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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: December 22, 1838
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079927:00300
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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1 iuAD& t t1Ons I liafOi6irtf\.iIyeaterlaiaedandoaaH pro it'1tr; J.ffLW Lathis .i1.i .
1.SI4IIJ'OI'Sr ing the banks and commercial'communities U alre d". In effect the law in respect to the per t.c.iket'' Jr/". Tbotigh always opposed .for i fair e.. ofI1tW 1&0:.tilhudemicci13ea rlln- "'. .. 1IMre4 '' .
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4J his". ..'iI.4.md! inlBcent P ;. ia other setlioas by postponing thet payment lni.and' ferns" been productive of the most to their :ira*Ht in Iha fern.of ulai,. privilegnsand44 6jh. tidfaw athst4th ...1We JII=" ;V' ;.'i

'etftdene 'of'o6 of bonds for duties to the amount between i salutary :fesnlts. Whatever *rste'm isaJopfodf fcjMiu neutrals ajmias;by appropriate legulabftnto and Tefntorwn of Urt Unltod St foe t ." Ihn el' oIt1..fII.lhi.Jfr .t. J +'
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i4.saI k'r ahst-m' four and five niillH l! of dollars; by an' ia je Jh tcb'ao eoacttncnt Would .cbp wileD _lint the eommaaity against the eonequenees val to eVxrtffrj. wck oflLv MUlmpfHeitowtv. ... I f' 'a:".. .itrllJ "* at.pn .
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..4 tfarinf the variioa.vtclsMlades emergeneks Treasury notes as n mean to eoaUe the jia 1epeiu1entrneaaure of ban yet evei'wished to see then protected in the .th*t .wltWk tie*tWt 4-tb4s.. "'' .., k"

iaetteot to evert _\Ion. The'arts end sdBOsaarasnco Government to. race! tho cona quezwcso1their ,tbe public jnoney* must in their collectionand exert).. rhtsennforred by'law and,have never a to _. "l"'V Wbai" eSb.U4rf.hetoth' ( ilt

fa| 'cificers in whatever promoting be interests of trade,lad through lli.it 10. fcywfcUsBMdWeJtenulvi. .i 'r
for renounce andUexekaugeraod ufpofelic manor .. rflIJ t ..
internal! ipSmIflt and individual enterprise .T.Ji..1CL.
pTOBMtcdd-dvilkattoa penetrating trio daeptst.raT bv.steajily liolM to employ as -gn-": tWr are sntmrtn.dblely' kept The Go- channel the General tbe kbcr Government interests they of Ibe preseet community.themselves To 4.t.\alr_ ., *Xt/ftksi. ... oAr. ...".., ,Jii.:5 .\ 9.. :

of tbt wilderness, aad -pe* aad'eaUefirrnngspit oral deposUocje of tbq public revenues,,or ,wrnmrai, it mu.t bTftdmitted, has been, merely Sfcte institution, having oo-aeceaaary eilit41bt jWr. ,d. .iIii ..1 C"

vo.musit aging_p with,orhntled 'ntxmn,. receive the notes of'aU.haw wbicb retyped ;1ThtI coMrotfoceapaot' conpsj actively for I connexion wlb its legislatien.er its adsaiaietraUoa. baa JtiMQ'.: ,1. ,*,"W* I" : =I 1;ar 1

wail religion b extending her'peaceful sway*.unlramsaeled redeem jbem with.specie ; by tb >e,
by any constilotiajual eaictmeaU mired' aided by the f.y ht\Je actw.'otjwrtctrfii .l? !' ..na'i.' bevel1.: dsed.in itsexperifeaxa'of or aot in coo ctiag the affairs'oflhe fjseafumeat 1t.:;.Ia.eItift'k". ,' .,..:". ...11 1I1J1 rt '
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aad 1M pistil isjtsrestref HMUaioa .et.4 .
Our foreign nbtfotftf g $WtUr'art. l etory* .. .ka, and by ,It- tupoort stnd co, .the every coon as rebus may potry earn to require. Tbo oaJy safe.or br ee t Dt.Il..u..I." -lee 'e- .. If JJlll "uJ 'iL'. 1ta' or I.-i

A treaty baa *eea csocl k>dd.inlwtita qt.font*. eratHXiof a Urfe pdrtk>o .f the';oo ca uorty, r tth.**:.lhfpua.lii.a&eri. oot.t por principle ipon wfcidi their wl.rooaias with the witft'W. ... the ,O..'..I&JILJIJW. .4

neat as*! ." aJaW.t. qtif.wil'sfr' ,we\hm wi =: .",, .tJ .,

the adjustment of oar ifirahtn"K& tkat rp.L3c i ee payoaenta la e.r Peat oaioMfa4l. .. '. ., tW Cnwjt oircs'- Ia&el tlaair. use .Ha law privaU aitkniit, -the .: .i':1"

to the aritiy mtnt of a fricull/power. capital promptly followed in almost"'every it.- naa uinnalun -" -.tea seaamka.ftJ1 e.JI1't st t4t 9i..M.' r.'' ..
Th NorUi Eastern Bovatlar/U jet Mndctermiod part of the United Stales. This result baa as to the officers themselves, to provide every with tW.of tbe baatotfcto wtds-arii JhjaUl ba' lit L i'w..b t.Mp lbs..tP leeks- ,.,..

,aod the appolnloienl of a joint comoiMMn of been alike salutary to the true interests of paul against tntiHgressioBS oftbU at Cbertytoseefc that aid .it wo4l4 tile service of tel ot. n .101I. fbe4'tW'pitrw .r.I..-

Burrej and exploration u '& '! Tb subject agriculture commerce, and manufacture character that is consistent with reason and a prtvatabaAaer,or other capitalists or spots gl v. 1..then b two snuck pnai.hillel,*. 5oofleaees .--v"J r !1-

of lb. i i&Verfcreuca of our ciliuu i i. tIte Canatfiaa ; to public morals respect for the laws humanity. Congress cannot be too jealous log Ute frefetaaca to those who will mire it en tbe call however,jiaHlj I durgd apes' "i ..... ;
dirturbatxr M preMoted to the the conduct best tonaa.Nor cia there over ealrt interest ia tile ..government sinee it became tM to MUMH its iw.a '
evpccial cuu- aud that confidence between man and man ol of those who are entrusted 11..9
I officer of die Government as seek induemg them eoarw. lu dealings with UM ladau trftt Rye' :
.id.r&1iOD'of CongreM calculated to produce which ia so essential in all our social relations. with the public money and I shall at all to imbiarase or aaaoy Un flute banks'any more been jut" and friendly taroosaottt} KB sffrfts fur I' -. .4'-&, t

erioo difficulties betwoea Ibo United Stales and times bo dispesed to encourage a watchful I thai telceor tbe hostility of say other 'class of their eirDhalSott .,red nWtodbj sI.-rlT t1_ .' -

Great Rrilain, and calling for the imincdule action The contrast between the suspension of discharge "f this duty. If a more direct co I State bwthatioo*, or of private dl. It is not f fiop orn.cnitl. Iu watdtlabtsss U"u.1. .. =.*i V r* *iifc: i7iii *"* l

of oar government. 1814 and that of 1837 is mot striking. The operation on the part of Congress, in thesupenrioion. ia the suture of things that hostility to those insCtatiuas tag them fro0 tedrvidaal frauds samaiug} its ., .. ..dr".ll. 'f1 1
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reM this .osrinot fcvtearasx r the kssMcat nroeatloa eM "ha.t. .
A ( that of the of the conduct of the a rprbg asy.ppo.i' *. .
coareotioa or marking pail short duration of abe latter; the prompt officers lad Ute .; votild
tics this.coorss of Insissis except when they 1 deepest tfijarisa, ssost fagrabl ootrafes. urge :}
boundary bctweea the United Stiles and ibe restor ti m of business the evident benefits entrusted with the custody and application tbemseVes departs rroaa the ob ets f their erAtioM, may eatfieng at least a comparison. with any M tfea Ge ut_ M 1' b '_L 1L. ** .1D5: :

Republic of Texas,which extends from the resulting from an adherence by the Government of the public money is deemed desirable, it aa I stfcmfi to asnrp awwars set couCantd BM I tie either ancient or modem in similar circaia witdstbjln,. TIIIV &eiJiav ;'1

I mouth of the Sabine to Red.-iver, wan con to the constitutional standard of willgir.mophsureto&uiat io tbe estab them*to subvert the staadard. of va se establbb- stances; and 1(1.future times a poweriW,civilissd! I. filCHed in gornl fmifliffH IJanfir. ipsiy ni'iuilitieoa ': .;

eluded nud atgnrd at tbw city on the 25th value, i instead of sanctioning the suspension Ksisment of any judicious and constitutional ed by'te Coostitatioa.caoaot While exist in opposttien this quarter to tbeir ra- and witbia happy the nation limit of of infoa this northern haQ be found coat to ,exist UI I triUi the satftra tribes -2a77tliir .. eieel 3ii
operation.
regular
I April last. Il bas since been ratified by both by the receipt of irredeemable paper; and plan by which that object may be accompltslird. _IUd to aay attempt to mace tb. Government !will be owing to tIt cooMimmattoa of that p>4lej' 0"ace.iliJt' .silke, p.tlimeaofth iit

I goverames, asd rasonable measure will tbe ad vantages derived firm tbe large amount You will, in your wisdom, determ dependent upon them for this eaeeessful adminis. which bas been to unjustly ... Only very ebIipIJ-11 Z'ielafrow '3s''

I be taken to carry h tnto effect on tbe part of of specie introduced into tbe country previous ine upon tbe propriety of adopt l'g inch a tratMta uf publie affiiia, is a matter of duty, as I I brief reference to fact in' Confirmation of. this aaw ---r nr* I k11'" .ra_huefj

the United States. to 1837. afford a valuable illustration plan. and upon the measure necessary to trust it ever will be of inclination no matter from I tion tin in this form "(", sad yea are, tbere- mi'.d IlYeeiD ..*sTerei.4;
what active consideration tho ori fo e. eniIy referred tfce of the Sic,.- :
! The ; of that for of the Goveinmeut in such its effectual execution. When the late bank ur attempt may I report i j
application Republic admission ; of tbe policy a p'nate. tiny of Wit fur farther details. T
,: into this Union, made in Auguft, 1H37, crisis nor.can the comparison fail to remove of the United States was incorporated, and It II no more than just for the banks to say,that .wboe cue baa brtfaaps Vteite4 'the greatest their -acl'tlnl1..tJ'iL _..L .JH

and which was declined for reasons already .the impression that a natiooal' bank is nrcessary made the depository of the public moneys a ia the late emergency, most of tLem firmly resulted shire attention aad sympathy, the United States L18, te vie.: ".h iat- :'

nude known to you, has been formlly i in such emergentte. Not only were right was reserved to Congress to inspect, the stroagest temptations to'extend their paper is. bare granted ia fee, with a perpetual gnsraale' of the Usi1e4&mir, ..t yIO4'a 1

withdrawn, as will uppe,ir from the ao ;ppecie paymt-nts resumed without its aid, at its pleasure, by a committee of that body suiwhra: apparently by puhil.suMilued opinioa in even a IUllpeUlO thuugs ofkpe16psyUeDt1 inad' exclusive land cad on peaceable tbe wnt aide"-l7r-n, of the, Mustasippi 13 54,135aetesof want of JCID9-.ratt tot IB oCcvH. I

t couipao.agCopy of the flute lie tbe Minister but exchanges have .1110| been more rapidly the books ia the proceeding. of the bank. ,. teem invited y JegWaiivs & To epgiblj situated a healthy .climate,. and ,ia aQrerpects example ia oecies1r.L. .:.

Pirnipolentiary of Texa*, which was prescn lestorod tbuu when it (existed thereby showing I Ia one of tbe States whose banking neti1at1oo.l Ib.hoaoarabe! course, aided bl the of better suited to their condition than the Experience has.sfcown thq.IOIUII* to be ",'.

ted to tbe Secretary of Stiteou the occasion that private capital, ontcrpri, and prudence are supposed rank among the first ..' Geseral Government acting in obedience to the euentry they bare kA" n exchange for only ,!, gamed _IsliG. L'a. VJ l .. &&>$',$.,i*. .
stability, they are subjected to coastantexamination the '
Cowtitolion and laws of the United Slates to the 160 acres on eart side of the same ri Yer. The
oflheexrlwngfl of the ratifications of tbe are fully adequate to these endn. On by commissioners appointed for that purpose I introduction of an irredeemable paper medium, United States taste fa addition .sLpalaled to'pay country so _mtersectedw_ [ 2C ba i99s8Mitswsmpa

coiiTcntiou above menliooed. all these points experience teems to have and much of the success of i its bunking system U may be attributed in a great degree,the speedy restoration them fire mill;. six hundred thousand dollars for and a..dL.r tEe

Copies of the convention with Texas, of confirmed the views heretofore submitted to attributed to this watchful tspervkion. The same 1 of our currency to a sound state, and the their interest in, and improvements oa, the lands fatal cbsnrcter: of the efli,tfcati fce'abab

rommerciil concluded with she King14GleCcedfldOfa C.'mgress.V e have been saved tbo mortification coarse has also, in view of its brnrncial operation Uoaiaesnuf the country to its wonted prosperity. thus rt"Jinqq.hed, and one million nno hundred aadMity dotted at tin cod ortiwater; *Trconr* -
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treaty of tb. been adopted by an adjoining stale,favorably knows The banks have but to continue in the same safe thousand dollars for subsistence and other mend ihereibre .:
the
similar with the Pe feeing distresses ; community for tbo i bas bestowed t&ro" Id.jtth
: whatever '
trexty cue always upon eoarw, and be content in their appropriate sphere benefIcial purposes; thereby potting if in then ..
lu- oliyian Confederation, the ratifications for tbe third time seized on to fasten I rotates to its financial concerns. I submit to your to'avotd all interference from the General Government power to 'ccuoo'oue thcsjfcort wealthy and isde- wbrnined br-the '8e -YWW'tiA"Uiir .

.which have been recently exchanged, accompany upou the country so daagerous an institution consideration whether a committee of Congress .and to derive from it all the protection and pendent separate ecmmoniUes, .rtbo'A o q\ent. nrcontpanying fv/pott for J.i pfln t- '"

: this menage for the information ; and we may alo hope that the i might net be profitably employed ia inspecting at btttcfibi which it bestows on other Slate establishmrats M tbe world. ', cttpatioaortba. potlfcar of "dae Wii rY.

of Congrrs' and for such legislative enartrottttt businrn ol individuals will hervaftrr' be relieved such intervals might; be deemed proper the affairs on the people of the Slates, and oa theStates By the treaties mad and ratified with the .vVam- freed from UM' iMluuiA.; ''a&d "tad'' sore'-''effi'
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accounts officers entrusted with the their le*,the Cbippewa the Sioux the Saw and Fuxes
themselves. In this, true position;they fJ
! from the effects of continued cient protecflda nf' Fk t
n may be found necesxary or expedient i- injurious a custody of the public money The frequent per. cannot bat secure the confidence and food will sf and the 'W innebsoes du uC kit year, the Indian pebpttTrdf. '
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in rHatioa to either' of ilicm. agitation of that disturbing subject. The formanee of this duty might be made obligatory on the people and the Government which they can only title to eighteen million roar hundred aud firty-eightthoflMnd from their inhumaa ,war&re. .

An expa ition uf ibe fi.:rnl nflTiirs of the limited influence of a BNtSonal bunk in averting the committee ia respect those officers who have lose when leaping from fbeir legitimate phere,1 acres has been extinguished. These'par. From the're i'or 11iie".' t1P

Gweimnrtit and of ikeir condition for the I derangement in the exchanges of the large sums in tbeir possession,and left discretionary they attempt to control the legislation.of the country chases have barn much more exlea iro,than those Navy, her*,itfr,1ra..liiW.ttJ,
I ia respect to other They might report to UMExeeative tithe Government of previoos.year and have,'with other Indian { ; '"
the :
,and operations any '
! jMut ,..,;will bfiiatade to you by the Sccrelarr coqniry or in compelling tbe resumption of such defalcations as. were found to'exist to their own'purpoecs.proven expenses, tNrao"8r1'heavily upon the
i of slid Treasury. '. specie payments, is now .not less apparent with a view to a prompt .removal from office, one "* Our experience under the act parsed at the last They leave, however,bat a'smali quantity of uaboaght fotceii- eilher- '.'.aditely.jesfepfostale > to It., ". JD%, '. '.
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I Ttu anLil.bla( .Uulhce in time Tre., ry'nn than its tendency to increase inordinate I.&he'defca't was satisfactorily accounted for sewion to grant pre-emption rights to settlers oa Indian lands witUn the 8tt. and Territories ofpcepanaof, puzpose of"di ..

