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

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FLORIDIAN I 1 "- -. _.r. t' _'" ... -" -\... 'rm

TilE "; paekeIHof ind I-,. -
FIVE Dollars
Saturday at per
*'\vfcheJ id within every the yearl-or FOUR Dollars if THE FLORIDIAIf to oar reader;' We tear that ,tbcjT .'

1,JQ'ILUCC.t l be published in.pamphlet form, uiwfct r the
I ,
J inserted Dt One Dollar per '
fl,&?IIS: direction of Council. j'I' .
of fif.fcn. lines or less, for the fiiM m:>er- ,
f insertion. -
fur each subsequent
dJfllcenls with tbe number of Tolls
not marked CityCaauilof.Ckartcttt*.'
' jeInefltS will be continued until forbid LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE. The committee
required, of
r.'jm appointed by a aMcliar

birpei for.EJiltJr on business connected with citizens to investigate she cause* 0(' th 'lost'

_:Sihment the must be put vM._ i m\t- .n.UlurrmL &SQ Ql1W1LtB'\Yo .1L m smnBQ iT D7I1Ut2ZMU 30119 U G 'J'C m.'nnaeGiNo Q.& of tbe team packet Home d for the otbftr

I purpose set forth in the reflation WJBT

S. Sibley.ittoruoy MIDDLE FRANKLIN SUP'U which they act.'be leave *
LADE respectfully
Charles COURT. DANIEL mU middle District of Flo. just received and offers for sale REPORT
cheap :
Attachment about month after
1\ sumps'it. for our
. country a one of
. ago
as cash only, nt whole tile From the r That in
Jlfl1f"S"IOl\I\1 wmccs Attorney vs. f isiucd Magnolia, or ic- Knickerbocker Magazine. compliance wit instructioc :
OTcr! hIS rol1/'ctljJ\ ,lebl ( $ O.50. July t&ih, N E Rum French and;. //olland THE the most adventurous over-land journeys, .
Ihe ;i Brandy and fOUNGVIDOr
t.LI :
" I', .t.\w, )n JOSUDX GRANT and MS37. Returnablo to NoCIIAHI.LS of their fellow citizens, 'they immediately
01. '
".11m..C I nr .H l.cnd. nil then | Country Gin, Madciia, Malaga and .Muscat fines perhaps, ever undertaken. We hope
MidtUe 1 I \\ l'11ruJa IFiiEATOS J vcmbcrTcun, 1 IS37.rfflHE Ye bid me mingle! in tile dance, to 'obI proceeded to the of the duties ;
I n) Office next door to the Bagging and Rope Loaf Lump and Brown Su *
tain from him
thiS\ 1Jisrrirt.. .. defendant in said case, and all others in- ; ar; .iud smile among the young and gay; a full relation of his ,
In \c-slrCl.'. JI' .q. JL tercsted Cuba Coffee; Powder, 5.tot and Lei; Sperm Can- Yc that will dim signed them,.and oo Saturday evening helda
01$ J D will take nOlice of the innitmion ol say grief my glance and in the mean time present the reader with
ore J Inuarr -'tl I, 10)7. ..I.tII f said suit and ol the of said writ dim; Soap, Sarh. Bottled Cider, Lemon Syrup, An'l turn raven treats meeting in the Council Chamber which
! I,I "'. ._ __ ___ ___ issuing of attach- : &c. my gray Ihe ( brief outline :
- --- meat, and tn appear and plead to the declaration Wispier Pepper, I care not, yet 1 strive to bow following I was conthwed I adjournment this day.-
LnWolice. Hi
filed in aid action, according to the In meekness Ci) my fate; name j ii IUr II. Pratt, of Middle-
Ubsriitoi's Office is next door to his statutes in lonely I Captain Salter, Mr. Lovegreen, Capt. Hill)
P The ( and Clinton such case made and pro'idt'J.CUARL.Es STORAGE. 1 dry my tears, and my brow, borough, Plymouth county. Muss., and a
Adi-us tin-ts.
'f : Mr. and Mr. Churiea 'fire
.-uce C,.rmr\. ;3. SlDLF.T Au' Of Is receive The while my heart is desolate. ship-carpenter Hussy, -Draytoo,
', 2 I 1iimse1fprincij1Iy to the bui.trDsttd ) Pl'ff. prepared to on stoiaje, for shipment, by occupation. Having a '
11''(f'tr\un Dated 'log. 1 I. i Ift37. 5J-3m Cotton, and produce also to receive, store and of six of the passengera of the Home, appeared
to I-"" ai COWSSEI. AVB ADVOCATE, any ; When last I joined ths festive family 'lo eight children dependant
'-11 I bucjness I\S mny l Ie placed with ,I SHEUIFFS SALE. forwaid Goods and Merchandize lIe solicits I I heard-it seemed my brain throng. solely his daily labor, and with before them, and upon a-full and careful' examination. -

ATT0L hI' lianilcd to Alr-siwyi ". S. : VIRTUEoYawiit share of public pationage. Terms a.s customary A strmger "rcathf theory son upon heinA the testimony which U here
"I in)J .qierlIY, BY of Fieri lacks, issued heretofore in the 1lace.i < h.i.i ''reds of othew, thrown out by gave
/[f.>..nry.ocrupjinj( ; part of subscriber's by a Ill igisi rate, Ie\ led and rcluriud to miliy That frt he warbled in my ear. unto annexed in Ibe very worrfs in-!which
;.t,;/Ii'1 "iII'unPtllIlIrll.,1:l : : 1 it The
1.) ",! ntifinl! .the C.fiutff Appeals and t heir Leon, I t..b.11I pioceed to scil tn, tIme lii h*>il biiddi-r, I NOTICE.' What living lips c.uild imitate ? in IMuy, ho formtd the de>ijn of inking his testimony was ,

Courts' .,: Jeficison, Lelln. GaeliiJmjj before the dour of the Court House in lilt city I 01Tallaha mouths alter date \\c will apply to the 'ALd' lau liin crowds I stood! alone, two eldest bo.\ s and setting "ut for this accuracy of any judgment or opinion' which
,rli nco nliisl,hut n. ntlici Cours.: SIX Unutterably desolate. committee might form on this deeply
i In ,- J. e, county ot Leon, on the first Saturday of t ihi county}' court Gadsden county, country on foot. With him to design was to your

-,''u..ia'lv' i'a III"'j ''\ m December. next all the li iglit, title, claim and interest for a final dischaigc trom the adminisiraliou of I nvss: him by the evening hearth, execuic. his wife and interesting may be tested by a ready refer-

JAML'Sn.' WERTCOTT.Jr. of \\ illi.\l11 I D. Austin in and In the followingtract the estate of Ho.ca Wilder! laic of said county)', I miss him nt the silent meal, Placing )'oun erehlldr.u ence to the evidence on which it is founded;

" .has'_' J III!. h:_ H7:' _____ __- of Land, to wit: thlX\.giofthe i N.E 1 otsrrtion deceased. But keenest in he bower ofmirlh with a relation he started on he and that the world at and the to

- J'I..OHIU.CI.ITrs.- 13, T 2, it 2 N & li, containing 40 acres, JACOB I!. WILDER, ) AdminisWM. My joyless solitude I fiel I; 18th of may, with bU son, one aged 9 years, large, parties

I'IIFYAL.I ot'Tall.iliassoc, and Fran- moic or less, Ihm: and being in said district, to sntMfv \ILUEI. J tratora: But late I saw a happy bride, the other 6, without a cent of in his whom that evidence affixes the crime of grow

;;I]>A. Pichen.(if Washington CI1)..formerl\) ; said writ in taor of Lewis Sanders ; Quincy, May 20th, 183. -11-2GtsNOTICE. S nile fondly on her wedded mate; pocket and with other available money than a neglect in a matter .n'bicb the life! and

't Ui-naumcnt, will all Sale) will take place within the usual hours.A. -- While! I, oh would that I hid died n happiness oftbrrr fellow rrmn was so entirely
( InMMiry piosccnlc knapsack clothes and provisions and a
FISHER Sheriff. With him ho left ,
me desll.tc.Yr
Ncsroi8anil 'tltrr Mrncil 1 or dependent on their good r faith and from
iff:f.r by ih.. I Indi.uts, and for hors ".&". killed! in <'ct. I lSthlb-7.I ;; ---_.--lltdsBY I SIX week afu-r date I shall apply to the Hon- "peak of wealth-in Mammon's man carpenter's square. The first day he entered which has arisen such a mass of human suP-
-- -- -- -- -- -
. t'brn for the Arm V Groceries I orablc Jud e of the County Court of Leon Tucrc's boon I Rhode Island, where hI sold his square
.ir Groceries, not a single crave; I fering that in giving to
for Letters of the may see utterance
County, on estate -
JOIIXP. WVAL .odmilistrliol for for dollar and four
I Gold cannot hlalthc broken hcait "a quarter ha'penny
rivals from Baltimore and pence
ai ; New York
ol Win Carson, dec. N. \1. MARTIN. the voice af a violate insulted, and injured
FRANCIS \ DICKENS. 1ma recwivtd and Nor bribe the uurcturnin; grave; ," ((31 cents) \vhirh them
\e juu mire opening at October! Ic.T7.: 13-Gw procured committee have deviated
.7,!t".i7. 27-tf the Store turmoily occupied by Mr. JanisIc.Iul.. I I: cannot fill the vacant sat something to eat and lodgings. The next humanity, your not
t; -U'rsjiosl-p.'ii; ,(1''ilt%I eel t > 3.'km P. I Juilhli.ihMC him, a large} and rtuuoc assititiuriit of GIIOCLRIES.inJ Where once try: honored husband sate, from the path of truth and justice.
l t Klrtriilt" will l he attiul
- ---- the town or country trade (HI'ery accommodating ALIGHT JERSEY: WAGON, and a good Nor make ir> he me less desolate. of the afternoon, they stopped at a farmhouse the Wilntsfts.
Testimony of
Enquire ofMcRANEY
where Mr. A.
inquired iftheydid'nl
terms MZ :
Alas! the ba on which we build\
SATURDAY Oct. 21 1837.
IIAWE3.Nov. ,
& ,
accounts against the estate of HARMS pItOIs IONS.
Hopo's faiiest fabric, is but air, want some jobs of carpentering done-
nURNI:Y. late of Le.>n county, de- Sup Baltimore cured canvassed Hams 1 1837. 13-tf And l.iughs.he beast, when God has willed shelves loosened The committee appointed by a meeting
up-windows tightened -
. which shall not fof presented fully au. do dn Middlings LAW NOTICE.WM. 7o: lay hu chastening finder there. put or the citizens this day met at the Council

fltrd, within the time preset ibed by law' Baltimore New Who.it Flour A brighter happier dream than mill -doors hung or repaired-hen coops Chamber. Present-Joshua W. Toomer,

yturred. ThiMs a final notice No. I Duller and I ard M. RANDOLPI ATTORNEY .Did never love and hope create made-roof mended.-any thing in his lineto
SIMON: i TAVLUll, Adiniuibtiaior.tlS Codfi.-h, M and Cheese. I all the Courts I bowed lefore an.eaitklyshrine ; for JamesLynah, Arthur P Ilayne Wm Aiken,

l I S.-7. -IG-tf : lad\crc L1UUORS.Champaignc Middle Florida, and will attend tosuch businessas And heir en has left me desolate., pay staying over a night Certainly Henry J Harby, A G Maprnth, M I Keith
- may be entrusted to his care. Office in the building was the reply;-come in, and we'l Jel youto
Cognac, Peach, Apple and Spanish Rt. Rev. Dr. England, Thomas Dotterer,
NOTICE. llr.uidien. formerly occupied by Call and Walker. And yet not so; my soul be calm- work. So well satisfied was farmer Thomas

11. M. DAVIDSON & REUBEN SCOTT I Holland Gin, country Gin, Jamaica Rum 3th, I 1C37. 13-tt The land that smiteth will sustain; with his work, that on parting early next Rev. Srnyth, and Major William

, tIc my agents to transact any business of and Thou 'last a helper on whose arm Laval.
Mouongnhtli common WhiskeyTOBACCOES.
he his
filled with
iG.idsdcn: county. Mr. Davidson is also au- Treasury Department, Florida, Th mourner never leaned in vain. morning knapsack provi. Captain Sailer-was a passenger in tho

.d to receive and jm the debts of the late firm Superior old I Principe" Cigars. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, ) O nay that arm the pilgrim guide sions lo last through the day. That after Home. When she left New York, tho weather -

U.\l'r lon: and Wilder. Cuba k 24lh Oct. 1837. } B' the itraight path and narrow gate, noon he stopped in like manner and met with
"\1. 11. WILDER.lachicob : la\n\ I To*here the loved in bliss abide, '1: was fine; when the captain left he took
Fine Cut chewing 'O papers it hereby given to .luctioneers, Tax he same reception; nnd thus he continuedall
1st 1837. 5-2-dn NOTICE md hearts no more are desolate. : a pilot, but he dismissed the pilot before ha
August Complete assoitmcnt of chewing and other tobacco and others charged with the collection tho to Buffalo Lake Erie. Sometimes
on -
----- -- ------ I' .ihecauau, Scotch, JJ' l apK.-e] Snutf. of the public rene, thnt suits will be commenced way reached the Narrows. When off Sandy

L persons TOTICE.iiIiin the limits of the ,Gunpowder. I IInptrit, & Hyson I Teas. against all who are in default after the 30th WE LIVE TO LEARN."-It is of ]little I II in rainy weather, he would remain a ,I Hook he ran thu vessel on shore-this was

| Loafnd Lrwn Sujar, Jfolassos of November ensuing. L. A. THOMPSON, I. day with his host, and on two or three occasions -
Corporation of the city of T.lah'slire: ; And. Pub. consqucnce what people learn, unless they in tbe evening,when daylight was in the sky,
j Rio Havana ColTee coarse and line .Jcc'ts. received few for his
notified to cleanse the tame on or before Sa. I Cotton b Bagging and\ Bale Rope. o\1 The Pensacolfc Gazette, St. Joseph Times, and learn Jiscretion. Here i is a world that. has a shillings ser- having left the city about 4 o'clock, P. M.;
m-xt, the I 1'Jtli inst.of all nuisances calculated! vices but the whole amout added
.( JiM'ti&e17.: weeds, tra.Ii, or filth of I liluom liaisons, Churiilutc, almonds, 'fu3tar.l.a... I' Jacksonville Courier. will give the nbove three in- been 'tinning on almost! six thousand years.Gcntrulion ; together boat lay ashore four or five hours till! flood
every I iter and butter Candles fh\eel'OJI. L'L dcitions, and forward their accounts to this office fur of money that came into his hands up to the
wit All LOTS not Attended In by tI&ebors Crackers. Sperm succeeded generation, and each tide. Saturday night, weather god; Sunday
Lamp Oil, Powder Shot, ttr. tr--FOi : time of his arrival at Chicago. did not amount -
stipulated will t> c'c.tnsod' \ the hands nile ( t'apnem.
c >y -- piofu ivd by the City CorpoiatuMj for th'at purpose, i s-le bv G. H. MT.E.LINDENBERUER.: AUMlNiSTKATOK'S :No -: to five dollars. On reaching the Erie
:j Tali.ilussfc O -t. 21, Jl-tf cudcJ it-and yet after all, how small is the rise the wind north east. Sunday evening
jrjred to the ountraof: ]Join; and in ex tin I -_ LL persons having claims against the estate Canal he endeavored to work a passage for
.*.I lIt t l'eIU ill;; to |uy for ail work, the lots 3IISS PAHKOTTE I _t tL of the late S. S. Peeble, are requested t.tires ptogiess of the human mind in the essential his driving tho horses himself butfinding about 10 o'clock; Captain kept( tbe lead

'vjlj at public auction f.'r the payment of theS. I (nt them to the subscriber,properly auther.ucated, prfiitiplcs, of true \\idom. Age after age boys by : : ; I going during this night; witness cautionedthe
PEfTFULLY ; would him in food he
; the Citizens ofTall.th.is.ec this not keep
I and its inlrl" that her SK.MINARY within the time prescribed by law, or they will b has recorded the history of its followers for captain that he was steering wrong, S S
H.CObllTNCV vicinity, of left the canal and resunwd the pedestrian
.. "e, Au;. 14, 1S37.: 2 City JU. r.tul., : for Yotsii Lo irwill commence on bared rccovcryALEX FORMY DUVAL, the itudy posterity, but the lessons: have On arriving at Buffalo his offer Wand W by S. At daylight on Monday

-- ------ .-------- i! Monday! October 23d: I, in the Rooms lately O'CU'1 Adm'r of S. S. Peebles, dec'd. bee successfully read and uniformly forgot journey. found the vessel on lee snore, and breakerson
lg I UJ 6J g 1J..l l3 IIi pied by 'I ms. C he\1.III.l" a Seminary.The I i to work his passage to Detroit was readily
How ] Beam
I Sept.23,1837. 7_ ten. few read the history of the past lee ; witness still expostulated; the

Offers for sale, on accommodating :,. embrace} instruction pursued Kn ill this institution"lso the will I! STOKAUK: AT MAGNOLIA. wiLl a view 10 profit by the examples it con- accepted; and upon landing at the latter I land then made was 40 or 50 miles west of
u-rms,his HOUSE and Lot,situated :(complete lilu :10 resumed the with cheerfulness.
on1oimroe place
\ Street, in the city of "l'Il1nhas.ee. dem L'Ujijiuqrs. MUSIC' Drawinc Painting-, I I T/fii sul-scribeis will receive on storage for ship tans human weakness and human crime. tiamp great Cape Halteras. The Captain then had to

The Lot measures 110 feet liontifiet Fancy NetdUWork.. ncnt, Cotton or other proJuce; also goods and mer- The story misfortune, awakens a tC.! P0 In passing over the prairies of Michigan press the vessel I by steam and canvass, and

icar. The hou-e is a convenient, spa. Thv prt.'cn I lerm wil open Monday, October]j I chandizc' *nJ forward with punctuality -despatch. rsry iuterest, but- how few search carefully they one day attracted the notice ofa and with a side wind, in the trough of the
and comfortable residence, independent oimrtion JJd: and close) July comprising forty weeksj Any uiness er.lrus>ted I tp their care: will!:"C1' inimeJiate coniany; of stage passengers who insis-
' which is now occuoied as Fancy j The term divided in-o four sessions, each succeeded atenuon. Their terms will be the San:: t into thcjr causes with a view to avoid them ; the sea; such was the press on the vessel, the
.J5 boys a lift and accordingly -
by holidays of half \\c'ko Ii heretoI>rc. From lorg experience in business The narrative of sufferings produces its ted upon gi witness considers this the cause of her

&!1.-o offers for sale his unimpiovcd, let, on I!I TERMS.For they hope to meet with a share of public patrnage' effect. the who momentary of took then; on ten miles to the dining springing a leak afterwards.

iJoo, Direct, measuring 160 feet Jiontbv 180 lui'ion i in all .!".jiirt!inputs of English studies J.&N. 1IJ.ULIN. upon heart, but house, where they also gave them their dl- After had the Wimble
j jmbscriber
j per year of lor.\weeks, S">0Hi), for those over 1'J lla lnlia. Oct. 7, 1937. 9-Ci us traces up the links of the chain which contribution for them ef they passed shoal,

, will also dispose of his entire j jm years ol age ; .those over H, and under 12, $-10', BARRELS Peach connects them with their parent folies and ner, and made up a In demand Captain S. advised Caot. W. to doulJ.L
Trade, comprising a most ;eiieial as!oituf ,and for those under 6, S'K: ); half payable in ad- Go 50 Pirc cs B.igiiir, Brandy Whiskey. profit by study. 62 1-2 cenls. Finding lauorer* great shoals, and not go through the inner passago

Fancy .and Staple Hood, Gro'ntAare -, \'.jmc.Modern. .,I A Lot of Twine, ;" in this Slate, our accommodating pedestrian -he did so.
had read the works and
Grocerye.. &<'. His Stock is large Lauirunci's: ; <:< h per year pir 1 >/(O. 20 Bas Coffee, \hoc\'cr historyof worked one day in the prairies; at After they had double the shoals, Capt.
, Dma MIII Painting $ !0JWusir I Zenophen has aJinitod the discretion
ell assoricd uith such well 7.:1" more -
goods a.s are SHW [; Spanish and American Scgnro. fur which he got $1 59, and on an- S. j: "nd ikeu>cie steering N N W, and his
icmi. _
_. .. mowing
*! .
< 10 the market. )1 lit I SlOIC OIIU gut ... .1 .. with which his and fancy invest-
paitKtilais apply! to 11 J. Hackle-! or Hugh Embioid.-ry ttiid Worsted Pluwrr.s, and woik;, $7.tiAI'EltIAL4EX1'IA. I \ R.J.IACKLfY, eu me brc.u> oyrus:genius me mauuru ..M.V.U I "* i..r ii.iv ihou h anxious" to 'get onh ItQ8ttnVIUI, H:;tt the vessel had sprung leak

" r.mv. authorised nent. Tnllahasser, O-'. 17, J837. 1.11i i he displayed himself. The son of Philip ol stopel tolay ii uu..nour. Y.u l". ro -witness advised the course N W, and that
Each Yjung Lidy to find her own Vand and J ceipts to his entering Chicago, as before
Win. MiNElt.sha.sce I Macedon, though trained in the school ol r up! an immediate search be made as to the cause
Dec. 7, IS3G. 18tlIrdical chair. 1 1Boaidmg i stated, did not amount to five dollais. At
u_ _ ___ _____ Cl1 be had for the pupils at the Scm- the ablest politician and soldier of the age,, of the leak. After a search with the captainin
College of Geolgia.i i iC mai y and in g< ntecl puvate fam.hes. i t was better than an ad.entlrls Chicago he worked a week by \\hirh his tho fore hold, witness took Capt Hill, and

