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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 28, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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)hands.me nt" broW'. 'nd K\ .u1t1,4prty ---- .r- -,L .- --=1! IL :.. .._ .. n- _. L -- Jf "
R.l.1JAC J
w 41 .fer"'l ..Mr.ac' .ftIE CopJ of a Utter f rot. i G& Samuel how ton, dated .
the ,
from y it iOi
n1Y at a.nce Sis JxciwTO 26th 1836.t .
ttltu I Ulhf\rJzcd to a as my40'W ; ; Apri ,
is fully
A.euu WJLLt.\1\I \1AER. "Tell our friends all the news, and tha we have

.I'_1. beau the enemy k lied 630 sad taken 570 pri- 4
GO Ud.-Jiist receded byIiIc)1clhl&wk General Santa
t'll1 U .c ? soners. Anna and Cos a'c taken
Baltimore! utcnHVC and and three Generals slain *
.rom 4 : vast amount e -
"JSOl"l cnl of. goods, counting m part' of the "LAISsEZ NOUS FAIRE." taken, and about 1500 stand otfarrsworts .R,property many '-

.i #.rt.cs1l\ : ,and one 9 po md brass cannon tell them .
IJ" II G ROC EILEES)bacon BaIt. cured I. m }m.: VWlIQCOU. U to come on and let t je people plant corn
and hams, 1Wl1llAgSlm >
J\1iJdlings. a uu 9&1" Il-O l '
'IJ'( Sinned rfAMUEL HOUS
JJtI1 dour lI1I ntackcic1, -- -i --- 'IJ'lU"TI'A9.. TON.Commajicler : !
c -- -- --- -
::beec13ttLirnJL: cuufhh = I -Chtef. ; \
\nJ hammocks
berrini and -
l4d swamps ponds M M MWHHM MMBMIMi HB BH
which Bm
I rtk.U and other win s, where abound. every bat tan u it fans been evident to all, have been Caroina! and Georgia do not send mountedmcu 'FDRT Til AVIS.GALVESTOW > i

111 Ue origami other brandies, removed beyond the theatre of ISLAND, April 2ttli, 836. >
Another small our operations. to the Florida line F.
of
and
jC Sr.tanunnds, aHdcilri.il, part the was met to Tallahassee. Edward Hall. .
enemy '
: They doubt Esqr.
were
no
.ed even while the
uuSSfi; r-wn; anJ a flGfldSullic I on the morning of the 24th, and which might was going on with Gen. parley Dear Sir-The enclosed statement of the n\"fill S
Gaines
anJ ambr: the 7th
w-oics' have been off from on COTTON.
cut
', the nassacreof Colonel "atiain's division of the Texan
hammock -
!
nearest
of all other r awuiimenl off
m.wing '
to the .
idl .11 dICUI\'e but (or a false southeast, bEyond This staple has attained such in Army, has this reached I
er movement made by the cern- a price the iroirte: t me, trans- :
Peas
.,.,\1 of ;\ or creek and Lake Topkeliha and European markets mU it to for mh t'
intv.GOO ?any horse ccnstituting the advance guard. in that almost and consequently, in our you ; icaiion.Si .. 1
and' invisible! bn-adclotlis! The hu cs and packs of the inaccessible rogion they are own, as to render very doubtful: the result of Si i Jew .otl.crs of tint unlortunatc: detach I '

:, tdc:l if 5ul'crwI'1'af1'i paintea nius.uis:. : 'iire-. .f after halting and party were cap. now concealed.] That officerit is said, caused :the speculations which may; be undertaken ment, efifcted their i scape and have got in. Iiresime 't
1l\'le on
vf other ;. scouring a suesi Powell and his chiefs the statemeit ot the '
1.II.' Jlld gu.gliams : to bo informed, by those high In trai!u: KVIC; made! ;
rr { 'Ii: patterns, J ; '' hummocks, which far pricos- tho Liverpool market in I the enclosed i N sul I I t'
:%d'C'\!' l.audsotnc were, as as way inducing them to :l.1fItt:1I1y I I 'orr cr. The un-
j'rlll\SIUHl I
to tho the
agree article .
.:cdD.Z I'LI'.l'llIcI'SLl:a -,cliounjfl surrounded accept has advanced on the accounts sent :1 l
\ >' bythe horse found Jthlacoochee I recedented perfidy- the shameless of
'"c.'lor'LII.JI: n._,._1!"._ \.U'llt". tif colours.Mancllo I t' ..I.. .11..1.,1 Io'sl .. H we. as a temporary. boundary. that_ from( Inia. mmtrtr.. nC i ..V./--I. ?-?__ __ .1 ..1UlIU __ ..:__ ___._. _._I __:1 L _. cruelty our. Oil', i I
'"-'-' -- --- I I.IIUlIl U i u/ indiaa. l men.I n H H -- -- --- .J'J. L '-I "1'; lIlcSC I lIllIlto ii i us i iiiiuvi i ut( nasusctJ.- :
, -IcrcllI\.lIWI ; 4IV.CHIW! bonnets (new every large armies were which r-rIr
approaching, would
uo..1: these sacotmnt were supported the haste ob't s-erv't. .
;, oiiTtL9cUl I' mortifying incidents to hew the fill up the Indian aid by comparative great our .. ;r. : <

I flc" :1DV:1trap. ,) of ('Kiniaiooi Mulfe, character; of the enemy and tho nature of the thing in the country The crush ever decrease shipments made from the United Signed, DAVID G. BURNET. 4 *' ,!:

,, /':tkK"''10\.111 usl-u: ',diajicr .".il liUh linen, couI l.ry. The foot broke into hammocks by Ui information way. wily chiefs profited .!tatcs.: To'the 4th of April, the ISriti.sh speculators Mr. EZITOR S. : r
r t I'iiUJ tot..n. ; sent off their families, and n 'dl Dear Sir.-Should he annexed of the i
li'nrbur
. ; aud' gro\'c' Litigiiig M'8 were u goat could not acid t tailing under the information account 'i- :
"IIUc' the horse
k4i 1 and covcrlrts:I Ir penetrate, dispersed their warriors into small parties. jti.>t tad. But whin othor battle t)! the Coletto >u La Uihia, \Ic: tleemed of ,
r r '"i'l behsaiid LC1LIII'', rapidly Uok up the pOt iliAns assigned; but In this Powell accounts, more sufficient interest le .
liiiiiJovc way expects to make good his to \vorthy of publication: it i is t
(I,.J"II.J\., Iho'enpriy in all such .cejyW: arrive at Liverpool, is not
. ,. (.I1I01l"\ .1 I. bd II t (.:I5pS, casos, contrived to es-. threat, viz: that he would protract the a renc- at your ferrvice.Tours. \
war Jt
Ln-JbJI.b..nJ l.cirl.Kh'. at d cioibnct, 4zPty fccrel passages which afterwards can '.. ppjt'fticndedVe, say more cur- I .e'cJ.ft3. !

; l:. ,J lrrlln e'c. tie. tc. CL. hJt'.rtircIt be, fo u nd. years.Toend e1 jet'a"3'e It '"* now well P ceriaiuf I H. HOLLAND, Capt. Artillery.On ... 1 :
.
aj Dtl nE.\lJY.\JAO: : CLOTH\G! i"L: i this war I am now persuaded that fPy f't tfib of the United States or about the Hlh! of March orders ,. i
wereisBiied -
,
'ot\lh rl crop ( :
at the distance
.ud nude to orar: in th r. of 23 miles, I took I not loss than 3000 r' -. ,
thur: r.tr1t} regular tr ops are indispensable thong& reduce from 11 b Houstcn: to ii, town and !
!n.11;i : }wf.HRLIL1U rt'.f to mounted ; tho original estimate, I.> \Jell. destroy e --. r
and
. ''II"blel'\ :.,}c.ull\C. y, l rrnocLrtr.flc, ; }
"UIb'i,, ,,.'l. I ( I oW'S .tX&. h.llel..Llc.: '' .. JUere tlu United States steamer the Finding country to be scoured and occupied, ie- and the consumption of the article in in Europe Gon/ales, to unite \vi.h: him and concentrate all -\
)&R i :. :\t'1..),1 1. Essayonai quires that numher. I have no particular desire and the United t 1'1"eXIJlI t.t forces. .

"U Yt,.. s,5\IItlI"\: ; ;ul\l I 1.i,' Ii .:\ :,!.I1t II' uibarked in her, and with a guard of only to conduct the operations of the new for. of those .;ltes.'c call the attention Prior to the receipt of these orders Capt. Kbg'scompany ; !

nod I' ..'",tIIlr : ,;., :.. .11 iid I lIdJ.I L.t, s 17-mcn determined to penetrate, by the St. ces. That is a which I mum directly interested in was ordered to I lIme Mis>inn, (a di"tip.ce ;

jP.,1I! \I.i'OIlIi'.a.H11l.4: I ,;. t., JUhl--o, :.III. .nllfh.rn_.. "'..... nr .._. __:_ ...Ln" k. duty hall neither sodecline. the price of this iwat sf nle. to the fullowinn fir :.bnul 25 milt'S..... ) II nnl'r tit rPt' snnlt. i Ew.i.: ; I
L..r.II' -- PHClt "0 ----- -- --
va 'II"
;;i;'I'S ..1i Jl.olJdu1lC": ,. td L.r lhe T.CSI 01s.vl' I far i.s practicable.! i-s. Col. Gadsden IHIUIUUU I. Eb ; n-er extracts fro-n two letters from Liverpool l, recently I lies who were in ;: : ;;
Capt. Of the 3000
1\I'iCIl. Cijiii: 'ld juid Lt. Johnson i goot troops (nol volunteers received in this city. Ih! enemies hands.: 7'I\ : I :
EOJI" : Slit IEdt1. ,' r.ancs, Cl'OU accompanied me, 500 will be necessary'to garrison five posts : they were met [ ;< !
: '. !.flI!!I1'S11. 1 ClIIWS. to note the course and depth of the "I..lvEnroor.rurc.h 31.
river for
I
togihcr tie deposit thc"enemy a11'1 I after ami well Ststaired;
lintlJflU..l.iU' suppliessay one at St Johns : gallant: :: z
far'LM'vV'1" nllt.tr tit i''r' l'rtitC!, For the last five
llI a > with the sales
the thy amount to
general topography of rhe 7 miles below Lake fight, retreated in an orderly and judicious' man : -
low
ah' *J*
.!.ill ;'JL: trarc. i"or j> < George; one up the Peas about
} it country. \Ve found no difficulty in passing Creek 15 miles above Charlotte 36,800 bales, as stated underneath. ner to the Church, here they sustained thtm- ) j

i,'tlr: J u6l1 tCIIIJ.ii.; ia.)} :. 1'.1 i: LlXnEXtI I l GIlL tip the head of Lake Monroe, and mjgJu have one at say Tampa Bay 12 miles from the Harbor Gull'ofMextco ; The buyiugmost part of the time has been selves against; a very superior nmnber of )lexi ;! j
;
"- earned to that point a a draft of eight .or nine spirited .it ;advanced prices, chiefly, if not entirely cans and Indians wit i but small loss to tlit-urcivt: : .. t
Withlacoochee
ll'ICE.. feet of \\ater. The distance up ; and one on I owing to the lute accounts received but a severe loss to IIC enemy, until relieved b> 1
T2El'NDEnSJG.NEU! iiav.u; parchavtsl thc' en11tcretti ascended is 200 the same river, near the Fort King road, with from the U. .States the Georgia hattaiior udcr Colonel Ward, \vl .
from which it
milts would f
ih.- .Meich. from the mouth of the appear -
:\IF.: (.thu:1! Kinmy in n.t riverand[ 60 from 160,000 rations
deposited at had been cent to tin ir aid. Thb
f Tampa Bay, and : separation o. \
) jjjlicujcoiiiptioli!) ; UlnU'1' th<' Jinn: ol Vl'1 Ybintia. Uo f found the that tIN last crop in America has been
tt'ih; j river beyond the lake 30 flrccs 'GJucclas de An }
u or 40,000 at each of the other Five our to : ty our retreat. express -
...sEun'rv: w lh.- j lair! ', JIOIUK'N hi- lut-nds I ( aJ neatly as bold as below and if posts. greatly os-er rated, and tIntl.iC Planters are Cu J
t > we could columns with hiTresacks was cnt to cncl Ward at the Minion, I
xl n" a Cit-t: "N'>-1 and a few horse If
;hallte: ;' UII'll'I'& : : one
i
a: -ui't" 11.1 have rro.ssed the bar the disposed to create su.nethmg like scaicity by I'tll back and :lie forces GoliJJ .itJ! ali!
at do to join at "
lji entrance
tP \.d; ,.I!.IM':"'. r'l'.! 'by' i.nl.e1nll. ., iuein: -. .. ul.1 we carts, may. operate securely. and with every I hnllil1lr.. i..v.. .. ii. ,..:.. i '....- MM: .. :.n._ ": .....__:1.1._ .t .__..._1. _._ hL.... 1 L_. L._ hn' _.r l __ .L j,
tlB.N:II Jon.; Mill IJ-i I iiaiviv, ami UIILTS me smuJ. I II LulL ( UIWL maL we mignt nave gone 50 or 70 of least I''U.H. no 1' "'UVII. .L '11.:1 UIII'I\I IUIJ fJ'J'LUC Ul'SPiH\II, "r NIUUlU lit UC nH uu [iv iii '
prospect success, at the
I ;.;f ''fjpa.tsatruaj at ihe :>ianJ u.xuyi l>> miles: furllur towards Cape Florida, but unfor of to north and being established for thc moment in the minds! tI.PJIlY', (of whu.. aitvancc from San Patriciovi t J
Charlotte
,:-10 rrIl1. ALSO lUMaiely our boat drew than west Harbor. For the country of the Trado, they have thrown aside i all caution had intelligence,) tCt .nake good his retreat throng: I

EipeJed daily per brig "llarmunj'direct from foundlour feel more 4 feet and below additional cleans will be wanted viz: and joined the speculators in buying the GuadaKmue lull mi, ;atul join the army at Vic .. '

I ci\"IJ:,011 &on', mlll'n:, we t.uly on the bar. 2 or 3 steamers of a ligkt draft of water and toria. In the mean line scouts were ktK| on 1h' I
,
31M.., baPlIhlere4 lllOX3JCraii This I leconnoisance was made with a view 50 or 60 baiges if different sizes largely afhigh prices. Jt t. therefore becomes alert, riding in: all directions : and on lhe 15thv,_
of
Eanli'ni .\It Bhfpcl' capable of .
:) > : ; to .several I a matter rious 'o. -icJcra1100 with our *
i objects, was anxious to discover carrying ten to were reinforced by a company uf rWte from Ma-
CuTTO.:" H.\GL11\G f.fty men each.
w11C1 1''r.the Indians frlenJs in America, whether there is groundfor under oi'CoIonel Horton Lou
and
had tajrorda
SALT i any settlements on the I comrr t
]10.\1 ad I;<: Liverpool jrrotiihl give these i hems in order, if *
approved all
this
rich lit offers at whjlialc: to ..\1: ciiits: at or r.co upper part of the river to find out the place that the exeitemer.U It'tint, the reaction 40 in number. Tlii.proved a timely succor, a

.VrVrlJ rrIcis.tunpurcl1asei. concealment, for their necessary appropriations may be asked may be fearful and still_more particularly so, j our out scouts were .uucli in \vant of hor cs. 0 .
woiasn and children
a" u-ual. uid: to the well at once. I beg leave to add in haste, that I if the crop now about to bu [planted should the l&th our scr uH "oult, inlclligence that $.
give
TCitUUTT,: It. IJETTONTilbLassec disposed among the Utter new regiments, CMegimenls recruits, wouldbe promise well. body ot the enemy, t3r0! strong, were on the Sa

Oct I. Ihii.'j.:; H-tf an oppoitutiity of communicating with us; wortb little er othing in this war. I will, Antonio; road. .:l.iny of the cannon having bee \

: to observe trails and crossings, and particu. therefore recommend LIVERPOOL, April 2. dismounted prcpur.it ry tft a retreat, we inuuedt
earaesdy that the
NOTlCJi.liiitcincorc. '
1 1 1"tI'J.b ]huly tu find a good point as far in the iuterior of the old be companies So long as the import continues moderate I ately remoimtttl .thet I, as wennticipattdanattac( I) !
!:E S: orribf'fI'dUrIIS th\.1I1\st his regiments extended to 80 add tbe nviintaitin that About '2 oV.lork the
:
as practical for the consumption at the night. picket guart'gave i
r
uliic! i ia "Ier.d -rt..d''I establishing now postbefoie or 90 privates each. Recruits present f
IUld t.c j ;:< I'nr the I I mixed with f
up the the alarm 1111 I retreated into the fort i
rate market should ;
the I not decline. but ; : J
Ifulrdellltlit, lie iiasreciivcd: since lie has been ill i iaII.lcl I iccoiiirtieiiccmcnt of active opera- old soldiers in Juac would we
or July, become L ics
however only -
,: 4\.lItJ sics 2. 'Aln ill JIlIln' 4'1' ;ihl.'l"l.rl'II- :I jjun on o JI' part. Such we fouud are now arrived at. or neatly at, that point in proved ; eactny's s}' recttnoiering. }
point aboutS effective by the first of Dec. and I that On tie 1;tll tl>eet-mV:! t forded tU, : >
repeat
_.
;' UdhlS .L I'C:II'r.'JJ: f'I.IIH l'c.1'1;, illl.1 i lit miles below Lake Momoe prices from wh.ch the market I hits always receded -
on the east bauk Oeratioflscannot be carried San Autoiiio river, a. id showed t'uemscl'.f at tii :
tlh ir bd :"n'I'Jt'-U: J i t4"(\.l f'om) 'lia!t ,! ., I on by troops ; ; .t.1
1 .."...,... "i,..v.' '.'..':.tit. /it.' .L'I.1.. ... &._.if.'....:.... f.'':"III"."u I. ,1'c.UIoIU",... I'I A iuadlti"tj' Hail iKis.-JfS- -- ihrnnrrh_u --ft- .it.. .I J......... ...oft .UU..!_ U A _".. _l, *in_ mis t_* remnsuia n'u H' any. .ueiwceo during the last three year.-; should the ..1"1;.. 1,11," .It'll1.. *i. 'I/Y'I.' *..*- f..t .".u' .A .'"it"' :
; _( I'C 1'0\1.\\\ ill: Aitit'lo wit:- took the ferry canoe in ascending and here the 20th of November and the except end of buyers therefore l pause during, the} next three 1 :ThiSdayWedeIrtV i ; : ;;;! the t tn'vn; of La Bahia: :h {

Jtoji. r ul\c.! Wade, green: iJi.t1), and udcUvid! Iroid on icuirning a sharp fire was thrown in The intermediate is April. or four weeks wo should look forward to results fire, battered dowa ni I ruined walls, so as to seen rus .

