyang repert of' the Auditor wall read & referred to the Judiciary committee, and 5 copies Also the sai1 committee 10 whom was refefr' the message Dennis, HohlrIman, Hut her, Johnson, Ktnan, M'

F; i-iiuli'; in p'"rsllalll'e' of a n'8oIUlif of are ordered to bc printed. of his Excellency! tile Governor, pecliug' the Tallahassee I Neil. Morton, Smith, Tabor and Walker-I). Nays mr.Prcillcnl .
at the last
Jour body f fiinol dated 41h
U 1836.
I I :;t.sion:: of f Itll l'cgilaiive Council, IS preseoted for Also a bill entitled, U an act for the rdit.fIf Eliza M. Shaw; ," the further cllnsiderainn February: nf said Beg tn anti be dichiargetl its : Intuit. nieosrn. Berlheot, Bount. Bur'il, Downing, Hiinbfrlm
: your said
message So
t ,J. jilt;)! tnatiiin action. O\\'In which was read an4 referred t'1\ the Judiciary cl'nHIlillee. accolupany.lt'III Macon, Ramsey rell.
:1111.1
tkloO&e lIIcl !
1 ............ ,. _. .1..0.1110111111 .'- .. to and irregular nip. Tabor uave lIutif'P th-a.. ''If' \\Iill!I nil TtIsYlfIV' IIpv. i..rn_ : twt: the alJle he referred/ ro the cnmmiuee 011 ..Fi11:11. 1101: are adopted.

vI' the TnHlhas, III \\ IIII'll:' l'c we fund Males ha\'c.lnd been Iranslia-r heretofore.r the pr.pHly duce'; biiit(; ; til ; ",;' :; .l;; ;;:ia;:;; "; exisnatory i;! ; ': I. .('.(.',Berlhelnr which tvas frum ordered the cllrnmitJcl'to be dnne.IlIr. HI. Enroicneuis The House then adjourned until t> morrow at I ocllck

.t kept, th of the militia laws now in lilrce in this Tqrit'Jry." reported as
fx.llnillatilJlI: : hy( t11f Huditor has o"CIt correctly Ellroled :
lUtudl with great mI' Berthelot pursuant tn notice I tfilre gieIi asked 11I1 U Tuesday, Feh1uary 9.
\ : n.h An "
4' Clllhitr/lS act to incorpora te tIle city of S,. '
/ :''' lOllf. lie his last Joseph
: lit tamed leave ,
siicred tj te intrtJduce bill entitled "
an artivirig a relief'of'
.t. at ao let fir the "
An act lu the
.. i euI1s, which the collllcil: has rl'ltcdJy' Jlertlofore, and the Central Bank," which was read and referred Lu the :' incorporate Jensacola Steau Saw-mill Chillally. The House mel r.ursuant In alljm rment, : quorum being

; .: with nu 8uceCts I committee on cllims. preeril the journal ufy terd'IY'K Pt ieeeihing.WaS reacl
lIlt'lOptl'd.
.! respf'ctfull, submit 10 the U An Dr-t to amend the Charter uf the Union Bank IIf Flori.
consideration of mr. Wond'pursuant notice mr. Uurril lursLlalIt tu previous notice a ked CbtamedIcave
1. the council, if some adequate und liberal to herelofclre given asked and ob- da." : rb
i- tamed leave to introduce a bill entitled II intrUluce a bill enlitheti, ; n act to incorll
) hollld amend the 5'
LOflhICflStiOfl 3n act tll
hc An Ii "
not authorized act the relief James
the )! Siewart. for
by council Est ordered
toa
Silk and
: act entitled an act Florida which was read
to the cllmpmv
I incorp"rate :
town of
l': I ICmnllfr:1e( hilll for Appalachicola, An
the
,
labours he Las bestowed labours which was read and ordered fir second act tn authorize the guardian of the heirs uf I"hnmas a second reading tn morrow.Off. .

i \\hich harc IJr.JIIghl} out or great confusion, n "valuable t. a eading on Mund.ay'nex ,V right" deceased, tu sel! their real estate within ibis TerrilO: T:1bnr pursuant to previous n )ticE asked and obainedleave

'':".., timtl 1 tu tlw Tmilory, and which, until now, has been COli. mr. Holinman from the majority mtwed a recC'nsideralion ofa rv.. An to intr"ducc : hill elilet, "all acramendat011 : J expbnatory ;

: iSidertd scarcely wOIlhy to Lc looked after. bill 10 incorporate the U Atlantic and Gull'of Mexico "act and to authorize Sinn Smith to dispose of certain real of the militia now in Icrr. in IhS: TerritorY'which

'. You will ci\'e that Road the estate, was read and ordered fur it reading on to mirrow.
pcrl the balance declared company, yeas and nays being RJil"l a
to be out- required on A resolution
thllHhlllf' amount ((0 motion by messrs. Downing\ antI Burritt Yeas : requesting the Delegate in Congress!; to obtain mr. Morton puruant to previous notice asked and
S iiearly $ 1200, which has bcen due were :; 311 a << fir the oblnd
jo.:; and Berthelot Brntvn of Ppruahniation iniprovung uavigation Hllimes' creek leave tn introduce entitled tn amend aft
owill since .\prtllSJO-a1. Jackiin Dennis, DUVitl Hi a bi "ar act
. The lots whit'h created gillb\llltalll,1; I in 'YashinglOn county. : naviable5tMm"which
t S this fiiiid wcrcsolJ III 1S29, three lollnman, Johien, Kenan, Macon, l\I'Ganls: Morton Ralll- Tile House then daring I Esclubia county .

i .. .. tl.e flr: t of.hich w.s due upC'In and! tlnnnni instalment, sey and \Vood-IS. Nays mI' President, llIes rs. Bloullt, I3ur- adjourned until Monday next, at 12 o'clock. was read anti ordered for a seumd reading morrow.mr. !

! ; 'It) the paable iu April 1829. rut, Downing, Hnnter, Smilh, Tabur ard \VDker-8.! So Blount from the commitee on Finance reported a

i uud sccure pa"lIIlnls, deeds of trust were executed aid bill is ordered to be reconsidered, and is placed the .Alonday, February 8. entitled, an act fir compensation of the I.embr and
among
&It tho mahll 1)' of'ihe lir-t orders for ofili-ers of council and other ," whlcnw3sr3
pa'mCllt, many of the lots Tuesday next. the tr pnposes
t.I c sld, ut a prc: Ics than was owed thp.m. mr. Wood gAve notice thai he will on \ilnday The. .House.. met. pursuant to. adjournment. a quorum being I J and ordered fcr a second readmf on 1'ritlav.
next
upon introduce -
'rhese IUh", no Ulallcr in whose huni1s a bill entitled U an act to iucnrporale the St. ; insurance presem Ute Jl1urual ot yesieraays proceed togs was reacl. mr. 'Vood from the cnmmiupe on lJuks.to] whOm the sme
liable for the hahtncc, of the inlStalm'nts they may be, are company." Joseph mr. Mortclll[ from the majority who vnted for the rejection of hal! been referred reported favourabl \ithou anuefidment

f'Iln due und 0\\ ing. Also bill certain resolutions offered bv mr. Dennis, moved D rpcllnsidera a bill alter the of the Me msurD
deeds a entitled enllled, an to 1
\H'I'C oa I crorll and an act Incorporating the SI. al chater
have Joseph
; given notice I of'salt1 vole. The and and
Blllk called and in
yeas
IlulThascr: uf Ihc' licu loevcry : of Flurida. nays bClflg Of! said trust company, which report WI.S curcurred sla
and iucuiizbraci! \\ hid uUa'ht d IIIlItion bv messr Wfoud and \Valk-er, were Yeas third reading
to mr. Duv.l1l pursuant to messrs. bil was read a second time and orderd for a
the previous notice
sate asked and obtained
-J anti ltir(11Isa.; The hits are vlluahlc nnd merc leave to introduce B bill cutitleil llerthelni, lllIunr! B rown of Jackson: DelllH Higgiubtllham, n'rrow. ,

: tllan celpal Ie 10 rcdceLu all the liibilitjes, \\ hicia, an couseqUCIH.'C ted etttule Ut( William Pritclllrtl, deceied HI net sIH'lling" tile l'Scltel- Hulloman, Hunter, Kenan, MacIIIJ, l'Neil, Jllrtull ancl tam mr. Morton from the cnmmit e on the state or the Term i
; which read hit1
of those cxecuted trusts rear. ngnillt them. It is and ordered for :a second reading Oil Moiitliv. vas sey-12. Nays OIr. President, messrs. Burriu, Dowtiin ,John. tory, In whom the subject had be.n Cfetitd, reported a

fUlly flCCCtIy fiu' the couucil to $uku some order mr. Kenan asked and obtained leave wit 8tll1, Smilll, \Vllker anct \Vood-7. So saId YOre ii ordeled to entitled, ., an act t repeal an act to (tablsh a ferry OVCI the I
. ; those upon Lice tt.e rule ( lClut previous: nc- he reconsidered : and said resolutions placed the Waucuhla "
(outstalldiu claims ; nud to authorize a resole of being for that purpo waived) tn iIitrluce it bin 1 fr to-morrow. among orders .rVtI, at St. Marbos, whicl report was Cn.cu
tOm
the lots \\ here a salutary entitled, an act Jor the relief of Albert G. Tomlinslln and Sllt bill was read and ordered for a second :
i is which
bolder. urranl'flwnt refu-ed by the was read and referred to a select mr. Wood pursuant to 1 previous not'ce asked and obtained r .
JOHN H. EATON. Mortem COmlllltle ; meisrli. Kenati, leave tn introduce the filItHving bills referte .ht
and : Also fm
:, 'rhich Ramsey were appointed I the same committee to whom was
,- was read and with the encloscd reft'rred to the mr. Wood gave notice that he will Iherenl A bill" entitled, an act tu incorporate the S1. Joseph's memorial or R. B. Kerr, reprled the folbowin relutl : ..
nn Monday next introduce
.Judiciuy crmuniUC'l'. Bank, and
a hill entitled Be it resolved the Ccuncil hat the
an act lilr Ihe by Legislative
p-; f A hill elJtitlr, "nn net 10 authorize He guardian of thc mr. Smith asked and ntuailled leave reliefofElhvircl wilhllU ; Chandler. A bill entitled" linn act to incnrporale the St. Joseph's insur- al of R. B. Kerr, together with the mpn\'inlapbil :.
(%
notice
i manor hf irs of Thoms 'fl's I Ihe rule beiu.ll Ccr I thil i ) previous slice company, which were severally read and referred to the wa.ded tn the Hunnllrable JC1eph WIl IhC '' I Is
dglll de.a..ed pit waivt'd i
: to sell their real rjie ) rlt i inllOduce a bill en cunHuiltce Ballks. 1.Vhue 'hon
: d estate viLhin Ihis 'l'crritory titled, ". an act to incorporate a Itf f 1111 i I that tie make such disposition of ae he lay
rcad
was Ihe third curl' military exempis, .lnr Brown
tune and mr. of Jackson
the defence uf pursuonllo previous noticeask-ed and .
the Iud right
it 4i passed ordcl ed city uf Sr. Auustillt
that the prper.
4 : 'i: 4. 0 .A bill entilled U titlfi IJC us alwve stated. Indilln ,,'ar." which was read and: referred dllrilln thi' the present obtained leave to introduce a.bill entitled an act :;tsp;>lemnentII Which report was concurred in, and the rule being \IV e I
to mililia
: of the an act to alter nlld chang the terms CUtHmittee. 10 'tile several acts n'lating to the Bank or West Flori4a," said resolution was considered and adt\ted.

., supcl'ior 'ourt:, (or the :\licdle! Distd&'t 01 'Florida" mr. Morton presented the which was read and referred (to the committee on DanktJ.IItr. Certain resulutinns relating to the ,nnfeeno ver, her t
t : on mollon of anr. BenlieI.t memorial of R. B. ger, in refer Blount mllved the: fol ()"'ing ,resolution filre ofFered and adopted.
Jo"lpou\.d! and placed enre t.o a Clllal across the PC'lIiusIII"'Iiich : hv mr. Tabor were again I ead
't't"a the orders lor l\ondIlJ) DPxt. u. Lu the cltfunlut"t"; UII thee Siate uf .ilie was I't'iHl lIud referred Itesnlved, Thai11t>"SSlh rate uf this House be fn amelldrodus 'l'he resulu.tinn offered on yesterday by mr. Macn "as a.
Tcrri
\ A hili =clry. to permit ,he introduction or bills until!
entitled c.
an act to authorize the mr. Johnul (,frL.red the li.lI"willg rewlclliIl to-ntirrov illcltfive! gain rad anti Ic sr. .