.!:- tat of JjUwarv nrxU is rrfimateJ at .p0clitinn by stiJdeu expatuioas aDd con- and report also, to Coegren at the eommcuccrucai the public binds has as yet been too limited to enable t and the Legislature and". Ezecatife' were cipline and the proiscluooof one 1.9 i commtfEo.1&4.effcclul 1 .a .' .i
ofc.e1)8ei.sion, the result of their examination andr..i4tsk 1 with rafcty the efficacy equally .cnsitle.of the propriety of a"fin Lanil'more, .:;.: 'at -- ".
disuoakiaa rreale 4ciiib.rrasrneny to. upon
I ., 1 to q pronounce
hm tn6 pas '
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extinction Indka titles withiu "
tlt aad liberal speed ,
out wise those
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provisions to ) Jh
carry po- 1'
castcdts laHa..i6t1'1'f)1 abll'8In fntTo ) rtir me-JN'IPIISI.4.Us. nara .u .: &Wa.w Zl( wjie.acbIs to.iw.**, .. .' 'I-.r ithfo I'* .
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-y'- -'L..I'---- ct.:"Tliera' is its' wiigli Were, with a fD .
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$2O.cUiMJ3 These usual aourci'B of revenue designs; its interference with politics; and ueral lupervwton to however, the best reason to anticipate favorable Uort.Tniue tn pui.a*.uvc m-.,..Ibid ppI'Opmll 'h& 4.lt.ressal .-. ;I 1i & *. ,.

have been ;inrrraej by an nnuo olTieasury it* far greater I power lor evil than; for good, ( a committee should have Congrcu no at notire periods, and of to which results! from its operations. The recommendations for defraying the expense have lubseqnently'been 1 cetrysagtbeg'ot ltth ,_ ,.. .'1 '"%

noirs-of which less than eiit% either in regard .to the local institutions or cecution they and punishment previous as for felony for every pro. formerly submitted to .TOO, In raped to a graduation ratified by the the Senate, and receded the sanctioa of within. a1 ."r' J < v "kq'r" *
of the of the public lands remains to be Congress by appropriatioas to
raillions of dollars, including interest and the operations Government itself. What breach of trust the safe keeping of the public mo- finally acted price upon. Having found no rossqn to them into efl. Of the terms necessary upon which carry Ihessi ever dJ4tao&o? czped. f1 ltto"\% ,

principal, will be outstanding Hi the end of wan, in these respects but apprehension or n.iyi, under the 'j letn proponed, might be placed change tho views then expressed, your attentionto important negotiations wero concluded,fean'speak' Tbeexplorwa expecgtin f3o4.fcow J&r,

the y.r-and by the salfl of one of the bondsof opinion u ben a national bank was firt "stalilUhcd on a safer foundation tan of the it Government.has ever occupied them is again respectfully requected.C from direct knowledge; and I feel. no difficulty in folk onfioo the 19th oft1a3led4fit.,
stands confirmed by bumil. since the M".abli.hment e affirming that the interest of the Indians in the has beenxaMp(
the Bunk oftb UnHed Stutcn, for $2- now Tbe Secretary of the Treuury will lay befcrc ex- .' as.jrra& at
tli. i iilin rxperic<-.-Tb nceties tbiotigh The accompany report of tbe Secretary of tenure territory embraeedby them Is to he paid for the island of Kjuferia. '.1JIIe. ._:
254371. Tbi*.g r rjtaie of means frmu c ; you additional information containing new detail War presents a satisfactory accocnt_of the state of at its fair value,aDd that i>o more favorable terms ; .

and other sources, with tbe balance on band which v 9 have passed conclusively prove on this interestinir subject. To ihcso 1 ask your the army,and of the' several! branches of the public have been granted to the United Stales than would huatea&bo Ocet1nd irewjud'..vr
how little commerce, agriculture, inauufactures early' aUntion. That it should have given ri our err re&so rI
j on the 1st oUnnunry List, has been applied service confided to the superintendence of that offir. reasonably expected in a negolTatina ; ir
or fioances require such on iu- great diversity of opinion cannot be a subject 0'.urpriac. with dvilittd men.-folly capable of sdu beaeficia to caqMaerce_J.d
appreciatingami rNo
ridlioo Congress #
to the pnymtoi of,j prD|> >i by After tho collection and custody of the ..
The bole the stltitio.ntnd what dangers are attendant on had been for The law increasing and nrganfaring the military protecting theit own rights. F<>r the ludtaa the nation- .'1 cAit
expenditure yearon public moneys so many year connected establishment of the United States bas been nearly title to 118,319,897 acres acquired sioet tbe 4th'of
tbtir the of its power. I. trust, never to ho con with and made subsidiary U, the advancement ,B ill oID.f r.y
acco including redemption power-a carried into effect, and.the army has been extensively March 18 9,'.056, in permanent 'ajianitisa,
more than right millions of Treasury note, f-'irod bv tie Aml'ricnn pc"plu upon their government of private intrresU, a return to the simpleand and'usefully employed during the part sea land reservaUonefor 1ndiaaxezpei.e,of re a val thefcrce aew ia-- &Ii :. ql1i -.1,

constitutes an aggregate of about forty millions and still lens upon individuals not self-denying ordinances of the Constitution and snb btenee,merehandive mechanics and pj. I pbded.Sootb. ,T _w .i-f..1
be difficult But time and free diecnssion
of dollars,'and, will alill leave in tin responsible lo them fonts unavoidable bUll s. could,eliciting not but the wntiments- of the people, and aided son.I would again call tnyoar notice UM subjects connected colt oral cstabltshnMnts and imptemeuts. lawrica Mdear tteer t6.tt

conviction of tbe of further with and essential to the military defences of When the heavy expenses iocorml.by hs 'ataU n. ; .
Treasury the balance before atated. My necessity by that conciliatory spirit which baa ever characterized coaoterc*. ;.J."j 1
, for the safe keeping their coarse in emergencies were tie eountiy which were snlmilted to you at the United Ststeit and the circnradUueo..tint, that t mt iiiilembarkw .
Nearly' eight million of dollars of Treasury l legisUtive: provisions great l lart session } but which were not aetod upon,as it quarter; ffgLEg,
of the public aid relied upon for a satisfactory setllenieul of the question. so large a portion of the entire terruory, will'be 'ia tsd4k4 j
.
disburdineot WIg
notes arb to be paid during the coming nud moneys it '!;>[**<*?.Tor want r>f time. Tbe most important
addition to tho.ordttllul appropriations my vpinion in regard .to tho measures l bo"t .' Already has this anticipation,on one important IU'-thm ill tha! organisation of th, militia oa thefr:4niiJ.e forever unsaleable are cobsioVrcd, :and _a..." "IUrIW
year, least the of
at impropriety convening :
point and inland frontier TVie IIQ. is tblepriee.ia eompnred 'with tfpit rfor :wbjch '
for of Goveroment For adapted to the ncccompIUhtnent of those <>bjrrlsbave been real : f and i' ,} (
.the support iiuHta money to private purposes- fully I jaerned imj runt, as it is believed that StallS fur. the United 5 talcs sell tkeir 7_:_ = :
Ua
both! these purposes, the resource* of the been already submitted to you. ixed. There is no. reason to suppose that iegisUtio ; D"A' tf.pi1' v ulgtsvferc* ia aW-iftheiwgu. d > ,,ttrist_ r 1 ) '.r i

Treasury will undoubtedly sufficient, if These have been strengthened by recent upon that branch of the aabjert would sow b,.,'l-iil.ar'lt1l.ernfmaJ: *> >form the basis for a general sys: can dithtpbatjsiatke baa beea jo*.&,tlwfodianjio squadron may' I.$ 11.1 '.I ..

the charges it not iu rque.d.elund evepU and in tbe full conviction that time si+ *!" f>,,..diCerencVof ,* ..r&11 torseoiv.thsioidi&la '.f ftrinnfor irtixalioii ftf the entire militia ortbe Uni.ted tb sepircba upon are, of lure of
annual estimair No however and"experience mu'i still 'further demonstrate pport a majority Stain. The erection of.national (o.u.d'11i is,that the trtnncfioM of tbe Padnsl Government _
the excess The connexion vhicb.fsravrexis'ed !
ronsUtaeots. .
oar / bcaaaAB
gunpowder manufactory and oe for small with Ike Indiana bav 'b .f j
is likely to exist norcin, ibe postponed Jnstalment their propriety; I feel it my duty, with between the Government aad bank w.. in inking' ei jam* .
. ; taller ritoated
art* pile to be at soma point west
of the surplus revenue be depositedwith respectful deference to the conflicting views reafily injurious to both as. well as to Ibe general I of the'AHegany mountain, aB appear to be*of tafacieat formly chinKienzed. .by,* siaceredpaii-; : r:

. the States,.nor any cnnzkkissb1oappr of others, again to invite your attention to interests of community_ at_ large. Il aggravatedthe .. Importance t) ba agate urged npoa your at. amount d nue to promote their wpl&nr.sail ".oifr.lfIr r.- mR_jw
disasters of trade and the deranfaaeat ofmercial ttmustbeesoeret cftbc
them. ten uon.Tba. bsjfcwt gratifies- i
,
estimates be roadp without
priations beJOHlb' and adninisterad excite.
'ieficirncy in thO 'Treasury.Tbe With; the exception of limited sums deposited aad iatetcoorse additional means to wild new and reekissa _. pita proposed 4>y the Seeratary'afWar for doom friend if justice aA3bms ..jfICam'tlm 1 *
causing ,* meat I '
tilt tri.. of tbe forces( the United Sttmisthmi
notvibtao4jss lbs ob -
I
caiitioo 'advisable stall times, of in the few banks still employed 'Undtr speculations,the disappointmeaU of wBkst threw aiucfoe
greal of peace,is Walt ealnahtoa'to KM****reg. from
nreiling appropnatiooslo: the want's of )tb. tbe act of 1838; the amounts received that country into ooavubwn of peals,aid aB bat clarity and seoanmy fa the isoai admmisiration oftU Umetatiniatijowjiw: *.way adjtafiffitttltie .
prodaeed violenea sad WoadsbaoV Tb impradewt *vbtck bava, ao (.tfca ___ .
inconsiderable etf
riih excrption .
duties '
is rendered oeces-aryat( for ,and. very tefrtce,to aroserva taa idbnlpHas tbs troops _
public serrfc pre- ez.ditz.wbweatbeaa1erai: : 'if
cud reduction *, thoseaccruing from lands' also,' expansion of bank .aad fsstoW tibass avaibAbi fcrlaeaaahrtnBaaee ofU liar, 'and upIaezbe. nantr* or-tbtlJ lWiaicbaractcf I _lftt1ipIsifi'e
tto etliTe rapM e/tbasUla
out by resaJtoftbeeomsaaad l'tb rveaa
pro of paalos'lad tran q tiUy at ibseasetry. With tb true,htaoano'and onJeviaii J' O 11141: .
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i ortJ"'t.rilr ile'1bo"ril1ADrJea1 eri- have,since the general suspension specie fitmisbed Ibe rssMnss. far uaboMdadt' HIUHI ia 2
tab
likewise I rteoaWMad tie oftl&jAtn
view adopUoa
v Jif
; dtatlyekck deurriocsth.I Wroo g tbe. :people ty the oc- payments by the deposite banks, beep kept every soiclea if adventure,sauced isdarv CtaaaiU pYesawtod by that oOeet fcr the .1II..ft policy difficult l "h'c/aJJ Government ii::U0 o s J4* '

i list sfe'jczrs' aasurea.'uirtattbey'eTpectTrom and disbursed by the treasurer under hi*gen regelt u4aaJatary iIcipStis5Ib7 tM saps ..1shua3aies tfrf weftera rVantier.- The if JIUf&lioa ef UM Bves our relmiooj,fojfjka at dome. I UUW$ ,
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1aLar the socIlstate
" ',tticir erj ]'1 frugal powers,subject to the superintsndoceoflheSecretarypfthe ;. without ; nM deranged Aaiprc ertr ofour f Dow-eim a4wbo'are saidsd tic, bw ai length baja jestife tnW '$
represtotstivef, | all aad latotba
t by ,. trades prnfcssinai Inat border ia Hs ch .o
.DiM .n. be axisteaesby ttear to*
1 Tb.1opifety eoualry ppro bsr7peetMicooeuwatk'
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them ia & rkenratt the r aaor/ UU .eaiseasieu. _
. tndjuam UI, varies of *pec ** si fewte e .
: '. sod i *-* elt a4Ia.poitloiwhiek IIIpt" : : 7jTboc4it & 1L1ir -A
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: of more specifically I" aba ,
Modi U'eflbclfedpoiipoBiBr defining Tlwsassawioesp jd'p.d.d ', &
mositigtd ccottotoy, eta >ar hat.(afateaaimlioa eel suit iti'taabr vewa "1"
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law; (lie exercise af ibLiofCziyi tae rasJMiress al ths GOc..aS'.eStUS4i.T. : qte vh .
bl. ppropiiuoos not Immercmjired of relating. by d f(raetkn aid attack the wbiw setibmeals.'all lJ..J'

dt_ ruttbe". 1b1ic i wr- ride veopt dbcrctibn. ,has been. fill ,Ieasss'iam illtj.. IM.--.with ths..IpstI e\- seiL'to rtqatre thailkis b.d:skoeid.b*'aeUdwitbsvt die. c n.ltl't r.rp .....
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delay;;aad ta* Dspadtiborised aa-
'W'w r""? ctiiivj attencj i DcJ already .bmittPdJ'oCo jrrsi. ..1. .. 1 Lap '
alext wl tmrtrrhi af npaiahlls '
= to a rttts 'eit 1 : Ii
.d b7 I 'thO'huro *b1ivhs r.i7'eLa l 'I. iaibe ottce of. Collector. '.,' at one aesaiM tasjstara.siseami. .if seek .. I. Say.UftomA& t the aimous. for "' .t'Rq'.iut -. iiTtIi11'l11L C1
-., oYoar/piinclpal pOIbI brCgttt to light a ieari.S.ea: tksj sfeema; lfee frsfitseTtltosa ; pa d.i.
Ie..diO, Lac.cpI .trJbss wieh are eMfnmis ,M that%affbris "_ j;
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I ? itirv Air bIitrein4 tfee iateaofmorns ii1. ls4$1 .if Iiidiaii to that,a.u hemW nil of the.. flita1aiaiij I ..tkeslecos.t4 .
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mtibj tipod'bttVffi t. 1 Ti ItvsJioa that jesly the King fia ,clade4.4t Wuhaj My so, and goon to4Qrzxa k.h1the! SIM.II be the obligation vJiicli Jib* law and elections a't i ng notroop
Kj 4lnaH d4 -ttWQM' that fm! on tbeSSJ day oT-.twoary, y9! which ttow Siaie. 'IftFere -is to thme.asai ttMdcr il impose, l&pi wiwfplioa'k lhat those *S6havfconv Mirt'Iied teikrnan from I ti/e declare that '**i .* > s ,Jet eta knew itif uaDc !, 1OiO55 .urdbere, no waiter whence they r*n ,
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erricev viiccbfn vKlato tt HituK, to tbc -Tbo ffthbiun&r lict his Catbolic Mijty. came II e tia>e and nv1V1'T thspeOfao g d will giet b faithiem' the trust sjelejated to them.B Leon, (MrFt tI.) Ile'rygretted finl the ; But they wtX.gTeaIIIIIIJVIIILZ
is iorontfr d4a.-r'tias. of IH* loti0" did no! suit llie.refin* and have beyp tiie
: public inemts, fend thesinilime, pro- cede to lHfe37eite4hate4.by thiatratyhalLl>e n cur' t L. a-- V. tjfle Tj
tea the department front cofftbfatifoas and incorporated into the Union of the United State*, V Mr. Wrsicott faid, he agreed, fuHylUma jriih the pen- M- lo mak&aasuranccdoubty sure ed iPrencb li>te "of his TrfenuT from fxon. I t. 1idueur.

: X vnretftttabfeifeaHUuUii r ': as ooa as may bo consistent|,ywitfc Ui..puvisis"* froni Dade injlbo ip P' na adttd inVIhC AiuijUaralonduC&tc." V_ .\ -For kmwcW?b did not much admire French .hiding pl*e.<.-'-'iii tthba.ath
n original rtscJulit ns far t'* t. ty we lie ,
of Convention
n
of UM prioctpi a of the Federal Constitution and censing gentlemen, urder a rcoluti the ,
IitisditSJao,1D,1 bring* Jo TOOT admitted to the enjoyment 4.f all the privileges, sidued the quesIio'&c cxpediei Iwve beio e olcmnlj sworn in this hall, upon the fu>bion either in Revolutions or olbefrisc dins floajr thdrpick! *, **dparair

Doties certaji e&lg'ml l r wfc'ich have beVwt! 4 vnd establishing! tleStnte< ?of ploiBS'foilw'iilitirwlorrglrftpcnferdtatistion : Copel of,d,to perform their jlutica members, Ilk.icgisIatqcspc1aJI! pie d Ddkcowkdge escaped by op ri
recy Ttotccated ia ibis District,4n Jj&wVcn if rkef of tbir lodj; what snore do you desire If such ian brevity aDd Roroait plainness, to rarni ottbaIwnmp.
the tiW tf4|*Umtrdfitteton she relafkmof P-es.lvd4 Thai iho Issl rnroj for determining oJ'mi.Jj deciAd by the fottaJniw pWpfcHsM3l. ovtfLalming '- tie*as these cannot bind you, no vote no resolution i-bed circnm1o U i ini w117' peripliriwesorGr had numnetu

Messrs fltocktonttad Stoke of the State lILpOtioa. of i'Jocidal.was vary.imparleeUy hen the Querj 8joriij* t>fdMyr/JS i ifc1 jei 1817" tht you tall pasa,,wiU. 1 an opposed therefore, tu !- >efoff"MFbltni't*. HP wished tirfre tnt thewamp, but
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taken ;,and that in the opinion of.tl.i.a the Hccolntions the Gcntlciucn fron\ Dade mid
of Maryland, egtaBtfi* ZF tsuster Gen* lion, correct( reln'rna would have shown |? ttydj t i JlaiiMhe. U4st lo nvcrysuhitttUtCLhiStliP been ofTcrcd. V the ***< nrbpwed fo-liMi Uiiim., r fiut verbiage colored. UUp

er ,144 it anffieioai. r in.yisU''objcctitva) to Ute LI L Convention rc, Ij Bsrsatrrwatinflf are! thirdly, bv t'.e*elMrrWfnieverrterunty ionnSm,, |jj Sir, I have no rcoreahnenU lhi suljeet'wben or 'rxtrtni< ornament; He'thought da 'it. IuT [cli. th05inpL:

of. 7 o(Z NIetaL iTrrjuryf> for of oar Territory/ the jroo'nd of dcScieney innnmber I of Delegates; to this body in crnfo-mHy to the Law to-which I have referred, was past, 1 truth appealed more lovely and error more shall ncveitheli continue: t

tb b Government *. VV thil law. trasrirontpamtively small thought the itch prvaiatuC-I think so still. I hateful), when presented tO the mind'ii eye operations until 1 nut fully
: Mr. Bellamy, Jackson, said he was opposed proportion thought and still tl.hk it no, in relation tu Eat
L g PPKercoed lhecotajnoo of our population sin-lined to ihe measure 'undresscu onrlounced and tinfurlit lowed.' rrinaih in Georgia. 1
.eamfrqfr by none havg b
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., ? toi.ho original resolution, the substitute, snd the nnd Florida; fiji tin, as>urcdly, we were oat prcpaicdfot *
L Ir jvHtjpf tstajftfasnosv tuned by tbo amendment. It wa too late lo debaio,,about the some was high xt nan lime ground they Irn>kl onie give on op mother di$patntion, ;but on it curls a hjngi; but shall I oppose the whisper- He should vote against his own. and nil lie the swamp iote Lieut. C 4.

circuit court of ibis District, t duties of this Contention, and the policy and right this point. It was rei-adjidi'ata. There teas no ingvofliSa opinions lo the loudly exprcsn d voice resolutions before the Hotur. But he win preparing to c :abiob a 1tai of

