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

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ived and :;If I>l1le by of commitment to jail made
rect was out and delivered
It/iust J T. IL J1STTON' -
THE FLOR1DIAM ; to the officers. On the
t ) the
icccucd way prison -
.,.-.'UM by
ti ::'l'.a.'li from Baltimore: extensive and and when they had reached tfi. court ;

\\keMohawJ{tof, good, consisting m 1"* of the house square, the prisoner inquired let would *, :

..1 a5SlIrtnlcnt rticles! izmR. -. ..: be his punishment ? He was told and at
A11 "<". n.mS: "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." that moment he broke loose from the 11-drew
mid hams, bacon, Bait cured, ,i iJ ....
',IGMers, middlings! flour, and tn.ickcicl: --- ._ __ __ c :: a !long knife, and made a pass at ]Mcll, but of .
ecr.' Biliunorc; and ClJJfi"h, I'I'rork mit nnQ 'JYa ) missed him. His next stab was bet er aimed e
| ldtdlim-in tL m gSJ; i UWiYm .as, ): OWQ V< ILQfrmQ i1'U. t'
:;'r. tijrt and ottuT wines, ..- -. I inflicting a dangerous wound npon ho right p.1
C.JciP I } -niacand ()tcr! brandies, I, side.-Mr. Hammond seized the ,
)1 1paigflC, tam1I1l.S, and citri, I FOR SALE.-A hand ltr.'ene'v barouch and sul- table burying grounds, forty five thousand four f 1 garrison Miscreant
ieJ gtngtr, rmIl1S.: anJ .almoIIJs, apply to 41( R. J.HACKLEY. hundred and ten dollars. several purses ; drayage and cartage at the by the shoulder, and the latter, turnii g round, ::
ligs hire
.\\5: ,rruncf,s. c.torcs, ZtIIJ llncw\'Jcs! DURING my absence tI.'l tho Territory, Mr. For completing the powder magazines near N. of t funds posts for tfe of teamsters : transportation gave him a death blow. Tho blad r of the .
1 ) eXjJ,1VC :JsSOitfliC1tt of all oilier : is fully mthonzed to act as pay department ; the expense of knife struck the lower of the in and '
(. eLher "'ILd :\.1 my York and Boston, with the landings, enclosure, sailing a publi.transport between the several part C 1 t
'sn.iS cf ..rl1ccncs. attrrney. : WILLIAM: MANER. and dependencies, nineteen thousand two hundred on the GuifolMexico, and posts cutting all the large arteries of the nick and $ ; !
DRY-GOODS. procuring water at .
nnd iu I'-.ilM! broadcloths, ;,!1) ;::;;: EDWAIO HOUSTON, dollars. such postF, as rom their situation require it, the passing downward. The victim tunec: walked ,

P'Jrteof,! suiH-nor Tans juintcd muslins, ( Jllhrney at .Lr.tr. For pay of the officers, non-commissioned officers sum of one hudred and l forty eight thousand dol! about 20 paces and expired. The murderer !;,

'of taa.iiandt.ilrtTRin-lKun.. ; OFFICE in Jcifcisun Street, musicians and privates, and for t subsistence lars.For then fled. Mr. M. although dad crously .

cI.1l1t).uchCn. printS, and C."IICM.. handsome. patterns, JI4 next dotr to E. U. Perkins of the officers of the marine corps, one hundredand contingncies of the army, three thousand wounded, followed him until he was <;omnletoly I e
& ;
:! 1 MSUICS: "S, .;qiI Druggist. sixty three thousand seventy seven dollars & dolla rs.For.
:'IerlllrLol1Jlll1 exhausted. His .
> c1011t formats, lancty <'i 1 colours! JHn. 3ith! 163G. g: f fimNOTICE iwnty five cents. two moths' extra cries alarmed th > neigh : f
-: *A*mer 01n'ruscaL M-iuello, 4'Palermo bonnets (newtlh,1 I : For provisions for non commissioned officers, and for the cotinfcnt expenses pay reenlisted of the recruiting soldiers, borhood- the fellow was pursued, a id after f

variety of pantaloon stulls, 1 T.,LIE subscriber has just rived, per schooner musicians, and privates of said corps, serving onshore service, in adction to the sum of twenty thousand some ineffectual resistance, "taken at d committed '

:J ,,!.sc1oth, anc. a 11111 llI1s.1II1Hlcr and lnh linen, Jl_ Atlantic' direct from N. Yak, a general assortment and for servants and washerwomen, thirty I seven hun'rcrand! sixty dollars and sixty three te jail. : ,

.' '1L1ied lIud' Flur.and roVc!! iK.pbl.au; I 15, of G roc'rics-consjstjn.r (f three thousand five hundred and seventeen dollars I cents, being in, unexpended appropriation for The atrocious crimovai known ,n a few i
:,:iy cauz: ? Cognac Brandy, i and two cents. I homilies anJ rcmiums minutes ..
5 -iabunr, ba. gui;; nut! eovcilcts, seventy ier thousand five hundred throughout the city. Crowds of"jciti.
;Sailal!'Lies: ilovcs, hells and belting, Jamaica Hum, "J'. 1-:. Rum For clothing, thirty eight thousand six hundred ami sixty I f: j dollars and f forty four zens garthered around the dead I'
j U,I.,''" I .:1 e e.l',(' icb I; !'i'i '', Old Rectified V\ ':skcy, (}.>..n\o Whiskey} and fiftv five dollars. For flJ--ea/ges prior to the first r.frU-t. one .I.*.'.... ..-..- ..._. .. .11 cum body u'W1n.of tho .
!.sh i :J.sl:1Jlla": bandIcrc111ls: aid camlnics, Holland) (...i,1, For fuel, fourteen thousand five hundred arideighty thousand ei hundred! and fifteen, payable! dIrt cer in the execution of his duty-the t. -vei- [ f

,\\ ns..,. Aprons- ) (:t c. cI c. d C. ('lr.t Claret Madeira, Sicily.!To.tand" nine dollars. the office of tb Third Auditor, in addition to an sal respect in which that officer was h :!J-tho .

l t v'm\ DDV-MAnK: ( TLOTiJlNG I'd" the most Malaga 6\6'Yl\J l.S For the purchase of sites and the erection of unexpended Wanceof: two thousand one hundred cries of his children, suddenly deprived of

i..i.j: llLlruncty t and made tu >" Cuba, anl: Jamaica barracks near the navy yards at Charlestown, and sixty six d-llars- and thirty one cents, three their protector-produced an instant and in I,
; t").c. and Pensacola hundred and thousnnd 1 dollar :
shltuaLIIC Cavendish Gospurl:; one fitiyth
pocket, rifles i percubiLil tense excitement.. Under the "in'I I
Rt:; cutlery, patent ] degree t
\ nd dollars. For ofVar under the
lIAIVl I i 11.1.dlct tlc A Superior lot t k Saddler ', usa en-ublingthe Secretary ,
LCllIlIIs 1 a"", ) I
jl l..gii1 1l1J sAll)11t:; : 1.". Fresh Teas, For repair of barracks, near Portsmouth, NewHampshire direction of tb .)resident of the United States: toremove fluence of those feelings, summary Measures : l

I } mill tn-li>hSl.as s.\l1111,1, Castor Oil, ,$';. and for repairs at the other stations, the traps from Fort Gibson to some eli-: were resolved upon.-Tho murderer was forced ; '

5ul: fiafSI\entl1d\fCIIIS.I1I:1rtllJg-alls: a lilt saddle Lags, Expcctei1) j>cr iclir. Joy, a general assnrtmrnt of eight thousand nine hundred dollars. gable point on car the western frontier line of from the jail by the assembled altitude, I I
H aH "aollllaruCI:: >:>, l'OIlIl'kte' SPRING and FU.MMEK:: ;GOODS, all which will be For transportation of officers, non commissioned Arkansas, and t cause a fort to be built upon the carried to the borders of the town, nm burned .

I 1:111 tJur: brncs lirsC( ". made to order mid by the Lest of sold law for cash, or approved A.credit.FURMY DUVAL. officers, musicians, and ;privates, and expensesof point so selectes" f.r the accommodation of the to death It is said: that several t ousandpersons :: t

irkfl1cfl. recruiting, six thousand dollars. troops of the Uited Slates and for the belter denf witnessed the ..
revolting: spectacle
March 2G 1S3G. Self
v.,11,,,-I:-';&- nllE : caps, -hips, canes, cot'on -- -14','-\r. .tiipitif'mfvj.._'-'. ..._'"_ lm"--1'-<;iillil 1' fjfnrr---'.5.<.j-,_ .Riirifipnl.u I 1',"1 JnslrilC ..__n' n- _(Iplr'p_u__ ... .IP S.- ..A..mimic. ....._... .frnnlipr.lJ41. .._., tlio L 4.... !w nm UL1L U nf._ _fifiv..._..
""' anJ cumbs. : 7 There was no tumult no disturbance! of :
brulit any
umUrlUs, : > Q
slJk! and of four thousand hundred thousand
and merits, matron, uric dollac.!
PEltF01-nY:: v.id and a stone\'aiictyf>\arc. fancy For: bale articles low,, tinacrtickcrY on [llY AUr11oI&L'i"Y.j and thirty nine dollars and twenty nine cts. For complelig the barracks, quarters, store- kind; but the crowd retired quietly to ;heir several .. I

!: UV For military stores, pay (If f atnorers, keepingarms houses, and hopital, at Key West, in the territory homes.

l n C:usual tUIII t.: Ii. &: l.i:. Xnr.\BEIlGEIL in repair, drums, file?, flags, accoutrements, of Floridaten! thousand dollars. "We shall not pretend that: we do no exceedingly ,
4 -- --- -------- .- and ordnance thousand doia: For the various this tcrmlnatit of tho
--- stores, two rs. hospitai at military posls al regret snnguiary! n :
CON.SU.MPTIVK.TJltiiii ; 1 'I.
? rHLSTJD1.T1C JuJ A 1atallli 4) all :DIM'UM-S inci For coiuingentexpenses of said corps, seventeen I which they my be required by'the proper officersof I tragedy. For the fair fame of our t \vn, we -

: )<1 }JIC ihzi'J: \: kut":)('it't't' IIC (' "" '/il, -ma) thousand nine hundred and seventy seven dollars the medica department, where there are nut could wish; that it had not been reso'ted to.

c'lcl'Jt81IH least Alarming; : i t tlUnrdcrs, anti ninety three cents. proper accomnodaliotis for the sick, and which But, we believe, that if the same terrib-e! scene
!tneu\lVJetl\! For fir the extra services be aulhcized the Secretary ofVat to be i.
1 defraying by
'ilJI. tll1latJlI it arrearages may
Uy c-
!,' hlLut\leglc'ctI'J\ ( h.allecn[ ennrtcd in any other town huuJred au.1 JIll) thousand) : \ persons; die annual- I IIforthCf'II and expenses of the officers of the navy engaged erected: one Kindred thousand dollars. I
/ -un)|>'ion. .Mostrf thoe dreadful results in the t surveyl t the costs and ha rho\Hs of the U. Fnr the naional armories three hundred and nion. tinder the same sudden nnd tl1l1 .t1llllou :

I! ; be atlnlit'l'-d to common coM! ,, and a ?ICgli.tiflt! I Stutes, for the year eighteen hundred and thirty, thirty thousaul! dollars. excitement, similar proceedings won d have: s.,. .; ..

:t'I rc: nefl! UI the !iMiia--.I mp; tuugli that pi'iu-ralU I l i-nsuus I Laws of the United Slates passed at the twenty! and prior thereto, being the amount appropriated For the ornament of the fortifications, two been adopted. Let the veil of oblivion: bo -5, .

_\lltlclil i .'uail} I''Huv.rJ: liihllicu'l 1 i tii l rca?lung;;, pain fourth Congress :first Session.Puni.ic in eighteen hundred aid thirty four, f for the same hundred thoisand dollars. drawn over the fatal affair. jj ;
and :
,Inhe:) :idf uinl! at Iti-t I Ifi'i.iti-d'.. 1iii S V ulCllt =-= = object, hut by that act made applicable; only to arrearages For the cirrenl expenses nf Iho ordnance service M'Intoah came to this city as [a < ook on .

,,If.JfdAstlllnatlrlll'H.I\! !. One! vr u\o dollars, al' o uxpt-iidcd lirin.r! ;
:f$ An net making appropriation f for; the naval servicefor fifteen hundred! dollars.Sec. dollars desperate viliian. It is understood that hu i

I pfxFRIESHKMKttY) TOll l TIlE PILES the year one thousand ('i.rht 0tlurlY hundred and :-2.:! Jlnd be it further enacted, That the For the ptrchase of gunpowder, one liund'rcdthousand committed a murder in N. Orleans I Iss than
f tecoimiioiidhirhho six. President of thp United :States be, and hereby is dolars.

7i'; I\'IhtJlefull1 proprietor: t'i'jL's!4'onlidt-Nce leave( to ) 4n t' of: tlic I nuislalu. I Be it enacted by! the Senate and House nf: Re. authorized, to send out a surveying:: and exploringexpedition For arsemls, two hundred and thirty one thousand a 4 year since, and not long a\y;o he stabbed! .

::,.t'rfjJjcdll':t know, n for tlu* tlOuhll'-lIl1lt: Jiud painful !j,'prescntatii'es/ (f the United Stales of America in j ji 1 I to the Pacific Ocean and South Seas, five hundred and two dollars.: the mate of the Steamboat P.r.vn'je, while uu- ..

t..ml.Iml. \VUliuut, ;oing' into detail.! !I.e ileems! it ci"iii Congress assembled, Tl-ii the f following sums be j I i and for that purpose to employ a sloop of war, & For supplying the arsenals with certain ordnance der weigh, for which act: he was put tin shoro

to fay lie IMS in Ills p *Mi.m tinnuM. uuLbtedtasuinonials 'i appropriated) for t the naval service, lor 1 the year I to purchase or provide) such other smaller vesselsas storesone hundred and eighty eight thousand and sc'erclyhipprd., .
that; it lias more completely: JinjKridthe may be necessary and proper lo render the said five hundred and seventy five dollars. M. Mull i is his
one thousand: eight' hundred) and thirty six, in ads yet living though lecovcry 'J
purj cf for \\liit.li it is intended, than any eflicienl and useful and fbr!( this For the of cannon balls, twenty nine
.f' Ii ihtion lo ihe unexpended! balances of f former appropriations expedition purpose } is scarcely hoped for. Mr. ilammot d was a. .
IeI': 'popular I iiii'diciuc, and dollars. .
the sum III'ont hundred and fifty thousand thousand four hundred eighty eight
TUreuiodvis/ perfectly innocent in itc s application, ; viy. : most worthy man. and an honest an energetic .
dollars! be, and the same is hereby, appropriated For completing ,the medal heretofore ordered '
i all!I coiwlitions, ages and Mjxe--. 1 nIl tlsiectiuiis: For pay of commissioned, warrant, rind petty otherwise fir General three hundred officer. Possessed of sound judge ment, a :
out of in the Treasury not by Congress llipley,
each any money
iMriplion)) Ut the complaint, Ac. accompany officer 1 :*, and of seamen, Uvo millions!\ llirce hundred 1 and thereto cool and tried courage he was !
-scLet.ttlw.ti con>l.l t* of two boxes.! (Uinliuent Ij1Ilktuary. appropriated: in addition if necessarythe dollars.!! temperament
; tliousand and dollars and
\!: Price, $1: fur the whole, or fU cents c ( Htiil cijrhteen seventeen President of the United States is authorized pprfnf1.1th of May, 1936. i never at a loss what course to ptirsus in tho i I

.l-utonc! of the articles is waittd.REMEIYJRit1LEtM.T1SN.. sixteen:; Fur cents.of superintendents, naval constructors, to use other means in the control the Navy Department [Resolution-JN'o. 4.] I', execution of his duty. lie has left a'i' afflict ,

; : : : ) i} }: ; and all pay the civil establishment at the several I yards not exceeding one hundred and' fifty A Rcsoltlion to change the time for making I; ed widow, several children, and a host of r

( THHC 1:excruciating pain' -the cleciepitude ind\ .leforJL sixty eight thousand three hundred a-id lorty dollars. thousand dollars! f for the JAMES objects required.K. POLK. contracts for the transportation of the mail. friends to regret dispensation which has cut ;

( niily, ani'tlwjiKNiiature' village; uliich! : uiu the orthe Ilmw nfi!.. .-.... .>to" ..- llcauKcc, by ihe Senate and House of | him offin the midst of his usefulness.
(.jalattcndan'sof'Jicd: : uider, are hUlTvifd l 1.y tnt For provisions, seven hi.ml red nnd eighty! Iwo Speaker :M. VAN p UUUEN, Representatives of the United States of America The annexed particulars of this hoHble affair -

t ;J-juidt-fjiair".(ile,cuaiToas of cure I'htc.JcdntiJulr,, or t1 appointment!!' to in the ell'ectthiiImpose. ctlics thousand: two hundred and sixty three dollars and Vice President of the United States and in Congress assembled, That the Postmaster are from a corre.-potiaunt of the 3 ew Aifc .

f' lutiiw! ><\\lmlia\o, made: a lair i trial I of seventy five cents. President of the Senate. General! be authorized, provided the Daily Advertiser.

III. JEBiTb UELKIJKATKU LIMMENTseof For'repairs of vessels in ordinary, and the repairs Approved, 14th Mav. 1S36 same can be done at the present rates of compensation They chain'-Ml) him to a tree a short listanco

tl'nlncd long .:judiii;!, nnd I of the most severe : and wear and tear of vessels in CHUimission, ANDREW JACKSON. to extend the term of tho existing from the coon house, and placed unsltr him a
and live I thousand::: dollars.!
haicrrceiiedccitaiti leliff and have million sixty :
t'Jr rtrr -
. 1icured In a fcw div ', MUIICIII VI 1 Lours!many as a nurn lone For medical and surgical instruments hospital [Pi-Hue, No. 22.] contracts for the transportation of the mail, to large heap d'u.y r.-' % hich they fir cd and *

, 1 U fpersons in Iloslou aid \icinity, \\110 were for stores, and other expenses on account of the sick, An act making appropriations for the support of the 30th day of June inclusive, next succee- one of the mo:,.t revc-i-g! ; scenes ensued that

t fiafflicted\\ithiheuuiati-iii.; : Jau\C cry fully le:tiI i lorty one thousand and one hundred dollars. the Army, for the year one thousand t eight hundred ding the 31st day of Dec. in each year in have ever been vires-rd:: < here. Tho shrieks ,

Certificates are III! the 1"Js" e!' ior. of the 1'rojnie For improvement and necessary repairs of the j jn3"Y and thirty six. which said contracts shall expire, so that the and groans of the victim were loud onJ piercing

,.A'l'ro\lll| % lheimstUiorou h and: l urprUing( cures t yard Portsmouth. New Hampshire, sixty Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcpre.1 contract after the first day of Jan. and to observe one limb after mother 1
uUHJftIIlSI'O\\ctlul| Ll\131 i'i': incases vvheiltrapjirovcd sentatives the United Stales of America year may '
":' applications, had utteily failed. seven: thousand dollars. of the embledThat of the following! sums be, ar.dthe next, commence on the first day of July, instead drop into the fire, was awful indeetf. Ho .