CIIIaS. us by a paity: of 10 or 15 Indians it'ho upon period too hot or too .sick- equally disastrous, thvu -h most likely II a full! N""PPP of th'J enemv. "'' uiUl[ i!..-.; l".t I IJ1e

Do.d-a.tlc milled Cas i.; c\'c", of diflVrcnt colours.inK.oiimciu I lay concealed Jy to be endured. I"--- .,.. .!.... uiose experienced LIthe jt. S
( ifu.Mr..Illinois.| in high grass on the west side. But The :nit !. ok- < ucpan, itnu l must, close of last season, because uo\v we .March IS.-Tfc: rnemy siiil hovering aroun j

'wLesfli.!! (';: t)lef-r}:, LiiKsoys; and Fustians.i j I for ibrir timidity, they might havo killed the fur the preterit conclude.At I are pretty cert.tin of receiving an Ulcrc lsedsupply I the nld Mission, a eei ucilof! war was called, wheit 1 1I

iicu, J J-Vti.Mi: .in i Ame.". '.in! 1'.'uts.: 1 l four olliccrs A ho were standing exposed uu tbe the end of Jan. I asked for troops of the frwiii India of I was decided, lliat i rasnmch as our arnmuniiio: |

bu.ccU' : :UI''t 1".1.11'I )' '...I.HI I"i, 11 llld1', ; h i : ,.I'J I bovv of the boat They thud from a distance i: Governors several States. The last of the would be b'0,000 bales, which : \vas not sutliuienl to .uistaiu; a sit-g: '-", and as Ui; f fpro
Jijtvrl'onjecSjLiSbiiliijaud: Fairy; :ill ;. arriving along with a large proportion visions siiort: and
well
:
1 ofSOOyaids.Brigadir; South Carolinians arrived in St. Augustine i were as we v.ere atra. ;
tcs.: of your export to this country to this of the overwhi'lminij! force of ihe i if was
Hady nuikClu'J ;i1 &c. CHltoll Gen. Eustis arrived with the body tie 9th of March and at Volusia the 25th the enemy t.
,
: ; Darginj: I ; caution we need only repeat that this is the I advisable to fill: back to Victoria in the evening f
5.IIe us 01'111.1. J !t'.u bed, paLl: ; ti' tllp..1 flrr's of the left wing at Volusia on the 25th. Georgians, in pajt, arrived at Fort Dranc about general opinion here." I a scoui'ling party ot about 50 horsemen; of the

IjJI ih'i'ei;.; llickcastur! bj.tvcr, draU andV mlA I The garrison be had left there under :Major the same; but six companies of horse --- enemy were discover: :d on the opposite sid j of the 1

feu c.or.'n: W.i!<\ .IJonnctr, (Gates had been shaiply attacked ca the 14th not till the 9th of this month-after the campaign rr.OM THE l LW ORLEANS COMMERCIL.; BULLETIN- river. Some cavalr! ; were inmieJintely: sent in I

0II|'.'iriJiii: >s.u JII.tll! r.ij."1.5. Itv perhaps 80 Indians: two of our cuen who was nearly over. As it was impossiblefor 1'txcu.-1'he of letters and pursuit, but they wou d nut osralld a light ; so closely .
folhnving ate copies!
"j-irJvi.i.j \: : -d iJinj: .1) :|....:. happened) to [otitsidu were killed and them of the columns Lieut. pursued, ho-.veVer, were they, that one of their
possibly _- to join'either documents directed fiom Houston's C.imn. ,., ,. .. ,.. I
received
: : I
1.f'I'.k j nj's ;\\141! I ;.I.t: : \\ aJliinr: f h, o- [ .! .444v" ul'4ttfl 1"1.' I.;.sf *01- dlt1t I 'nn. I.; n,1 tb..t -l
# the
:- IJ/ II.\I.t-t., J W; :'I d.: luIt,;,.; ljl. al .:('. kc.C1'a4 ) the enemy lost as many; but no sortie Col. Crane senkttiexn back io their homes. yesterday morning by the steamer Levant, from escaped. 4J'C J

er.ulIly .fUamut: I.LIU. luallv1;! GdL1 I ua* made. The Alabama regiment that was expected toreach Natclnloches' The orders are copies of translations This night we mal' e every preparation Jor an I 11
t.t't.t.q \I Ilf ka'y, \Vs(1 1'4'n.. lld Before the arrival of Euslis I had pUnoed about the 25lh of Feb. did
4 tuihitiui. 'I Tampa Bay from the original Spanish.Xt 'early retreat in the m >.rniIr, and by day li;ht eve
)t', '( ; RIJamaica: Collie.iiit.iai 'I an expedition to Spring Garden consisting ottuo not reach that place till [1 think] the 13th of ;ry one was in marcliir g ordtr : bclbreuay; scmit-
">r<.j.-iit .i! IHKO. to General PhilasoLi.Jlrmy 4
and
1\'Ii\\ \Vaie, ice,Catery Cwckwy, 'j companies of horse that had escorted me; March. These extraordinary delays it was lug party was despatt'iei' to ascertain the position .
1 coast division under ccri'd.having .
r.''-: fiiaiijtitljtriirj:;, sj, too unions to ll cntion"At 'I and i\I volunteers of the garrison The impossible fur me to fotaee or to guard a- of opcratione, my I of the ljcIIIY, wbn returned shortly after daylight

!: of which \t'i J3 be bolil low fur CAMI;, or *'j- ':'! detachment returned without discovering gainst.A yesterday evening iiad jui unfortunate! !', and reported the IUW-T. road being clear, Colonel

"eI Cre it. CouRlry Mc'-rJmnts <',l.1 be st'iIMij. any encounter, I have resolved to cumin i a prisoner ofwar I Horton was then Hrd red by Co!.mel Fannio' toi

1 .:".l:16ld\'anrC11:! ; the i Jieiv> lorl; jinccs.l recent signs of the enemy, pottwoaoftte Georgians have just arriv- in the Iii it'ds of l.e!; c&ieu..'. After having taken I i 'i1oit j all advance rear ii.'ht :and left gtla rd. 3inrch 1

.,.j bll'b..i..criJj illha1h'c: .11111 .i.ip ( e.tI to AH the volunteers of (tbe left wioj marcfae ed here
l nr Clur-c.t! .S. C. lie will jmrehasc under Col. Goodwin on the morning of the ofte same quota will follow. The Will cause tile lli'i- i'HI under your command .I.,hwvards: the lower Furd! awl about D A. '.. rot .

is.i; and.:uc the l.i'Inl: w\rt't; I'i i.s 2Tih: for St. Augustine via Tomoka&c. Brig. South Carolinians will be discharged at St. : of General Par/.a: locnuniermarcn! to H*xar, our bigige; : and! can ion ICt)5, we had 9 paresof ( !

.c mlJeP i, lS:'j.A AL1-.X. 1-015.MV::.1.tf UUVAL.STATES (G'iii.: l>J!-tis and Bull, both being much; indis- Augustine and Jacksonville. where.>:III, nli.he.. ._.!will*..!.r..tt wail. t... ..1.for..* ...orders....%.\L.* ,1'0 Your(,,1..1..I Excellency... /!... I _br.isa: ._ariiilery: .,.:con-isiing: : 1. of:.oue. G.I ino'i., .howit- t. i t .
naif 4" u fl I 1.C"H "I\l a v LUl Lllltt illl L 'II' a..IIII ; iI UU \" ;'u'J1" f :
-'. : t ;. !I pused, came: down the river with me. The I: shall write again by thc first opportunity. eral VTiesca with his division to GujJt! >:ie[ % ic--I .t four) v.'i'h sever.ilstn ill'! pieces. i ir; throwiair rnuskel ,

1TEO ARMY Ii'; 1'LUiU- ''I regulars were left to garrison Yolusia and tel In the meantime I haH here, or at A. Angus 'si-ia. 1 have ugreed on an armistice with Gcnerul balls; wcttellcJmnl"ncelunr.IfI'.a! c : towards : r I.

).\. i superintend the evacuation of'the post, which tine, await rhe orders of the Department. 1 IInu>lon, interim, until \ve c;n airree upon Victoria, we hail ad! .. need several uiiletJ! without f

r following letter from I had :iheady become extremely sickly. Many 1 remain, with great respect, terms of a lasting ;iH eace. Your Excellency will receiving any iuiellkence of the enemy by our -
Gen. Scott to take such rncaMtrco as he for the videtts and it abnul 0 A. M. hailed to '
Secretary Jf'dr cases malignant billious f fovcr had occurred Youi most ob'dt serv't. may necessary gM.ctvjrcattle ,
| ives the latest intc-Hi- subsistence of the army, which will remain under and take sonifi l eI'rt'sl hment on the outskirts. t
which in the of -of the
:ace 81 f the operation jf the army in Florida.: threatened, the opinion some of the physicians f [Signed] W1XF1ELD SC'OTT. your command. The moac-y that has arrived at of some timber, we hid:, just |passed, we tuned a- -.1

lobe. approach yeJlow v-er- U rig. Gen. R. JONES, iMatamoras, and the provision uf that place and bUilt .three t fourths of an hour when we afrin '
READ By the aid of two boats, the Sanlre and the those Victoria will be to -irclers look the line of rch had advanced ,
QUATITEIIS in Florida subject your tip in: we about ,
Army Gen. U. S.
Pjcolata J0 1SG.: : E': a) Oils" the evacuation way be completed Adft. Army. also! !OOOO dollars that may be in the! treasury. Jour miles into tl e prairie, when. we hail intelligence -
,
': Elr; For th April j I ill a \\eek. Col. Goodwin, and the two regiments are to be taken from Dexar. I trust that your of the eiietn v's approach ; Colonel I iu i '-

'! I have* iuforniiti! : of the AVar DCfcnent i I uf volunteers, may be expected to reachSt. From the Charleston JIercwy.Cel. \ Excellency! will, without J fail, comply with these tOlls cavalry: wlm wel e ordered in the rear, hal: -

1 firnval here lie honor to report to you I Augustine; with the baggage train, -iu four White Florida, arrived in this city dispositions, advising me of the same; by return neglected to remain it: that position, and in ctmsequeuce -

yesterday. of! couriertf", as also, if any should oppose its ac, the enemy II HI advanced within the di-.l-
this the
last : d.iys from lime, He will pursue any fr shIndian yesterday and departed in steam packet
jjy report was dated Tampa Bay; the coni-.iishinent.[ I ance of from one to tuo miles ere they tv 're discovered
ilJd '13th ; t trail he may cross.i for Washington Having obtained an appro- God and Jacinto !2 S3G. the in the amid almost S'Hniultaneousiy -
"'ft'._ .n5t:1IIt.: The right xvini C'aiie ntul I T u _, u __ __ ._ u _< r._ ___ n_ 1" __ __:.*:"n "I. n. ..,.:.Ilinrft.. .\,r rl.i-ti......... 4rk /'."rr. \' rr* _Liberty! Camp_ ] April by. .infantty rear. ., ..
:; 01 this moved from th.it iii\u: :;ao ah yei uu reponlinch. HOON) .ung. ucn WT I uuauu JI ? v .v t VOl ANTONiO LO .'EZ DE SANTA AiNNA. tiey; we 'e uc;cneo iijA>n uuiu nuii..s, p

J* I4'lii as did army also) the South Carolina p.ie) i I (/ 1 learn, however, unofficially, thut the W.-, he had set out for a flying visit to [0.I' No. 2.]-Jinny rtj Operations. 1 evidently with the des <;n of urroundill:' us. I a : -

"*iltQ i Ir: ri-'i'-hfd Fort Drane on the 26th without Florida. Learning at Augusta that the whole order more accurately to illustrate our ihnjrt.TO.tj: ;
lc-'unent.
!:'Hlte( : lhe foot of t the MtmeMl 1 I i': ... .._' q his march of tiro : AwliUa force was di&handwi, and no new levies F.xccivnt; ( "Ju inasmncli as I have ordered i) portion at that time, i. will! Le requisite t jjilescntie -
; ) had any yarty enemy K.\celeiic: oUicial: of the I
.i remained encamped for J ; culled for the Ge-neruHai "summer your ) hy note, day that the prairie : in our re.ir: was; a stri;> if t \voo.lhnd .
.
<1m11r.ters"
J .bout i fifteen I-.K" '_ or 20. -f l th IP to return to Bcxar & Guad. I
miles! from Tumna on J you cai : ps {I about two anil a tail"miles in \vidtl anJ i i-:* I

cl'o.1 lung U'J:1J, and the l'l itiritla LittnI- ';: L'ol. Smith, who with the LoiMsanaVolnnteor.s.went luxuriating in the refreshing sea breezes. aloupc I !c tliia, i cJiar:e you to instruct the commandau' (,ur front another! pitte of vvouUiaml, : i '* great r
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t03jBf.: !-.Keu I us embarkation: for the mouth on an expedition up the Peas of St. Aagustine-and Florida about Ho be desolated < 01 the several divij'KJii.'i. not to permit length than; the 1 )fJ1Je', through v/Mch ran tic 4 j

;t'e \l ulacuochee ) Creek via Charlotte: Harbor nothing had heeD he mal called on the Governors ol any dall. Igc doie to the property! ot the i inhabitants stream Colletto, ii'lilII'hie") ihe battle drives i is: '
on thy 171 h. 1 left :
7tnpa: the heaid lieu I left I receivehis South Carolina and Georgia send mounted ut'tOe country, hoping that: tlx-se dispositions ; I the front anil rar woods were du ant from ; -
\\ Tampa 11I3tJ1e
same Bay.
: Jay and joined the foot of may men te the Florida linn..and to Tallahassee, : will; be punctually complied with. God and Lib- other, from 7 to.1 miles, and our f fcce; were 1
teft'lllg. with which 1 marched Foil ri-tioit, via St. Marks and Tallahassee, in Sati Jacinto 2-2 lS 6. "
to April woods
io a .uniltl1 of the Creeks and Semi I erty. ham two to three .mi es from the fror ,

hdny i I,*'"n the ll''!>b"rouj.h. Hero on the ,10 or 12 days. One from Maj. K-ad, who no'prevent es, and to save that beautiful arejiion from ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA. whilst on our ri-jht. amt I left &t equal di.tt ices, say : :

'1ted were rejoined by the S. Carolina commanded tho expedition up the Wythlacoochee and conflagration. The government [Order! No. 3.]-Jlrnvj of Operation about 5 miles, titereIS also thick w ods, the :1 .
egj1ttL l rrmu l (from its mouth,) maybe expected rapine Drairie nearly in the form of{ a cm !e. TI>e. .
...r n its ex.iC'Jiltoii- I to the :, _. t n I ,. 4 J* __ 1"1 _.I _kivii._. _nn _nwfu.1__ account____ _.__ rnsnonsibilitV_ to the Excellent, Sir :-Vou \ immediately order the being. .' ,__!._ _u_ __ _-I-_ a 1
4 4. tL: $ crt''ck, uharc -1l1di..lts and no thC same; tune, anu uiso a intra UQIULind '..iw. n rnost.disgradeful- un Indian and military commandant at uohad, to put all Lhe :pri- enemy nan now lormeii' a S lIIlrlrCIt till ur ngm; t

fltlntiI li were f uud. Col. (;(aodvim) the ?ay. On the receipt of aH these reports, country, for the souers'made at Capane, at liberty, and :etd them and leu, and as we hud; uo means of nu dog our I

na8d, r, however discovered and burnt I shall be ablo to form a pretty accurate opinion servile war forlinvith to San Fellippe de Austin, and for winch : artillery but by slubbo-u and worn out o. en, were

e1teni\'c town on the Iefi Lank of that un of the measures to be pursued to put an Tallahassee is a healthy country for military purpose your Excellency.dicw tcs such orders as : fast surioundmg us ; C. a plains Hurst annoliand! v
.ol the artillery, were ordered to the rea to keep
eato.On end to this war which must bo recommenced operations, summer. Abundant suppliescan may be couducetit w.the object. God and Liberrty
,
i fire tier of whit the .
1 We up a retreating ur cover army
the be had from New Orleans. hope
20lh the left wing Passed the big at a better season, and with different mean of San Jancinto 22J April 1836. advanced about a nile i.nd a l-.alf in the face
of Camp ,
tht4CQOchee ; :eM-States will ntt wait for the formality
: toed j Were we found| the centre eu On our side, so far, nothing of imreportance ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA. uf the'eyeniy ; it now became necessary l fur us io

- It. constructing a defence for its has been achieved.I I a requisition from a United States oilicer. take a position) as we were entirely su rounded, .

""e lr bag- that the whole This Uno time fee vseless formality. The I. WAil DEPARTMENT..HXAD our cavalry cut off fro n us and escaped leaving f
Preparatory than t
to und am more ever persuaded
a lhi. of entering scour- whole South must see that this war is terminated -'. qUAUTEES ARMY, SAN JACINTO KJVER, > us now two hundred anil fitly effective i -in, con-
I the Wilhlacoochew, whilsti force of the enemy including the negroes J6ih J r r\\
right I speedily. April : Ib3d. stating of the t lolly{ winr companies s
. Itit 'iug Was advancing: by tho cove and doe.s not exceed 1200 fighting n.ca. It u probably All the troops-on their march ti'em( the East New Orleans Greys, Capt PelJisi .

1. nk f the main river. something less. Of that force I am eqiially .Col. White saw and conversed wirh the will report at Head Quarters as early as possible, Red Hovers-Capt.. Jack Sbackleford| tin APa- -
__ __ ____ ---t-- __:._.1 a1.. _: ..La Lr r __ _0 .
-"ued to that 500 have time passongor WHO ariivcu iuo uigui uciuio nom ol ()- the ,
": march-wall the left wing via confident not at any marching by way Harnsonburgri presentbut 1\IustanCYs-C3pl Duva1.