..ittenium, will I b. to the ..Mind and I lmslltle was so far replenished to enable
mr e ol Lerluies in this II1sLl'U lon vJ1ri'unie'J Every paid boasted wisdom of Athens purse no took! up some of tbe flooring in the ladies'
oil tli: third :M.u,l..y (ICt'j': ) of next i, Mtinneis of the Young Lades committed to the I STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA. : him to reach here much richer than ho left cabin there found
r.ti., 1 l Ic continued as u-uilltl the Ian '.' I charge: 01! M.K-S Parioit, and it \\.I In- her churL to dtivcllcd down into eflVmtnancy, and termi.: Massachusetts.He ; they so much water, that

The ht of April, mnsteal I ot the il inl \''ed.'of meiitthc appiniiatMii; : of her and patrons. V HlUE bubsciblr Mill continue the Storage and nated in batbarism. And Home had scarcely : I the trunks were u a___float____to__ sent____ Cant_!_, _HiJL__ t.<.*
Young Ladic- disconnected with the Seminary, B Commission business at this |pl.lcc uiudl, arrived in Peoria on tho 15th of July, muster tbe bail
thi: monthill be commencement t1f\.v.'rufes'rs a learned to rule the world belorc she ceased passengers to ami they formed
il desued inMiurJiou in of the amid will advance cash on Cotton stored with them having walked with bis da'of
a re, c.m receive any boys up wai one line-this
branches. for shipment to ". York, New Oi leans, orClnrlrs- to rule herself. a was about four or five in the
D. of thousand miles without
DIII.1IO1. Anatomy to
' 1i.i'imiscEs-Gen. Brown Ju,' Randall Gov. Ihn, and attend with promptness and despatch to Demosthenes covered himself with glory : once appealing afternoon.
s 1).tn) ,., .'. 1). (formerly ol Charleston,) of : gc I the of the benevolent for shir-
a -trv and Vim 'Cluac)'. Call, Col. Bulei.Tallah i ill business entrusted to their r.ire. 1 hey flatter in the forum, nnd with disgrace in Ihe field. sympathies a Witness called on the engineer, and be

A. Ln'1., U. tll Theraj-utics and Matcrialira. I ,issce, UCI, Hth, 1837: 10-4w themselves, from their experience in business, tul. Cicero with his eloquence turned even Caesar ling, and accepting nothing, save in his said his pump was out of order-be had previously
> and liberal sh.i !
rit f.rei\'e I re public patronage. in the contribution his I
Their charges f. from his and fell a victim at last stage to told witness she could deliver 20
t\t as ,
tM.I :,'\*tllo1., : D. (just returned from I IluUof TO I'UllLIC. Iw'it purpose I boys, without rendering what was deemed a .
barrels in
TiE Storage of Cotton for 25cts per bale .to rreaolution and weakness. Sallus delighted a minute.
) 1'1IY"IIII.ify; nnil I'atholdsic.il Anntoiny.Furil It is due tf I ROTT to s'atc, that. the Maikmgqnd weighing, racli 61 fair equivalent. Like a genuine son of the
M. I I. if It.siitulcb of \1( ici'lC and chirges in her school, both in their present reduced the world with his splendid encomium I About one hour afterwards, the first mate
Filling Mils of lidin 50 eta seLL he bus much
pilgrims too thrift
U1)| per
1:1',1 Juriiprudence.F.Eu and in their ui ritual form, were deicrromrdby First month's storage on goods, ll\\ its bbl upon virtue, and wrote them in the Salluslian sponge, came to witness,and begged him to look after .

-, \1. U. of Principles and Practice of the advice of her friends In the first instance, E.ich succeeding month, 6i [pCI i palace which he had built and decorated with and too much independence to ask or ac- the helm; he was sorry to say the captain

'1 a lend was co-'sulted, who having children to BENJ. CO. cept favor. On the day of his arrival he
BYRD & intoxicated.
the fruits of his rapine and injustice. And If that is the cue (said
Inn n.haltl .1!. ]IJ of Theory and 1'ractice of '
educate, from of delicacy a higher surprised lo in old
17th 1337.
Oct. was
!tr"" ,:, I rate than ( roll'e. would justify; and .mime mat- .Magnolia--, ----- --- 12.tJ the lives of the Persian Emperors downward see our streets an witness) I'll go and take charge of the boat.
'3ry. M. II (,f f ObMrtrif-s nn.l Disease* of ler in consequence being sulmlleJ lor rtcoiisidera- GROCERIES. from the Augustan age afford but one con rough townmal, Mr. Brooks of Went ta the wheel-heuse; saw Capt."White,

IIICbilllt1ll1'allll! I lon, In: iindi i signed j alter" atureicidid !ell\eratilJj',dc- have just received from New Oilcans tinued the and fully the firm of Brooks .V Cogswell, merchants1. who was laying down his head;ho said, Capt.

'henry l P.obi: rt, Prdsprtftr_ upon; thim.- present rates,as I he lowest r.Ilnc'ion WE lVOICI of Bacon, Claret 'Vine. Madeira of human commentary upon. misery The latter on hearing his adventures, said White, I have come to take uf the
t ii; ':full ctmr'r, the ei-Jit tnkt-ts, irl0D l ( make. It with greatness.how charge
which it s : to is
in reason pcw-ibb Wine, Pickles, Whiskey, JJcwhich we will sell that boys who travelled so well as they had "
I flflII'tIH Lion, once, 1UMatriculation I real pleasure that und.'rs.gnct. our this explanation : low for little t"der ages have profitted by boat as the mate says you are drunk. After
tH done deserved and them
: once, 1 and rc.oIIDent.: 10 patronage .
I Piploma. 30 follow citi/en--, 1 seminary in which the hi1i rri'irril July 21), 1837. 51 little, men I learn from the experience of into his store presented them with a suit .f lay his head down upon the lee side.
}prncuirs 4c. s
I F. EVE, fU\II of Facnliy.hista cipnl: i<> sudii icnJ guarantee to f lie pupils for the ac(1Ui"itj NOTICE. others, i is seen every day. With nil thygiItings Soon after his arrival Mr. P. said he must Witness then run the vessel on shore, as

GII. Auff. 7. Gui i ).\ ofull that is useful und ouiaincntal' in polite ALL persons indebted to the estate of William get understanding," the wisest of I soon as he. could see any place less affected

-: .-- -'-- cdueltOI. late of Leon county,deceased, are requested and the least heeded by mankind. go and look at the country and take up a with the purge und after Capt. Hill had told
I precepts
uitlib atir bl.all
< aie
|I'reellt my a- make immediate and those, claim. So he oil his
Thomas Randall to payment; taking boys
.stared him the leak had
"unin and \ouchcjs ni uJuiini"Unt..r the Now all ll'is is not the result of natural increased so much that she
said no'i-
uf II iris Uuincy late ol l.f
f r a disrj.i.-c.. SIMON T.JVLOll. I IJI Francis Eppcs, prescribed by law to the subscriber,or they will b The difficulty i is, that it i is: not permitted to acknowledges:himself under many obligations quarter of a mile from the breach; the water
H 1In.: 3'i-Gm
- -- ; .-.--.-- Richard Ilaywatd, forever barred. WILLIAM LEE, ..Alin'r.JulyM rule-it is hut one branch of the government.The tojClmrles; D. Powell Esq. for his kind- was about a foot above the cabin floor.

' ( "l IIKsuWritiers -:. Itobert J. Ilachley.0 Itfl7. 51 passions divide the empire wiih; reason ness in showing him the country, and his On leflcctioir, when witness t.ok charge

hjvu. luiu.ctl a 'l.arll1cr. Ort. -2-2, t 1M7 J'iTallihiNM I advice as to his future operations. He of the
NOTICE. --and man i is by which ever boat, about 4 o'clock. the engine was
hip, "i.i hciealiei conduct the IJ,ug busnt.suane : -- - - --- -- I :governed power ibinks .in of his advice. of
ofSTEWART c Jocko}' Club aces, persons holding claims agiinst the estate has Ihe ascendancy for the time. pursuance buying working bad, and on inquiry he was told by

V RAU\AIU). Hm7. ALL George Cadweli, late of Jackson county, Il i is amusing and instructive, sometimesto a claim near Charleston 16 miles west of the engineer that the water from the leak

shop will be (0.1111.1.11 the .ld 1 1-tnnd formerly ; I ILL commf-iice. o-i: the, thiid Wednesday in deceisul: are within required ih-i lo time present them,by duly law authenticated or- listen to tho colloquies between: the rival here, and another[ for his brother in the same was extinguishing the fire, and it soon did s o

[ltd by !Ir. M H. Peikiu'-' npptisiic tIme iiurUae four Dtcembcr next, the 20ib, and continue this notice,will be plead in bar prescribed of '; recover-. parties. neighborhood. lIe is offered a quarter section -and it was two or three hours before tbe-

.IIYs. with timber half
.') \I il! keep full a.v-unmuit Medicines, 1st />jy, Wo'in-Mlay swecj.fctake for three Those indebted to said estate ale required to make I see now a youth silting under yon tree; mile prairie from it, for, $100.a quarter lie has seven brothers vessel stranded_ that they bad no'use of the

I henicaN PatentJ'didl1C"! *, K" ., antitheuleh'c' )'.IJr' Idn., Florida. COlb. one mile heats, fciibscripM.n immediate payment to the sllbsriber. .Wm'r. his brow upon his hand. He i is, ponderingthe steam.

to 'ell nolhin but genuine ant3. 8100, (rf'1 The COlA tu be imed: the ALEX. TURNER, C-2m path of his future life. Reason i is point- all of whom are inclined to come here, Was there any cause inourview't.cauMtbe ,

IUWIiTEW AWl', M. I 1). day In fore tt r.we.To Sept. 1 15ih, 1837. : and only wait for his, report of the country; defect of
and valley the the time
ing him to the long, pleasant quiet pump at of the
this there
|f EDWARD BARNARD---- and vwccpstakeh arc five subscribers, MULES FOR SALE.THE :. unambitious life-recommends industry to make up their minds on the subject. Thisis ieak ? .

TI.WARE' ;:; dllc,1 I" Subscriber offers for sale a team of six altogether favourable. Mr. P. says the He did
Day, ThunH1aJ'-j. y Club Purse, S2jO, frugality and temperance ; that not no\v. The common
urges pumps
THE .u "criber11 carry on two mi'c I ; cltranf'c 3'23 ; fiee f>r rate MULES. Theyare younjand well land in this country is tho best he ever saw-
: : any nag u that path there are comparatively but few were going all along by the aid of the
'tile Tin Ware manufacturing ow in d in the Territory of !' lond j,or in the adjoin. broke. The wagon (madeby Watson oCYorlPa.) I is delighted with his prospect-has not seers pas

business, and will at all times ing counties of Decalur Thomas und Lounden, in and the gears may also be purchased. trials and temptations-that is from the disquietude the day since he started that he was he sengers.

huve (,n hand general assortment the State Georgia, before. the 6l'st.lay October BAKER JOHNSON. and the mischances attendant upon sorry As to the structure of the beat, he saw.so
either wholesale IIru Tallahassee, Sept. 1st. 1837. 4-tf set out-and was only sorry he had not stai- much
at of
1837.3d every other course-that he may spend his her defect, that be was satisfied be
icasonnble terms as can be sold in Day, Friday-Jockey cub purse, $:JOO; three ted long ago. He says hundreds are anxiousto fore her
NOTICE. wreck
days in and contentment, ifhe but that she was badly built.
kern market- peace
fr? alwve. wi
mile heats; cntiancc 30. rce R leave old Massachusetts for the country;
merchants and others are invited lo 4th Day, Saturday-Proprietor's Purse, handicap raillESUBSCRIBER intending to remove from listen to her counsels-enjoying all real He does not think that the grounding on
1 ( sale valuabletract compelled to desert her. In the ship-yard
the offers
ikfy themselves- $200; one mile heats, three best in five; entrance JL LAND frotQ Territory situated about, six or miles a from Tallahassee sweets of life, he will experience but few of the Hook caused the leak-but the clawing
I at New Bedford, last workmen got'2a
WM. FRANCIS. g20. Free as ubovc. 400 its vicisitudes. He listens and bis judgment year off the lee shore with a gale not sufficientto
Lake Jackson ,
near ,
|a-jep Jan U, 187. 23tf Non-'he Swecpsukcs for three year old, acre. day, this year not fifty cents; and where a
cleared and under cultivation.He leak
-- ------ mile heats, 150 of which are is convinced. a good vessel. He thinks now tbar

CL\G & SUJTOIEIt GOODS. three mile_leal and And. the mere. Posutakcs.being' no_ .UUUU"U.'_..__ _,___, also offers for sale the growing crop and stock, But then ambition raises her hundred men were then employed, there are captain was intoxicated, More or /ew/ever.
not \'oice-an
Subscriber has just received from New were of this and a set of Blacksmith tools a..d arming utensil:, not ten now. In some of the New England
out of the Territory of Florida the spoils and a gin. she b an eloquent declaimer. points uince be led New York, as ne man in bia

k a and full Jlcrino assortment Cloths Bombazines Black Green, Mant and meeting ''IUue confined to Florida owned Nags;in: colon tract was formerly owned by Capt. H. F. hIm to the path of enterprise and talks of towns one thousand men could be counted sober senses would run down with a'N-E

with t.IIC exception of the adjoining counties Simmons has on it a valuable mill seat, and from I who were working for 25 cents a day, and wind. This
ihmenetts, and Summer Cloths, of a va- wealth and glory, and renown-tells him 01 impression is derived frame
louts fortress and Frock Coats. ZLbra Georgia its location possesses other considerable ad vantges.! others for their board only, while $5 and$10 review .C till that has
lC7Gentlemcn to form a new Jockey the i the pleasures of the world-interests happened.
For tenDS apply to tbe proprietor on plantation. month coo idered liberal
I While Cambric London ribbed a are wages.
Drills Club, are requested to meet at the City Hotel, in THOMAS SIMSON. with isolated example of success, until he From the manner of her beario at An..
-- --
H, Stripe' and Plain Checks and Car- We know when have been g
lit. Lawn Linen, Satin faced welting &c.. Tallnbax-scc.. 8 o'cUck, on the Kveninj previous! August 25th, 1837. 3-tf (feels himself ashamed of this humble coun not we more and the rapid manner in which it was bfofeoio
to IJIC Races, for the of organizing the interested in a relation of personal tail and
5. a great variety of Vesting, Linen sellor, and gives himself ambition.It pieces, ho considers her unpctfect structure
same. NOTICE. adventure than in this. which have hastily -
liars and Bosom A general assortment I The Rules of the old Jockey Club will govern is not that reason is absent, bu that wo undoubted. A good and faithfully'built
Also extensive weeks after date, application will be made yet faintly attempted to oo pa-p r. We
V. 4 c. an assortment of put
untill a new Club 'a orgaize. SIX the the Court of the the passions of his are more powerful. was not so loon to be broke ta pieces
County countyof hear
.Judy made Clothing Fnpnetir.Tailtimassee Judr rejoice at seeing such men come'among us.
h chare upwards of two hundred Bomhibei Leon, of administration on the estate .' We live to learn, yet what shall we -she broke up entirely in about one hour.
October IRth 1837 Htf$ who will assimilate -
[ Merino, Crape, Camblet, White '- of tbo1 Elijah Harvey, of said county. learn with such counsellors, but I to know They are: die' K.ICAZ. GaIT -' The three boats could not in .calnt weather
COUNTY COURT.3oialz A. FORMY DUVAL. Illinois. to New-England, in her intelligence I '
tn Linen Dress and Frock Coats, Round- LEON the and the have accommodated more than thirty

IItl and vests of every description, made PA.sen, 1 Assumpsit :, AlUchmentfor Sept 1 183. 7 right, yet Trenton wrong pursue. tlxrft, enterprise,- and good. merals. -be thinks the leak ceold have

-t fashionable manner which he i_ dis. I > Summon ad res. for t80 6
ell very reasonable for cash or approvedJ. Willi Alston, ) Returnable t March Term; 1837 NOTICE. been kept undtr if the pump had btar ra
i- the wul meet a cordial welcome.
J. BIRGE. in and all others In* parsons having demands against the estate -, !.-
defendant ( caw ALL From the Peoria (Illinois) Re&uttr.A'TRUEYANKEE. order.Mr.
merchants and othtrs withinf to pur THE will take a of the institution of .William Bryan;deceased, late of J ksD egreen-Five' minutes after four
I firvi it to their interest to call at the nt county;are requested to present them immediately, From thi Charleston Courier.
,bl l!b lIt. said suit by attachment and aord-ld tyar. pioperly and those Indebted t nuke An immigrant from Massachusetts, of STEAM' PACKET HOME. o'clock left New Y.rk twenty minute* after

"see April ifl, 1837. 38tf rcqui.re t appear according pa Estate 1to leh' caw autheDtie I IMARTH middle age,and very respectable appearance We baveobtained the whole proceeding five o'clock struck'on tbe middle glottod...

T.-250 acks salt, for kale by I made and cs provided DUVALk- ALLEN, ..!BRYAN Adm'r.Adm'x. stepped into our office, accompanied by his of the:committee.appointed at a meeting of Captain made no effort to baekh.r off,hat,tu

.-.3, .??. R' 11. BERRY 73, September 85th, 1837 .1() (o pUf Sept. Hi( 1537. 6 son, almost nine years old, en Iooday.r .- itizens, on the subject of the loss of the press her forward one of the boilers'foI

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cause not kno'wn, was much out of the Captain said it was only an accident to to introduce some plea against the final sentence duct; from' his youth( has been! in my estimation sweeping away the buildings ttfiich are thinly Tfie cfofcr had broken out at '(

order At about 9 o'clock perceived a pilot one of the cocks-and the consequent escape of condemnation. It cannot avail them without reproach. .scattered.over them, and.destroying stockto not f city buf on board lb sbi

aboard; 20 before 11 got off the ground by of the water. No further matter occur before an impartial world. The place on Wra: \VttIGHT. a.large amount war. P 0

the paddles; the pilot said we had better return red worthy of notice but the vessel l lay a- which the vessel grounded, was not exposedto NEW YORK, Oct. 27, IS37.Tne : 'The Tetian Congress, principally compo- SPA!?!.

to N. York--the circle round the moon; Hound about 4 or' 5 hour During Satur- any violent action of the waves The' following statement which i is from }tr. sed of new members but From Madrid the advices by letters **

the ktsrm was brewing, and the pilot used day night and Sunday about noon nothing weather was mild, and every man acquaintedwith Bloom a fireman on board the Home, is certainly nothing of importance had been acted upon. down to the 18th. The state of *

onto; expressions to the captain. This pilot remarkable oC'currcd-\\ the wind began the locality, will be of the opinion, thatto favorable to Capt. White and in ju' Gen. Rtisk had proposed to call on the Secretory contfritft*. Don Carlos was at Guad.k I

came oil board after the vessel got on shore; I to freshen, and the gale commenced. The a sound and seaworthy vessel, that acci- tice to him ought to be made l>uLli: of Treasury for an account of all A telegraphic despatch brings in for
tho pilot continued till ciosscd Sand her dent should have caused serious the Land Scrip which had been issued-lo to the 20th. Don Carlos had marched
they vessel continued on course-on Sunday no damage I was on and off as w ( every two b a
Hook, and whvn ho was about to leave the : night, between 10 and 12 o'clock, witness To one already weak and unfit to contend) hears during Sunday night. Every time 1 whom and for what purpose issued-by I Guadalajara: ; Espartero came up wjtj. ,

vessel, witness naked him in take him with with tho other passengers were alarmed by with cWy of the accidents of the element in was called called from berth, I saw,can- whom, and what had become of the proceeds rear-guard on the 10th and put it to *

him if he ) direct New of reaching which she? vtaS placed hate my ;-likewise, that (he balance of this t I i The CarT sfs retreated by Renera.
was going to York as the violent cranking the vessel-on some injury may tain /rhite./% On each occasion he was ,1

he expected a storm, and slid not wish to the deck, to which many of the passengers been occasioned; fcach a pretence would amount standing by the wheelhouse with his speaking .. Scrip, if nol sold, together wilh( tile agents I evening of the 20th it was reported at

stay,; en board the vessel' ; but as the pilot hurried, witness found every thing in to the admission of the fact of prior trumpet in his hand. He was not drunk, authorized to dispose of it, he recalled. rid that another and more serious .

intended to stay out, he remained on board. much disorder-In particular, he observed unseaworthiness, and the knowledge of her I but appeared very much fttigued-nearly The propriety of removing the scat of I mcnt had taken place, in which the Ctir

Made good progress;; till 12 o'clock, M. the braces, running parallel with tie! wheels true condition, if known to any, must have beat out', and scarcely able to stand. Had (government to the vicinity of the pfiblic: I. were defeated.

on Sunday; strong breeze N. E. increase' ; fore and aft, had slipped out of their shoeat been known to her Captai i, the agent of the I he been affected with liquor I certainly shoud lands:, had been warmly discussed und it. The report that the British, prisoner) tjV

till sunset; gale then commencing. both ends. The Kitchen home and upper owners-the man whom they had; placed in I i have known it, from seeing him so olen-! was tho opinion of the members generallythat at Ardaoin had been! shot, i is confrme. 7?

