The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 28, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00272
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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--- FLOBIDIA1C clock at twelve would cease chance
eer t
Is published everj Saturday at Fiv Dollars per FLoRIiIA' I recover that which they ought have'previously
wi. bin the Fast Do.ls.r5if: THE known
annum, paid 'ear.-or w irrecoverably lost, adde
'. in aavance.z. to anguish of
ADV T1UMIN1"* inserted at One Dollar per rh seeing literally tcir las
of fif een line or less, for the first insertion :i:' it wrung from them. The e.ent

squire, and fifly cens; for each subsequent insertion.Adrertistmcnts .. week just dOd at the gaming houses were
not marked with the Dumber of 'ULAISsEztnnfs F AIRE." appalling. One person, whom I shall not designate

inertonqoired! will be continued until forbid -- -ta.. .LL' --r II.ID Jot within that time lOO0ollrtish: ; )
and charged lor. -
Letters the Editor business connected withbe aura CUlmtLlBy nijl1DAQgIIDJ.. tpmam. w, aQ '1'(() a eQi1. og. in the more recherche of the hell while tens
t g __ of thousands of workmen
esttWishment must be post r'< and laborers were stripped of farthing

NOTICE.SIX seize: any vessel or vehicle, and all armsor fill, his stomach and wet bis whistle with the BITTER THINGS. they could raise, rap, run, or eYr at the

imnlhi and after date,anJ I Khali present to the my Hon.ac- munition! of Kvar, about to pass; the frontier best that1*-going He ant himself at the feet of the clustered dcmoniunj. No. 113, Palais {{ovaL A pn-
vuncliers apply ..'
Ihtf Couniy: Coint of Leon C..unty. for a final *ettl of the U. S. fur any place within any The history of the present landlord of the columns, and, covering his face with his ; son well known on the Bourse Won 10,0Xfrancsat

ment and d'schar.re: from the ailminia ration of foreign Slate or colony: conterminous with White Lion is a history of repeated insults band, be wept. Frascati, on Saturday night 23d ulirao. !-.

the estate of James Lemon, late of said County, the United States, where the character of the exactions and injuries, all having in direct They were tbe first tears that he had hed He said he was then sure of 'break-

dr ued. ROBERT p. GREEN, vessel or vehicle, and the quantity of arms object the labli-hment of absolute tyrannyover since childhood, and they were agony. ing th bank." He did not keep hi word

Ad'mr in ric; "'t ..f ln-s wife Smannah and munitions, or other circumstances shall their stomachs and throats. To prove Men weep but once, bjt. then their tears are or money, however; for he 10,000

A. Green formerly Susanna A. Lemon. furnish probable cause to believe that the POETRY.From this let facts be submitted to a candid world. blond. I think almost their hearts must cracka francs on Sunday 20,000 francs on Tuesday,

March 10. '183S U- 0)6 said vessel or vehicle, arms, or munitions of the New York Mirror. He has refused to keep any thing to drink little, so heartless are they ever after.- 10)00 francs on Wednesday, 20.0 francs,

Fresh Supply of Spring A Summer war are intended to be employed by the OSCEOLA. but ball-faced whiskey. Enough of this. It is bitter to leave our (a. on Thursday, and 10,000 frncs OD Friday,

Goods & Bendy ITIadc Clothing.rjTHEiiib owner or owners thereof, or nny other person He has reftis-d to set upon his table for ther's hearth for the first time: bitter i: tbe and is, they say, a defaulter at tb Bourse
I New l'nrk cribfrh an PJt rxlenme rttwived awortment prr Brig Lucinda of$|*irij from and or peisent with his or their prixity, in PART I. dinner, any thing but turnip so'ip with a lit- eve of our return when a thousand fears I Another wretched man (for he must have

Summer Clothing.eonnUtine in part nf the f'lllowin articles carry ing on any military expedition: or operatiotis The ricl. blue sky is o'e-, tle bull-beef and sourcrout, which are not I rise ;in our haunted souls. Bitter are hops i been wretched) threw down, at Frascati on

Super Blue frock, BUckGrn du. Caubmereen.and Drab do Thibet do.; Bombazine Cloth Dreweoau dn do. within the territory or dominions of Around are the tall green trees, wholesome and necessary for the public good. deferred and self-reproarh, add power Saturday night last, a bank note of 1,0

Biimm.rIl.'thdfl 6* do ; do.; E"fli.h:! "Mrrinoe..lo do ; Ennlnrtt any foreign prince or state, or any colony, And the jessamine's l ie.Uh; horn thc everglade He has refused to let his only servant, cognised. Bitter ia poverty; bitter still is franc A "31 aprcs" turned up. ma paroxysm -
do.dn ; l V.rr "",Mon ; Bniehell do do ; White Lin- Is borne on ihe wandering b eeze. blink eyed Joe, more than six grains of
nido.; While Linen Round Jacrt: and Pants Brown do.. I district, or people conterminous with the U. On the mngl; dRrms and flowers put debt. I is bitter lo be neglected; it is more despair, he seized his half lost billet -

doGran.. Unn Drew and. Fn fk OoaU A larje awortinciit S. and with whom the U. S. are at peace, I lit, fierce and time.t'ning firm coffee to onp gallon of water. bitter be misunderstood.It thrust it into his mouth, and swallowed if.
of Pantaloon of "".ry varirty. An f'4ran.aaunrtIMnt a
of the Utert rtylr ..f dilk and Maireillet\ Ve ta, fine and detain the same until the decision of the That: lo.iKs like" :an caslc when pluming his wing He has turned loose a multitude of flees id bitter to lose an only child. I i i. He was instantly made prisoner, and given

Linen ShirU..Stork*Cotton.l Silk Hit dn H.. with.black Linen Silk txwnroi Cra vat.; .Linen Hosiery bo.omCollari. etc.. President be had for the restoration of the Te brave the gathering storm.Hii and swarms of bed bugs, to assail us in the biter to look upon (he land which once was into the hands of the police; but 'either from

etC. AUoeippTiHlby. t> nrxt arrival (rom New York. an same, or until such property t-hull be discharged rifle wiihin his gra'(p- peaceful hours of the night and eat our sub- ours. Bitter is a sister's wo, 1 brother's policy or humanity, the lessees of the gam-

aw TV>rtment tub order t'.at b*tnlrulIll'CI to him,at be i. in His features are clo'hed wi 1 h a warrioi'n. prid, lie has kept in our beds and bedsteads harsh
to eieeute. !an" may petent jurisdiction : Provided, That nothing up curse. Bitter area briefless bag, or severe with the thousands of
.*of three grand req..ite. tbl'lfall'rial! the work. And he moves with a monarch's tread. fathers
pnwnmn men alld the skiiltoz.o't. Rut t hI' (-urth Iond moil impnrtant in this act contained l b., ?o construed Uit He bends his listening ear, standing armies of these merciless savages, n clirte'. breads diploma that brings no fee. unhappy people who from time to time have i

eintim-he for hop old.aCMtl lo recejre tI. by and by, the CASH J B. BeLL from hit to extend: to, or interfere with any trade in lit- pe'-rs through the tangled' screen, I with their scalping knives and tomahawks Bitter i is half-pa)! attempted frauds upon them, caused him first

March 91 33 arms or munitions of \\ar, conducted in \easels And he smiles with joy as tile fl.\ h of steel whoso rule warfare is undistinguished destruction. It is bitter to n.use on vanished youth; it : to be helped to a glass of water, (for he was

-- EDUCATION. by sea within any port or place whatsoever Through the evergl de'. grass is seen. I is bitter to lose an election, or a suit. Bitter suffocating) and then set at liberty I shall
MARRII-Dgl'n'lemanand graduate of the One wave of lilt !stalwart; arm. lie has excited domestic insurrection amongst reference to this horrible
4 or with any other trade which might t are ra suppressed, vengeance unwreak- my atair. by
TJnivmity! Glasgow, Scotland, long cxpo.ofd Wild for-ps around him siand' us, by drunk before breakfastand that
getting afloat
stating, rUmors that
have carried cd and Bitter are Government
before the back.
been ,
prize area
Ixwlully on kept
,,<,. in he b-isiness of toit'on: accust-mjed Ant his eye gl I".es.bligl.t with triumphant li.;ht his wife, and servant before money
to read the prto'lraory"d un ler:raduaie eours p\ rBage ol'ihis act, under/ the law ol nations As he lo.'ks at his s"nrthy baud. making so failing crop, a glutted market, and a chattering will be empowered by the Chambers -

cs with candidates for, an I members of, the South and the ptovitions of the act hereby amended Bearer the b. yo-itts' pl..am- dinner,whereby there is often the devil to pay. speck. Bitter are rents in arrear, to license two public gambling houses.I .
Carolina Ci.llg., wishes to locate him..'lf perma- At the edge of the liamm'-ck now lie has waged cruel war against nature doubt it although there be
Sec. 3. A nd be: i fl further eiiactrd. Thai and tithes in kind. Bitter are salaries reduced ; can no question
tlv (at th .-ipiration (.f ths present year' in a The pale-face! ranks arc rallying, herself horses with broom
nei by feeding our that
private will increase
it t-hall be the of the officer and Bitter is gambling beyond
heakliy, part nf Fl.rlda. as Principal of an arade- duly making any But they seek in vain the foe. slraand them off to drink where perquisites destroyed.
mir or C.lleve. His hdy has devoted almost 20 seizure under this act, to make application. They BCC in that lovely s<*rn0 carrying I a tax, particularly if misapplied; a rate, par. calculation.Paris Correspondent of the

years 10 the arduous ut.e. of female educstion, with due diligence, to the dNtricl judge of Hut the humming-bird o'er the (lowers, swine refused to wallow. ticularly! if embezzled. Bitter is a trade too Times.
of her life.R. Joe in his villainy
He has
"nd inten'la to make the Business -be the district cnmt ofthe United States within And the gl!I tiering wing of the paroquet protected one-eyed full, and biilerei still a trade that has w
feienccs fur competency and rharaner can in the of r IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT.-A writer
our jugs by -
In the cool and fragrant!?; Inweis.!' robbeiy pretending .
which h seizure be made for out. Bitter is a bore!
South Carolinaanil sui ;
Jcntl. men in ; may warrant
givrn t.) Liirr.iry But hark from the cypress/ shade, to give him a mock trial, after sharingwith rays he was confined for sixteen years
Florida. Liter luiilp ssti to R. L. lmonds to justify the detention of the property From the Imy.tre''s ,glossy leives, him the It is bitter to lose one' hair or teeth. It in tbd jail of New York city for debt, makes
Ii A. Yor villc, S. C., will meet with immediate I 80 seized ; which warrant shall be granted And the no..k.; where Ih. vin from bough to bough spoil. is bitter to find our annual charge exceedour the
1I1t""tll n He has cut off our trade with foreign ports following statement in illustration of this
Ils .
only on oath or affirmation, showing that serpentine tvtave. inrome. Ii is bitter to hear of others' barbarous :
and brought in isis ball faced whiskey, whenwe system
there i is lo believe that the The loud, shrill warwhonps burnt fame when It
BY AUTHORITY. probable cause we are boys. is bitter to resign horrible
On tlis: sofinrd sleeping, ;r sent him to buy better liquor abroad, and ."I is a" place; and many a time
so Prized is intended to be used ina the seals fain would is bitter
t'w' OF THE CNITFD ITATKS rALr AT THE SCCOKO properly And q'i ck. hriht; tlnrts surrounding: deat'.iArr. with a perfidy scarcely paralleled in the we keep. I wb n through the grates of my prison I have
ICSSIOK OF THE TWCNTT-riFTH COKCBISS. manner contrary to the provisions of this feuful there. to hear ihe winds blow when we have watched
y glancing most barbarous he has been known to of the setting sun they
PUBLIC N 7.ANT act and if raid .shall refuse to issue ages, friends Bitter th rays a
; judge The ea- le with fierce delight; ships or at sea. area broken
drink our foreign spirits, and fill! our bottles glided some neighboring spire, I have won- *m
ACT to amend an art entitled "An actor such warrant or application therefor hall .4l'r. B'l ha. his pinion cast, friendship and a dying love. Bitter a woman dered "
with the dire that.any man could find it in his heart
And nhriiiks he bdthrc in ihe crimson rain most portions. ;
of commissioners not be made the officer such ne __ scorned betraved!
( the appointment to by making seizure a man
And ivce.n through the whizzing blast lie has imposed taxes upon us to an enor- -- -- to put a fellow being in jail for debt; I have
the rlaims! to reservations of land within reasonable tune not exceedingten Bitter H the secret wo which
AHju.: i Th' limt'elorm i o'er- mous amount, against our consent, and with none can at last givfert up the hopes of liberty-blessed
undtr the fourteenth: article of the treaty days thereafter, the said ;properly shall The hamnv ck is reeking. rrd- out rule but his own arbitrary will and share. Bitter are a brutal husband and a liberty! I can hardly write tho word without

of eighteen; hundred and thirty, with the forthwith be restored lo the on tier. But ii Gilt u ho looks ih re w ith \ictoi ions mile pleasure.A any faithless wife, a silly daughter, and a sulky dropping I tear at the recollectbn of the

Choctaw Indians." the said judge shall be salaried: that the On the heaps of the pale-face dead ? son. Bitter are a losing card, a losing horse. of
joyous days liberty which
: .
Tis a tribe's young warrior chief! landlord whose character is thus markedby are gone
Be it enacted bythc Senate and] House of I seizure wan justified under the provisions of The deeds of whose venveful flame act which define a tyrant anda Butter tbe public hiss, the private sneer. am sad when 1 think how they have fled
every may
Representatives of ihi United States of Amcrira this act, and issue his warrant accordingly. rl.ive: filled! I she ear of a mighty lanJ miser, is unfit to keep a boarding house for Biter are old ae without respect, manhoo away like a dream, and that neither I nor my

in Con les.* assembled, That the then the same s-hall be detained by the officer With the terror of his name.Je Cherokee Indians. I without wealth, youth without fam ter creditors can ever recal them.-When I entered -

ronnmiiinnpri$ provided for ir. the act here. so seizing said property until the President ; leaps from his covert da-k Nor have we been wanting: in our attcn- is the east wind's blast; bitter a step. ames' the walls of terrible jail, in which

bv am.nd,*d. or a mrjnrity of th,'ni, shall shall order U to be restored lo the own- And Like! the the hanilot(re-flash!w.ike from f.um the it*smoke midnight, sleepAt tions tu Mrs S. or Miss Sally. We have kis?. It i i" bitter to mark the wo which we I am writing this little story of my life I was

hive full power and auiho'itytn a
ie *ions lo niirh place or places, within, Ihet due course of law, on the petition of the lie enters the praciJul C"t, imity-we have conjured them to alter a state lend. adored, ard as fine a boy as ever smiled itt

state t of Mi!!rtHsippi, as in their judgementth cl.iitnanl, as herein provided.! And snore blooJ-drops there he leaves of things which would inevitably interruptour But bitterer far than this, than these: than the face of a father.-The boy is dead, and

interest: of the government & the claim Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That Than That the are muliifl trilled">ra'n about ctim the on eaves.gems connection and correspondence. Theytoo all,is waking from our firsljdelusion! ForthenWe my wife is no more. She was, indeed, a

nnt may require such scs*ins to he hfld.Ser. the owner or claimant of any property seized PART II.In have been deaf to the'! voice of justice.We first feel the nothingness of self-that most excelentvomal; but she was woundedto

2. Ant be it further) enacted Thatin under this act, may file his petition in the circuit [ a dark and dungeon room are therefore constrained to hold all three hell of sanguine spirits. All is dreary, by lorrIrs of our situation.

case of the death resignation i or absence ot district court of the United States in Is strc'ched a mighty f.'rm. of these parties alike inimical to our well being blank, and cold. The sun of hope sets Her spirit was brken down, and she, with

of any one of the said commissioners, the the district where such seizure was made, And it s'iake. in its dreadful a::onyLi1 anti] regardless oi our comfort. ithout a ray, and the dim night of dark despair the infant that caused her sickness, died in

remaining: two commissioners hhnll }have setting forth the facts in the case; and thcre- e a leaf in the autumn 6tOI m. shadows only phantoms. The spirits jail shortly after my imprisonment

full power and authority 1" proceed and execute upo i such court shall proceed, with all convenient No Its'pilUr'd tuft in palmetto the clear hangs bright air, From the Illinois Backwoodsman that guard round UH in our pride have gone. BTKJOETTE OF COURT,-Most of tile 'ladies *

the powers given by this act, or the act despatch after\ causing due notice to But n sorrowing group, and the narrow wall, A BRAVE GIRL.-In this State, no minor Fancy weeping, flies. Imagination droopsher attendant on the queen have imitated

kert-hy amended.Sw. be given to the district attorney and! officer And a smouldeiing hearth are there. can obtain from the county commis- glittering pinions nnd sinks into the their royal mistress in the style.bf dressing