Uteu efle of Dad '8 massacre I'elaUlekha, mince the commencement eof f hostilities, been Columbus. There is no longer a doubt of a all turn out, the enemy have been badfy 'defeated I Mobile Greys-Cap ain MManaman.Rentilars : 4tSALE"A v

upper : general Creek war. Fifty families are 1 and are retreating precipitately for the Westover..
reported
1 croning of the Ocklawaha. On brought within the same ten miles square. In purpose lta

Att of the 23d* our Was fired all our operations within the last 30 days, wt la have been murdered, and 2000 peopleto concentrating.. One bold push now will hit Company Arlille 7-Captain Hur t.fZd
a Ofj camp upon have fled ta Columbus for protection. drive them entirely out of the country,and secure Company Artillery-Captain HoVs! id.
r eight of the rOne have not found a of more .than perhaps
Ltd t enem> party liberty independence, and peace to Texas. Let 3d Company Artillery-Ca pi. Schru: necki (a
horses of from 10 30 have been The state of the frontier is most disastrous.
: dalig> ht were slightly) wounded. 130; .but partics to all turn out ;-our standard is a victorious one, Polish Engineer.) _

uit a detachment of horse was put in encountered almost every where. No Indian There arenot 500 effective men between the and waves beautifully under the smiles of a beneficent We were about thre i hundred yards t > the left

: aClhe enemy, but at the end of a few woman, child or negro, nor the trace of one I Creek and 'Seounole lines, and all Florida providence. of the road, i in a valley of about six l feet elow the

thetrAiLi was logt between some ol those has been seen in that time. These non com : will be'deVailfltedt if the Governors of South' '': J. RUSH, Secretary at War. j mean base, of about oaifourth of a mile; we were _

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t maker. Then the Governor of Florida! 1J
and the mantua
j el take that disadvantageous ] they were allowed but little water te the silk mercer,
: obli to very very
marchin
-f unfortunately we
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must court in style,- ,
; position In consequence of our having drink, in consequence of its having to be they goto have FI4OIIDj411j
... .'"'.l_", )jMirsued our advance so far in order to gain the brought from the river, and but a small pieceof I coachmaker, horsevender, grbonw,,coach men; with a )large force; a. we not men : V
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t ... ::. woods ; we drew our wagons into a cluster, formed meat without bread or vegetables. On the I footmen, are all employed. But the Hit could enough to do this, some other alternative i& ..must tLU1WDAg \
I ourselves into an oblong circle around them, swelled out with collateral and direct be adopted. _
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!.fr-.ft 23d Maj. Miller, with 90 men, were brought i be many
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,,t r : and posted our artillery in positions to defend central diameter it ; into the fort prisoners; they had just landed advantages to various people. We are all'well. ", -. % SATURDAy. \IAY 28. tl
the circle was about 40 feet of shortest In haste S. :;
the
died within last ,
Three have great 4
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diameter. Copano
,, t ; and about sixty leet of longest Nod Nonhern ftlail I
and Lichfield. The ,
,"I It 1 o'clock P. M at which time wee On the 25th the Georgia battallion was Also ten days :Clonfert, Ely, was receiTed 011 I
f t : ? was now of Norwich is iU-his'age is From the Mobile Com. .lid". ty.-By the Thcr.: I
with old Bishop Mail
were attacked on all sides by the enemy, a brought in; it had been surprised and capI very previous letter

*, i*.;; :..l. 1. \ brisk fire of muskeirv. ; we were ordered not, to I tured- between- -. Victoria nnd Dcmill's Point.. nearly ninety. ALABAMA- VOLUNTEERS.- c, ived at the Executive. Offi-...,..,.., .<.__ Were., re. ,
f ;," : .i : ire until the word irt* command was given, 11 orkr and marched back And confined with us. Here J King i Otho of Greece, as if he had not Four companies of these brave men arrived (' which state that- urn Iftn *" i t'cpartment

\ 'I to draw the enemy within rifle shot-we re- we were near 500 strong, guarded by 1000 enough of trouble on his hands, is about get. here yesterday, in the steamboat Lion from ; the mot ** JL 7
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,. ; !r: :: ) tvrvtd: our fire for alxmt; ten minutes, and several Mexicans\ who always said that Santa Anna.I ting a wife. The Archduchess of Maria Theresa Tampa Bay. Two of the companies belongto gjtic measures will be taken to give lecuri1 fit
( : were wounded in our ranks previous to our firing; of the Austria, is the Tuscaloosa and commanded by Capts. t< our frontier. J
;1 t; i of the officers, the artillery were would be at La Bahia on the 28th. to release. niece Emperor of are lit
'i: t.;;tc: ;il the request I of his choice. She is anil Dent. One of the other -
object young Capers compa-
fire the wind was! blowing us Accordingly on that day we wer ordered : happy af
i; ''" .pumitt.etllO.'!R'i.-htlv from the open N. E., and the smoke of our to form all the prisoners, wo were told tnat and handsome. Othn is to woo her in person i nies, belongs to Montgomery, and is com DEFENCE or THE Fjwjmrii- .,\ IlDde !It-

:. .. i. r.annon covered the enemy, under which they made we were going to bring wood and water, I but as he wants the "needful" wherewith to i manded by Capt. Bonharn, and the other to stind that the Executive has dIiddthei i < '' to

:::,- ::.;: ji desparate: charge, hut were repulsed with very and that Santa Anna would be there pay expenses of his journey to Vienna must i I Wetumpka, and commanded by Capt. Camp- ''rinry I into three districts l ; fa eacb of e't1!
loss our c.1nr1tHl was loaded with cannis- atAthens utitill "the come on. bell. The Col. Chisholm, with I L
: ;;;; revere ; that day wero ordered to march: all the : tarry supplies" gallant came ai officer has been appointed c er

!; ;.;:. -.. ters of musket! balls,action and the was howitzer kept with with great juristin officers at the heed of the file, except Co!. Oh, this money and in command of the four companies. "Lie 1(jw) :h authority to call out to C8mllard
the
up :
this m
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.. manner case of
close and fire into their midst \
,
hoy attlJaJ
wounded in the very my
the after charge being Fannin who lay hospital. As inn "" cr i'
: fury by enemy; charge ; n ia any number of
t, ;;Y,\ r.j made by cavalry and infantry, and always reLus. we marched out of the sally port we saw hollow !- TilE CREEKS. was the quick word o'f command :given by the men which ,m** h bt

,c,' ; ,; ."' i.. Jed with heavy loss on their part. Our men be- squares formed ready to receive us; we We give tho following statement from Tal- Col. as he rode along the line of th., regimen *e quired to repel the enf'my.-111 addiriollll1' CI

);-; havcd nohlv, and although surrounded by: overwhelming I were ordered to file left, and marched into a j f lassee, Ala( whicn may be relied on as correct: on A little poney, just as the Indians had con- th s, sco.innjr. :: parties are engaged aloa. I|b l
; : the
.! "4t' .: numbers, not a change of couleaancc hollow square of double filed cavalry, on foot I I TALLASSEE, May 14, 1836. menced an unexpected attack upon than. w toTe line frontier, \\ith orders |10 I'04fr '

_.i.gt .. c cuuld_.u be seen.. .., I. ..h __-1 ..__"' .\..._ I :-.._......,_..H- wilh.. .;.-. rnphines.coniinonlv--, .. _-.- rnllml__}n__ s APtandbroadsword. ....... ,,I On..n the n._ _ninrninrr, ,--rh0. ___ -11th-... .in_u Tsxnresa ar n. The Col. has the look of a brave man. /! the p conntrv- _in u advanrf-- -.niik' "1B... _..recoo., Jpr' _;
.. ;f;;. .. Thus was the name Kepi 'r'i unu ---- mev' --'n'"J --.r. n.n.o : that -nl.---- These volunteers experienced more hardships n.1 ""Kenfcn, .!Il
rived, that the '
4 informing us Saugahatcheeand in such '
:; column I a manner as to aroid \
column! II a
'": ''<. ;V..* oflno repulse of cneuijf each charge.. ..u. -"... <>. (upon,11 like; bees This square was filled and closed :and! th, i Lucheeboga Indians were in arms, and and had more fighting to do, we are told ,in inbitants. surprjetoLb* ar
> head of tho remaining files wheeled utI and murders than any other four companies: under tie gen-
two
t before smoke.-Here would be seen horses mo comnitting: depredations ;
t '" :
:': j';';.,-i\1-)!4 flying in every direction without riders, and the other squares, and so on, until all were i men with teams had been murdered about two eral command General Scott and they loft e understand: also, that a large sum\,! 'rams 3. ,
strongly guarded in the of miles from Creek and the Indians more men. They are solid, sutwtantia& looking and ammunition for defence3 li
; .t' there! dismounted cavalry making their escape: squares; crimp;' '&i.\ Saugahtchee fa j '
f
:. jj :v1L onfootwhile the field was literally coveredwith which the writer of this was one, was ordered I were rapidly approaching this place.- men. 'I ordered by the Exccutive.-Seven hunj :g'
.
'" : Jcad bodies-it was a sorry sight to see our to forward and no more was seen of our unfortunate In a few hours all the families in that vicinity The Mobile Guards turned oiL yesterday .I i ai d I fifty tonl, have already been recej ty'

: :-ifr:' ; small circle; ithad become muddy with blood; comrades, we marched out on tht arrived here; we called meeting of citizens and escorted the Volunteers, about 6UO in' ar it one thousand more are daily( t' 11I]V'iaairiv :
11' uumber several ot'ourstreets to the expected
: Bexar road near the burying ground, committee / and sent through ..
:: .i! ';;01. Fannin had been wounded so badly at nnu as appointed a vigi/ance I It i J3 intended to these jj ::1
*: i. ordered halt heard assistance. On Alabama Hotel, where a dinner was: provided I put [arm, j :
.*. Mi ihe first or second tire as to' disable him: the we were to we our com expresses in all directions for : thj hind of such llcl
rl panions shrieking in the most tones of this for thorn by Alderman Murray agreeably to persons only, as will
wounded shrieking for water which we had agonising rcceit intelligence, IIopothlo-Yoholo, orn j
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II':. i.'l, *.J. not in \'e them. Tho I. fight continued till Oh, God Oh, God Spare us and nearly Tuckabatchce Sichec-Colcncls, Mad Blue, .the arrangements. -of--the..committee. appointed- j. is J,thenselvcs. in the different neighborb
:!* ;.*';>'.'}*; dusk i :when r> tho' enemy retreated c- leaving us simultaneously a report musketry. It wa.s chiefs of the Tuckabatchces, Tustenugge- by the citizens of Mobile, in his best : t1C. I ar hold themselves. in readiness tom- -r. :\ '

EH'at' 4**,j* masters of the field, with ten men killed and then we knew what was to be OUt fate. The Chopee, chief ol the 'l'allassees. and Hatchee Every thing on the ccasian went ofT in the |tit monoentsilrmng, to any point which niai P"Irti)

t U.i:4 I I : ::**:[* wounded, while tho enemy lay aronnd heap writer of this then observed to I1aj j Wallace Chubby Tom, repaired to this place, and immediately highest glee and good cheer. The corks flew I b,: assayed.-The propriety of this! mode '
( who was his file leader that it would be bestto to all the friendly from about 600 bottles of choice Champaigne of *
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despatchedjrunners -
: [.v'.r'ljj J! upon heap. We possessed a great advantage distribufir-r, the arms still l be : :
:; fl.;: >ver the Mexicans, they having; no artillery, make a desperate rush-he slid no, we Indians, to collect their warriors and meet : with promptness and despatch, and the toasts ole.: We therefore manifestioeTerr Vt
tope that
and music made the there
were too strongly guarded, he then here.V of scene enlivening, anima wfil ben he
appealedto sent out ten ta
with which a men re
si':* *:: :md we having nine brass pieces e party I .
amol
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!jj{ u-e kept up an incessant fire of musket balls. several ethers, but none would follow: he connoitre, who returned with the intelligencethat mated, highly social and entertaining. Every I r delay the citizens in *.IFeciinMhn <* :r.IlI
V '
I ." : It uow become prudent to take measures as then sprung and struck the soldier on his righta the Indians had broken open the houses body seemed to enjoy it and feel pleased. I !icessary organisation.; -any number ofnw, :tu'
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....1\.t: to our next procedure, accordingly the officers severe blow OR his right a severe blow with which had been deserted, to within twelve pledging! themselves( to rally for the defines jl1t!

r 0'. :. ...% were all summoned to Col. Fannin where 'he his fist, they being at open files, the soldier at miles of this place, destroyed al! the fuiniture, From the Mobile Chronicle. of' the country. if required, wi'l l be proallJJ-o! Iby

."-. 'I:1\ lay wounded, and tho question was whether the outer file attempted to shoot him, but being. killed the stock, and burned some of the build A public meeting of our citizens was heldat ft rnished with armi through officers i chn

I "r.. we should maintain our present position or too close was unable, the soldier (then turned ings. As the scouts came in sight of the the Court House at G o'elock ey may on appUcatioa at the Exec nnu
his gun and struck the writer a blow houses Indian evening to devise ways and menus of leliev I *
| ;Hfw.t 1.i retreat; it was carried that we should sustain severe they saw an cone: out. mount
-i. ; .* ourselves as long as possible, considering we upon the left hand. I then seized hold: of the his horse and flee ; they pursued him as far ing the inhabitants of the Creek nation from ti /(} office. bi

f I '**; 'f had disabled a large part of our enemy, and gun nnd wrenched it from his hand, and instan as was prudent, and then returned. When the dangers and perils by which they I| Should the Seminoles persevere in ifor at

t AU; :f.*'; ,..i.. on the other hand we could not retreat, and at tly started and run towards the river. A platoon they again reached the houses, two squaws are surrounded. Resolutions to that I a tempts to establish themselves on tbs: sifo td

: ,. ,t. '0 the same time bear off our weunded, baggage of men (I have been since informed, by escaped from them, leaving tie j ponies laden effect ware adopted, and roll opened (for o 'the Suwannee. we understand it is the in. W
ts '' during two others who made their escape by falling with goods they had taken fron the houses. volunteers to march directly to Marianna, .
or cannon, our oxen having strayed away t ntion of the Executive to call out the Mia. It :
. *<:. *.". the fight. Consequently, we commenc- when fired upon among the doul bodies of On the morning of the 12tk, we removedall which place is said to be surrounded by the I
: '. their comrades,) wheeled and tired Indians of both the Creek and Semi lOle tribes 1 tia en masse, as authorised. by the foo!! io'
,;-f: ed heaving up a redoubt some three feet above upon me, the women and children to the lower set- I I D I thaK
I ;-v ,* the mean level of the praiie exclusive of but alt missed. I then had a chain of sentinels tlements. The men, about 80 in number A resolution was likewise passed calling upon !: cause: in section 17 of the act of 1833, for

t. J :--.: the dvk. to pass at about 300 yards distance, they placed themselves under Caul Broadnax. of the City Council to advance the money necessary t le government of the Militia. Be in fur- .r."

; : j f.1%, \J; The* night was very dark and cloudy, driz- were about 30 yards apart 3 of them closedto the Tallassee Guards, who proclaimed martial* to defray the expenses of the exp ditiou. -I tier enacted, That it shall be lawful for the He ua<;

,. i/.V/ ring with ram and misty fog, the enemy encompassed ir.tercept my retreat, the central one raised law. The Indians began to collect on Friday.We Governor: to call the Militia into public senior, oec

'."V: 'i us and kept up a continual sound his gun to fire-I still ran towards him in a received from 50 to 60 volunteers from Resolutions wera also pasted, censuring in v 'henever he may deem it requisite for the& 3:

:: J Vl- to charge, so that we apeared to be surrounded serpentine manner in order to prevent his taking Wetumpka. Early this morning every man the strongest term?, those in whose hands the "

, : '... with bu les.re had with us 1000 spare aim-I suddenly stopped-dioped my that could procure a horse, with the Tucka. U. S. government i is placed for the general public safety. It i is hoped, however, that Pet

; muskets, which we loaded and each mal took piece, fired, and shot the soldier through the batchee chiefs and 300 warriors, mounted welfare of the country, in the neglect of the IB prompt organization of voluntrer compa- co"

; fiT.-::'. an equal share our cannon ammunition being head and he fell instantly! dead. I ran over arid on foot, started for the scene of disturbances inhabitants exposed to the savage foe, and in rie, to be held in readiness, will place at the tl tOt!

$:""25;, nearly exhausted. Daylight broke upon us:: his dead body, the other two firing at me but and returned this evening with three prisoners those resolutions was embraced the misconduct cisposul of the Executive, a force sufficient I ann tha

r3! :* 4 in this ii tuo.tionand\ some of out men went missing, and immediately ran aad leapodintothe concerned in the murder of the team of the Executive of this State. There is fleet any emergency.

, r p,, out about a hunGred yalt.18 and brougm It&\o I II river and while swimming across1 was shot sters, and taken in the act of firing on our men. a strong, well grounded opinion in the public l It is also in run
'
ut three horsemen contemplation, a3 soon as a suff /
I fif! camp two :Mexican prisoners, both badly by out reacucU >><> t'- TLr .."...1.1 hnva hpfin shot, but for the hope mitid that the grossest mismanagement has wa:
: p ,; wgunded, from them we ascertained that the |I II site banks in safety; and after wandering six that we might obtain information from the m. I marked the conduct of the Indian difficulties.The cient force can be assembled, to establish: On

I &rtVv number opposed to us was 1900 men, and I Ii' days without food in the wilderness, succeeded I We have received from good authority, intel meeting did not ndjourn in time to enable ;posts: on the U'itbJacoochee, arid from thence ant''

[*!,* \ \ that a reinforcement of two brigades of artillell or) the tenth of April in joining Gen. Hems ligence that the Indians are coming down U- I the Secretary to furnish the resolutions for t ) the St. Johns.-The country Northcfthis eve

, would be there that morning if they had J I ton's army, after-having been letiken by the fauba Creek, murdering, burning and plundering this morning's 1 of defence, for Ufo
\ ry : .pjper.. ne -- '__n __. _somfanro_u__ _o l._..__-, w i* nnpn
; .!';:. 0 not already arrived, we bud no sooner received J enemy once, but succeeded in making my escape -i I all in their way.: To-morrowlrnorning; we -- I I fine woods, and can be efft.ctualhrscouredy vrv ki ""e

! : ;: :. this intelligence than this very artillery in company with a wounded man who intend taking up our line of march for these Street Jltsatsinntion. gentleman who stated (., t t:
J had off from La Bahia that his nane is James Ciafts i Mounted men.-How much money nnd !loatf ():
: ,; ? opened their cannon upon us, they had placed got by falliug among Indians, with tho determination to return con-i and hat he was fa t t
.;: ". them behind a small hillock and were entirely the dead as before stated. I am happy to que-ors or not at all. from Columbia: S. C., was about 2 u'e.lockyester-i life might have been avoided, had this lk

:: ." o..: under cover, we could neither touch them state that six more succeeded] in I saving All the Indians on the west side of the Tal- day near morning, found by one of the city watchmen, Measure, which common piudence should jI ril
Washington Market
:i4. ; with out cannon nor.chargc, as they had so their lives and regaining their liberty by tho II I lapoosa are our friends, and much credit i is Having raised!:;an alarm and,! weltering procured assistance in blood. I.eve dictated, been adopted before the coe! (eni
r;' their that the same sUatagem. The nnmber of the I due the above named chiefs for the watchman
; placed cavalry, moment we enemy their prompt removed him to the lower watch ( f the campaign. the,
. .. ; should quit our artillery they would cut us to according to their own account, killed at theI'!, and valuable assistance. [Ala. Journal. house where, upon exa lunation he was 'found( to 1'lIj'
I
i t1"t. pieces. We accordingly met in council toT battle ef Cotcllo, varies from nine to eleven I I have been repeatedly stabbed in the breast, with i THE C REEI\-: The I latest accounts t Ii rOn: a rJ

; .... devise means and measures: it wa# accordingly hundred. 1 From the Macon Messenger. a e\rtf/t dirk rufcito or. similar.*:-.._.:weapon_.. '.'_,_.and' .that! he wa: '> in n yers".ul.l..J tic scene disturbance do aotjustifybyafl!. W.J
o} m, decided that we should send a flag of truceto Extract ala letter, from ono of-ihej' Editors obtained Q"wl"-'I. .JuI-gLtaI aid was:' promptly Means, the belief that there will be a geoeral Uu..
and
the and if obtain FROM THE N. Y. EVE. STAR. dated his wounds dressed ; and a carrwge
; enemy, possible a treaty, being piocured he was removed i 'ar with the eeks.-The chiefs of the Eu- let!.

if upon fair and honorable terms; accordingly LIVERPOOL, April S, 1S36. "For.T DRANE, May 1st, 1836. where he now lies on the verge of to the his loding and, bee tribe, have with one exception, reporteJ by,

I : Capt. F. J. Desanque (the hearer of the express The Lords have resolved, it is said, to pass i Contrary to our expectations, our Battalion his recovery exceedingly! doubtful. He grave was, too tiemselves bjttt

from Gen. Houston) Capt B. II. Holland tho Irish Corporation Bill They are becom have not been yet discharged, but in all exhausted to give any explanation of thelnanner as disposed to preserve peace.-
pr
,
.... of the artillery, and an ensign were des- ing wise in their generation." I bability will be retained here until aur term of or by whom, he had been thus murderously as- Uoanoke has been recovered from' Ibe tin"

: patched with a flag of truce, the flag met Mendizabel\ appears more firm thar. ever in service (the 18th) shall expire.-All of the saulted.-Times. I. es, and we are happy to learn that mot oft tha: ;

: ':. midway between the two armies and it was his scat as Spanish premier. Istwritz, his ri-I I other volunteers have heen sent home. Intelligence I r ic wonien and children escaped during thai thC

. J : desided that the two commanders should meet va!, had fewest votes at the election for President was brought in this morning, that Hon John H. Eaton, recently appointed ttack on the steamboat which was: Jjingat t 11cr.

to decide the matter-in pursuance of which of the Cortes. thclndians are meditating attack Fort Minister to Spain, arrived in this place on .: wharf.-An made on neit
upon tIe
attack been
had
'J..t'' Col Fannin was conveyed out and met Gen. Poor Molly da'GIoria! as the Tories call j. King. A company Infantry J was detached Friday last, from Florida, by the way of New ; Iwa in t

I ,' Urea, _,_ Governor. of Durango_ corr.mander of Donna Maria of Portugal, is still sizhinir tj rj for I,I I this-,,; morn. in!" te. reinforrn'np"_ __ the rvmrwstationed glr......!.lll" Orleans_ lie will depart. in a few davs.. for_ the n layton, a town about, seven miles from.. ,. nun
..t." 'F the Mexican forces, and the 'following treaty the reality of a husband. Nominally, she has there.r e learn n.'r from two'J Indian.uJ I I JNorth.-Nashville. Repub. t >n, but fortunately a party of Friendly 'Wa- ban

;:i. ; was concluded! by them, and solemnly ratified had one since chnstmas, but actually, she has women, that runaway ''rom them a few days t lU1'lCl'he.- Mibscriocr___u_ : alls were in town, who joined with the \Yhitf3 lion
has
'.sc4. J a copy of it m Spanish was retained by Gen. none-because she has seen no more of him since, that the Indians are all assembled, and 1 of goods in Tallahassee to THOMAS sold rut TILLI his stock C.: a id repulsed the enemy with considerable. noMueli

''-.;: Urea and ono in English by Col. Fannin. than-his picture. In my last, i stated that have been for some time in a large hammockat IIAST, Esqr. who will continue to do a regular whole excitement has existed at MatianflJ, cru'twhs
: ;i Seeing the Texian Prince Ferdinand had sailed for Lisbon the called the sale and retail business, at the old stand. The notes
'etnirely Cove where :
: army overpowered ; a place they have and accounts of the subscriber v here a fort has been built, and every prepr -
; 'f t. by a far superior force and to avoid the wind was against him and he put back. He tbeir A'ives and children, and are planting to a J. HACKLCY, E.sqr.for collection.arc in G.the LANMAN.hinds of R. ition The bosWpaflion ': the
made attack.
p'tj: ;J effusion of blood, we surrendered ourselves! put io sea once more and again put back.- considerable degree. It was within a few I The subscriber will return here in a few days to at- to resist an !. peci

t,j : prisoners of war, under tho following terms: i lIe is now in England awaiting a more friend miles of this place that Gen. Scott, suffered _tend____ to all! demands against himself. 42. of the Creeks wiU be speedily I poni d ncl.

