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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 9, 1839
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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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this. inpfrUfit twanth of Jueatkwu v Friday Dec who U duly atthorited to settle the same. l.lIJOTIC&.ia hereby fitm usat the pnNks t*Jet finch ,. moved to reconsiJertho.yoie, r on bl11 .be.nt- tin i j.Mr.
J let, lt 3So, the epftitr of .Ad .ro..aad Clinton portion of the land, ordered on the 11th .
SfrectJ,'up MaJrs. dir cUy above Jr.Seattle's or (-,.* 1838-lf Wm.P. H.P. HARLY GORMAN., day of October Ian to be held at the Land Office in lled-an'aci! 4 ; ) t'o'tmeod' : an act'lo' thcorporafe J t' the-. 'city' of' Sfi Au4uattflep2s8ed I if g'S. rz '8c1i

8. The St. Augustine, in East Florida on Monday the 3d ; on'yeuerday. 1 f 'u' :
F. business will be contined .
IetMr.. kIvor4bvin drreted about ei ht entire ntand where a general oitment of roods at the old be inst. at dian not have been offend at- the date of 'On motion erf Mr. Wright,The'resolution! 'before offered by bin ''" 'hi; "ij fiuM 1' l'

trt, t. p TiT1g i iMtraetipn in tti important found at all Lime Wm. P. GORMAN.may the receipt of this notice at say ., is deferred io increase the number'f Senators. WTSS' taken from the table and the hen t-J ...twbhd.i4zP I\a I j .
Lrs.nch1 be fitUcn Mcas-if he shAll be able io sat- until,and will comnrenee on Monday, the 4th day .;; : ,_11
iat'y1he mOlt lanruine expeditions or lhoee who NOTICE. of March Delt. placed amongst the orders oft .y. Tb "ln1j id tthff IJ .. '

ns,j be diipoMd to placethemselvTs under hit in- A GENERAL meeting of the stockholder 01| Also that the public sale of lands ordered to be On motion of Mr. Berlhel l,"-resolutions before offered by ---..

'tractioBi.TVjsJ .. the Union Bask of Flor.da, will be held at held at the same place on Monday' the 17th in. him in reference to the Union Bank,"Iras taken from the table and MR. BEaTfIELOTSML1ON8.a '

for a eouru of SS Lessons, $1 5, payable their Banking House in the City of Tallahassee on and H deferred until and will commence on Monday ordered for to-morrow .: .* .Je .Rts J-.b.,1i&Jw 't9''B "I.Jt t. ..dDb.Legtsiativs :
i ia advance. the first Mjndy in February next to Director the 18th day of March next.
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On motion of.Mr. Duvnl. the resolution before offered bj him to OOW :4f*h. 1.f II
Unlimited caom $30. *for the eUEl1inr year and for other purposes. A particular description; will hereafter be given c
Houn for instruction for gentleman, from 9'.to JOHN PARKHILL.Cnshier. of the tracts and townships, the sale of which will divide the Territory, was taken from the orders, oflbe day and laid. eoxmaittee"of tb Senate)Mid.H' ? J '
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10 A.M. Ladies fi'tm 2 to 3 P. M. aod from 7 to Dec. 22 1838. gftf be deferred until the 4th of March aeit, pursuant on the table. 'l* iofinstTlatiQg.a fi
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to this notice. I > 4. vof -
i Ereni\1i. Piano Forte lUnsfci Mr. Dunl offered the following resolution, wiz : Resolved, Thai fr ( L .

iiVJaguisHrd N.B.-Mr.individuals A. bat rc,mmeudaiu'different>nt from of many the FOR: SALE at the Jewelry Store of Mensrs. ton, this Given fifth-uncer day my December hand,at the, 1838.City of Washing I!the committee on tbe state of tbe Territory instructed to inquire ffl'. d'.irt ili r: D D"f W

U. 5. that CIA be teen at his Writing Room part,on ap- -_ It Nuitz, formerly J. Gerard M.VAN BUREN. into the propriety and necessity uf providing by law for the appointment "2 l ResoIYPd fitj i. Tli i'i ff na M o

pliatinuIteffTences.Rev.' FIVE DOLLARS REWARD. By the President: of weighers .cotton. and guages of liquors at the neVeral the.Senate and .three oftba Howe of .

Joihua Koowle O. W. STRAYED from Lake Jr.ksoo, on Thursday Commissioner JAMES WHITCOMB, ports in this Territory, and for the several .towns iD-tbe'iaftlf"nd fey the pnrposd oTbetter aseettalifiaj- V

Hatchioi. _ _ _ ( .a small BAY MAREone *bite of the General Land Office. that they have l leave to report by bill or otherwise, which was read. committee hirVe Jetrwift' 1oJ.eo f4D& L :

T B. BULL, & CO. Have juti i.cwvcd'tf fore toot long tail shoes on her fore feet, and a PROCLAMATION: Mr. Marvin gives notke tbat be will on :some..future Uy inlroxiuce ploy.of raid bankf) to *H and.a Ut per .hii> Geneva,. and ocher arrivals, B *eneralin first rate saddle hor,e-also a blaze in l Iter fare, By the President of the C. s. .
a bill to be entitled tract to provide (or I bo of inquiry and JOTcstSgapoaii.ndi. 'nment,fthe mo ''Uack\ brown,mixed and fancy Clotlu| C.ss nlereh, and all expenses paid to whoever will return said REN, President of th. United States of Amer pilots, and to prescribe the roles of pilotage at Tampa Bay.' LeJi laljye.Couneil at a,..ty| fCa.NJI": Nts tidt 1Iidid.

Testin*II, &(. "hick they would be pleased to makeup mate to the subscriber at L ike Jacbon.JONATHAN I C', do hereby declare and make known that a pub Mr. Mill, from the committee on the state of the Territory. to 3. Rwolyed, That said_ qmmbee) *
for h.-ir rnstomers. They having been selected MOUNTAIN. Ho SALE will be held at St.
Augustine,in the Territory whom was referred a bill to authorize George Frederick Hamilton ticolarly: -
vrith great care from the latest New York Imporxf.ioiin D.-e. 29. 1838. 29 3t of Florida un Monday the fifth of No *
Uy and Louis Schmidt to dispose of real estate and other' The names,of the stockholders the jionberrf tfeartt P-
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cannot Tail to pi. ase the most fastidious.KE NOTICE vember next, for lh, disposal W the public land- property in '. I-MwU J
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PY M VDE CLOTHING. within the limits of the undermentioned townships lottery, report said bill without amendment ; on motion tbe bill .iras by- each r-, the amount Tent ttjeacltii pleo&tt.oMtloau .

tlLcrte! Hat k, blue, and fancy colored drab coats, T DE Co-nartncr hip heretofore existing undertbefirmofTAFT.HOLT and fractioni! townships in the east Florida land placed among the orders of to-day. IF.''The namneitzbdr. ci r aud iVniouot 1n flJ
Frocks d.L ,. & CO., at St. district, to wit: The lafO .r i' t'h..tf1 f liiiJb d.
Mark, is this day dissolved by rnuunl tesolution of tbe House, in relation to the boundary linn of p1djeot
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L Superfine blue, blnck brown, drab, anil mixed All person having Recounts, 4-c. with said Firm North of the base line and east of the meridian. that Territory was again rend, on motion to lay aid resolution on 2nd On nftrlgage df latfe tn JS1&1. .'ttt. .
Over-cent l'ilot cloth, d<>. Beaver do.Mohair do. I Fractional townships one, two, three,four,and Cv e 1.
D.ankci do. are requested to settle them with G. G- Holt and : [east oSL Mary's river of the table the yeas and nays were called by Messrs. Bertbr lot and 3rd On cdiet" 'itift D1 1 t-'JJ1ln wIlL
1 M:: ,] range twenty-three.
Fine, 1 bli k and cm. Pjnts, Fancy cnlocfd cd George to cosc! the lerofaaiJ same. firm, who S are S TAFT duly authoris ,Townships one, two, three and four, and fractional : Wright, nnd were yean-Mr. President Meters. 'BaiieyVDuval, .,The amoom'of Territomlowb! atabaB.1Jd ctJi" t

Dark J. ll PI lid(k Ribl ell do.Spa ngled Doeskin do G G HOLT. township five, of range twenty.foor. Hiwkiny, Mills, Walker and Wright, 7 nays-Messrs. Berthelot funds-whether any and..i.D.a ul a.L.a. LJ.or ._Msd'1

C"iumnit Casii.,) of all 1 colors, fine blue,mixed, GEO: MILLER. Townships. one, two, and three, of rarre twcn'yfirc. and Marvin 2. So said resolution was laid on the table. bank papet or: notes; or'other:4ep cialfd'fott4jtnj'JIV. "Lii Cl o,

and Kentucky F.mry S.ulinelt.lo.JcaiiR d. i St. Marks, September 2-1, 1838 7-2m Township, of range twenty six. The Senate went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled Whether any and what amount naa'J.borrQrdo! 1J

Dniible un I single brea-tcd Cloth rest t,, Super- I the THE Business of Holt v..lllm future be rarnet00 under Fractional townships one, two three, and four, of] an act for tile relief Calhoun county, Mr. Mills in the chrir, after bank on ;its! own bonds and for what purpose f '. J.'Y,4J"J, Jj iI

I1e41trkil'c' Velvet tlo. Plain black and blue Satin i name 4Miller. G G HOLT.GEO'.MILL.. range twenty-a ten.Frartionaliownships some time spent in it* consideration, tbe committee rose and reported I T. What amount of bank notes..baa been. Uaued, Dd.. Ii
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do. Fin' famed do. (JI.cy figured do. I one, two, aDd,three, of range the bill to the Senate without amendment and beg to be discharged cubtion T ,
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY twentyeightFractional i : "tJ Iii
Coonil V Jeliti: '8. of superior quality Fancy FOR I
t"omnd tkrec from its further consideration ; on motion the bill was referred VI. What amount is due to other banks? .
Silk do 'o clmli Velvet,-F-ur fancy Thibet,- SALE. townships ono, of range 1
colo eJ -iIk Velvet.-Fancy figured do.-superior Valuable Property situated on Monies twentynine.South to the committee on the tate of the Territory.An .VII. What amount U .dtie"to_ depoaaoVa tVIII. ,

<;ttt i y aid: aest slyle! cut nilk VeWei do. THAT t, at the South West corner of Washington of the base line and east of the meridian act to incorporate the town i-f Newnansville, was again read Whether the.bank baa established; aDl"incflpl l

A mp-rinr quality nf Ladies Cloth, Meiino, square is offered at priv.ue sale. The Township sir, of range eighteen. and ordered for to-morrow. : ofNew York, for'the redemption t of:ft.fnH or!I.f Vf :

Thibet, nd diuask Cloaks. Buildings: arc at present occupied by Mr. Davis Townships five and six.of range nineteen. The SCiatevent into committee of .the whole on a bill entitledan I certificates depo8tte f If so, ., what ralcrf Well ti .f*
Children* Germ in Jarkets and Pants. Confecticner, Knowls & Hot hinl:11 tke Watchman Townships one, two, three, five, and six, of ranc .* '
be entitled crime and deemed hoot wlwtber 1
Merin > C.avnts, black: Italian silk t!., superfine Printing Office the U. S. Quarter Master. twenty. act to an act relating to misdemeanors or purchased .Dj. .
an il'cJ' do.Liirun approved February 10th 1S32 Mr.: Bertbelot in the chair after bank were engaged such purebas ad; J -r.
Geo. & E. Lir, nbur r'r. and /A. BertheoUr'! ,E-q. Townships one, two three, and six, of range twcn- ,
all.1 l a Ik Pocket Handkorcl.ief-. The situ ttion for busfness: it onr of the mo.t eli ly-one. some time spent in its consideration the committee! rose and report( or dirtctormade; uae of tbe funds of the bank '.i'J&.aa baewe&v

;Co tun niul 1\'ool'u..hirt! and drawers. Cloth do.n's fibleillthe City. Apply tn WM. P. DUVAL, Fractional township one,townships two,tim er ur, sd said bill amended aud concurred in. from the bank 1 .,: ,:J .,'n9 U'1
,1. C lidr"n: dl.Oak''nll .
Nov. 10 .I4if| Alt in fact of Dr. Ch Haire five and six, of rango twenty two.
The House transmitted to the Senate a which was laid IX. The total am tnt of bilU discounted runuingteIstStocknoses
1'I'\I.d.I.I.i.! mldr: Boots.l'ii message
: 6upcrfinl four five l
Towiuhips one,two,three, and six, oC!
,. Ii'll U.n1irrlln D. AUSTIN & CO. r. t'go twenty three. on tile table for the tin o.Hin "._.... ....
Ni1tfl d"tli..r nil telt -l'plit.. W O LU inform the citiztns of Tallahassee Townships one, two, three, four, file, nnd six, of Excellency tbe Governor, by lira private Secretary Mr. 2nd Other note, -.
1. '" .n.\! vicinity that have taken the 1
they store
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"perfine P.uiladelp4ti.t made
.a.b' I'.,r lIa:.. r'fhit'nI I on Main Streetlateyocupted' : by I). C.Vil.on, Townships range twenty four. three four Cic and Copeland, sent to the Senate a message which was laid on tbe table 3rd Bill or.xchaage. 4 e' .
two six ol
Mtnt fill- bilk, wo.>lrn, Mnrino: nnd C'.tton Ho- Esq ,where they are LOW opening' a complete assort iane twenty five. , (for the time. X. The total amount r bills:and notes Tying over and iflderjioeif."

fcicry.I.innrn. mrnt of Rjrh WATCHES, Jewelry. Silver Fracti-nal> one of rane tW"III-lIillC., On motion the Senate adjourned until to-morrow 11 o'clock. XI. Th total amonnt of bins and notes id suit.xl "'..;.

"ol'nr nnd ,'!}! and Plated Warf, Cutlery, Fnnry articles, fcc. At the same place in continuation, rorriinencinjj !. The real 1 estate held by said bank ii bcidwi4a

ilroid Cloths! ('n.simeri-., Satinet! a Id: Y uteiO'S..r whch theyfffer on a? rood terms as they can be on mondny thy nineteenth t 111 .lc-c"riPtinn. 17 tf. purchased in this country. for the disposal 1 of the public i tmU within the limitsof ;
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._ Law-Partnership.Til1 i'..rt'. nal attention given to Watch repairing, the undermentioned; t<>wi ships r.nd fractional WEOKBSDAY, February 6, 16S9. XIII. What amount of debts due are co .fed do06t 4biI

*% I.I\\ Pilr'.nhil' lierctoto'e ex'fcting ..-. which (ro-n lung experience they can assure .be townships, to wit The Senato met pursuant to adjournment and yesterday's proceedings with adseriptivelist nf tbe snroe and the amount of such 4&t*.: -lathe .
public: will be iliino first-rate
,- n WM. P DUVJL and .the Honorable flatter thenuelvcs that in by linn due manner.nt'entiow They i South of the base line and e.a: of the meridian. were read. -j' XIV. What has been thereto of excbangv.in cbarpod _"l

KICIJAUU C. ALLEN, (tin* been diss .lrfd byjhe basinets, with a desire to please, to receive a share in .That rart township eleven, east of the Suwanne Mr. Marvin a krd leave of the Senate to lay befoie Ihe select New Orleans and the Nor them Atlanbc'ci: r ." :
ipi; .intll"lt.nod r the United Mate, of the latter, .f the public patronage river,of range fourteen. committee to whom was referred tbe memorials of the inhabitants of suspension specie and wbatiqiotm&received
a. 3 Jud:. of tor Superior Court for F.V.rda.W Taliahasvg; Novi'mlxr Townships t len, eleven, and tweve: of fifteen. Monroe payments, .
17. 183R. |A range and Dade counties, certain positions taken in relation to for the
.. P. I'UVAL. k. V/m. II. BROCKEN. ____ Townships ten, t"lcYI'n,and twM-e,of range sixteen such premiums exchange since spsisLxv ft
BitOUOH "re now BURociaied as partners in the .H"I'NERSWP. ,I Townships' tea, eleven, twelve, anJ thirteen, of the subject matter of paid memorials, which was granted. : What amount specie ha* the bank in 1tsultj4iJz:
pr4c of I.? w. TufiM -idinrniTalUhHS.rr' THE Fu!criber h.ne entered into partnership range seventeen.Township The Senate. went into consideration of a bill entitled aa act to have been taken towards resumption- 'pfipecie iamenta 'I

fi l ttcr' nl ilflnwn ..f Appnlirhicitli. Win. P. thufirni of J. B, BULL &- CO nul seven, and fractional townships eleven amend an act entitled ",an act relating to crimes and misdemeanors," steps a ,- !u -\I b: a.
DII'.I! wii: aticrul he c"urt (.(Appeals and the Su- : wi'l carry on ihe business of MERCHANT TAILORS and twelve, (west of Airedondo'tf claim,] and Feb. atm early day ; \ f
fiiir" tnii' in I i-on, Jcireikon Gndrden, Frank bath i io this I lace and the city of New township thirteen, arrange t htee.l. approved 10th, 1832. XVI.. What amountof property>roortp y Irk. Arrangements hive been made fur con. Mr. Walker offered the rotl win add t onallectioD B* jjLfurmei : -
lin. '' a !
Ca'"un Count ev. ML Brockenbron
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,wiliatLellti! Utaciii.rt of Appe.1. m
t'furl"or.l"rks"n. .' } Cnl run and Le<.n ingi, etc. and a I.ire askortm of Ready Made al township t elve, [south Arredoudo's claim,] i misdemeanors," as imposes the punishment vf lashes an.l stripes XVII. Whether any and "bat dividend bJ been faadeisT&fitt ,

(0"1111"5. n' ",. P. DUVAL. late Clothing the., and cur they are and now the prepared in to arc
r omen public,
W.V. H.nROCKENBROUGH any Townships seven and eight, fractional townthip I its adoption the and were called by Messrs. Walker and the 11
stockholders?
called foi in tbt-iriine. One the.pirtneis Mr. nine, (Inorth of A'rrdotd c"aimJ] fractional yeas nays < # *
Nil\_ _n_M.'1KW.: -16-6m- Waile, residinp in New Y'.rk. will cnal.lc tln-m to township twelve, (south of that claim,] and! township i Hawkins, and were yeas-Messrs. Hart, Hawkins, Marvin and X V Ill- Whether. the management of the affair' 01,.**#}.Jftafci

A LI. onsiiiilebi.d- otice. execute all order promptly and on the n>ost rca thirteen, of range twenty. ; Walker, 4; nays-:Mr. President, Messrs. Bailey, Bert Wot., Duval! said bank has violated or departed.from tbe le.rms. f j jta! charter! 7
'ffr ;it DANIEL McREANYrSL onableterms. J. R. HULL I
the Tuwnshipo even and cibt, frncti'-nnl township and Mills, 5. So it was rejected-said bill wa amended aud ordered Which were read. *
Jung 183 i firm of Mr-
WADE
).eLr and the HENRY nine, (txvth of Arrednndos' claim J fractional; I
RAEN'Ya d II' WES tlnrins! theyars 137 and Tallahassee N.\. 17.1838. 15 township twelve, (south of Arredomlo's claim.] I to be engrossed for to-morrow. .
11:I* ar. en ified that iinmcdime' fmynient mu t be NEW GOODS. and township thirteen, of range twenty one.Townshipsseven The Senate went into committee of the ufaole on a bill to be on- .