3. And be it furihrr enacted, That making such seizure, to decide upon the said The white froth on his lip, sioners' courts a license to with- earlh. Courage has no heart and love their hair. This is mailer dbout which her
the !said l; ronimi-isioneis shall !have all the i case, and order restoration of the property, I 11 I i i. treml'ling; gasping breath, marry, :eem a traitor. A busy demon whispers majesty i is
exceedingly ; The
And the hallow rattle in his th oat out first obtaining the consent either of his : parlictnar.
it shall that the seizure that all is vain and worthless
unless and
ofa court rcrnrd for the appear was authorized we among disorder
pnwrr purposeorcflmpPlvinz Proclaim the death. slightest or to untMiness
by this act: and the circuit and district conqneier parent or guardian, and, without such ihe vainest of a worthless crew!-Iflsracli.EXPERIENCE. approach
; the attendance of witnesses Tis the pr %ud, victori us chief in this department of the toilette, in of
courts shall have jurisdiction, and are Who smiled 'mid the pa'e-face slain license, cannot marry in this state. Young any
edminiltf'rin oath, touching mailers deW'ncinl her ladies, i is sure to excite remark, and that
hereby vested with full power and authorityto 'Tis the eagle thit: swept through ihe hizzing blast couples frequently fly to the oppositeside :
) ; hrfon' thorn prcpprvinj ord piini!.hln2 (ronlempts and shall have power ; try and determine all cases which may And rain. of! the Mississippi, where no licenseis I reritnce-word, so lightly used, so little such a pitch has this criticism been carried
arise under this act; and all issues! in fact arising For Ins own green forest-home I understood! }
make needful rules f the required. xp"riencc-mystlrious h.1t
all (
to u regulation\ had lon and well, sdme of the ladies in are
lie strugsled waiting
rif the proceedint before them, as well A* ; u ider it shall be decided by a jury in the But the soul I that had b-eaMed{ a nation's arms Tries "runaway matches," as they are 'spirit! whose result i is felt by all, whose na- compelled to takr. their I ladies in waiting"to

to rmploy one or more intcrprelrus, and one manner now provided by law. At the our.h of a f tier, fell. called, are very frequent. A laughable l lurs is ,described by none. Tho father i _give the ** foihinl touches": before entering -
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That He had worn wild freedom's crown the son of- h, and- sometimes I uI
or more agents to collect Icslimony for the occurrence of that kind happened few war your aDproa I the royal presence. [X. Y. Mirror.
whenever the officer seizure On his bright unconqne-e-J brow ,
United; Satei.See. making any un which has made much in looks to you as his! ofpring's cure .
Since he first saw ihe light;: oIhis beautirul skies: days ago, sport
der this shall have for and obtained
4. And be it further enacted. That act applied It was gone forever now! this region.A and his:own consolation. htar of you Inhaling slcer.-I is said in one of the
a warrant for the detention of the property in the hear of in the worldwe
for defraying the contingent of( the his last dread hour nursery-we you French from Professor
expense But still in lIissabout 17 of who is papers professedly -
the claimant shall have filed a petition years age,
or hear of in books but who has
said commission the sum of five thousand Did not bright visions com"! you ; recog- SiPiman's Journal, that
for its restoration, and failed to obtain it, and the heiress to an estate valued at $10,000, on openingthe
that sloe.1 l
visions nised until
Criht a golden gleamOn he was subject nnd
dollars is you
your mules
be, and the same hereby appropriated : after death; which have been em-
the property so seized shall have been in thecustody the daikness, of his doom : lately ranaway in company with a brides- who has discovered the object of much1iitir ,
of in the within the Mexican
out any money Treasury ! of the officer for the term of three They rR maid and her love, who was nearly thirty. until he has kissed chaint To
not otherwise appropriated.Ser. And they hnnjon his mutterinbrrith! ; your to five pouuds of silver are often found in
5. And he it further enacted: That calender months from the date of such seizure Th. spray thrown up f-'orn life's frenzied flood Her guardian, believing the man totally gain you is the work of all, and the curse their stomachs, and that he has several specimens .
it shall and may be lawful for the clai- Plunging to the gulf of death of her had refused his ol all the time
the! 8njd act shall be and remain in force. unworthy consent. ; you are at same necessary of it in his possession, the metal being -
until the first dii August next. mant or owner to file with the officer a bondto The close walls shrunk awny ; When they reached the bank of the Mis- in our happiness and destructive: of our felicity perfectly white: an I Ib.
y pure.
the of double the value of the she stainless ,
amount Above was sky j
pro- the saviour of all and
Ser. 6. And he it further\ enacted, by (the seized and detained with at least And .she lakes with thrir floating isles of flowers sissippi, the ice was running furiously in ; you are things
aulho'ity aforesaid, That the compensation two perty sureties so to be approved by the judge of Spread glittering to liisjrye.: the river; but the young lady, expectingevery the destroyer of all things ; our best friend Logical.. What do you think of singlo ,

lobe made to the dUtriru attorney for his O'er his< hut, the live-oak spread moment her guardian would arrive and our bitterest enemy, for you teach us I blessedness! ?" said a gentleman td his fiiend.
services shall be -q'ial to the compensationallowrd the circuit or district court with a condition Its branching gigantic: : shade: truth and that liuth is-despair. To wake h Why *' said he. to blessedness: 1
there in her lover lose single
when pursuit, urged to a ,
that th0 property. restored, shall not bused Wiih its d"ts of le.ive and its robes of mss
to n commissioner under the act or employed by the owner or owners Broad blackecin; on the glade.. not an instant in pushing the boat from fiom your bright hopes, and feel that all i is it wil do-but it certainly can be regarded
vanity-to be roused from crafty plans "
hereby amended. your half-blessedness.
thereof, or by any other person or persons But a sterner; ht is round shore. His courage seemed to have a I, as :
and know that all worthies i is
Sec. 7. And be. it firther enacted. That is n ,
B Mile's wild torrent is there, : bIter
with his or their ;privity, in carrying on any good deal abated but he with the owner .
contained The tomahawk eleams and the red blood ; but your sure destiny. Escape i is irpos '
nothing in this act. or the act streams, .- A man has started a paper in the
which this is intended to amend, shall beso military expedition or operations within the And the wnrho ps nnd the air. of a large skiff, and the bridesmaid, em- ble; for despair is the price of conviction. slate of Maine to be issued "occasionally" 1,
Territory or dominions ofany foreign princeor At the head of his faithful bind bark with his intended bride. had
construed as to embrace the claim of They many centuries have fled, since Solomon -which is a great deal oflener, the editor
any tt-rriblc
Indian, or head of A Choctaw family, who conterminous State, or any with colony the,United district,Slates or people.wIth! As He he peals fieicely f'Tth leaps his'mid ihe cry slaughtered heapsCf nearly reached the bead of an island, in his cedar-pal.ice.s,, sung the vanity says, than he i is able to'get his pity for it. 16

has removed west of the Mississippi( river States and the foe that hut fought;; to die. about a third of the distance from the op- ol man! Though his: harp was golden, and

Sir 8. And be it further enarted, That whom the United shall are at peace such; COne posite shore, when the current became his throne of ivory. his feelings were not Description of an Editor.-An editor is

if it shall be proved to the thereupon the officer restore property raspanti; the eye is glnzed, less keen, and his conviction not less com but of
Miirifaclion the cakes of ice a creature
of I to the owner or claimant thus giving And Hill is the stiff'ninp clay more rapid, very large, imagination. Nobody ever
said commissioners that any rl.iimanl ha" That such restoration shall! The eagle s ml of the chief had pass'dOn and l their situation extremely dangerous.The plete. How many sages of all nations have, saw an editor. Nobody bath known bin:.
); bond Provided
attempted or shall attempt, by hi. lestimor.y' : made, the \battle's flood awny. lover, excessively frightened, and for- since the rr.onarch of Jerusalem, echoed his He is an invisible, impalpable, immeterial.
seizure from again !
j to eututitulft( the child! another Indian, the not prevent of bat his dear sad philosophy! yet the vain bubble still He ii not an individual being, for he i ia a
in there exist fresh cause to MISCELLANY.ROUND getful every body own &
case may apprehend nnd still allures and must forever.The .
of such 1 is
nime claimant so attempting tot glitters WE An 1 defined, a substantial cntl y,
new violation ofany of the provisionsof selfbawled out in the most piteous accent,
. a of i ia brief for
make such aubititulion, shall be stricken ROBIN. genealogy experience ; which all can understand, who' havd, a looking -
this "Oh I shall be drowned! I shall be
, frem the list of claim"nts.j net. One of the best legal stories we know of is experience is the child of thought, and I glass before them ; but WE, a singular
: Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That called drowned and bitterly reproached his lady thought i is the child of action. We cannotlearn amullum is
Approved Feb. 22d, 1830. that of Round Rubin, as it is familiarly plural inparvo a mystery that
, j every person apprehended and committed for in the lower circuits of North Carolina love as the cauce: of his probable death. men from books cor can we form, cannot be com.PI ehented bv common brains.

.. PUBLIC-No. 10. trial, for any offence against the act hereby I ', ,_____ __ ._ .1._ ..__u 1':1 AA.I She uttered not a word, her courage and from written descriptions, a more accurate a ---
act un:; aim
-- <*na owes us IlUmu.1U me very
An ALL; supplementary to an act entitled I i amended, shall, when admitted to bail for his I cultivated mind of a lawyer, who is still alive, presence of mind seemed to increase with idea.of the movements of the human heart, Lie in New York-Tit ruling pwsion.Is .

; "An act in addition to the act for the punishment appearance. give such additional security as but in a distant Western State. All the the peril. A tremendous cake of ice fair- than we can of the movements of nature.A Is yotlr ado to-day ?'* asked a
I .f certain crimes against the the judge admitting him to bail may require, read all his life and form no frien
l lawyers attending court about the year 1820, ly capsized the boat, but it was so large man may of a broker .Very ill. replied
United Stales and to repeal 1 the act not to violate, nur to aid in violating, my of, conception of the ruth of a mountaintorrent -
boarded at the house of Mr. S. who at the that all got on it, the lover rendered her gentleman; struggling 16 maintain compo.

therein mentioned appreved twentieth the provisions of the act hereby amended. beginning of his life, as a publican, was assiduous no assistance at all. It bore them to the or the waving of a forest of pines ina sure, tears courting down bis agitated features
of April, eighteen hundred and f\1\ btef'n. Sec. 7. And be it further enacted That storm and a study in hu closet u
and provident, but riches multipliedand head of tbe island and fortune ; man may very ill, I would nat give tea percent
Be it enacted b, the Senate and Houce of whenever the President of the United Stales Boniface became lazy, crusty and parsi- as good the heart of his fellow-creatures forever, for his chance fut life. lb.
would have it the chute beween it and the
Reprtaentttive of the' United of America shall have reason to believe that the provisions monious.-His accommodations, as they arc and have no idea of the power of ambition,

. in Uongres* assembled, That the several of this act have been, or ,are likely to called from being the best, had Missouri shore was frozen over, and they I or the strength of revenge. Il is when we I If win* b poison, s is tea-
usually f very .
collectors anal officers, surveyor, ioapec- be violated, that offences have been, or are by degrees degenerated into the very worstin I crossed it without difficulty. They reached hue acted ourselves, and have seen others What Bitisanottiershape matter whether one,; be killed

; t4)tS of Customs, the marshals, and deputy likely to be, committed against the provisions the whole country. This was borne with tavern near the river, and after changing acting; it ii when we have laboured ourselves By canittir or_gray*. t Ii. Y.Mirror.

;. marsh..la or the United Slates, Iud every of the act hereby amended, within any Judi- mutterings from time to time, until in a fit of their wet garments and becomingwarm under the influence of our passions, and --

t ether officer, who may be specially empow- cial district it shall b. lawful fur him, in his desperation the whole fraternity oflauyers, at a good fire, the lover hinted at have seen others laboring;; it ia whet our An article on Dueling ib abe American

f' tred for the purpose by the President of the discretion to direct the judge, marshal, and after mature deliberation in Congress assent- the young lady that it was time now for great; hopes have been attained, or have Monthly Magazine, the subj"c in a 1

United State, shall be. and are hereby district ot such district to attend al balked it ia when after having bad manner and illustrates the
rt they attorney bled, resolved to quit the house and go to another them to have the knot tied, as the magis-. been ; cemmonseolel !
'wpectivelauthorized and required to seize such place within the district, and (or such in the same village. The duty of announcing tratehad arrived for that and he human heart revealed to us, we bye ethics c by several anecdotes, one .

t. cud detain any vessel or any arms or muni. time, as he may designate for the purpose of the separation devolved upon the purpose,him he first opportunity to think; it is then i w e f which we extract ;,
in the She
( ttoos\ ut war which may be provided or pre- the more speedy and convenient arrest and gentleman above specified who wrote the was next room. gave a cnn think, that tb whole truth lights upon In Boston, we are told, there is a cornea']

: fatd (or any military expedition or enter-\ examination of prisons charged with the violation following, and sent to the landlord signed with most withering look of contempt and declared us; it is then that we ako( ourselves, whether pondence going on still, which began ten o'.

i Pf1M saint the territory or dominions oft cf the act hereby amended; and it the names of all the decidents in a round ring she would never unite her destiny it be wise to endure such anxiety of mind, yea ago with a challenge. Mr. A., a bach- -

; ?.' rinee or state or of ny colony, shall be the duty of every such judge or other below. with one who was so selfish and cowardly. such agitation of spirit, such harrowing of elor, cnge Mr. B.., married. man wit t

I 'conterminous% with the U. officer, when *ny such requisition shall be A DECLARATION. It was in Tam that be attempted entreaty tbe soul, lo gain what may c ax. to interest O CI< rpue that- the cndiin :-

*hom received him; to attend at tbe place and her resolution.She which the belli few not equal, that he must necessarily
o' ihejr are at peace, con- I by "When in the course human events, it and argument to change tomorrow, or fo at w.r pat
.I ixib section of the act passed on i bribe time therain designated. becomes necessary for a half hungry half fed, was immoveable, and replied to him 1e.ri of enjoyment can alone be afforded; more at risk with his life than the oter..n :

of April rijrhteeu hundred and i. Sec. 8. And be it further enacted That imposed set of men; to'dissolve the bondsof with scorn. it i is then that we waken to the hollowneaa b din A year aftrard h recind

t.. hied' an act in addition; to the it shall be lawful for the President of the Uni- landlord and boarder, decent respect for A few days afterwards, she returned tb of all human'tbiol"; it U .theatbat the sayings Ir. ., w sat

.', t' m'uhmeni of tertalo crimes a. ted States, or such person as he may empower -, the opinions of mankind, requires that they the house of her guardian, thankful that of sages, and the warnings isfpropbetiiire that be too bad DOW a wir h
'Imtt'd! States, and to repeal the (or thllt purpose to employ such part of should declare the rallies which hare impel she iridit i : explained and understood; it is'then that supposed therefore objection of M D

;; .It '1t..t t) 't\entioned.'and retain'pom*. the land or naval forces of the United States, led them to the separation.We had.e escaped arg'l hos we gain experience. was no loeger.valid. ,Mr. B. replied that .1
-lldlel'' hf only object waft bad children tbe''; ,.
:me until the "eci.ionor the or of the militia, as sliafl be necessarj: to 'prevent hold these truths lo be self evident that : ow two CnuDty inequality

1 ':dr'L't' *; had ther.oB. or Orrttl the seir the ,violation sad to enforce the due execatioajaftbis all men are created with mouths. and stomachs erlorretwIttdtIth aie tt tin With the old year tenridated the li&u still bit n lea Mr,A, '

'S. "'ied .. hsrt4uafier 4irICIeL .ctaiuj the act hereby amended.'ec. l. } and that lItei.re endowed by: their river also;bat such showers of(rd1t amconUmpt t b1 pbl( raelddft** b frriu z renewed !bis iaIIesgehavtguo4wo; > chil-
;. !
\-.d: be it futh0r were bestowed \ uainfei to ate l hadtbreer 'This
.eo.ctedThat .bh..cienr
> 9. And,be it further enacted That Creator with certain 'unalienable rights, among tat m'pt .

4. .''It.l, 'cers uteAtiaQed ialhe 1rV" this act abaU eeitinue in (oreafor. the period which ii, that no man shall be compelled be fottnd it best deciap, .h-b d the lesseet'ofAeee belle ,, :J. !

,,, '\':"In' shall be,: aocI ,they ... berabJ of two year Mid no Ion..... to starve out of mere complaisance, 10'a m few nights ago.leaving bt. mourners (o their expiries' prhrifcffc, Tbecoasoettsness numbers being six.I--ic

( lutboriud required to March of onoaid demands. that with the last strefcf tbe o,ery n
.. I Approved, 10, 1R38, landlord; and that every man has a right to o



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iIi V Itituti expressly, should so'effectually dim' MR. BIDD ,ES LETTER: crop'go to their -destined markets: without resorting to "otter 'cities"lo'"oblalii'Panai Tonal afcinnif. "A.h* 'between Van'dejing b.nd< of

f '1'IiE FIJORIDIAN.I his vision, as to I lead to conclusions so entire- Mr. Biddle, President of the"U. S. Bank 'depreciating their price. After this, the re-1 f for their.I usioesj. PhiladeJohia liberal I and has the on Banks thethe head savages.,waters of partjr'of the Gus surveyors d frog,n the
been A loupe,
e ; I TALLAHASSEE, ly at variance with our remarks. 'We statedno has published a letter to J.hn Quincy Ad sumption, with the aid of Congress would, contrary sustained their merchants and basine sen. engagement, in which a troop of report "n

r such thing. Our objections arefcased alone ama, On the subject of the early resumption' have been easy and spontaneous. It was Lave New, YOlk aloneis tbe and Sb''Dtfougbt

..... SATURDAY. APRIL 28, 1338.L upon the fact that the Bank can demand a! of specie payment by the banks ,generally* in this spirit that the Bank of the United n The Legislature the Banks to re- flight with the Cam.nche loss of eight men put the i to
It ADONIS pledge of the faith of the Territory to an.un- The letter sets forth the causes which led States has not diminished ten per cent of Its10Ans"while determined to compel .
received but liberal of
unaccompanied 1 Other states have been more By way improving the
limited amount. We object to such free to the suspension and assigns various reasons | l it added about three millions! sumo. currency, Iom
by the real name of ilic+ author we decline trafic of the "Faith of the Territory." It is why the banks should not resume at to its specie-and will have given the necessary giving to the Banks the opportunity of con- ingenious persons I have suggested that

I' f publishing the communication. too lightly regarded by some of our Legislators. present. Mr. Biddle ascribes the suspension facilities for shipping the crops of suiting their own as well as the interest time of government of Texas should I instead' of Usuing.t 0

An error ocurred in our statement of the With the present officers of the Bank, lo three causes. The specie circular I the South and West to the amount probably the community, by affording sufficient misory which notes be issue bIl., each of

Jt Indian attack on Afr. Pnrefny'a house. We (he people might perhaps be perfectly secure, prohibiting the receipt of any thing but goldor fifteen or twenty millions of dollars! pla for preparation. Tbe letter concludes, may an immediate c t0 ia0J(
elated: that it centred on Saturday, it should particularly ns they have not asset demanded silver al the land office The "mismanagement cing its own confidential\ Agent in England "On the whole.the course which in my judgment representing some specified portion, Joni;

"I hate been on ?und<
'., to matte this correction in jnslirc to Cap'. theless too indefinite.and administered by improper were scattered over the country, and become interests of the country This seemedto this: prepared for purpose. The Iberrt

; Newsam-tvho it was stated joined Major persons! might lead to disasterous re unavailable in business transactions. The be its proper function. It was thus that The Banks should remain exactly they does not seem to take, and will scarcely u

1t I Taylor+ on Monday morning which would sults. And why the directors oi the institution clamor raised by the Executive against t it hoped to discharge its duty to the whole are-preparing to resume, but .not yet re- attempted

have made more than twenty tour hours, should be so particularly sensitive of an bank notes, by which the people became Union. It was thus too it could show its suming. The Mexican fleet bad disappeared rrll

't t 'when his troops wero at a distance of only allusion to this feature in the charter, or object alarmed and caused a run upon the banks fidelity 'lo Pennsylvania, by aiding its: public They should begin 83 the Bank of England the Texian coast whether driven 01 by the

'five miles from the scene of depredations. to fixing it at some definite sum, we cannot for specie. Mr. B. mingles much of the impiovcrnents keeping its business and did under similar circumstances, by fright they received from the en ine

imagine. No injury could result to the politician with that of the financier in defence its people in comparative ease, and by not paying the small notes, so as lo restore coin of the Columbia, or by the dread of ahoy

t The sale of lots in the now town of Port institution by such a compromise, and would of these positions, and charges upon the Executive suffering the prosperity of its commercial I to all the minor channels of circulation but enemies equally formidable, has not |bees

f Leon on the St. Marks river, takes place on remove this formidable objection to theircharter. nnd Governrnenr a wish to maintain capital to be prostrated-objects these, far not make any general resumption until they revealed Recent arrivals from Tampico

.t I Thursday next. The proprietors, we understand power by a popular excitement against all I more important than whether specie payments !. ascertain what course the Government will state that the blockading squadron had. te.!

