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

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THE
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IJIJ PIIrt d tit% One Dollar per square I FLOItflnjy poles of a galvanic buttery. Prof.
*fnrthefrstm.ertiolandfifty! / / I
eeorle t ljD ;priion. All ferli f mcnts I Sweiyg.r, of Halle, Germany, by his galvan

;h nll'Cq1ollber of inset lions ft''lltireJ.J J e ic multiplier, succeeded in rendering the pow

r Kitb forNd,; and charged for. I : er manifest, when the galvanic battery was ,
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nne "insone
of
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the : Mposl' poiJ.ame -" "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." Pe and the other of zinc c.;> ,
n -- -- immersed i in as l
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: r-Sal= .! Sh Qa lm1r.r muck acidulated water as was contained in a
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n :PA1i m 4O Wine ra88. Tho
nUBi m4l ; bus
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flf first r"e: Land, r.OO ol ( II' ---- -_--_- 9 n QQ mca Cl1TTTTTwowi rll_ llri.I3Y made to power evolved way
.. "rOhih Js dared, thou iO miles A1J1.1I0UI'I'Y. '- -- ---- -- _. _WW pass through many convolutions of ,! I

V ori31l'1) R. J. //AUKLCY I ,to former apropriationsfor} these insulabtd wire, and was thus augmented so as '
objects six thousand
dred and -
II sic dollars to a.tftt.lbe
37--I tf LAWS OF THE 1-.N1TED ED hundred dollars.r ffty.tr and thirty-fife cents. magnetic needle sometimes '
AT TnE For the r-
J mJohI- $iou Illi-RC, I 810V OJ' Till' T\\"I"TI''l. tRTU CONGRESS sECOND StsI Penn'yh''fua F cll1argmg, oar the site lt the arsenal at Ftn-kfJrd, public stores crecli/n, one thousand'five a suitable building I undred contain dollars. the ven'GOdeg. Prof. Moll) of Ulrelcht, by wilt I.t

\ TAILOR ---- or a thousand dolar.. For the preparation of and constriction of ding insulated wire around soft iron, imparted "
I
Jtn ,
baeksmith's shop yar '
(PUBLIC No. a a sun-rarria-e to it
12)) house permanent shops suitable prodigious" a
yJLf.11,3SSlF., 1-/.1: AN ACT to f'\CIIJ: thc' J'ln' the d and for the horse
/ District thousand shoe bar thus
.'! Lourtof the United. one hundred doll safe-keeping of Implement provided, and
in InllIor
rF.'L'rl.ltlrrlrr. !t.) States fur the District ir. and materials connected
I of Ar For eight dollars.
I. the thousnd with
JtTt-
) purchase
.t1.n II! I II ten thousand a galvanic
rifle flasks battery, would lift
jjtffirrd from NI'tr York a superior :1itloffJ1Ildrllllh" ,- copper the as per plan'of a building for over one
( ('n .,mll'l'c.lUd'c..til':c I I'.c enacted. by! the! Senate one house of ncpresrl1tlllOi seventeen Sec. 2. thnu'ant it dollars ftrthc'r citation erecling exercises, in addition to amount re- hundred pounds. About the same time Mr.

;; lye,!ll!the! most 'fashionable riders end Of the HUlte.1 Stacs: 01' Ameri1in Gnnrecsassemblyd'I'hatthe i ; sums of be enacted, Thai the f. How_ heretofore aprp.iatP.thirty thousand dollars. Joseph Henry of Albany, now Prof. ;
I
Henry _
t'!'rrILUlhe\eW' || Yoik ivurki-t : ? : I DiRtri ictCourt money paid, out of any money ii the For the of .
.rt rr nf the Unite) I new barracks, for Princeton '
th Treasury lot Military College
States for the otherwise te by a new method
D.-itrirt of appropriated, on the of 1
requisitl'
jfs-rtincntof heady Rlndc: rlothhir : Arkansas shall have the of Academy to consist of
'If the depurl.ment eight
ti.4l,('ft'lhi'hllet.tn, wauant to Lc, as i \'ne jurisdiction and power ill all( rcsp.c whatever ) the Secretary of War, and, sn far as shall! be at five dolar each, four thousand bniding winding the wire, obtained an almost incredible .4
'fresh I cloth I 1 that teas given' to the c"eral I Ice .ary, same shall be expended for the follow- For magnetic force /
,,jjfiraifnc as anv r\fr United histrict Courts of the ink ( to wit grading grounds I about'the exercise hall, lifting six or seven hun '

b"tldcrocauntry,81t'tvsuit: nfeuthsrutlscI.IPChillISnnd I tlnruci h Slats, liy an net of Con:rc'us approved ;Marrh. Tor rplSel the pay, tr a r elfin: clout:n. for six removing temporary buildings! three hundred and 4 I dred pounds, with a pint or two of liquid and .
oisltein hundred and dollars. 1
; ?
'h I
(-Jt rap: n.ens RI'd t\\'o cnlitleJ An act oilier lecal 1 ? monlhs a battery of size 1
corresponding
of the did he desist
r-fulatp I trade and cpen. Tennessee For ; nor -
f'tnouoo'1l1alltlt.: un.s flf, -mIdll1lrHllch. Itl' intercourse with I thr Indian tribes 1 t, compensation to the acting
Irifurrlps' I mustered into the professor of themes I
,
and! service of the United until a short lime after
:1\JNn S third a arc a variilytuii : I ; to per,tyre peaec on the frontiers, or by -isitinn of .Mates under try, min rology, and at the Hilary Acade he lifted thoir-
:r Itlyd, Ii ,""'' P1 "" and' 'nibrnidcned l,o.M :i 11".eqiicntacu of Cnn,I'es*, concerning: crime,flny o'l eighth rcq one thousand General ei'Gaines.ht under date of April | my, between the first g.olog one thousand eight sands of pounds, by a battery of larger size,

ti storks, 'pcii'ters, fine nil rinn fluincl( (It. routes or.misdemeanors, which may be committed. a- proclamation: of Givernor hundred Cannon lliirty-six, ant the hundred and thirty-seven, and the first of Stptember but still very small, ((1830.)
\\111 tll1'111: shirts and drawers, :.g.Mstii: laws of the United Stales, in town, nl'the' of twenty-eighth one thousand eight hnndred and thirty-eight at 25 this gentleman
any same month, and was not slow
to his
vrulrnu : approved the dollars apply
? by
of
burkklnnItnr: J plo-os, fur rolUrn du. i or tctr.tory Lelon-in? to any Indian tribe : War, on the ninth of Secretary per month, three hundred dollars. skill to the
!'fl'd silk, and 'siren!" !l.nndlvrrliii: Also, inn tly11s, the United States of which any other dent of the United States jtfiy by direction ot the Presi For 1 painting room for the professor of drawing generation of motion, and a successful
cutfi'i""flS! : \\ l hlc>' lie \\ill! M |tlaa| Jn\v 1 Uistiiit. Cuurtnf the Unitci SlUu; anIY bore juris.j lars : Provided That one hundred tbna+and dol- eight hundred dollars. attempt of his is recorded in this Journal
i dirt son. such of said volunteer as vol.untrered APPROVED March 2d I Vol. '.,
of the
11I,1I..1II
,
e tUe gay i'y can lie loU"htrl'lf ArrrottnlfarrI: I un cf the procla,intion of Governor Cannon 1817. xx. p. 340. A power was thus applied
I IM. 1S37. '
n. the sixth of Juncortwrr.ticlhof I to the movement of a machine -
by
July a
thousand
I 1'G' 15tf one (PDBlC No. 15.) ,
n eight hundred and thiitv- ix and beam snspended in the
-- (Pr 1iIIr .r1'3..) mustered into the AN ACT respecting discriminating duties centre which performed '
service Dutch
:barks S.. Sibley- .AM' : ACT making npptopriations. 'tin 1 the support or | ins: under of the the act United of Stus, and are entitled to cloth- and Belgian vessels and their cargoes.upon i regular vibrations in the manner of a .

j llic; army, I fcj the v<:ar: rne thousand fight hundred fc e.;.;'hundred and May twenty-third, one thousand 1 Be it enacted by the ocnate and House of Repre beam of a steam engine. This i3 the rigi-- I
nornry Middle Distrin of I'lo. !I 'thirty-socn: and for "thcr purpo os, clothing out of the thirty-sir shall hot be paid for sentatives of the United States of America in Con I nnl application from which have "at
lilt r fr,!<.*Mfinal strvipos ns Alt"away and I lie it eiiartc: I In- :.lie Sonale and House of Rcpre.Mn'ativcsof For aforesaid appropriation. ;yeas assembled, That the same duties shall be levied sprung, or
-tt t.aw, i" ih" .II"cli"n! ifrl Hewi'l' ltII.1I I "s as'cnlhlyd '1 hat the : volunteers mustered into the Belgian vessels and their which i Jar attempts, both in this and t
i. tie Courts in tin* I ;ric following 'I'jrc States vied r .
QSfront Jour to the: ic id.nee o>'J_ J I. !i ifc.tnK are Imcliy( nppK'pmled Ult+ .11 nny in !Serrrlary of War of under the order of the and collected. on Dutch vessels and their cargoes A galvanic machine was reported to the British ,
money May but
the Trci'iny oat: othciwise twenty-fifth, one thousand nothing in this act contained shall be o
)IrI'fI.] appropriated, )1' Ihe rup- cifht hundred and iliiity-sixand construed t : Association in 1835, by 11r. VcGauly )
4tfr .'.ai a v2.itl', l I.T.7.:; 'J.itfJLn I pmt of tlc scutduring; the year one thousand eight Governor Clnon'8rrtcaOlion present the President of the United Stales from en I .s. .
of June of Irelaud
sixth i and he
-. --. -. bundled : that is one thousand eight hun- forcing, whenever he may deem both has renewed his statements
thirty-seven ,
; : proper against 1
'v Votirr.rr j For the pay ol the army, one million t soy ninety thou- thirty-six, ninety-.ue thousand dollars. Dutch and Belgian vessels,, or either of them, and .I of successful experiments at the late meeting z

I '\ i i M.r'-> \ there is n'-M ''.ou to liivrctiii.fnsN !is-.nd, one lnmdnd and tlurtrcn dollars. -n Fil'es of'ay the. trivellinir Tenn colhing nnd other I legal exp their cargoes, the provisions of the third section of at Bristol. Mr. Sturgeon of Woolwich, England : ,
\ C'liiton Stl t'i. U.-.il""I" I Fc\the su'ibist'-nre of officers three + mustered into the the net entitled '' A n act concerning
1fT..1 : Cl j hundred and srr\iecof tilt Uni'ed States under duties of discriminating r also reports a galvanic machine as being +' k
; t,) tintui. ilJf''iC'IIIIUS-, > tnrty-tw! thousand hundred; General Glinea'uisition I tonnage and imposts," seventh + ;
%
h mrc "prtnrip.iJ"| ; fix thiriy-eijhl dollars approved
I under date in his
req of June I day of use on premises for
i twenty one January pumping water,
asCtir5rEl.> : *sr An.rO1'r.11r.il: ATTOII- 1'urfrayeof' nlliccrs'horsesset'eutythoasandnine I I thousand eight hundred and eighth one thousand eight hundred and
: and i thir-lixlhirly-fve thou twenty-four. and for other mechanical [
l Ill' :Inin ill h'lllrc. tigittye'vcn dollars. purposes.
atP 'S> may I'bl""Iillt \ riicr-:' Bind three hundred and 3
IICl'd1'1i i ; I loy, ,y.-. Di-tiIt-allnnr}. For clothing farulliccts'surnntshrcnt)'-six'hou- For thc liabilities incurred ten d'.ls. APPROVED, March 2d, 1837- But, I believe that Mr. Davenport, named I !

*part (if'n<>.< 11''.('I's \f1i.'("), aha| ''till>un'- j mud five 1 mulled: and fifty drdlarso I raising: money ; so fir a* aid by Governor has Cannon urea in Punic- lot the bead of this notice, has been more successful
No-
'f'llIlt. Tli Milisnilicr will! i.ttctid t'tf' For payments in eu clothing to discharged sol money properly ( 16.) ;
expended in the than other
I service of the United States AN AT making an additional any person in the discovery
irnnl the I'outis wf Ji'tlor- di r thirty thousind dollars. appropriation for the a,
J .IIII
> nor
| ;; --1/1" I 01 account i-f the aforesaid
Gads; i.-n.1--III.III\( Jacl-fun: ,UIHIR>, 1 ,.r Kiilikikivncc( exi-liisirc of that! of, officers nine s: LCCUur'8IInI'It ofwaia'lv' toiouuM.JAMJS i limiilri, an! tliutofii tl.us:1d: f-Mtr Jnndre.lafl' rty- For luc the I thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven- and efficiency. During the last two or three l. f
m
: executive
( pay
staff ]! it
: of the Ooiernor
of c enacted l> the
J II. VvKVl'COTT T 1 flee ilollirs! inr'u Jm;; the sum of 1lndrfd mid I! Tinnessce, while y Senate and House of Repre years, much has been said of this discovery .
actually in sentatives
pngnged of the United '.
l 6oc, J muary 25lh, I H'I7. I'five thousand: ihier l hundred! and seventy-two dollars, ni/inr: mustering, obtaining orgy States of America in Con in the and it is ,r
or : volunteers The that
marching assembled in
during probable
.- -- .-- -- fir th* f ibsisirnca: of the ,'oIUnlerSld militia called I gress That that the further- sum of two newspapers '
lUr.Hdnrs :iud J''rfnntl'ry'. nut | J I rrrrntnhur.ul'pressinh Indian hostilities, year platys one of th their! msand' rendezvous fight hundred and lliirty-six, to the millions of dollars shalle, and the saute is hereby, a future number of this Journal, drawings and I : I ; .

;'t'("pri! ei 1'as pist; rrrrivrd a flesh siiipy!} I J'orel":itlnn; ot the army, ramp and garrisonquip; voluiiterrs: three thoiisind,dollars or making returns of said appropriated otherwise out any money in the Treasury not an accurate description of the machine may '

JMtUiS, rat !MllDI''INKS.: .IT.I'.lrlj a s", oiiokin, titi r.il., and lio.pital fmniturc, t wn nun- I Fee 3. it appropriated, to defray any expenses which be given. Having been recently invited to i t \
An.lle funlur enacted.. That the Secrry have been or be
liK.li tho f.1Iwi,< Arli.i |I'll jtnd six tliotisaml may incnrrrd, in !
tiiicni aic i ; | : i trct nine lumdicdnnd f ilollam. at preventing or sup ,
irty 'Val ; he hereby directed the examine a working model in two varieties of "
'si t xn." I or J Ia(1; ;, d'1.! Pilll.roo"I..SIr-a.' 1..1 the mtdi'al: and I !,. to cause to pressing hostilities of any Indians ; to he expended
depiutineni, tlurtyijii paid the
hlspil1 ? lo volunteers! i
i. 1 liiirhor ; Swaii's r.iinr l'IItI! Vrrini-, I d ihotisand fire Ilmllcd d.llarl. f'cnn'ssrc. and militia of Kentucky, under the direction of the Secretary of War, con form, and to report the result, I shall now attempt

alll..t's i '1'm?; .Mixture, Cl-l 'rtii,c 7'onih I For 11r, M cii'.irMippl.-: ; : > furiii' hd, tlc:, Quarter: I Alihami, and Mississ'ppi' including the fomiably! to the a t of Congress o! the ninleenlli of nothing more than a general description
compares
and'r'S' WoavriV In'ish:' Oal'tml: and! I;i mast: t"'s 111''rl'fII' lIsisll!II f\}I, ti'ra .lrlw"lalon who weie ,dulv-Mississippi call1 into, mustered service; end into whose the seiviee seni'cwas therein March! referred and the second to. of July last, and of the acts such as may render intelligible the account I ,
t llutliiVia; gl i CSI i.'n Aj."'nrnt, 11'illi&tnn'* : r", 11IInrtl| two < eight -
I 'lIIJ th'I- accreted by the Exicutives of the States rcspe-- AJronD, March 2d 1837. am to give.
l-k.!. Jl-c-ji'Kiry.: iiiii;'r. Lcuvn a-id S:"r"-I+ 11,11 CnlUlS.For ,
I F li..h I.. lr' : I !' rrarls: tmly. duiing tho summer of the year ono thousandright I 1 The Rotary Machine composed of = ?
re
I'fI'I''. E\nl1 ti tusk 't : fjuarcrs! store-houses+ embracing the i hundred and under J
thirty-six
1. ii\VIN: STCU'AUT, rt'lIj., and cll:1rcleut.f: 1 :11:1,1. qu.uteis, start the Scci clary atV.ir or from generals icquisilioni from I, AN ACT to (POBLIC No. 17.) volving electro-magnetsr with fixed permanent +f. .
,1"x I : ; ; d'r in the Post (Hi<'e ': II id hovjL/.iV.: m the several posts ; the rreet. Il.e Irf'op..f the United Siite commanding provide for the enlistment of boys for magnets.
!, and who dis the naval and
were
---- '- '' Ir'I, nl "crvict extend the of thc E'I
,1I1h'(' 1)ollal'.Itt'tt'It'd.1'E be "("'rupcdJnrintilrycarandof trmpi.iaiy: ; t } rant-mments at such posts as .hal. i' clar:
:tt ItII'.4'LIVrt'Sata; : ; .'. T.ila'ia! ,oo, I I )II''t' t. riio.i: of tl'o c.iiiiion at tht foris pun-houses on the: seaboard'or lio".n, entitled all the if they allowance: to n which inactual they would have: Re it enacted by the Senate and] Tlousi of Reniesrniativesof March 16, 1837, by Mr. Israel Slade, of Troy :