:ff 't'. Scnl.rllnlr- --... ....." ,w_ bell_..1t L.nlS t' rne .botb.1'utOIS, of \Vhert" 1s., under the mililia Jaw. of..j. IIII..i..-!.: i...rrll..;." .........-.".'.....I. ... ...1 I I Wllich.nr...,n"lite....rule,.. ...being..... ....waiveilsvas.:_.: ::1 ... 1._ __cllul'idered.:11lI"1l anti :cinpted.. A bill fllirleLl, an actta enable ea ecutors.,_acm1 t IOr_d
4: real ond -1' :" "" I- \ fUC IU1Utjt: IIlallJt: anti sell the real of infanrs:
Jer.Oflal, was 3guiu rend and approved un the lilh JilllUiary 18S6, thy citizenMo1hIis Tern- WIlItfI.lu-lllnrrow. ltave guardians tn estate waSg.I.-
ordered for a third lu introduce il bill cntitled, an act to
I. on to-nwrrow. reading tory arep"rmiued( tu cl'mrnute and CXl'/lIpf, ihttpselvcs front Ft.lritla :' incorporate the East ml! ordered fir a third reading tn iflOFOW.
Silk oV
the obligation of company- A bill entitled, Uan act in further addition 10 the aCtS :
: A bill defending the ,hiomeu the I
entitled U firesiles
find hue
: an act to authorize Sinn Smith to di. lives .r the good people .f Florida mr. \OtOf give nlltir.e that he will to-morn\V intn.hJte a'' in force regulating judicial I ref rr
of certain real against hue uavie tot( by hill tn prceeinsas h
pose the
estate orpnrale Florida Silk r'
cumuli uf the whole the
was read tbe third time thepay.uent or of cllmpanv. I tee ; I
a
* Ihe. l'una uud
; i IIlnuev, : "JlcrrilS i il is snctii Ikrth-
and hcin n'Jlurlecf, mr. frun the'mililia' committee in ; and mr.
yeas
nays required .111 its I that Mundry have avuiled wJom the same IUIII (Iii, and ,ttersome lime spent therein, rose : '
& $ passage, by 'me aJrll.Tubur ,persons Iheml'eht": lif lii Jll'rruiN." 'ua hena rclerrt.'d ,
alt reporred will, anlendnlent8 amended
Dennis, were Yeas and 'have n hill entitled lot therefrom bill tn the Huuse IDd
I'illd 'onliderablt an reported sid
; mr. President, me".r;. sums Iherelnr( i 10 the IifliCerseuuli.' act to l.s"'a'l' ( Sli.It oranizea .he sec
Berthclot, Dlodnt, Brown of Columbia; lied(J, ur supposed to be entitled tn receh'e the Now } corps. nf military e4nhltsin the report was concurred in, and said bill w'as red (lISt

eon, Durrin, Kcnn, M'Neil Morton\ Brown or Jack. therefore) Si Ule. city nl'-St. ugUlIIne, .whJh was read the first and\ sec uidwajved I third time the rule being waived, suit t. passed : order
; Rumany, Smith iiH, "'he..Jet. iDg' and ordered for the thie
i
Tabor Walker Be it resolved by the Governor and a' trd reading b.as above staled
and .
oo'd---14. Legiiulative Council ider
; ,; flays rucssrs. Dennis, the .re.rritury or Jc'klrida. 'J'ha' all uf 'On''to"PIIff'QW' ..., '. ..'_," : .> The H'Ius in committee of the who e took under CDS

Downing, JJuval, ginLotham"[ II.alloman, Hunter and reoeivN, or thai m IJertSUfier such be aUJIIIt, of tUone.v' ,jaW mr.Btrthelnt from the comttittee on School! and Colleges alum a bill entitled, ID act 10 alter ani ohanC th ter1t o
Johnson y so pad: and received
1 ; Macoind LH'Cants-9. Sasnid bill bt .b.1I be, and the .m are .made' tilt liilkwing report ; the superior courts Ir the Middle District ol Fkinida, Irons
pail. 'lereby
ed : ordered that the tltlp be ns nbovo statod. : relief (if __04 tnistributed o tho 1ppnprill'ed and as fpud fir the ,! 'I'he\ oitinThtee! on Schools nd Collegesfiave inatructed me ( e time spent therein the c committee ', and mr.

The unla\'ournble belaPain en thjTerrjim pnnr nrphati. children $Oreport that' thel have endsvgu -toascertin wit has t erefm said bm.l" the Hoe amended ; wblc'Ddp.rt
mndo'on .
report rbns
' j.
fatheri
; y sterdufbi Ju. pureutll or have fulJrif Jeend9ne i in
; : relsWrn to l lands set fir the concurred in and said bill Wail read the
diciary Cal educatinnJ'.V was
committee fill the petition f'Joht or may. 1l! victims our enemy i iii tbisnse'ttt: murderoul apart urpoeot .! lba
; orde
Rny-wasitgnio i COJresa, but l baenofl: ( :
PaSSed
.: taken up consideration and war. "- ; J. sueceeded :1 hr eliciting ,any :time the uIeing 'alve
the Hou.ic= refused to Sn tifattoryjnLotma lsfl:ut the. the title ap'
cur in said cou. Be it fttrthe resc4vej) That JU l miila' officers aubjecG 'rerfind: "- .hut by b 8s""bnve'sated. .
5k,' report or other pe.d r. ;th act 9f.t8 8, comaussiocs: w re apoiiitrd to Ies UQc CTo( b ctue to o r "w:!



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I PEOPLE MEMORY OF WASHINGTON. hi,. to-day)I.kI wu 1IecI to tab part in date elevated and disinterested motives of 1 - - fl1
or AMERICA! Thirty-ax Jean have 1-olled Of the '- -- -iil-' I

few LO BID Il\.N : away in.-c the body of your beloved Washington !?completely 27ttiet a Godsend kj.-tl'--Thu to Lows Phttlippe African, u trees it will offer of Great Britain, and have a jOlt reliance MARINE, LIST.PORTQF 1f

b'e. F wrs consigned to the hum le aepulthre in which it enable him to make grand flourish about' it in his upon the greai lu oet of that power to restore r'

'beltitl A m .! now reposes. The mrlancholly event threw the peeth to the Chamber* We hare retired an anticipated the relations of ancient friendslrip be- : MIL KS. .t'
version of the French
FEll. 27. who nation into Kingi apeech-u the tween the United Stales France _" -
c tears,and the determination and and know
11 1'UIlVAY. of'your source (rem which it comes is rather doubtful, I decline &aanao: \rt
Iv, L"" --- Representatives to cruet a monument to his memory, sending a copy. ,The expressions relative to too, that our pacific*policy will be strictly ad. Feb. 16th, brig Akfeberonto, Mathison, from providence 24

i----: rlfOnT\T JioM. .I- RANCH. I IL1Tt worthy of his sublime virtues, was, then every where America*, are couched in very moderate language. hered to until the national honor compels us R. I.with produce, &c.to the Captain and JJ4j _
ety .
D. N. board.19thschr. .
" ; I 1,1) ylJklringing) Paris dates hailed with delight. But no memorial of gratitude Louis Phillippe was shot at going to open the Cham- t, depart from itv4 bould oo insensible of Davis on
your : ; Susan Rossister
Utqdo. at c(V hers but without injury as 'tis raid. from New Orleans in ;
I,, an nrflfJ.the ffrallyIUr, u.U'llij-enee. I has' mut veneration is yet visible. The stranger end No .news importance hare been received this week the expofted condition oToar country, and for- ballast.93d :'.i
s( ourne\ in your country has still to aak where is the from get the lessons if did brig Cornelia Ratoone,from Mobile in bat ast.
for die 7b I Th.t n.rd.irrul.y I. I. with 1 Francen Portugal. Matters it appears are far from being experience, we not effi- ,
( NATIONAL MONUMENT, sacred to the of sewed there. Prince is cientl and CLERCVFob. ,
,\ memory your Coburg expected to arrive at ) seduothily prepare for an adverse
rt I
Ora uVlrrmmrd '
I to' .
'bere. < d' A,IlIJtrw'j : :(',111 1 I i1Iti loUS Wu&hingion, und dedicated to public and Lisbon in March. He will U is stated, be accoopa, result. The peace of.a nation does not depend with 15, ship&. Avis Thompson, for Tampa lay, lloJ'

'I ::11I 'II the Piesid'Mils Milage 1 j jn"ldlt private \'irtue1 Where shall I look for the evidence med by his father, a man of good sound bense. Their troops,
.f
( | exclusively its will Booth for New Orleans in barest.
1110"1 tend own nor upon Schr.llMliua 'r..5
I IJ presence to lutora In
may Spain
I
.Lr t Ie !N A1'WThe! the gratitude uf ths American People to the man who tranquiliiy. New York with
anin il:1. rCI.L EXI'L I but little has been done. The Carl 5L1 besieged SL the benificient policy of neighboring powers; 50thachr.Lagrange, 140 f
) fl) till' 1 i uiuUr Plo\'ldenctlIIade, tlii-m what they are? Alas! Sebastian bales cottoa. f ,;
fa i tO but and thai
of IJl'PJItll's! they were obliged to retire, when some nation which M bund totally -
la. (I 1. ilie ch:1IUWr '' as a Nan stint| Iim1mItm mal, it is no where to be fouid.imtrtcans QU was given by semi British Don unprepared &hr. Florida. Anderson, Key West with Corn &c. ;".
,: hft* ,, ili-ii j noiii tin Pllbi! (';" I I Carlos had artillery men. for the exigences and dangers of war, 22d brig Stati, Holmes, for N. York, with 229 ;
so IIp* this been
% a Let not generation pass away be. reported to be dead, bat the annouce- i?
(or. :1UT' <",'Jlrl''l'> K'iimont (IIICln a (') j fonym tile world lhal the of inent as false, "the wish was father to the thought." although it come without having given warn bales cotton. t "
lt.IIJt I'rulu. memory your Schr. Leeds New Orleans 145 :sJcscotton.
0aii,' ilJ\J1') TliuV The meeting between Alavn and tIme different Generals ing of iu approach, is criminally negligent of Washington, .
''Ii \ adjured. beUvcd Cnicl'is stiLl held in his
surediU, I veneration and '
he I I11'011 great took place, and he afterwards proceeded to Bay. its honor and its I
d.ffi'u1trill; duty. cannot too l
) :1 I Idler I from i'l.pwin' I virtues and services still cherished in your hearts ;- onne on his way to Paris.LIVERPOOL repeat the recommendations strongly to' j4th, brig Sus uehannah, Bright New York 560
already made bales
(' i New York :, that the cold iicee', MI long evinced shall no longer .Otto. _. .
iiulcit U tINOTICE.
? ) place the seaboard in defvact - -- ----- -- --- --
(.orrep a proper state ,
fO t disgia.ctlic character of COTTON
and that MARKET.
k.of hS : your country, you .
olJ duubt, if any doubt :I' and promptly to pr )Vide) the means for amply .
rtS the mlltl'C bc I!'baveihc patriotism and feeling which become the NEW YORK Feb. 10 1836. S CC weeks afterdate, I shall apply to the Ho:lora .
' : I of protecting our commerce. ble of the Gadsden Court fur let- '
U- countrymen Washington.Americans u \Ve have accounts this from Liverpool judge County ,
morning
id nol'd., of our Prt'uJcnt has pro- i: You are now called upon, perhaps for ANDREW JACKSON. ters of administration on the estate of/Tristram J Jos-
> I It per packet ship England to lat Jan I
..Tte tesagc the last tune Wab ngloo, Feb. 8th 1836. lick late of said county deccasd
could
IniouraliUinVrt .is to respect your own character and thatot ,
; The sales .
of ]
the EOSTIC
r.lIl, ;t I uary. previous week had ANN R. '
T.Ii. ured' JII hich France : your conuy, by doing honor to the of him ? 0vB
>sl'nnu'tJl' memory
t ( been
l" t1I'! -HU 28,000 bags, and an advance of 14d.
ill 5Irt':1|Ujlllll I i to whom I-rom the N. Orleans Bulletin. To Farmers and Other
owe so laige debt of
Government you a gratitude. A
H withi ollr ,
of airjn.1"1'' on American, Dud 3-4d. on Egyptian. The The ndditionnl THE subscribers having taken hat .
; 'lll't'O J'"rilltn monument is about to be erected umler the direction companies of Volunteers .
r. II"' hiP''u' > i"r"ini 1 )"IJ 1"al llc I : demand was caused by un impression that the for Kloiida :'arge brick siore'in the upper part cfthe
hIt of a Society cs'ablished for that in paraded our streets
8.t\d\ make I Iii purpose, the city yesterday, pre- of
I Illf'l'.lrnl I to pay- stock was less than what the Him! remit city for the express purpose accammodaling -
"n.rr.ml'lllisflll\\ w hicli he selected as tho of the Nation proved .larntory( to their departure for the of \
; Metropolis scene trade and intending to urn
the
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:'d aCfrtHi"J t the iMuVinmt.v) a?; ()OIl asA it to be since when the demand had country t\
., lIt'IIIO.1' hind! of Mocks and Amrricanif an which bears his honored name, by the voluntary ; I ucUou. They will arrive very opportunely, their sole attention to the sate Groceries, and o tun- : :. '.

