The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 11, 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
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00190
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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; Gooos.-Just ;ved ;( : = -!- '1--.l_. -J __,-- ._1_T _" ,--.....;;". I.
"s1I:; SPRli UJ.ltimore.8n .rxtensave TOE of Lancers
m rons to/all Salveriy's
., fro consisting in part of the flAitmupS. upon cavalry -
r,ssortment (1 goo Js, which augmented by three squadrous' of

.rticJes, ftOCERIES, Curassiers. recharged on the Lancers. The

and ]jans, LH'O: 1BalL., cured, e latter receded some from inability to make
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and Ill:1Ckel, '. .. .
; lIour, : --- much with their
-'-- impression lances
n.1timre the
; r. upon T
I\'C tnJ codfish I I,
.' k,laTd, I berrifl I "' :. I '. "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE.f ." Cuirasses. The infantry of the first line also -
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'rand other brandies, receded a little and Salverry '
lInd either a J appeared to
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, ". .' Cl"n.; inds, and citron, mlI mo, V .. A -- -- have gained a temporary advantage when
tam W &3SUB D1JJi1
2 :' glntPer ei:fi1 raisins, and anchovies( JflOfldS, : ___ 9 UUcZi_ Q W' o Q .aa Q 41th Gen. Santa Cruz, placing himself the head

en-ort, Rnd .. of the 6th battallion of made
!: ofMll other NOTICE reserve a sudden
4 assortment
}"Iili ft n.f c It cnsive civilized nation, where it i is necessary that hi j fng them with
subscriber "good soldiers" charge and fire this
- $. THE has just received, per schooner entirely unwar- vigorous at fortunate moment
jJ IN =!' 'DRY-GqODS.: direct from N.York, a general assortment centre army, supported by its respective wings rantable and unjust-Hundreds and thousandswere followed up by the Lancers, which decided

rtn and nvisib1c br'adclot! Groceries,-consisting of should be brought up in regular array, againsta ( it necessary) 'woul support me in the the battle after having lasted 55 minutes
e ..;:,ck, Paris painted muslins, Cognac Brandy, disciplined to assertion
army fight scientifically! -and that better The .
T rrl 1tions and were

: .ker,:I ,,\Vts.nd I I'n cauco, I\ndslllne. pattcms, Old Rectified Whiskey, Common 'Vhi key, the slightest error in their movements were never engaged in aay war, than those hotly puisued. The prisoners taken 07 Santa -

;)tz: ,' Marseilles, %TSLIII;, Holland Gin, might totally disarrange his "tec/// digested Volunteers who loll Georgia, and) the adjacent : Crux were 220 chiefs and officers, "inclu- '
.r tot LOfldofl latsrlet r of colours I Claret, Sicily, ) plans"-in such a case, he might have been Mates determined
f,,1r('( to freo Florida from the ding Slaverry, 1500 soldiers, the
) c\h\ Including
: 'IJ'e,iO, 4 PalcIIIlO LonncL (new Madeira, Port, and J WINES justified in
iii 'fUSCJn Malaga \ perhaps, asking for good soldiers, Indians, or like Dade and his comrades die in artillery and 5 standards. The Cumbers:

J'e.I' vanuy: of pantaloon Muffs, Cuba,:ud Jamaica Coffee, o/'volunteers." But when skulking Indians.. the attempt. And now, that by a snail like are stated to have exhibited proofs of prodigious i-
v a
?o.nc lul: musliiuNlia] and liuh I I'Jclot men, Cavendish Tobacco, firing under the protection of dense hammockswith movements and gross mismanagement, the valour woilhy of a bettor cause. Santa ..
tJand r sha\\ Is, A Superior of (to our men impenetrablo to flee Indians
:. and pOC nap Saddlery., ) swamps are cunquercrsGen. Scott must needs Cruz lost 242 killed and 18S wounded ,
'aU.C I Fresh among -
T !jgfhg and coverlets, Teas, to, are opposed to them, they should be net decry the volunteers them
fl 0aburr veilS alu belting I Castor Oilc, basely throw the a commandant and two captains.
'j : dIes :!Io1:5 on their own grounds-and their own mode of I whole odium of the The
'fry,1II nablectc. ExpcC'telt per sdir' Joy a general assortment of campaign upon them enemy 600 killed and 350 wound
'lfS i8 'hlOI handkerchief ai d cambrics, SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, all whicliwill be warfare adopted. profess to know but little \ve should hardly think the lofty Scott could ed. ,.

>[;5,S. tIC etc. (',Ie. etc.SA'MAUE sold Ij w for cash, approved credit. of such matters, but I: should imagine that (descend to such mean,
'I t, SJcE: | : CLOTHING, A. FORMY DUVAL. Volunteers could advance and fire them his total want of subterfuge -
w and nude to orJcr m the most March 26, 1836. 3ctf upon magnanimity and candourwill DEATH OF THE SULTAN OP SIG .\ponE. '
- ; fane J' full as well as Regulars. And would here only serve
wer mOle Hussien
fully to his Sha
better known
-' \ expose own Tiwnko
cfclM as
si ;
\.* Ie RL sy cutlen', pifcnt j>oclct rifles, pcrcusjolhnsaxcs ask-during the late campaign. has there been conduct. The characters of the majority of..Long, Sultan Signapore died at Malacca

I i 4utDVA\ d listos! ; ( !! hatchets: etc. Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his any want of courage, or willingness to do so the olunteers are too well known individual the 2d of Sept. He
"on :Ian SADDLER and the public in general, for the liberal was interred the following -
1 nnd Engii.h saddles, encouragement he has received since he has been in evinced by the Volunteer carps ?-Have not ly.. to need public \'indication-antl perhaps. a afternoon with military honors.._ miullln.....
Et'll\1Ch) -- ---
r. u6' 4ps. :,rnarun..llls, and sadJlc bags, this place, and solicits a continuance of their whenever halj a chance was afforded them by three years war," may determine whether the guns being fired corresponding with the -
Js&. rCi ns 1"on etc, age. He has just returned from New York, paLron-l. their General, striven in to leceir f failure her of nun- "\
. harness, ('fmp every way fight ; was owing to the Volunteers, or years he had attained. tho dctnso
d .b) ef,ill n>acc to order and by the best ofbL'1ic.S received era) assortment per brig Somersett of fall and direct winter from GOODS that place, consisting a I Ier : boldly and manfully ? Yes, they have doneso to their honorable. Marslike commander 1 of t his highness the pension of JJy$1,300 >er '

4 '*l8'nsHOES;) hats, caps, whips canes, cnt'onl of the following: Articles, tu wit:- even when attacked under the most discouraging have only dwelt upon the conduct of Mrjor month wiil now revert back to the government& ,

-I JIB*lUuiirllM, brushes and combs.'pTMERY Super blue, black, green, drab, and adelaid Broad circumstances, as our own volunteer Cooper's Georgia Battalion, (who left this -that a provision sheuld be made for the Sultans \

- : tndaiaiietyof fancy articles, tint Cloths. Avere on the 31st of March when they place for Florida) because bpins deeply inter- family seems reasonable but l before the ,;

t l IWrtl"0 Uerv anJ SUMIC "'"re. For sale low, OflLLr1 Do. double milled Cassimeres, of different coJours. were fired upon wading a difficult pond up to ested, 1 have t.Jcell1n"rt' fully iriio med or their .' ol..im i : finally admitted J, some; inquiry I

:.t )Uj ;, by An assortment of super Sattinets./ their waists in water and all their provisions&c. mo\'cments-but doubt not the conduct of all Lie acvant7'uusl' ill titutetl wight, II
li.1 iLk T. E._LI\DF.\: J 00 pieces Negro Kerseyt, Linseys and Fustians. I to hi. la-
-jlM.VflCANDC0NSUIPT1f \' English, French, and American Prints. on their backs.-Did they not promptly the Volunteers was as little blameable astheirs hilly are. They ae dl perlletl.n<: .? (.- f "" I,

t prculent and fatal of all Diseases. mcinttocmtod Painted Fancy Shawls, Handkerchiefs,and return the fire of the Indians, and rush boldly Public papers will show that my statement as any probability cxisiing of iheirbem"; t. tlt- i

f I ,Fmo' wciotj-the( Con"unip/mn-may Super tics.Ready Pongees. Lustring and Fancy Silks. forward into the hammock, in entire ignorance regards the former i is an impartial one. ted by the liberality of Government!it* '> liffely -

: :a1lroelrarcdt8the,. icast B\"Alarming tiiintion! : :of it disorders appears, made Clothing &.c.; Cotton Bagging. : of the numbers of the enemy there con- They are now on the way home, and they to premote a disgraceful amour only of th* : J

; '' 'II\ID t negltctfdcold.a&i! nfiv thousand- ; pen"uno;die annualS I- 500 pieces brown, bleached,plaid striped] Domes-: cealed. % will find their "amor patrisc" much streigthtn- now widowwith a notorious( ;: character-a 2mIa.:

s ;')ne!conniption.hundred Moluf;" thee 1 dr.-adful I I I result.-I Dale! Rope; black, castor, beaver, drab, and Wool It is true that Gen Scott has made himself ed, when after all their hips.-having been lacca Clingman, named Tornbcy Kadier. who

lie': arrihutcd: ( to common cold, and a negligent A few Hats.dozen Walebonc Bonnets. many enemies amongst the Volunteersby len- without tents, exposed to the rain, Jews, and is stated calculates with certainty upon his

J :.,mcbe oftbe bamwmp; cough hvdillicult; that SCllt'rallyensue breathing !! ;U() pair Russett Brogan Shoes. dering fruitles. ..their anxious endeavors to put scorching sun-often suffering for want of not improbable good fortune; as the reward

L : I, omlh'' :at, last followed; I'lcera'ted Lung Violent I pain and 500 pair Kipped 13iogan Shoes. an end to the :Florida war this season; and, I food-and many probably never: will recover ef his. intrigue. A report also believ-d at

:te,1dAsthn1atJr d. "! at1dfkS. aUu.biingon COlImmvt 1\e Gentlemen's and Ladies Walking Shoes. believe, tho whole army, "good Soldiers," as from the effects of the climate, that after all Malacca sates, that Klin-min: had ingratiated
: -!\ m:, One or two dollars expended in the! purmI"U 250 pair Negro Blankets large Rose Blankets, &c. well as "Volunteers," are thoroughly disgust-: their trials they will! find themselves repaid by himself so much with the Sultan durin" hi-j .a I
Old Cogn.v: Brandy Jamaica Rum, Holland Gui.Itcci.ified ,
,!.of FOlt TUB} PILES! ( ; Whiskey, Wines, Teasand, with his conduct-as the whole nation :should jhe :gross, unmanly attack of Gen. Scott. i lifetime, as to induce the latter to order tho !

: jiFRlESlEI.1)\to rCetlllllllf II (\\ !lich he Cuba, St. Domingo. and Jamaica Cofi e. be; for the termination of the war needs no The General should remember that it require : betrothal of (ms daughter to him, but that the .

I .ii,. r::rril'r 1iJrrnlc.t[) Ll'g('unl\h'nrc,11'.1\e ) one of thf' most valu- With assortment Cutlery Crockery, and comment, it speaks for itself. And let us but as much ability and good generalship to elfect I young Judy had awa) s entertained the greatest l

I ,t' ireJieF! (know"n for this troubU! >ume: and painful.ijthinl. Hollow Ware, &.c. look at the means in his power for subduingthe a masterly! retreat, as to lead on and conduct I aversion, nay, the most hostile[ feelin' s

I .. ; ; \\'flbut l.a going. HI hipo into dHail:*!*>,-ion lie the deems I most it uncicje ejfji With many of which other will articles be old, too low tedious for CASH to mention.All or apProved -. Indians; he certainly! look time to well ma- an alrzcanti f fear, (if this is his mode of for the wretch, although with her mother the
, to ! (ii.;! .t !ha iiiorc completely aniduttit Credit. Country Merchants can be supplied ture his "plans" of operations, before putting procredurc,) he will prove as unsuccessful in circumstance of such alliance served only asa

. :' IUrpj) I'I1'! which It 1 is intended, than any at a small advance on the New York prices. them in execution. In numbers he IMOIC than the former (as rrgaids this unfortunate campaign convenient, cloak.-[Singapore .Chronicle.

p'jl1pular lJIed .n: York or Charleston, S. C. lIe will purchase
IV-reined ifpi-'rlcctly i innocent in its application, Cotton, and give the highest market prices. for in his letter he states, there are not above the latter. E. -
il: Ctllllllll)JIS. aitaiid; K'M$. l Ki.il I dirt-ctioiis I .
each ALEX. FORA1Y\ VUV AL. "13 or at most 1500; and there never has been BRICK MOULDING.
\ c
tf the ci.injilamt., accompany
tfipUn'iet \\hi""l" con
sum: Puce( $1 for the \\Jwle, or oU cents e finllE LARGEST FAMILY JfEWSPJIPER In was computed at from 5 to GOOD. The otli- lie flj Xocabaya! or M de I:uiat in Lima. I zette, the fallowing information respecting anew

. .m*of Jk article, \ i< w uiled.liOTE !. JL the United Slates. This is nots.iid in the piritof cers next in command were able men, and TianslaU'd from the Redactor Pcruunno of I. invention for making brick. I

: inTu JuOTiTr 3TA T i s.:\I.1 I.THr. vain boasting, but because It can with strict justice, certainly would have promptly executed his Feb. 2U, Bulletin!! X o. 7: dated Arequipa There are at the Hail of the Franklin Institute -
-lic! decrepitude! and defor- jc declared of the Philadelphia Saturday Courier, I Iwhich the
exrrucialmg pain issued model of
each hundred orders, had they been to them; indeed, Feb. S. a machine for raouldin
contains of
, upwards two
'd hick thc
'. lnll'the : \ arc
\ : ago.
w'TJu'ndiii'.sofMieJi!! ; jifematurc,.ojdcr, arc ullVied by ma anti fifty distinct articles, in prose and poitry, litera- it is the universal belief that, had Gen. Clinch THE BATTLE. brick from dry clay, by which men and boys

,' ''itd pl1Tlr: ncurl'. ortiiFajipoiiitincnt! in the eHica ure-science-the arts-the latest foreign and domestic been entrusted with the entire command ;| the Salvery was silu.ited. upon the heights of Chal- can, with the aid of a horse, make about 14-

01! the 8utieruo pretended antidutos to elleclthiir news--police reports-sporting intelligence campaign would not have ended till a more lapamda, north of the city, from the approach 000 bricks per day from the dry clay, and lay :

: e.JEUB'S BuUlwi CELEBRATED who ha\< made i fair LINIMENT"BiBC3 trial oft miscellaneous notices of new intelligence woiks-besides-!' the an drama immense-marriages fund -of- convenient season; and the season being win- of the army. He had fortified the bead of the I them on the kiln ready for burning, the brick

.; 1 c.<<>non !!.aiiHiir! and of the mot severejpirt'.ct deaths-prices of produce, merchandize, stocks, &.c. ter has been entirely in General Scott's favor. only bridge communication with him. A J thus formed requiring no process of temper-

: (haierctfucdcerlain relief, and many hav( -engravings-internal improvements, rail roads, canals The Indians also, when the General made his counter battery was established on the 30th InoThe machine can be so arranged that

-mtdIDafc"'dil\b. >.nmein 4 hours! as a num --travelling agriculture, etc. embracing every advance, were somewhat disheartened by the Jan. From the 3Jst of Jan. to Feb. 3d, tha i 1 or 2 men can bu employed to give it motion

-/prsons in Hut<>&! and \ieiuit}', who were for variety of topics that. can possibly be introduced vlcivd; "a ubtalueu overtnem by Gen'h.} Clinch action was kept up with great obstinacy: upon i though of course not to do the same amountof i
ir.to Journal.The
fcruflieteduith: : ; Jili<.' lilatism, have >'ery fully testi a public Philadelphia Saturday Courier, now established and Gaines, with their small numbers-and the bridge and along the banks of the river, I work.
j tt CerUficites are IH the pO'c'sior.! of the 1'roprie :
*:"f\ll"In;the! most tJlorou.h.! and surprising cures bj for near five years, i i. we believe universally of subscribers.acknowledged these mostly "Volunteer::."-,The volunteers corresponding to the city. Gen. Miller was I We understand that the machine at the Institute i

I .nsof this powerful LINIMENT: in cases wheic to THOUSAND have the!largest!) The number largest variety of IittH1LUrC who formed a part Scott's army were composed sent from Puquina to Orcupy, Tambo. Ishy invented by Mr. Hallovvay< is fir pre i

.auPI''J\ed' lpplications had utterly failed. (TWENTY, entertainment and news, as well as being the of some of the most respectable part of and Vitor, in case the enemy, in the event ofa ferable to any other, in ihe rapidity of the work J

; PC1IFRIE'S EYETER largest and cheapest newspaper published in the tJniLcd the community:>t only of our State, but also defeat, should attempt to escape to his ships and the exceeding simplicity of its structure.

t '7e' or inflamed I'ycs.: gins immediate ease ant States. Notwithstanding its enormous dimensions of our sister States. Volunteers who have The result shows the foresight of ibis arrange The price too is so small that almost any (person -
; il l Onrecem the efiect is salute with 1
EOreey. it is printed a splendid NapierSteam press,
-Where the CI'III'II'lItit! has! been of years standing unexampled upon rapidity ; thus giving the account of sales sacrificed not only their domestic comforts, merit. A party of dragoons which General' interested in its success, may try the ex- I

9) .t.!same eicpedin" had c.&se.tl most unexpettecuiMira.lereiitff markets and news, to the latest dates. but many who have also made immense pecu- .:\i. sent to Islay, took prisoners Gen Valle, periincnf. One of the machines: to move by .

i..: / has bp.cnou IK! in the useofthit'uur The Philadelphia Saturday Courier is published at niary sacrifices: many of them being men of Col. Monloga, &c. principals! of the expedi- a horse, working moulds, will cost about I
slier: e\ei) other remedy! had failed. Man} the low of For this snail sum subscribers $300 and smaller,
price business; who have relinquished: their all by tion intended against Bolivia.: The enemy ; a machine for one man, by j
wwiio Live used i it the best; each week,
;, it, pronounce ; pre valuable and entertaining matter, which .
oaafur: these coinpiaintFthpy\e ever met with, get enough to fill n common book of 200 pages, and equalto engaging in this expedition, as (to them) the at Arequipa began to retreat on the night of about 4000 per day can be made, will

"ty:: :' In ca:!>es oftorene s or inllaiiialiou of long 52 volumes a year, and which is estimated to be most important part of the year. Volunteers, Feb. 3d. Early on the 4th, the army overtoOk cost not far from $50.