."".ie it iie! 'lh"'r.IJer) vr\\n\\ is duly authoriz d to r. UFo subscriber gives lire to bin friends and : and eight, and that part of townships titled nn act constituting a board wardens, commissioners of pi HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE

rrc-!. r I'i.winr.J FKANCIS 11\\VES.n. JL the public, that he hal uk-n the wore on the I nine, ten, tlevcn and twelve, lying east of olage and commissioners wrecks for tbe ports St. Augustine and TUESDAY, February 6th, 1839. ,
c 1'11-t corner opposite of Mes.r5. G\n.ble & Reid, where Arrc 'oado's claim,and wnsip thii t&en, of rnngo The House beii
--- Jacksonville, respectively, Mr. Marvin in the chair; after sometime met pursuant adjournment? a qaonco
p. GEEARDIID.VIM.sTU.VrOR \ i I has opened fresh lot of goods, a iuit: which twenty-two.
I. 4 I.the e.-tv! of T. Gtrar- lloe may be found Townships !seven ei:ht. nine, ten,eleven, twelve,I spent in iu consideration the committee rose and reported the present, tbe journal ol yesterday's proceedings wasretd. "

1'1 1m, I avitie nl.J! 1 "it tie ontir.- Nlwk j in trade !I Sattinctts, Brown sheeting, and thirteen,of range twenty-thrrr. bill amended ; \\hich was coucurred in and said bill ordered for to- The Senate sent to this house, sundry bills'-for -caocsmsce '
t S Me." .. I1r'anlllll'} N'l; \\lir l will continue at 1 "ownthips seven, eight,nine ten, eleven, twelve
morrow.
Bleached do. which the orders
Prints for to ea'
Fancy were placed dayJ
tiei.I! I J Stun.! among
and thirteen of four.
iesp--rttully-ro' RI H! loOac jxrsons range twenty
'tha't"a"ywt.tdl: a or j.*cl.-v l't: lor repair FurnUures, White Cambricks, Townships seven, :bt,nine, ten, eleven! twelve, Tbe resolution( before u &red by Mr. Mills instructing the committee On motion of Mr. Blackburn-ordered.that the ',bt"tbii

that they '.' ill lin-l them by calling &t the saireP Col. do. French Muslins, Fancy and thirteen, ot range tw nry.fi\e. on judiciary to take into consideration "bat additional Hall for the present evening be extended to Dr. $aCl i
-ce, where uNiall iho.e \\ho hire arrears to set- The sales will each be kept open for two weeks provisions are necessary to enforce the proper returns of executor
tl* 'ill pU-an cnll Ulo01I F. Otr.irtSin. who will : Handkerchiels V e tings, &c. (unlers the land tire sooner disposed )) and no loner and administrator, &c., was read and adopted. for the delivery of a lecture on Phrenology.Mr. .

"''lIlinn''l'. k-ep k: nffice th
Njz.indat2th._ 1838. !G3mrinilOS. Gents fine Water hips so offered will be admitted until after the expiration bill amend the the ..qfSL
Boots proof a to act incorporating City
--- of
into the
of the to propriety providing
Law Notice. i of the two weeks. Thee will be excluded I state Territory enquire '

II. DU V \L. Att rneynl L"' w. will Do. Seal do. Legaitcr do. Calf ted for the use schools, military! or other purpo. weighed of cotton and guagers of liquors, &c.t was again reed and Joseph. 3 r

JL pucu-v in all: th Court JVtddl .'Iori..t Brogans, Kid do. Calf shoe, Kid S e5, ale t l.inds covered by private confirmed claim. depted. Mr. Blackburn pursuant to previous notice

'. The drawing of Deeds, U n'h, jklnrtars, Do. Fine Seal and Morocco pumps. surveyed claims or unsurvcyed and which lands to which private The resolution of Mr. Wright increase the number Senators, taiaed leave to introduce a" bill entitled 'AY1Ct"* *11
have been
alledged not
and .ther! I in are yet
Irgal: "trn nditi irompJy *t tended
OIl l: in th" tame r.. ,TI occupied| by VVm. I'. Du.to. ALSO confirmed by law. togett er with all quarter sections tad again read and laid on the table uutil to-morrow. former acts, levying a Territorial tax, *j

,...1 l. Ofldf the Union Bank.r28h Ladles fine Legaiter boots, and fractional sections which may be cut thereby, The resolution of Mr. Berthelot in relation 10 an enquiry into the which was read, laid on the table, nnd 50'Mr. ,copte

N"v"mh lJ3ft.! -16 Morocco and Prunello Bootees and therefore made 'o require new subdivisions affair of the Union Bank of Florida, were again read : Mr. Mills McNeill to previous noticeJi
when such claims bLall have txtn surveyt d. pursuant ; .
A Teacher Wanted, Fine Red slippers, Morocco and Given under my hand at the City of Washington called for the reading of a resolution before offered by him to refer leave to introduce a bill entitled "An .actto; 'icO.e'*t' tbe

:i* nIlE trustees of the Pleasant Grove Academy Kid'shoes Seal and Calf bootees. his fourteenth day of July, anno Domini the above resolutions to Ihe committee on banks. Alachua which read &e' '
-l is d kirous of en:.\:int the services of some : IKW. Bi: VAN BUREN. Mr. Duval moved to amend the resolutions of Mr. Berthelot by Academy, was r'Mr.
f.rof.Vinin: : :; Purchasers are respectfully ao1 ctcd to call and.
rood Eng'.ieh and CUsf.i- the President
possms B" reading on to-morrow .
r examine thr subscribers stock uf he intetxii adding the Life and Trust Company at St. Augustine the bank ofPensacoia
goods
Kducaion! io ta* .- Oozier presented th. petition of the e:
acUing low fur each. and tbe bank Jacksonville) which was agreed to and
"rly a, j p..ii.lc. For further information, call Co tmivsioaer of the General Land Office *
I pin the tubtc.'iber' lit his resMencr.W. A. B. CRANE.Dee. 1 tbe revolutions referred to the conuniueo oa Banks. Parish, dec. asking leaWto.emanrlpate cWtaln ltoM

If. CA8SELS, Secretary. 1,1838. IStlTR : The President In id before the Senate a communication from tbe was: read and. refeir 1'to the :committee'DO'.. J* 4&JJStAl"

p4en.int Grovr, DeratuT Ce. Gco. k tL; from the t>ui>*mber last Sunday. NOTE BY TilE COMMISSIONER.U chairman of the PtockboWcrs of the Union Bank of Florida, as follows Terntory-'withleaveto; irriortbybalor-.1- r.** *.. '"..7Oi
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Dec nth, 1838. My only horse, a little blue speckled gray, is understood to be in contemplation to e&labisb a'iresolation tJdl Wasted i1
Between sorrell and a bey. a cordon military post across the Peninsulaol : Mr. Brett offered J

RECEIVERS: NO net He is ahoHt the sire of a eommnn fiat, Florida, at a considerable distance to the south At a meeting of tae stockholders of the Union Bank of Florida, School lands.which was read and ordered, (of

THE subscriber having been duly appointed And is almost dead for corn and oats. of the land. proclaimed for the protection of the held nt their banking !house in tho city of Tallahassee, on Monday ''
-i"'r of the Court of Chancery, Leon Has a sober gait and a gentle walk. frontier, which will afford nn ample opportunity to to-morrow.
(V unty, Mid Jle District; of Florida in the case of And when ho draws is sure to balk, urchasers, prior to I he sales,to examine tIle lands; the,4th,day of Feb. 1839, the following resolution was adopted, viz : Mr. B riitt from the

lit I)' Ci>wr, ..lnii wratrix: of Ifui. Center vJonu He has three sores on his back, Ihe name of a large pot lion of which is reprrs nlcd as being very Resolved, that the chairman o communicate both branches of the red the petition oMFHo&W

: B. Kcn, hereijr gives notice to a'.l 1 person I of all I cannot tell valuable. Legislative Council that the stockholders of the Union Bank ol 1 -_.tt. rii-'e 'i .i*
indebted, tu the laic firm of Center and Keen, on : 1 An act to divorce Alary A. TOra 1owaru rro
it called affairs this
But do believe the middle one a na Florida,1 desire that an investigation into.the of bank (as
Note, Buo.1, Boik Account, ormherwtM, that they rat galL NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. provided for in our charter) be forthwith instituted. Howard ;" 'which 'repxirt'

are required to make immediate payment to the i If any one should chance to flnJ Every person claiming right of preemptionto read..and ordered fi Xi&
anb*. THOS. BROWN '
:jber only-anj Qutiee is also given to all perms Signed.t ,
This noble horse of mine any of the lands designated to the above proclamation
ntl
tvba II m now, or was at the time of the death Take off the saddle and torn loose.horse I is requested to prove the same to the satia- Chairman.' A bill entitled An act in aiditi -eae

of W. Center, in pOlleN oa of any go*)*, warn For he will not pev the oeu raslionofilie JZegi'ter and Receiver of the proper Whirh was read and referred to the committee on banks. several ads in relation 'ioithneand ccdthr
merchandize, IItU.bonds boka of cetmni,or any M. WIGGINS. land office, and make payment therefor as lOOn as Herckiah lb. ordered beA'preanXble '*'-' .
other .said Aa act bribe relief, of VVyncoop pisaed by to efl is wr aO-1tOruw.
the
city whatsoever, belonging te
proj Jan !* IKW. t4tf practicable after eetag this notice, in order that ) % tt
lhmlther f.r:with deliver the tame to the STBAYED'-On-STCLEN.) -' the claim may be adjudicated by |L ao officers Mouse and sent to the Senate, on. yesterday,, was read aud ordered and resblutioli' V sng an.

uaderi fned, in obedience 0 tbe order of Court. agreeably t] law, in die time print to the day appointed for to-morrow. Also an act to incorporate the Protestant EpiscopajChurch repair of the Court Hc SWk1I4I1 '
cbesnut
irAN or about the 15th Deo mb'r lasi,a .
\V M. HILLLfRD. for the commencement of the C ) '
I public sa'e'i at Jacksonville. Also an act to incorporate trusteel -
Sorrel PONEY. sii .r t..enyea.oldlon and
"Dee. 8, 1833-18 R ceiver. mane\W and tail, left hind foot a little tvraedM, a sad and all claims not duly made known and paid for 'uf tbe Calbouu.Academy in the coun.ti.f Madison." Also an An engrossed; biO'-fltl
rpior to the date aforesaid are declared by law to
77 IN JUSTICES COURT. die mat k on the rirht side of hi back recently from 'OTICE is hereby given, tail tbe public Sale act for the ielief of John R. Stanley. G. Davis was read thr th1J ________
Ii Magnolia District Leon County.-Attachment Ean Pedro. Any informatiei will thankfully re .1. of Lands ordered by Proclamation of the The Senate went into committee of the whole on a bill to author- wcrs& _
r&Xi) veiv.dand five-lollart reward will be paid on re- its
u xi 1st DccenlbeilB38. President of the baited State, dated 14th Schmidt required on passage,
Ab.. sd reasonable .is h tarn ot said Pose
& HaUl v. Edward Seine. 1838,to be held at the Land Office at fit. 4ng si nerman 'Blackbtini Blotint1Brv1-Ernt -
Mr. in the- chair ,
Returnable ISu ZACHEdLfH ROGEUS.NEuBOCSFOaSALE. iral estate_and other property' by lottery. Wright ;
, January 9, to Justice Byrds tine,Florida A co Mondaytba afth day of November ;
Coert. $ 1839 IMe consideration the committee Dlir-'Duv4 Peguson, ,
JrnZ
TUabaswt., next,U declared to be deterred nOil, awl will after some time spent in its .rose and
THE defendant and all etlter interested in commence on Monday, the THIRD day of.DECEMBER reported the .bill and asked leave to sit'again which was'concuned M NeU1I,

of rue will lake notice of UM institution WILL b. sJMwn and fur salt in TaUthassce next : also, that the public sale;ordered in. ': .
the above wit by allachtae. and are required sce,'on.HOlIday the 4ti day of Febrnary, by the lame'Proelamation; to be held at the vAn _
10 act to incorporate town Kewnansville was read a third I. So said bill is passed, c
appear and plead to the same renrdiajr to III"; OM buftdred and'thirty''fire uejroee; a. game office, on Monday the nineteenth day of No ? *
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AEIIGAU hALL theca, blacksmUM, eaTptoteraftl4 umber nest, is deferred until and will commence tilDe by its title! ,and passed; ordered tht be title be as above/, I A resolution cotlcerning the i v roh

T&tlahti8 18-.L e, Dee. 3, IB3 -Plaimtifc '.tooL andboUM MrraaUl which:iwil oo Holiday tile Mveateeth day of December n :. : The Senate went into seoet "aeision:oo' !the follaw ag,.apmisatkms ,1 yesterday b? Mr. BfeTt vrak 'iorju t1 rdbi

- oo reasonable terms for eaah..HUGHES Give coder my band, at tbe City of Wa4iD,. of his Excellency the Governor,aeptj.th.r enaltuayeser-> ble' *' ftM n rn ( )1tDtt21
thi.ll I th day of October, l s.JNO. .< -
tUAB,1', ascXLUCTOCIC. ,&fA PATTERSON. : ton, 11. dsyviz : t I X. i f .
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Carol Adrns petition Leon County court. Jant6l- Actln commissioner of the; General l Land OEce
10r Dower. ; : tt k .. XECUTlt OF.FICEt. I
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1VOTICE .. -.uu.b 3j1849. ,
iaberc.by CIYft'f.tb6'' tlut- said :. ,n, Jb. U' J I
iJ. .Pctuon for d.w i' ; ..Af I NEW CfiOCERt AND --PROVISION :0.18 Utf'ol"I1t.e. r.ftJOC(eo.rtdl J.J'f. J
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.SC John J. :; il' ;8TOBfc' K4il ,' .- .. .. .. .- ---a J 1
jdeC.ndthaUhc A.miC will be|"ard and .IIi. w ". G. WtlCwd 1 '. d ; John \ieBgw.U': iJ '
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waintter
'. e4 ".\ : : Gun JII f | &ereb/4 < i iI rewards to tbe most
lit the .ext M arch'Term of'aid COlin fl' I AttaduJ165.00_ . 1 Kirk.ey, oppose the. I rli.4' ..: .,
-0r4.:! "w# ..tf : A1fre.lE"&II."t", ". 1 'AD10tRINOKttrI'Ir .' fl/Babtawn, Jacob .ILobinsoV 8.n t ..s&pbssaai1owsid'Janit : ?'i '( .tfi1lT IS'S J .

J Yllmber t _. 'f _, 1&.4, III\Uo-rODMaI.. eJJ others iWtNsUA.rm I ,23 bbIm.saperdss Flour. 11 )sw1nd 4. ; H W4ImMcsIr. I\I, .., .. ..... 1,11:0 of : .,
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Ia'm 1 dJo'rament was read I'J Its E I, aG-, clt fII8td .-. .' I.,
I.. na'l jim. t- .t
bA .r to pay to tlfflondentoorf __
lyeas .
,. ;, 4LflAUEE. 4IDA: ., ii1r_. half 0 n fr the Mr. I'rui nt. ....
tif his.'RJ from the Senate reaeetinP fl:1.II II ib ,!. ; or p"" p1 I,. Nor ,ftin;'ti tfzeief.
the 'Y" y toCoagrea for\a special act, defining'ppjtCTS ,IIi s ckti D ., 1$ !.to stop here but to enlarge ..: r.-t.| =, 1 = d

: pf the retpective Houses of the Brett-Ft e.e IIIII JeDcku.MdAod-PI '. aud make us ali farther 'ttovcrtkj oft i/I, didMtVi'Sit,
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taken fre *table and read, and Tabor, Tradewell, and Wilfiam, 13, so said bill ,n, passed,, .4 WOE. a.tb..rired I* anocsth the Bank of Peiuacpla,* to ther.edtLVe a- the Mojaet is too momentous lrlk nsttrtet*of'

AKi-JI:4 ,1d rie&keiy > ._ odcrLJM4jij Ic !sued. w-- .' cgAr.t81 an DOtnlca'Ciiaui >. Ie- this,country, are too, deep ecficeVsed 'G

TliitResale retaraedlto this House a bill eotHled I""An act lo..ulmfpiih ,A bill entitled "An act to repeal ,a1t (ormer. acts, kvyiag. -aA dectjoa.' Despite V:. nut CoafreM ,agpd:Tnm .Corn-pun f to an amount any one to rcsuin'uamoveJtion. 'JtaF e.,

ill:Acadeary Mkkasukie Labjb.collDtlf erriioriayag..and for,o ther..t..fr, ,_tabkl. tfmlW.;if FferUa. obthfn to b*.T I:! :.-8:" : :" uid been .
I.rLthe Trestees thereof passed without The House went into committee thereon, after sometime the con at Ui. Ume'of ii iiWtfoa/ .' to oar eltastiluent. 1 'II,ip..icNi afti1feW-.on&

--11'il..t th IS ordered to be enrolled.to .- mittee, rose, and Mr. Tabor, chairman therefrom( reported said ,rv. ,- T ...r. "/, ?. I these three million of bond,>jriftt more to'say, aJMIidl..ro ..'. Whii1b dWr8

,'ft.-. ".eat this'House m bill entitled II An act to anthorite bill to thellonse, with all but the enactingclausestricken out, Wo are Indebted, tq'the Hoc Cbwlem. v ewe indignantly been the reply ied Would and refused ifta,.the:i pot for D.or eoofinanjmyself Congrrn m-It-I tatbalraetknaionev I

the Governor to locate one qutrter section of 'land, &c.," which report was concurred in by the House, so said bill is lost. I a ooiaber of valuable public docaawnU: ; I en. it U well known, would hare been'I am My- proposition 'goes ar&etv aid

rMca rirai read and 50 copies ordered to be jnted.j The nominations received from the Governor were concured ia. ceivei. 'denied to direct application, contemplates! actioo: .bfryour S atw LejuUtuie -

ftlleotSde3M. ; An act to!incorporate the city of St. Aujruiaetadlrepeal The Senate returned to this House, passed on the 6th Feb. indirectly obtained a. by other means in case Congress either dt dines to.actor

tbeaejs: now in force incorporating the said 1836, a bill entitled ".\11 act to incorporate the town of New- Tbe MW hip Gen. Parkbill Capt. I.D. \' and the .Letilatiye.Cou cjl, art>o as sot to,meet the rracoeabl expectation -
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JJY, which'on"motion of'Mr. Jencfcs,was laid on the table. nansville.-which is ordered to be enrolled. arrived St.if arks wi Friday the ht ioat. assumed the power of signing for the of the people. Let.u\ 'ass all

i The HoMeTthes\adjourned; until to-morrow at J2 o'clock. The House then adjourned until to-morrow 12 o'clock. a beautiful nueler ail hundred toni peaceful D"to get rid of the etU,try all

um one hundred and tbirtjroae feet on let us consider this subject of the suitable expedients; if ,we fail .. shall fan

j wMxIIAv: Feb. 6th 1839. SENATE. tj feel bnunand twcalj one feet hold, and in another light. Your Statute Book be driven to the wall and in the extrtatty of
j i rj two iKouMnd balee of cotton. W. filled with bank charter created our position will, be justified in the
"The Hoes art pursuant to adjournment; quorum beiugpre- THURSDAY, February 7th, 1839. adoption
t read. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment aLd the proceedings of her cargo is toady for immediate almost unheard of in.thi..a fertile of such measures as the necessity of Or
the joaraal oTyesterdWs proceedings was
test bare before stated that she ie intended fur a
with right reserved to the situation force
ycterdav were read. banking no may upon us.y
; Mr.. Douer presented petition from Martha Blackwcll. praying between thin and .
packet Liverpool.The .
: Mr. Duval agreeable to previous notice, introduced a bill entitled port to alter or modify them. Many ,.tni Ncyt M tit 'k.
to divorced from her husband Jacob A.Black well which "
An act directing wbere superior courts shall be held in certain ship Geneva, Capt.Hale, will dear are broken; acme them are bought Tau, Meam. A derMa &. BdtlaaiT.tfJeftnoa
,.was ,ead'an1 referred to a select committee. Messrs.. J}iier, counties, which was read. row for Liverpool,with a cargo of nixteeo banks and held until, perhaps, Krd.'firooks, Brown ef Moa& n