I are very sanguine: of the success of We are not opposed to the Life and Trust banks and the credit system generally. lIe btt resumed a few months sooner or pursue, employing in the meantime their turned to that port und sailed tbenc&for

this place over any other site on the river, Bank, and rejoice that with the other banksin assumes that the Government advocate a I later whole power to forward the crops to market. Vera Cruz. From this it would seem, that

being nt the termination of the Rail Road the Territory, it has, during the late exist resumption thus early, knowing that the "The injurious effects of n contrary course The American Banks should do in short all the parade of this blockade was got Up
I difficulties well sustained its credit of business. what the American Army did at New-Orleans more for bravado, than from serious
and one of the highest situations: on the river. ing so and hanks an unable to sustain themselves, and are seen in all the relations inieu.
; Persons wishing t', obtain lots either for usefulness. Our first reference was such as the after a few months of hard struggling and Take for instance the debts to Banks and stand fast behind their cotton bales lion of shutting up an enemy' ports. per.

\ : bimnosi or for a summer residence, should friends of the institution had no reason t a toil, will recede again into a situation far to individuals. The debts were mainly contracted until the enemy has left the country. haps the prime motive of this excur1ion,1S

I. attend'lhe sale. The r are will run free be complain of. We believe they have never more ruinous than the present-credit will I when the currency was abundant. These are my opinions very deliberately the hope of booty, of which barren

tween this city nnd St. Marks on that day. denied the truth of our remarks, and if the be shaken, and many of the banks never be They must now he paid in a very altered formed, and very frankly expressed. Theyare might have been gathered from unarmed

Bank is injured by the controversy, it will be able to resume a payment of their bills in state of! the currency-and it is necessary thus set forth not to influence the course passengers, but for the rencontre with the
"We refrained from noticing a vulgar l attack attributable to their when! the of others but to explain own. Columbia.
\ entirely own imprudence. specie. Mr. B. asserts that no one of the to proceed with extreme my
r. upon our Delegate, Col. Downing, published Three causes of the suspension has ceased to exist. relation of the debtor to his creditor changed With great respect and esteem, yours
s', in the Editorial columns of the Watchman companies of the sixth Regiment, which neither could control, N. BIDDLE. Assembly of New
of the 14th inst., and should not have under command of Capt. G. C. flutter, have "The disorders of the currency lie too deep by events TEXS.-The
made Philadelphia, April 5,1838.
because! if this change be not very by a vote to 3, have adopted
referred to it except as a specimen of the arrived at St. Marks destined for the defence for superficial remedies, and these palliatives
time all l
.' l Editors refined taste, but for a more recent of the frontier of Middle Florida during' the irritate without curin Congress, and Congress gradually so as to bring at the same IMPORTANT MILITARY INTEL- the following resolution:

.; t attack appearing in the columns of that paper summer. This is the regiment promised the atone can apply adequate relief. What the other relations of life lo the same standard LIGENCE.We Resolved, (if the Senate concur,) That
'. in which is copied a letter from an anony Governor by Gen. Jesup, in case he was unable Mr. Madison said to Congress in 1816 i is you inflict injustice or perhaps the admission of tbe Republic of Texas
I President of the United
I debtor. It thus that learn that the
the England
mous correspondent in the Apalachicola+ Gazette to close the war during the campaign even mOle truo in 1633. "6'or the interests was into this union would b entirely repugnant
which has just ended. number- of the continued her suspension for twenty-five States, by and with the advice of the to the will of
accompanied by very unjust remarks, They abou t community at large said he, .IS the people of this State, and
: I tis to the views of our Delegate, in reference 250 men, have rePoriel to the Governor and well as for the purposes of the Treasury it ,years and by an Act of Parliament gave Senate, has conferred the Brevet of BRIGADIER would endanger the Union of these United

t to a Slate Government. Had the Editor of await his orders. We learn that three other is essential thai tire nation should posses a I several years notice of the progressive resumption GENERAL on the gallant Colonel 1 States.I .

J the Watchman bee i disposed to do Col. D. companies were detailed for the same service currency of equal 1 value, credit and use,- in order that all the business of the. TAYLOR, of the First Regiment of Infantryfor

justice, he would have published an extractof as well as 250 dragoons. It is probable wherever it may circulate. The Constitution country should adjust itself to the approaching his meritorious conduct in the last action The crop of cotton raised in Texas
effect of sudden
a }letter from Washington, to a gentlemanin however, that the order of part of the troopsto has entrusted Congress exclusively, change. have the before any in with the Florida Indians. Since learning year amounted lo 30,000 bales. The Tex rat

this city which appeared in the Floridianof the Cherokee nation, will prevent any fur with the power of creating and regulating a movement we us a striking the above appointment, we have been ians are making efforts lo ship their cotton
It the state
I the 17th M rch, {in which it is then addition to the Infantry force in this currency of that description-" Th only stance. appears by published direct to The
t distinctly of Ihe Banks of the city of( New York, enabled to lay before our readers the following Europe. ship Star, of New
stated that Col. Downing is in favor of a quarter. The dragoons most likely will be reform in the currency, which that body has ments ] General Order York is expected to enter the trade -
y that since the suspension to March 1, 1839, important :- some
+ State internment in Florida. To the urgent stationed on this frontier. yet made is the issue often millions of irredeemable t have reduced their loan* and discount; Nat. Int. time next winter. She, is |r> change her

t entreaties of his friends in the Hast, to The Governor returned a day or two since paper: money and n proposal I fo r. they flto that of Texas, and carry a direct
from si'x millions to thirty millions and GENERAL ORDERS No. 7. cargo
advocate a dhi i>i ion of the Territory, his reply from a visit to the Creek Indian prisoners, ten millions more. Is it worth while then,] forty .. to Liverpool from Yelasco .
from nine millions to Itea'J
circulation two
was prompt and decided! : "That he was encamped West of the Apalachicola. awaiting so long as Congress fails to exercise:: its legitimate diminution from QUARTERS OF THE ) cotton press being now actually in

., t pled.d to the people of the Territory on the I the orders of the Government for their removal powers, to waste strength of ihe millions-an aggregate fifty Adjutant Generals Office > of erection at the (alter place, for the proceu.
millions. If thisor
three '
; subject, and would faithfully carry out the I to the West. From the numerous unfavorable country in efforts lo accompli.what! we all five millions to thirty i WASHINGTON, April 10. ) of preparing the bales for shipment.'purpose
this be the reduction what
pledge. That he is decidedly in favor of reports from that quarter, considerable know to be impracticable! To resume now an> thing near I. Major General JESUP having reported -

i' admission and opposed to division, and Will)1 difficulties were anticipated, when the. without some clear understanding with the i is thp debt consequence to the Banks? A in man New who York contracted be I that the operations in Florida will I Thu U. S. Ship Natchez arrived here on

support the one and oppose the other, withall time should come for their departure. lV e Government seems to (be throwing away the i iI a have terminated by the 1st of May, and Monday morning last from Ycra Cruz. Tbe

his power and influence here and else learn, however, that they are now perfectly. denefits of experience, and the lessons of I fore the suspension, finds his of ability thai debt to provide that a portion of the troops will be disposable Natchez r-ived at Yera Cruz the same dale
for the
where, though the consequence! he the loss of f willing, and indeed anxious, to emigrate. :I mi (.rtune. We have gone'through; all the I means payment ; reduced the following will b on which the Vandalia sailed. The French
f the vote of any district of the Territory" Arrangements have been made for their' mortification and all the inconvenience o f one third or nearly one half-that is arrangements squadron consisting of

}; P Col. Downing has. by his untiring zeal and removal, at least by the 10th of May, if not suspension. Let us endeavor to profit by to sa}', the dollar he now pass is equivalent t carried into effect as soon thereafter as brigs of war were then one lying frigate at Sacnficio.and fire

lt} abil.tydonc much for the Territory; and notwithstanding earlier. The delay has been occasioned by them; to fix the future on .some solid basis to one and a half or almost two dollars when practicable.II. Four of the brigs sailed two three

; the petty opposition of a small l the absence of the emigrating agent of tie! have some guarantee of the stability of the I"he borrowed it, besides the interest; Such The 1st and 6th regiments of Infantry after. The French minister or board das
was on
patty disposed not to be satisfied, will con Goverumentwho has been expected for some currency and not set every thing afloat againwithout I II process of reduction would have: been the six companies of the 2d Dragoons the frigate, corresponding with the .
I moue advocate the time. We wholly intolerable, if the citizens hid i not will constitute the force 'SI.
to interests of his consti are informed that a number of knowing where we rrny he deified regular to remain Government and had
proms the
3 I tuents, and sustain the justly acquired reputation John Walkers friendly Indians are anxious togo Compare the situation of the Banks escaped: from it and sought alleviation by in Florida with as many companies of the} Mexicans until the 15th of the

I of our citizens at Washington. That his e West, and that many will accompany the at the last resumption+ { and now. After a' loans Isp.whcre. But if the other citieshad volunteers or militia the Territory as the month to:decide upon and the present

opposing a State Government do not hostile Creeks. The exertions of the Governor suspension for nearly thiee years Congress followed the example of New York and officer remaining in command may deem ty demanded by the French pay which indemn nov

: believe. It is enough for us to have the assurance in ferreting out and removing this ,applied all its power to induce lo persuade, made similar reduction, the whole revoltedagainst country necessary.:; The three companies of the been reduced by them to about $SOO,000

of friends who know Col) D. well, and I remnant of Creeks is highly commendable] I and to assist the Banks! in their efforts( lo xvould have:. sunk under it or 9th Infantry, now: in Louisiana, will forthwith This sum, it was supposed the Mexican

who have ban every opportunity, while at and will entitle him to the thanks of the citizens resume. They passed the( resolution of| it."These Government would but it
1 lelwecn members of r join the Head Quarters of the regiment pay was rumored
Washington, of observing his untiring effortsto ( of West Florida. 1816, authorizing the receipt of the notes inequalities aud ) believed that the
effect our admission into the Union as a There are a number of hostiles west of the of specie paying Bank But this alonewas the ame community became more striking at Tampa Bay. generaly government

i Sovereign! State. A resolution for this purpose Apalachicola, who have not yet come in, andit insufficient; and at the same: time they when applied! to engagements between dis-: III. The four regiments of Artillery, wotId French at once pass from the a law bani.-hinj ill

I was introduced in Congress, and advocated is feared can not be persuaded to surren established the Bank of the United States, cant parts of the Union. Tho Atlantic cities the 4th regiment Infantry, six companiesof lubjecto of confiscation rePublic Jo thisway
by means &
with' commendable zeal and] der Their for instance were creditoisoflhe Southern the 2d and the detachment *, I was
ability, by peaceably. number is estimatedat i with a capital of thirty live millions. That i Dragoons, i supposed the
sum would
t our Delegate, although. instructed by a large 15)), supposed to be the remnant of the Bunk called a Convention\ of State Bank I, and Western States for goods sold to of Marines, will repair to the Cherokee Pensncold required be ried

.. majority of the citizens of East Florida to once powerful Euchcc nation. Like the and agreed that if they would resume specie IIH paid for either in those States, or in the country by the most convenient and expeditious Gazette.

": oppose it. Miccasukies, tho Seminoles it would Atlantic'citiestheir currencies being so .
among theyseem payments routes from the several points at NEW
r ; Fo the immediate interests of our citizenswho disposed to yield only to the nearly the same thai the exchange would April
superiorforce 1. Assume nil their debts to the Govern which they may be found on the of COTToN-The transactions of the week
t not cost as much as the of the reciept
have transportation
j-.ist against the Government t of the white man.
of the United) Stale
I mcnt this order.
The far extend to 3600 Of
E we this opposition and I specie. When the day of payment arrives, troops, as as practicable Lalt thae.1104rrere
regret unnecessaryabuse. It i is repotted that 2. Discount to those who had paymentsto will and be Uplands at 7 1- a 10 cts 1000 Floridas
t At such a time as the when Wednesday evening this creditor city suddenly makes an artificial move by regiments, ac ; ; aC
present l last a dwelling in the conks to the Government, the whole all 7 3-4 a 10 1-2 9UO 10
J we have so murh at stake, all our energies vicinity of 11r.casley's scarcity of its currency: -renders the only companied by the officers belonging to ; Alobiles'atSa l-2cts,
of their bonds in addition.
f should be directed to assist our representative on the frontier Jefferson Count amount ; and I money it will receive in payment almost each. Should any of the companies order and a few fine lots for home use at 11 a 12;

nt Washington; and there should be good was plundered by npa' ty of nine Indians,and 3. Discount lo those not indebted to the inaccessible to its debtor-reducing at the ed to the Cherokee country occupy eta and 600 Oilcans at our full quotations:

r cause: for condemnation, before censure, so Afterwards set fire lo. The building was Government two millions! ii: New-York, two same the rates of exchange and the pricesof tions in Florida from which they should not 7 1.2 I 8 cts. for ordinary; 9 a 9 1-2 cU.
.l consumed. We do not learn that millions! in Philadelphia one nnd a half million I j j for middling
iilu.c'cal liveswere This instantly recoils a fair and 10 Ct3. lor
: and unmerited, is cast upon him. any every thing. rigor be immediately withdrawn, they will continue middlng
Opposition+ originating from the jealousy lost. in Baltimore, and half a million in Rich on the creditor. If payment is made in the in position until they can be relieved fairThe 6th instant to date,
'. inond-and Southern and Western the Atlantic amounts to 14,862 bales, and our Inclusive
i of disappointed politicians, should wait a The Bank of West Florida States
has been
reorganized 4. Would sustain the resuming Banks i incase merchant loses the whole depreciation in by the troops designated to remain i in to 50,000 hales
more fa\'oraLlelJpportuuit its appearance: and will soon commence operations the Territory after which will follow
the they
them into dif
but Col. stands resumption brought the exchange. If i i3 to be made]
: Downing too high in the estimation i. at Apalachicol.i.. Arrangements have: payment NAVAL.The
their U.
without it 5
f of his friends and fellow-citizens been made for the ficulty. in the Ailinlic cities and the debtor sends regiments delay, being important FrigteCOLt-
generally redemption ofits old bills, The Bank at the time the BIA, Com. Reid down from the
same imported alan to concentrate companies of dropped
his the of
be reached to scarcity
to by such feeble attacks which will be called in and off produce pay mon
.1' of his cnemirs. The Gazette slated that the stock is in the expence of more than half a million he ey obliges him to sacrifice It-if he sends each regiment.; Navy Yard on Friday morning to the anchorage

hands: of substantial capitalists who will be sum of seven millions of specie; and iwo the Bank notes of his country they sink to IV. Two Surgeons, and as many Assistants off the Naval Hospital, And win

The Quartermaster of the United States able to place the affairs:: of the Bank on the : months after the resumption its discounts seventy five per cent in value-and he loses as the service may require, will be sail some day this week with her consort,

Army, at Tallahassee+ will on the first of moat respectable footing. At n meeting of reached twenty millions. Compare with the difference. If he brings tho stocks of retained in Florida, to be selected from the John Adams, for the East India Sta

'claims May next contracted, resume the payment of outstanding the stockholders held recently, the following : this statement our condition now.'r".n his State the scarcity of money renders the those who have served the shortest periodin tion. -Norfolk Henlrl.e .
by Quartermasters of the :. the Government
persons were elected directors for the agreed to negotiation impossible. Once disappointedin the Territory. All other officers of th
Militia for supplies 1 of troops, in the service pre all dues the notes of the Bank of he University the
ll'is he send of ania.-t
no more produce-no
i of the United .Slates. sent i ear viz: II. Stevenson, A. G. Scmmes way :Medical StaB will proceed with the PeSl
E. \\'ood. John Lork, John T. Myrick United States-now all Bank notes are I e- more Bank notes-and the creditors in turn tithe Cherokee troopsordered commencement of University of Pennsylvania -

At a meeting: of the Stockholders of the P. W. Gautier, jr., and A. 11{;. Allison. Andat fused and discredited. Then thu G.wernm'nt suffer more than the difference by the delay. V. General JESUP country. on the 6th inst., the degree of
Major will take
1 Florida Steam Packet Association held endeavored to sustain, the Hanksnowit all 1 1
"So in We Doctor
s (pursuant a meeting of the Board, H. Stevenson respect to foreigners. owe a of Medicine was conferred one
: to notice at the Hotel the 25th is striving to destroy them. Then it the necessary measures for the prompt execution
City on was elected President, and J. C. Wiggins, established large debt lo Franre and England. Why .hundred and fifty seven gentlemen.
a. inst Gen. THOMAS BROWN, was called I to Cashier. a new and vigorous Bank capital I; should we destroy the value of our only of this order, nnd will then turnover

the Chair, and ROBCKT LYON, appointed: now it refuses to create a new Bank and moans of paying] We can pay it only i in the command of the troops in Floridato A Negro Woman, the property of Mr.