:h ; \ of the ,i contributions of the American People. The sum required somewhat abated. Stock 230,000 bales to relieve those who have proceeded them try produce, would invite those who wish to buy or r
? !L t \pi'iu'iice ihebciu-fits : against 185,000 at same period the tos ll! to gitte them a callas they are detcrmine.\\I to : 1
from is
r- .'fljrf"l'Il; each but small, that. each may have the year previous from a portion or their Uboriou* dude, and ,
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Uac u good and give high a cash /.rice t
in the of London terms as
i honor contributing so noble an object. That ports Liverpool and will probably be in time to lend them aid ;
',iull.t triumph of I the admin t istm- j no to produce as can be obtained in the city. 1it.l t.l I .!
1. lbs i l< ir( 'c1 \, one may complain of not having an opportnnity to Glasgow. the utter discomfiture of these wretched and They have just received and for sale, i ;

:I. I I t -_((,, (' : is CCIlIIl'h tl'iJ restored in N.Ucolllonw !J share in the glory of such an uudertakin ,and toshow LIVERPOOL, Dec. 31. infatuated savages. We were much struck 30 bal"elslri b Potatoes t' :

* and colnrciulcuIttO1S ( !' the and he feels all will SirIn the first week of the month 5 Tierces Rice, f 'I ;
i I adv.ti.-H.;: ?. respect gratitude be called on present with the general fine appearance of the volun 20 Boxes
ie Jar their aid, and fron all. old and male had dull Cotton Soap, *
and market and
d I young we a prices con-
.1:-ulJlill:; Icu \n vigor.Tben.mualat.Mj teers-being composed of men of strong and 20 Kegs Lard, .
9Q ", I 1 female, that aid is expected. With the aggregate tinued to droop, holders being eager to push athletic frames, and in every respect capableof 10 do. Butter. '

: iaii.-i' t IIY Fw"c and the U ,I thus, obtained, a monvmient will be erected which. off their stocks. Since then, however, we enduring the fatigues and incident New Orleans Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy, Chi ese, ; ;.
f like Jim in w hose honor it it is to Ue constructed will hardships fcc. $ G. H. &. T. E. LINDENBEUGEll.Feb. ,
"C tlIItiUfl of Eng: lall d,has have had a gradual improvement both ki demand to the nature of the in which
ui expedition t
urtheprolTi-iwl 27,1835. t9tf .
i ie ( be without in the ;
V:'lC a parallel world, Every whcrs the ,
and price, until yesterday, when the they are embarked.To .
f fA ft UIII'r, ?tl usl-iCtiuu: .xlljippu-hension niLinory of the Father of his Country is held in vene- NOTICE ;
11't'1l sales estimated to rech 11,000 bales and
;' with relief i> di. i ali-dand just I rationThe time has come when the stigma of int.Tati'.udc were the individnals who have been mainly SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to to the lion. ?? : .
I ; .TUjrtuie' I the entire business ol the month Is weighty. their efforts in ih. of the of Leon fur ..
I by /
llIiou l1Ierta shall be blotted from the escutcheon accessory personal raising Judge County court county, '
of
the
he
r:J lu'd 1111 r I % n- I' : The demand from the trade has hud Asa H. .
'( ai t' t.'IIIt" to con. these companies, credit in due and the leUrs of Administration on the estate of a.gtkiodes
: I great ,
ol'; Republic, and Americairpeople will no longer be i '
? ..1.\\, ha.. {It.'dl froneai involving two tend with that from exporters and speculator, General Government, cannot fail of late ofsaid county deceased ., ; r
J CM" ""I\ I i taunted with indiffcience and apathy lo the of, awardingsome DURANT C. CRAFT.
e and an.. ii-nt ilhc>, j in a bloodyi.l memory I and ihe result has been to enhance the value merited mark of obtiou for the disinterested i
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'mndly n "u ms their illustrious Patriot. app Feb. 27 Ife36 236wf .. ,.. of,

,':\I 1 I.*. final1: adjustnl] on I trnn I honoraIjl FJlluic Citizens! The monument to the erection of of all descriptions of short stapled Cotton, except acts of such meritorious citizens, CENTRAL HANK OF FLORIDA.Tallahassee t ::4 } ,
i iar. I the best, which barely maintain the value A few will Feb.27 1836. $ ,
t tilt> 4"Clin i tin)0' 1111* I, which you ate now called upon to conribute, must days bring us something decisiveof .j 1 .
j .eit" h i'111o' i. of 30th ult. Stockholders of this institution are he -6by 'j
i
: l \\ouliyofyoursclves, of and the the strength condition. anti_ nmcrn ,ul of. th. fBIHE _
Continuance your country, to n --- -- '
. 'CIU'lj'l'.tJllO.1I1&llt! :1 --CtP 1"eo JL notified that instalment of two JoM3rs on acl' j
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an
i, \ 1 The sales of the month in all .
are 109,770 Indian
( t HI hum is be dedicated. It disturbances Florida which trust "
, i man to it to will be a monument we shareufstockhas been called for by ne board o! directors ,f

, ,I t' 11',. J'C prrraoii IUin'" fllt'--lIrt.'S of IU'l'Jlra-J : I Itlllll"r t not \Vashington alone, but of the gratitude bags, including 87,240 American ; 10,470 will he so far put down by the alacrity and seal ; and the some will be due and payable a'.the 1

, ltju'J 1,1'; tkl! l hutJtJ"! :tIdall'ty: of I the I patriotism, munificence, and taste of the People of the Brazil, and 12,060 East India &c. Of these of the volunteer forces, as never again to be Banking House in Tallahassee, on the first day of ". I'..4

. cO\lIl'rr. Jlul.Jic .11t.-.Illi"l1 h.i-. been forcibly! pn-seiit age of the Republic. It is intended, there- the trade have taken 74,400 bags, of American revived. Humanity and policy both combine May nut L. A. THOMPSON,:r. ,":: '.,

j.rcctii' l hr lii1* pro-srHt p i luro (If( our nfTsiirs i i i' 1 fore to make it -once stupendous elegant that it and 17,230 bags of other kinds, whilst i t. render the removal of the Indian tribe from _WANTED.A Cahil- "f.. ,

\ lithe' pciiianir' of?Ut,Ji; .licuin; our Navy I! may lie an object in which ihe present generation will speculators have bought 13,000 and exporters their hold indispensable to the future peace PERSON calculated for carrying on a Tan lnrd ,,- '

t ;;li>iy, tmd at which future generation will admire 5080 bags.It : and prosperity of our countrymen in Florida.At or Tanning and Currying business, will f net I
J ccc\l1l ooniiiifrcial i illnC:1
s '\1' Ifn st t that:) the !1.wu wonder. To do this a gener ,il I contribution of will be seen that the stock of Cotton now i a meeting of the committee appointed to with employment and liberal wages will be giv>;n, 1 .: 1.

. : !he (;julc! w.ll not iWoaft'T bo Kti"iniliz d I 1 .oui he buiiill sums required. land which everyone held in Liverpool is 131,700 bags of all kinds collect subscription foi the widows and or- will all gife a liberal price for 100 cords of red oak. ., .:"
I It bark delivered at this
II I 1 itH< ol'iht: ttcal\vM in: :\Jival Jut.'r111:1' i! :.ti anonl,) will be suliicient. For these the agents against 145,310 bags held 31st Decemberlast. phans of the troops who fell in the late massacre or near place.GEO.. FISHER. "1

\II' &11I111'! IIII1l'f hn\foi': v innto' tiomblo] for i of the.Society are authorized to call upon each of you You will observe that the increase is in ; between Tampa Bay and Fort King Tallahassee Feb. 26th 1836. 29tf_ .:..

.t IIii' :lfi 1 1) I''!''ir' : iiiIIi'ii: afloat' on a pinspcrtt'a ami It expected that no American will be found so the lighter sorts of Cotton whilst in American in Florida. The (allowing report was received LOS' OR MISLAID. :

I.' mcilllronl: his own reputation and the chrractcr of there is a dimumtion compared with last year. from Mr. Robert Lay ton as treasurer. or ten receipts from Gen. Calls Lam. Of'i
unh l1atiull':0 i j inJi-r.;*.'' to us j in i t lbo.eliuild EIGHT the
war ; favor of J. A. Willej and esute a
lotcfose wiilihi.ld i
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di I. as or his mite from .
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country an The import this j car is more than 100,000 Amount of subscription handed over by the. I o ,
'p'p '".(,'t'. \I1U11 up j aiuJ >uo.lilill.:1'y.i j oujtct so iiuble.su patriotic, and so honorable to the I Daniel Faust. Any person finding the same, o:j
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bags greater than ia any previous twelvemonths different members ef the committee.L. confer a favor by leaving them with R. H. Berrj or -t ,

1'pJ the IP'tun3tC' arm of tlclt-nco of a free people.FEOM A met ican People. and there i is an increase comparedwith Morris, $115 SO the subscriber. J. A. WILLE (. i' .

By cider of the Board of Managers of the Washing 1834 from almost every quarter. Robert Layton, 252 00 Jan. 27, 1336, 292w'ffNo1'1E. __ ;

TAMI-A.-The tetlllboutlcrc1wnt ton ational Monument Society: ; r
I Frederick'Beckman, 200 00 Ji

J I C |(it Vincent which La* arrived at Pensacola, I! GEO. WAlTEKSrON. Secretary. From the Mobile H.'J Commercial. _lU\.t. .1dertiltr. Alexander Price, 435 00 WILL! 12lh be sold day to March the highest, the bidder East half, on of Saturday etion f ft3 I

reports that the day the left Tampa, a heavy I Fram tde.\". Y"rk Evtni.ig Star, Feb. 10. : The week past has noi been characteristd with any Johr. Culbertson, 571 69 Township 1, Range I, N. and W. The above : :'

'. I brIng was heard in the direction which Gen. / I o'clock, P.1.. f extraordinary activity in the way of business, The Martin Gordon, jr. 40 00 track of Land has a clearing of 25 or 30 lacres, a argn t".' ;J

L\TE FUOM ENGLAND. i river navigation into the ir tcrior is now fairly opened John Holland, 55 00 portion is first rate hammock and no Kind in the country -
t GlIDl'S had taken tho day before on his march Uy the Packet Ship I England, Uajn. Waite, we have _._ia.. r... ..tu.0 in KnUr; ih' nnaratione of our Francis Burlan 73 00 is better watered having on it several never failing /'

I inio: the Indian: Nation. lIe had one thousand London dates to Dec. 30ih. Air. Hudson is a passenger market, except it be the unwillingness Planters "pring\arul it is altogether a verydesirable t:'aet

I on board the England, from whom we have received and Merchants the country to comply with present R.J.11AciLE.STRAYED. i Ii
and under his command all in ,
filtr high
men tile following coriespondence. prues.Vith regard to rates of Western Produce, Total, $1741 69 :"

fpiritsi and ajier, to av 'njc the blood of their j SPEECH OF THE KING OF FRANCE.In we have very good reasons to believe thoy will not be FROM the subscribi r in ". -'

fellow! cotnilriiKjn. The next arrival from 1 I I seeing you again assembled around me, I am lower this season. The selling which prices of cotton are MINISTER TO ENGLAND.We Thomas county, on the 31st .; .' p., i

happy m having to congratulate myself with you upon governed by causes concerning we cannot as of Dec. last, a bit jwn .. r :
'. .sbe fClt: of \ur, *\ill be looked for with intense the situation of our country. Its prosperity increases yet form any precise estimate They are certainly as are not in a UabU of quoting the N. Y. day ie r.

I anxictr.FROM. jveiylay.. Its internal tranquility appears high at present, as the condition of Foreign Markets Heiald except for its inocent "baggatelle" effusions -: ,bnyHORSIbaldt.cc\feet, or years Said! .- l'
the roach of to disturb it will justify. We see therefore no good grounds for which neither .
henceforth beyond attempts ; the hesitation manifested by our friends in the intcrior generally speaking offend i Horse has been seen at the plantation of: Jesse H.Willis ,. .J ;

; TAMP\."-Cajit. l Mudolpli, of) ihe Reve I IUtCUIt.'r I and ci surcs us power last abroad.session The have measures attained that the in entering the market to make their purchasersfor friends nor foes; but the following article and is supposed to be ume where in the sic igh- :: .;'P
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St. Marks yu ail"pud in your the from (hut spirited journal, in relation to the .- bortood of Talahassee. A reasonable reward will "
: Di-xtcr. arrived at i veriertif. I cud that wiin e-ouccri nropascd ourselves. They season.COTToNOn appointment said hor at tl li ; i
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given to delivering ,
p
any
I N t' further! intelligence lm. been had oftliet'wp I havc onsoliilati-d public order and our institutions. Thursday Friday and Saturday lasta of a Minister to England, so fully y b'stable of Peter Robison, or to )I j.