I r.if. IVice'Jo cents a bottle. read weekly by 15,000 to 20,000 people scattered in whom concurrent testimony assures us have them iu (L'chumayo, perfectly well paced! The attention of our brick makers generally -

; *None ire genuine, unless signed on the out sidedWraprerEiythe all parts of the country, from Maine to Florida, and borne all their privations and hardships cheer on the opposite bank: of the river, the bridge j I and others interested in improvements, is:: .
;i sole T. KIDDMRwate the lakes.
proiielor the seaboard
from to
the hope of being ablo lo accomplish of which was sustained by the whole I called to the invention of Mr. Hallowuy.
succeed to the lat !)r. W. T. Conway Two thousand dollars ar.d upwards, have already fully-in army
ru">eat Ills Ctontin r J lloorno\er No09- Court been expended by the publishers of the Saturday something importance to the cauje in winch J in re than 3000 strong posted on commanding t THE UNITED STATES AND: FR.i .cE.-In.

,, "near Concert Hall:| Uoston, and also by his speDruggist. Courier 111 literary prizes, and in payment to American theyj had embarked; and Volunteers, whose I hills. Gen. Balhviau, with a battallion !, the House of Representatives: on Tuesday: ,

"ppDJltmcDt L) ; t. writers. Five hundred dollars will shortly be of- only earthly motive in leaving their comforta- of the guard, endeavortd: to force the bridge, ; the following Message was received from tho
Y.. DAn\AIlOJr..Co. its columns and
fered in for promo-
, "... !hassee.: !( March 13. 14 (No. 3 tion of knowledge prizes and the encouragement of American homes, was to assist their suffering brethren I against the enemy. In this t fierce contest | President of the United States, by the hand of

-- literature, evincing degree of liberality believed It would seem strange that men going with t which did not succeed, the Gen. lost( over 70 !) Asbury Dickens Esq. and read:
w Touic.
4 ) Mixture] Pills.
j, \ :1St'qucn"e: of tIre niuntri-us and Anti-Costive attempts to palm t;a be unprecedented, as their success has already been such motives as these, should not (even if not killed and as many \\ undetl. Though Gen I WASHINGTON, May 10:, 1SCG. a

. .i4rju nt tion..f Ruwand's ,'aluahlcte: it. unexampled Courier is strictly neu- "good soldier," in Gen. Scott's estimation) I Santa; Cruz, the Coinmander-in-chief knew I To the Senate and Hou e of Representatives:
The Philadelphia Saturday
.! :I .. 1j.. ,(lub1J, .-ho lu\s determined! to confide theo tral in part politics and religious controversies. fight well and nobly. I the imposMhilityiofsucceeding: upon this: point I Information has been leceived at the Treasury .

, -.1fcvm:; 'x: \' 4L a'":I tnfs in ditlcrcnt parts of the Orders enclosing the address and amount of sub- If their movements, as Gen. Scott in his I he dirrcted! several (balfnllions to support the I! Department, that the four instalments

,. ,.rllw!>! eu"'.rd lorn ihe wont more tkf efl'ccwalll.rainst genuine I articles the can im-be scription and postpaid in.all cases will be carefully letter complains, were delayed, to whom I pt:iiiun, in order to divert ihj attention of! under our treaty with France have been paid : I'

., '...'"II\!' lit.r ti'iaudionsfd.ndcrs; lie. has'" instructed attended to. if WOODWARD addressed, to & CLARKE, should be imputed the fault i Certainly not I Ito the enemy until night, when he contemplated I to the agent of the United Stutcs. In communicating

L :r.o.: K: iuB.UHi. New York, PhiLdilnhia, and 45 Franklin Place, Philadelphia, Pa. them. It was not the fal // of Maj. Coopers I an attack on the.1 lighl wing. Seeing that the ': this :satisfactory>> termination of om-

.;). ll4t; ji'trick ?It, Mies to mtrchauti and others of Battalion, that it was kept idle at ricolata lor enemy could not be da iven from his position, | controversy with France. I feel assured that

..i\...,::t'l c l .YedLcjL. ; of.a tCi j.ke eriuciuus carrietl article s<"t'A fur in I imitation sale Kttintiits of. -- FROM-THE FEDERAl.-- UNION.- -- for more than Jour weeks, waiting for march- I the (Gen. took up the line of march and pro- j both Houses of ('ongrc s will unite wIth mo I!

}:etine Mixture have been; manufactured by Lu- Mr. Editor-I perceive by a letter writ- ing orders-instead ot being elluctively employed ceciieo some league.with the view to draw I in desiring and believing that the nnticpatiou

C0tflsock &Co. of New Yorkmid stilt lo the of 'Var against the enemy; and bo stronglywas him from hiaenlreacliments.-This movement I l of a restoration: of the ancient and cordial re- y
fur 1lllt. Gen. Scott to the Secretary i
7e,, ten by '
Mme QfRwland insu-adof Hown manifested that successful and the on the 6th lations between the two countries
1E',' the 30th that the brave their dissatisfaction jlhey was enemy expres.ettin
> Ltt.ks )
of the imitation. The genuine Jated Picolata, April i
( the conclusion to march ol Feb. moved to Congata.The former this will
rfl2aybc had I< j,grills in this; part of Florida and Georgia attached to the failure of the late cam without ordeis, and take tlw responsibility up- morning of the Sth ihs enemy marched be speedily realizedNo proper exertion of .

Eata&rj. jr. &.co. General Ajent, Tallahassee, blame, Florida the Volunteers Else. on themselves, the night before Gen. Scott's precipitately tJthe: defile of Socabaya.in di- i mine shall be wanting to efface the remem- ,

J 114Lrn Kcrr & Co., Thoinasvillc, paign in upon of the War tardy orders arrived for their march to Fort reclion of the lieighrs of Paucuqnla: where: brance of those misconceptions that have tEm :
s C. requiring .
Cedes he by
t"n herr&. Surges,,St.UulIlcy:Marks:, what can mean"3000 good soldiers, not Volunteers Drana, where the General truly says they did he wished to place himself an advantageous I [posarily interrupted the accustomed intercourse

Ttoia.s D : lexander.! I liclittown, Department" The, latter certainly would answeras not arrive until the 26th of March; ll was position. At this moment, Gen, Santa Cruz, I I between them.

,.il."JU 0. \\'ithia1us &Cu., lollticcll" swell histriumphant marches through not their fault that they were kept us idle spectators who, with his arm)', had followed closely upon ,I ANDREW JACKSON. .

Carpent., :MicVasooky.id wellto soldiers for half day ol the disgraceful scene the heels of the enemy, determined! to mako I On motion of Mr. Howard, the message
l of!::' Barnartljr. 8CO. will be on all the the enemy's country, as mercenary ,
;lcIuld of the General's parley with the treacherous a general attack upon him. Four minutes j was referred to tho committee on Foreign Relations -
Uicttbav would think would more agree-
;"'".l te. July caserns.7th, irtW.; 48tf and one for him foe-when although they might not have been after the order was given the whole army was .' and ordered to he printed.

t d'l I able But companions perhaps he was not altogether pleased ns "good soldiers," they were most anxious in march-his Excellency himself, at the head I' It is suggestedthata: road ohuuld bo cut j

J"I hostile manifestations of the Volunteers to try something more ellectivo than mere of the Caz-idores. The movement was c.treniely \- through the middle ofFlorida. early next fall

at the authority tcorc It was not their fault, that after having rapid to prevent the enemy from rea- and means and appliances furnished for Gen.
stated ,
Hf ;, -foi when it has'the been General allowed upon himself to be j been left in the heart of the Indians coun chin" the heights of Paucarpata to wInch he SCOTT to ride through in a procession:: of Oni- j

that the on to hastening. Thc army conducted l by nibusses with his suite and convenient
being deceived so grossly try, (Gen. Scott marching army was a
out-generalled from by his avovtd object for half a Tampa Bay,) for 17 deys;. suffering for pro. Gcr Braun, followed the President. A number of good troops, to Tarnpn Bay and.
BEANTED and white handkerchiefs of the Indi visions, and repulsing for 13 successive days league of rough rocky road was to be marchedover back again. The Indians could hardly stand :

day, by the could scarcely be restrained the attacks of the Indians-and in their star in 40 minutes. Thu C aza J ores commenced that. Venison for the larder at Head Quarters '
ans-the them without Ibis orders ving condition, sallying out nearly every dayto the attack.foNowed by tho guards under could then be killed without militiamen
attacking ,
111 .: from did they understand this ever- fight the enemy, although the latter were Gen. Ballivian on the left, and Angladaon coming inconveniently ia the way of the regulars .

; so plainly Common known to have every advantage in point of the right, with fixed bayonets, supportedby whose duty it i is to fire upon ilecr.
of the .
.. ready stratagem instance enemy.should have extor- numbers. I repeat it, it was not their Jault the l battalion Zepita, and the fourth line --- -- .- -------. .--.-.----------- -' '. w,;. ._ -:_::
I. in thig ,
l herb FULL Supply of Landreil's' superior paidjn, generosity least complimentto that the General on his "march back aain"; under Gen. O'Conor. Col. Peralta with WAY N ilG UO.-Taken! UA; by;
General at RUNA '
b II.nll1lowerseeds just received anll wan ent.tdEJI. ted from the The no orders te have them with sufficient some companies of tho baltailion of Arcqnipa, on the 5th inst", .1. ncgrl>
; them for having "rwerred theirfire. gave of the The boy aged ten or twelve year ; says he be 1
lctt. PERKIr\S. hunt the Indians out of their strongholds attacked tho left flank enemy.
IS..5. 30tf of Powell, with Gen. Gaines numbers longs a Air. Taylor. Tne owner cau have :.
I VMioP, LtJVXL.h0 has returned celebrated have treaty taught the wary Scott a lesson, where he might then have known they sixth battalion and cavalry were posted on a him br proving property and pay ug cJurb.8,
Florida should
to The battle began at 11 WILLIAM: 81.\11':30
i marched in
leU..le No he peacibly and i. reserve.
? himself of the were posted. ,
and It. C. ALU been ignorant :
J.W he previously 4-12\
had and tha 11th 1836. '
: even 10 in the morning, troopsof June ,
SSuciatcd! declared the _
themselves in the practice of of the Indians for trea- proudly on, and soon expecting minutespast .
Th.Z1:1 keep niEce at Tallahassee and well altered character was ended Santa Cruz reserved their fire until they N OTIC .-All persons having
Vnh a.n concede the world, that the glorious campaign CURATOR'S
': practice in urtsinI I chory. I: am willing to point of the line. the estate of AUml Weeks, dc'ttof :
theSuperior enemy's
tourlli : tIU C and for the Deason"V! cmld I were possessed of ncd come within 40 paces to present them duly
' militia never are, per- Gadsden county, are required
/cfferson'Gadsdcn. Jackson and
that the common 15
for minutes
and vivid;
h'el aLndin heC.ourl Appals. They pledge be, equaliy well drilled with. the gift of prophecy I would endeavor to The fire was general nuthepticated within the time. prcscribcd by law,. or
*to'th. P ve 8Ulct attention to all business con haps never can business it is to attend predict through how many more seasons (upon The enemy made an attempt to turn the left they will be forever barred. "l'hose. indebted to said
management. WM. P. DUVAL. the regulars, whose the would be continued. Far flank of Santa Ciuz; but was vigorously repulsed cstite arc requested to make immediate payn ct>U<.
his war
F'eb..... R. C. ALLJ N' to nothing else but ourVolunteer corps generally plan) Gen. Balli- 44 JOHN ;M'M1LL1'N.LOS. .
of by
-131 I. 1836. 27tf'FURN themselves upon their strict dis. be it from me to blame Gen. Scott causeless. at the point ithc sudden .'. NOT-All persons arc cautioned against .
pride then made
; the be doubtless had unforeseen difficulties vian's guards. They a for hnndrcd and thirty clo-! .
;:'V VURtt.rh ..cbr I know could not suffer by ly; many for a'hote one ,
Lady and
will sail for the above cipline brought into actual contact to encounter, as all must have, in such a and unexpected charge with three squadron law, elated January! 30ih, 1S23, given by John, PtgeJ

the,10th of J une._For passage comparison, when country as Florida, but I do feel that the reflection cavalry! which obliged Santa Cruz to tall l.->' the subscl1 ?cr. MOSES. : ,hILL'

I 1V&i Kerr, in Tallahassee, or with the Regulars. the Volunteers iu contrast back. Gea. Braun then directed two squad Jdr.r on county, Jane Uth, IS26.: : 44ifpG \
against: a cast upon ..
; Lloyd It Co. at St. Marks. 422w Had Gen.Scott; been employed ,. !

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.. "','r\ -_' -_-"--_.__. l. .'____ __, __ _. .__Jfl the man by whim this, line of defence was established they accept these standards: which theyregard 08' has neiiher called' by draft or for Volunteers has, declaring ihai I had refused K;
'militia 'forceHe
f an.pth fnrther: n
FlaORIDIAN i la destitute either of -head or a liearl.It .- worthy specimens of the refined taste and ikfll of or on the coatruy efweithe acceptance of Some thatwas to ascend the Wiihlacooebec- gad ?"**

i is the result lair donors. '. i wxdtJu disarmed the of East su mirg the statement have *
eitheir of incapacity or deliberate I their + 1i'I offered,. militia to t $ j II
tt&itt&il31il3Q3KB9SATURDAY -
i malice.The line of posts extends northwardly' at A true soldier is ever emulous of winning1 1 thesmi1ing Flo .d a. 'to ;P' *, by bun he denies having "cr ) llSki

J ', JUNE II. the; lovelier and"softer sex Whenxalledttponnow to'famish adequate de sib ly he might fir.:I ir' %
right angles, with what was the frontier before approbation of fence for the protection of that frontier, he complainsof I established a blockhou and b
= Thursday, pursuant Alachua and ba noon It and the to merit this is lo do honour to the is the near tho falls af .
.4 A public dinner vros given, on county was over-rua III :- way his limited means, when it apparent from ,I the rive
. I 'Y
10 previous arrangements, to Captain HOL1. Ju'S will be seen that there is no post within forty miles banner under which he fights. Impressed with : above statement, thai his means are only limited by I atlimn, that I It \Vag "en-raIl) k lawn ",., t
::4 Relief under Colonel READ, 1 LONG his own discretionand that he has power at any mo- out the right wing of the (IIfOI t,:
.Ft, command, the corps of of the Gulf consequently the frontier extends from i these sentiments, they trust that KB TAIL _? I,h at
Rt to order number from Georgia, or South ( I It .
in the laic any possible that i 1\1
and the Florida l battallion, which served St. Marl'sI.o St. Augustine B and JEFFERSON GUARD," should iheybe Carolina. lie admits that 3000 men are necessary McLcmore (- higIy J at. t

:trl'. campaign.-The company was quite numc'ous-t"e and the The Globe will, also, observe that a line of pests fortunate enougk to have an occason of displaying to subdue these Indians, and that he h.as. but 1000 I i rio U3 Floridian) had made such e tabI.t;, 8
1 cntert.ainmcntWa5tUPi in the best style under his commend. Now I tusk why it that he Tho possibility' was
r with good feeling and harmony mi., have been established from the \VitlilacotJo before their savage enemy, the beautiful IS mentioned f Ia'101II "
J : whole affair was conducted has not these 3000 men in ihe field that he deems necessary and although Col, Gadsd.n It
1:' .-U vaS indeed a day of &Vith1coocbce in Tallahassee andtheir : chee, or Amaxura, by Fart King t. Volusia, a distance llags presented, may find them to exercise a talismanic 1 He, nnd he alone is responsible, for all !! ted the subject in the by ,C .dJ.nto I't(

, : -The brave garrison of th( I not exceeding eighty i miles, which would, al influence to discharge their duty as soldiers the lives and property of the inhabitants that may when letter of'i Jr tructjolll 'III
only : the
..' callant deliverers were of Hie our day guests.-The was Ine absence least, have )had the merit of being on the Frontier. both to their God and Country. be destroyed for the want of that protection and security yet Major saw half a'cut it IIb
drawback on the pleasures for which cilizen has a right to look Iu t too, that which was ru. :
E every e: .
the day will With sentiments ttf the tre' !
, 4 of Colonel HEAD.-The piuceeJUn- The supplies could have been furnished: with highest respect, we I for from his government. Added to this!the feelings before became a matter of the 1 OUh .