1)1"-)- -Mr'"- .in.adJA I-'''.': rvrv 4 .. j 4 ..\TI.-I. ..LLIL.reor .i I, For improvement Charleston h' and,necessary Massachusetts. repairs, onc i Hundred gress same is hereby, a appropriated to be paid out of the first day of Jan. was about 15 minutes in dying. I visited the ,

:r inflamed lives: give inunediate case an(' I navy and yard ninety:i t nine thousand five hundred and (If any money in the TI\lsury, not otherwise appropriated Approved May 14, 1836. place this morning, and .,a-.v his body; or the ; I

t.tf. UAteci.'iit! !'or(. eye:>, tlie eiiVct i itno: t saluU fiwdollais.For for the support of the army for the year! Resolution- to authorize the :Secretary of'War remains of it, nt the place of execution He ..
'-U'bex% tIle complaint ha> been ofla..s. standing\ !seventy and repairs of the I one thousand eight hundred and thirty six, that IS was burnt to a crumb. His legs anti arms
receive additional evidence in
t' i* improvement necessary to : support
6onwu-et'dii!! ;; iiad' cases,the most unexpectei I
New York eighty four to :- were and only a of his he id and
& desirable it-hef lu' Leen found j in the use 01 till'atcr.allcrtef : navy yard at Brooklyn) say hundred and of the claims of Massachusetts gone part
.. V\\ had ltikd.1ari:: thousand: ; three hundred (Jolla r. For the pay of the army, nine body was left. 'rhl s:pne was too sickentng .. 1.?
!} iner remedy ) other Stales of the U. Slates, for
'i3H wlo' haH ucJ i!, pu-nounce' it the hest I pro For i improvement and necessary repairs of the eighty eight: thousand three"hUIlLlred and :seventeen :> ments services etc.: durin the disburse-I to contempatc! and I left i it. ill I II)1I )

nhJn,11) these! compljints they liavn over met with, navy yard at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, eleven dollars. C have only time to add, that: while n imbcrs L
'' t.aIy) in ca.-t-: Ul'ui'ncs M t>r inllamation of lytiir thousand! seven bundled and fifty dollars. For subsistence of officers, three hundred and Resolved by the Senate ,andhouse of( el-;
here the lal1llmin which it vas If i
Ol'g: I'nce-Jdceiitsaiottlo.:; I : For and necessary: repairs of the fifteen thousand: one hundred and eighteen dolls. Representatives of the United States of Ameitca deprecate

r :.Nouc are genuine unless si j.z nfd on the outside"' I yard improvement at \Va hington. thirty seven thousand I For l forage of ollicers' horses, sixty thousand in Congress assembled, That the Secretary tected, they think: his crima: so hcinou. that 1 1tenible

l littdwidpt.rbythefeolo, firupi icier, T. KIDUEUW.ate I: five navy i hundred dollars.! one hundred 1 and thirty nine dwllars.: : of War, in preparing his report pursuant as its punishment:: was, it wa; mentt 111 II i!
wccchMir! to the lato ir.) \\'. '1'. Conuay"Mleat : of the For for officers' servants, twenty four U. J
I anti repairs clothing
For t necessary resolve of the House of ,
his Counting: J luon, O'cr0' !,MJCourt improvement and nine hundred and thirty dollars. to a Representatives I
"fl-near., Concert Halt, lu>tvll, :wd also l.v hi-- spcDrupjisl. I' navy yard at Gosport, Virginia, one hundred thousand in lieu of clothing to discharged agreed to on the 24lh of Feb. 1832, be and .
doliar.J'or For payment From the Columbus .
thousand Eu.g.Saturday
Ippulut1.Hnt l I"
I t. sixty ocvcn he js hereby authorized, without regard to ex.islinff .-
thousand dollars.
"').. HA:N All 0.J r. k Co. improvement and 1 necessary repairs of the soldiers: thirty Maj 21 !
of officers such
exclusive of that rules and requirements, to
Tllahas.e thousand dol- For subsistence,
: Mrc it n.: 1 U (No :it yard at Pensacola, f fortv nine
; navy I lour hundred aiid ninety fi\w thousand f four hundred evidence, as is on file. and any further proofs TIlE WAR.As j
IoWA-jI UfCl1X'fLJH; \ lap*. 'I
'f t For wharves and their appendages at the navy dollars. which may be offered tending to establish the r we have now no medium of corimunic&tion -* ;

,. Unli- L'odive AM) 1'ills.! yard, at Pensacola: as i recommended I hy the I Secretary For clothing of the army, camp furniture and garrison two validity of the claims of Massachusetts upon with the frontier of Alabama, o : even 1 !

-to.sequtn'-c;; : t.f t.c! numcmus atJniits] to pnlmi'Jrmiib of the Navy, one hundred and filly thousand equipage, cooking; thousand utensils, nine hospital hundred) and ,eighty the United States, or any part thereof, for services the middle parts of the :Nation, it is almost : .,
nuita'p.Msof Iluand'alualjle.Mcdi) dollars. hundred and two and learn of the j :.
1 : disbursements, expenditures duringthe impossible to any thing move
:.; ttcn the( .ulhr-), I li.is dc-t.iniinttllo i 1 ('01 I lid C thoUdusivtlv For powder magazine, seventeen thousand doli tW4) dollars thirty late war with Great Britain; and in all ca- ments of the Indians. '\t 0 are every day expecting
.1'1 \n nvfuts.,. ... iti.. itillV-nnt.. nnrtsof the i 1 t.. For the medical and_hospital! department, .. .
'- -- - i ro
:'1i..rr.: (rOI: 'viion; : !lIt/lit tlir 1ciCllilU;:; ; C17'lldc; 1- :COlli.be; .U I i For 7* wall enclosure of brick three yards high, one I thousand five hundred dollars aes where such evidence shall in his judge- to hear some account of the 7 )0 Alabama -

F : and to gu\n.l: tl.e 11I11.. f; c11ictuaI1y} against the iin:1eiIThs and half'nrt( or thick, as recommended! by Commodore For various expenses in the quartermaster'sdepartment merit prove the truth of tho items of claim, or troops who marched towards th:: scat j

,.,' ; :\ \)( UIItutllori..t.d i.ndrs i Iw has ill rUCltdi : a Dallas f four thousnnd dollars.\ viz : fuel, for.ige, straw, stationery, any part thereof, to act on tho same in like of war about the 15th. It was also n pqrted Ito
i & agla, Itl Bcostfln, New'itrk, Pilil.dclpilla, nllJttlnore For ordnance and ordnance stores, sixty four blanks, and priming : repairing &. enlarging barracks manner, as if tho proof consisted of such us that there wero 2 to 300 anue< : men, ,
tn fltCke salt to merchants and others of at the
no I and !
,the thcints to bcru- lll Svut/i fur i ae again. I thousand nine hundred dollars. quarters, storehouses, hospitals cantonnents vouchers and evidence as is required by e\is whites and friendly Indians, collected 11 Tus-

,:trCl; < ''uuutii-s: : I 1 fa pernicious: article in imituliun (ifte1)une i For defraying the expenses that may accrue for various posts ; erecting shall he occupied temporary during the year, ting rules and regulations touching the allow- kegee, 36 miles off; from these we ha/e yet

l Mixture havol-oni manufactured by Lu- ilie following( purposes, viz : for the freight andtraIiSpOrIatilil at such posts as and housesat ance of such claims: And that in the settle- heard nothing more. A force of ubo it 500 ,, -
.IS .COT\H tock & Cc Yfjk and scnf'/o Hit of materials and! stores of every deaCrSpiion including huts for the dragoons, gun
) of.New: ,
of : Gen.
Gulf of claims of other States tho United effective under command Maj.
and those on the ment of upon men, :i
wU- 'l'Jle inMcadof Rowu and the Atlantic posts,
r' IUlIllC lliuland : f for wharfage: and dockage, storage '
*;, tlC; bottles t.f the illlil ltiul\. The genuine ; of officers and transportation Mexico, with the necessary: tools and materials ; States for services, disbursements, and Elias Beallj of the 10th division, mirchcd
:*!.tlt may be had ,, rent ; travelling expenses materials the authorized furniture of the late war with Great Chambers and Macon; counties, lat Sat
f tile] ullu\\\ jug personsvm are cf seamen ; house. rent t for pursers, when attached providing expenditures during into
.fu.y.lgllIIS 1 ill this pall 4<
I. ViiLam, Jr. &1"11. General Air-nt, Tallahassee, pro"illCtl l ; f for funeral expenses; ; (for commissions! ; rent of quarters, barracks, and storehouses and encampments and proof, shall be received as is herein provided hostile Indians at Lichafoca town, near tho

f Ja)5 sC.l-cclcsUumcv Kerr fc Cn., Tliunmb\. clerk hire, office.rent, stationary and fuel to navy and of grounds fur summer l farm cantonments at Fort Monroe l fur ; lot in relation to tho.claim of Massachusetts i Chambers and Macon line-ho chad a brush::

J\"rr & Sl"' l'!>, l. li1il\s, agents ; for premiums and incidental expenses of including a on public letters and the validity of which shall' be, in like I with them-killed 2 or 3, and captured some

tl' 7l1ol\1\s) : Alexander. lIid\\town, recruiting ; for apprehending deserters ; far; allowance compensation military practice ; postage ol courts martial and courts ofl manner determined arid acted upon by the Secrelaiy 6 or S Bothers-among the latter, the Chief I :
for diem expenses
uanu, \VJ1UU1S jj. Co Mnnticcllo to judge advocates ; per packets ; of advocate.s of lost
) << martial & courts inquiry; including the compensation judge of War.Approved ; and prophet the town. Only one inn .
Tf';i1Carpcnt r, :\ll nwnlr.; to persons attending courts witnesses : extra to aide. The confir cd in
members and pay 14th 183G, on our prisoners are
of I
tllI,1 (Jf E. all the and stationary every I
tJte Barnard jr. ,-cu. will be on of inquiry ; for( printing uf the second 1
.. T sid I 1 Jytlcaln\'c\I I and working the lithographic press, .soldiers, under an act oi Congress ---=- -- ---- --- ,. Chambers jail Alter scouring the country
%_July 711 1R-.7._:4Rrfi and for books, maps, charts, mathematical and of March. eighteen hundred and nineteen of; expenses escorts- from the Missouri Republican. thoroughly during the time for which the men .

!Ifl/1 nautical instruments, chronometers, models and of expresses!; from the frontier posts compensation; to I10RHIBLE TRAGEDY.ST. volunteered; Ceu. B. returned to the Georgia :
01 laborers
.,II .,.z"' ", drawings ; for the purchase and repair of fire engines to paymasters ; hire of the quartermaster; and Louis, April 30. line.
in the/iflice
-S and machinery, and f for the repair flf of steam extra assistants clerks at 'where their duties cannot be At no tine since tho commencement of our r.Inj. Gen. S. A. Bailey, of the lOll divir
oxen -
: engines ; for the purchase and timber maintenance wheels, andorkmen's performed without such aid, and to agents in editorial labors, have we been called upon to sion, left tae Georgia line on Friday m< tning,
ai d horses, and l f6r carts, in the perform of SOO effective -half
of description for postageof cha-ge of dismantled works and perform so unpleasant a duty as that which with a force near met .

\'.: :letters on tools public every service ; for pilotage:; and lowing ance of other duties ; coffins noncommissioned and other articles officers necessary -. now devolves upon us. The stQry, shockingas ol( them friendly Indians-tor the purpose of

TED ships of war ; for cabin furniture fur vessels in at the interment of horses, and it i is on account ef the death of a most meritorious attacking a large: body hostiles, v\hc were

commission ; fnr taxes and assessments on public and soldiers ; and purchase to keep the man, and the probable death of an- reported to UC assembled!: in the Cheuackla

for assistance rendered to vessels in various other expenditures necessary the afterwards We learn that Gen. Baily tad so 1
property ; of complete, three hundred & other, and revolting as was spectacle swamp.
-I ftIIILj& distress ; f for incidental labour at navy yards, not regiment dragoons dollars. exhibited shall be briefly told. On arranged tho plan of attack, that his fnendly 1.
.... '* Ll- ._ ___, .k.,- nf\nr." .ri".i\n... .for... COal &Lappncaoie thirty two thousand.. r .J._ ,
'0 SPII --- /T? whilst *
drive tho I
10 an> PI'I..I'| of Fur the allowance mane to me omccra;: ior ne Thursday evening I last, about 7 o'clock, Mr, Indians swamp,

,r FBI ..,. .*.'s;;!' ,.. *".,. other fuel, and powder for candles houses and: for oil preparing; lor repairs mouds transportation of their baggage when travelling George Hammond{ Deputy Sheriff and Mr. balance of his. forces would skirt" it to prevent I" .

T of Landreths' magazines without troops, filly thousand dollars. the the hostiles from escaping.-.\\ e aax.ously
,L lerir supply superior pniden., to be built ; and for no other purpose on duty William Mull, Deputy Constable in exe-
t esh,; ?by and< flower\ seeds just received \varrented) for whatever ships three hundred and twenty one thousandsix For transportation of clothing Horn the depot of subsistence ut- cution of their official duty\ loft the magis- await the result of his expedition, while we r
J.::.B. PEllIONS. I Philadelphia: to the stations of the troops ; hazard in tho prediction that i i' they '
835. 30tfI hundred dollais. purchase and points oi trate's office having in charge a free mulatto nothing ,
) for objects not bereiiibefore fromlihe places L. M'Intosh of are found, Gen. G. will give a good a :count
I W&1. lJUV AL. who has iMi.ined to Florida! I II For contingent expenses delivery under contracts, to the posts where theyare man named Francis Pittsburg .
I. LtN settle himself permanently, and R. C. AL- enumerated.three thousand dollars. to be used ; of ordnance from the Pa. The p.igonhr had, Isometime in the afternoOn of the murderous rascals. For the piompt-
have required
the -. associated themselves in the practice of For completing the steam vessel now buildingat foundries and arsenals lo the frontier posts and the interfered with the officers while en ness with which Gens. Bailey nnd Beau;1 have
[ 81.J P 'hp.y and will keep nn office Tallahassee and the navy yard at Brooklyn, one hundred fortifications, and lead from the western mines to gaged in arresting two sailors for a breach ol acted in the present criss, they are entitled:
; will
the : practice in the Superior courtsin, filly thousand dollais. arsenals! and of the army, including the warmest grutitude uf their fello1/ citizens
I rrank lJea ?' nJeflersonGadsdcii, Jackson, and the navy hospitals near N. Y. the several ; I the peace by which means he effected escape to
completing landor
I rnl n tndm! the Court of Appeals. They pledge and Boston, regulating the grounds, making the officers when removing with troops, either by hire of the offenders, M'Jntosh was then especially ot those whose lives and pro.
ided tot to give strict attention' all business water ; freight and ferriage ; purchase or to the tender mercies ofthe
I to coni necessary enclosures, repairing the naval asylum, and boats taken into cqstody, carried before Justice pcrty are exposed
W6irmanagemenu WM. P. DUVAL. of horses oxen, mules, carts, wagons,
F cbruu R. C. ALLEN' and all other hospitals, and and the for building*, & sui for transportation[ ; of troops and supplies, and for Walsh and the facts being proved' a warrant savage bloodhouno t
13th, 1836. 7Lr in"s: connected with them, preparing

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,. *1 if t.. .I. Davis of tbo settlcr in ed in their most important particulars, and The Seminoles are now murdering and destroying ver whcthor h ward with csqu's or WaU.1 n:131cre.: w'lic' i:1'l desoJtellAbchI111.1\1:1'!
., 'Vm. one
I c : ,
: :;: the Tnllahassee and 1" :itfn the of jaml1ac from a -Had hc : ?
I' of nU8 el1'co. returned fremIi were considered decisive nc to fYuilty participation property near we riors 3ight i I passed thrt Jh that :J.
V. the
II ; : upper edge 215t. He inf rms Ui of Collins in the foul, llIun'ural (1eed predict that the day is claso' upon U5, when county Ice hlld dismcefully abandoned, he imn. : t he unburied remains of those Q'II\tl'let
:.. big 00 Friday \Vho
:: .-' place "tanding but S c\'cral concul rent rircum.l:1IIccs wet c the Creeks and th Seminoles will bf found agines they lIanweta in every bush" dido ''vIctims to hi, IInbe lily and have fare'
: that his buildings arc
r :'r: that the a8 )yct of Pierce A. Le\\'i, Esq. and l\lr. l)rotht forward, and :absttntbtcd. Ly di ini'r. united in a LJlocJY"lnd uncompromising wnr- n whisper tell him bat a certain great GenerII would! have tinged Iii cheek with misI1anaetn
,1 j ., dcstroycd. Thc c ted witness, deeply' impJicat1:1; { (('l1in in I I fa rc. l had also in the curse of a straight march suffcring'i inflicted on i shame at
.lI: ; hite, near by, are entirely people whom 'ha
.s. them last ,y cdnes( a)', the perpetration ii'': tie: murder II will sul.cc Gen. Woodward arrived last evening from to Tampa and back"scen an Indian in every trayed Ud il1sult d.- .He e be
torch Vias 3pplied to would hare
\ r; ::: ': presmniptive evideucc I TlIskecgee, with 8 Indians nul 11 bush his slaUhtered men might tell) 1IuSht! .L..
Dud oitrongiy (as
I X ot \ouse left 8tanding-c\'cn the hen coops to that a body filendly a major r.encra I, t0 s. en I himself t

J. ':;.::. 1 Wcre a burned to the ground. I was at the trial, brought .b.forc! (hey jIJi i, white men. lIe sttc that there i.i an encampment I and ltjluan Indian n every bush 1" Wheime hlrgt'd to resort. to : I, should be .

: ,:" = A bcleuing' to H; S. Smith, r who besltatcd not a moment u arriving at I at Tuske'gce, which can number i h dared to apply topeople of suffering Abeh- hood. IISreresentation and b

'j' :;. : J; negro girl I or the boil the about 700 friendly ndi.1IlS who I the "Cow stealers," did no l'chorespold
:, :J.4Sq. et our icwn who was tkcn; among other a verdict gllltJ apiust prisoner are perbctly U8, epithet, Our t'cutl\'e has Jeen

I -. "' :: ..1:.' 'J. .,. '. by th'i Indians I last 'rucslay I got nt. Ryan was silent ns the \'eract wng deIi'ercd vifling to.war against; the hoties' provided his own wo'd "daring falsehood 1" raise and arm troops .or the untiring in his tto t

'I.: negroes mornie n:1' cnme home. Shc I l but Collins loudly protestc1 his jiiC'I I they can be backed Ly 2 nr.300 white men. When ho seeks to depreciate the character try.-He hirs acted "is defence or the CCu .

!. ; .: ";I way oniFri'lay that about 100 01: he Chchatvs: oS I cence. Doth were immcdiatc1y ordered for I It Thc y wish to be sasied: th:1t .the war i a ant scn'ices of the .etfple! at large, could hc CODdUCting the war: c i 'i own responsibifilr.,111

i .ti reports Indians arc colleded in the 8 mile I Ij execution on the foHowinlolHl_ J\'. But about I popular l'l1easurc with the white: folks. see no gallant portim oftho amy he belongs force has bt a a crisis to preinspeciable 0:1. A. .

r ; i i-\; Oponney'i) havo e'cral.ucgocs and a two e'clnck on Saturday, i clergyman I \Ve hope they uiiy: ime furnished u ith ample t tu rescued by Florna l\Iilitia 1-could he see en 'tr nizet1.Jndtt ecen

j j (4;;.::;. swamp. They of plunder with them, which was seen in oarnet: cnO\'ersatin with the derflOI1tratOU.!! Xu man, perhaps, cnn be l no merit in the 8)irit and endurance with has been repelled fro: 1 the district..D, it foc{
Ii : I J' like
:1 t great quantity a when
; panic
., : : It evident from hc found well ;: ; this M. Idle! Florida defends,
rnan uf
f I : have taken from thc sculer j udge. wa. impressiveness so '1I1airi.- tl heat the friendly which the pqml3tion Country, ht
t t. j) they tmnaided willie tie E r
f the last bank at lloanokc, in which., of his manner, that he was ommunica- natives as ( en. \'lIcd'rrcJ.reare waiting unaided with mer. u mean, supported them' 'stern Ditrjct IIII k. I
: } ;:' .' : Since ) !
I j :, :; .: .. contrary :0 our first account some 2 or' 3 lsomething of painful intcre and of the I \'ith 1 great deal of soliciturlc for account'fronthe. J i selves for 3 long nnnths against nn enemnyLC solat'II he Unird:tnd aham 'nn! II in the very pret tt..

whites killed, the Indians 31C reported to I utmost impoitlflCC. The judge'c'tired to his I 'I! \' : \ ho went to Hoanolie. / with unbounded means and as nobl.: all ; States' I 'ldiers I ? Bu who laks:
were ,
:. : : : ]11a\' assembled tlcre in a large body, and for- : chamber, and by his order to tho-heriff stay- It.vc cUIIIlI hilt twOIthlt: they had met the army as ever entcnd the lists, has been lIoa- pa n iC.i ? I It is Grer I SC.OTT,-1 he ffi1n,,o Iu

I !' .;" ,. ;.. titled themselves in one of the vnrchou5CS. ed the CXCutiUtI for a fortniht. 1n th' meantime !I I enenw" wc hould! b3 satifkd of their suc- Lie to meet or cope with 1Vhcn he dci ivies tll.tlh'r/J a mnn.'cr )f his o'\n: creat Jl1.W;!