: umlcr j t'i.! l;iI iir.es: since tlit-ir arrival I atA.aCatVcr. .[[ I Vas deeply uiLctcd by the sentiments which vey good feeling prevailed in the cotton naikcl; meet our views, and the tribute it pays to a J' WILLIAMS, O 1q
and transactians to the of 2500 to 3000 bales JOlS .
I!! I'Ydin-e nunile-s.e-d towards myself and my family, extent i is well merited Seven miles south of oad. !. I !
distinguished son Virginia so Magnolia
!! .-'1 wY't'l', however, on 1 the I rack which is remember Pro- took place at the rates quoted in our last and perinpsajshade 1" I
painful ,
wJien at .1 momciil Feb. 26 1836. 29 3w
above. Since then little has been done. and so justly applied, that we should be __ '
". the: t'tenv. 1'l.e. ship; with the Volunteers : vul-iicc dei n. d lo preserve me a life forever devoted very j

"nm! ih'x! p'.j-c WI' spoken\ alMin I t"cl1l.'e .I to .s.usc.. vx-e of nsy country.An Buyers are askingareduclionwhich in several instances fastidious beyond the bounds of both good taste. Corn and Fodder. : I 14
undertaken for the of has bcm conceded, We have graduated our quotations and did it HAVE thousand bushels and frorc five }
I ;xtditi"n, security our good sense, we hesitate to giv a two corn, .
:. .,e. i."1111..1! t i.n.itu'e: ot f'I'lwpa I U.iy. i''i.s 'ssiui's ill .fri11.15 l>ecn conducted and accom- to suit the rates at w hiGh sales have been made in columns. I ten thousand pounds fodder, and almos' '1UU j-jto
within the last two days, though so little hit, transpired prominent place our ,
,
: us was becoming the honor of France. It is bushels good seed Peas for sale.
"1.. 1jd"! ""IIH: tInt (: cl\'. I'alllll lia (1"t..r- 1.l.s,1 WHit em
time Ii iul>!II's, anti lfall eis of our brave soldiers. Good and Fne cottons are in request and would C3m- From the Jfev York Herald Feh. 4. Mickasoky Feb. 23, 1839. 29-3w_ r
naat.d t'l "I'il,111.i j : null Inrre' Oil I tluj .Suiiny s4tlv mand fully our highest figures, but there i i. scarcely a -_ _ _ _ _ ,S.
I have' iciM IDC" n nlnlate myself on the stale l
41) j ; bale of these descriptions on sale. The market is "MINISTER TO ENGL ND.-We understandfrom Lumber Wanted. } .
\141:11'111 :111:1'11:: s till&t po--ihh lrpri'ol ) f II '1'\1'1..11 nuii the European!: poycrs. Our in.It. -
not firm. aud appearances at this moment seem to indicate Washington that the Hon. Andrew Stevenson lumber: !: l'
:JI"I&,. ill tlat ,-",,,:. a.n.11: wiii: Circa.: Hiiain: i is, lira" n closer every PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for .
fjlltt1cr.We I i.u. ; .lId$ I C"x 4 ry .liin; IIhIHn.le. with confidence that farther decline. I has been nominated by the President by the subscriber until the 12th I to :

tile tit .4 c we ('tiuy; \ i.t not be dthlurl>eJ.i The receipts of Cot Lon this week have been 8773 of the United States, for the office of Minister of March, supplying' limber, and such other lumber '!'
\ ::11,e illtld.l to thp :11I'utihll our r D'I.! | has continued take our bales-thCJ exports have been 9823, leaving in all a as be for completing the U.S. Ar- :
lo
J ;iiivcriiiucni upon may necessary
i Aiy United States to Great Britain and the
:.k hand ot 43GI2 babs. of the ; ,
sto : on Flo.This
f?:!, fur a Ct'!! of the I'lendi-nt's] fommu'Mliori 1 i fion icr nxl in-pain' ', tic measures best calculated senal now building at Chattahoochee, I MOBILE CLASSIFICATION. John H- Eaton foi that of Minister
to How .
the clauses of the Treaty of April Hon. material must be of the best quality of yc ;
": to the Senate biM'ic that l t-i fl1llilltirlfu1) ) .Cll ice. . . Ib. 15J 16 .
COTTON. a
1ying ; ody I oll'or ardent wishes for the internal Spain."It. pine, free from sap, rot, and large knots, mu: t be t. :
s'l'l the :, -2t, I'- SJ. up the clJnslliJ.lu"n! . . . .Good. . . Ib. 15o 15J sawed with edges, and conform to bills v hich b
Scminole and for
connected illt the Peninsula squaie
I the ; recollected thot short
will be
season
\\
papers
pacificaium a
. . .Good Fair. .Ib, Hi a 15 will be from time to time, and furnishe 1 the :! "
I Isabella II.
prepared
-;, '"3r. hisl: ('ump1de'IIJir) ttillll of lliR C jicrameiit i: of the throne Q.ueen 4 IS31 wiih the . . .f'uir. . . .lb.I l o 4 o 15 .i since, Mr. Stevenson was rejected on a simi- contractorfor his government. *

; It I re reltltJ.ttlJeT..catyof July . .Middling. .Ib. 134131Ordinary. lar nomination by the Senate. wttnout any Persons offering will please state their priCE per .
: fiom micct inattention of America hns nol been able to receive -
or ; I United Slates yet
any execuiion.! . . ... . . .Ib. 12 a I2JLIVERPOOL cause justification other than those ridicuous foot, superficial inch measure; and whether they will .'
ul"s complete
LOWS that the nH' t taken, have uniform.j i I CLASSIFICATION. make their deliveries on the Arsenal ground or a the
The King; of Great Britain has offered to me as . . . 15jal5J party scruples which mere politicians frequently .- :
j erJ Lfrn < the 1 . . Gocd .I Arsenal wharf on the '
] in advance or information i : t i from \\ ,1\ AS to ,III. United States hia fiicndlv mediation. r : t A A r that Appalachiola. (
; ; . . . uoonrair..ii iita 10 I dct upon. We are bappv to see Payment be on rving tel per :
i-u-nd; : ; in desire
'j Jcal! of the d'flicuhiff.! IlIdc'Nl.-o suddenly I 1 have; accepted ;; you will terminated participate my . . . .Fair. . . .11,. 13(4 14 he has been reuominaled by the Preside ntand cent as security t for the fulfilment of "h whole con- ; ,.:' .J
be roan-
'j.1 C'd lliis that that this difference may in a . . Middling. . Ib. 13a131| without that he will be tract. '. i: r_
: bloody tragedy romnifnce, we nations not a hope con-
I honorable eat are
to two wp
. ncr equally c ... . Ordinary . .lb. 12l2I Before can be received the lumber must bt i in :.;
r." *"equite as m-icb, taken by surprise, as those (. 1 hope gentlemen, thai the moment has arrived for firmed without delay.V know Mr. Stevenson speeted and pronounced agreeable to contract b.r the I

} thousand miles
  • tancc. France to gather the the fruits of let her us prudence profit by and experience cour.- I From the National Intelligencer.It well; hi* fine talents, his dignified charao- Master Builder for the U. States, who will be sworn ,.

    ,; --- : age, cnhgthcncd by past let, us apply ourselves to with pride and pleasure that we recognise, in terhis admirable capacity; no man could have to justice to trie parties concerned.A .t
    : dearly purchased
    ," \lVeundcr.arid that Maj. .1. D. Graham calm so all minds, to render;our laws perfect, and to pro. yesterday's Message from the President wise counsels to Congress in our, been selected,more suitable than he is lo meet few good CARFENTERS. can find constant en ploy- 1t'
    J I interests of nation the evidence of the triumph of ment on the Arsenal. i. ; 1
    all
    the of between this
    measures the state things country -
    tect judicious of the Message present "
    flhe I The form and manner JNO. WILLIAMSON
    Government.
    has ,
    Topographical Coips, received i iI very
    civil-
    I J or- which, utter so many storms, holds up to be the distinguish it from the elaborations of the lower and England It is full and high time that Lieut. U. S. Army, Superintending. fJ J 1
    ders 1 I moderation
    noble
    for of ,
    1 the immediate: (rouMiuclion of the ized world the salutary example be the work of the l'ons tu- )
    durable success. This care of its Cabinet, and shew it to the relations important and delicate now pending Chattahoocee, Feb. 12 1836. 28-4w. fJ
    1t road: (rom the Alibama; line \ Maiianna, to ,I the only pledge is chief lional advisers of the Executve.Ffhe President has between this and France in -
    its duty ,
    t repose, its liberty and greatness my his own opinion to the unanimous opinion of I country t !
    " Appalacliicola\ \ and that: he! has! proceeded to ami its happiness will be my dearest reward. his yielded Cabinet. In doing so,he has acted magnanimously which England is also involved by her mediation '" itlt

    >; Wahinton fur lush UlIll'uls. tic Alter Home the Minister King had read ceased the,oath and,si'ence and the was Deputies restored whilst by the firnnessand union uf their councils his shou.d be grappled by talent more mature

    , repealed, 1 swear. His Majesty then retired. Cabinet proper deserve honor and gratitude from the than what may be necessary for a simple

    We are requosicd to notice the arrival in from Hu son's hr hanLs' News' Room Corrcspon- country.We take no exception whatever to :he terms of the Charge d'Affuires, who are frequently simple !1 E

    this dty of the 1Ii-\'. M(-s:rs. Taylor and dent. message. 'Vh:n the hcnor or independence of the enough, mall conscience.44We (
    j LONDON, Dec. 30. Nation in concerned, we shall be among trust that no delay will be producedby i
    are
    Wourt, of the Piole ,, ChurchDiiue arrived here this evening, any way ROBERT J. (
    >iant Episcopal The President's Message which the first to desire to see them vindicated! and do not tue Senate, in confirming the nomination.i HAVKLEY" 1 J .

    hcrvicc will performed at the courthouse from Liverpool 1 by express. The vessel broughtit object, therefore to see them guarded es the President Auctioneer 8f .
    timr that the Minister reach 1'
    the new can
    to England, having arrived at Liver pool, yesterday, they have been in the acceptance of ihe media By COlnmiso
    to morrow at 11 o'clock. of all here concur in says instructi-jna for his SALE DAYS }. !'
    al I o'clock.) Persons parties tion. And as to the improvement of the defences of England, with proper high .londays& ) ,

    praising the President's Message,relative to the mis- the Nation, fixed or floating, we are ic favor it, to a I, duiie. the. British Cabinet will be ready to Tallahassee, OClobr 11-tf .>. i
    .. --- -- -
    I i I"*"j.kn O L/ALI. will( sail U-morro\v in the Iteve- understandin!; between the Uuiled States which and baa France been reasonable extent, as a part of true national policy, submit the final; l stllmnent frem the French EXECUTOR'S SALE. r'O
    I The dele-mined, moderate tone external circumstances
    yet -
    its not
    5 flue c Uer Dallas, for Tampa, to take comt assumed in making the expose, has been most happily dependent, conlingences for justification, but upon en iu intrinsic wis question, in the character of a mediator. Mr. N Tuesday the frt day of March 1 shall l ell the ;'.. '

    J,j t "wind of ihe Troops (from tins district, now on chosen, and the arguments so well put that the gene- dom. Stevenson w 11 have a double duty to perform highest bidder, the prcmlss and with out re-
    ral opinion is, that France bas not been left a leg to the task. His acne, all the Real and Property bel >ngt; J
    ;p lkeir way to that place. stand on. Indeed she seems lattrly to have been aware but he is fully competent to very to the Estate ofth, l late M. G. Wikoff, to wit: 11 or1SOO '

    of the awkwardness of her position, and nccord- To the Senate end House ofHepretentttivei.The offered : appointment augurs'certainly for the future acres of first rate Land, 40 Negroes, 6 lorses,