"rt' t be published next week greater facility, and the country north being mostly have the honour, ladies, to subscribe ourselves I of the people' are omragedby representation calculated certainty: and if the Major most \A.I',"ner fd fI

i, open pine woods, could have) been effcciually Your humble seivants, to degrade and expose them to ridicule throu h- had beea bj
brings no intcl- .home without other orders it "c .
cxthan the U. States. ,
: \t Tic Creeks.-Our papers scoured .y a few mounted men. As it is the posts C. SMITH, Capt. L. tail B. ot irr modi f e f"r
( Creek Nation.-A report i These people are settled came his {imperious
of interest from the you are aware, sparccly duty to < f
Hr*A ligcncc howcvci which seems entitled to contribute nothing towaris the safety of the J. I). EDWARDS, Capt. J. G. over an extensive Territory, in detached neighborto the relief ol his g jnj !, ,
It? .reached town, CoWl.'r countryrm TIt11 1
:.' *** las 'credit that a bloody battle has beeR tought bo- tr y, and thc little steamer Eiisayons: seem to o Misses l'. un, LEONARD and TURNBULL. hoods an'd without any dense popuhlion to fall back up- could never have belonged "to n. ijand B-1 ii
pome on, without any fortified places in which to place J the t:
honourable her
4t and had the of
Indians assigned
hundred % i i'Jt' compelling
d.I low Columbus, in which two iheir wives and children for safely. II ihn lirsi it would not havu been deifoyeT .lt!.
killed. the Indians to rob fairly, that is, that the different .. We hasten to lay before our readers the following sound of alarm small upon had ,
forty whites were some neighborhood shouM go gnrri.-on returned by water t f,
c4t: I parties shall plunder on their own side of L letter of( Cnlonel WHITE, addressed to the in pursuit of e'"cn.re. Indians, they might i\s they lie ti, and Major Head knewit > the s I'0'1

.;, } Captain FISHER of the Leon mounted volunteers, I the river. Pi resident of the United States.-The unmeasured did with Gen. Scotts' grind army dodge out of the turned by water.Asnciatcd ccaIduB: }' *ri
way, and fall back upon the women and children inthe
'., JlureturneJtotltwnfrul1ltheSlIWa1\lIce.-Thewholc.. terms reproach with which he alludes to the
; : scoured i "The proneness unreasonably to find fault rear. It is unnecessary however to detain von with such oicers( uiif tr

: ".:.* r.ountry ill that direction has been thoroughly the Suwan I was never better exemplified than in the following burning of General SCOTT in this city, would, we with these deUiilv the complaint I make is, that(Maj mn ami'; honor is safe An act ofibeerr men, a

'/ f _The Indians have all been driven beyond extract taken from a late Tallahassee have not a deubt, have been somewhat softened, General Scott, has left thai country without adequate ice H.: supported by at least rf'. 1

>cc.-Us will immediately return to his pot>t. paper: could he have realized the extent of provocationwhich protection, and has not a sufficient force for either. ho ods. twoiQ I Ult r. 1:1t.. t
r. offensive defensive operal1on lIe has produced
I :r : the writer of the letter published in the "The Secretary at War seems to have forgotten our citizens had received. At the worst,I a state of feeling that forbids all harmony, or concert I must again repeat, that aMcugUfof t

: il.bc txccptin of May'2Gih, and a few individuals who had I us. Though our district is threatened I we regard it as one of the many species of moral I with the local authorities, or people! of the country,, that 800 or fewer regulars might 'I'e S

;',.4 left liis with invasion the whole Indian nation chastisement resorted lo all countries and the public interrsl imperatively requires his immediate the C" W
: in the country, not a man 1ms post an by in by the! whole of the Seminole k
. I 'iu merest withdrawal.I warrirs, (if A
.j.: in Middle Florida.-Not a plantation on the extreme not a communication from this Departmenthas L l people, to express their indignation & abhorrance. have the honor to be, would! stand, yet nt least 3000 of lhe I 1I

. ': frumier has been n.h.ln.louIt i is a fact that instead I been received by our Executive, in replyto -It is a punishment by proxy, which, though I With high consideration of respect, troops are required to finish this war. l '

1' : tlc tjalkless! writer, a the most solicitation- for aid. Wf Sir, Your most od'dt. servt.JOs. 1J
urgent I
of flying, as represented by physically harmless, is not the less dreaded en that t have written the foregoing sick Ist' J
M. and,
, ,.". jurty in Jefferson were nmstcud at midnight under arc without men or money. No effort seems ) :1l't'ount.-lt hat made Kings on their Thrones To ANDREW JACKSOV, President U. States.WHITE. hia In a few days I hope to [ e well as/

Lieutenant Got.DSBOuour.il, who went in pursuit immediately to be made in Congress to obtain soldiers tremble, and ha.? been, in all ages, found extremely --, when I shall attempt to give st ccincil t

4 and \\ithin txvcnty hours at the a scene com pan of v outrage of- No bounties are effcrcrl, either in land or I.oney. useful when applied tc delinquents, whese age, Colonel Elu I.-In publishing the following extract L causes which have defeated m} operaii? the t

tho General
vvrvc If Go
,. mounted men fronuhurity ica1l ly till!t Y imk m tarnment abandons station, or distance render its application in pro Irom a letter of General SCOTT, we feel it our duty to the first of which is the late thy )n %hich ,
though distant us, we mnst throw ourselves on the [
gen. pria persona, i inexpedient. It is indeed to be re- inalce a few remarks in the absence of the party as was rtleied to Floiidn.I .
l he. An article erosity of the South, or make with the sailed. The
from the peace charge of
it. \V e cupy the fallowing C retted, that a case should! cxist, where such an harshly in remain with respect 1
Floridian of April I Indians as well as we can. O the cars of our citizens when
which appeared in the act will admit of j1 tification.-Let the facts be applied to Colonel Ilr.\u Your ohoJipnt! 1
t. ,
This is a heavy charge in a period of danger who has always been notorious
the unreasonableness I for his total
r! 14th, is seized] upon to show Now what the facts i submitted to the world, :and if there is disgrace in of his disregard I .(SignedV1NFIELD I ) SCOTT. <1I
are A own
general pciron.ll safely.-Tht
the duty
4f ; .f l"l"all our complaints, with regard: lo management officer of high reputation is ordered to take the r I' the transaction, it will be attached to thc man who. to explore tho "NVithlacoochee discharged assigned him Brig (.en. JONES: I
ef the
War. The} delay sonic to Adjutant Gen. U. S. i
: of the Seminole h had left citizens other means of redress. Army.A .
,) l command of tho operations in Florida! with o our no full extent of his instructions.-lie, perhaps, went.

:..; ;. days beyond the tine: when a reply might reasonjibte will-I ,, such regular'.J troops as can bo collected. and L The campaign had: just been inglorieusly tcr- further than his ol'ders'wouldjustifyHe ascended the' <,

.# !.'.., be expected from the War Department, with unlimited power, to call fur militia, the ( minated, and the army disbanded without notice river until the fires and other traces of Indians were public din1crVas given by tic cifonj

. ",. justify in the pinion of all acquainted with our enly other farce at the disposal of tha Govern to our executive, at a lime whui the enemy might discovered, and it was judged prudent Mturrt being of Jefferson county, Florida, 01 Siturdir: ,

.4s,4. criti situation, seme degree of irnpatiencc.-In took the I ment. There are collected in Florida 5 or j have been ctrec'.ually: assailed. -The frontier hadI in disco'ereHe open boats and had liable gained to be all cut the off iiiteliieence, should ihoy which be the 4lh insf; to the gallant and in repid: baaj;J I II II

.> "ib the next number of the Floridian, we honour* I GOOD men, and after an unsuccessful campaign ,- I I been left exposed, and expresses were almost daily cowld possibly be useful in a future campaign, a'idve I of their fellow county-men, vhs suuis j

\ : earliest opportunity of snaking ihcnfrtnidt' arangcments are mado for stationing, ,!! arriving, bringing the horrid details *f murdersj again positively assert that he bctnc.C J the cxiil: \ themselves so 1)112; and so n.bly, inabloel.houso .

<' ; able to the War Department, as will he scon by the regulars in proper positions for the defence j and massacres: that were desolating ill fated AlaI e ice of the, post on the Wit lmtaeoochec. tbu banks
.. article There is a veil of mystery haingover on of the Vith acooc&o&
:. following extract from our c.luU\lIs.-Tllis of tho country and for thy discharge of the militia chua.-The Georgia hattallion, of mounted l men:I. donment of those jrallant! men which lie aban ?;
we f.hoiilil like and) to the brave volunteers
. has been gcncially copied\ l 1'y the Southern papersand h Ihis change of measures is known lo t 4 !he description; of troops most wanted, and I in to see removed.-On the first announcement of their const tutm!. 1 It{

:. : cannot have escaped the notice of the Globe. the General Government and as soon as the I arming which, eur !last tand of arms had beenexhausted situation, it was boldly asserted by those supposed eralh', a forlorn hope, who cfll'dcii their; rt:

....*""* from the War Department i be in tho confidence of General SCOTT, that the ue.
L. i information reaches the Governor post c
' .. *. i '' of Florida 1, I had been: contemptuously disbanded 1, on the "Withlacoochce had been held!
4. : .*. .c by our executive, !n Wednesday satl!' iacljtr: evening'.-The, i iwhich ''I''I'f i instead of communicnting with the general on i arriving ILL )Kast:: Floridawithout being received express order and of course, that he was contrary not responsi to hi> : Citizen from all parts: of the fO ntr scupresent :
: learn
most t active we measures were will be taken l tt.a' the de- I If ofiicer in tho Territory charged with i it* de- < into sen-ice at all.-The nniito If East Florida I- ble for consequences.-As soon, however, as it was to honor 1ho. o to whom lonor ;u
f X.'c fence, and IL rumoured that the order was amonc: Major lt'L.IORE'S I
JS. 4 fence ef the irontier, and perhaps lo carry the possessed of unlimited discretion I, at the very theatre of the heait rending calamities L- papers, and it was ascertained that ii had been:- J due; and it was a touching and ;rat !ful jjectaclc .
t;' war into the enemies' country at least to drive application made to the \V nr Department, ..I which were daily )harrowing up the: feelings piomptly executed, the ground of defence "as chang; I t to witness the eagerness ,ilh wkch

p him beyond .ithbcoClchee.-Oue thousand 1000 miles off, by letter of April 20, at which! of the incst insensible, had been disbandcJ and ed--It is now asserted that it was the duty of Colonel the individuals of this

stand of arms and fifty thousand cartridges are very moment there were not less* than between READ, to relieve the garrison.--That lie was mr'ructcd truly Spartan banthercB

1, on tile way from Mobile, and seven hundred 2000 and 3000 troops in Flori a.-We have dif armed, and the few troops retained in the put : to ascend ir. open boat, into the heart o.- thc I sought among the i crowd, and cenially! aul|

::4 p4.,; 44 stand have already arrived from Tampa, also iwo been furnished with the annexed abstract lie service,-pofted without the slightest! regard tetLeir encniv's country, with less that two hundred men, a artectionately greeted by their rel.; lions ml

I I, 4 hundred soldiers ot the United States.-A bill i is I, Jfdy.-II1 addition to all this, there was a river iiu! exceeding sixty yards in width, occupied on ,
showing the time when the Governor's letters both its bi.,'k5 by ovrrvvliclmiii numbeis friend ,who had for weeks abandone alhf.ejof !
'1 41 already before Congress, to enable the President! voice from wilderness! crying for succour and !; though Co [
.: and before were written, when received, and when lonel GADin,."" by mistake omitted this part of Ins instructions. their and
?. _' *' to accept the services of volunteers, an- safety, them (h havetecomo
: sworedand it relief.-Forty of our best and bravest citizens had I .--Cai it be believed that an -
; ; week thousand western rifles will come certainly evinces no littlejpromp; intcipri/.e sohazzardous
*,a [ victims to the merciless rifle '
I, I' titude, at the time of been: abandoned to a cruel fate on tle: \Yitbcnol : and dcsf-r, could have been thought of I an scapi;
aid. to
," lo our pressure
answered :I-
' these dice, surrounded by a iheusand exulting and in- so little consequence a* *o be omitted by mistake and ,, knife of an infuriated and savage eu 111.
letters ,
'1"e 'have not, .in a single paragraphexcept the. so immediately. Without l t'lal mistake supplied by h. '"erbal order CreJatjudr/- The festive i oird
furialcd ; in stau
and was lae
, meal spread
dying piece
tine which is the subject of this article, charged waiting till it was possible! in the course savages, through: us Jppelles.'c have seen ;t "OPY of his order to Co

r to',.. % branch of the administration with neglect! ofduly. of mail. to receive answer from ihn Wnr D<'. exposure and want.-Is it strange that a majorgeneral t lonel! READ.-Its chief burlhch 's raulion, remind of numerous venerable onk which o'erlmj

: ,', any partment, which authorized all the : pJse.( ; %I..UB; .;IO/I mfm<; and authority i ing him that the object of the cxp ''I'/1 was reconi the gladsome and cool \.atcrlllf a fi ie pnnjin
..t.Ji. .-We complained thai we we e wiihuut menU necessary no<, r.I.or limn t>(Tiit\u'i\ the immediate
'por\L-lrus.-hs of :Iontictllo.A .
: who could conly witness such scenes ufdibtiess vicinity
1 : and mbticy, but Hie l"e&ultt'3: uell! kuwwn t* restwith { arrangements to meet the exigency, the De- was, no doubt, modified by the fact, thai UV'oncl' READ half
I and within lie Fortress at St. t past 1 o'clock, the comanics of
Augustine ,
I partment itself is assailed.r do carnage was disappointed and
conduct of e not recollect mortified at having bet.*detached
the officer with the ihewar.
,{t.r:; : chaiged ever to have seen a moro unfounded attack should he so honwwrcd by our citizens ?-Is it from CLINCH'S command, and might consequently he !Oth llejjiment commanded by Caplaic

r .. I: .-The boldiers assembled t for the defence ofthe and if the Tallahassee editor has a strange, if the high character of Ueneral SCOTT attempt some desperate interp\ize. It is now gOKCf'ally Smith and Edwards, under Major lajloraa'oflicor :

'l 1" counlry r, had been discharged by him, and noiiibburbhig justice in his canipoMtionhc will confess particle -- could! not screen him Irom a like indignity in the i in detaching believed the here Florida, that General baitliou SCOTT'S sole motive ,, uNtie day, paraded in the publcsqur II
officer appointed t lor thus place, from Gen. CLINCH'S I I thence
exceptColmiel 'du'1 escorted to the table! th
' .4 \ I and venerable and refined of Louisville Ga.. rommand, guest
1' apologize for his conduct. city remote was to so weaken him lhat he would :

, \i GAUSDE.V, will had been allured from tile.ff. The above may bo considered a fair specimen i. from the theatre of his follies and his crimesJthat dare attack the Indians in their strong hold on tint the and company.After .

post where] : duly called: }him, by the g!.ry winch: Withlacoochce, en his return march, and in :he cloth was removed the hlloTO
. .: of the attacks against the administration he should! have been burnt in elligy in Talla eclipse his so doing ;
: _:. Lc supposed was treasured up for an aid of tiei I- with own achievements. standing {fLStS were drank.
;. regard to its provision to meet Indian: We have yet seen
Ef cral SCOTT !Expedition after ixetuien] has hostilities. Never at any time have such e x- Isassl'c'V,\' 9. CLINCH was not attempt instructed to to explore explain the why Wnlilacoochce General 'm-- I 1st, The C".caj ion we celebrate! & -Ever: :m
....t.. -4 ". been sent from this district, and thc soldiers di oJ"\ igences been met with greater* promptitude Dear( Sir; 1 must request that "IU will without dc- l in the ieil.bourhood ot the r.ipids, if I lie memorable in Limb history of Indian (arat' .