;.a'.,I .. Their object, no doubt i: to keep tip a strong som mot singular isc1Eurrs wcr< I cess.I their flight for the securyty of their families but himself ever FfRtD the YeltIc.'r.r r';:

I i .f : force at that Poiut on the Georgia side, to re- made hy Ih'nn. The mayor ndlf\'eral; .ther does no twang cmscitnce admolll.ih him, April, and that, Un, 'n the verdant shires

-, ;.'d. .. ( "I: .hn Iver .hp fljflflPth :..... "..tPo 11\ 11attendance. 1ya accounted I I I, Tho r.llo\\'ill i: copy of a letter rrornGo. 'lis lie har caused i lYhen ho SpCftk.l oh1iank gltnious lby of TII pa, ur fancied tnlt h O fmj I ,

',\ r:: I :;"hICh they desire taktiz rom the so clear: for every ciren .:arc: that: Clay, to Gen. .\ _\IJC'rcromril.! dated; i does nothing point him to the \Yilhla- : the! breath flf pctik! OC, amid the spicy set! .

-! :'," : 8eUlers. \Yhcthcr we shall be able with our j alt:1ched: stIpicin to 1)Cor ('uln'! .mJ af or. III.AI) (QU.\ItTt.US, coochy and ask \vhat brought him with lilrevcr f:11I: her huwc '3 of myrtle and slh4r-

I ..: : : pr rcnt. force, to iSlppoilit: them rctiiiins to't I ded Fuch a duo to in'esliate md to test thtrut } \.110 n .
? bUt
f dontomerv, iliIv ID, ISaG. such haste and confusion to the conclusion I ), aim, C.nih. have fUlcled t that the'Dr.

t ''. he tllcJ. 'l'o-day (Saturday)) 300 melt frollli I of hi aHw\'crations; thatoot aof' hiIl1\\ Sir-Your: of the! 12lh inst. w;' s received by of his march, when a gar'-ison of a f&w Lmvc MON .Ftcer uwdt t the sf.nrts or I the 41

i ; .: I' C1umbus will try the CXCrU1)Cfl. A part uf i douht could rest on their nods of the pcr-I I II I nl'lil Tuealoosa Floridians there his We"a, ..
,; :; '' at just as I W.I ahout start- Ly or'ler, were lost sIght L \Yilhlacoocce: whose \\'atef3

?. \ ;' i ,, them left 'estcrday Ly land, the balance this I fct innocence or Collins. "he (locutmten1the I I I i in:: to thi' plII'C: 011 tht' Ii itf.it: : of the 16lh: that If anti left as atcgacy to the eucl1lY 1 AII'I to o\'Cr their rocky ItCt in cryslfe anc'"... tt
4 : ofning! ill naval order: ste:1l11bolt.. evidence the triad l lIltl ho current bltt..
I : :1' i on UhscqlH'nt L j: nf th: 1 3.h inst. has this Ir (11it: : hcc'n receiv- conclude when he passed in rwiew the event: ocean, ur could : ny but a jaundiced: ? t

,j,. I 'I"L L I IIC I investigation, vcrc' laid .heror he privy coon (,d. I had h( fire ohlinl'd: such iufol matinnn"4 I of the last six months, and notel} what he had I trJ MsffJrr led to Rta gn cit pots, those eye F e

_:.. : : L j cil at the castle of Dublin. I: the mean hint to iuJut; me to orch'r int') he fi..it: a Bat.1110:1 I done and what he .fwd not dOTlt, 'Iid no genlleI abounding i:1 Florid I whirls deep 1 1I1lir.i

'. Ji mounted iilf.tnlry: in the lear. As iOOn ai we I the sentence of Collin ; was ropite"! hut : frm11 spring up; fr, :
; III ,
; first Di\'i iou, anolhcr from I I I'riendo1jmiticc reply in his own S'yl pity that fathtt'iialie 1 :
: hear from them we will lt our readers knoI. w I law was allowed to take its the ,. .,1 I i (llcplll l. nw ar6d t10w off Iastreami nav .
;. : CUlre mu 1 ; ; I r.
t t.c elOI1 I. nn::h a ;t"'..:i Il1Cllt from the 4th VII any! "people" should have "tho tl1iirur1une"lu : FEE '
the result of R1'I.n i Sl, CO\\ ARDLY
'.. 3 I ; leVus brought out u the !cm11J,1;: I \'!:iOfl, -.It( I I IIHlIlI1le,1 him; iitrv) in H'I.tiiolA: t'thi ) have amoilg them "such" a Gelit.ml ? show Fl, 1
Last nigh {Frid\lY It l\Ir. Scott, wai was and there, few I call ibdf in a OIl.'Qld besiJts
:,: :4. I a mmnents bl'fiJe the ttlal rop", troops bclui i e ol'll'retl( to bl hetl in readi- More anon lUr. l'ditor.: wrys ILl: !
; confine iu the jail 3t Girad Oil of was in tim lXGfr'n the S/-1 "YOL1; Ru1"LES.
$ adjusted
LISlLfiO I Jf the sh'wi
; presence :
L( ;. '. ; 111'frolll tic. .jth! and G:1:: Dit.j :in.; There A CITIZEN 01' F.cp.m.
.t... being; accessuy: to Indiaii deprctlatioi W:1 : !the mayor of Galway, and the ta.1philto'r: Iw! ; Did lIot tue 's"h ion and ahtandoimmentachiua I I
lit? >: I : will, in a short tune, be from :230U to 300Crticmi t -- .: : .. --pFLO111IMAi otj. II
: -- !
cut out and made hk It is thought jaih, he again : prove tile cii ljll'l I
[ InJlrqllacy
escape. solemnly perfect I tbe}
p.. : .declard : I( ill the IidJ. ThC'ro i. 1I0W, as I henrihCr r!
I.. 'r*.i": that tho Indians ailhd him in cutting out' Lint I, innocence of Collius-"fhat h.. (ColiahaJ I ;; (', fr'm G l'U. n'illkiu nearly a Regiment: : J I visill: m Ide hy Gel e al! SCOTT, lot the Jeecce! ci I I

;- no 0110 I mows that thid is thl fact, nor i: Ihero neither hand ; tll fronllcr ,
,. .; ": act, or put: in the 11IIrder; waIaunche :, i: under the cOIl1I11'1lld of (2o. Jack ShaddeforJ I a g.mnm e at the map \TeuMs:1: h .
: rny positivlj evidence that Scott tn'orc the I into eternity, there to for hi I Icrime3. m rn warmest admirers dtt the I
f nswer
i from
.r''I.' : this (the 61h) Eiviion.) The B.HallionI : ) Posts wlncb: he SoJ 1

\ ,: t." -. 1nditn.--;-. I I Collinol was brouht Oll orthe "dead j I .c._.rn. _.L._ ;1"... ((;('".., .1..r.\j\. .. n: \ ;,;.. ... I I.. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. I PlaPOtis'.Y: ermunier I t. s, d Q not contribute} in If., I 1I
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aJi ':'UII UJ'.aL I1I :
'j! ;;' .: e learn thi: fllOrflhg th:1t a n( ro man i room," r condemned cell] and iriless than a I nllW, or shortly\ will Ul', on,7) thc march! to the I -- .- I least, tn 'hat!, ohc-: .They aj'e uit on the l 1Li,! j f
J belonging to P.ld Cara, a frk.ndly Indian, month an order down Iron I I011 General Scott !-\\'e pubuishto-day. order ?
I' '' ) cune the castle theatre: of war. I have al! o made t fro 11 tia, bu ex CI d from it to the ncJrlb.t Ib
H Wa shot near thii pjJ'c y'et3Idt: )) l\'cr.ing i for his unconditional liuera ion The i .In..I. r' No"is, of General SCoTT.-ln noticing tlli cxraordir.ary Il. ditalicl rom 1
.. PIrI ttt1i5itiui C lpt" I IirJlII of tll' U. S. Ar. equal s the 51. Jt : ud ,

:.",."',.' while driving his mttui':i team. It i 13 exrenicly I man had-rcsumnetl, thruuhout hi: trial, iuensihic I :I'ua! \Iount I ',-elllnJl, for :WOO i.llditi"tItfI : t document, it i is difficult to employ: the of Mexico, 1':11: l ..) add tl their lr.e1lc .t'.'e. .1.1i
,." ( hazardous to out of of town to the awfulnos3 ,
sight IJlwuJfre
4; : ., .: get I of.his sitilltioll.Ii'r : mnets I ,1 or oJ- plCCCS of .\I'll.11 err, at: :' ,., :. o n uf Cummon ec'enc"-Thcrc is scarcely not one nf them J: re leave its tntrenchmet: ._ :
on theIauama side. Ti Iluli.lIIs, arc sl.at- ; h hi:1 Jiberation, a Jew pound.i werccoll'cted for a line uf it hat does not contuin falschod ..
'' The
'. : I 1' I st'ords, &e. ieil'ut tl' hattalh Jfi a t tirncr vhit) S IUI.IJ build a fence
i tcred in direction in ambUsh I h him in rm.:1 'mm throcgtc;
every Iing :cat":1 Gal enable hirr,
home I
"ellJrn i ea\'aliY. I presenlalin, or a wa uton cullllllny.-H mill"l of
his field
I "etit a -pcclal ient, who will r ea' il1b t he sides etpo3ed
: clj' ti glut their enmity :IUY'IJ and enter ltg'lin 6tn tll:11 life of ,
upon may : illdustn' finds
OIJ I .ach 'tl1l'rc himself invuh'e.l) in irretrievable! and
disgrace be
to and
Le here
... : fall I probably with exactly on a Jar with General SCOtt I I'
; their A Jew which anJ
will ,
; miight: :5mcu a man a and -1 children
.t dcpmde for iuI I the arm 5 by .1]ondtv with till tiiitigniiy: of :4 demon, would drag down! would!
Sundy: have
1 : .:6'. and hi wife were liillod only ono mile frowV I port. ; night, or at tilr. as hint!: n 1 on Ie be surprieJ, that .
': tf his own level, a whole peope! who have been his !
; the bridge. "he old lady W 1: shot down in thl't.If neighbours' pis:: s mould make incursil U:!

10 .;: ]her CO\\' pen while ni1king.I From the Columbus--llcpublicClHeraJ.. I houll go n9 finthcr, I shall remain I di.treed ami(4 deceived by ltis incompetence and '! h hgnorance.Did cornfield: iR si4 1 to! his !fence, as GeneralSccTT, ,

(;ol. hN at 1,1:1-t. till I see t'\ smmtaeemit force in i he expect us lu Vitfleb5 in itnce: : that: tile Senlir.III sh .ud!
: ', HicharJ.on, at th; head of 26 'obntecri SJturd,1\, .1Ul.. I plunder the.clluntrv. t.1

...., 0 :. from Capt. Nuchol' COl11pal\, (which is I! The h0:3ti1,: Indjmns arc til1 th the field .tll,slIhdllO tu! en"muv; aflJ if I hcI '! tilC massacre uf our f llow'cith'l'ns wh" had hCtn i the right and left I r Ii dine tlf postsl-!! .Ilajsm

'.. Et:1tionC'd the river. fe j : : commie alr.1J !d I, tIm I It a:1: :ctthutiL t : : I I tiree i: siIii'ccsary 1 t disbanded anti disarnid hy hi: tlillrily, alill ; been estabhishrd f tlc,
on a \ mile : :J'JYE Cot : forest in pursuit: of plundpr, ,!'j : Ih I um tlllaclIochee! to t t
: p"oj1prl. : it will be ,.: !'Ii Jdtllcrtss.! HIIlIlllt, : : notice ,
ordered : tticnil. i
: : ; )umbu ) wCllt out out on a t-LlUI:; : expedi. ,; and !iC5 ore continually laiill1; t1 acriticc toJ I 1II1mcdi..ul'1v to St. .J"Ii3!: Ie! tr IpS .t.W in East }'lcuird3,prv8.;

,: 'i.'.. ion Jestclrla\-The did n' \e tile enemy, 'J. their Lnta1 ambition. On the nitt tH.f.He i: omit. I v'; nf te! savages ? Did nut the kt:1l11f: t tour tied I'I: fJwh! : 01' the a had been n.1unled" !

r,:. r, : but) found frl'sh ills; in :(\',''id p1 iCl'S, and ,, l la.H they went to the! plantation 0' PllJdy: Carr I Repectfulv! zc. : L iJrO'ir.rcs! CUIIisl:: in their trull.1 and Wi1S it. have bten aLe: to -Jmt 'ct die frontier,and Aacit1wuuJ I
1.1 v... ;; took a IJonev belonging to tho hostit,'S. The" a friendly Ir.ditn: and after doirmgrnui'h dam- Gen. ( ; C. 'L\Y. t tI 11101 lllii, \s Iich: goaded JJim heyund tile' rues! ofl I : trot ody! h: "e L en: saved, hut wouJ! La':, IIp

j ...J think, from \..t.at.th1 saw, that the Indians I I age to his propel!) in various ways, they tokaway' A. Ab2crombrlc. CIulllbll. Gcu. I prupriely, and" caused him to u.e language sai destitute .. till ni.heJ one liii:' ,!rce mounted men to aid in e. b

,rki i have out their pC8: In every direction to se- .. with them I every negro he r 'Jsscs"ed; iaI I of set: rcspect, and so ulbeclnlill :1 gen-;. i&nding le country. a

-o .. .: cure them gaiust the approach of the "lutes. alt 77, mon, VOU1PI! and chil.l:1. FROM Till' ST: \l'GT :: r': ;:: f H.I.D.Qui I era! in chiief! 'iais murder has pr.duceJ a feimg! General SCOT
I I m. TLe i : 8p. aks of two fItc r
:r.;:. '::J Gen. "'hitr.ith 300 ml'nill leave this 'I'lH'grfes they hive secreted iu .. .: i' if th.! .ir'swarnp La!. J)211S t lilt jJud.'i'e, iL'. ,':: ::.i ell'mmI I; 1hrlmt.nllt} Florida! tl'U deep 111 be expressed Ly : soldiers to p".hJ on the Suwanuee.Tehiave companies

i i.Fi": : to-lnOrr\\, (Sunday) at 9 i'clock fur the, pUrI fdslenccg, and ridou',: c'1u1t in the 'l'hie[ f'rezoing "..rr. .; n-nrlk-TIerc is but tlllt united voice of te! reu- I nnt arrived, 1nJ ilji !: V.S.
maxim :
I I i j' ..!: IJcie olattacking the ludlJu stud to LJc in Capture, RS one c..titlt to r\'itt; pm ail Carr b-onght .tilor, wa. :: pIe in execration uf the dOJLe! injury If treachery :. of his n. measure ccr.stlced: topart
frrcitly tu miucJ plan del
"ti. my t\ 'ii 1 lii for110011 ,- i I nee athted at tllecllSew: (
the mile
; swawp.c I hiking a very wealthy Indian: amid rQ entirdy .. alld rIl11.
a .. I the .. .
: pubiicatllH1
I ti' I can. 3igl-! lie : Jme remark willl! lathe
pHP'fIII1 pl
.I"r II
.. Capt. Carns with I'a\es to tlay friendly with the hilr.s an J I \o taler ip :
: 1.30 men : I I.j as to :1s50ciltc with k Irom (IIIC conmnIfIm1itm: ; (. !m.tr&l; I uf f" ::' lorc I I II than the :23,1 If April, wc prnour.ced ertiptoyment f tilt steamboat cc that ri..er-

'L,1 '. to scour the Upatoic swamp, on this side of I tham nlnN cxduSi\'cly. \'cJIlllllcer company I ill Fl.rilla headed HUrder X",. ( s : the rcpnrt, that: General SCOTT was about 11) ter- j These .
; : met mv' measures 1Ia'I.: Jeen fi.rced on him,b1Pu
;;1; :. the river, \\hcre Indians were seen ycster- : cfmountcd men have proceeded to Iloanokl' :; p llIalrhat else tl1I' ; l1Iillalt I he ci mnaigu. :15ithout fiulldatiun.- I lie ,
; .IlIlutl' and
mIJZI'; ; opinn He ca 3rllitits wnich have over.whdrned
6 f' ." 4, Jay.a l1uder command ofIaj.! 100\.trd. 1'li'y cOlllJ have iuduced this ; Thnc days atil'r, the truth was tlrccd uptn us,
:.. We hone tu be able on Monday next, to amount in all to about 400, and from lxtr.wr.titary prodllc-i with ; the: cmt ltrv 'v his mirnnaemet. t
.,. appealrnnel's : tion, thc startling ud: fl'artz1 Not ; tI
.: readers public fllll-t t he at a lu-s t:) CO/tit. reality. a sutdieras t He says, that .Iajv .HErLE'l1Y will Clmnt1'cate ) ;. I
give our the rCfmlt of"the sever II exJ are wcll prepared to meet a sivage: : That I sane mind could have \'C'nllJred \: in all ."Iiddle l Florilli, beRveen liS and the erie- .
It, they ; freely with .
foe. t 1e vernor of the -
I peditiuns now on foot und we I g ternwry.Ve
anticipate It can !harcc IJdit\'c .' : mv. -The frontier
; .
"' : \'iewin it was eposed and dcfenceIcs.Our .
'.: as the raing ; ;, \ know that Getter I SCOTT the officer HIcdmrn3nd
6 ood account, unless as we leal' the enemy The Stcamboat Hyperion, Capt. Baker ha.ving : or
nf:1 mm: whll:11; th Fa supply ur arms \\as haUglcd :
f te. ;
U0 lie hv Iii i In arming .
: P' has
: hal1 get wind of our mo\'cmeut and lea\'o on board 100 volunteers wtll equipped J n pt' :ili\.ety required t rs dos5.ithe :
6 I 0\\11 fuily, tie\'IJil? tu ruil: they Iinv ue let the Georgia \'ountccrs'hu! riO ICJuner arrived at ;
6 their left the ,\harrIO 10 : I Secretary of \ar. -HaJ General SCOTT COr.1'
and will
present positions. ( ay, 1)JJcccd (Jo\\n the :
I tile
111Y theatre
e.xhii'.iiton.-Iu If
it ; ; any :her of ; war, tf: :l they wa uuIccremntniously ;
the river ag far ns Hoanoke. The f irc by ? f'Jl11t I his pI; Ili to our executive previous u
: I l': .C Thc innocence 'f'a .)Ian cOlldnnned to dig ilr 43 i ik. land: and that by water, will meN nt HOal1fJ.' I I.I I1l'W lor: : that wIII.h: pn'sf mmt. II I- I.e workitig ; di'chJrgeI.-\Ie el11crs Jrried in quick !: the termination 4 1 r the c1Inp3i; much projJer:!
) IrIII;
a succession fn1111
it iiI(
\\1il im fakJ AI"chua
hours dliil''uJt to hrillging illtdliIICC !
i .. prol'idtlliially diromeaed. I -and lithe Indians still have { siiol1 flfh.t dp.ei i and many lives t 'uufJ! mace been saveJaswe1h"
j 1's ( whrtwr! it .
.. e 1I111'5t d'>opr\'ts of Jaiy! assassiutions ar.,11ilUlol
The and
j fullowipg c.lse is illlHuiited tu the Jul.- contempt orindignation. : murders, could
there have
.. i ; place, uill ue n bloody Laule. \"c. hat :ime n provide the ceaorc .amunicated
6' : lic furnish I eard lhJ UHf'r rccki'ss. inlr for arms to dcll.-nd themselves
as a striking iataiie uf the fhhi-. j hate confidence ; with.lnteigeumce l
$ in the of I nce.-Thrutlgr out h has h3tg!
oJ I every ability our i nl''Ss oh'truli imh : preserved :1
: \ hi211 (
i I 4 .. : Lilitv jururs; and as strongly inculcating I Omen to Among the ruimb! of n lI1ar\.J, and thep.1i i : was, in the mean time, received of the : and t.t I
eonqu.r. r mlr its contemptuot s sik. ce rl\\"art our executlvt'
nf -traill
t.t 1 .. the justice and of the ility time t lijrmnei tlllst: ue su- aualhlullment of Captain HOLLO UY'S i
allowlUg coniniaumIon
.. murcy I citizens who went down the river on I.lJr,, amid \'t.'t it i- -Ou I Ii is arrival IU F st Florida, :1i1er themounaccountab
I p ; ..: .: ted "a longer day" (than the I Iw at prestnt I Ii hack to notccd prcnlr i irnpos-iJlo! n'lt 10 mix \\'ilhlacuochcl'', and uf the decision If the '
: 6' day we : Judge Shorh r, Cot widl this rCI.Jill! 'Jlle of de ; If :t' d -b\'.;, li is first actwast) dLsbti I
: grants him, Lefure its tinal J\tbe carriJ iutoI p iraigllation wht'n c.Hmcil of war .1t F..r Dane Ihat i
Seahorn Jonc Gcn. : no relief could
Abercromlie! and Co!!. 15 : and dszrm the( I rocI OO:1stdthat
I I COLiSjdCLCd 1 ;de source Ir0H :'lt lluriJa militia, ,
J ts hil I. lIe
J ; cxecut16H1- ; ailtrdcd.-\Vluite
: time
I I:1id public mind ;
HepJun: the last named was stil
jli i ; gentleman acting a.: and the i nteiil loll e\'id'uth' : as COIJ as Ie I arr \'ed where General C.aLL
kJ n I:, \t the last assizes a rcmlIlahle: trial took to Maj. Iloward.-On the StcJIJlL'J j e.hi bits H Las it : thriling!! with horror, Jt the cruel fitle, winch !