    .I An. address will be found in the columns of this dingly it was formally announced since 1 wrote last, Government of Great Britain has peaceful-rela lions with France." 10 Mules, Cattle, Sheep,Hogs, Household and Kitch )

    daI paper, from l'1"' Sccrc'ary of d than an offer of mediation had been offered by Lord its mediation for the adjustment of the Even'Noah of the Star seems willing to appoint enFurniture,4c.
    inriety organrzenslIlD.on.
    W\V This '(\vhoscPiesidenl was Granville on the 25th on the part of England and had dispute between the United Slates and France Mr' Stevenson. Hear him. Terms made known on the day of Sale.
    )
    late hic J slice Marshall has commenced an been accepted on the 27th. Carefully guarding that' point in contioveray, By. onler'orthe Ezecvtors, \
    )
    "The to the nomination uf Mr. Auotio
    tl'lakwg Every possible effort has been made by France to objection R.J.HACKLEY, leer.
    iid Cur "> which every American is interested, obtain the Message before the meeting of the Chambers. which as it involves our honor and indent Stevenson. .. Minister to F. l._nd.. At. hn. l lust, Tallahassee, 16th Feb." 1336. 23 2w
    WLlc.I1c"ery American should r3rth an ef-- -- -- --. --- '
    t1L put has been to the dence admits of no compromise have f'7' FCySale to at 11 o'c1otkprecisev.:
    Thecjtjzens' of the different states have entered & powerful stcumer despatched session, 'was/that be waT taken from th commence
    ""Lli i enthusiasm mouth of the Channel meet the Bane packet, tho' the offer. It will be obviously has returned }Florida
    into the views of the managers, cheerfully,accepted Speakers; ir.tu fill that: office which wa P. DUVAL. who to ,
    ge 6un< has it wasgcncrally supposed that i would be rstbroughtto mildest Wtt. himself and R. 2. AL-
    s contri-
    !Wionr thus been collccu The improper to reaoit even to, .the settle permanently,
    i, u nol solicited as a f.xvour: but nn opportunity I this country, and then to I-ranee from London. of character until it U excrcuing Executive.influence and.contrt LEN. have associated themselves in the pra :.lice of
    u compulsory ,
    Abdel measures
    PesenieI to coda imlividual of! enrolling himself I Some successes were obtained in Africa aver over the officers Congte *!, always d.nei'oui the Law. They willkoep an office at Tallahasi ee and

    tt.11Is. f.unlly, as members of a highly jwtuotic s>oci- I Kader, which the French papersat first magnified into ascertained, whether "France has' declined' I or to:the independence,of 't body. 'IbI St. Joseph,and will practice the Superior ourtsiu
    ; a glorious victory. Subsequent accounts prove that accepted the mediation. I therefore recomend the the counties OI'LeonJeft'trs DGadsdeo, Jacki on, and
    A1'n Credited after dispeising the Arab troops '.be French troops objection being removed, we presume II( the Court They pledge
    at agent of Washington Nation- a .suspension all proceedings on the part 1my' Fnwklin andin Appeals.
    I I.dQQl1n1e"1- A8ociai:, I would now lay its claims proceeded to Mascara, and disgraced itself byburning" the 15th last pOiDimrot will be confirmed,aa the 'present heouelres to give strict attention to all businc ecu

    t4UOtt\he l'Zcns of Tallahassee, confident that whenBpon it *o the ground,being al the lime under no necessity aped' messae et' of January ,of ftlinwtcr,to London hasJoo$ beao recta Mod to tbeir management. W M. P.DIHAL.

    they will evince an active and ready spirit. for so doing, a. provisions ft.r" fortnight were found, which :"proposes a, partial non'intercourse: withFnufee. re\:,. ,. R. C. ALLE (.

    J. LOltiNG 'VOAtl.e. wiihin the \tftUf, The:Duo 'Orcan| Was expected .. While>* moot too bih1sjrc.- :! -'rJ ., .. :, 13ib, 1&6, 27tf

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    : JQnuLhan lFji! umntoHS tid nspokndusn in l'res- pRAPER & TAILOR, S. MILLER hasjust received acoispieIe StscOfS'rAPLE 4 LL persons liaviar r.aihis!

    2 I. S 1 as n the case IrpDn preniif- & FANCY which he Elijah W.Swt dccc dare

    t. ) o,1?, Juhuson. Jaaicges 1ZOO. wilL sell tow Ibr Cast Cotton or ajptuveJ ciedit. sent tlictii .:uly auttlenth.ld withiti ti

    44 i1ia..hsiuiI issuid Feb. 1 1h( 1S36 FLO ItIAA, Tallahassee, October iist, I J ). i'2tfG. bed by Its i, to the subse rjtcr or his
    1 Tcrni 136 for county. Wifl.B.MCCa1Ior
    fl11..rnatle :u.ipiit
    OULD respee2fuliy inform his friends and forrner rcd Ihias they wiij ,
    t Sj* J ;3 34. W customers, that ho haajnst returned from 0. & 'F. E. 14INDENBERGE1t 8f0 ke indebted tc the cst are
    inUrtvr. mit immediate
    Dcrcntlant i Ld c.ie, and all others I with assorLment. of sclit. Chasr Iruiti B..lti :orc, aitti daily N V inc n. iN
    York and
    :ji.IIIE 01 t1II ssuiflg of bald writ New a new splendid receiving per i"eh. ( II'J.EXECUTORS'.
    :. will iakc nice and to the dccIr.1' Tailor GOODS, which he is nowopening at tleuld and well expcctilig by other vebstis, U icral aSortfl'tCLIt I

    )fMtiCiiIfleflt ziid t a1qlcar ph'iI such kiiOwiI stand til K. B. & .1. Ii. BULL, (recently occupied GOODS, c3tiSiStiIsg ol Grocci its, I.i! y (j uods, liues, NOTj-
    LbC SL3LUtO &fl ..
    .. tin filed iii d cisc, .CCGL'S1It by the Iatc Ii. A. Piersoii,) and to whicli he invitel Crockery Waic, hiun.1ture, Faintitig ULebisils, 4c. ib ,. .
    ei.tzit
    Cabe, 111 Lde atid ;'roidc'1. those wliowish to ptircluse cheap for Cash, .o &c. All fvhich they ofThr tor sah low hoc Gash or Goulditig; 4IgaInb tI
    dcctasd.
    S 3. 1). 'i'1'cOTTjr Att'ys for pl'ttr rLLAIIAssE LLORIDA.DJECTION call and ciamifle his asortincLI1, which consists in country 1)1 odttce.Nov. Selit LhCnI duly authcnt.catcij arc rcq.ir teunud

    ;; C. :;. ititv.D ; : paL, ottlie following, viz.- 'tlt, 1s35. 13-tf scrib.d by luw, or they still be, wj1 L.e!

    't'rd F( I. I tli ibtP. 27tf Blue, Black, ljrown, Olive. Green, Dahlia, Muthe&ry.aiid indebted to the estate a. e fcrevcr bdtd. .r

    J ) : : lII)1)Lr: I iiitcr--Li: CtVTJtIi Mixed BlaBlCk NOTICE.THE ate payment REUI3ENELIZBEl.hj rcqncted to in

    ,. III %l ixcd, 4Ji.LU the
    i 1. ici: is, : ( 'l ) ( UNDERSIGNED hav.ng purchased entire -
    : U
    1rcnii1tseu [Thick, Lavciiccr, and Le-ssl1U bUAA1' tl the Merchuntiie Jan. 16th I36. OL'lJG
    the
    : i vs I ,: m tac upofl interest UI Ih.( GitLeczs En"y E1 23-3w.p'd.
    _
    _
    aiitl Article bet'rc otkrcd an Lhii.trkct. -- _
    lIcw stlICrl) tieve'
    ,
    ) JLilolSCfl. es-l ).twagvb S 1.t'O.j ( ; estabilsusent; COItUUCtCd under the firm ut Bet-

    .11Iacitttit iudJafl. 21st 1S36.RiurnUe J'L'STkVGi ci tvcry dt scriptIOII. consist ton .Etisiry in this place, L.olines his Irsends and

    j f, I So .IjuiiLcran, 1836 for iflg4)uIIlaCk. and Blue Cloth uIeror BL.ck iIlc Vc1.yr customers, that he is now receiving a general assortment S IX iHuulthS after dait', I shall rrcsent

    j:'; j } .iucy Ftgutctl do., splendid patterns, Quilted olGovdsseleclcd by tiimsell with cute in Buston. atiti vouchers for a flea! seLtenciit! : riy

    rui: eis'. nd a.I others ntcsS'Vt1 Silk, do., .1euiii Valcitcia, Clialiicc, JtirsctLlcs Siik, New York and Ba.unwze. and utters the same the honorable ilit- County Court ot a

    ( '% ill tac! of the iSstii. 'f vf tL a lie" sIylct ( L; $ Iancv tII tb. at scduced J' at rdail, at the statlu ucCUpLtU oyth lur a discharge lion, the Leoa

    etztt.'trJniett: 2fl'1' tt ipe.Ir u4aI plJLI Li) tiLe dccrauils FOR NEASUE4ENT ALSO, A LARGE ASOIti'MENT OFN ha c fiirrn. ALSO- tate o Janes hiuhics, I&ceascd.IILNW1 .

    IliC st.ttUtC ifl SUCh The Ileighi indispensable.I. Expected daily bi ig Harmony," dirrct from F.
    3 : 4 i II stiij: cd.e afl ttIII tO E A D YIADE CLOTHING.AflbUibg per SI3IMONSJ4.
    .uuI 1)uvilid.) J. U. VI.SL C&1V1 i. I. Round tlic chest under coat. Liverpool, on cofligflzneii Itcmer! .5. 1S33.

    4 .i'' f D.ii i J.' 2 1 4 I3U.. Iti J\I t'y t)1 1'Pifl 2. Do. Waist. WltCIi aic the 1oIloving Articles, viz- 30 hIfl.. haLisloered LItON Iw %% __

    1'? 4.- 3. Froni Uak-scani to elbow and knucIdcjout. hue, Bick, Browi, (.)hivc Green, Dahlia, Violet, :: O Cra es Eatuieris WARE AN D'S 1

    NlI'DL : ti.t .- uaz.zioi 4. the thigh. \liih1ciri Urcrii anil 'tlixcd Ire.is 4 Frock Castcti 180 p eces COTTO.. BAOGIiG I AND

    4 ; ? ) :; t;. i: 'U!!, ( ) (IiIIhQflS zd 6 Roundthcknee iiiied Ocer Culis Gei rntn CaubiIltL JiuX Cats, 1020 sarks Liverpool grutlilti S Lr, ,qgo.lire J'jlls.

    : ': ndttiti t'r $LCOO dainacs 5. Itntn thic )iip..joint. to the ancle.p. I I uci I v jIi iiiib.i, 04) .1 lIt I SI!I k, quil ted t) .nnghoti t, ne"'I which he oilers at wlwhsate to Mrhaxits, at or near N conscqunce .1 U untiscrous attc
    (.t ..,._. 1836. .. __., .
    I---- i (' &LtIIC t') StIflL; tetIfl .i. .,.g.ntlt.flhf'tl fit adistnceinay Ii i i Si1flrI.I itt liZ ItflI tIack (iliL4 Nur York nri' -a.Sh'LiI' i''ln, iLliltatiulis of Ittvata',

    : AtUteIl it tt becnahledtof3rwariitlieil flCUSLIICSwtick Cloaks hi Gelitlenbcn. Bliuk, Bio n and Olive Cotton ptirclsaseil as usual.'rUiuUTT. IlOys 011 the has deternjntd

    F-ni I3F tjfi'r.bnt anit tIiCIS jttlCFCbt&tJ W1 LflIC wiLl cve meet with prompt attentiflfl.It. Grcen. el,, for Ladies'. Blue, ll.uk, and iib Cloth It. BETTON. sales cxclusivcly o nctits in c : tOiJkt

    ..JI... i I I e instu IiIIII (4 s.isI suit 811(1 the issuvtt HAL'-EY would respectfully inform his customers anil Cassirncre J'ants. IJl.ick 4lixd, Lavender and Tallahassee, Oct 1, 1b'. t3.IflYSPEPSIA centI I y, ltona s 1101)5 'Lb .L Iht gQ..ne gj

    : "'kg tf s.iid al t rhI'H U) apIItkr iid p1cd to t1i : and the Public generally1 tat he is contiflUt'g Corded BIC'4.SItI 410., illite. lllack, and : cI miv'tl Satlincli had, aitti to guard the iiin-c ( tietLahlyi

    .t:. .li' a 1 ltd i' i I ca ( eu(J3t1g tO thO SI atute tI.o 'roi1orin IusIfleSS in all itS branches, asucccsor (10 d. ltiniuid .Iarkyts. J'ES'I'S 01 all desciiptI4)flS ANI) I IVEIt.uWPLAIN[ ,:_ I i bits of uituthorist ii vi.nttvrs ; )

    in suIi niiil.t ar.t: to the late firm of H. A. Pierson & Co., at Ill'ic flih! Inck Cloth, lJl.ick Silk auth F..nicy : l'roJes.sol f I'qjsiotgiciIeLiLCifle his tt his In hhtsti'ii, lY \ork, I'hil

    S 3. \VES'It; fI, jr. Lt'y for PIaiuLifT. his old and well known Stand, on Jefl'ersofl sree Vclveu ofall I'aucriis 4. L'ig'ircs, Quiltcd silk, Ulackiii who, Itir sevual ycurs, l.s, deited l.is I r.tn 1a Ii IIUOrC, tO snak: w .r' ties to ,tt rc i : ,

    ; 4 __:-i_;_!_ opposite thb Store of Mr. Dorsey, where lie i recciving : EIIli; ? it 'ilk striped, do, Bull Challiec, Vateti- attention tins Li) the trCatincnL oh crtaic tir inulerate disLflStS an!, oflite .Meaicines to cccrrgcLaig

    -I I IN IIIL ri uutr ur 1.t.u CotY. a fresh supply of cia, .\lcrins', anti all the IflOL a)1PrflVCIl that surceciled, by rhcitiic.I tnnIy..is ant! synthesis nlhLL1ttiLtes tit U 't fisiCitiUs arOttLItC

    I ?c.tsa1a Ia' p, apQpCniasisting are to bt tiubbd flfl1O% the lntet iiflIorU1iOI; Atsi', in furiiiiig a cnibiIzlti's! liqiin vt-rZb I IilbaLe CbIUhi.C i1ixttirt ha e bent istitjtcius

    t. '. / 'if a splendid assortment ot Fashionahieuperfinc a largeassortmcnt ci Fine Linen hiirts, White & [ted vegeable iritcipIcs, to whi"hi ho has give ii tIC :j.C'nistock &Co-ot.ew '