1i charged without pay.-Even the Appalachic!ha and decision. It will .be seen, from a letter Iny, i/c\ pla.'e-t ills enclosed letter.-I have no really Was it thought the li.esof forty men worth savin*.- Thirty-fight heroes )olh.stood for two oontb
't India I iI'l of prTnntuntj any Maj. General lo denounce as not more reasonable lhat the one with a thou! the oCw o\crirhelniBju-I
home attacks
.. nscmpltiycd as guides were tent penny- from a gentleman of the sand should itnpctuuus I
" highest respectability I men diverge ciijht)
; coward, {flying lielore five Indian-, the whole or ten miles fiom his
::, )le s, and lur citizens obliged to raise the amount I published iu our columns to-day, that all the: j la'iou of.Mitl'lie l-'ion.h: without stopping to popu-see l line of march, than that the other with }Icrs than \ill'' vage eucmI "\. I

m. of their pay, by private subscription.- This, the 1 alarm at Tallahassee the consequence ",f I whether they \vrie-'vju.t\\s or warriors. hundred h hostile men should penetrate twice that distance! into I I 2nd. F"loiil.i; Lilw the Jl1llrOIJ: r ot

'iv. Globe] will acknowledge, afforded some room I to I[I the invasion in that quarter by a body of ,fire 1 am .vour most ob'dt.JOS. a the belief country that even 1 General But we CLINCH hazzard little in asaertiii;: when asked for her jewels, poifltf to (Ie mcuI (
I M. WHITE. did not know of
}r 41 find fault," especially as :t was well )known tlsatl.rf j Indians. the existence of a magazine of corn and a block-house I of the blockhouso.3d. .

the furnished LETTERS within eight miles of his old battle : Giiorgia-A nolle state, whose sfant!
"' meats Ly governmenl, were most fROM GOV. CALL TO .*TIC WAn DCPA W\s ui.\6Tov, May 2t1, IS3G. promiJ, so little
ample and within rcach of the wllieer in command-: HTM EN T. Sin: fiy orcrs' recently issued fiom the War Dc- did in General SCOTT consult and aduse wiik liia inferi 1- I quota was furnUhed volunteer enga/trcsv

Dates. ll'hcn J"Cct lJcd. i! parimcm, it it directed lhat should! Maj. Gen. Scotlieae ors command. I l hut discha-gfij Sitiiscsrtiiionie, ty a tlwjraccuMajor
covereth does
Charity many sins, eo a politIcal answered.April We have enquired of
lk-ul offil'erIu1 .
! oi. i'iu : Uuaiter cl"the army in Florida, every man i.i C)-
) creed ; but ;t shall not afford) a mantleutfi] 20th, .May 36( May: 5lh, awl re iie Insia lhat command) it will devolve onling. l lonel READ'S battullion, and not one of them over I General

cent to slli General SCOTT from the indignant 22d relating to account*, answered I by .Jen. Clinch. This. order leaves} to the dis- heard of the existence of the pot on the Withlacoocliee ,. 4th.: Tho \;:r iu Florida.! The cloud wkh! :
. ':ItJ i ion ut'G fcott the his until their arrival at St. Mark's. \\- lowers be rem i ed
4- of and insulted the Quartermaster G l. ieral.2Sth M.; period of departure. his c have al- now upon her i is soon to
an '
injured people.
f- :, gaze with the jieat I pain t.ul! I feel myself cuiistiaintd so enquired of a gentleman who. resided in the same and Peace attended her handmaids, PII Ii:
The Globe informed that communications -I- May 1 liii, ) vMiMof, house with General SCOTT by
is repeated Illy a duty to my constituents, respectfully 1 at Tampa, who asserts
I ,. : )have been made by our executive to the I. ., 30th, 12lh, f % 1.1(tli tn ask, thai Hen. Scott be relieved from that com the same.-An eflicer in tlicUnited States army who I and llappiucsnll once more SUIt!' U1'.a:1:

May 4th.&C IGth, malH! INo mm has more admiration the gallantry had every opportunity to know if it had been public
1 flh
officer in command, which have with her.5th '
; met c ntt'mtuous all
: or i fur m tl.e rut ] at confirms the same.-In short "- "-
izier achievements doubt
"Gth, 17lh icspe military we if any l'lie S. Carolina 0!I. C r.-
, silence, or been coldly answered as in 17th ol (Ji n fceoti than 1 have. man in the army except Colonel GADSDKN, who called or assistance
4 one instance, that considering the state QI! the 8th, ." 9th, 19ih Prom the present attitude of flairs, and unforlu-I pears to have been his mentor and adviser, his repo l1t-[ most when our bleeilin-! ; frontier cbiNdren
10th 21.st nate and dtgiaceIul sitory of secrets, and who un.iwed while the women an
I. the services of of & 21st occurrences which have ha I- appears to be as oblivious
4 country liititeeiv.u1 a company or two \'u- 3 of 12th, 23.1, 23c: l'enul iu that quarter; the public inteiests, Jas well as his patron, was aware of the fact. There is indeeda were in danger-determined! : to fijbtoa
'1 )' be 3cccptcd-Tll: was ala lime / ns tl.e.I'c"l'ctl1iy: : and property pf the inhabitantsimperiunvly question of veracity between Gcner.il SCOTT teD
It is well known that it takes i and their "own hook! rather than not have rt ;
w,* tOg, when tit} fairest portion of Alachua had been the mail! 13 or n-uuire the order I have recommended I II Colonel READ but the public will not hesitate to de- SC
I. 14 days to pass between and There is no harmony between htm cide when the and fur the ravaged of tlie! tomahawk atd plD
desolated Washington Tal and the public I open manly character of the is
S with fire and sword.When the inhabitants } one
I- lahassec. Hut this is entirely lust sight tlf I authorities ,,! ;ho 'l\rwory-and: it is evident that I brought in competition with the shuffling and evasions knife. '

of that ill-faied district were begging for and the impatience of the :moment : I! l.e j i" in the lushest tae: ot'cxasccibatcd feeling, on of the other. Mark the abject apology of General 6th, The company which rescued thlacouchcc > 1' :

! i. amis, to be called into the public service, and 1 for ities are impossibil account of an alirociuus; outrage on all decency and SCOTT tor Ills aspersions in order No. 48, on the voLt Lfl- ,. Land fiom almost certain dntc
expected. iu binning him in i Tallahassee. teers, w hen lo N 0.46
propriety ertijjy at ,
appears traducing the
the AhLar
i means of subsistence. was at the time when I a the were
U : _ 1'his; intaiin'Us pioceedni, which ought to have been volunteers. -Colonel KEAD stands on high ground lion-worthy of the cause in which ]

the army had retired ingloriously to" summer Presentation of Flags.-Two fine of 1 arieoted ain! punished liy the authorities of the Scat his late brilliant achievement in relieving the garrison I cngao-rd.

", quarters,''' when the Indians were commiuin.r robberies Volunteers, have companies I j of Government, does nlt jmlifr Gen. Scott for the on the Wilhlacoochee i i. a sufficient answer to the ii rim. After the cheering occasioned by this toast,
S been
recently organized in Jef 'I degrading epithets and insults he has otl red to a putations, which disappointed ambition and murder the very gates of Fort Dranc ferson county, & have reported themselves ready hole population. Iu his published ordrrs, he rep- have thrown on his character. and vanity had ceased, Col. Abram camy,1who(
and Fort King.-U was at the lime for iecutb the conduct ot the cd of the lnudl'' )
we were told duly on the requisition of the executi\'c.-Tle people of Middle Florida ',1 have fine gallant company oth
e Uat no succour could L be afforded to our cili/.ens, ladies of the have as ('intlin lirly liuiiitl :::"-and the people 'wild: ; I received no report from Col. Sn.ith rose, and] in behalf oil these associate't I WI
county presented each, with an with fear," 1)0SC5SCL "disease so and 1)01 who from Tampa, went the Peas Cn,
general { c
vii J had been abandoned up Croek him I.linen
returned thanks far the
on the 'ithlacuocltee e, elegant stand{ of colours.-The following dcv.raJiIl1. I has ; eump C'I
I been
correspondence none received
zlioug ii scarcely n days march, from post, nccupi-iii on the occasion has been handed us J for- This; i> IIlIt the u
:; k by varly .one thousand_ fUlOI) 'jjjp.I ." I publication."We commanding on our Jioniicrs; and should not, under ultimo en the Big adverted to a published order of jGeB
. -and wh'\.n in justification of (his craven decision desire THE any cin.uMistai.ces I be resorted to, whatever may' preparing a fortified camp I for Scotr, which had recently came under J I1"
circulated (on whose TAIL BLUE*" & *:.F- have been the d.sappoiiumcnis, and wounded ,sensilulitiis ( I his wagons, before bcouring thu forks. From lice, in which the latter states that the ii I h jabs
a I'ertv.'s autfiorily we rcnsox GCAUD" of
: to accept these Manners with a: commanding general. I ask upon what th'ebad dispositions of the
:; know not) &: *vas believed, that that little band of earnest wishes) that they tir ninliurnv 1 In* says there were just "Jive Indims,1t his force regiment, itanta Middle :Florida are flying befi re3
may prove .succes.slul in who have principal I expect to hear that I ilAcn
: produced that consternation and the small of Indians without having
of panic .
IKslaughtered their
I heroes had at and party
; posts, vanquishing( the savage foe, to whose merciless! high, of\\1I1lh he has drawn a picture so derogatory duty of that c.lumn has been slurred over. the those InWB
pains to ascertain whether
t. of course there5 no further call on the CHIVALRY tomahawk and scalping knife, we sire daily to the whole population 7 It is well known that But the most extraordinary and disgraceful abet
exposed warriors Thw asseve
of General i COTTf to attempt their relief. -we have the the Indian.- never shew their whole force, and if were or squaws.
delinquincy committed ,
04 -Are confidence in their valour Jive lime penetrated into the country trom the Indian by any corps has occurred en the part of Maj. Gen. Scfitt, the Co!. Pr ;
;t I'; not these reaSv'ns enough to warrant a direct i. & palriulL, trusting that if 1 fall bouiuUiy within few in the expedition entrusted ibe! I
they they will to a miles of the Seat of to Maj loT nounced as false and malicious; end asc
r. t appeal by our executive, to the government J fall like stars, lreaming splendour through the.. ( ,\TerlInLeIt. a lI\ul'llla'.gernumhcr will soon follow. Read. He has not condescended t, rep ,rt the language and sentiments of the ord
or ought we in have subi/H Wed to become the silent sky." As (cn. fc>< oil did not succeed with Jive thousand men to me; but from Govurcr Call's letter that of it rdill
inMestioyitiiue.lndians he \vae question, to the fact that at the time .1 ;
/ have
victims (,prejudice, j igr>. ,"ance and imbecility ? 44 And this be our motto In Cod might spared the forwarded to Washington I infer un-
it tlttir Iriut." I inhabitants; he has left ddcnecle:s,such degrading de that I the tation, Gen. S. was smarting & winceiw;
Can the feelings of our ciiiz, J's be appreciated 44 And the star-spangled banncriu triumph! shall wave minciations. A slat however is an affair between Majoor scarcely looked into the Withlaco.: tier the intelligeoce hich had just rem d

I when they were reduced to ilie si o.rn necessity of O'er tile laud of the free and the home of the brave!" him and the Governor, as to the number of the chee. him of his having been personated ia l

sending one hundred men fork vn hope to the Miss. PALMER enemy and the defence of Midd'e Florida, I shall His written orders drawn Col. aloE
c' p as a proceed 10 what is the object of this communica by Gadsden in Tallahassee made to ride a rail s -

,. Withaco! .chee, where it was but ioa probable that : Miss. LEON.\ : D, Lion, directed him "to penetrate as far into the interior I streets, suspended to a tree by the neck, !nl'

t .s they would but add ta the slaugther ? -fs it wo Miss. TURNBUI.L. My pnrpo is most respectfully to request an in- as may be found practicable, tfnd con while in that situation! burned to ancihila IO<"J

4 a ,,t derful that the cause of all this distress aHl suffering MO'HTICELLO, 4th June, 1336.MOMTICKM.O I quuy iu into Florida the manner, and into conducting the the late campaign sistent with the security of your command." 7th, Louisiana.-A noble state which gf
conduct of the
I.'p $ and sacrifice of life should be viewed w.'th J'or- Lien commanding, ft'r.havin' gone into summer Maj. And I: said to him on each of the two following lantry stepped forth, with sword and per I '01

4 lor and disgust? 4lh Junc, 18SC. quarters the )last ofAprii, leaving the country without : days, i in the strongest and most precise the relief of our gallan fellow-countrym e 1-

We have complained ef the exposure of our The undersigned, on the part of their respective Indians.defence, and the inhabitants a: the mercy of the terms, that he would aseend the river to the i 8th, The Yolunteers of Florida, and tb afr'

dIE 4 frontier, the disbanding the troops without noticeto I 1 CMmpwnies) have the !tionour and happiness ((0 ac Maj. Gen. Scott had lo call the first impediment in its navigution, which was joining Slates.-Too soon disbanded foi i l1
t our executive, who would! have provided; means knowledge u Misses, PALMER, L.EOKAIIU & TLTRNULL ernors uf .,ulHh Carolina, Georgia and upon Alabama G ov-, understood to' be 12 miles up. 1 dusired j him good, or they would like the Spartan ban: !!:J Jold

the reception of the Banners lor any number of men that he to sketch tho windings and tht bank wa'
1I ; t of defence.-We wish the Globe to lake which they so might consider neces of i the done credit to themselves in the
4_ a map of gracefully! and delicately tendered I .sary to put an end to the war. Congress law]had river, and particulaily to site
Florida, and trace upon it the pests established to "Tnu LONCJ I provided s inple means, and whilst he note a with which they were engaged. .,
by i in be-
r1 TAIL BLUES" and JEITEBSOW was com wood at band, and near.the. fall as 9th One whose: U
; General SCOTT for the defence of frontier GU.UtnJ" through! mend, the Governor Florida had no power to call practicable Maj Gen. Scott.- aJtCI
and the medium of their for troops. Geu. Scott alter jor a military pOM/, the importance fo .'
we hare not a doubt that it will I I1. polite note. an unsuccessful ci m- of dUty led him to ejcasperate savage ._'g
acknowledge that With Hit? greatest pleasure and tuaHlfull1'fI' ((- paign dttbiinttcd the whole miy'tia force, but the term : which I fully .explained. This.man, ,has ,at whose fears led him to abandon our O. Lid.
ol ten-ice of
a of it '
poitiui unly had ; Tallahassee
expired, and caused a statement to be made, their mercy. .

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IJ .' ,
ccn. Gams.-1J! : hough l left JoshtofprovisionsI ; p01.: Legts< i Reid, 3Ii..upon- tvWlhe .
(| hy .
jib, ,
deserted his toe of uramenta complainant ;is such a one at :- ';.- ,
never ,post. Baited a court of uand
od equity
to Supposing this tender Jm'fc l ;
(to >een in Kie
ought : :
will decree advancing ttitrnii
lsSe;:: of Ihe W'ithhicoochco.Louse.Tb0I participate in their festivity returned to be specifically performed', and I :point blank shot before
Heroe to the legal that he :
el ,
Tao -that merely entitled : ce was
b Carr the comp'aina. from
gentlemen complainant dih6rged our lines. Our
it stands lines
composing before the
! Ut # parched corn was their2adrottefl following written I the performance of the of 'us a '
reply. court j in an attitude to claim the terms contract: ; 1 'rht until they were in pesses-
3l 1JC: limestone water.tbc.r. drink consideration-compareil most favourable did rU'l vary that contract. It removedauy or 1 the wemlland andtheeneny's, breastwork.

'!e t they heeded not their yells Gentlemen:-I desire and
the Indians acknowledgements for the equity good conscience have combined s taking possession of the breastwork

1 "8 gbt beia their silver bulleti harmless as their me in your invitation to be present compliment at the paid fcs to defeat him in a purchase, to the effectuation of score whether of or laches not,there but still left open the : I ti ry having gallantly charged up within;70 our yarrfs ar

I rival given to the which, he had was a contraet.-No -- the .nemy's cannon, when it was ht
1 garrison encountered much -
*f Camp M'Lemoreand trouble and in- has been tken omJ
( 5I'\fter\rstitious the chtrinhad subsided which this the brave few who achieved their convenience.On which paid by complainant to defendants J I The confict lasted about 18 minutes from _j !