Monday mr.rning-heavy topping seas- works on the forward part of the vessel i the responsible office of protecting, by his ', Tho keg of liquor spoken of in some of the the measure lout
boat laboured very much--braces broken, all started Things went on in this way till skill, prudence, and care, so many.Itue.l. and accounts, was brought from the cabin bar adjournment of the present ses-ion. I: :

panel doors,&c. tumbling of their places. 1 the following day (Monday) aboilt five I cherished lives Here, if any injury wa received by order of Mr- Hunt, chief engineer, for The cups of Texas:, we are pleased to Pon-ft'Gir..

All the upper works working out of their o'clock in the afternoon oQ'IIattcras Shoals: I it became the Captain to return to the his men, as they were wet and fatigued. I learn, bill lair to yield very hountilillVhi'h The Advices: from Lisbon are to the 204

especially, as from the evidence of One will materially assist that ; republic to The Queen presented (to her loving jubjer.
places; the boat bending in serpentine motion when witness heard that in consequence of |port drank from the keg myself. 1

; witness requested the captain to turn the incdmpeiency of the Captain, Captain of tie, witnesses, the pilot told (him he apprehended --- ---- recovering from the embarrassments always I young prince on the 19th-the new tQ

into the Chesapeake\; Hampton Roads, us SALTCR had taken command of the boat-- ) the approach of !stormy weather. But From the Chnrlu:11 C'1ri r. attending the struggles of 1 new country for is Ilescribcc as being "handsome" as his ril-.' I
to proceed-Saturday night and Sunday till Prom Flurida.-Tlm U. S. steamer independence. as plump as his motfier.
he thought the gale would continue 48 hours Captain S. and Captain HILL, then immediately -
-the captain said no, he would proceed examined inlu the cou 'iioll: of the boat, noon, the weather was propitious;; but on the I Poin.sett, Capt. Trathen, arrived yesterdayfrom The Telegraph, speaking of the appear- S.ildauba] had marched to the North {) I
af'crnoon of Sunday the rose and the hours ance of the members, )-"We notice a and crossed the Douro, taking up a J
Black Creek, in 24 siiys I
along the coast t, as the weather would modu and found she was in a very leaky condition. I wint. : furnishingthe S
increased -.Ind duriiis night from them proportion of'grey heads* position on the.ri ht bank. Count Bomb
rate They immediately all the to gale : latest intelligence of the operations: in inong a large
put passengers
:: the of thoCaptaiu of tried abilities and 11'e was pursuing Ilt. other intellfircntii/
Sunday to Monday incompetently that ali men integrity* :0
Made'-false Capo" between 11 and 12 the pumps= bill they 1 fojnd the pumpinca- quarter. 0
awful and portentous- insiitficiencv also but few this Consider moment.
and notice
o'clock A 2\1,kept to the wind, about SSE; pable of discharging the water fast enough, tlC From a statement whi'h has been furnished rctnoss; we
of : !t barque began to bo de learn that Monday the 23d an Congress will afford XFYonr Oct. 3QI.tTER .
got among the breakers on Wimble shoals and they got buckets, which the passengershad us we on indiatiol
.al about 1 o'clock, P :M; 3, scvciu breakers in use-which they continued till a short veloped.I The Captain did not take the proper thirty more Indians were 'taken, by a body but f fc'w, possibly none of those most base, FROM FRANCE.

tumbling towards them; Capt. U"Into .aid, it time before they stranded/ at which time the couise- :the morning be had got so far ol len moving South, near the spot here most irrovellinjr, and most despicable of creeping The Havre packet Albany arrived !>s

is all urcr.Witness. water was two feet or more on the cabin west, as to be near a Ice shore, and /found it Oseol.i was captured. things,-dinnken legislators.' evening, with Paris journals to the 30th, of

to haul ui|) to the wind to clear the On the made of five \V e make the : September. Ti-ey add nothing of
said! no, hoist the nib; and he necessary 24lh a capture 1\'i. snhjoilctlxtracts mount t

made the mate and two men hoist it. The floor.Did not observe much of dipt. I\ IIITC's breakers and to weather Cape laleras-.l more Indians: all of whom were hI ought to A ywung lan has just anived fiom time to our advices by the Oxford, except info.

Unit cleared the shoals, and threw her into conduct till :Monday afternoon. He was operation very trying to the strent:!( St.: Augustine, and placed in the Fort. salt lakes near the Ilio Grande, states, that mation of two defeats sustained by the Car-

tio! trough of the sea, S K and by E;, which then lounging about the wheel house, appa- vessels, and in ill instance believed tn have The captives brought in !seventy-nine negroes near this river he crossed an immense trail of lists, which were mentioned in tlie Londoi

been one of the principal causes of the fatal the Camanches, who have recently rtllre'cl.. papers of the 30th, but which prove to four
thc boat', and caused her to leak, rently inattentive to the vessel. This: he belonging to ttifli rent citizens. The
when the true course was S and by \\', as he thinks was after Captain S. had the com leak which ensued. A little further on Iris Ponies rode by Oseola and his:i party were from their expedition into the Mexican tern been mot,) serious than was represented ;i

believes. mand. Immediately after tho vessel struck, course, he eh'ihi.. vessel among the Wimble bioughtto St.' Augustine, together with about lory: be states that these Indians must have those journals. One was the affair/ oflh I H>j J

Shoals, where losing his presence of mind carried, oil nearly a thousand] horses. September, between Espartero
Next: notice was the sounding on Cape she began to go to pieces-and in about one 50 rifles. The latter were loaded and rear
and his se\f-confidence\ be was about to give ColunclVharton informs us that Bustameiitt guard of Don Carlos; the other between
Hatteras, 10 fathoms on the outer shoals hour she wa.. a total wreck. From; the parts' ;primed, ready: for immediate ne.Jen. a
up alias lost--and was rescued and arousedfrom continues t,) threaten Texas with an division of six i thousand Carlists.andthefotr
( .
5 o'clock.In of,he wreck which flouted on shore, and Hernandez has moved South, to
his perilous alarm by the enemy and invasion. I He has made loan of live millions under General Oraa, on the in &
the mean time, witness het nli the boats which he examined he considered her build make what discoveries he could, and take. 2.J .Li
of of the! After escaping of dollars from and the former were to the tout with
as i.tanC one passenger! the priests is nowcolicctiti put
icady for use. Deepened water to 15 fathoms so \ 'callhal she musl always} have been nu- any stragglersPhilip Cocooche and! a .
this, ((111 third iJaiigwr into( which his forces high, on the Rio Grande. loss. The army of Don Carlos was
20 and 23: fathoms; boat leaking; bro'i s".iwoilhy.lie younger brother! had been previously made up rcm
her N N W. ignorance had carried him a/t lis helpless Tex'is will be prepared; : for them whenever tins in haste and confusion.
up believes the Captain was drunk at the captive:
fellow pas cn eis,) he recklessly ptrsiied Its: they wish to show their cowardly faces I Madrid was perfectly tranquil.{ !
Capt. Salter then tookcomm.uiI! and bore lime he observed his conduct ill the wheel On the 26th mst. G brigs and 2 schooners may I
course round the outer hats ofllattera the bank of that river. In the The f'arlists had been compelled to
MM meantime
east enc.
off N 11' under lived Johns with about 1000
lee ofllattrras shoals; wind hou.sc. .\IIIJ all< I' the C\'clt ho appcated ai at St. troops
Scarcely bad they got to the soutlward of ; Kerry we shall take our turn at threatening, and I uate Valladolid, after i murderous estate.ntent. .
who taken (
moderating. while on the beach iHlil, :remit as to ( were immediately to irey'.s -
quite :
condtion of!
the Shoals the desperate vvu asMircBiistamente, that before six weeks .
Witness( seeing vessel in bight;; wished to what had happened. IIo heard! him :'.xprcss secmd officer by time .steamboats. Thl vvnolu army I.
undo shall have
limits was manifest.; elapsed, the fleet of Texas will be -
hoist a signal of distress nothing done- no the .. ion. Tie will move in three orf.! ir days, and as the
; on oct i :
Capt. White incapable of The of n.is: obliged to call on Caj'tain :\InJt.: hereabout nf the Indian is nww well known again on his; coast, and extend its ravages NEW YORK Oct.27.
duty. S.
testimony Captain \LTUU being for his, aid, ; of the entire in:1\lly ofimI front tll Brassos Santiago, to the extremity South America. We have
\c''all..c i it
that hear of timecapture PUl (
Copt. Hill desired all the to read HIM. is expected n e fes.
to HILL shall'ionn
passcngcis Captain; -Captain declared ,
of his into\! to of Yucatan and further
( Captain, arising iill. : il'no overture' of the BJCIIOS British Packet
come to the The slier scuttle oil ,that i or surrender the whole war par"I Ayres to. 12u
pump ; : he with the
; agreed fully statement dire t Iii 'sM-I in that hour of peculiar('r- shall have been made .
holes cut in the cabin: floor buckets ill the of :S. I I> pence ; Leore \pril next and of the Gaceta Mercantile, to the 16l iAugust
; Capt. ti.iLii. J ri.tdi-
forward hold and iJ 'J.IC! Captain was Ili..cIHn'c in all ( (, .Jc at St. when the army of Texas; will display its victorious i inclusive from which we
crew bailing wood and! all :M. \ icn. up was Augustine \ral
; \I.I.: J"-was a passenger; : onboard; I' 'un sy Gt to art:', that; he had laid bi< 'lead banner west of the Rio Grande: and when and condense the
loose articles, cool &c. thrown overboard. the 7/rtw/r her first tl the Pom>ett sailed. following.
on trip fronte'v'mirk, |I ilow n, and .'ifter :lll' little resistance; be once its conquering march shall have commenced The Gacela contains long lists of dat.
Witness desired Mr. Hunt chief : Jen. Ku-lis was in command at :
engiveer about the (title :September On I Back I
: (Thursday.! )
yielded the command of his ,vessel tnnsian- when the star of shall have
Texas lions in and to the
to put all wood and no coal under the Friday morning, when the witness obseivcd [' Cm'cek. The troops a-e said lobe fil: money horei goie
become the guide of talc Pioneers America
ment, for its assistance in the
boiler. the course of tin vessel was not South, but I'ger.After vessel Under the II.alb. and supplies of every thing ncccssaiy ; of Biistamente of Mexico shall Dg
this retilteJ nu power or Peru and Bolivia. There are lists,
About 8 o'clock, the water rose so high.: as Northwest, and upon mquiiin: of the mate' be tic for the war in great abundance.
assisted ain avail
but marchslrall be onward
,charge of Capt I: Salter, by __ I thatglorious individuals who have volunteered lo sertea
to -
extinguish ihe lire under the boilci. The i learnt that the Captain, as this was her first lieu and the of the Texian rilles
Hill and r. Loveyroen, nnd was, by onward, l l roar the of the Argentine confederatim
engine stopped. Mr. Matthews and Capt. I trip, did. not wish to strain her, II.i> the breeze l lt PORTEI PIL\CY I shall in unison with the thnnIcrsoftime army ;
judicious exertions, saved fret fourtdcrirg ; in mingle and in short, the war to be exUe .
alters cxcu'emcnl produced appears
were requested to hoist tho bib and was strong and was goinir into Cape Ilenlopen. hegrave Great Pacific.
until she reached that melai ho.V: shore
>;!luaresailtwhich, was all in tatters. Witness They lay to off Cape Ilenlopen on : the Northern cities by a moat. daring act of I, ly popular.
s-and ---- --- -
}hove the lead, 9 fathoms of water.' Captain' : Friday night- .llllniay morning/ the. weather of so many cherished li\'I over piracy, :supposed to have. been committed on OKFICK OF TUUE AMERICAN, ) I II The amount of Treasury bills in cirak
whose desolate and dcath-i''ke:: "atus, TiE the 1st of
White being close by, said what water have having moderated, the wind having risen and now the ship Susquehajinab, Capt Crocker, fr(+rn I I .Vrw Orleans, Oct. 19, 1837.iNSURltECI'ION [ I (lion on August, was $5,441,401The
the winds of the n I Packet of
yot got, Captain W...--answer, 13 fathoms: the sea becoming heavy, the Captain run up moaning : ocean :Cass Philadelphia bound Jo! Liverpool, almost tl l I AMONG THE NEGRO July 29 contains a t
mournful with the In" i (lion from the Journal du Barre
wiliiesi replied,only i)-sir, you do nut know Chesapeake, but the wind again moderating sympathy sighs ate '' within the Capes of the Delaware. She I Ifiled CS. ,
I gro:1S of the bereaved parent-the destitute'wid0dv anJ (two of the ,I a large bay on the coast of Chili! ,
what about. on tho 21st ult pilots,
you arc in the foienoon, till: Captain (pursued his: t J By the Brain Borhaimc, arrived yesterday discon
Water rose above the cabin: floor; witness course, and they, cached. Charleston without' and the helpless orphan. j I ?ito( boat Mary I ) whom sue was conducted from Red River, we learn that a plot and explored by Captain Lang!. 0!!
A / I I. among
of unfortunate
:'o the French Whaler Gustavo in latitude
feeling charity ,
desired Mr. Matthew, Hr. Hunt, Mr. Graham j fur,her accident. Witness\ has l been in much out to 'ea. reported on their return ,that the the slaves had been discovered, which i is I : 1 2I 1
man who was one 01 time of this catastrophe ; S, Ion. 7,26Y.. from Paris
causes (
2d mate and one sailor, to lower the weather in !steam! boats, and did. not think the was capfreu off the Five F=lhei Bank 'by: said to haVe been better and managed ?probablj-)
would have committee ptnnea found
Langlois Im/um/
larboard boat, which do wcatlier bad induced your vessel, supposed to Inn 70 or bO Captain some
they were willing to enough to cause anV fear in a ajnrato than any before appears thata
remain from of his I said
full errors the shore who had
lint dreaded the of tho i .1 1. Witness i'lff a expose board. But there is, \\C rejoice to they never seat
flocking pns"('ngrrA soawofllty vcssr other passengers ; and men on slave of a planter' Mr. Compton, informed
his weakness, were it not ncccs-a to ship before. He remained six weeks ink
and swamping' ; it. He advised to have all the observed l on :Sunday, that one of the : learn, some reason to doubt the 'truth. of the his master that the negroes were forming
boats the safely of thousand, daily exposed to similar "J"rCJort. i I bay during which time he 'took two fas
: lowered before theygot into thebreak- beams on deck, between the Captain's cabin It wa.blieved.. however, in I plans to kill all the white males, and lo spare
dangeis, and lo the and | whales and led to the belief lhat in
crs, which would save; arty sou9.| But no. and the kitchen, was split.--the Captain said of trusting sti and every nieansha "ecl resorlfcljto the :/ ..'s and children-and that if hetvoiiM r was a

thing was done till they struck:! dime V>,' I..I !I. Ion ,
bible I I.
Malions. that thrv -
two bieakers tilled ihcstarboard boat and other .. .' : xhm.1.1 I older to secure the of thu pirate.- ground. The bay is six miles tide,
q-mter I passengers felt a \" : But your committee would, by no me.itis; ca/ti'ire/ his nv'g" witness desired a lIailnr aria -d mate to i .lidfiicc, !in the T .is d lt that lie could )not tro lither be understood The revenue cutter in iJur! Delaware, manned would discover all their miles in length.
'to confine their censure In the r.II ,plan
lower the larboard quarter boat; a surge upset again, and tried to persuade a friend not comnnnder: of the vessel. 't the builders: by a draft o men fiom 'he Pennsylvania 311. Compton did go, i company,. with four I i j; General Heredi.i, commander in chit a

her, and drowned the sailot; witness retired to go in her return t "Jagc--he did so, however and owners of that vessel, a the highest dc- promptly sent in sea, under command others but learne'l very little more of the I i he Argentine armies against 8:11 Cm

to the quarter deck. and.) was one of the victims on tIll List of Lt. Dale. A private vessel manned then I has issued valiant proclamations loth ifgcnlincs -
glee of ciimmuliiy attaches, so wi derp- matter. His, inlnncr him that f
The barge being launched seven passengers trip. During that trip, the witness was perfectly Ilhe I volunteers, has also soiled from Phil : loll und Bolvians, in which he proraaoto
of his
cst condemnation' be the leader of the gang, was one
the two mates, and the steward went satisfied with the conduct of the Cap- We will alxell adelphia. The U. S. Sthr. Porposc': was ring he had .i i to enact wonders, or perish in the attempt
now recur Jo tate of the ves own slaves and that sworn yen.geance
with tho boat'; as soon as she struck the surf tain. He appeared; perfectly sober, and hiswhole towed l8 sea from the N. Y. yard bv sie.'ni- his for him I!t Chili.-The inteligenc of the insuiis
the under lakmg
dining period just passed: review. against master,
they were instantly thrown from the boat, deportment was correct. se boats. The John Adams was to fellow t" don at Quillela, murder ef f Seacr
up In of his house and him to the
the cour.se of Sunday night", and out sending
amid she capsized. All the passengers on the Mr. Thomas ntrrc was / hoard the while the her with soon as possible, and one or more vcssetuf field. Ii I POltalcs by Co!Siduurre, cached Bue*
was laying course
upper deck.Caplain steamer Home in New-York, on Saturday, \'esse the Exploring Squadron. Orders havebeen : Ayres on the of July. The Chilian p-
,limo Wld on larboard and therefore The plan of this fellow, it appears, was to
the 23d He[ looked at the did not hesitate to charge this test
Wbitc was making no exertions 8cpt. carefully SCI.tto all the for ,the Revenue Cutters t pers
in Alexandria
ports raise first
a favorable position the vessel leaked an insurrection' at ,
for engine and in conversation with .Mr. 11 TNT, upon Santa Cruz.
the rescue of the to sail and Commodore
crew. her muchso immediatey. Dalas'quadlo" next al Nalchitochez and then la turn their :
considerably m upper ecmns, so ,
Vessel! broke the principal engineer of the Homrt witness the alert. The Chilian was making .
up piece by piece. In about ; on New Orleans and kill all the whites government
(to use the words of M lr. Hussey, steps to ; j
15 minutes after the struck, the fofwaid part remarked that the engine looked very well. who It i said ,the Susquehannah had on board hovvevei could crgetic preparations for the e.xpeda+
in his evidence with the : lh not ,
gave most negroes agree
of the vessel broke ofi" from the rest. The At the sale time witness noticed, the peculiar 10 or $ ,OOO in specie, and IS cabin and frustrated all their One I' against: Pcin. The declaration of warty
scrupulous regard to the ficts, the which plans. party
; )
form of time deck of boat which passengers I'the S#
was Argentine
topgallant forecastle brake loose and 40 government against
seven lie steerage passengers.NKW the and children lhe'
in the f
upper berth in the alter wa tin "paring women Cruz had
reached Chili and then'tlnisiasm
the bowand
much excited
serpentine-drooping at |
launched! it towards the very
persons were on : 26. r-I
of the vessel leaking! through the 101UOct. I other( for an indiscriminate massacre. .41
her of the The
.shore. The after of niece stern- was original shape; I people. cxpedui'wasto
part it gnvo way w1.l true- explain these arrested
their birlhs. The the Tlt inysttry learning Isicls,
said she but l/ll' person in Imporilli Compton sail on the lOlhef Juh'.
and the JIlt was oiigmally straight, .
by piece, in 25 minutes total urOI
Was a
berth, j that was the chief and he confessed
above him and the ladies pirate reportedas his house -
wet ,
was '
",red k. Witness the bell of said, that in In( r first trip they bad put a large very traitor' Yidaurre had been repiw'!
rang as a signal : having the ; t ship Su> it had been his intention
I of drenched with captured packet the fiat
distress. quantity of ballast too far forward and under complained being wa- lle-I on gallows by General Alduralo' ; and Don Ramon&

The first notice witness took of I her forward cabin floor, and that ilt consequence fer. :Similar complaints were made by perons hannah from Philadelphia for Liclpoolonhc to kill his master. vurcda, governor of Yalapar..Uo, had be*
Captain the, forward cabin." 1: 22d inst proves to be a schooner ,hat On the lOih and 12th instant, nine were
While's behaviour the of two of her fore and aft stay rods, bad II uppoinlcd: minister of war, in the place ofi,
to give impression I' broke before she arrived in Charleston, and 41 In the morning the bunt' appeared} be 'went' alongside of the packet for the purpose hung, and 30 others were t;'ken and imprisoned murdered Purtjlts.Pint.

intoxication was on the shoals;! m the alternoon. j I a good deal out of order. Her works I of scllinji 20 bushels of oysters to the cap it is hoped that all their" pland will be : Cy'
Fiom all that he this and I Ifiom in consequence the boat bad; strained' and upper .-Gen Cruz arrived at
what he saw at the saw time on of her trip launch, dropped, at the tat .. He also said, that af- were out of their places-panncls loose, and tain. The oyster schooner is said te have full discovered. A strong patrol and guardis lao on the 10th of May, from Tacna, .te

that hhe was: : her i I tel they took the ballast out and repaired the, doors parting and much of the ceiling of ;arrived at New York. i: constantly, kept jp by day and night and I the junto or convention of delegates ((1
unseavvorlhy, structure was | A from the Charleston Patriot' dated
the mate's blip ,
and etherollicer'.s falling confidence is continued.
lay rods-the boat had back considerably apartments Bolivia and had himi
I It on
being sn she could stand the Per clnrere
long not
wrong to her place. Witness observed be did down. Kven: the bow ol the boat as 2.5th instant, announces Ihitlhe; steam pac- Besides the slaves, three free ne4rees ;; command for life. Gea i'iIuI1