r! 4 p1ace i in GJl.tway ( I t, come tlJ this, JIr. 1 l' "tor; that citiz2ns of : \\'aiieJ ,_. .a-" was, he woutaJ t "ctLare him, upping hun 1:7
the .
: ( 1.tlst'.. hr
reland.) bt'fJre \1 r. Just. there waS:1 norti. In of.. Ihn.. \'ntllntr. .. ...to.,.. ""m.. I y ro --- -- -,-H.'p' n.."..", "'In..n n.ft'U 'UUI.IC'IiIV.I .L L unJ' Dr.t't : <
-- L' he in tmJ-the.UJJe: !
.v. i latp.5; uc
, arc to iusdtcJ cClmmanJ t t" Ie! l
t. ; i"j iicee Burton i : hy the ) : troops
aiti; a highly espoctJblc jury of manded hy Martin. very sert'll1ds OLIt in our miJst.-.A hut and \calpl'tl .;
Jrkley was
Esq. now a re1'5i- tht.y t 'r tie 'ilm err
: el11pClY it rth hcJr tWO
the count The had PtLs I II ea CJ/Iwt: :
created enough
.' t ) case n deCp dent of Tenncssee. These ; nay at one plantltbn.-'I1It next
: Mr.
) matters GORMAN I
; arc morning a -
I .!' .1 noticed too Illllch, sir; th't: ih u. I.Asia t\fO said d 5otbc u;
sensation ;in the of the people this unhoitunate ilg--, ALEX.lSDta,3
r who
part country to show the encf31 was
whid1 tit the
spirit ut .
: prevails scene f.
: Territory 'II :, outrage, General )1aT..-
occurred as of I : h.l'C bee a hurtllf.ntd SCOTT, n rega-i to the Seainok'
being one peculiar atirocity; -c\'ery man IS willing and auxioll:5 to do his with all horrors was dangerously \Vlluudell, and immediately at: f.ti
und or a which I Nu \Viii the fl'Jnr.G'sI ;
attended with circumstances thc war the FcJeI I nbc see : tl divide with him
citizen ter\VarJ
Cf t
1 duty, or not. :1 boy tic
t. I I ral interests neil their was murdered and clI e len I 1.13J .
most revolting nature.- Early in thu month Ij not o\\'n, has engendered I mites distanr.-It of the c.1mp:1Ig'1 ,-Lk.: : General GTLS I.e
I is
1 that that the tied I
ufMarch, 1S35, the body Qf a female was I : their lives an'! their property !houldI to Monticello people either bUried at the So uh! bure! earned by the ta!Iocr n

"I' found in the river SuncarIay 22d. I h)CCiiflC the.victimn nnd the :port of the : or TallahlSot I man iu the J and conJuct camealIlo:11
; adjoining the town h"ld No movements of interest have scalp- : of 'hers.-Like him, be p
bCI made 1 knife ; neighbourhuoJ, capable of
,6 6 of Uunmere 712 < IJ: l torCh that Ih the bearing arlni.rtiI.it'.
in the mnimnanaua
County orGalaway. The to day. Gen."hitc's which I us, s\\'olil'n will: pride amid prfSl1mptuoUg) glol"all f
: tJOOpS were rally the fefcllf'.e (
1 l'Xpectcd md ut" the
i IIICllt u
t. I illlhcl'ilitv of the
: ; head \Va! dhcovered a few Yanfi from the uoI to have crossed the river General ill coiionad country.ViihttV .-Likt hin", hc hiss treated better :1ndbnn'rllIen
; : dr, severed LJhmt arid tal:11th J m tile} should iJC cxpoed to linger in the I ill () hours after the receipt of tie intehhigence anJ IiIi
appa.entiy by a instrument. thanllim Jud Clmtempr
woods in pursuit of the dill .t f, with scorn
I enemy, not ), pnduranl'c I in Tall:1haisee
:: .r It : oftilel misl'/'ics for a company oh'nrnunteml I !
was recognised DS the body Bridget Ryan. in i con equenco of Gen. howe I' all in ctinilc I men h like him, where he expected h:1rvestofgwry.t
: 4 SuspicIOn immediately fell un her huLan receiving period yet tll come 1 r'as not ..11 this suffi, were in pursuit of the enemy_ who would, douht. I has '
orderi reaped harvest uf shame !
from GO\
pcr'mptoty Sehley, not I il'llt l less have
to been
: wilhollt the
addition captured had
tlf ,
Michael she a nediatecl nut Ihose I
Ryan, dS was seen in his cross the river until in- gallant ,
comp such time ,
lS the hJI
6 ,.;: ?. ny the evening before the body was found dlld rafted force had arrived the tt suit? \\lwre was the dignify( (If the 'lltltJ.itall men lieeui drteJ from the pursuit hy false intd. I The Gcorgin Courier is one of the fc'v p3 E!
,1 '" ;. ::. ns ho had been often heard to express his dist tier which we understand will Georgia Irun- GClIe' fli! \ hl'n hI' deserl'ded toJ ';; inOIlC : h Ii cnce- \s it was, time Indians escaped with dif.ficulty which have atti mpteJ t.. sustain or jUitiy Gcr.er.

: :.; like and hatred towards herhad lived for iome i 2.40Q. amount to I of his public acts :a rtls amid iiidiscrjiiij- leaving behind them, in their flight, their I. )l SCOT1"-I1 j difficult! to decide which is fltremarkabe

I ':. r j 3., time before this sad occurrence sepamted from Gen'Js, Bailey and Beau uc note ;assault SpOil a \\'h"lc" h.fly of people plunder amid the scalps they had td\tIl.-Filie 'I its consummate i.normce otciiy.It D1tnJa'i I'
actively which
<; ',' Jt % bor. lIe was arrctcd arid rctancd in I engaged tt ould IHl\'C hisgraced III''ril'st Lrawlcr thousand dollars were raIsed hy burning briann3 4 d
: sllh..criJ-tiull in
: cu5to'ti in the upper part ci the X: ation -- tw! h 1'ht're i speaks or the of f'

: tly till ttto Isuc ofthe coroime' inquest should l latter entered Jhallllwrs awl Iacln Soldier WtS the muglllllimilJ of the Leon county, tl enhit lint Lmun red men f 1r six ; of a regiment tint reibsed 10 act, wllie! therdtmander' oJIn

+ I --r \ 1 '! bo made known. From some hint thr the COtlllt.es when he sOl/ght to mack at the mifiJr1IIIIcs ulOnth's, besides a draft of every fifth frieflJ'1 In
wn 161h :
on inst. mitid few
had a h-ush pith the Ill.ians t man was was oblilctltl\ resort tn I $(

I J.t: J out by him and others John Collin was also The result was 3 killed uul 8 : : : h hedamong sunk amid in outrage the Ihe fee!ill ofa coml1unitj' made f tir time public service.-Io the mean time let dlans as substiti ?ics The editor will besurpnitltn
lr arrcstcd. A the l'l'lhs of disrc.'s! 'Illd it Le 01Cc
:4l. f jury molt pectoLle in- r the IInmber that were Cilplill It its bleeding i remembered that those left :1t home hat llu learn, perllap :, that Marianna h3snotevcnbctlI
1 '
: J habitants lJunmoro every pcre here \\'us the lies I CcSl
: were sworn, evidence Iwzzcsiy of tn discharge less beer.!
the Chief sCdrcely
i, was and Prophet of Lich.a-ru-c3 the when onerous than those attacked, aunt th It Jackson cl1unlY has al\Y3Ys
j Was I laid before them sufficient man ventured to borrow color in the I Sle
to justify their Town. fur field, fir IUH :1 soldier has been reserved fnr fijremost t common J' ,
tu tlm ish its fir the
r3 j jlil i! bringing in 8 verdict of wilful murder against where from .ta.lschoocl( ?1" or to say the l"a3l, the def nce nf eilher Quincy or TllItll3ssce.-! ,.! cnce.-1t asks vJ.cre qllJta the FI'JriJians .IJ t af.e! h,

tl.l'1. .l\lichacl Ryan, aided and assisted John dw caution of -:1I1ty:: when lh\lsc false- All t have the were r
by frontier rt3ot
l\Ionda gun aud the the
I citizeni heft l last in
l. 23.
I. Collins. : May hfJod.i wme uttered in the midst campaign, XCtpt a few plunderS Insc
They were, thereere( immediately Ala Indian very ofa peo1'10 arc constantly called
youth from the ranks upon to di3charge and penIL'S'Dues
of fricnd. pelice and
I : ,f t' i wll'J.o lilllliliar knowlc army, with Opu 10 secure negroes
:: committed of
} facts
(0 the jail there to abide l could
county Iy Indians patrol I lew t t.1C
was dcspatched to the with may have heft the that !1II
::: their trial. On natton It Cluce detect them, and who, country, not this ignorant foplinC know, ,
J.'l' Friday, July 24, Michael ltyoj. a i view to discover if the indignant as but more whose buincs3 calls In '
possible urgently them
number of
first aniviog
; t an and John Collin they arc, ho l11iriht,11 hive away act or Gt leril SCOTT. on
were accordingly arraign hostiles and ascertain it old CXpcckoul are still waiting to defend the '1
. : \; I ed on the chnrg of the wilful murder of llridI. of orany nut hesitate to cXtJose 111":111 1 And 'thcy shall services he country, "hfJulw thEir countr% was te dscharge and disarm the fl.nf : tnde

!1 i .... get Rynn.-Tho court hou2e at his party were willing to come ir-tlus o ue, sir, in uittilig season, and with ff"t. required.-Even the ladies, who have Eat Florid .-Dies not this slave of sarthi de"i
Galway, was youth returned'to this len have in
Ilace 011 gene most instances
'etclda.r, and For the ,
i it is protection 1 "ho himself
crowded to prcsmt[ crJt to creature, up bdyandS
excest-every eye was strained reports, that he went into the nccl'sary o.I} 1II' ;le 1 !-Let General SCOT ofer
.r tilt than
Camp give the
: .h. to scan the countenances ofthe two that tile Statements of the Order are up authority to what he COO :l'ive a party measure, t3 ofga
hotrle flS
prisoners Indians which which he
is located made
UI1 his
I 1'F in the ahout thiny ullfouuded IS the slanderous statement, or the who made such daring .
"r public mind their doom was already fix- miles horn n.sperious are foul; antE it br"e men efort lie
this the stand convicted
tt place on Big Uchce or wilful
creek a and
I ;, ( ed, as front what had transpired at the inquest -thnt the number there assembled ahalll.'wrllJ be! so( P'OL'cel. I will only: hp.ro malicious c.IIUIUny' throw.succour nto the camp of General Ib 41

i 4 ;. I there could scarcely remain a doubt on the 4 to 500-and that he did was from ask; Did no bmw promptings of malice .lactate were I the fe! J without pay, and aguD:

... Inini of the malt iDcrcdulouti a. to the not ice any who this order? Was there no mixtultj of indjcttvepitc The report which the general speaks of as having wishes of GCn II SCOTT : and this is one rtJ ofbv
: : 1jJ' t oi both the pri.oneri. The evidence offered guilt were ii' their posed travels to Le had friendly.hurried These ladi.ens i. in the feeling tt hich lroZnPtcd its produc been originated fC by a gang of cow-stealers," why that ill fated county, has ban abaodoDe. '

,I* to sustain the every hUlJe OIl-thc spite eta spirit disappointed was started by a single individual of bad chiarac- without tender mercies om
". prosecution, Wad, as is frequent 00 both the old and roads amid dis4atified : prutect lon, to the
new and
1 ., in such cases, purely cireumstantial; but eve all the which, have destroyed with itself: \'ctlting humidly It:: venom her) and Colunel FiTZPATRICK and Caprain SHANNON exasperated an l cruel foc-Does Ie Dot kno\ I J

,;: ry part ofit was 80 well connected al to con- way. propcrty fell in their upun all that have witnessed its abasement 1 so l tar from &I exposing the darin fitlsehotd," that Florida, w th less than.rhree thoUS3DJ mcapablc ,

tT 3. t stitute a chain o.f evidence as strong, as peraect A report has reached Ug, which Was it not the writhing! of a man whom his tcceived their infirmation from the inhabitants in uf bear ng arms, sustained the wit

8S conclusive, as could be produced in a titled to credit: that the Indians seems uhout cn- own filllures tortucd -the raving of a mind I that vicinity, who considered it wholly unworthy tltrt.e months almost without aid ? Does he. '
; lire itw
r .it .: court justicc. sell- own disgrace cnluriatcd l lVhen is said' of credit, and best dciPe
ding their vomen. children, amid such the [ we applehend that General SCOTT know that the I rnt dfcclive and
,, ; The voluntary statements which pJunderal people stopped not tu learn if fled I w s net authorized cornpJSC
they them was
Ryan they have stolen from tho whites to. i'lorida. ibm by to give a difl rent battalion in Gel era! SCOTT" army,
r1 made at the inquest before the coroner and :quaws" or warriors did the General I culuring to the Iran Colonel BSJDoes At"r
and when they are rid of these incumbran- l that actlon. Why does the Gen- of Floridians, a 1d commanded by
4 f two magistrates. of the country, Wele coufirmt Ibrget with nn army of 5000 men Bnd D I cml lay such stress this section of
ces they are determined to Ufight their deuth." seasolJ to .o. )crute in.. he was unable II on a single rube! report, and he not lnow; that 5C

to di.icol"I preserve a guarded iIcnce up the burnings and had one fourth if i it population in the publ1q eJi

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i ill rIi'e ni l ::ro i assure the public "that al the
t11sc en\'l ,wt'tl, I It. proper lime, kc-xva lies fuit'ur to the! South.-Both
arc navigable A
) .161,1( hrarJ"t the aiThir, at Dun- I he will prove most as I similar party: had, but a few days before, session of a
am informed Indians headed
.._ 1:1StfthC.I.ICJ'C\el conclusively-that in the and believe, quito up to their source, thrown the Miconopy settlement into cnmpany 1 y a while
, briliant! cxgae'fl of the f 10-1 performance "tho duties being like the Wacissa rirer from their heads. confi.li1 n. A ol the utmost man. They charged dIem with spirit, j nd killed: ;
I assigned rcry cow-stealers
him gang adroitly add- three of the Indians
1'1 CIClr.ChHEll', AJ.'n', I To the North and their white lead jr. The :
) ed
1 of the Withlacoochee
uJhkr "under his that
letter of and not far from report au immense fresh Indian
iteers instruction" to trail had balance succeeded in t
( :1fn01 I 'Id IC.sID the gaining the and
the Suwannee been. swamp escaped ,
be-Hire lies the W observed :
, G&I.Um', and acasaassa,which is likewise crossing the Tallahassee read ,
was survey the entrance "of the mouth of the Santa near leaving theirpunuerin pcssessio i of their'killed.
tljeir I success susceptible Fe
e :: SCOTT. in which: I I of navigation. The enemy will be found bridge. The whole country from .
. 'zb.e '. I 1 1o.la:3 \' the .Withlacoochce river, he did ou these riveis I Micanopy to Blark Creek :
' ,: '' the' 1at' i1ti'' c.:1mplI! eo more thaH : almost every reason to believe, instantly became mid I
It 'cdl rli covered la cOcl there, hut vas required of him- Iaj. R. believes that not in parties di persed" by the late operations, with fear. The daring falsehood was immediately HALF A DAY LATER FROM LONDON

. 4b1Xd" ll in the hammocks( I this fact was known but voluntarily formed for the greater of exposed by Colonel Fitzpatrick and Captain : 3.i
to St.'mr.o1t'1t11; to Gen. Scott at the time facility engaging Shannon ol' the who By tho arrival ofthe packet ship G adiator :
in happened
army to
that f
, klll been (lr'en with I the article their maraudingcxpedtjonv; hunting, plant pass r
"I'llrlr rl n'rlllifll1! referred to was submitted for pub- 'S.kkc In way, together with the motive of the pronaffators Capt. ----1 the Editors ofthe Cornier and !
f' Let Jim l k Cu1111rI J I4N2SEY! licalion any event, by means of these streams, I ; but the inhabitants Enquirer have received London
V3\,0l1rt. ; his 3Iaj, It's. report of the not could see nothing but date i of the '
expedition of
r stand tllIih" h) i' only any quantity subsistence, but any numberof an Indian
men who m eVery bush and therefore continued Evening ofthe 13th few hour
!' been I being a later .
iCLiNC' : having forwarded ;.
r" to' as ordered immediate. men also may be conveyed into the heart of theenemy's to fly.
.br lionet
in wllu! arc too than those received
the Pacific
I .
I \ by in Sun- t
'1JUli,; If OUlffS had I fariit'J-cl! him I iy after Maj. Read reached this place. country. The fnturc operations of this war, On this, side .f( the St. John's a keen suscepti- day. ; '
tthcn ntSiW J to be successful, must, I respectfully submit be blity .r l the kind London, Ap'il' 13. t tI:: :
.jl H. conducted same
** \ l\laj. desires the i prevails A small
tla' r.": ih:1I1.1111! : whet public to be further as- ol the part* The Nouvelle Minerve the djficit in I
: *k-rr w f* not with the very laudable view of pursuingsuch enemy lately ventured within the settlements I gays !
4 *'" ,..\..::* Urir, ,1tJ1\-- \.\'C !have nnc word 'j I IJ surcd that he can satisfy any gentleman, that small parties ofthe enemy, as annoyed the armyof A company ol regular foot was promptly mounted the French treasury, already'known, fir 1836 ';

k .""',ITtr., liu* ciouchiiis MTiphant; : at | he would have been justified in disregarding if Florida in its late grand movements, and ascertaining se.t. in pursuit, beat the enemy and secured notwithstanding the improved state of Franca ,.'

'..,"., )1" !C\\, 'r.-Lt1 Liinp re birc- not in passing over in silence! and contemptany their sex, but their towns must be burnt down, most ISow o.: the property the marauders had taken. ia 28,000,000 francs. i

1111I .t-i I Mi-o'-le! w!."> "Vtl' iiiado: l'\'rv( i and aiticle their provisons destroyed, their growing crops cut Jthoush it is known to all col people, that. "NEWS FROM THE FRONTIER." '
; $
communication the
.,. V1I" every or retnurkihat number 1
I '" 1II\t' tht'ir'! n, 'iut' 's'rCl" I II down, n-d lastly, their women and children must besought prater of the party were killed out- : "A very brisk cannonade was heard yester k :
a wa" Vu ; the author of'1''ulht// in the last FUr a like fate awaits :
..e. 111 I' and capturcd.-In any body ef L the ene! day in the direction of St.
I to Sebastian. .
I .13 1.1,111.1! '.\ si( rl\'rllm nt, attempting accomplishthe my thrt: fulIUV It was ;::
: (
: \-4 "I ida Intelligencer nay a panics rif
.' ". ':". ''I'. "Ir'. '?!f.l iwt :'\' their: own frontier, If nas ever made, can make, or objects above indicated or perhaps either of thrin, th. cointrv ; the inhabitants are still flying throughout to St.iULT.tuir I I aid that the besieged had made a gem roll sal t'Iy

,f .t1f1. -\I'r..c..J 11 uire thin:' their qna'a towards ,: hereafter be induced to make, calculated to the (1.( my might be brought to a general engagement, to Georgia, and S. Carolina. with their whole force, that they had at first :, '

., *" !Virmv. who I h ; .-.--been h.trlYC':111,1\ i aflect: his Maj. R's honor as a gentlemen or to render the result of which perfectly satisfactory to it l 'vhl'lI.! that no general, even with exten- driven bsck the insurgents toio1ited a_co.isi .lewly!* i'I r
::rt":IS: : the su.n'ed, ; present views of the diplomatic agentof: sire nraiis can cure a disease in the public raW; distance. but th.. .0
C'F. .,., infomjv"< sit ()!::'*.>r. chafing tin- \ icputation as an officer. the War mucn eagerness, simo I dclacamenta I
b': 3 '::1 ,1 Department, only one thousand volunteers, so gfter.il and u degrading, witlmut some mitt e t .
,rti:1l"I1: : >IIIIt.1..d' him know -- would be quite adequate-amply sufficient, especiallyif etlbrtoa ihe part of the people themselves. Thus were rounded and taken prisoner.!-The ; '

y -tlnt te! p:'(:j(1,111 i is astonished; ':I lacoochrc Block House, on board Steam Boat to be commanding general in which is deemed who Ik a without knowing whether they ran from under cover of the night." T

,"- 0.11,c. "' i'i\\\l cvrrv oMMtinnvill; be made j'!'I I J'inerva, so great a misfortune. do not hesitate, Sir, to declare squaws o- warriors ought first to have ascertained According to a letter from Constan: inople, '

.: ..","'C-,-:ijJistcr.N i i :' and lu ,tjiles.-In slnrt, :!! ST. MARKS, 30th May, IS3G. as my firm conviction, that one thousand men, the that rmterial fact. if they had turned upon dated March 16, contained in the Gan lan papers t1r
; : would have found the within
they case -
1 ri-'f' .-jwi:: If MYfJ; :mJ General; bcorxI'rifl'1 i'i SIR I -I have the honour to report I that the jrarri.son such as the! popula'.ion of this Territory,can even now the tncnv ear/ comp.nss of any three or 1. resolute 1 arrived to-dar, the French Amb tssador '. -

.J: : I' ( It CAMP M'LEMORE, have been rescued and afford, under the command of an active and intcrpriz- masters ind half as many overseers.out This was had despatched a courier to Paris will a long f'

1 1ill .51 f .t'G. _ 'r bronchi oil in safety. ing olficcr, will, if ordered to act in simultaneous and the ilJlil' and manly course That adopted was interview be had had with the Sultan. f.;

orciunvnMi.NT.: .-Tle expedition,] :, Tbe Minerva left this place at 2! o'clock P. M.22d co-operative movement, with expeditions by water, -to fly, o spread the' panic and to throw execra- "Admiral Uousstn, it is said wa Imitted i.