e I tilt l'iy: IIiM'KK:, lean; in f Jlp.sU, lie' h ihe pnrHia.'e' of tue!: ncc'-FS.ny (.>'l li Ild materials for I ho period of one hall(and tint the ur'iredl'ril he ; the United Stairs of America in Con N. Y., and by him set in motion for my ex- .
wind l,' lant!! \vliititar in I l.is; torclirad j I the!; oicrtfi! | wanted. : ard nf thcauthotizeJl'nroiturcfor i! out of m"nh in the; same pvd grass assembled That it shall b 1awrull enlist boys examination. The +t
is
I any money Treasury not otherwise fur the with the moving part composed
<' \ nt.\\viy, aw 4l two iivmtlis :'g.>. ij-ij the barrarl.-tmrn' ; rent of qnailcrs 'or .irieeis. fur ap navy consent parent or guar 1
; propriated.:
tui on I i: t1.jI'IIt:, Cna.; Urf.'vn'u 1l1'lell I Karai r.ks: fur IfllpSl poti \vlitre there are nn public SKC-; 1. And b" it duns, not being under thirteen nor over eighteen years of two iron bam placed horizontally and crossing -
'\. C.\ 1'J'10I I lnjjdiis! ) foi. tln.ii acciiiMnodatioii, : ; of Mnic-hnusisfor 1 I c oiisand six hundred and Pirtlier enacted, That eleventl of age, to servo until they !hal arrive at the age of each other at right angles. They are t 4
dollars
t"I'Ilft.: ." :ilh. ler. : .:., :,:Itt: Ilhl Ml f. -Ki cping of Ri1twlDlrnCrIluhnSc., and ot" for p'yins the KiA_ Jl.>,"fifty. c.,.,U be--appropriated l--i._r twenty-one iTson-i I tor the yeirs ; and, it be lawful to enlist other both five and a half inches long, and they ore '
'
to for
't' 'f" -)"- -"''- i :; tr'-tinds lor =nII'r, enntonn.ents, ciicanpmcnts: anl! I tin I Independence Blues, lmie!tic command of Maj.I $ Ing eve years, UmnS&u mtvy _J.L : ': military: J iaic! <*, nne': '- \Iho"'lnl dollars. I I 1anll) for the payment of Vojor unit and ba/lalion of the President of the United Slates ; and so much cle made Ut eVIL nun, .,...v ,......io are -
: c1I:1NT'1' LOR, !I j For.the iI'IUICI' lade In fH.'c,s !jar the tunpur. j I .A.r. much of mid Mm ns mar b nccfnimrjr Carthose of an act entitled &An act to amend the art entitle! each three inches long in the chord line and
,telion jf :,pr : w11I1n\'rln: .on duty with- purposes be appropriated: and paid on the pre- An act to amend the act authorizing the
\I.tnrnp.d fOI11of'W York, has talon' thn oat t troops, thu MHO of ffy: II.u\d dnl.l:. I Mcntalion; of the lolls of said companies and battalion an additional naval force," the empToymentof their position, as they are suspended upon the
:If ly! occnp'u1'' l>y U. Ilalscy, ill ,1,1l.'r.nll \I' rllltll trrtnspoilatioiM.f ,. troops supplies, vi/ : staff to the Paymaster General, with evidence of the of May, one thousand eight hundred approved and fifteenth, ends of the iron bars, ;is horizontal. G ,, -=

sere lie is tow ern i'encctu'<'n'.nr: n penctal. ., np!ortni('nt ,tr.iii.si.oiiali.nl: uf Ilt army, mcu! hug the IJIlge ." I tlue, they were in the service against the Creek In is inconsistent wild the provisions of this act twenty, shall be as This cross is sustained by a vertical axisstanding j 1 ,1' ,
neat c ctotl.iii'j, of ry mi Tide in I I11i+' j c-itlior, land in the months ,
1'011''llo'il;; oy or WJlr ; f\iht; dials: of May and June, eighteen hundred tnd is hereby, repealed-
with its
r |""6inr ,, biiuulilr tnt'io!, season, which il! 'a) :: :; Ji.ise; the\\ iiiu't ni"ronim'<'titin5, term nnd lu-n's, for the of SFC. b t cnac'ed, That when th ting of easy rotation. The iron bars p 1;
i ltagollS purpi.sc ir in!j'or- ; ;> And be it farther enictcd, one bun lime of service any person enlisted for the cross
TIM 1
aU, nn 'and( a sett! nd'd,!' afvorirrrm, of p'i,8 01 tier the u'c of gan Ion ; drayagtf and cart-. rrngoaliln'Sf d thousand dollars be :mltle,I : tame hereby n shall: expire, while he is on board of the navy! are wound with copper wire, covered by cotton t
1 \ Minjt, illlj.'II" I any public L 9r
irrpi
(.I'II"J1l're'i nn< tly '- p
nils' j 'voral hire; of
j INI-IS: ; teanuieis: ; Trpri\lc': the militia! of vessels of the United States nnd
transpur- II : tlld equipping made
h arm'tij employed they are to form at
on foreign pleasure
I In will M-ll! by th)' jard < r piore and t't'i service 4 1
ration d'1'utds! !fr: the ,1 l I
+ United
pay < : ; expense ol I I Stales, in addition to the I her be the
-parnifnt appropriations e- duty of the
'! i.uiV t'r II! \ II'I ivMi, at IIIC I| i itlhal commanding otfiaer of connexion with a small circular
( o e proper
: J" i battery ;
?! ; : ,
sailing a : tr rt hI twc tit i if'-rn that .
p'H-lic | on e | ma !le for the /fi
tlc squadron, or vessel in which
p4Yl'an'I: I i in; tl.o 11I('t fa'hin..a!,!.' i-tylc. i 11'1 Io.ts fupo'e.fc. such person made of
concentric
JGnlt; of MCAico., &.1 procusin: ; \ r posts j jas I t Ii, A Id: br it enacted, That for paving may be, to icnd him to the United Stales in some cylinders cf copper
.. we l* make, T.I\h.I-I'f': lii> .1"'fIlIl: < nt r< 'i from their, Miuati, in, rrjuirl' i; thotransportaiion: ,n't4rchim4"f i the Statcof Connecticut for the rvice lie or other vessel, unless his detention be pub esI I and zinc, which can be immersed in n quart of 1 '

!Sue 1 o.liy! fijbliatronspc.;r 1'1'n:lit fii!. il-C!: ili"'ii lohiMni's j of chit ltn;: 110')) she! drr'Olt, !I'hil.idciplra! to the stations j, of her militia tours; the l.ne I war, to be audited and snllll ii> the public_irlercl in which us shal the said; acidulated water. Two semicircles of strong; p
< | of I the!, ; tionp< ; of i I"h'eJ1rc: : frlm the places I scaled by the ,-r accountinG officers of the Frea- officer detain until the
pn p I
may tassel in which 1 he steel I
acr'e.In1.2ith: 1 IMC.: 1 12 If ly magnetized form an entire circle interrupted '
I if jiiiivh.'so!, ant' the point;of dcIiM'ry uiiiirrrontrect mry} under' the snperintendenre of the Secretary ofWar !hal be serving shall return to the United States and 'iii.. t +
--- -'-' ;
r.. n.'II(| J i,. siieh: place! : ::s t &.dr-cum.tancc!of the sii I'i.'r way ; in the fn.lo\iL, cases. ; first where the mlliliaIf itshalle the duty of said officer immediately 'o make only at the two opposite poles, ;and

I ye motor'- formerly a n.l' !r.tutl to the fonitir.ition! ? and ftuniirr under well founded the & --
TC-etit l.y IL J. llaclilev. Ksn.'as: :anu.ti( n : poi, or a apprehension of invasion ; causes thereof. galvanized iron cross moves in such a manner -
n.lvf j iliixiwn J ns tlc: l-X-'HANGK.: l\.r'i ,uJ'f: I1'd f-nm tl.e wt"-t 'ru :.ii'ius, ; to the si-\< ral a r- i provided their numbers w"rl not in undue proportion SEC. 3. And he it further enacted rrhnt sneh per"sons I that its iron revolve and
segments parallel
!.I"il.e' ii is nosurpassed by 311)1t1l.1- i isMiuls.,' the .'1m of one hundred and sr.tutt)'-suve n to the exigency : secondly} w here they were called out as may be detained altar the expiration of their '; i,
''ieirv., l'ur term apply to !j''thunw,id Jn'rare, I by the authority Suiiand aner..ad$ recognised enlistment, under the next preceding section of this very near to the magnetic circle, and i in the '

-10' H. Y. WI LU'Oltn. I 1'11 the illhlclll.npcrjf': of tic! dinrteriiaster's: by the! FcceialGoveimr.cnl ; and thirdly, where act, shall be s.bjec,. in all respects, to the laws and same plane. Its axis at its upper end i la fried I ( ,

-- -- \( \I11.r'I'It. coiifristiiijj .f |".si3"c 01 public lefty 1 rs they were ra11.out I h) and served jndcr the requisition ; regulations government of the Navy, until the! t by a horizontal cog-wheel to another and 1
.::.\ u Y-: TAmci/Hrri: i \ <;. I : ji.u-kdh ; ( expenses of rou+ ts-inatti.lsnd: couitsof of ,: illent the United Statrsnrof return to the U nite Slates"and al such persons rs I larger vertical wheel to whose horizontal i I ,
'I 1 'ave rec1 iced a mtpp'.y! of clo'liintj c'nl.tin i iandfn' logo ry, iiiclcdiiifj: the ronijieii'-.ition: ofjid, :e- ad\o-\ ollictr thereof the sum of one hundred thousand anr. shall be so and all such shall voluntarily l axis '
.urmeut of Lo:hc-un's" -, ulu. \\ c I cures, IWII'crC: :1.1 1 witn s.ses ; xtni: ptv tt aoldieis, tars, if so mueli 1,1 necessary for that purpose be reenlist to serve until the return of the cease! in which! weight is attached and raised by the wincing

1111 loin\] advance on roM.G uiidrr an art ff ConureFS of thersrc'aut! of March, the: ; simc ii hereby appiopnucd.SFC. they shall be serving and their regular discharge of a rope. As soon as the small battery> i r.

II 4T E 1 nxnniinnii I egLtcw: hnndicd it nill'II'II. expensescffrom express 7. And be i it linther enact'?, Thai to pay all iherefrom in the United Stales, Ihal, while s torsi destined to generate the power is properly + kN 1 t

,1'cr ;:I.! 1 F31+; (o) the fr.orucr push, "f the nccc:s 'iy :articl's for 1 the claims of North Carolina for the services of her -- ---'- I the iiiicmicniof not c 1'11nis"jno. officers and v,1 I- militia during! the JTo war with Great Britain, ir. the an addition of onefourth their former
.fo..I" l St. :31arh.line nf JItdi'l Idlers I ; brr of labonteis ; comj'Cns-ition' to clerks in; ";M.1 rntim-rated.: in the act approved the thirty-first APPROTKD, March 2d, 1837. t pay. red by diluted acid the motion begins, by the .>

I the otTici of rulrlol; \:1"1 nnd assent! ri'iartrr- May, eighteen hundred and thirty, entitled "An act | I horizontal movement of the iron cross, with 4.
.' m,'sers, at pots ( re their duties cannot be per to authorize the tymrnl of the claims of the Stale (PUBLIC NO. IS.) its circular segments or flanges. By the gate i :.

I i funned withoof su.'h aid, and to irmjiorary agents in of Massachusetts: : for certain services of her militia AN ACT concerning Pilots vanic connection these and their
".. 1 t J .1 cit:c of s.lnllcdasrlisand in the performance I during the bite moat,"' and also the claims of sa;id Be it enacted by the Senate and House ol Representatives crosses con ,
*. ", (her duties ; pmcl.a: of IIO-TS: to mount the sc- State, ro disbursement in the purclnseof munitions of the United States of America in Congress nected segments are magnetized, acquiring ;it '

:,. '>5T P.atc'es.els nnd expenoncrd .l,1'I'f I e-iind I ifgini'-nt of dragoons, and expenditures ,Icce"!n- I or other supplies on account of the war, and expended assembled, That it shal and may be lawful for north and south polarity at their opposite ends :;,j

ii lie eiiipl'M't-l: in i In< line t') sail: fran: ctil.eive !;; I i Ilv to lei'p the two regiments of dr.' ' \ ,f I will rail] on the Hih and :'Jlh 'If> cl c11 including; : tIC! pnrchakc of tior es lo sal| ply the place. the name la hereby appropriated.ArmoviD going oat of any port situate upon waters, which repelling force of the circular fixed ;:
tad i ol. i-nrr, should pitiona;e a'qiine., I I.I .those which niJjHie lost and become, unfit for ccr5 March lt 1817. are the boundary between two Stales, t employ any' magnets i t ,r
VSI. YhLYS' ': P/IATT, Ani X Yor: t j' t ICe, and the erection of additional stably, one hun- : pilot duly licensed or authorized by the laws of either a rapid horizontal movement I fa produced, at

20DT LYON, Ar m St. .V-i ic- I' Bred mid ninety-two thousand dollars! : (Prci-ic No. 1<.) of the Fiatei bounded on the !ail waters,to pilot lid the rate of two hundred to three hundred revolutions = ,'
trk".1rrill J5, IKS7.: rfi-l\'r.. For cuntililc.es: of the army, three thousand dollars. AN ACT In provide for the support of the Military vessel to or from said port; any usage, or custom in a minute, when the small batterywas l t '
---- ---- ._- --- Academy of the United States, for the one to the contrary notwithstanding. = j jI
.' Wi Saddles, fun .|iiilf.> l do. ,\- I'orwo r.iiinll.s', extra pay to rornlistcd! fo'dlers! : right huudr and 1 thirty seven year Al'raovt'D, K:arch 2d, 1837. used, and over six hundred with a cal I '"

Venn do., I3n;lish cto., Radios do. f.r the rontinntrxncnvrs of the recruiting scrt 1 1r by the Senate and House of Rcp c- orimotor of 'large size. The rope was wound l )

Ifm- n and I.niius In idles nud ni.irti'ijjiiji) r i ol l thlrtt'-four tI'Jus.inl! three hundred uuJ si :.v-two hc'l of the United States of America in Con- (Pi-sue No- 19.) up with a weight of fourteen pounds attached I 1 F

ritlli..n"( g ; ,.nlI ridntg \ hij!, r'uita;r I I'nr- Il": That the following sums be, and tho AN ACT to extend for a longer period the several and twenty eight pounds were lifted from the i

.\ (O.eNri\ ijitions, wngon 11111'111't-e, ISOI-M- I'u/Jrll! I'or nrrrangM prior to tlic: frt of July, one ih by appropriated, fo be paid out of any acts now in force for tIle relief of certain insolvent: floor. The movement is instantly stopped bybreakin"
.nlt'J1I"; *, 4-e. Tin Murk is aiy! ;': c-xj-itttcJ, Fund) right hnndicd and f rlrll: payable through < Treasury not otherwise approprialcd debtors of the United States. with 4
connexion
\ the the and
{"t"I.! l-y Cornelius }"n1.. 'JII"P ol thc Third Audtnronc thousand dollars for the Biip,"orl of the Military Academy' for the Y ear Be enacted by the Senate and House of Reprc- battery, : .
H\\ albrrprirhal'nrssand; tiim Canii'TS i nt'' .,1 the national armories, torte Iiundrcd an J t>:.xty' one ihoti&ac.d eight hundred and thiity.seven ; to \lt; enutircs of the United Slates of AmerlcIn Congress then reversed by simply interchanging the ''
-c' t ft. .1.. tionsiTi.l;! ; d.illars.i In pay of the ofcer.cadets and musicians, fifty assembled, Thai the act entitled An act.lilr connexion of the wiltS of the battery with

tty ,), lr.rcttn1, wilein"ln], purchase 4)ddlt! i j', hoc the nrmancnt of the (I'tc1i'Hs' two hundred six ihous'nd and \\ e dlllrs. the relief of certain insolvent debtors of the UnstedStllestt those of the machine when it becomes equal :
(app e sit tit "'''IrntH, : ticc. ihoimnd dolhrs. For subsistence ot ofces cadets, thirty-nine passed on the second day of March, one ihnu #
elf'I.r.,1J C J l'ir UK-eii'ifiit r>prrs of the ordranrr serviT.OIK thousand: five hundred Int sixty-six dollars. sand eight hundred and thirty-one, and an act inn addition ly rapid in the opposite direction. '
'pt J":17: 1"tf.tiNO1'1lisF:1 ; !1'11lru. and twi.'ntv.threethousand nine hundred 1'orinraeenf officrr'shursesUnethousnndnnchidied thereto, passed on the fourteenth day of July, The machine, as n philosophical instrument\

it "' :tor\ s vi-iiy.fiio dollars and fifty-two dollars. one thousand tight hundred and thiriytwoand! act to operates with beautiful and surprising effecl( 1k

) J; : : 11' .\NTKD. j J 1'.r ar-.rimls, tlm'r hundred and seven!}'-three thou For Hinhiii, ; nf ofliccr'* servants, three hundred and revive an J amend the said acts, passed on the seventh and no reason can be discovered why the mo i ;<
.olWUJ.tT: J. I IfA\V Y. E,1'! in 'roO1atdl llaeuld, four 1'I.dlcd and twenty-nine dollar thirty d Mars. day of Jane one thousand eight hundred and thlrtyfo ,
It is
,1t.. IHa7: :H.lf For the piiuhiisc of jiercusion cannon locks, fifteen For defraying the expenses of ihe hoard of visitersat r, IP, and the same are hereby extended and torslion: may'not be indefinitely continued. .
- 'thousai-iliJu'lais.! tints in force for three from and after the to cause a gradual flow of the impaired -
'. '1t : WcaiPoint( two thousand and seven dollars and years passage easy very t. i
if hotel!! HIP Cily of ;I -\\jcl lit': For the mnimfartiire of fI'll.in': michioes for bar'lictlc eighty-four cents. of this act. or exhausted acid liquor from and of

1 : G'oria. : and cart: 'm< nt' niagcs, cht thole end hu hun For fuel, stationery, printing: transportation andpO.I SEC. 2. And te it further cnactod, That the provisions fresh acidulated water into, the receptacle of .'
'i nu ncrous SPPI"llI'HlS: which lave !*ccni and dollars eight thousand dollars. of the said several acts shall apply to cases o f t t

alettr'1nt.hSj'rr'n t 1Inxi.us to mare! ar- ;I .red the manufactureof' rponges; A.r field nnd bnttcry: For ge repairs, improvements, and expenses of buldin insolvency which shall have occurred on or before tIle the battery, and whenever the metal of the I ,

trnlsto 'build, ,III 'ltmuH'nCe uiwness IH.M'ljjaminjrtjiein j cannon, one thousand nine hundretlnd sixty dull ors. grounds, roads, wharves, bots.a fence. en first day of January last. latter is too much cerfoded to be any longer t I

\IIIlhl'd.t1i,1I1Iy I.ld"T ( fiom indi-> J'or tie rifle) fuc/ory ai llarpci's Ferry armory : thousand one hundred and ; dollars and APPROVED, March 2d, 1837. efficient another battery may be instantly sub

In have inducc'l the. HronwickLnnd 'j jciphl: 111"Jld.nine hundred and sixty five dollari- twenty-five (ents. stituted:and that even before the connexionof ;