Wood. ,Manly, Browne, and Blackburn, were appointed that Mr. B<*nh lot offered the c..uoyjnge.ouuun, yiz : Resolved by bales of Cotton. occurs to dispose of them, or Lao Bard Cooper;.Criealoo, Dna 6snj,

COID (ttec. the Governor and Legislative Council of the Territory of Fbi ida, It it truJj gratifying to every friend of a them are not yet in operation: ac Marvin.Garrison.MeCIoUn Haddock,, Hooper,Jencka,Levy Loaf,
McCuu Mirtia
Mr, Bnrritl moved to appoint a select committee to wait on That the Treasurer of the Territory be requested to pay to the order European trade, to witneM tie interest to the view. of some gentlemen, PirkhiD. Read of Leon. Roche Robim.ParuUtt&.,

the Senate, and ask.of that body to return to the House a bill, of John P.Duval, E qr.,Secretary of the Territory the accounts by oar enlerpri:citiiens- and the r dispoli vested rights dependent upon all of Ta1lor.Thompson, Ward WstU .W. Woteott. -

t e&t&led AD act Jbr the relief of William G. Davis,*' sent I of Editor, for newspapers furnished the Council at the present and try al leaatlhe/ozperiment/ with their own it would be sacrilege in the 5taU White,WiniaaM.Woodward-58. '"
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( fbere for.their concurrence, together with the vouchers and exDibits subsequent sessionc. Also the following: Resolved by the Governor instead of waiting f,t Legislstire aMistaocr. to disturb. What, it may be ask or Nays Jackaon)., BlaaoU Proideat CbtL,AHen. BarUett, Bdlsny

f which accompanied said bill, which aaotion prevailed, and and Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, That 4 bolicvo the experiment cannot fail, at(east TO condition in reference to these Is faJo *.lh1" McJGnnon UcLeoo Fitzpatrick McG, fluster..;J1.-,

.Messrs. Burritt, DuI, and Cooley were appointed that com joint select committee be appointed to contract for the binding and our friends are concerned. In other perceptible, that if your State chin,,Semmee, Stephen*..Vfrif ht, Wyatt.Oa .
: making indexes to the original enrolled acts of the Legislative the tike feeling prevails, and the time IS not attimpt to. incorporate a Bank the&ullllift.

mittee. Council deposited in tbe office of the Si-cretary of the Territory, tsnt.when we shall be able to rely alone on benefit of her citizens, she will be Yeas, Mewr Pmident. Allen, Afldetsoa, &lUzall.
: $r. Gould offered a resolution asking to organite a committee which read. merchant for supplies initrnd of an abject by these of Territorial Bellamy JdTenoo,, Bird, Brooks Brown .r
spectres
r to enquire what laws are in force relative to divorces, Mr.were Wright, from the committee on banks, to whom was referred denee on #qrtkf
which was read and ordered for to-morrow. the resolutions of Mr. Berlin-lot and the communication of the to sell the stock, the ghosts of the Loot, Marvin,McCIeUn MeCaats Martio,

i Mr. Burriu from dIe select committee appointed to wait on chairman of the stockholders of the Union Bank of Florida, made We scarcely think it necessary to notice Bank, the West Florida Bank, the Partridge,Parkhili Eoeb, Robins 8aaehd Ta,.
the had been hat mark of the disappointed gentleman wV Bank lor, Thompson, Ward Watts Webb, Watteott,
the Senate, reported duty performed,-An/d, the following report : the Farmers Bank, tbe Wilisms.Vvod. Woodward.N .
j. iho Senate bad returned lo the House the Bill entitled "An act i I The Committee on Finance. and Banks, to whom were n-ferrcd a his complaints to the public! under tbe Bank, the Bank of Florida, with White j.,, M., Banl,*, Beilany of J *krn.

. t forthrelief of Wm.'. Davis," with the exhibits appertaining communication of the Stockholders of the Union Bank of Florida, "C," in the lut Watchman, aDd who .. will start up to frighten us from our Blount Cabell FitapaLriek.Haddock.IfunI.rMs-

to said bill, which, oa motion of Mr. Duval, of the inviting nn investigation of the affairs of said Bank; and also, certain anxiou that the demands of the Territory / looe. Hay, McKian-in, MeLnui, MeG. ,*!.-
Mr. Brrtbcloi have enforced upon us. It is tery kind in the attention Rail Road cham.Read of Leon, Sema*., SLephe.Wirhf,
Majority OB its $ was ordered to be reconsidered.A Resolutions offered on a former day, by us turn our to .
: ; 38 18.
the honor that of the man to anprite the guardians oft. e law, of *. Will gentlemen undertake Wyatt-ajea flays
bill entitled Aa 'act to incorporate the Alachua Academy4 to report, deeming some enquiries proposedby to say
said Resolutions, to be in conflict with $(' much of the 18th *ec- jury sustained by the Territory,which their there can b4 for the future on From the New Orleans B lletln.
, read tb.e second time aud ordered tQ be
; was epgross- lion flf the Chatter of said Bank, as restrict--: the investigation of a ness hts not been able to discover. Yet we( / Is there pot ia the whoLe FROM METAMORAS.AdTtCMfroM .

ed for to-morrow. committee to I he public accounts and affairs of said Bank ; your remarks are general, that neither himself I unoccupied by some chartered Mexico have been received by the
.r. Brett offered die following resolution on yesterday: committee bavt* proposed, and herewith submit a substitute for said use his own words, ''those more capable," with rights pnhap in perpetuity Kbooner Eliza Ana, arrived at thia port yentarday,

Resolved, That the committee of Schools l and Colleges be Resolution*, embodying all of the original Resolutions, except KOfetich quire any light by the di lo.oure, W. I of all other objecu of a simi The having sailed m the 18th held iustanl poMwcioo from Milamon of Meta-

attracted ,to enquire what better system than the present may / thereof ns proposes au examination of the individual accounts of no dissatisfaction"expreued by the 1 I may be mistaken, but I moras.government but were closely troop besieged by the FwJeraJuU -

i- deviled, of preserving the sixteenth section in this Territory of the customs of the Bunk. Respectfully submitted. the Council public, as In the Li iopc or there is an impression to this effect who were encamped ia the neighborhood in

j: 1 from trespass agd Waite ; of making them most available (Signed,) BENJ. D. WRIGHT, Chairman.An wludi the printing was dune last 1lta,. I mind. considerable force. General FelwoU wa in command >

/4 .lor' iheoise 'schools in each township 5 and as to the act to amend an act entitled 'An act relating to crime and been assured however, that more work then to this entire subject, men. of Frequent the garrinon*kinni, .amounting b bad occmrred to one thousand between

I' propriety ot giving the election for the protection of the misdemeanors," approved Fe!h. 10th! 1832, was road a third lime ; for the Couucil last year with more tion forces itself upon uj ; what is the two armie Toe FederalUU, under UM command -

' I same, an4 the direction of the funds derived therefrom to nn tbe qwstion of its pn"i>a<;e, the yeas and nay were called by in better style than at any previous ** has not been granted in tbe ill- of General Elotcno Alendex made aa adVance -
\ Mcssrx. Berthelot and Duval, and were veu-Mr. President, we know further, that the laws ,ere zeal of the Territorial Legulature ? on MtUmoraa on the 5ib ..and ware met
the people of f the townstyp; aud that they make report by bill month six week.earlier thno usual. As Felwola few mile from UM when
or **
bjr a city p -
l\le ni. Duval, Dupont, Hart, Mills and Wright, 0 : na'aIr.ssrf. thing been revived to the peope! I
f or otherwise, which wa again read and adopted. comparative merits of the proposal this gageincnt took place. The action was well conteted -
Berthelot, Hawkins and Wr.lkt'r,3. So said bill passed ordered it i is this we either
i ; come to ; are to but did.not retail in .
A bill enticed "An act divorce A. F. Howard both befure the Council, inporiaatadvaislsge.on
to Mary were Legislative w
that the title be as above. that efficiently, or all that u valuable either aide aa boil claimed the victor,. AU
/rom her husband, Ora Howard,, was read the second time, the proper body io make the 'e! ctioD.
"
A bill entitled An act constituting a board of warden, commissioners wrested from us. mot Ute nine lose was auaiaiaed in killed and
J and ordered to be engrossed for to-morrow. of pilotage and commisdionerd of wrecks, for the ports of gentlemen say we were not sent here wounded Ij e. ch party, and the laptare of Iwo
Mr. Burritt offered the resolution which the rule Those of cilisca who have an piece of cannon from the Federal!***,wee co ater-
following Si. Augustine and Jacksonville, respectively w.u read a thud J our that it w not fur us to rake these balanced by the fall ofwreral 01" Feliol beat officer
' |Mting waived, was twice ead< and passed, to wit: time ; on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays were called leisure hour, may spend it very agreeably in questions. It j is much easier, Mr. ;who wcru shot down in the battle. A rt.4nforcement -

, Resolved, by the Ilouse of Representatives of the Territory by Merfsm. Berthelot and Hawkins, and were yeas- President, House of the Legislative Council. The I to wake assertions, than to sup_ of three bandied IDa bad reached Meta-
Messrs. Duval Hart Huwkin-- Mills Walker and Wright, Chamber affords much more room fur Will mora in command of General CavaUza. They
\ of Florida That the Auditor of this'Territory be instructed to Dupont, by argument. gcallemei
rert to this house forthwith, what accounts of V/m. G. Davis, S ; nays-Mr. Berlbclot, 1. So the bill passed ordered that the formerly, and the debates of the Hon. and where we are prohibited from had retreated before that from place Tampico and on after their avfTcrinf narrowly a repulse

as iailorofthe county of St. Johns have been paid or audited at title be as obote. generally iultiesiiiig. The room occupied this kind 1 Have they not already escaped dwcoinfilure froci body of FederalwtsiWon way
The resolution before offered by Mr. Wright to increase the Huue of Representative, has been neatly the questions presented involve our b/ General Fernandez. Tb oetachAealr b/
the Treasury offices since the month of April 1836.
I
number of Senators, WHJ again read and adopted ; )Ies rl. W ught, up un A bill ratified An act in addition to, and to amend the several accommodation of the member-, and the I tbinited ia autuLer,and presented a broke and
Duval and Hart were appointed said committee. of our country T that they in-
acts Jn relation to county courts," was read the third time provided with comfortable scats for 11< battered upoeL The position of the arau8 ,itw.H
The Senate went into committed of the whole on an act to incorporate very existence of an Independent
and Ordered that the title be before stated. The ladies, too. have not been forgotten in thought,must vooo oriug the contact to aome-
passed. as !
Duval
i the Protestant Episcopal Church at Jacksonville, Mr. Tbe act of the Coun thing CccJaile.
t A bill entVled An act to amend an act entitled an act to in tbe chair ; after uometinm spent in its consideration, the committee rabgvmcnts. The proceedings the ; a Convention, defines the object

'L irtA lfE niete Jll JAam l2lltf8111fYtbftl\ \ lO c&tWij! rose and reportttd Maid bill amended which was concurred iu, and I! becoming more inlerestirg as the session !I hed **to device and adopt tbe
I no uni uiucied 10 oo ciigrosscu i*>r to-morrow. h'I"I .pe.-OV. ami pi. mruaurc* TwUans.-About 200 refugee Indians
i passed January 15, 1836," was returned by the Senate, pasted The House sent to the Senate a message which was laid on ibe H'e publish this week the speech of Mr. formation and establishment pci of an in are said to be concealed in the hammocks

f with amendments, so as to add to the title the words, '* passed table for the lime. of Jackson, in support of the resolutions i t Slate Government for the people I I on the eastern arm of St. Andrew's Bay,

: 53d January, 1838," and to make the enacting clause read, His Excellency thA Jovernor, by his private Secretary Mr. Copp- (A>nrtiiion, recommeudinj lh. reference to form and adopt a Constitution i j| between 30 and 40 miles north of this

:. "Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the land, sent to the Senate a message which was laid on the table for Bank que.tioriand pledged faith of the ', and all needful measures pre-:, place. A detachment of U. S. troops are
!i of Florida which the time. to the decision of Congress. The to the admission of Florida .
Territory amendments were concurred in into ibo : in pursuit of them.-They have as
The Senate hen adjourned until to-morrow 11 o'clock. resolutions! have been aliesdy published, we I yetI
the House and said bill i is Confederacy.
H{ $>y ordered to be enrolled. subjoin the and noes on their committed no depredations and excite but
apse
On motion of Mr. Jenckes, a bill entitled An act to incorporate psage.Mr. 1 askif i it be not a pioper measure I little alarm in the neighborhood.

i. tbe city of St. Augustine, and to repeal the acts now in SIXTEEN From the INDIANS St.Aa?a 'ine CAPTURED.We Iferalil. Baltzcll rose in propose a of an Independent State I An unfortunate collision occurred between
substitute for all those offered. to rid of the of
us a gel Swarm cor
t' force incorporating the said city, .was taken from the table, learn by the arrival of an officer of the army from Fort ,, was deeply impressed "ilh'the that arc fattening upon the body!]; the Steamer Oconee ascending, and

i. and on bis motion indefinitely postponed. Butler, last evening, that a detachment of three companies of and importance of the subject and and which if tolerated, will reduce j the Steamer Oceola going down, the ri-
: Mr..-Speaker laid, 1 before the jllouse a communication from under J. Beall left Fort Butler II .!tver-about six miles above Apalachicola.
dragoons, Capt. Lloyd on a I it an imperative duty to give to it his vernnient to beggary and bring your
. Tboe. firovvD, chairman of the stockholders of the Union Bank, scout of seven days,.and returned on the 2ht, having captured OUR and dispassionate attention. to ruin fend disgrace. The boats came together with a crash. .

,) inclosing a resolution adopted at a meeting on the 4th day of!( 16 Indians. When near the A-ha-pop-ka Lake, he discovered i. treated gentlemen to consider tbe sir in looking around me, in I and we regret to say that it was attended

I I'' February 1839, which was laid on the table. an Indian trail which he followed up until he lost it, and halted. occupied by the people towards those I discover mo.-t plainly and every evi I by the loss of several lives. One man

T/h, Hous then adjourned until to-morrow at 13 o'clock. In a short time he heard a rifle, and on looking up he saw a porations of hank and rail roads. the disposition for at.tion, u fixed de i:I from the Oconee, and three we learn from

: '; _ turkey full; from a tree about J 150 yards distant. His men were 'Ivrencu to the banks we see the public on the part of this body to act. i I the Osceola we re drowned. We have

": ThURSDAY February 7th, 1839.. instantly extended and urged rapidly forward, when be succeeded benefit already given the to amount corporations of three for inquiry i-J a' lo the mode to be : conversed with several passengers on the
I in Indians 2 and the tn Various resolutions have been Oconee, who that there mismanagement
capturing J 6 -2 men, boys rest dollar pro- :I say was no -
'Tba House met to adjournment a half of Already bat the
pursuant ; a being J
quorum women and children. : some contemplating a disavowal in : on the part of the officers oi
, executed bonds the
I .prbt.bejQWna1 yesterday's proceedings was read. nor binding people terms, of the public faith, others to I that boat she in her
Capt. Beall's company has left for the Okefinokee swamp. Territory tu tbe uf three being proper position
; The Senate communicated to this House certain documents payment it on certain conditions, whilst others,
From the learn that the 20th of 5 and backing her engine at the time
same source we on a party of money, these bonds have been
:, which ere placed among the orden for to-day. | a repeal of the charters of the
of
Indians near Fort Brooke, fired on a while with his the Union Bank and the : the accident. The accident occured
I HcLeod wagoner money
Mr.. who voted with the the indefinitepostponement or to subject them, unconditionally
I of bill entitled An majority on ;I team, and severely wounded him iu the breast, but not so badlyas on them form* the capital of that aCliou. To none of these.. about 10 o'clock at night, and the Oceo
a act to
I I the incorporate the city to prevent his escape. In the wagon were a few bags of oats The bank "f Pensncola has do I feel at liberty ta give assent. la is much damaged-the Oconee. suffering -
jtf St. Augustine and repeal act now in force '
incorporating and endorsement of the '. I but little
und corn ; the latter they endeavored to carry off and, proba- guarantee is,' under present circumstances, in : or no injury.-/./carpi
I the said city moved reconsideration of that the .
vote, and her bonds the
to amount Tiqn.
yeas
from leave after it ry upon
.
bly fright to but
they were obliged conveying judgment. one plnn, and that
.myi being required on that motion, were yeas, Mr Speaker, about hundred thousand dullard which has .
J 100 yards. The oxen in the wagon were left unharmed. to Congress. Their power over
Messrs. Bannerman, Burritt"Cooley, Duval, Gould, Fitzpatrick negociated, and the money obtained bas
On the 21st Captain with their and been expressly reserved in
Tompkins came M lco.-The
,Manly, McCall, McLeod Niblack, Priest, Reed, Tabor, I up camp bunk. In addition tu this there M Territorial Goveru- recent capture of the
their and organizing our
the Indians effected their
{ captured
camp equipage ; the Territorial castle of San Juan de Ulloa by the French
. ,and Tradewell 15. Nays, Messrs. Blackburn, Blount, Brett,1' gagement by has been on repeated occasion, ex-
; escape. endorse additional bond foi is thus accounted (or by one of the Tam-
Drown, Denier, Fejguson Jenckes, McNeill!, McRaeny, Thig- the and exerted in repealing altering
i Posts, we understand to be re-established Fort Pierce *
are at
Bank to the amount of two million. pico journals:
the motion .
andVW'"r.ams 11 bill of ihu Territorial
and said
pIn so prevailed was 1 nets Legis
placed among the order/or to-morrow. (Indian river,) Fort Lauderdale, and Key Biscayne. Active lars, mid for the Southern Life Bank charters granted by that body I "All attribute ihe loss of the fortress to
: I preparations are making for that -Ibid. and Tnut Company to an amount the want of Could it be
resources.
purpose.
them
.: .. Denier pursuant to notice heretofore given, asked and n expressly repealed by they expected -
limit. Were we to pause here there repealed other acts of that that a garrison composed
body. principally
: .obtained leave to introduce bill be entitled
to "An
: a for the I
: act Tile Exploring Expedition.-An arrival at New Orleans be matter for the serious tteotk>u of I repealed,as I am informed by good of men (rom the plough-tail, and the workshop -
rfficfpf Thos. Ross and others which read
,- wan and order- from Rio de Janeiro dates to the 1st December citizen who has the good of his charter I the '
bringing could
I reports a granted y Territory suffer a perfect deluge of balls
fd.to $e read.again on to-morrow. heart. Is it not obvioiu that with
I that the United States Fleet to make a canal after ineffectual
; Exploring Expedition consisting and bombs for more than four hours at
f ,Nr, Blount gave notice, that be will on to-morrow ak leave carried into full effect our ;
of the Vincennes, Peacock, Relief, Porpoise, Sea Gull grant bad been made by the State Legit- the same time seeing of three hundredof
toi introduce bill entitled "An 1 will bn embarrassed and
t a act to incorporate the of state crippled
city
: to Indeed
and Frying Full commandant Wilkes at Rio the above getridofit. ,
were at their
1 companies dead or wounded the
i and tbe entitled ruined t What would be the ; (
:r: jPeosacoJa, to repeal act an act to incorporate: power, there can be no reasonable
date, (for and sail in few officers and
: preparing sea, to a days-- fortifications all but, demolished
totally
;the city ofPenwcola, and improve the public roads in the neighborhood men all well. merchant, just commencing ; and in this respect they possess a de ;
I' his bonds and endorsenn-uU the artillerymen lulled and the
; thereof,.approved Feb. 15th 1839., finding advantage over this Convention. cannon
V\tr i v r.Poster from the. committee.a on,urolhuent. ", as 1 The U. S ship Independence, Capt. Pope, was also in portS extent fat beyond his means, in the the power of the latter ia denied by rendered useless ? It is universally admitted ,
reported bearing the broad pendant of' Com. Nicholson. others to carry on their business t : l the' that the number of balb of 36, 40,
enrolled "An amend uthoiiiy, of Con.
: .. #rrect y ,- act to ,an act entitled an actetabTibibeco power
would be tbe condition of State
p1 and Ibs. exceeded
.: site of Hamilton your S ge hladmtted.! 80 25,000 and the
Co nty county, and to repeal an Mexico.-Advices from Tampico to the 8th instant, have such circumstances T If money be bombs 400. Further resistance would