:-' r' rdltof s' '11.ln-I : on tl- I instant, and about the same hour of such as recommended, bring this disgraceful war to twns upoi the general who has the misfortune to to an audience fo; the purpose of pre renting f.: '

',, ,, (,1., rrlI; :1"or lllc | C:1pt I the ensuing day arrived off the month of a close in leu than three months, and lonj before the I mman(: a handful of brave troops. in the midst to the Sultan a letter. from thn Kin or nf th* ft: .
e the '
:. r/lllm\nhl: !! : .-: i'eu foiinnate l.(-\vtnd the 1! \Vitlac t! ochee River. On the evening of the I Til IEE THOUSAND GOOD TROOPS," so I of such a population.Not French, thanking; him; for the interest t le had I \
*.-The I little I haml offn.ct'l much desired, can l b<* brought into the field. Should -egular! company has been sent out of the .
cinsuiiH\ ; manifested in the affair
of f Ficschi's but
r\ ,r.- i ,he \\ lilt, tic! entire cu'rps amounting in all, to ninety Terriinr three from p ot : .
Cos'lr 11. il'Hl.J I it be ascertained that: that force cannot be raised from except, possibly Tampa Bay. the real .
.:\\\\1\ \\h'l' hvt: 11"1) eight men), commenced ascendingthe river in alarge '. our oppressed and harrassed country, an appeal to the Besides a strung garrison there, two companies object of the audience was to give to : .

t. ,. t (!-ivs. bv. .o\ : seemedir.cd : two are posted at Fort King five at respect to the sentiments of the English and t
I.ho picb.'ibSlitics t ; :
ii'i'iian the
\\i lo iill '. expedition, and before 1 o'clock, I preventing in an ilTe'ttial manner, those incursior.s,
Fort Dnne mounted U. S. at French Cabinets. He
; one ( dragoons) is said to have declared i t'
( c t.Crill'} ["tc', lis; Ix-cii rotcuod b\,)' in Hie morning, we had the pleaMire of! receiving which seem sometimes almost to : hrcatcn the exist ,
Oakland, six miles off; one at Micanopy, anda to the Sultan in the moat terms, ; '
.J-i.totn: : oM;. U rc.7.oi;': <.-'iuc daring: inrw .'! on L'm1'cn'' ; inmate of the miserable! structure. ence of the Territory. T 1C fancied unheaUh'ness! of twelfti! ) at Garey'd Ferry. that the most smcerefriendship| express; ertain- 1 I. r

'' with t K'ss luau: oie: hnti- -Tiic: distance: from tlc: bar at the mouth of I the the climate, can no I'Jllf"r be urged against the continual These Ibrccs ought, in the opinion! of the commanding ed far 1;
ccntiiuj; ( the Porte beth in Paris and London
( I ,
; 'both ils 1 river, is upwards of fifteen 11Ilc; \, e returned .cc of active operations against tie enemy in 'I general to give reasonable security to ] that all the f'
>r,' ii\or octup'.td en reports that had been circuhted of : :
m"r.anrt the Aljci-tia Sawannee f
Should\ be resolved and frtntiers-particulu-
; summer. campaign a
; the Steam boat upon .
:, to 1 t I, two mile perhaps without t the
has been ncconijilished) i it'one of mounted the object j of the armaments in the Frei ch and
ilik.11tht', enemy measurc"hicJ I would most respectfully, but earnest Iv or two companies men can ; f
bar by o'clock A.T.I. and .
eight were soon under .
be obtained to aid the of in English ports, deserve no credit and ttat nobody
14 hu\e bet'n nsloni&hcd) I ly ure upon the consideration of your exc-llcn 'y company dragoons .
T"NWii'Vsfcai') weigh; for the inotiib of the Suwannee, whitherthe ; the country between the chain of fixed thought of troubling the Porte ,
If ih' ,more.:,11 he accomplished at this season, June and scounng or
1he :1UJJl'i1y :lt1i.1Il1t.r' :
i "1'J'd\ hy LJlt,18 IIBVV directed to repair with ail ls. Measures have been taken tit of
3fl pos 1'1) encourage risking by precipitate the of
July, ithi liss c \ptnse of life and treasure, than at any step p ace 1 J.'
: : : del' tf lH114'd,' their pr"g!(' hib'e 41 I( 1':1 t(11.-\'e had the giod filrtulle not to any otlu r. It is notorious to all, who have observed the enrolment of mounted men, and it is under- the East. The Sultan is said to have heard I i."

:, \\,z1 ;h'O!, 1:01 am was tlc.J, hut i he filed upon. The enemy was nut seen in any. the operations of our climate, that May, June, and stood that.the His Governor Excellency is exerting will himself moreover in,the to this communication with great joy, and to '
,,.{1'c u\fi\ lictwci iroin the glory of the :1 t fr;>rce, ;in individual only having been discovered, July, a-e the most healthy months of the spring summer sameway.con.jilcte the means of defence', be requested to have requested him to inforn. his Kin hov t..

iti-itflt.: I i pel hap* surprized; on the margin of the stream I and *all. I In corobc.alien of: this remark, 1 have hire, on account of the United States, at Appala- happy he was to continue in friendship! with .J 4.: t ..
: afrrmlcJ' the river. in'll'llI"C:I seveial fires, apparently: thereof Indians'encamp- to coinnuir.icatt a tact, not :less interesting and gratifying cineMa or elsewhere suitable steamboat to cruise France, and how r.ecessary he thought it f

:'.-C\I'tJt'n! : : ments, were een on the South t side of the river, : to tLc humane; and benevolent, than it must be from (the mouth of Suwannee up tha: river as would be for all!! states, that the existing;peace \I :.

.? '.nd(i the in\uati: : ..jji un<'', lrucl( 41 i until it : <:ear the block hou>e.-'I be last attack received by valuable, in the future operations of. the. government.. far as practicable. One of the companies supposed should not be interrupted in any quarter." : 11<

". ,", :?: '!IC i i-=!::;iJn ivikav
!k h"tie.-Tk'ic ill'l'< t became, but one of (\:11.Iilit indisposition, though the luiscral embark, and remain on board of the boat. French Government has notified to Den Car. .
o.o- ISih inst. ;
:i i Is edifice had roof and the had subsisted On tin- side of the St. John's, the means of de
no on it, Men los that he and his will be held t;
-: '.a III'; a (nitcijip-c! iu.-llco under wa.eMCRilrasf i! On 111.lrrh"al. at Old: Town (Suwannee) I was fence, though much more limited, are deemed fully troops j erson- .
fur upwards of twenty days, without nat, : for the \
ally responsible \vhih tho
.-. : OHI L-ulv l to bank uid: douljt- gratified: to find that the stockade at that place, without bread and without salt and adequate, if aided by a single company tf f moun- treatment 5r
parched ccrn a
; soldiers of the French
crop.inAn hHll1ot been abandoned. In rdcr to \I ted volunteers: ; and one, it i is hoped, will soon Legion in Spain shallreceive ;;
the u' a crrt :; made handllillere .
-s used] by enemy coarse ho-uiny: in a worn but
) 1 eni itself for the service. Of the five regular at their hands. '
U prc: 1'
2.lJ1'f.U aw I ii oil' the defences on that frontier, I left subject to the I thur only fool, the maize had been exposed to the __ ..
.(.- a enj.l: was I comp.itties,one has already been mounted on horscrtbe'.Migipgr 'I '- --- -y- % ,:
.f j 1 i.r.'er-s ol' .Major. CCTMOERT, a deiachnif of uven- weather for nearly the whole peiiod of their detention.I train and in few 'iKiNo .
v.1e ; I:it'lr1': tll :11 mn the f.WrH1Lt. r ll-j-tcc: ] to the wagon a days, rR riCE -Six weeks after cl.u\ ai.IIi. ,
,: 'live men under I the command of Captain i WILol have said more could' be accomplished.-The women another wilt be mounted, by the same means JL ration will Le made to th-i Judge of C J.lsJen! f .
t llUCCCl'J..J i i'i Jr'iu''" the jo.il (\t/. !
.,: til ,.:", the! Leon County qua 11. Furl Dahneyi and children of the enemy can now be found, wherever I The commanding general has no power to pur- county court, fur letters of administration on tie estate ; t .;.

n -On ani\'in;: nltV t ) tl'-M'ii house, the scene i nas ruiil;cl with large supply of ammunition their !jilantatiars! are, and further their crops arc I cha e hordes expressly for this purpose. The of Win. D. Harrison deceased. : ) .;t

ev. .v js truly) aSlclis::;:.-On Indian: the iraniu: ,: and all the subsistence which n could be spared frm now ri >winn .loot will l loe posted) whilst the mounted j1EN DOLLARS E\V- Al D.-Snp use to hate !1 .h ,.
I It
in and it
01 Jtr in regard to the steamboat.Most \\ii: :.KT kept constantly movement ; _L Rauaway, two or three weeks .t. \
.. L''.the u."ao--t:?:I t ciVorts ot i the iicois to rei'i t the. teamluat, v-as o.-uLied also to bt left at that jj j respectfully y, may be added that, the little armed steamer: called Marks, a large brown mule, much chafed w>tli harness ,j :

fltU\1I !*- ;:Lc :u'n N\ucun.: vuiing.) -They made i place- i i Your obedient servant, The Essayons, belonging to the United States, on his- shoulders and sides, his right f( re h
R'X'TC't: ; t. nnj: a.iuii! :1:1,1 1 aaia: : with their j i have instructed Captain WALKER to permit LEIGH HEAD, will be kept daily cruising up and down the St.John's. turns in, and has the appearance of once havii g be. njambcd. j L
., It is il.o.ighi the anile is in Thoir.as :oum; .-. ;.
ouls.iiud Mould Ime done ha'l'uuilt his company: ; to reluin i to I their respective homes, MC.. of Relief to the
I yjs : fco, .I Corps The post and steamboaton the Snwannc, Fort The above reward will be :inn to any person findii % t.:
., them ) colt. thousand and remain until SaturdalIext, when they will Withlacoochet: Block-House.: and GareV aid mule and delivering him to me at St. M< rks, ic i.
anu a I O.iklands Ferry
r upon a.-sembe! in Monticello to be mustered out of err King'" ,. Micanopy. .', .' .. ro. ., with n n.. _\_).r._ _Sctli... _T.pwie_n._ _at tLi.._ .Pt.'_U'nr..r.'' flnt..I_,_,. _,
--- -- will all !I.-; under tIme immciiiate orders 01 me ntiu
of the
L at hi: bark.-The! oinoiious gar'Jniu.liagI1etflchcs E. 'V. DORSET:; -
aie \.jce-The accompanying communication I I trom the 30th May, 133G.To officer, Major Hcileman, stationed at Fort Drane.. St. M.irJts, June 2d. Ig3G 43tfD.MLMSTllATUa'S .
( ; anongfriiid been handed and he will communicate freely with the G.ver- -: -
brave hf.le band has
of the
officers Colonel HEAP nnd the Officers and Privates
: ; .
NOTICE.-All erso sliaving
for words In silence
wtM: dtp thoycm'u | of the Territory. .
] :1 me, by Captain \V., with a request that it may be under his ctunma'id for the relief of the Forces nor the ordered be established at demands against time estate of Jan es M! :- ." :
:' ''Ltir. (rou< dci:\ f.rers.\\'hJ proud Should post to Mullin late of Leon tireil '
} get :; pu1Jislled-mJY! I desire: that your excellency will the Wilhlacoochct. the Suwan- county deceased, are rcq to ; 1.
on Watson's Dabney's plantation, on '
"'. .CMui.j..' j Jecl.n' bo inu ined but not or present them duly authenticated within the l1n<5 i>ri- :
; .
1 may i so direct] ? Allow us, in behalf of ourselves and men to return nee, pruve to be unhealthy, the commanding oflicer scribed by law, or they! will l he forever barred ; tCo->e t "

..: d, IIl"H'\f.lltl: : \\11JC)4(1iC:! :lm11 Next ts> the 5-nt'-! faction I experience in reporting von our moist sincere thanks lor your noble t i is authorized to move higher up the river, in indebted to the estate arc requested to make i nmcdi-! f .

bj:1 ,wtchvorJ! thai >lrall !lead on to deeds (,f : thc'rl'c:; :' of tnc block: huuse, is the pleasure I gallantry, in relieving us from the very perilous I search of a better poeition, giving the preferenceto :: atepiymcnt. JIAI1IA APfN 3IULLIN.. t A d m'( 4 } I'.
1ft bank of the stream. \V. SCOTT.FROM 41w G.H.LINDEN1JEltGEl. S ,
r anJ cneru'JS: daring.-It will constitute !i enjoy, in speaking of the conduct of the gallant bitualion in which we were placed, a few days the -- -- .
-- TRAY ED OR STOLEN. -Fro'ii ;
: t.r rI vr,!o3: of lu>r.or which the truest knight, hole corps; win) 'achieved the resr.ue.-They me- since, and where, perhapsc should have been THE COLCMBCS IN .tJRER. : 'the stable belonging to the T:..nter'I t' .1,.

riled a nil were rewarded with success-success unassaCrcd.-Galauit: benefactors worthy d Hotel the 9th IS"C bri 'lt J ,..
dJo'd.lrJ; : ry \\oulJ\ havuhcvu j)roud every man The statement in our extra of Tuesday as on May, a j

111.e. .t,. :. which was; not the less acceptable, because it wasbloodless. (II your ancestors of '?b'. we bam, gave an exaggerated and imperfect account Bay Horse, main and tail blac r, goes t, :

.-I desire to present t for the archives ol It could not possibly have been for sport or recreation of the destruction of iloanoake. We have, well under the saddle and in harness-the p .ints or : .
J"11& J '" rr-1'rn: ofthe 1 boat) down 1 t 1.\ since that time conversed with whu were each shoulder is chafed by harness, hi _tail sh rt and :
I the executive OffiCe, a list of the names of time that you at'cmpied[ to remove us, from persons \.
. :isja e ffthc: nuriows ut t! e i tlnd'a: relieved. on time spot, and gather the following particulars! : bushy, height about 3 feet It inches, aged a lout 10 f, '
of Utiicf" and of the well knew that
.rlLt ', i Corps;) garrison WilhlariMC.hee, because you On Saturday morning last, at bout day light, ;and ycais. A liberal reward will be given for th< dclie- :.
-cat of!t'clre:: : ttp.re1"t.--: !JIcie I the batiKs t }within the limit? of my duty, I would recommend we were completely surrounded by our barbarous alter the Sentinels, who had been placed round I ry of the horse to the subscriber at the Plante "'s hotel t .

.t :.:".:"iti: and the chunnrl ?o narrow us I for the mo. perfect protection of lime rem enemy, but from a greatness of soul known only !! tile town, had gone in, the citizens were aroused' in Tiillatmace. 43iw SETH P. LE VIS. ; j jlutt '

1; .* hI admit: luc boat, and w.js;, (,bstIUCta | :illing settlements on the frontier of this young bv the good and virtuous. You attempted & sue- j i from their slumber, by the discharge: of rifles and IL bALbl.- -50 li.urcU rectified wnisicy : 2i3 do a Ii r1'
11 old do. 37 d '
superior Mnnongnh.ie rye : ) peach j !:
: iIlft'. i II; as L'fa"( sMt'd.; -T'nc placo isM 1: community, i the I immediate employment of a strain reeded in your perilous enterprise, entering the j jWithlacoochee !i cl'iug' }it f the savages. There were 70 or 80 per-of brandy : apply at my warehouse in St. Mark's. }. 1

; ''n cd lnrr..irrl :! boat of small: burthen and liiihl draft, the law boats and rescuing us from our impcnu- i tons in the town, including a small company 43-1 w W. C. MILI.Et.iJ : .
; ., Ly : \:, every way soI'l'i. under Capt. Home, all of whom immediately ,
.-,, -t!: to tLc cticmy, that: no t.ne doubtedfcttark in use in the tributary streams of our large rivers ing fate : or with the determined lesolution, to I infantry Gathered their arms and rushed for the i (Y1'CE.-mx accounts and mouths vouchers alter as dale adniinislratn, 1 shall pn.it. of t amy B. I I : .:

u=, m&4tter1e! would be made.-Theanivtd i wuuld! answer very well-let btr be well manned, perish in the attempt ; although! discouraged at i streets in the direction, of the alarm. The Indians estate Samuel Maultsby, deceased, to the j idge if ru t J1'f

:d i I fHe hundred men at the least, and two six pounders j home by some, who should have: been among the :! had placed a man or two, and at some places six the county court of Leon county, and pray to be d I ,
II.lliJ. fnuITIrct c\rr\ 1 loop hole'ta: door in the village who) of course charged from the further admtaistration there if. .
: cause: her to be well i fmtified und the machinery first to come to cur nssi.star.ce.Taken : : or eight ;sit every f
.::it-d, cwry lId! jrupcd; a rille-the: bo.itnij.u'Iy : f p.m'culaiy! well protected.-Let her he directed by Major M'LEMORE by orders received I j made a uultaneous; attack upon the citizens as 436m 15. F. COLE AN. -< ;

i: 'Cd ; ': do I. t.c! \ iCL;' their: houses. Their fire was returned weeks after date application will to rude o 1
with such
\\ 11 the siioam: the Steamer ordered by General SCOTT at bend to the SIX
liM to cuoperttc.11h from quarters
: i v.-it'ii as i.uu-h spirit and effect as the circumstances judge of the county coiu't for Leon courity, t ) 2S s to Wai. throu !h all obstructions!: and i. ;Major.;' tteneral; SCOTT to ply on the Suwanneei Wiiiiiacoochce I t i : with corn i for tile use of I the army, I would; ;P"! itiit. Capt. Home, succeeded in getting letters of administration! on the estate ot Dm ant '.