.i ;.' i .. Art. 1st. That we should be received and I ly breeze. the progi ess of his army to be arrested by a ;; FOR PENSACOLA.-The fast sailing eland forced to sue for peace.-GeorgiaJ : tr) QthJD Pi

*. treated as prisoners of war, according to the I I"I O'Connell was entertained at Nottingham, j few Indians, who under the pretence of offer- Schr. Lookout, \V.n. Wellington, :AJas: f aba ma, have: before this time, mores t sod
'.f? ; civilized nations. at n public dinner, on Easter Monday. lIe I ( ter, will be ready to receive cargo ti day th
..t r usages ring a parley, diverted him for the better part and will meet with jffident troops III the field to terminal cam
...;..t ." Art: 2d. That the officers should be paroled 'avowed himself radical reformer, and an advocate of a day, while it was evident, to the newest passege, apply despatch.to the Capt.For on freightor board. V ac.-Ouro citizens may rest assu.red I (e fend

f;j1l> immediately upon their arrival at La Bahia of universal suffrage, vote ,by ballot, I recruit amongst 110, that it was meant as a _St. Marks May 26th I3J6.; 42tf I i

;..t! : and the_other prisoneisshonld be sent to Co- annual parliaments and relinioiis!' ; toleration.n .rimennH--_, _'U_ ihn...... .frnm. ,'n tii...,?. .amnlro;.....,.. uiiu ci nil ",hn. :nr..L Tilt t IVTrciTt., a.Tlx-mn .. _?. __. _. I,,I I no danger from that quarter. cam.
U11IV.I' IIIIUI-
V.'UUI .I. ;: trI
tiVt ii ; pana within eight days, there to await shipping He was in j favor of '* every man paying i1'i' ( lible signs, the Indians were in a great numbers -I" tar date, I shall.I.U"S4urIGK-Sic exhibit my accounts :mOflfsar"j': ( I ---- Leea

t'\:\ -i to convey them to the United States, so own parson." His rcmaiks tlU this head are in the body of the hammock. ers to the Jude of the County court of I-sort cnunly, I AL.CIIUA.This ill fated count/ bas born,

j: P 'I soon as it was practicable to procure it, no capital, but not very new. "The Indians laugh a great deal at the dil- as Administrator on the estate of Thomas Hr deceased j' i nally abandoned by the white inhabitant: u Pre

r : .ti more to take up arms against Mexico until hI am for letting every man pay hs own par latoriness of our movements,-ihey say we I claims on and said apply estate for, are discharge.informed that. a Those dividenJ!h.iving has I t 'e learn by an express whicb arriVed* dlSb.i t(.
: 1 r son. Even the
's! exchanged. parson himself will be bettered move !ike Gophers. Every thing connected been declared and are requested to come forward and i 'l'hurs.-At least one thousand persDflSI M

:. \ Art. 3d. That all private property should by this arrangement, for ho will become' with the campaign mean the manner, in I receive payment. T. R. CHITON. i I t: cen driven from their homes,who were most cora

:1 be respected, and officers swords should be. more attentive to the duties of his station- I which it was projected and attempted to be May 23 1836. 42 6ms I I r in circumstances at the cf" the 1
: Yi returned, on release. more solicitous to watch over the spiritual in- carried into prosperous Way
't 4 parole or shtuld(
A ...a.. ... cpt _t i t"rpgt"....,". 'a"r.Io&UUg..... .n-AU..L.. .._I..n.t.. ._u I.! r . executjon. -. be the subject II HALSEYMERGJI4XT, W1- JJIL"mKRt._... of_. flu.....*. ivnr.,-.-_.fa.- -if;. -not-- a .m'T'. the t'b..
-& AJJUI Utl.men snouid receive every YU'U'UUllil pay mm oncers ol ridicule, even with tho debased sav JL w. ZWTIU(4.LV1flgUC51rOUS to bring his bu- le
.t}j comfort, and be fed, as wall as their own men. and clapping]. If any man came to ono of sineis to an immediate clo e in this territory, he there- Indians willnotgointo r.mtMtr: quarters- that
1 us and said I: am going to Jaw and age.eaGen. fore now offer his entire stock of goods for sale, either dont for their faW' ha
Signed know *
":; :l::!i Gen. UREA, you Clinch has sent his resignation to the whole or pan, to suit purchasers, at a small hey what is good r
t very
; : Col. MORATEAS, must pay my lawyer, would we not enjoy a Warhington. This is to be very much re- advance upon the New-York cost. V'HI not Truth satisfy the public that the Seai Sco:
'
:..f d.s. Col. HOBZINGER, hearty laugh at his expense 7 If another were grotted. lIe is decidedly the most competent His stock consists of a general tssortmert of cloths, i lilies have committed a great military errs r) Ip<
.'... .,. On the to accost you thus, It My son is sick and cassimers and summer goods, of a handsome variety
Part of the enemy; and on you officer that has been engaged in the cam- i. snch Fort King.Qd he;
likewise of M as
1' testings every description, stocks linen leaving strong posts
/ must for doctor ,
our part, signed by Col FANNIN pay a would you not say paign: he has secured the esteem and confidence bosoms and collars, suspenders, Hosiery These ignorant live
that the gloves etc. )rane so far in their rear.-
; ick and the _
son father
fhtit Maj. WALLACE. was mad ? of the entire \rmywhile the indecision, Including a general assortment of ready made cloth : I. but neVt
! : ; The officers were then [bear and laughter] What care I for a spiritual grannyess, and imbecility of those who are in*. 42 I nvages do not understand field tachtW be rr.

I t called upon to de doctor more than for a temporal ? I his t len they have no artillery, or bagg3gdt an.
)' liver thoir side arms which boxed one esteemed peers, or rather his superiors in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, I 'i tst
I }:: with their names placed were up, will pay no doctor but the one I want to prescribe rank, have rendered them objects of ridicule' -The subscriber having purchased .f Mr. ( 0 not require roads to advance, or retr' .n:,
I I r.! and by a ticket upon each for me. [cheers] That is common to all. George Lanman his entire stock of Goods in the city 1 i. that experienced lOll! that"i
a label the box quite probable an
upon of Tallahassee offers them( sale
should
Elating, they or on
and accommodating
sense
?Iii 'c. soon have the honor of returning them, and common honesty and these are "Much inteiest has been produced for the Urms. The assortment embraces a great variety of i ghter would decide that they are mOte pr2C fa as

;iEi i.; it was their principle to mcet UII now friends qualities which are now, thank God, becoming fate of 40 men who were left by Maj. McLe. articles and by late arrivals from New.York, is now teal, if not scientific. in their operatic l.Y C:

w ; not as enemies.it as predominant. |great applause more in n block house. 12 _mileR__ __ from... '_h* complete" ,planters! and country merchants are invited th.......,
--- -- n n -
) Col. Fannin--- O'Connell, also dined this week, at York, mouth of the Withlacoochee. The boat -v to call and examine the foods.judge for themselves. ( ren. Scott. \
and the they 42 \
men were that afternoon Hull THOMAS T1LL1NGHAST.
and
q marched back to La Bahia Whitby. had has been seen at the mouth of the river ljt the
the wounded The General Seo//. The following! comm\lD I
Queen's drawing rooms for the in DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-Allnersons -
season cut two and number
with the a very large of Indian w -
together faihJI
captain of each company will be held 1 having claims against the estate of Tristram the of Truth" is inserted
on April 21st, May 5, May 28, & fires in the The o rer signature
I and our surgeons, were left on the field neighborhood. inference to Boatick, late of Gadsden county deceased, are Jnan..
to June requested d allow if opportun
of the to possible an
16.-People utilitarian" ;r ,
school be
drawn is that in I
dress the wounded, which was they are great force in to present them duly, authenticated, within the baa c the
the 21st when completed on ,. demand the cui bono of such displays. Trade that neighborhood, and have either massacred I time prescribed by laW, or they will be forever de-I fi lends of General SCOTT, of relieving J "i II

.. the fort ,where we were all convened back to certainly is benefitted by them, because, first the poor fellows, or have them in ..complete barec by law. Those indebted to the estate are requested -: :ter from the odium by wbicb it i is at p* ']j !a
found
the
we men in a most of all to make immediate payment. I uwaimoua P ? this j
the ladies almost
must have dressess 'erwhelmed the
check. by
new The e
: commanding officer i
oftjiii
miserable state. post ANN R. BOSTICK.8w It
They were brutally treated this brings in play the silk manufacturer j has been the of Florida.-SbS>Id wo h+ lh
,pr advised of these cirquraslapcaj; by Per W. T.; BOSTICK. o people



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unjustly, wl lh) ig- a right to complain.Thc withdrawal of the regular like ((0 "
charged )him, f ascribe to cold Hooded indifference" an the is .
"" ?, have mismanagement t ) conf'.rt'the troops from the Country and posting such omission in country densely populated near the old set ashw. The women a id children it is believed
'' and not rushing to the rescue of thote who tlements of Alabama. A few have
succeedei in alo
prtsumr'- ,he j as 'were left without reference escaped, as the-statnUat Georgia which .
more to
will I ,
5.nint)1e \'ar lit one any genera: svs- have voluntarily & gallantly sought danger, when j j' "ringing j in a part of their stock, provisions, fur-i was Iying"at the wha, f. Among the killed
:: No one h:1Sd tem of defence.-A chain of'posts on the \vfthlacoochce the fibre, &c : but the was
ItJlking due rt'J'ptiun. geneial knew not that they were or could |possibly ; greater part have abandoned CoL Felix G. Gibson worthy citizen and brave

iD with wore pain 111) reluctance, HI the and from thence to the St. John's} would! he in peril. The obligation to rescue devolved -;
I hi are borrowCtl pluows-dlat tile have dinr.nished: the frontier to one fourth of its on those to xvhom the knowledge Gistcame I l cil I ihrong lalholton uf to Columbus (32 miles) a con tinuI I hoocliec Circuir, is bad j, supposed to be mortal- f:f f

that ha\'f | piesrnt extcnt.-Thc cou'd' people seeking a new home. The ly, wounded We are not fully in I
iODor sllluJ.ld, by right: grac- troops then have been 1 that their fellow citizens were in danger. Let men, We trust, after rindinjjr for i: possession ef ,

.rIswer how r-, and that Hie triumph or l I tlJtt: |F concentrated, I if necessary, at any time, and xvotild! then, the facts :in this affair be disclosed, and lethe i funilscs) !! will! return and defend protection the soil they have their I cllubt.Ve alhhe facts, but have the seei w> irst two are true, beyond my
expresses from
the
. Idls mr of tic I indomi.abmirage I( | have been wit lain striking distance of the Indian I people, who, though sometimes deceived) are purchased from their barbarous assailants.: In place, but did not learn any particulars. '.

% 'J: day, ,!Jicwu-.ofrlUl.an!. of lhc I ctIF towns. Those are 1 the main grounds of complaint (invariably right: when they have presented to them many case*. their wagons, with provisions, Were I Sume apprehensions have been entertained for _

:L .1l3r. who load hit 111 on M the) sat'ii- --and are the cause of! the distress which lias tile TULTII.i captured, and many whites with! them killed, who he safety of Invinion ; but the citizens have erected

J..,of the D(5rcr wOll1J more willingly ascribe ihcr : overxvhdined a large portion of Florida. I I -- I I did( Ld.not!. ar succeed Ihp\ I'H in escaping, and the .blacks......,..n'capo I believi a t'"rt3nd organized sufficient corps, it is ,
one i1pfT' il ;if.Serious
-""-: .oU"'UO'UlIum.ers \ ,- .to ..'i -
.,. C.JmpJign to iin1resee'ncircu:111at1rcS. Extract of a lefh'rfroti a gci.tlcman in East Florida the -'O n.
or the atc TO TilE PUBLIC. I on : plantations.! Tfie city and vicini- apprehension; have been entertained for .

f.railul'f, taim, : As mailers :i i'ollJ As misrepresentations in relation to loth of the to his friend in Tallahassee, dated Iv of Columbus: presents truly a distressing scene. the safety of Columbus which we (!" not think _

I "'''yeforthJtOfrEOLA I nu-n ('flJIItJIl' I 4.'vpt'djijons directed I by Major General I SCOTT, loI ST. AtGt .TINE, 12ih May, 1SSG. Hundred*, probably! a thousand; are encamped were by any means gn nndless.! The Volunteer '* 8'

t' of having J fM: ihn-o I I major I I! I\Vithlaeoochce I i I I .,, I have made their appearance Our condition i is a subject t for the most serious some; of occupying ". reliotise and every de criu- corps of the town are nixv well organized, and it m.is

J woneiy detiance the and anxious reflection of those I non buildingilini could be furnished iid many : stricily guarded. Hi, t considerable needs if?
f'\ i of liivin"' put :It powapu 'i in ihe-ciilumns of the Floridian, to the prejudice xvlu e Hit CFets l others viih yet
. I I I : scarcely any protection from the doing t.) give the militia ot the town their
,rs are blended! xvith the f fate of( East Florida. You proper
i 4if that 4illicer and those elements.
I Most who"had
"" : iri<*'!ilV rej'uu.ic.Zf j| misrepresentations have I the means, or friends eII('Jl'ney. We hope ti see them retrieving the
,. '* tltl& SCOTT is rested almost I know of course, that: Gen. SCOTT haslefi the field. \viihin, reach
General have reiiied the '
of I| (':IIh: successive xveek been reiterated in said paper to country. The character! that many a e disposed to attach to

IIeefCI1CC the ii:)>truciions' given Major ..MT.E : I Cyril a i ft IT the authors I of I them had: opportui He is here snugly quartered for the Mimn.er. The I Corporate Authority of Columbus, has furnished! !them' from circumstances that have transpired. !! -

.ty! : n 'ITIl'rc,! tll :1rriw 011 tLc \ tbJJ- I, "ics! of)l acquiring ;.nJormalion; from nnquesiionas'bit I horsemen have crossed the S I. John's on t their re- subsistence for the destitute, but this source is pre- I There can be no doubt, but that sufficient opportunity ..
: ,'Ur WilS :: tuin home. Tne 1 r.anons ; as a scarcity of f provisions must ensue as will be afforded 1 fi-r
,; and actually tOIII'[ ,; footmen leave heie to morroxv, every man to acquire
..he 41.1 of April : authority I had: I hey sought I it ; the public! are / l free accumulates! to"carry on the "':1r. Their situation the tha racier of a hero. lOn
I .:ice. +. iltu ill transports nov: in the harbour and relIlI"
: drjrw ollias ( : ,
I Itl.TC (I\, I ilir Zi III. a 1'1 1 I liertfuliy. ; toipiesied to sus-pend) thtir 4ipinions, I i> a strong appeal t to )public churity.A. Tuesday we saw a considerable! company ''f

:;' rt t J 111 xvhoieampa4: :u elf! cOIlbillt'J ''! unIt C4ipks of l the instructions-, s.iiil to have been s.iil. The regular: forces, few in number xvill be J ibr as can be discovered, the hostility will from Harris County, iear Columbus small .- t t tI
U
: '" '.'U nui-'t be recollected! that. 1 lie hacf l 1i"d1 t4i :M-ij-i M'LKMOUE 1 1 aiui I iJcAn can l)" obJi confined lo their posts) -and I the I people! of the I be nuirl more general than was at first aniicipa- company of sturdy Volt! nteers had arrived from ::1

?".ttCjt-1t: nfl 1II1! Jll' 1Jer, whw- 01' tie: tJi.t.J S 'r inlilic.i xvJien the community. will ('oiiiitrv-il puor-poor people\\ bal is lo beIcome \Vedonotihinktl-at! many of the Chiefs !,I Upsoj and Marion Counties.: '1 31bot had nobly '1

. ,vcr-\. ""lS m tll l.e. liul: lali-n ,. !! if( I them ? Thev cannot fly. without I leavingtheir I are i inr'ined! '! l III hostilities ; but they have lost ncar- J| stepped l forward, and c( !hunch l Adams had roluntarily -
Jhe pust 1Jl' mi /i-the of l of facts and of .
ta.i't1Iu..eJ, opportunity judging I !k ail ih.ir influence with their tribes, and cannot I I drafted one half tie militia of the
all and their families County !
**i> 1111ll; OIl. JIr -vcr.il. days : ti' f\\.ln1o.
. 31111 /13 fro.n J'aiujw. \\ "u 1!,1 ..irlDrfi Ai: a eri,t. iiliiheprcient ivquiiir.ir the harmo- and tJf'atllllllht.call1lllt, ) ; ) stax, xvithoul! "1I J ('- i.! j h.-ivt: been iipjranizcd i mi media. tclv/e yen \ Tfiew men, we have good rea- ;1

the rcw:11. Ilf rjinarx! pru .-nce 1 foresee, tin p ..:.i inn t.1I. .;- [ 'li.liIUIIJIUI i if j all I luadi an i iti l I hatH1tn; cx rica Ic slant 4read! of being victims to tin so..dpnir! kuil\: \ i- ;i 'e\\ .tni'iie.is, and! penetrated boldly into the I bun to believe, xvill!! do as they should. Their first \ .
.
.,., 1IIl'11 :lil be unable ttl evu'iati; :, :' ,, Territory 1 f;; .H\J (ti.e embarrassmenis; nf airec&l most! of their daring saviLfe foe, which their (;II\4. i ''.'n, r- :'-y \. ho MUV will. or have: joined.thl. I step will he[ to plant the Standard west of the .