ect toiBftke' ...permanent> the county site of Hamilton county, nas- been received nt New Orleans. The editor of the Bulletin red on some pressing occusiou. (for the in addition to the power of Congress,I have been a useless sacrifice! "'

i; .J''& .J ; passed' die 23cI January 1638t ,"- says that the political regeneration of the whole republic is rapidly lute wants( ibe Government, for not claim l their, have i interference, as a .at-I'
i t duty., They assumed the
Wtli of education, of intefo.il I co-
and that.there is of the differences
progressing every prospect The St. Louis Gazette
fromthe.iegCOplmjtlee to whom was referred .the like, where will be yur resource 1 I oi-Territory, !legislating direct- contains a list of
tsrtii- billentitled with France being speedily stuled. The centralists are credit the only means of enactments in same_ instanced, nineteen steamboats'sunk and lost i in the
FJrij1cureportetia your
AnJV hemmed in on all hands, and blamed for their mi lortunes.- where could
htackelifmm l her husband Jacob A. have been given to individual lot their respects' they, not act western waters, by running againstsnagsalld
General Mejica arrived at Tampico from Havana on tbe 3d insi. ;thry conferred their povrerifpon
fit with I little advantage to the public other obstacles. The value of these
-r( wl&dirrPurtruc8Ki&rred. .0n1toaorrow. iiif/.said' .bill read' and. and was received with great enthusiasm by the people. birthright will have been (lifted awa tu:part selected by them, sustained. boats,is estimated at $250,000; and the
-.1A. zz :entirely by_them, and holding'their '
& sold fur of lost $
,
a mess at
pottage cargoes total
-making a
) iitltled, *Mn,act jodtyorce. Alary A. .F. Central America.-By the arrival of the brig Patsy Blount! tlio of this f their will),the whole machine of Fe loss of $450,000.
Sir I fear rxtrnt
jiusaz4 Or1lkaid tact
was read. the third ,Having undrTtak nfUus
.. r Capt. Penderson, from Belize, sailed Dec 20lhwe have the Be-
and being required its tt not fully appreciated and truit, arc the/nothour J,.bySTCTy
yeas nays on
passage, wereDoiier Advertiser of the 8th and
lixe J 15lh f From bare
It IS.T the people. pledge of, the public blig ttlonlt its faithful Jaznaica.- amaica papers
m-t M--1 s *fc ptrfounaaret
JJ !; !.. Jey, Duval'L.) (' f ill The latter gives some details of the civil in Gna- tie ,
I war, raging giving i of bonds, by she ,Governor ( charge to advances protect t aiidso.. been received by the ship Cablet: of.
) 4 ptggia I .mdm : lJO-.nayt, MIV Speaker timala. Gen Moraion bad bad several conflicts with the insurgents money'somo twenty years hence, has 'rigbf
a L4 nr 'HlckburnlBiouut.'. HcLeod.Brtt,,",Ferguson, under Carrera.. at Chiquimulila, and dispersed them.A tbbgjn.,itle ttndcfoed, |be period f $ -it wookl be mockery and insult in consequence of the |ajtidic u| .PoOCYporsuvd !:

fr KlfraVVcCitI! .. .. .MctUeuv.j "!. priest and f friar,with two: persons'had bte -triedl.oo merit so distant a* tobnot> at all if they returned inheritance un by the Goveroori Sir UccelSmith. :

4 p.4I j tl'0! .dJ.'J-"J'. '' i O'Lk bot., 'The priest Lobo*,'who was in' the .councils of" Gar/gra" present vjsionfc ofinci 1 .a."d]& : 'injured 9od destroyed., 'lnecharg f gafD :.' !

'.. -ol red on yesterday by Mr. ,Gould(to enquire 1,had'requested ,conference. with ,Gen., Mornzrnprojaby.! t& of ''old in untold number are r in- Jditioai to'them advinUg disposition! in favor.of Ihc Uado *$ fl I

: e firUw*.on divorce,.was,ou Jits'xuotiou/ laid oti ibe?1 go ate'(or a .cessation of hostilities. enchnnt and fascinate'whilst\th 'f ** others of' no I tea* Importances! ; fee faWSS ,
W I
T. ls *t 99 t- -* -t J j* $,- *
.. 'oj''E' r peodtrson': that the l fcJ'er tioniJleii of Central ture is steadily keitot't'l trlew. a V tLctatet bin nd courage .::1''fJ..,:-:
ui'l.uIJtIt.nltt).is Y. i .I .r. CapU reports A mera j) eiperwn
I irr ;fJr1 !:P .lo abil;, :" to pieces, each state declaring itself independent.TTbe But, I. repeat,,wfcat U tbU' pobtiO'' } '! ;p rairtp'lhey CAn act without 'IIDI.Chrwt_. bolir
of Honduras thn pledge contained;!fit the boudi t .S anyi and m such nnoru>fo m i mal
acr.2 :'1 J1f IpMMJ..J ? state however, was divided:i ,some of the cpunties'adheringio'tbe -. ) .$ndtbe
,1J.'g ) ,
; r;p 'R)!tlJoInn.! ''general' federation.- -,The 'gpy1Uoodurabe ;. Qf by the Governor T gur, !(if"cpofti99$ I -nghU rau.tM n&rwJf.arth. .ff S X! i
less than an .1t1.1'
no enJtlgeuwntpolt-tiae *nerucmr aa *, ameudmenU :
fiII' "w which nd flJi"
I'por1sW Issued a decree. .. ,,. declaring ileU indjndent,' the l people to paY theib.<. ._ belt*utaiCf" j : 't lStlSriv; inr !
.A ssjypjngtbc]repctpt"of custom*abc different ., ,;" .t---tHr.! : ** ** f'w* hiatna iii.i1b'/ to:
l JIIqe ( ,
... ._" ports. .q.w, by the btfik on tht 'eredit( in C i act we have reajuu to ''u", ,i
t' .' I, :,ea4tug QQ fn.t.nftrro-;,. the.port ofjTnixUlo'had ucceeded,but Omoa had ,ref'iutaud4ecIrcd ? failurf oi}..rUAJu and if necessary: *lo i&el jajuJioa to 'a calm and dii- annbuQcehis intention ruCl JP'

.:. r ;" .f". i ofn. ,:,J itself jq favor of general,.SOV !Dmeut. I.I.. tbeu t Ii. t .,11tJF I .c9nai49 ,.ftlios. Jtct:. "A* ,; I1fi.J'i as Governor of J'kh 4

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FORTY DOLLARS REWARD. t flitted .abm.a&ftt.t t. 1fIU1 I Iut ';
Novem- .F
2tb ittt
tine (Texas) j3WOfibC. "ANAWAY .from say' pJantatiabwrtiwoweokssinm v.coPM4f's.- -. l-. I. ctia J.* 108BPJI E.eTABJW( :1. L'UJ ..-. ..

they.have in their ofice jcotr a'smgre faltow NED ab* H 91 GALLERY I -"_ f _._ _:: r Hew'T -_ "
bet says farm six Virh : tv,.Motra'-8ir:.pear LifI Mtabse r ,' -
stalk. T8iIed CD an upland' by yean of aye,soar ( ,abort Yaek'wh1abn.and ... _.. \ .
toI5 which inclines to limp somewhal ia his walk' It is or been imrodaoedia'ff&biI .. ,.. .'I ,', 2J -I', .
Wm. ToddEsq. of Shelby coanty, pty>bablerw will make Colombia,B. c. RARE AND TALUABLE01L3 .,Me wsdea; i IW1U. ,c. r jJ.TM.wUe "-' .a $ : ; ,-;N; 1_. J ; at '1 f.
height and yielded ) of,. ,4M kbBr. Me,C rwJisj| 1LtM. -
13 feet six inches jn The above ward will be paid tar hb delivery tome y % : w 4flli "
is six miles from Taltahafceo,:if Ukea oat 'of the PAINTINGS, .,wb vat.ooopMcd toh U tb ,dsxlbw fat USB IM ... ..
4QObolls two years after taking two boulea of the Pteatx '.'i ".-
Territory; and $20 taken withm the .1J. .
Territory. -
WM.ADEWELL BYZI'OTTZRY.- Bitten and one box of toe Life' Pfh. cajy stekai '.. ): r't4f4 w- .

of Coaxni Property m Havana. Feb. 91838. 27tfLi To .be drawn in Tallahassee, oa the 15th iast: her(tea Ik entirely restored, '
'Sale *tr. MiJo B. RootiYtr/ next door BfihborMlaiaapwititnlUjnmatorjrhenmailSRBl7' St. DA1aa; 'a t1 'i U 1& \ .r
folJ0wing ibitioD
viceregal government of Cuba i is uorm, rovleions. Groceries aDd O Ticket..caD be obtained at the :. '
f" -
The Ibe example of 'the rulers of theJDOtber Lumber. Room and at the Jewelry Establisfamcat ofldraas.LTThe .bg Awry'boW?the Bitters aia4 one IS'caataf J. ..2 .. -
P"1ut ct NR tS, I "n'iIs' 1
ordered the sale THE subscribers flus PiUa told m In WM aswalUakeever .
and has
country addition to'Ihsir Collection can be seen every day until the ,sea'told a faatleaan in ny store who was aId, apf" ,

je roperty held by four of the Con- .and general stock time Drawing, at the Lodre Room. .in this city that M .n as be would tike the Pills adll.uera. t Y..c.T. Ii'IIOfr4.f1lJr" ,

Havana. One of these, called BOW receiving late, from 10'o"dock 'till dark jut so ooo bewe U be a well wan.Abo t.utli3Jaa.3Ijgo. : : stlg? ; :0'aII :
by
vents tn ILrThe: painUogs areall in richly gilt frames, and ,Hn.Hevda wife of Jon Hordi, was two t't :
ofpropertY from -.h- tmw. .
Bethlehem is possessed rivals Boston.Baltimore r roann
Charleito ;
of ct'Ne. of .
some them under
the Convent xbuc.lC7Tickeis rears since taken sick and often had Its, and I I.at MART '
valued at $2,232,000, from Orlean.\be following goods allofwhith! they offer also for sale at this office. the u.e of one other ar. lam weeks alUrtak. '.._"f\f'F1I.ti1r ;

derived a yearly income of$190- low,for cash onlJ.LtQUORS. -P Aicy AND STAPLE GOODS. ng your Pills and BiUers she baa so far recovered JL A.- far .IIOLT.*.uitY'IUa.a !
.Marb.JaD.1i.1a.
wbkhiS M. H. FRANCIS offers for sale M general thAt she has been'on a visit to one of her neigh I. .
956. The possessions of the other threeare I 15 bbls rectified Whiskey \f'f assortment of.Fancy and Staple Goods bors. ;' ---F 13 sj: N'-_ '.-= say thai at Pf _

wA to be about as much, united, as 30 do Monan Rye do consisting in part of Silks Shawls.'Worked' muslin As for myself have been ia bad health for S7 .anr..K .QJlTAJUO. late) teau'J iati .et

alone. The buildings 40 do Corn do and lace capes, English thread and bobinet. laces years, and ihoagh 1 am not BOW in perfect health, & 'VbaVwiff sU 'fVtae abor: superiority Oaoaetl1J.-'

that of Bethlehem Cognac Brandy Pipes and Qr.cattks, corset, breadcloths, cassimere, saitinelU and still'I am in betterthani have been for.ten 'yean port oa or abein' 1M 1JCdi ist'o: by to .. .ThIi 05apdriimr
the monks and nun, are to 25 bbls domestic Brandy, which I believe to be the _f taking alll1 &M J.rJe.I. --
occupied by vcitinps, cotton shirtings osnaburgs, 4cAl O MSI, conaeqnraee deck freight *ad paasago.apply to tko Capltie'GD .
for !an&
exempted from the seizure and their S do Jamaica Rum, hats, caps boots and shoes, for sal low for cash, your Pills and Bitters. The above is a true heatd1atSt. Marks or to BETTOR *FI$11R. eueb _, .& .
be 15 halfbbls old Accomack Peach of the !uikce1ss NovIDI33a.'s '' }
or approved credit. statement of a few many cases which have 12&-21 '_
the Go January
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inmates are to be supported by 5 bbhj pure Holland Gin, Jan.9 1839._SC come under my observation. You are at liberty to _. .eefCIe ":t _
vernment. 25 do India Peint do Notice. publish this letter, and reference can be bad tome Per Kew Yorb.OnQHC IIZYTal.- PW ;. '
10 bisks sweet wine Pubtmaster at Claverrock Columbia Co. K.T. last railing"Brig tiARXHAL 8funal,1 .
qr Malaga Co-Part nership heieiofoieexisunjintbc .BEll' .U..... .tp
8 do Muscat do THE With vuLL botmarter, having oosiel'borearfo.onfaf. --
,
respect :
STEWART BARNARD being troos tTampala1i J '.
The storm, Nov. 27th, on the British 4 half pipes Port do dissolved by the death of the If senior partner, all J. A. VAN VALKENBURGH.New ed, win sail with dipeh. Vu r freight or'pasoaf* at tJa. aa.1O.11.. .

and in the Thames, was frightful.It 2 do Madeira do persona indepted to tho bit are requeued make York, A"ril 1.1838. having nod accflsa.od *uoos,onsem ofWM. Ead .'.a- IC
roast, 30 bbls Ale Mr. W. Mortal-Sir I have been affl ted with MCNAUGHT SI.Meb.I rnmtaftony- -
with incessant Lansingburg immediate settlement and all having claims will ; Casey
light _.1
19tf.
accompanied tbs fever and about three months and used a 15<
was do
20 Newark rider please present the same.E.BARNARD,3. ague ,. I and will ata ecattls di4isCt'.. .
ning and thunder. Tiers of vessels were 3 doz 4 gallou Demijohn's sup Purl and Ma. :. Surviving Partner. good deal quinine,which did me ma. good but IllliU : FOR NEW YORK. wilrte ;.

unmoored and driven down the Thamesto diraVinea. Tallahasoec July H, 1839. 49 tf grew weaker and weaker until I was rscommendV fast sailmf packet.bnf,LUC III. For Opt XIX .
2qr casks celebrated Irish Usquebaugh; Noticed d to try your Life Pill. and Pheoix Bitters* Harknes, maalor. wilt salt foj &

Deptford, houses on the wharves over ,. 6 doz jugs old lush Whiskey, McRAENY is authorized sCent and after taking two boxes and two bottles of bile .n.above port on 1st bmary; FOr etMarUfca.ilwhere Z.

flown, old oaks in the park torn up and 12 kegs assoited cordial.' DANIEL of the my estate of John Talura ten,I am very I consider thankful inform you and cored the:public ht or pawr apply to &be Capc C !,agw"' iRUlAWA1'
at large. my.elfcoenpkttIy .
PROVISIONS. .,
lives lost. ,
a great many craft and 5000 lbs bacon side. dec. of Leon County. Yours trnly, JOHN TENNENT,R.-Y. en board.r WM.MeNAUGBT. o.tiJ' -.
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PHEBE TATUM Admr'x.October
-. -.- 1500 do northern ham. 20 New York Mills, March 19. 1838. Jan 19. 1839. 243t .$:. '
1839. -
PORT OF ST. MARKS. 2 tierces dried beef, Mr. Meffat-Dear Sir ; I have used your,.medi. FUR NEW YORK, a05 Umed. LO1DQ > .

AIUlIvr.D. Nos 12 and 3 Mackerel whjle and half bl1s PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING: cine in niy family for some n.onths and have rcreived THE superior Barqne GENTLEMAN Wack.rabefllow....-. .

Jin.31!, Schr. Eric, Ney, Charleston merchandize Codfish, Salmon, Shad and Herrings THE Subscriber formerly of Baltimoro and I teat benefit front it, especially my wife anddaughter. Woodward master. Having "'.W. .
bbl of Virginia respectfully inform. the Ci- My daughter had been in a decline for baebecl3fmsd 1LibSiI/C
sundrii' 50 will
flour bo duoatebcd
to of her
ready -
Schr. Mary Chaw Saranah do to sundries. 30 bbls butter taen.,of Leon count), and the public generally.that I. three year Since she commenced using your medicine part cargo 1 jfetvttMi bt wm au-ni oal .
.
crackers he has for the above without deJa For .1; .. ,
known lumber. permanently located himself here Car the purpose siennas rniirely recovered and is now well port sr 'I"
4' Not 150 bhb Pilot bread
Schr. KrllyTmaster,three days frro half executing Plain and Ornamental Plastering and heart). If this will be rAiny service to you. freight or passage, having excellent accomnod- =; ..wntW4.1i
Feb.2, Victory 10 bills sweet Cr3ckcra.GROCERIES.- .
West. I n all its Yal iou.branches,-alo rough casting in you are at libeny to publish it. lions. apply to the Captain urn board,or to iusaben.pluGeotgial will '

Key J. D. Wilson Horn imitation of Granite.Terms moderate. Ecrpectfully, your &c. HOLT MiLI.T.R.Et. the"I 1..
lit Ship Gen. Parkhill.Capl. 300 itacks salt. upi -- -' ---L'
Liverpool Reference F. Epj', Eaq. Tallahassee. N. BUTLER.Summitt Mark, Dec. H, 1838. tOt! : -w.
York in ballast. -
J3.b rice
flow ANDREW SCOTT. Hill Jan. 18ib, 1S38. -
BALTIMORE.
FOR Jan.1h,1.8.
CLrUPD I .
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20 bb! molasties, Feb.7th 1839 273mTT Dr. Moflat-Denr Sir I have great pleasure in .
Jan.31, BngRuMia MtM.nncn-N. Y. 96 bale 10 do Orleans ; : TtfE MW BebooMC 1&4ZEPPA 'th4S&vtniitk Jla 46uj,
syrup addreuillYou. having been troubled for some time < ,and ekojgo dial ; -
Bakei, muter, will sail for (ho aboo. alit USMS !
cotton. IX) do brown sugar, i ;:> A. HAYWARD, having purchased theu back with the rheum.tism..nd could find nothingto is' _
Brig Majestic, Am.,N.Orleans 43 bales cottons 5 boiw" Havana, do., T Q entire intereit ofChas. C. Cuihman, in the give me any relief until I had commenced take port in ten days for deck mgbt or ., _-- 4

.- 4 bbls loaf do., Book Bindery, will continue business as before. ing your VegstaUfl Life, Pills and Phouris BiUers,- passage only apply to tbo Captain on .AND .,noyW1i 8.; nS.