.ti'Oout'rlit? selected! pult.ic l'01"; sal The\ Jtom Kalc one\ ill/ty c(two'III.on7latdapthe i'amount'rrnmpctinthebarrnrk.atBatun expended: out of the n'general appropriationnn1 Rouge, beingaji I nine For hundred pay of and adjutant'fifty dollais.and. qUlrton. :ter's clerks, ma c IWL 4li1 1JrJ the old battery is broken. As to the crier= t

23 h day of May next, tins the (luanermnntu's of the ., of the it becomes at once a ost. "
and For tame gy power
Department, to enable the philosophical apparatus: 4 r'palr I From the American Journal of Science' writbyte Arts, r :
'edI f'il'ndaiice of the l lsirec tor4' ur an airerit accounting officers to c ose the accounts, twentythreethousand I three hundred dollars. 1837.ELECTRO.MA.GNETIC. interesting inquiry whoibor it admit of indefinite '
urtbat f'Urpolf: nine hundred end ixty-nme dollars five Fur mnaelefurthedepartmentofengiaeerinthundred April, increase To this inquiry it may be rc=
:tennsof sale will! Lc liV.ral, and titles indis.timely I.nt MACHINE.Or 'I
cents. dollars.
A that provided the magnetism of ooth the I
distribution; (.f pamphlci will IbcLta the wharf Foi Monroe THOMAS DAVENPORT: plied, r #,
For completing; at t Virginia, For models for the drawing department, apparatus MB.
.:tantng! lhe term! ff !",le, ltepurts of en g i i1 i- five bundled dollais. and contingencies of the department of cbe.mlilr OF BRANDON, NEAR RUTLAND, VCBMONT. revolving cross and of the fixed circle can be I .. '

,"_'Camutisaioners, explanatory maps, c o conmructiiiKa a river wall, making embankments and instruments and repairs fur the matberat l Many years have pissed since motion was indefinitely( increased, then no reason appears f! r t

C W.CARTWRlGflT lo the same, arching, clone-wullinf, repairing the embankment : partment. eight hundred and fifty dollars. fir; produced by galvanic power. 'f be dry why the energy of the power cannot also be '
) of the new canal and for ctfinpletio the For incidental expenses of the department of artillery l- increased. Now ofSturgeon's ,
HENRY Zarnboni caused the indefinitely as magnets
RICE, > Director columns of D. Luc and
k tilt-hammer shop at Harper' Ferry fifty-lhree thou three hundred dollars. I
GI1:01tGE 1' DEXTER, ) sand' fe\'cn hundred and forty-three dollars. For increas and expenses of the library, six 1 hundred vibration of delicate pendulums and the ringing --- I [

For a magazine; at the arsenal at Baton :tuugcL iui- dollars. of small belle, for long'periods _of time, even Annals of Electricity,Magnetisrrt, 4-6 5 "
flCE.-Joutu M'CAKTS, Ekq., in Modtictll", liana, five thousand dollars. For miscellaneous items and incidental expenses, I No. J.'.VoL 1. October;1836.t .
say Altonley in fact dUl njr ii.y n'jsencr! fromH. For ihe purchase of land, buildirg: brick warehouse one thousand seven hundred and levcnly-seven dol! several years, without Int rmISllOn.I I Mr. Davenport appears to have been strictly tntf ,

dSth,1R37.eItory of Ylorida. SJ'JEb' and wharf, and rnakire n turnpike road t the river Rt lan and filly' cent In 1319-20, Prwf. Oersted, of Cope ha. inventor' of a method of applying galvanism to produce ;. ;

30-3p the arsenal at Mount Vernon, AJabnma t, >n addition For completing the chapel, one thousand two t hun- gen discovered, that mngneti wai evolved rotary motion i -1 ) -.




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4 c w the American trade, the news is favourable: $) Rail Road or other companies, and holds him been a,run on'&e Mecbaaresa: >tkfa r- -', .

rs \ common kind, usually called permanent i imagnets CONCLUSIONS. for six months after be :.may ;hove sold out; to-dayCrowdsassembled: about the t'
find their limits within, at most, the 1. It appears then, from the facts stated a- decisive. *
of gold immediately and at each transfer he has a tax-as well as more to look'on than anything ehs %? ,
power ofobvious lifting a few hundred pounds, it is bore, that electro-magnetism is quite adequateto The expectation foreign i is abandonedand stamp to pay. fleers of the 'Bank ,took the mOlt The ?ferne
back from this wisely
fr i that the revoking galvanic magnet the generation: of rotary motion. country Her road* are McAdamized and kept in I means to check the run.-They

must, in its efficiency, be limited, by its relation 2. That it is not necessary to employ per- a milder is policy trade prevails.in England bad, yet fir.e order, ,though they pay dear for it. Be- their clerks, and promptly met every quad dePled

r to the fixed magnet. But it is an important manent magnets in any part of the construction Cotton so so, little return of confidence tween this place arid Liverpool! there are ten 'on the instant, and announced thki the 1kI

't :),.: t.. fact, discovered by experience, that the and that electromagnets are far prefer- not so bad but that a toll gates, a distance of thirty six miles. One would remain open until 5 P. M., 'to Batik; :

1 .... .: :., latter is soon impaired in its po*.r by the i ins able, not only for the moving but for the stationary would The give rumoured it life and defeat vigor of the again.Queen's forcesin rarely observes any person driving out merely modate the public. All the other BahlT ICt*"

':, a- fluence of the revolving galvanic magnet, parts of the machine. for pleasure, for a toll bar is placed at the sub- specie for the Mechanics Bank bills Pt+id

.?'f.: which is easily made to surpass it in energy, 3. That the power generated by electro'; Spain turns out to have been unfounded.French urb of each town in all directions, which them in deposites as usual Tbere.and
, '/?" _: and thus, as it were, to overpower it. It is magnetism may be indefinitely prolonged, !I There is much talk of chaRges in the forms in reality a bar to such excursions. The sequence was that after the excitement Si.
I \ therefore that the fixed since for exhausted acids and corroded J Ministry, not, however, with any reference to epi7
metals
{. ;;, 4 obvious, magnet, as peculiar exhibitions and the enjoyment in the a few thousand dollars were drawn
,, t well as the revolving, ought to be magnetized fresh acids and batteries, kept always in j the introduction of new principles or measuresof use of horses, as at New York and Boston, close of the afternoon the run wu and entiref'sttb,,

: by galvanism, and then there is every readiness, may be substituted, even without : policy. of this over. 'r
a in the has no parellel in part country.
FRANCE.From the French extracts any
1'. reason te believe that the relative equality of stopping the movement. I Very little business
i chases dangerous doing to
that the Their hunts and steeple are day
< the two, and of course their relative energy 4. That the power may be increased beyond i\ London journals, it would appear limited auction sales of coflee and flour Some
to
Ministers of the sports, and are of course special at
French, the : very L
t be supported, and even cars limit hitherto attained, and probably > Being of the *
permanently \ .
\ r may any I "all periods, and certainly never fail to do serious t r ate-* ,
s : ried to extent much than has been beyond which can be with certainty assigned / French, and the Fiench Chambers, are
an greater any entertainedby injury to any farm over which they pass.It I The day has closed with a number of .
The learn tar,
and :
t ; hitherto attained. ,-since, by increasing all the members i( atxcs: sevens. of Lou i however, an imposing spectacle, but failure, all engaged: in the dry- ood.liae.|[ rg,
the Cabinet for the personal safely
I! 2. Rotating Machine, composed entirely of the apparatus, due reference being had to- abated. The mo'ints to little more than empty pngenlry.To a-I' We have two days later intelligent

1; ,. of electromagnets, both in its fixed and revolving the relative proportionate weight, size, and is Philippe arc not in the least is strict their mail coaches I must concede Liverpool, but there is nothing of lingo from

t :;' members. form of the fixed and movable parts-to the I royal ordinance against pocket pistols meed of praise. They are certainly the most Till a lato hour this morning, n-all.t1rI",

if' t A machine of this construction has been, length af the insulated wires and the manner ly enforced, and every care ii tsvken to Fiance.prevent beautiful and perfect of the kiiid in the world. was filled with gtoupa discussing the
into
f; this day !March\ 29, 1837, exhibited to me by of winding them-and to the proper size and I' such weapons from being he brought bo said to Their regularity, entire uniformity! the neat- calamities of the times, an well as the gtn to_ I

Mr. Thomas Davenport himself, who came construction of the battery, as well as to the ; As for the King himself : may is ne:!s and dignity o1'the coachman, 4$S'c. con- upon the Mechanics' Bank. The annouaT

f. I from New York to New Haven for that pur- nature and strength of the acid or other exciting lea: prisoner in his palace. No ho stranger tike; an slituto altogether an eclat, at each arrival and mont of yet other failures was also (the jj"
allowed him nor can
the I to approach
t agent, and tho manner connecting of conversation. At 9 o'clock the
pose.
t departure.: 3lechao
\ It is the same machine that has been already battery with the machine, it would appear certain airing without being surrounded by almost a:: Badness is dull in this town. Printing Bank closed, !having kept open two ,
in very _hourslag I
described that the exterior fixed that the must be increased in some I many guards, as if lie were setting: oul person than u-ual
except power cloth has fallen 25 per cent. say to 7s. J Jper to accommodate the aa':
of electro ratio which must ascertain. against the Hey of Constanline. I 1.
; circle is now composed entirely experience
t piece. It has never been lower since our ;: cn runners.
5. As electro has been experimentally I \1arshl:, CLinsel' is reporle-1 I to have clecbr-\
-magnctism \ The nefrom Now
i magnets. and; ed, in his place in the Chamber of ) .. Father Adam: was a Boy. ( England fives m
raise
The entire i is therefore construc- proved to be sufficient to
t apparatus I NAUTILUS. nothing i<) console the melancholy
\ ., ted of soft unmagnetic which being sustain several thousands of pounds, no reason that an offerTFad )been made him, to negoeiatethe ofUletimet
.. iron, properly French ) I h>:re. The Salem Gazette regrets to lw{ _
the ,
I 1 wound with insulated copper wire, is can be discovered why, when the acting abandonment of Algiers by 5''\; NEw } Or.Khy: 4. that the recent great commercial: reTuli'roB

't i \ magnetized in an instant, by the power of avery surfaces are, by skilful mechanism, broughtas I for the sum; of 100 million and of the fran Gazette*, and: the! I II :MONLY M.tRKET.-.Bankruptcy stalks! along NewOrleans, has:. rendered tbo prospects b
millions for hinuclf | tf
: t small battery. near as possible, without contact, the con- I ; ofl'. : with unabated speed. During! the present the cabinet makers'>> business so unprooiajj

The machine is indeed the identical one tinued exertion of the power should not gen- France very sagely ak whether this ;r week, as far as past, ihe amount and character t that ihe discharge of many, workmen has a
used that the exterior circle of erate a continued movement, ol'a degree was not made by the: American r"puJlw v: The oldest
I before except rotary of the failures: are appalling. !: come necessary. The shoo business i ia flj
permanent magnets is removed and in its ef energy inferior indeed to that exertedin "which ha< so long beeif coveting*' a little cor- j!I j. most solvent and secure houses are now going I verhill Bradford and LY'nn ,* ha.,< been

place is arranged a circle of soft iron, divided actual contact, but still! nearly approximating ncr of tenitory in Africa. by the board. We have already mentioned E I setiou-.ly affected. tags(
I It was repotted in ".ari'i on) t.e! 27th .March:', '
into two portions to form the poles. to it. the stoppage of A. Tappan, the Crarys, +I The way which! the Treasury Circular
that the King of PrtB"i:1llil.1: viddcniy! at I Her-
These semicircles are made of hoop iron, 6. As the can be generated cheaply: few IIIwork.
I power and Nevins: & Co. The public want a I ,, is seen in letter, dated 19th ulL
TV't) one inch in width, and one eighth of an inch i and certainly-as it can be continued indefi ; lin. The funds fill in ron-sequpnce.' particulars-and we will give them. .Madison (Indiana) in which thethe Preside 11

t in thickness. They are wound with copper nitely-as it has been very greatly increased The accounts from Spain rcprccrit: that ;'I: It appears that the stoppage: of the Messrs. Branch Bank ot the State of Indiana nt or

wire insulated by cotton-covering about ten by very simple means-as we have no know I- unhappy country to be in a deplorable! : stale. Cruyarose !loot the return of bills of exchange that on the 25ih of March last then,$ '
inches in each semicircle and edge ol its limit and therefore !' : Parties=" of robbers traverse the country, and _
length on re. may !presume by the last packet from England, to : Bank, with an aggregate capital of $1,705. I
turning itself, by a double winding, so on an indefinite augmentation of its energy, it seize upon whatever the war leaves fur plun- t ( .
l upon and the amount of 23,0001. sterling, or 115000. 000 had: an aggregate; of specie of $1,11t j
form of wire both is much be desired that the investigationshould der. Notwithstanding they are thus torn ,r
as to two layers making on to These bills were drawn by the Hermans, of 4GO 18.
i semicircles about one thousand and five hundred be prosecuted with zeal, uidcd by correct rurrasscd: the inhabitants :arc amu ing them :iNew-Orlean-. the house of Liz'irdi, of t

5 inches. scientific knowledge, by mechanical skill, I'el'cs'ith bnil!! bails: ani! appeir to be whilIv London. Tho on house of Liz:1rI1iTould not 1 1I I According to the official expose of the g.. I
1 I absorbed in leth.tr- t<> tiv! situation Iof !t cretary of the Treasury: which was pub1i.W
The iron wound the entire and fundaIt therefore l b': y :
was not over by ample may The accept the bills! and they were accordingly !' vestcrtlay from the Globe, the |,
length, of one of the iron semicircles; but both reasonably hoped, that science and art, the themselves and their detracted niutry. returned under protest.: From this fact it would United States surpw i IIe!
under! Gen.(: Kv-ms: and a Treasury yet .lo be
ends left handmaids of will both receive from British auxiliaries, London divide d .
were projecting and being turned inward discovery, that the confidence of the t the Stales e
j were made to conform to the bend oft this interesting research, a liberal reward. detachment of the Qurc.i's troop*, met with a appear House hid become shaken in the N'k. Orleanshouse j mong The amounts to the sum ni 0J.u...
}Ilernuu the IGih.March. I i 734,429.1 : peiiods at which tht dime
disastrous: cIcf.atlelurc : on
the other each that is turned inward March last.
end of
t part; I as early as the close Bj- takes the
oififial of the place are on Isl of July acid Octoh
and not wound is about one third of the length Science has thus, most unexpectedly, pla- Deputy Lilian's! report a singular coincidence it would also appear to Now if add the
above the
all lir we to .
the sum
diredit of
accuse.i
alfiirs throws the whole
{ of the semicircle. These semicircles being ced in our hands a new power of great but fol-! I be about the same (lime that the Hermans failed i hated j-ince the commencement of
Thisdefeat was tbepieiw
the British
thus fitted up, so as to become, at pleasure, unknown energy.It upon troop-5. I in New-Orleans. From this fict we should
1 uho, i[ $6,087,612, the amount iu the
loucd similar disaster to I E year TmSIJ
a pirtero
galvanic magnets, were placed in the same does not evoke the winds from their ca. I by BilI I judge that, at the last d lies, there was a general will 1.be the
beyond i\ at present moment $24,822 0,
I machine that has been already described, and verns; nor give wings to water by the urgency : |I having: advanced some leagues! opinion in England of extensive failures ,
\the\ The National ; in
of March, Intelligencer
tho that the boa: was met, on the 21st by t remarkinguwj
occupied same place permanent of heat; nor drive to exhaustion the muscular I and bankruptcy in this country. Their most
t
main; of the C.irlUts t commanded: by the this saysNotwithstanding the extreme
steel magnets did before. The conducting powers of animals; nor operate by complicated : body sanguine hopes will'!! have: been amply gratified I, pas
1
i and to t the financial of the
Infante Don SobaMian, compelled retrograde sure upon system eoocirt
wires were so arranged, that the same cur.. mechanism; nor accumulate hydrau i long before this iimc. The failure of I*. & J

i rent that charged the magnetswheel of the motive lic force by damming the vexed torrents; nor ; with .some- loss" -which, "of cotir.. ", ismagnitied Ciary i is melancholy. A few days they : (the pressure upon the merchants planhn
: ago
I IIv the ('aru-t Ictter-w liters. nar. [ &c. reacting, of course, the Treasur,
:
i ; : upon ?)
r the of force
l' charged stationary ones, placed around summon other form gravitating ; : believed staunch the
"J any ; were impregnable as as
field hid also; met with a rhi'i-k, tier t the I ;, it appears that there was received into ihI
ro' it used. It the
i only one buttery being but, by the simplest means- mere con- banks-- than the Rocky Mountains. '
: ; I should be observed, that the stationary galvanic tact of metallic surfaces of small extent, with :, frontier of luipuz'-oa! ; ; and to complete the They have stronger been largely engaged in foreign t f Treasury, in the month of March last, fa
t r tale of disinter, Irnbirren: ln-1 also b<*en forced : > handsome amount of $3,225,36being <
t: ,t '\1; magnets: thus substituted for the permanent feeble chemical agents, a power every where exchange: -the cotton tr"de-New Brighton the
of
the rate millions
L r tl\ !.1 steel ones, were only about half the diffused through nature, but generally con- :, to retreat en Panipei'iria.Thus property, and various other speculations. t! nearly forty of dollar*:

r r t lV \yeinhtoflho!! steel magnets. The modification cealed from our senses, is mysteriously evolved comlmrd: : movcmoi.t seems: to have )been romUletl I The failures of Nevins & Co. is generally annum.
I of the t uirnc | 'lV rrn.tr, "|J,1. at Ovary point. ThlCl! Ol Thu, Usury Bill from the Assembly: i i
U 1 i ;: galvanic magnet, is not of rnurse and bv circulation in insulafp'1 it ascribed to the extraordinary fall in Dry-Dock
*' S tr.ftl. III'd fnrm f.. =/ ., .'-'- .ciS used SJ is sflll more mysteriously augmented, a thou the Uriii-.li oliccr-; Colonel De Inney and I mended by the judiciary committee& of ifej
,. t(; merely to try the principle, and this construction sand and a thousand fold, until it breaks forth '' Captains fielding anJ11.tu(1.: had died of I Bank :Mock:: -a fall! u:.80( per cent in a few 1 nate, was passed in committee of thea'boleoft |

J ,r I tj may be superseded by a different! and with incredible energy; there is no appreciable I theii wounds, received in tile engagement of wcrks being nt 160 a short time sia.c-no'Y the latter body on Wednesday The e&s

f .t; more efficient one. But with this arrange- interval between its first evolution and its: tho 1 Gth. General !K:vans, was: miking great ISO, hereabouts.( I t\I of the bill, as amended, is tn restore &* kr

r l. ment, and notwithstanding the imperfection full maturity, and the infant starts up a giant. ''efforts for another da-h at the Carlist.ho f The other failures to the number of of eighl t prohibiting; usury as it stood prior !to.i&eido.