Ma.Mr.. llusseyagrees with Sailers inhi not like time appearance of the boat, andshould li loosed from the train body, moved up S ket New York on Sunday ,the 23d, at t?, were hung, and it was intended toddle I (supreme English) hid: been appointed I chief of!t
statement to the time we to notliketo go in her. His impiession or 10 inches, as she would rise upon 01 1\1: A. .J7. U leagues cast of Cape lien lopen, away all free persons of color. armies of the confederation, estimated

"False Cape." up He is under the impression got up was, the vessel bad been originally built too with the wave." And all this, ld it be re- /US1.t the packet strip SIU,1/W1I1 ofPhiladelphia \\"e have further heard a report that Mr. t !he Chilian journals at SOOO men.: 1Ie bd

h.U; the vessel began to leak earlier in the I weak. marked, before ,the gale hid reached its for JilrpolI wil be Fuzrl had shot a white man who had been likewise been declared chief ol" thodepartment. an
height-in an sea, the wind the recollected that the piratical capture the with the slaves
I day, and he thinks lhat the kept her open upon cnmploltmg ; a Spaniard .
pump and weather: m which, iu the opin- ship is recoiled lo have occntred vn Saturday also taken but made his .\ letter
clear so as nut to be noticed till the after- Having now spread upon the board, the quarter was escape. It was staled in the Chilian papers: ian
noon. whole of the evidence, your Committee, acting ion of competent judges, a good, stauiuli aleroon, time 21st. and that at sun sel' it is said, from the and philanthropic msurrection had broken out in the depar
On Sunday night and Monday! morning, under the duty imposed on ,them, and and seaworthy vessel would have gone upon on lhlt day the Pilots' haw her pursuing I Atlhnr Tappan on the pet son of Saflta Cruz tic la Sierra, against*
with the her course in .safety. sltllrstUI Cturle. By the at\'o report of of the s-lavcs them, the melt
passengers: in he upper berths, in the after no unworthy anxiety to pass sentence : one inviting to of Santa' Cruz, and that*
cabin of condemnation] which stub. testimony Dining : untlntillnda: )' morning of the steam packet, however, i will have deed. government
complained of tho vessel's leaking ullaj. had been Killed.
been that the I
the on Sunday moinmg day
calls for, will now proceed to express their \ through scenes already seen --- -
him through the upper scams; the person near opinion on the two subjects prescribed for described without any additional injury after the alluded capture, the Siisqnehannah Nr.vv YOIJK, Oct. :S,. ** o'clock. The Oriental 11r y,rblie.=1'11e Pac

was very wet, and many ladies c mhlaincd their consociation; -that M to in: but on the evening of that day and al was passed upwards of thirty miles east ol LATER FROM ENGLAND.Tbe !gives quotations l from Montevideo jouru '

of being from the drenched forward with water; much 1. The character' of the vessel. the: caily part of :Moiu.'av!' night, when she Cape Ilenlopen. She was here precisely packet ship ( hfoft, Capt. Rathbono, I t tie 7th of August. Don Manuel Oribp, *f

complaint Did not observe the cabin.conduct il. The conduct of,the. Captain. had passed the outer shoals of lalerarlhu in the (l"arl'l; she ought to have 'been, and 1 has just arrived Irons Liverpool, whence tl :,it lt of thL republic, arrived at Muntev chi ('
the (
he did captain's on With the testimony before them, they give it crew and) passengers were (aied on to preserve it follows that i if( she had been really sailing sailed on the 1st of October, to which date on the 1th. Fructuoso Rivera, whit
him in
Monday, us not see of
the vessel. ill which I happened to any be, part as their most solemn and unbiassed opinion, 'their life, from the imminent danger of southwest at sun set on Saturday, with a pirate we have our files of English papers. We the insurgents, was in the Missiones

except that the steam packet, "the Home" was 'the leak, which had increased !upon her. I vessel alongside to direct her course, are compelled to make our extracts very number of his adherents. _
once. she could have been from brief the lateness of the hour. The situation of affairs in the rep'.
seemed most unfaithfully built-and never was seaworthy was then lhat Capt. Walter took the com- scarcely thirty to owing to ,
On Monday morning, the boat: the a I a nd that when she last left the port mand, and upon examination, it was found forty' miles east of the Cape at S o'elocon The London Moining papers of Sept. ttO very critical. The Missiones being .

good deal out of order-that is, upper of New York, ou that most ill-fated destination that the water in her hold was such as to the following morning. W cure thus contain the President's message. It appearsto ground, belonging to the Brazilian f m

works were out of their places: and breaking to the City of Charleston, she was entirely oblige the to use the exertions more strongly inclined to believe that the have given very little satisfaction. In reference i of Rio Grande, the anarchists were i/.
passengers "
-much of the ceiling of the mates' apait- unfit for the safe conveyance of passenger : described in their testimony.But Pilots have labored under a mistake in reporting to the liquidation of the debt due from perfect safety,and by constantly tba

ment8und otherofliccrs,was tumbling down. *. Seaworthiness of a vessel, consistsnot the udditiollallestimon derived from the capture, and we may now reasonably this country, the :Morning Herald remarks an invasion of the Republic, comp'
and down .1
The bows of the boat moved
up in the structure of the those creditors in have to maintain an army:, atg 1 ,
only proper who were passengers in that vessel hope thai the ship is safely pursuing that the England wOlh government
about 10 inches and would rise or veljsc J
; or it but in the competency of her her first trip corroborates! all these impressions her way to Liverpool. been much better satisfied with tl announce- pense, besides keeping up uneaslcS.tminJs \

fall on the wave. crew to naviguto Ier. Both these requisites to a degree which leaves no room for -- ment of some distinct arrangement, than with ofthe people. ,

The baleing: was incessant- -was no doubt were, in tho opinion of your Committee, wan- doubt NEW ORLEANS, Ocl. 25.Texas.sly vague references to American honor and American .\1 this difficulty arose from the1state
the would have been safe in tho Norfolk which the B.
crew ting. As to the competency of the Captainon the arrival yesterday, of the. resources. of RI Grande, in

boat, or in the Columbia, as he has former voyages, as to his general good Te the Editors of the Journal of Commerce. I Texian brig Charlos Edmondston' (formerly LIVERPOOL, Sept. iJU.-Cotton.-During government was powerless and wiol- '.

been in several storms, and therefore he attributes I character at former periods, they cannot affect I notico a charge of intemperance brought the Mexican brig Phoenix) Capt. Grea tho first week of the present month, the demand thority, and whence, therefore, the f 1teb.

the catastrophe to the unseaworthi I the issue now made between him and the against Capt. White, at time lamentable loss lon, from Galveston Bay, whence she sail- for Cotton was very extensive, and a able to expel or exclude the Orien _

ness of the boat, and the want of ekill in the I world, in reference to that event which has of the steamboat Home. Such an event ed on the 13th insl. we learn that the late trifling! advance was the consequence-since Under these circumstances, the Orie

captain: and not to the violence of the storm. I given rise to the inquiry Ills ignorance and might occur at a period so alarming, and at gale was very severe along the coast of Texas then, however, the demand having very ma- ernment was seriously called on by"!,

Before they sailed, many expressed their his rashness shewed themselves immediately no other time of his life. on the 5th mst. destroying buildings, terially fallen off, our market has been dull, 1 pie to protect itself by march ng :

opinions that she was not a strong boat. after the vcscllef her moorings. He dismissed Capt. White had his education in the Old public works, and vessels, in every direction and prices generally havo declined 1-8 to rebels and destroying them wbcrtttf. .

Mr. CrtARLEs DIUYTON Was a passenger soon after ran his boat I Line of Liverpool Packet, and for seven among which is the new and commodious I per lb. may be found. ("J

co board this Hone, 7lh Oct. 1837-The aground on Piot middle gro-md. There she years in that! line was under my immediate fort on Galveston Island, togetherwith LIVERPOOL, Sept. 3GV There has boen a .Brai.-1'he advices from t":

(first notice he took of tho boat was when she lay, until, by the rise of the tide and the aid notice. the whole of the private dwellings, ware great falling off in tho'demand since our last, were to tho 26th of .

went aground on the :Middle ground ia the of,another pilot, she was got off, alter a do- With the exception of two or three years, houses, stores, &c. on that beautiful spot, and, consequently, a very inactive market, that time the cities of Puerto Align:

harbour of New-York. Some short lime tention of four or five hour. I.t may be pre- ho has since that period sailed for me, and for leaving nothing but the custom house to remind *- which has enabled the few buyers who havE Grande, alone remained in possossibi

after they got ground, witness observed by those whoso conduct ,1 now arraigned the last four years in the packet ship Natchez tbe stranger of the place where a flourishing attended, to make a better selection of quality imperialists, & the former was cos..

from the furnace, and men were car- injury received at this place, may have created his charge, and generally ran full, I have never waters of Galveston Bay are said to ing barely supported. The sales to-day are maindcr of the province. The .

rying buckets of water-The witness apprehended : the subsequent defects. But this will on till now, heard a whisper against him in have risen unprcccdeutly high, inundating I 2,5 3,0 bags of all kinds, at about. 1-3 ol Puerto AHegre! were suffering rnt i
that the vessel had taken fin*-but y b the desperate effort' of cOIeiou guilt any form; 'nor can I credit it now. his con- the prairies around many miles ,in\ extent) ,: \im.t of provisions.soin. '

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t1ii reliance of oiir generals\ for {topographical .
LORIDIAN t _. = -
F information, was upon Indian: and negro guides! LAND 1 -FALL-AND -WINTER-GOOD-- 1 _---1 .

VIlE __ Again: General Clinch had not adopted measures OX ST.' MARKS RIVER FOR SALE, .I subscriber has just received nnd oflVrs -s- FOR NJ. YORK. NOTICE T ,_ t-

L S1 to ascertain correctly the strength and resources Acar to the contemplated new City iff Sti THE sale, a select assortment f Cloths Cos. THE Bri' M4R IUL NET, Talbot IS hereby given:that books of subscription for

-- of the Marks. siaieresand Fcstings. Likewise, a lot of ready made master, now Icmding, will sail with drspab. the taking of half a million of dollars of Stock
rRR1'N Y I ER 11, 1837. enemy before the war, as a vigilant For in the Union Bank Florida will be' open'e4.&ze
WILL sell Clothing, consisting of blue black, Adelaide mul or passage, ,having ,
o' __ __ __,_ I and ffood officer would] have done. lie under I ofland on the on cast Saturday side of the 61.18th Marks inst. the tract berry, nnd green Frock and Dress Coats", good accoTiodatiorn, apply to the mailer on board th following i places on the 18th Jay O( iMi nromlr.uudcr .

rated them river, forSt eel mixed, mohnr. and at St. it/arks, 01 to It. Lyon. the directions of the following and
find oun-dn'lf Ilhliged tn miserably, and to 'his error in estimating me aly the residence of Jesse n. Willis blanket Overcoats' person,
\Vc "'.rv unexpecily I, their force Winchester ns Sal tinett and Kentucky iran frock: and dress f'oUij October, 12-tf to remain opii at TalTahas,..e for the 'P&C* "f W
of and containing about ICO :
tilC defence from charges supposed pacific dispe acres, and aboul --- days, and at St. Augtuli
public a Plain and : and Jacksonville $111117ays.
figured velvet
cui Vest
't.-r t. ,. Gen Clinch-of.loing that t| *it inn. is lo be attributed the destruction of Dade one mile (front on the river. I It is principally! hummock do do silk and satin do*; FO-R NEW YOKK. d .
"'/InIlY. land, heavily covered with timber, and is ; .
lc n In. ., t. M-a nil iii f "descending to eon- I' and his command. It mailers not whether the IIC rei>Oak and /Yrckory Mnd to the the While and blk crimped satin do: & THE Brig 5tsauEnANV4, J, Bright Samuel Parkbill!, \

pl(1"'''"l( IC, to ii.jtire him in public eslimn- mistake arose from want of discernment, want terminus erf the railroad tfn (he cast side contemplated ot the riter. C loth, bombazine and! fig'd Valencia. do;. r1Ia lcr. For ', II iv- Ee!. B. Vass, I In Tnllabawec.

il flf/t some weeks de- ef tact, or neglect in procuring intelligence As it will he 1\\lifh'e1)'so1J. it vtill be & speculation Plain Dlu black and and drab ca >imere Panff', ing excellent I'IcemmoJation", aj'p'j} Tom Peter Chnires, j)
ago proper striped buckskin to the
A Georgia paper in any one in the sale of lhe fire-\v oJ. or fire-wood do; master on hoard, or lo Robert Lyon. B. "
1",1'.1' awe 7. usfiT lum, which 1 I I accnccJ ,-the injurious result are the same. As lots fpr the new city of St. }(arks. Napoleon cord and steel: mixed do; Octo!,, r 2:>. J 18.7;: 12-tf Joseph Lancaster, )
) spelled\ at tIC. time; but on tll nc to the causes of the tear, doubtless, il arose from J.HACKLCV, Auctioneer. Salmett, beaverteen and Kentucky jean do. Isaiah D. Hurt, JackaonriUe.
:o\". 10 1837 Also, a compete: assortment of .'jhir Slocks FOR UVEKl'OOLTHK John Warren vJ"
111 the fixed ,
r ,MirncJ- i.Gen. Clinch binsc1f, repugnance lhe India m to go 1 to thewest. -- __ __ __ Suspenders, Gloves lldkfs. and all articles usually Abraham
??lln\carC3 tcJ 'IiL "friends.Ve But if fie( commsnJer of Cue mililaiy CITY TXE -- found al similar establishments, ate offered cheap AS Ship OtoNtK, ,V. L. Lyon Iu Ponl, ) .
D 11'11C 'I'1 clai'l forces f blatKHied for cash, or short crcd::. J. B. master. For freight or passagehav- Edwin T. Jenks, > St. Augustine.
/splnMmlnt! for tie] sins laid I among) them had adopted a i is Iler-hy ginn, that after the 20th day
JVo.-. ing
talk'i) VP 10_1837. 11, Mipen'or'accoiiimodatioiisapply to Daniel S. Urwwold j
;I ) tl 11' IS 1 I his I long I !1 ct ?Ire calfulated fo create o less contemptuous' present month all |l'erSIJ1I5 indebted In -- lf 1 Robert Lyon, or the masler at t-t, Marks. ,
1 1 t\ wt iIpp''i' ('ter i of lhe cty: for taxes, and who :irt- def.iuhersill! lie !! FOR lf.\I/ri I 1 M(iRt. --I OClllbcl' -x:, JOHN PARK//ILL Cash
opinion ha 12tfNOTICE.
the besides others j J our army i n ihal did in
: ntcd) It t public. pursued ret uriied nnd execution issued foil'iwith' n".iins* I -- October 14, 1837.
tlrnltf't. j! duee 1 htT&liliuV, The bug CD Jf'IX -
would *
IconSlUUS 3S j not probably have ensiled thu rn. S. II. CULMITNEY, lprnilllIulJ.nc .
"nnnunr lS I the I ., Crimes e'r i i! eat, drinksleep) ami receive their ?'0W. |is:;,. 14 3t Cilyli1hhnl. I will sail fur I'llinnore about the Oth WILL nt a lime THE following names are the appraisers ap-
__ I
hipl. proper the
Irtoc I\'in"II. cnnmllt1 :il. pay, was .i in-n. l\>r freight or passage, apply toile Jud-e i.f Leo.i apply to Hon. p tointed to appraise properly in their respective

jnortin.jJitte-J. vvcbliall lot sl'umt tomlMtt I fheir' chief t'mplo'mCnl-lJor; use'es? troops NOTICE I: captain C'II board, at St. ./arks, or Guardian for John I County). Sanders Court, lobe appointed c:counties, to secure subscriptions; to extension of
Saroe E. dandrs he stock of th .
IC'I ("''P13!II'.\. as wc are Mitfsfittl I trur I' never nerc employed, nor could well l b;, if a IS hereby girt'f', that npf>Iicaton:: will b<- made to I t(' TURKU H. DCTTON, as they and the,r effects are without UNION

1he i i/iiF/! miimvu''(* nc'icr(' 'hc tnlertaineJ I i system had been devised lor the purj ose. The the lion lte JwUc of the 6'npericiCourt f,r I I N.ivl37. 2t Consignee. I I I tion. JI'ot.t ;lilt Minelime: npplieilion nil prutec-! be BANK OF FLORIDA.
0k'r / Indians tile cOlln')' (GIII'sdclI' -i\i ('eks.\lir! djlc" fir |'er10 made fir Jhn D. Sanders to be bound County St. Johns.
r '/7t-J! llicreby:. nIl IOrl'O'erolh'' MilTer acquired an titter contempt lor It.em'-I lI1is ion Mil 1015 Xo 77 and73, with tic iinpr.icinents t FOR BOSTO N. I is tit'n.y years of ag?. S. UUaSELL.lulllnlillle. William Liv illusion, Frederick Weiden, Siineor

T1 e ourselves. Mlien '.is Had they been actively engaged in thcirnn.' lyinjj in tin- t iwn of () iiiuity, inaiil I The brig Lin-ernr Captain Hiker, i1'PI. 23: I37. ,-6w Sanchez, Joseph M Hernandez John Fonlane..

"\el jr a Cask' letter, Gen. Call's "lricnds'I j country, and finding out t the fa&tnesses ol the county, firiivjrly occnpir l hy tie: late Francis will sail fur IJt>?ton about the 'J)th! inst ----- -- ----- County of Dura

) Indians in lime of before I Cash, editorial! ,\licl arc denounced as 'abu'-e' peace, the war broke pni.mii S. 'Ii BALT/.ELL, captain on II aol, at .M. Mark--, or toT -'I i M months after date, I shall J 0 Hart, Josiah Gates.

::demanil can 1 1w made) with I less' prc umpiion) out, much bloodshed would have been saved, and ./U-mu-y ti-r I the n'l'r'er.lati\'c I URDU 1'T R- BITTO\, I cr.unts and vnurherss, and apply present t > live my lion.ac- County ofAlacJma.

he accorded tn.I murh shame and disgrace averted. !n10, I 1i,. t4 Gw No. 8. i 18:;;. 2t Consignee. : County' Court Jefferson county, for a final settle- B .11 Dell, Thos Colding Samuel Piles,Jr.. Cotton -
nJ may -- ---------------------
bet If Gen. Clinch can possibly he blameless ofwhtl 1 I NOTICE.LL ;. im.nt and. diNchii e from the administration of the Howies,Je!se Manly.County .
difference Governor NOTICK.A .
personal ween
I jnlje eoratef James Hall, late of said Colombia.
e.1I and General Clinch, we have heretofore! we Mate,-if, as he says; he forewarnedGov. I NOT E tfiaw n %l.y Slud 1 B 'VII nn, aid m.uleJTSL I A p"lsun'l indebted! lu the estate rf Drury i JAMES: L.uuirly.PARISH deceased. Seaborn Ross Jacob Surruncrbn Jom Knee-
b' abstahied from illterfcrin We j Cass of lhe impending war, and if( the in payable 11 Itr.I'lrI! l L. I Il.lrri"II11.1 1 p"hlu'"e.J! i'A. \Villnui.s, late of Leon, county, d ieas.ilare! : : :''ig.' 19, Ii.,. -Jimi/; Adin'r. lack, Jarucs Livingston, Robert Drown-
.rllpullu tlll\l.k
and tliosc
b'llill1 and Jamrs f\'rll1esleJ' "
L Inr $1250 i dated payment;
j .sufficiency his fore 'how Timer, July } Hanalion.
?, we ask can he I County
lJ anticipated, when GIICall's publication[ | jmtify I llith t; i IS3C: paytblc I Ii mon'lw! al'trr il.itc, at tlic !': b:iv'1115 claims a ;nn>l sjul ( tate arc hereby notiSwdto NOTICK.X Daniel
i iVlmaJC James Del! Bell Francis
himself the J Ross Peter
that the fjerrr "Hero of the Witblai citizens on frontiers for writing Union Bank, nuJ by me 'Idt' 1 1 III pirl ptyment fur: !j !present then in proper form within the time prcd.i v\ciks after da!", application will be made \v Law, Archibald /oUae. ,
tV5 letter to Col. ? the now alt 11. I >cd by liiw, t"> the nderignol, or they will be the I J -
Humphreys What excuse premises. ccupic-l by llanison I I lo Honorable Jude III the of
tec" would haveell/ himself constrained to ; rnaniy court CountyofMa'aonJihlfl .
< does lie J for uf the Kite nrm of Harrison Jv Wilvin, h.ivin, < IH.-CII .' i fon-ver Leon County for letters! ol administration
give attempting to deceive and ; on the Miller: John C
lull HS LIntonR
| : tEEN( 11. ChlAl1tE. J
the direction that vfntild haveiic 1 j lost ,
lye quarrel: j nlll\l'l.n8 nreHI.rlll.1 ; ;;: n-llmci.lg: for s.ij.l I estate of I Richard i C. Pariah, dec.
them into false scCurilIrom Mays, B Richardson-
which i T.J.M) PErER t.ll.\WES,
Us discussion by third indelicate ; many: were note, ns a ropy thcn-ol has IH-CII esfablishid in th i JOHN D PARISH
persons shriZks Nv. U I I ST.:. I 11 I 2m KXUMI"TIN County of Jerr.' on.
awakened ol!
by the of their murdered ehil I I Idren E a Utitirt, and will tai-! prpcei'tncc! ot lhe September 30th. 1SJ7:
011Jg.nal. 80'wNOTICK.
I t seems I however I his ttfl1enusft'IISjJcr --- F )leP.u'I" Ellis James 31
'ud improper. se> Wm Llringston -
and! the; light of their blazing houses? He i hI 31. U. WILDEU. : TIltSLIU: D.rOLUN i Paul (Ulmer-
it advisable\ that lie J-bouKl 1 ,
reserve 'liis I <.r :). .biivdfi.
1. says it was written to "allay excitement p Iroin th'! sn', 's"Tiber, on the night of County Lcntx.
"quietapprehensions" 'I'a1lahase-
; Clnincy, Nov. S, 1317. itept. :(u.' H37.
to redeem tile d'honmur. 11-31
ralr.v ea!e jirevi) I and. to "prevent the whites' from !I the I 11th October! lasi, a dark lay 1 llr.e I five 4 IX weeks after Ih. publication hcieol, I shall John A Willey, Kenneth Derr.bryJobnhlcrl