NOTICE. 4 do crushed d..., Thankful for past favors, he hopes by onremitted In taking the first bottle and os*box of$.I found board at St. Marks or to 'XUELaItib ,MbIPC _

the 17 half bbU superior Goi h u butter, attention to secure a liberal share of patronage.All the most excruciating pain that I had hoar been BETTONtFlSHER.25tf. =.the ohL ... .
SIX wccV< after date. I shall apply to of 50 boxes cheese, orders from the country will be faithfully troubled with, entirely disappear. Such beiag the Jnn.24 1839. JteI' lMr
Court of Lron County for letters 10 casks do. ttttendid to. r_ .
) case, it is with gratitude I offer those sentimcctn, Cd-.a."I
administration on the estate of my brother Sylva- 4 half cahk rpcnii oil Jar 31 1839. 27 Gt feeling confident that I am indebted to you more FOR NEW ORLEANS.. i4liacei1enn1 .
nun I Dllis: dec'd lute of s.id-county. THE MAJESTIC mesa .
20 boxes Candlee. than words can exprest for your valuable medi- brig positively Fleur Buoa HCoffee -
February 6, 1C39. MOSES ELLIS. 40 do brown soap Dissolution. cine ad the speedy rare received from its good positively sail on Wednesday next, for Dried -
,\
Ci>partN rship formeily existing:: in the ,
do white scented freight -< to
10 soap THE rpars ge apply
N otl e. ,k Bindely establishment in this has effects.Yours Soap and various otfctr rtsV% city,
HOLT
MILLER.
whom ih sntweriber i i. indebt- 2000 bunches onions, Iff. GEO. BROFTS. 4- cash the bonier. ;
ALL persons to this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Those pose of low for ,_at ;"
claims for col 10 bUs do Matich Clmak J\ln.17, 1838. January tI r
requested to present their indtbtrd the Gamble KeatTs.Jan581839. Z ,. .
to concern to this lime, will make .
Jection..rinr to\he lU day of March next, otherwise 50 packages raisins, whole, half and quar- payment to Ch ties C CUlhman.ClIAS up Mr.. Mofial-Sir; I am moat happy to send you FOR NEW YORK. PJGB.clJ -

thy will /debarred, as just claims. and allpersonsindclitid ter boxes C. CUSHMAM tbrouh your ent Mr. White a few lines relative -f- & THE briSTLMOLEONClarkmas-. PLEASANT OAOVE AcADEII : ,
to the .ub bt iher. are requestedto Almond, Filbert., English Walnut, etc. PHILIP to roar excellent Life Medicines. For length of ler,for freight apply .. .
A. HAYWARD. ot.
lIE Trustea .i.i'l.plca.are a
S'U1, or their nnte an-1 nrronntM will be left in LUMBER, LI\:1E.&c. J.L"U: 1839. 27tf time 1 have been complain of an infection of the T toROBT.LYON.. 1 ) .

the hands of an Attorney for coll.ctinn.S. 1H5.000 pine and cedar shingles.b,000 liver, and tried much medicine, but found no relief Tallahassee. Dec.28th 183 21K1HE saying: .CiiAl""cil. $ -
that have succeeded in' sri .
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S. TAFT. ; latls LEON COUNTY COURT. until I commenced with yours Iliave BOW taken they pro -
February 1 18.19 27 4t 10,000 'Ject superior .(1&101.00 clean stuff, while F.XPARTE ) Petitisn for dower nearly two bottles of your Phoenix Bitters,and I regular Packet Sehoonerf J Jmscavifla era competent teacher wusas_and r41' riD

pine, LaddvF.lteyJ. am pleased to stale tba:I find myself fait recover. will laaiJ_ from St. Mat ks for New Orleans, en the the business authorises tijIs i&auu1

LIST OF LETT! RS remaining in the Post 12JOOO merchantable . i< given of the filing;of saul pe'itinn ing trom a long and lingering complaint. 5th inst.for freight or passage having p-od occom- satisfaction will bo given to aQ who-. J"I: (

-Kbce inTallahaksee on the 11 dRY of February 14,000 common do. NOTICE dower the estate of John A.Willey Respectfully Youn., &c. medatio ,, apply to Kerr and Kirksey Tallahassee to patronise said institution .. i -

1JH9 and not before adve rtifcd. If not called j for; 200 casks lime dec. and thai the seine will be heard and delivered CEO. KI3NER. OTto L.A. M DDEN. The healthy location of this "i tutInm,4.d

within three months WI! /. conl to ,thc GineMlI'okt ALSO, atnrxt March Term of said court. l/Kkport Nov. 27th, 1837. St Marks, Jan. 1 18$) JJ it state of society, and low prko oHioafd a ..

Office AI' dead letlcT 20,000 brick, JFVbS 1839: 274t Mr. W.B.l\ofTat-tHar Sit ; As a remarkable bio hew**cannot ail to afiEBCttb atteataos
jlldnck, Dr. FJwartlS.4 Hancock, AuonHancock. And a general assortment of ship chandlery, --- instance of the virtue and efficacy of your Life FOR BOSTON.aTHI diets- from home. < :

Addi"OA, J..IIII Marcellus' clothing boots and shoes halo hosiery hard and |\R. EDWAh D C. CADWELL, (late of NewLLYorkl Pills and Ph nix Bittern, in restoring lost health to new Brig JOHN GILPIN will .WM.H.CAS3EL3'- ,h.;

Allison A. K.Jtutler. Hushes, Lieut. J. crockery ware &<:. baring located himself in Monti,'ello.nspectlully the affl cted, has occurred in my family,I deem it quick dis"iteb,fur freight or poa- Jan.30,1839. < SId') .

Jar ib 2 llarri"uii. George W.7Btjrjohn HOLT It 41ILLLB. offers his girvicesns Physician: Sur. a duty I owe both to yourself and the public, to having good accommodation ap- :GROCERIES. -'.-- -

Hall, '-. '. on, St. Marks, Feb 6, |6S9.. reon and Surgeon Dentist, io the community, make tliefactk.uownthat others suffering under the CipU on boarder toBETTON&riSHEK. ,' 't'
Itryun, At.igail Johnson, Young They are in daily expectation of two cargoes of Having had ten ye.\rs experience in his profession, similar circumstances might perchance sec this and TBE--n1 1 ricvcdkvhJitei F -;

Bogfn, Col.J.S.Btrge laler, John 2 lumber from Maine comprising shingles board, he hope to be ublo to do justice to all .ho may obtain a remedy in season lo preserve them from a 'Now .'i Haw'>.o .
employ hi.n. Office at the Rey..J 081 S. Grave Feb. 2, 1839. 31-2C. charleston die (bHawlBj; Q-
,Jak.J. Jerkins Richard and hone or store frsm*.. H. 4.- M. premature grave. : 1
line,well J. A.- Kewr, John ACADEMY.: Feb"9 1 IdSO. 27tf My wife has bun afflicted with the liver complaint 10.000 lb 8seoo;& 11ia" % 1 '
CONCORD CITY MARSHALL sALE.By .
Ialcok. Harrison G. O.Knijlit, L. II. MOFFAT'S LIFE : and general debility for up wards of 3 years; t. :
MEDICINES- -- -
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U ooks. lsac Lynn Richard ; Semi nary ill located in an.Iinc: County, .and far the last 3 mouths the has not been able to virtue sundries writs of Fieri Faciao,issued 80 bbls Prime r, '". .

&. d, \'. II. Lea Fred'c. Van Tf Virginia, about ('.rLy fusS north I.r Richmond R EANIMA'FIoN.I :walk across the room. After trying various medicines by the Intendant of the City .&- 5't.. .' 1 S icll_" -

IJuU.) Alry F. Linberjrer John and three miles from the Richmou I anti HEN the mort impoa tant function of life I: prescribed by different phys'cians, which: ree.and to me directed shall proceed to sell to the 10 is do Fuhon Kafka' 11 I

liurury, William L ite, 31irs Jeru.-ha A. Fiedericksburg R.u'road.! The ituaiioiiis 'dir d Yare suspend"), and those who aK invalids I her no relief, she wa> given up as incurable. highest bidder at the Court Houao door, in the 5 do Shad' ,' ; _' "-

rewer. Samuel KJieiulry Lotliot, E. and iMililiy. ana offer as few tmplati"n& to vice by jnlie'iiance or imprudence are reduced to a de- rave| bitajtian .hl was urmJoalljr fftilinX. when I City of TlUJuuM,.. FrjJaj. Uw 1st dy 01 SO .dello ___ _- r ... ",
(\le stain of nervous debility, they should not to call in this village so d Kirt6" ,
Randal Murray. William as xny in the State. happened upon your agent Maich 1839,the following property to wit.:-. .
Mr. Mitchell, Adam The price ofboaid and tuitwn, including washing f ven then despair for it is not in despair that reliefcan and he gave me a copy of the Good Samaritan ; the of ) 50 .W' :

Chile It'iruet.,Jam: W. McDirill, JantcxMourr : bedding and t.et. is fZOO lor Ibe scholastic be rOlln I. No. Let them first look around, perusing ofwhicb induced me lo try your medicine City Tallahassee vii UNo.55&S6N.AdtionIsaac .XO4tdoBackwheat. ,. .
>
C4Mke'1'. r. M. J. I). year of ten months. Students coming from a di .- and, laying aside all jTrjudiee, ask themselves although I had but little hope of her receiving W- Mitchell. )4 S Pipes Cognac Brand.*, -
3 uuice, who may not wish te leave the Institution this question-"If my physician cannot help me, any benefit from it. The effect was surprising. 2 do Holland UIntbblsJamicRuni .
Calhoun, J. S. Murn* n, Daniel Same, A2.i
I tluril. the Vacation, can prosecute their studies is his reputed skill my only retort 7" Before she had taken one bottle of bitters and one ) ,. ,
.iP
MissEIizabclh or \
Chapiwll: ,, Ilojauiiui'lihliuiau Cliikc Murray Jane without intcrmiSNon, as at least one of the uac'i- Perhaps at that moment the heading of this ad box of pills, she was s.far recovered Who a''le' Richard"Mitchell, S 34&35O a doNow.OilcOMWhJ.ke7,, ..-. "

i TM will be in attendance. \erti"ement.2oftat', Life Medicines, would to accomplish most of her house-work without assistance. 25 do do do5qr.Ca.ka1agWias, 'Whiskey,' ,. ,''
,
; I'srter L'i Ncwinaii, Richard catch their and were they in truth divested of Sdne, ) fir
The course sf instruction comprises langunenjinti ; rye Yours, respectfully ,. ,.: .
Jary, Pavid Nail, Cyrus 2Oakford looUsh prejudices they might be inducedto vs. > I 5 125 u a '.. .' .
is to 5
: 2Pepin sciences generally,an-l designed prepare perhaps. WARREN PATTERSON.For or. do Sk2y doSOfKeis .. ,..
*
: ( ul&'r', Jonathan Charles F. studei.ls thoroughly for College ond UmverMiitb. Jnquiie whether Mr. Moffat's theory and treatment additional particulars of the above med-cine Robert Floyed, Hog* Lard, -- ,

: Clark Richard Midshipman The students of Ancient l aL.na-.es are of disca el, differed from that of their own ace Moffat's Good Samaritan, of which ac Same 1 SO do ocnlesndToa'igu, '-
. ('I'ottcnlie Cliarle .:e Pen in, Join 2 arritnged in two classes,junior arid senior, and ale I'hYi ic ana. They would the n Icarn that it did companies medicine a-opy can also be obtained vs. ')' is 123 n aThu. ta do Goahatt Batter," .. .. -
, J'erry 8. J. and ; copy .. Baum,!!. -' : r'
Cunningham Henry irmruded by daily prelections md minstions. liHi-r, cry widtly, and with n.Oil happy ic- on application at the drug store lit 5IbetI.wEe, .
: r.
I Crroll, Laurence \'. }Penny', Thomai in suits lo). Same, ) -'ft.-I '
They ure also! exercised resii'arly convening WADDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS. 10 Casks Cheese, .1. -
Crowd!, SamuelJaine.Cacter Putnam, John G.2 and English into their inquiries nil! further, they vs. V .Ie Un a -si -
Greek and Latin into English, Iftlu'YJursDe Who have the medicine fur sale. 50 Dap C. .. -
: Ran in*, Richard Greek and Lalin. In conn,.ciion with Ancient practising phyniciausof the pre- Prepared and sold by W. B.Moffat's,3C7 Broad. Elijah Andrews, > !,OOO Ibs Cod Fah.ttOBosbelaOala.

Curler, Chark>tleCenitr. Kei hold, AnjurtSlaltan. Languages are taught Ancient CJesgiaphy and nnl day prescribed Mercury, in some form, for New York.A Same, -'o. /0
A. II.Djiutl T. M. Ancient HUloty. almost every disease, and they mould learn, too, way.liberal deduction made to those who purchase vs. t 80 Ori'alphanWw.Paitcbard'sestzt. 50 eIaS8 arE 2, _a

: bhelmau SitnpHott. Fiedsrick J. I The Mathematical course is "xtensivp, comprising that mercurial medicines, though they give present to sell a-rnir.. 17-lf ., SO doz LdlSPd5N4( 1"' a.

Dill Godfn-y S.lIith.VR. A nihinetit:, Algebra, Geometry, PI tic Trigo. relief:; undermine the constitution, and always Same, -. .lOiRs, ..t'.fJriap ; .

Dill, D, Stephen John iioroelry, Spherical Trigonometry, with Us sppli- leave the patinu in a precarious suite of health. BEEFCA'IMrLE. vs. j" 195 0 p.- 3 Boxe Havana ,. : .

...? Mi. Mary E. Sargwil, David M. cation ht Nautical! Astronomy and the DiuLrcntial A good vegetable medicine is just the reverse of WANTED to purchase lend BEEF P.W. Courtney's estate.Same '! .30 do Tobacco, p v- .
! Elizabeth Scum, Jame M. CalculuM. all ill in. For hundreds of before that ,
. Duwaiiy.miwi and Integral years scourge CATTLE, for which the highest ,1co. ItngIPtIf
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i Evans: WalLace Stone & Beu ol t, The course ef Nat oral Phihisopliy comprise* mankind, "Mercury," was employed in the he-'!- .et price will be ffivea,on application to vs. 895 0 p i' Also,a ""

; Erwiii John Smith, John P. ch'inicc, Ilycrodynamics, Pneumatirx, Acrous- ing art Physicians used nothing but herb. Even BROWN & GALBKAITH. Lewis Willis estate of i Shoes,1Lc.wbib oOi} trnritfc-faIMi fI'

" Kdi, Lieut. U. c. 2 Tucker, Lewis or A. T. tie Electricity and Galvaiiium Optics and As the bible recommends the 'skilful ;physician,' ht eelaa 6 'JStf Same ) :makes OW'.ai1Wiaota.I ,. :t-.42L oJt t,>,

! Gnrrhan, John (Javirr.Thdrnton. tronomy. who preparelh his medicines from herbs. Witness -- NOTICE vs. VLots No. 194 0 p I X ;lE 1it KrJI".r

! Godfrey, Samuelllraltane B G. Jr. Geolo: and Minerolojjy, are taught in connection Ecc'esiaslicus' chap.xxiii. 'Vm.Wyatt, \ : ,Talr ruiFd. .. ;11'I
W. 1). fliomai>. Mark S. with Chemistry. V. 3. The skilful phyticlan shall lift up his Lead; THE subscriber gives notice to his iriends and Same. 1vs. _
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Gralum. Archibald "fbllrn'on. B"lIj. G. The'court of Moral Philosophy cornprhesBelle. and in the sight of the great men be hall be iu ad- public in eeneral that be ha. opened an t s. 47John 0 P I &A.DgaJiG.-CU'.II J 4r _

, \VilliamRoachWi" lettres, RhcioricElhic and Political Econ ration. ENGRAVING & COPPERPLATE PRINTING Cook. S "
Ilow, Ab l T"yl r a._ o't
I V. 4. For he bath prepared his medicines out of Office in Tallahassee next door to the Planters J:3r -
U Miss Margrtt UIII) Same -
/ioward. H'llliwn M' : 183J .u"tC
Hamner William White Dr. F. K. All of the Students are.xecised in Ccmpositioii. the herbs of the earth and he that is wise will net Hotel %h ere all orders win be ezeraied with the vs. 1-* 9 fc96 0 pRih'rdCAhh.n 1
and the drawing of Mops. ibhor them.Mortal's greatest care and despatch,compiling Bank Mole ,I'oft flALETratttaf --.ocesiA 1aa a
.J. RWakcfieU R Sot vryi ng, ,
Hall, Bu rich 1 K'ilhains-ii .
I Life Invoice. Bills of Ladinf, Jbpt, Charts.Mercantile .L Hoao.of If,1rI
Mr.Vl.h The Subscribers have had cnnaiderabls experi. Vegetable Medicines possess qualiiiet plates Same, JTS. '
Edward ,
Higgins, Alciwidcr' ence in directing the energies of the youthful mind, of the most mild and beneficial nature. They and Visitinc Cards etc.. ? *'psmtl7O 0 p Wil am the O derseipiJaa .
IhIwqI, S. F. \\ : Plate executed with neatness td I8-: ItJ n
While R. and the efficiency of their plan of education, for ate rompueed of articles the most anti-puresicent Also Copper Printing R. R. Pilgram > :

Herring. AIa'y W. A.Ilutchjn.Wsjliim ibrn.in:lhe morals and ensuring the literary advancement combined with ingredients known as the only certain and dcarateb-Eilycr plate of every description Same, ) .I : Id ,

I Ileniersomi I). S.ViIlI'Y J. Walker, El'j ah of their pupil., has teen amply tested. antidote for fevers of every description. When neavly engraved and repaired.THO3. va. J 297 o p _. .

for of the above letters For the character and mrrils of the Institui'wm, the disease is produced either from cold, obstruction M. STRATTON- II.MBrackenrid ) '1 wLt.bo&M flD,

! Pervons enquiring, any I. G. ff. reference is made to the annexed testjmoiial of bad air, swampy and camp situation" tr Putrid Strayed Same ) i alt.rum the," I.,.."
IId\'ertiteJ. .
will please say Ihry rsi : of Vf1' inia. miasini weather malignant Marks in' last, a light sorrel1.F -
, Post Master the Profe sers of the University or epidemic, or by fIi\ROM St. May vs. u 430 p w..b ftd.J.t aJtos t
:I Parents and Guirdians, who m'y wish to place other causes, these medicines are certain in their Indian Mare PONEY, dark mane and tail John Eboru. ]$ i mncha bIb. tory..oat ij l
f ---- Office their sons and wards at this Seminary, are requested operations nr effects. They possessed of peculiar and a stirrup brand on the hip or shoulder. Said a 801YDICe aa4 .. *'iciai-
I LIST of teller* i draining In tbr Post Concord Academy, which, not expel aUd to bo somewhere in Jeflsqpn 7tkl
A : the 1st to direct their letters to qualities, only eaac.but peney is sapoosed vs. I II" 39 o p ty at Christ**! aid Jsaos.
I 'rh.m.\S itlt.Thom\.county, Geo. Caroline County, V.., addressed to e.thtrof; the at the arne lime restore and invigorate the tystrm.Whcii.fist county.' A liberal reward will be given for the return D. DiUz .J.B.IU&

diy January 1839, and if not taken out within ibre "ull.crib..r. taken into the stomach, they immediately of the Poney. or information where she maybe Baffle IV. Jan 22 IS3' ;_

!! month, will be sent to the General Post Office F. W. COLEMAN President. diffnse themselves like vapor through every found. M. C. ROBERTSOII.- .. SI 153 op TJaetbtPwL.u '". .. .