;e-; *cre f/t '. u'ir nrii\al i in this place i river i : by passing through i I the numerous Bayous, under It i.> command, we were left there ; and i i out of t tub quarters and rallied his men, who gave Craft and Asa Rhodes, late of said county d< ccai I. I

.1 ;-s" 'kth\hh enlhustnstn.-The following i which mai: c out through either: bank of that river, General SCOTT regardless of his promise to relieveus 'I the enemy t four rounds with but little effect. -By 436w '

.1f f" I near its mouth,,-when this duty l'ave been p f is itntnediittly incd, and on Thurs ab.nst 300.) it was thought prudent to retreat Esqr. and Dr. WILLIAM Til A01-
., formed!, cuuie: her to ascend in f.ur-.cs-sion: : r.ll the our fate ; where we diould! most probably have ( in disorder WELL, as cand'd.\tes to represent Leon count f In tl 3 1
,f" Ilf'ltj-' and \\iil; tnoie which they did ; they were pur-
gladness once ,
ctlI. t far; SouthI had it been for time- II next Legislative Council. 43.
:L1e3 the |II sli earns susceptible[ of such navigation as met a horrid\ death, not your sued by the Indians some distance, who failing to
e.iii' street- of t Ttlah:1s.'e.: I nicumslances may justify. It i is believed to be lyassistalJce. overtake them, returned to the town, plunderedall N I'lOE.-All persons indebted to the sulsmbi r 4
i't'HKIC I DINNKit.ti'Tjiiljhasee) {. 'I or the late firm of Miller and Putnam are : ."- .1
\ of the lh ;oi.illaillatins of America To his Excellency, Governor CALL, we are also the bouse?, and then applied the torch. Some I eqi
orf I"re <' and the a peculiarity i ted to'call and settle as early as possible with I \! .
; Bounty : and iiarticularlv uf the Seminole; tribe to select as under lasting obligations f the very active part I persous who escaped_ cnnveycdthe. news to Maj. Hugh Archer, Tallahassee, who is duly nut 1ori.s. 1 fl
.,4 2r3) tce1il!: ))2 a dc<%:) stMi-e.; iriiitituo t"w I I I. '. *" I u.I.... ..1..n n_ .1 .J __ ..___._. __h_. Howard's camp ; immediately 50 men were des to close business and that ofthe concern.
;. iiic sites! ol lliL-ir luwns nun Jalljll1"0.I1.0' .i taken by him lor usanu ue: neejised my '
rid. JId: 1 \41iUlltcC: s under; his comgall.inl I 1I1lncMIJll':1'1 patched tll the spot-when they arrived there, .43 4w 'v C. MILl ER.OT1CE. 1.
cruel deaths I
\ bodies of water. The Micesukee'lwn him for our deliverance from the I
nd.f to large by ashes and
the ? 1111111h tijuous they found every building, but one, in - f
In: nmnnei thty'pped Old Town the principal either from hands, orsthrvatiun. % .-Will be sold before the Court Hou S
v' : and Suwannee which awaited us,, savage These men found 17 whites I.
?torrp.y! for ard, to the relief of : \ .1i door in the Marianna. Jackson county, lorid.. I 1.
.. ol( ISIS 1 as far killed and 1 wounded, and 15 I
brilliant campaign blacks! man
't'l I of I the and 5 ,
ct.fal. : J\\'tnZ'n who 1 I lud for OJ S days 1 I been ulijccib on the first Saturday in July next, a likely net ro gi 1 1
'' :4.d i!. ns the savages were concerftcil, were situated, We are also most happy to say that your expedition persons of the town were missing-supposed to ahout eighteen years of age,the property of tb j esta: ; 1
a lOri hmi the \\ithliro': >rhee
c on ; be disabled
> of have lost themselves in the woods. or to of the late Wiliiani J. Watson deceased in tier
'1.'r i t sheet of waler, and the hostile was performed without the loss a single o t.
ed by a savage: foe, and submitting to t-ach, till a large I Indians I' so tint they could not reach the neighbouring pay debts due by aid estate,-terms cash. j
i1ti tel' 'Privation v.hicli human nature could portions of t the present nice of Florida! man. I' forces or vil lge. But three Indians are supposed 43td THOMAS M. WH TE. 1 I IV #,

tiC I: *rt to have sought the jungles ape Gallant countrymen words cannot express, nor balancr recrossed the *
::11 a sincere *.ytnpathy for the suffer- t\ ill be found nut to have been killed-the PKOPUTT: ,

'CdC ;s ,those a four fellow citizens who were hammocks, which skirt the swamps of the Peninsula pen write the deep sense of :giatitude whic i we I river to the Alabama side- Iloanoake was a small FORSA'LEThemubscr.TALUABLE '1 : .

dCIi J ngunpro'ccteil\\ho patriot I!!" tare- i f lor security alone, but also for the great laci- t feel towards you ; and we believe your jov was I village immediately on the Bank of the River inStewart ber offers for sale his plai tatiot '

Iiti J: tq'J'ill.d'r Kt'TP''d fit wI'd like Anieiicans'Cn' : Jily, which: they thus enjoy in fishing and bathing.: equal, it'not even greater than ours, when you i county, at which some two business cotton was ware-done. -The negroes plantation, stock and is farmiiig under I
ai believe there were one or
,: tured *" of their ri.lsts, and voluntarily inrmsdves Their new tuwns and new plantations xvill be so'!' found that we were able to answer" thd welcome i, houses\\e in the place. This is the first and only attack fence. has comfortable buildings,is about sixteen too'J J !

: th for the protection of our discovered, to be en the banks of the rivers, watchword of ALL'S Vt'ELL.Ve which ve knuw of having been made on the from Tallahassee, on Lake lamonia, and con

ye :j"hncc1es: s frontier, and sustained thorns Ives neur that they must be subject to such operationsas \ know that your feelings, at that time, were Georgia sidle as good land as is to be found in the Territory
sOtb ; ; known and t felt by the brave and which was lying at the Terms-one third cash, and the balance in 'wo ar .
t. : rarely t-qualled, do as a loken 1 suggest. .unutterable, and The Steacier Georgian, nual instalments. J. L. ViCKI'RS.June .
'fir respect and regard fer them invite the I Should: a boat prepared, furnished and equippedas generous alone ; but virtue is of itself, a sufficient bank, succeej-in gettingbff after the fire commenced 4th, 1836. 434w

J/ r"wo of the Ulock-House, the corps of re:4 t as I recommend, succeed in passing the llnpids on Tewa-d for all good actions. "NYc are, gentlemen, without os?, although she could she was under filed upon several MOTE.-All persons are cautioned tain -
; before way. LOST
: and the Honda Lattnlltoti, liicli fccrved Vv'ithlacoochee, of which I have very little yours with the greatest respect and esteem, learn that neither} Col. Gibson for a due bill to the subscriber from a Wn .

iisc 'Iampa Hay, to partake (f a Barbecue tort doubts it would be capable, we should soon have L. B. WALKER, We nor are Capt.gratified Home to was killed in the engagement, and Gray lost for on thirty-seven the 3d or 4th dollars tilt, THOMAS, dated the O'HA 16th Vlarcb RA. ,

; f June.gl\'cn al Tallahassee on 'l'hursday the Ollit the pleasure of knowing, that the new famnus Capt. C. Company A 9th II. F. M. as we at first heard, though some valuable lives June 4th, 18.TG. 43 In*

t Cove would be disenchanted of that impregnahilt \VILLIAM G. PO\VELL, Lieut.S. were lost. The only lady in the place, with her Attention 2d H.egt.Volunteers: :
: ,
1 I!.t\11 Persons wishing to unite can do so r\\'ith which it has been invested more by the proIi A. T. LA\VRENCE, Surgeon. infant child, was secreted by a frend among some 1
calhn 221 the boxes in the story of her dwelling, and remained ;
Auction Store of II. J. Hack that brain, which did not 1 fancy upper
m J nd Mguify the same. tic imaLMi'.ingsof busl duiiiig the marching ORDERS, ? HEAD QUARTERS, Army of Florida, > undisturbed by the Indians, though two Mounted "
1 an Indian squaw in every No. 48. I St. Augustine, May 17. 1836. $ of them came into the room and sat down upon

1p |3 Ta.lahassec MANY CITIZENS. which occurred in the last grand campaign, The panics which have recently possessed the the l boxes, under which she was secreted. She .

i June 1st, 1S2U. than by any actual obstacle to a thorough scouring r good people (!f several large districts of this territory afterwards escaped with great difficulty, whilst the ALL members of the second Reg't Mounte I Vol. '

I.u. HEAD of that supposed retreat of the enemy. are infinitely humiliating. building was in flames. unteen in the first Semipole campaign, under tho '
'1 u/Jt AND UCN. SCOTT. To the South of Withlacoochee and not mote Within a few days, just five Indians penetrated KJ-Further newt from u.-A companyof command ofR.. C. Parish, who have not received a 0 -

..iVIiJ iWuJ gI '-Reed In reply to an article in the St. from the mouth of that stream, are two a neighbourhood in the heart of Middle Florida( armed men from Randolph county, hearing of regular aTe and entitled to the same, are requea

herald of the 19th ult evidently| than 30 miles of them the Wc-wae'ki-a-hacka and committed a murder. Instead of giving pursuit the destruction of Roanoake, repaired immediately tea to call immediately al my office and receirc the
i t fltte other brge rivers-one arrived there yesterday afternoon W.iLBIUSWSTER,
their the They same.
b abandoned to
plaulationsand spot.
1) y Gcn Scott himself under his the largest, perhaps, on the Gulf, is the 43tt
)'rtc or suI' or Cryttal river, fled to lahassee'a11l.1 Monticello. and found the site .f the village in pos Juut Aij ttante
1S10D, and with his approbation, desires usto within 12 miles of Amasurra Island, the oilier, "SVc-



? __ -T11Thr'T:'.
.- J_ JAMES JOHU 1)11U.JIa: --


June7V -. 1 i,1CE, to purchaM-r t-i hsti t!1c irh addition Jeweler ii& .Ioizi&e st )
th. ot
Tuesday iNtday dor Xorlh Towte
be sJd ,
on jVi'zt
'IJUL1S1ItD EVERY SATURDAY MOUNlNG AT next within, the legal hours of sale.inLaurens! : I. to I he City of T.-P! .::-c". 1 :l.e s-i'-scnb- ; ( would' inform his friends and the 'P

": .. Five in six month the known as Hick's Cowrwns, i er having been appointed, !./ J.c' Jud-:'. of t.ic Mi'dcDtrt HE repectfully returned from the Nrtl h
: Four JiiUar m advance.-or county, a: Cowpens, i kto public, that he has just
stock Cattle et Florida Trusec ir t.e or.Inmssaner
lives the ct of GOODS
;; willbedisajntinucd unless atthcoption of where Reese Coleman now I tlf 'falla1t.se ut Jo h'i 'V. C.rcV .'.- vita a new and splendid assortment
No paper belon-ircr tht estate of Abncr I 1 tcks9 deceased. su thc City it' t i' for the liberal share ot patronage I
? btff rear acres nrc )paid. will t Inoid ; tlcctascd, hereb' flotot.S L1 % :. L i his line. Feeling grateful
: : the Editor, re nr pose/u, I'd rear a thousand ncad. They heretofore extended to him, Lc hopes by strict ROBERT 41.
inserted at sc- of made know I come lon\aru ana ilc ; ::c o'ie, oii t.ie UAChL1y
*uously Terms pay I
; Advertisements illbcconsp oi the same.Alzrze
;; in lots to U1L purchasers. bilauces! attention, to merit a continuance Auctioneer $- C
all the lots lt\i.-r
andllfty'ccnts said lots AS : rco.aniginpaid .
first insertion, contii.uo ir-.m day n luy ;
the sale .
for The to J
cents on the .'ay. of & &Q& f I
Cflty-fLvC per square All ad- arsold.. K. \\ DL.NNIs, An r.K'uxvie on the .rst of Jnmu wd t e adVerLiodII and Central assortment SALE DAYS, I londaj.
continuance. until a'- n :
for ar h substqurnt fiL ilt under tli dccds of tr"st, oi- iJ ofl LhC ticrk3I QgI consisIiiig 0ttc JoltoLC- I Tallahassee Saturda
1S36. II October ,
other- S 21, lS1&Ufjjj'
.: .. vcrticuncntswii! be continued until forbid or ; ,Southern Recorder, Columl.s cr ite iSCjrThc I 0rcc: : of thc csumi'y court o Lco: C. I' LU 'tire \ Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible nndf

insert the .d'ovc : ot the same. J.I Golden Brown, I'Imnb, k.ULio
w isrs ordered. i and Tallah-ssr! .- Fhridian, will please p-i> f drake neck do. London and I f S Published in
communications to 1.i.tirIi.1 ... May 7, l :> 'o, violet and victi-nne tf.cstj Icof ByronScot
and I concealed ,
all Otters of l-. !! AdalaJe mulberry }
: Tie postage on u nil tl.- oiy :_ f 4-c. Volume 1 prica SI ,
be they will not rcceiv attcutu .- : bubscritu-rs having- as 0 >) AlL ROAD I M' 1 :Idi.: ... i <" .:.>Mf.s in purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. 38incn.._ C1(
d.or f. 11't
.xhe Editor niu.: p J tered 1 ic works ol .Villiarn
}Field I tithe r.ilhihassfr! Rail 1o' 1. a., l.i-ic'-y r.-i'iied! Cowrr .., -
0 '. ;i I. aJu,mistral. r-on tic! ett : of the late J.M : j CASSLMEUS.I I1 his Poems ?
gc n. _ _ _ _ N c v-O rkans. Give notice, -.r' all '. 11.-.I a payment of \ p i c Mit, ... 'r.mnrcu lobe made I buckskin checked and prmled, of and Transit.ted .
asi-d.litei.j' dingnal ROBERT SOUTH
by ,
Er.LL *
lir. .u" IT
each Snare D.
I and! jo.ihw.th on i Mn per
rw.l l 4
---- to corre >
indcUed t > s.v.d csuuc, tlv richest colors.: I volume'
) persons
\ and lh.ce w ho iiavc c.am..xtiai.L.t .v..;,: 0.lit is hrttoU reoitt-ri! ii. B\ vi <>t i. < l'ie.lint HAIR CAMBLETS ot various coors, Till1" : nlains.a f-rtin'r of a T ,
( ; iocERY.I pay: the s\iU', | GOAT'S I j (:t f Copper, by the E-di.nr. with
P\'ILON! AND thtm !:i tl.c tiuscnbtd ;i..l 1 I Din .-tors ul s.ti. ( .n .: >*, a > ;sCf, 9Ji a fine
J. !;' rMiuKaunbtr.ha.: : ,- v.nit.-i t'-i.i.M-nca ucr the estatere r. ;jiicstfd tu pjesnt this muicc will i>-. j : ... :\l.iv* i ;: CALS: ; t t4o1 1 i"r Clo.iks: and Wrappers.I !! Poet, an eiquisite Vhr i cue, by Goodali. .
M..IJ.T for the ot e-- l>y 1iv.ot.itrMivi "i.i. i"*. I VESTINGS. cngravtd Purirait of th :Poet's Motl
IV.tci'V purple
i. .v
! _. tir.ii < : \\M..11L.U. t w riiji j.\i. > ier byapo
.f M. .M.uk< Vioctry tin I bar of rccincry. English figured silk, figured silk Velvet, so"- :.
thet.jwn Splendid
blWun.M lfl I < < -.. L. o.i 21 i.tie I
t In tiie iMPii-rior 'nrt' toi.ie / oi ,
intended tor
;:' : /Vuisiou' Store, Th ir buildings bem,: larxc and \jdJcF'lrid: 1. April'J Trlimird'nms ( District JL yio'U.a.THOMA. : !I ciuth Velvet, figured and pamteit Cl.a'cs' : I The following entrac s from a host ofnotices
to the! Gadsdvn coun'-, | r and \Maisail., IW.tde ( t.iIt- of this
; : c<;mm.. lioiisthry .ikc" ..-c pn.posc atlei.dirg .< BilO\YN .. ties, plain tiered I imprtar t publication :

.. .: Jtc'irinf aul t'f'V-ffJmyof Gev>.Js and 4 Cotton, I' \ otice.g ;t Cjnn'amant.Cl 1 :ngs, figured Welling, $-c. BuP.'Casanures, Siotk The refined percept eros of a true crjj .
a.tii-t: ,
::. -4 vhicli they pti-d-e ihnu'. .ves to jay M 'h attention IX months affr d.! c, I shall exhibit t" the ;a !-_-cJ3cf lius1'1i1'lhll: C. AVI'' LAMC'! t neTu expressly for parties, che.-l.edstno. d and plant. I refined sympathies v.f a true j 1wet, are ema aj.! i6*
uilltiimie liberal j-hue l patroruiroii Casetitci Cs, liitJereni coli.u. stocks cry out ; a..d the natural s' yhe of Dr. Southed *"
ttsiiJ to a i'crino I
: T
Its f Gad n, .nY'N 1 IE subrxi awanii> c.no' !hiving
the cuirtor tl.ccoui.ty rr i na < M. tii col-
of Territory and : county id shins bosoms and li\e is altogether deli h ful. Dlrrv
ll Linen a cotton ,
i'iWv'llJ,1 knitters description, I He bn'
; ; r-Ijtainl'"c ,.IfltS and vouchers as udian of Mary .ti.i.t Iksth iI l-e.-n exccutnl on ihv; dcf mt \Vnom i Vv'ill.air.s and buckskin

:'; l>c id! 1i.v for < tth jrpn Jj'c. Astlii-y wrfitiuic.ivla n11 ti.u ;'v I I 3 tmn' s J. Yirl.i r<, r- : :1!: \ crs .. .'oohn P.Dul !: his: Gum Elastic Smpniilcrs, linen wool do I I new and valuable nwter.als: louis work, in 1 *1*

Ivt-ip 'oi hand a jiis.taut supply choice! and inferior :/. : M I i--;.;. :;3.6m$ J f S.SRR :M. u I i is 1, .i.nl us yj.j iarii.i! to th!!,! > \-s.CT' >u of the i Gloves, rr.crinu and si'.k Hoes, hall do. Iambs of I of original letters aid ; necdote, whidj j. *"*>*
I silk: Cravats t fancy Handkereriefs light oi z the sul'jer he h is chosen. De*
Provisions of plaid and plan He
; T: qualities of Gioctri< sverydefccrij NO1'1CE. | 0 r:, that! tin y uio net inn :i: -. u- :L! .-. e.'itrl''t: flaur.cl h, i
4; tu n, Cmmtry lLr'JI.1! :s and Planters will find but :Ir.o uJ tlc L'.s.tiil'tato, tl.c i .1: V.'ili. ti>.) 'V1ot very dtw.Tipli.Mi, Nut Diuweuand I cs> to the very valuable c.>llecuonsof Mr rj ac"

!: 4 it trcaily Ui tiit.r inttibt :<"- <-a I. Tin ir S'o> c is now < IX: : months after date application wit!! '. ir.are to Jtii.s \'kker. :-. d in t and cottem llai.nel do, Lady Hesketli. lutherto reaily mutiuugcthcr .

j' ij 1 IN P.LA I Tl PEACHY i-3: the Una. Jud e of the County Ct.ui' f r LeiuCninty hEADY MADE CLOTHING.j Uii[ ubished! : an I the publishers hay
( ;$;:2. t t-r.ia, and John 1 P. val i.i .ie' -,.!-.' ,.i iveui ,
WM.MANER.S for letters of D.oni.Ty on t5 l't, estate tJJanies'Parner Paniao-.iis.! figured and at his disposal th*e CT ly poems of C'ow
i tucl.y. It is ordenel, that the siiiJ d. k ts do .; j Dress and frock coats, I
M rl s.J-n. If.th I IM. S3u'ctrrro.x deraetl, l.uee f saiJ county veJeniu cloth stik satin, and plain t were written frI the con: in he loved, the ICI
: i : t. a ; f I J:1r .oflol 8ISVt the &: : : t ? nlain silk velvet, circular

;.* : --- I.G. EAUCY, /* .', ttu.tr. As1 I that :\ CtI3 y if this -. .- i jtr..l !.t : tti1, iand: figured marsailhs vests. Uoats hair Canible I connected with the preservation of whicli a
t ( (GI.VS. I iICHARD} Itt :'FEll. ) -* .( Indian [Rubber over coats, t tremely totidlttYg---4) c laractenst-c of the
in s'me i. v\ s:i 1.-r; pub!: .!i. 1 i. ..i. 'y -. T.laha Wrappers,-
1 ;jt Efrleiv's anJ artju.iiivniirc, of Campbell and Tilljil-n -" Jan. I Is ?'"0. -M (>ai >- :or li.nr; un ir.h s.ir cc'v.! By or erof I.s ': FriH'k coats Wrappers and l.eirains. ness or women and of tie beauty akrtethr.ni'.h