.1\! sent arrwss the Atlaulic lo Gov. Ca s, NOTICED I, fj':i 1 four inch.'s high on"J toni toot w tote, nn-I t apply to the Cotimy( Court e't' Loin Y U'e-Ifoul( John Ta> lor.
attacking the Indians! !r' lit say, too, it was; Urna'l! white/ rlc1in the f /'iioov will the 11.11 1 for; letters ) county,
, ice. of
do IIt shall;' 'have returnee! from CtinManlhuv- TT HAVDlr s.-ile "" ek-gant fom, horse rlrllt,1' admin ralv'n (n the l'.t.ttc of Granvill County nfGa stkn.
"a hasty scrnir/ The excuses need comment j h 11\"'-( th" said hui s': or uifurni me v.h'-rc h' i i> :
no J. M.eppcnl an.I Lewis D L Kenan J.,11I1
pi' :111'P&lris\ ; .llId they wi 11 his di..plIlC n ii.1 h j j made by J. C. Ilcd'-nberg, of New irk, trmrler, !I' '_ Shepp-rtlilcc'dt\vo men McMitIenGeocge WBruton,
; the letter pL'a1.-sJJr itself. Otheis of like impor t'' nnd is now '|iiitc now, having been II1'C.J"fr1 laort shall reeeive the above re-w trcl. of r.r.lour.latc ot Leon county. An Jicw Johnson, Bank Alearliam! .
JCJII to be adjusted ill the II'.1C, JflhlNS'N. ;
more peccrulartn |' biw I
were wiitteii about the same' time; and we learn J' time; it is snrtincntly li;ht fur only two horse j Xovem'-cr' 1 I.I-If 'WM. P. DUVAL County of.Iacksou,
uf the new$pape-rs) As the afljir now I I .lsol, a !jile.iilul '.\' of match hcrae-s ;, 1,1337 Willitiit Rol-inson: A Youn ,Joka R Chapman,
one, at Icasi t of H-mi-ollicial yonn j !
lt a character not 1 -- --- --- ---- COTTON
,ynd: >, anti as we claim t.i t lie a regularly inbtalleJnulttof | |li,IIJIIJ"ol\1 > vvcll 1)1 ike. A b.irgain: m.iy lie Ia I in Ithe I \1). IUETTHJ Peter innmon", 6iimnel C BeUaruy
I having the excuse set for ll-is. Jf'e have :' coach "ml hainc'. I 'lITE will Cmintvol Franklin.H'm .
the there law of up .ns I h.nc now n'u.c for purchns Cotton at the highest
; quill, is n'i arms thatirlds ) mar
been told it was upon the authority! if General, them' Apply] to in : at Mii'i.nii: aor, my (I'lai'Mtunintiirihir. : r no FES son 0 P MUSIC, y ket I'rle during the sei-w-n. G Porter, T (Jrman, If P Smmons, P W
,' us, if we arc S'I illclilC.J: from taking part ltncli or of his : .-. S: ML. '. I'-ELLAM V. !I j !LlI7; < >rLl> rf-p-etfully ini-irm the citi/.cni' of M./RTINiiH./RT. [Gamier sen., "Win 3( how let.
some officers ihat Gen. 1.11"11told '
n the conflict, and especially as Gen. Clinch \;: Hork Cave, Nov., IW ;. l-l t"t |I Tallahflsset! that he will cu'e lcs sons oa the S'ep'er-iber ;30th, H.17.: fc-lw County ,Jrasfiingtrwi.Wm .
the people of)l Charleston, :i alter the battle oltheWithlacoochec -- PIANO roim( : L/.ftm
jj Ins, "InenJs. have disregarded the motto --I I .L I Cmskyrashington Ta
'' that there was no necessity XUTICT( : and v ill ttUo I'm' U :1iaiios. as are i-ut of re NOTICE.LL l bor, Wiley Jonc!, James Bright.County .

LJISSC/ nous faire, s>o legibly imcnbed upon 1 for volunieeis! and that his lorce was bullicietil' i l., I-4 IX vvctk after cbtc, 1 si.ill! apply; to the JiiilK5 ?'- 1'\1 r. i A indfbe-l to the csta'e Kedar Vann, arc of /falton.

si tii ancr, andil'ier i marshaling us among I hisrntniies of I lie County Joint; of G.HMUT; | county, toris I It li.is ASO for < ilr a ,-hone solmion of ':\o i +, rf {!iitei| to clime forward and settle the satnf James L )I'KcnanII J Ilamsey Don!McLeod,

,"' have gratu.uuisly: assailvd us, they 10 overcome the Indians. (Jen. Clinch and Ii :[ l Idlers ufa'rulli'!, : !lr'lllIn ontli'-'ta'eol Josep'i! \\'. : \ln.ic. His room i Iii present itt tIc 11L.IN TER.: '' nnil, all tho-c} having, ilfMnuls$ : it ii !present them for; \ II Mitchell, Neil McLcllan.Countv .

annul be surprised if, in the tournament! l fiiends denounce ui for the re-publication! lftlL:11 I i i: Kuif, lec'd, late cit aanl .. 'tlIiV.3UA.! i i I lK h rKLI : !ctil.mri,t within th: tun' I'f'cribedly law, or lJe of Escambia.

lilt them. \\'e weak lever, I lor we bill copied illi-omllae Floridian or't.t('I' .. .. I U<( Imo. I I r.'I"It.-> wl.owi-li i i!, can take ihrir l-S-on 1 a1 /.,,,s uarred fioin all in'erest! III sail l (tt,|'*>. Jackson Morton, George Willis John M Hunt,
a against could) not, 'Jiowtr. 1833' Upon the I .\o'w I I : I I'irr it's !',male Hfimi.aiy. HUI An: \.1.\ :, .dm'r. Thomas Bh>unt, F J Comrnyns.

!' bf provoked to enter the 'hits, if we lid 1 mere suspicion that Col. Hum 1 i October"I li3G. J_ October, 1637.: 9 County of Nassau.
'Uheve his I lie phrevs furnished us with it, he has mott wantonly !I NOTICE.: I -- Lewis Thomas
lOt cause to unjust, and I if I InsSentinel1 "o vrsToATs"\ Bailey Braddock. Thomas Hig-
. and "Courier" assailed that gentleman.! He cannot injure him.Col. !I rWlHIRTY d.iys after dale, I will apply! to tIle! .\TS. Cotton Gills. inbotham, James J Cooper Wm Franks.
:"Watchman"i JLon.. J"hi't :. Camcr, JII"e l of the t/ iu,>cn"r j OO r.iNh, -sofO\TS! ilailv; cApcctod by lie: j i J 1 Iron framed cotton from of Dade.
gins Hraintrc-c
'has been 'i County
mJsunJry, u 1J0llymlu a IIJ name-less bystanders the warm personal fuend of'j I. (Court for J-H,"on cwunty, fi-r !cave to .sell! tuc iC il : 9 9 15ns laltiiioic? from 1 Ua ntiure. ami fi.r -sale \ SIX ,lory, cxpertei1 daily at tit. :lJrkslltlae m.i- County ol
haJnnl; rsaking their post*) come to his; res Gen. Clinch, and is a gentleman. of high t'and! J j'mg t llc bclon:" n-? 1(, Barna McKinncf, lec'd \'(1'low' by U. //- & 1'.1 K.: Ll> DENBCIlf.i EI1.I2tv :.'I j Brit' Lavinrt, for sale Ml the/ manufacturer's' price. A SteeL!

tct, anJ imcrniingled in the combat. character and inehhigencc.Vc are inducedfrom :_ll\ 11, Ife37.: ANUKKW YUU:(, AdmV.11 I 1.1t 1 I -TaSlahas' _Oet.aUSST. I : |I :. 12 1 IS37 T. fl. BETTOS..v County of Miisqtiitlo.

We removed") Florida, and look charge ofAis all we 'have 'heard, to believe that General( --. --- -- "-. -- -- -- -- ---------- OK-UINlIIKY. -- -- -- -- --lltfHAVANA -- County! of)Iuuroe.F .

PJJH.T, last sjiring. In common with the Clinch intended the' letter 'for publication in i 33, I LOST. I TIlE '\lt-fllJ. have opened a lJinJery ill T'vlLhassee 1- SIG.\HS. A Crown C M Kelly, J A Thouron, George

nlmic/ cumiuunity al the north where had and tiiat Col.! H. Sl'lItlt to the Flvridiun ai 'histsuggestion. i '., "lit .'it or nr..r thc p'Sl o"-re in Newman ( FT.s all,1 l arc piepared to execute all brnncLcs: J ifOOO wry superior I Havar.a. 'EG.\p. im-J I E H'eaver, Alexander l'alt rsnn.
we l c T !, aboul the 25th of October, a iru.r: : t.f'lieir!' business in as good fctj leas can bu done ti 1ortttl diree", just ic.eivecl and Pif sale at the Thisadvertiicmcnt will! be sufficient authority for
widod, \\e hall not been able to obtain any *a Had not the memory of Gen. C.:; j i addiesscd. by the subscriber to James, \\' Urccdlo\e, i else.' h're.P.ipcr AtcTios M. BT, \>y It. J- IIACKLEYcs the appia'sf-r; aid: others to act.

factory( uJormation jif the Seminolc r, or of proved Ste treacherous thai in ins attack un Go'."\| !F (]I. ;and ill it I il.c first of It Iill"r) cxr-h.in<-, driwn i| rulea ':. ''ilN, letters .\.'*. !" r :oh, I? -f: Any three of the ai; praisers will Le competent to

hal we kit deeper Cass he maJc statement* in conflict with this! a )!h'IIII..i( !, Ten.1. :\fardlillh I I 1 1-37, by Md.nisB I I Particular anenti. pn-l: to re-bindntj old 1!<.oksin act.
anxiety ies]JI ctlllg, the tour '\'lUch"lItl'r.! in my la\onr, and t hv me eir'niicd, (: I Newsp.ipers, :\1.I1ZIIICi.. I' traj .Ml lr< in .it.. Mark: *, a handsome HOOD: JU//X P.iRKHILL! Cashier._

i['mjdisconililure of loIur arms in its project) letter there would ha'c been no cause of uflCIICow C. \ 1 obcsouVjoJ ix. (u. of :. Oi'leans, payable 1ntontli I J I The 'sub-senders! pledge! th rn-eUes that an; C1'LN' ? I I PO.VCY, xvrh a cut on hi- tenyueTEN October 13, 137.

ion; and: we sotighias so.n as we came here, to we 'have before, stated in our columns, after i'at' (., fur $5O7( 11. 4s the draanddiawc \ dots shall! b': ixc'iiuil! with n" ine-s jiiid despatch.!: I liJLL'ltS tt-.l! 'be ;I\cn for lips apprehenjion! -Ill the papers in Flnrida will publish tIle above

jrcrtain! the facts truly before we decided :.uourfniiund. briefly, the opinions which. our exarninationsandlefleriiuiis < s of Mid b.ll: have bien nutlficd of its '! CHSIKVAN it AVARL, and Jci.\ rr at \!'rHa'kley's stableJ. -. for one month, and send their accounts to the Bank

I |Ills!, it will be (.fJl"l \a.ue: to any one, but thnn !<-r- 1 j i T.ill I':hassc, October' l.Vh I I' ::". I H>-tf M. Alt tSTROSG.J for collec'ion. J t.lmI
A patient and imparlijl invesligatinnatisficJ had induce, and, we ihought, without ,.i'ncd, lj wh nn, 01 Mi. IJit-t:dlnxc! at N. Or'c.ms: __ -- -.- ---- I IIr:; 17th, 1.(.j.,.. 4[ '

us hat the officer in command of bear ihe use of harsh language Because we ha.edone ; : it may be itturud.. JL .'ti 11. WILLIS. XOTICK.tlf -- --- ----- I A BARGAIN.

:: :. troops in FtluiJa hcl rc null when the : so, are we to have "nnticc," and ''('I/'l'Y,'' : -Tal.dJa".t11,8--:! --, \b'-K.:' It-tt :' : ) hereby! f iruani a'l! p' rsins arainst trading! 151'FI.Oi: iij RAIL It-O.o j CO."l THE subscriber application wishes is made to sell hb plantation; i it|
----- --- a bargain tra
--- I
rake-out, was more culpable than ai.y: oilier in and "injustice," and' ''abisc,'' laid lo us ? ,YUTICR.A ---- I in j t', henry Iwo .MII-ullthas:ill cites uf h.HI"f $,>i, Sixrn by IX"l JOTICC hiuckholJr is hereby ot the'I'txen E., .that FI'I a meeting of the i t.btaict; :. The' p!. n"-Aiion is situated 17 miles may: east
lIan'l thry were III'galIIIIllierc- : jiLt Rail
jriJual, es-pecialK-' 1 the .lailsJj we not the right-i in it not our duty as the LL lute 1 { Road I "(IJ.liILrici.-e; acres cleared and under cultivation -
ihcelugracosof !
If P per> JH in l lel'I..J l tu th,' chlale 01 1 Tia .c:b i U'H determined n':ver lo piv then, unless! "ml'uWIt[ be held un the first Monday of lebruary '
and' winter ul ISSjaiul e!. TJial: wdicerHI doctor of a public print, to exhibit, the truth us _: 1)re15, late it( Le. c.'iI'V, dicM, an' leqiitbttd clI'lJl'clle,1[ by a lut' rOlrt.If la* The li"tes were !i3i', at Ulf-put 3 o'cloek, F. M. at No. I' 108 acres c.( hammock land yet to clear! ; two

Ge,/. Duncan I.. ClizcOthers think we believe it to exist| ? So f far from having I to nuike jiiiiiidi.il<- p.iymcnt; and lli-i:luv- payable in Jam: : r), h t-. ('OIlH.i(rcal: InlMf1I; the city of Boston, to thoose cotton gin ene 3> saw, the Cher! f new. 50 saws; a
cat. 1
may jug claims* a;a'n.vl said estali ate hereby n-itilird I )JOHN jr. TO\VNSEND.is:57. D.ILC'US t ; l-it the clI-.uill" lj the' first; : new cotton screw. corn, fodder -
tll year agreeably
i&rcnlly.I Tic it so. \\cbhallnotchangeotir; leelmirs 1/"frir/ld/I malicious towards l; allj"j' () act cattle and boss can be had ; a r. rate. 1
ell pit IIel.ltl.eUl, in I r'p'r[ f nn: within :hc time ire. I ctiditr ::._ : _____ io-4t ot mcorp'jr.ilion, an'.I to transact any other Iusillesi a J"
DiuiDii; withhold what we t-stceni justly I de Clinch, from! what we 'have 'heard, uf the atnin- t'rilJ6.J !.y law, II lli;: un kr-.igiifl, or ihey will be II that may legally come befure i it.IUVID. deem unnecessary to describe the premises as any
NOTICE.Middle ( :. who wishes to will to Amore
one see.
I purchase
forever biricd. prefer
c-ved censure until the farts: we now state as bility of the man, they have bce-n thc reverse. It iiK.vrfiiAw: ; iituation .
be found..VILTOX
District Florida
healthy cannot
C//\RLES BCCKS'/'EIN of Leon caun/ .
AJn.'i. Presidt-nt, E F It R
uig! that .'lifliU are disproved or explained! I j i in only since the exhibition of his ill temper ai the :(,\. 11 I, 1837 11 I till I Ix congc'jue'ice ('f the next s>iip>'rior Coot in EoM.ii., Set; 12, Io37. J JUt CRAWFORD.

I say.I fair discussion of his public acts and conduct' --- --- I as now fiveil by law, HIM-rfennj with the Cairo, Ga. Sept. 26. J837. 9-3t.

I We 'had heard, it stated, l] ng before GeneralJnch'i that we have felt nov. thing but .\'m'alhfor. N OTIC 1 E.lLL ,' t-rin of the JMI,I Court in 1 ra-itl,n county, ("Juci NOTICE.iN 1 THE subscriber has just received per brig Lu-

: him. We will personi who! own vacant or nnimpiotid : I.t.t eonrt, frn, rnnnot b: ad- I O SllurdIhc 16th. da v November, 1 shall tromew York, a large assonmcnl
Mr. blale fact
Cass in
ft'pl.to a
that 'he this. Soon
alleged that proof .1 t I or orenjiy; property; having b..ck yards, in 'jollrw.l111101.1 iritar pu'ilf inconvenience:) I ll i is, len' to I thehi<;he>t bidder, the Hou'e known Groceries and Provision, consisting in part of
IrIS in the, .prillg' of ISSo, he 'h..d advised I the j after the appearance; of 'his attack upon Gov. i iI i .Ucnticello, arc requeued to cut ilo\II\lie weeds .ind i 'theiefore ill vntiiof I I the powers confided in me [y' a" LVMUCRT'S: CORNER, and now occupied Common Whiskey;

x government of the jrobabihiy of war, nnrf I) { j i i Ca.vj and the administration: a lupporter of the j remove all nuisances on them fuilliv\ ith, otherwise I jlol\\.onl. red and uhireetel, that the next term of Leon Ly /ame s>t:\\ art. .. J. l.f..i CKLEY. Old Rye do;
I it will be dune at their expense. Superior Court, be p" tponed and fixed for the second Octube'r2tl,, 1S17 litf.! Common Rum
id made urgent and pressing demands Ir; re |i latter, fully competent to discuss the subject with I5y order ut t'lC IntuiJaut and C<>unr 1. I Mondiy of December next, and that process -- Superior Champagne; and Cognac Brandy

Jurremcnts! ; and that lie had exhibited' i (ell. Clinch and! .him. odds handed i 1 i iisiud to be imucd be made returnaUc! RI4ACKSMITJIING.
his olfi [ give us a JOIJ1 Tit I1'l'I tuma'le.r1 : now *r to saved is Madeira, Claret' and Malaga Wine, &c.

sld-rreipundcncc, m proof of allegation I I to severe criticism upon his article, and a reply to : '. 11, 1R-5Z.- 11 Hi I the said: last mentioiivd day TilE"Money sub-briber his money made. Common and Honey-dew Tobacco;
THOMAS R.\ DALL. opened a shop on Pensacola
'itral officers of the Florida militia. H'e should! j| his allegations, calculated to place .him. in no en I TALL.tIIASSEERAIL HOLD I TII" above nrder lo be published weekly! in the i i,street, immedialcly opposite to the City Livery Sta Soap Pickles Sugar Cider Coffee, Porter, Raisins Candles;

i'f been convinced Mr. Cass \va* to blame, as i j viable light. Other mallon- which we 'have j IS now in cpciation mom TalJ.ihai to Si. i Plnri'lian, until the) m"etiiig of Court- I i,bles,m xvhf-ie all l l'e irt-r.s carryin on the Dlacksmithin Segarj, Vinegar Po"Jet, Shot;, &c.

I 3rgcJ by General Clinch' i not referred .A/arks, and the follow, lates of i (Copv-i T*t. its branches. lIe is now Ie lily for tiny .Jlso handsome
(and as 'lie i ili nut, a were brought up. We declined its'LbliCalZOtl. j ; traiiNportalion orders' ill his line vxhiih a assortment of Dry Goods.
I have I been c't.tliljhcd.On Oct.1.l37.1 13 TI/OS. H.DUVAL.Cl'k.i will be cxecutcJ withtroItness
;1\'OUnlC I f should )' I ; Clothing. Crockery Saddlery, Hats Caps, $c.
ours, \re have been: mure / \VcwcremfIueiicedtosujipressit, bale f I and despatch and at reasonable ices. ,
every tit Cotton, 7.: reM 1- ; pi which! will be sold low on
1\!:}'.w"1fil'tI l) but in llokill't.'r i the old Ii his : JIlfIIby the kind feeling* we entertained loi I' Oa nil other;; ariicl-'>, up or down/' : cents pci |I NOTICE. !By attention 10 business and a desire to satiNly the WILLIAM accommodating CENTER terms.,

w )paper, we found published! in July, 1 8.iwards, I ( cii. llillcll,, Iud parllv by the ciiiisitlera i linndred! w ri"lit.j fHlIIIUTV p days after date, application; will bet I rulir./at! hoocs to l'tclire:1 share of their patron No.4 Berry's row.