Secretary. The bill to provide for the reduction aad :seeks to cripple those in existence. Thenwe cash, or produce, or stocks. As to cash- Brevet Brigadier General Z. TAYLORColonel James Crum, of Bryon county, was delivered

On motion, the following gentlemen we 1'esod graduation of the price of public land pas had two hundred and sixty Banks now this debt was contracted in an abundant cur of the 1st Infantry; and on being a few days since of FOUR

appointed directors-T. R. Betton, P. II. inst.the senate of at 27 Washington: on the 13ih we have nearly nine hundred," rency. By this artificial scarcity of moneywe relieved, he will repair to the seat of Government two boys and two boy chid'
by a vote to 16.
The bill girl.-A
Jswaini, N.. M. Martin, W. II. Francis, Robert ] that from and after the 31st of December provides The low rate of exchanges with Englandis were obliged lo pay in a currency more and resume the duties of Quartermaster have since died two it is

Lyon.We next, all the public lands that remain the only circumstance which in the opinion valuable by one half{ or one third. Even; at General. are doing well.-Savannah Rep- stte
understand that the of
experiment of Mr. B. indicate that rate we can neither borrow the
unsold after favourably lower moneynor VI. The officers the heads of
Steam having been offered at the Government at the several
runnli'g a Boat between St. Marks resumption and this is said to be raise it by sales except by romans sacrific. W. H. Hooe
only accidental Postmaster in Vermont.
price for five shall be sal, branches of the Staff will make the
and New Orleans is years necessary
likely to prove more and will be of short duration. The We then may pay it in produce or publishes the fact that
ject'.o' dollar $200 of the
at one for
entry All
profitable than was anticipated in the com per acre. arrangements moving and publ
in supplying
stocks hut the sinks
letter assumes that the is not same scarcity this e
lands which have been offered country yel funds are missing; from his office. l V
so t ten -
The New their
mencement. Castle has been on prepared for the measure. "Now what value of both. A debt contracted when cot troops on routes to their;
the about four months year, and remain unsold for one after destination and got the mOixney Echo answers-Hooe -
route during which the said year t the condition of our affairs! The ton was at twenty cents, we have to pay tor the service in which '
time she has:! had to contend with every di* to 31st day of December, shall be subject found us with a heavy debt to the suspension Banks; when cotton is ten cents a pound. If we they are to be employed. Prentice.

advantage attendant on a new enterprise; difficulty No entry at seventy five cents per acre not less' probably than five hundred millions: propose to pay in stocks, these two have VII. Major General SCOTT is assigned V- .
is ;
is obtaining wood at convenient point? person allowed under this act to enter with faro balances from the Southern and sunk+ perhaps: twenty five per cent', on their; to immediate command of the VIGOROUS, OLD AGE.-Captain Jon
than troops
t, want of information of the Lest and most expeditious ; more one section. Western States to the Atlantic cities and> price last }'car. Our resources then are diminished ordered to the Chrokee country, and the than Hal of Windsor, Vt. a revolutionary

routes, &c., but wo learn that there. with a very considerable debt to Europe.All in value while our debl is increasing direction of affairs in that The aged 80, on the 27th ult. felled
is The Bank convention which met nt New quarter.
now to the credit of tho association in I oft
parties were willing to pat ; almost all by interest. The consequence is thalthat the tree, and cut and corded two clods
York the 10th inst. regiments and detachmentswill
bank on / to
an amount of 2,275 dollars of her adopt measuresfor
earnings -
were able to but the foreign debt is This four feet wood
pay; great forbearance andgrl'at postponed. maple and birch.,
i< of his Head
a to
resumption had
of all expenccs and exclusive ofj specie payments report Quarters,
indulgence were from the operates injuriously to both parlies-to the
her which will increasethe not adjourned at our last Ad vices. The necessary Athens, in Tennessee or wherever else
present trip materially
domestic debtor SPAINThNew
creditor, and above all, after such a convulsion by reducing his means ofpayment AMERICANS IN
sum. to whom was entrusted the business be established
they the time.
the great restorer was! time; time to set- -to the foreign creditor by the delay may at Orleans American sates that some of
We hope the line may be well sustained J, of making n report, on the 14th tie time I and the hazard of his debt. It is By order of ALEXANDER MACOAIB UK
the first October ; to adjust accounts; tiijio! to scud (true if e our countrymen have lately fallen into
and the reported day next for
enterprising by the investment.proprietors The amply line remunerated general resumption. Part of the Committee n. |.' the deblor'd crops to market; time to dis- he could now receive his tonnes he woulJremit :Major General Commanding-in-Chief: power of the brigands of Don Carlo,tnd

organised and regulated, must properly add- advocated the first day January, but. pOliO ol his properly with the least sacrifice; it home at a low rule. But then th e R. JONES, Adj. Gen. experienced sundry tender mercies at tbof
lime to bring out his resources to hi* same scarcity which lowers he rate of remittance ofoor
greatly to the convenience of out businessmen October prevailed. No action was taken on pay hands. Mr Townsend, an ATTACHE
and prove a public accommodation. the report in Convention. The Boston Banks debts. lu all the large movements ol human prevents his receiving any thing NEW-ORLEANS, April 13. Embassay,in Spain while on his way to

it is stated are opposed lo' so early a resum p' affairs as in the operations of nature, to remit-and so far from being interestedin Texas.-By the steam packet Columbia; Andalusia fell among, the Carlists,
The Editor of the St. Joseph Times has the great law is gentleness-violence is the i the early resumption, it injures him essentially from Galveston, we have received, files of out of their hands witboqt D
thought proper to assume the authorship of apiece tion.The Banks of New York are determined i' last resource of weakness. The disease ot because the forced preparation' for it the Houston Telegraph the date of March could h'gt of hundred doV

which appeared in that paper a few weeks to resume on the first of May, the Secretary the country was an overstrained and distempered ( by crushing the resources of his debtors 3ht. The District Court was in session paying a seventeen.

since, calling us to account for some slight; I of the Treasury has promised them assistance energy. Thu remedy was repo render them alike unable and unwilling t to at Houston. Of its proceedings the 'Telegraph jars. He had, moreover, the mortificatio*
reference in the The of the e.r What the of seeing the banditti commit >the flan**
1 columns of our paper and Gov. Marcy hat addressed question currency though important pay. foreign editor wants is remarks,Ihe decorum that has uniformly

in reference to the Life Insurance and the Legislature recommending the issue of was only secondary. Tbe first concern pa'mentpayment of the debt, not in a been observed the cordiality and even I'Journa of six hundr pge( which he

Trust Company. We had been arsured by state stocks and securities to the amount often was to pay our debts, and especiallynot I better currency, but in nn equal currency, officiousness, which have been 'every whereshown kept during stay th cpuaT.

one who ought to know, that such was not millions, to enable them to sustain their to depreciate the value of our means of or if necessary in an inferior currency, because in sustaining the officers justice in bide>
the fact. But we are bound to believe friend credit. 1t is however quite probable Ihat paying them. Accordingly it seemed to me he can better support al i high rate of> I the discharge of their duties, the_ 'intelligen ce u cripis, containing information regarding

Gautier, although the uncalled for severity of they will be alone in the resumption at t the that after the suspension the true couise of remittance than a reduced or postponed pay and respectability of the jurors+ the 'decorous the discovery naerica wjiicb he bad
the article in reply, and the impertinent allusions this country was.to begin a gentle and gradual ment." "
and the
tbe other cities se
other present, principle not being gentlemanly deportment purchased at a high priced
to individuals, is entirely out of into the diminution of loans sufficient to prevent Tbe month of it i i. eral'' and the. ability in-1 :
willing to come measure. May contended ia two attorney enraged, Mr Howard other'Ameicanwase' a)
character with the editor. Bat we care not the hazards of expansion: while tbe restraint early. The South and South and dtciMiori of.,th udA \
Weal need tegrity presiding I
t the: time robbed of dinbeosrhi
I for the author, he he whom ho may. NBHT YORK: EL&cTloN.-Clark, tbe whig} of specie payment was removed, .and to more time for return of the proceeds of Liash e have combined to reader ibt*. Court one of 1 same > every
In the last Times the Editor treats candidate for :sensed ,.expressing- at the J loss plfbU
us more has been elected Mayor of New prepare the resumptionbut with no r late to enable the and the moat and totereatinK npectaclea. on regret -
crop planter
." II courtaouily-but assumes that our objections York city by a majority, of .521 ,voles o vet competition as to the amount 'trhic-h the several. meet various liabilities,, which our august city baa ever afforded.; watch>tbpgjA,of,a. deceased >njothw, \& j

4 to the Life and Trust Bank are founded pen Varian, tbe V ?; Qui ck
may temporarily i- the28th, at :
the fact
that .Ithe Territorial guarantee may' conservative-- ,received 838 vole, but t tw31g the l leaf baDges in the' standard of. value :and resume specie from theta eieeoted r.r W himr-Sonoa, Gaballero S nor"-
be payments ct and David Jones were murder.:
upon the mortgage 'of'real_ etfate candidate succeeded, by 188''' votes give time fori B' settlement with foreigners, that thme ,Sir! :Mr SKdtU If
the Bank generally ,have for 'tbe laat The confession'dnd"dying of the former I w.e .ge *,
approved that the by agents of the'Territory1We / F ", over both|the opposing candidate The and among ourselres'on; the same::or nearly year ,been reducing their cireulrtionoo tau \. eli M'no I[rude ft. 'Yean> trarel ir>Spain""e '
regret I
glorification spectacles whig hue like.Me. the fowrde"d Gib
majority-of' two ,votes saint basis upon which lhe e mutual, en discount
!lately, put on by the editor, to look ,at chit in- to'the eotnmoq counciL gagcmfott contracted the I having I been granted their m e r. ] spice (o.it"pblcadoD ;-WOlt a"lWoirMeti'l"Di
were -
letting chants .
who "
have been under tho necessity'Is I there no I k : : 1
di.tQI fl a
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I -. --- .. -- _._ .. .
thirteen Indian mnrders, in our L--- _. .::.-rl----' ------ ---- - -- -- -- t- -i- -- ------- .--:ifill
to tnnoonr for
neighborhood, within the twenty days, A. DICKENS of the City of Wash FMOVF.D from Row NOTICE
Berry's No. 4.. to the Persons 'l'
of Micrffsukifl.as candidate
FRANCIS II estate of Richard Spirit of the Magazines a idrepceseot
one was nn aged man, of nearly an hundred : haingreline the arpulmenL held Store formerly occupied by Messrs. O. H. &. ALL Parish, deceased, are te requested to make wash is ,,Aaas Leon Couaty in the State ConYCQuoa.March .
War pubIJf Dumlr
years, of the name of Smith, in the by him tor Ierl undertaken years Claims T. E. LinJerberger,corner of Monroe and Jefferson i. payment the undersigned,and all ..having THIS 73 es "moat to voIoftM a 3
has the
Department Agrncy Sireets. ENTER! &KEKN. p
I claims. will present them for prorlyau- year. The volume begins 1833. Price B aothorised LudR
neighborhood of Fort Mills. The alarm : bctorr Congress, and other branches of the governm payment thir o announce Gel
and FAMILY GROCERIES, PRO VISIONS, thentlcte. JOHN D. PARISH, three dollars year, payable! i READ, as a candidate: to represent Leon
was given by his grandson, who had been the(nt,, inrludinj:commbli"ner offices. He under wJl, Ire.lle attend to : &C.-&C.-&C. Apri 2. 1838.-33m2 Adm'r. The Spirit: of the M ? anne nnaals ia I Cbnnty in the State Convention.

wounded and left for dead by the Indians. nil pre-emtion.nriouf public claiinc: -the procurirg of patrnts 1ITE iave just received fiom Baltimore, a fresh 100 DOLLARS REWARD composed of the be.I article of liht raadiaf March -
all the
The old man urged the immediate departure for public linds-c'a'uns for horse lost in nnd c'loice supply of GrorereVine! ANA WAY or Kidnapped, from the subucnbcr. British of periodical Holding a very large E are amhorwcd to announce Maj. Utonec
quantity able Ibis
the service f tl.e United Sia. es-property destroyed Liquors Provisions, &c., consisting matter, we are to tupply In 'l'f T. WAnD as a candidate to repiwent Leon
(> .
on nijrhi the Cth inst.
folow. Saturday MEGllO
of the family' but said he could notgo. arnciei! a i single Magazine all the most entertainiag portionsof : county in the 3.ate Convention.
in revolutionary t and navy pensions ing: : FELLOW, named STEPHEN dark
"If they kill me, they kill me"sai J .!a'ins vti fo revolutionary Jnice", whitlii r fo commutation :. Ltac R .-Rectified & Old Rye\\.hisley, N.E. plened, not, ot the blacken sort.4 feet 7 or 8 inches com- New B'ackwood's Jf.-nthly Magazine Magazine and, The Humorist Metropolitan Court, Match 3

not half(, or \ land those Rnm, Holland Gin, Cognac Brandy Champagne' E ire aoihorhed Gen SAMVXLPAaaniit.
lie"but I cannot run. The wretches pay A wel high, weighs about 14T or 155 pounds, has a full Magazine London to unnoartfe
against the suite Virginia ns the U States I Co.-Old Peach do.-O'd Jn.naica and Magazine Monthly Magazine, 'l'f
venerableold ; Spirits I! forehead stern cocmenance, is bald on tae Ladt's as candidate b represent Leon -
top Gentlemen's
only murdered but mangled the all claims grr-wing out of contracts with the gov VIN ES.-Old Madeira, Sherry, PUI.I. TenerifTe, of hi, head is becoming gray, his beard already University Mngazine.Migazine Court Journal.Magazrae Chamber, Dublin' County ia the Sll4t >n nti M.

patriarch.Jacksonville.- I ernment.or damages ius'aincd in cm'.tquenee of Muscal, Swert Mall a, Champagne. Claret. quite to, front teeth good with wc.u.del between Journal, tait's March

Courier, 12th inst. I the action or conduct of tie government.. And indeed COLtDIALS.-Rosc, Anizette, Parfait Armour, them, round and small fingers, q'iare acioss theshoul.l ty, Literary Souvenir Magazine, Friendship Keepsake,Offtrinj Book of,hem For- "t E are amhorisrd t) announce Jsatts D. .
any dullness before Congress or the public: I Cln Ja.
<"rs, has a strong masculine walk. He had get-Me-Not, Finsakean Mixsi' &c. Esq.. as a candilatetorepresent
A SPECK OF Nl.I.IFICATJN.-I, ofce,.\\Lid, may require the aid of an agent or attorney. FRUITS & PRESERVES.-Figs, Raisns, on when he left, a black woolen round coat, an-l &c. It is, in fact, the lighter part nary of L Annual'.tell'. Museum Leon county in the State Convention.

communication to Prunes, Citron, Dried Apples Preserved Oranges blue black casinelte pantaloons, boot tops fastened of Foreign Literature and i i. issued in Narch 3
seemes from a Gov-I| this
Pine and
charges will Limes. Apples, Gin cr
b moertp derenlingpon by straps to his shoes. form to suit the convenience of who have. \V E are authorised
Carolina persons to announce
of South the a.nount of Lhe NUTS -Almonds, Filbert, Walnuts Capt. TBOKRXTOI. -
published extent kcr- English
ernor ofhe c"il1, I am induced to believe that t\e above described not time or inclination to read the more important. I 1'1 .A8 Miecosnkie, as a
that ofthe vices. and Palm niit.PICKLES.Pickled*
Charleston Courier, ioy is making for Texas. He has been seen about aiticlo nhich make the and to Leofe in
larger represent County
up more complete tbe Slate
I Convention
DICKERS is known tomostoitliose who have Walnuts Piccalilli
'II. Oysters Squire b'apps, in Muscogee and
in Charleston county probablyby work. Whilft MarchiO
municipal guard-house L we mo.'t recommend I .
always ,
been in Congress within thc Ian few yea I, or who Gael: kin!, Cabbage, Capers and Olives. thi" time is travelling though Alabama. I will i he Museum in because its Ir -
has amused himself by raising anew ban- have occupPed any public station at Washington. TOBACCO-.Brown's H.-.ney Dew. Mellow give the ajove reward of One Hundrid dollars for mixture of solid preference readm, of greater r W E are authorised to announce Leslie A
All l letters be Cavindish, Small Fine Cut we can offer in this work TBOMFSOM,. fi*q... acandiiigte
ner on that flag-staff, having on it the, must post-paid. Ridge Plus, Chewing the apprehension auc conviction of tIm kidnapper much that is unexceptionable and to repre
highly interesting sent Leon
I April 28.18'JS. and Tobacco.Sopcrior Coubty in the State Convention
:RIy'r. :Smoking of said biy. or a reward ot. ten dollars for the boy, wiih considerable
thirteen stripes of the United States flag, Havanna ears.-SniilT.-Macibiw a proportion m.itter which I March 10
NOTICE. ,I if caught in Georgia, or twenty doll In if found out wi I be
but instead of the thirteen stars two shieldsone American: Gcnilemen. Rppe, and -'cotrh Snufl. t.flhe siate. JOHN H. WALTON. The : generally conndored useful. 'v E are authorised It) announce Colonel A. M
LL persons indrb.cd: Vi the estate ofCol. Rich- ALSO, a fresh Mackerei:, Nos. 1,2, Ta'.b: ut County. Ga J ,. 15 18)3. rzc our pae is s<> Urge aud the typ< .o 'I'f GULI".S a candid.
and the other a sin- jL supPI.f ii 37-4w that ite to represent Leon
bearing a palmetto, nrd P.lih. d ccaed, arc icquisud to nakcpaymnt [3, shad, dried aid : >xJfuh, smoked Herring The Alabama Joun al!, N. O. Bui eiin" Tallahnss "ioO compact, these 72 page a month are equal to County in the Slate Con venli.D.

gle star. to the uiidersijjnt-il. 81,1.1 l pesons hav.iiijf : smoked Bref and Beef ,'guts, bologra gau'agcs. > e Fluridl.nt and Inving on HeraU ordinary octavo pa uV t could not afford to March to
c'a'ins will .- them wil pullsI print them at tliit! p'i-'e, were it not that they have
pi e elL payment pr"perlyaulhentlcae,1 at r, butter and s'iffar ciackers: pine apple indGos'iC" the ahffo r times //. I Ialra.ly i *
A youth, named Rice, having yesterday JOHN) D. PAUlbH, Cheise, P.nliiiore Hams sides, nnd Ihol1dCI. ]. I w-ekly. been printed in the larger work. are arrhoused to announce Jon.v S.

fallen info the basin, City road, a quarter o fan r M11.ES nLAKE, Rice Klour, Lard, 11 olars. vcimilli, asot.el PUBLIC SALK.: the Some whole of the I hie n'imSers have contained almost Leon'I'f County SHCFABD in the, Esq.State,as Convention.a candidate to represent
of the
lest Annual ''In
CatsupS, Champ.igne Cider Vinegar, A Isprice offered forsale, on Jnglish
before he could he T.JESDAY.IL March
hour elapsed got out, WILL number October : 10
GEORGE E.DENNIS.) the la-, we copied the following
PCpr'cr,slarch. :1Icl. Cloves, Nutmegs, Race nnd of May next, at Crus4.Rod T-
when two surgeons attended, hut after an I April 28lh, 18"8.:: -3S-tf' >i.lmr's. firol: Gin-jt r, : .Mustard,C-iockoUte.. Coffee, Bl! ,icker's a part of the [ belonging articles: b.-ing neatly all the Book of Bet\aty- (fJWE: ate authorised to announce

hour's exertion. were unslccc.sful in their attempts NOTICE Tea, Lo. f and Brown sugar, White Havana do., ir.erly t>, the estate: of James perolllrolerIY, decee.- Tde' Emperor's: Dwarf; Story if the Back Room I (,1. HECTO W Bruoi as acindidaie
to restore the youth to life. A drunken & LL those ind'l} ted t'l< the subscriber will please Lemon fIUp, Lansinjjburgh: .Ak\ sweet Oi', mdCanJl' e.mnsistn.Z; of Household nnd Kitrhin 1 Furniture, ; The Monk of La Trappe ; A:y Con- sent Leon Coanty in the State Convention.ton-pre
from the from his *, soap, Po\dc sit! and Lead, &c. \c. Stock, Farming utensils and other .*. vent Dapi i The Invisible Girl, Aisha, an Jirabiaa I March 17
man tap room, waking ; come 'forward and their arcounts, lrlice Tale Rhoda
sleep; and bearing that the medical men had I cither by cash or rotee.->0 intention of pressingthe I Apnl23-h, 1838.U1SSOLUHON.:; 3'Qw interest payable on the 1st day ot January ay n Apropos of Bores ; A Syrian Sketch; The Parting 0WE: are authorised to dnnounte
parties is contemplated, but simply to g< t a settlement -- x.i ; Dream of Petrarrha The Concert RlcHiXo H. But roa6
failed, staggered into the room and said he G E. .idminisiraior: in ri4bt ; ; Bishop I as a candidate to
1. repre-
the and his mouth I tefere the business season re.comr.enccs., of his wife, formerly l Sus. A. \V ilk ns on the Possibil.ty of a Pasage to tbe sent Leon County iu the S.ate; Convention.
could Lem'J
restore boy. applying I
I I U.J. lACKL Y.I -IIE Co-paitnership heretofore existing under adrmiiaIrit M'ion. ,March J'I
ofi. deceased.
to that of the youth (at the same time closing April ?.", 18"8, .lf the name of DUVAL & HOTCHINS, i is this dty April ai, 1-38. 37-2w The numler January contains the whole of 1 -(&WE

the nostrils) by strong suction as if drawing I NOTICE. Jis.-oUed by muiualcovis.nt. All persi ns hating the splendid Annual." Authors of England" with are authorised to announce
breath from the patient, actually renovated I demand rgiiinst said .ncem, wilpie! .ent Ihem jALEX. <> WAMKU, the best part of the Keepsake as follows: WrttJiM WMTT a candidate to rep/e-
SIX months nfter date, npplirati will be made FOR MY DU\AL who is fully: authorize.] to I OVERSEER for the Balance of tht year,, Mrs Il'irans; S.r Walter Scott; Lord Byron sent Leon County in the Stale Convention.
him in a few minutes, to the astonishment of the I Court of Leon AN ; Blarch 17
1 IJon.JuJeoItheCounty settle all debts due by the(OflrCrn. And all those my plantition. A person who can come Robert S >uth.-y ; Countess of Bless>toa ; Ed
all present. This was the ninth person this; County, for letters ol l dismission trom the adminis- indebted will make piyment to him. well recommended f r capacity, a it l nety, and y.ne ward LyttoL Bulwer Lady Morgan Percy
; Bys-
I ; or WE
individual had restored in a similar manner. traiion ((the esta'c (,f Francis Drrux. I lite of sid I ALKX.: FORMY DUV AL, r.il luiiness habits. Apply to I Ln.ickerin-,Esq she Jheily ; Thomas Moore ; Charles Lamb ; are authorised to announce