.trI31 Jir.II'' enemies' O-'ii'iv, t"<','u. flit:iil by its oj>erlini3;! have raided around iii'1::.. : o jl.; I-Mi. -v -id; have: come in, or remainedn j Chattahoochee ; where, ve think, they xrill find ;
('If thc | tint, :1141! < :\jiu: .tibnirv: ooiilot ; it is dilli: Uu Howard he id of he
: :ii. Hushed} wit II Major at the
1 1"Jrdl1n mat can !
iJ5inthehrlrt I success, as they now ex'ery -
: condition I t I iu fold I
;' Truly, H our : a ten dejnee inorc .
it JIi..1\ 1. .
f3j'lrrLp'lHa'kl"JlIl.1 : ,*"i I'l'l. '<_ lhe motixTs of tho..e xvho would i a-e, :... .1 I'Ir'. harvest plunder, and an entire muster. That is the sp t where a thousand men ;

Jd 1hct'"I\'I'I"j"! under lus dml.t'' f f1rriL ftt1, t\ ..' i .ju-cosMfih I cri-ate exeiiemeni Is, by siatement-j i I I critical: am! alarming than: xvhen the war hoop of II I II :'. ic-ss in every Mtt.nck they have made, there will should have been a week ago. And by this time .

.td '111e Hay "M late ? Did nut 'it": t'f a i ; ri'ig; foundation? facts, or xvho xvoulddix'ertointt ,I thc Scminolc first 1 sounded in I our ears. The re j i !,<' \'c.r\' l few :vlmvill! not thke up arms with the half the Indian Territory should have been scour : :f

tll. Slrcoss! t1 f Ihe eiilcri ht. <* n tri: ruie of a I ihrcaiem-d community. '! li.lllrc "I'l the people at I that time upon I the liver j jfof ji :iiosti'e; : pirty. Only three hundred have come in, ed, and IerrurVIHllll haie been stricken among j

\1TrkIlOI\'IIj3t at t lie i 1 the Government; I to quell) I the hostilities of i their j jI who are camped at Ben :Marshall's; on I lieVe.t them! : and much proj>er'y and nome lives Saved. ,1
ftaJeJ vik'ly "'n ,the chance ol 1 :'living 1:4I12 '!b'Miu'aptiri's w'l'eSII'Y: to meet iheore.iNion! ; I I bank of.1 lie Chutlahouchee I ,just above Culnmbus. Every week of delay not/, is a tlmusantili."eslcJst, 'J
: then
; insiiriificant ('IIt'III"II soon as I that I
JalrJ. allJ t1uidill:1: 1iudjittuC: 1I4- ti* tlit* iio\t: ]liiitcr and nnfefliiig! an.ithemas, ol inn'uli i Itcdr, poxu-r Two !bui.difd are at 1'ukegct', and (fifty at Fort and a million of money r bbai from the Treasury. .'.;

\'IU1de' wcr (h"'I'\t.'TL'11 hy, ilie vncmy. i JJ-.I : .! :;;!<. II xvas naluial: that a genenuis people! :!'could be broiiirht! I I) in their behalf, xvas : !Iciliif :.Mitrhtli.I :: .. ,

""ra':fey< UIU.k, that; this, mimhtr of 1'idI'tt1IuUrS "';uiM htvc their sxnr.Kiihics. xrilcd on; Hie init Ii j lo the ti-trop* lit( I the: moment, :and all'.irdcd a The most m ttri.il incidents that have occured Our Government has i sued orders for 2 thousand ;':

',, cI'tT' 1JIt. jHI tic! .Jll-trict \ hell ; i I point upon xx hich linpe mi>.'hl ie>t, and tighten i' within a l few day* past, as l"r as we learned, are olllUleers-tbc nu nber sullicieut, but we
;, tt l\'CrH I 'I;iu "ir** nf -10' of our frlloxv!! ritr/rns btinjr ellI I
( these i fear in them into the field We J
: delay bringing
until it bi'.Kns the daikness: of immediate: danger i -
I. .1m'c I I' i ..
.tlu I : sdi( \\III! :111 i ite goad II'IJPS" U 4 !"fii in a borjk! hoiiM' in the initUt ol a savagen !' The :family: of a \1 r. Ia vis consisting of seven have not yet heard that jildbama has more than :
Ii 1 I ;is denied and! cannot
lit i)4v) 'V4-n Hope us, xve I Ii
b s.lit ..f 1111''4'ZI IHJ1Hjlt'I p cI \r'IV ', but. itv.ss im"i' litmntu t.> J-axT$ were 700 in actual We that this ;.
,? ?' ::111.'!l tii! : "o1U I : f', "" tllflrc persons. murdered on Friday IisI I. ;i fv t miles troops; ?eme.- hope ;
: .L p','I.'p'- :I'I nlt'lI : aaciaijn t It t'.iroxv! lite111LS1 111fiCJ! i a!! in a nolile] cooperation .if the jmas'irosary I lix our mind upon any ji'ven; peiiod xvht-n our i j on (ti.e FkraIIoad. On Saturday, a>-id-Sunday;;; I Rip ViaVinkk will nut \e better June nj tight ;;

1.1 ,I: )1 ". IIJII/I": !1itC CInud:" 1: tI), I iC C' to Xl rc.I; t ti' I Item I i from I their periloussituation I! troubles! I :i lfl- I1I'l.Ito.' (,I-C, .and I the dangers! that: i toe plantations! of John Crowell jr., Abercromhe, for tier Territory, than on be anticipated from :jI

11.:1,1: II \ : must bent 10, .,rl'Cav. to !10 the security of! i I Hudson 1 and others, between Columbus and! Fort I Governor Clay's; conduct or the citizens of Georgia 1
wasor-deicd! the \ ithlaron i attention 1 fmnj theJwutViilfnt : I
l f'f 1tvert
ilinn
1 up. io public
,. ".:iIo.Ilt: i! : :, eatv.Ve Inveeen I th.il. the] jimcer of the (io- i Mitchell l !, weie plundered! and! I the buildings burn- may not be disposed : o fieely! to p rotifer her
lie! did not know (!f The ezia' ] oljj-Ti.1 10 ihf] cxrcrat'um of an indiviwho I -
*- their aid.
I it UHfl'1I1'/'I'II1 xvrnmerl has iiself xx"ihout etler.l txtoandja ;i (41. The bridges! on the Federal i I Road on I the Big J f.
j ) : -
cfJU?( alt|; h.il' J 'lul W'" 1JulIda'tJ] t'1icctie .; vilhtiut jirvif it.15 a ,'t-rtrd], had: '!. ( .. spent :: and Liti .. Uchee Creeks xve re burnt.-The bridge) The crisis is an alarmii g one. There has keen ;
mi half: millions of its I has I been expended .
:iinJtr IllS o'niuwwd '. 'i'liis 'OIlIl'S11.; .1 tln'iH Ihi-rt; and had then, xvith "coU! boo! led in- money! ; ""III: the! nexv road believed %I Iill i& be sta iidiiig. no Indian war in the Country, that has involved! '. ; 1
,lIt'."i I five I thousand I ; of MiMiers! 1 have. been employer; ). 1 1I .\ 10:11101' goods from the stoie of Mr. Baker so great a sacrifice of lrl'lerIV:1II d we wish} we 'J t
al.er ilif' opinion ci; iiif Ci.uinl: of war : dilli'H'iKo"ab.uid] 'inc'd them to tl.tir fate.: The I a :
t-.t'; I Jan j exhausted! i its highest olllccrs have been illI from the, lower part of Chambers County, xvere could! stop here. Hut tht re must be a severe and i"h
Dr ne. I il.at. \Lcdjl'!e re;u!;4 r atiuy, aida ittile: band ol'our j fellow (citizen of Jellerson! ; I i i11ltc
:d'rl: 1 j liciti-J half a year of war has pas cil 4 ver 0111' I taken; :an i !] with the wagon, were burnt I, and thehorses almost an exterminating (011 test before the Indians

rJIICrl I :: ; 'tirg bmdioi inidrr .Major CUOJ'1t1',11 xvho I havoso jjjllanily i i sustained I themselves on t theHatlisof | lit ads-and xvhat i is our Clllldiliullotlt.'u'c: o- li:JeJ. Mr. Chas. Redd's wagon, Haded will come to any terms, o- any should be granted

irutH if c,i rich: tllll 1.1.Jnllll"' t'ntl'fpri7.l" :i I :1 be \V ithla! es ucl ice ; may be i in peril fiom have ; Country with corn, and his negroes were taken about six them : and the sooner tht war is carried to every j't j
!
perali.Hls I :cen :uspl'udl'd-the -
|. J& ualtf iiiigi l1 t :1 lnllt i u I ie" l''sjivxopiiiigthe '(' : li itt ofiin'r !I a IH fticmv as savage, as I he is lerocioiis, but the miles! from Columbus. On Saturday five men part of their Country, tiC belter. We should !

;: reluf! of this/ po>i uith uol inure :,. I::'!. t-x-eii elf tile Seninole must be Irjmane, to'JhcittaH h.indnned: lo th- meiry of the sax'.ijje-importance went out to bring in some horses and stages from from the first moment, ha :e been found acting on ,,

I i Ira' been given by their success and our the line. When comi'ig in, xvitb 19 horses and the offensive. We should be pushing the war into i i
I If ol'1at
turll under his clmJIIIwd.I: I he sueaJs.jtwillin.'hy I of tint individual, xvho'in defiance: :
:an eiffliiy failure: tl) an enemy, at first t, truly insignificant, two stages, about twenty one miles from this place, every strong hold or hidir 5 place in the nation. 1
a myr.icle df "iiod I luck :iu J i J! t ;, and in the :1I1'l'III'(' of all evidence, could! ac- considerable But the want aulhorili\ lack ot ,3I 1
\ j xvtit-n compared to I tie nation i they iva ned a ainatj a litiN-i! after dark, they I were attacked I by a or energy
jir.g. SiieuiJ, he fail, it W41! at !c.--i, gi\C jj.it.i- !:;: j -ami our left to chew the cud of their distresses I
tty: in ili'isc' who iiavr dru'cn! K. rJd.. t. lljcsH-m :' :: *.>'" tllli. oomnult's" in :111IIIr: ol a voitin-; ,! peo-ie.: escaped xvith 4 horses, 2 of which were wounded, man is required as a leader: in whom the publichave ,I
i i"ruloJJ. until the I! furcf of another! 1 campaign; : is a r- confidence for emit and bravery. 1'hruhre
tSs.ty If f exposing; hc-r bivivesi w us tiThe ".u( h i 'ui.v aJ.uih! i iicit: 4if thoni l k. >:\"rt': n.assaeu1Tiic atid :;ut. ill on Sunday morning. .s1 r. Adams, (an j judgn : i
niH'lxand I ra Igt'd and enacted.: When I riuanl; t the events Agent.) came in with a hare in the evening : another j!I perhaps, men, now it. office! xvho have the :il
.f. ii,1e I I hmx4-ver lor tii
ivnier 'jJt..ik.; < c- !firviJ! spt-nk, I
I
j I ,i po.-sible: nay, ii.uat likely, to result fro.n th'n stite: Mr. Ilicks, on Monday moniug-aotl. xviil tu do, and tile ncce.ssiry bravery hut they i
KTJiKHi" f.irllje! rei.ef llm e !braxtinea \VLti. xviil xvlic-n l'H-osfd; I., I\t. to tlif xvlui'e ailaii :1.I .I I I
other | lack miitary! talents and and shrink d
1 Russell! 0TUl' The breen i is xperience,
.i III I things, I C:) I.Urit affix bounds( to the indignationI1 : day. ( ) as
1"'P' ?rlljlI; : ill t.!ai 1-L.11'T iiiiJ l..lf1.V ;n,m.j- :., vviy cliJl.a.IJlr."urlUl]; : ; :: thai xxiiicii ;ii has I Ij i I Jcl ajjamst those Ly.ltll e imbecility: :; it has been renamed; to have been killed. The mails, ot course, from responsibility. I

} their (larger.; -ile cwnwjaudi'd the *uiy! ;*k'.ised others, 'f.:Cf tlic ircetli\1 lo tie il. III them I cease; to run further than Columbus on the East. But there is a man, nox in the .field, who has ::
ofsull'tring
produced, nor to the deeply alarming
kacdirce! I III the C ultr1 liic ahM\cl' \. :1.21 > ''an wlult.: wnl the rditnrof the rioridi.-'n, state !.1 picture '1 hc mail contractors have .suffered very severe every qualification.: III\} every individual has r
; :and which j re>ents Itself to any !looses by the Indian hfl tlltlits. Not less than >10valuable entire confidence ; and th public voice calls far .
.: ileritler c.luIJ, or ,1ai ed; Jo nothing \\ c thc authority! upon; xvitirh tie asserts1. l I J
I I'ehrl'l1ldt I| mini] My anxiety for( our people! may magnify : ho'se-f, are known to be taken or killed, him, as the cnllllnan cr. \\ c allude to Colonel f1
ti, my :'i'fu; dCII.Wlh-but: truly I cannot noxv see and tnree stages and one mail wagon destroyed. every ;
f.i:1Il't': is the j'fIIllid! arl j must he Jet lIdc .- i ; was establi.-hvd: : md uixleretl: t tll be nia illI I I Txvo mails are IUliT.1111.1..1 believe, that the moment i sufficient number oft t ttr. iJ
what \\s to save Ea.st: Florida t fiom total destruction
Ourut'cui\'l has strained every: nerve to rai>eiadirainef.vfi :;. I tamed i by i list riict itII' from (lenera:"! SCOTT, and tr-.i.i MM.. ( )'. V ;jhut'; "" -' *1-. -' ___1..t ffypo |.> can F tie em oticd! (; nd that may be by this ::1
: or Middle Florida fnmi \'nSl'r.itlll' r. i iI \11111, C..ptalll Smith, xvas corning up the river time,) that he will! cross m w Ala lmama_ even"xv tb- tt
J > ltJ time wticn the safety ofnry i that i thc ireneral I kncic of its existence xvhen he forces uglllrJOusly.I
rpcs i
xvhieh drives our orders <
I very season when opposite eicrombe's plantation, 0 or 1 j out mui j usn tne x ar to any part where
'
msu1; fircM'Je JcpvavleJ on his individual i:i I rcliretlitit Ills army from the n-nimi, .mil vttlun- I () quarters, is. the period 4if the year \\ lien the miles beloxv Columbus, was fired upon from a I an enemy can be found. This is the man who is I

f -.-Yet after :iH! tins has been acconij; >!i.-hed, I' taiilv i abandoned i that garrison to its fh:c.f. I I Indians operate to most advantage. The close I thicket, rn the bank, by about forty Indians, as j I II now needed, and the pubic voice must sustain

\tar t.J: aiiout 4> a j/ol/e/ roopfratioll-\rl 2. That Major: 1 READ'S- instructions !prohibited} I of campaign is tle commencement of theirs I was tiup 'Jsed" The[ first fire the pilot. Mr. Brock- !. him. Every thing is now to be gained by active ,
our
:1tJeilile: ; : uf MiuJle: Fltirida expected to co-opc- his penetrating I i I the Withlacoochee, which 1 prohibition and flushed as they are xvith the unparalleledsuccess xvay, waG killed ; one of the crrxv was severely, |I operations ; and thousand* of lives and millions of ;
he sacrificed bv !
balls treasure to folloxving recent
nupj.o-eJ to be mortally) xvounded( by thro'jthe I up our _
'JltWI111 {1t ller4tl coTTal It. Augustine.hfJiall! ;prevented I his rcit'vi! Ug I tiie: garrison: in the ,i I that have attended them throughout I, who (" hod;. and both arms, and another had his leg I I experience in Florida

I i .fv retire: wiihiii that Fortress, raise the draxviy i block hou.se from ihrir danvierous: situniion.As ; shall! undertake to set l bounds to I their da ring or bidlv: sh-'tieredThe! boat was run upon a sand We wish particularly to impres this fact-that of

I 'J! ; and Quiel! cal their orlIge,1: siji tlnirrdre i the order to t'lthJajqr: i M'Li.Mor.E and : extent 01! 1 their r.peratioi: I t 's-unchecked as they I liar hear the e-istern bank-xvhen the Capt., crew theIr is general-that v hatexer is to be done, I

!'h'todein .Ie >hin sea-hrtvx.e : or shall KKAU. 4l. not xvj'Taut! tin-I abnvtlh 1 I I i' editor t of xvill! be bv the presence of :'iiv etliriual I opposing; i I a l hdy and! several; I other jJ:1S"'l'1111crYlom:' : should he undertaken with the least possible delay.

: e., 'dUP thtru..dws Ujl :1 t Fort I)ran ic 'vitii I i t het tin I Fliiri4li.ui (:111 state 1'1'11111,1:11! bin.rsMithoiityhe I (.lIce \. \.1 bel xvill. undertake 1 1.1oa.: :. thut: tin} St.John's I" wen' '.\-o'IIHI.-.I) escaped to the shore! and came ,I II From the late hour of o ir return from Columbus / I I
r/e have been compel to make ftiese
titndrej men there, without i d.iriniT I to venti.icaVfliot I Instlfrned Jh? ill miormation :f.ii-ifrnl: i : xvi'l' not be SWl'pl lo its mouth-that .\- 1 up to ton. A :> irly of about n rty, immejiliatej remarks somewhat up
t I ; j !Iv sta:rc.i 'lor: the boa't. Major .1 oLi H.I Watson very hastily-pr.Vobly imperfect -
) dtta: ice fiuin i its I hatileniLtitsf; i Tinis \ I in th I .' V'S'I h':!'> IHnll'r! of i thi I I'I."ni I lian, I lhe I Jachut; and! C'tlIllJi'l'iil not I lie coverrd xviibj I ;i :;:,1 otie, i-h': .r man I) brini advance, arrived I lucre, j' in the details, but corr :ct as to the f facts.AProlNTMENTS f

t t '"t i struck with li.jrror at I theepiihet, ''co--! :, t-.rtiif! fii.-llx-r t.1iehat, it .i is noxv a-i-cit-iin-1.: j ruins, and! its habitants shut uj!> in c.tliied; postsvlicre 1 :Jiitmd! im ;Ind--ns. and' the! boat untouched, 1tit'm.t'V by | f

f iKitdintlidttttire.Had? we omitted: it and "Ii,::' (jVucral I'C'.1'T% army: 1'.1.1 j! withm: fifte-: ': -\ the supples: bcitig cut oil: they xvill! starve 1 !: xvcnt 0:1: board wheie the_ found( tv\ .' j, BY "IIE PRESIDENT

: 'a.,rd il.c! fjcts! it \vttull I I have: bcellJt"| ; ..bJ: I.. ni [it'S 1)1' C\MI-M'l.EMor.r, on the \\ilhlaroo-! ; ) ..comfort and shelter be mi; xxa'itirir; tey! xvtll; tlie I ,! wo mdt'.! Ol' the others xve ean say nothing to Uy uu ot thorn their number xvere of officers for the Tcrritn-yoJ# IWisconsin.l' .
I\!'rt' Had slated) ti.al the : olo.'L"t'"n 5 5ct I1l1t'ja.!, from Jis, nnrt-li iof I bled and X' i'l the em.of! .r.n't -as i
: Hl'rs.- we CuIIi: ;) 1 4Utofii an, won- pi-sulenee; -en Jin i d.spiiiteil 1 they ; kilhd
f"IIr
tiltur I be G
to
icil/mul
I \\t-I: tll.h';.! diiiMiu-hed; being : : lodge vernor.
t t .1 ciuvej-tint a whole: Tejriii'eut' oft re ;l.irwjiaj ', 1.. ;.il'.ul: rdi.'I t: !J tlu editor 4if the Flondian.stale ; :' 1111;; before some ,.iitce..nil atcldof ihis, tnemy, or I,oun'4-11---very t llxv of! them rriveil at the boat I John S. I Horner to be Secretary.