; I : '. 'f of the mechanism of the machine-when the Nothing since the discovery of gravitation : on their p.iit t were (;-rita: i-inctive! having; sustiined I or a dozen, are in various lines business: ; tion of the revised statutes. It will also h

:, /' battery, requiring about one quart of diluted arid and of the structure of the celestial system, vriy heavy loses in the several en- I druggists! i t ", cotton dealers, southern jobbers, ;, perceived by the proceedings of the Asseotfr I

to immerse it, was attached, it lifted 16 I is so wonderful as: the power evolved by galvanism ga!,eiiiCTIh. !!| and vaiious olher dC.icriitionPomcroyaal ; that tile general bill td authorize banking 'r.. I
\
., ." t.t: Ibs. very rapidly, and when the weight was ; whether we contemplate it in the i muscular I LONDON.March til 7).=Tlio Prince! de I :Survilh i I I Bull, famous: wine merchants, were carried : social ions, was read a third time and pad;

t ) removed, it performed more than 600 revalue convulsions of animals, the chemical decompositions rs (Joseph )llon.ipnto; ) entertained! the i ii :I i away in the crash that took Arthur Tappan j on Wednesday, by a vole of 55 V> 31 Jtri
bent the land I of the insolvent. It be
,; tions per minute. the solar brightness of the gal-: i, Prince: Cammo, and :several; foreigners; ; of distinction : : may the provisions of this: bill, any person**-
:! recollected: that & Bull made themselves
i t, ; r So sensible was the machine to the magnetic anic light, the dissipating!: consuming heat, at dinner. !: Pomeroy I! ciatlon of persons may establish baaWfa-

power, that the immersion of the battery and, more than all, in the magnetic energy, Lt. Cu!. Francis (',,rkurn!, appointed ;. famous: a few years: ago for advertiingthe count depoitc: & circulation, upon tk\wa\

one inch into the acidulated water, was sufficient which leaves far behind all previous artificial Lt. (:Jov. of the, Ilalnmi Ish uad;, and J. Alandcr i pure juice of the crape for sacramental i 1 irid coiiihiions specified. These rpqauedii

to give it rapid motion, which attained accumulations of this power, and reveals, as +;\ Mackenzie, ll-ij. Governor of C 1'0'I use'fhis {great flood of failures! has beeni 1'I ly, the designation of the place of bosuas: ,

[( its maximum, when the battery was entirely there is full reason to believe, the grand se !Ion. I I i i i caused, or precipitated: by the last packet amount of capital', names and residence

1 immersed. It appeared to me that the machine cret of terrestrial magnetism it -elf. B. S. C.rrc-p:,n-l-sc ; (.f she J'ilTl'lluf Cu.nuervj 'I I I which brought back large quantities:! of protested : stockholders! the restriction of the capital

had more energy with tho electromagnets New Haven, March 31, 1837. j', MANCHIIEII, ( Kng.; ) March-'H, 1S7.: bills: of c :hane'-; =,Herald.;l a sun: not lees I than $100,000, semi-aaaal

F than with those that were permanent, for CLAIM OF THOMAS DAvr rrortT. i! From the tone of lln public print.;, I |>el i! NEW-YORK, May 5. i reports to !the bank commissioners, circulate!

,. with the smallest battery, whose diameter was In the words of the patent taken out, this nervon,1.-t ih-ir Jit-r.ly antioij.-iti; : abuut! .! Ciri NEWS,-This i.s the glIHHnc.t day we I and discounts to he extent of the exuffw;

I : three inches and a half-its height five inches invention 'consist in applying magnetic arid the present di-tress for mo'ioy on this side, :, have ever witnessed in the city-the numberof banking incorporations &c. &c. The stack

K i' and a half, and the number of concentric cy electro-magnetic power as u moving principle and thu: means taken to compel Irnmedi tiC I p I failures yesterday, being greater than: any holders or partners ate made jointly andtvj

tinders three of copper and three of zinc, the for machinery, in the manner described, or in payment of:all! debt from: the tit'ores: (1)1pro- : day ) ct. Some of our !best and staunchest t j verally liable to any person having It.deeda

t "i" insttumcnt manifested as great power as it any other substantially, the same in principle." duce a backward motion in the great I Hcpu! houses went down.=The amount of indebtedness I 1 against any such association, and actions sir I
had done with the largest batteries, and even : I lic. ; be miintamed all of the
: "Mr. Davenport first saw a galvanic magnet of those that stopped yesterday afternoon against or any pII-

P } with a !large calorimotor, when it was used in December, 1833, and from the wonderful : Many au.I important: obstacles t have, at last i is: about eight millions.:: Confidence Ins ap- ,, ners for its debts or liabilities: A simibrk1

with a permanent instead of a galvanic mag effects, produced by suspending a magnet 1, been overcome; and for the present, the 0"real j t, parently vanished. The banks do all they has been for some time under discus&tfl

net. With the email battery and with none but of 150 Ibs. from small !Houses will on -rnlltthly.h : tho Sea:ite.
a galvanic battery, I IK(; jo can-they generally renew all paper: that is (
1 electro or galvanic magnets, it revolved with immediately inferred without any knowledge ', is well understood:; now', that the sum of required to he renewed, and without additional ,'; Our New-Orleans correspondent, *ttrar '

so much energy as to produce a break breeze ef the theory or the experiments of others; j 2,000,0001. will ho drawn for from the States names. Stocks have ajair! fallen; to dayand : rated by the article in the Mexican Sure'ment
nnd powerfully to shake a large table on which that he on London, by authority of t the 15 ink of }; ;
could propel machinery by galvanic lIg- ; stand below any point that they have | journal, proposes war with Mexico&

the apparatus stood. magnetism; He purchased the magnet and 1.11111. rc-payablc! in sp.-cic. Without some touched jet. ;!! much warmth,-We have too many otto i .'

r Although the magnetization of both the stationary produced his first motion in : I such measure, the most disastrous i took 'I fairs hand
rotary July, 1834. conscquences } .. A most melancholy occurrence place on at present to think of soil
< and i evolving magnets was impartedb In July, 1835, he submitted his: machine to ': are apprehended In those!, parties on liiis I to-day which had given a shock to the publicJohn : thing as that.

one and the same battery, the magnetic professor Henry, of Princeton, New Jersey, I side who manufacture articles particularly: :ad-! i Fleming, E -CJr. was (found dead in his t I CITY N EWS.-Wall-street looks 6 biigto

power was not immediately destroyed by brea- also without any knowledge of professor Hen : apt ed: to the demand from the Slates, and !bed this morning. Ho expired in: a fit of ap- this afternoon. The the Meclanirf
run on
the
connexion between the
king battery and ry's experiments in producing a vibratory mo which may !not readily find any other market. ; oplexy. Mr. Fleming has been connectedwith Bank has
the for when this entirely cease When the beak
stationary magnet; was done tion. From this gentleman he received a : But the present low prices of American r proi the :Mechanics'\ Bank as either Cashier first
this
the machine still its : opened morning, there wereruready
revolutio
;
performed certificate, testifying to the orignality and i importance I i ducc, and the value of money, will induce, no or President for nearly thirty years. Beinga : ; : to demand the demand rich
___* with great, although diminished energy; in of the invention." doubt, great caution in iheir importations, oth.erwisc kind and obliging man, he miri!!led freely I specie ;,
"' ., practice ibis might bo important, as it would i met. and in a couple of hours the calls cea.
I !
1
;
Mr. large shipments of specie mast be
Davenport is II with the and esteemed
black- was
_ by occupation, a public universally the of fe
give time to make changes in jAll other banks receive die notes
.the apparatuswithout smith, with only a common education, but j I made to pay the balance J against us. Noth- j and beloved.' It i h understood, that throughhis ; f Mechanics' them '
the and for
stopping movement of the specie
ma- with j but will ensure its continued t pay
ing
economy to assist he
uncommon
chine. intelligence-his ago about I disposition a suffering public I With the of the United StItd'
'I exception
tbirty.five.Ir.. Ransom Cooke or" Saratoga prosperity, and those who are patriots and I lej had made ne or two loans that of j
a' :- I may prove I
It has been stated by Dr. Ritchie in a late Bank, all stocks stood pretty t firm to-if
,- Springs, is associated with Mr. Davenport, j ally desirous of securing to our country its i j some loss to the Bank if closed now, but *
number of the London and Edinb. Phil. Magazine ;, Thi,< is encouraging; us it is the first dif B
and has rendered enviable name for integrity in fulfilling all itsI
essential service which will !
the i inprovemMld ultimately Feelinj
by good. *
prove !

Baokdft
that do have lilllin U. S.
electromagnets not they
attract at stopped
r n he has made in the machine, and engagements, individual as well as national; !! keenly his situation, his with the Cashier resigned ;;
so great n distance as permanent ones, and by his assistance in bringing the subject before I willl not be tardy in evincing their unqualified: their situation o 102.-Express. "*
therefore are not well adapted for producing I! I
the public in the most effectual example. :Mr.
jnotion. On this Mr. way.- Fleming repaired to his affectiojnte: family M,VSSACRE OF SEVENTT MJSSIO.XIUU--
: point Devenport made :
the Arrangements have been made to take out the Doubtless too much has been expended in !! as may be supposed: much oppressed in I The New Bedford Mercury of Saturdjr *
t following experiment, of which I was not!
I New Lands and internal
witness patent in Eurepe. improvements within I mind. He repaired early to rest, where a fit tains statement of the most horrid mt31
4 a but to which I give full credit, as itt -I a : :
the last three and
P. S. The a to
,
years pause recover of
I' proprietors are constructing a apoplexy a his missionaries \hlhi..Uo
put period to exigence. of native : at
was reported to me by Mr. Slade, in a letter t seventy
machine of seven inches in diameter, and 0ul !from the consequent exhaustion, is highly necessary. Not stain of 16
d dated New York, March 24, 1837. a reproach is attached to his reputation and in the South Sea, in August, 1831 -
so one of two feet in diameter. Galvanic and character. Ho has lived M. Barnard, sec8nIG ft*
Mr.\ a spot- William formerly ,
Davenport suspended a piece of soft
i ; magnets will be used as the moving and stationary Besides, every day establishes the fact, thatwe less life, and died Selma of jrt >
universally New Bedford ,
i iron with a l long piece of twine, and brought have arrived re"retted. of the Ship !
at in the
of perfection various
each. uq6
: magnets In this state of it l there in the Parachute few diyeIi
I one pole of a highly charged steel magnet springs of human: industry, things is i not remarkable rived a

within the atuacting distance, that is, the distance January. 1837. ," the Great Western Hail-way"par example I that Stockholders and dealers should be aliveto furnished the statement to the Mefm1.

t'' ', at which the iron was. attracted to the t This question I am not able to answer, as 1 have laying their rail l feet Companyare I the welfare/ of the bank, and in this crisis. :appears from his journal that the Enbglirh a asionmes

4; I .. magnet; by measurement, it vas found that periment not seen any but. accnnnt of the result a *-aratus .nr.... of ti...,c ........- allows of:a great diameter seven of f the asunder.wheels, This and the Directors have with great judgment selec- : at Keppel Island, (one dw
only of the *
,, 4 the steel magnet attracted the iron one inch consequently the of the ted Jacob Lorillard: as their President, and Friendly group) conceived the ben***
movement -
and one fourth. A galvanic magnet was next bo machinery John Leonard, Cashier. Mr. Lorrillard is a plan attempting to introduce ChristiawSJ: *
NEW-YORK
slow
2. may comparatively while each
.,rw t used of the same lifting power, and consequently May olution rev- man who had retired on his great wealth, and Willis Island by sending native teachers *
i By the moves the train
rl F I of much less weight; the attracting packet ship Hibernia, Capt. Wilson, a greater distance. Mr. Leonard is now President of the Fire missionaries, thinking they would meet *'

r, distance of this magnet was found to be one first.we have London & Liverpool papers to April There will therefore he less violent action, man's Insurance Company, both of them gentlemen less opposition than foreigners. Thef"' .

= I : ( t ;ncb and three fourths shewing a material less friction, more durability and security to of spotless character and undoubted cured them a passage to the island-boi, b '

i t i gain i in favour of the galvanic magnet. Mr. None of the packets which left N. Y. on this mode of travelling. responsibility. Any unfavourable inferencesthat rid to relate, soon otter they landed the t*&*

::*( Slado inquires, 'has Mr. Ritchie's magnet Iho first of March had arrived in-Englaud, nor The policy of England in the regulation of may have been drawn from the resignation number were murdered in the most baib r't|f

r I.I bea so constructed as to give a favourabletrial in any way had they received later news fromus their corporations differs somewhat from ours. of Mr. Fleming, will be instantly repaired.- ous and inhuman manner. Mr. Barnard: **
than
to this principle Mr. Davenport in. they possessed when our previous advices The stockholders constitute- in truth a common : The Mechanics' Bank is i one of the oldest in at tiro island at tho limo the massacre .
the
J forms me that each increase in the number of On to the all 24th came away. partnership, each one is liable in his individual tho city, and has in all times and seasons givenits place, and left in tho sloop of war Yiitceo :.

i wires has been attended with an increase ofp absorbing question of the money property! for the debts of the cone P a aid to Mechanics.As when she touched at that place-->H leA ,

I wer. market and the great houses connected with ny. This applies to Insurance, Banking, might naturally be expected* there has latter vessel at Cape Town.ne .




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totelhgeace'Of the death of Mr. Tlieodore Nieokt oh to* eve of the delegate's election, an article are not recollected, which had been illegally I -. "- 1 __

1 IA.N. ene of our most respectable merchants. He com. is published, signed R. K.Call in which
5 captured by the Mexican fleet, cruising off(t NEW SPRING GOODS.
milled suicide by No win his brain .ut with a I find name at that time used
, ; I my ( ) improperly the coast of the Republic of Texas. To JUST RECEIVED from New York and Balti
: UUl smmi pistol This rash step is attributed to the embarrassments i for political effect. The object of this publication this demand a '3r-. and handooie asrertment of .

S tr which he, amongothers of our' merchants was to inform the people of Leon County no answer was returned. The FANCY <& STAPLE DRY GOODS, ia4mae
Climax was in with the Natchez .!! CUlhi*!;, Halt, JlarJvare, Croetrie, Sft. ,viz.
MAY 20th. have under in (for it had time circulate further company ,
1 S.-TURDAY, and are now labouring con- not to ) that Black Grode Nap Swiss and
1J and had been the !l Lntesinog Silks. .
brought to Mexican
J sequence of the unprecedented pressure of the General Read was my brother-in-law-that by f LypnaheSuper Printed, French 4- Jaconet. Mus- .
( : Ret1trDs. time." be wrote .c Vox Populi," and consequently fleet. A firing was commenced from, the I lins. I
rt'tum are official as far as hetrd should Fort and the Mexican Bravo I Crude Hap. 3vuii.L, Ci.rams. .. Pht.f .."t .1,1'1'1 finak.-
be
The lollopfromtwo counties, Alachua and not elected to Congress. 1 shall brig upon .

j !ft nT ba_ B0t been returned, and there are NEWS FKOJC THE Amnr.We have been politely neither waste my time or burthen your readers / the Natches and the Climax, and.an 18' Ib :I Super French, Figured, Fancy and other PriuX: -

i1 ::,; lJcts in several of the other counties favoured with an extract oi a letter fr.m A. by a cUse examination and exposure of the ball struck the Climax, came through the I I LiMe Lace, Li>U iniertin?, CapaaQ.! Colar! t

$: Iorne Ifl. Steele, Esqr. of Tampa Bay, to Judge Crane,U. laboured effort of the governor, by referringto : port forward the forerigging, went through j: Fancy Ladies Brunswick Figured Satin Scanand and Plaid Paris Gauze L'oilars.Hdkfc. &

, MIDDLE' DOWNING.DISTRICT.R1D.Vyxr.. S. Agent at Su Marks, under, date of May 10th, dates, &c. &c. to exonerate himself from i! the deck into the larbard bow, started a i ii Ladies and Gentlemen's Super II. skin Gloves. r',.

\ C4vTfS. 81 'MS 280 which furnishes the gratifying intelligence that a charge contained in a communication signed 'i plank, and caused the schooner to make Curls, Bead Bags, Cambric Hdkfc. I '

I. tJoI 67 22S 33 POWELL and tIM hundred Warrior* have came in Yox Populi," and to fix the authorship on i i three and a half feet of water in hour. II III White and Black Silk Hose. :
Jaetsos an Nar'olean, White Satin Srth Faced
J and
31 20I 143 I Brown
at Fort Mellon with and General Read. It to that the I(
women r.hildren amounting seems me publication The Drilling. -
Gatso'1ul 15 03 2rt '[ Natchez being informed of the !situ- ,:' p
BiJllil1011, in all to nearly thousand. If of the order itself would have settled \J Shirt Collars Bosom
18' 40 3D I one this information i i ation of the Climax sent the andseveral ,. and Satin Stocks. -
r is the fact, for neither Vox carpenter Indian Rubber and Co ton Su.
sdJsOII'l t f correct, of which we have: no doubtPowel's, Populi" ror anyone pende. .t ,
of her the assistance of that Coi'on balls
crew to Spool Thread aol Cotton Ifdkfs.
else
WESTERN DISTRICT. imbecility and loss of influence his tribe has has said more than i is therein contained. i
213 4 92fjrl1b.a been among ; vessel. Having repaired the Climax, she I j CottonadeCharnbraj-s, Sheeting and SLirting s, 4-c :
very erroneously stated; & it will also account | READV-MAUE CLOTHING. ;
2W 135 P7Fiaothui The order took her in as far as off Matagorda. I -
leave of absence cannot convoy
for the ill success of the other chiefs in says of
0 01r2 prevailingupon Consisting every variey: of Fancy and Plain _
I ..J1DII.! .u 05 21 their people to come in. There can now be be gnnled you"-" Vox Populi" meiely in- ; In the meanwhile, the Mexican brig (formerly ': Pantaloons, Round Jackets, Summer Coats, ff Vests. __ _

, ,.JiatOfli. 21 ISO IO" I very little difficulty in bringing the Seminole cam insinuates, that he is fearful that another reason the Privilegio) hove in sight, and I SILK & FUR HATS. I
i
J"k TOldE.oSTERN paigu to a successful termination operated besides the one assigned, to wit, : was taken possession of by the Natchez : aprize j J I White and Black, broad and narrow bnmS-Fashionable '

I. DISTRICT. consummation to give the Eastern Pet time to GO AHEID. crew were put on board, and she 'was Palm Leaf Haw, l.aed and "h3->cd.GROCERIES. .
I & most
7: 01 devoutly wished fur.
Colon-- 210 O. itiat If General RVad wrote the first number of' ordered to Pensacola. I .