V After argobf tWMasriacreseaaeaiaains length, of our adniiMion int > the UnionGenllcruen I ftp]>cal from the sovereign tribunal ly whose dofi.oitejadeement of the People? The popular will having been led the true grnond presented. He had come interior, to ,esclido tbWe lodian.
the President coadtLkaWhiterer I bad been sent hrre to act and carry oat the prcalroewure it had been Ihoi finely E*tiled and manifested in the most unequivocal tuanacr il wax into the Convention prepared toussist in mu have ducpvewf many small
before them it was too late to riuubl orlitnitato determi'ted. We had but one simpli duty to lime for individual opposition lo cnasc. When 1 pin*
diSereoe* opinion may rxiM tU now.as to tL ir p
lo tbsxxpeditbcy} of' vesting .urh a pow jury after being sworn sud bearing the evidence., for one, lie sa-d, lie would slot be fuccdinload.s* Court Appeals TsllahaKuce( to Augustine, I (for the people of Florida, and if we made n old lodinn eampsv. By UM sj aa. it

ctitatbfrjodieiary, in a'system of Govern doobt their right to sit in judgement over a cri. ration <.( (he question of the policy of fi rming a found several influential friends deprecating ins good one, be would go for it. und if nuts be that last i-umrner the wamp WiLoce

mont constituted like that of tbe Untied I mini! Sato Govtionicnl. Nonppreliensioi i Ml. Dural raid, that he came to the Convention or weight of any arguments that coiM be brought avoid any representation whatever, in ibis body.
States, all must a rreo'trwt these dutpatagicjdscrq with'straight forward purpose; he came hereto by those who rrigbt be in opp-witi-.n/U'terred him; The opinion | then gave !is that entertained by mo being considered In .lile ton State Govrrrlment. one of the ronicra ,of the wId-V

>ancieJiA\karawimdin'tn| admintstration do his hJuiblc part in aiding Florida lo take hot he regarded the qursnon ns bailed on tint now->( n our duty to tubmlt to t'it will o/ tie Peo Gentlemen who go beyond fin line complete Iabyrynthapdnayo.is-

of JuslkW os ht' notf'to'be' permit thai stand In Ih'e Confederacy which she was point,and it was not proper to dcl'ntcit. ple.East -who were in favor ntiarcby, uf revolo- gel Dre yet to be explored. Lwut.of M4
of entitled.! Some had intimated He said be believed also, that, the of Florida comes to assistance in this
lot to coattotfe; and cs 43c dicIoni'cat I fight? gentlemen treaty cession your lion, and rebellion-who were for establish the topo rapbiral engfne vrs,<
aoarhed
that a suppled want of population as exhibited (rave as Iho right of aJmi' ionin totho Nation work under disadvantageous circumstance; she n v
provide ikeW f/nhe'snVject 4tnn lvoid the deficient reXum made and she is ing a Slate Government, and they failed in fly command, and will *UtTCy$6i
by ,of the census as to j I Confederacy fo soon as wo hid formed and depressed suffering- bleeding at every $
ablf j thp Executire, would rxcludo her under con iitntional adopUd a republ.can constitution, aid be coclcnd- pore;and yet'ecreising a magnanimity and disinterestedness forcing themselves into the Union* of sol- and make map of it.Onnoftbe P'..

I 4'VAN.iBUREN prorisions.. Other gentlemen opposed to that Congress could not deny rur cqoctt without -of which, perhaps, as one of hcr'reprrscntalives ting up tu sovereign, free, and independent Indians shot by Lkgt'
|he mcanure, took different ground; ho was an I a moat sUabby violation of use plghtcd faith oflie I ought not to speak, but which may empire, and fisbting it out with Uncle Sam. RrviU's detachment was killed oa tbe'
advocate at euro of presenting our claim for ad nation. justly be ascribed lo her,sh has determined to aid
mission, in tbo hail* of Congrens. If gentlemen He thought a'sn oar right to La aJoitteJ was in you in effi-t ting your tbjret.admission into Uw could now carry out their views by voting and was a leader, fo deby
THE FEDRIDIAir. wen* with him in this measure, or if they were no wise dependant upon our having i population Union. And is it to be tolerntcd, that .tttcAr0ivri for his resolution. He hoped every gentleman bisdret*and rifle; the n .wasbrnjiy t
against him let them unmask themselves-let them I of 47,500, the present ratio of con riyutnal-| re. at this should be met hrrr, with V suspicion and reproach who wa* in favor annulling iheVommi3 t-tI. and might have been found, b dtbj

. TALLAHASSEE "FLORIDA: show hands. It U time for the advocates of a cutatiou. He heard it -tuttrted there rae home ? $ion* of all the federal o(fieri s m 'Florida troops nor pursued IheVothtri.V '
--*, ', Plato Government lo know who are thu friends provi>ion in Uic constitution of the UuiVd States The Reprrseatalives from the East be assured the
dethroning of V
of Florida. He did not hesitate to avow,that this requiring a new state.to have a specific number; of Sir, are now, and ever, prepared to perform llicir ; judge, unhinging A 'dettcbnrnt of my regiment krj
: 182i $. resolution was a lest: he ;rcfcrro to those intro-j population before adiniwioii; but he bad lot been duty to Ihcmrclvcs and to the People of Florida. society, and revolving all things inlo lbcir emerged from the swamp,'after tour

-- : '- --- ducid by the member from Dadc, lo the vubxlilule able to find it, nor bad he met vutli auy )e who Mr. Levy was'' opposed to the resolutions original elements, in order lo pitch cp a m w sencp. Most "f them are iurap, ii3ii*

ro' uoanee the Hon. offered by tho other gentleman, and hoped they could poiut it out to him. boi" of the piedelermiRfd he came here to do his duty but would f sovereignly with the scattered fragment, out shoes, and worn down wiih
CHARLES :DOfrM&CTtf a Craiiaaie for reIcctios woold roctive'llo support of the Conveulion.Mr. cppoucnls of a Stale Government, when ff w old for his resolutions. 'HP wanted shall! in XW *
.' "Woodward wax opposed lo the resolution, they IUVH ascertained there is no such r no tttt measure lo draw out hN opinions go lo return a day' or to CoVj ]
< exprtis provision
) as.Delefatf'to 'the n arnontinenttnnd! all In lott carlo. He was sorry resort lo implicatio The connection prematurely. When a Constitution ira*I know how we all stand; lo see who wa inock. *"

United States! Ift t j,differ from gentlemen* with whom on most matters from whieb any implied restriction can bo Deduced, drafttd, nnd pr scn'cd to the hotuche! ready lo join in the cry he had board elsewhere -
at the time of the eleclio. t : he'was proud to act, in whoso judgctucni,.sodpatriotism' is thu V of-d the Union '
rj as purely fancy as express prohibitior. Hoth would then exercise judgment and ;ln> -n we'll jolt Tex From the New Orleans *.
** V '..) he had the.fulkfcl confidence, but bo spring from unyielding hostility lo the chanpr. He dependence and if he llioujjit it a good as!" lint he also hoped that the friends ofgood Destruction of the Fortres of 8f.' Jtua 1
,
he knew one
thought hawk from hand-taw three
a a slid, although bo was not unwilling la distut ihi>
Orros.tio. LWeb.rve by tits Times fingers from two,and Lo could not but regard these two last qestionahe saw no, uecosity at U s time*e he would vote for il:; if. he thought jt pprnfeJous order-nil opposed to anarchy, who Ulloa in tew than four boon bji(_

that acting Govtrriof; Duval lias issued *t Proclaraalioo restitution as a fez?. Ho was oppcrcd to all lc U. for so doing. .He believed four-fifths of tic Dele- lo (be best Interests of lhe' people, lie |>relcreij moderate, lawfot, and legitrmatrincawrc French FrightTbe Foil of* T '

at 5t Jerb1mukiieoUi with tint of Go*. The prefttucc here ,of the Delegate from the East, gales entertained similar opinions to We |ie had for one would (bpposeF. He wouldnct believe '.f to obtain: admission into the blessed Crwz open to ommeree. -- si

Call, who 'return** M the Territory on the 7lhiiuu (upon whom thesd resolutions seem intended to avowed, hut ho had no wish lo cram ciiicr bin hat allusions had or could have Union, wouM, with him, vol, agninsl nil The French steam Vessel Mcffor Coa?
both in of last operate) was a sufficient guarantee of tLcir since, conclusions or his iils. In the uluipo any ? !
appearing papers Saturday.We argum tf rentItition tile mandanf Oarbotin. arrived here
been tinder rOfls'UCTSIIOP.Mr last
inndc
honorable propositions fei
lily ; of their cooperation in tho great work of doan the throat of r>nc who dicn.tedfrom by gentlemen against .
hope the acting governor does ewt intend to re- forming new State. Let us go on then and idem. He said both the any Delegates frtci Jef Kail Florida. Her course, in alf conditions Bellamy of Jackson said, he would in three days from Vera Cnrz, brrnpftpii'ch

more tbe Capital to SU Josepbbreau.s'ibeC.u.Tention draft inch a constitution as wo think u ill meet the ferson, (Col. Bellamy and Mr. Cabell) who led of in adversity hits bnn such fis was worthy of vot for the resolution of the gentleman from s i 'the French4Consul, whith "

U bud UteoPiet! op foriiiatsolf op* wishes and advance the interests of our constituents. f red substitutes for the original resolution) were her. He could not therefore conceive that Monroe, lithe thing was pressed; he snid if lain the following very interrstia tijeB?
position to the governor proper. If so are Would take If there arc tcy among us opposed to this unwavering supporters of the immediate orginixa- he bould! stand stone in the Convention genre: V .1
he V
5aid ,
occasion tws; ffgeftj Bt.Joseph rroelamalionba. corrected from the oppose it, and upon their heads let the responsibility gentleman disagreed with the former and with her disparagements she had always done would do it, since the afT.iir hid assumed the On the 27th November at imeo 'ft* V

issued Tallahassee further have be placed. Mr. W. said, a* favorable o* ho him, (Mr VV.) as to the conclusiveness of our right her duly he as one ufheriepre.entative', Bhnpe of mite3l, ft om whirh jenlIt-men might Freicb squadron, comprismgr fRe '$h *
one as -rclarns was to a State organization, ho did not wib lo lo demand admission upon sonic of tse! grounds had come here prrpart iVto do that heromln he supposed lo recoil. He for one, nas *ic' L'lphegenio, la Bandin, and twa Lomb ft*

\ been received since the departure s/IJU arlirg fntr drive or intimidate. He wanted to go on as a urged. Mr. W.raid he was talisfled that thejr ad* him in the formation! and adoption of a constitution tired, di'giisted with thw st.feof colonial set-, larked the foitre of Sf. Jairj dUlloa.
united people,
flap floating
from
nor, this citj. one over all heads and ntil Jiaairffeil on llin inflin nn'nt Tlinranrrcr rnu-L
fr vassalagp. He was unwilling lo hold .'and in the course i-f f ar boor &.
all hand locked togithcr; w these resolutions therefore he accorded wiLls the resolution ofltrrdby a new State. Theru may be longer <
Cot Joi.M. White has accepted the Invitation implied suspicion, ar.d were likely to cause any the highly repeeled gentleman from Dade, Mr. doubt as to our right admwion under the his properly nl the merry of the General charged SOCO (mils) ,and 30O b imfa- ilK

oflhseUiMRs ofApalachlcoTa lo a Public! Dinner, thing but tl.e harmony he so much desired, he W. said he regretted they had lecn offered. Opinion constitutional provisions and actf Con Government. He was independence on destroyed the worka and) &oried the He i1}]

which takes place this day. he should increased vote against the them,of believing that in doing so, clothed! in the public drtss which suited the gress, but that right is more clearly rrcoj principle and the monstrous claim ?et up br cans in the ri.iri:4.: V "

houto the pros eet a co-operation in this t aate of an individual delegate, much Ins argument ni-cd and defined under the oflS19 the Aborilioni'ts lo n certain class of wnth The Iphigenie rrrrivcd >60 balls-in her
io importarl had Treaty
The two political parlies IVnmjlvanU hare upon measure they come *,*hould not be sought to bo forced the ,
here tacnnnumale. upon with Ho felt era propelty, not in New York o'nly to which sides,yet ,she remained inmioveahle at her
carried mailers,in tb .,Lefislature to the extremes.At whole Conventionbut above allnot asa lest, under Spain. this much due to him
the recent, nwtJBf of that body'two House Mr. Ballzcll was opposed lo the resolutions, t terror denunciation for those u ho did.not vole dtlf. to the fiihjVct, lo his con titurnl.-*, hut tine peiitti-nian from I.eon, has been pleusd anchorage, and kept up her fire till the eati

of Represcntalires were organized., A mob sub. bound because lo he considered each them unnecessary, ho was for them, as opponent of a Stale Government. as be was not to be driven by the test vote to allude, but throughout the Northern uf tho ngajjem nf, which Lasted (nor botu
regard member this floor
sequentforced! iuto both bowses and adjourn much an advocate ol State Government on as if these a* Lei tttlt every one this enjoy Convention his own opinion Wo want lo n declaration of his opinion:*, he should Stales generally, rendered a prompt actionorf The French bad 33 men ditrabled, of whoa
no in but our act*. All others
ed then without caromon!. Tlie Militia of the re Solutions had been adopted in the affirmative. are worthless-mere wo.d.. But if a lit in demanded vote against the several icsolutions under the part of Ibe people of Fhvidn, rsscnthl live artjjdrad.Tbtt V V
County and tin Volunteers from Philadelphia! were The time for objection to thai meaxure had p.tscd. as necessary, ho fhould object that tlin revolutions discussion.Mr. to Ihi-ir spcuri'y. HP had repudiated in Alexicans lost from five to ib tundrrd -

ordered to Uari.burgIo restore order. The latest before Its expediency Man and should hive been duicturcd Hero not strong enough. They should Marvin of Monroenid he was happy th> very outset of ibis drscizsionf the right men, killed nod wounded.- V

accounts left the Philadelphia troops in posienion lire people.here They had alruidy il'-cult-d upon declare the determination cftho j people ol Florida lo hear it distinctly announced by the of Ibis Convention, lo question or talk about The three frigates and Iwo bonrb' esKb
-we were as their re >rcrcntaiivfs to gen-
of the SLate home( and about two thousand "ini- ito ut that will. U u too laic now| to hcmlate or doubt.carry to i ie into esiabliiih; execution a Slate, even Govcriiincnt denied adimnnion forthwith,into and putt the tlrmen who advocated the resolution- of the : expedience of forming a Stale Government anchored andei.tbe fire of Ac fsrt. wbirk-

note men" from Berks county in the ncujhboihood.Tbe \V have put our hands to the plough, and he for confederacy by Congress at the present sesioii.- Delegate from Dude, that It was intended asa ; it was enough for him that tile people wan protected by one hundr- .and ay

excitement grow out of the illegal return of one thouldnotlouk back. A |>ro|>cr n-pard for theutelvei Suspicions had been ei, re e>cd against IYI.leg3tec. tesl question. For himself, he livid no di- bid tvillrd; if. He wma; for jroing into the prece-H cfonlnanre. The port of VCM Cntti

the members from Philadelphia county. Serious for lh'e and who o inlcrerts and views they re- It I has l/een insinuated there arc uulvt* Irre in like \Infests, and was never afraid lo meet Union at on -e. Il" denied admixsion we i i. now opened to all nations. Tho otfcet

apprehensions entertained of bloodshed ere the prescuted they should, goon the and country not filter at large in ,the demanded performance that c lo heeps'the clothing, some of who Site j-rofe.t lobe favorable tlicm. But for the purpose of pa! < ing the sbou'd' set up for ourselves, join Texa, orlor ports ofSI-xico will remaam isbseofblnck
organization
a Gotcr.unrnt '
but
L difficulties ire settled. Particulars in our next. of l thtir labor Such being the duty, it was wrong who arc really hostile toll, and will *cck by ,left- lest upon what bo deemed the true -ind propositions -. himel individually would even jon ada until iulelb'gencc fr.'ai'tbtf

and illiberal to doubt tho sincerity of gentlemen h handed nirans to thwart its consummation. For before the bouse, another rc-olu- the independent cantons' of Switzprtind, ic..sliaU.amr

TBC Covi-iiiio-Ve hare leeched but one these resolution argued such doubt and beic\ing) his part he suspected no man. II' understood some lion vbirh bo thru read. [It was in suotftHifr rlrcr than longpr occupy onr prr nt por- to pcE.