This has oirited much speculation and I county ', Uccahed. CH.illLES. BECKSTF.IN, W. J. HUTCHING. Or F. F. ASH. Mirv Russell 3Ltro d ; Thomas Campbell ; | ViI1- D"'J"ItL BUD Esq., as candidate to represer.t Jef-

case that instrument April inh, 1838 -38 6rn Admr. Tallahassee April_ _23_I,_18 W. 28-tf April_81* Five rui'es norih Tallahassee-: tarn WordHwr.nh ; History Medallir. Engraving; (_er-on County in the State Convention. March 10
led to the conjecture an might --
j The Royal Marriage The Two Flirts jVE!
NOTICE. NOTICE. ; $-c. 4-c. are authonsed to
be made to answer the means adopted in I NOTICE. IjrnilEsubscribfr informs Iihfiifruls, and tie! I days alter date application will l be Published by E. Littell Co., 212 Chestnut JOH N. PlT"IDGI E announce
pub4l sq., a camli! 'lute t*
these instances of resuscitation which would The following Law, relating to trafficking lie, that. he has purc'.oscd. tile entire stock' in THIRTY to the Honor.ible the Jud .e 01 the: street, above Eighth, Plitlidelphia. Sold also by sent Jefferson County in the State Convention.repre

be highly beneficial; in every point of view.The i with the Indians, will be strictly en- trade of DBVAL & HCTCIH.VS, and) the business wil 1 Superior Court fo- the Middle: District Florida,, G. Jt& C.Co.Carvili Boston& Co., New York ; Otis Broad-- -M.rcit 10
hereafter l continued in his fur ti, sell described landsS.V.qrSec3lS.E.qrSec3lS.V.qrSec2 ers ; and N. Hickman, Baltimore.
own name in the same authO ity Hie :
Natches Free Trader notices the forced by the authorities of the Territory store o.-cupicd by tb. m. He rctuins his thanks t<> lollowing Price, Three Dollars a year, payable in advance (oWE are authorised to announce

arrival there from Indiana, in tow of the AN ACT Regulating our citizens trading the pnbbc f.r tile liberal (nciur.i rrn'-nt he has re- of Township one, Range three, North and East Five Dollars 14; will (pay for two copies. Col. Jijres GiDSDXii as a candidate to represent

Sultan of a schooner bound for Texas rrt\edt and he soirics! : 1 continuance of' the same. North Sec C, West half S. F.. qr. Sec 6, East Apr Jefferson County in the State Conveniioii.:
with the Indians-and for other He has on l and 'nd wfl continue to keep a pei eral I halt! S- E. qr Sec C, West half Sec ."i, of i'ownnhip LOST OR MISLAID. Marrh 10

with the frames of eight or ten houses, purposes therein mentioned. ass rlmrnt of ''irh ponds' as are nere 'ry for the one, Ran>:e 3, South and Eat. West half N. L. .4. note given to William S. C7* WE
Pops by Joseph
I town and tr.idc. He invites all those wl, w. half N. W. w. l.alf S. Vs'. E. half S. are authorised to announce
readv to nut UD as soon as they arrive at I untry ) qr qr qr, .L Russ: dated ii. February 1835 payable Co .
destined WHEREAS, The! safety, welfare and I j have ouistand. n;accounts_ previous_ to 1833, to ezll I \. qr. w. half S. h. qr. E. h.lf S. E. Qr- E. halt I day alter date fir uhonl_ one_ hundred and___ thirtvilollais. __one_ IJetfemn Aiaaw BELLA.r as a, candidate to represent :
.,. ,, _
point. and ettle the the N. \V. E. half N E. of Section 7.: --- -- .1 County in thl. Q_.. r..n.va.....
their tranqnility of the Territory of Florida, same UlCf horn Ct'Unlr," i I qr, qr \ ball AK dersons are forwarned from trading M.irchIQ -' -- "" "u.

.the New York Courier, Art; 13. I do in a great measure depend on the maintaining he punctually .. 1'>, and goods furnished IN. \V. qr, and S. W. qr section 8, of Township f.r said note, and the maker from pacing it to any .
the lowest market price. Ra 'ge4, South: and Kast.
NINE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. pers'.n but. myself. HARRIET POPE (o-\Ve are authorized
the good correspondence between Tl 1 c I ighcat prices given for all linds ofconnlry! \J.li:Y N. rUT r FALL March 31 34-:tf Ar,m'rx. JOHN to announce Gov.
The Packet ship Montreal, Capt. the of this Territory and the Indian pr->Juce. ALEX. FOR.MY DUVAL.Tallaha .M'rnrxof "'m. 1J. :\ual deed. BRANCH as a candidate to represent Leon

Griffin, arrived last night, bringing us ctizens with the --- "ec, April23, IAI-: 28-tf Apnilll 1 G":, LEON COUNTY COURT-March Term, County March3 in the Slate Convention.
London papers ( the 9th ultimo. amity people KORiNEW'YJOllK.SCHOONCR iNOTIO'E. 1836.- Prcsent lion. Leslie A. Thompson I

little the same : whereas, many inconveniences Gen W.'R master, months after d.lte,1 shall rmke returns to Juclge aVE: are authorised to announce
There is political from ItEl SIX
news Eng j have arisen from private persons frei1rlt or f ass ijrr : h..noraLlc County Court i>f J ..rt.rs'J county WHEREAS, m.my Executors, Administra Col. ROBERT BUTLER as a candidate to represent

land. trading with them without licences : TAKT.HOLT.&CO. and apply to the sue f'r a dix barge from tieddmwi"llaun Guardians have neglected to file Leon Coun'y' in the Stale Convention

A Bill, brought in by Ministers on the Be it the Ft_M Jr\ ,_.f| ril 20 h, Ic38 37-tf on the ea a.e of \\ 1.lal G. 1'. their report and accounts annual'y at the first March 17
enacted -
by Gm.cror and TAX ASSESSOIt'SNOI'ICE. M.Clellanlate of stid county, L'eceased. term .f this Court in each year as required by the __
subjct of parliamentary elections, had Legislative Council of the Territory of lIE H. YOUNG AicCLELLAN.Adminis'.rator.. laws ol this Territory, and in thereof orVE are requested to nominate

been defeated In the House ot Lords: by I;'I Florida, That for the better preventing.I Till JL nt'fifil CI17e'l' to' attend! 'f leon at I the Bounty 1..ln""re inr: reaped pi tees:fully, bciw :- 're.lt confusion bath arisen in consequence the settlement of i Col.Ions G.GAMBLE as a cand.dai to represent Loon

the large majority of65. In the Common I disturbance the Indians I II l <''cn the, I lo-irsof II A.M.: P. M., for the. Mount. Veron. April- 14, l. SH. 36m6 their accounts. ILls orcered, by the Court that in March1 Coun'y in the State Conueation

division had taken I I among by persons purpose of rcndeiing. in their taxable toI I a?, WE are authorised to announceCOL. ordtr to afford an opportunity to such delinquent
an important place, ona with them in the woods Execuiois, Administrators, and Guardians
bartering or hunting 'xii : hENRY WASHINGTON candidate to comply & WE
as a are
to requested to nominate
motion represent to her majesty that"the I within their limits or in any otherwise At the COl ty Court C'erk's' (.frC in Tallahaser resent Leon County in the state Cunnnlol.Arnl rep ed wi'h the 1.lw.this the Court will hold an adjourn Major Baa Cn.irRES as A candidate

open defiance her Majesty's lawful author- ., on Monday 7th, Tuesday: fth, \\'tdneld,1 y 14o term on Saturday 5'-h day of May next on County lathe>ate tdteprtier.iLeon -
the that from before which Convention.
j trespassing on same, 9.h f May. I ___ or day all delinquent Executors.Ad
ity ia the Provinces of Upper and Lower ]I and after the first day of March next, AtWalker'sStoreSheIl( Poit, on Thursday the WE are authorised to announce ministrators, or Guardian?, are required to render March 17

Canada, and the necessity of suppressing I shall not be lawful for any person or persons i- 10hofMay.At :I' Dtr. as a cai.dida t to represent God. und to attend file their!for the accounts settlement, and thereof.when they And arc required (E?" W are authorised to announce
G.G.1flt's Store St. Marks dcu the State Cunvcnuen. is farther
rebellion b force and of Friday llth county} General THOVIS
I .
) arms, suspending ordered that citation a a candidate:
to sell, barter or exchange with any of JdvAtMajn. April 14 do issu, againdt all who Leon to represent

the Constitutional Government of I j Indian or Indians, ruin, or other Hi, Satudiy, 12th of.'.lay.At shall fail or neglect to comply with this rule, and Mafrii 17 County ia the State Convemi
any GALLIGHAN'cj VEGE notice is
fAULt public directed
!Lower Canada in to given hereot, and
are a 14th
attributable the of great degree i strong liquors,clothing, arms,ammunition, At Bocker's" ,tli's.Crsc-I"ad"Tue-diy,, Monday I .}). May. FEVER AND AGUE PILL, that the penalties of the law by disallowance of or- We are dUlhorixed to announce

to want foresight and i ,or any thing whatsoever, in the woods, in At John D. Pah'l old) 5iore. Wednesdiy, IGihAl A certain and lasting cure lor tiiis di e..e. For all commissions and otherwise will be rigidly enfor.eJ. Dr. Thtomes fl.Wynn as a candidate
the of sale A true from the to
her by minutes. repie
on Majesty's copy
part con- John II. Staelicc's, 17th.At .
hunting grounds, or within our settlements T.urday sent Leon County in the
I WADDEL. RA LEWIS- D. McRAENY Clerk. State Convention.
ftdential servants, and to the ambiguous j A. Cromaru'es. Friday, 16th, DOLPI & ,
I or at any otherplace, other than At MajorJaine. Stewart's. Saturday 19.h TuI.ahusceAptil 14, 1 36 march 31 34WSHINGTON

dilatory and irresolute course which they j'!. a storehouse, or at stores, or houses h AJovph Hal-'s, Monday 21st FOR NEU. YORK. ffWE are authorised to announce

have pursued in respect to the affairs of i I Ii-I B. Persons not wiklnng' to be double lazed. well known General JOH P. DOVAL as a candidate to represent
(censed for that purpose; or shall hunt, r'IE packet.ling, butiin-, C. Bat Female Leon County in the State Convention
Canada pkase take noiice and atu n.1 Seminary, *
since their appointment to office.' promptly. Master for passage only, having handsome March 31PENSACOLA
the lands the MISS
trespass on beyond present A. A. FISHER SAKAli W. BRACKETT
i accominuda.ions will
We all the : sail o.i or I e lure the .
copy information we find relative ; | line-And Tat Ass's"f-r for the County of Leon. hrstof
l boundary every one, so offen- : Ma.Jpiy to Kerr & Kirksey or to the PRINCIPAL
to the London Money Market and ; i'RUSl'LCTUa: Master second term in this MANSION HOUSE.NEW .
ding, as aforesaid, shall forfeit and THE Seminary,commences
othr commercial matters. The fall in our '. conviction before pay of I or TiE I I Apnl H. ___ 3C Monday, 2d Apiil, and 'lor the general in CITY or FEN-ACOLA.

rates I upon legal any court CAUTIUN. formal__ ion_ __of. _applicants. from.. a diniancc_ nOLice it Tilt subscriber having purchased thc J lease aid
foreign Exchange had j E'I.OlfIDiIAG"ZINE. ..
: as we pre- : ,this of the :u LIIUL t of tlti w..1t Lmn'OIn n.J..II.: __..
Territory having jurisdiction given uvj.ru tar pUpilS can DC obta ned in iberrot '
dieted, excited much attention. The accounts -I' TiE I ALL persons are hereby rauiioncd against tra respectable families in from Mr. Taypr! the-'at.' proprietor; ; :will be
the of hundred dollars nCXVE make of be for our town, at prices varying rea
no two
same, sum prorr ift great things to proims-ory hoLtS, of which
f\'e ole to receive visitor
dy by the 1st of
of the Liverpool Cotton Marketare good and lawful money, one half thereof!, \fv/ tone by our Magazine, U if a new era or i U tntc: piyabe by myt.elt. to (Gabriel Skipper to lightsand fiom washing ten to twelve iogludcd dollars! per month, fuel, Numerous and costly improvements April trill next.bj found .l
illuminationveresuddenly to burst the ,tonislird the i.f Filly dollars! dated in
a -
unfavorable. ,
Noless than six huudred upon amoun in
I to be paid to him, her, or them, who shal;! i universe. It Is not expected that the influences 1837. The said filty dollar note I have long February SIDle The course of instruction in this institution, u the'arrangements and accommodations of the

thousand pounds sterling in specie has sue for and prosecute such toconviction I which have kept up the movements of theworld's ptiid, and canmt get |lo:>se:&ioi of it, anil I will thorough complete and as extensive as in the molt thing Mansion Houses Hot will bc New built and and more a.inmodiotfi Ba: f .
approved Northern Seminaries. warm baths will be
arrived in the cfilprprinea in Religion Morjlti I I'liifo.oihiy, never it again unless ) Also: Tbe discipline and 1t
pay compel.ed by
Montreal and the other half for''the use studies in each provided at all hours. stable will be attached I
department J
From Polirics.: Literature Science,Commerce, Arts, and one made payable by )). & U. ikippcr to carefully adaptedto House
there is nothing lot .m. the wilh
Spain of the Territory ; and i such offenders Aricoluf, will be very greatly and immediately Dantei. Skipper and, by him trailed to Gabriel tkip- the ages and standing ol the pupils and in all, First good accommodation horses for horsesantl .
carriages. rate
importance. shall not have sufficient effects whereonto nf'ded fo good or iI: by our burn'>le Perodical per I.e 'ne amount of one hUIdrcd dollars dated the bein Bible is a book of daily! study and feciia'tion, also kt-pt for hire at moderate carriages will be
The \Vhenynunger than bOii, time in I 1837 regarded not only as the means of enlightening prices, and sail and
U. S. frigate Constitution arrivedatLisbon now we might .iugust ,as well as I can recollect,
levy such fine, then in such case :Iect..dJrea he the conscience and purifying the heart but row boats with persont to manage thW for the 1
every : things from our' labors. in the ; of i said note 1 assumed the of to Uabriei ns
on the 19th February from I ted paymen the basis of all correct education.Books use of visitors Billiards nd other amusements
the offender shall suffer corporal punishment ; but if now we can d"in that even kipper, and now hold au ort'sei ogiinst it, and am found
used in the usually at wateiing placts, wtil also
Cadiz. be furnished
i but p'orlyemay be sited, that lit- determined never to JL other emirary-The Bible Wal.ker'
Ial providing pay in any un- ;
by whipping, not exceeding thirty- way Webatcr's and so conducted n* not to interfere
or with;
Dictionary Child's
tip shall he found on the side of good. !icS by a due cunr.se of law.ti. ; Guide ;
-- -- -- I nine lashes the bare ,back compelled Vlount Vernon Header the comfort and quiet of the boarders. The wines
be inflicted
MARINE : on to Ifin the cause ofRr.Liciov, can give tnt a J. W. ROACH. ; Analytical Reader Porter's and
will be
of tbo
liquors best
INTELLIGENCE. by order of the Judge of the court, mite how,touaid if be tiuJicatin. a 'feeble God's outline way ofihat to man ; end. D.&ile'l Mills, April 14 36 r4 Y dung Rhetorilical Laaie Class-Book.! Reader ; National Reader ; suie a full sopply of ice, a cargo quality has already; and to been en.

PORT OF ST. MARKS. at which such offenders shall havejbeen' I in wh may ch sorrow and are mOle great to'be system iNOriUE.ALL Peier Parley's Geography ; American School ordered a hid will arrive? about the 1st of May.-

convicted. And the Justices of the desired than the joys of Infcring prosperous in the highways persons arc hereby lor warned a ain.e tra Geography ; Malttbrun'n G(. ophy.GCodrich'li Mr. F.G.Barnard,who formerly kept a populaf
Arrived April 21st, Brig Mont !Ia, S %ars,, I of ihooghllcfin profla views lor a note on James Strange, for one First Book of Historu. ; Second Book Hotel in Washington City will condncl th: Hotel

fr St. Joseph, ballast.--Sloop fit. Marks,, Peace upon complaint made of any such j ".il be accomplished. ucy our lowly hUldro dollars payable to the underlined, the of History; FPillard' Republic ; Worcester's Elements for the Proprietor,who with such aid, eontider.tly
offence authorised and not recollected. Also for a due bill likewise of with ensures the visitors of last and his friends
Chaplin, from Apalachicola : Capt. C. report are hereby requi- inMoiuL!, we may be enabled to prove the History, Goldsmith's Greece Rome yeAr.
red bind the offender science in the condition payable to me for seventy four dollars" and some arid England; Gaodrich's Ecclesiastical History. generally, that they will receive every possible attention
the total loss of the to by recognizance practica-fuunded ofmlr.not
Sloop Charlotte, O'er as an but t-cLiS, given by Jonathan Robinson, a the above Andiews' and Stoddard's Latin Grammar i ; and ibeieby expects t) give general nth'

Stone, master, offCnpe Su George, the pas with sufficient securities, for his ant on the indL-pundant faior of hm cieator individuol,to,whom 8 he a ia dep every nd papers ha.e been lust or stolen troin subscriber.THOti. Go.''rich'! Latin Lessons; Latin Reader; Yirxil;; (action. .

scngera and crew enved.--2l8l, Brig St.. appearance at the next court having jurisdiction moment responsible. and on the justice, the benerlenre J POl'TS.A Cicero's Select Orations. The local advantages of this boose ire too well I

Marks, Williams, ham N. Y.23d, Scbr,. of the same to answer such the forbearance of his fellow: man-we ask piil 14 3C-w3 Emerson's First Arithmetic;; EmerJon's Second known to need a lengthened description hera. The
action that .
Peusacola the .
Kvalina: Baker from N. Y.-U. S. no nole.Vith the sefi.-h: fystt-cii of Palcy Ben- IMOT1CE.fn Arithmetic; Ad ms' New Arithmetic Col barn's \ largest naval station of
Steamer or information, as shall then be tham and HE First Lessons Bailey\ the Government, the general rendezvous of the }
:Marion Rysdk nom hoe: nch. ol of iiomewhul Kss distinguished \ stockholders oi the Smeam Boat Nc"casJL Algebra ; Day's Algebra; !
Tampa, with RCuta brought or exhibited against him, her or names,-''ifsysteiu it may be ctlled"wehave tie will meet ae.l3ruwn'rCie.y Hotel,on Wed- Playf.ur's Euclid. Golf Sxuadroti; the jalnbrity of its climate, refreshed .