H L. B. Walkei I regret that rescue. the other side as an equivalent for the interest he mi ,I lime we close action until we were in ;
.Mr. I it is
forth upon cannot be with
Permit alleged that the letters he of the
.#1 dre'\ you. equitably entitled to esion enemy's )
command of those heroes mc however exhibited and the possession. To give encampment, taking one :
tho to offer facts
fl volvod the admitted of
A following sentiment. prove that: there further ect cannon, leaded, ( stand of colours
, fV m then to this tender ( fur all li'
| I1oll man, (who fell The different existed no certain would, in
of and
death Capt. quotosjurnishcd equipage, and 1
the to the war by binding and absolute con- opinion of the court involve r-smp baggage. Our f'
I after jnditI! ball: whilc'superinlendingan! [ cn'Cement the 9tIL Reg. Florida J\Ii\itia\ \ one thousand tract for the sale of land to complainant-but on There remain the pctitio .bad charged and route that ef tlipi ene ::.

:''faD to his block house) rose: and adsrd such men will be sufficient to bring Oaceola to ly prove that there had been proposals- I settled. too many preliminary matters to upon.The right, and pursuit to the f fu-
IJ J! as foll-ws : such terms of an overture by the original contractors, (whether whish die not cease until they arrived at ;'
tbo company submission as will meet the I or treaty, which by the delay and neglect of sential to the 1i :1
1 TD FELLOW CITIZENST views of the diplomatic complainant validity of their contract or not ', bridge have mentioned.! Capt. Karnes, j4,;
SOLDIER5 A: > agent of the War De were not matured into a legal! and court will not now decide,) before the among the ioremest in danger, from com. J

T me to congratulate you upon tht, partment. I binding contract,-that up to the time of DuvaPs ought to be taken from and the pursuers. The conflict in the breast [ j '

"1 I nrrasion four being enabled, thro' the Very respectfully, and most gratefully, proposals and subsequent contract, neither Stephen er. one given to the lasted but a few m8ment many ef the I.1

t.iry;) of Divine Providence, to asscm- Your ob'dt servant, I \V. Harris, for himself nor the other tenants On this limited hand to hand and not having tW9p .
i :erpS1t10hl in (but I fear not brief,) view of bayonets on one side, our riflemen
' onco moro around the board ofI LEIGH READ. I common, were restrained by the I USed!
:.e nursch'cs To Messrs. TURNBULL and others. considerations from legal or equitable case, the court t feels obliged lo refuse the pieces as war cub*, breaking many of them:
i '\ivitvan'fr'en' 1P* Monticello I disposing- the land to whomsoever juncion: prayed for and! decrees at the breach. rout commenced at half "
:Flo. accordingly.
,i placed: as wc wcre, with 40 mcn in the June 4ih, 1836. they may have seen fit,-lhat at all events '1'. RALTZELI., fur Complainant. fou- o'clock, and the pursuit of the main army

i of1ho Semi nolo nation, and surrounded Stephen W. Harris did net profess J. D. until twilight. A guard was then
( L..rt to act with full WESTCOTT Jr. and C,
{ j..I. and I relentless I Ii COURT, MIDDLE DISTRICT for SIBLEY for charge at the I'
- the
I sl'C were by ; sJ\'age? way- powers other co-tenants, but ouly as the fendants. enemy's encampment and :'
I i! .7EjthflO either force at hand to divert t[:IN CHANCERY.] medium correspondence, between returned with our killed and wounded. In the
them and :
. I J:r.rrattcn/l: n, or to share with us their mea- Ax CHAMBERS, Tallahassee, May, 3d 1836. complainant Carr, and that he could have in General Houston's official.We from our l loss was 2 killed and 23 wounded, 6 of
only copy
( proved mortal. The
, t5: liastility[ we had to sustain ourselves, Willium A. Carr, Compl.! } On Bill, &c. any event entered into a contract for his New Orleans Bee, the official account o f the which enemy's lass was 630
was '
own among
sc\ between one general four
situated against all tho vs > Opinion of the Texians and Mexicans from otcc
!'ically subtlety Judge moiety. That as to the 2 lieutenant colonels
alleged 5
thu cn S. II. Duval &. others notice to Duval Houston himself lieu-
Def'ts. who
. 7 i ical strength which they could sumSr ) Randall and w now in New Orleans f wounded 203 of
Shepard it ; which
5 colonels
amounts to a the was ,
This mere knowledge object of .
is bill from
filed his
J8 achieve e ur destruction. For nearly by complainant, William A. arising from : wounds. colonels, 2 second lieutenant colonels, '
rumour, and is 'I
Carr not such HEAD
ri-davs received and lor the specific performance of a QUARTERS OF THC ARMY, 1 cadet 730 '
we repelled their dar a contract, for ; Prisoner -General( Santa
,j the sale of two thousand knowledge as would, in the contemplation of a :Ssn:) Jacinto, 25th April, 1*36. Gcneral Cos, colenels, aids General
I erie hundred to !
wtth to
the and
am proud .
!nltacks, say hap- thirty court of equity, deprive them of To !his D. G.
, lII one acics of land, in Leon County Florida the plea of beinp Excellency Burnett, Anna, and the colonel of the Guerrero bat- :
lijit t SUCCC 'i. alleg purchasers without notice. That President of are included in
ed in the bill to have been made whatever may the Republic of Texas. the numbr. Gen. Santa
" TO my c companions) in arms, I would gay, \\ Harris between one Stephen have been the nature of the correspondence between SIR-I regret extremely that situation was not taken until 2'', and Gen. Cos,

, my friends, are entitled to the deep- and others, co-heirs William complainant Carr and Stephen. Harris the battle of the 21st.>> has been my such as to yesterday, for having escaped. About COO \

I. latitude" and lasting henors of your fellow'iunirimcn. Harris, late Alabama. The evidence and termsof whether to be : my sending you my official report of the sao sabres, and tOO pistols, have been
regarded constituting
: for the patient fonilude, under the contract, are alleged in the bill, to rest valid as O a legal and previous to I this time. since the battle. Several hundred mutes '

jourpri\'ations, :nd unsurpassed bravery, a correspondence: between complainant and upon Stephen contract of sale,-or as a mere treaty, proposal I have the hmiom to inform you that on horses, were taken and near SI2,000 in sptcie.

., ijiit the numcreus attacks made \V. Harris, some of the letters of which are or inchoate agreement, it is not such: a con- evening of the lath:: iust., after forced march several days previous to the action ourtroops

.-,- !which! ( you so heroically displayed during upon- exhibited h _.,__ ._with_' the. .bill. .and.others stated to be in tract as a court flf equity would decree under the _filly 1.1.-five miles, which. was. effected, .in iwo days engaged rains and in forced the additional marches,inr.imvi-nipiir-f exposed to ex. t
I possessor! ui sam narns the it Hall, UIC of
defendants circumstances to he army urnveu narrislnirf
; are call. specifically performed hut this opposite :
rUe expedition-! ics! well do I remein- td to produce with I evening courier bad roads, illy supplied with rations ami[ ,
( : upon their answers. Dy the i is such a case as the court would deem a was taken, from which 1 jj
|ier, and long hall I remember, thu prudent statcBients of the bill .and the exhibits filed it proper lor lhal General Sanla Anna with one division of yet amid the difficulty they bore up with I
;,'nlc5sness with which you fought, and the pear that Stephen \, Harris claimed to hold one ap damages at law to which court it should remit the ,' choice I troops, had marched iu the direction : lnt and fortitude, and performed their ,

tain firmness which )..u exhibited, in a tune moieiy of the land by devise from his f father, and parties.-Finally the defendants: alleged: that complainant : L:ynch's ferry, on the :San Jacinto, burning I .with. spirit and alacrity: -ihere was ( :

well calculated to try "men's souls.' When ont filth of the residue as one ef the }heirs of his Carr never !had a legal authorized possession risburg as they passed down. The army was Previous

lale l brother William: in common with his brother I of the lands,-that there was no authority dered lo be in readiness tn march earlv 'on !, to, and curinr the action, my stJf c-
, veal frequently Bye momentarily expect- J
and sisters.: next l lurnintr. Thc main body affected every le be useful l, wcrr
,J tjlofalt! by> the rifli and ,scalping knife of The bill further alleges that violation! I I f rom defendants to him to take possession, either over BulF.ilo o Bayou below Harrisburg: ,a on tI engaged in their duties. In the conflict, ., '

curencmy, each of you valiantly maintained Alleged i of this express or implied, and that whatever etlect he of the assured that they demeaned themselves iu
. contract of sale, made by the said Slephen morning 19lhhaving left the baggage, : '
,!t.l\1d\ with a coolness and cullocted55 \ i for his given to his alleged agreement with Stephen \V and sufficient a manner as them worthy members
; WJ:f1!)< own, and for the interests of tile other a camp guard in the rear.-We pr\tl
, '; ollhy (If all praise !nledged! himself to :) and tenants: in common (a contract to which coheir Harris, whether it be deemed to be an inchoate,or t tinued the march throughout the night, l the :army of : Colonel T. .1. Hush, ,

J ji.Hinwin, | arms::; that he would fight with hiitJ. hey had become parties,) they, tile said Stephen consummate contract, it contained no license to bill one halt in the prairie for a short time, serviivs of had war been, was on the field. Fu weeks

:; .', ![iWiis long:; :ii> Lc had: an aim to raise, or and other teuanls iu common, had subsequently enter and hold possession, and therefore his alleged without refreshment. At day light we ; in battle be was highly on the leit beneficial: wine where to the Co ar-
the !inc\JJ'mar'halld ,
made in
.lI 'jd to tqUdl a trigger; and that, if'we were a contract of sale, of the same land, lo the possession is torlious. a short( lallccuurcoU l 1 :Sherman's:) command first encountered arid
defendants, Samuel H. Duval encountered thoic of the and we rect.
and John enemy
hlctercd: ''y' uur; blood-thirsty enemies we at. rti.) The bill far S. Shep- This is a brief statement .f the propositions inlonna'.ion that General Santa Anna was at the enemy ; he bore himself gallantly, :Iul

iu1d' sell our lives as dearly as we could, said cenlracl with prays complainant a specific, and performance in the of submitted to the court, and en which its decision Washington, and would that day lake up his 1 1 \ his efforts( ami activity remaining: with 1

UMii.g;!: : ; lor them the highest: possible price. l time for an injunclimi to restrain the defendants mean I. is invoked, but upon a mature consideration of the of march for Ana huae, crossing :it Ly nch's. pursuers have lie until honour reswiance of. .

And lo you my fellow! citizens, I would say from t further proceedhigs to execute the last mentiniifd I motion pending, the last proposition is the one lexiaa army halted within half a mile of the |j of all the officers and transmitting men who herewith, a

I -let us 311 unite in repelling our dangerous contract of sale, which it alleges to have II upon which its decision must turn, and the only ry in some Umber, and were engaged in j, the action, which I 1 respectfully request were engaged be \,,

:.:relentless! : :; foe from the frontiers of our been made against equity and good f faith, and witha necessary lo be fully considered. Thc ques- cone Anna eriu.r beeves was discovered when tile lo be army approaching of General in ba as an act ,;f justice to the individuals.may .

(umraoii\ country-a fun whose known rule of knowledge on the part of alt the defendants of' r the commanding general to
j is the ) attempt
now to of
, the a? right (possession of the array, h."ilbeen encamped at Choppers
obligation the defendants, ::Stephen. the conduct of
rarfaruinvolves extermination without} ditinc! Harm and the other in j land, and if it. can be shown, thai, neither by the eight miles: t>LIov.Disposition as those who commanded
tenants common, to convey i tIle action or those who
of either: were commJJeJ would
.ion age or sex. Permit the exer- i: was immdiately made of ( '
to complainant: and likewise lo restrain them express terms of the contract or agreemcent between I impossible.! Our iii
the action
I cl'e ofihis ru',e much longer his horrId and preparation t tor his reception. He took success is con
-permit' from a
inlorrupling the possession of said complainant the complainant and the defendants, run by proof of their; daring and
and s lt iII wilh: hi:; mlantry and artillery in the intrepidity cour
: unrighteous excesses the lives cf the
upm premises, which the bill alleges he has the legal or equitable effect resulting from the ; officer and man himself ..
every proved wor-
inland of timber his ,,' ,
occupying an
;"id of ar.d holds! in cavalry ( 1
: property our countrymen-and ere pursuance of his purchase and which t of tIle I in which
same: giving to it all the validity and binding elli- t the left Hank. The artillery then opened I cause while the:
" i-nglic; will: assail \eryhomes and firesides defendants, Duval and Shepard are about to interrupt upon received a lustre from the humanity which
.: cacy for which tIle complainant himself contends, e iiCadi'IuCnt consisting of one double t fortified m I
:'tntlilieie: greet p) u with the fatal report of's by legal proceedings under the statute of dium brass twelve! The their conduct ifter victory: riclt'v:
of which it is } infantry
' fercible er susceptible, such
and possession was 111l'r
-! ritfc! jInlbl: to by his fiendish yell and entry detainer. column; advanced with the design: 1 charging ;.* them to t the .dnliratiul and gratitude! of .
or; Let The several arid joint answers ef all the defendants given or any right to possession resulted, then the general. Nor sLouIJ ire withhold! the tribute!
, whoop. ii<, I again say, all unite in h lines, but were repulsed by a discharge .I'l :! i
r.iana sufiicient foice have been filed professing to respond to all decision on t this motion must be manifest. If neither 'nulum..; .:tur from our artillery, consisting of our graleful l thanks from that Ueing who rules. :

'3tbcfrontier: the to meet our enemy the allegations of the bill, and submiliin:; as they tile r.nnir-ip .s t* *!.<. j/u' I!<.;> aiipmated that complainant six pounders. The enemy had occupied( a destinies of nation*, :and: has iu the time of our

, -at threshold, and compel} aver, all lilt J foil era and papers called fur by the i Carr should take possession of the land, of! timber within rifle shot of the left wing oi Iced cI3er! us to arrest a powerful in-
:ia: to ,
su missilln. Unless we do this, ours bill, which it is in their power to produce. In reference -: and if no such possession actual r potential resulted army, .from which an occasional I interchange: while devastating our country.I .

/ : & children! are exposed to danger, as alf3ur to these answers it will suffice here to stale; i from the relation of the parties, it cannot mal! arms took place between the troops: until have honour to be,

( : |rocily.> |) \Ve nm.sl be up and Joins' i I that! they deny that any absolute, certain & bind enemy uilhdrcw 1 to a position on the bank of "With high consideration,
hting oittMr-jZ ,0,1' our uiuuu atm victory: forwtu'.chword. ing CUliiroat was made far the\ oulc ul* tlicnc I.uulu, surely be competent Iud just! fer a court of equity Sau Jacinto; :ilvnit three i quarters of a mile of Your obe-hcnt servant,

." or any part of them, between complainant and 1 pendfnte lite, to interfere in this important par encampment, and commenced a fortification SAMUEL HOUSTON,
j 2i!,'\\lH.1I: Peace once more smiles upon I Stephen 'V. Harris: for himself or his co-tenants, I ticular with the relation of the Pr11Sh short tine before sunset: our mounted men Conimnnder-iii-Chief

Mnca, j her hun: ts \\ ill ygaiu adorn the earth 1, -but others they have admit sold that they, the :said Stephen and L i is not contended that the terms of Ihe correspondence eighty five in number, under the special: -- -- .
absolutely fully the said lands
of Colond Sherman marched out for the
I :'Jllhi I'cautic' '. to the said Samuel H. authorized cnmplainnnl: to take pos- i
r I for a full!l considera- of rerwnnoitcrmg: I the Whilst!: ad,,' fl.4RINE LI81'
j i: i3a.; Col.\ Leigh lrllead and his brave com .t ioi),-and that: they have as far as in their power: session Giving the construction lo this correspondence they received a volley from the left of the :: ,

, '1IjIIS..1'Cfl( thousand thanks: ate due to put him in possession of the same. I. must favourable to complainant whichits infantry; and after a sharp rencontre with OI ST.llAlKS.

" !\iabaml from ul! Floiidians.VOI.UMLEI The bill now comes up, therefore, on the mo- terms can possibly allow, it amounts to nothing cavalry, in which ours acted extremely well, IIC J.:::..irfiveJ, Brig Coisain, -, in ballast

; TOASTS. ion for the injunction, and has been fully argue i.-! but an executory! contract, the terms of which (I performed' some( feats of( daring chivalry, they i Mu of ailen, ,Mnllcry fJands.from Tampa with troops :
I I.. Si. Such molirtiis do nut ordinarily involve the discussion tired in order, having had AUijor ,
GlJld. the time anti good : two nsen
culled for mean place of and .
IH1l'ollahLcing; upon of the whole merits of the 1 il payment execution sl'\'erlIl1or Washington, Leeds, Tampa, corn for U. S. r
as killed in
controversy severelyand the
*ntllnl'nt, gave the following The boys: ultimately itself final ,) were left for future adjustment.] As f far ns l's --U- S. Ilcvcnuc Cotter, Washington-Jones, com- \i
may present on a hearing. time I the I iiilantry I under the command of Iicu wih U-
the Tampa, : S. in '
block hQu<;blockheads never could;l Indeed in practice, it i U: found most cnweiIicLt ant i i they were expressed, money was to be paid in ant Colonel Milliard: and Colonel Burlcson's Adnnuj 0:* the U. S.seamen Navy., cuiuiiiai.d of ..