dead letters. J. D. COLEMAN, pore producing effects at once delihLfululutary Jan. ". 183A-tf 0' a 'tizA1. 1"
&Marks, H.Mysrs, ) :"- flaea t .
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AIkinaun.S.alrjck) Mat tin, Mr. .. ._
A. C. COLKMAN, nd perms nenL When the spark of life begmnitogrow t4 .__' "
Adams niel Robert LOST OR IIISL.AW.A I Same I CIIUp ... 4t ". rl .i 'Itt.'l
l Thomas McD 't
din circulation languid and the faculties .
,the .
1639.UNIVERSITY
I. Brownia':, H'in. Mclntlre.1uiel January 9, paralircd these medicines are found to give a tone NOTE( hand given by J as. Spear and .. r n. ) 110 p .n! T hcuyio. ..: :

Bra,well,Ja ues J. Mnrj h Arnold OF VIRGINIA JunrfSth, 1R38. to the nerves, e bi1ira'e.the animal mint,in vigorale aDuval fur sixty dollars or theroabonu. this Catharine Johnson, ) '4, ruin New. -t 4othiMma 1

} Beall, Gen. Wm.3 JUur|"hy. H.ary Mr. Frederick W. Coltman aiftt "M ef' his the body, and reanimate the whole man. is to cantina all ptrsons from trading .r said DOle Same 1 I IS. L "
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BiasiieII&n.tainuc) Ncill, ElijahBricketL course of study attbeUnlvoniit/jTrecaiveir the Jrgree The Life Medicines barti also been used with und&hepsrtiesfr0m.PPgIt. except to me Otto vs. > 307 0 .p. 10'',' tIIJWIr. 1. tt tirtt '4

H.. TBalcuto. Nelson; David D. Mastor of Arts.of tbo UiuTettjtjrTpf Virginia the most happy seceew in Nervous and Dyspeptic m legal repreaentauvca. ALFRED EVENS' J.M.Whds, J do5ri.- -

I Wiley Paramore. Marthew E. hunt previooslr obtained d fn-w ths&b.iha diseases. Consumption, Asthma Liver Complaint Jut. It, 18J6. l3at Same 5hi's.8ZaLr U15Uu.Mluae1.S ;

! CbcmutJes-ee Peurifor, Kew.T. D. of AndertLnBzatfW,JEathoataHos NWural Philosophy Rheumatism, (chronic and inflammatory) Drop. THORDtJRN'S GARDEN SEEDS. i 299 op 1 ,. 1.-"fYW"
I Cauwea PolUnd. and Moral Phllosopby eon ft red Benj. D.Wrillat. 4beiaf .k1ILd.. .be -
8pencer Pagii Chemistry .tea, Jpc. & -, ARDEN, GMSS, Clover, and Flower seeds or'Utho Sao 1 t -
; ln.J"l11ta puurmoreJdam only upon rigid and extended exammauooa. For fall the reader is jnrited call m above ptcpstt$ levied epa-as 1's.'05sk'akssedI TI

I; *-ra wfurd,Jauiei Roddeoberry, Kirh'd. The ondrrugited, having knowlrdgo-of hiatalaU at Mr. Moffat's particulars office,,387 Broadway, and receive to a growth amaU'.lut'oft of 1838.'At.oa Dahlia Hjaeynth. Tulip, p Pstt Jditsit4t m oud oaooa. ,M
, Crawford Bird Smith, Shad rack acquirements and habits, and boeag saUsSod of die Good Samaritan:jmtlisbed gratuitooly. *- a ortmenl to satisfy. thecity taxis rTsoid .... ia ar- I sa ghds j. o "..ar4tr4
copy and Tube roots aad a.
i CoIlma.l1a.r$ Smith, Mo.es that the method of inatrociioo which he baa adopted I; ..' Pbonia.of Flower Crocus Poti for sale rose by 'roar.' .J. BARRY' cit7 BUrafasJLi I. 10 -4j.S iTlr.lA.d .n4.L '

I Carter, JamesAaron 8ltarsJobn is far better c,Ical.ted than that cemmonly The following letters are- lately Mlected from a "WADDEL RANDOLPH, LEWIS. :. hhc, 3J,18. : Wdlla .

naaid &lhara,Jacob osii to convey accurate knowledge and at. the very large number which Mr. Mof&t bag lately received I FeL2I 1839, -,. -6tf' 'NEW'BOOD.DELAyDt. ''IDW, _. f1n -_ .

Deboze.Powr Stone, Anne G. same time to give a proper training lo tho minds of from different portb of the United Sute I tbo the anthproftie Parlieiiiij : .., ..\ '

J>'kle. Thomas Smith Wm youth, have nmch confidence in reconuBandinghim Mr. Ho At-Dear Sir;:It is with.sincere pleas TnIIIks ,La hy .. -. .: T11 4 ,1''r .
-11. Tlklmtil Bofdantho Avoat ofBleOd.
Donaldson wish 10 have their s* ns tttU I to ba,.. bed taken from the sr .. ; II. 1o..d,#
John ShrfielJ.PlinjrSlade to those who may tire that I vantnre to address j en, to liank too for UPPOSED Aata ..ci j : .
Da.U,Alex'r. ,JohnSuncell taught-as a centlenian m wh. qualifieatioa the benefit I have mceived fn>m your metficMas,' ffcl Rail fload" Depot.oat the ITth inxt. _two TbeonaatwtDtMrJ'. M. WILSOIt KW .> I O."IJ.11.. 1

.FUILtrd Wyiche Ridi'd they may safely rely. My wmplaint was salt rheum, lor which I have tried 'HAm TRUNKS eowainuiK ladir> elothu*. lor a noto of Jnesl drt a '

Fenell: ,J amelf Thompson,Nanry 2 Mr. Coleman has been enjnjed, rlbnele&n nearly all the medicines which were vdvert bed One.was 1DUk..1Jft the top B. B. M. with Feb.;21239.._ 4 .J.-.. & .. :,

Gray NatJtalUCl Thomas SamM B 3T sine he left the Uaivorsu,m ia the newspapers. itowerer. received relief brass nails, the other a light eckxwoJ trunk with -i? .-. .
Iden.Joll&lJaa.n and has thus both g iacH oxportence; andur.ibedevidic RO particular marks. Any.information respectingthe flWkA ds1* pg -
U, WmTompk'iM emy from any of theu Since I wa shown your Good lbtlJbv..1t't :
Griffin,J oB John"Taylor ( of his ability lo ptepare.yo.ngeentlcsnen Banariien which induced me to try your m icine same will be thankfoUv- rsoeivod by tti&.pido4o < .;

Jop| pn, Zachariah ,Rich'd to enter with advantage the Uaivetsiay, When I applied to TOU, mIle, and arm wete ao JOS.c.H ,
left this oSos.
Hunbletoa,John Vickers. Abraham or any other of the Liaberti of learningGESNER bad that they looked like rawbeafandwerscor- Inrormatie may be at -

trod EU beth If illey, Wm. E UAR.RISOH.Prot' Lm'.-. ere! with scars but.after,taking a U ant box of I Jan. 6, 18S9." .C Gwae $ :y 1- -:, i-- 1 fl1_ -s

haJlMi WaTJ E. West,Jwus and Chairman of .i 05U>CiillES, PROVISIONS,Ise. --- -
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Resitlerana Jolap Weaver. Xaq TAD BONNYCA8 ?ru4. *atLjmalic .: Iwaa1emflirsyeSre&! Itb-t r, ?SflgBoard tf Diroetor ofth l1aica'Buak fit '
r--. u While I ,Caleb < W. B. ROGERS pier.11'DI lJkUoopby, bar Okonthi slate I was cared, and I have bad %w .1. Florida tea ordmd the raomptsw ieopodo P.S.FWA1M. t ft.Marks,

; ''r. WhitklODJuea J ; GOO. TUCKER PsL jks1 Phi1eeophy.IfCo. return ttf be offlplarn. I have reeommended vent ,( aAeiratu; .r ...Ik.rllt,..:. Ii.dDUart EUSTV.GOMBSJ. t' Flcrida.

J. W. "yche. W. P. EMMBT>rot .iattJ.. medicine te-acverul' pur.wrsand advice all iflUetdwiik soUcMsrZachg.-( I zv 05 c-iis **teks1IIi
IfaI ikhud. Whit.6eld,J- E. .. ,}. the 'saltrhenm'te' ru. 'ResveetloQytyoar JOBJI :.
.5paainm ,
J'c.bs.Wm.B.3 tloRlFFYTll7PMTj| ia.e, ,,r.J. IIj. '-r'' twe tilt. ( : ; -
Wise. Wm f btsrv*fl!, M.CLEOVER,' 1 .I..IW IIitPk I <, 1'1 .., j _
Lrk.4,,James Waif on.RoddickWyebetTkomas 1..CABELU PwA AP&GDJ.u4 Surfer.Jebnurjfth i. Stb stfceiw.en IUt.and Jaetom ATrnoea, ; j I ---
Love .to- A .
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Yerby. ." H Mr. If oflJat- Dtarflirf WM '
:: n Yeoma.n..Ablalom 5TJLaED-oJt1JTOLEN H .M ssvraI eaia .appW s the most lalMbkiswkbont'rehc -1 ;t.t..I- ,
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: 1..I.I1eUu, fro*'Clinks,. N.' '1& VERT.I1t OREfc JstlRJG 'TOlfET. ATri.iid i4P'. 81:18I4r--a.. .. #-,.t.:.II,It.'1
Wa. 4 .'rS i.hirf :Jsr aid lW .. i JwbD1a.a'reoei'iJ ;.. .. --ei ..
-/tJa C-not ad4reMc4.&o any. .. JH"ifr**"*** *, "" rm..fr.11 .J. 'J! '
,person. -r r'..' Ifbat. thoflti tOMtenirtrtdaJ Aoto dto T01,1Tbongil "
Me IJlauIIM t1lG6 I. eeferely with them at, 1N'IIIt" .

Mc4sd.nZt&t1iZj _., I Wrning' .cr"uf1 the timof f XMKa.;jsourindfna 'it..Jft ,.. .-- .
Parsons caUiaC M toy of the Utters will PU11'r .utI k b""n.r.161".ar ftw nscItsw *. hb-thusn4Pand.I &iott .r ... -.;- ., .,} $ I23Or--'( t6J*rD :

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.0. ".t ic6 ill' 4 NJXi..Ip.: :toy s* Waters .."irtstafccnMty,Will eukewjrfec LL LL yeooM are bartAy ccntoae'. $ .r,{ trIJ: z3'T .

t .tr; .!.W 6t. .. .A ." .iaI WI,aadreaders to tb* Hosu efite .t. = tlaias A .-foraewtaia'arterfkasd fcras4 fiS 81 r" 1 .&

a.l.J1Jeotdd Di t I Caeaty tJowtaf LMB Coeafy.asd ffiy ier' apiaat tail f t1 property aaJanoary 4ftjr 4cUari* w** V.i .. u- ; .'ILl&
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die D.Caaaej beanc.lfiaid
prexried
,er aota wee grrea : Jil-,1.:4
GO. BbakaL : p. .1'
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a.' '40dse3d.r&4q 'f : 1'1. .-.t. tA4g the r--rihrr. ., .- 1 I -j a sea tract ef land tyisflG lie,Qeiiia rirw. ra
-iit.s4: e&ars iatTestotf i the CflASS.IBIE.:
ld"c coutyrw: ,tistlstlef WI4aV
: .4oW.. JI ;- !:!_. leesjastotf t. pilI la'their data forth- 1tiI;1-I i. /.f't 33tf the
next
1st
A.pft.l&a payable of
:. .., .y fQ: it'.4Jf1 -I. Jsu'yagaJ 1 liAKEsl is dissolved I ydae dea* (Eij

-- -._. .-,.. -.-..' :1 pt:1os,, J. ". :a ;74.a 4\ .1 N9TIGE and bnDafiJ E.M.UVWW,.jij'niaa&.I Face aad that 1M JaiaiaUJBsw'tte torn wj beJTJ8Tretived _
-.u. waa peid byiaeoD' the XStJf day of Jvoresabettt tWl. .
..L.arju -. weeks alter,datel shall apply to the Boo .., .. .
SIX '
JIlt.JiIrJ I' J tWr .,J n.. DAV1D&WAIat .' of tbe eooaty court of Leoa caeaty1Cor. l last,befirc became dee. ud aet rirta op, e ad \ 11.J.\ D1fltCAN'B

.r" r_ we. .A : .THE Copartnership= 1f txirtltg ia this letters af Adniaistniioa on the causa of Be.jaa wi 1I..g be.paW. bf.Bi' Ja.i cuspk4 t.j.ce..e _c _, Oc&.tFra .. .
: T'IYIlItfI. eIy ttader the CUD* ef ft. RUS3KLUraa SiasrleUrr,deceaaed,late of said na.: 'DAYIDarr.Dec.8I8 -
2'.tJW'qOW oooaty.- ,- ./. .., 'I : 1
eTisenlvad
' tka&h of Septeaiber last.W tbe4eaU
; mJa. PATRICK SMITH.
,J. or ..&hsff1 1 IM zih flCr.tMseU. AU penoae bug daisas Jamiary 8th, 1838.. C3c l s frr$ 1i4 ,,0.nJca.
1i..1 tnt
*" dae' oriV. !
: &. leueelVKsutBag riac $, ., ... L- ? 1 t'.* .t eaid jMrtnerafaip will .1bnI f r.set : IIeace.- *1 ?.

' ; *i- FlsrefGeatjia uiw*. .iisfosi4.. ; i" d_f ., Ueneat.; aJJpenoM indebted will snake aay- THOMAS IL UAONE t &TEAYBD from iriber. T-PeLlI 13th. .1Z&JqJ BAR7l"Am
bs&s .. .Ben W1LLLAMTJAHNON.Scrvivbg ATTORNEY A 7. LAW : ;tW2h of Ocsotaerfwar. .HJhq
II I' ..fee?.be I GAJJIftflAN'S ,VEGETABLE 1/Q.Lelyto It : I
f..u.j .a. .. Partner.. TaUakaute, Flo. tle.flo.a bay HOE8E- The oaJy DISQLUUUM.HEcoeearaSCD. ..
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..d.vll. tbs bit 1 1t : VQ'A1'D AGUE PILLS,, -TA I Tallahassee, October 1st, 1838. .rb rtwUeaed ie a wake spot ee I Th 8'w. oofJj I
.S8. I "IJ ec..lorw..aor ; : ILL practice in all the Coons of Middle t1. tat sheoJder and busby tail, it is svapoaod aid wa c.Uo;iftiq dais day Wlft.i bj sesteat
Iq.d
l ; )1fth'i.P:8P \fNf eo.
NOTICEIX Florida. Office adjoining that ef Lesfie A. Horse will makebiswayspiatoGtorgaAbbcrIward I -a5J .-.. Tie,r dirJ'be key.tr.
n.l1nOf'AS VOLLOW$;. wAppjElL RANDOLPH k LEWIS. Esq. 116} will bo ta ,
months after date the subscriber will apply r ye given aay pmem who shall c1e1 f' daap iaao&iet. toell.an

;_ ., rer. .U T*.*1 PriI'14.1938' ..l "-'h7 t:3 te the Honorable Coeaty Court for the county Execator* Notice.IX er him to me in Tallib! aeee. er ta'ormatioa'I ed tithe UtTfinn'C.r.asAcedrfi ee astbeier IC
.00
."d' t- 'JI60 y- I ,I.'A ,Ul. I f Cadsdea for leave to present her accounts and; ( months afterdate shall apply to the Judge t respecting the same win be thankfolly received. --staaeu 0De die entirely -a., M a'kgerjadugeace;i
E.LCLARK. '
i" 'r 1.00 "LP.COPM&.i.'sIckcaMdC1!I ,aad prandmiaiKraterahia'iy for a final discharge from the of the County Court of JeffisVsoo for a anal Taflulhssse-e. Nov.24th 103' ether of the rrMeniZ2
& w.. ft jJ&-this city during the fall aad Winter ,and I *of tie estate of tbe late Doet. Ro- settlement and discharge from the Eiecutorshtp of: 1$ the r esent.aMoetic.Ilo afiatrs of the foe tbe forpote cL srW*

;: ,'& .. .. UOO hopes that than,who tnav wish to obtain his serri- kert H. WiUoa. HARRIET WILSON E.White,deceased,late of said Connty. TO BEIITa concern.- '

k&thstic.aaWDeM p 2500 eta will call iaasaediatelr at his reern, over, the A4e iar. with will anejtedBy JOS. M. WHITE. THE tajtUtioe Skill Point I DAJt1tJS.WIt.UA S. 1

'FJe.d U.4'PI .. tiOO Academy! ,where they msjvalosee specimens of her Attorey. JOSEPH MeBRIDE. (-m) __Dec. 8lh, 1838. _EnCUfor.DB. occopied by Mr. A _MODb e. Dee.l8 1a JOWl ..:CUIG.

h2S ; iitry F. BEATTIE Forrester is offered for rest the cnn zert
,... S II.. pt1aLapgL Miit Robert Cazable Jr. and Joan _
:-..Pt ,, r Jt 00 Tallahassee.,, l88. .}G JY.L G. Gamble jr. and my friend Jour (, FYER8 his Professional services to the cal iD ynr. For tern and ronber ia. AGJNCY AT, ".ASHL"G.l'ON CJJl'Y ID,
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0.;,'If...J'm.Vte, 500 COTTON BROKERAGE ParkJUjJ .are m'.ger.,and will attend '., zsoTallaheueeaadtbeadjoi"incountry. ther information,apply H.to FtCU'A DICKENS.(thcqity.wash ..

fly avtler of tba Trustees, And Commission Merchant to my business during my abSence from tbe TerriLOry. JSfis office is oa Adams Street corner of Clinton op- SL BERRY .aacreli aedOle'aM.tIDeDi held

F. # EdWAKD REMINGTON JOHN G. GAMBLE. -site the residence of J. D. WeatcoU Jr. Esq.Tallahassee 20:f by I.several yrs.tJae Try.War .e--

.J1s.4$83.f. Sec'y. THE subscriber would inform his friends and Jane t 44DB. ,July 6th. 1838. 4cUfA TRAY ED from my wagon at St. Harks 1kputmeu..gaderblua tkAce-i ll '$1
: public io general that be has \eDred a.z, about the latirr of Oaober Black Stad be(.re.CoeiTess,aad cQer bnadks oiJ.
; .'&. part ,a Yen1 -
the business ; fc
of Cocton Broker. IL
'. aad Commission 4 A.lIDOLPD ad8lclillleo..n
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MULE with marks 1ad
of harness other
I General Assortment of Blanks on him. no
HE the "ineet Merchant the City of New YOlk and is now (prated himself Tallahassee of printed no the various ;
,00 reasonable I marks .bIic,*lkeaHe' ,
HA rec'ohlected. ,jriQ
A satiable reward will be eaa.t toed
for given
good sale this Office.
at
.Lia a' **Mt eftt of i Bookt 8tapurchased prepared to. receive Cotlon.end other produce intended fsrstis profc*ional sentkes te tk* public. paper for his air PrHmptjoa climr-iL. of _
ti.oj*?;.''IC it&Ji3chvu forprices. ler this market which be will dispose m Be is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. RaDdolpb Justices Executions Blank Deeds, delivery me,near Monticello. any: tt'tIb roe public londi-daiin.pociag 13
information horses 10
Summons so that Dgtt bia.I pw j"
ca.dcaa bus-a&ig.w Yo'k rta.zI eomm"lOn. and flatters himself that from long oo Monroe gtreet Bills ofSwbpenas &le. die seniat oI thsj TJntedStaT sJ fl(
MINOR WALKER. destroyrevobxtieaary
A i .ift1.e..w., perebe'FeritJB acquaintance in the Northern and Southern'.markets JMTaytfi- 41 Warrants, Declarations, I DeC.22I.I83. 20 St ,.ivaIjJ ,aad .roeerty,y pewsioiM.-
Vtwrrfcn o1.orbr&ri.s. ., be sHsJI be enabled to .slisfaetion loaoch O 7GUNItEPAIRINGJOB WoRk Reconizanee !njnis for *Tahaioear .ClYiceuiwLcthtr Sx .
: &.e.&e.&c..c. om.ati.LhalrlTarIba.ty
**tea .. 8O rtment, .. as may feel disposed to patronise him, not only in -_ IN cttA %CERY. 114, .5 .en d10lre C
diu a to svd 34e Bibles tIOID to, the sale of ibejr producbut Li the investment f| TOE"!. METCALF having removed from MrTowtz's DENTISTRY.THE Josph )I. White & John D.Edward., Fzecatnrs s_nat the IIa1e ot'ViIi.ica as tie United States