;;: Troopl.rig Edward,--- master, from them nothing to do. Lei such a* can be honest on It-rlay Ihe 25th inst at 4 o'clock 1'1.. lor the pur- Smith's New Grammar; Mrs. Phelps' Botany ; constantly during the summer months by
| Tampa, wish r.gular Iroops.-Steamer Ala pursuant to this act ; and for want no other terms, by, all means adopt their system.U .- po.c organizing the C*.ropauy under tbe charter Lmrcn'! Botany; H.yweird's Physiology; Com- the eoo'esc breezes from the Gulf-the beaaty ofthe

barns, uiasler, from ?* with of sureties, to commit such offenders1 to was framed for such unfortunate persons.If obtained at the la.e session ol" the Legislative! Council. be's Physiology; AIr tL'" House-l4ive-In; Gallau- Bay and tbe neighboring iilands' ind rin.n.Lhe ,
.impa abundance and
the common jail. in PHI-OSUllr. we be pi rmitted: to convince 1. dei's Naturally Theology; Puley's( >atnral Theology del'cac' the fish with which
I'pocs..-Steamer Arab, Ry"d, from Su few, also unconvinced, that the pupil of Gama'ielvtdi. I April 14 36w2 ; Aldcn's Class Book of Natural Theology the waters abound, and proxrmity: tc the best Southern .

I\ wannee River.--2Gih. Amazon, Randall I{r Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That a wiser; man than the.pupil of Plato, we shall Watts on the mind; Mason on Self-Kndwledge; Markets,give Pensacola the preference overall
N. O.-27Ih, Brig Science master, from and after the first day of March have done something very much to our fcatiafaction SALE. A1 AUCTION.fill Kidd's Physical Condition Man Smellie's Phi. other plices in these latitudes, as a healthy and

from New Yoik.CLEAREDApril next if l'oLTlcs--hy which Urra we have no reference subscriber wil otter fur sele at public losophy of Natural History; Comstock' Philosophy delightful summer resort.
t, any person or persons whatsoever whatsoever the trilea of uartizansfor JL auction on Wednesday the JHUi inll in the ; CClriJ.tock's dhemisiry; Wilkins' Astronomy First rate boats will ran between Fer.sacora! and

23d, Schr Climax (other than such as duly take out Licence er and place, and pecuniary profit-if true politics paw. '1 own of St. Marks, (unless previously deposed ol Hedge's Logic; Abercroinbie on the Intellectual; Mobile ami will at all times be able to take the passengerS 1

Coombs for N. O. in bal t.-'2CihScIir. Hnr or licensed from the author- Ihllll,1 culler, nor the conimouweattli take damage at jinvate salo: ) Powers; Newman's Rhetoric, or BUir Rhetoric; (rum the New Orleans boats.

riet Smith, Sherman for Pe""acold.-27Ih, ity) shall directly or proper by our lalorf,as we tru'',ve may well be eon- '5 Coils Bale Rope, Alexander's Evidences of Christianity.) Sullivan' Pcnsacola N. ARNOLD..
indirectly trade or We 40 boxes Claret Wine, Political das B ok. Feb. 15, 1838 34-if "
U. give no pledge--we make no
S. Steamer Marion Rysdjke{ for TaU traffic with any Indian or Indians, except tn.we enter into nu entangling, ulliancLS.. With promise our, 12 Window b.tshcs, (10 by 12) RATES OF Tt'lTIO Gentlemen wishingto engage rooms for their (a. '

pi.-Schr. Kvalina, Biker, for Penisocoln. for the eminent of the New York Terms cash, or approved credit.ilttii.Jt.. Fohhiidron under9 ysarsoI1e miies, can address the proprietor.atiPensaculj, or .
necessary supply of provisions, in L.I.I cctemporaries:. ... j. .. .... .. Uevicw. .. .% ('flLfl'April per__ Mr.s .w.n T_'!'Aylor. at *?....... f\J.;"-.. 'I.--._ .l __.'_.. .
I". 'V. .'w h.th..-"' ,t."1. ..?.. .I..i..4, .. ...V.. .A. quarter, S3 \U J > -- -
A CARD. their passing or repassing to and from the "el as the ri ht," however j disputed, "ofaII&h na' 14< 3CwjECE1VEU For children over 9 and less tkati proprietor.References. : ;; :

:: nation, or shal presume to erector set up men connected ttfth he press, to have and to on consignment and for sale low 12 year, 10 00 T Sandford C. Cnlfum',
: -JL.IE Eu'criber tenders his thank to his late or huts on the lands reservedfor utter their convictions upon the great question with B for rash, Over I* years, 12 00 B. McAlpin Etq"Lint.K.bby. Mobile-S T Taj- .ij'
any P
while propiietorof : Rem New Otleai.s.STOPTHIEF..SIXTt.
patrons Floridian, for wh ch the The
1 th public welfare is connected -and if in CO Brl Flour only extra charges in this Seminary,are
; lldI< promptness with which a majority (them seifr' the Indians, shall be proceeded againstas the course of humun events,"it shall so bfalthal 40 Brls Prime Pork for Music, per quarter, *. 1500 .

ihir accounu.-A smal rlumbr still remoins before directed.Sec. our little help may seem required, it bhal b 30 Bris Whiskey French, S" -, DOLt'ARS- ili

"Iiquidatcd' -hich. it prlU is the con 3. And be it further withheld.. In this department we me sure of 15 Sacks Coi. Dla"ingand paint,in all their varieties, 5 00 WARD. t'
91nu of in tt nton.:: or (forgelfulnesa' to which enacted assistance from men of well of Hhds Hams Refcrcrtces"-The Trustees leave off the
Immedja.' experience, a a and Middlings. beg to refer to STOLEN night of the 12th nf JrVrch !
IDdi'iduII attention is respectfully requested. The That all and every person, or persons, high talent; who,. though retired from the field April 14 3C.I .HKMtY DOND'. the /blkfwfn gentlemen : rtf a camp SO miles east of Tallahaf-

lideabl.. sums ire small, bat the agrregste is con- whites, half breeds Indians, mulattoes, of po'itical strife, when ltde. will ever rye first Ti KENT. Rev' S. 8. Davis, Augusta; Rev.8. J. Cassels, lee Pltfrida, a pubic harsc bright Sorrelswheh- ,
Gcntlemrn wishing' to make remittances the foremost to band Macon Dr. W. H. and D. i tail bald (
to P. .eealld
among a strong cave ; Weems Hillhouse, marked U. S. on the left sb'L.r. J
t.ao dnk notts at the or mustigoes, who shal inveigle, steal, or the repub'ic.in : A FARM, situated 3 miles troD the U. S Ar- Columbus Danie' Chandler, Mobile t and Wm I... The scoundrel who stole the horse alt him'

tlae,llahassee of the lu\aritr.-Dirc to-* Wm. Wilson! carry dwn any or slaves, or shall J the cause of Literature and scien-tc, we shall seual!, and about 4 from junction ol Chat- Harris, Columbus, Miss.; Col. R.. .. Long, Ma *elf l>vHewitt,he has sharp features, red hair, and :
Florida. DO connection wilh do vhut we can with tie best, aids we Ilbol.and Flint Hirers 1 Person trishine to ri.A.na. Florida. about 5 feel 3 inches
hire i may high. Thirty dollars
t the pretent editor of the or counsel any or personsto b do add. the wia begiven
Floridian. able la procure. w.J to ess subscriber in Tal.Iahasse. Information on all subjects connected with this lor the recovery or the horse,and dol J
f thirty
t W I. WILSO. inveigle, steal or carry away as afore- To our CoultrYs stock of Natural Science, do. G. C. MIDDLETON. institution or on that of beard ran be obtained, lars for the apprehension and reeuvery of the thief

{ JTtllaliassee, April 28th, 1838. > 3 tf said, any such slave, or slaves, or shall aid we t add more than a mite by i April 14 36,3 byVppIyihe to either of the und 'rsined. w> that the rascal can be brought justice. '"_

: 1TOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.OTHEsobscribe'reiipecifully such slave slaves in availing ourllvs of ,the peculiar advantages of NOTICE. A. -L. ALEXANDER. Cbair'n. Information reapeetiq* either the horse of thief,
any o running away our on a I literary peninsula, stretching months after date, we will 8AWL BARNBTT,'TreaaV.: *v ; to ke left At the office of the Floridian. '
our ac
| ia4i from his owner or employer's service, or into the Sat! Ocean, and po&ring forth its ocean SIX and vouchers to tbe Honorable present the B. M. BURTON, See'Pf. /. '. lO4: The Columbus, Georgia, Papers wiH; pub ";
I. > for. the citize., of Tallahacsee river ef fitsh wrer (rom its almost extreme JOHN H. 'POPE tub ih above times
.. a ticket or 'such ocean of (lie County Coi-rt of Leon County- and ; \ and forward thei'r accoaata ,
l and vicinity, that he hiseommewed shal give pass whereby bourdry; a region al iua\Jing with atii.nal and I Jude.) be discharged from the MARK A. LANE, 110 this office for Mitlcarem. .

\ *" Bwttand fbe ncnufacturing of \ shall depart from th service of his, vegiiabk life/ varyin in many features from the the etUte of Hezekiah Ponder adminitrtio o I LUCK I WEEMS, I April: 3h4 l

t te building, .immedwuly Shoes m thIs city, in or her, said owner, manager or employer, animal: and vegetable life of every other portion -of ANN,, deS, I JAMES >f man ELD. I .

*jencli 1 4, Cok, on un.r opposite a.:,where th he is store prtpir-of shall be, and he, and they are hereby de our For broad the A empire.rU&. Agriculture, science&enterprise April 14 36m6 E G. PONDER, Adm'r. i March 31 S4w4 -. . -.. W.It$20 Y frohi REWARD.! I
all plantation tix miles
"t lO.uurac.re ha good (. ardein his employ liisUneofbusin.w' and will cared guilty of felony, and; being there- I have done little for Florida, which to avail ourselves I &c: SALE OF TOWN ..LOTS.L RAN of Tlx>nM viU my* on the night olJnd: of

"tit b $ work be war shall be by a fine i : but should our efforts find encouragement PROVJSIONSOlOGJRJ tS.! SALE of 10w Iou in tbei1e' t December ;
to done in the best and punished A oiinf .1 ,my -egrtr man by the DoImejftbe oRan
Ie&IonatA. price nunner.. at not exceeding five hundred dollars, or w<; hope to do something for these importantbrancbuoJfe TH his Uto upil'; il,aditol MadYoti County.will\kc pta:oh the prcUI. dal, twenty-five years of age Letwean five feet ten

Bootifooedand other repairinY done and fourresof wealth and comfort. supplies lies on Mond y ih 2jf idst. l Thia.tOWB iI ple inches and six feet nigh, his complexion is. notofthedark
latln Z terlt on acc'om. whipping not exceeding thiry-nin stripes, I'r we freely promise to do more choice with; lot ol Bacon,Lard, Flour,and Corn,toete antly situate! about twelve mncsi west oT whet't. eat,statdewien ipoken to would show

usually expected from Journal of this character a general aasortinent ff Groceries,,, whi considered the head of attaobaaCna. the guilt, he followed o t wat rW with his
FREDERIC FILER or imprisonment not exceeding years, offtr- for sale at for | on company wift
A I 1 3 by dcteloping th rle. rsource of aeaJauD. cash, O.L Suwaanee.River, send about from th -aefobu>toDd ef WmJ'Poaders. Hb wifcfc -te1esgs
1 at And He has also for
33Lfba discretion the South
t court. so the and partirvlar. p.r Dining.. I Hicks' Tow,Ofsctlla and lbs rnt. .nclW toWoe itfall of Leon Comty, FlaHdia,
NEW YOlK. of the l laws now in for as Iflilithteagainst In the cams of Education, both our duty and ou TabUs,of gotd material wokrnai borhoftd. ao41 tayeaf Ac toy ja lurking about bis nlaabtiaa.., :

BRG McnnJJ'! Sears master, For. ,- ft' contradict this law, bi and all inclination in oor power will insure to our untiring It.TEftMS.The exertions 1 Su M. .rb.. A- ;.rU il.. 1838. WWT'N._ ,' Terms of aale.r.iOn/f"aAb in'aigt months, ooe 8* may t* .hatband by some white man,aid 1
p&ae apply to promote J-w 'fo rth nrel.moatt, one fourth io. two rtin, MrtiMi ier a rtwari of |IOOforavidenc prove.
the same,are heebyr l 'd. Maain."m be published Semi E'We are- requested to airiouricc Mr. and orne fourth in thr4 jeam B n4a |ja rvrfcfcasers tile etas tor Conviction. Tbaabote re ward will .h

: St. .ta rici1 TAfi.OLrJt; C. JMe4 Jan. 22,' 1831.' QAiart.rly.Coarier | oa rood Wmfc piper;96 *;** o Y. at the JO : Ciyro. Candidate of(Jt'rjV IICWIL1,bearing tiIlh bdgcieJait.othaz1psi!
1 ,. e8; by RICHA*DION. & a ,, 711 1-
S8-1w Approved Jan, J8,, i 8'1" per anlum, pijable OR deli vr ry of the first Pre tn. Comity, for tbe State Co.T* tJow/u .fri11. ;

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LONG & GK1VOT, ALL persona ti 1 e hereby warned against trading informs the Citizens of niHC Partnership of the- I
established1-hemselvcs ATL three certain drawn I Mr that her SEM- JL tween the ndersigned, ia the practice
at New Orleans FLORIDA. prombsC'1 ne ,
TaLLkBASstc ihe '
HAVE the district of East was
, commence on in mutual dis.ofyrd-thOle! ner.iii I

anJ -olicit. the pa i One note dated the Cih July. 1837 and however,
public t". which they pledge) their best services. Ja-kjon and Franklin on payable by Airs. iS a Settinary. ,
Odlen will
Lron, C.uDliC Orhur existence of said petnerihiP,
on the first day of 1833 fur three 'are duriae the
The in this
April 3Slf"OR He will be found at his office? on the hundred fomi thousand doliarti.One Janu.r iosruclion pursued instiution w11, have the benefit of the service of both until such
the Con House Square near to blsrui.ient.e. embrace a complete English cou 811 1o .02..8 r. ". .
street East THO. D tUGLASD.LEVY. .
NEW ORLEANS. ( note of the same date, and payable on the dern Music Painting, and business shall be computed.
,. 4 absent Llngu..ge Urwioc. AIICTIO14EEBSaD |
: on prolessnnal .
Q CHOONER; Amarnn Rindle, master. For ullel bsf' first d..y I..naJry, I 1839, lor two thousand dulel.On Fancy Needle Work.

freight )r passage, arply toTAFT. Dec. 30.1S37. 21- note of the same date, and payable on lie : The present 'erm wi open Monday, October February I0h: 1838 _______ U-3na C
pmmictlon Merchant
HOLT, & CO. LESLIE A. THOMPSON. first dayof January, 1840, for two th.u,and dollars., 2Id: and close July comprising lorty weeks

> S:\f arks. April 3, 18W 3G v rl ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, As the said Joseph B. Watif bus not given us ibm' The term divided into four sessions, each succeed A CARD. QADatB mA \fcadaYUDd !SnUTdIL

I consideration agreed upon we are d. termmed 00* ed by holiday of half week.TERMS.. OTTiHCMAS DOUGLAS will continue to prmci
FARM TO RENT. TAI.L..UE FLOKIIU.HAVING to pay either of the said notes, until he complies I '\ tile l.w.l. mil ibe Courts in East Florida; and N. Yorfet.Mark ne OfPacktia

TO ren" for the pre-e..1 YCH, th Farm lately resun.ed the prictJccofhis profession with his'agreement, or until a due course of hw.JIMRTIN For tuition in all depa rtments of English studies and in the Court of Appeals Tallahassee; all pr'.

owned by Mr. Benjamin A. Chapocl, being I h'S; prompt attention 10 nnybnsinrsentrusted PALMER, per y.ar of forty weeks, .: for those ovr 12 iraional balnea intruded to his care, shall be

; in LconC- ty about mile from TAI'ahul"tol'Itl .- to bilchare in the Superior wtiof tie J1MEI.... PARISH, years of age ; for those ovr oOI, and under 12, S40; prom t.y and faithfully at endrd to, his residence isu .

,i p' I Th-8; farm tss -id to be high'j' proJactive,has about M'ddle\ i a, ar.d i in the Court cf Ap DARIUS WILLIAMS. and for those under t fJO; half payable in ad ; the city of St. Augustine.

I50ftfje* .'f cle reillalld, under good fencing, with peals.' /onticello,Jefferson county, Srpt. 30, 1837. vance. Feb. 16, J833 U 3

a rood Gin Hou'.
to. JOSEPH HlCHARI SON, 3'<. 17, 1838 so.t 2 A LAKL Drawing PJnling.ltO. NOTICE.SIX be employed in this line, t.,sail from ei-
Feb ant
Apr'l 7SALE 5w3 ',1'.lI h'Sle.. I Music, *! titer port-a vessel will sail on the 8'h and 24th 07
indebted the subscriber are earnest MONTHS after date. will be made to th
to application
r Oharles S. Sibley THOSE Embroid. ry and Worsted Flowers,and work,17.MATKRIALSEXTRA. of Leon for lot every month, and ofiener, should pmtrou.g
OF LOTS IN THE TOWN OF >tcd to call and Settle their accounts Honorable Judge ol the County Court County rs-

PORT LEON. U. S. Attorney middle District of Flo. Aomini"irnois: an
JOOflers his professional services as Attorney tising are informed tb.u their l ills arc generallyof chair. ANN poNDER. Executrix. ROB'T LYON, Agen St.Jtfa'ki. '
r Tl'iirs-lay thirl day f May next, will small amount that reliance solely had EPURAIM O. PoNDER, Executor.
Law in the debt so nn is
ON and Counsellor M St.Marks.lpril 15 1837.
coleclinnof the the Seminary .
be had for
I be off red tor .- the Boarding can pupils at i..Ins 33 38 Iv'r.
at puv | action on etc in Middle Florida. He atrld all the on their honor for payment as they arc not worth March:
premisi s, a j art of the l"ts in th' above low n. Court in this District. wi xt door to the the trouble offeree i collecti"ns. '1 his, remark will and in genteel private tamilies. and GROCERIES.WE NOTICE.THOSE -
I 1 h s [lace i i' lucntrd at the te:mi-union of.he Tal. Wcstmit Jr. I .tlso apply to the distant Patrons ot tfcc Floridun, Every attention will be paid to the .Mind persons who are inr'elted
residence of J. D. Esq. te E.B.
Manner* of the Ladies committed to the have received from New Orleans
\ l hi'Rs-e Hail Rodr the of :Hi. Marks. It itfavo just
bay 25th 1537. S5-tf who owe for subscriptions pri 'rto8th 18 t7. by note or account :
TAI.bas.ee. January Apri cl.artfc of Mis Parrott, and it will !be her effort to of Bacon Claret Wine, Madeira are tar
th" the ,
looted make
4 .b'.y on liiplicstounil on bay, The i patient, but it but nrstly requested to immedia-e
t and i is hrlievcd to I i. lienlt'iy.' A* a pl-ic* of romraerre HICHAIt G.'I LL"'OIU.) I fair subocrlcr '- !that very his black/ list will be re.idy merit the approbation of her friends and patrons. Wine, Pickles, Whiskey, 4-0. which we will sell the subscribers before the first 01 September payment to

iij osess-s: th- advail8ge o'bcinjat! ; the ATTORNFY $ IF, for the pre: ,son the first of!January 1339, and will Young Ladies: disconnected with the Seminary, low for cash.G. account remaining unpaid at that date wilb,usll[
termination the Rail h'ch i FLORIDAWILL can il desired, receive instruction in any ef the H. T. E. L1NDENBERGER. put
01 RoJiil over uan* T.LL1HASEE be Awarded to Texas Arkans-s, and elsewhereWILSON. inte the hands of an attorney for collection
ported the.'rnicipalparl) of the ppwlnre raided and ; regularly attend to business in the W.\. ). branches.. July 30, 1837. ** E. BAIlfURD.Jr.f (:o.