' ': Lver. H-il: away tiiiuTf. :'iry. in t tjcl'liiearniv xvi i.JI t lorc('" or xvii: : elf SCOTT'S army. saviUiJ : ,'and I In swept I ml'Mnic I common gr-ive--that I, I the -.iiut \\ :itii tti"":* i.d evaporated to live or six j jliie I Charles Dunn, to be ( hicf Justice.Win. .

.I ." was sraveliing: l-:.r its hef./lth-lt'dt : uf'f'! ih* C'Miniaid: of'> Major: Ki\r-, xvas nl ..ixx'annee cro-sed by :i iriumtihnig t'IU'II'111. ; w..u'dt"t're! I braugb; on sLmt! and! kit11 ] C. Fra/ier; to bi Associate Jud"'e.

I ,'.Militia': luJ. :il 1: beQtj tli"charl'd--tlJ: t the fnm- ;' : HV fine tuthiu '-:"'\ fig distance I if I the blurlhouse -I I Ilut llo\v red xxitii the blood! of its ni-ig! ..b 'uriig: tinw.'o's! h," t.; xii ; they; not. having!;: i 11.! .' means ,: \\ W. ( npmall, to I bj: Attorney:

:. ivas at the nIC'ICclf savages, xvho span flU Uic Wilhlacimeliee.:: TIll' latter i as :Mi.Wn.o i I hllllhililIlH-am! the CUM ol' IUl'r.u. : 11 liieEisl ..1 I ti.-miTMir' ti.f/ "i'i i\!tj "" individuals u atM.n ('.IIn(' up ,I:! j Fianeis GI'hOll.; to he Marshal.MAlllJVJb ). -
twi-lve ;i.rrninj.i
.
"r1
: o.-r.III1--Il'III.r t
., t er age nor sex-that forty. '2'fI' Jonf, I J, > IIIS previously intormed us, xvas :1 I !the shnil; Itt\: dr.ii'icd I'I' j'I" -f'II I.tll"IILI'lIi-.11 !, in-d hiiii: to th" \ irii.v;: ol the 1111.11111'11 l ti'. :aftish i -- I

'''uiiJirnt:.,s, U>Je
.n.;rr-iial; Aidchua: h.id: }b I
".. IItiJII"lIt, ,: murder aul a!M.tsina.ia : may, avert the (111'i'rt'I'l'lid 1 and! al day, hjht! : bivuirh up lhe \tlIntiulIl'lI.! .'\e: !,I IIIll'lIl1l,11 I.i POUT OF sr] MA UK S. I

!' "flt rik tile ,'enI'l'a: rt of the Territory tin- piri1] of li Li'' tn>lr4jctinns oiven ; I ilu- girriM xvhicii exlend I the.l..dn.1'11 I bi-y.'!iil x',hat I, i in a I I llic.se pariieul.ir.-l I ihat I brave meir may: I rrur.l.--m-lir. Ll.olil.utVallington, 12 days J"

Ji Il.JU13t (.,em-ral SCOIT* was ctbj xxaitintr lor; endofetl 4ii ;invfsted! in the I hli-rk liou,'e, xvould} I I simple: :letter 1 ( .itI iinl-'ld.: Bill xx I' li-ive aircaily! hivithen collided due.I} a number On! Monday of Ins ins nci)rtiiiig
t r ;H L L AIJlltilJt'"c .t.h.cl I M4H4vd ind the CUillIlr"III'ral:.V, of xvh.il i i. to i'oue; Four men h.ive turn vev. atlo.il I-com : T' J I JCK.-All persons liivuiij any dcnand a.uiist i
huid have !):av 't.'u ; I a taste country, xvenl to I lhe boat: and! got I if; | 1. :. Jcrvfiiiah Drew, i eccased of Jcllerstn C'y .:
-too.q tin II III il.i j iu ,. iI1l4r. .;; ed f fi4im I the vt r.ixv.4.ss1 \ !: and txvu xv.Kindol in :itu':m.iiiM-r: lo :'. JilllliI and l'il .t to d.) I thtir I duliC-.s,
'10 ill, .ana xvlut no one \\'i-\\ Ji It\c ;jj SWIIOM ; 1 killed ) jil lit LI I iic I-I.illt''r j.mil j. ::| rnnier in th" same, duly \llt:ted to the sdminis1 .

t ill' .. niiiJ h'I'ilJ) tu ,1..1Jllt1/ \\ care noi I by what a ; ,; iu 1 Hindi'V 1.11Lt on I the For it ..Mu.itioj. hi :J ni-ijili"U; : m: :.ihti-: : ; bioii-it; it up; xvilhoul! having sustained any ;I.I r .'trtati, all persons any ways indebted to said t ,t.

t'tC.ar'lJrJs: tJC! d.arlctcr' of tue master s-irit: t.4ci!l'oi"J i ; aod indivi.Juil: i ic'scual from the j lion lin 1'1'II\'i'l"tlo.-1''ifnT.d; 1 I IK\A.\W./ i t-gnM> I'J'V-! took bout I Iu tt.ilesai.vf -! !: Ul'C'f'l.J1:1.J: : make' payment to\CUAEL the subscribew PI- .EV.k.r' I I-

'; nave xvincti tin- .-vil.di-ji' --ed have taken .:1 i III. 1'11I1.(111.)11'! luj Oi Fn.l.iy :> .xVirinHi [>iare --- ,
1 bn'lJ wilt hiS 1'rud'JC *- \ iiinuin--4 I rt-j.roadi ; were pit-vioiis ot t about 30 : :
t'IJ'J'l' : (_ Iltilil tillS, lid \'. t1 ll a party I i I'Jh.; -Six muntliD .I .cr tItLe we vriirpply to .
(to. ";rDiUetl, a state of things MI ilis.iNier4i!j js, ar.ti 1 L twstnn'J 4i ii ih.-m. It ')- very f.u: frt the inien j POT'pbrl' .attacked I li' overseer killed-:: hiv! neirrots xvmufiiiniiriiidftl by Win- Iivis, K
\ !'ZrlCl'lul tel the and] teu.1.c.!: 1 1.iitotljs t...n of the writer of this ariir.V : to t-v n iiisinu.I t talcll-aI1J! xi'hen! bO( men, l legui.irs, and a bout u(/I Indians. One Indian xvakilled, and se lisdiarge from the e>tale ot iuiipson Wilsnr der'd., ,

nt army ( f-ir not having; rei'Kudthi i in snit and! ocrI xvounded. No loss on the part of thoxviiiits. late nf said county. M IA I ARET \VIL: -ON,
I RE\D lew brave viilunltvrs went tui : veralere
tin Major l
ct that our army, xvhiHi] i< p iJ! to de- ale a cvoxirr ; : 126rn LEV \\1 LSON.W1V .
_
I 1 d the the \\ ii lila(4111C1 cc, of the liulians driving oil c.tlle-IIIl': .
invested 01 i I! took teven : II if-
Country j
: i is permitted
to make: nunmirxvattring paity Mond.i' about 2 o'clook the mail, and a- DKUG :5TURE.- The subscriber espitfully +
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;, Ui !
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4 Pt ; fie xv'-th: his command( near the postaud.mthat ''seven dared to nnke battle xviih bO() xvhile,-and' 1. informs the that he has ned in ,
xvnik
public
:H xvis driV.T or
places Jll'cau"c: tiitn .1Jl. ., I 4 including -
.' ,I. .. I, '" I n ;.ti.ei I Siu: "'. COil taiii II r persons S
the editor ti u .in' ollc-wowded lour-hilled horses am: ; the city of Tallahassee, next door to thc post ace, a
J"llIti..1'IJlll as : killeil!
1 lUtle warn ? Arc such to be thi.!i. ,..i (': : ( |' ,>:! their way from Montgomery) were 3t-1 drug store in which be will k ae'nerdlas >rtmr nt

"hOUT\ whIle the frontier i is bl.vdin.r: ut v, J }
)"e? i I ha//.anl but 1 for I the prohiI. !, of what xve ar' to expect ]! l.i.s. Ll'alit' place the other Stage was : this
and are We tu !be branded ; ,;.,- .dlli'! it! t. cry not here specimen and all the isual! variety of u 'tides that belcr to .
xviih tlllHJi\ ,.. 1
i < .
't -i- ,,. & '
: it' ? ;, ., a i I. -* ti ajijcr; speed, I II '
t.rbuj him to .'. 11.i.imf thedariniof I these savage1so I0p Thc will .
a shop br- carried
foil's orders limiting from 01 bJr.. LEWIS
.
who isa
Z w pleasant an ? .I.11I1; I !, 010,11, ; out.u-.t will I II
nrraniremrnl
I
"Truth"' has, ,. -' I 4)1) ihe I mouth I I i of the liver, truth and clostlv upon tl.e:. heel of out campngn-xvhic.I .I \\.e t ;. .ItJ lrom: tl r'I! I well educated and cxperienc ed'dru isf-ai J all or
!
misquoted 1101'.tIl'.1 T41 f-l.ul: I mountcd-sume ders and prescriptions will be most I
f iollov my hiariiessalIuJ faithfully attended
xvhat
cd.unel I ihat the order coui : awaken us to may nllIlluf their
to should : \\'Il
.lon us ,
truth 4-ompels say
\ : to.
5
hc
EAIt if bad k'lOlrll of the eziccC 'd' l'1 11tll1ilt: nil arriVing within
: i Major RKAD i ij : I inu>t dll It lWt). The two druverS, N. B.
and that All
lepod i is :: drugs Sac. ited .
on the intMacoorJtce tllI1l..11111 such prohibiti.m, paper 00. : fired Oil, when warra to be gtmii ./.
niM! !his !! It'it. again r-
w have: cut s--cak, ( III'! Coluiiu5us were .
r | >.V through tails !j \vas 4lirenvd to ascend tile I i-ver and penetrate ttl arc about lcaviriir- here, and several I I ur t; UII ahamlol1e their horses and took 42 J. El >WINSTEWy &1'. iDUR1ING
rdid'.It all l hz th and tin- the wad
i thc1l'1 ,
zza I ;, I loMul I I it ntftsto -
t.1erprize far: as it xvas prudent to do so, 'l'iie mail I! contractor I 1 have already: t ill in ralety during the my absence iron the trrritnryvsOSD: : 1
I the inlerinr, IS came ,
'" Winch' 'lie ci.rxvj. is : to a s ': ev ASWlll
'' IUIW a proof : e.corl, :1J there are ti'rcllOlIlII act as my legally a aliorizc.latiornpy. -
iid.
S'.hcir ttay -
Ibt I his CiIIlilIIl f for a regular Tu
of horses.--Oll "
j iSie applv
hi///.arding safety 1 :
we
erMu-idthe of ius without : S:1ry the roads iii.rtl. -; I 42Sw FARQ.MAC AE.
gencrou> bravery adn'ul.HC ol then reported
left I in this ill the case olM t fcvv ) xvho are xv.llmg. to I ; had come in, and one "'
i as 1IIH.rl' "B
Laracler "ill any one bditve that (Irm; ;.1!lOT The operation: I xvas persons three or ii.lur others had Csca'I UiiiNh.W ) JRI\-Thcad Lady .
olnlemIlleL'lnv : l"J"r'l'I. : tollE It) the judirmettland! discretionof .in this part of the Country. I that he knew that nothin furderij JL Washington! will sail for tlr above ,
but I .
: :
; further results from thai wilh him
(I is sad-di tJ the cii. here TmlI >assa
lId uI1icer one I -e
tdit ,
; l1lu; lug ; j Kvery IIIClrniur \
ou, nwn a rt'clllluuisaucc) of the rivir, the.I rospiTtive ci uui I i ; I\IIIIWU or them. On TuesJay mull i apply to Patrick J .'err, in Taliaha ;see, or i ito
"lie CJiition I i better limes* liS (
D in abundant) -1 t for other friendly
"is both instances however, : pray twdve '
,
.".-- recoll."ctec1llat! not two hundn cfiectaea ill I ......!......11enjoining -- I Brown atid ten. or ,1' L. .,...,.r't. tlt .T(, filth rvwcrc Su-aim, Llovd & Co. at Marks.. 22w "
ijre both inu oner 01 it" -- a I
them as young induced uv an f
xverc under his command ? We have ) upon FROM THE MACOHCrttk N.SSEic1'" I About noon they rclurnd T1HLsuiscriber.ure LZI5C who wish t- make !J I

I Ae\'tr slaled that tlte blockhouse was ordered to soMiersfthc: I prudence) which I they are supposed I J 'ar.-I In Jilt last xve ammunccd I ihat a I,,111 procure the 13ils. and reported tI'tthey JL purchases in his line, that they are mostly of the !
and whenever she orders to Creek nation : with a number packages latest fashions and importatiot s, and laid in the r
tnlintailled arfrbur'nt
) hv General 0411 often to respect ; broken out with the purleudiu" captured; p at "2
SCoTT lau< that, it wis i \Viir had: iouna thc first mail stages north at low prices.
r.ilbri commanders are published, as published disasicmus c.insequcnces. Al- driver Uree, very ii I
d the ot the
for Protection of provisions I for his, these I t WI) the most of the and under it the body 42 R. HALSEY.
DV, ta.itV ,-will they will be found to have been dictated we gave no flattering view pros- bodies by the other stages.Vhi, i iCPIS.B. All indcLted
"
lus Knowledge and approbation and! ihey thouhl than realized and three dead persons to him, or the late i
at .l. and regard lor the anticipations have been mere of the mail, they we: firm of H. A. Pierson & Co.
Ule garrison with I more prudence our up the contents ai e hereby earnestly so. .
: had been abandoned to its faic the results of the last vekHaving gathering Indians and made the licited to wake immediate settl
II iheM-cspective detachments (ordered, on by by the hostile ment of their obligations :
much of discover
as Ice JMK fl(\ measures to relieve it, safely been near the spot for several days, we can vouch to him or to James Alcxa ider Berthelot, Esqr.

tausin|J a Iwrl'on uf w to to I what was conjectured possibly! hazzardous service (for the correctness of most of the statements. : escape immediately.3 large party and about twe, hia attorney. All notes and ac aunts not jet due by
that army penetrate tile. afterllftOD,
In
point. ) than even the over cautious; might sanction. The work of destruction is going forward with started again (for the same purpose, fro agreement, a liberal discount will! bs made for the
With distinction have (fallen in ty whites cash1 R. H. ,
.
emulous of they
man
rtg3rd to the plan ofoperilions'the campaign afld Young and gallant -tidier*, fearful rapidity. Every with dif-. "' have not heard. D HNI: l'RATOR'S NO l'ICE.-AU_
escaped at t
victim enacted
of I wiloften har/.ard. the safely of their commands xviih, have been their or 'Host fearlil tragedy has been A persons
fIl1fe conducting the complete i The number killed is not fully known, Chattahoochee .bo having claims against the < state of Samuel Wiles!
would viC the
which what experienced general ficulty. of Roanoak, on > deceased late of .
resulted, is proof enough of its misan1babagtlO beyond an he less than lorty-anJ probably ma- within the hm tsGeonna. Hillsborough 'ixmnty, in this terriuv.ry
it cannot Columbus
but miles below are hereby to nt them duly aathen.
assumed responsibility, 35 required press
if an what has transpiredin t
nt.1t is sanctionbut on know ,
a fi"bject cf ridicule, even to ny more, as we do not On Sunday morning, at day light ticated within the time prescribi d by law, or they will -

ii tn'n|8C8 who compare our soldiers to (!fj7Jj.II with even: the sanction of their folloxvers a chival- places remote from Columbus, and particular with- placed attacked, it is supposed by three or f be forever barred, those indebte I to said estate are re. _

II aCCount of their slow nu\'emcnt.-Dut ric subaltern does not risque, is it just to hold the on the Alabama frontier. The inhabitants all hundred Indians. 15 men were killed and twe quested ;o make immediate pay neat to _

IS the affair of the General l Goveinment.-It general responsible for the consequences ; which in the former limits of the Creek small nation sections, have where wounded. The place wa* stormed and burnt 42e HALEY; 4
in
be some
t tl of :lie cautioned against ; or is it Christian fled, unless it may
our frontier, of which} we ]haVe :forsceing,


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f Til E FLORlDlAiN. LEGAL ADVERTISEDENTS. LEGAL. ADVERTfSEMENTS. I lIE itot previilcut and AND CON


I : ,, : PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORMNG AT TILL be sold, on Tin sJay tt! 11 d.i j ot June j ::7"iV: ; .1C.t'; ron eliasers of lo's, m the North adix ONS ,dlv dent ae to trej ciihjzed. the society.....