!i mail fionv St. Jotepb, since our last, and are that they would U". .do. more harm than oodhc wooldVOt of the Enstern deleriti.Vi.werQ TrfefrrAtn ../ '.. ;,) tbe opltiuji of the Contention tion. Gentlemen had lnlk3 about deihro'ningjudgej *- GfWrIJKIQeOCV2A.k.Op ADO mo.nat ano
ill
.vacvHjBcvUy'winMnn. (TricefOTtlPe ao'Bg* of l>> Mr.g Long, until M now,could not trust himself lo aught the su be p3'tcd.knew or Whatever cared, he suspicion might uc might on the be Iwt rx-of it ia the tight nod the interest ot the people >, and otbi r high potentates and at \>ra Cruz.for the nmintenanre if"ptWi

'T CoentouexeeptwLatwe rcceh eJ by the Ti i es. reply to the arguments of ccituiu g iitlenicn; he e.'ted, his act would speak for themselves. He attributed of Florida to form and put into operation as powers, nsiflh.it was the greater' calamity order and innqnUiiy. The remainder sC

The editor states Unt but little adrancornent has felt surprised and iodigu ml at the object aud effect these diilroU more lo an urgcneroun and coon ns paclical le a Stale Government, tfral rwild bef-tll n free people, Ile represented the troops amounting to between 3 and 4000

been made in their deliberation The thirteen of the resolutions of the gentleman from Dude. i illiberal jealouy of the East, than to any course of, whether Congress admitted Florida into the H high minded and intcHi<>pnt penile men have been s 'nt away. General Bracoit
Committees bare all and much serious debaUag Th-y carried on their face avpicion and doubt. the Delegates! here. Ho held them to be
reported They nnjuct. Union or not..1 !\lr.\ M. then snid, his icsolulion their interest wa identified uith Florida": ba.mor ovrr, agreed that the relations
la TbYreport of the debates were proposed as a tot-an insulting test. l Ie sail he disliked these sort of suspicion,and was ,
expected. on The pretence hate ef the gentlemen from the Eatl. apt to believe those su eaprr to imbibe and foKlf presented the true tttt, and be d- sir end with her they must mk or swim. Hex tureen Vera Cruz anti the interior of the *nest evesUoit it is called we poblidi in thispaper I was the strongest ciidcm-e of their Miicenly, and them an prone to im-incenty and want of fidelity ed penttemrn to meet the question fairly, thfieforc went for Florida first ff Florida last, should be compkitcly reestaWxEedb
to the eseiosien of many ankles of interest afler being cio! >en by their cou litusnU and sent themselves. Florida rich No
It '
was a trite saying, "suspicion alwsys 1. and any- -Revolution or r.o Revolulion or wronp.Oo treaty bad .us yet been concfod
A report fa nfsintUsdtytbaltlM Contention has here to aid io the formation of a Slate Go ernment haunts the mind. Now he
guilty observed '
Nullifica'ioti motion Mr.
after or no Nollificalion. He hoped of McCanU of JeQVrson, though deputir bad bistn sent .!<> Mexico
adjoaraed to come fator day -ve are net dkposedlor.radii ; having sworn fdithfully lo do tlicir duties ha did not hesitate to say. if this Convention form the
U ber.to.ig'a tna'il will probably in this ciiiergeney, this sua'jiicioii was unwUe ed what in judgment was a pernicious Constitution gentlemen would stand sqtrare op to the committee rose, reported progress, and u-r the Accomplishment of iU pnrpn e> <

and illiberal U indirectly charged them with an ,he should hold it lo be his duly lo tote against mark.Mr. askfd to be duchargfd from the Amber consideration Farther Partkrtdar*.
inform us. intent lo commit perjury. Sir, no delegate on this i it, and lo oppose its being pot"nto operation, even \Ve-tcotl of Leon, snid he was not a of ihe resolutions 4"cfl"d the iiidcb'edio ,
We tttrcacoriao Reporle of:two Committee, floor can I ct.it.itc draw beck from work We am ibe en iin of ike Me
ran the were at the rk! of realizing these suspicions. But be very general ndmirrr of the French chsncter report was ai iced to in the Ilouje
lbs trfgWaliwe ad seeatite Departmeut .Then I a sent here to perform, without bring a traitor lo had no idea of such result. lie thought the Hue but he confessed he liked their 59, Nays 15.FROM. -Ayes tour, for the foUowinjrtatereslin; dVtaiTs iff,
sdi that Oetemor shafl id his fellow citizen If he had entertained doubts a* nail *nal politeness l the '
repod1ff tbe rep fire was gelling on very harmoniounly-thai there was repeeting expedition and the affack
jeati Jtttav Tarritorytfefere be ia ellif>6e! anhaA111V4l4uf I to the poTcy,yr been holile a Stale organixtlion, uo cause for ap'rchen'ion squabble or nrangleno ; their admixture of the tuaciirr m on the fortress of SarVJiiari i-ale tJJoa. sp
the doubts should have been expressed nod the objections ground for evil forebodings. Why then throw mode with \\efortittr in re; their practice ofsaying THE OKEFJNOKEE. V
After V
aliens* of tire and the 'arrival of dfrurni
years may urged before the it in Iain : Uduilin nf
people too
; now. the
fire-Irands cf
distrust
U f-sM4e4 a second term. The, Senate and I Our duty.Mlo carry'out the wishes of the people by into it? isuth and upicion at the out- unplcoMtntthings in so a soft way. Hr The Pillowing in a copy of a letter from the coast ofMesiro.commanjetewas MKlWoy. efiba
jet could do oo :
e'ourro no gnod. If it Gen.
Booavtf jtepreaebUircat ,be>lecteal for a term drafting the best Conli uL'on: in our power andprcsfciiiing was doircdto commit members, he answered, the thought Ibe resolution of hi* friend from Floyd, addressed (o a gentleman in Savannnh rfespdtcBMflo 'tfwrrtVof

; ef tsrft years.<;T e ehd.bj.th; people ader a iLW, Congr ns iu a uiodo and manner could not ha more solemnly committed lo do lljcir Monroe somewhat rougb; il had been hewn published in the Georgian of Tuesday Jfexico, to' make: known l lo tbeg'' r ? *< !<.!t
most likely to ensure immediate incorporation into duty than they were their cut with n broad axa-he thoroughly ; last, wbfch gives the latent erpme
ra-ika1-oIeiiIn; thaBlkt t.tandt .U moaths the by taking scats in tbi approved intelligence the ultimatum of France. A fewc ajfcri
National!
is s other Confederacy. This was what became House,and the oath which had been administ 4 of its principles, but should like jt planeddown' of bis movements in ana around the Okefinokcc he returned wilhbot V V Isj |
unty. I here
ue..aaa.y provsenswbich.v. lo do, and tie trusted eveiy other gentleman Was it supposed il would have a "beneficial eff bruigin ;bny mr ctory
1jvect : te,; was actuated by the same motives. At least, fie beyond Uiese walls? If so LoTiad no cbjection t.Ji smoothed, polished, and pcrbp? v&rrtislied : replyi The'nezt'' morning a Iefler\was"i l'

.' would notas )ihougkl these, resolutions did, declaration of our opinions in a manner to sati fy. a'liitle. and be thought, bo f aid, he TnAntzu HILL, Dec. 5, 1833.V cctved TawbkbMr. Bandia wai 5 reqoifai i J-rv i la i

doubt their abe-trily .without further and much public curiosity, although he thought to wait for could swallow it twiihoul grumbling. He I commenced operation from Cox's Hummock repkto Jalapn, 'to tif at with ifce ;
clearer
cudlcncc Jje sltould. rote_ agaioslall tLc reso.titns. the rtiidl of our labors tome ten was by no moans shocked the eovoy
days or a fortnight, at word 'Re Iho
; l lV : V" on weal side of the Okefinukeoa *-, the subject and to sead a
; .*rnr day hit.o; -Mr.* Iirn4l'trjliedLe' dissented;.from the doctrine would bo quite as well, Ho repealed,ho regarded volution/ was a very' harmless worrl. ami 'the 23d November with three small de- force that Mcxico Tcbr away nar nnnr part fih.ChI.\
aai as uie muSt
certain a&o
; dai.Mfai1b aataaationts of ibe'f entUman who last <*poke7 b. intend of the views and filings of Delegates.tausiactory He avidonca thoneht he bad no hettilalioo n adopting, it, and ;in lachrnects on foot; one led by Lieutenant compelled to field to'violence: 'Tbeadaf "N\

WLM'sth1rtiteri or ed to eaU no imputation upon fvnU.Biei) who differed no dtclaratijn? at this time was necessary-> dcclarating was in favor of Revolution% Col. Revill, one by Capt. Laiisetbr, andjhaqthvr ral contented Id-the J fJrsl cooiljjjoo 'bu 're
*iifliI1' *sm I from Itiu, Icatl pf U did 4*.insinuate ferjyry should be called onto decide all the questions .o;. Florida; but no (error should) be excited. by myeLtatthe .tiipe heft Iwo 'i1-teii Wcond.*, ,,
of C WMsiJa,bj the ii I against any honorable tnvml craof that body.i,What gested before tho Conception *boujdrl e'aniljij; Jttrrn efliI'tawfularmd.' littltionnl small snrne ruSedpsiiTe1Y1o! ,, HV
con
s ir; are'wsto be toldthat ticauso'tlie hadelected parties of mounted riflemen outside (he tbeve.ore oo'k i ad
Wul4ngt.eos tb.ttd diiFebtu j 18l.bc: people thought bcrt folio< ,proceed preroatarely,.. .IA; 'Mo 'dle 'revolution. dparlore. p uIut4Vera
. i1eiit i. ) Delegates t to the C rventinfi, iIai therefore however, it was,devided to make aa expression of ** Nothing but in1'sIilitb swamp to intercept ,enemy in cae 1they
sot AMCkte 1ft aESii aBttcW'if amidtreaty ofeesslep,V the pereone so elected weroi Wound to Vote- for and opinion, now, w lR A .viow, that the:Acclamation sited.; Pep: might be wielded! ; attempted to escape frniri the 'Jfltertor5 aqd Cri' V i. 'tak tt.p '-V

tldkbl bJii advuatp s2latsfurss of government, er be taunt bould.Lo in a force,fO IikldTS undivided support,ha but,pois Avnl (drawn! Tbe thunder uf the had. one company of infantry ported at r z'' .j. V V ,e
; )s 'h e1 with 3ht cbvgeuf perjuryt 1.ehaduid.no should offer in lieu of the original,and also thaplliorpropofitinn pnlftlemtl'oiatnr'might'hi heard but not a FJoyd'swIand |rccei\c them if r'iM reup, Ve1 4th 'j:;
-. &u flt Qi? th Uuipnof the a uth Ihlngaiid :epeledthe isiiinuationap ground *, the following V 3 ..- cann6ri"ij ouW be fire3. ? 1'htt'lnere' words many Attempted ha4rxfpte4aU
U less tbd illiberal. Gentlemen are sent here lo t<> occupy lhat place. The V Jw '
lneyb.cos1teRt4tbt4 I speak Resolved, That obedience to jU* jfl will dcjacjirnentii WA 1c
ch1taf:& 1d adrnlttadtitfd&Kfei I sbr.tbe parU, aaivell as the whole of this Territory, of the people of Florida demands of Convention express c.uld rixnj e conluxcd ,up, a j 'A faw head! selecled topenetrate too swamp efltercd ff* : f KW"
aod .Wieponstitwenls of /nembr and bloody ,fi bfH&M"/ o *49\ 'sfhocJe., a'
; 'a I any en this floor the devising and,adoption of the nostecen1, oer- o'aeare.the friends at'di0erfnt pointt.several mil
1tth. I behcve t In DnIitM..n4r4Jqoua. Florida' at JbiUme < speedy, and proper measures for She formation and of Stale Government from Iheir'courje.' He Cap;) Lasseter s apart; 'yyr-&tew3pw*
A tkw I to seel admUaion into the Unio n, he foeone, ratablwlimcnt of an indoptndeut Stats Qoernsnuut did not regard'thd'/ihrjliration of the E: t.t-'C"oC took.a'dirDCttorvoboutTi] r. "yp MjK* ts10. V
: Jpbtttueullififafion
would never that member ttbfuhiy.re.prUsgthehtuiakes BeviK'a E.'oq'arj old
for
censure /Qdciu
ta forJho peoplo of Florida, and, the form alioi> and \ ; -* m V ctW2tk>5tomt.FMr iKi4Wt
t as IraJ ** r
i. It rs a' new*and it aP r9prj'aV1 ii 1t ; tt1qd mir4e.S. On thn
range ndoplio ofa Bill of RigUts and tCocaUtutioq. fpr. second fit* marpb jto >iV4 )
V. -i .
: wI 1 hIURI ," ; docUtaVtiivUal.vary men here ts bodud'to 'advoea4e tin fame, and allnwJful measures preparatory (Icriooid1bo mea'olnjj) ibqSerm1.uliicI I--was ovuriftltrn by f o Jrr WT vfy*

tbs. V ksjd1d a Utf.poTantu eai bocaoM bs has sworn rio; the flduiisaioa Florida inlp Ibe a'aonal ..CoaTsaaney. coofessed be wMnnolcertaio,)ittrimnce n dint v a party' of Indian* ; ag*.expiessjiuTorroinr bad me wy& *&si.jk&w}** $!>$* 9**&
.to dfo his.do y sswi) bcf wf.lLU,.C"n"euUwj, ." V l atUcKedfourua e1tVp l*
: *
la1 vNt4df .o
., gtt MUntoft Tu
HoWcse jc-jt g cj ii-3 V '? ihtcn1oI'afF&rt't ItTte9 traveller < *> >.U
' gtotlenwn karrjr out tlieir iiou7 Were 90.tba\Varvb9fQ
po i
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Rne1ve4t.'Tht *' < V Jill-.l
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Fkrha6 inJ < CO3tJ1tt
f -iJ
: S tbe'mlnSniy the Virginia Convention on tirta upon tb. *d.ptiOa of'at Republican,Comu'lutioa ; (about mUe&fzDnt: al,100.north es4 i ime. of t
,
ptkR m ibe FedMkl Coinrtitutlonf( perjurefl' be. and establishment of the State Government wo&la favor of jbo. feiolution ?:?. &rrL 9ro.t FI7dJonp1v
Vf'__ __ __ *f >c* i.r voted agiwsti that ,Cii Utntion; H'nttttnbavof ;** if.rigI, an4hs1! forthwith-claiia, are admission entitled hut bo .l, bjb V

4tth ful I'aick snd.1ouentyojce U..rj par1ursav ngLin4i Ii. *qe4 ip9U, into Uio Rational Confederacy, aa a WTcrcyju wizdt1d'iv1' ppnscd to th&vbbti to iti1cojt ttdred teamboaU ai far as the 'iu134Zc VOL *
II s tdpIj 1.Aa (Iet\\ us e
I boso&mWe delegate t.ostuptd tue that t1 i4e si i tVa H-l VjMre t ?. ? i'eJq\4 .lwbthb tba.t ildreIb.y

II tha'VSrfrnla Cbnveiilfoif* wer.'rbotw < VVintatrJ.lhesvords quoted in ihe'SrH-re- % q .VJqi;: IUCJI1U Ji4hatiLtna
T m
: _ti o CaoUema/a, ryfkt-. owv .J> (me H Iq JasinuaUW cahlie1tbis Lssweniionsi4 Vsn.r rossseqnncoajle $ !
1flThcn14'Tfl
*
*
bell of its J'rnffipbJqc.rI ( 5 WtI (guItUnIJ.
eonvncalioruoHeJiid
Ibi I99 Z'y&tfmXX1Pfrll9&# .her.greted the I-!. --.,, for.my,bclnseL. 1fl.10110wc -.
high utile council* who had fought) for pu .sqni.pio1&rLTdiifra .< s ars oi4ieptHbunenjWi vel ; eaJan discus, allJlAtWtffSSlS lriitfeife I r* wwcy.
haltW'roand thcW '. lion of thftmeiiii of..tbo .igiaaInsolationoe14 I went en boerd..fI&k1aabt
L11I4.h V and be 9W4laLqj! sLt4it #P !?i mats o/. rVilJ of trie n
$ t4 bi1g4et th deysiAtthi1mTo. them a $ nddsitaisi rlI2IyrV1IIir) ib 4)seJ,3JU44)f ; *H.rM1 *
the $
tti1.t4r. Oou t,7.ur.eau.S faiusaIqo f.&f.&iigmn1sqipior$ 514 : J$2uS $ fcKd Uo .inEwMi'ph..fiai
vt ,MRIti people j but fceW lr| Uh mWiheld naJOn hoy7kLlhbi3 ltlbJf .
V _tthqai t a tZ'V1 ,iC i5! & & ty b '>wlt< w act oftbs N1W L.egialstive.coeiyIMoba1:4tMJx. terhe udIr1.fM sesfthe I w.'I' BeffeVWdVhnaV'&dffUjV( Ib a5tbjfftiiibaid: tatbnvi

,'M*.* niIrmnon* .a1r4Mw1,1.4vrr. ., _.ru1eet* ofso. m.tcn. lmpr..?.', : uW,1f mm P1I. Lirur tlnjhqaisrdejiin CcKiaerUJo/feil i wiUi. 4h< Iadi caxtmesctVl&V
1 IaMIu A --- .J t y.j< oestts4 tiao.tj i iIbst.D.hps.ifr.m 9fl4(1coae.intdthe tber thItdsitIk ;

I ( *ioa.iia 4tq
&tt K .TIl* I aure I.cdf4* t* oti1& e4iickM3 ofe4sjaew rs4tLobpa$ jCCUnOreiik7siListtshwd'by suiteuiatatBce a/iesKaptt.'p'urfatt And
*uhrotna hfctag1
I the : .,tintaiin dttkiVlb.d&st.;bitt (sva ) thby'# soit d acorircd LietJt
I rib irtbe ppthi&Itn.. ifes4F'Iopilatmr e o I,Im Md kw' by tbos4dtafthMm !: ) CDLvRawirpviriyjiatm- ttTrIn1t
t&
I IL pie Jtby Idag eM1uJ&an ,iajeeri: ( ,, t !ILWbPS.inouiabenCtlsiusiaust a njarfibj/icade_; ;f)h tfaei& <4t r crvvrtatrftiV ,.1a,
iih
t *iVlanth.ispiei.ns thatksdeo fromael4cb thick Li

htUn'o.4ad lVloU14e Qthb sts.ki auvft (were iprorlLQf dL .4vaqct ptrd1 *Utirt about fl'CrkaIe'3
$sstiInth fth. s* rl w.iypces.lves .
(
JIoOI oeiwm $ auo 5
with their rifle
&-. : ?mbsbUL4fT.etd t1mI1bi
Iam.-i'o w n* i1dok V
JVkW&4P

**______________________ a1t$ .fprmti.ateCi e&hsat4tfl4* 4lldfldeIL1I, Ihs.brodpopobWbn1haj I1.ridid' rlherata'idi' $41* rstr1icdetd- % acemp4I i VSlb.t
f flj .( b t
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_' Inms &i.ai4 irn,.