:1 _. ._ L Gl.u'.e.: !c iiifun.ifc i, tuat by <";ilhng <.n our fornier itTi -::, il linni.r.. T.OA! ; i'-A-Nl-'Ai-L! jidjre.J I I Also, a .all supply ol Silk aid FurreJ 1 hopelessness. he illustrations! arethe

aiits tiny! .in be supplied with Cotte.n Giiisof if'.c l 1 shall t .v..l>i! tu tue 1 1'in. lie .- luL'1'rtf .,:MK> S. Livv, I'k.! -li.m: : HA -CAPS, &.-. I we huvc seen m works *f this nature" '. *

the e si <: |jaiity, titli'r Caat 2 tc.l <.r IPHI Sv-, t.i the count ; coin t14r' tlit r.iur.tv u1 Leonnv artv. n ts rJ.im_ t, : t.Vttt.. t. L L.Ii1.4 A. | His cloths were irnpot t.d horn the Western put of 15. .
.. isf: All '.. .sluu ti.e ;ibo; iarti- will th. to be -cpial to I The rrnise win. h w, !have bestowed
tnt -* : ;jern.s a., i VO'I'-IK-J: .-ml ai'p'y' t.'r a oiuaict; A m..n- _!i_ I D.ivi ?, Jeihn Carne-ti.aji, 1'cit.1.:1.. ne-.i i, '1'hom.is I England, and he warrant m rnyi
cia will d.. we.l to r.ill ..'i vir. -C. C. wilt !ku them toj I bcllishmcnts tins opcr ing Tolume of the woriff
our agents : this market he warrant
Z ; isiiator < n tht- estate ol' 1'honui l ?' ward. bti- : : -. ij.MlPI'LE Baiizcll! !, ir.ram N.urxLej, ,'..-. .o... W. '.' :: is, Coilin ,i wrought to ,
't t YViuum l-c'iticimiity: I). Wilhama x Co. JellersonfHinty immediately on the I Cow per, scarcely romes. jp to their
1 ti ZlJ. J.NApr' :>eiYf.h, as they were purchased mem, and
: j
comity I :M'-i| ai.J Benj tmin .\. I .iii..' .. t- dire' tos: m
Wm. J D. IlarrisJii, G.xddn county; J. "an.l 1ih l3tL I I tri.val ofthme prcket from Livcrp- olandconsequ-nily; I certainly no praiNC can o.errate the high
and I i'-l:! hntlktcmnj
uel .t \I. > t :
agents >r ,
j jit ,
1 : \\llu.isun( Jackson c-iunty Florida, for further. j J r.nt injured by tying on hand. lie has in his employ- this volume as a litera y production! '[he
Foibcs' all eht l .rested
j a> 1't.rt.hatc: and r-> :u: grtctt -
t.4Tticulas as to price n'M'i'v: ic*", Dl1! UK T OF FLO1TID.Gadsden j'menL the best of workmen -and he will make up I promises to be ore jf pe-manent and SB:: y.
AROHIiiALD C A \IPBELL.joIJ ing : t f lue."-Conrt Joiirnal 0 tobrr 31.
\ in thr! l't.t manner and at the: rhoitest iotne.the ,
Court March Sth 1S3G.LV .tiv
County I 1'kase take notice ti.a' ou t'.e 1 lJ o'iv of June
:: M.GLA7.E. 'The first volume of he Poet
i A fix punctually attended to I of Olney
in country ,
{ I l3tj application will I l-c n idi; to .1 j" f t'.cj "
UVhee vils! .---I l rl35: 15-tl i peared at Last, and it ste ns to be north I'
__ : | _ waiting f;
of Leon i F--riia! : _
court Tcriir-ry
J.inics ? I. r i.xon: coijilainai. j ouuuty c.-f/ty, -- ---- f In externals, it vi5 wit.i the most el- '
;! 1 IUL.1; l <.sji'.iU.v; uiiui'iusI.is ,' -. fur a writ of ]u'jd iltnti'.i'.n io. :I c :ooi isi: cf ee J. K. BULL I d it gant of ft

? A. i fiicuJs: aid the pul'lic: jr< ;.itr. lly t..t !Ic: h.? Geor.-c Tij.ltr and > Dtitneii- : Lj ; tcruiinin the value of th_ -u !l.-; :.. o ..undnii I whi.'h have preccd the ; a 5 regards the Poetical Worfe
., jretieru1. 'rti.r.ntol J i jii t'.fc store DRAPER & TAILOR il will present most ompfcte edition nhiciii
ilry-K1.1 ,
.:. a b*'
pend j Iit &flnl1iei I IcfeneJant-. J J fe-it ei < -
.'A.itti i> T iinuilays* aid <'i.e eur ut-st ; I yet appeared.-pectati October31.I .
; lately ; y 1.' aiin. I'lom &ati factory cvi-Jt-nc** t.1.! *, ai-l i Hail iload ao far a. s\nd i..td p i3.,"# : .r ':: :h :!.c elb-! I
; > is
& There >
"IL no ore am our
e .L. Mr. A. F. Duval, anei ii :aiiy t pj/tste: : lu; stt.rc of j jIt. i ng living wrhen v 5
4: ., of .EL I effJidaits reside! out ut'this Territory and tli.tttlitir j tncl: of lai.d, kii.iwi: as i'i'.V j-.i-; :\ i, v. !::--i! ?ad: I
[ FLORIDA unites research, tare, an sincerity (the three
Ii .yuavd, m the eityjj' aUo. reT j resiieicc is unknown to ( onl.tin.ou! /.' nuinbtr of itet: on c.u-li ,. n.f s-wM rouij I pnircqnisircs
; : of bio.. deh
a raphe ) sa !
.and fl.iV 1HZ h.u1d, a : a"r.aeiL of ULD inform his frie-rds and for- I litfully aSoiithey >
cc % 1. :: P. the TalJal.-i stp Kail !!''t| .. l.t i ..akcnhown respectfully
tri rfJ < 'n motion \Vilham >uval EMjnire! ; y. y ,
j arsd ilmosl
j it is superfi-ibustosa
uii which arc It.i : *n, i!.mr i I lir.l, shud, that he has just returned from ; tliatiLi
: .
j ni tnj for their intci.ti of r r ..;i- *.' lor tfic use met customers,
.;oKiur! Cotnjilainatit that tn ; rc ; '
tear ot rcadab'e for
; y up] work as it; anecdotes and
p7* tii'itkul, tuccstfJ'bUiaf aid Cozil-v, teat iJ a.v>, tie. ;itiiisCfUil n ur utl'-re the first day of u-jxt T- r.n, of said i-ioitl, and that the pr-: !lft;'. .. t c.recd/s ol !j .Wv York, with a new and splendid assortment ofi I conumpiia.
skelCi < as for its ce; r and
I s. manly
cie. -M'itALNY.. | N..iu i ; will: lorthwi* have ati i GUODS, which he is now opening at the old and well ry elegzts;rt
d I
tiic: < .M-.i! ) vf July, 1J* at ti! <- Court llii.in .'- Company, : -io i'i : : of
JO-HI ai.d
3?' :3 l i're.r.'Ut jutf Di- ki...,wii srami of. R. B. & J. B. Bl'LL, (recently occu- I Asiegaie.cltgjn : : beauty of iL'at.' >
; V'1:!! -, I! i U.uiu 'p*, ( .ui Jti c )unty, ai.d j.ltad, answer. t MI writ f-vi-i-ut": : !1. fly en' r tiiu lion have IK hesi.ation
we t-an
; tri -- / e "aJ jri.L 'I ti!ts..ir to taitl iJ..1. ur the sau.t v.-ju Lt taktn [po onJes re.r.s ot t.e! Tal! ..l-ai--c-1 -:! HiTaahis3..c,3Iaylh -:- ; '-. ;> ,-. t 1.IC'i! by the late H. A. Pierson,) and to winch he in- r' WoiUj! abov in which placing this tditwaof
OrJiit'fl '1'h'3 1: \itf--those who wish to putchase cheap lor Caii, :o r Crsvj ; any; LaveLlitaj
/ : !! C. Al"4' : ::
; ' j at titvxt Tcin o: tl.s: Court, afir i>uu.lion: ; liJC.J >, .''-Alht.tixum thtuberlT 1835
f"r jrincn'l*' iiiii'ni '.'mriijc ottai I.- ) Jxv .-. rail and examine his a-oortmcr.t, whuii consists in apfarfd. ,
ent < t'j -
iX: one j 'if ti.is ouler !uur r o ths ia iun.u ticn aptr ] i..il-.U vrt-rary. '* lt exhibits tt at car a !
Jis:tun Jits in Nu '.rYork, wa.i f.iniiaii tet a'.i-r all arlid. in this d.str t. iMTMT'rii.vrr.Irs"t l ; i.art, of the f..min! ::, viz'.- j > letjuegmentintlieoie! ico
: ..
: :
o"r. and of th- -ials
G. C.. IH.'LT.St. I I Blue Blat-ix! i I'.r.iwn, Olive, Green Dahlia, Mtdbert treatment ; mate : that skill in mitrvn-
., k .n th': .O'aV& 4tn. / frnni the Minutes March ,
tru.-c >v 11C I 1- ; *
.i, : : :, t. n. havjis claims: a .ii.- -.i.c < : < i T.i-t.-tin I ir.* tlum into a clear a..d
t ; ropiuus
0 narrativeandiihx
: M .i.. A ; r Lnii 1"'M. :u''I u__ :$1-4ii 1 [ : -Ex'iti:; l ..' i vatod M.xeel SJSvfJJ IDvy lvOti'lraiJ'ne>
:: >' : :; {, Lite of ( I.u'vU iici'i.y: : I graces
.Mixed ViaL GiS xiJ.L.lLck :
L..J-IC 4- >
'I'U Panut'i t ahti U lilt-I S. te iltOirt colt tl-:4ii uuly air: !. .'. ul i n: :lc ; ed lor from one wii.- has a icidy shown himstlfia-j
S-N do.
/ Livencer and > ,
it-e.-niini ,
O'1l K.: -Tnirty d.-.y uIr datf 1 h.il ,
C- 'llIE.Mibsishavii! -uUn ; y VJIHj.i': -:: e-d i.y: I t\v, ot th w 2 f v. r eie1bui' f a cnnMinn.ate bior ipt.er It has all the channcf
tint'city } this
: J Article before otleied in a
: -. J. t> thu ii >.( u-a''It, til.* jitdtri- <>f iie! ru t i".cw at d s'iieri; never
supt !. iii.lvJ/-: !
) &'tV. 'i iio e r; < .ite ae reojtr.1tJ beautiful work of imagination mbmeJ .
tric st rtit ibe : ;.t .t ii MaikK. 'F i.\ ; d.rtmun. consistir. ; withthep'
p. aI t.: j ,, 1'r: tie Mi-* ; l >;atii.'t oi FloneKi' for ln\r to M .1 I l"L'i ( s of every : -
i, ; f. tIc < faccn t<> in.tke imuivdLuc *. >y .tit. Vcl- I sure do rived frt tn the coi.viction of us truh. Tte
t: r < xpress purjtoM iot .No. '.\ :/y-tix in thy oii-inal pla-i --f the r.'f : of Black! a imot 1 BlueCle..h su'rriur BUck Silk
city A-- .N ti. U: T5'K I "
2. viKi,.. : iii i : trade, and intrnditjg t
; .. o-t.jiury I Tailal. sjc. b Jon:.:in; to the r.ue of Siiyr. 'l lCdi!i 12w 1'r V.1. ii : K. vet, F.uicy Figu.-cd splemlid: patterns, I
1 7iic/f .\reinbrr I 10.It L
coun1 -
tli ;r b-.i--atiei.ti L n tw the ul'Grucerics, and 'I I. r the i>eti< lit < f Lie ht-irs andcnilii'T-iof tidtate.. 1 Siik, elo., Merino, Valencia, ChcC: Alurseillts Silk. I ,

$ l i.'J: :' : : vvi."i(v .wi." wi> j tfi l uy, <...r'iu :ith I -.i. :;rttj J WM.: .M'CAl.L. ....inV & ) .\ -srAi'tjiis >r ft .---- .A. H. .it; .' ; iter ; a now 5.'} le of English f'aicv S'.u, 114)! J '- is eloquent without ihc} slightest afTectaucicf

IL :;;r.c tl. m a cuo, as th*jy .TU d<,u.iiu.iul to j jtci I daTi I .-!,,,,'! i.-\i.j .; i-y.: '- .' ; v".': h- S i ALSO A LAKGE ASSOKT.MENT OFR I 1 labour, warm with *ymMt[ iy and hve forL'IIin-' *!?.

ti !. i! on as >r< oil tt-.s! an-i :iv a J ili a rasli prictf. ;l, ," j.TCiTlC-. >tiie's: alter'V chat 1 \\ :11! n .ii.-: ;-('- .r-. lit the Juij f '.1 tiiv, I.-' .': t* :* < ... r. (:. t j in-; man who is the sul.jeci of it, full cf seikthgae.

r pioduc as can bs ohiainel in tt.! t city.Tiicy : a. l p.ic.ui.'ii: v'> '. county <- .urt for the !; as Administrator! ou the t .* :' i !. s 11 :r ''' E A ]) Y-MADE CLOTHliVG.Amoni dotes and fine disciinuu.it ng sketches, and smnp1

.. ; Jave jus: reetived' and i jr .dea !j county of J t-C3 stfl, fur letters ol adruiii-tivJ.n! on 'r'i ted and apply; for a t': e\\\ r '! li -r !in\in : ; w hi.-h are tie! following! Articles, viz :- throughout; with thor eviile ices of a true po trs lean.

; : 3 t,3t r4:1$ 1ritt 1uatv i the ti'-uie tl Jt.-c : hilL Ucutly, late of saul ( .UI.'V uei r l iir.s on 5.iio! r-ute, :.ic i ii.' "" *< 'S r.. v 'r. i i' : d! !:.! > Blue, Black, Brown, Olive Gn.en, Dal.lia, Violet, I f We me quite sure tjiere ari some parts cf Grrp.ri

1 txceItir, i i-oi.-cd. .\A.N C Y iJi.-.N: TL Y, btt-u dcclj red and art re JUC.-.IM! f 5' t'r ..r-l I aut Mulberry, Green and Mixed Dress $- Frock Cent*- .' character and of hi- mour ifu{ historyon which Vr.

: .,. J UXtz .tP, ; _: ; It .*' | rmivep.iymtM.t.j *i. K. lilCYTLOs.iiv *: | '-t'-ei mixed Ostr Coals, Germ.tu Camblet Box C\ats, [ Southev'? rescnrclfs will throw u new light. Tie
2u 1-Iegs LurJ > : ii :> >. ji --> ,; pictorial illustration: ;( re eJcellent wearepartienhrIy -
lifcd with merino and si'.k ihronihoiil ;
( L'lCL.-5i ue-tks tpi.tte-d a new |
r3 : ; JUdu. Butter.UrlcaJis ; .1. the h' ii'.i'rablc the .1t'-r dtt,1! -li ;, 3.v.: t i Ail l1Ur il4.S and >;iperb article. fc>upeiv[ ,.' Blac and Black! ClcthClonks pleased! with the f.nrtrar of the poet's mother: wl

Ii S'irr, \VltM y. B.-an-ly, e1. e.L : !:' county court of Jit etv I 'cj ir.ti .it Jer-.iiah Drfwi'r-, .. .*f ; c. .:.ti., C'viii tVr G.'i.ter.i'ii.! BLttk, Brown and Olive l I every view thu is> ma mertly the bestbat, btjooJaJj

G. H. k T E. LIN DLS UCitG EU. 1 f'jf\Vi.iiani I-tt- is U.I !>Jiv"unall ministration Kite of said on the estate dIrss-d.oj' Colonel! l \ r.-n.li.-r lit ; 'c >.iue !- tti '* t t !t ? ..i.i'ratu.x .:'"- Gixtn, do, for Ladies'. Blue, Bl.k, and Druo Cloth I j comp.-irisnnthe best the m.-at faithful, and the mast
c ,$.! .. rt.h. 7, -'tf-- --_____-. : J : ; ; countx'W. !fi. nllll:( :. an-! .! :j.ergons rt y v ay- i Vt- d! took faiii 4 and Cassiniere I'uiits. Black Mixed! Lavender and I fiisomating memoir >f Coy per that has ever mel the
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t StJraL.ti. '-< a-td niil maJ.e! IiL viie..t to Mf < ,-. 1 Cordt-d Bu<-'.. Blue. Blu-kand setl mixed Sat- I public! eye. -O vm rrt a Ihrald, .Yorember 7.
.' w '-c' | '- The work will! become : standard classic: ns5tje!
__:! i. i tinett do do Round Ja hrts. I'LbTS Ut t all dcscriptio.iv -
The snK r.l.-rlns ;L / fllattlv I)1liS 1''FOlt'z NOTICE.-AU ; eruns B-ie! and Black Ciutli Black Silk and I! is pure, sweet, and contnuous-us arrangement]uucious
hl f ICL.-.x tlHiIi.fi a.. I > ;. ;|t ,.! < to Fancy
.1 .
n-o, d :i W : .Ji rvin : taius 3gtinst; the estate 1 Jaci. I l''retc 'lJ and t it has think the
J 3 of the i Velvets of all Patterns 1'iures Cltulted Silk Black as aias j; >newe,
aats* i1 .il.l4e coun'/ i i"if'-I -.I'/j'-a: if- ,
.. : ;, ,.c.- i.: Le' a cullntv ncas d, ui e requirtat _
? uo. l1iho
d 4I.Lt.d vithiii the tiIj1 (!Ir'!'ntVum t th': e--ta'" f .-' .-4 i. '. .- ( r\{., Sain, EnclUh iilkstnj; oil, do, BtitF, Challice, Valencia ; fully adequate to our st expectation. embellishments
tv r'
Sued 'wii'ch with his 11 kt.o i. \\an-hiiuf, in style! of hih eicellence. TbeI
fill v.'i l.t: .t tid CU.tV. ; I :'r M.CIIUO, and all the nojt approveul patterns that arc a :
wi.l ; l litui h.Jisfti.ni the %\ .tier fr.-ui tt'H 4 4t : tii..y w i.l lC tiffV r barrtd. 1'.: ii-: '" *'' >ortraii of his mother 1 is btantifuL1*- !
4 i.L' <- t-i i-jrn; I *. 7 P ::/ J are to be found amonj; the !latest impottations. Also! I j tensely
'. : I '_ tahe
to tatt are r' (( t ttcp
>$ IO''U fu.es. Th> so h pj s'orc :..eir Cotton Cmtritr ..Vorfniit l2.I .
iy -- -v : a fire assortment ef Fine Linen Shirts, \Yhite &. Reti l goic ,

; with! !iim, ar uvsuix-i' that <-v< ry att--iiio.i will'C! beit. : .y'lIt.al 1'EPt1EN .V. SNELL..A _w flAViiT ijfl 1'taiiel! di, Ill). Drawers, Stcks, Gloves, Silk 1itmuJ-{ I London B.4LLwN and jRArocif.ViinM .