39 00 003obn The news from West Florida is, however, of avery Y(IX Populi" who wrote the second ? he was I> These the !, Consisting of every variety, tut na-neroin u rncn- I

,. t .", 113 00 00 I different cha racier. A body ef Creek Indians then certainly in the west, and could not have ;j are imperfect particulars wehave '!I lIOn. All of "bid, aeofTer to tIll! city or country P _
, .jarot 10 00 ( estimated to number about four hundred driven [ received. The taking of the vessel trade at wholesale or r:;ail. m xfrvea nibteiermv' '
.. I anticipated the governor's reply through thc | G. H. 4-T. IINDEMJERGF.lt.
I I [
6 1 0'2 00 !! General Wellburn's be relied on but we tin cir- j
by may ;
from the limits ofAlabamahave regret
Army :
r ,
)!$qto1 It 00 00 editor. I think it myself superior to the Gist. I Ta'bhav-ce, April. 15th. IN':;?. 3i-tf

, ,asau.\t. uEit (\I) 00 ('0bowvgb. : taken refuge in the Chuct who IctiecI I It is not my object by this communication to cutnstances that lead to this art aie not !'| 7J"01-- -ICE.----1))-u nag--my-.-.irti-- :, ;:trom- the 1 ernto- _

to 00 (K) I Swamps, in Walton County. The inhabitants defend General Read, he i is abundantly able to ;,' more minutely. detailed. Doubtless, the I, Lry PACt. II II r.LEV wiLt! ac' as my n;er.t. Aty i

, j have fled from their plantations, and left their defend himself: but it is my duty lo do him aggravation was very great, and that the 'transaction of him my came will: (reifn'v'! aci nnuli I
141 2 1135 1013 i ed'ied by me as lawful. AN:ON HANCDCK.
1
Total I I homes and crops to be destroyed! by the savages. justice, and for this purpose :lOd"also for the ;\I honor of the American flag compelled the I I Tallahassee, ApriJO.h! b;:. 3-t( -

1I ELECTRO lIjGfET'sOur readers: are refer Governor Call, being ad vised of this state of things benefit {f those WHO FRETEND that they can commander of the Natchez to take the step :; --
CA( TIOlLL :.
I nj in the first page of Ihs; paper fur a very inter \ has made every effort to provide a sufficient force trace his pen in every line-I will stale that he 1 he did. persons are hereby cantoned against trad- '

tsanjarticle upon the subject of this newly' dis I to subdue them. A company of men under cam did nol write, furnish facts to, nor ajthorize I' _.t lor a n-.ie of hand, given 'iith subscriber ,

I tcvrfJ power, from the pen of professor SILLI-i mand of Captain Foster, of Dale, Alabama, surprised -I"' Vox Populi" to furnish the articles in qucs- :i By the Express Mail last evening we learn that : i foSamu'U. Ili'der: d Ltell! Juiv, 1 I''sG, far ono hundred t.
tion. connection with these 111 the Banks in the City of New York, wIth the and fifty (dollars !ay wJieditor of the American Journal of Science. the main body a few days since, fired upon Uy pieces can i have paid: ib* same ind ho'd a receipt against siid I
them be seen by reference lo note to the editor i exception of two, have suspended specie pa vrr.ent. ;, '
t I juBiisfirioriiy! $ ascertained that the power gen killing sixteen of their number and taking my ;' nof. S. J. \' ROACH-
For many reasons I exceedingly regret the -- -. -- - -- !I May, l37. :SO-3ts. '
hut from
fjird k! Electro Magnetism is capable of being'jpicJ two prisoners, the superior force of the ---I IiUjl ;

t l 111111 the ordinary purpose* for which steariircrpnwer Indians was obliged to retire. The greatest difficulty necessity of making a reply to the.crnor, : I1'Ym ;a Ia r !TI' : : \dnaiui.tr:1Ior' ;alli- ,,, 4I

> The has arisen in of of i and should not have done so (notwithstanding I; "__ _____ : TILL be Sold at Publi- Sale, en Saturday the k
used. intrtidiicoftIiis a scarcity
are
now consequence
t n his strong i insinuations against me) were It not i PORT OF ST. MARK. I Ii I1 w 27th day of Mar, in tbj City lie Tallahassee.

,r I new agent will effect the most import : provisnn, although every exertion has been made imperiously required justification of Gcncr- i .. __ ___ .._ .__ .-1 1I Lot No. 77 in the orlsmal: : rIm of s-eid towii, biooeinto -;-
$ I atcbangts: both by sea and landin; agriculture, J JxjBsportition 1: to obtain it. The governor has, we understand, .I j -- -- | the estate of Sharrod \fcC-iil. Terms J (
( al Read. 1 am not the tool of General Read, CLEAICED. 1 made known on the d3'm.. M'CALL, .
and travelling as well as being DP:2ble j I ordered 20,000 rations from Pensacola, which )* or any other man. I cannot account for the i| 0 ::!ay- Brig Waive, Tibbttts, fr N Y, with 218 April 2cnh. 1 1I:>'.-:;.:--s.: Administrator -
,- to all kinds uf machinery. Its safety and I should have reached the army ere this time. The j 1 I bales of rozon.t0Bri : .
, in which the Indians have taken governor's strange insinuations ; probably the j' ? Charles: Carrull, Hoar, fri Y, w.h 270 j Administrator'otirc.. i
- dtapness will render it an acquisition: of immense country lefuge is I It I' j
old
that will catch I
proverb a drowning man bal-s cotton. JL T tr! e July! Te-m, we -ha'l applv to the Ho.i 1
ME.It t said to be far better suited for their security and de at straws" may afford a solution. Had I have I IS-Left rensicola, U S Srcaiacr Amncaii, .SLihe JuJe. of ..he o"u:it> <: ur .I} Uad-.leD, for a :i

. 1. fence than any they have lately! occupied i in Alab'a. been applied I to privately and in a man- L*. S Julmsou, commanding. i final d-scliargc' fr">m the adtu'm:>;J..a\h1 cf th estate 'At
i
:j 1 .BeThmy's communication, we are chargt'ntli It is believed, however, that such measures will be ncr.all the information in proper w.m'd ARRIVED. j i of Joseph Fields! d (*-l-ed' 1"_
my pnssesion J. NIXON, .
delayingour paper from"Saturday to Mon 1 !( 12!-Schr Charles, Brown, in ballast! from Chlrle-I I j ) I
e ( adopted as soon effectually to compel them to sur have been most cheerfully furnished. But V.'M. NORU UOD, j jvam ?- i t
I- aj' U to conceal Peter Parlt'y.re are well I render and follow their brethren J ton via KfV West I -J9.h Ifl37. ::; ;
to the far west. now sir, the governor having taken his course I PassegrsW H .Vathers and familcof Mon- April -tf i: Jl
few -- -- ---- -- -
a Jut that a our VEET FAKTICCLAR FKIESDS, I f -passed the Rubicon, and dragged mis before ticella :j -Spnl- -%{' & SC'IJII: I: ( OODS.- ----- ii '

' brc been industriously; circulating such a report, BANK FaILrREs.-The Agricultural Bank and (the public as the tool and accomplice of Gen. 13-U S Seaml"rf:1riol1, Rv dyt, fmSuwamee. :i iU Subscriber La- j'j-t -eived from Nee

TJ cwn t il' it affords them arty satisfaction, we have: \ the Planters' Bank, Natchez. stopped payment !J Read, I neither ask nor make explanation. S.Transport Schr Motto, llnnbtrong, fm J'en | THE a full sorrnetit oi' IJumi-azmea, AJantnaThibet .s

tootycdions that they should thus continue to i IIn the 4th and 5th instant. It is that caca.I ; and .Merino Cloth, Bak! ,: Gre,n ant Dahlia -
> reported And this made General '
JIt j why attack
was McManns !
on j j-Cris L lau, fcn X Y, for IS O in Cashmenetts, and fcummer Ciotiu ot v.iriety of co ,
'
p'jfr: such "groveling"ilispn.itioin.. We havento : the Bank at Mobile have simultaneously res >Ivcd Read through me, at the very spurr of the balhtt- | lours, for Dress and F'rocl k Coat-. ZLbra Plaid and'

7 say that if the charge is SERIOUSLY made,1 I to suspend specie payment. There was to have i election, when a knowledge of it could not '(1. 17-lnj.atch, stoop! [ Dispatch, Harrison, \' ub U''II \Vhte Cambric Drills London ribbed, >atin faced, I -

I. vtpraoounde it CX CLIF-IEDLT FALSE. It wiU be: been a general meeting of the citizens on this, possibly have reached me, much less time nfj I j S .:aiI I'm Tamp Striped and[ Plain t'h-cic< an.l Ca-itccn*, White f ml
>ID 1 I I Lawn Linen, >a'in foced welting &.r.. for Pants, a
'i rajitcttJ that the communication signed Peter:'' subject, and it was hoped the Banks would again : forded for ils public refutation, before the important treat variety of Vest cg, L.ncn Snirfs Collars and

. !m," was published the same week we came i j! resumed.. It is sla'cd that a meeting composed occasion for which it was intended '!I FOR E1"OUK.. I BOM
,. p sessjon of this estal s1.ment.e tunJ I ;, principally of tluse embarrassed bj'ex'cssi\'ctJver j i would have passed away and its iniq-iitous \ J. The Weitcrvelt regular' Packet, mayer Brig, harinj LUC1NPA tlrs, '. an extensive assortment of ,. '
'
:oct in the utmost confusion and set about: trading: recommended the course adopted by tile work be done ? I.l li ).1 rae furnished accommodation for pa.I! Heady Made ( lo1tmimig. p.huor.
)
I
I tIn:illO order. We had coempiatedenlarg, \l1\s. iDa i i Your paper sir, was delayed from Saturday ; _seers. will pos.lively sail cn Fri.iavirisrant -2'!; ; \ hichare upward c-t f two )hnniirrd B mba- t
be tact Mtrm < CamMe": Whii aui
"
lint ,
,
I until Monday Peter j l-.r: fr iht or paisayc, npply to Capt. \\ "<. rape -
,
conceal I
and perhaps t to
to better for :
in lC re paper, give opportunity Brown Linen Dj'es> and Fri>ck Cojt-. Roundabouts,
it ta.had determined n.t to issue a uumVr the, i) The Afk.lnsslia7.t1e; says :_'* This State is Parley" alias! '. Sir Oracle" which I will ven. :j!i ciet:Cj":! a'Passengers St. Marks le.n.ngTalllhLsccbv, or ;to Robert Lyon Tatahaee.Kail-Koail: {| Pan's and \estsot cv ry de-cnpii n, made in the ,

il1 .Ct'\. Failing, however, in our cnntempla. j the only district political community' known to us !I lure to assert has not its equal in mean. low, j, on Friday6th, will be In time. -11-Its.! 1' most fnslu! nable IJ lJfJer. which he Ii disposed! to .. :
'tt: aabe! for ca-h credit.
e'lery reas ) cr approved
i
arr flgements, on WEDSESDIT xve tvtivdudedanilish I'': at this time which is not convulsed and threatened and grovelling principles or i'u imhq.ililv "no1 ;. -- nf"EK": --- ; j. J. nitliE.Cr.unrv :.

i with and ruin What i is the I school.boy performance. A. I5KLI.A31V. !! me'c'. nts arid otriT* wihu.ir to pur- .
a. a paper, in which we were unavuid.ihlyyed i bankruptcy reason l, __ ___ i 1II* >M ii.c vjosrnber about the 1;):April l-i >'. a : .
I F rhj-" will fui'l i: t their ir.f-rv I to cail at the aboveestablishment. t.
till Monday, in consequence of die want l of this ? Wt hate no batiks in our limits\ !" : -mali Lay marc, three years oUl, formerly owt eiby Tal: ahseItrii .t!>, b'j.-:!; 3ctf.
- Iatec from the city Mexico to tilt 10th i iIf I j'
t
.
I Mr<.Hare, in the neighbourhood Q'jincy ar.y IWlortl1ot | .h ---- -
or tfjjScienl assistance to do ST earlier. Peter ; New '. her will be thank u:1\-: I I
The InteUigencrr (Washington,) of last Tuesday -[ ( f April, have been recei\ed, via Or- 'Jn concerning rt- AOTICE. i t
at 5rrr" was not received till Thursday, and hod'F1oridian" : : ceived. or ll.n dollars wit be given fur her de',1'! i
iy
Slys-"III the case of KICHICD H. WHITE i' I loans'. the stab.c. in .1 :lllJ.h3. "ec. .II--its "g S nerdy given, that thirty d.iya aCer date, appliI : '
at
,r appeared as usual, on Saturday, city I II ILiation will( bs made mike [Honorable Ju>ie of the -
counted in .
Tlio for President ALFRED EVANS
indicted in our Circuit Court upon; a charge i votes were I
Ssbficatien would have been Jrlaycd"! a WEEK [J i county court of Lenu f--r aataon'.y to sell the real 'fIr
t'-
burning the Treasuiy building in March, 1S33- Congress on that day. BiMamiMitc is J e.tJI.hercifJ flcr.ll"cnbcd btu:
the
lit tr If, liowe\cr, Peter Parley" has not its ,; j I, SUMMER IlETUEAT. :;n;}to } estate .
and now tried en that indictment fur the third I elected almost without opposition. A ma- :': subscriber is now repairing his premie-,, ot \Vm. B. Nuttall, deceased, section\5,35, and 3';, V;
.r, a! in imbecility and school-boy perflrnia iice"Pcnnot THE of township 1 ran e North and D N E i N '
imagine any food reason why its aprnce -j!: time, the Jury after beihg shut up for three days jority in Congress is said to he opposed to :! 1 hv'helOthoI' will: be r.cxtrnunLh.rcaJy for tLc reception: \"i..l'I'CS i, E i section ..-.. T 1.; !. :5, N and E.-N W-i N W i .. j't. .". 1

and! nights, came into court yesterday morning, j section 33, T I, It :3 t. N and U-W i of N E i, \V a
lime ihould have. elicited muchrtab1e ruaje fur Sea Bathing: and ,
at so ;
re every
: any j T' again without a verdict, declaring that they should I him.He ha announced his intention to alter nertiun PreraratMUs will be u'eJ, fur the comfort r-t those who i L N W i, s if i. E: {L s wr;, / s E :, c i i s 11. I ; .
contrevcrsy? i iiter E i N W i, E i N E :, section 7, W J N J U' i, and S h :
'Jo.I I never he able to agree upon one The Jurors the whole >.\>tem of foreign policy; to make rniv. feel ci .poie.l! to patronize iht cstabli S CROSBY hrnen' '*' i 1 section ft, f J. l R .I, i a.rct t E. Lots No. 1 and 7cf c ;

, from Appalachi&ila) informs us that S. ':, were of course, discharged by: the! Court." I immediate settlement of all foreign claims 1t. 'irks LIh-nU1' May CO( 1837. .11-0:.; section1, T 9>I. il i>, .S 4E.:. ,-t4u
MARY W
I II -UTT"?LL
,
\\ the vigilant and energetic Deputy thc -
visqr. and grir\"ances-tn Mop expedition I IHR ieffersoi Cr .> 33-ids- Adm'r W BNuttJtltdcc'dTile
of Florida
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I STATEMENT llnioii: Bank Money.I fl
1 r. .1 J Jt
.
tankof? the U. S. (for this District, has in ClIS"rllttjat !' aaainst TEXAS, recall the and the j I -- .
Ior THE CONDITION OF TUE f.VlOV BtSK Of FLORIDA, O.V :| troops I ] subscriber receive Union Batik of FV- j NEW (OODS.

. place, eight African negroes recently'l I I i iI WtDVESDiT,'MAT 10, 137.I fleet,-and make a general reform of the nJ!.i Mon"v, for all sums due him at a prmiucio ., subscribers return tLcir ihcLks to their J .

of :IOnrd I into ike territory in the neighbourhood, | !I'I UK. j law Such are said to he his promi-e?.- ten p'r crnt. JOHN B. TAYLOUTaliaha and the pulhc in ;ene.al: for tie.Ller- :
to | *St Joseph's, from Cuba:, in violation III" IIcfoI"fL"2de : To S'ockoes discounted, 613,365 .19 1! : Ve1 *", Maytth,1S7.) 4tMTICE. -:S.> ,j al encouragement they have ree-ired. an.l solicit! a 11
IS'rxes discounted, secured l> t lJ3n57 00 J SANTA ANNA "n at hi* plantation, near -- --
ill i I" y mortgage I I' .uctinuacce of their patron-ce. TIt! }!are daily re- : i
acts. The negroes, we learn, were J'' Notes dtVd. payable Tallahassee, 407,511 C3 1 ra Cruz, subject to the suspicion) of 1m ing .: aft the lIon. the ":\ :,"lrom New York and Ilahii.ujreao a" ortmn* J .. -.
aa j IX weeVs r i ate 1 will apply to 3.
' rk'd by Monsieur Paul de Malherbe, (well I Biib( Exchainjc dlCountcd.133,69 GJJ j attempted to incite insurrection ; and it is''. JoJud Si e ot t! the county court for ihe county of Leoa i i. of superior G'JODS. suitai-ic! to ihe >eajoc..s. Purchasers 11' -0.
0 I *ain Uii-j ) in Cuba last winter and 1 : t are rClllIe-.r..t i to call before they: buy ant examiiie&i j ;
: county his late Scc- ft lentS of administration: on the estates ol rom
I AI.
1,CIO, 3 74 further said, that IO'fE, themselves. Low for cash.ICV.tL& .
'k.Ie r.ht in by the schooner Emperor, of New Ort : JMK ,Wilicmsou and Arthur Culbreth! late t.
Amount due other 91I1 :
by Lanka I'.SfiC .
has betrayed his plans to Bt'STAJ1ENTE. deceased. Situ IS:. Jl-C's i HUTCHINS.j t'
rctarv of :itt 1 co"I; Nay |
I )
seod Charles G. Cox, master and when landed I" Incidental\ 70i" '
: I expenses 6,150 ,
.
-JNi! 1 :- 37tfIvoricli \
I is "erdifficult arrive ALFRED AFl' HF.R. j Tallahassee, April >
But it to :: II |
itaken to the plantation of Joseph CrosVry I Damages on Bills returned, 473 (00 ---- _._ .
.IIJ;r It! St. Andrew's where Specie on special deposit, 2C,3rfJ M at the facts in these Mexican al1 irs. j!' NOTICE. :. .
Aith- near Bay, they Averetby ;, ." Foreign bank notes, 7G 00 General BRA\O who commands at MET- '! te_l IX nonths after dale we nut apply :o the Juilic : URING tny absence tsuai the territory, A. J. ; .
1 | M!. Duval, & I'is assistant: deputy! Mr. Am'ur.tdue by thc Agency, ,3;; 23i :I J3ol f ih<5 cuunt}'court of Gadsden county, (Jr a fciui i ij B Fisher, LVqr.iiil act j> my aien- and lorney '_4
J61i P. Lewis of this cily. The warrant for their i! AMORAS, had despatched orders to the different j di-.chaige lrt.ra the adminiatratiou cf the estate uf :9-lts: : JE 'SK 11. WILLIS- -
I ;, $1,711,263 19Bv I sea for the detention of all American Ilo-st-a Wilder! !la r of vai 1 couniv deceased. --- --
Isrhcnsion was, we learn, issued by Judge Ran ports JACOB WILDER, ) Admi..ii i LiST OF LETTERS -
Kipon: the information of Charles S. Sibley, : CK. I II vessels, as a retaliation for the capture WM. II. WILDER. )JiratoM ( EMADTING in the Pot Otiice 21 Tallabmee: t
Je'I capital s'ock from sale! of bonds, lOO'l.OOO' 00 U 1 37 \vcich if taken _
the oaJh" 1st of'ay out
I If of the Mexican brig of war by ? ? :'t not
:Iav'.0h, IP37. 1 *
U. I
< S. (for this District and quinry' : :
&' .
:1),, attorney we tin-1 Stock paid up by tockholders, 2,700 00 in three months ill be sent to the General PI t..or:
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I
f
L od indictments (lor Piracy under the slave N.\Tcn EZ.I : AduiinistiiitoiV Aotiro. !! nee AS DED tETTcas.A y .