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*i1h4lMIkrn.t..hty .:.3fc 1g,
btdprpsj. \\w ;
I Lane.. 1ajttcroti1b &,

VV 1rbe rett were lyhi down behind rooj. _

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) dismoutHed J tattered _- I I "1
bring entirely an to -- --- 'SS .5 ic
pieces. |(5"'C"tock'he'tn..or'ha Mexicans P..Kew lTe>rk. ;.u.t- i J't 1 ,. -5 "S '.
-5.
were'nearfjr'silenced. vTTie A -HE fasdailinf Brig MARSHAL NE'"taI.) WISB c W bIetfliat PUMhWa"raWlratt'I..d II'1Ib, _'N L., : : .V .O aa _. -a-i.- --
the bet master;.vIne taost of hsr caxj w rs-s- 'o.J : .__ 5-
Wfate La Gloria% was tea removed ill Tor oI1'an.lttlT1 ,. DUeeno.noaaamle _- ._ .- S -
ikeir Banl ; w .sail Viib dispsteh. frsigbt or passage .1. t- ;
bjr.'lae>attain out\U a <.* The fire or the the irst I' good aeeomtnodstion, eaqmre of road contiudQ; 640 aeree.\ibere Awards'of ''WHEREAS dietla.vu .", ,n- S : -

two other eootinoexlntij nihI fall." 1t'' rectora(br ? S WM. MCNAUGHT 8U Harks. 4oa. crMcJraredallwnUa the. last Ire and most Sib day .f October l83sVW la*' 1a1.? ,
ia the last t"W three I can whb:cainksr tithe t..atee TDe-
years Vgstea S *fey t-
19-tf. Mtvas k
15. I
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was then kept tip oWf by the bom! vc* es. Dec.S 82 f., t hit for fTtiiitf Qfpo4jbilagotzrih rboco-I legs to,the UooWaf BejwcseBtatireev,.t" i

Just .as'llf frigate jLdnurml wa. about to *et FOR BOSTON. Ute) bean >|f"i&ti1IiODt gssu of waaer."uc1 .New.U ( .c.t.IAT., a. IIp&k
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gail* s canoe approached from the fortress, '' 'IlIEgwidBri? AL'iKNUS, So( s"p;rioiilyjr .ieir in iiXv[;jn tlr.it ia *rpa- edLeon apfesr r turn .be I.MrUPU1 !. 1? S : ; L

and demanded a mice, that the dead nnd the tied: ,.\Jullhr.win hue q3iek dmpatch no plnnluperior R' county, I hj fine:s are and.tlr received bj atej I at etliitrsbjpr4El -5- JUsi ?J1 "t -4EALERI
For deck fn ishi.or- only oppty: an clatotsass-1ernos liberal _
pwage &be dimwits
wounded who weie buried under the mirw fhrauch1&11 S "" r.u..ter is4avdpaJe..4 .
IU. 1 )OuN TAYLOR.
"batrd IA :
Caiitain o or From the .WeelvaJm4ieielmm DW8IOj .
might; be withdrawn. ,The admir.il replied Y .' BE1TON. 4- FJ8HCRIMS I .TQ.?te ',0. ; !I ._ D. Wright.George Wal e ."!OearPA. 5 .
bathe culd not bat that he next,&iuJ"- "" i d :r ,i I
grant a-trace .. ; TEiHorse RD-" : rt. i.Vow tbr_ide Judicial Di.trkl, w.

would H d a strflmon' to cap'tulate, and no ritory;(>ibis G FOR NETflEsupurior \ YORK .'..-A boat 3f day since; -1 lUit'r PT : ** ,''WiIIi'n..U! .JeWel A Bertbelot; t S S, -- .-

that if ir were not signed \i'1 six o'clock A. Jo /. Te-riiory Barquo GCNTLC- iiure, jout 5 years old. no part'CuUr! I and .. H..Papeat; .. ife*) EeeSeta..uaVeial tb.31 pa .- -
DistriciJoh.Wuros.WjIIiaa J.Jtdte adkai'ab .
( tie 28lb he would recommence his attack yetr *'he WAN Woodward, master. IIavinpartofber ; mark. CHARLES BECKSTAN, I a.:5 -
D. Han and trow the Soother*) JeaVis
UeI-3t One mile Wc. of Tallah. ; S :
C will be J t ce.EXPAllTli -
re:a ready s-
oa the rctrt.nd *rtjr.' The lenn of sarren- and cargo .D DUtriet W.HiafB Hanrki. \ and_t, fbi Bvwse oTRe-' .1 I
break of for the abo'e port without de ay. Fir \ ...
'der were accepted, and at tbe. dny Wssl-ers. pr.sentatives'towit: -_ fif

Ian thi 2tt.-,(the sqtndron, Wrrft sent to '., apply o-rms to Leon County couit From the County olE-cambia Tho M. BI.nt' mill,az i' ,. -..

carry offtbc of lbS garrison. The *urgroneoftbedijfcmrt HOLT & MILLER. and E. L. Drake. day fcI1owieg ib'hfdyha.ssec J
rent
OTI'E is ten .
$ ] bygit-ciinr the film; nf said From the of wag; =- 5 5 -v 1se
resitls mere likewise I : ,. Mafci, Dee. It, '*. SOtf 1" I'etit.n: f.rdo\reri.i the sate of John J. Cosuity WaalwKftonTabor. 'TwErrY.TII UE ;- A

f ent tn attend wotinded of the encntjr TIlE A.ianilec.; au< that tbe .".une 'II i'l !110 heard and ,.
FOR BOSTON. Daniel McLeW. .
From lbs el Walton -
County
detennmett at IK next March Tcrm uf said Court -vDTi i-rJ rn
who were *ubfrqu" nlljr rwauvcd to Yra and
sent r-g r IHEnohstintial? Schooner LAURA according to Ll.NnVeiblicr2LlI33S.. From the Couaty ,.1 Franklm Hiram Manly. < !' Z
Cruz. ihroo hthis From tbe County .r CalLous, E.J. Wood. aqr an -.Ii. 1M tt1.
In tbi action which was continued two eJ 10 the NIC J. K : Allen maMrr burden Fur 92 IC-t From ILe Conwiy of Jaeksoo William B. J'.,- field w.rk. T nns aaads aTaarv* 1s441.q(. .
tons will have quick despatch. For Sale. By.rderoth.Adaluidrator.I- a* fife < ,

hours and a.liilfby two of the frigates nnd One or the deck freight or passage enquire of the Allandiom/ligbt CARRIAGE. It cin be are mg and J. Brett.Fronfthe of Leon, J. 'W. Bennerntse. raUalau.e,DT1- a*"* ., -;

(our by ih<9 third, cijht thousand ball and present BETTON & FISHER.FOrt Barooi.1 .
Lund.d.nd bombs throw the afljir of e.A)5otvo MKDIOAL.NOTIC& '
three twenty wore UttT.I. ; k.
into the forties- On the Krem h aide 5 rm n LIVERPOOL, 5 nL tbi."ftk) fin-iDRJUGHT IIOR3ES.-Enquire From the County of Madison, EliJia 'Sumber- CII *1FT,1IPe M3iS. i
5
TilE Ship Geneva J. Hal. nwster, 18Sit1tlt.EtLlL land. 55- D& ..W,
were killed, one of whom was a mid-hif'mau, 1\h>nl *r.ctad. _
willbrf rea. receive c 'C*> tat of ; .MJTJCt; S From the ofimHt. William M. E
fylrt Connly n.. At ohk, at vU am tIi.EIrtpaburgb5
of whom
irl wounded
and .
t )- .an.'C two were Office ," : November.' For ft eight Apply to THE vnb-oker having been duty appointed Reed. S bnufcnluid Tartt;)ki f If

officers. ROBERT LYON. i..er..r the Court of Cuancery, Leon From die Connty of ColumbIa James*Ne t.ratk. at iill'c"rlcE.fLO:".eo3t7 c... 5- iH

The Mexicans bate suffered imnens-iy! NOTICE i \. .October *7il,, lti38. 12 Coi'Dty.AJiiIdleDin rict of Florid.i. in the case ol From the County of Alacboa. 'ArtnibaldMcNciiL of mtklnglt i tabMfrr' aMeac j1J;:'
the captaicTof be Mctcorc'with hum no Mary Center JlmiuisTatnx of ff.n. Center va lea eri.&JftfeMi.'I..ie..b b ;
conferred of at the Depot FOR NEW YOKK. John B. Ke'nnele.y gives notice to al person From the Couuj of N.i
gave tua touching description 'transferred UIj N'.mr.d,J.Smith.ir,muter, it ready indebted to Xl..Ia.c firm of Center und Keen onN.iicTBjnil.Dp From the Coun y of Duval, S. L. Barrett and Surterynd'iVbvP.. & 1 ; % .. "I S d
Ibo carnage. -The shorn Will covered with vided they to rek Acco'Jnt or oilierwne.lh.it they Gabriel Prieal. O&ea\.r. ,- 1. 0.\, "

the dead Rod dJ ill and the piteous cries of re 'tiptat the : to the Planer on board or to R. LYON, are nquircV lo make immediate payireiu to theubicrierrnlyaItd F_the County of Si,Jolia'*-, i:.'J. JnctiaudE.R.Ooutd. Novein1er 3"tt- !t5Uos: atflaJ 5A&1ITZ1

tbe latter were board amid JIU the did and i increased m 10.-14-If Tallahm-e. .- notice -isal-. "..gi\en-to. at.pers .. 5 *" T* -
b prepared 5 -ns WD. nn now, or was at the lime or the tieaia From the County of Mosquito.William IL_W3iaiae. -
tumuli of lite u e. cotton c.}.i FOR NEW YOKK. of v\'. Ccrter in pnsscsiiioii: of any g-wV, ware, .

The French vessels still conlinne crtiirr I so pri-pored -IIE Brig BIORDIENO. Chase irerchnndtr, notes,bonds, Ixrk.i ofaceonnr or any From the Couaty of Djde S Ricfiard*S Pitzrairick. 5

in the neighborhood of the rout otMeko1 inn at the D ,, masts r. For freight or otwage other pro'-eity: whatsoever. beongin! otS>e said From the County of Monroe,Joeeph B. Uruwnet ing bought oat IosstIN a1cb..ibuSdGttbs.Ea.

to prevent the entrance of vessels in any other -I I By order i,f : 'Plly to he iiJAiter at St. Marks,or to I 5rm, ttixtliey fitribwith deliver tlm same t.> the Fruui the County of Gadsdeu Win. U. UcCali u. of..GerapdiBx-aseWifipectfeJlr inform their.

thun that of, Vera Cruz.WI Lyi-D. nnders:gnl, in obedience o the ordr of Court.HILLL7RD. and (hiaacFurgereu.L :.1' fr Mtil MMa4ii '
port D c cH. 24th. :. 16-tf- ,\VJ. 5 For the County ef Jefforson, Albert J.- D tJer, :eust.l.eE; ..pqct -
are told th it the English consul! had FOR Ith' kURK ; Der. r. JJ3n-J8 rtj.iVtt: y ...Retriver. and Elias B. Blackburn.v *, '** Je reffi* ." attfce-w MJttlka 111R* r'Idstead.

icquested admiral Daudin to uparc bw boueif IN,JUST1C&I '- 5 5 _SS.*.- gj| A eastr th.ssW ,
: .a
TT\lir.CH A THE Brig WACDLLA7 J. I H. Ra- rcOUitT.7 Given under Land.at UtejCil/ f llaliaseec, Thy
he.atuckexl the cii i,. The admiral promised 4i euts bone, mail<-r.-IU MI! O the above Mapnola 'Diatrurt Lcei" CounrrJ, .' Ia- -.latn: this, 12tii my day of December, 1 ii the JMI.u(**t oI'MibK' p. 1J1. u put $ .

i cbaerrc hi.' rep. st. Bjr 'a curiuu Ioiin.t that purl on the. lOb inal. For freight ur for50,i i.iioJ December, 1833TAJ Lord one thousand eighv hundred aad thirty .-1 tb.sasco-sswbeaWd..L fafOI8 -
igH Hall tA.'Bdw td SeisasTRetnrcable Ute G-r.AJI vtkiegltfb4Ww. .ith
nioiBanlc: fo' having ,1.-I&did .cc ulmoc'- ; ': ,
the bombthatrced the -IUtlge. and of the United
the
fatnhty only town eight Iw'rffence'or M. wifl h feuad ala. XsiafcUstaMttf.
iOI.rest duj I7jianoary 18t&tn, Juedre ByrJs! Brvani at -
fell and exploded near. .the,dwelling of this aiiptv. to the Certain,nr toHOLT Court. States the siitv.tbrdJrtli> .a..If...c&1.1 .'\'fT"JOB'IIJ 8R1"AJIIJ',

functionary, carrying away a portion of lh" f'e4. 17 & MILLER :I TVlHEdrfendanU I" and all oilier Tuteresled in 5 a"y..hio.r ?t "I J.I IC" rSJJ7Z.a4Noveeib.rI7ibI. ii
rooC -- !:. Mark. Dec. I. 1838. 2w I. JL sail ease, wifl take notice of the institution 5Admwia1ru41ufl notice. I' I"1..' .f t tf"

Administrator's Notice, of the ar>re suit by attachment and are rcqiireJlo HAVING taking Awt letters of a4o/oicra-i>n 4. U1sJLUrlO-' _.' .. .
6 S-- is Parish < appear and i.lcad to the same according to law. of S irouel Y. Coofc,d<.and hjvin .HEtli Co.partMnhi1iEreak1dai1tund.rU
indebted June L.
THIS LI4 to e.
OKOWNEU.-Oil liisi ,agclrorobi.to J pcnooi D.IT C. Wfls att -
I'aa upI : m
n. AIIIGAH HALL, ;appointed my ( linn of tI.Er and QORjKiN is
Su Mark*, (whfyuer lie n tJ b en with Inn r..m'- I shall! a;>j>ly '! ceased I Kite: /etftrson{{ ccnntare bere'-y ut TaII.hrsee, D c.5.1831.. Pla'n.ijT. in fact,' all reins': hiving claims against: ibisda7d2osuewHI-.iiI, io----AIlMaess
lyle ri,it M a wtk relive) Mr. UANCEJV.COLEMAN Leon for upon to make.immediate paymtn; to the lR-. SS estate, id rreeallhe.dUll1tlJentirl1ted! wubTn .1'.wdrla .' sssftF&I bW4 $aItAl'wb
Printer in the 25 h of 'Lu ,and all peraorts to whom the Sad de'cii'd the and the Jn-JebtetlNr .
year age.MrColemnn fI:irs of Asa lime pre.ti'ed by law, 'lLKssenufceimme'iJteAvrflpnt. h saufcsaJasVI tsfsstiKNo n.u'wz
ha* be nliiQ<; and favorably l kn.wn indebted, cither ay open accounu, note or Marsha Sale. t ; aMy

to the citzeus: of raIal! .oas a young man of D'e'g.22.11 ) -'mJlI',will present the same t,rop ily vortctftd By ii'tno of a writ.of.fieri f*.a*. isard out cf ,CAROLINE S. COOK, a hn'I%. -$ :*1 1838-tf.ctM.. I. ..aA&a.80'...,.
iiaJoubteJ rb iracier vat l itlcmau'y! taaring.Hjh ihose iiiile'jtcd neglect' to tett'e within a fhe Superior C Mirt oi f Leon County,tie Pc. I. >&' 18-6W ,
TRAY >!e tune, they will find their in ihi Mddlea: Dul.ict of RitbunlL 4 P.-&,Tbe bueieese wiil" ";t"eclllle"taocl.we
.lf. adi- r risoli e "'J-loW' and u nuacso.rirce J ptpen Florida: whorcin .
offri D' t>deplore hi, .lo u. O Kiout l I of proper officers, as the itubtci i ib ;
MULE with to "(tie the eclat'at as early a d oy us pos. der'FviwyDaval.&.,ai.tntot f fi. 8. Petb'es SIX Weeks' eJUr date;I shall! apply lo the Jleo. >: W. P. aM .
IS-.. --- -. : Judge of fbe County Court of Leon Coiiri -. J t.'i
isdefatdaii
---- -"SIIIPKEWS. "- m irks MARTINPALMER, AdnvnmW! .1 hate levied upon, and stall sell at IEJJi
183. -31 Public Sale Iy l r l it ryoCodiaIulstration, 09dJ e1I'tr u
yen for hit on FriJa). ibe 4th day of Januarynext mIIEr- ss.UJet
Port of St. Mark information, ihe following D.rue.to wit: Cassar, aged David B.: M iConib, d*eea*>ed,
Arrived.Brig ELECTION NOTICE. abou2 or 2'J ).us' Charlotte: aced about 16 in liehalfof UAita Stales Aiwcrk-a-.ad;e- 1 _vthiadaj a >.. J
N ELECTION f. Intendtnt and \Vardens
> deresmd.
r creditor of said .
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m ni ,
1r..je.'iAID s, N.O mdz to a. mliira.B.uTiiioleon Doc. 2I!, for the City AfTalialia,for the year 1839, years; RO'1nlla.lIgpd out 40. and her child Ste. Nov !4 SAIL S.SinLEf'J- ;AUf -.. suau,' 4c..".*.

Claik. N Y nvlz losundiiex, .U' >e he'd! in tile City of Tallahatsc,on the fret I'hii, nbotit 10 monihs old. I. an rtqaestAl{O stttaaibsjsa arfab O; GGergeM2fc -.,Ji.
S br. BunkerliiU Col Own, UaJi, nuir! to tun.d ill Jan hex rdwin ./. G.Tillin Lued upon HS the property of doe sakl S. S Notice. ,J. .,.w* ';&-,'-'
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HE nary Petble, and to be SOld! l runt of the ConrUioused'Kr .. ..We'
.tes.Fcir.. 1' C&. Hn h T. Kisl.er, arid Tilw.in! J. French in irons the subscriber cd..the.. 'B '
STRAYED
YJ t ry Itchy, D.iLim.'e, Stares to J. F. o Man 'gerlorde election. between legal noun' to itiry Mid ezecuti >n October, near JaT nticelM. GG.-a J 4GEOM1LLI.L -
ary, 1839 and ac wdmg to law. SA.vl'L II.DU VAL. '
.
KaikUr.Suiir. lo be nd at 9 o'eWk.! .?. M. and cIed a La) I1OUSE.. 7h oly
Kl C op' (1".3rd u
tiny, l z : l 1838. \. .. .
FulvU) ,CaU>r, Daliim-re, .dz to sundries 2nd day, o'dock, 3.M. Wm HILLIAUD --- _____- p_>markirecoIlecieJ: is a rhua"foj on St. Uarkc.SeptcBbefXlSSS .7-8n
C ii i4 liallowell: ,Sm'.th, Apilaehieola mdr to sundt 3rd J.xk :. I It I8J8-3t Intr.lanl. Notice. S tl. loll kh'iu"cr and bushy tail, it js &DJipOsC4 raid ''THE Boniness win i. Mt1t't. nidej
ies.Cii. S 4th .day lirJc I N pursuance of a Decree the H-n>irnble the Horse will makihi:' *way up Int.Georgia.A hbcrsl l the name of huh .;Milk.f U,,"noirS ;-

ig AkemQ"Skrli, IJ.lln..nna.frail loonier. StfOthj.E.ttsance. : I IN Cll.\ CllY. Superior Coors of Lou County Mid-He Dis-; reward will bo give tinny person wttu sfmll deliT- ,_ 111.' tILLS't
Cleared, pb )r. White& Jjhn D. Edwards Executorsof tri of Florida, I shall peed t-, sell, a* the :uar. er hun to me in Talljlun e; or any, rn'oroja-ion ;-.- 'f.1t_ a h tfI'