-'mhibted': such) war like' sagacity, such. in- useful for the chancellor on interlocutory motions, band, other monies to be secured l by note cm thc mciit, with the artillery! had marched out l for --S.-hr. Lady Washington, Swaim, N. O., mdz. \

ItPdtt:) and tiol>lc valour. not to enter more deeply into the merits than the L deferred payments, bearing equal date with thc purpose of covering the retreat of the cavalry n \es.

M. Dr. A. J. )Da/.icr.) FI'rida-Our own exigency of the question demands, that he may, deed. In this state of the business, what right IIll CS :If\' ; all then fell back to our H1g Tallahassee:! \Valford, from St. Joseph's in I!!

'.!lidojited; country; we will defend her rights nut hastily and unadvisedly forestall: his final judgment has the complainant to before in good ;order! about .unset, and: remained i
' ,'"" !jirotcci, ( her liberties which is so liable to be changed: by the new possession complying any ostensible! action until the 21bt, at half past p 6-SlUtt? Schr. Vctper, handy, f rCh,1lston S j
: have l !
as long ns we with his part of the ? acs cottoli. '
Jinch of state of facls which may arise, and by the more engagement o' lnck, inking: the first refreshments which j 1
fcincw or a drop of bleod.y --Steamer MinflV Penny, ''or Suwannee river I
A. Ij. deliberate consideration which a final hearing Bcfere Ihe-cwntracl-..- could h be consummated, it I had: enjoyed for two days. TIle enemy in ( .-- : -. --- ---- -_ t tr
Shchee.--Aa: the war has to bo must demand. is obvious that a meeting must be held between:i meantime: having extended the right' Hank of !. L R. ROUN50N.Il removed 1m office ta rIm j

MtdoaiheMihlaco8cbuc, the sooner, the On the present occasion the counsel on both the parties er their agents, cither in Florida or ,i i iAlahamatht'timi infantry so; as to ccupy the extreme point of I formerly occupied by the Rev. R.J Kcrr t I

, t'ljr.t sides have given the greatest scope to their arguments -the place-the mode of |J piece: oV timber Oil the banks of the :San : ha may always be ibund, unless on pro

Jy \V. C. Smith. Tho effigy of Gen. Scott and have presented to the court all the pay- I :nd securing their left by a fortification about ; business. .-11 JI ',:

on i a rail iu :Monticello, burnt in ,.1.v al I I- facts and points of law and equity, which are likely men i,-the nature of the currency agreed on, :Wtll' j feet high, constructed uf packs and baggage CARD. offer lor ste 241) acres of excellent- 1 ..

scc, hut a faint evidence of Flor-Ir to arise on the final hearing ; and it may be inferred L- the powers of the sc'eral'clldnr to sell exhibited. \5! leaving an opening in the centre uf the hammock land, ((80 of which is cleared and uncl r i

.S \toud! do with what that they are mutually desirous that the These are all subjects of dispute and delay, I. ill \\'llici. their artillery were placed, their \' fence) lying "on-Altapulgus creek, on the ro-td I
! L.vCol in ..enlit,'. court should on this mnliuii consider and decideupon and until they are adjusted the: cuniracl is still executory. i upon tiie l left wing. About 9 o'clock! on the from Tallaliusaee to BambriJge, Gaddel C'y

'" A. BeJlam)'. (;QI. James Gadsden: all\ the questions raised by their argument! : The holds his. and inij of the ::!lst, the enemy were reinforced( a. I will sell a iargain in the above lands, aj.' :
one on to se- '
??3ed to be the aulhar money 5o7) under the command of I to the subsciiber i ifl Lccn county, New Virgin
Jof tcTj-u//i"-Par* It is but just to add that, by their research into choice troops,
t:3n: curities, and lie other to his land until these B. A. CHAPPELL. .
mailers -
I ; [
like I shot 1 Ills arrows and run nwny. the law of the case, and by the ability with whichthey al Co, increasing their effective force to 4-wJ !

JJj John Johnson.! Flo iidiws.-: With a have discussed it, they have afforded all .the are all !seliled. of 1500 men, while our aggregate force for t T the next January term of GaiLsden. county cour }

tUaUd:: : of t thoin I and C<>}1. Leigh Read al light and aid towards the solution of the questions The authorities of 3 Johns. U. p 388, 421, 9 field numbered 7&J. At halt past 3 o'clock in I will present my Accounts and vouchers, and pray

eired. we ask presented, which could be expected( or desired.Nevertheless Johns. 35, 331 and 13 Johns it. p 23U( and ether evening.. I ordered the officers>> in the Texian be discharged from the administratorship of thi 1 I
I gevcrnment nothing. the reluctant this lime to laratIC their respective commands, having I of William Mar, deceased.
at :
By ) :: judge is cases referred to slow: that:1Igrl'clllent\ to sell
aj- ,
Taylor.) Our June I 44Gm W. O.
commander Leigh ordered the the I KENAX.
"etdr: or indeed at any time, to do! more than to decide : the meantime bridge, on only 11 .
and Jet1 in terms m prascnti docs not import a license
ron boys. the simple question>> presented properly and according communicating with the llrazos, distant: a ? UItATOR'S NlTICE.-AI 'persons hUth.caims ;
It ItBy "n-M Williams. Majj. J. L. Taylor- to (law, with no more amplitude ef discussion to enlcY,-that the title is merely! executory. from our encampment, to be destroyed; thus ti against estate Warren dec't..

I I4dly received hi.ii mililnrv....... ..-rvi. .{ ...!1. than its correct decision requires. But this view of the case derives force from the ting on" all possibility! of escape.[) Our treops hereby required to present them duly Ul.lenlICi-
jJeh S. Ul\1Ue. Th. heroes" and In the argument of the solicitors on both sides, fact that complainant gave formal notice as a preliminary : raJeil with alacrity and spirit, and were within the time plscribet by law, (o the subscr:-:
patri- living in ttuincy.Gadsden or they wit(
ii: 'ho l fur the contest. The conscious disparity in county :
rclicved our suffering the import and effect of the various letters betweenthe I* the! purchase that one or the other i rf forever barred. Those indebted to the estate
county.men, bers oiilv Deemed to increase iheir enthusiasm ute t
ty laier have been and considered ,
lives be as long arid parties weighed the vendors was to enter with him on the land, & ted to make immediate payment.
as <; and heightened their lor
prosperous anxiety
.etr Uth as regards the consideration given to them .iiii tiMir.f 14 JAMES GIBSON. j'
expedition was noble daring and success point out its boundaries. Knowing, it is presumed contlict. Our situalioi ailorded me an ()
't at law and in equity, and effect to be given te the 'T ii arc to nnnounccARlfiER.LACON J
b. Duval that taking possession was one evidence of part of making the arrangement preparatory to .
I notice received by the defendants, and I ty Esqr. a* a candidate i to repiesent Leou 1
.'g* Turnbl1. Maj Gen Scott.-Let hUn Shepard, and almost every question which can arise performance( he declined taking it until satisfiedas : attack, without expoiiug our designs to the VV in_the next LtgisIativecouncil., _44_ :I
farewell, "a lung farewell to all his en a final hearing. On the part of complain i to the metes and b"un.1s-as to the identity of lilY The first regiment commanded:: by OTICE.-All persons are cautioned against trailin 1

t eattss.!! ant it is contended, that by the terms of the correspondence the land. In the face then of this disclaimer, of I Uouleson, was assigned the centre. The 1 "- for n note given to the subscriber by Abraiu
By.j. M. Scttt. between the complainant Carr and : regiment under the command of Colonei for seventy-fhe ) February last, .:
Florida.-The land in Stephen W. Harris, a certain and absolute: contract I this refusal to take the land, except after a surveyor lot; med the left wing of the army. The ar tic same was lost l larsdated.n! campaign. '

Plenty would abound, and in which of' sale for the whole land in question is to examination at I least, in company with one of' under the special command of Colonel George 446w1f _JAMES tiUUiNLiL. I

. kYJh JUvays smiles. be deduced and seen,-that Stephen W. Harris, the vendors, how can he now contend f for an actual hackle! ; inspector general, was placed on 'IRUS'lBES' I I
if. Ueale. of the first regiment and t four companies
C The defunct Florida not only engaged or contracted for his own sharein possession ? right -
tlnpalgn.-Tho of Lieutenant Colonel ptrs-
ptrvent diplomacy of Generals may the land, but acted also as an authorized agent The reoult then is that the parties arc engaged der the command the ance of the provisions '
, for n time the prosecution of a uc- (for the other co-heirs and tenants in common Millard sustained the artillery upon right, : of a certain deed of
in about the title to this land which
essrul a controversy cavilrv, sixty one in number!, commanded -
War, Florida that Duval and Shepard previous to their negotiations our trust or mortgage J
yet has
wo-* : manly spirits e- be determined by the final B. Lamar \vhose -
I IQ and alleged contract with the other defendants controversy can only Coisnt'11irabeau: gallant with the power'or
1 the
r i Verdant avcnge blood which has stained had a sufficient knowledge of the antecedent decree of this court. Putting out of view altogether daring ,oiiduct on the previous day, had sale, made and xe- :,
plan.: the adn iration of his comrades, and called him cutcd, on the 6th day "i
with % and to circumstances favourable to Duval : '
s. purchase ( affect them legal notice, any as
:lJ'] Y ?. arrinston-- May the Territory offtd 'V that Slit .ion, placed on our extreme right, _. "- of May, 1835, by
lorid further .
render it i inequitable for them to proceed a purchaser without notice, as contended for by 7 .. John .Baldwin and
first .
shon1y become a state, and be able to asserted posed o ir line. Our cavalry was '
and the whole that the contract -
winch -
her upon his counsel a position at the courtis David se-
*n fruit in due seasen to her brave present to the font of the enemy, left for the purpose 8hcl'cr t
IDJ WESTCOTT, (deiemiunu, on the culling up of ta concede to him and whilst extensive
gallant not disposed regarding attracti their notice, an of turn-
.I sons, independently: ef the aid ot the motion for un injunction, insisted that before tearing Ig the payment at two certain notes, cight
1thj. Gen. Scott of the U. S. the metiun the complainant should be ruled tu con- him as i identified in interest with tie other de- of limhjr5, ailorded us an opportunity of con dollars each, therein I shall, ouTucs- .

Fl Ci1t..J.lJ. Edwards. Army. less: judgment, with release( or errors, and to pay all L fendanls,-allowing to the complainant the favour- Iralin" our I forces and displaying from that June instantat the Plntcr'sHotc
\ Gen. Gaines.hitdcd .- to the previous design of the ftllaho-ee/at the hour of 2 in the: :
tl1'r costs in the forcible entry uiJ detainer suit sought to able consideration which }his counsel claims for agreeably bidder
tUttry veteran-ever.mindful l of his be enjoinod, undcj the 34th, action of the chancery Every evolution was performed with alacrity! e to sale, at public auction to the highest ,
i.Qed1l1 s.8afel-v, stepped forth' to r:herq our act of 1828, page 9... He cited, I Cooke Rep. 136, 2 him even in this aspect of the case, the court can whole advancing: rapidly! in line and through I 1e Printing press, Jiypcs, materials stock of paper lo k

.'( frontier at. the risk of hid honor._ aDd Rob. Virg. Prac..140, 1 Vero. Ren. 120, 2 Tuckcis.I ouly place or leave the parties as it finds them,I open) prairie, without any protection whatever tnblishmen and Juppurtetanciea" satisfy belonging said:: notes thl :

he: ![ \.J'; \ ay heaven protect him:4Dd.: 1 I notes 460,1 Chitty Prac. 704, 2 ik.414, Gilrn.Kep- until a final hearing of the case on its merits. Il L our men ; the artillery advanced and took I }Iordil Intelligencer ccortiog, to t said pay deed.and The sale being -: '
Dearth honor his noble design .153-and other cases.BALTZELL will not OR an interlocutory motion change their within two hundred yards of the breastwork, I of"aii I! parties interested, the tittewilibo
hnor Walker ,. contra, argued that the complainant! commenced an cliectivc fire with grape and : }agreement! at. sale. ,
rela( of payment
Tbe meml ion! Terms
l er' comp r, ihould not be ruled to these tcims, unless the injunc ni tcr. Colonel Sherman with his regiment DAVID WILSON,
''Of th'tQropaov stationed at the Blockhouse tion was granted. Such'rllle'1f1LS not a pre-rtquisite Nor is this determination affected by the argument ing commenced the action upon our leit wing i JUfltlthI8i6.44. Trustee.__ I
\eo brave volunleer% who to the hear\s\ of the' application! but migl.tbe made. a of complainanl's counsel, thai the t ; : :'
nobly went Jo ? complainant whole line at the centre and on the right : \ fur Bale
and 1 the was "of description
condition of aU ncnce injunction
its < every
reher'-They' ILANk
I ( : richly merit ihe' love and refused,'the confession. could be withheld, and S 0 by tendering, the puchase money and notes, 'ill.!, double quick lime, rung the war cry 't j
of their t fellow citizens.' Uit'cturt diddtd. &.C- entitled himself to a fulfilment of the contract member tile dtctmv" icceivirig: the enemy's: { ;: uiiCe. 1 !

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' I' p.,,', "' -L-iroTM1h1: ; Ai LEGAL- --l-J ADVERTISEMENTS. LEGALAD kTIS MEN'I'SNOTICE L KflbEflE. I; !!

? r A. =----
I.. in the North ad- .
',. of lots
4. 'f lATUfcDlY MORNING AT be sold on Tuesday the 21st day of June to purchasers .
s'ibscrib- TBI2rSXEW4
...:.'"'i'.. WILL,'. the legal hoursof sale,in Ln1renscounty I ihc City of Tallahasee. [EJBY THJVGRHALSEY .bE
month of the Middle
in advance-or Five in si t the Judge
Four dollars hvingbeen appointed by ,
i .
.:;? at the Cowpens, known as Hick's Cowpenswhere er T4IL&D011a3-
of f fiCH-f
,' No willbftdisGontinued unless at the optiou of Reese Coleman now lives, the stock of Cattle Distrct! of Florida, Trustee for the Commissioner his bu .
r paper Garey detfrons to bring
of John Y. : .-Being
, '<<". deceased the City of Tallahassee, in the place
.' before are paid. belonging the estate of Abner Hicks, ,sup- therefore -
the Editor arrearages concernto immediate clot in this territory,
whom it an h
notifies all may
...t' ,, inserted at sc- posed to be near a thousand head. They will be sold hereby lines t cither '
AdverthcmentswullbeconspicnonsIY lots Terms of sale made knownon come forward and pay the balances yet due,on the now ofers'his entire stock of goodsforsale 'lACK
'".. fi cents for the first insertion,and, in to tuitpurchasers. all the lots having balances remaining the whole part, to sit purchasers, at a very small Ly
; ,. "ltnty. ve per square the day. The sale to continue from day to day I said lots; as .uctzoee .
.1. ':,'J fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. All advertisements until all are sold. E. W. DENNIS, Am'r. I unpaid, on the first of June nelL, will be advertisedfor the advance upon the New-York cost.assortmer t of cloths, .Oommiso.l ee Q
in stock consist of
of record His a general
under the deeds of
other- sale trust,
; : will be continued until forbid or Knoxville March 30,1836. 37tds Tallahassee October
s 24 ul"WUt.
handsome 1835
1,#.;.., ;J t' |c3bTbc Southern Recorder, Columbus Settinel I office, of the county court of Leon county, to secure cassimers andsummergoods, of a variety
. '. wise ordered. and Tallahassee'Floridian, will please insert the above I I the payment of the same. THO. BRO'VN. likewise, vesting of every description, stocks, linen t : tUl1'lU u '..COWI.Plu
The on all letters and communications to 7 1836 39lf bosoms suspender, gloves, hosiery, te in style
( postage until the day of sale. E. W.D.NOTICE. May I r Byrn
will alien of ready made cloth 4i:. Volume 1. price $1.38 in &Edg
] the Editor must be paid,or they not recelv C0untyofLeOflMdie Including a general assortment ,
) Court for the C0
: t1 The subscribers having qualified jijie3uperior: 42 Ol
: :: as ing. I tered. The works of William c [
tinn. the estate of the fate J.3!. Field District of Florida. Coww r r, Jet
: on make his Poems .
wish Correspondence COn'
subscriber assures those who to and Trs
--- -=- deceased late of Ne w.Orleans. Give notice, for all THOMAS BROWN, 7 !
-------------- THE ted ROBERT SocTHE
of the by Ditol
1 : STORE against :> Complainant. in his line, that they are mostly t
NE\V persons indebted to said estate, to come forward and ac the The volume
and laid in at present contains
AND GROCERY. the and those who have claims against! said CHRISTOPHER. C. WILLIAMS. latest fashions : a portion nf it
ir.;: PROVISION pay same, yfTMHE Imprtons. of Cowpcr, by the with *
: : !: subscribers have united themselves under the estate, are requested to present them in the time prescribed subpcuna awarded in this case, not hiving north at very low HKLSEY. Poet an cjquiMle F.Jor, } t fine Po O l