.16J", 'Henrrii Cumnealarise ceaplete. 15 any part of the proceeds, they may order or direct. JLP to the well known Shop of Mr.JoIH .- subscriber respectfully the citizens of E..Wbrte deceased, aU l daiwa/ lfMria oat .f contracts with the rev Sr

&tc Clark's eonuaemUriss JUSTINIAN F. DAVIS Ersox,oo the corner Monroe and St.Augus vs. ernraeni. damages sustained (0
oa tha New TeaV4 ) Florida and others that be has in eomcqener .
*% *> >QSeotU do. 10,00. '8babptares..orb I No. 60, Water Street,: tine i Streets, opposite lb. CAPITOL will at all I permanently located himself Tallahassee for tbe James L. Parish, Admin'_rat r of Thomas the artioe or conduct of the govemraear.' And in re

.S if9,0** It&ndanI work equally low.. New-York tim. be ready to attend to any call in his line. practice .f Dental!Surgery. Ifs practice will extend Delphy decease dc ed,any bvsiaess bcfiara OarreM 'or the f.'>lr St

Hale*, AenrdioBaaad musk boxes gold aid silver azrcscxcu. Tallahassee. Oct. 12th. 1838. HMfToQchers to the adjoining cQntiesoG.dadeD.Jc In the Saperior Court of the Middle District of office* hieh may require. the aid ala agent or alf ci

FMrfls,!lena u.cap paper at 2#(>the half roam. R. W. Williams Saml. Reid Gov. Branch, Tel- HOUCK'S PANACEA. and Thomas,, Georgia.OceattbeCtyHoteI.. eno I, Florida. Jefferson CountyNovember 1838.HE tonIe). -

WAI. WILSON, tahCo auee. Jas Laoier. & Co., duiix-y. J. B. A FRESH kUpplyofthe above raluablc! mexli3BL subscriber Laving been appointed Auditor Hb charge* will he modi rate, 4.path>g npon oc

It 1&31'UtI' lhin. Monticello. W. J. Bailey, Magnolia. -. cine just reteired. For sale by W. CROSS Dentist. T and Receiver i in the above caw,So collect and lbeainoentoftbeclaMifandthe extent .r UM $r-
W. G. rices.Ma..
Porter Stseph.
'', : ,. MARSHAL'S SALt Apalacliieola. Craig ft Daffin STEWART &BARNAUD. September 27th,183811 iccrive all paj/<,, vouchers, sod eSirctsofute the let. It
Jp Dicaas
.vy ,virtue .r a writ of Fieri Eaeias isine l Feb. S. 18M. JflylLeather May 25 JCarriage I of Thomas Delphy,deceaaed.and to seuJe said' been ia kaowa ie most of thoe .110> Lave 1K
JUST Coogrev within the
oCSapeaWrcoDrtoru.MicicQe piacrict RECEIVED. t state according to I I.w. berely gives no.ice to all] last few years or wkg

.trieri&1 for Loa oxinty. it which Oakrordat Lime, and Hair. ONE H NDRED OUNCES French perron towl.om.the said Thomas iel-'hy,dffeult'i?, have occupied say public st
WasosbJat9.AGrtwbicaBldin& Flaw. THE Subscribers hare .n,Unihr oa hand a II Sulphate' Acetile and 1\1 Qult is indebted in any minuet .eTer.1O render to All letters mnM be post paid. 10
kIm assortment of LKATHER.s iui'e Morf bine and Reft1trGfY.R..K.Call.Guy.Wm-P.Du.
Ad BeaMrtia a' C. are P1ai"rjlTt a ntasrmenLofFrrnrh ana bim.w IthoU( delay, their demands ! and I for Gin Bands, B.1meas. Cnrriage Boys and I English Chemicals. Twelve ral, Gen.Jo5-n P. Dural,3Jaj.Jest IL W.flis.
Mtaner..IfaW"aN dsendeig, I hue Inibln Tope, 31.lloa1 Medicine rprding to law; ant all person indebted to the samewill e
.a.d apaee' ublic sale cm S.tarda1. Shoes &c. Alto constant supply<>r LIME, and I Clip's, and a larje supply of DfH2 Medicines make payment imoudialely in order to enable April 183. Roh'r.

$ SKthJaasrytuz.i. fral bov8 IA fr.i f HAIR, for Pla&unng: .Jll of which they ofLr I Perfumery, dtc. &c. For sale by the 5abscnber to soule the said estate as soon aspossible. STORAGE, STORACSE Ac. U

-c.'dn is, .Jb fellow p low f-rcaih., or in exchange for hide,at tbe-r Tan I WADDF.L. RUDOLPH, 4- LEHIS. WM. BUDD. Subscriber! has 11 ten tie ; I
!
THE SiorcfoioH-rlj
Yard.
BROWN & GAL RAIT M.r 19 41
amaocs. vt bb M'ntirehl15th Dec.. 1833.
J.
; da1lLW&,G*,P ly B. Ptaery Esq.. at S.rnt
Taflahaee An .
Baazsb. 11th, 18b!. -
Mf I
i4q.Poly. F&nsy. aDd e,. Lit'W eV BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY. Territory <*Florida, Marks*nd will atcud Io the StriJXC an4 i1.
'uu te Pf'Irty 0 aid dcfednis JOHN C. JACOB!, Harness Waking. lhD COCXTT. forwarding' urb articles ,
ud SffiROPC'SALS : as be
l tCPTHE subscriber 9THE subscriber it may a*>u.D- U
.WlOCcll4. **thJ' laid writs aecnribng 10 I... having engaged tbe services respectfully )- 'ed to bis care. By diJigest attention .
YIRIIT rAElJJUX oft skillful Carriage and Harn** M.ker,from --1- forms the ciiiztiu of Tall ahasee will be received for baiWin; a be to hwbusinew
1aL iT37Lb.S 8AWL. H. DUY&L, U.8. H. Cabinet Chair Jk Sofa Maker, the Nonh. begs. leave tn inform his friends and the IiiIiI JiI and vicinity, that he La COURT HOUSE in the town of M di*>n, bopes to obtain literal shire of r.c

.. Pik.'IsA.,83tit.. O New York.-late from Columbus Georgia.RESPECTFDLLY public thAi all oiders for repairs &r,shall be p'ir.c commenced fbe rnZ aura ,
-.0& SALE informtKe tu ally and neatly executed.Saslderr Coots end Shoe in this city i in wiil be 40 by 62 leei,i wo aioi ie* high-tb*

e deJi1'erable at the VI.r D.r.l L _- cii'izcna or Tanal1 .fIe .. Work Done. :the building immediately opposite tb : store fir roriflS'be 'hip e-J,'>"",h a Cupola; : ia iha cenire. Tl>ex SUPERIOR COURT. LEON COVlTFall \ ft
j .
Js 3W.seUuvjag S.me article: _________________ and of Uie Teintory of Florida E.B.CLARK I I Fu ei.ch & Cook, on Munroe si where he is Pnpal'ed > >se of the wale to be nine'rincte* thicker tl>ai i iUYnal i-1 Ten,, 1838. .

Flour. to manufacture all articles! his line of busing for buiidinrs of U>u s. The Basement
generally, that he haspermarcnilv TaJUbassee May 5 1838. a s. Alva
,
rCosfcaBeeoa ad 39'fR I.; he ha & Spear &Jooathen T. ('atten. it
"good workmen in
his
an-1 nrytbenrethghthefiooranIp3rtitiorisn W'
located employ will
him war
12 'If
L 11 *
Ditto
Partners
Gaavass Him*, ;I ra n in the City of Tallahassee AD. BCETTGER, I ra this work to be done;in lie best m.nr.er. and a It be made ol i B.i k.t.> be divided into '.ar room. 20 trading under the firm of
.. ESPEC I'FULLY
j informs the Ladies: and I. reasonable price by 22. and 16 40 feet with Sprar Patten. > Atuh'iv li it
: 6 _ for the purpose of manufaeicrhe I Gentlemen paivdge by two pori .
E.ecGe.hea pat r, CABINET WARE: of Tallahassee aDd i its vicinity, 8oo' f d and oilier repairing done on accdm cc roesI2br 13 SLppore-l hy plar-t.sirrsse) to ;.w,) U-1f4J..
1
.. a Geeks VIJ he will continue Jolm B. Phbut .
, m Cheese in all its branchea and a*. to give instruction on the I uc dating leuns. commence in the I a.-sag and terminate in the Por- ,
; V Bbk lepr. PIANO TORTE I FREDERIC FILER liro (xvt-chtr build nzf be lathed and plastered. THE defendant and .T') nth,, mterotrd ....
.. k-1Ar4. u/cs the public that it will be to thoir I : lake noiicv of the i
R..ffACLCAuct. by orders here advantage For the next winter season, to'all .lu any favor ApriJ28. l 3' : trECL T.ii. story to IM\C (-nr fire pj ce..fa>or d* fait l by Itirb- e
TallabAass,hit.', |839-tf giving instead of importing work him with their &&.(. I t II I: windows. 3J Iihu 10by 1"Vbes rscb.Tb in eut, and will ippear and prad! to tlir arbrjlioc q

from the north as the style and workmanship will lie also offers for sale sale COBlTciJBE; i ufp-r S'orv to be Ittfot high-la have tbe filed therein, a jthin llir' tier|rrrribed Lj law.
a
Urge aortmcnt c
MARSHAL'S not be excelled II ELLIOTS
SALE. by in the United States. PLASTER has b-en with
used t
any Music DR. Court Boom 40fc eat Boon L. A.THOMPSON.&
for the Piano Forte t atiurr, two Jury Ally trphr'
t: By rirt. of several writs of Fi. Fa. i ued Thoe who are in waulof furniture will do well I. II' Ibo latest publications. just received among, I I sucuu: And wherever it baa 1 7 by 20 fietearb-par itiou aid ceiling to be lathed October l.lft18. I I.3.n
t rJl &M..paIM' Court ef not to order from the north, as the aubacriber will I been introduced, has supers ded the use of other and j ] wx-dcn
the Middle trre 10 tbeilinj
Piano Forte pa < fro pillars Mpport WE.V
t t be able repaired and tuned on reasonable remedies fur the GOODS.
diiuigt et Florida for to ippply all demands tho ahorleU Dc- cure of orn..
/.ffer-n Couat in which upor. c >-thr judges to Ie p'aced! with the Inc k 4
lerni* His room ia at the old Court House. sjit DTHEI
tkr. A few will entirely scriber
applications has
Taylor aaJ U '. : remove the Ian, 'he .iaid just rrrnved .._
FWoliffl, and 10 p->riiii''D fire feet, and the platform prr
lacobI bV f renec.. Gor Call.R TallahaMce. October 5th. 1838. 9tf. est and further er Twc.Titbri! ; Sl r.
Lust.jh1dantJ lhkw Ilackley.E. Loch : corns prevent paiu. ? Ult aDd Niairod .
17 : fr %
JnWd upon ..d "aU 1 I 2b7 f.et for Alioriiey's table ani peat to beseU >nj w
: er man, R II. Brod B-ow-; i Price 50 cents box with directions for York,a fall C
nst".slo en 8t1ardtr. tae l'tJa orF'c. IfaywardV. Capf. CAUTION. per uie. r. 18 aeJ.es from the floor,; two Jury bnxesone supply of Groeerie, Prot>i day L. ANton, Co f. H. W. BraJcn Win. I For talc in Tallahassee! at the Dru Swre of Good*. Hard
Lester. f.L
II'II&.rt Capt A. : ware.Bagging,
ja cautioned
J.plta.,011.i4 4a J. tb. Cul1ow.f Ln"nul persons are against trading fora U in each side and nine eaU for spectator ia (roar Kope'.Crnrkrry. Bo..ig
WADDEL
lac popsy.Yia-o. bo.t,. Sqsire abou: -- 2. note of hand given by me to Daniel Camtrgae 31 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. o f the Judges sr at,two small and two Urge doors, aDd Shoes, Clothing, Drng Paistta OL'a. iron and
18
h. Ift38. aib
18 .r NOTICE. Tnomas Geo.for hundred : *v 41-tf ,&.t.which are offered foe
ape U.sgirlg.dl6ye&ri.Ht 1.au 1. I county one and 1 rith windows. Biieks. lime and Inml- r. it i? Ale 0411 very
' .% _isty-five i dolUrs dated the 12th of October l lrf Notice. xpected,.ii: furnished the liberal terms. I Zanier and owntrr
i.tM C ... SOaox. un. ALL! tliOM indibtid to the eaUte of T. Gerard, e in neigLbothoud. Merelmiit, are
:
,: I 11.a omu &feet.c.s, AIMS bales CUUUD, will please! make immediate paj ment as no further I payable thirty days after date, as the cnusMeraton j3rTHE Subscriber having erected STEAM For for her particulars apply t*> requested to coll and examine f r ll*>nim.vf .

- Ii J.SOO .e' aeeeJ,..to.. or U.. aod 600K indulgence can be given. I tor which the D'.te was fiven has faled and I am MILL ai his place, two and a half miles East of JOHN 3IILLER. L. A. MADDEN.

:: 12, ..IaC .. FREDERICK GERJRDIN. determined not to ray ft. Tallnhasaee will t be ready at all times to supply l Hicks Town, De. 1&, J338. 21 if _St. Mark*.October gM. I&3S. :

. h l.AriM.poD Uae of ITtb. 1838. ,. WM.CANNON.w ith Lumber and Meal in.)>,e who may favor i-iin Tii Charlettnn Corirternrsd Chronicle k Senti- -
eai4 Jco thai K'o" l -' NOTICE
piopetty .... ish ,
Tallala .
3. toAt arptition. JOH O. GAMBLE.
sM ,. .w Ie .'.f7ici wriuI EU' ;' -- --- I 13-tf. nel. Aa;i, will pnbtish the above notice till tb.- ;\ LL penoD.4I' holding claim
: according to FIBIU Nehnmathla.June 23.1838. 46tf.NOTICE. 4i tb againstLc ".' I.
:- JaL LANU FOR Situidaj in and forward
MINORWAtKR tuth S.\J.! Fetrnary next, their: or WmJ.W.C-.det.are
Deputy Marihal. cril>vri have tins day associated -
:" For SAM' IL DUV THE HAVE a fir&tr te tract of land for ..:Ie a.rcoanis. )lhi office for payment. I hem wi1boat del. requatret I"rr-nt
.1 ALe Marwb.aI. .:f.lve$ lo e'htr under the firm of I ling !.a. I LaU preen T'lr'r.
:. _Jan. It J83Sd' Gamble A ,Held, on AIi-ka&nkie; Lake Leon roun y, omiaining 1t r il E subscriber informs bisfriends and the fO- LESLIE A. THOMPSON. 141 the .fpril ''Jem 1839. u( J.CKMM.my L..tiut

. CIee. -- for the purpose of tr.sn.u.t' business ip iLe city 654J i acres 300 of which are cleared.tlU of it fresbanl lie, that be has pure'ased the entire stock in j ATTORJfLY fr Court fur a final settlement and a.k fcr :! ,
; la. under good fencing also in cultivation. l. trade OCTAL & HCTCUI.VS, and the business COUNSELLOR AT LAW from a d1
4 peraoM are hereby eaotioood aad( of Tallahassee.They ,. a high state of win charge the farther acimiiu-li. of
orwari I TAUURASSCE FLOLID.A.HUlSf isid
.* act to trade for a ccrtaia will have on baud at all times general) There is also a first rate tract adjoining hereafter be continued in hisown name in the same e .'. THOMAS il. VlllTfoL.ritr.aael ,
promu-1 the
.... I daxed. time i. &belDOnth 0' otembr 18i aol F' assortment of goods and will be disposed to serve my plantation/ of 428} ax res, 17 j of which u cleared store occupied by them. He returns his thanks i to : resumed his; practice of h& pr>fes&ion Adm'r Ez .

c peI..we oa tlN6ntda Jaas&Ty with. their friends and the public upon the most faroialleterms. and under cultivation. Both tracts have sever ii the pablic fur the liberal encouragement he has recehed prontptattenuoa tORJb4JlIiOtl SIitsustedtohiscbareint1e &pl.!.IsB. t.tu'
t 1839. i and be aol cites et Sepei ior Coarts of tl e 4.1'
a eoDtiimance
of
2Dtert of the
at 10 JXMtIS: B. failing streams water running same.
elM through I
pa pel' .1111I. for tile sum o( GAMBLE.th has hand and ; M iddleDiatrictofFlorida, and ID.he Coon of
He wf I Notice
Ape
on continue
.
kr.s tkre boodfcd and thirty-three SXM. REID.June eui I would also sell with the land 10 negroes.; to keep a gereralasrt .
?. 1518- 41& This can beliaJ meat of such good as are for the peals.Office sa1 JE3-E s. KUScLL is nv avih..nj..t
3400d0fl11raMsigaedbyJugugua AUtoo. property on good term!*-apply i iII. h) necessary the aoolh
and town and country trade. He invites all on side of Washington Square. iIellL while! I am al> sent fr tie
. "II
W. A1to. and auuU .B. WARE.Micka those who m T m.rr.
,
payable to Darid LAW .sO nCE.Wlll. Feb. 17. 1838
"; Barrow.or bearer,at aaid noU kaa beea 'ukie. Soy. 10. 1 3. Mtf t.are outstanding accounts previous to 1833,to call: 28 JAS.T. LIPSCO3ILL. I
fully raid j M. RANDOLPH ATTORNEY 4hgIJSt 5. l"3.i.
1r ucI diadw. and settle the same. OriK rs fiom tl e will IilCOPOUNb I
'-, J&Lll11. RICH'D. WH1TAKER. T LAW, will practice all the Courtsin ; FUR 8ALt he punctually attended io, and g"ods o-untr/fumisl.rd FURNITURE FOR SALE.
at
'; U-f Agent fOr fl.Borrow. Middle Florida, and .attend to such business Jj"A second hand PIANO for sale low. if early the Io*est market price. THE Subscriber has in store lor sale a beautiful -

""": TAKEN* UP. as may be entrusted to his care. Office in il le< build application is made. Apply tr. AD. BOETGER. The highest prices given for all kinds of countryproduce. a4ortmeat of Furniture,conM'uing Bureaus, ESSEJI.CB OF SPBr:1CE,

w,;,,; N 1ba J* '.BL 4 mall Sorrel l1one. Saddle! ing formerly occupied by Call and Walker Tallahassee. October g7th. 1858. It ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. SitlHar.I.rt.lr"les./ tables. Ladies Work JY'rtk .r .tta.t Beer,

; V aad Bridles, with until Maze in his fac e. October 2 rti. 1637. 13-tf FUHNITUREBUREAUX Tallahassee April23. 1833. 38-tf Stands B-dsteaiJ5, Sofas,Chairscurled I air Mira's t- dircctioju for -.-/Vr SALE 6p

: : -ac:*** hT*..e ame""T calb *at H. J B. Notice "" Tables Mabogcny and Can t &. &'. R. J- HACKLEY. WADDEL, RANDOLPH, k LEWIS

(roema.Jaauuoao 011 lab LiJayttt and "Iia i tg THIS, mo notify all persons whom it may a. single and double Iii*at liThIsuuiaea TAKEN UP Tall ihassfe, Scptrm>er 13 h, 1838.4w- Tallahsmer Jrpg 30ib. 18.A -7_ te

or""err1ItR.I.. GASJCINf. that after e x pi r alien of*ix weeks &c. For sale by ETA small bay HOrSE,supposed to be 6 years Charles S. Administratrix's
3n.l718.
S4tf I 4iaj I ppy! to the Hon. Judge of the Court of Jr.FRANCIS. old, no particular mark ; the owner can have him I Sibley N Pursuance of Sale.