Icaer Ji.lnJ Gen. Clinch. to 'his fnend Col.- Hum i lion that if the aslnugion lolks were permittee, j!!i Tlie On passenger .radial also 50 Children. half prier. A ,Made lo tli. Hun.I John A Cameron Jmfgp j jr jt age.eNB.: IIor-'>shin.inj, .Mill JAMES\\'orkalJ.l U'ALLACE.Planutun! Per Tuscawilla, daily eipcclcd, 25 bbls. superior
* Conij.any prepared to store pruJu.'eI r <-t the Superior Court of Jackson eonntv, fur autjn>- ': Flour Rice, Baeou, ::.
fs, diijtroeiny 'Md A i for ihe present to sustain little of the i I and gwods heir \ilk. Jonr in 'he-} best maimer.'l'aIlahatsee .
roinphtcly wholeilrC. a at and
is igni.ninvofihic thput LIt Oct.
[1 ; following ratc.s I! ruv. to mil the real estatein_, aid! c ounty! belonging !, 15. 1837.: 10
have btn 7, IF 37.
established.On 9
Tlial letter is in these word: j \v.ir1 might spur them up; to nioreacliveeicrijoiH : to the minor heirs oiv',,11.11J.II.'nl.. llt'c'I.
lfecl pleased to have it in III it I b ties of Cotton, tJ.'J rents each ; and on a'l ., MARY 1IOLLANIGuarJi.ufl.I t J COTTON. PLANTATION FOR SALE.
bring to tl1I.e.I .
my p$i\\er to i.l i I a other '
aitic'e-s 12J l Mil. for the firt I offers for sale his plantation
*i zl >ou tli.ii :ill the clutf-: that met us in coon I //'ult this t' Ilallalilln"e trust Gen. Clinch half! price for the surreeilinu per ; lime.I month nnd _Oct _i>3, 1 JI7_ ______ __ --3t I'j TilE i.ib: >rriber i is; flaw ready f advance upon orp'ircha'.e THE seven milts north-east of Tallahassee,
i .
this cu'iniijr: lecided a toner! licit: the I Indianswcotiiu.mtj or his "friends" will not again provoke I' \ hen COTTON( is posited i at the d'po', toi I'I'i LIST OK LITTEH.remaili,4! ; in the Post .i Cotton nt the highest m irki t pni.e.IVILLI't'S1 containing D22 acres of land, 320 acres of which are
jlC| outrage shall) he irivcn up defence ; a i be transporte-d ininuvhaiely: without I 1"" ibilitv I at Tall.lIlol"M'l', Flo., on the Isl d.I}' of,' CENTER, cleared; x.'GO acres have been cleared within the last
..nlt'JIJldcllll j (ourself. If they do not, we are satisj fur -pon November; 1 Is J7 and not bi fore ad'.ertt'.eI. 11 I 1 not [ 0.1': 13, 1857: 10 No. licrry'd row.
i t-xpiosed a willingness that | damage! by ex)1' \siirc, no storage 01 wharfage! I I __ two years; it adjoin the productive plantations of
'*?ys'imild' l he tried t t\ the laws of the, ('"lIJln'. i j I I h'ed III let public opinion take its i t own course !| will be charged; and when goods uc laiidcd at the lak'nllut1111 ninety d.is, they will be Hilt to : l\r GOOUS. -- .Vess>rs. Lorimer, Isler! Bradford,Taylor and Craig.A .

:i"i ti deci-ion, wil!. I hupp I, ranvinre I lee pfopc;!! !, upon( what has already been published;- 'ther !l j jwise I wharf of the Company) and transported! un the I l II lie irnenl I'ostoflino!!; as dead letters. ; fH'IlE Subscriberam receiving their supplies new Gin house ha just been erected; ,'so. two

!!lcIUI.| that tlie nation is utid j I i 'AC shall: continue !t load; within) iix das alter lanJm:. neither stoia i!j AKh, Chulc" C .,31'Lemore J JL of Fall and Winter Good, whid theof ) mules, 1 four horse wagon, 1 ox cart, I pair oxen,
o > > to the/ arts 1:1
} I
] our mi Andrew
peifytn duly will be Elijah M'Crar, Taicj I 20 head cattle aud fodder.
or wharfage } ,
ulUd by tlietc ; .1 flJ no Ltjj age will [ : fcr fur saie; low furc.islir, .wntry roducc, or short corn
s1raFKliii j' on
'Hare jmrllts. I !.\'. be charged at the upper d'pot until after the sixth i Andre-xis, Thomas J11chdl: DrJ) \: crel.t. rhus' w/aO!"'\l'ctlnnts are due, are : 1I-U J.R.DORS Y."TAKB'NOTICE .
a suJJ&cwutfrre to crush all those that Albn Hichard C Afurphy.Joliii: e1meslly ----
I -- | n'queHl'd) c'alllil.d settle the
tSiIIIJLC: same, usmurh
any dijxfitinn la become lioxliUbut j i'hieVhiigs 'have majority of 23 on joint i I, Meicliants \ 'ilille rcquirt-il to --etile iheir tiansportatiun ( Alston, WillisAlbertson Jlaulubvrchibalil, ,,, indulgence cannot be given.HAY longer I ,
S aiy 1 firm belief that lhe I ion I .\; \1 lrs Martha I tl.Viuor That all persons who commit
lIa never was bills vvei )Lh', and all other Joseph .acon, trespasses, of my
!hailul WARD &
1o8e'd to be I I ill the New Jersey Legislature' William transportation I IJIuxsoin U'm 2 AUSTIN. description whatever on tract ot land
more friendly luau at this time; to 1K' paid Orl deliv,riv. I Henry i'j Tall"h;'<'I.r.(jol. 20, t lSt7: my adjoining
'they' kllllI perfectly well that it would be I S. 'eiuiiingttiii, 1sci.: Newark, 'has been elected 11 AltCllEP., Sapcrinlenlleu I I0.8 litllamy: Di samuelijnroe, Win P 2 11-Ct the city of Tallahassee, (commonly known as the

"**s. and, in JdCt, al"i,&t viaducts to tenjjc.'iiLiej. I Governor oftne stale for the : IB":;'. ilswMAKSHAIS IJrtiT, Eliza Matliews, Daniel !' MARSHAL'S SALE. Doyle tract,) will be prosecuted lo the full extent of
' ," ensuing year. _- Ue-nibry, Kenneth Miller, Win C the law, both by civil and criminal proceeding. The
--- Y utile
I III of
J pursllal a writ of fieri
I --q -- : Heivout Mrs John H repeated committed on enclosed
Bad Governor SALE. Jfalov'( [ farns issued cut of the trespasses ny field,
Cass known of the existence of The Lexington, Ky. 'Intelligencer stales, that n 9 V virtue and in fuir&uanc of sundry wrilo.Jf1 i i I Black, J J Map'-s, Charles: 2 I: the .Middle f DNtruldf Florid i, for Superior Lcou Court of and unenclosed wood-land, require such measures,

'*document, its publics l ioti alc\ 'nr would "have ,: Get, Hipley, mUlhl'rorcolJ res (1'6111I LnuisiaIIH AJ cxctulionI-Y, ( r.i. ) issued out of the Superior Cray Win P 1 Porter Wm It (1: rurllaltlt- Novtiidn-r term. 18.'J7: ,in which County Drovrn-, re- and Oct.they will beiitridlv enforced.!

"Jere- 'ln lefenco his Court of the Middle Di '.ri.t ofKlnnda Gaines, Cot Pindurvis Josiah in k C.. 541,1837. 4t JOHN J. PAJfS.7lHTE .
lonjj :
unnrctssarv.Ve : ; resigned in equeiu'ofbad) health.j I in and for i i t.lfinll'm Thus ; are plali.titrs, and William 15. &'hft >ridekndant -
4 directly allude to Gen. J I ___ the county of Ji Her ion, in which limes L. Parish I II or PrinceJtorge ll' 'l have levied upon and xxitl e.xposo at pu'j- ; JTTiOF MISSISSIPPI
'tlis Clilll"ll'expl..a I iUII ;I i ili deft titlant, 1 shall, 01. Saturday the (itli d.lyof Ji1818 Cleaveland, Susan l't'llIl1nIOI1.Jallle :31Ribii be bule c.t 1'1"en.hJc.( ti. the highest bidder, allhe AND ALABAMA
1 ,
letter winch we consider makes his itua j Judge t'llll.c present member \ Cottmi, John \V 2Cominisiry >, I'attnyR.mse ; ,
of vr\\\ the Com ill
Congress : at court houj-e in .Voniiccllo, on b.iiil ; t house Tallahassee, on Saturday, lie! IIpfriNC time oublic and Indian
lit it following prupe-nv' "it.: bl.ives, Joel .*-' Jude I .'c" Hat net ing propertY, 'ir.. Lot No. I ITract bee. 3. Town. towngfajps
.was tic: tint Idler alone. \\c acer clla. Carr, \V'ni A HeadGen Leih i streams, $-c. engraved from the governmenl
The Ohiobtatesnian of Ot loiter'JGth, Gilbert Isaac, Gilbert jr, .Maria, Cornelius, Milk, 1, range I, N andV, containing tiO .t) 100 acres. veysand plats in the general (and office- sw-
tliaUrAfIke I
tear broke out. Fort King in sava we and! Cir' and their Copeland.111 Ryan, Joseph D'2 i Also the S E of Washing
Amy iiirrtiise.LCVtCtI .
) quarter section township
twenty-three E-Ginun!
'had fall: of ton city, by draughtsman
* quite a I snow last Croom, J U ltallJallJude! T 3 in the
itanof t/fCtl-nratreof war, was irithout pick I night and (his numi 1 upon a.s the properly of the aid deft nilalit. John A !r one, -angepn-, Nand \\, containinjj: 13'J11; land office.F. general
t log, and every thing around looked ami to be sold to bails I said lJa'nl'orl.. Silitvimalcer. Lod i I I Ion acres.
other I like winter. ly executions TAYLOR
prof er Jeleiices and that General'e -- -- according I Doisey) Miss: i Emily Suxvart, James v 2 bookseller, Washington Cit,...
. I Uotton and several to 'law. ft. 11. uu Levied nnd to be sold thc
other, VAX, Marshal. I upon ns property of
/ )plantation, a .few miles oisev, Thomas Rherlicld, I I MSeyniore said defendant to satisfy said! wilt according to hasjustptlbiisiicI [Ian] secured the copy right ac-
have also been visited thus I Eliot.'Ji : cording to lawj the above which '
; Theodore It
''a Stale of defence until 'hosiilitics com early with ImllIII'MENIAL. \. I Irw. SA-V'L II. DUVAL, .Vdinli.il. found be
Fisher. infinitely more complete and accurate
MA US HAL'S i Fanny Smith, Davidtiiiiipion. than
J. and hi. = S\LE. Oc21,1857.. IMa
negroes were working Iii, crop -------- I Fisher Capt'AGraham Frederick / -" any heretofore publiJicd. They are published ta
'1ut. Nor By'irtue and IU pursuance If D certain writ separate sheets cud containing
was Fort I Capt :1Ciasaxvay Sharnll JohnS 'r1DE'LOI11DA HOTEL. ; nearly six
Urcc.ke .
al issued
Tampa of
-'--- out the
. -- Supci Mr Court of feet, and will be founl
.in a better stale of preparation. MAIIKIED the the JMiddlc District(if Florida for Gld'len I Ii Wiliain ':ott, FJcllcnckfi I lIE s'lbaeriurr hav in;purchased the house formerly ble especially useful and valua.
Neither residence of General! c-ounty, rlllle, ;M'llliamGarvin SteiheiiN C II' T to those iniereslel in the lands of either
w jn.r me-asures been adopted Thwmas'& Brown in this Wi' i in uhiih John e. A niniMead, Adin'r, is plaiuttti! I J occupied by Ira iianborn, and intending as they show icm information state
by General, city, on inesiiay and! llobeit L. Harrison and Tompkins, Ca.t[. ll' It' to put the same in immediate repair for the every which b in
I Ii to provide the evening last by .the J Hcv.: J. Knowles Ira Sanborn are de Hall.Ibs), George Ann Twig Col! 1) E recep the ;possession oftne and offices relative
necessary provisions and \Ir. I fendants, I will sell at public auction 2 I ion of those who may chouse to favour them vxith lo water

r.a ry stotes, if lie really foresaw: war. He'ehd I.LWJS P. TAYLOR, tn ,Muss MIKDULU CLAXTON.11'e the (Cth day January, 18'Jd.al I the court, on Saturday'house in, I Hill Handc, Juhn JJlm M Tillin.'hast l. NathanielThompson their patronage, take this opportunity to inform the courses tions, land, lowrship districts line, &, Indian and will)laada be and reserva

IT not JIC were doubly remembered the i I Uuiiicy, the following propcrlyiz' Five hlives Noah public generally, that they intend tarnishing their and found perfect
expects contest, or was cul'efficient by parlies Hawkins, Win TLli.Mr table with ly accurate precis in these points.
the best the They
Winny, a woman aged about 2i affords and will can
t y"' ,inert and He on the above occasion by invitation I years; Martha a I Hancock A Wright IV country be sent by mail to anj pail of the United
an to
negligent. a
cannot most i. guI, atd" I I'J; Grtllin, .\ man, 20; i'ain, 21; Henry ''J'lhIl80nIrs spate no pains to make their house agreeable lo
ripe the Jilemma. Late in November, 1S35, splendid cnterlainment, and by a prewnt next I IJlyofa aged I ILes 15- Calheiine H'yche, HH'uheis. those who may favour them with their company.L. dollars subject only three lo single; letter postage. Price two

' lieiiiliiieu were certain and indeed large slice of Cll..eo.'c thus acknnw led upon and] lobe sold as the property; ot said Jones Sf Baillie H C 2 J. BELL & CO. mail for, or five copia of either will be sent by
after Ii L Harrison Loekeeman & Craig Jright% B B I dollars. A liberal discount -will be
ono said -Q.uincyOctobcr 11,1837.
defendants 10
'l blcwd had lieco shed, be fiirlificd his plan ledge the compliment, and in return lender the' said writ according to law. to satisfy Lewis, Romeo irilliauis, (-'rank made lo irav clling agtus, or lo any who buy la sell

S (Fort: Drane) but the fuel that atlenlive parties our best wishes that their passage tiir'life S. //. DUVAL, .Marshal. Livingston & Harris Wilson, William! STORAGE STORAGE"! aga.in.
\ ,, ;cr- Persons for the above" crEditors of
i. I.: be Nov. II 1837. calling leltcrs will. subscriber Nwspapcrs, where who
- havingagain rented those any ,
"j ma jmvBic iiurresifj ana convenience may t'runeJVit.h the same abundance of u THE large will
advertised. G. SEAKCV the
'* -, please say I. P. M. commodious warehouses known give above alverliseraent, including this
* ptcd no) such measure )before that time, cnmlorls and pleasures, as were provided for STRAYED Talluh8S ee. Nov. I. 1837. 13-3w warehouses will continue to receive, Cotton I\S ScLxas and .. notice, one or two insrtiona, shall receive by return -

<* thaI, \filh all the inhabitants of Florida, and enjoyed by the numerous company friends the.. subscriber NOTICE. Goods on storage. From his experience ia the bu mail a copy of eah map, if they will send a

iid not anticipate until November that assembled on lhe occasion. I FROM in Tallahassee, last The Subscriliers having associated them aimless, he flatters hinuclf thai he can give iatisfac- copy of the paper,conaintng it, In the advertiser.
a about 10
' war ', gray years old, 141or | lion August 20/1337.
lid take -- : -_ .- selves in Mercantile business to those who may extend lo him their HSUPKROR
place.Wr. the
-=---- --A 15 hands high; aid Horse bad been badly foun- firm o His (uitron-

: Although Gen. Clinch had VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.Class dered and was biill lame when he went ofl; his McRaeny & Hawes, beg leave to inlbrni thcir fectly age. secure warehouses from fire are in good order, and per: COURT,
been also
in as from
lIInuld ill Florida Xo. 7. left fore foot was much smaller than the right, haying friends and the public generally, that they are high tides, to which inundation by MIDDLE.DISTRIG T FLORIDA

a tie had several years he had not., Nov. ii, I87. C.lpitnll'rizes-one been rasped down; he had been nicked on both now opening the blare formerly occupied by liable. many WILLIAM places on J. the coast are: Robert II Berry ) Asumpsiu Atlach't 113 94

Ures opijortunity and means, taken any DRAWN ; one of $0000; 50 of$1000; 50 of shoulder blades, to cure him of lhe swainy; his tail (Ille late Robert S. Miller, on the west side at Magnolia, Oct. 4, 1837. BAILEY. vs > Sun's for $200, issued S.pl 26
to was and 9.4m
obtain proper topographical infor S3C0. long, ai some seasons yellow hair would.. Monroe Street and opposite Washington Square William Bryan, ) 183; Returnable lo Nor Term

4 4 'JJicJl, in case oj' war, was 80 important. I' Tickets, $8; .b.in proportion. Sale 1 "'II in appear the direction among the,of white.bain bridge It is supposed he he in went in the City of Tallahassee, a general! assort NOTICE. THE defendant in aid case fend alt others inter
Pfcrably i close en Wednesday 15th in t. os was company of f Goods weeks after I will take ncice of the
ign raiu & with mcnt Dry Hardware and Groceries date I shall institution said
was he on that a marc and colt, who were recovered at ,I SIX apply to the lIon I
ItlWi army, m marching subject, '14 WM. WIL Oi. the Gadsdcn camp meeting by their owner. Any which they offer for sale on accomdaling terms.' of the County Court of Leon couny.I I suit by aliachment as a>reja.d-and they are rc
Withlacoochee quired to
for letters of administration appear and pled lo the declaration
trtnberi actually lost their}) way a few miles PRINTING, of entry dttctiption, neat know person where returning he ia, shall the horse be rewarded.J to me,.or letting me SAML.D. McRAENY.F. HA Romine, late of s&id county, deceased en the estate of Bdlus I in said case, according t the form of the salute i

t farm; and until the fall of 1830 the ly tieutedat ill vjtcc* '- JOHN IlEA. WES.Tallalit : WILLIAM J. BAILEY. such case made and praided C S 3IBLEY
I I3t ) ssce Feb. 23lh 1937 2Uf Tallahajste "
( Oct. 7, IS} 9 .!.ly crpItft'Sejiteaber
30tb, 1837 8J -

IIr -, .

r ._ I- j -i -. -4 ---- ___ 1 ._ _. .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. A fresh supply of this VALUABLE MEDICINE I J udidus' R $p Obut

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, SS. just'teccived. Tho iboTe Ointment !.tT( red toth41 "'M

v. .-3ix months from'daw I will apply To the Marshal of the said District,-GREETING: PREPARED SOLELY from vegetable matter a ial. and certain r remedy for 111M. obttW.Vcases

NL to the honorable Sears Bryan Judge of the WHKREAS Charles S. Sibley, Esq., Attorney of the United States for tho Middle HOUCK, Baltimore, which may some of which hate to l.n Jbafflej the-i.J.
taken with safety all & in all disease medical Jh
Jackson be perfect by ages fcienee.
County Court County t.te discharged District of Florida, in the name and behalf as Well of the United States nai of Gabriel
from the farther administration of the estate of *; its cures arc for the following dise:1ses- 1st White SweHine*of every dekrip Jo.
John) Rii J. Floyd, Esq. Collector of the Custom for the District and Port Apalachicola, in Dyspepsia: Loss of Appetite, !Indigestion! Infl-un- 2d Sore Leg and Ulcers of long standing.

deceased.WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r. he said Middle District of Florida, and of all other persons concerned hath filed and exhibited mation of the Stomach, Henri Burn, Diarrhoea,Dys 3d Schirnisor Glandular Tumoar. pa

April 2 187. :-Gr mQ m Jle his libel or complaint in the Superior Court of said District, sitting as a District entery or Flux, Piles, FistulaObstructed Mensura those hardened tumours in women's beast. ,.
1 1 lion, Ague and Fever, Billious or Remittent 'cvcr, oftentimes terminate in ulcerated cancers .
AUCTIONEER Court of the United Stales for the trial of causes Admiralty and Maratime Jurisdiction,
NOTICE. Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas 4th Felons or what tome people know .

months nfl r date, I my ac Commission AND Merchant. stating, alleging and propounding "that at a time pastl to wit, on the fourth day of Octobei or St. Anthony's Fire Asthma, Pleurisy, Measles name
SIX. % and vouchcib, shal' apply present to the lion. in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, at the District of Yellow Ferer, Costiveness, Wind on the Stomach -! 5th Rheumatic Paina of the joints.Cth .