' ,'j THE of Peachy & Maner, for the purpose of establishing by law, otherwise this notice will be plead in JL been executed on the defendants, William Williams 42 R him the late I engraved Portrait of the Poet's, by Goodall,and t
John P. All indebted to or Mother
and James J. Vickers Sarah Vickers and i iCPN.B. bv
'." : in the town of St. Marks, a Grocery bar of recovery. WM.NORWOOD, perrons son. lUJru-Robi5.
?.. ."" Provision; Store. Their buildings being large and J. M. NIXO Duval, and its appearing to the satisfaction !of the firm of H. A. Picrson & Co.are hereby earnestly solicited The

.. commodious,they likewise propose attending to the Gadsden county, Middle Florida April: 378w I court, that they are not inhabitants of this district, to wake immediate settlement of their obligations Ks notices following of this extracts from l host of f far\

. Receiving and Forwarding of Goods and Cotton,. to but live in the United States, the said William Williams to him or to James Alexander. Berthclot, !qr. important pLliction: orYI
.: Guardians Notice. the state his All notes and accounts not yet due by I The rcfinrd >
in j
.. which they pledge themselves to pay such attention i Jams J. Vickers, Sarah Vickers attorney. critic. and
'. .I ns will entitle them to a liberal share of patronage SIX months after date, I shall exhibit to the judge I J I of Georgia, and John P. Duval in the state of Ken agreement, a liberal discount will b nude. for the refined sympathies of a true poet, are empSv I

,1\, ',.: from the Merchants: Planters of the Territory, and county court for the county of Gadsden,my .i tucky. It is ordered, that the said defendants do appear cash.- R-- hi.: out ;is ard the natural style of. Dr.. South /' tn.tite

t''I;: "' iiei- hborin:: counties of Georgia. Their goods will accounts and vouchers, as guardian of Alary Ann Ucsr, and answer the complainant according to law. JAMES JOHNSON J3IKU&. altogether delightful. He brS 1a

t to' be snld low for cash produce. As they will endeav-i a minor and apply for a discharge. I And that a copy of this order be published forthwith, TAILOR I new and valuable materials to his work,i, ? j?'

;4.; ; I *! to keep hand constant! supply of choice and inferior March 29 183G. 33-Gms JESSEE McCALL. in sonic !newspaper; published in the City of Tallahassee DRAPER AND original letters and anecdotes, which t tC.sl!

.'t : { qualities of Gioceries and Provisions of every NOTICE. I for four months successively. By order of his T.'LL.H.'SSEE, FLA: I light on the subject he has chose He hu '

l:':( .. description,Country Merchants and Planters will find months after date application will be made to I Honour. THOMAS RANDALL, Judge. (Next door.N'0tl ofF. Towle,Jeweler, in.Monroe it.) I cess Lady to Hcsketb the very,valuable hitherto collections of Mr hd*rJ,"

t;! ; it greatly to their interst tc call. Their Store is now SIX Hon. Judge of the County Court for Leon i JAMES S. LIXK., Cleric. 414mfBlcfjiwcpli HE would repectfully inform his friends and the i gethcr unpublished: and greatly the mutlald/'I.t

.. open. JOHN BLAIR PEACH, County, for letters of Dismissory on the estate of :M. White, Louis M'Lean, Charles A. public that he has just returned from the North at his disposal those early poems publisher of h ,, !**?
U; WM. MANER.St. James Parmer deceased late of said JL Mitchell, Thomas wiiii a new splendid assortment of GOODS in Cowpervere
;, county.I. Davis:I. John Carnochan, Peter \\ written for the cousin he loved the
., ,',. Marks,Jan. 16th. 1836. 23-tf for the liberal share of cirtumsfc
his line.
. __ I Ir G. SEARC, ) bCCutorsTallahassee Balt/cll, Hiram Nourse, Benjamin. Rozers, Collin Feeling grateful connected with the preservation of which iT D
r : : COTTON GINS.THE i RICHARD SHEFFER. \ Mitchell, and Benjamin A. Putnam trustees,directors heretofore extended to him,he hops.by strctattention tremely touching-so characteristic of the are : "
Jan. 18 1836. 24 CmDMINISTRAI'ORS district land known to merit a continuance of
and of the ,
proprietors, or and of the
.1 friends and of Campbell and agents ness women beauty of a love .e
, acquaintance
Foibcs' and all others interestedgreet- A large and general assortment ofconsisting ffi e> I The *
as purchase, through
\UTICE.-Six months illustrations
for- I
:i are. informed, that by calling ou our sles! areihe b. ,
%!...... flier agents, they can be supplied with Cotton Gins of A- after date, I shall exhibit to the Hon. the J udgc ,J lug : && @SfiP% ojll liL in : I Wf have seen in works .f this nature"-FrwVir. -

the best 'quality either Cast Steel: or Iron SAWS, to I I'J of the county court'lor ihejcounty of Leonmy accounts Please to take notice, that on the 13th day of June Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and 15. 4'14

' 'to.;: suit purchasers.} All persons wishing the above article and vouchers and :apply for a discharge as Admin- 1S36, application will be made to the judge of the drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, Plumb, "The praise vrhich we have bestowed upon ,,
viz C. C. istrator the of Thoma Howard, late of said county court of Leon county, Territory of Florida, concealed violet ana victorine bellishments of this volume
.... will do well to call on our agents, :- on estate Adalade, mulberry, opening of the works m
p Williams. Leon county: D. Williams & Co. Jeflerson county deccasd. JASON RINSON. for a writ of ad quod damnum for the purpose of de. purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for oer cents. Cowper, scarcely comes up to their merit, andcertainly

... .L county; Wm. D. Harrison Gadsdcn county; J. and April 16th 183C. 36-6ms. termining the value of the lane laying one hundred CASSIMERS. I no praise can overrate the high BO:
\v. Rokison Jackson 'county Florida for further feet on each side frcm the center of the Tallahassee this volume as literary production. oateG*
1 buckskin checked and prided, of i
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. the dis- Corded, diagnal, I
Rail Road so far as said road !! through be of
&c passes promises to
particulars as to price, quality, one and
.'t.. Gadsden Court March 8th 1S3C.: which said the richest colors. permanel suipassin ""
'\-t. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. County trict of land, known as Forbes' purchase, GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors Ilue.-Court Journal, OctolrrM. I
:.":. JOHN M. GLAZE. IN ECIUITY. mim''"er of feet on each side of the center of said road "The first volume.of the Poet of Olney, has

; ;';: Uchee village, l\farioncountyGco l\farch530tf) James M. Nixon, complainant,1 the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, hereby make for Cloak all.Wrappers. peared at last, and it stems to be worth waitinv f0r i
known their intention of for the use VESTINGS.
VS appropriating In externals 1 it vies with the I
< most
.. ;:'. NOTICg -The and the subscriber respectfully that uitorms he has George Tipler and I Bill for Relief. of said road, and that the president and directors of Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Vcltet, which have preceded it ; regards the Poetical; ant of 1 "thai
; a
j., v general s assortment public of dry-goods, in the store Pitson Miller, Defendants. J said 1 Company, will forthwith proceed to have said cloth Velnt figured and painted Chide, intended! brparties it will present the most complete edition Wok

' t 4 ]lately opened occupied a by Thomas Hays and one door west I T appearing from satisfactory evidence, that said writ executed. By order of the President and Di. and figured Manaie Brocade Quiltings : yet appeared."-Spectator, Oto6tr31 .
/J' Defendants reside out of this Territory, and that rectors ot the Tallahassee Rail Road Company. figured 4c. Stocki- "There is no one '
', and the of 'Velting living
A. F. store among
j. of Mr. Duval nearly opposite I whounites
'. in the city of Tallahassee,-also, receiving their residence is unknown to Complainant: It is Tallahassee, May 9tli, 133C.J C. AUSTIN, net e checke striped and plain: research, laUe, and sincerity (the writer three
'k H. Hayward,
t .*' and now on hand, a general assortment of ordered, On motion of William P. Duval, Esquire, 4u4w Secretary. merino Cascmeres, of ,stocks of e'ery requisites of a biographer,) s D gn!
Solicitor for Complainant, that they appear before 5- description,Linen and cotton shirts, bosoms and uI- and it is almost &
amon which are bacon, flour, lard, shad, DM: IN1STIiATO'S[ NOTICE.-Ail l Southey; Superlluou5toythath'ork
groceries, personshaving
( 4.' this Court on or before the first day of next Term, A lars, Gum Elastic Suspenders, linen and buckskin is as readable for its anecdotes
\ inackrcl cheese and collce, teas, tobacco, etc. claims the estate of Tristram and
; sugar ngainsl conumpon-
: the second of 136 the Gloves merino and silk Hoes do. lambs wool do.
Court Housein
.. Monday July, at sketches, for its clear
... ,. D. l\1'RAENY.\ Bostick:, late of Gadsden county deceased, are requested hal ry as manly, and elegant st,fc.
Quincy, Gadsden county, and plead, answer, or plaid and plain silk Cravats, fancy Handkerchiefs of A of f form and
:'. 9th 1836. 35 to them authenticated within the ; regards elegance beauty of illusi/
present duly ,
tic.OUR: demur to said Bill, or the same will be taken pro con- I every description, Nett Drawers and shirts, flannel lion, we can have no hesitation in a
lime law will be forever de- placing
: LAST DUTY to relatives and Jriendt, prescribed by or they
our thiHditk
fesso at the next Term of this Court, after publication and cotton flannel do, of Works above which
, b and lit ad Stones. The subscriber being bard by law. Those indebted to the estate are requested Cowpcr's any hter
on of order four months in some inted "
th.ls newspaper pi READY MADE CLOTHING.Dress -A\kenctnm\ October 17 1835
appeared. ,
establishments to make i immediate ,
. : njrent for one of the principle manufacturing this district. payment.
: 10 ANN R. BOSTICK and frock coats, Pantaloons, figured anti It exhibits thnt care and judgment in the collKtk
order ,
furnish *
? ... in New-York, will to articles A true from the Minutes March 8th 1S3C.
..': in the above line. G. G. HOLT. copy LORENZO 429w Per W. T. BOSTICK.A1 nlain silk velvet, veleutia, cloth,silk, satin, and plain and tiealment of the materials,that skill in inlemtaT-
4 .. 2 St. Marks April 9th 183G. 353m 31.4mJ] Test, L. SEXTON, Clerk and figured marsaillfs vests. Goats hair CamMe! lug them into a clear and copious narrative and LW

t A DMN( lSl'r.ATOR'S NOTICE.-All persons DMINISTATORS( r\OT1CE.-Six months uf- Cloaks and Wrappers,-Indian Rubber over coats, graces and attractions of style, which wtrettoblO1k.
'e' To Fanners and Others. I having claims against the estate of Jacob Horgcr ter date. 1 shall exhibit my accounts and vouchers. Frock coats Wrappers and Leggins. ed for from one who has already '

,: TIlE subscribers having taken that ate of Leon county deceased, are required to present to the Judge of the County court of Leon county, Abo, a full supply of Silk and FurredHA'SCAPS a consummate biographer. It has all the charm: of!j

, 1 large brick store'in the upper part ofthe them duly auther.ticated within the time prescribed I as Administrator on the estate of Thomas Heir deceased &c. i beautiful work of ima ill ,combined wit the plu..

,v city for the express purpose| of accommodating by law, or they will be forev-r barred. Those in- : ; and apply fur a dl ,.harc.: Those having His cloths were imported fiom 'Veter pait of! sure derived from the conviction of its trlh. The

'-.. the country trade, and intending to turn debted to said estate are requested to make immediate claims on said estate, are informed that a dividend has England, and he will warrant them to be equal to any volume is beautifully brought out."-.Vcrninj Girtnicle -

ft7 their sole attention lo ihe sale of Grore.rles, and country paymcni. STEPHEN W. SNELL. been declared and arc requested: to come forward andreceive brought to this market, he will also warrant them to I' November 10.

i produce, would ir.vile those who wish to buy, or April 30th 183G. 383 payment. T. 11.. BETTON.Alay2Sl3fi be fresh, as they were purchased immediately on the "It is eloquent without the slightest affectation cflabour

11:1 losell! lo give them a call, as they arc determined to ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -- J .1 2 Cms art h'al of the packet from Liverpool, andc onsequen thy warm with sympathy and love for th;intere.

,1''., i cell on as good terms, and gl\'c as high a cash pricefor I I.t months after date I will accounts CJTICE.-"Ii l[|'<.rsiiis liiivu.;: aoy U'-mamks a- not injured by lying on hand. He has in his employment ing man who is the sul>ject of it, full of striking atc
' produce as can l be obtained in the city. SIX vouchers for final settlement prescnl, and iny : .ll gainst Jt-ren.iah Prew, deoeaseil! of Jeflerson C'ywill the best of workmen--and he will make up dotes and fine discriminating sketches, and ztauI
They have just received and for sale, tic Hon.the Judge of the County Court of Leon apply fora render in the same duly! attested to the adminis work in the best manner and at the shortest notice.- throughout with the evidences of a true poel'j kart.

..,,#:4 20 barrels Irish Potatoes, discharge from the administration of the estate, of tratrix, and all!! pcrsuns any ways indcbti eto\ said All orders from the country punctually attended! to We are quite .sure there are some parts oi Cowpe

.' 5 Tierces Rice, Willoughby hitehurst, deceased. deceased will make ]ayinent to the suli-;cnb.-r.428w Nov. 21st! 1833 15-tf character and of Ins mournful history, on which Mr.
. : 20 Boxes RACHAEL nltCn.: researches will throw ; Tif
W : Soap, SARAH WIIITEHURST. I Soulhey's a new Kght.
"' i k 20 Kegs Lard, Dec. 19th, 1S35 19-6m ..TUTICE.- moiitns alter date we will\ upply to J. B. BULL I pictorial ill ListratiIis nre excellent ; we are particularly -

. 1'1'i.., 10 do. Butter. __ 1 the judge of the county court of Gadsden, for a DRAPER TAILOR, pleased! with the portrait of the poet's mother: m
.. Orleans Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy, Cheese, NOTICE.Q di.cliarge from the estate ot Simpson Wilson, dcc'd., & every vicw this is not merely the best, but beyond all
: /. G. H. & T. E. LINDENBERGER.Feb. IX months after date, uuj'litxuion will l lip m:1.1! io bel ..f said COUlJt1AftGARET'VILSO: :-: flR comparison the best, the most faithful, the most
I, .;. 271835. 29tf the honorable the Judge of the County! CourJ. for 42Cm: uc.nwiL.oo>r. }LO IUD fascinating memoir of Cowper that has ever met lie.

r "' : -- Storage. the county of Gadsden, for letters of Dismissory on ] NCJTII.J--All: persons indebted to the subscriber W ) respectfully inform hi;friemla and former public eye."-Carnnrvnn Herald, November 7.

u' ihccslaicof John P. Neales hARRISON late Gadsden county 1'1 or the late firm oflillerand Putnam arc customers, that he has just returned from '. The work will become a standard classic: iu style
The subscriber has dcc'd. W. D. A reques-
,1.,,. W finished W m'r. ted to call and settle as early as possible, with! iMr.Hu&h .Vno York, with a new and splendid assortment of is pure, sweet, and continuous arrangementyuicimis
lately a large Jan 1st 1836. 43 6m
I ,*: and commodious Colton Quincy, Aiclur, Tallahassee! who i is: duly authorised GOODS which he is now opening at the old and well and as far as it has gone,we think the execution
f;,' NOTICE.ALL : to close my business and that of the concern. known stand of R. B. & J. B. BULL, (recently "- Amy adequate to our highest expectation. Thfmbetlislimenis -
r ': : Shed which with his well known Warehouse, indebted to the late firm of Kerr 434w W. c. MILLER. pied by the late H.A.Picrson,) and 1 which he incites .arrtii a : aiyie or nign excvKence. T
'" will enable him to house from the weatlie., from 800 persons 4 those who wish to. purchase cheap for Cash, to portrait of his mother is intensey bcaatiful."-

t<< t to 1000 bales. Those "ho may store thei r Cotton menu And those are requested demands to make immediate the pay- I J OTIC E.-Will he sold before the Court House call and examine his assortment, which consists in goto Courier, Nor ember .,
't., with him, are assured that every attention will be bestowed will present them dt-ly authenticated against to the subscribers same, l door in the Marianna Jackson county, Florida, part, of the following, viz:.- London BALDWIN. and C5ADOC .