Sc'.r.! vaUncLe, Ur ell. 163 ble ccHtr.n, Haiti I- am..unt "|the E White, deceased, dian of the infmt heirs orz. C. Foit dcceascd. respecting the Miwe S wilt be tbaakfullyE.. receivd.' AU pn.iUes1e .._ L. .ar"I .-
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u or vs. s following dcscril ed lands lying ia sail CLARK.
> v Ctionty I\. IIIJII..
Tile New ) din.tt\1. .
&br. Eli .* Wa. .Le.i.i Pens icel', fur l I.ro. Tile al.uve !1 L Parish, Adminiitramr ofTiiom.x* section to wit The cast half of the nOrth east quarter ot T"nabaCll". N,. '1th,l03. f" lit I i 839. ff 4 oii .County C wt.1U.4asL&II r

U.r. or aii action Di-lphy ilrc's.ke.1. tW'c8y-one; the west half of the north -S THOMAS H. HAGNBB.ATTORNEY I will ale baa fa*! aecooata and make bin settlement,
.*h"ji Sp:i-\st Owen, L5e'p"ol, 82i bi1e cotton.Bng has; ecied : thr Sopcri >r Court of the Middle District of weal quarter of sect on twenty-two, and the west AT LAW and a discharge as adraisiialraeB acaaip g taUwr
Niuirod, Oak man, N V "79 Iml.i* eoiu i.lletaw idlers County,No veoib-r'Tsrra 1838. half of the sout'i ""III quarter of section: tventy fray ''

StoMincr Itz.rJ, Jeukio, (,I DeulnuinsRjr. mellt.I1"M.. i. ibvtnber having been appointed Auditor two. Tallahassee. JTo. it1iOERAh.DLN
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IV H- and Rec iver in tho above case,to rolled and. Said tale to be at public outcry before the Courthouse 'QILL practice'in'ah* the uft.rt. of lfiadle ."..' Adm.;. i1f t G. .:

S 'htN 1'U D.- -' .. all paper.i voucher and effects of the e*. door, in the city ofTalfaJl.ss..on Saturday '"I Florida.. 0 Bee fj-l.'nlhatofL A. iiav, Eth.TI '."-. tl-4.t4gJiw oO
r\ S k nnrtnrr in a ynitaI4ehadn'sin tVj I St&m r Thorn Delphy,Qce...nd to.*'Ie! <,aid the It b day of Jtnairy UPS.OUI.700U.. Thompson. F..q. lit

.& :.ibUcman wli .whom the said diceaacd, r :
It.tUar.eaplhl. FnrJi:ii.fs inat.n can be obia'neilT Thomas Delc-hy permanent Female School will be opened oa dIRe ha vine aoifioCtba enTW .
ri.'wfiTeoimsRa* at .
hrl'. d Iftt' o I without delay their demand duly attestrd ac T HE!n"groo< btlon inj to tIe Estate of Drury city, under the .cuMnatendcBre of Mun Pierce and the old SU'IId;respectfully,informs.afl tfcoA pM.
to law anc all indebted to the tame William*,"e..ea"ill be bireJ to the
; persons high. MIA* Hart eomprUin hivtruction iu all tbe rfr $
a'$ i bate watches er Jot Ipr .
who' jewelry
GUARDS !!! N "" ; piymcnt immediately,in r rJer to enable ct bidder on Tuesday tie! 1st day t.( Jaunty any .
of
I meets Edaration she! Aucictl
O English ; are that they wilt find Oem Uy ca:m af n* .
ypfj' .nr J l I.r W ordered to cssmili'ewLfrparade : 20 J ub.' ibcr to acute the said en.ats a* Ion as oest. Also on Mond iy the 7ib day of J musty, Modern Languages Motile and Dr.winar. place, where also all MSMtaivearreahftp satcoruinne -
20 the PI"I\a'ion ill .
WM.: DUD!. u be rented tuU )higbcst bidder, I
on Mondiy next 2 JIb in.t.l TERMS. u. i".pIcue 'DII r.. -
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200 on the .
premises.
nti..n. 15ih .T'aZ.
Dec 13T3.
ilic" Dia"t4-rpro(,nd nl. the company at trOO TOM Tn'tion in English' .per quarter of 10 week. to keep kia oIaec1c.1,1

i half p-kt two yYJ.k,P. 31.S 40 1'UBLl; SALE. : GREEN PETERCHAIRES H. ; For those under ten jears, ,'800.. toLaugualeta NoKmderS5thl838.VILL -. 4. .43$

Bord'r. 4( 1 ell on Monday tile 31st day of DC.! D.c. Bhl3fL: CHAIKES Executor ,each 8,00'Z UAVIDS.WAkka..ca

dp:. HTJTCIIINS.. For sale at 'BEBI.T.OSI83B. of Farquhar Macrae, deceam'd consisting of Notice. Payment half;in adtauee. 4TL4W,44'

D"t'.U. 7.ply,V.lfd 10 1 rate Louse servant, corn, fodder, wssrgons. ALL persons are hereby cautioned from tnding S KEF RESCES., \ >racfie ia tW Court*ofta.'Ifio b BlxtncioTFtoriaa.
*arid mule. plantation utensitl and buiue- a certain note of hand for fly. hundred Ri-bard Hayward Eq, Gt'I.Tbomu Brotfnu-- Hoe office- ie UM&tr- t/t Mt p

PUHLIC SALE furniture. The silo! will take place at the late and fifty dollar, given by the subscriber to Var-. Francis Eppe, ., ft.J.lIacUCl' E*ir. overJ B.Balr..r r: .: ..,

OF GOYEBNMENT STORES. of Mr. Macrae in Jefferson County. die D.Causey, or bearer. S lid n. teas givesj f>r !. ,.lI.ha.l'eC.Noy.J1lJa.l&m._ 15,tr.I always be fosad : a .nns, :SaT .
;A/llownig eofxieronnl 1 a'tme will'Ie tlJ WILL he Ca h. E. B. VASS,Adm'r. a ceitim tract of land lying oa the Ocilla river in ,- -'U.-...1I..H'--- .-.4a..,;

THE sale ai St.Maria o i the SJlli tLyof Si 13,1838.Executor's I Jefferson county. Florida, dated aomelwe; the la NOTICE, ; weeks ar.cr date, I e. .
December in. (.r Unincy. of August. 18W payable the lit of January neet, A LL persons having churns against tile estate SIX.*,. ,\, ** aMIIaE- a, _
II li9 pounds SteaD, on the ,water Toti e. and signed by David E. M. Scotras tenuity.-Toe Ak of FarquakarMaerax*, deceased, are bertby ty for .leoer of 4A rfc4i *.W _
132 barre ..r lands of M. I. months afierdale I shall app'j! to tIle judge note was paid l hy me on the ?8th d-iy of Abreniber required to present them within the time prescribed Wel Mathews late ofaid $ 1i. .

12,650 pounds II trd Bre.
!lei>take plnceat half J'.st ll.b'd'Ck, or rn. minmork the l and discharge from the Eiccutnrsbip of .;11 ftr.'t agrin be paid by me unless compelled by indebted to the eaute will make paymen t1te' N.ventbei 3. l$3 ".-.._ ': t. ..J' _
tile arrival of the Cars fr:15 TVllab''ec. I.n well fur te. ,doaaaed late of said County. course of law. DAVID COTT. sub cribtr. E BYA8MaI'r4 .i j .
B.H.PEVTON.Capt.VA.Q.M.. .tti terms JO?, M. WHITE. Dee8-18 November S, 1838. 13.8w' M'lI'IIf z&. t V9 -
,iid 4.j. t" .tIhr
8th. 1S3&: Executor.
T-;&* .t-of IvUers remaining iu too! J'uat Oroec. lVod e. .' U fllr f. ,,5i' _
Deeirnherfl1S. .: ?01w ?! 18 A Teatcfaer Wanted, JLJ 'at Tallahassee on the 1st day pf December, A- Ili..r'ona iadebted DANIEL JURElNYJaring i i. ,.pa
Dec. '
AOJOUaiNEU HALE.milC tra-tees of the Pleasant Grove Academy. and not bufore advertised : the year JI36.aa4 LJae finnof,Me*I -S .
i i. diiroi of engaging the services of some RAKNY ard HIWE3 dsring&beyemrs 1 37 and 5w 4
sale of the lou ulThiethyWatonGeorgesad Arnol' Dr. S. R.Adamr MaerWm. j ,
m.n poscM.ug: a good Eog'is'i and CUni- 3i arq a Li4ed.tb.illuncdiale Jl&J aen&JII r Jr Utr
X andi.lneta' J
Drotfcy Waif w Ce'eraaa.ia .. THE : take of said Rev. M. )Herat Arhillo, wade.uuke ibcrwbaia authorized '
I li to Chirge Afadnaj as dely t* ah.7OUt.1iI t.I
mttat.be ld :
the C4ty el TaUaUasece > <>nibe Bmjnl'lfl.J ,MOCLIOSLJ.fles '
a* possiMe. For further information; call receive ibe same. FOAN CIS.HAWKS. '
JA&t* ia aIaedt. *the 11th da'ror Janneryae en bidder at the cubrcri' at bit residence. Brsd!.J eef* R.' Jletr..f' iL Pce 1,: I 1838.-.tf D I j _
., ,i a SHmjVAL: eDee. Tuesday the W/'H. Balds-ia II. U J.Iutryni4.#.'- T .
15.-8.. .'o;. 'MarshalAl3rord tlon'lay the .f CASSELS Secretary. Clark, Richard G. FT.Cystie .N oU M, .. It. W. 3 odee. '. .5 V and vaciay,1baib.y
Academy. will be .nieJ '' Grove, Decatur Co. Gco.: MM Jane Oliver tf i .3 nJi-A. at liD Ms1ft-ztr.ct1kwy4-1jD. .
Writing Stli I$1138.STRAYED. ,PURCHASERSDnity K _
E.4..wb
.es. "", Ibey 11'o6bk,4g a .
WM, ALFOkD repecifaDy aJin"nnce to ibentizeaa ('uti..OCOf'P .PkkffI1: : dfied o .sJ e hereby noti7BH art1I1t.raieh r .
c Tallahassee and vicinity, Ibat bisWritiag OR STOLEN. Chalk: E. B. iiaansniuJsDorsav : bat their notes are oenosjtca1for fi n B Jik $ WA1"ea., -
I % aad j'1L.dwLise&s.a'
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Per,8 I t collection TOM PE ..
Room wiO te open for tUe reception of thenl'ht Thursday, ihi 13th inTa M,1'at .-. I.rerJi.Crdnl. s .
us4llITca
in Deenr, GvotajDieycr .. '--3* rVi dare MM. AW L. Dec. 1-It 1GRENif VflATI1E& ,. _.
Ladi'a and Gentlemen wbo wi a to -iarprorc 7
nOR hands
.Spanish lI' *b" 14 Jairh.J : .i'i4Stu1utor1. MUds enots,If'aW.1Mlt JrIo "! wJ .
Oii irnpranibraocbotcducstiun. oa Friday Dee years old! his right hp: something lower Tboroa. I'.tier.J. (colored hSn] __-5 Personal attention given
tos.
hereby gi I4anoJ.reieJlislo. ..
Slit corner'of Adami and Clioon Elliot Joseph Prf hs, Jeut. F -3
1838,oa fl>e IS the led. Abo,a dark roan stud colt. 3 years < wkbcLJtroI1og*4eaiejip a aose
above Dr.Be.t&uc's Of lg lDV Fancher.rTitiiam S OR SALK at the Store ofMerars.jBryant i.
Streets uo suirs, dirwti J a eniIFhil.tpot: on bis uk, .Dd RyanJo pbRaukie.Mia.Mary F Jewelry does ia r$ -EsjBKjssasaaasSt]
fife aoais CDD u a bell. Faa..t f"',ThOll..W. 3 fc.Nsutt, thedyOosrdlnJT.S c1)_ 'eduw'OIOi.tI.Ia

Mr. Atvord Wring d Toe4: about eyht. entire bU effort to to I-get r 1 rtwsj-d w.fi: begtv.ofartb.' ikRvtry G avin; ,jfbrabaui T. Ragland' L. G. -. TEt DQLtAM ftEtD bllS1De.with.d r .e. 10 nrdn a aJaare' I
to "fcrrlnr insU ciiim. in tliii i inporUQtU .' Oooclf. .Lewi E. RboieaMr..N.
years '
LIlat L ere b lib tbe above discnbed bvrsea to tI&W'WW "_ JI .1.
ncbb, Bitters hiroself.be sLaJJVe! able;lo **1- jDg MICHAIuL WIGGINS. Hyman Francis 2 UobciU Nathaniel' Twil 'ia,,
far, tbbabiVini eipectations 'o-'tkoeo srbo justly -. Doc l3Ui, 1818. lIa_.. William D. Sh-pberd, Mns Pener l ii iia
3>sy bedismtavito pta; etoemselrcj under Jii. in- xeeJtopay. Hail Mi** G. A. RiTa,, Mr U. W ,
S S 5k'I4ANrAt ION (0'01tSALR. John with C.T. Clsnore
tructce ; 834.> Lugain hiatt 3tmca BtereawJeb R.". Ganges M*etarftvt

., a eo 'iM S, Pna. ,:$I i psyg. Ilan *(. ._Dd LU be sold at public sale on the lit day of HJ1M1M.A. a..HaI" vHasen dee Wev. 1337
i..4"i .., bold ant : .ulLu /. k prif aia! d.soo.d of.be.oriUining. -
Jubnsoa' ,Young Smith, Peter <
L and,if*tile. .).ai>Mla led tss ioT I '
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,830. '. "0 .' .l. JWrs. 8.a.t. Slreug.Wa*. R.LfBDC 15. -
toBSpjlffi wbieb I*a\ SOJf wi4ea amt voder
lf rwP1aata tIoijo cntIemae,.froea S. I ( ara
>ft* .*u",5,tor4 4oaks 0 0awf on tlaQ.|tsp-I&aabua"1 ..from it Kimberly,henry W. Sfcwe.aVA.Tuoe 'Co

tHl :* t'1t:: leaa Jolw
i rt (% n F. $ I Kiais/i pee ,
-" r* 9nime jiaa4tp fronj. OUBJU. I house ft*toassv KrOw,2 eor.j. 4V.lstgr Lee Ru.PrI., P. t w.S.bf. ,
"1f 4iiihi4nhIA Ieeii& wt( &J. kn4uncn wi ". qsssTlera, &e. wflao, at sews Wtltteni Will Jenatha neil
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te i is afford. at $ I iO acre LolSkjoiiuag TaHaoaas, oatbeat ,
8 xfcai Cta se At WritIag.Eopa.on ap- .. Little,Grey w Walton, s.,.. .
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p -4. e+ a -'' .. I5 iV' ( Lambert/Mrs. Lydia William.Seaborn
necesq': .aQ.lIetcheas. ., 'tl *,'' 4 .l h 4. .ur t. McDoanel, 1ri1.-.1 iWdli.ro, Henry
.... ."lined. ..d ... w.. ,CR.A. (( ,
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g' aipel !lIt.. the cidW --NOTICE. .' I I,. ;DTaPF. ALL raTaaaa iodeMed.lotbe SSIL.eCIsIH Pins all sorely n4* ,_
t 1 ALLtzas.Inbt.4Iqtbe atrT. G,. m liE aQbecribJ ectlaiy WOflDlI.he'e$JtewJL }
t t-"JH ,. ;. } ,: STUahUSbJI4' thnt.DtrJ. flutrifi.d-sentaA*ilT$ INither II ,AItt1 .
g. 'will a, Sa office b farther eTMUdla Florida7aat}.otheaa, that ,to ft* of Btaet be made, aad'alt .bl r in'any'rcrn-bsm, 'tiT .

orittttotaddeAeeori.' .'. ,jr.Ese? iadalgesteeceB ha given tertnaaentlv located himself TaUahsasee,for.lbs ffalae theauta are aoOlM to.preaect tae semi fl "MI"rarvaa
_.. E ud T tI.SalyCdl.'I83&; 4fkr FREDERJCS s r.UURDIN.Nov. practice of Dealal Surgery. Oa practice will extend duly authenticated,withia:the time'preserihed by u.-k. .,&- .1"
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: nth 1838. % the counties of &,Jcfiersoa, .
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to lnitaitIbon4 _
iiich1 I Sbt a. t1s '& __. I adjoining law. la ease of./abeeoee JVom to wp or eoonty, rccejly. ,
_. ". ..._oc& .maE Co-partnership; i heretofore exiedng under NEW J.' l fJl. '- end Thomas, Georgia. the same can be Uft with L- A.Tb.mpofT0tJ.1. mr mndetsr.x.1' -

.I", >mltanrwJl.oJ "_1. tb''lIMorIlrAUI.'MA' DEN. is th* Bubscribttar th. Car aisc iated Office at the City /fetel. ealcotWJr.fiaqr*. J OS.'CHAIRED.. Itoi'.aJ I .
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THE Dentist.
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; 'Malia9z.1tJi win aeezed- dajrwisaetved by nreteal ceoteat. AU those havmg ,. IYQ together np Jt::r i;..ir, .' of W. CROSS- Qualified Executor.I sent bero.a4aMiaterid. t. hea

.MCRID. ( claims &aiOt the said firm, will preeeat the O..Ie ': ReP September 37th,1838 8-tt October 13 1838. ''I3mADMINISTRATOU ccsnbiIuti9L1, 1 -i .',
l Their first 1.
.!t r faytneitti mi nil U'* du die sid firnfvM for tl1t'pnrpo *(1. .i?.'. 'UjL*. *< iti lie city ,LAND FOR SALE. ; ht[UE. the stomaefc operationof a&db ref i. ,
-- .: tit \ wetathe.
'f Mtlle tbeir aercirj.t* "t.1I\ P. If.Swsun ,vL a. j crrtc .
1u4Gv; Battle '( Florida.K.'H dnJyt..riud,.tt.Ue! U.P')rte. I > (' .1)) ha-, .' iiAJ *311 -a : freBeral'S I will ,sell my met of.Land consisting of 32O. ALL penoiis having f: .t* a {.inflt Chiiato- and enr lilie*ronstaasly aettlinr'IrioQ.iS' ::. '
llfai by the JJoird of Diie 1or ibat P. U :HV.U.V, ..-i *.>rtTnrfr( A S rnJ5 ?'n? l-a.ufc. V'* t", aerr* acre. .170 in a hijlTtUitof cultivation with pher Smith,deceased,J*: J..J5 j.9"n County.wiD) I to remove the hardc.e4 r. 1t
: l> the Adrfiint-rator. M'.uI qt3)? 0(.the 5irw1 i" L i i

future L lcfi.,* 11 -lorka m m-tJI i 1, I V, Ti.. "-in .si1 Icrrtfif tr ucd.t. !. 'I 'e t(': .. t .i .lMb-5 rt 1'1 31 UL&S.I. : cabins, and provisions enough to supply the plan And all 'persons i inJebtiJ .. Cue rime nill. make. cines onfyrolleeted _partially e 1rs., &Jaoe" -. f
:12rf.v 4..i JoHN PARKI1IL' ('e4'r C1.e if'aJsirw! P !JS\VMl\t&Ct. .t :.tl.-: tation the flirt year. The land is situafid 8 mile payment to the said A'r.IJ' -futor. : iws ehiao\ asarrhota 2 .;

iiifY r. : tbtI'fiJf. t jr;'" r.iii I I Si. ,"* rl., cijIe38. 4.AT .. jdAhitJ j II: : -. 4 ; from Tallahassee the Alicnsakee road and adjoining .C. i.' 1> :V\IT1 Adm'r. rosiicea;will all iu'rALI of nIi :1
.
: f|. i umbtejr. ...:>d ffll1r.e.J .Jvhn''!. -- -- ---- Mr. Lorimer and others. Immediate possesion October0lS38. 11 ,with rt.immIn.nidanaor, j 1f
...are "7 genU ao4 *B1 attend WASHINGTON CITY GALLIGHAN'8 \r.. r \ f rK will be given. For terms apply to Doval ana effect of the VcgctabieLife Pills." .
: 'vImybuI .lIrinc m1 absence from the Terri- EUlANCIS A. DICKENS, of the City efWash FEVER AND /Hl'i,* "' 1 1.' "-. Hutchins TallahasseeB.A.. CHAPPEL. I1OUCK'** PANACEA aeys and the bladder,and by the neta 1,