County Court of J tfcrol county, tor 3 final settlement _Qj1I: IAlQ, lendaysand Saturdays. Annalachicola aforesaid, in the Middle District of Florid.t aforesaid, and Within the jurisdiction lr.fiuenl.lColelf or bowels, Cholera Morbua Inflammation, Consumption of the, Hprains and Bruises of every Jescr ptio I .
Coughs, wr.atever situate.
in part
and of Thomas di< ; tho late adininisiiaiion of said' of decease" the I N. York A St. Marks line Packets of said Court, u certain vessel and water craft and brig, called the Planet of Portsmouth chest, Palsy, Gout, Rheumatism, Infiamatory sore 7th Tetters of silt kind. In this ;
estate ;, complaint
!. lcph'\E L PARISH county, Adm'r. of the burthen of one hundred and twenty nine and 'five ninety-fifths tons, of which throat, Croup, Inflammation of the heart, Dropsy, paueot, ia applying the Ointment most kee,": I

Aug. 19, 1 -S7. 2-Cm said Brig one Jeremiah Kenny was master, and said Jeremiah Kenny and John Amazecnare Rickets, Uiseasct of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty par- out of water. ,
the register of said brig, granted at the of Boston of t making Urine, Gleet, IJysicrcs, Nervous and 8th Chilblains, or parts affected( by fro t.
NOTICE. owners, as appears by temporary port Scrofulous affections of the members and ligaments. TO THIS PUBLIC. I

month. afrrr dale I haIl, fl esent I)' ouch and Charlestown on the filteciith day of December in the year one thousand eight hundredand Mercurial and Venereal diseases, Ulcers Sores Aflections '1 be following communication, addressed

SIX*, nnd apply to the$ H .n. the JUl1ge of the FIRST be Rate Vessels in and this experienced line .Wasters I thirty five, thereto annexed, and prayed to be made part of said libel, was unlawfully, of the skin, & all diseases ..rising from Impure proprietor of Judkiii'a Ointment from th, Ilt

County Couitof G adlll rouuty)', for a final settlement poit-a vessel employed will sail on 8th'sail and from 24th cither of- wilfully and knowingly employed by said Jeremiah Kenny, master and part owner thereof, Blood, &c. Price prr bottle 82. John Taliafenr, member of Congress,is hi"nfv[ *'
and discharge the of the the This medicine has a powerful effect n, a Spring teresting. The gratuitous manner in
rm adminstration month and oftener should the and into said Territory Florida and into said district of Appa- which i -
i in bringing
importation ,
every re- -
tWz: (I Capt. John Hills, late of Gadsden county,I patronage and Fall Purifier, in those whose constitutions require made, exhibits tceling* of no ordinary char ,
FlvrJ\. quire. l lachicola and Middle District of Florida aforesaid, being: a Territory of the United States, nourishment and new vigor ; such persons towards suffering humanity! and! is
WM. WYLLYS certainly
J( NA. ROBINSON, Administrntor.' ROB'T LYON Agent St..Vnrks., Agent X York, from Montego Bay, in the Island of Jamaica, a foreign port, a certain negro nam':d Joseph, would be much benefited by using two or three tlcserv ing public attention.
Augu 1*, I 1837. J-GI\ St. Mark IfW: 3C-ly'r. with intent to hold the said negro Joseph to serviceand labour, and that said negro Joseph bottles! which may be taken'.Mthout regard to drinkor WASHINGTON, Jan. t3, 1m
"" pri15 diet. Many persons arc diseased for the want Sir-It has been wish tor a c
---- my
NOTICE. was unla wfull)', ilIegall) and knowingly brought into said Territory- and into said district of ensiderablt
"NOTICED ot blood being purihed. Thousands of persons arc to commumcnlc to the good effect wit
4 LL persons wi take notice that 1 have thi'I I who are indebted to II. B.l'l Appalachicola, and into the Middle District aforesaid, in the said ling Planet, from .Montego! destroying their! constitutions by iie ;Ieclsng to aph h ha\e used the ointment you invented by .Mr. 1udiinr-hiQ

.TL diy fled in ofcp of the Clerk' of Gadsdcl THOSE persona, by note or account, are tar- Bay aforesaid, with intent to hold the said negro Joseph to service and labor as aforesaid, contrary I 1.lya: proper remedy ; to such the h\ll;c1\ will be and which I now understand is made and l told b
County Court my final! report and account l'l United States of America in such and more man doubly valuable us certain and elYeclual by yourself. I have
nesily request'd' to make immediate payment to 10 the statutes of the case made and provided; gents appointed npplit4; 11M
Guardian of the late Henry S. and uicans-ol rCltllloin them I.) perfect lit alth and
that a so soon as the law allows I shall Mnhhur demand of: the subscubeis before the frt of September, as all whereby according to the form of the said statutes, the said brig Planet of Portsmouth, her < Scorbutic ointment during the last three years to every t
'!'account* remaining date will be vackle gmJr ; few families arc e.tempt trout cics of tumor and wound, without failure!
the said Court the settlement thereof, and my discharge i into the hands of an a imp" for thlt collection. pu t apparel and furniture, then and there became and was liable! to seizure prosecution Affections w hieh exhibit vai u.us mptomsas liS Eruptions duce a cure in every instance. I consider ton it [f

a guardian. TUOa. GIA Y. I E. BARN.RIJr.-S-CO.attorney and forfeiture i i'i any district in the United States, in which she might In found, one half thereof Ulcerations, Debility, Loss of Appetite and most decided and efficient, remedy in alttwe| :

OCl2Oh.1637.| ( 12_.1 I July I 1, liW.:! --47 Fur E. B.Poikms. to the United States, and the1 other half: to him or them who shall prosecute the same to Digestion, nil arising from impure blood and if tumor, be the cause what! it may, and I ha,ef< !
Administrators' o --- not propeily attendee! to, are sure to produce the i nothing so good for wounds of '
any description |
Notcc. ERSl eficct, and the said Attorney in the name and in behalf the United States aforesaid, doth j
T TOTICE is hereby) given tilt Janu C O PA RTiNTH1IIE greatest injury to the c.jnstitiuioii. Panacea is rc- may be proper to add, that the cure of the tnioJ
1/1 ary term of ,den county Court, the underbigned .5 subsetibcrs have this diy entered into aver and in 'fact say, that Gabriel J. l'lo\d! Esquiie, collector of the customs of the United c commended all seasons of the year, and in particular : called the white swcllmg.given. o\erby the

.1dmItstraton of Thomas Wjnn, (!ICC'd I, JL copartner.hip, under the firm "of Taft, Uot: States of America for the district and port Appalachicola then iind tluMi, on the day and us n prevcntatire, from nil diseases in warm cli- distinguished physicians us incurable, and whiei moa

\\1 make fiiul repor and settlement of said es. &Co., year aforesaid in the district of Appalacbicola, and in the Middle District of Florida aforesaid m inate;and lh"Se Jltrollllviren diseases arc prevalent they have decided would, without amru13tiol
; and six from the date liercoiwill apply! S. S TAFT, Portsmouth by lukiiig the Panacea, three fr four times a prove fatal to the patient, was under i
tatc. did seize said brig Planet of : according to law, as being forfeited as aforesaid my iml1ed
for a discharge nnd letters dinnesoiy frmn s.ud;i HOLT, week,''r thrtc nr tour inl'Ie spwouful'i when jjt'ins ate notice, effected by the use of JuJkins
court as such'dmuistr\or:: UEUltGEllLLEIL the said brit Planet then and there being found, and now holds and! detains the same in t bed, and the peison nav fear no apprehension ofbeing and the patient. I u in. fine health! ; his {limb{011tmn aft

JOHN WYNN I Mnrks, JuH- 1, 1S37. 51 custo I ly in this District." attacked with the Cholera, Yellow Kever, or I b the tuinor being restored to a perfect

HLNRY H. mll"J: I And the said Attorney of the United States thcrcfoic prays advice of the Court herein i iinyothci! ili"e-asc, as this medicine i> valuable restorative soundness. Alsc, that the leg of on agedmantti state.
16. 1837.-.rX-Crti) t H'Q 1t'$ l. 1J1'tIJj of the the and exhibited
July svslein wounded
11J.lJJ thereby invigorating : had been one
i in the and that due of law issue said vessel, her tackle
------ pruce.-s may against ,
JVOTIL'i; :. Jjf'TIIK: I I I
the next April term ol the C'i'uiity Court I of Lwn and .ulja-rnt o-untu' I that h lie has i apparel and furniture and tint proclamation and monition may issue in that behalf to .-, of all climates ; it is c?.lvcytd by the circu- which, for more than two years, had been cca in cl

AT Jarkson count}', I shall prc cnt"lh' accounts made :h all persons and especially the said; Jeremiah Kenny the master thereof l laiing fluids, and corrects their lendtiiry ID all those ered incurab'e, was effectually cured by the'pp

vouchers he ndmi<'irators:: of iii'eio! sell E.: \\r.l'it 's l'atl'ntCutton Cl'LTlVA- to be and appear at a day and place by your Honor to be named, to show cause, if any diseases which originate ill vitiated blood, diseased cation Judkin's: Ointment. 1 mention these,t

estate tt WAI. HOLLAND, dcc'd, lor sctthment t ITOH lie respectfully; invites the Planters! to cal they have, why tho said brig Planet, her tackle apparel and furniture, should not be condemned l liver, depiaved appetite, or piedispcsition to alTec-. cases, which fill under my immediate nouce I*
nnd opk for letters of di mi sion from said estate: I and exam:.itc for themselves.: tions of the lungs. management, us a decided evidence of the
THOMAS OilMAN, 1 1 C. r. CLABAUC// and sold, and the money arising from (tin: buid sale distributed according to law, It resembles, ill point of taste and flavour, a rich I of this remedy in cases of tumors and of ulcer effiacJ

One ofihe Admnnstratois.Marinnna I| Tallahassee, Dec 2G, J ISM. 21-tf and that she bo so condemned and sold, and said money so distributed prayelh." cordial rather than a medicine. Evci y peison after have cipcne-nced as decidedly the good effettf
___ _
June 2Gth, 18:<;. 47-fim I Jamcb-- Johnson- -- -- -- And whereas, thereupon, the Judge of said Court did on the twenty-third day of October taking mercury, ill any way, should! have rccourse this remedy in the cure of felons,and of etm
llirpe, to one or two bottles of this median"1. In the decline fresh wound. It
species of seems to
NOTICE.ALL 1837, by his order and decree at chamber, order and decree as follows, to wit: me that u
Dll.\.PI'Jl AND TAILOR, (( life. or when the system has been impaired I one xvhn will observe on the operation of ihiyf\

persons indebted to the estate <>f Richaid 1:1LL.ilJ.liSElPL.J: "The Clerk of this Court for Franklin county is ordered to issue process as in the fore by excess, it nourishes, strengthens and supports I i incut, must be satisfied as to its beneficial ell'I

.:and taflord thosse, are requosted claims to make immcdiaicpiyment. said, (Neili/oor.V. nf F.TuirlfJtirtler, in.Vuntot1LJTAS &t.) going libel is prayed. and returnable to Monday, the 13th of November, I 1S37, anti the i it :-it is not presuming too fir te add, that it actually I ran with the utmost confidence recommend th
having aganiM life.
estate wi be authenticated and picscnli-d withinthe just icrcived from :JVw YoiU l a sujierioi) 'lar.lIal: ()said District is ordered to serve and execute the same: personally on said Jc- This prolongs Pan'rea has been introduced to the publictor usc of this valuableremedy.I sir .
;m. asboitniPiil of I ioadclotii: $, Cussnnrrs, and am very respectfully,
preset ibcd by law, or they will be f lre\'c r i j Vestm-is, among) ; which areall! the most 1I:immutablecolois remiuh Kenney therein named, if in said District, and all other persons interested, in the t short tune, and has received more testimonials I JOHN 'r ALIA FERRO.

barred. 3 I837. JOHN IZLER.Jjnne -It it. I and pattirns, thai have appeared in the New: said District, and by posting up copies of the said monition on the mainmast of said brig,, I in its fivour toy its illicacy, in so short :i time, than I To :1r. Charles Kerstons, proprietor of 1udl
___ ___ I YoikmarkrtaUoan extensive.ivMtiimcniof Rcaely and on two other places thereof, and to publish the same in One or more newspapers print. any other inediune ever eliscovcied.and' its naii-e at: Ointment, near Fredericktown, ll.1ryland.PILES..LJ1
LEON COUNTY COURT. Ma.dc tlf'l'r whith hone aid abioael, will induce hundre s, nye, thousands ;
Clothing description hc '
} (ai I
ed in said District i and the in three therein until I
by same or public places
Edward Loockerman 1) As umpsit. Att'nt ft, warrant to be as neatly niado, and eifas fine cloths posting ul', more to upply fir it, to reap the true virtue Before leaving BoousVjro, 1 had hear-J mucii

TJ. I 332.S, (>, ic sum. ad re 1 rn I as any ever offoitdin the southern nmtry. ,li<:\\ said return day, according to the rules of this Gourt." thereof.Notwithstanding: an article in whicn you appear before tliejrabfit t

'Vm Jourdan and Henry Slor SI 05 dam's; issued'' suits (youths, ciolhing: also youths thinclnllns,and I THOMAS II,IN DILI., Judge." attempts may be made t* im proprietor, named Herstons Judkins' P. Sped

Smith. trading, &c. !I Sept 21, 18:57: ; return i cloth raps, iiicns hats, cloth and fur cups uf various pair the confidence of thc public in the efficacy and I Miiiment, made by C. Herstons, near Yitoend
Jourdan 4. Smith. j be: to March I'n 183s.I [I qualities, shiits fiem onu to seven dollars cichamong Tncr.Eronn, lOll the paid Marshal: Ire hereby authorized, empowered. and'strictlY! cura'tle povcr of this medicine it will go on to Mar} land,and of us descried efficacy in cure a

THE defendants in said case; and all others in:/ whch: arc a variety of j plain u.d iiitnVe1f enjoined peremptorily to cite and admonish thu said Jeremiah Kenny, the master of conquer disease, relieve! the atnictul,and earn for itself >ersonswith whom I am well acquainted. SiDe

wi take notice of'he institution ol,t linen, jilam a ::11 cmbroidencd, bosoms, collars, stocks said bii rr. mid all persons whatsoever interested in said brig Planet of Portsmouth her the good opinion of thousands and tens of thou ny residence in Baltimore, it has performedcure
Raid suit, and the issuing of said writ of at- I suspenders, fine inonr.o fl time!, c niton Ilanm I, and of this sands. Already it ha* earned for i lUelf a name: on a friend of mine afflicted with the Pilulldving -
tackle apimrel, mid furniture, in said libel alledged by publicly affixing a
-hment, and to nppcar and plead to the declaration :i. !] nt cotton shirts and di\x\\c\ linrn, silk, buek!kin which d.ia'ardly attacks cannot rtach ; that SMch i is my self been a sufferer for some ycarnj
filed in sail action, according to the statutes: and! fur :Io"cl, fur <'.llan! un.' vvlnti and eoloieiI I monition on the main; mast of said brig and on two other places thereof and by personal I the facr, the number ol: lelteis 111 possession must this! distressing disease, I now unhesitatingly u

in such case made and provided. I I silk and linon huiuJktTil.icfs. service on salt! Jeiemiah: Kenny, if in said Distiict, and all others interested in said brig I fully satisfy the most icduloits ; and were it necessary plied your ointment my own case, and saai

CHARLES S. SIBLLY, Al'\of Iir. j AKo a lot .>f uerll clOJthin.', ail of \\hic'! he nil!I in said district and by posting up copies of this monition, and to pubh>h the same ; there could b, obtained numerous testimonials tied that 1 can say it made a perfect cure.
Dated Sept. SI, 183d.: ; 1 sell as l Iww arcordmg to the qu.ihty of the goods ,IIIi the in three un>!tr the sanctity .1( the oaths of those who, J. \. BE\TS
ill punted in said district and by posting same
i lean bo bought, in thc Teintoiy.Nov. one or more newspapers up alter suffeiitig the m."L acute and lot g piotracted: Counting room, LomiarUiL
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. I 19ih Ib;:C. ir>tfCAHTIOX. more public places therein, until said return day, according to the rules of this court, as illness, have been entirely restored to health, but i it A few ceks ago a case of woman's sorebreu

ALL persons who have any demands: again designated ill said ord'r, and by all other lawful ways and means and methods whatsoever dos not enter into ihecompieonsi! icJl of many,how came under my notice, the breast greatly inflund

estate of William Patterson, late 0 f I whereby this monition may he made most public and notorious, to be and appear at it is possible! fur botanic medicine to tiled such the nipple scarcely lo be seen-her appeanut
Jackson County elecased her, warned < ailiRt : I Bonders in the I.eating; nit, as experience haspiovcd
are a
hereby rrqnesled: t persons Iy trad.ng clearly spoke the great she iaik
ALL aloresaid before the aforesaid in the said order and decree misery was
to them without I UK time and place: judge spe- then to form but such the
present delay to the subscribers. three cirtam )promU-oiy note.-' >, drawn by; competent pCI arc told me she had been suffering three months wkil
JOHN?; I'A I'ERSON, > Execti. the tindersned: a 1111 made payable! to J,sej'h BFf'at's cilied ; and also to attend upon every session 01 sessions specified until a definative decree facis that they cannot be denied. and was carried to her bed ; she then bad In

ALFRED L. WOODWARD '( JOIN. 'j' or bearer a> follows. or sentence shall be made and promulgated! in said business coijusively, tinny of them I :The! nboie !medicine i i can I I be obtained of G.; IL &. seed poultice lo il; other things had been tried

June 3, 1S37. ___ ____ .I= f One noe: dated on the 26th JuJ). 1837, and payable : shall think it their business do to do, to mar abi'!ic by and perform all and singular such ju T. E. LIXDENBERGEll, .Monroe sire. t. Jal.aI .5 advised Judkins oi.tmiril, knowing u had la
; on the first day of January: 183", fur thret hiusce, Florida, with proper directions tbi it:.
using successful like She
I in and
NOTICE I ; casts. got applied iii
thoiitnnd dollar-: dicial acts as ate necessaryand by law required to be done and expedited in the premises;

SIX months and after vouchers dale, I shall )j.icscnt. : Inc One note H Theame date, and payable on the t and further to do and receive what unto the i.iw and justice appertains[ under the pain ol I I Petty. J Tovn,'cou IloieK'l p. Mijjin bir Lvtint, I Ilcel jPa! myself May' constrain U, 1337.MK. : cording hours all to pain the eiirecltons was gone accoinjmnyiug; it broke, and comma it; in I

uiid apply to the H' n. J! first day J.lntt.lrr, I 16-U: :, for two thousand dollars, thereof: tht absence and of them and each and
County C iun ofLconuuiity, for ilnal settlement the law and contempt contumacy everyof t ed to inform you of the etle-cts that"your Panacea 'rd dischargirg co, ioudly! and so continued ace
a On date and!
Jloe (If the same payable on ihe wise and whilsoever: t-hall dct in the I had on me. In the IsJtf dur iig the days the relief from txtreme pain to
and discharge i from the ndmmistruion the cMutet : first Janu 1810, for two thousand them, in e\ery notwithstanding* ; } m premise.-, year months pcr&ttta
dayof : doll!
l.t uy
irs .
>f Win. Kinnaird, late of s.ml rounty.EORGE 'I'$I As the taid Josr'ph B. \Vatflus) not given u* the; you shall duly certify unto the judge aforesaid, at the time and place aforc.-aid, togetherwith 101'Janu iiy.rebruary.alauh 1 and April, I vvasemployedm excited the woman's astonishment : a few dsytiduccd
( YOUNd Adanuistrator. thrahinwih: a thrashi.i; machinc, and, her bi east toils Usual state,and in eight! if
July ad. 1837.-4'-6m : consideration agreed upon, we are dotertn1l1ellllot I these presents.WITNESS' caiiglu cold, and .he dust seemed to settle: on rn I.Itimis. the cure was npletc.: C. HERS!0.>S
I jto pay' eill.ei ot the said lUHe.-, until h.: complies I ;red imieh "
--- Ht pain, and could no J longer Frederick county, April 3, 1S2.
N 011 C 1----- j i with his agreement or until.MJIiriN: a I:due I course PA L.ili1t ofv.I : the honorable Thoma Randall, Jud e of our said Court this attend ::0 my btisiiHs.-; the fan was located in my BEWARE er IMPOSITION-
HEREBY G\EN. Clthe. next January breas, particularly: on the l lilt side. I was aI-o! afihcted Messrs L k U T LownJes, merchants, Cumlxrf*
IS : JAME L. \IU-II. day of October in the of Lord thousand eigiltInmJred
twenty-third our one
term of del )' Court, the underKilned @ year with nighi swe-atsancf fever, I sought the aid Gentlemen-As Mr ilerstoos agent for Ik a
the Ciecuu of Fields F. Wynn, who waexecutor ;1 J3ARIUS WILLIAMS and thirty-seven, and of the Indepen.Icnce of the United States of ,.' vanou> 1'hysie'ians in rills rt'glf.l, but all: to no of iJr William Jadkii.'s patent specific oiaaat,

of Benjamin B. Babh, will make final report 'I .Uonticcllll,Jeffei'sori county firpt. 3U, I IK17.Stf :I America the si' h'- econc..l ycur. purpose: I tl.cn traveled to Laneast. r o.uiny art would inform you that last summer I was tExts

and settlement of said )
from the date hereof will apply for a discharge and I JTIarsliairsVorni Syrup there, but d, nv d no benefit : finallv.I had recourse me to set a jug ot"it-but it happen WlI

letters dismissory fromsaid court as such executor recommended to all parent, nursi-s, and' others to your PanaceJ.anJ, used one boitle, which I>e ef 3Ir. licistou's make. I used itacr dt
of said Babb. JOHN IFYNN. IS who have th} management of chil,Ircirras :NOTICE: III.REUY GIVEN to all concerned ol tho foregoing as I jim directed therein.SAMUEL I purchased ai Lest l'to\\'n. Pa Jm it seemed at the printed directions, but my leg kept jrtU.