! S towards its safe keeping. within the time prescribed law. :: on the first Fatifday in July next, a likely negro girl Blue, Black, Brown, Olive, Green, Dahlia, Mulberry New.YorkVILIUI JACKSON_4rNOTICE.'he !

I.' St.Marks, Jan. 13 24tf E. W. DORSEY, P. Kerr, Ex'r of Wm. Kerr.by ahout eighteen years of age,the propcl ty of the estate and Mixed Qi2
:t Storage 4- Comm. Merchant. DAN'L. D. STURGES. Adm'r of R. Sturecs.St. of the I: William J. Watson, deceased, in order to I Black, Mixed, J-Drab &&#&Im mn lid lc Florida,his grateful thanks

..:,. NOTICE. Marks, Feb. 20 1836. 2StfADMLNISTRArOIt'S [nay debts due by said estate,-terms cash. BIuckJ..avemer, and Steel-mued Jo., for their liberal patronage to him,since he commenced -

undersigned, administrator of Alexander R. I I 43tds THOMAS: M. WHITE. ,:new and superb Article, never before offered in this : business in Tallahassee, through which he
II hop
:t ; TIlE deceased, has appointed according to NOTICE. i I Market. I'ESTLVGS of every description. consisting I yet, to accomplish his purpose, ot establishing

:i> law, James \V.esLcoUr jr. Esq. of Tallahassee his mouths after date, I shall present accounts i: 'OTIcE'rue srribcr has sold out his stockof of Black and Blue Cloth superior Bl .ck Silk Velvet !- self permanently in Tnllhasseeas:merchant.-The

I,. '. Attorney, who will receive all demands and accounts SIX vouchers for final settlement. and my! apply to 1,. goods in Tallaha: "son, to THOMAS TILLINGIIAMT Fancy Figured do., splendid patterns, QuiltedSilk .! subscriber has taken! large commodious
, I E who will continue to do whole do., Merino, Valencia, Challice, Marseilles Silk house of R.Y. Wellford ly
"* against said estate, and acknowledge service of any the Hon. Judge of the County court of Leon County, fr. a regular Esqr.formerly occupied
.' process nccessary to be issued against said estate during for a discharge from thcAdminislralorshipof thc es- I silo and retail business, at the old stand. The notes I new style of English Fancy Silk,do. R. J. Hackley, Esqr. and will be receiving from t lS

::/ my absence in South Carolina.35ifB. BRIDE. tAe of James Bannister deceased. and accounts of tl c subscriber arc in the hanils! of R. ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF time, unlill next. fall, a large suppli, of every desrp

i B. WALLER TAYLOR, i late of Tallaha March 19 1836.(; 32-6m N, DUDLEY, J. HACKI.CV, K&qr.for collection. G. LANMAN. RE AD Y-MADE CLOTHING.Among tion of merchandize, which will be sold as low S
jt: *:. DU. ) having located himself permanently in Mon ADMINISTRATOR'S .- The subscriber will return here in a few days to attend present high state: of the markets through the whole
: T titello, respectful tenders his services to all I dcrn.uidd against himself. 42. which are the following Articles, viz:- country will admit, and on the most accommodatingterms.
professional months
after date
present my Ac Blue, Black, Brown, Olive Green, Dahlia, The subscriber has taken fresh start every
ta the inhabitants Jefferson
and its vicini DRUG STORE. The Violet
county, and Vouchers for final subscriber
a settlement and j respect-
Green and Mixed business
; .NEW Mulberry, Dress Sf Frock and mean his exertions and attention
ty. 36 J\h anply to the Hon. the Jude of hc County Court of informs the public, that he has opened in Steel mixed Over Coats German Cots- way
Camblct shall
Box Cents fully meet the patronage of his friends.
". STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE I Gadsden county, for a discharge from the Adminis the city of Tallahassee, next door to the post office, a lined with merino and silk, quilted throughout a new, 3* GEORGE LAXMAXfBlAKtl _
tratorship of the estate Sharrod McCall deceased. drug store, in which he u ill keep a rmeral assortmentof
p' article.
IN addition to his old ware-house the WM. B. McCALL, Adrn'r. din s, weaictiies, chemicals, surgical instruments Cloaks superb for Genllemen.Superior Black Blue and Back Cloth jNU I'ICE.-John ''Icknor,lsq.ot Mobile
has i 2d and all the usual of articles Olive JL has appointed the subscriber agent to pat
-a recenllyerected a spacious build February 1836. 26.6mADllINISTRATOR'S variety that belong to this Green do for Blue hi
,,.' Jig 80 by 23 feet, forreceivin colton and goods. I line of business. L8le' Black, and Drab CI.thand taxes and rent his buildings! and est.le. m this
I Cassimerc
"; 4 TIMOTHY M'&RTY. N01'J E.-All jer. nl The shop will be carried l on by Mr. LEWIS, who is Corded Bucksin Pants. Black Mixed, Lavender and city. The store now occupied by S. Zd.11i11 a a
St. Marks, December 27th 1831. T the estate of Samuel :Miles\ a well educated and experienced dru isi-and all do., Blue. Black,and seel mixed Sat- carpenters shop is ollercd for lent -
deceased! late of Hillsborough in this orders tinett do do Round Jackets. Jr of all GEO.LANMNOTICE. \. .
s county, territory and ill be ES'lS May 11S3G. 3ctf ,
prescriptions \\ most faithfully attended destlip _
Guardian's lions Blue and Black .
% are hereby required to present them duly ajthen- to. ,

months after date, I shall exhibit to the Judge ticatcd within the time prescribed by law, or they wili! N. B. All drugs, &c. warranted to be Vclvetsofaii Patterns f. Figures, Quilted ant.BI*tk ...
SIX genuine.
be forever barred those indebted : Satin, English Silk: striped do Buff Challice subscriber respectfully}informs the public
the county court for thecounty of Gadsden, my to said estate are requested 42 J. EL>\VIN STEWART.flKN Valencia TiE
nccotmts and vouchers as gaaidian of the minor heirs to make immediate payment toIL I II I Merino, and all the most approved! patterns that he will have the i2J&S23i239
Jonathan Thomas, and apply for a discharge. 428 HALSEY. : ,; DOLLARS REWARD.-Supposed to have I are to be found among.the l latest importations. Also 122: thoroughly repaired and fitted up lor

r March 26 1835. 33-6ms JESSEE McCALL- ,-Six weeks after JL Ranaway, two or three weeks since, from St. a large assortment ef Fine Linen Shirts, While& Red the recetion of thoe who are willing to plrnJ
TijTOTtCE date application :Marks! a large brown mule, much chafed with hart Planel do do. Drawers, Stocks, Gloves, Silk Hand him of December next. He pledges bun-

DOCTOR J. HU.NT.Elt.-Having the Thomasville permanently will be made to the Hon. Judge of J ness on iliouldersand sides, his right fere hoof kerchiefs Black Silk Cravats,Gtm Elastic Suspenders self that every attention shall be paid for the accommodation

miles from north of Tallahassee on road,- eight the county court of Gadsden county for"let. turns in, and has tho appearance of once having been Coton,and Worsted Hosiery,Gent lemen's Fine and convenience uf his patrons.A. .
respectfully oners I It is the mule is in Beaver H.ITS Satin Beaver .A- FISHESTallahassee. -
his professional servicet the citizens ters administration on the estate Samuel jambcd. thought Thomas county. do, Youth's Satin Heaver
of Leon
I ty. April 9th 1836.to 354m count Edwards late of said deceased. The above icward will be given to any person finding do! Fur Seal Caps, Umbrellas, and every article. .- Nov. 20th, 1835. 15-tf _
i county said! nmlft and delivering him to me at St. larks, or which is needed for a Gentleman's outfit. L'AiMv OF KLUKl'JA,April .jt>

JOHN H. BEALE. I RACHAEL EDWARDS, with Mr. Seth Lewis at the Planters Hotel.E. J. B.B. would also notify that during the past Sum CENTRAL Board of Directois of this institution

vr 4 Anorney at I.aw, Monticello Florida. WM. II. HUBBARD. W. DORSET. mer, he hs.been engaged in manufacturing the above have this diy, declared a dividend of five person .

i- ''' ILLpracticein the Court of appeals; and the May 6th 1836. 39-6\v St. Marks] June 2d. 1S3G. 43tf articles, designed parlicdlarJy for this market, which) the amount of the capital paid iuJor, theha yea

r 9 V Superior Courts of the middle District of TRAYED OR STOLEN.-From for cheapness and are not to be surpassed ending the 30th instant, payable to the StocktoWenv! :
FloridaNov.2fl.lH35! I iCtfRegular A DMINISTRATOR'S NOT1CE. =AU pcrJni by any inthissectionorcountry and as the work has or their legal ,on or after the iI1 daj'
' K.7the stable the ; representatives
1': L _ _ _ having claims belonging: to Plnn er's
Packets between against the estate of Elijah W. d been madrup under his own inspection, he can of May A.THOMPSON CAie.'
St. Marks % .I\'. Orleans. Sweat deceased, are required them Hotel, on the 9th May, ISW;, a bright some degree of confidence wt ensung. 1 ,
present duly anthenticated recommend the 39Gw
The Bay Horse main and tail sme
! schr. Lady Washing within the law black goes those who wish
iV prescribed
by or they will purchase a first rate article. He authorized to announce WlU-13 AL
':*:g II ton, M. Swaim, and schr. Washington be forev r barred. JOHN TATUM. well under the saddle and in harness-the points of \ould merely add that his Cloths have been purchased WK arl candidate to J.

I r. Wm. Leeds, will appJy regularly thro! May 14th 1836.NOTlCE.The. 40Gw each shoulder is chafed by harness, his tail short and immediately from the Impqrter, and are from the la in the nextLegislative, as a Council. represent Lon jj_

t,i the season.___ Stockholders of the Lake -\Vi- bushy, height about 5 feet 10 inches, aged about 10 -

F. H. SWAIM, at St. Marks and canal and Rail-Road Company yeats. A liberal reward will be given for the delivery Tallahassee, October 12, 1835. 12-tf Storing & Shipping} of Cotton..

1v; Agents. J Tallahassee.y ," will please to take notice, that ar, instalment of the horse to the subscriber at the Planter's Hotel I fr STURGE3 wiatendtoStor11ga n<
N. STILLWELL of Ten in Tallahassee. 434w: SETH P. LEWIS."MjtUR N OTic& KERR
J Nov. / N. Orleans. Dollars per share, on the capital stock of duid Coton- ley wi
Jt. \I 1st 1835. 13tf is SALE.--50 barrels rectified I THE the entire their shipment towy
company be Cotton
required to paid at the Company's of- whiskey: 85 do I entrutd t care
'tt". DRY GOODS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, flee, at Su Joseph's, on or before the 25th day of June M. superior old Manongahale rye do. : 37 do peach i interest of Mr. Gideon Emory the Merchan. market in the United.State or elsewhere; andSt
} : ---The subscriber having purchased: .f Mr. next, and a further instalment of Ten Dollars brandy : apply at my warehouse in St. Mark's. tile establishment conducted under the firm of Bet purchase at either their Stores in .
. Ji. George rnman his entire stock of Good in the city share thirty days thereafter. By order of the Board per 434w W. C. MILLER. I customers'that ton &. Emory he this is place, notifies his friends and _ftf, rk,. Ort.4th.19frt.JHL( )

;'t"-' J ti:; terms.of allahassee The offers them for sale on accommodating I f'Direclors.41 THOMAS BERTRAM, .,"1 E arc mitliosizcd to uiinouucu J Ai.: SYT '!'g w. ment Goods, selected nowjreceiving by himself with a general care in assort Boston (r J v/l.lot.. .-i ue aubaoriUtrr hw just received J:

'1;' articles and assortment embraces a great variety of Secrelarj.S ART, Esqr. and Dr. WILLIAM TRADE New York and and offers the schooner Joy, from N cwo York, and I now OP
sameat goods
late Batmor
by arrival from New-York is WELL, as candidates to Leon assortment of spring and summer .
now .L\UNISTR.ATOR.'S NOTICE. represent county in the reduced ing a general
h -AH[ prices at at stand occuoied
t by
complete, planters and persons .
country merchants next Legislative i Council. and French
are invited of printed painted onl.1
:.K.i to call and examine the LIhaving demands against the estate of James Mc- 43. the late fiirm. consisting
J goods judge for themselves. !ullin late of Leon IT OST: l\U'1'E.-AlI ALSO florentines, cantons and i4gnlltLlet; ez
I 42 THOMAS county deceased, arc required to :: persons are cautioned against Expected daily per direct from ,e3
: TILLINGHA8T .. present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed JLJ trading for a due bill to the subscriber from Wm. Liverpool, on consignment, etc. 3, 4 and 5-4, bleeched brown domcstJi e

.J; IJLAN'1..AT1U- 'OR SALE.For sale a valu- by law, or they will he forever barred ; those Gray for thirly-scven dollars, dated the Ifilh March, i 30 tons hammered IRON 4 and 5-4, furnitene antI common cek loaf 51-

situated on the OscillariVer, ODe indebted to the estate arc requested to make immediate and lost on the 3d or 4th ult THOMAS O'HARA. 3 Crates Earthern WARE superior cotton osnaburgs; ,

4 :; mile above the ferry, m Jefferson county, Florida; payment. MARIA ANN M'MULLIN. J1\ne4lh. 18Ui.: 432wfAttention l pieces COTTON BAGGING gar, etc. Expected per schooner Warsaw, an&double r.
t containing four hundred and acres, of prime 43jw G. H. LINDEN BERG ER. } A l m'r- sacks Liverpool ground SALT menu of hardware,'and I few superior rifles '
land 8C ol. which cleared S 2d 10 fold fcw cash appr0 e
acres all will
; are and under good : > Keg t. offers at wholsale to Merchants barrel guns- fo o
.NOTCg.ix : at
weeks after dale or nea
r.i: '. fence j-togclher with a good and subsiantial 7'AK nP lli- g New York prices. credit purchasers are invited to call aiijthemselves. e
: dwelling will be
houte and all made to the Judge of Gud&dcn FORM D VL
; necessary out buildin I A.
5-1' The Oscilla court for letters Cotton purchased usnal.
; county of administration jj&jm&
: river runs immediately through this on the ej>uicofWro. Mounted VolunteersALL a April 9th 1826.
c tract, affording Harrison deceased. TURBUTT R. BETTON .
: a most excellent mill eaL. For terms, apply to Jas. Tallahassee, Oct 1, i83. EJJMtD iiiTJ3T0.auorley ,

I A. Berthclot Esqr., at Tallahassee, or to the subscrir N 01'lCE.-8ix months alter dale, 1 ihall present 8fVALUAtLb PROPERTY d Ldw.
!: 38tf P. de M A LHER my accounts and vouchers as administrator of the Street
1 *E.l' members of the second Reg't Mounted Volunteers -The subscri OFFICE in Jeffsrson

1. t'I. FOR KlitJT.-The store & back kit h. eslaio the .S.nnnol of Maultsby, deceased to the judge of in the first Seminole campaign, under the her offer for sale his plantation, next door 1 E. B P erkm

l' formerly occupied the subscriber .. ehargcd county court Leon county, and pray to be dis- command of II. C. Parish, who have not' received a uerroei, stock and arming tools Druisl.Jan. .

1. er, also, a email office with two rooms. 43Cm: from the further administration thereof. i regular discharge and entitled to the same, are requested -The plantation ia under good .30th l83&-. .

.1:" QlquU'e without ,:: _B. F. COLEMAN. : to call immediately at my office and receivc the fence has oCASKS. D. Wine ; J5 butte
any delay or G. LANMAN. weeks utter date comfortable building,about sixteen Drkns
r 7th SIX application will be maiic to snie. W.H. REWSTER, nie I." forsaIe br
May 1836.
from on Lake lamonia and
39 .
judge of the for Leon Jmn4 Talahae. BETTONft
tjt county for 43tf
county, Adjutan o 40 T. R.
aso to be foundiflihe Territory. .
BLA.NKS of every description for Sale letters of administration on the estate ot Durant C. my absence frini the territory EDNO.ID Terms-one third cash and the in UItING absence from the e.mtor r.
: :; w. office. Craft and Aa Rhodes, late of said deceased. DURING b1nc two an my
436w county VASS! ,-Avill act as my legally author, nual instalments. J. HUGH,AKCHI

,I attorney. _428w: F All 0.. MACRAE. June 4tb, 1836. 1'VICKRSA: t. attcrhey.. 40w i fulqton'N'

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