1ar.rJOHN a. GAMBLE.. JL ivgttm, having resived the appointment held A certain and lasting cu > <.c ,'1" ,I- <-. For Jan. 6. 1838. 23 If AFRESH lappll of the'above valuable medi. and the lung*, ihtopow healthy attics.rw.
J.t44 by him for..eral1e&f1 in the Treasury and War sale by / received. For sale by depends the '..riry.-.ilg. _
E __ ___ Departments,hae undertaken the Agency Claims WADDEL. RAN "H, t. I \VIS.Tallahascee. TAKEN UP STEWART BARNAKD. The biood which'.b.itsNd eooyx'

; .DR. A H. BAIOfOLfn before Congress,and other branches of the government April 14,1 .? -4_ BTA small bay HOf.8E,supposed to be 0 years Mil,v iSii 42 f'J.f the liver and the ..tdwa it -,

: located himself in Tallahassee of leading commissioners under treaties,and I LA W NOt h '-,. old,no particular mark ; the owner con have him PORTRAIT FA1NT1WU. ibe-heirtking tfaOo puiA J. ",-,
BAYING: pro(enkmal services te ,biloblie.1 the various public oft ea. He will attend to bj applying .UM Over and ed by food (rim A'tlaaTtSSSL '
office of Dr. J. UTJI. M. BANIHM.rtl 'KNEYATLAW.wtllp.ar.j tf wr oa aiy plantation, P. COPMANiQtenils.tc locate himxlf in _
tie i* to puad at the all pre-emption claims;- the procuring of this "I freely thn the vie '
for advertisement a !
patents f
,
., paying and
.* Monroe Butet.Mavt6 I TV \ : Courts this city during the Fall and Winter, reaew.'n"1eir -
for lands
flolph,on public -claims for horses lost in aDd
4Ssubetrlber i the service ot'tb. TTnifjttf Slatfls-nrOlNrt" Middle Florida, and wili :rf t ', isine.ssas THOS. B.WINN. hopes that iliose who may wish to obtain his services system triaaphaatl.aweau tSaTi. L1
d.dro. .
-I -- ---- ----- -- ---- October 27'b 1838. 12 iatheoioemJBgcaerk. TT11
will
-- ed 1 may be entrusted to hi.< : Building ..call irmsediaierV M bi. room, over the -1 ,
invalid revolalionary and pinskrns- TIle ( t .
N.Ice.t'tg
claims( navy formerly occupied by ( all 1 iV 1"er. ContmlMioB Heuse New Orleans. Academy, wnefe they may abo .see specimens ofhis ullowi8l".amoegIhe d: ''.
will continue regularly to run or revolutionary services, whether for commatat50D 13-If nihumas dineissi to which IHT
October 28th. 1637. paiauags.Tallahassee
: .1. .IvoIQr&. BIaC'rrom Qaiec, Cb.'t.boo. ,halfpay,or bounty land, as well those LONG & GRIVOT Nov. 17 '1818. 15 are well knowll ta lie i aAThsbIi .
!Bee, which will always leave iaoeaeeiately after against the state Virginia ** the United States; UNION BANK OF rLORIUA. HAVE established themselves at New Orleans DYap.EP, by tocogh1 CL-I iF
,:ibe arrival oldie mail (rom Tallahassee.' U. U all claims growing out of contracts with the government NOTICE i. hereby eiven toJie subscribers to transaction of Commission Business Receiver's Notice. and second ,and creszmg a 1. ""\
ato prepared to ran a 6mr Lone Coach whenever or damages sustained in rquenee orthe of this Bank,that their title papers and solicit the patronage of their friends and th FinnE Subscriber bavinRbeen appointed Recetvrr healthy bile/ia<ad ,.(the stale and .
\. the aaaUwr of passengers are seeh as the two hone action or conduct of the government. And indeed have been referred for eiamlnaton to Charles II. public to which they.pledge their best Miviese.Arril .' .JL or the Court Chancery of the Jf.ddVe FUlnfcney, Palpftatlon of the Mart erihiiilJ;
i aaage caanot conveniently carry. He will also eoo- anv buinesa before Cengrese or the public DuPone Esq. When reported ipon satisfactorily, ? 35-tr District in the case of D.G Raney Sf wife, et tl,vs tote, Heart-bom and Headache, 1f-,-It. .
t1MIe.rue a four horM coach from duiney to offices hkh may require the aid of an agent or at mortgages and banda will be senito the parties torexecution. M.A..frID stead,hereby gives no ICe to all persona temper,Awlctr,Laagour, .:.
, Beiabndge.at which place U will.meet the line on8taa torae,. JOHN PARWIILL Cashier. JI7ST RECEIVED indebted to the late firms of L. 5t M..4..frmistcad, are the general cymptou of,M",1Iit

i' : (ran Mobile to Augusta. Passengers uk-' His charge will be moderate depending upon L March 1007GUN ONE HUNDRED OUNCES Preach Qui and L IfLA Jrmiitcad k. Co, oa note, bond. as a natural consequence 113'....,rii .!
. lag thalr seats at Tallahassee will have the prefer. the amoautof claim,and the extent of the ser HKPAIBIN6&KB Sulphate; Acetate and Muriat of or book account, or fur rent, er otJ&enriae.-tf', byreapllnl. wU kngth iib.agaeolvent .
race over all others except vhose coming cm in the vices. WORK Morphine, and & gcnenl anon mcnt of French and ia obedience to the expw. decree ef the Court. proces.,aad w
Mala UM frees Mabile to Ji ogusu; If. Dicui is known to most of those who have BENJ. METCALF having removed from" ,Mr. English Chdni als. Twelve Mahoraey Medicine air debts napaid will be forthwith pot fa suit at perges leave the bowels CC''IioItMer'uhWiIf eeatire

msijpwiflI.sTaLI&MaseseteT7 oUte r Jay been in Congress within the last few years or who ;'. to the well known Shop of Mr.Jo. Clirs's,an4 a large supply of Drugs, Medicines the next term of the proper court. He will stud buirrlHra anrl Cholera by rem.m'-ltJtia...
At three(f' at hare occupied;any public station at Washington. SUN EPSON,on the corner Monroe aid St.Angus Perumery.4t. &c. For sale by a list of debts doe ia Gadaden County ia a few .aide, by wbn Ii.es CII..inb:t bebs et.

i IeefifcktfM.; A returning, will leave Bain- AH letters must be post paid. tine SlreeU,' opposite the CAPITOL will at an! WADDEL, NDOLP/f, if LEWIS. days ta Isaac R Harris, Esq Qnmry, to whom by promoting the lobricaiiveraocussaemWane. Ialld ..
..' bride the aext awning 14. .'clock.t Kef.rsrices.-Gov.R. K.Cnll.! Gor. Wm.P.Du time be ready to attend to any call in Its line. Mar 19 41 payment may be utado; all otb.n must-all Bee Favors.1 aD Jet L ..
t _- JOHN!. YARN.Anal.THE val, Gen.John P. Dural,Mai.Jc5Ste II. Willie Tallabaaaos Oct. 12th 1838. 10-tf the subscriber at his office in Tallahassee.) the blood to a reu1arcircuIatiso kiarb.

'. April t8 1833. 38-ly'r. BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY.. J.fMES A BERTWELOT, Ree!r. eesa .fp etvptratioa ia seIDe eues p.. Ik.

4 Co-partnership i heretafove existing uader -' If otic* -HE subscribe'reapectfally informs July 26, 1838_ 5Mf solution of all isles sal -. t .

: Arm af UfOWiTUfe TtLLLNQllABTwaa prTHE Subscriber bavingerected a STEAM the cjtizeBs of Tallabarsee ; Notice. TheLIFE PILLS have hen.bRa.._

4 diseahrod by mutual consent ,oa the 16th of MILL at bit place two and a half miles East of .M and vicinity, that he has : mR. JESSE S. RUSaEL is my authorized oattna peraaneaily ia three wesa .. ill
torn 1u All penooa who hare claims against Tallahassee, will be ready at all times to supply commeBred the oufacturing of.. while I am absent from the T.rriiory. half that time,br removing tseal id.ba
the fine will present them to Mr.Ledwith for set with Lumber and Meal those who may favor bun Boots aad Shoes in this city, in I JA8.T.LIPSCOMB.jtugast the muedea aad liJa..ta 01.. .D4.,
U.tns i.u6 all those indebted wdl make payment with application. JOHN G. GAMBLE. the building immediately opposite th< store of 5, 1838. |.,j of all kinds, Ity fr.eingsaJ.cjeagr ttM.
to hi* alone be being duly authorized to settle the Nebawaathla Jane t3, 1838. Fiench &; Cook on Jftrnroe at where he isprepar PENSACOLA MANSION aia qd Wa41lkrj' they epn&e .
ane. MICH A EL LED WITH.HSFUIL. echo maaafadere all ar&lesin Iislinc of baeint ss, HOCSfT 00 thesis important ergaaa. and heaee be.mI
; WANTED. be has good workmen his employ, sad will war- NEW CITY or reN heeD found acertain .
.LEDWITH continues bu iaeesat the A BLACK I icnii. redy.rIMw_
BOY. an apprentice to tl..! Carriage A Harn ran this work to be done in the best and GrueL Alert euisf
a'
Bfnftlmg. manner .
Worau
old and Fall
it 8&Aad daily expecta a assortment : 4: SboemnktDg business. ApplyaoFREDERICK V1UlEsubwiberbvinzpnrcha.sed the I lewe and by fistotfgiatornrr ftIa de
he able IC7THE subscriber havinr engageit the -I reasonable pricrs.BootK a ef tbe eoweh the
;. .bjch will be to farahh bit customers on FILER. stir vstaMishmeni I eiimy -.Ie _
the ben term M. L. Tallahassee. 18, 1818-tr 45 eel of a skillful Carriage and Harness l'4k .(rom fooled and other repairing done ea secom from Mr. Tay'or,the late propriVtor, will be rea these creatures adhere; AthmaandC..,*
; _T&I! Atif.4,1834.. 62-if tbe N rth-. bea leave tn in form bl5 frtfnit and- the- moda1iu- tarma. dy to receive TUtors y the .tat of Anril sort- bj relietuiz.the air vessels of tU LnwTfcTmwn a
:: -J---i* Kettee. IfOTICE. public that air orct.n(repairs lie.;shall' be punc FREDERIC FILER Numeroas and costly-improvements will, b"and ,wjneft even sfight ceUi.il oi ;

.: TIlE Copartarnhie bereUfbre SIX Months aAer the date hereof we will apply tully and neatly executed. April 28, IS33. 3S-tf I in the arrangements sad accommodations of the I ifBot reatoted becomes hardeacd, aadL...

eity ader the tame of CANNON rn8SELL the Honorable Judge of the County Court Saddler, Work Dene. ___ Mansion Ho* .. New and more A>Hiinodr<>e* 0.- rIMe dnadCai. IbtTy,lilian .
wae diesolfed ea the 2h of Ser4"be efLeon County for Letters dismisfory on the Estate E. B.CLARK ELLIOT' COB1V CURE.UL thinr Houses will be built,and warm baths will be v.teane Bare; by the perfr UTi17 J .
da.Ua sCM:.m..IL All of the late ChAntiler A.Pendleton. Tallahassee, May 5 1838.It' ELLIOTS PLASTER baa beea used with provided al all hoarx. AstaMe win teettadietfir; Lift PHb givet""U e blord,aad all'the".. .i.
claims
penoee hiving P. KERR, AD. BCETTOEB! .1. uncommon success : And wherever it has the House with good ae- Mnmndauenfbrheiersaad Seorbntie Eruptions,acJ had eompJcrk*,..
aftlaetaaid fartoersbip will present them (or set R. Y. WELLFORD been introduced,has superseded the of other First : Iterative cftet ae-n tie bids
use carriages. rate horse and he the
ESPEC I carriages will
lTD FULLY be .
I and all inform .
indebted the Ladies
persoos will make pay Jane 16 18'.8456p'e.. and remediea for the the ttorbKjatata
or:0fM. .
Xdmii.utrators I Gentlemen of cure alao kept for hire at moderate prices and sail and ef wh> omewna. II .
mea& In to WILLIAM Tallahassee and i
dUuly 1 CANNON, TOTHIRTEEN PLAf4TE that he wiU continue to give infraction on itiictnity the A few applications will entirety remove the larg row boats, with peraoni V) manage tin at ror flkcuke mplaint, .I.w.ehwdy.end ether aejnij
arming Partner. Sets Cast Iron Segments toitable ; est coma and prevent further pain. of visitors. Billiards and other amusement -omplexiot.s- The naeofthesep91'firs Yfr1-
; -'dabOctober &1838. from the Baltimore ((1D. PIANO FORTE Price 50 cents per box, with directions for use. usually foand at watering places, will also be fornuchedy time,will etrertn-.rire care of SahRhewLlrtaipelas .

DttISo ; 110J4. dry toA for sale by BETTON A FISHER. For the next winter reason, to all who mil favor Fur Sale in Tallahassee, at the Drug Store of aawi so conducted <>s aot to inter'ere with ,and a striftiog iapiev aMM ia lb.dean
. : Thug| partaenhlp heretoiere ezistiu ender Jene9 44 him with their patraiage.Ha W AD DEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS. the comfort and quiet efthe boa nlers. The wines ol tie akin. Common Cr1.!. and ladaean,. wilt

'. a- the name DDVAI. A Ho reams,is this day HeUee. also offers for saw,ale a large assortment of Slay I8ih. 1838. 4Mf. and liquors will be of she tekf qu.?iry; aid to en. al ays be cured fry or dos'tr-rby two, errs*ia

\ diMolved by imitBal!conseot, All peraoes baring JAMES W. CALLAWAY, is my agent to .Music (or the Piano Forte, just receircd, among STORAGE, STORAGE. Ac.THE I lure a full sap ply of ice, a cargo tux already b<'en the wur.ii ca.e.. PIM_..as naMlv lor this suet
demand rgaias>said concern will preterit then to ," all my business in Middle Florida. lira latest publications.Piano oidcred,which will arrite about the 1st of May. distressing and ebstiaate'malad", (ae Yesenrttr
lLu.Feajr ),., who is fully aoiborited to A. HcNEILL. Fortes repaired and toned on reasonible Subscriber baa taken the Store formerly Mr.F.G.Barnard.ho formerly k'pta p.pOl3' Life Pills deserve a distinct and empbatte KGMHmewblion.