4 ,% jt t1;.. s'i i Lc.xlii t"-, Black Sill:; Cr.ivai>.Guin Elastic: Susjienelers -' : \ JACKSOSICE. 41I

l t .Mark-, Jan. IS 'J4tfK.. AY. IX USKY[ A 'MINIs'fltATOILS i NOT!C K.Ij Silk, Co't.'ii. and YYor.-ed llc-Je. y, (>e-'tie.ici.. Fine j l) I .-Tlic subsci her oilers to the ciuzeuii

i ;_ toraP ('fiIIrn.- Mercliaiit.N'U ;;;4 I lM i.i'.lit! ; alter dat; I will pre L-.it n.y .i< 1:1: .t [/:/ '/;:/; r TULVC; TIL z'L ;; .v j v.v;;] Bciuer 7/.Y7>, Satin B'.aver iio, outh's Sutiu Beer >- !I ; 'pointers of Middle I'.orida,his grateful thks

T it:K. >:z 3:: :.n.j vo.ii iicrb f.-r f.nal *.ttk-itit; ;in i .1, ; ,y T. \- do, Fur 5 (-at 'ap Uml.rei.as, ai'1 l every ai ice for their liberal pttrona o him, since he coalmen*

r'iiit1&rfIYfld: administrator of Al \ander II. He I ili-ii.I the Ju.lg-j! jf the County Court ,f L--i, :" ,.- -'D Il.L-EV'ILir\ which is needed lor a Gentleman's outfit. 1 ced business ill LaIthmaeo thrcuguwhichhe! bopc

; ..M._ i1uriay. d,4Lstd, Ivis. ipj.oitued oicordin to .t dis'-har'; lr sun the admini-stration ul" the ut.i'.i.1: JLC. S f, F -o/-i /it -P I is .L. :lr > l.riiu I.iMi. 1 J. B. B. woaldalsonttify! that during the past ?nmj yet, accomplish iis; puqose, vl establishing himself -

pc?* 2tv, JL'v: ). Vtsteju, jr. E q. i.f TaKahtfB-rf.'c!: l.i-> \'/V/iH-ju-hby Ii itel.nrt, deceased.SAKAli .i >s to ; n i.iHUfiiia'c' c!< s* ii fh'; :t.. '". i.c ;1"T j r..er, l.e has iei.r exgasrcd: in ianui"cttirin: the above permanently iuTallalussee,as a merchaat.-Tts

:\ Altu.i y, wh'"> v.-iil re"t-iv.' :'!! ii..nnr.d.v an \ arcountairam U'lHTEIIUItST.Dec. fore n..w oti't rs hiv "i-t.'r.: ". '." '. "f ..L .".j\if-! < t.r .'t1tiCkS, designed [iarticuar.y! f-.T this mat Iet, which !' subscriber has taken the laige and commodiouswe*

: -- t vii-1 <>, !tate, and a'kixnkri!: htrvicc <.f any I lUth, I I'-IJi I'J-Gia i I ii.c \\ii.jlc- ir part, to sun puHis. i ;. acry Mi.ail \ for cheapness! and durability, are hut lt be surpassedi house of R. Y. WcIlfi.rJ! I sqr.trmerlyoCCUpiCJti 1

;aroce II'cary to be issued :tanit tiil l otatedm- ai& (iv.atirry ; and as the work has ; U. J. Hacklcy, E-qr. ?nd v ill Le receiving from tin

b., iA l1 .tbfl't 411 )iah Cjroiiua.j.'itl'i5.: ..l'l.ltB i .N0TU1.I: j I His 1 sto-k riin-iti of a i'. iiL-ril a5'- ;i'.i t of cinths! I bt-eu m.idr! up i.ii'Jt-i-his own iuspeclun, he can -witliI time, untill next fall a lar>* siq'pI.of every distri-

Lmt.fT9ia : 1 I LY mnntis! after date, application will I le made to c-i >imers and sitmmrr 2o. .i C 4"u I IM omu '.arit'ty, I some elcL'ree of confidence: re-commend the same to ( lion of merchandize, which will be sold as low is ui

\V.LLEItTA located inti.e'.lo l'n ) the IK liorable lilt Jt;ije of 1 the County Court for i likcv.jsces, iJ.s ot'cvciv .'i-terr i ,.i. >, sfHrk', l.rsen | those who \\isli topuieh.ise! a first rate article. He i present high h state trf the mi rkets through the hole

.e see, r') jjavins- -.- -r.fers! himfolfpmn.in'-tJlly his ; rrfi ." ni f!r i ts t.'ie rt.unty "t ( iu.i-ecn! lr Jftu-rsof IMuui .sory mit bosoms and collars, &usj>; iidr>, .-. '"' "'ety, etc. 1! would merely aiM that his Ciothshave !been |nnr'i.V5cd i country will! admit, and on he most accommodating

4 lathe inl..ijiuns:! ; of Jelleison curutv, and its \ iciniIV. :.<: es'at'jof John \taleslutf ofd.uNd. n c>..inty! !Ii.dud.nij! a jreneral url..i--ut e t r .:".- lu.t.ic'c: t-! iiiediatelyfroni the iiio.r, and are from tic latest terms. The su> sroer has taken a fresh start business etf'vav

-. UC l hvTXa du-M. W. 1). IIARIllt5U> A.hu'r. j iur. 4rH ? arrivals. : \ and means hii exertion Sand attention

_- ----- --- -- Uunry: Jan I si, 1 =30. -TJ CmNoTicin ; I IlI i! ircri'! er .'.s irf tljc wj;> \\I '; tit nalic Tail tha- pp, October 12. l:3T: ?;. ] 2tfuiici shall! fully meet :hc futrona: of his fricnJs.
I' 3) LANUN.TJ .
1O1'(1 1ItA( ( EORGE
.. .lf. piir.-lrucs in his li'-r. inthei* ar iv' j.tly.f ile .\ -;.

; liliii] >M) to liisolil \varc-liMi) >e tIe : l h'te-st nsinons a iou) I inr: i'-: 10.. ;, t..d !:L.i ;i. at the THE UNDERSIGNED havnj: purchan-J the cn- : FE O l'ICL-johoi Tickor, Esq.of.1ubiei

sul.s'Ti( : .:.isrpc(;iul >.1 ectt4.I a si j r.cioiib build! A LL persons, id: btedto the late firm of K"rr .VJA. i.urtli attiy l-oWl j'i-tC3. tre inte re>t ot M r. Gideon EimTiy m the Mere-h..n- has apH[ >iijted the st bscribcr his aett'1'Y{
.,i .L 5'ur; .< ,no n .j'lebtf'l tu j.j ]kt: lM.j. ii t 't> < vinent. l: p. l \1' taxes and l.L real estate mt-'
hg c'J' <,y .: i tC.J it1.. ( I I It1 tht ti.c etb.tiineut cuiuiucte'd under the rirm t.: Beti.n. rent I.uitdiivand!
a ilMuTUYM'CARTY.St. ( Andc! Ir.-xins dev.a'ids !iin>t t :!L r-N.B. Al.l: prrot : !pV->.| -. ;.:- o't'. Lite'i '. i* Emory in this place, notifies his friends ai.druoir..jr city. The sturc not i.cc ij cd by S. M. Hill as

will prcv-nt ti.tm! di-iy atijientiruti d Ftu ti.c bii- tubers i iii .f H. A. i'n-r&nn i (C (-, .. .- .
Marks, !Vreml.er-27thl.-: ; r! | .i--e.-'iv! ih >, ti.at he is now re-e.\n( a general a oriir.eiit carpenters shop 15 oifrrid :l> lent
: : within ill- ti>no: pIi-sci-l'eil! *v l.iw. I .-i:. d in n aki-ui'iii- ,t'.% if'n t ..' .'ti.vir: o,''! ?:!-I Ino'it ol Gn 's >electe'd by hiin' ell: \\ith care in Bu May 7 I$36. 3tf GEO LA>MA>.

: (;: iidiaiz'.s Notice.IX P. K.ir. 1 :.'r.'f\Vm.K--rr.i to hiiit ur ts' 1 iini .-> A -. jit-- i it, I': ijr. tan New York and Baltimore* and nier! the
> >ame j
r 1 nunth.atUr il.ite, 1 sii.ill exhibit tn the Jndsccf I DA.VL. 1 1. 'ITRtJES. .dni'r s.f R.Sur-s.; his attorney. AH l m t-s ;, ; -, .. .., ,,"-. t t \.t d.ie iyan at ictiiice-il !prices at rttaii. ar ;;.e :arid occupied tv Ml 1Th:.

*4 thee'oL. .:y <%oiirt fir thecounty of Gadjilcn, my St. .Marks, ;5\b. -M'' H.;(;. -J-tf tiii.-iit, a hle-ial! eii.-! ;:nt wil I:! he ina-te for ti.eM thela.e riinn. ALSO rglHE Mibscriber respectf il'y informs the vn
I ;
: ct'OHiitsand v< i.r'ut-rs as yuaidian j" the) minor heirs ; V. II. II. j "' JL that he will have th : j2jilSjaiIFj -
: Expected brig direct from
AI\1 I N1SI'1tA'1'OR' per Harmony, 1
s NO'l'I c 1.S 1. 'tDL aired and fitted up
of Jonathan! Tl.otna, and apj h'for a ilisrharj "jry'TT-i-lT--i----Tii1------: ; -i-i ...V i, t IT.II ., ,... fc.Iirk Liverpool, OIL coii-'ii'tnnent, IL thoronghly rej oauom5'him .

.: .' ___March: -Jfij-! ".:. 33-C.ns JESSEE McCALL- I X nio-alhs after date, I thai! present myucc mns I 1 IB of jroods in Taila'.a.i, > Tiw'\s TiLLtve."MAI .- :><) tons hammered IRON icsrecepiiun by ihe tenth Ottliot.ofl-ecembe who a'e willing He pledges to *

and v.Trlii fur l lliial I bcttkine-nt. and wio! wi-l I :, .J l -i' ."0 Crates Earthcrn WARE neit.
r IC'IOll J. 1IUNT11t-h1avnI1vr1nIuiLIv ;ra apply to Fip- : if -i f> ( a r. r whole! j jf } self that shal be for the accommodation

%.i located himself em the ThonusVille road: eight I tl.w i -ii. Jin!.;. of the C"iinty C'.uit of I LOU Cou'iitv, f : lo :til n fill: IHIMII.-S-,, :. 'i i o.t! ; :\. e. 'i ..c not'-s | IM> pieces COTTON BAGGING every and"couyeeience a'.t.'nuon his paid .

;' i..; liiiit.liom lu.r'.ii. of Tallahathte', icspectfal'y oilers foi a discliaiirj: t from tin: .\.liniiii. tr. tor hi'of] tic! ctae '. and arcoiiits: nf tl e ILb5! .. ire i i v i L i !s of l. lUJO .aks Liverpool ground SALT, o. patrons.A.. A. FISHERTalaha -

,, his profcsMoir.ii: -ervicf-t to the utiztiisuf Leon roun- I : of James 1 fl! umister (Jtrtascd.M"arch j J. 1 : u KLUY, T.pfo* c-'ii. i t. K. !, \NMAN'. \vhch! he offers at whobale to Merchant, at or nea Nov. 20th. l 35. 15tf

10 IbJG. IJ-J-Um N DL'ULKY' i ; Thr siiiis-rib. wII: : . New York see.
tv. April) !*ih i:5o.: :r im r u tr > :\ >tFil price's.Cotton
Ii nl : f-- purcha> as usual. C
JUIINTEI. BEAI4E. A)3ilSIST1ATOlt'S l : .Nu1'ICL.: i TUUBUTT R. BETTON i 1S36. Tin Board of D rectois cf this jflSZItl)'

: Altormy! at LLlr, M.titliatlo! FloriJn. IX ii.'jul..s jiftti datf, 1 sltail pivN-nt A.K5 .-- c_' I'KNS.V: i--: I ct j!.. "- I Tallahassee, Oct 1, l.s3J.f Iron have this day, declared e dividend of flYP
my : :
> L.kn.'f V..1. \ \ I'in-ioi. ., (
ILL prai-.u-e in the} Court ol appoaK-: and the't.4 counts and YOII>-|.< i-> l\: a fai.al M a-; ini ; ..u.dnuply r. : on the amount of the capital aid in, for Uehal ye3l
Supenur Courts of the middle Distr.ct of to the I Urn. tl.t- J&idc of ihc- C : Court of g$ .L3 l< w !'' ''' '' "' to 1'C' 4 I -t .y :. ; ending the 30th :'nstnnt, pajaile to the _-

Flonila- i 'l_i! '; Uk' (;atkd..s! : 'ty, for .' discharge tVi.m .uty tlj "Adiimi -g? ami v. :.lm! 't t \ i J i. 1 .n r> r.'iitut fSllIE Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his or their legal representatives, on or after the ay.
i _
$ no >'v ti. 'a.t. board. Cashier.3G
tratoiihipof l he Cstatfof.Sli.il ui! McC.il .. j'iss.e, lt on JL l fiiei.'is! and the i in of May etisnin;. L. A. Tl IOMPSON,
Uular i'flcA't/A (jt.tu-un &l. Jlarku VYl Orleans.Tho dr d' S Mirk i Mav Mill I I.- -if j public general, for the liberal I ;
WM. U. 31ctALI. eiicoiiragrmt'iil he has received since he has wW
Adn.t-. been in i
sclir. Wa liin
Lady( < '- February 2 J, ISHu.: it'-Llni "VIK T x Mill i ri i'O.i-r] i L itot.eo.i.3 .- this placv, and solicits a con ilmuinee of their L arc authorized to flounce W1LU

i-&a i .n, AL nwaim, aim scnr. v a.>,nintion) DMINfsiRATUll'.S fuliv ili'i! >nu> llu' p.;! 'i.-, tiit! hi- l.-i-j ip.. nivl in age. He has just rctunicd from New York, and patron-hasiC4C1Vel STON, as a canetidate to represent Leon t y1'cxtLcgislativeCounc

% Win. Led will apj.ly rcgttlaily thio' A .NO'lT'-K.-AII t<.t e-ity of Tallaha.ssre, no\t i* tori" 'I r i 4.-t ofaiia per brig Somerset eiirect from that place, a in the I. __ 40-

-. --- -- ca>oti.P. j t JTJiLhaviiij,' claims: aaiiit: the es'.a'c i.f Samuel \7 i ilmt; s//sY, i in wh.cli: Invll;! I 1. -r.i; a c..ia' issortmcnt [ general assortment of fall and winter GOODS f' weeks I I.i
con- i OTICE. Dunn- abs for a lew
( H. SWAI.M, at St. Marks and i dtcc.-itctl, Lite of Hillsb! >.i flLZlI rouniy, hi tin-, t.nitory of umins\, \ isting tot the following A tides, to wit:- .i: Carolina-Mr. William: my Hilliard ence is agent.

,p.. I Agents. 1 'allahassee.ILLWELL arc lit I CJy required to pn s ul ilifu; dulv a uhf-ii-, and all! ih usual \aiietyct aiiii-l.; 'i L.Lt. L-tluiig: tothishiu my A DDEL.Ij44 .
a. Super blue black drab and I 40. V. Vf. \V
lifted \vithin the liiiii Teii-nl ed jar green, Broad
4 ( N. W. ST] N. Orleans.nit : | by oriln yvii of Ipitrin., ss.Tin -
'a e' iwr. 1st 1S3I. 1:1t1: be forever baried, lhos: indebird to -.ud estate aieie- shop! will bo c.irron l-v :Mr. Lr.xvis, who isa Cloths. I 'U R L W Y JKh..
_ Do. lible milled Cassimeros. f ilitT, mlmtreAM I ... t1i aboviii
i-ied iiuiie i ( r> r nf -- '- :ii ;t f-r. ....
a GDODS GlUJCEtUtrI1A1tIJWME qui to immediate aymetit U; w o H i d'KMttd I and cxpeiir : .'d i'iu --and all or- :iII1'Iui,, 'V LU 3U4 1''

: D"IIY: _The subcnber, ivsed f Mr., .1.8 I I11rEv.jJOTtUESix deis and &-s.I iptiasUS \vili [bviiOsl ..:...iuu.Iy attended a. sji tint-lit of Miner Sailings.ccs port about 10th of June.-Fot pSM
having of
t' I purcl Negro Kerseyt, Linsoys and Fustians. to Patrick i err in Tallahassee,*
p. of Tallahassee, oilers them for sale on accommodating .1.. lion will bo made to thu ii n. .hulgu ot I; -N.: n.ll drills, 5 's "mtliie.j MIT.I'UH Painted .Muslins, Fancy Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Swaim, Lovd! Sc Co. at Su ksj22

I terms. Ttic assortment embraces a great variety of the county court of (iaelsden county for letters __ Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Silks. StoringShippirgf of Cotton

articles, and by Jate arrivals from New-Yoik, i is now bALK. '- ,li-j u ... -M nt-d ctLissa'c tis.Rrady .
...; of odiuinistration the 4-STURGES wil attend to SLor :$
complete, )planters and country merchants arc invited on csta.e of Samuel I. u I for his j roK.y: : i C_ ;ow i. o. IlritIiIiaeofls. made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagging.5UO KERR adTai1a

.. to call and examine the goods &. judge for themselves. Edwards Jute of said county decescd.RAC11AEI : : :-.'nv, <. ;< I .1 -. :uul eommoili-: pieces brown, bleached, plaid 4-strip Domes- Cottoh-they will also $G
entrusted their for
t4t; ,42 TllOMASTlLLINGUAST. 1WA! liDS, .. (Otis 1 !TEl i : u'! or'. TC in said Bale Rope; black castor, beaver, drab, and Wool Cotton to care shipment 8JA"
market in the United Slates elsewhere
t. e 11j-ccTcThA I'l(55-iO1t SALE.-For sale, u valua1 AVM.: II. HUiiiARl\; town, with all tIme out !.' .!. : s n.r.; .! ni': > su.-h an Hals. purchase at either their Stores cr in Tallabasse; c suMarks.

tituated on the Oscilla river, one establishment. Also I'm j ; i.iimprt; ; v J l Sts. iii the! A few dozen "Walebone Bonnets. 1934.
Gth 163G. O.t. 4th
i mile above the ferry, in Jelierson county, Florida ; I May 39.6wDMiL'TEtATOR'NOTlCE.Ul mo t eligible! part tit the iir.\n Atilitil to :he Hotel 500 pair Russett Brogan Shoes. _. ,

I. containing four hundred and forty acres, of prime A is a Stable 100 1 foot in Ici.'tli by :V in breadth! 500 pair Kipped Bio nn Shoes. } Oi'iCEihe subscriber has just reeeitedrf

land ; 6C acres ol which, arc cleared, and under good perns neatly framed and end >sf d. Gentlemen's and Ladies Walking Shoes. 1 II schooner Joy, from Newark? and is uo O9
XJLhavinf t.aims the estate of W.
with ; apuinst Elijah The hcathfulness of tiaritn 250 Negro Bhnkels ins a general assortment of spr ng and summer jf&
A a Rose
Icnce ;-together good and substantial dwelling iaas sunnicr: retreat pa.r large Blankets &c.
. .}b i' house, and ati necessary out buildings. The Oscilla : Sweat ill reaped within are the rupiirrd to present hnv them duly mthenticated ill:- the daily arm ival ot stae "liii;! r ta:'. or v.ciand the Old Cognac Brandy Jamaica Rum, Holland Giu. consisting of printed; and par: sled French rous iw w
prescribed by
a river runs immediately through this tract, affording befori.virb.Mrcd. JU1LN ,TATUM.or they prospert of n direct liiie of Lii-" n !kly fae:> to the city Rectified Whiskey, Wines, Teasand, florentines, cantons and diagozl aaltinets ; erm "

' a most excellent mill seat. For terms, apply to Jas. Mth (fit. St. Joseph passing ih-nu-: I; M I r.ami i '-t Columbus Cuba, St. Domingo, and Jamaica Coffee. etc. 3, 4 and 5-4, bleeched and brown domestic*?
:' May IK36. 40f.w O)
A. Berthclot Esqr., at Tallahassee, or to the subscri- -will render il the best j'l.v! 'or .; liot Ttentertainment With an assortment Cutlery Crockery, and 4 and 5-4, furniterie anil comnoo.i checks; t
ui l C :. The Stockholders) of i.c|. ikWU I.1. Hollow! superior cotton osaahuygs cro kery ware, loa5
her. ;*Stf P.deMALHERlJE.OR I in Florida. I will take! for the .. o e Wnrc, &c. ;
& _ _ __ _ _ _ .1. property schoone Warsaw,,ament
mica and St. .tIhtl ail Ilail'Ki ('am- e-i With etc. Expected pet
t Joseph's izhit thousand dollars--fourths > ; I .n tiving posscs n.any other articles, too tedious to mention. par

', F RENT.-The store it back kitchen p\fiy," will please to lake notice, that ar. instalmentof ion, the balance in two n..u il I !i.st.ilui: '.Is, hearing All of which will be sold low for CASH, or approved of hardware, and.a few su 3er ior Fifte* & "
formerly occupied by the subscriber Ten Dollars share the stick said Credit. barrel -all will be sold low for cash or appro"
I ,. per on capital of nilerest Ironi date. The furtii'iir- MI UI to the* Country Merchants caa be supplied guns *
: I also, a small office with two rooms company, is required to be paid at the Company's of establishment, unioimitii'. t ne cm tit. t; and four at a small advance on the New York prices. credit, purchasers are invited tc call and exammn V *
. DU
I P enquire without any delay of G. LAN3IAN. flcemt, St. Joseph's, on or before thc25ia day of June luousnnd dollatsoulJ, .: M.a*, i i.. .r: ,-. used value, The! subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to themselves. AF DRAI Y

; MayTUi 183G. 39 next, and n further instalment of Ten Dollars per on time. 41 I Ia,: 1'MU: ; \ ; AUTlEll.JCPrhe ;: New York or Charleston, S. C. He will purchase April 9th 1836. ._ '

share thirty days thereafter. Uy order of the Uturd ; Columbus H.-rjhl.ci.d TailahassccFloridian Cotton, and give the highest market prices. URING my absence from I territory **
V lor bale
BLANKS every description of Direciois. THOMAS BERTRAM, will give the above three inscrlion-jjUnd forward ALEX. FORA1Y DUVAL. D BROOKE VAS.H,-will act as my leaXlj atkt

office. 11 Secretary.i accounts to ibis otHcc. September 5, 1835. 4-lf ed attorney, 42thv

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