IiI. ,. Icts, have been preferred at the court now i 1tJ', ,jOO 00 The VELASCO Herald of-the 21st of A- t I IX weel.N after date, I shall apply to the Hon the !' A\ Willis 3 \1 r.SJl A,aAjh ;.
.1 Jan. lost : 16
1 87,97.1 '
st
-
profits
Surplus I Charles C :MacmeGWAlbertton
i 1,1 I i. [ 'felon; at Appalachicola against Cox, and aUotadictments ,I D, & P. acc'ts, 1st Jan. last 50,367: 62 pril, gives a report of further proceedings l"tlf juJg'"oflhecountrcourt'of uf admin'-!trarim) on the Leon estate coun of A.'a y f.r HKh. Joseph Morre'.l: L--vi .2

against those concerned in this I 138,31078 of the N A TCn EZ. It announces under the ..ie5, .fecea
l'jonof the :\.. Great credit is cue to Mr. .StmountduetootherBaflkS82,77* 21! head of glorious neW that the Natchez .May -.0,11. 17.: J1-(fitsT j jTREISIRI BO'ICQ Eclwar1i1tr{ Win C .! a
taiCS 1' c. Checks on time, 1;6-10, 00 B'cntCardme: Moore Josi-ph -
11 lDd: Mr. Lewis for their vigilance' in appre ---239,612 24 anchored off the bar on tkat day, with the :, -- \UTICE. Byrd Joshua II )Jitl.lUj Davd .

let I k ersg the negroes, and thus affording conclusive i Deposit account, 109,694: i 17"l" Mexican brig UlWE.v in charge, and had' DEP\RT'IEsT, I Bently David tc..lby James .

orer T 4iazot the violation of lie la W8. We learn Calculation, "Mflll W :: besides recaptured the schooner Louisiana, Tre isury OJ.ce, TaIIhasseIay! 13th. Io37. )fIx liurnev' Williamol John : 4 1Crai'WuiP9 .
: I consequence of the number ot': uncu reD bank Oliver \Tariah ,,- 1 1 '
19'
e J- rlaiiybl.amei i U irapir.able to Mr. Croskey, tl,7J4,283 and sent her back to New Orleans and i' : now in circulation, notice. is hereby given to Cuo; George W Peter.viD John MBarruwJordin :

.c L ils! hitherto been esteemed as a highly re- i UNION BANK or FLOEIDA, May 10th, 1S37.i funk a Mexican armed brig and schooner al! revenue officers in the t'rftory.tax cl1ectrsauc- : S Parkhi.l! Col Samuel I' : I .'

&I >e and enterprising citizen, and who heniorlunatrly i Circumstances: : have made it expedient that this St. This is rporu'don I !; tif neers, &e. tha' no bank bifl! : Ilhe received at this Cooper Joseph L.Crai" Panuu. 1.11.A .
'
logo. Cassell'eale[
Win .
ojj'Brasses hn -
J.
I or .mo'
tor due the -
monies territory c-
( and the l .ird < ni e in faym.nt
\ should >o I
in Balk
entangled the suspend Specie payment:
tnatter, flylealb I the authority of Midshipman Rid gclv, the"hilts of tanks paying for their notes Cleaveland Su,an C. Peck John C.Pnjiiuiene ..
.Iin specie
ordered of its condition > c. ?
of of Directors has a stat inent /
i MaUierbf 3 : -
, Ballerl
drowned Elizabeth Adam
who in -
landie Calhoun
was information of the Vclasco from the Natchez at'the time such pjyaient made 3
tcJ [, to be prepared for the rublic. who landed at ; Win II Pay ir"m S
< and THOS. H. AUSTIN. Groom -
J. negroes [
the of diet.thrust
care uponIt \ The holders of the notes of the Bank, are earnestly -
'JbI his the ship tinder and I'' Clark Jlfretl J Huron RichardIlockl. :
return rerritoralreasucer.
tnn | i itnst his indimiim.. It is to be regretted I ad\'i-ed not to part with them for less than their on got way ; n-2mos ___ : i Da'oney Jame< \V ankm IHiLl, .

D 'k not overcome his neruote) to give public. I par value, under any fear of i's inability to redeem sailed in pursuit of other Mexican vessels. ; --- FOJCIIUtLEiTON. Duj-ent Johny ( ivm Postmas.er ,

lunation of the violation t of \lc\ law Lv |his, detfriend ] :. ,. hem. The watement will show Mich fears entirely I This is but a report, though apparently : % Brig SOMERSET, Leis, master: will Uavi> Elizabeth Rusk Harriet 1

l and thus have prevented any* hadowliein :i groundless.Tlio return of Bills of Exchange caused by failuresn I well authenticated., If true, it is pretty clear i -_ ail for the above port on the Jth May, ; Davis John ElI Kol'iason S J _
>
.-: ( ure ; attached to himself. Apart from ; the Commercial Cities :although productive' of i that the Natchez will make short work with :i 11 fur freiht or pa.1ge,R.apply I. BJttY.to.h' Evans D.ividinVrn Daniel RiverJtierh&I:::*jhl Alary Ann j ;t 11 I

.
30cn I**w, j present embarrassment, will not, it i is believed, occa- the whole Mexican Navy-but the question English Dr Ghl1rles'emoa John -
itixc' A VIOLATIOW rosinVE
LAW, manypWttgarJ ,I kion any *crious lo's to the Bank, and the board con- I Tallahassee, or to the master on board. Hake Dr ll'tn SraihIis Margaret .
iheiniportaiiunof lIne" (from CubaThey 1 I Cdcntly anticipate but a short suspension. rises instmtly-bJ what right, on hose authority r 5t. Marks, May 13th, 1937.I 402LSI ;, Fletcher Christopher Sully Mi!i isc Anita M ,
u, By oider fcf the Biard of Directors. and for what causes does a public ,: 1 II Put cbet'
Stalenzanoh
d p arc already SLAVES and their 1 1 w' I 'VOTIf E. Fleming S phia I I

ct; r 'Ttfrwidence to this country is undoubted V I : JOHN PARKHILL.JO'-NG.GAMBLE, Ca.hier. President ship of the United States, make war upon 1 .' HAVE appointed Lewis 1'. Taylor o{ Talo1h! sI Fig Benjamin Shaw Smith Joi.p Williams! CGotdsborou
I Francis Sirnin
a'. [ J laioration! of their cnndilion, and should i the public ships of a nation not at war with I !t<-, m}' attorney attend during my absence business from thai Florida concerns b L M 2 Scott A M
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3C S ttted i to Ly the fiiend* of humanity. It[ :I To the Editor of the Floridian. I the United States. This, will require an who will my not inteicst only, bat to all to suits any: trial have been, or \I I, Graham John Steele Nekton A ',

.1 1 Ii "'"IIt_ uime Ihan the stealing- the ibo f. SIR-The storm has blown over, and the explanation, and a good a one justify the may hereafer be iotituted for and AK11STEAD.aainJLme. I' GilliUnd Harvey Mark Allen and :pP.JC.e.a Eh"h:1 James ;,
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tiI tL d.t al.1vel from the South, and also awhile political atmosphere i ia tu a great degree tranquilized ship and the government.-Mobile llcgiskr. 13th 1837. MARCUS A. .I0-tts Klijih Harvey Smtih: John t -

.I h "i Ihe law prohibiting the i and the truth must now gain the as -May Hall Mirv Ann Swrat JnmesG I.

.I .11110 1ID force it should not be violated, I cendency over extravagant fancy, and wild, OFFICE OF TilE BEE, 7 NOTICE. the Hon. Harley Elizabeth A There V. ill13m S ; .'
weeks after date, I will applY to lIudslllllltmilton Uir.phry P.i. harJ
S tttryrlOd f citizen; should aid in its unauthorized and erroneous conjectures. I NEW ORLEANS, May 6. 5 FOUR -1,
" enflrceJ '- the County Court of LeonCounty I [1.jrrj'on Dr Van Brunt I RIJ'o. f .
Hew! :the offence: could have been commit have long established in my mind.ne an invariable Captnreofa Mexican Brig of War by for leave to sell 80. acres in section 35, township 2 Hill John M 'V .*! t *ol E J .

IIII. !life to north and east, belonging to the estate ot Holland Mark: D Ward GTFC T
1tiLbourh. of St. Joseph's and St. rule of my never willfully injure the Natchez.-The schooner Climax which range 2, Sold for the benefit of the William"am Wm \
B. H. Murray deceased- Hall ,
-, IlL lttLert there are custom house officers any person, or sutTer others wronged through arrived last evening, puts us in possession creditors of thi estate. TV. S. MURRAY Adm llutchim Human WhitukerJarri:1ret C !

Jill fa it ed detection for nearly three months, my instrumentality' or to permit with impunityan of the following important intelligence. M .ntTik 1837. 39-4tS., Hines P R Winu [)r Thomas B 3 3 ;I I 4'
II done Hartne William! R W ,
injury wilfully and uantonly to myself.I Robert .
'etve. These officers have tbe re The U. S. ofwar Natchez, on the NOTICE. i
CIbf" have that in Florida Sloop Johnson Joseph 2 "Wya WinWashington ;; j_
beiog vigilant, but in this instance thought tv gentleman 17th of April off the Brasses St. lago, weeks after date I shall apply to th! Honora-1 j j Kinsloe Wm A Col II -
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0 could for a moment believe that I would authorize SIX Jefferson county -1. II .
i" hose been an extraordinary Mexican Judge of the County C.-urt Kec Rev R B WhitakeramneI '
the
l irat lIitIrbeTe. rrroisba' the publication of an article not my made a formal demand upon for letters ot administration on the estate of.S. KFobom Kindrick John Yale Marcus D ) 1 \

j own, without stating the fact; or be responsiblefor authorities to deliver up and release the late of said county, deceesMouticello Persons calling for the above !-t-eri will plt'aSf. -
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I.' I''t!'JlUr Ortea n Courier, .f May Sd, says : it, knowing it to be false. American vessels, Julius Cesar, Champion, April 13, H37.EBENEZEtFOLSO 37-6w. ,sap fa.I1:1ha"'ct'advertised.May C, 1SI .I- G.SIL-lRCYP..r3'; _

press to announce the disagreeable Now sir, in your paper of 23th! April last t, Leonidas, and three others, whose names .

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: 4. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ,m Groceries lost Received. worm 8r. JudkIfl% '_' _

: BY the I3rig Howell we hATejuslreceired a large Is recommended tq'all parents, hl.f ad oter The abWOirtafttfitQfaWtosate '-

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. choice assortment of G R C ER1ES, which who have the management a and certain rented/ those ehsrtllltiZ .
r. we offer for sale on good terms,-viz : most effectual WORM DESTROY iVro medicine yet disco of whickhfcT. $0cience. lto&b&._
ALL persons indeb'ed to the estate of the late 100 bbl Baltimore Whiskey vered. s or.f4:.
R. Peebles, are requested to come forward 50 N E Ram This being a safe and active vermi "'
and settle the same with the subscriber and syrup bIdes 1st WLit.8woJTm"o(' fJ e ,
. S and those I liuving claims against said etftte will 25 Country Gin loge, is agreea pleasant to the tate, and no 2d Sore Legs and Ukern bag's ,_
pre Peach & child will refuse to take it.
50
Champ. Cegnac Apple Brandy' 3d
Bchil'J"lNOr'GJaDdi1aa
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sent them to the subscriber .
propcrbr "nthentic tcd : .
.r \\ itiiiii the lime prescriDea hy the Legislative: Council Q Dm ile m4gl J JO Cn ,Malaga Wine It is also happily calculated for preventing and removing those hardened tamonnio WeHDe.'.breisuiuJSk '1

.. in such cases made and provided, or they will be Auctioneer & Commission 1IcrcIinit.WA'I 20 IJbls Old l\fonongnhela Whiskey, many other disorders to which children are l limes terminal in ulcerated eaactra. ". -:'
I Madeira, Poit. Wines. subject, such as bowel or summer complaint, diarrhea -
VL barred of recovery. fcherry 4th Felons. or what wm people know b {U
. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL GJA1LtB Mondays & Saturdays. Old Irish Whiskey, Warranted genuine. or }looseness, vomiting and purging, it is invaluable Catarrhs. of every description. *' ... .
for those which children suffer
c 25 bblo! Mohsscs, allaying pains 5th *
Rheumatic Paint of the
jorntt. ,_
Adm'r. of S. S. Peblesdec'd. For Sale. 50 t Baltimore superfine Flour, in cutting their teeth, and if previously used, will Cth and Brnue ,
1 i April 22,1837. 37-Sw A TRACT of land, consisting of 1280 acres, in 15000' Ibs Baltimore cured Middling and Hams, render this operation of nature nerlertly mild and 1 whatever Sprains sitnate. of every decritio'4 II

t ,- the centre of the La Fayette Township, Rndabnut J 100 boxes liaisons free from danger. It equally efficacious in rickets 7th part ; *.
OTICE.-Six Tettenof
months from date I will apply' to the It i is kind;. In thiscomjvUioi. $
4 miles from Tallahassee- consists of the 50" Prunes and in infantile remittent fever. re com-,
t the honorable S*>ars Bryan,Judge of the County the I licm ir. applying the Ointment. must kee X !!
ded with the that is to
' Court Jackson be from 9lh and 16lh Sections fihat Uwnshtp, which he 3000 Ibs best Loaf Su arMO assurance fully adequate out i.f watertfth f"II
County, to .
discharged .
It the farther: administration contiguous for their whole length, and form an ') kcs;; water Crackers purposes intended, and that much good may fee derived Chilblains '
of the estate of John Riz II or parts afTcctncI by frort.TO .
do
' from its llnnocence annot
I deren rl. WILSON! ROYAL, A m'r.ArnI2 oblong ort by 2 miles. 2'hree-lourths of section 30 boxes nnd kegs; Tobacco, assorted qnality. harm- simplicity an> i : TIIC1'11BLC.! 3,
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I :", 1 837. 37-Gm 9 consists of first rate hammock, and th11Ile 40 bags I aquira and Rio Coffee any Directions accompanying each bottle. '!he f.lr.wlng! ermmuniention. addressed totj,.

-- of it is ofihe best quality It has I been f.O ktg AVIiitoJ Lead pricor; of Judkin's Ointment from thj Hon.'
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pronounced
i Q IIX weeks niter 'ate' will be made I 20CC beftt I'ani-h Scjjars Marshall's compound Syrup of Uver- **
application
ed competent Judges to be one of the best see Tal.aftrr. member of Conrrs',is I highly! int i '
to the H.n. the Judge of t the county court tions in that fertile nnd valuable 5 hl.d *:I i-ar wort. Thr gratuitous manner in which ii is ma< (
tlic very township 50 l-ais Burk Sliot, For coughs, colds, asthma, spitting of blood licercomplaints 'eJt'it
of ,
# Jefferson :
fAr county for letters Af adminis- Section 16 is : fcel.njs (.T no ordinary character towards iu f
oak and Ijiul
generally frond
hickory :0 kegs Duponts and} Coocl.s' Powder whooping cough, and all diseases of the .
r I iratr'nontlie: estate of Paul Malherbe.deceased humanity and 'is rerlalnl11 deserting ofatttntion.
.. portions of it of a superior quality, and of tha 40 boxes Sperm Candles breast and lung .; *
FARQUHAR MACRA: character of soil which has been proved to be 50 Sin.iktdlleiriiigs.I The restorative powers of this medicine in diseases -
Jan.
T : _April_*I thJS37, -35 (Cw _ __ best adapted to the production of full crops of fine 10 Tierces Rice oflhe Lungs have been .\eied by the most re 1' Sir-him been roy WA wish'! HISGTOX for a c, n.iJcraoe 23,1| ; .

; NOTICa[ : tmk aler! date, application will ca tton. From the facility clearing this List section 50( Boxes Brown Soap. !pect:1p physicians both of Europe and this country. t romnuinieate to you the' pood effort with.