I ;.. aeule all debts dfi bjr the concern. AD..U those JUDe 7th 1838. 46-tf terms. Ifia room U at the old Court House. Mark- and'will hv, I-.- -R.- -P-.mlv--- F.ML. .-t- -fl.ntnl-... H.4cIin Wa.iiinftoa Ciiv. will<-f.ilruiW.--- --. -U.tpl-_. _:._ .L __ ... It it w..:i known_ hswdrHbr_ 'b'tkia
s.j.. laaeowo will ataae payment 10 mm. :TaHahaaaee. October 5th, 1838. 9tf. attend to the Storing and for the Propr jetowho, wkh such aid, ewi6.ler.tly villa nut;ne rv 'pne b ALEX. FORMY DUV L., NOTICE, forwarding of such articles may be asaUa- ensure the vuitors of List year and liia friends Lii05!f afflirwd with this .plaiaIt.1rJ 1Ip_
. W. J. HDTCHINS. A LL persons are notinrd that the firm of FACE LOST OR MISLAID, ed to hi* care. By diligent attention to 'his h iai- geaerally, that they will receive wards ol U.irtjr fire years,and that he trite fevtia
v1 Tallahseaee. April I3J. 1838. S8tD188OLUT1ON. BAKER is dirsplred by the death ofEdward A note of hand, given by John M. Carotbers U. ness, he hopes to obtain a liberal ahare of public ; and thereby expects t-'gi.e evevy general possible satis attention every -.nsenloed wiihia the whole eoaosafef
4 Face and that the basinrss oldie firm will be set- 4 J. M. Drake for $37 50, due the first of January Patronage. WILLIAM H. MATTERS.8u 'faction. the Mamie Hciliea. lJe.laownn.lnfla.t6al

a led by the subscriber, as surviving i.aitner.DUNCAN next. All person are cautioned (rain trading Marks, M'I'9' 41 The kent adVcnta rs ef this tie are too well the medicine whfch L. sew ..,!.a.e ir'..
The firm of RT AN It LEWIS at the Planters' B KER. ror said note it he was C81a1 i.
as belongs to me.WILLIAM. known need lengthened Je eri4i".a bera. Tb a very alum time,afte Us aeceve.
E$ 1 books Hotel of wu diNolfOLO;the let of August. The Chattnboocbee, Oct. l'th. lt 38. 12-tf CANNON. Charles S. Sibley facts that Pensacola ia the brest naval.station of ry b-id be*n proneunced aev only iapntballe.hut

! Mr. Dt have been aseigned to FOR SALE. September 29, 1838. 8-tf U. 8.Attortacy Middle Dinfriet oiflp the Gnvernaeent, ihe geaeral r,'nJezvoits-of the &>*olutelv impeeaftfr,hy smt boaaaa awmtv

; I tfebla Ryan irk Mid will firm.settle the *amr JOS., ae well as all CTA second hand PIANO for sal. ... if early' CAUTION. OFF { his prufessional services Attorney Gulf Ssuadre; the aalvbriry .of its climate, icfhshed : IHRECr>ON3 FOiw USE. Tfc MBpAeiarsfe
D. Vccrraaia
; against RYAN, application is I .. Apply tr AD. BOETGER. persons are cautioned Councilor at Law, in the roilectioa of eonsbetry durin;the sammer months by Lire Puts dies aetfuOow the late
1T8P.LEwIs. Tallahassee. October 77th. (33. .12 ALL note of hand sgaiajt -trading for debts SfC.in MiJdle Florida. He will attend all the eooien breezex from the Gete the beauty aaercenaiy prnctire of the awaeks ef the day:hv
u ? 1838 given by me Daniel
September 9. 8-tf_ Tnomas to Came theCourtsin Ihe Middle DiMrict. the Bay and the neig'uborng: islands and rivers, atfvisinpperxHia totake bis Plaia Ut efaaaafca.
1 NOTIcE; COMPOUND gae iity-five dollars county dated, Gco. for oae hundred and Office in Munroe Street,in the building formerly the abundance and del eaey of the fish with which IV food medicine can posaiWr I e *> riianUe **
the '
b SIX Mofalhs after dale I abel j-resent my ae. SMIJBNCB OF SPRUCE, payable thirty after 12lh of October J.st, occupied by Wm. Wilson as a Book Store. the waters abound,and proximi'y tc the beat Son- These Pill.are to be bba at ted Ins .very tfcl
days date
" p and vouchers to the Hon. Jodje of JrVr JSoJrittff Deer for which the note as the consideration TaUah.is, .y 12th. 183d. 40-tf I', them markets,give Peasacvb the prefi.reaee vrer .for a week or fortnight areMwiKr 1b. lae .1 strawy
was _
4 the Court of Loom given has failed aoJ am all other plao-s in these .latiindo, of 6.8"'J'he v-.l."'I r rum 55.6,_ 1
County Coaalv, and for .. as a healthy aA .
d Exeatr pray Witk direction for *te.-For BALE bj .let.nni.ed net to r:T It. NEW Ou.UG sTOKK. ., d.lt;hUH summer resort. ...s.5 to rt .oonstitun .Trh. pcr>ea Yerydtf*
1 oy lliealau&e' *>f UM tt of E1U
,; am1l, -. GUILFORD BURNET,Ez'r WADDEL, RANDOLPH, k LEWIS, Tallahaaavc, November, IMS.WJ|. (MSHOX THE subscribers have formed a co-part nersh First rate boats will ran between Pensaco'a sad reate per.>ns should begin sitIb bu& .two,:aaoMfr '
r N. B Legatees, and others interested in the Tallahasfce June SOtb, 18:8. 47.11. 13-tf in the Lrug badness, under the firm ot Mobile aa.1) will at AU limes be able to take the aas.;I crease a.the natare of the' case may rr Bar;tjise 'I
WAT I 8.JEWELRy,4e.The from the New mesa robu,Dr tlr very' eosthe habit
,: state, are requested to pot in their claims forth Notice. Waddel, Randolph, A Lewis sengers Orkaiie buat. with 3,and increase 5 assy jksfai
N. B. to ,or avert 5 piQs .aad latf
,
with. Iiit IX rooallis after date will nbfcril-er has They have just received and now offer fwraale, ARm ,
we present oar aeconnti just re PensaeoU 'will eflect aufickntly ehra
Sept. lit. 1838. 4-6m aiul v.urhrnt'iihe Hon. the Judge or turned from New York, with I one door north of Mr Dirge's clothing e aWi.b- Gcntleiucn, Feb.nisbin 15, 1838. 34-if patient in their farther happy use.. Thsc: e to gsile tie
Lbe Court ,rOAd.Jln c'a inent, on Monroe street, a gemaal asforimrnt of tu enae rnom,fi( >r their families Pilkseoetasd
County County nnd large and handsome occasion iekji
apply assortment ,can aJdru-stbe proprietcr. S4 a ad vomit in;, l
Notice at Peruaeob lboog1ty.q >
FRriSH ,
to be discharged rrom the administration on the of the above article 'JRUGS MEDICINES, POINTS aid Mr. or unless the stomach i
ci.tatecsfiamul Sewtll T. fool
T-y'or at New (Jrfeany very ;ibis
undersigned, administrator of Ur former ,.nrJ'
THE Elizabeth I Ed wad*, deceasid.iLACIIEI which he to OIL7, together with a variety of Perfumery and be cnn idtred favorable
propricior.lleferenee a
expects
,dee, hereby fives notice that at the EOW AR/S.ldmr'x. open fancy nalicles f.r'he toilet 'wilt find syiupiwa,astle feliest
next Spring Tern of Leon County Court he wil WM.. HUBB.9RD. early next week. Also a .111 orders from PliysiciaasPlantcraaiidcotntuiry T Sandford E sq, .Mr. C Cullum, himself once relieved.4Ll' tiasvvf.aace .
L eetUs his ,.9JmV. large supply Windsor Ri- merchant will be d. McAlpm E.q.,Liellf.K.bby, Mobile-S T TarPtnr will soon Krwrer. Tliey ataaHy op rate-wkh-, I
flnafly accounts and apply for his dis *, thankfully received and faah-
-
I 1838. .
July 19th. .
IS-6m J in
C Plated Ware, lie. .. P RL". M.n. ('t.L.. tOur. 12boqr. .,a'. .,.#ve abI.t"
;
hanre u Administrator as aforesaid. fully attended to l"J-trW. '
nov 3 FREDERICK TOWLE. .owJs are very raueh e'IlcOmbved"tJa..t
PATRICK SMITH. NOTICE, W. WADDEL. COTTON BROKERAGE: taken by the most delicate
Sept? 1838. 4tfBI8SOJLUTIOK. A LL persons holding claims against the ettatevWhoT LAND FOR SALE- J. U. RANDOLPH.B. And Commission Merchant. urn t.100SIt is, however feruales under neodril any that cir

rveJ.Watson,dec.are requested to present HAVE a first rate tract of land InnaTe, lying! C. LEWIS. T HE subscriber would inform bin rTien.1s I and those m Iver periods ofpeeatacysbcidJ tel., bat

r TUB Co-pln.neralaipuhertoiOre eiisring uDder them without oVU v, as I shall preoent my voucher I on Mickasnkie Lab Leon county, contsinior NOTICE. the public in general that he hasn.ctrncnmf one aj 11 time,end .C8Jt 1U.lie.tle. .
the firm of DAVIS & fclSDUNS, U ditsolved by to the fpril Term 1839, of Jackson County 654| acre,300 owhier, are cleared.% 0 of it (tea band the tusDer-s:: of Cotton Broker and Commusion ope*: and even two may Ur taken where tfiesa-
mutual eoneentt ''I\ Court,for a final settlement and allk for a dia- under good fencing also in a high state of cul rJ1.' liE sabseriber informs his friends anj the f nL- Alorcba l.iD the City of NcwYotc, and is now ural is very.. Oae pin ins IiI tI l&e

', The buaiheM wMberontioocd at the old sited I barge from the farther aduiini trstion of said tivation. There is also a first rate tract adjoining 1Jir, ih-it lIe has purchased the entire stock in prepared to receive Cotton and other (produce in table IpOOD.oil.f water,may Be given .afaaHn

by WM: 4. HENi Y KIDDON. : estate. TUOMX3M. WhITE,Sheriff, my plantation of 428J area,175 ofwhich U cleared trade DOVAL & HOTCUIXI and the business will tended (for thw. market r.whkh he w ill *lox)of on I rant IB the Wlowi.d..*-a tapw' AT every
.' tHp&eaaber a. 1 7t1 and.AdmV Ex officio. and under cultivation. Both tracts have several hereafter be continued in his own name in Ibo same cnmmtNioii and &. tters himself (kit liom long two boarv till itf\pu.lta. lore efiiU froai.eae te

f Sept. I,1838. 4tfFOR never failing streams of water running? threofh ktore occupied by th-rn. He retains.his banks to acquatntinceiDthe ifrrJltra5nd SulMrn'mar- five yean old,half pill,aid from 5 to 1.Ole pB.THEPHCEHJX .
NOTICE. them I would also sell with the lai-d 10 nevoe the". public for the liberal cneouragrimnt be has retired katz,he shall be eciltrd loin'atisfaction 10sucb
UEsuacriberb.agabouItIcav. the Tern 8ALE- Ievrn hundred and sixty This beliad and be sol kites a e.Dt nuaace of the same. I as may feel disposed topalraiise him not ) BmD8..are ..
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J_ lory, all persoog'h e euaii ss with him Land. on the head of Black.Creak s.crNr r roperty on gooJ lerm.pp B W.AH i.H He has oa band and wi'l continue to keep a f er.erala tbe sale of their produce,but M the investment only in ol came they posseuth.' erofisgksa.

will transact it with., AlP Read hia authorized" undred of which are cleared'ml in finc'eondit. Micka ukieNov. IOliO8. ,lt'f ,-rtment of such goods ax are.necessary fur th.1 any part of the proceeds they may order direct. lag embers otL* .IJowi.acY.ir
agent, -. \ JOHN1IAYI for crop; with a gui house, corn houses, klableril .J ._II itwnand eoantry.trade. He invites all those who JUSTINIAN. '}'. DAVIS, I the life i mMitttiM' ,babe Phcuiz weaj tobenia |
fiept Ift I637 Gtt' and quarters. tract oft nd,distant 15 mile TALLAHASSEEJOCKEY I iianrouist.india;accounu previewala8J3 i to call No. SO, Water Street, to :from tire ashes ozowsanjjj..
otict fromTaUahaateeisofgoode.oaliiyaad% well watertd. nd settle the&'.. Orders fioro Uie conotr/will New PLaaa'Biuc are tati'syVamabfr,
., :_ I and ia a good neighborhood. On it are 'secured .te punctually attended to, and goods furniaZied at &acrc&zxru. York. roots found Oftho1.t c.t1IIj. pSIbW1hocoabLq .

Kfl:1 kathoriied ,enl oae hundred aad sixteen shares of Union the lowest market price. R. W. Williams. Sam!. Reid. Oor.Branch Tal- widjli ial. flitJj..I'EYDI
JLP fOr&he'8et tato of John Ta> Bank The highest prices for all kiads AO U&I<"J u.; ,.W ssseal
: Stock. making payment easy to the purchaser aivee country lahassee. .Jay- 'Lu cr. 6. Co., Quine,. J.B. : afli. &..
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.d.ctsao1LsenCouiiarr and on the remainder a liberal credit twill be produce. ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. Collins Norat cello. .W. J. Bailey Magnolia. ry DI .
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v.- FJft8ITATUM. Adaar'. allowed. F. E PES. Tallahassee. April 23. 1833. 38-tf W. G.Porter, Apalackieola. Craig & Damn, St. l la&baathi and IaOd.potrtrf'al impmatseas.uuss5w :
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OctOse,283S.. Tallahassee, Nov.Dth 1838. Hif LESLIE A. THOMPSON. Joseph. Lb.BLOoD.u..1 7bTHKUD cue... .tI

.... NOTICE.- U i'EiU01t C01JR'I', LEON COUNT, ATTORNEY k COUNSELLOR AT LAV Feb.3, 1838. -, 'kknas woUent JD .Y :"ai'eihi"i.ill.

.ALL persons Indebted "'to the estate of John Fall Term 1638. TAI.LJHAUKK Fu tuu A C NTUAMT. be found a eenaia reaefaT all.CM of.a.r.

D Iir Peaeh.y4eeeMe4( late of Leon Ooouty, will Alva Spear ft Jooalbe..T. Patten HAVING resotbed the pnctieeef profession ALL nalioiia,from the remotest age*, have had debility ad ."(&..i irations. lipsiredqss4i
': IDW ianedjite pevment t the MibKriberand Partners tradief ader the firm of his prompt attention to any business .1 ",b.t Cf-Imnbua only found oat the way As a tried,tat chronic roJiuiant.tisy
:. &h havtef deeaande will preeeat them doly atleefej BeearL r.U a.' > AUeb't forft C&UB B&e- entrusted (dictum,in the Senerier Courts of lie to America. Ber.. the lime of the great Spanish Rheumatism, effranr ef the P&eatx Bxtejs |
for eett JecaeM.t .40.s 2O.1OC THE Annual I Races of the Tallahaseee J 4aey Middle Dutricuf FlorWa, and all lbe Court I(Ap ..ig lor,recple weieonly erubled to p.ddtsabous be demooktraSed by the cse ef ene boitfeC. ?*
JAME8 & ROBINSON,Ada'r. John B. Pmfcoey. will eemmeaee over the MABIOJI Cacasa peals.Office, the shores. Jan so with the Lie Jtfedieiaes. Itia esaaldose of thcae bitUrs ia half a'wiae ghae Wr
01 the second in sod on the soath side of bat two short since in water cr vine aad this
..... ll-lm Wednesday January next eon Washington Square. years I irst veutared an qoaatity msY.U'ttiaa.
..,-- -- L TUE'dd&at sad all others Interested wUtakeeoUee 1. Lions four dava. F.h. IT. 1838 -*a. Jnknown ecea.aaad I hare discovered the J.U.tn.objectIwaslas two ar.tarrii llm. a.tsvs&st. taJf_'- **_hjvr__w.n __...
7 :,..Uce.Ja 'of the iastitutlon of this suit by attach. I.'day Wednesday, 9tb,-Sweepstakea, f r3 FURNITURE FOR SALE. arc
t*** Superior Cwr1,-:Mid .f.'IfO'i..Tiv 188.i filed therein within the time prescribed by law. half for ftit.Seven ful haa in store for sale a beauti asy atareh. la their use was aoU By the use of meal;these hfeara wiU prbvv iaftw e44t.
f ., L.A.T O.M PS01' ror phfik;' end assortment Furniture,,eon.ibiing of Bureaus, | t.aYe" greatly Iiensielhe .
,Ally subscribers cloacd.Jd them only peat ed torn the detected very QrlM aiiadaifjpt
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; .. ..',w-'i" C' :, ( UChMM October: __..' l.-_ .f J I .. day, .211.._", 10th,-Jockey dub.Puns tand( *, Bedsteads Wardroln SolasChairsearied, Tables Laliea hair Work Mattrarecs valid,te Ike hale;hearty aJ active maa'b.I eer* ,'kf, them to per4thait rastf. -
1NL 400r-S* mile beau. ,/' buteoia I hie the stnoach to dbahV.into t.web
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....el \.., & day, Friday. th-Jockey dnh pars ,.'IOOO T.Ua bllll8Ce. September 13.., 1K&: :_ '" 6-4w ) omitie.a b. ., own e. to k 'fIi
J.. (7THE e Ua&ex4taJttai'received aer schooner 4. mile! It.. perience, advUe with my fel&w rirfeteaa. iDoes .*rd,. ilfllDnd.".
ftlirbf fteblkaioo ms4a in the Tiueavttta,brU SuUra aM Nimtod, from New Second Race.-A Bweepttakee fo 3 rear* ,.td .BAGGING k ROPE.. the .reader:want proof that..'VEGETABLE eldloaL verosli w.sw.A *w If-

r aw r ..J..aqt ,". Y rk.mfn se pty ef Oreaeriee.Provmons. Dry Florida raised Coltf,-I mile beats- nbaeription oM;boosibiitDandeeti'gthg.: LIFE MEDICINES are tatfaba tah'attviieXacT fasitai il. sad drtVh ,or boil,':.. PTVBTrEZ.S

; t l_ .,. Good*,fjardtrai.Qatekf,Koee,Crockarv, Boot 0100. -half forfeit_Three aubserihersand el .etJ. ;. 99 eoibj Bate Enptfa d Balily. I have oifietmy oiled SC7 BroaA ayk. &=

..' r... 1U.,.+ fit t and Shoes;CloCblnc&Hfs,Painta, Oils, Iron*iidXtU&4.Atire 4th day, Saturday, IStbr Proprkter'e Parse O4 hanks BefT Twliw, drede ol kisirsruin some ef tbe meet re fHrer Aje .
o__ ..'Qta* #& II*':or$ i TtrriUl11 'ofnd for sale 'oa "very, 300-one mile heats Three be.t i in five,* Jost.reeeiTed. and .Cheap. eltistneef ny rntife La.-' v
r. ,Ia 100 0- .J..J'l'j. liberal terme; r UBlet aad eoaatrr KeftbaaU are I Free for all i agreeably 1 to the rules of the Talla BENJAMIN BY&D.. iateatttooeyofiBeviitvaefa A GOOD TEGz. ----ar, X. YOrk -Jaa sbP. .J btobtahtedA

(: OitJ4uJ requested UeiU. .. 'eodezanitie for ..,. ; buses Jeckity Cliib. Entrance, 10 pet Cleat.THO. Magnolia OrtobertUb HO8. Ii-Mw'' TABL8 MEDICINE. t5ert* 5lieatb5'cs.91aa'rti .,

'm !T jIS. L,A, "ADDU."Ji BROWN. Leer, LLe t" 1I8If. : I'enI'D.1PbOI.4In.r.i"tJaM: ..r" Bjuenfbrrttrtfeataa o lt 11It
C''J-.fi' .T 12 Treasarer it Iroprielor. 1UEubsthbets hare ruinecl by tb4I''all iNIihW"mineral pcepsrotlooa IicTo f f.the v dar1k1 -, .
; or r eoostanily hand a of the day; win hear. both mtja .....D..
ii. : October, Itth, 1838. 10-tf .L complete assortment of LKATHERsaiUbIe wiueu that tea U/e Mediclnee .
I Ai"'' .. I.,.. .. for Gin Band ftaroeu ,sad seth only 1 tie'tbe true coarse tar | .. if
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., / ." wAialvtrtfl. lee o&tMC.flsy THE Inheribfr harini'determined to leave HAIR,for Plastering.o'iant.upplysL1M and ._1 COlll ; .,
,,,.ctHt. O) .: i ..IiI r asia infonscltHsMflo.a Territory of F1 ri4aeflrs hUpUotatloa low fbceaah in 411 of. which,t tfaey/o&r GENERAL Pile; injiarwe ANt IN S
( or exchange far hides theft EMARZSUL&T1YETthI.
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