7 inerih'iz,' consumed in 31t>J le Florida, and .ev. of Appeals, and in the Superior J.ta 13,1858.-23-tf IEFJENcu'-Gtn.Col. Bu Brown,Judge Randall,Gov. MARSHAL'S SALE. July 1,18:17.:& -47 For E. B.PrkjnLCOPAIITNERSIIIP.

ual of tile IDWCT counties in (Jtor ia. which will Cal, ler. BY VIRTUE and in of an execution faun
IE1 pursuance -
Courts of Leon Gsdsden and Jefferson Coun ElcON wi hmg to travel either north tarWest TaU.hasset Oct, llth, 1837 19-4w .
make it a rlare of mu-'h tnde a'-d' busine The P- : be Superior Court JickiuiD..to ill and very Ux Mar49s
I Rail R nut Company intend confining thcmselvi 10 ties. Office N. E. Corner of McCarly and or to Apulaihicola, will do well to pay dil't't'led.111 be offered for tale before the Court Houe* ur THE subscribers have ibis d.IY entrrea iot*
attention to the folio iny regulaii.rns. in Mananna.oii the treond Monday in April nut fur thb. under the firm
the carrying isines l <, and \il: not store citlirr Men roe sis. TO THE PUBLIC.It wit Sooth \V Quarter of Section or Tan,Holt
A line is cstaUislud from Tallahjisee the foll.iwinj Land to :- c.1
goods produce nt this place. It will be impoltant April ?, 1333 85-ifISOTICE. I II new tt.ige now .of Stewart's Bruise i< due to Miss PAUROTT to state, that the No. thirty two.'r..wn.llip five. Range nine.Nand W..and fc Co.
to morclian's to their buildings to meet the I toBainbiUlge by way Sail half South East quarter Section No. thirty one Town S.S TAFT,
in her school both their
I bucin'ss of next prrr.are. I and I'leasant ( IO\'e, a\in; Tulaluusaee on Monday in present reduced hip fire. Range nine. N and W. Totatiify raid ft fa in (a. GEORG" HOLT,
TermsFif.een ccntr.f the months frm dame, I shall apply to the Judge the S'.lt ins nt 12 o'c ock, : every other day and in Ibeir or'inalljrm, wee determinedby ,>or of Martin llardin araimt rVnjamin l.lementa. GEORGE MILLER.'
per purchase money SIX I' the aJvice of her the first instance THOMAS M. WHITE.Deputy. Acting
G.trisden County Court FT a mini di c.mrefrom ; tlicieafter, during )ear. Passage tow Tullahassee St 1\farks,1u1y I, 1637.
to be paid in ninety days from lulc forrh.ch; note I tie a friend consulted who children to in place of Jame W. Exum.Marshal dre. jjWOT1CE.
the administration of the estate of DennisSoleson t" B.nnliriJge, five d liars, iromnBaiuibrie a having Marianna March 17,1KB 3KAprtf
with endorser wit I lie rerjuired The residue -
i'team educae: from motives ol delicacy advised a .
dec.l. higher
JOHN to Apalacliicola Packet
LAMER AJm'i. by eiglitdo.ls.
payable, one t'urd .n ih first day of Feuruny rate than circumstances would and the SUBSCRIBER, the general Agent of LL will take notice that I
Mnr.-h 10. 18.18: 31-m6 Tula out will Le pen rimmed altogether in the day, juatilV; mailer T I persons hive tin
next, ot.e third in sir months, And the remaining and as effort will bs made tn givo genera in consequence beingsutmttteJ for rtcensidera- THE APALA'',HICOLA LAND CoMPA : day filed in the office ofthe Clerk of G'adsdra

.!. 3; third in twelve monils from the first of February CLERKS OFFICE LEON UP. COURT satisfaction every, the stockholders fl liter Uiemsclves that Lion, he undersigned, alierntsturedeliheratiorde! N V, will open an rffie in the city of Apalacbirol! County Court,Florida.my final report and aecsnt

,,' next. All notes pnvihh al the Union Dank with Middle District of Florida, J.r. C. I I83--? they have the jutnu.a-e; of.\ gcn-rous puolicV. cided upon the present rates,asihelowesc I ri-ducuon for the sale of the LOT and LAN DS belongingto as Guardian of ihe late Henry S. Ma-bbarn.n j

int-rcst from,111\' of sale. Samuel Hale. Complainant, ) \il H CASSfLS Agent. which in reason it is pos-iblc to make. It is wilt the Company. and for the transaction of any business that so soon as the law allows, I shall demand of
In a few d-.ys.. plans of the t'wn will he drawn vs. > In Chancery. For apply at the office. real pleasure that the undersigned offt i this expla- relating thereto. Extensive surveys arc the said Court the settlement thereof.and my dis.

and l-li for f their now making for the purpose of sales. Information charge as guardian. THOS. GR Y.

Su M.iiks at the auction &t rc ol Robert J. Hack- Jefoiulanls."ITT felloe citizens, a seminary in which the high moral concerning the Lane. already surveyed or exploredmay Oct. -2utb, 1837. |It

ley it Talinha sic ; at the Store of J. J. Vii kerc apceuing by uti.factoye'iJcnrf', that thedemendints. and intellectual! character o! the accomplished principal !lie obtained by application to me at Apala-- -

: & Co ill Tho nasire., Geo. ; at the store of J. R. JL Labuzan, and others together BRIDGETON.OVESrJEUSEYJlIIGIISCHOOL.( ) is sufficient guarantee to the pupi s fur the ac- c.a! or to M r. JOSbPBIIOW N at Tallahassee, ftOTICE.

,c Row'cs In M' ntirfllo; and at tin store of Ftinnan *iih the unknown heirs Augustine Sla-gblcr, quisitnn of all that is useful and ornamental in polite who is authorized to recc\e prop<*als and is pre- 4 LL persons indebt.d to the e&tatref the liii
I ai.d Mu '.in Qui 'ey.I has been in .TO. Charles A. N. ."n, are request'd to male
e'c.sed, are not inhabitants of this school succcssrnl operation for education. p Ired to give dcscriptiona of much of the property.
I By order of the President and Directors of the I side in tome of the United Slates, Teritorlul, THIS than three yiars, and a at p cstnt or. Thomas Randall, Application may aUo be made to John Carnochanat >ayment the undersigned aDd 1111 persosi.hasiag!

Tallahassee Riil RoaJ Coznp mv. that the said defendants Ho apt ear here on or beforetime ginized, it hue a male and ftmzsuep.trtmethutalthough : Thomas Brown Q.uincy. -.iaimswillpresent the same for paynv nt, property

T. II. BETTON, Sec'y.PLANTER'S I Slli day o. May next, and answer the complain. one school in the use of apparatus uJ in JOS. DELAFIELD. luthenticttted, or tile same wit' be barred.

I : an'.s bill, or the sane. will be taken fir confestedagainst the div.sion of labour for instruction ; yet in other Francis Eppes, .1ra.chkroblau.! 13. -23--tm.OTiCli. P. KERR,
them and respects the derailments me entirely being Richard Haywaid ,BERTHELOT.
; the ma'ters and things thereof I separate .-Six months alter the date hereof 1
'r A LLUI USr.E. decreed kept in djfl rent The design of the N Administrators.
accordingly. And it is further Luidings. Robert J.
ordered that
Iluckley. shall of the C..urt
the Jan
to County
.ppy Judge 20,18 8-24-If
Subsc-ibers inform their) is to lurcish \ for ther
pecifullv : school a
a order
THE copy b published weekly for four Oct. 2-2,1837. 12 .Leon Florida be from all
!ansi l the pnl>li.- that they have taken months, in some newsp
ii. i the above House in Tallatnss e, nnd ate filling it Tcste HOS. H. DUVAL, Cl'k. department, pupils willbe fit'.td for Col.ege, for on NOTICE.rVIHE ;. Fort deceased which as iLtmersofaImihktrmtioI! Middle District of Florida, Jjnuary 6, 18U.
nji for the r-repiion! of visitors. The buiiding will: 13, 1838. 23-4m I.d\allced Hndlg, if Oesiied, or for business. In ,
January subscriber has received from d of the said Ricbaid Hayward, Complainant
just Georgia to me the Judge court
grant by county }
thorou in
nniferero .h repair, nJsev.Mal ad'litioim will order to accomplish this object the best manner, JL
rate 50 in aid three of 40 5. G.LSECKCUMJan.27,18.)8. vs. \In
saw of Letn.
a tr.t saws, Cbancsry
be maiie lurinh( !u 'inv-r to the establishment.The ACADEMY. Mr. H. lloli, who is now un as-istaat i and who has Thomas Jefierson Green
cast which he vviJics jell 2i-iJm defnld'i.I' .
plate OB nicommoe'atias }
; .. tab'e Mill be famished .*ith all delicacies the liZ7'The had expei i. ncc and sue cess in teaching, be a.
Trustees of tits take .il terms. JOHN ISLER appearing by satisiacti.ry evidence tint
I market afiortU, and the Bar will be stored with: the in IItlut.n pleasure sociatid with the subset iuer in the ,,government and )Wm. P. Dun1,Flq.,j-c attorney, ant per tht
public that the school in Ei ht miles of Tallahassee.Nov. deiendant Thomas Jefferson Green is
informing is now east
business with the will call not II
I choicest ol MJDIS an I liq operation under the flit inhabitant of the United
of Mr.Wilson 13, 1IM7. 15 States but resides is
," ; bedt will l he "ell Mitended t<>, and visi ors m : orJetors'ln College! Pennsylvania with province ot Texas, it is ordered, that the said deiendant
(4 calculate on finding rx-ellnit arcomnit.d.itions, an assistant the character and qual. house f"r young ladies, under the care ol a 1.w Lady LAND FOR SALE >V ARE do appear here on or bef-re the 15th Oeto.

ii. and god servants to tender ll.em every necessary ification of Mr. Scott the Trustees l t I qualified, time house now occupied the sub Subscriber is authorized to sell three va IE subscriber continues to cary on th. manufacturing bet next, and answer the complainants bill, or the
nttenti n. e confd.n MissL. who has been THE
in promising parents and Gu.irdians, all can sriber. Hawley precep Tracts of Land situated within 5. 12, of Tin Ware, and will at a..! tines same will be taken for confessed ,against him m4
T t t' 1 hey! rrl fully' sMic't the patronage of their e rx-ctcd (iou' a man of talentsatid exemplary moral tress of the female department fur nary: aad S3 miles frosa Tallahassee. The first conlain./'r h.vc 011 hand a gentrgs thereof decreed accnril'agly.;

,, old ('iends and the 1.llb.I' habits. they also expect daily, a Lady to take wil board with, mid have the pa i tic ular charge 01 about 1920 Acres, 150 cleared The serend 520 c or retail on as teanonable terms as can be soldin A d u it farther or. ered tha- a of this outer

f. J. D. RYAN, charge of the temple department. Boarding can be )young l.idics out of schoo'!, auJ I rum her t.sy; Ancs, 60 cleared. And the third 380 Acres,about amy Southern market, deliverable at my store inlalah.as be pnn ed n-Of
: SETH P. IE'VIS. hadiu private famil'eson reasonable: terms. and agncable manners, amiable disM>sition and 2
? I/ N. B.-Good stabling and provender By order of the Board. happy faculty of communicating knoMled; it i is die Florida., and will be sold on terms advantagesusto I P. S. Ha.ing now an eiper.enced Workman, THUS. H.DUVAL CM.
on reasonable lieved that Miss H. will
terms. DONALD JV/AcLEAN. givccntiie satisiactiun: to the p.rchIer. a.I articles Will be made to order in the above line, Jan. 13. 1838 -23---U..9m
t April 7. 1838. 3 Thomasville, Feb. 14ih, 1838. 9.3.1 those who commit their daughers te her care. A H. W. BRADEN. and all Job work demo without delay, either in the *

I f $10 UULLAKS REWARD.: pleasant and airy mansion t-eoaratc from the other Tallahassee March 15th 1837. 32 tinware01 sr.eetiron business. V/. H. F. NOTICE.
.I j LEON COUNiY has been procured, and will] be en'arged and fitted I. 6 persons indebted to Lester Ciook Isle at
or Su-len fr'h the stable! of the SUPERIOR COURT. Jan. 183tf. 22-if ALL ,
I STRAYED up as boarding for lad under the immediate & either by note or
.. .. in ee, on the 8th of Richard o lou 1 NOTICE. aeconniar requested
1a\"I'I" Hayward, of the The number in h FOR .
r March la t. asmall \ main nnd con'fl frii'iripaL eat! L\KD SALE. to come forward and make immediate payment

; I tail, t firft rat! saddle na;). ARr long alow reward Thomas Jefferson vs. > In Chancery.THOMA8V1LLE house is limited!, b that. the pupils can be brought THE ,will hereafter having conduct formed the Thug a copartner business, I will sell cry tract of Land consisting of 320 to the subscriber, and prevent suit.
: I will be picu to ai'y p rot who will reluint>ai.J under the regula ions of a well organized family in the name of acres, 170 in a high elite cultivation, wnh WM. J. BAILLY.Arenf.
mare to the Livery St ble 1 Tallahassee, or I T appearing to the satisfaction ef the Court that :. and be associated with the teachers uu tie n-oit lanuliar good gin bouse, and screw, a sufficiency of negro Dec. 23, 1837. lMf(
: give the defendant, Thomas Jefferson Green is and friendly ttrmsj and all the STEWART & BARNARD. and
; the Ian
information n'heic c.\n be recuvered. nut tlUF Slnle provisions enough to supply I
f Ihc CANNON 4- RUSSELL. an inhabitant of the United butts of North Anuri- advantages (>f the linger hoarding schO"ls, and Then shop will be found at the old stand formerly tatiun time firrt year. The land is s taar. d 8 n.iles CLERKS OFFIt. E LEON SUP.COURT

;. .April 7th, 1338. 35.AL'Mo ca, but a citizen of the Stare or Piovmcc of'J'exa avoiii the evils. Parents and ,guardians, who ale occupied by Mr. E. B. Perkins, opposite the mol from T..Ur.h..sse ,(.fl the .Mc: :suker road and aojoin Iti kid!. Di 'rict of FI'rida, January',18:18.

: in it is or Jercd by the Court, that if the said defend desirous of giving their children and wards, a ih rough ket house. tag Mr.I Lorimer and others. Immediate poasasoil Eliza Overstreet, Complainant, >

-ut. ; L-fe.j.. renliii in ihe P.ist Oflicc nnt, Thomas Jcflerson Green dos not appear anti and systematic education, can avail thems lve They will keep full assortments of Medicines, will be given. For terms apply t. Duval ana vs. I fa Chan/'ery.

.'. t whick >mi.s.<:ilr, th-ec G..o. mouths April I, H38, such of answer the bill complaint filed by sid Richard of opportunity. The location is recommence Dug. Chemical, Patent Medicine, &r., and Hu chin. TallahasseeB.. A. CHAPPEL. Henry B. Overstreet. defendant. >
: A may remain thereafter, will Haywaid, on or the third of as peculiarly pleasant and ', of acres pledge ell aol'iin' but genuine articks. -
I)' be the hfur. clay the next : healthy) easy Jan. 6. 1838. 22-tf appearing by satisfactory evidence,that Hen
: se>it to General Po.t Ollkc as dead letters. IT
tj: Noverm term oftlij C. nl. to be held in the to the large cities, being wiiuin a ride of II hour J. KDWhN STEWART, M D. B. OYCrStreetr the defendant is not an inhabitant
t Pe-so milling for of the annexed letters below NOTICE.
j ny ofTallahassce of tea of Baltimore and twelve of 47-tf EDWARD BARN
city in the Territory Floiida, the Phlladellhio. KD.Jr. of this Territory, but resides in the Suit
1'.[ p'.ense say ndvcr.ued.Abbott mil be taken ns decree will A paren'al w.uchtulness will be exercised from Tallahassee about four weeks
. Williim W McL''od Jun fame conl'ssedant'he : STRAYED of Georgia, it is ordered that the raid defends it do
f |IXMman be entered him ofsaidbillof over the boarders and the strictest iitlculio BOOK-BINDERY. horse with-alight mane and
against according to here on or before the 15th of nut,
'l' Adams Lewis M pi appear day
{ : .dry JMardrie Robt complaint. By order of the Judge, paid to their heal.h, morals, alI dej'artnieni, as THE Sub-cribrl have opened :bindery ia Tallahassee \- tiil, and bald face. Alsi> m small bay horse,with a and answer the complainant's bill. or the wnewiliI I
: : Al '
A.int'l.o'n r>itt AI'x.ldrew Randall. TlldS well as to t'leT! instruction. tht time of execute all branches star in his forehead. Boih were in goo-1 order
> t I McLean Thor, H. DUVAb, CI. i out piepared to I loe talfen for c.n"essed against him,ar d ihtmattcn
ron is Messrs D. &E By I. W- D. bTJNK ( school a pan \vi.lbedcvi.tcdto healthy czi rcise ofikeir business in asgooda s:)I. ai 4une when they left hon.e. They were last seen ncr and things thereof decreed .
."is Clk. c. accordingly.And
r ; At4.1l L Muiphy Sin. Henry I Ihe Georgia line in the of
, February .1, 1848-26 i mllNi'OuMATtoIV and s1or::, and a Paitto regular study, under thepersonal el. "h're. neighborhood CaptainManng's. it is further tcrretd that a oftllisprder!
r AdaTis ropy
lul.n N "ton James' (1)) A suitable reward will be for
superintendjnceauu .id vf te.nhers. They Paper ruled foi hills, letters. ,'e. be printed weekly for four months in"omeni
; B!. Hi-'hard 'tps-
u-.t; Dr I Newton Uird L WANiLlJ. will be requ.r d to Mtund Church on the, t.I\ball, Particular attention p mid to re-binding old books their delivery to the owner. Apply at this office. published: in this di&isicU