    ; :JoStPhi JV. KItit. ) III 'AssuffljSit.t CLOTH, ( ASIMERS, andVES I INGS, Flanel do do. lrave, s, toeks. C loves, Silk huntkcrclufs1 !- natlic i"l edicinzc Stnmnclikre ct Lepa ticze ; t hielh bus SiitIIi f..r .aIe. 'l'le name ofRwjatid
    uhI o her ISI1S r.scd, of with Bhark silk G Elastic JiuVCil tir iin'rc elliriepit tIIaIt aIII rfliCl% hieciofrctlicovvrcd i on Li C hitiults of the
    : f: r ii : p' great variety ofcolours anti s'yle, together rav.ti IIIII intnttlti,_ 'Ihegek
    ', .t .- .-. ii :i t fl &t ( I L8( lit iif .\t t.icIiti't has a complete ssotnient of F A N C Y Alt'! ICLES, SilkCott' i. an.! 'V t'r.ttsl I I isieryG ciii tetitn's Iiicli'eavc. iii ( tililig tlios : di.htvS1ttZ : ohIzigI aiLce! niay lie hia.'I Oh t:tC !otot! ; g

    f 4. 1cv1tud si 4 I tiC Si)1L.) I : I Cct k i i I lie Couiity tc'cks cjt the latest style, Cravats, Gloves, Supenders I1.'I1'S. atiii lItver do, Youth's Suin Uc d iid buds,, lileli .ILC ( :III % (1 II I!'I ,!fiC: ,L1ihi'r (tic. intti .'ige7its iii thih. p rt oh krtiia aid Geotij, ,:
    the .
    ('4UI-t 41 l IU1t jfl thu .1ItUVt: ftC : 1hyr Linen Ires Fronts and Collars, HusLery, vcr Fur Stat Calis, Ii inlirchls, and every a' tide SWCl in. tcriiis ) : aliti L.i i:1: : t' E. E. Vet Ions, Get cri1 Acttt
    I'I.AXT-IL is hikct-, l'aIatta.Viltiaii
    vijj i lici cttu 1I1t.:1r a I tO the dcCiU aioli Pungee Handkcrchief 4c. &c.Li vliicli is iiccdcil Inc a tivii lci. u'. ol:Ii. iti ; t'ti-c hlir t.i.hcireiiiitt \ Ktrr &. Co., 'ihonzuvilc, : .

    itt; L1ti1: I s,1: *-t .4 A1rl' g tie .i iu 4t L1i- Ltu.c kewise a grnerat ass-irt meat of Fashionable anti J. 1). B. ILIld flISO iiuti'y tiliLt during toe past Snnbud. ihte Oh I tie Sii.ir. J .IbI.eS C. L;CCLL C uitey, ,
    .
    A t\II14.ag
    .
    i'I h'
    :.t:. uh: : te j.td durable c has becn : iii tnaiiuf'ci n: iiP. the nl'nvc ,synijt'siits ; *-cvo1iL'.iits :- Keir : .' : :'I.itks,
    & t. I. .'t. j1crLoT: REriq-.VSDE CLO THfXG.oSPting articles, paItic1IiIr.y fr this uiarkct. which are II ttilctrv, ii, t.r I''u iiiit iii tl.g sti'. .1 tisittias J\.t. LI tr! .t
    u ( .- s n,
    .
    1'l'tfl
    .1 ., ii1iI& h)1 ot Over Coats, Cloth and Goats Hair for c.ca P't' at ilL! ti ti I alit Ii ty, are not to be surpascdb v : :, :Lh, I ius iititi. ,' tii..
    -. r.::1 i 1ti; T7-:: ( nrn1i1it Wrtss andl'rock Coats. Coatces.PaIral4Jons b :.iv ;,iilit.: SfLtjOI ,, .,' ? 1t1,1 IlI tiik II.t flh'ititi : irrti.iiLtrii v i ., .- :,; s l; !s is ni'Iiiit5 fi : .: A nt, .lttaso..

    :.t J11S.J)1IN'ON) lsRE.; ( ; and Yests, uf almost every syc I ;1 cIj ItRtt1. (II) ti tIdfl his o'.Vn ; )(' 1 iii, lie Can 1Vi IiSIlfl. ,%1itit()I'H'ttS I'ualii.tIIsi,.11, ..l!. r % Et.II' It,1.titst ,_l lit 1a.i of 1:... l't; kii.s t.s. t all
    :i. t.-.i&S (II iii. the
    goods anti fashoa Also Linen and Cotton 'hui is, ttegr&c U I CI1 111flCr, i : t ho. saiie tiI st.rarfiuitI : ti''I t'v I ': a bo I: utCIL 5.

    A i ijjI.L.I.'J.i) : ett lL rI Ilrawcrs, 4c. &o. I In's .v';O ish it i I I chi.t.e; fl Ii 1st ra I( I Ii ic.! I Ictvoiiht ill h'(iIi'LZLtOiS lO'vIs. rgtsLtii: '1'aiI.ilissci July 7t1 1837. 4Stf
    I _
    ;, FLi : The "u scriber having on sand a Iarg and well i.ie ( I atII i h.t. lb!? tLjJ'. iiiv.: ''eIi itiinsneiatel ,.' i-il the : :tr. un iht: : f i.. -, _

    : ij ? 4c4\r: f J. Jarccr, : st ) laid in stock of Gods, vill guaranee to furnish y fibI I lie I IiIpurt( r, a iii! a i e Ii nm the Ia- IZ7i-.s r V. Ii.i; ; eIUsfi1, ofItiItt
    I th' .
    those who may pLase to favor him with their cus- Lest .riv.tls.'I'tthliassi'e. t %V ii : s ol ; ,; .t it hIEsubcribcr zes )cctuI v intorms Ihe
    I
    Lt4 i: VtUi i hS anti lie ii,
    i epciftt1y ut 1U Ii I lii sttnrlt lii ii eliil!
    torn wi-h irlice in his line ihe lowest ei.sp y, a lt rti'i ohasiI that ic wilt ha e the
    tiny on term _. _
    : .Ji.1 ) tti icd Ii ) % I he Nnri I, Orioi'rr 12. 1UNOuI'll ; atist '.. iii J.
    ( Cash ss th I :u-k thorough
    or and solirits reaLitti
    or y
    prompt humbly ashe at.tt
    paymeni
    fl ii flC'V th1 ? tefl'i.l s',iiIatiIt ul (I (JO 1)S iii laiiuor ihist urhicu riihil hUed
    ; hopes iu merit, a geu'rous share ol panonag:. : L.r .sh&e1" trL aLl iii cst iILnctsIIIcss Lti iCiLIIUII) UI ihoe no an wnhsnltio
    t Li I iii 1.t1ttU t 4' I ) 't I shrt ''f the tli '
    ; ILt- TahIahasee lit &a04'.I, '. IO the by he iei.th of I er isib,
    OctoLer 1st 1835. Ji1As i i I : r next. htselt
    1IlSideI
    : I I i 1
    r, tj.ft4fIl I ie hiii I t' 1i.ijt.s h)' 5 i1t ri ;.ccLt y ii r.n I hi. puhtic, li--ast, &c.'Fhc .
    ihe 5lsbscriber in bis that I It.t. Lkeil ilint every atntio1 shalt b. pail fur
    ttC2itI'4I i o a e zttit-c (1 LII' -IIC.! keeps constantly emply i t I Stiirr tin tflI'ia ci v nppnsite alve ,Ltdi&S! lent! cr"ir Lheicct.
    : ir; : afIci-tirus oh ; Iii nLdassin aint coureu1C1e 01 hs ,
    .l
    stcndy and first rate werkmen, he wi giiaraiit eto t'srs. I lay vtziiil :ti'l 2 IIS 'vheit: III has ust patrcr. .
    ? II7 I're raE stornarb, I icer, ztiid ici, rr, tet-ti ii itt tiig: iii I Ji s' (
    (v! -ii.u / execute alt orders at. the shortest noice, in the ieiicil u .x : ye ( hoi( 4' .tor: : ; ()l scason.11)14 sy, OILSUiSIjLIOII A. A. LlUE1_
    .; : t/ /C / zn, durable and tashionrble stye ft. }IALSI Y. gi.r4*, .' 01 I ItY CJ)1)1) llidy J\ lcIarLIi.Z) 14. the chuLiatc, Iiai. 'i'aliahiassee, ov. 2th, 1SE: 13ifLL
    its, age, sex, and tcbu er.'Hi 'II'I ''i I lie I r.l.y .
    ; ;
    Iiu Iii oxc4 : l l (-II, htt !. 3flJ lalt Lht>thui'g, lard Varc, G Inrril.s, China, ( tts t
    $ ( .1. 1'. l'E1Il.-: t!. I). ..
    .:. (1t .'t.( t c1 Ih(1'. .. d i ili! u IJt-bvfl, [ ItIIIJ, :1 titI Earthen a re, 11* '. *ill C'p, Di int. a II I S hoes Invetitor am sole Pi50iS nrc It :Pthiy loicisa: d ftm
    proiriCtrir.
    -. r J.a''a Je, i:41P": l y, 4t 4 :e41 14 ict, .tiitt VflLIEIE.C Sddki, anti Bridles, 'Fin SVare 1Jriis, c. All ofvIncIi LUlL t nig ti ss a.U. Ll.e Iai
    : lWlbV will be sold 10'V for cash. l'eslinoii ZatS.-Nibuierifli'! "cr1 1Cm t r. ini hr he nd ) uj' ;
    I'.ii't
    :. 1)iai a.i' a ()VCI Coats.t ( i, r iiiij i-t, t in. Its i t lie rati Iliown
    (ltbCil It In t i Vt 10 1 lie i I tit
    ex
    'FElO\IAS r u ii' .i rv u rs 1.rni
    't hAYS. jti C( 11n tiltase aial
    t :; I Tallahn'ec Nov. 2S lR5. l.ifS'I'OItAGE by iisins these nieihieiics; It, :Jti o.Io in a r thinihi'suhlici'iit ; u ty li.it rrII.i ;, ttit :
    Coi:1: c't1, c.txiet and tlrit-1 d, of to sitisIy the uiiils iI the desLroyitt or (stILe r% ish ii.jiini:; tie Lu.t-u n
    ? iie iicwt citor. S1'ltAGE Si'OIIAGE Itost : II I kiitt, itttis-, by spe.il kie tll.eir -
    Fioni 1)r. Jaizzes Ewe!
    .
    iuiIusoj ictcL '
    (, I
    4 utvi'i 1nIE'rs f aru coiors oInj:3s- .i'nt. 1IIt1).S
    bLi'LLLL.
    N
    : : C1oLai : I addition to his old vare-1iouse the LOlL, 0, 1IHLt5! : -' : ; f .'r"4., jt Jr t.e 1'rqru

    .; I subscriber has rcccntlycrcctcd a spacious build Niw-'r.i !:A.', 1)-c. ):l, 1Q31
    -
    VES'11GS. lbg 8Oby :3 feet, forrcccivincottoiaiid, ontls.TIMOTIIY To whom ii ,iiuy cuiitvii.-'l'his is To tha? I A D M I I s'I'R iVI'OIt'S NOTICE.

    1 I ; Sh 41 1-2Ied st1h 1i tti eI .su'cve; : ( .M'CAItTY. hitic vi1nCss' ii I lie opt-ratirti oF lr. I'.ter's .lhdicjpa I 1: :. IsiLiLt.S .1 I t ta y .ni jt tsnt ity acrcrra

    \'tIv t, ( Ztflt 1tflI(d Ch.t'es, iu'cudcd tr I.-- St. Marks, Dccembcr2lthl83l. SIotaclzicr it IhOIICr) in a ntintir it viry isI!; iiat; ( itt vt'tichers: ir ii in! s rttttitit, and a y

    S UI U IId 1'AICt1 .\It1lj11. Bi-uetde Uu&t1 Iyspeptic lull! Lit tr-ati- Liiu.s, sit Ic'nt; la rithilig, hike.'vise t I e I I on. thic .t nilge ot tt c Cour.ty Court of Leon, :
    1 \ hiiis itiir; Ctsttitii Stoekif.4 STAGE ri.o JACKON'iLLE.Tl.
    -: -f ,- iii several ensesol tI.e cbI.tilsttIttS! oh the Iccit .1 t1iseharc broth the at ::1IItX.atLOa of the esueeiVtlloithby

    ; 31Ct t x 1)rC'I) I ri ed, stri L" 1.Li u sV pUlIIC zire informed, and its atTicts were truly usi'tii !.iIL. I have 1)( lieSitLtiOb \ W 1iLcl.un t, dcceastd.