; .. 2'\Mtf dollars! in advance or Five in sinwnih f next, within the 1ez al lioursi(4 f 3t: inLanu j ic".i!: : .o t the City; of 'jtlttta -Ce. The suWrib- a shig I Lot neglected cold lean
1"S
county, at tlie Coxvj-cns, Knoxvn a? HscVs C.s .t. i ;, !i r hint i:. -; '>' i'fl a.-pointed, by the Jr. tee of the Middle that o ,e Iiultdretj a ri By

: ;. Js') 'uncr illl*'lUcoiiui'.utd unites althc option ot .\herc llc-t-'s; Coletr.aii now lives, the stork i-f C itbclonsii : \- V'j.ivt U" Florid1! Trustee for ihe! Commissioner of ly .rib. thousand
consumptioo.
I i ;t ., ihc Kditor, bcl\rc arrearages arc jiuid. pto tne estate of Abmr liicl I sd ie '.,' d, MI.-; ] tl.f! City U' Tallahassee: i in; the p.uvor!: Joh.i Y. Ga- may I e attnhoted to 1ot of tlzes

Adurticmcnlsillbc conspicuously inserted C* posed to be near a thousand in-.d. 'i itt y xvul i .- > -U ;, n.y deer as-c.l, herom.lilies! all x, 1 ora il may concern KOBEKT J. IIACKLEY treat* enl Of tlit, harraaing common cold,

I .::::, yntv.ice'itspcrspiarcfor the first iiiscrti >n, amiSfy i ii: lots to suit pi!rcht: I s. Tenr.sof s. lo ma.u.i! XMJ ; .,, c rac !fcixxarti and pay ihe balances: vet due, un the -wltih: i, nuahIy|| cough tht
9t' ihe tLiV. Tne aalc tn contii.u- I tn 4 iy i : ..;'s ; ;i-= 1 1U |.a\ii: i* l-aa.-'CS! reii\iin j in the -ide, ad at |lust
cents for each sustii'nt contir.u.incc. All ad- until u'.l 4 : are. MiJ.! K. W. iJl \ l Au, r. j unr.i.- ; : !, on th!i? :irst cf June IKX' iv.il l lie advtrtis'-! SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays.: repeat -d Asthmatic Ukerdted ii3 Lp

: ; ietis neut. vail be continued until forbid or uihci- K-,l c M.irch *>("" J** <*>. ** t ic ur.iicr the attack. ala, bringo
-- < > j MtLJr"Tl.e r--- deeds! of trust, u."i.cord in iiu! clerk! Tallahassee, October il 1, Ys5 I i-tf sy m. One or two doll

I .. i' i% iirticred. :: : toiuh-M-.i lUvi.tiVr, Columlms .vi.r.: inrl p tI i'r.c! I of tl.e c Mii'v-vourt of Lci-n t" :tt: V. <"1 Efuri c hiae if arsezp

i: : Thtk.ll. pntie on all letters an-1 niujkatUms to .ttsd l Tallah.ii'-i'loriiiun, will picaso( insert tlu- .. .vc ', ilintil : iivm ,M.f LL.t anc. TilU. B.tO VTN.t JAMES: JOHNSON BIKUE- I DUMFRIES REMEDY

the day f sj.c. 1-. P. -: : f. 1 *- >:li.' --.t FOR THP
:'l : 21t Ei1urttt be jiaid4urtlicy wiil ot ixc..v atu-j. DP AND TAILOR The I rronrietor bc-s leave to

z ;' 1 oriClTU sul'i-rlbers haxiu- ju ;'" : .-. -i:; ,>: .L KuAlJ i hUE.- I'hct"C<\i ; rs in 'i1LL.iI.ISSEE FL.1 docs xv tl.tU fullest confidence recommd

,4 i'.. i _1. ;i aiiiinni-tr.U'Vson tin' e= tie us" iVlau J.T.J..NiJ i --i .-; a.hhassio ilail lie ul, arc hoehy iu>ticd: : able re iiedtcn known for this ) ofle of ibe "

: ----. s i'iiu: dfc.-aM\l, Kite of >c w-t 'r'.x i3. t .ve r-.i. -, ]...- !.!! I iti .* pay.nci.l j of U per' icnt: : i* riq'iir- < \ t- lie made (Next (1u ( ,Vcrtiz ofF. TozrteJicdcr, inMoni-i>e it.) compl* int. Withoutgoing irto trb1e '*1..

!:. |.< r>uir.dei t '! t" said t;>v.t<', ta c,>: c fujvv.i: .ly .uJ i f.i.'tiixvitii, on each share ol" .*- ...* k, is: I., u 4':" I 17 per W would jiectfully inform his friends and :hc n oudi to say, hi; has in his posje/s detail h

N ';* pcvoN; CElY. ]1.t the sno: and th-ise s. ,. > l IK": i' e'.ai .s zt/;.t i-t.; >-. ... |i iL o-vlit :.-s lurt U.foici.idir< ii. 1y inhere!* tin irei iJi liL'w public, that he has just j returned fn-m t tii N"rtli d oubteh> %limouialt that it has
4 c-1: ] C !ttv* 21I.1: t : ( 'k u.tier zlu' t'ttc ,' ..iI! L'lrcoi-jrs; ul i.xi.' C Tu'I itit a new ad splendid assortment of ( (JOUrf in more
L.. ;.iv ntjiirsuvl to prtsciit :i.ii in Li! u iiiu-: |p. .iscinNd > ici( imy. :: -ce, | s sered the purport for nhich itj is
)( 1 ._ .: L linn of iVa'-liy Z- Mr: for .i.-' j urle f <-s10 1 by law, cther.MSo tli.s ''.-lut x\li;| b- ; ]. ...t J m; M.iv, I .i.J. CilAlLi.S .AU: i'irix \, I his: line. Feeling ;lauful: for the lbcr.I: sI.trc |>atrona I other! pipuiar medicine, i ec1dd,

; : :.. Lg4h tl; ntii- : -.wtft; 'L M>'rk.% ar. ; A1. : 11Z4I liar ol'rcioxcjy.. W.M.uiv.: tu: >, I 4'% > ';-t-r.-ri T. Li.i. C. u heretofore extended to him, 1 l.e hopes by s.rict l'Ii.rerncdyi in perfectly
&' 'l'h it. I innocent
Jrdrjj.Ofl H.li'ib i.t..e
j. : -i t: merii it,
attention
j..i. Nixux.; to a continuance of the sane.JLr all
to rmidilbns
S.. ,flinudiiJ113. 1 k'.s at i It'tifl'V. in Uie huptnor Coriir: tlieC.tilIyofLLOi! : age and aexes.
;, : :. ;rq4ivi:::; izIzi J".Tw4v ly ut iiJ.e atid t4i H, l.sdcu :MiJ.'> Fi': : !*' t. AM, : .' 5, :.7y-v j jlUtinihins d!!<; l>i li'ict of Ftn d.t. >:e und general assortment eZ i' ilcscrip ion of the complaint, Ac.: accom Fall

: g coizshIiii 1 L; .: / pncLit, xvhicb con. istJ of
% ti y 1)1vdcC tCt4t %' jt. stz attitn ( .Yoti'jc.1\ 1t 1 : j ; 1 two boxes Oi **i

.. : fls % ji ittk tiCU! to A lib r..l :-1iU'c i f .L.Uvt } Complainant., [Cine, black! mixed, green, bottle: di-, in' iLIe! ami KL-ctuarv.: 1'rice, $1 I for the whole, or ?* *
d.c 1
4 from ;Si' Merchant*, aaii Via" rsof !. Ttwei 11 it":!? 4 J-'' roonM j ar.tr shall exii.blt tthe jn !_e .r t.> .i .o-.iu-1-n* v. A ... riv-<. >v 11 I.v.\l| >'. \ drake neck do. London and.i.( : .!. :i Hmwn, I'.nub! but one ?I f Mie artic'e' Iii Wdiited. tti t
.. : >; :li l <-OH .iy; L'.1t '.- 'l r the"M : -y l'C4 d-Jcu i j 1
: i'lK'nii* counties f Ox ur ia. Tli 'Vlotcu. I T$): tS t4i VttLl1t ( >, !..- -tKir.ii.tn. /3K.ry A'.a Lc, :y j i /Vi'iii'-l su1 p o.io. axar !i-.I in this cte, nit hiving AdalaJe! muI'-Jtrry: concealed v: >!et, and I vit< ir.c IF MiUY 1>'OK HlTfuJMAxJsjprrnHI. -

lie bi.d low for eah 3quthc. A si'u' v vtl.; ltj ;. v tor a di charr1. ,1 1 j j _tL e< !" -"'" l <*i! tin tie! d.-f.-iiil..i,::<, \Vii.n.iV.i!'! [ Ucjc.: Drab anJ brow lVter>ham, lor over c< its.CASS1MF.U.S. I excruciating pain-

1: IG ott 43t4td a ions..a upiA' tf iice a.id .feurui1itie T hj.Ul.s, Jan. .; J.I Vii-.vt.r Sarah V.okcrJoi.n! 1'. Ji. ihedeerepitod, A
; : M 1t W : i.stt Jt :E ;,i.C\14L. : m ly. am" the premature old ***
.f Go'x &d ('f j j.>sxal, aiul its: tarii. to t'no .ui fiteiiiin of ihe Coaled buckskin u-ual age, xjfcieii *
ap ; diagival, checked and piir.L.l, of at un Jants uf the disorder, are *
,. :.. ; : tct pt ::4 I dttUs z&d .& n* e.nsr. tli.u they aic% la.l inh d.itants! i: o!' t ihi'i->: .'ct, the nehe-t c.lor.GUt' from de ;|.,nr of n cure, nr d fnfTertJ l ?

'i.:, 4 ; re.iy to iitest i. ctit. T1it i ;7? I IX piontlas affr t'ut' <- ..;.!.!;<-ation will be' K'C! ttiill -: .!m: iuc in tia- L -.it tlau->, the > .:il Vv'ul'.iHiViI: IIAIll CAMDLCTS of various colors, cyot'th ? iiunier.jus pretended appuintmentiirt antido( ,!.
3* 'il.N HLAlll p i
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Yk'U.MANUr.Ft.Marl. .4tuUy, t.r 1e tt-r.; 01 DiSUai4'ZY *411 *L tai o!l' &. ..- ;la, a.t: Ji hit 1' Dux-il in .lie >ia:<; of t i-.en-: VESTING DEL .Elili'S i CELEBRATED

# .-*. .Tin.JH-li 1 1't f_ I J;tts 1.ri.ier dees 1 I te it s..d j i.-. ..y. I It JSn: !& .'ed, that! lit.: jaiJ d fund.ts tloaptulanvir i'ciof LLNLM1
v. Splendid English figured bilk, figured& *ilkV Ivef even in ; longstanding, and of
:. ; COTTON oLfrk'n' \ ] {,:lH\iUV: ( : f !I -\ tlie: euuij !.-. :;; :ac.-. r..i.r' to la.v". cloth I Velvet, ti nieit and painful Cha'c m '- 'I char left r. have receivedcertain relief -t
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t : tLc itt>iquality, ithcr ( *:isi >te< 1 or lrui; > *- J" .- : m .ls.e.!.: i (1. lilt', Cjs. iit es, tf &ii1ler IL t' !-. ,. -riilli-ults: areiutheposieMior. of v/
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41 4. c* % v.ditlu well to <*,tii u2 tvir a.veuts, vi;:. C, C. t uf Jin'o-uuuv C"ti;! 41' 1.!! (- 4.t't.4!! ; 1 L: n,:>.ya<' u t .. 8 _.. \\tt.t :, 1... :a .', -... .< A.- Iais, < iim Kas.lii! : JSusp ndurs, Iir.n a i d bu l; !vi.i t.tZ1It Oi this o.xirful LIMJIENT.: iacuei tM C

i&. \Viiiauis.! l.e* M county: I). Yiiiiiis X Co, .U-i.rrs>m'' f ,1$tulunch rs'ii.i, a':1Y; fr a !I.e.l!, 'i !iirna.s ChI .VS I1friulatll silk: Ilms, hal'iln. I.uir> unoi tli I ,t'r ar.a roved applications bad utterly failed.
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1 j.L as ta |**ie<*. 4julr v, & I-: .*"- !:,s ai ...<-p :uUrvof t Lie
4 4 Allx 4ULi! > CAMi'LL. t t *4!) .' ._. : ..d hi ul.r :n et- t r* t Ill iccerit sore eyes. thetlfectiscnorfnlw
l'i I 'i nn( T or Fi.oi.ju.1.. ; 11KADY MADE CLO'l'IIINC. | ry.-UI ere ihe complaint kis been of
e ; 2t1. .I.ILZE.Citty jearsitas
K : : (rutlsden; County: Court, March Sth>, IS'JG. to take nut tee, thni en the I I3lh .lay of June I I TVi's) a.I: tVotl. eniitb i l\k.. lo-ii! -, figures! anil I .mil in s me exceeding bad! c-seulhe: most nneiMcj

$ b :. 5.r;. nlat.i silk xu-U: c: veil nl a, e l L.,il. a.k: -.i.i., .in.i .'. .!!Ri! disi.i-l! f relief IW.H btcrt fonml in the
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Nixon '
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1 $ t.t iii'I. for \ if uf I over tut- pronounce itlhebertpj
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1.: i' ; IL I i Li **ny < i' Yft.l.v* i-< al'U, rc- ; j jj ui '' of l.tj-J: 1 k.i iiL.! !. : ? Ils: cl'tis V.ri 1ltIrti! j t! IIi t \'Tlirn vt J -SIrIlLt No<: are genuine unless dinned on tbev out
j ,. ?.-. l.cfe'di.its reside .u! t pi-n 4. :.,. td iw !*4iiu, a s< :. '/ II' j tiit-'ir: esde4ee i is utiiciinv.n to Coni, ;..i:. .< : /* / ;l..u.ib.r j : .'." fuel 4IL c. rli > tie 'I '..IT.UrtHF .'aid rca.l': i ami !he xv ill warrant !lln t m t< l t.i. q.<.,{ ,u any, ed rapt er.bjr the nle ropiietor. T. Kibc
.4. v ] tK Talki'-.N-i-e j b.-uJi: : to this market: he v. i ill 1 : |:,o uanai.r il.; ; ;., I ,iioinedia t y Miccw.or to the lati Dr. \V. T. Ciwij
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: ua; t >? :. .1-A-.u :lit'i.- i.'i-i-t iimil.au'y: : -.11 lli,; I Counting 'H>moxer No 99-Cm
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L 4 ,i. Ct',. l. : : i thisC i u cr I Itfav; the frl ilavof ijptir iic-t: *i' ..., ; 11!' f. ii ivad:!, a:1.: tlial: the pu--jivItiu td! ibr. cir uf' of the pj. ki-t fioiii Livi ip.l ol, :H.-t'-tni- ilr. niy! \ I .treet, xi'' I ir Concert Hall, Botun. and alwbjhiispt,.

o -Ait'i- tinsc Mud .'tio-aJaj -f July 1-.G, at :JJC ' DrM it
F : inenl tsI ; ic-. ofvorltiiji t -ui.il I.., -. .I ualc X.: BARNARD Jr.
TTc:1-,7--: v.-j.t ciuid. I u p t Co.
i Itrin-'V, CdsU :i coim.y, ai.d : !cau, .in-...e., o." i < Uy i.iili r t a f Lie l' t : !t:1t: : i.J i>i-l v.ork in llif l ;
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;.-'t !i lu.."Jits i.< >.<-Ryi iviiii farirfjn < <'rJr :si: ar1 l--!:: t.-u--- tour i.oitlis in i s .i.*; tic t.aj.r | :4.:'. .L t : i-ta-y.: AND2uiCo.itice 4

4. tiC .i Jh till. U J v'U. \j; ii* *l-.i. in i li.i-; .J.i'.i 1 't. iA T- -r-.z-- r -.z-- ,J. J. Pitti.

': >t. Mark).. \ ;::4r1 i ;!i l *-"< Ij'C uj true copy f.-nm tie Minu'c?, Ma ci! Sh: l 1J. .t't' I. ., I I-; 4 o\ ; cor the
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I/ ,fy 1> J t ---4 I : : e .J. e l 1 t ( ( l( tt eLiteS ou he pnblir-he has determined
: .. jt> UJS-JS'3 j1I : 1.iIZ fl *Lt (11Cl.1i..y ys after tie, I ; .J ;'l.e :. t1i.t. f, 0 10 eoaSJe i lie
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.4 : i: i's iSJ arbricli I stunm' the npjr j j i..r! 44 tic: -L V t1* til.- h.tituU.U.: -, illjlld_ Mrf ll. :' (1 i' !' I 1. : Ui' ; FLOU1D-V, ext In.-ivcly to agents in ditTerenieiHitry peroirg
1' r 2_ fr .. ,.. .. "ptt'.ilt t vl. u. L14L : t ont whom ':Zue the( (
; genuine articles
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Eti.Ut :.: dc .( trtradt-, -u.ii ia!ci.i; ; i<* t'arnii 1 l"t r;in. scvviJ'vin: : ill" , tiiat lie l.ii ju-si I let ;i trrf: from if n more etFeclually ainsitheiu-
: ; unauthorised
: 1t 8t t)1 > ; : 'I\ -, Juii'' ill1' to tkc 4->talc o. .Jher i .'.I C..11: "' Cuvj r, hy ti. : .itur, v : IL: i.zrr t t ;Viif 1'tr.t, \ ith a t.ew a.ji I'-iniiii a .. '.'l .< .it i of t iiii( si.Is llostun venders ; he has instrKtrf
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: t4- i .opxt l!.. :u a i .Ul, as ijitjy iU c J.'lciuii: ...>1H1. lc. ii. .> tlj \lT *.. 11. *> i'ct..L. ..Hi I.r '. 4 .,. 1. J- n >\xi sLt&.I ft U. U. ic j. I;. !:-Fi.L., (. iiiIy I.p I. to iniik no sales to merchantiand tthtnij

; U jc'.Iou ..ut J t<*riami! i* .. ac Id Ji a cii Ji i-iicc' i [it..tl(l l>y the late i 11. A. Pict'MMt,)) .i n.t t x\hnb l be in- anj fft'ir SIcJiciiirt la be cnrritdSwlk for tilt tp*.
l-r 'UdU4e *st4ti 3 in die J x
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city. j' it-- ap- ]; <; fu'.lo'ii fx'nc's frr. ah.-t! of favourable | \ ->e x :u (prsca.tai; <. !.t-.ii p l..r t Ca\t: ::o
,- TdY AL 4 Ct ad I J.1\ ]il.catiuai to the ImnoUi'abli call anl : -iii-Ji e .Mixture !i. Vf Ucn manufactured btI*
,- I4S county fuiut lor luc II( : i tjf t:: ;. I : cxan.inc !ii-> a -E.lU. :i.i xxi.uii c-m 'iilai
'1* :: Y'L liairUs irhit j'uawcs, c-jtiu'y <>f .! rteriun, for letters cl nd.mn&t.-atii.i: 0:1: }t 4Thi: retired pc.v ptioiu of a t"ic critle and! le I I[ part) of the foli! iti: \z. i-iu"* s. C niKtofU! Ji C('. vNxv Yorliandiorfor wdl.tli
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Li a Titrcf* iit'f the ttlule <*f JL-.U: iaU LJ i.Uy 1"'. '.: s.l i Ulue! ale. The iiain. of1.wlasd insreadofRs.
r< rcS..cd! lilack I- (
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C4beJ. t. : a.nf i.* botiles of hnitaiion.
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4 ; jiev. ,ud; v.ilu l !c nuTcriuU I his v.o.k I' 1'l.ick: :, l-avcnitr: at.d ;--n.-i.t\cii. ijL Lli. part ueorjaK.
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% i L tire! h''>:j-urabli th- i f'ri.'i.iaUuittrs: ami anecdote: x.-iaci. t'.i xv iuxv am .superb Aiti' .-, never bet'.uy oil'cieil it tiii! jr. ,
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: ( j ?"-i. ( tiers far'mtnirau.! n u.i the .s at*. f C ."..t'l! Oil tiiCMij t has ch.n.! lie -. .-, Is.:d ure1 i c & iy i' -, ?
.jib.: t U :lot i un 1*. -Mitian, lalf: Ol taiu t. ;.:,tj ,s .. iLc v .rv vul.iabl. c'iie.L.e.s !) .'.tt. l'n.. t.i .1 id i.'i of Clack au.l UuoCi( '.li airu-iijr iiiui-k! iil.'J VeVLI !- Jj.i.e.: C. E-vlts! Ctuincy,

U- ; 7- \.i ', 1-JO. UT.Jxv; i- J .c.ji. .. ... .. .- Fimi.ed Knr i SiUrgc? St. Mad !
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f '3"V 1 I ,t a ,; Iar I T ; vv ft iMLisniAT'Visunci A : j .. -. r i.! t'' :I4. .. : ( i c t } .1 ic.v ave; 'I' a;..., :s; l-u-: r ,.!;. ,'o.j I Darin; U'illr.ims & Co., Monliccl/o/ ,