July) 1C, 1837._50-Cm the most ctfectualVORM DLSTIIOTINO mccl'cill'ct I I II. DU'P \L. first not to do me any good, for I !jeca.iie weaker worse.
discovered. and was obliged to keep my bed My friendsadvised Mr l Ilcrstons traveling to the rest slopptt*
Marshal Middle District l'lorida.5 .
Let my work recommend me. I This syrup! In sides] being safe and active ver me to use uo moie ut it, but I resolved t agi'.e nty h.'use during the time, on looking at the ouent

THE Subscriber having citc'cd hi* 'h .p i at l mifuge, b iueable and pleasant to the taste.mil, :I 0- ____ --- -- __=-=== ;= -- --- ------------ it a fair triII, and sent for another bottle this I hid, he imrrcdifltely pronounced it not

& Store m ai i3aileyslifl, ofleishiscmces no child will refuse to tdke it. NOTICEThe subscribers have taken the LAND FOR SALE afforded relief, and strengthened and imf'ro.. its make, and furnished me with one which wu--

to the putiI as a first rate GUI 'mit h, It is also happily calculated for preverrns' ; and I 1" Stages! lormeily occupied by Peter Robinson, rGnHE Subscriber is nullu>riz..d to ujll three \'..iJL ed me as much as the first had weaked me. t On opening and smelling it, I was sensible of tdiffrence

:nn' is prepared Farmers plantation work.- removing m-iny ni her disorders to which .luldten! t where hoise-s will be received at LiveryTran- luablc Tr.irts of Land situated within ;;. Itl I for a third bottle, and am now restored, enjoying" altho' it looked like iu I then apphedl

'Ip\ aiso will work on Carriages or any o'her smithVrl. I are snl-jert, stint as bowel or summer complaints! sient custom parucul.irly attended to. Harks nnd and 25! inih-s Irom TullahasM-c.: The first contains: befer: health than I have dene for the lat ten ')intment which he gave me, to my leg ; it bed
\ hat isnecessarytobedoneinihecoiiniryanduishes I dianhina or Joo'lcnesuanilin; and IH1f IUr, it i> : Horses hircii on the shortest notice, and) every about 1920 Acres, 150 clcaitd! The tecond 5iuAcits. years-I am asain tnabled to follow the plough in a state of amendment on using the first plas
hs diligence in discharging work, and]I invaluable: for allaying those pains \vludi children I att'iviou paidtlaat will render thc present establishment ., 61) rlcand. And the third 3"t 0 Acre, al out ever since I last August. I am fu:ly convinced that and continued nntiil gotqtute scll.

e--iDr. -UNtomei-s, to secure to him a libtiai share ouiler in cutting iheir tce-ih, and if previously l sJtMac-orv! 10 ihe public.MICHAEL 2IKJ( rleaicd. These lands are ('fjual to any In .1/id- your, pana. ea maybe tIk'l without any injury, This ointment n certainly very valuableasi

i::pt.:ronage. EB .R BE.7L. used, will! render this o|>elation of nature prrfeilyini'd : LEDWIUIiCO. dlc Florid.i, and will be sold on terms advantageous and is a useful medicine. Yours, reNpecflullvDAVIDESHELMAX, wtuldbe a pity it should be lost to. the publiel

Balcv's ills, Jefferson county, J un 1 i. 43 I II' '! and free from danger. It iscqua'lyefli'-acious l : Tallahassee Ftb. I* Iti7:; to the purch er. 4 counterfeit arlicle, bearing the name and btincl
-- ---, in rickets and in the infantile remittent fever. I Iis It SI I --- _ -- ii. w. BItADEN.enStoie : The following remarks by the editor of the Stark' genuine. \VM K r ETAIASCumbtilanJ

JAMES II. COO K, recommi.nded with the assurance that it is fully' : Provision and tiroccrjJjrilE Talhil.I'CIa"I: 15li I.-37. tf i2 County, Canton Ohio, Democrat, are extracted .May 24. 1931.

No. 100 BROADWAY, New YORK, I ade'luteI the pin'poses intended, and that II1UCII subseiib' have united themselves under - - --- --- from that paper of April I, 1817.lioccie's From liar Btrtr'i, U'argA.

Between Pine nnd Broad Street good may be derived from Us !iml.licilyan,11D- th: finn ol t PEACHY: & MANER, for ihe NOTICE.IX :. P\-acE'\-Jre invite the attention ot I I have known Mr C Hersons to be the pje _
I florence, it .*aiiiiol elo harm. ufcsalllr"I1I1} the of at t Marks l the citizens lf Ca.ion: and the public generally
OFFERS for sale full and any purpose ; in town a weeks after da'e 1 will apply to the Jude .f.r Judkiii's Ointment for several years fany
Cabinet Furmturr a, consisting complete of !:Slot 11fnt of Diieciioiis accompanying each 1 oitle.Iarshairs Jli q.gxz: 4 QWIZ8 TQ. i? of the County Com t of Lon county, f-1 letters totheadveruseuientm unde-r the abve another column of i his pa residence i.i Mary laud,and the oinlni.nt

marble! tons, do plain; Dressing itd''ifl' with ? coiiipoinid'' Syrup of S 1'UIU:. Their! building* being large and commodiutis ffildmillirIti'lI, on tile tstite: of John B ail, late ol per ticle, ourselves he.ld. We have u:ed the ar 1y him lo hive bent i.tnme'i repuie. It IwiirVt
marbleand ana ran safely rccrornml fill it to the
Liverwort.For they 1 likewise pr"p..e.ulll'utIJII to lh j ii-e-il iu while fits
saidci.uniy, deceased.MARY] iienllj my own family, }
plain top Centre Tables both :i.'
nnd mvaluablf!
s-quarc ( uds and pub as an remedy (tor most e>f theillI.'noc
Forward. Cotton
cough colds asthmas Ufceii'in: and! (,1 Maryland and residence in this 8viih
during n>
round, with Marble tops, Pier mblcs do., Dunn-, spitting of blood, CHRISTINA DItA IL. with winch mankind are atihcred. Having y
tables in srtis and Brrakfast i liver complaints, whooping cough, and alldieacs to which ihy pledge ihniselvis to par Mid I1tSCl'l.. in, 17 6 > success.
single, : f all for a number of been
( I ears: the I.Neuuts
tn1.Is them liberal shire of j subject to -
sizes Bureaus of thc br asand lungs t'tition .is will eii-ulc; to a B IFAUGEMelhoJist
dn.. Soft!ol all qualities, f"shi1 and!I The restorative powers of this medicine in diseases i- patronage from lh Men hauls and I'lanieis ol the A11LL S.&c.. : or NiciiTMinr, to an alarming extent, the Book Room, Mulberry &t.
Prices, Mahogany Chairs {r"l. $Ti to $'ZO each. i, 'f the and 'i'hln counties of Georgia. Mill: Saws2 setts Pat. Scale, Panar-a wa s recomincndid to us J y Dr. llouckhimself
Chairs; of Lungs have been attested by the mus Tcnitojy n< ; >nng FORTY large New York, May 20th, 1833.
tokl'qualliu and sires every Sccietaues dcscrptonV and : respectable physicians both of Europe and this, Their guoiU will be, sold low for cash or 'rotuce.: Rowand's Tonic Mix tun. Received and we are harpy. 'o say we have Lecn To prevent imposition, C Herslons nao
(!.>. Ladies Woik Tables!, wit'i' Mai! 'ble Ulokcascsd. and wod, country. It possesses sedative, cxpecioiant and As they will cnde.it to keep en 1I:" d a constant on coiibi;nnn'nt, and for sale low, to close .sale*, by .\s a fami'y! medicine fr m th u distressing have hcsitiun allhctum.i his o.vn hand writingwill appear on the eflI1! J JLcttirs

tops, Mahogany 1 liilt, 1 post and French Uotdstcadf) I tonic ProPerties, and hen.-e alutr fivers, mitigate t 'lipplyofchoice and superior qualiti- of J Groceries 74T.. E. LLNMIENBERGER.July : tint I we l leliev'e it we is no !. : :asaving po>i pad: directed ti> him, in Fredcfl
Marble do. 'ji i I coughs and almost instantly rcinovvs slight and I and 1'rovisioiis of every de:criptl.n. Countiy 2D, 1 H37. 51 tlnsurpa !rl City, Aid. will' be nilenJed lo.
Hair Malras1 Looking and Glacses Feather, a Ucd.full! ,b.rtmclt wall recent cold, whilst it gives immediate i chef to Merchants and Planters will! find it to their interest _ 5-- __, __u_____ ____ 11ilM: Kl: > \ FOR KI1KU JLVfTS3l7 For Sale! wholesale! and rclai!, by
r I
article I tugctla 'I those winch: from neglect have asMimed to call Their More is now open. A CARl STEWART Drn
ever) ncessary lo jut nidI a h-msc.- TcimsIlbcaj :" a more ,I 111: excruciating pain-the decropFtudo and BARNARD, gB8
dangerous character, and seldom" fails to cure the JOHN BLo\H I PE.Cll.Y 1UA11 ID.1'a JL Tallahassee 17th 6eowIy'f.Rowand'sTouieMiNturC .
[ :_( Morcli35th, l37. 33-11]! defonniiy, antI th premature old age, \\hich Sept. 1S3G
most obstinate WM MAN Ell.Hi. ,
I \
-g -- CU y .J /.J,/1 }O..41 LR V1JLN'T arc the usual alien Jants: of time disorder are Ii will be found Marks Jan. ICth itt: ; J.Vtt. IJ. ,
1Q I superior to any other medicine atidA1
TI E 1.AX 1837 are now due. for the m ic of shortins} 1'1' breath; huaroe1Je --- -- --- -- --- ---- ------- No. 60 WATER ST., New YORK.Oilers by man v from ih!pair of a cure, or disappointment .
B'cat t :, NI:us UM: : ErinHI UODS.) in the etlK cy of I the numorou-i pretended antidotr.st Costive Pills.I
subscriber at his office in whmee7ing and service the
promptly remedial his t u meuhant! of
: III sot I'flesS If > AlabTina I < elFi-rt t.1! is But those who have I X consequence .1 the numenus attempts:
bassee, and paying the same, th! public' will much the breast and lungs. III wiionping cough its corrective MiVcnber has just HtClVtd a select a:- Geuigia and Florida! in the! purcha.se of Goods, fair trial of purpose. made n _L palm siuriotis[ it'mitatiis of llowaivl's T

Mi'? ,t SAM'L. II. nilVAL. t efforts will be speedily u' co\'en'J. MMtmcnl! of good- -tntal'l" for the seitsonVaies anti Mcrfhaudise. In the purchasing andselecting Dr. Jebb's ble Medicines 0:1 the public-he has deiernimtironfide
July ,__1837.-49 Tax Coll. nor."CITY the following anielis, viBombame /: of whole stocks of od Celebrated Liniment,
___ : Marshall's Tonic Mixture. comprising g > >, or in assorting the sales exclusively .o agents in ililtert
'STABLES Tbil". t, and .Meiino Frock Coats; ihtm. Having had Ion:* experience in the put: even in cases of longstanding, and of he most ?ever of the from whom alone LAS gci*
For Aiue anil Fever. II ld. lht do. OriMs do character, have received certain and country
Peter ItobiiiMHi's. ) rhasmg of goods for Alabdn.n, Georgia and Florida relief articles can bt had, and to guard the more elTe* |
Forlncl C. Marshall Venetian Ca and Eimineit Coitees he flatters himself that many hay bc-.i cured in a few days in 2-1
Prrparcd by Phila and lor; sale bv s ; any ciders entrusted sonic against the of n..uih.a'rioeJ I vf
ally impositions
THE for following the rules &emulations are adopt[ fcTEVV ItT & BARNARD, 'VI,.ite and brown Linen Jacket; to him will be with. satisfaction! on the part of those hours! as a nun her of persons in Bo-ton and vicinity rrs he has instructed his agents m Boston, ?
government of the above stables! '. next door to the Post OJirc Plain and fancy Marseilles Vests; who may favor him with their business. ,. who were formerly a 111 ic ted with Rheumatism, ; anti Baltimore, t.> make
and will be )stricily observe,!, i is hoped ihy wil I Jan. 28, 1337 25 6ms Satin faced do do; I ISefer: to l\e sales
gave general. satisfaction, and prevent any misun In.drstanding. -- ----- --- --- Figured Silk and Maun do; Baldwin Hawkins!, New York. -Win. Manei r ior. of the Proprfc tor, prov ing the most thorough In be carried lo Soi.fA /"'. ale again. Large quanBof

TheJ/ireofa DK. IIUXTEfiS Plair. do dnBoinbamennd do; Tallahasxc, Flo/ ,-Win. C Porm Apabchici I:t': and! surprising! : cures bj .mean of this powerful LINIMKftT. a pernicious article in imitation of tht *eMix'ure
ValenciaBla do; Flo.- is Daffin St. Tlo. Wm. : incases where other approved
Hack and four Craig Josephs, A. applications : have been manufactured by LuciasSC
Hack and : 6150 per day. TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCEILV. <-k rsnake-sUin Mocks, latest style; Mclvnisie, Irwinton, Ala.-Picston &. r\elms. Ct)- had utterly failed. stock & Co- of New York, and scut la Uu Soullsalt.

Sulkey) and pu horM Y thc use of Dr. I llunter'n incntiqiablc IMN, Sum and' Bombazine do; lumous Geo.October The name Rowland instead of Rowa*
Single horse 30 I peisons of cither .ex, if they carefully folloxv Plaid t Hair do; : 2'J, 1836. 1' -ly'r DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES on the bottles of the imitation. The gcnuifl*!
0 the valuable plan, and White and bhvk do -- The proprietor begs leave to recommend which
very ;
do do 1 : copious Direction*, ( : etc maybe had of the following pcrsom *
IIoisc at 70 per week, aecon pan} ing them, arc enabled elfectiiiilly to -r.i- Linen and Cotton Shirty j TO Till: A S'rTlMATuT&CONSUAIPTIVE. he does with the fullest confidence) one of the most t tnc only .Igenls in xhis purl of Florida and G4
do Li'err 0 per mot tim I dicate CERTAIN: DISEASC, and to restore Fig'd and stii|'id eo; fintir: most prevalent and fatal of all DiseaspH valnable remedies known for thin troublesome and F. Bam nard jr. &co. General Ta'
Single feed 0'2i per day, loot health, with oa80, kafe-tyand certainty. in a few White/ and blown: Cotton ')rawers; JL incident to civilized socirty-tho Consumpioumay painful complaint. Without going into detail, 'do William Kerr &. ThomasviIIe,

All hired must be for dJII'I nail Linen Thread Cloves; -may generally traced to tho least Alarmin" 0 deems it enough to say, he has in his possession James C. Ecclcs, CXuincy
hors fad in advance, un- gr'FIio Cxtent.ivo sale and mae .uid fmcy coloured Silk Hose; cIiKorders, a slight but neglcctod! cold. By estimation the most undoubted testimonials that it has '
Swaim .
less the person has an acci.ttit with the stabes.: nncxamplod nuccr M moro'l Lloyd, & Co. St. Marks
of this' Medicine, thi While nnd brown C"t'oii do it that hundred and! answered the fur which it
No horse delivered order from III and other cities and prin- : ; appears one filly thousand per completely purpose Thomas Alexander, IIi kstown,
without) an t he
< c.pal. towns throughout the Vigoi.ia and Lambs'-vvi'ol do pondie of the tended, than other medicine '
Union annually
owner or his known serv nt. for tlu| |dsl fiftccil ; consumption. Alostofthcse any popular Darius Williams &.Co., MonliccIIo! ,
Smoking t in the stable i 0 entirely forbid That year-diiriiig which n vvasHaiiMraeloril prepared y Snualfield and I Pongee I Silk Ildkf-*; dreadful results may be attributed to common cold: This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application J. D. Carpenter, Mickasooky.

cfctabliihment will ha close4 10 o'clock. Person, < Dr. COlli way, incontes'ibly prove that| when ulled Buck nnd fancy Silk Cravats; and a negligent treatment of the harraxsinp coup h to all conditions, agesand sexes. Fall direction The label of E. Barnard jr. Sf Co. will h*

entering will please close tl gate. ; with the I l.\iLC'l: JON WWUCRS, h elr6Ct" a'' Also, a few stilts of Youths' Cloth m*.', together that! gunerally e.nsac-which is usually f IblluwcJ by; description[ of the complaint, &C. accompany the bolllcs sold by the above agents. ,.

TljE PROPRIETOR thorough and speedy cure of that dreadful disorder with the above ankles, arc now ollerd for sale difficult breathing, pain in tho side, and nt lust IIIcerated each packet, which consist of two boxes. Ointmentand Tallahassee, July 7ih, 1837. ,
March 1837. 30tf denominated the Scourge of the Human Race cheap, for cjsh or approved credit. I.Qug Violent and repeated Asthmatic attacks Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, .50

: I L_ ".The PILLS arc accompanied[ when the case J. B. BULL.June aUu bring on Consumptive symptoms. One cents if but ono of the articles is wauled.t To those afflicted \vitliTHE Cofl

COMMITTED Jailor's Jloticc.' quires it, with the INJECTION I POWDCRS. __ _22:::, IS'JT._____ .IG-tf ortwo dollars expended in the purchase or Sale hy S7'1-W ART.\' BAfiNARD.DUMFillK'S celebrated Albion, Corn PLU1et$
to the CERATE thieve
// Jail of Jeff and constitute -
j powerfulmodicine
a mort
cuuly A DH. RELFE'S dI
'I'E.tCEIERW4tNTED. ASTHMATIC PILLS relief, and at the tim
*on county on the Sib iDJf.tvvo'fugutive slaves applicable to the various of this : EYE AVATEK same
ri, stages
viz: a negro man who sjvs his name h BOB i, Protean discidar. Full!and plain directions, with a ASINULU ,Gentleman. qualified to give in. and. JI11 a little attenll.unto their timely i aiiministra I For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate eas and drawl the Corn oat by the roots, IthO5tP
.nd popular treatife explaining the arious in I'smt,1ish Gmmmar, Geogr.1phy.ta usually insure a mitigation of these pain.
says he belanps 14 George T. Ward.o ii: symptom, and Arithmetic disorder and !' relief. On recent sore eyes, the effect is most sa 1 luUry. l- CitHTiriCATK.-"To those afflicted
and the mode of mayobtain a desirable situation usually eflecta The Pill!
Le. accompany each box by cure. .
n : Where tbe has been of
I ncgfo man who I applying to either of the fcubucriber also complaint yeast to their feet, I docertilythatlCorn have
\ cs that of either on the Micka- are an and effectual
CUlt1 iso persons sex ma V cure themsel Vel. easy remedy j for the
name | that standing, and in some exceeding bad cases,the '
ao fie. belong t suky iiud.seven miles' rth-east of Tallahassee Plaster, with complete success.
(Price of the Plli $1 a box the Pow- ,or symptoms preceding and
3eorge Brown ; Injection to 11. 11. accompanying the unexpected and desirable relict has been found In aCut1
"fSuropt B.Try used box it
r countv, Eq., Tallahassee. one ct"iipletclycnred
dei and
Cerate 60 Asthma
Misisippi cenu each.) and Consumption 'for colds the other remedy
fhe coughs, use of thit nye water. alter every
owners are requet ed t prove property%, D" Prepared fiom the original Recipe in MSf JOHN R. TAYLOR, difficulty of breathing lightness and Htriclute had failed. Man) persons who have used it, pronounce troubled me for many years. I
psy charges and take the JOHN ISLCR. for the benefit of those afflicted
i i the I late Dr.
avvay. a W T. CoNWAY
by his immediate Oct. 7, IK17. 9.2w across the chest t, wheezing, pain in the side, it the best preparation for theso complaints complaint. ,
J an. 2, SWBA/tUNGTON.JaiW. Successor, and the Sola Proprietor, T. KIDDER spitting of blood ffCFew case can occur ol t they have ever met with, especially in cases of ore- Flushing, L.I. Feb. 28."
__ 1837. 346m of whom they may be hid at his Counting NOTICE. any of thin cla!s of disorders, in which the ness or inflammation of long standing. Prico 25 Pamc ,50 cents a box.
Room i in purchase
TwelJ-Plve D Dan yer JVo. 9Q, next door to J. liaisons indebted to the estate of An of Dr. Relf '8 Pills will find cents a bottle.
Uwnrd. H. not a rich None nalesa
KIDDER'S ALL 07 are gvnoiaa
Drug f Court and lit the outside
corner None unless
I I. are genuine signed on
late of Leon
S Y.D fro the I 'very Stable, Tall.. never Street Dear Concert Hall, Botoa, and also t.make, immediate county, dece"od, me requested return for their trifling expenditure printed wrapper, by the solo proprietor, T. KID side printed wrapper,by the tote propni&\j

I.. w !erjebigtt, B. HORSE k by hi. appointment, (together with all thom other lag claims uinst said payment; ant1 thuse hUe Price-whole boxes SO pilU, si; half boxes DKH, immediate -.occeisor to the lata Dr. W.'1' DER. immediate successor to the Ute '
Seld -i(ed,I ar his(or valuable: MedieiiMi, at prepared by the late Dr. a= estate are hereby notified to 12 pills, 50 cents. Con way. Con WAT.-For tale at his Counting It6o1s I
them in form
tJ.$U .!.be went iy abL two ThOflt.b.I TeiiwAT,) by present law proper the within the time will prescribed For sale hy STEWART & BARNARD. For stile at his Counting Room, over No 91 t tt 99, Court street, near Concert Hall,.

Brn a Hol.1 by given 0 hi, del.eryai. Captu LiD I STEWART BARNARD, No. C.) forever barred.by to undeisigned EDW. P., or GRANT limy be Dec. 17, iS36. Court street, near Concert Hall, Boston, and also 1 bi t also by hit special appointment., byS1EWART

Ta.I'lt, h.rb 2:1'', Jm., 33t(, lafuhwrte. June2, 1835. DawcajiT.3Otf. 12 1837. Adm'r of Aia IL Rhodes.TPRINTING, of every deicnpticn, nea t-S. his special appointment STSWART by & BARNARD, 4TallahatMe

August i.Sni! ly ne utat! thii $cc. Tallahassee, Match 13. 11 (Ne. J Feb. 3 I ld.31 tfI

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