. t .1. be made: in. th 1 tuig, c of the County Court for it may be made very soon available\ as a 50;i doz. I lottlcs Porter anfl Cider. it possesses sedative: ,expectorant and tonic properties have u,,tl the ointment invented by Blr.3ui15

, il.r l County! J lC'.1un, fr Irtteisof administration on plantation. 100 pieces best Cotton Bagginr.lOOCoiU : and hence abate fevers, mitigate roughs, and almost \t whi'h I now understand is matte und sold/ by "

p the est-ue of S;nip on Pope( late ofsaid county' decIIOHERT 'I'he tract is t well watered, having. a l.irgcslream I J .e" l Kopo instantly removes slight and recent which rolilwhilst,from itgives 1 pointed by yoursilf. ha\c applied ,,11j$ ol =
; : 5 rn!es India Preserves immediate relief to Jthose neglect the last thrre
l ( HARRISON : during
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, I running through it in a healthful section f the every spccici
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<> character and fw
10 barn-UNo.
I Shad have a more dangerous ,
SAlMI11PO1'L a"lmed I nnd woumF without tailure:
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country, affording beautiful! situations: fir aresidence. Lead J\ fail the most obstinate caees. ;:
: Aprf: l1t.,1.L. :36.GWAdministrators' : Corn, BrOl)01!. Chrcjhtr! Pcppr, .IIoPI p seldom to cnre instance. I consider it the! most decided iajj
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I-- .- The ruil-nml: from Tallahass.ee 10 St. I' Putty, Demijohn! ?, Pet served Gin"" -,CIII rlll.t", Tam- It will be found superior to any other} medicine, for j remedy in oil r?!i s ,'f turner, (Lc the fnasj
t t ; itf Notice. I Marks, now near its completion, will afford a arands. Door Mati. En:lisli Walnuts, CinamonTurpentine the cure ofshortnes (,breath, hoarscne*, wheezing: mil! I I.a.c fm.ntJ r.uil.mg; for 110.\) .
'j may so OIK
'1. 'r r. A. 1.T41 i ':I",* h.i\'ins claims agiinsl the estate oJVi. ,r cheap and ready access to market fur its produce. Imperial, Gun owtlfr. and Hyon Teas! ,- nnd promptly remedial in !soreness of the breast an
; i "; I j /. .'k>'riah C. Foit, dec. are required to present A long credit will be given for the greater part Scotch suulr in bottles! Caster Oil, Opodildork, Vln- longs. In whooping b its corrective efforts will : ruic of the tun.or 'all( d the \proper i bite SWf'Ilinrl'lfr| : I
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,' 1 J 't r tl.rm ihilv! Hut II nti.attl within the timc prescribed oniiepurcln.se money. For 'terms apply to R. Y. eg ar, Sp.u Mi Bru\\ 11. Lemon Sirup, Copal Varnish, be speedily di'covered.Iarslulls. j I Ihy the mi'i' tli tinguisl'e.l! physicians: as is

: l>)' I.vw, oi tliey: wilibc: : fore\cr barred- \\ cllJ.lfIl, E!q. :Tallahassee, or In I the proprirto. Salmon! 4 c. &'. For IUle low by ) Tonic mixture. t and! which they have decided! would, without: ;) ;'

! t't 1 L 1! t1 S. G. I5ECKCOM.MarehS THOMAS RANDALL ; (J. !1. & T. E. LINnnXBERGER.Taijihns For Ague and Fever. I i tin: prove fual to the patient, was under mI \, .
:, l17.: r..1 S-w :ce.Ori. 29', IR:6:: 12-tf I
ilinte n'.ticr
f', If .1 Tallahassee, February 10, 1S37. 37-lf, Prepared by C. Mars1jifl! Phila.arid_ forralcLvJan. effected by the use Judkin's Or 1If'
t '. t -- ---- LAND FOR SALI] I uri the patient is in fine health ; his limb atW ,
; J.KVH'IX
j. WLJ1'1fE.-I itunitlis jitter d tte I shall presi : STl-iWAU I I
: ':' 1 my nreriiu.lt anil vouchers to the Hon. the (Jo:; City Slablcs-formcrlj' Peter RoinsOI1 1HE: FnbsrriliHr is au'horizf ti, s--ll thrf* valunb'eTraris next door to the Post Ofiie. I the. tr.Jw-.r being restored a perfect slate ofj: at.ness. .
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, ( 1 C"urt.,1 l Leon County, as administrator (.n the estate j"THE folloxving; rules and regulations are adontd rj '! of Land siluateil within 5. li, 4- 23miles 28,1537 23 G>ns 1 tS"! tint the leg otan aged manth.\th "f.
, i : of Jacob Horgcr, dec. and 1 apply frr I letters! dis- for the government of the above stable;, n.t! will ', from Tallahassee. The first contains: about w.wo.lctl!, and .xhi!,itil eric dreadfully! '
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t. I f' nuVory on sud e tl\c.: &TEPHEL: W. SNELL, be sti iCIly' observed, it is hoped I ih'y will give g' ncral 1.02!! Acres I. cleared! Tile second 520 Acres GO A fresh supplyof VALU.-UJLti! lt.ltC11i (. i fire f.om the Knee to the [bit, and which, fI < '.

I "t \f'j f ,:' March 25h, 133731 CmAdministrators' sa ti.faction, and prevent any msllndl'r: -tanding. I elraieil. And the third 8-0 l Acres about 200() cleared. just received. I I than two year", 'had, I locn considered! incuribf! ?

l'v.) The7/ireofa Tlii''1: Itndi: lire irjiii! torny in middle! Florida, and \ di"CtllllI( cured by the a*,plication! .cf Jc'Ou"
IVotiro. Hack and four $15 01 per day, I will be solJ on terms adlantage ut to the purelmser. 4'm: eaf. I mention there 1\\0 cases, which ft .
1 1 I. d A T thc nnxt July Term orG *4lsllcn. County Court t Hack and pair 7.r>0 I II. W. BRA DEN. i my immcrjbte ii'-tK-e and' mamigcmcnrzt5_ -.*

i \ .i'C will pient fair accounts and vouchers, n, Sulkey and ho-sc: :5 (00) Tnlliliassce March IS'-h! 1837. tf. :>2 ; evilell"c of the clficacy of tf.is: remedy in ca J i .
\ t ndnnitIatrs: t on ihe estate! (Ir Cullin Edwards! Sen.deceased.tf Single l horse 'JH( ) tnors anil of nli-er, *. I hate experienced sade

,i .' ; > the lIon. Jud-e ofsa'd; Court, and pins 'u' lo 70(X( per week, ion SAI4E.I th o'f'frCt of I Ihi* minify in the cure" a/ -

1 I to be discharged therefmni. Hose at Livery -: 0") per ir.oia'iilo '!. 'I1E King tract of Land: one mile East n ami of every ?I01'
I t \ 4 JOhN ED\VflDSI ItO 1 2.> per ilay, 'ISa Hi.illume, on the Augustine road, eon t nut. I I that any ore whowillonscrveon the operatic ._,

I'f tt c t Cl'bLEN' EDWARDS, Jr.. Single feed (W; in" 550 acres ; oil interior to none in the TcrriItorV I nI il nCr.r, must l be> satisfied nsto its btntficiilI I Ir
4 l 1 Ad'11!' I1i trators. All lior&rs hired intt't be paid for in aJvanre, un1 1 1 ami wcll watered. I ran \\idi the utmost co'ifiilfiicc rccomT.tndiJ ,
::4 : h : Nov. 1 12 ISM-: 1-J-C.ii less ihc person has nn ncct.tir.t with the ttL'O" j level J uf this vat't ttle, remedy. !
{ Also! 11.( r.iri-h, I Tract, one mic! south of town, ,
No !iK-r-e delivered without ,
r 'i : an ordr from tl.c 1 ai.i: sir, cry rrspcctfullr! .
; SIX montlis nfu-r late, I s-hall apply to :h e owner or 'to his known servant.; i containing, Ifi acres, soil wood, and water good.! 1\I JOIINTALIAFEtj -

:'C( I 1t.t Ih'II.flltnt.urt' ofl.con I ruunty for Icttcis nf Dis; .Smokeing in the stable entirely i lurbid-The! fs-. ANn, Lilt No. 137 I being half of square fronting : TuMr. CI.IrC! Tlcrstnns, preprietorofJudkii I

i r. mission from; I the 1l11ini--lrati of the estate: of Rob tabli:hmcnt will! be closed at 10 u'doek-l'cruu-- en. the new court house, on the north. I ment, WAS Frt:1'tcridHo'.n.l\1.tr'lar.f.r tI '
,,.1 t: fit Copt] land. d!kc: t el tug will please close the the house Monroe
: .: gate. Lot No. 115 limiting: court on t :crPILF.fo.Df.
I S. //. H.JDLEY) admr. THE PROPRIETOR/ street- I, L'-LrL. 4r,4 Bfrnr !,.l" i1Z B..,|TSUro, I hat! heard irracliartirfe :
; { Jan.: 21 l 1S.V7 2-J-r.m; March 4 15i7.:: SOif' ii whirl
Loliu.. 2j, 26 and 33, on McCarly street, I I > vO'JpYl'tr! before llepnUieprietor .
I i. 1 IX MON) 1J)3tl'rdarl 1 : I .vhrll exhibit my acconn's jV'cxv-Storc---I'rot'isioii- ----- -and--- -- l near: I thr 1 termination of the rail road: l1Ia kiri: a naml II"r<"ori' Judkins' P. fipeoilmenr '.,
dirocrry. 1 nmdc t C. Ilprsiors !
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I : f end vouchers: to the I lion. Judge oi the I I 11ucI.I : G6S by 2SO Itt'I:1 very pretty situation forprivate near ,
I :. founty court for Lron county, as admistraiion on jTHE lIhs?tiher! have uni'nl themselves under residence. I l.ind!, ?Ri of drseriod rfHca'-y in cores on ssawiihwhoni
,c ., t thefirmofPF.ACHV& MANER, for ihr a REPARF.D SOLELY from fv' I am well SInce
( ihecs'aeofGco. Moore t purf'useofclIlblishing vegetable mUlrr acquainted ni .
I tl frcesed.'M.
FISHER P :
: in the town of St. Murks Luis: No. 1 1i.. 5 nnd G joining l the: t town on JACOB HOUClv ilen. i h .tltinr.rr it
r eccmber ", I ti'M.::( I 17fi-m A Baltimore, which may betaken tt e |las: performed a cut ,
1 ._. @mQg m mQ S 1 the South \\ 'SI, nuking nn oblong! of I 20 acres, ti : with perfect safety all ages & in rI! dise.iccs I friend of mine rIHiet.i l with the Piles.-. flavjr,.,
Qli"
-) 1 1 OTICE.-IX monihs nfn-r date I will present STORE. Their I' u nder a goml fence, has a .ruod,11 of water, the i its cure are .lor the folloivin; di51asesD ia, I 1 self been sufferer for some years with this'd.r.(

i 'f f\ _, my viiucl!\em mid jiapers or the estate of Cyrus they likewise buildings propose being attending large to and tin-commodious Rpreivms cascade branch running: through it, and a computable ; L oasof Appetite, I Indigestion, Inflamntionof! p Stomach I i ir.gj disease, I now unhesitatingly applied yot. .

L ::., Drart'orn, dcrcased. Jo the Judgo of the county court j and Furvardin; ;: of Good and Cotton, tu which-I dwelling li'iusc thereon.: Hear Bum, Dir-fehn, Dyscntry (.1' Flux, P.Us, I. ment inmy own casennd am eratined' thai U"t
1 I I t; lor the rounty of Gad! 'len, fur a final sctllcmcnl, and I t te they pledge lhem} ". lvrs to pay such intention as will I Lots Na*. veven, nine and ten, adjoining Fibula, Obstructed n"IItion, Ague and ICH. !\i it m.l\e a perfect cure. J. BENTS '

.._ ;' .f 1 : j ray f vI' Inttj'S\.f.lslIIi.wl! therefrom. entitle them to a liberal share of patronage: from the j containing each ten sicrc>', \\t'! wooded and rich, Billions or Remittent Fever, Typus Fever, < !f t Conntinsf room, LorntjjI

p. .r" JOUrWYNX, Executor.Nov. Merchants and Planters of the Territojy, ar. J ; ,f, ect'i, I irc. Hn I All / Measley, Yellow Fe.erCoiti encss c. 'e under (to tier, the breast
I ____ ____ boring counties of Georgia. Their ooils will be Ifnot sold byS.iJurd.iy.! the Silt day March, h'11P/CIr3) ( my greatly iu'i
{ ; .__ __ _______ or !unwt-k! Cholera: lirl,9! 1 the be
solr11o\\' for ca-h or produce. As they will cndeaor i will be swld at: auction. Terms, one half cash, nipplesearoejy to .seen-her appcarooe i .
r r'I\J; NOTICE. t hard I Consumption. Influenza, Cnln', Coughs, Jnllunat'on I Iy] spoke! theorem misfry she was in .
\ keep on a constant supply of choice and MI-I'Ihe annual instnl.nents with! interest ; chap' '
in
residue two : ,
r \ 4IX ,. ti.' .,n". ".IIP, I Ill npply to pcricr qualiti of Groceries and Provisions of C'en'teoeription. > j of the chest, Palsy, Gout, RIfumatisrn. I amatory she had been suffering three month whir it.. 1'1
r:1: the'S | from the "lay of*ale, and a mortgage on the SITC throat, Cn" Infiainaiiv.n of the heart Pn tried her bed '
r. L?tIC : .ii't- o'itie Jackson i! Country Mcrr-hants and Planters will! up >p iy, !I ci to ; 'ue then bad flaxseed jwal, ,
t \ f' UlIOU.I": ....... a- *v,u. ,. ve ... mun'yc"Uit..... ..- .II:.... co.. .. ._ :. .. .1.! ?.. ...... --. .. -n Tin ii viun, i. HUM pri-misrs III'r.tJn the payment. llillet', Iiisi.-ist.) of tic! Livtr Jumdice, DnTJcnltr it t ; other things, had, been ti-ied. 1 ndvls jj,
1., ANN. GATES. open. JC)1JNflr.ll: PEACHY. I Also, my interest in several I t lipcfs oftond on the ., Urine, Gleet, Hysterics', Nervous &Sen.fulous .-! or.tmer.t, ki'owin it !had ba-v siircessfuIlitVsI ,
. ; 'l i M.inanra, ..\OV. S I I63C. I I5tf WM ;IArn.Sr. Apalachicola River ad: Sweet 11'alrr Creek. aflWtions of the members, f."lli. I:! aments Mercun.ilaii'l I She ot and applied it arcordin to the direetJ '

.t -! -:;- .----- :.Matks, Jan.lCth, ISM:: jj-ii. J. G.; SEAUCY.: VeHcraIihs(seit, Ulcirs, Soi-s? Affectation? ;|. ct :n['anin; :t ; in 21 hours all pain wai pbroke /, ,
1 t 't t ; (t. IX moiulis; after date I shall arply' to the lion I f 1 jllahasscc! : Feb. 2,1837.NOTICK.. (,t f thc sl.in. &. all di-cases! .. rising hum Impure Blood, I I i and commenced! ilisclinrgin copknoJj 'x ,
t. 9 Ji4"le ol tlic County' Court Jctfirson County; SSounmlS Tonic mixture and Anti- &r. Price prr bottle 2. ,, continued some days ; the relief from flirts'u

.I f; for a fil.al dis barge frmn the administration of the Costive 1'ills. ) Thi medicine 1 I.AI: a powerful effect. as a Spring ami i I > perfect ease excited the wrmin's nutonafta 1 1I

'. ettatc of Ucnjamin Stevens, late ol said ciunty.C11A1' of the from thr -ult"'r\'lf Fall. Purifier, in those wh''-oristiiuti'-ns nquireiiouriilumnl I few days rednced her breast to its nsuah 1
:; r LCS McCLELLAN Adm'r.Monticcllo IN consequence numerous attempts to palm J F..tr.yr.1 r aho'lt' I 1'1.b's lInl'l',, ai \
,
L i spurious imitations of Rowand's \a IU"Jlc! Medi-I :! a small l.rx ntyIarc Purer, rr'Jrprd inane ,111,1I I and neW vior ; surh prisons would,! be c iTit dl YI the curc was caipkte.C. ,.
12th Marth, 'JS37 3J Cm. cincs on the public-he has determined to ronfulc! tin- j tail: p1ce: wd!, 81111 .h:4 It"ol'.1 p au 4i. .it much Iwpefittrd us ing two or three bottles/ which I' ..rcdcl cc.untyAl'nl3, I S_ '

t t t"::: lTOT1CESIX weeks aftcr date we shall make ap;: sales exclusively .o agents in dilFcrcnt parts of the: i t slIIc time, IWII '.1Ot 'I' ehln'll! JIIJrs: 3 yea! 01;/irny be taken without regard to drink or J d. Many EElVAKF. OF IMTOSITIOX

t : 1 picatien! to the Judge of the County Court o.M country, Horn whom erf one Hi: genuine arrles can be | one rec.rtty! iror! lie f.\I'r 'Inl.r'I1I'I.: : i j I I prn:; are (lisetised f'ur the want of Mood 1-cing; pu- : Messrs_ L K 1' Low tides, merchants,Cv &iI
I c.r
; .. t. 'dii>on County, for LctlcrIIl1fadnllnlstr'Itl'ln on thors'.atc had, and to guard the nioic ciu.vtiialy! y aiiist the impositions I Any ptrvnvho v. ill ithvrsiiil! P >n"} ansi Mnlr-s ,; ,: Thluallls! persons are iJestroyinglheirconstilutiousby -i I! GC IItI1'n-\s; \rr HerstousngertLjr.,,
: of llichaid />:laiT, deceased, late ofaid county of unauthorised vendeis ; IIP has instructed I this me on ny plat,tiiitn.i 7 mill luTth ea-t of Talb.h.issir. r.egIcctir-4 to npflr I propcrreir.cJy; t'i.i I 1 1si'fh Dr ,Vni JLLLikir.'s rntent ;1'Clfic ointment I t*.
: I ELI7.AUETHHLAU1:, agents in Iloston New Y Philidrlphi.i! and I i or !t:1: I>. I II. 1I:<-rry -'i': Tall",1: <-."ce thill l,elilif I the lal'ea: will be lore th.ui ilotilde! l valuable: 't:f t n-m YOll that 'last summer I wn" alfiet.tfegtuc : .

t EL1S1IASUML111LIN.ApriiPth Baltimore, to moLe no sales lo merch! < ,:: ati1 (i-tieri pf, l -rally:! rewudrrl.( Any infir n.'tion vu>i'litm! will beS'aiily as a rrrtain rIT.rtmlllur.H ff lestoring them! U, f.inie *.1Jt1'.kT',5! Ointnienliti :.