    Z3fliioc.s'uue iji-.t ( PCkS nTc, 4 FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden ihat Line ) ilL dt .hsring it )n fllrt val'iihle -, Ihc '.ALAII[ VlIITEHURT.
    a regular ol Singes prcjttr
    i-s-; : tec 'it1 4itL 1.Uit U aiI ( ut Ci 511i4 and cot IICIIJ and flower seedsjust received and 'varrcntctl those listresiisg iiiisnt.s tLat las evcr cozte w itin [ tlt, 1S33 I'J-Gs:
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    .. :
    lais *..uii Su'ip n'.e s, 1iieu fresh has bcei ) ) ( -
    ; by L.B. PEflKIN. .. 11W kitijvtetIsc. J.. ,. Es CVl.1! M I I'VilkcsConuty ..' I) 1 N 1 S'1R ATOIt'S NO'i'1C.
    Li .tcs, i1-ci i uo a tit .1 I Iut ti L' do. i.iU ) tOt$ &1u. Dct. ICth, 1815. 3Utt bcL. 1 IktII..bV .tii.J JttthivJIlC via. uw.tnncc I
    .4 I 24tij jil.ua ?ii 1.flt )' I Liuke chit-Is o ; leaving Tallahassee every M'nday nrnrning The trt1crsncd Gin. Jan. 1S31. i x l ONTI[S fron i his date, I shall prescnt aadittinistraijoy

    ( Iry iBLLt 1)avcis nnd thii ts, flaainel 'I'he City Hotel. and arriving at Jctcksinvihle n Satuidaylioinvheice ran bear iesiinony to the StT1)Crkr I account ,ut1ie tstate ofJthIcn '.lcGra
    ot Dr.
    .t. cflicnMy I'cter's i\lcdiciia
    :tid:: Ctt % Lt. 1 t 1 ShALL, aftertlic 2d inst. travellers to the NorLi will fiiiil ready convcyan'ctoSt. in tli of : Stnnzehijr ct lieP.1lC dy, dcc. CL) the County otirt .f Icen, and apdy,
    t'4'' resiimcrnvnwnership ChiC Dysp pcit anti
    ? It1.AD M.DF4 CLO FilING. _1_ ot this property to be c.ntinucd a a (Intel under Augustine by gcs, and to Savannah finni icrsnnal Livr-r Cornpltiiit be discharged thererorr: .F., B. V.11I'fIGadei'r.
    iIic.soli conduct and by the Steamboat. Fare ilrc each' w'v Y25Jan. cxpci-iciiec. \V.'IJ. C;. JO1lNSON. S,.. Mnik 'ept. 2G, ... -. 7-thu
    Trcs :ii&d 1L th 1 cELt ) figtI% cd arni management of Mr. Hamilton Ir. P'stcdiriiirn Stritaeii.-a I
    % iliII sIc et Yli i-lrh siU .atiu aud s1tue Ilnds.in. ThOMAS BtOWN i5, 1S35. 25t1 .JAS. M. hARRIS.NO Iii lipat ia put ii- '
    ) V41, ot t, T a rt-cis v i Ii ii irirtiotis isios.. 1..i, ( : I1h tort
    ritfltI .1i'itrcit in us.iii1' s Gots ti.tr Ctnbletp Jan. 6 JS3G. 22I'AX to three ( 'viii h,

    :r .: ): ; anti V her vcr coats 1'ICE. Tue price is Sl aA twcesary It' COUIJ-III te a cure rIIE ubei i5cr till. is for sale row, for ctt

    :i V4 4"k \\ isd COLLECTOR'S SALE.I I IX monilis after daic ajplication will be niade to grcat 9ItZlttit3 ut the nove! vaItale! ..M_ a grct varictv of new v1siioiatt1e ar1StkG

    p : .AiSL a full ) .) 1)1) t. Fnrrei ShALL C3OSC at sale on the first Monday in the I I'ui J uile of I lie t.0U1ity Ci1t fur Leon c it I tic Ict-it eOiiti tl lv ott very ha nd prcpa.latioris Otis. Ifls sock of ( liols l.aving been purchased

    .,. 1jArs-c.\p: &-.. ta)' flCt, at the Court tinuse door, ii thi town Coiiiity, fisi Jet iei-s (u Iisnissory on I leo estate oh I I. 1 I,,. I)i.h ( S ,I I by on the most. .;dautagct'u teruts ; he Is con tkii; that
    !
    I. w-I' lOl''' tt U th.Tt:4Irfl: : ( 13Et 1)fiv ) iii Q.uincy, Fart ofthat valuable Tract isf Land, known James I'j rin r tlccya'CILI, I t i c o I said eon ity.J.G.SEAICV \% IS atitliorcd t' 4Iisj:4)e iii i huo ,either ahaIiassihio lie caiLmake it tLc Iiittet .t'pitntcrS and ohcrzVaRC

    1: 4inJ, :,atl : s iI ai :I ni to 1. tqti.i1 to any as 1'r1es' Purchase," lying ',n the via hers of the sale or retail, iiii as rns o ;II4 It at Itnis a tall. iie tn:1.I paitirtilarly c.slt thea-

    tl.tlII1I1. U) ths ; ; % t it; W.r"i( *tiCfl) 10 Rocky Comfort, Caneand SweetWuter Creeks, and IIICIIAtI! ) SEILFFEt.XLCU! OhittIflCl (if the h'r"PI icti r. A ISO iiPS as lucy CZ1 ii lit tt fltjPa OI the Ladies (a ,[" tLihas.e aiid vicii.liy.t)

    1 *} J L' ), a' ht' v pti ( li stI : (ifl I hc Ljct'vccn the ApLachictala and Little Rivers ; ni esnuch TilIalnssce, Jan. 18 1836. 2-1 (hit lcct's. I I oi.Mis: &. I1.LIA by Camlit ijie rt .it variety ofcczint! ;; a.d I.hi.4bahAC. ariicts,

    : zuI % a1 t4l:(: ; ( ktL iroiu s pi o .tiult; .insi.uentty of it vitli the imprevements, as vilL bc sufficient lviii ALSLI.T Drtiis : & %vllicht lie ofler' tir sub as dl as t.C ,
    \
    Jo) :. liUtlrt.1i ly Od h I1i: hs iu his ttflplOV3at1't tn satisfy the County 'I'axcs du' thereon for tlic year NOTiCE.4 JO:;. 11t I E1'LEy, ) ( Ukl do whI to ClOlta e thuis ipportuitty: OCSUL'i17

    iho iCt 4X : and )ii iU ,.iaki ti eihteeii hundred and tidiLy-five, unpaid, with costs :x veeks after date np.flcajon will be rna4Ic to ']'he 14UOsv I'Ll'Ets( ing thit ISISI Ives n itI Nc roCk thtii and t.peG'tcsat.

    LU I j 1I) t i'C..A11 .- and charges; licing returned by the Assessor f.r said K i tho ll.n:. the (.nurt br the ( oiiiity oF Gad-deit htc Iii biat c t :' ;%bll4ii' tIi lthflbV 1r-.I ou.. th: ectieintly Iotv ives. C. C. %S ILLI'tME.Iccuintjez .

    )titiS i4'U1 I IR (9.ftffly ;.unctuily atedt to County as unlisted ; and the property ntCnli Mitchcli for letters it adiiiiistratiiit, ott the cstte of Juscpb within: the Cii CU tier citiircly ciii td or .rrc.i thy I'eiiclil ed iih, l33. 17u'N.

    ; Jc4v. u,5 l.-i: Peter MzicheitJohr. Carnachan, hiznmas Verniilt.p Fields late olsaid cuuiiiydcccuscd.vl last ics dye nntiilis, by ille use of Dr. I'c.Icrs' B. I 'vilt it to hi distitictl uidcrstdIhat
    i\1cthici'
    h1ivuI It. O'tten It R (16lolni I :nnwnnnFeb.6th136. Stomaclikrc et h1cIaticzc within thi ill ituit scit G.otl oil i ,'r.lit (it I ititiitbs.N1TIGE. .

    r'1) : 1NiS'1'iLVI'R'S( NO'I'ICE. I : '1', BarccnAndrow S. Gaii, Joeph I\I. Vliite : 266wJTo state oh Iicor1a.Mrs. .
    anil'Q'itliani Christie. Abner hicks

    : Six Ii r dali' we wlI pl' i 1 he Judge Sale to take place within legal hnurs. 1'crms C.isii. the Ladies ir'hute 1rs. Capt. James Vilizs: Vilkinson.'It,. ':i :'H that E subsc ribers b leave to in form the puhTic.with

    :. 1)1 I he C'uiitv Ct i t 1. n ( en iU tir n d [tOBEWI' FOR lIES CotVi'ri.. 1'. Jittitti, titi. they are at ilds tune well prorded
    \ ;intl sOUIIl 't'eeilt. are mills n and Mechanj to carry ( fl thc Cabiret, Cardcge Making -
    1 Tax Ctjllector ornament a Wayne V. Edands
    . 4. : 1&b 4) L e131 ol for Gadsden Esq. Laurcits.
    ; (
    ? Cuur'y. vaIjuusbrcchcs
    ,: blesiiig. Ilie best tcurit, for their and Carpenters Bnsness in all j ;
    :tdvantieiz be ,
    \\ 1 1id Ztte O.t. I ::3th, 1S15 1 ttlin ) to Biyaii Allen, Esq.
    411. : ttc. ol .i i1 toii u do. serctces -
    1 rid iii lie the and furaishthdlr
    u I Use i,1 Cu!. Julia Vinier ; would 1e glad to

    J. C. hALL, Gadsden SuperiorCourt, B U I TISH 'ISL'P TIC DEXTIFR Saidbrd Chapman, Esq, Jvncs. in any part ouihe r.dnry.;
    ICE.'rithi Co.Q'IiFtcy .
    \'ii hALE4 wiLSON &
    : r Ilcnry Gee, Co.np. .Alcxauilcr Irvni, Eq 1'IOS: D.
    Adiiir's. vs.L.tiIe'nrv eegaiit! 'I'tntlli l'o der, wiih a vtry uitile use Col.Geo. G.Mathcws lVasliington Jan. lfth, i34:;. 23.eonlstMat.NIYI'ICE. .

    _.:! 11mseei: I Bib epi 1 33. 6-i t H. Jones eredicates the scul vy iii the triis, and liret er.ts the acculilu 1st, 1535. :lthfa Grica.'arch .

    hrnry \V t'edks ). 4 CnNcLRT. laiioit of 'I'arier, tliir1i titit only blackens lu
    ,,1 0 ::;triug :;: tfl1)1)iIl ot ( tt tui. ) hh nukli and louseiu the teeth. and ncceherite. their deciy. 'FEte T suscribers, 1 1Vifl' established a CGAIi !
    : A N(JFA C1'O tv Gtdsdei' Count7Fb0di
    -j'r-' A1'L1'1;. .( T.ifl1 U : I;, 13J.41i.lIIttrsjmin.Ruts. lieiitribtc: 1Iu reino e t o iresiiIi.g (:au.c of ih1iI1Si' .
    U
    ug ti.is '- I iiJI I Ii. iI. $iI ( w ithuts .iiiles off intend Li) u"1'USiWSs
    C two carry
    C iit-atl,. LIII $ to his tuincy,
    tln
    tsere1 liitltliiiies I
    lfl ; III a' J ;titd hhurilnCss if
    : %l V Hfl.l ._ l-icnds, auth i i'i iii -.crt!, Ir the Illicit cxteitsivchv will tultil ORICTS tt the
    the I
    ,4uiii, and rei1cr the teeth ; tey
    ( : t.ir
    u : tu e for sli j white.
    i-c beautifully
    1 flt4 kt in iint. to %u V I.! npCtIr Iioiii saisf! c.nry cvidnccthiat l'i-icy 5tJ Ctiit. eicOtinictucItt he kis icteivct. Silac he has betti iii shortest notic : Any q tuhity Iroal filty Ii) OUCdccil
    : 2 ( I or c1 hcc ; iuI iIl the D-tindaii. lleniy 'PV. l'ccbles this itltc and solicits a c ii inu.ti.c- ut their thousand can lie ursistcI! : Atd theythe'i.sclvcs
    -
    I1ttLu'hiage.
    ( ; zfl ttii' tlh it bt.ii vs in I : lIa1n'.sce or St. I Gabriel ,- ttitli tend ] .Uo those tie bus i-ttiinctL surUSCJ 1tequatcd
    .Aiu k,. 3cnjainin Vard, do nfl resdc: in afflicted with Conis.V j'iL ti.iin \tw 1i'i k, and has that their C vtrs cannot be [
    .)ct. .l Ii, j: I (bf) tLis District, but reside the he ;eived bii. SOiuCIM1.I thiiecL rJte
    in siatis ut AiaILIIo% nn.1 H L celcltt.ited Ahhijoit Corn Photei Ii1lirdMinstanl pci froni titaL i1ace, I'y any made is Florida, lsaviii fliSt
    L''Uiiaiia : I L is ilit reihie orieed that t hey do ap 'tni relief, and at il UIJIC titite dbsolve aiid druwthie e, crat assoshinetit i,! fall and s inter UOJD con- 'rknten fruni havana and the Nv'hi. and O04J materh'ls. -
    TltEAULu's: NOTiCE. lielure the 3 uilge of the Court ( slating ofthic following At ticks CO.Oc'obcr .
    Supcrior or the : i iddle Corn out by the roots, without the ktst paiLs. to itSupcr :- JOINSMI'iH 4