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of Lc.in t* t d -.. j. : 'i %. ,. r.'.a. >.. of .. ; h!>, t of 1-. B-irn rJ jr. *co. will btf os il tilbottl
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4 .: It IflWU !...i'.fTii'.:: c I fclwroWJU4 C48t iaxv, ('r ihey xv.ll be 1 l'ir .% r Carres, 'i-; ,.> ot_ v.tni-H 4 : t of th ; : u ..iityt" a i L>v .i-.i: ai! .tti' ,! -. t1 1 ;: .e u. ; .\ri.i. vi. 'l'nlh' : ) ly 7;!,. IW2. 48t1

: 4 .,. inn, aro UKSuitd dia v\Ui..y cry atlcjiU'j.i v. jI2 be t eK L4- I 'vbied tu ZLi 1 estate sire if'pi-. ; :.l! tu ...c :. *tcpayment. 'ft ii:. '; !hfr .. tu .s. TJie ilai >" 'l.ous :'try ,:str' .-iMi '. !if. Ul.ic: !;, L'I.M), OHVI CM-.I.I; I>., .. ;ia, \ ;. 'ct -

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JiljuLc. Jan. 13 y Itf ":. W. 1(4'sEV = .- ; : tii C. et
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$ .N4iL'ic :. i IX' iifinihs after date I xx i ill! *,ti. til n:;, ., < *u.t !I O /. ji-: s-u Hy .F s iiji :-. t : s ;:, :.nt I i.;ua : L.otti i t ,f (J iti-men. Uia- I) i itnai ( M.vc

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t. !t : ; i iv-rlc: is t.: dabh f.ir k d.. I'i. .t; I Uei. T3t-i; U i; V A L. vho h.: s returned wV FoiI& .
'iii aildiiiii to lilS old \varc-huus ilie re : :> am ': ). ,- 1,1! <_ ..ttc.npi.rary I! Setl t.t.. (Lu.b.ti.as, a.a tt ,
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... ,s_ riot''jisrcc': : KVICI:' .t f.r it.e! :-.ir, ri.ui\ ait: !r.i'if j>tvle. vhich is netuti, lor a Liei t ; .m..iraii'iu. cry 7 tos ufr I.imaelf: p.rnt.tnentIyaiidR.C '

p 1 4) : < :uiy.rectcd a .s',1i4.Us i! built J1i LL pcrv.n-s, ii.d- );l ;d l i L..t; lttefit"i KT.TI 4 l A-srfj; .: '.. clevativ: : of fm-.n, att: l b ."..ly uf iliira; J. 1I.1J.I .r'.d' tlso 1I.Ltt % Ihauluri'i": LU'N" have .s-j-octaled themscivM in tke prictice

by L OA eCClVtfl! .Nittonnjai ir< HJ.s.'l'iJV _LA. n t.d lis-n. v.: (. ecs i h'Uf n-i h' ..-. i in he Im I.-- tne past Snmmer tin: Luxv. Tl.r-.y: willXrepftrrofice ,Tallahassee aid
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; MX'ilTY.: 4 tiOt.: And tt! haviui of Co-.vn-'s Y/ a'vn .trtiL- itt ( tlieaiw.vc I St. Jose pli nil! v ill prartifc >n tfreg riofconrt
: ) :rj & ; dc ,.a'Ml-i;g; tuv. ..c.n: ; nv. } i ih ka-.c lalhcrloI ; signed hllILctIuI! : .) t.-r this market I ,
: :__ --. % I L j.rciM-.r.t (Le i di-ly! ) .ml.<-i.Ui-ai-d tu t.e: kU ocrj' 1t r -- .: tt.i1, Ucb.., I 7, 1 l Kir cl.cajine>6 and dural.il.ty uLicb the nniniics )J L nnJcficri ,GaTJ3
f ianlian's .YolcL'. ; :s. v.'jMi.n ilr: t.'uj j rff.i"'C J 1-y i.iv. I *'ll e\h'itts! t' .. '. ear a.id: jit.; .. -i.ti& : : dHc'-tj.n! I t' by any; in this Stti)11: of ejinrV,1 are nni and to -.-.. snr\t>- d I Frankiin am ill the Court rJs'ippea.sTIJ P1' *
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4 ,-z, d.cco\y: court foiMlj. A
$ ac erctts t.it! .-itrs a i dian f Le : it .St. .11irk!>, IMi.JO l : 'Ji;L;. ifstf: ; ;!i ..II j) ;a:'i. atrac4c.o..if: t Mli wl.idi .cru > )> (nok- th.-tcxvhoxxisIitopnt.-h.i.M- a HIM arurlel s u.e to R. C. ML
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: *)f J.'natLa U ''J'.tijja., IMJ j*.].! .' Jor a ij&ci.! :< re. lL I 'p' i b Ii i l"tr lr>..ii "lit wh-, has: aeatlv! S1'V4I hi.iis: li* >ui-h would ....c-f ly add thai I his i do-! have: rte U! ? lie l-Vlinnrv_ 3iht IP'C. 27tfEDTVAUD

f 0 .r M.urh; 'JG c; J O. :i'; -CuiJl> K: : ML: ( I 1. 1 -i co: tnii'e: : iii.: -rapu! r. Il Ins ail t!..; t-i. 'i iw of a tnimc.liacly. l.vai the Impuricr anj pu.vi.ascd OUs
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I : p ; i ) .t'.id i MI--- !cji': I fioin tine.i.ivi: -:. i .f i '> t. Ltti. The : >ee, October 1 1'2 l f? SLr
> Ufht! 1 fur linul in JefrsM1
OFFICE
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I i li on tl.e TJisvj1ic: r<-.t4I l, tuU | tn.- lion.I > lit, .1:11! yt-iy to n inuic h btMuiii .:.ly h braa iit out'"-."/; /-/i// C'/i/'n- .- .. .... -... .. 12-tf. . PC'Dr'cnt.
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n'h .f Tallah cjurt Lct.t J next door
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1'sp lv < : < rsirofcs ht d. : i 't/r, ..M.i'i.; /- ID. stirr d'. r i.tiers
I ; i$ | >M< n U M-rvicf* to tljc cu.zus: of Lc-jn *4iua.Ayri > I, i. oiVoin ti jji4Ujur.U4ir-i.ii]* .l"i.ic aAiardi ,- i I t : ; ii hi-ttt j '4 it j.lai.lcrs of .Middle Florida lo the ti.-7.cns 1 .
ttc: .i J c : li ; :.ttiou of his -. raiful! 36II
.4.'V.. j 1 -;{'!. :!". 5i 4. L4LI. I l..r their t.zLIks: 1 Jan.: 3'thiS3G.
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:, _'4a UN I 11. B1ALE.: jui X, [L'i J i t4 1 svko 1 1.. t&.ji.t! ct jt ii 1 ::- :: iCCtlut& ced bttjue. iu l ; !. Ltruugli v hi ; lie li.,,ws I NOTICEffJlHE

., tL 1 'nticto.! Itri '. I AjiLIrlA iUii'.S ,Nj/c! i' td :Z S .. S l t:t:ii j ye t1t, to ac.-omnli>!i hL puqu.-s.e; ,.| tsiablili; ; !,{,,,. ? subscriber has just irccited. pet 9SL
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TTJ I .L ]iiicucc; in tiiCouucl ajit'caJ*.* .4Jmonths if< t ('., ; 1 sl.rtu: V pi ti'heart.. suuM-nbcr has : te.asa no-i; :t.--'the from N.York, a general
t&,? j* 17 upeJJur C'ut'.J'i uf the n iuUla L't J cuun: and vour!. t f.-iaJiial 1 pr.1 ,ntv Arj}j; li- :! tji'lte i-- tfrc arc Lir ?* inirts o{ C xx-pir'.s; j house taken the brjje a.,1., c, min. ''i.ni> ai- I ment ofGivee-ies,-.-.consiblin of
o. ietu:: ; t sit ; :t. Jr'usr ct 1 ..li I Jutni 'in.fi.l : of IL
t FJorif'a-: ( NovJS.; IN:!: litiJJ. ; -u-p.'v to the 11. n. i he Ju .-. of *J];.' C .... : y ;*.. l lire ; .t'M: hit'y, ( .: v. h-h Vtr. U. J. Il.u-klt-y\\ycllford. Ks.lr f.rsll.rl..l.U,; | |.; lUy t I C'nae Lrardy,
rMe'.cs v/ill
(i.idd : ; : ; tln\.x- a "i.cxv i Iiitt.: The aiiii ujii ,e r..r"ivu : J..naicvi Itui ) X. E. Rum.
: l t'r i dL'' '. lr.& ;n toi' ; ,
Rrgitlas uty, :
: : :eiar4s \ ( ; (! ;. .t iti : .! time, untill! next fall L'.r-e
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kr.I iii th !,. .i l .. \ ; ; i a s11Jiz, of ,-. rv.J.. -ri,: Old Rectified \VlibLcv. Common 1
: iy }.( .- i! %' 4.il : uc i-.iu-.ui. -iu.. > .. 'I UI llIIltLttl4ie, tI ICII lloll.in-! (
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Led:1 1PilY reu : y th4 t.tjt'U __ .--- ; ii t- IK :, th. .! ,,,t fai'hUif! au ito : country will admit, and on the .vT-o.H.n : Alra! irjortandV.M.aa .
q v. so liho hca:: on.t -\ ar.iu; :.. ,) ..,;.,,;i- f t C ,,Vitr -.. uu s w-nus. 'i'iy subscriber has mow ) ; laI I
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P. II. SWA1M, at Si. .Mark*, nudv tiU4 : tifl: : pt.- ."_ C 's c. e. MU the takni a frC4|, tarL :;
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tt :. t fi > : nt tn- a /t/v ,/ K\ .re.4er a/, and means Ins e.xcrions cry
t r 'j'j ir' t" I %- 7. and attcnti- I i.Sa.and JartcaCasetd1 Coffccr
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tJ.Cnj i.
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; A cents. I tho JiiJ: u l tjt r ; :.f tot v. I; vi,: hvo ti: a M.II ca.! I cia.r s>nan luily meet the ;
4i! Vijjut : : its style patronage of iu Tolvjreo
I N. W. ST1LLWELL X. < xJeai. j rj.cib.d i by jI xv *:; |riv-i..is ,
4.1 -y -. j. '.. }JIIIV, 4x..i-la.d! i ...iniui.> :t I
Nov. Isl 135. lUfV4' :; i ; tloc ii. ) cd Lu il-: t.uuncJ .t t ar : i :. f ;" --I ns fir, a: > it h.ii -u.j v.tl.Isu: .san-a: !!'- n--nf jn-r [ _! .. \ : t A Superi. riot Saddlery,
j ; tl.u 7 Froii Tts
; i '* 1H'-V/A1U). Uanaxvay from l! < pan t f'I LdJ:1l I: i. 1L 1j\\. .f C. t i'I' 1- in.i r.na-t LI,, ..ur hi-ii. st r.vj.e.: i., .,,.. Them-x -u.i: IIi- lus .-.O !,, i ,cknr, r: \ I Castor Oil s,4.c.
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t iI,3: i"j; j ,-jlrUoiUif: tle: Mt1! vii P: -r, a n< t o ma:. u:,.iit I _-. ; L w i i u-: ..t$ a.t in a Mylo of: !.,sj!, t.A, cj| tli.(: Tc, t.txc s mid ni.poinicd ihu subscriber Iii* ; cut to r\v I Exprcieii assortffl 'I
Ins Lui peschr.. general
I
rein Joy a
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ptrti'i r Irs dings and
.f iiamcd I'LA.'sCU about 1 'i t i 01 i.iuiL-r i; i ii ) fai! in ibis
.1 3J years age, j < ( wetk u1tr itcit'y: bi antifal." Gins c.ty.. i he stow now tMate SPUING and SUMMER GOODS all which i"bj
: 7 inrhc-s h*Ur _'. occupied by S. : i. Hill as a ok! !l-. for ,
pi' L ddc. ib-nc ;vil)I bc i !Ie !" I l1L ]! j I I- .!- ;. i5..v.-v carpenters slop is olh-red for, rent > \v ca. h, or approved credit.A.
: ;and ouick .efl \ ( n ol : the n .xiJ: j i jj j1 : 1"h: eh ..i.ij a iuJ Ci'.xr-oc.r.: May 71 Sac. FORMYDUVAL.
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;. t. p will bV I p.-' lor i **''' iwri'n'unnf\ snid nepio), <>n be I : ':i ij ii of U id.tit : CJt ly t; I t. t .- -9- .:--. :-..--.. _.____:_._-.___'i___.:__t.__t.t_____: .1 Al 41 3-tf UEO LANAIAX. 3.-tf _

4 ing lod?< n ti'*' j "' ;i1 Tallahas-sro, or on the. pUnta! I Ilion I'-TI ofodjiiiiiimratioa j on I ij! I NOTICE: ___
0 C.-1M,: Of ;aJ,,, j \ Y --1--- lin: iu.io.a! .:inlHers r -TICE.-TIie subscriber has rrceired per
i of t'! '. JU11N; TUll lili.2'i. I 1 :dtrd JalC ol's.'iliJ I r .r I HEsubscriber respectful just
K !t-t:: ;. foun.'v d<'Cr Z.I. ; : .t ot 1 an that he will have y "informs- the public schonrr J. .y, front New.York, and is no ()1X J
; : the
t" _ HACIJAJ-j. iiU: AKUo j --..----.--f__:_. ll'in"f "L'i'!;=' Ol %l'i!' J a ttl ciiintodi01 thoroughly in .- n f neml aj sortmcnt of spring and sumrn 'S?
.4 hN FOll sA1.1F'l: sale xalu- 1 repaircu anti
a 1vc if ', : UC (t1LLrC Mtted of French mU5tti
k. : t iI tjj he up br ) Jrrnted and painted
ot
i'b'<* pi; uilatioii feitnuti-d in tie Oscillanvcr, 0: 0lu.lo J II. j tv.v.v, ,J. a::; ilju ..ulbuildi.5- iud.-i.ii.* reception those who are xviiling u,
,4j : > su-h pat-oni cntjuc aattinets ernUetc.
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I1y Glh JS3G. SfJ-Oxv' i an him by ihe tenth of December ;, cant'in ; and diaanal
i i ab'jo ili'' ferry, in J Ueison Bounty, Floiida 1 ; -M-M.ivnt.. Asfivo nnunpioved luls. in the sell that next. He plcd-e him- :;, 4 and % 4 bleeched tJ brnwndamcticS 3p.tu
q. 1 cuiitaii.in f"ur hundred atid forty acies, of prime t ). -- -- -- I moi -li i i Il!.;. n.i.-r. nf t!... rnv ,. .i..1 l.i ... .1. 11s every attention shall bu n.-ii.l r. K.? ,..; .
1 -f HIIU art
r' t ; ; t. I t mouauun ana iiirrn ereanti common cu n.
land ; bG< .TTCS nl Nxhioh, are cleared, und under poodfwQ : Z .1 Lile JUJ feet itt lui-lh! by III 0 in convenience of lib patron--. superior
cotton wai
I \inj ciaiius ?naburgs crockery ,
iit i 'liT witha} jrood ui'.1 Kiibstanlin.1 dwell in against I the tbiuc! ,,f" J1.i : :]: si,/;/ 1LiL1' a i.i _d eI.(1 l..tll. FISHEfl. ; '
c' :-cI t dcccu-I], arc r, ia.! t, ,.,- ,. TiI [ fi!
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i .P; hux' an' all i.t-cessary out buildings. The Usnilaliver tht.cid ithin the iccrji,2 .1 tl.cui. ,: ,!v 1 i..t!: .1.1 ,;, i t f .u rit. n ha as i a sttii n. :r retreat ------ ..,-. ti- meat uf haidxva, and a few superior rifle* >k

1. : runs immediately through this tract, aflbrdmirn lf:4* % 31. La red. ir l.w, : '. v .: u..ii.. a: i i/.i t.t .vi''es r> c 't'!.--r >..i-v or wean.l the 41ENTRAL JJANK (iF LLOR1'.L- barrel puns-all \vill be sold low for cash or app/*
: qt f most CXCiIflt! null srat.' For terms, apply to Jas. ''Jtv J 01 1\ iA M I p- | U..I| .; direct 1 IuuMrtri-.vfi,1 Mysta-c.t. _1 183t. Tl?1( Board April 25th credit
$ 14th j.,; ; 1 tl.ccity Ot Diaclc"s, of tli put ohasej s are invited to call and W"l
L A. UcrliVlot Ksqr, at Tulhhasee: or to tlse subscri- .4 --_ .;: j I j. HOJ !.1 i |ussrjj: : L ti.ou-h! .'.!ztrtdln.t to Coln.nbus t.on. liava 1 this diy, declared a dividend insutu Lhe.nseivcs. A FOItMY ..
3-itf 1'. dc.MAUiKUliH.: i ) [: 1'' k LC1I.'h: I -Wi" > 'u-' 'ii. l"" bs 01) the of live per ct.i'Ki0 33.
:' lJtr. J tI& ha.Id! ( ti of I I : : plie: lor a hoaac of entertain. tllc' r 'riti>1 April 9 th 1836
d. '" for
Vnil1 the hair
mi.-o I und Si. 'Danafai'id : i.i f Ion.la. I ci1din year
ii ill tako!
Joseph's i'or ihe
) RKNT..-The store fci back kitch 1 l-K : !M v t 'n.p above :: instant payable to the
; It !. i : properly Stockholders Cotton.
\vill iiiuu
F7)R :
IV, picasto take ; : :aiiil ilolljr. -- or their -StoringShipping of
loiirtiunisind
i : formcily occupied by the iubscribtr (ven Dollars nonce, th t : r, irv ,',,. the Lalaiii-cin on ;jivin posscAion of JegaUcprcsentativts, on or alter ti,,, first day : O. vtrtfl
i t ; "' .:*" also, a small office with two rooms per share, on the la--'al: suJ,1.( iaid tvvoinsiuilinstalmfnts.bcann"iiiure,1from May ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON Cashier.WJLU&T SPURGES will attend
paid zL ComMI x'.. ''. be!;.. 'in to the ___ Shipping Motion-they will
I t MI mre without any delay of G. LAi1A.j nat ijt. Joiejiii'*,, on or before the if. -h! d.v ,,f jll ',. cMa-h:1ic-] nniv MiiiiM: b.-\vccn thrc.: uid: four % [ .-to Cotton entrusted to their care for sJ>ipm o* tI

May 7th l >30._ __ _33_ 'l' and a further in-tahnuit' of Tiii D.'rJa) < tjiou.aikl iiuti. iluiLtb II v.ould be smld at il.s apiiraibcd value, as a canuidatc anitutuice .L.S1'IJN .- marker in the U n"ied Stales or elsewhere; aid or5
per oh to
: 4 iL.1i- --- -? of description) for JSalo st p. thirly days thtrcalu r. Dy oid.-r of ihe 'iJo ird ** i I II : i **dt -V\r. \Tfir/. */ in Lite ncxiLeislaiivc Council.O'l represent Leon C'y. purchase at eithe their Stores in! TaIWwMarks.
: every .
; rise !
: 1 1rtctui (14 J ? % s I't' ) Ly: Ciilnnibiu Ecrall' and TallahasseeFlJri.viil ------ --- ---- 40 .' Oct.db,1934 (Si )
A Li. IC'li. ------------ _ _
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his office. *. l _
ilnj During absence
-i y.vu ubovc three ii: : my tor a lex/ weeks in
.account tolhis: oiScs. Carolina, Mr. William Hilliard is my
neenu
: 40. W. W. WADDEL. 4 ( % -rio1.;!




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