( :, Ci Brvfln:CyVm W Neel Owen Elijah (2)) I have ascertained that tfY-lwllal. s otcolon. t .e mlivsto of \hich will be kit \\imb Ihe parent or Newspapers, igizines \e. Jan. 6, 1838. 22-if per rate, THOS. II. DUVALClt,

lardy William of the esiateof; the crop guardian. Mr. Holt will divide his time between subscribers plede thimselves that all er- January 2C. lft8-21-4m
Hv :if J Pr- TO JAIL
( > >ctor MrsCinthy ldJ6, \sere I'roughl to Tallahastee. ai.d hive rcCfived the t "0 departm iiU in !lIB a man er us will Lest ders shall be executed with neatness nnd despatch.
; Balkci'n\ JamesCoitcr PLttnr PIts William account sales ol but in'brmatiun : the I I2ih inst., Mulatto Boy, who says he l'tU'l'ICE.
r ihiity lour; any conduce to ine mtcri of both. TIle Prnii ipa! CUSU.WAN U AY 'Altu.Tallahasse ON
,;:. V.l.an: I'.rjrnolda Wm I ((4)) of the manner in which the other eishu-eu aUo give oe..ivOll iD!tru< ln ia the Ladies wi. October 15 I, 1#37. 10-lf belongs to U. A. Gillard of Florida, he says Samuel H. Duval Complainant "I
Cn"f.rd lBrd Rnshm John bales were edol' 1 he left the plantation of Col. Alston some four .
p dispo will be thankiullv received. A few more l.ios, os be rueivtd ila- against >Ia CLaaur
Cad n SherrcdD S.ni h VV.M P o.nirrn ekuinre. Said is about 5 feet 10 inches
ROBT. RAYJIO.NDRL1L). hug the Teriis mile FOR SALE. boy Robert A. Fursyth, Defendant j
nuoii C R Siiehee Ayiey Berry Pi-rsons willing to coirnuuric.ite wi h me upon .ale 100 Bbls of Flour and
Dn'dlo'ej StandUnd.. R T this subject, will apply; to Mr. R. H. Bery..OTICE. from $150 to$l&O) per ann., paab.e qu..rt.uIy. one 500 BusheL ai* O.us, bySI.IM to come forward, pioe property, pay charges and that Robert A. Forsylli is no* an inb-biiaiiiof
J bhua take him
EdwJr 1trr Spence h.ili ut ihe ci'OMitmemtnt of time session, amid the .{. ..VADDEX.Su away.JAMES this Territorybut lives in some of ihe United State
SpiEdmond A. NEWMAN, Jailor. It is therefore decnei' and ordered that unless hs
other hall iit the clos.In the female department, ,
Fr.tman'lho J Seckinz.rSmo:T SIX weeks after date applicition will re made terms fr.m $l IO to $140 per ann. Thts charges Marks, Dec. 2, 17-tf Thonnsville, Dec. H, l37. 20 tf appear here and answer the cornpluinat'* bill on or

; I i Fen-ieil Drmp.my Sheffield P.iny the H') the Judc of the CountyCourt of include boa.d, tuition, wasliins (not to exceed !:2 LAW !: suij.-icribtr has just reco-veil per brig Lu bclme the fir.t Monday in May next the lime will
: Fur .and Burney Shel.hddVliam, Leon County for I leave to sell land bclongin- to the pieces r.r week) fue. lights, and domestic Tin Jrom New York, a large assortment be uki-n and confessed atin&l him, and the matters
Horn H ill) K 'Jllor .. (2) estate of Richard C. Parish,d,eeas. d.t caie during the : ol itudy. l.upll will furnish M. RANDOLPH, ATTORNEY ot Groceries and Provisi.n, consisting in part of i hereof* decreed accordingly. Anti it is farther

I H.II Kindred, Thompson Jamon: J- L. PARISH, Adm'r. their own towels, bed and bidding pay an LA vv will practice in all the Courts Common Ir'hiskcy; ordered and derleerf, that this order of poUiesuoa

l. .1 B .irJ I G I'lliigle Leonard M.rc.3,1818. 30-,6 extra charge exceeding $2]P'r I Books in Middle Florida, and will attend to such business Old Rye do; be printed weekly in sme of ih public newspaper
U il.iani: D Vickers Natlian quarter.
i I la"e: COTTON BROKERTGE anti fciailunary will be furnished ns heap a) theycan as may be entrusted io his care. Office in the build Common Rum; of this Territory for fuur Months.

Harvey TliO IU Viia James UJu be of! tain id elsewhcie. Music and Drawing ing ioimeily occupied by Call and Walker. Superior Champagne and Cognac Brandy, Tes-e, TllO. H.DUVAL.CTk.

I .lires Tnomas of In. Court ofWoitersor Wonmck \\'atenGeo. And Commission ,Merchant. Trill b. taught at an extia charge, whenever there October 3th, 1637. 13lfCITY Madeira, Claret and Mtlaga Wine, &c. Dec. M, 183!. (Copy) jQ-4.n.__

Komega Sarah county Ann \Vyrhe John Benjamin S THE subscriber would infoim his friends and be n sufficient umbcr to form a class.: Common and j/oney-dew Tobacco; LEON SUPERIOROURT.Richard .

Livlnm Richard lVirnct Leonard public in general, that he has commenced The year of study isdivi.lcd into two sessions nl STABLES. Soap. Sugar, Coffee, Ihiinsj H tjwartl, I'lamtitT )

Lovat \Vill.on Rubin the business of Cotton Broker and Commission two quarters each. On. from the 1st of\l1lo the f Mowing rules! and le ula'ions ae atop Pickles,Cider, Porter, Candles; T<. \ AttacbanotTnomns

Lewis Owen JOha VhitfieldJamesCI.cwis Aserchant, in the City of New Yoik, and is now I slot October-the other fiom the 1-t THE for tbe gO\erumel.t uf the above stable.. Segars, Vinegar.PowiUr, Shot, Ac. Jefferson Green, Defendant )

prepared to receive and other intended to the 1st of Apiil 1 F. CLIFL1N, and will be obmrved it wil. Also, a handsome assortment of Dry Goods.
pr.orMclntyre: \\'hitfiel Jaines (2)) COlon. produce strictly ; is hoped they ssompsit. .ilt 1 I.ment find summons, ad r'p
J L Kezi.huoroeJamu (for this which h:- will to April
r '
I B commission, and flatters himself, that horn long Reftrl'nLts-oj Ben Chaires, G I Chaircs.jr., dii.g. which will be sold low on accommodating terms. of said court, 1818.
acquaintance in the IWihern and Southern J D \estrott, Jr., C Siblev, Esq Tallahassee. of haclc and four WILLIAM CENTER,
I The hire $15
JAMES W. SMITH, P. M. mar a < 0 per day. defendant in said case, and all ethers inter-
_April 7, le38- 35. kets, he shall enabled to give utisfaclion to such Rev Jfts Shatt. Irviagton, Aa.: Rev D Stratton,' Ha< kand pair, 7 5 No.4 Berry's row. THE "ill t..ke notic of the institution of'
may feel disposed to patronise him Columbus, Ga.Biidgeton Per Tuscawilla, daily expected, 25 bbls. superior
a not only in Sulkey: and horse: 3. said suit by att'rhmem aforesaid $"
J 4 NOTICE.THE the kale of their produce, buna the in vestment of Cumbeilard Co., N. J., }'cb 1, 1838. Single i horN, 2 S Flour, Rice, Bacon, &c. required to and as tu the larationil ind they !'
0 appear plead
Cparner.hp heretofore existing under any part ef the proceeds, t>ey may order or direct. 32COUNTY dj. do pr week, 7 ( Oct. 15, l37. 10 in said rase according to ihe statute in swim cUI

fnn &Hart, was dissolved JUaTINIAN F. DAVIS Ho'se at month, 25 FOR ALE. mad and
t OF JEFFERSON D. F. Lye/ 0 provided. DUVAL4ALLEN,
: the 12th day March, 1338. All persons indebted JN'o. 60 Water Street
do pr day, 1 Feb. 3 Ift S.. 86-3m
Mid James Gadsden Light Jers.y Waggon's with har Attorneys for PI.-
to firm are requested to come forward andclose New 'I Single feed, 63cents.Al.heft.es SEVERAL

\ their accounts as early a pos*>iL.le, and those lurEI: ICU. York vs I hired mustbe paid f>r in advance, un- complete Also two or three horse NOTIC E.ALL .
f. having claims ainst the firm desired to R. W. Williams Sam! Wm. II. Redding, Ann Jane \ In Chancery. wagons. JFM. H. FRANCIS. or
1 are pret" Reid, Gov. Branch, Tal 1 l lasi the [person has account with the stables. 1837. persons h vin: claims against the eJUti
i sent them to N. M.Martin, who i is alone authorised lahassee. Jar Co. J. Holloznan and others. Iec.30, 21-tf
L.nie. & Quincy. B. J No horse delive.ed without an order f.oin the ow- Ute James Mennie, of St. Maths art K-
I to settle the came. N. M. MARTIN, Collins, Jlfonticello. J. Baley: Magnolia. or to his known servant LOST OR STOLEN. quested to present them,and all per- l i. d.hl.i

t" WILLIAM W- HART. W. O. Porter, ApalachicoU. Craig fit Daffin, St. ITappearingby satisfactory evidence, that Am. Smoking in the tables is prohibited. Persons Schmalkedder Compass, with its case, "no. said estate, are requested to m-'ke immediat' pty-
Tallahassee, April 7, !838-w4 35 one of defendants above named A
Joseph. is inhabitant enteirngwill please close the gte. 2160, C." the needle altered for the variation, m81't. G. G. HOL1Ada""
not an of this bittresidea
N. M. MARTIN-Will cnntinue business .'tb 3, 1838. 26.yiFRANCIS in the is Tem ordeied rit.ry., thai CAN.'N & RUSSEL. and the case marked Wm. R Hopkins,Civil En. _Feb. 1838-27tf _
at the old Stand of Martin fy Han; where he MARION. she do api ear and tae fle ofUrorgiai def\nce in the above Jaa. $, 18S3. 2-3t gineer. A reward of J5 will be paid to the finder NOTICE.

will always bJ' setlo alend to the wants of WINNER of the great suit, on or before first Monday of July next, on his If'lviDr" ii with J.B.Brown,Tallahissce, persons indebt to the subeerfcr art "

thr public hA hand a good stuck of sweepstake post-stake, else the bill of complaint in said suit will be taken ? ZDm.8nTH or at the the Floridian. ALL to chlj and settle their note 01--

t goods which he will sell low for cash, or to cus 3 and 4 mile heat, at for confessed against her, and the dcciee of the undersigned the -_ March S, 183. 30-tf c-.unts with C.S. Sibley, Eso, immedi.1W1.;:

g turners who puy their accounts promptly, once I I / Tallahassee, wi standat court in this behalf awarded accordingly. And his planters\ of Leon and adjacent counties, that he has NOT1CIS [* furtl erindulgence ran be: give Awl sa* *"fJJ

I Marianne, present further ordct ed that a espy of this otder b prin- made and appointed DAVIB-. WILSON hi.attorney IX weeks from date application will be male c-mmencHon all notes er accounts unp'* N .

vear.April 7. 1838. S5 season, which hns alrea ted weekly for four months in some newspaper te sell E. W. Pitt's patent Cotton CULTIVA to the Judge of the County Court of Leon County first day of April E. I. CO.U .

dyeomrenc'd. at FIF. puLhshetln this district. TORS. He respectfully invites thePlantera to call fir letters of administration on the estate of J/ea- Feb. *8, 1S3&-SOtf.

: JOHN C. JACOB, T r" DOLLARS, payable publication be made 8 prayed fer. and cxamiae for themselves. ry Howard late of said County, deceased tr. -
THOH' S RANDALL, Judge.A C. F. CLABAUGU.Tallahassee A. M. ALa 'iDEa. W A'fCHJS, JEELRT..
Cabinet Char. Sofa Maker, on the 1st December next. All thorough bred true cipy, WM. BUUD, Clerk. Dec. M, 1836. 21--tf St. Jf rks. March 10 1838. 31-w6 H"; subscriber on band a kandsoiM 17'
First Prtlhlt Cabinet Maker, of M. York, mart at this time owned in the Territory, will Maich3, 1838. 3om4NEW T ply of the above articles, which he watteU

lute (torn Columbus. Ga. served rat.is. For farther particulars} of:perform- GADSDEN SUP. COURT, MID. DIST NO 11\Jt. his usual term He ba in his employ two saP

inform the citizens of sncc end pedigree, see handbills, Spirit of the DRUG STOltti. March To wit March persons indebted to the estate cf John A rienced watch makers, and be inures IN?"".
: RESPECTFULLY of the Territory of Florida Time and American Turf Register. term, 18"; : 7,18.Litl.bury ALL ;, dtc'd will coma fotward ant I make he will spare no pain' to have their work II
J.J.PITTMAN. THE subscribers haT formed a co-paruier&lut H. ) and thou having claim will preaant ttea best
pneriLly, that be iaiends permaiently to locate payment duly promptly a-d in the manner.
: I in the Drug business under the firm ot > In Chancery autheuticat within LlI8 time prescribed by .- hi
btmi.;f in the city of Tallahassee, for the purpose Feb 24, 1838. *9-3ro v Mr.B. JVeicalf has resumed the Gun Snutksiness
of manufacturing Irwinton Herald, and Spirit of the Timse, Waddel, Randolph, ft JLewIs. David Tom: ) WM.G.PON WfLUEY.Ad DPI,Ad'aw. in In} back shop and will he nappy totoanyjob aur**
the above for three months and forward On of complainant's solicitor: leave is
i will publish Uarek 17 35NOTICE. in that line.
CABINET WARE hare received and
just now offer for sale
iheir accounts for granted him to tile his amended bill, and exhibit in FREDERICK TOWUJan.
; In all its bnht and a.GI the public that it payment. one door nont of Mr Birge's clothing establish this cause against the unknown heirs of David .

will be t advantage by giving orders here '25 RkWAILD.R ment, on Monroe street, a gcneaal assoriment of, Thomas, deceased,makii 5 them a this suit, WILL be sold by virtue of an order of the *===. 6, U3 _'_

instead of importing work from the north, as the -4NAWAY from ,the subscriber on the 19th FRESH ORUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS. atd and it appearing t the satisfaction prlY'en that .Judge of the County Com of Leon :NOT1CK.

style and workmanship will net b excelled by any lost.,his negro man Harryabout 30 years OIL?, together with variety of Perfumery and the said unknown heirs do not reside in this Territory county,, on Monday the 7th day of May, at public those who made r else at"p** .
in the United 8.1. fancy nancies mr.he toilet auction within legal boors, i"nieaow., slat ALL .j

Those who are want o furniture will d* well .of f age.coal Harry blai-k complexion is from 4 feet C trout 1 7 lobes teeth decayed high-, .111 older from Physicians,Planters and country It is, lherC"r ordered tht publication be made MARY, aged about 7 years and ELIZ4. aced asttl.tb.saae.,'.File sxe. reqUIted_ B.In"J.com HACl* jRj* .
not to order from the -, as tic subscriber _) a thankfully received and bunt the -
II head well apd ioteispeised wuhrrty merchants b faithfully for the term of four agreeably to the atat 5 tear, property of the hem of PeletiahWhrteborst. Mateb "
his 14tk
Tall hasee
be able all demands in a short comb _
1 supply very well when be is forward attended te 18-tf met in such case made and pruvided; and that said deceased.

as soon as materials and' workmen arrive from the bair speaking wu and not timid, lel. recently W. W. WADDEL. unknown heirs ol'taM David Thomas, dcr.a d t Terms-C edit for one yesjr, the pursue money 1O&RD.

flOi.TeDcep. York District, by Messrs. McClin- J. II. RANDOLPH. appear and plead answer or demur to complain- to be secured by note .withapproy.ds.curity.psy MALL family sad_V or fo.r ra frcaa
GOT. Call,R .Huk";E L brcbtlro. Tbf; above reward will be paidfor B. C. LEWia. ant's bill, filed herein, before the expiration o said able 'j in 'one year, ..tlr 8 percent interest from 4 b* eatertaiaed at No-101.C_Iho '
: ennan, kVHaiward, W. U lk Hal" that 1 """ ICE ICE! (oar months,or the time will be taken ra date, to Sarah Uarlt..-.' allalwasee.
his so get ca.1 North Ad"il't. s
Col. H. Wm..L.C.p a".1.ntoi' deteALon' A true cody from minutes, ,C. 8.SIBLKY,Atty ..Pe|"r.E .
A.'A him.lf .h ten dollars/. HAVE just received and deposited in my lee l. March 31 118 -
IM ARD.HOUSTON.. I House full cargo of the best quality of I. I HARRIS, Clerk. J. J.HACKLEY. Auctioneer.,
March yarra >l SttMayTtMeeV BANK OF -
17,1838. UNION
too and expect soon receive 3it -
BOOK LOST. N u CopD11re families have t an assurance a. ,dOPAB fiRSH.P.. I BcrVbT riven to the lublcriblrt '1
Bst\rdajrlaetatintrandy, .b.pofM. that they eta be daily through the whole TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD 11'... eauaja lelsiam .a.rrt..rc&NT c4bjasak3that their L t"hadbdft.ftt. piP'flDuPonataq.

ON DSVM .K.A.: a I.b.r.ss.mi.4z'ochmsi|l Alrtbs; f rttTtra of tne County COUr of I laD. .ppi STOLEN on Frid> veninc 2d March, from sad ZZ&4,- *.ie.W&.=t *for 'axamlrtabon ta =".It1,

book .it a ., & fiftr osst4oll,Iftycuu ",'ia th year 1S. we preaemt wishing to Irb will pleas leave ssarKerr&Lzksey'utore, a Q.' r.- Whenrepnned IIIrt* "
r and Ccnuat Bank bl.t a not* 01 I ..Ctl nd.ron .r apply for their names *L'tbs City Hotel. Payment la light of' wuh a upU rent 'Jarc- J. ,, mortgages and ki4a wilt Is h. .

ban 1 far thirty tloluut 0 James Catr. >ae.O: Mt;.m"a.a JKitcutora, of the t. quarterly in advance will! be, required. The arm dr both Do, bulunja at She hip are : : )nt;JQ tPCUd a. OHJI t4&D1 Cdjii!

dclMaa. Al p rsoits .e.LrJfl &0 Drt JYUball'ctee [c be opened on ibe first day vf Xpril. nearly oft Whoever l. det-t the thief aid :I aaDT. tOjatteve fteea tf/Waf fcc .MIl March 10,, : ., ',' .-

ror' A bbr,..ril i. and,1C? vtll delivered io replar.nb.cribrscv.erunIaguaW7o'et.k. ton the float 1 J-a Ball1 hall receive the r.. gv'7 a.so W.W' WMUa, '. isss3e PRINTING. i #
Ux book tmA COSTIN. ,rArill4 CHlBil:.' Euculn ( \THO. aaOWL' reward. AARON BVERrfT. 0.45 M tS OUI fftt April us4'ui 'fM1 ip"nJJU1'r ,
e" .
-. ... I.ths a.. .. '
J"O : > ,.y. t, XazsbZi$1' l 30-tAprl .t' ." 'r .._, Jd w. #

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