; : ;i 1S37.: 35-Cw any of the Mcdicinei to bccai-rittl&Mtk fjr sale Il till. : r-(::i\cj by I ptrfect healih anti vgor ; few families are exempt j'[ itJn. l.ri- .", itllap;'llI'(I not to I II beaf&n.the. ,
Large quantities of a I'rrni..I1'i artirlin imiutiun of t I: JOHN. TAYLOR.March t from Scorbutic AflVptior.s which f'xllI.t.it various syi'iji.' u'c>J it aecuidieg, to the rnnt1
i'U)1 INI STll ATO il'S N EALL the genuine Jlitture have been in.inufjcttiiTr] by L'cias !- 1 I nth 1 T,7. r,3iS I to'ns as Lru['itions. Ulcerations, Debility Los:ff Appetite but my !leg kept geltl_ w'rse

I 'r persons lr, \'ing d'-tninds Pfriin the estate S. Comstock & Co. of Now )('rk.I\II11! nut"ta the and Digestion, all arising from ir.ip-irc bl'x.d.: I -Mr Ht'rs-tons uaveRfig to the Wo't storr-It'f-\ .
: W. J ohn*nlac Jefferson Cotntylecrnseil South for sal:. The name Rutland ;.nsif-adof l liow- lU:
,I ], are hereby required lo present them forthwith I aid, is on the Ujttlcs of th" iriil-itii-n. The p-iiuini-: : 'A1.: SCHOONER I Lady Wa'h- I the greatest injury to the con tiuition. P.mact-a i i.re- ,:! h luJ he mm nhateiy! pronouiiceu1 it mnmlfurrislird < .III"IlK

dtil)' : Miieatpd., Those indebted to the es- article may I'C ha-l of tin' tnllouin; j p ron w .I' prc i In.t.t.1.: Swaini, master, I eomiiicr.diij in all Sta"n'l of the year, nnd in p\rtica-: : .me with one ,Jih11.! PP.1'
t fJtc lire r-.u'iestid: to tt'ake immediate payment.FL toe o7lly .7griftinxhis part nf Flnuoa and ('Ol'i.\ nuil.-thr, WTashiiton! Jet- I lai as a vcntative: (from all!! c is> :1s e? in u arm t-Iinatt.s: I nnd sireliiiij '11 wassf-sisibfc! of the (r fiit.rti'V-*,

: < >VJ > S. K A N NAL, K t'r. E. Daman! jr. i.co. Guru'i.il A;rnt, 'Tula.lssc'! : i fer-on, 1I1:1 1er. will mn asr t. and those persons, when diseases! are prevalent ly I,I.! ii i l"oi.iii iil.K i;,- I th-.n apptieJ the iintmtBliV'Sgai ,

# t.l IIULIJA JOIO'SOX, Kxr'T. Willnrn: K(rr it <-'.., Thniii.ia\.lc! .1 "- u'lr patkcts! i etv.'een h't. p f taking the Panacea three rftnr liuicsa wcelr.or three i, g mf to my. leg ; became in a satKOr3ment ,
5 ''f Apnl Hh lbt>733 4w James C. Eccle, Quincy, :Marks ?nd IV. ( Pi. !(::-.'. Fif freight! or pisae np- |iorf'itti; tat-Ic! spooTifril's when goi:';; to f c'l, unit thufi'I ; no usijig the nrM piaster, and sot C'OI'

!' Swain, Lloyd, & C.". St. Maik ,I ply to J waim.! !Lt'j-d, vV Co .Mark -, or to Ktrr & person may fear no apprehension of Iwir.g. atwcke l i irot ''tte wtil.'f
r NOTICE. Thomas Alexander Iliekstown, h.rkl' '1-llalh ee. j I j with) the Cholera! Yellow Fever, or:tI1y..theisca! e, I I This ointment i ill certainly;; veryeietl v ftiaU-;w

S <5>4 IX wek af1r date, application! will be made to Darius Williams & Co.. Montietllo! : !O'It: 1':1: :, ictfOfler.s as this medicine is a valuable: rcstoratnc of( the( IIY;- I -verntlicreby be n pity it should be last ti> the pu'olk .1

rJt KZ? thc HO:1.lhe: county court* ior Gadsden county J. IX Carpenter, \lic1asontcy. -- ---- ri invigorating theconstitution..nnd cnabltnj J cotmtci'it.it article: bearing the mm and bMtaofnninc

: t '! :} t 'f.r !letters ofiidministratioii on the 'il."t (.Win.. I II.Lliis The\\ label of F. Barnard jr. ftro. will be on r.Il liic : X l: 'g ; I i it to bear the :ilitating t-fl'ects of all cIFnmtcs ; it is !" WiJ K J JCuniberlind JEJfllr

tJ1 I dcc'd. late of said county. bottles sold by the above agents.' i ( : conveyed by the circulating fields, and corrects their I May 24, !S3I *&?-
: n SIN/A ELL1.I Tallahassee! 7th! forsileonaccominciiiatjngterrn:S tendcnry to all those diseases which! originate. in t m- I' fri Rev Be. rljf
July 1H.J7. : U'mtyk
4Sf ;, .f : FJ hs': HOUSE and Lor, situated on Alonre I ( *tr
April Eth. F37-3j Cw -- ---- --. : : ):Irt, in th.' city of The Med l hisud!, diseased liver, depraved njpetitr, or pie I have known 3lr C Utrsloiis to b: thin-
NJ T.lahl ( disposition to affections of tllt luns. I JuiMviii's! Ointment for several I
Qg7 ? cIt duntih
&.JE .
AiW I Lot-mea-iurcs: lit* fert front by 1 ICO( f.et'ar.. years
TOTI CE-is hereby r.ilel1 that t'atioll'iH bemadoliy f ? 52j"THEundcibinned The i resembles in of and flavour rich
; "pp point taste a I s idenee in l\1.tryland, and the ointment n-iaF'
1 1. thedlonoraolc the pe-lfully informs the panteis house i is convenient, spacmus; and romfurtahlc residence cordial
petition Judge ofl : rather than a medicine. Every iifiir have been mueh
of I pers. I to iu It has bees
Lee and repute. t41
: counties
adjacent that he has in.ideand that
the Superior Court for the Middle District of FloiiJa, iiiih-ptr.i'ent ul portion, which i inow oc- I taking in .houl.ll"u'c recourse to. I used in
appointed DAVID C. U'ltrsos his I ctiii.d mercury any way j roy own family while! living in Mar1;"
.-.. S for permission to sell the interest and riht of the E. W. Pitt's Mtoincy to ft.1I 1 | n 'Ml I one or two bottles of this medicine. In the decline cf d uring residence in this ci'y with! fv
children! ; a.d hurs of David Davidson) deceased in patent Cotton CULTIVATOR hercspeefully ;, He al>o .O(ler, lorsate Ins unimproved lot, on the i l life, or when the system has been impaired by excess, my sacce WLIG

certain real cMitc, lying nnd L U ing in the district nfoi e- I for themselves./ invites the Planters to ca'l!! ami, examine ,' 00 loot siree', ine.iMiup Jr feet fr.ntlr: l"80 back: it nourishes strengthen1' and suppoits it :-it is not Methodist] Cook Roon B ,
C. F. CLAllA (;//. The subsrri'icr' ill also Mulberry
w depose of his
Bald, domed through their and father i entire stock!
grandmother
too f.tr lo at'if, that it actually prolongs life.
presuming New
Tallahassee Dec. 6 1S3G. York, :May 20Ui lil
21-tf ,
Trade!
the said Da\iil, and wluclil'c} IHIII I 1 in his life time. in comprising I most l'ner1 assortment ofFancy This Pancea has been introduced to the public for To t.J&'
imposition C Herstnr-s
rrennt nR ,
and Staple Good., Gnwcrii i
11ELLN D.'iVZDSONAmr'x Jailor's { Hardware, a short time, and, has received more testimonials! in its '
Notice. hand
'VII wrilin"-,will the *
.' &-. His Stock is appear on ntelrtj
.% of David Davidson dec. i Grocery, ; .r. large and well assorted"with ;-
f ivour for its efficacy: in so short a time than '
,
COMMITTED to the anyother mrs, paid, directed ti Jun in FredeJilMd
r !lpril b7.:; 35 county Jail of Jefferson i such goods as are well! lr:1pte to the medicine disiwvcrcd and itsnan-eathouiianu post > ,
ever \\iilbe ttllcnllcJ
the 15th
inst.
county on two :iugutive slave" viz- market. f
NQ gALL a negro mJnho says hi name is BOB nndVivs }! For particulars apply to n. J. Iae:.(', or Hugh! abroad for,it will, to induce reap the hundre.true virtue s, aye thereof.!, tliHUsands. to apply For ao w hi !csaln and retail. !>y '
E BAUN ARD
l\rvms iI'hle.1! | (l to the estate Robert Foi'ocs he l eUngs ru George T. "'anl of Leii Archer m authorised} :;en'. fy CO. DfI
cmiinv, } Notwithstanding attempts be made t* Tallahassee '
S "1 lf < .!',lt i; :iiii nf' lii.is'lf-n: rounty, will! make pay- alsoii! negro man who says Ins mine: i isVKS: I r Wm. MAKER. the confidence .)f thc public in may the efficacy and impair curaMe --- Sept. 7lh, 1336 6-eowJj-

I'; I I rla-i.n insiit l<> tiniind' thinned I -and all persons having LEY, and tllllilc Wongs! to George Brown of l < _-__Talc1iaeeIee.___ ---_-7,-IfCfi.--_ __ _ __ _IS-tf__ __ _ __ poverof this medicini, it will go on to conquer, The Subscribers hivin j ass-t>riafca"tritt1I
,. will I > ihcni authenticated within -
nt
; ', 1 the time j.ri:"pre cnli.d by law.duly\Vm. FORBES: Adm'r Sumptcr county Mississippi. The.tler are I .JAMJ S 11. COOK, disease, relieve the atllicted! ,and earn for itself the good I in i Mercantile business under the firm ef t

;' them S W BAflfll ily it has earned for itself a name which : now'iiti
away. GTOV, jaior;! I dns'ardly- ;uiul public peiierally! that !llie/a
J I I IX ni'iiitlib after date 1 shall present my accounts Jan. 21 I, 1637. 34 (tim Between Pine and Broad Street, tacks cannot reach ; that such is the fact, the number j I j in t the store fiirmerly occupie' fiy the 1 laictx'
ill -. f ull/l touchers aJuiinisttator j OFFERS far sale a full and of letteis in possession mnst fully satisfy the in- }I
aa on the estate of ----------- complete assortment of roost 'S.< Mi1l'r.!! the rEiJe; of l :InlUlle.I.I.
tin e .
I Harris liuinty; late of Leon County and apply for a Apalachicola Laud Con:ipaiiy. I I Cal.inpt! luril un',consisting SiilrbiMrJs! withihar- credulous ; and were it necessary, there could be oh., : : n ,. in ine City fn .S

d."dml.! ?( SIMON T.IYLOR,, The title :() tho lands belonging this hn-I i I LIe tops, eo plain' ; OrcssinBurciut with! marble and: tamed: numerous testimonials: underlhc sanctity ibc L opprisibe\aiflgbo1iSq1t8r1; f1f
Apiil22, 1S37. I Company plAin Centre both oaths of those who nftrr the Rndl l aassee! general assortment Dryf
38Cm"ADMIN1ST1TOHS'NOTICE. I ving been and confirmed tops, Ta..lcJ sq-nn :1.1 round suffering most acute .
,. Court of the fully United finally States the land by llieul.rnlle | with :Marble: topPier tu lrs IL). Dining tables( ni: long protracted illness, have been entirely restored t(. f Ht rtl:1 re and Groceries, whicn they >.
arc now o!r rd' I nml I Breakfast ; health but it does into terms.
sale. srt s single, tiMes Bureaus not enter thecc.mpieienbion! of sale on accoanlaling i
for They extend from the i Ilfnl !
.l ALL persons having claims against the estate of Apalachicola: Rivers in the Territory Marks of to the j I do. Se.ftl of nil qualitie"!, fashion prices, ftfnho"-\- many, how it possible: for botanic medicine to efie't D. McRAESf. '

t C. Fort, are required to present: embrace upwards of one million two hundred Florida thousand and I ) t ny Clkiii from $3' to S-iO e.,ch, Recking Ch.lrsof J snch wonders in the healing art, as experience hn' SAM !L. Fl: H \
tlwm properly authenticated to Messrs. Martin and t\ery description, Wardrobes of all proved then to perform but such
competent the
I acres, anI! contain some nf the first : qualities size arc TalaIla; i'rcFeh. 2111 1937. 9.1t.
cotton lands
Han, within the lime Socictarks and Book Cases facts thai
prescribed by law, or they in the southern country, upon these lanjs i is also o.Ldies'Vork! Tables! they cannot be denied. 1-- -
1\'jlllJe forever barred And those indebted to the the Florida tobacco already produced i wit'i' Marble and wood taps, Mahogany hi h post and The above medicine can be obtained of G. H. & T. Cotton Gins.

estate will make payment to them. in the atlantic markets they also favourably! known. French Be.idste.ids, Marble do. Looking 'G Iascs, a E.LINDENEKRGER, Monroe strc t, Tallahassee, I.,
arc ( cotton ins from DniaW .
I
susceptible
SOLO G.UECKOM full i n ksf>rtment of Hair Mattrasses' Florida with rame
Adm'r. and directions
for
Ced usin it.15
proper
I the richest Indian rW Feather Su.ictury '*
products t
,
April 15tb, 1837. 8\\'. corn, sugar, and in I togcilitr with ever) article necessary In lurnish : : p.xpccle daily at St.Marks1
general every article of provision. They aU a f sale! the manuf.\ turer'S "-
I rg 1- hoiiMTerms liberal March TIN WARE. Lavina, -r at J'I'T. ,
tain Bcvcnl locations of : ( 2SLh, 1 1837, 33-3m) .
TAXES TAXKS'I! I water power for nil! sites j --- -- -. --- n c.
I 't t LI. persons who have not ptid their Taxes for and very many advantageous situations for Mfnrr A CARD. ---- ;::. TilE Tin subscriber trill carry on the fvov 12 ISHC. 14lf '
\ I Ware
./ t 18;0, arc required to pay them by the fir.'.t day| ; I aw mills or. rivers and creeks in the midst of the manufacturing -- -. -
.4vr i of May nell, or I hhall pruceed elI property to sat fnestforcst of pitch pine, white and n'il! oak. JuniPT I. i .:.._'_ ness, and will at all times have en Groceries, Provisions, 4 C. j'
tile Cypress, itc. On the lands nnd 'Sr a : hand a general ortmenr, either
isfy same. AM'L. H.1JUVAL. particularly lJja.i U
-- r-. or I : LOUttThittcr, Cheese, Sn;nr, C e.
Tax tolled!*. St. Kinctnts Island which bound.-, the Aimlachicola CO.1J.Ul SlO.IJlJ'llU1J.J.YT at wholesale or retail, on .as reasonable terms as Alnrknrel.lxnc lerrips! S0-.IbiM-:

Tallahassee, .flpril lr>ib, I83C. 363wBUTTER Bay,are many thousand of the finest and largest live ., YORK. can be sold in any Southern market- N. E. Rum, W. t L Hum, Whikey'. -
1 ._ Oak' trees in the United States.-The :
Proprietors have Country merchants and others. ,are invited. to call 1 IIQ'l'obacco. p
& NAVY BRED. all united nnd conveyed the whole property to three', Oilers his services to the merchants of Alabama, and satisthemsdf'cs. Spanish Uiandy, Cojjniuc Etl\tltJy,C'P-
hoesn.1l
: 50 Firkin Northern Euttr, a first rate article. Trustee., Louis McLane, Joseph M. White, and Geoigia and Florida in the purchase* of Good k WM. H.FRANCIS. IJJfd\\iHe.'* ., i .
I 100 Hairrls Navy Bread.I ChvlenA. Davis, by whom Title Deeds arc ..xeluted. Wares and Merchandise. In the purchasing and Tallahassee Jan. 14,1837.FLORIDA 2ltf Clothing; Sotldleryv c. -
5 wbetesalo or
I would respectfully call the attention The management of(the selecting of whole stocks of goods or in All of which he ofiers,at
of company is confided assorting -
Rail-
)a dI. to L Sulf4
: I contractors to the Urcnd. the Trustees and to Board of Directors. The lat !them llavinghadlongcxperier.ee in the,purcha CLAIMS.. worelioiiic of Fcachj &' Mancr, IJi"i .

i Just received per brig Jtfldm, ,f.om Baltimore and ter will receive and promptly act on proposals j for:- ing of goods for Alabama, Georgia and Florida 1 he JOHN' DUVAL, Tallahassee, and Francis i Dec. ", 1S3S.-SO. -, JNOTICE. \ '

IcT 8_ by EDWIN \V DOUSE/., purchasing any of the properly, application may be be flatters with himself that any orders entrusted to himJwi of Washington City.''ormerl r of the I .-T subscnbew" .li.l takeL
I. -_St. MnrU, ICth Marc'.i.: 1R17. 32.tf made to Thomas Kalizcil one of the Directors at Tal him satisfaction on the part of thoje who may Treasury Department'will prosecute all claims for occupied by J"tT1
vor with their
I LONDONPOnTE lahassee, to John Carnochan, also one of the Directors business. Ne'-roeand other property destroyed or.taken off by dec.where horses w\l11te receiwd "
Refer 1
at Quincy Florida or to the subscriber in to Messrs. Oakford & Whitcomb. and Baldwin theIndians, and (or horses. &e. killed in service, or taken t 1.
: i the: ncnl costom particnlatlfattendexJ/W'
i.a DOZEN bottles received York. & Hawkins, Nem York.-Wm. for the JOHN 4'.1'
&': I 300 1 per brig Alert' city of Ktv Maner, Talla- Army P. DUVAL Horses hired on the shortest noijcf*
;&. ,: from Liverpool. For sale by It. M. BLATCHFORD. hassee, lIo.-W G: Porter, Apalachicola Flo.Craig .-- FRAKCI3 A. DICKENS. tentioo paid that will render the .present f

'. 1 TURCUTTRBETTOX. President of ihc Board of Director & Dafn, St. JosephsFlo.'VI.AlcKen! ie Feb. 7, 1837. 27-lf, I ment satisfactory to the public. }

: Feb. 23133723tf April 1st iai7: 6w : Irwinton, .- CfJlumous! NB..-Letters postpaid, directed to John P.. Duvnl, MICHAEL .LED WrY'I1_

1' Gctoher.l. 1 1C 1' .lfr Tallahassee, Florida, will be attended to. I I l Tal1aiasc'! Peb 1f1, 1.17.

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