    TIiItII:,:' o1.I.cJ l.iStricL 01 Florida, Gadsden County, (sitting in Chaiicery CEILTIFICATE.- thioo aflicted with Corns on blue, black, recii, drab, nd udelaid BroadCloths. 24, 1535FRIs1i
    i') tl.tirI i1i ) on 01, Lietbre the firit day nt the next Term of their feet, I do that I-have .
    J certify. ucd the Albion Corn
    -pr: Y n : t jn..d I \ veinhcr, it is saiti iii Court, and answcr Lhuiiill Gled by the Cniiijilainait Plaster, s'itli enuiplete ucccs. Liuibre I had used one Do. double milled Cassimeres, of di11rcnt colours. ; I1u, U() 'tNES,
    t _.. __ S itItd II I) pro- this case, othcrwiso the same wilt Lie An
    ttkii box asortnscnt
    I'CUv4t II it cured ofsuiicr 'atLiiicts. 'C.I .
    11t ii 1," lr' ) \ un ionctrs: coujesso.1)ec.. pro cuiiiplctety a Corn which had troubled me 'Surgical Ii .sIruMzents, (
    : t ) .1 lii t tar I iii&ke thiii 100 pteees orNcgto t'Letscy Linscys and Fustians.
    ,. Cotta t lDth 1'335 many yenr. public ibr the benefit oftEioe itt
    i Ur.s t! 1'i l9-4in t-icnchi HAVE just recci 'eel a liI( hIpliY
    f F1.srili; an" diti. aIllLcted with thiit tattIu I coinpini flt.VM.. Ei.gtisli, stitti .A.siteitatt i'riiits.
    rt4t r :i.i u t-ry .I i'.teli ar C -. x ,, viIt tc ,nado % SHAW. Painted %Jnstiiis, F'.utcy .hiavls, 1.htiidker. hicfs, art! Drtig Medicines nd Chcniicas.! FU'

    c1 1111 "U tit.th' I ,, .ri tr.soiit '. I he Fr-aiiicr c: the lion. the Court thr the county of Leon for to Flushing, L. I. Feb.28." Super Ponccs, Lustring and k'aitcy Silks. PORT, .I4DL'fl.1 & iUJSC.ZTELLIin

    0 cir O. hcitt lI e J a (l) s)' a!I letters ot Administration on the cstaLc of Muns.n 1ae I'nzcE,5J( cents a box.rrr tics.Ready bottles, imported s ecistiv br the use i tsick. /

    .. .. ..... ... ..ly. hih : .ic a'uiint autI .tt. "-hat ofsid county deceased. ASA ihI1 N ( Nonenro feuninne uri1e innrd on the nntgirlp made Clothing &c.; Cottiis Ba2In. Welirand & Sru wdcu's superior ..A'TINC

    u\- t1 icz'', 'l4 1 I V SiIIL 1S 1U8d&- !i1, Ibtfl ibt.: 23 6w printed wrafer, by the zwle proprielor, '1'. KIDDER, bOO pieces brown, bleacflcaItiaId strllCd uoni- '['REPHININC, OBhTETItICAL, FYE, 1)1ING

    -it1 I aii :, ;Irt ri qi .it to tai ic. ( f NOTICE. inunediate stccess.r to the late Dr. W. 'P. Coiisvy.- flab Rope; black castor, heaver, drab, anti Wool aUth I'OCKF.T INSTRtMF.NTS iti case
    c4lJ ,
    r.l U -
    I iii- ) $ tlcr l'iids For flats.A .
    IIJ I IX months alter daI sale at his Counting Ikotti, over No. V9 Couit
    2t' 4)-' I shall STotacu I5trs SilverLLnucet
    lTitfl e I .1 present Ac. and PIPES,
    r ; : : ( nrc my street, near Concert Litihl Itoston few dozcu SValebone Bounts..
    COtifliS and Vouchci for Jinal and also by his
    2: u.I it a
    't 'IL e1.v. settlement Cases &c.Au .
    L'b : % and anti Nure'1'ubes,
    4 j) .tJ.C'Zy certthcd ; 500 Jiair LUSSLIL Brogan hiots. ,
    anply to tlic fun. specialappoitiicnt, I)
    the ) No.4) the
    a. ; n1 ; .. I ii B )uJs ftI h Judge of the County Court ( S fi0m
    f HER
    t It. i.jl-f.i'j. jU thai r ; I Gudsd.ii County, Ioi discliatrge ioi } B PERKINS, DRUGGiST. 500 lair Kipo d Bitiii Sliuts.Geni iSOtthfleh1t ol D tIED
    i. 4 : j t. :s AUi-'t iN the Adwinis. TallahaRsee lenis-it's aid nihte Slii lters-i vlsict! Leiliol)
    Feb. i .tti ;
    : i I () ) 0 the estate of i C.E ,. 31) tfDR. ii1 S hsoc. thong a re
    J 1 tfl iarrodlcCall
    ____ 'l'rr'e .r i.f i 1i.i I. __:_ai. .Iih STM. 13. McCALL, dce.nsed. ltlLF'S: AROMATIC 250 fiair i'grt' B1aitktts LILI It Btaiik&t &c. Hyso1', M in I, Sa iri ; vcet .MatI3fl1, SayurV,
    Adr'r. PILLS FOR iIMA4E5.ilsey
    NO'I'ICE. FelruIry 2d, 1856. 26mADMINz'rgALoJt'S Old CognaC Brazidy Ja.tiaica I tirt iJuhtsiitt: Out. 'I'hivnie, Celhcry, Sc.LIML .
    : [ purify iho Blood, quicken its circuIts- Rectitied V liiskcy, \ .. ju'u .Jugc fluti LTJI3N SY P.S1)IC1's .

    Six innnths a1 Ic I a t'i1y' ic hltr.ora NO i ICE. Lion, assist te aspeudeduioratiirns olnature, and area ( St. Dontingu, Uflt Jusatca Cuitt.Vkls 1-G INDI.t1 CC1
    oiererv kin nine
    : ; ble Jiitlge ())1 ii (;olfll) y 4II 14C0fl CUIIHt' I 1 pcI-bois claiming to ho creditors, or heirs or getieral ieaedy cur the jrevailiiig ctflUiiLiiitsanioii an assOrtiucilt il Cudry Crockery, ctiitl Perfiimery. -
    .- t ) b d c1ii .1- diLriuutte ut tue estate ut the late ',V.lliani the iisal iilsocicty.-Tlie I'ilh arc paiticularly HttIts, %Vaie; & :. } 'izhishi, French, and Pre stis's SflaP

    CSta le (II $: uiicI 13 ) flf he Cliiitic, dcctueJ, are notified to present thcir t.airns etllcacinuq ii tilts (J reen S ickiscis. P.iliituIIoii ul the Viili iuany uthor aricks, ioo ttt'.ious to mentiots. Mrs. A1ilkr'i ce bratetrSrUrT.nrtt .
    rya i, ( :, Ia te f 81iI Co. duly eritkd hear'. Gildlt1C54. tioit & cekbrari and I I'' '
    7. 1.E.iI and autlieiilicated to ihe suhscsilnr ar- lirealli. Liishiiig of the 1tirit All oi tvhicli iii Ic sold Ittv fr Cszi, or : Noye's t mc
    -ft !: B1tYN, admr'tx. cording to Ljsw. UIId Disiuchittalioti lii ICIeiseLl.ti SUie.ty proved Credit. Country Merchants tin up- 'I'HiIt3IOMETERS, hYDE MTEES, &C.E. .
    iSiIj caa
    ;
    : Set.; I S33. 6 tt WILLIAM U. NUTTALL, Pidm'r. VJzuriedadiesi tvihl litid thu l'iIs! vquaU): useiiiI .:x at a susati advance on the .Nesv Vot L prices.supj.lied B. PERIU

    ,, iD I.A 1'E H, au'i i 'ar:. SIIXCL! 'I'a1lahiasec, Flo Fcl. 8ti) 1836. 4.SvN. cst iii casepl itiCgiiiitcy, ha p Ilu.) it1utuut butts. 'I'lic suttseritcr tytli aILUSCL', LulL! bi5iI Cotton to '1'aahiitsee!! July
    _I1_ S tLlueUM hI1 .. l3.-Su4h Lei ; iseiIhr inu they h takeiiby t1 hectic 'Ok
    New
    b d Vhite Cs.iton ckaiiua can be piescutcd Iti the i'tiliniu.ibtiator litrsot1 or Chtrlctoi,, C. lie vill purchase -
    b.d: Cric&l ,, ). Iai or Lu VI) I'. Din-al urCt'uuiIiIj ['rice ,l 50 a bux Cotton, und give the highest iiurket P.hRI1tN tale
    a tsoi-L Lsq., or 1. 1. fri US Ircceivtii flei.nlnti03Tr
    'Incilt ,t-adt1erv! Liiid I' ,, Boulc.t cilr cott, ji. Fsq., his 4ttor&iey &nd Counsel u L' Lt... AL8O.Tlie celebiated Cambrian Tholli Ache ALEX.. i'oiiy; LitIVAL. J Sittis i Pa lisan, a and the YeiU3see.

    ', : ()?d T. P. ;'izLlliira v II1C. lcxtndi-ia, I'iI Is, which give iuitnediiit risluF, Wtli9Ut tiM ;least Seitember 5 1S3&. 4tf.NJTICI by'the chara, nut or of uy1tiverS are U'1'
    I inridents
    U \i. IL $, [) uo' injury ti, tI 'Iectli. Uq, frzl l'e lijujid of hers an
    I %t.ttiiuts, btIt 4ia--.s I Figs, llaireli. Eo Sale itent. the tic1 one : from real laritm, Sumtr Green,
    '- Lct t ), Cod ih, Pu01 Ircad or reuiedie known fur this cbiiqilaiut. Price 50cetitil : 'l'helaiiiu
    : Chccsc, Gefl!: !3tvtri 14rd bOX H lIE recognised :; the lead inharacters..
    ; ( (;ILarid siiiiatcdjii JvIlrson subscribcrslsaviir quutithd as Executors of
    ct A ,
    -
    T itil for nI ,c couhty, T' Soul Carolina, daring the m
    14 iite Iastwiil
    '1 ( cros by GEO LAjA rnittienst f Iallalutsseenf 4j0 tcrea. 21,1, None i geuulne nleRS scgned on' tti outaideprm- ant tcstunsintotUodfrcy Stchieiis nod othe evolution. ''rIIs b ok should bC
    : 1P1( ut wliicti i5 Hummock lou Ok afll ted thieaole devvascd, late OIGtlsGcn do ltcr.b aLl
    Hickory, anti thy by ltropricon't KILDEILininieditain iOLLty notny library of'ery one whc takes pride in the
    OT1CE balktncu Vide Land gad swamp, 170 ncic ii eut aiOvIi uccesor to tha kitti fli W.. i'.Vqswuy. periolis llaViIgctuinis against the estate, ; 'j'rcseni. utelits of urgalIantsire ala time' yhiebtrie '

    A 'r the iiext April 'fceu; ifJnrIsu und uqis iuuztlyunder (eilecwjtli Pwaliing kiuus cuutIng l ooiii1 over No. 9U, Cour. thorn without delay duly auLkenticated within the LS0N.souls. .

    ,.L'' ._ I fle *. i-Ljiii.5ii County Court und. U- buil&ngsattaciied, street, h'eir ConcertHufi, Bstoh,' rd 4hd hS' h time presitribed by law, tr they will be barred of rc- /
    : \ S1cars, t1t'ccaJ ctat otVilIi.un ; 3 1A cia! ijii ihttheM,, I,) I J1 cove* / -A CARD.JOHN. .
    i 1- nt1 ill pcs( his acc.un tr et'onihaAusejlta, river A1 persons inde1.ted o the said cstatc-
    arc
    vo'chci giji eLlc-uicnt! ; ith &id couiuingabout48O I D.-PEILKINS., requestcdtoinakeiaamediutr H BEALE..1toney .
    cstatc fltd
    to lie (Iis4.II ii'eJ tIietnj.VLLI41. truy "cm, mo&tIy ofJjtuality and being very Ievtl. T'dlahasseqFb. 22,81S. 3OI : payment.. ;

    ;; \ k'oi terme'pply to JOhN COitDi.s PRIOLEU 1. e. si'EPIIENS, '. at Liw, ougiceLLO, IQ'

    Nar41fla, QCtObCt47' SPEALLS adii&'r. Orin tug absence to lilt. SAML.LANGLEY 4$ Obseriottjat kuneirogenuinowithpusth wri.LC9Sjatureuf.1' S., B.TEHINs:!: S X r /'ILLpraehice in tLe Conflof apPe0 t
    1l.Apt .
    Ouhoucc Ja. o4a4 ptistel i; :.' middle flsifiCtrisi
    .. 'topa *, 4 183. '34tn 4Supenor Courts of- the
    t Q.uincy1Fcb. 814s 1S36. 27-83v / ,. 26 13&. 1 tIj


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