.. '- Ld C..PIUI Leon for Letters of Guaidianthip, fur lbc minor' T.l'aha'see Jan 9 1S39. 2kC applying to the Overseer on my plantation and U. 8.Attorney his Middle District off 1 0. I County Court t/Leou'couary a dcc-t'e CJ the anJbr'ndVof or the

: 7OUcbN7 cn-; that this CompanvtoasflaiprrvateasJf heirs of Asa McCoy late of ihis county dec. -.WATCIIESJEWEHY -- paying (or this advertisement. OFFERS professionalscrvices as Attorney tie JdmifliSUbtriX I ball ,
for
: at Law. in the rollectioa of exp. M sate at Pnalic -
4"i vik.cca.' lois ia the THOS. L. HALL, THOS. B. WINN. debts in Middle Fl.ridHe will t olIto the highvst bick.eron the 4J of

aq"palce Mali,aa4 ea y ef their lands ib atip1.iZ Oee.22J 1838. toil arfmr. PLAED WARE & 'c. &r. -October nib. 1838. I 12:_. the Courts 4c. in the Middle DiMno. attend all F.bruuy uur,the zou: .lag Lu1'8. urte clay ia ibis

.tbs sims .,.as heretofore: vix. D1SSOLUT10.N. LAND FOR SALE.: Office in Monroe Street,in the building! formerly I City TaU.Tha5oe- ,"iz

..et&Jae'0'iidipllos, a.e be paid Ia cash ,.HE Co-partnership heretofore existing onder The subscriber has on hand .I [: will sell m.r tract of Land consisting of 32 oc'upied Wm. Wilson as a Book JJure.TallshisMeiih. LOT Ho.224.

fiaertyfeeae.twoaa' three yeara __ the name DCTAL & HOTCHLVS ia InU day 1 a handsome assortment aft tbe acres, 170 in a high state of cultivation with May 11809. 40-if LOT Ko.n7.

.. 'r.. will Rive te perch a.. I dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having above articles oi will receive good gin Louse, and screw a sufficiency of L'JT Nu. >a>.

_..ItCOlllll.upon .raJa Mln(one demands rgninst said concern will present them I to additional supplies dm ing the cabins, and provisions enoagb to supply the aegro plantation NEW DRUG STORK. Sold by order of Coon, and for the benefit ef the
- a hcIt.q.. in cash ard the baUaceto authorized -____ reason. He has alto a Is THE subscribers. have formed h heirs and creditors of james '.
:: WLCX. Foam DOTAL who is fully to rge the fim year. The (land is aitnaf. 8 mil' a co.}artner tin Brya.lazc.t aaid
.JI'IrJIW.ysan,ud Seltalfm'' settle all debts due by the concern. And all thoseiodeUed _ supply of Windsor Rifles, from Tallahassee the Mica sake*road and adjoining ; i the Dm; bn.iness,under the firm ot .J W seeved VT I..d will make payment to him. which be sells! very low.: lie I l Mr. Lortmer and others. Immediate WaddeL Randolph, ft Lewis. of Ale. K. JH.JCKLEY..

,; .. ,.fT ALEX. FORMY DUVAL, assures the publi: that be baa in his employ the best ion will be given. For terms apply to Duval posse ano. They,have jost received and .now ofl,r for sale! Jaau.try9, .ra. .

WA1es Caa.rb.i. ia aothorif to reeoireae9gau W J. HDTCUINS.nsgee ol wat*h repair: *n, and be pledge himself that any Hoi chins, TallahasseeB.A.. CUAPPEL. one door north of Mr Birge's clothing csrabliah- 1otiee.

II j wUk fmrehasere a.to \ April ,3d. 188. 38-t w I1.teEm afoafa 'Ph wfll gito:Vll .***&, anJ in the bf st manDer. FREDERICK TOWLE.: L FRESH DRUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS trd KJ counts ami vouchers we present oar ac-
Notice to the Uou.
teigaatioai aad faaertf'ly aueaa to ,iu affair*'ja January lg-< ALL persons having cUims agaia the estate OIL, together with a variety of Perfumer and the Judge of
: I3w4* *- ii 5wkh HE adenigned, adraiuistnter of UIZabthe Bl. G. Wikoff ilecd. are hereby notified to one County Court rfGadedcn Coitus;, aIM aprl/

;I ;j.iii.1 bs ,'. the'flard of ; Boruey, dec hereby f\t\ notico If odre. present their accounts, SB I shall within six moot! fancy aaticles for'he :HetJll to be discharged from ibe iainisuaion on the cs- )
Di- ciders from and
t -. ..JI.IOIe Ddt Spnag Term ofjtnn County Court. lie wil JAMI'.8 W. C\LL\WAY, is my agent to f rom due apply-to tl.e coun\ court for a final dis- PhysiciansPlanters r'01IntrymerchaDU tale of fanmcl Edwadr,deceax d.RAC1JELEOW..nDS..fImr'x..
tbaS68 will be thankfully received and fait h-
all business in Middle F1I\Ia.
.._zIs$. a.y").u.-dert.lpt :" finally settle bis accounts and apply. for his diacharge my A. McNEILL. da r'e- hENRY. BONn (uliyattecJedto 1 tf WAf. H. .
administrator aforeMid. .12. 1839. HUBBJRD Jdm'r.
as as Jan. 23flm .
J I' UWtS.Ct1&1'18. W. W. WADDEL.
4: SMITH. Jane 7th. 1838. 46-tf July 19th. 1833.. 1S'm ,
GKSWOLD. PATRICK KIRKMAN J. RANDOLPH..
; ABERNATHY & HAN.XA.
jI:. r.mm-:..i't4 l 3m Trn Kept. 1.1 1833. 4<4fNO 3IAKSHAL'SSALE.BT B. C. LEWIS. .
oa cOm bsIou Merchant Jut Leon
,; virtne of sandry writs of FL Fs. issued out Superior Cearf,-MidJU.,Dittntt
4' .J "UC&oIH. i ICE. ] of the Clerks office of the Superior Court Ntto Orltaxt. of Florida.-y 9v. TtKM, 1S38.

L Lvai, !. ance N. Qtx weeks nt'tcrdste application will b.a. wade for Usdndeo ,in which Perkbe
county Hopkins and
Thom Brown
A and
Refer to R.K. Cal Henry Bond. .
jgBatveBBBBau en.1uI**Tjiliinaset are i re to the Hon. Ja4ge of the County Court of Ms- White WiUiaom, A. Tonar. Johnson Ledbetter. Complt.vs. _
&aataitenabimmidan : : Jan. 17 J.B3Itl_ ___ la cu.l'
peycBr An S sJlthoiwia c Count for letter administration oniht Cldi.n Jabs Walla and William 8. Guns art'Plaintiff .
c.c.
E dIIi....IITfCif.." I.prwosu,i4'ti, for ecitlewjeot. \.. .late of John Campbell: of said County '.. sad Joba Wynn U Defendant, I bavf levies?ofoa D WiUiama f adaots.JokalaudamaaetaL 3( aft '

and shall expnee to sale at public anetioa, tot the the order of
M#IfrJlJ.I. paWica1ion.de II the above
:COLEMAN.vfetaafawriiofrira EILLCAMPBELL.JAD. IN
highest bidder tor ca... before the Cenruboa
se case--the
Ja JIdI"A tuuue of Jan Laada ef tbe
tfniru&lIu. 1I. 1&1 .IIII'
: door l in the 12th of
-_ j Qoioey on day Febrasry next A .defendants therein having been accaJeataDy omitted -
.SHIL'S 8ALK' $100 REWARD. in legal hour on aaid day the following described adit appearing to the satisCactioo the

"t .(oat of the property to wit- Court that he ie not aa lababitani of this Tenn.-
JdrI IOS filM BeperiweoUl otks A MAN railing hjm ell .ABNER. T..TOWirid 1 be east half of the south east quarter of section 'W.tRiJJWJ ry but lives in the State(
oonnOaiLTlE.D.if. JOCKEY'CL Ufl!
SEND. also, .ALEX'R.. -- n 4 township t nnp 3 and' "
9 tIT lMs "HIr 1IIUieI.c, I wbi ichi ; tha north east It w therefore ordered that said defendant
Races ibe will
Marianna Coarse
i >/ itimes Crraautron the Slat day of Detcsuiad quarUr of section 9.township t, 3 it Co-partaaenkip. THE ever and answer die bill
,. rIaiat w "oeIIiIU rings :being .appear Csmplainaafa according
Md. 14.'r
.
e- the 6th of February
H. A Charte ee Wednesday, -
Ust and
t& r... &ad i&fl bofro.wedof me a tiorsrvlMide adw j in the County of Gadsdea Territory of Flor Ia. JOha Bryant Flails and continue i to law,er the aasae will be takea for eon.
lo 1839.
SSOU has sine".''.J. Saidbor was a dirk yell Also, the following to wi i this day entered into Co.pArtaulbip days. eased; and that a of this order be
.ah's S.die 1slgm NI4Ir,uII betor bay with black ma..c and tail-black". .lees, a small Negroes aad ( : Eady,( a under)* firm of BRYANT.&NC1TZ aDd baring 1st day; Citiseas Parse, Smile heats, $3tXJ,50BO forthwith in copy awbbaberf

.- .. m bi M.jsmi. ". .,.'on i lite blue spot on the ball of ibe left eycl He( is' crest woman of thirty ya.rsof'not known age, and bar, child I four bouiht out the entire slock ia trade of the Ea- Snd day,Jockey Club Purse, II 250'. of Tallahasse, for newspaper fear months published ia tbe eitr-
iil.. I. Oft hlrf marked years age, name Simon n bay F.Gerardin 3rd day.Jockey Ctab Purse,3" .* COO.OO successfverj.
dies and with the collar and saddle tae: of ,mast respectfully inform their By oider{bia Honor
,.' .Am7 property&o 'wit An.\- beat -aold.. The saddle was padded en abe 13 years of age, and Base Non.a levied girl boot 14 years of friends and the Public,in general that they will 4th day Jockey Club Parse, mile heats 3 in 5, ,THOMAS RANDALL
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_ .\ sdp o -- 01 are. nd skirt*'and stitched arowad the .sidtsmade by; age.aJlor upon.and' to besoM continue to carry oa the Watch H*_lriwjsr and ,..d. Teat R.G.WcLUvae Clerk. ,Jedfe.
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;. n --flit da11( .N. s> the properly of defendant to .satkfy the well Entrance money.(eadada,, tea cent oo the
1-- fOIl JO .c. MdUnaq..cchai.atou. Tuwnsend is aboet K law.8AMiI.. JUCJ37BUitlSS, at established old per Tallahaatee,November 19th, 1638-/l&tfSADDLCRYLHA.
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I /J. nL.(1 a ,ears oM.light bairl blue eyes aDd fair complexion according. .' stand. They flatter themselves to ensure a shareof amount. of the purse mq for.Th .
'J blue frock coat cloth ; DUVA. LMsjr>iiI pnUfc by their own attentionand New MrkdRaeswilh govern ia all cases.
i &OOV..w.1 he wore a striped pastels us. patronage prompt .
_ *qSii .11 .He was raised oa Briar crock, Scriven county Ga. B/ BJ.W.OOILVIE.D.M.. I br the assistance of two experienced workara The above Ra es, will take peace aider a iiick A GENERAL aeseruaeat ddleebridkeAe

..... He show*! a/cccoamendauee (OlD...1.1J il1i..oa. January f, 1839. : from flu North.n Articles left for repair with erganiaaiieo ef the Marianna Jockey Cub, JBL AZao.Gee two and bar of rsebanesa.WHFRtlfCU...

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CORRESPONDENCE, &c. General may tin proper,after' an application shall have beep nude Yilli the 11 -1
to him' to Pn public store houses for too thee IDOInipai.tiktJt.- '1-Jme' borrowed and canari to bo paid to Sfth uf.Iaat tnonti,and in that letter I recoaweaded IW oUcompaiuei
WWIe'in iewcf. I? support of tbe militia troops $&;. not one cent of which haa been refunded by the Govern for,the protection! of oar frostier:, Sinftj Ch.dttt*t

Tb. following message of his Excellency the Governor sent (o Commanding General repeat ait that my most fervent hope that the ment.. reline The Quarter Mister,with every disposition to accommodate nrn, and i day have passed away and ont tier,are f tuwlujf mna t/tt
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may rlghlln his conclusions 01 country, informs rue, that under recent orders be ben ttttji'a
on yesterday, as follows : and that the received he now urge the raking of mi least two entire eempantCTof
ibo Senate EXECUTIVE "T llst' troops tray dive entire security| to the frontier. He is best will no longer be able to furnish express men on DIY requisition. You will thus tier, to be continued in service ontU o'Commai><'fgy .OcM
OFFICE, J clculated from his position; to form a perceive that I am deprived ofall the necessary means of being serviceable, and halt tend a force sufficient'to give'protection to ttecilaaM
correct judgment and the
TALLAHASSEE
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F.b.7. 1S39. | responsibility must ml upon those in who turn deaf this in few will Cod xaneh
opinion is entitled to power a ear to the course, if not adopted a day*, owe
Tofa SeMte and House of RepnxeAlativcs of ike Legislative But after the high consideration. aiilrcsa of for people. I am sir, very respectfully, Yonr obedient servant, country depopulated. The assaults of the IndkM kn M|

Council. OrrrOUS murders which occurred during the last R. K. f*.IT ICol. and of .ach. character,that :oar.people are;breaki >#n|> *"
summers after the distress and suffering, which was occasioned by ] Roll. Brown, Commanding 12th Reg't. F. 51. waiting your action. 'I meet iinccrelj' hope 1"I'UI tck fc

wft--tl'l : In compliance with a resolution of the Legislative the enemy.under the same assurance protection, we have without waiting any longer for the regular army.. W. BOW,J I
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; Council, I herewith transmit a copy of my correspondence with to slumber in this The right Tallahassee, 23J June, 1833.1Ci.r in the county of subsisting the men ee raised, and it eecs
-Col. Robert Brown of Columbia, and Major Garrison of Alachua I am ears a$ far supposed security Commanding Gtnerl Sir:-I wrote you some time t since informing you that I had shipped would bo madness to defer any longer, while the lodiane aunt
. relative to tbe necessity of employing a militia a practicable wi redeem his pledge can to Fort White 2000 buUieU of corn for the use of the suffering inhabitants of dering, and harrassing our citizens, and that coatinaalJy t
cotmtTi, force for vouch for his zeal and energy ; the evade Alachua and Columbia, and requesting you u the senior officer of the militia been in a fearful state of alarm for tho last 1 throe weeks,and w
tbe defence"f those counties during the past year and which yet hits p' ; ait and fall the frontier enemy may again in those lwo counties, to cause it to be equally dinlribuled among those whom toction offered us by the army ? None only the moving esc
upon settlements
Ytmtin enpaid. This correspondence contains all the orders !-sued cd. 'Let when least expect- I you might deem most in want, and leasl able t J provide themselves with sub dragoon from one station of no great importance to as, to aB
ty ttft on thot subject and with the accompanying! us therefore a far a the limited resource of the Terri- sidence. I have been informed of the arrival of iho corn at iu place of destination and,this is what they call complete protection. '

gtftgtii 3f (H! towne g smear will furnib ftlj I toe report of the tory wi permit us to act, prepare for tho defence of our fellow but have heard nothing from you, with regard to its distribution. You I lICe, and have long, that we might defend oarseivea or .
Information I !, regardless of the treasure which be Be will please give the necessary orders o'u the subject,and advise me of the manner many other cf oar bleeding citizen,and hesitate not-i* aajsittancca
p relative, to the number of officers and men employed, and yond this wo cannot go. But tho Government may of this expended.United' State I in which il has been disposed of. justify the calling out of at least two eompaiue* ef a
tie lengb: of time which they 'tre. engaged in defensive operations is bound to give all I have received no report from you with regard to the number of men of your With my bed wishes for your health aid ha|,
under orders. The Council will perceive without necessary: protection to our people and it is regiment, and the length of limo you may have deemed it necessary to con I have the hs
mf more speci- bound by the same moral obligation lo the i tinue them in service. But
this the pay troops of Columbia to prevent misunderstanding on the .subject herewith y 01In:8..1-
fcinicli! cnce on subject Executive can form no correct and Alachua counties who I enclose a of loiter which :
served under my orders during the last you copy a I have addressed to fllaj. Garrison,*
ediffite of the sum which would be required to those I and which you will please consider order directed
pay troops, summer. recommend again that memorial be presented to Congress as an to you for the same -
and dewy their rxpen es, while in service. All he can do is to refer forth all tbe facts of the and the purpore, if the same elate of things exist in your counly. Very Respectfully, Ttllaw.e D
setting case dif- .
lb Council she dates of the respective orders calling 'ierent murders which enumerating Your obt. servant, Dear Sin; -I ">vo received your Icll r of the lOlh faat. .It
out1addjhamhng were committed by the Indians. Thi-y af R. with of of Uw 24th olt. 1 have tt
; the militia; and the number of those ford K. CALL, a copy my answer lo yours
men orders anrtorized conclusive proof that the did not the Gen. aW thtt et'f't1T8'
army givo necessary pro. I Governor of Florida. Taylor, but I have no doubt that nea
to be rained. With regard to the reason why they have section to the country They justify the employment of tbe mili Col. Robt. Brown, Commanding 12th Rel. Y. 51. and that of Alachua will be immediately organized and receivice

not been rnu
kr rOll to my cnncspondencc with Gen. Taylor, which has been I but necessary to : in plain and comprehensive Suwanncc.FIa., July 23J,1838.o adopted by him in his report, and recommended by the Pneivas
untli-r resolution and is before' sjeal language, his Excellency, tile Governor of Florida. will appear from the message herewith enclosed. Oe .Taj
furnished a now the
Legislative to represent our cla m: proper light, and Congress with its usual Dear Sir;-Your instructions of Ihe 23d ult. has just come to hand, and in have received my letter, and I have every confidence in his y
Council. It hill! be seen from the letters of the commanding Gen justice and liberality, will respond without hesitation to your reply I have to say lh.all should have in:orined you of ihe disposition of the carrying the views of the Government into execution. In the

en!, that he deemed the regular (force under his authority sufficient for relief. This measure was recommended in my annual prayer: corn sent by you to Fort White, for the sufferers of Alachua and Columbia are hereby authorized to adopt such temporary measnne U J Jccssaiy J

for the dVfcnco of the country, nod therefore declined receiving or at the commencement of yjur present session and after the message I Counties, long before this but for causes beyond my control 1st. Your letter lor the protection of the inhabitants of your counts]
refonizins; the miiitia employed, as in the service of the United mature deliberation mot of instruction accompanying the corn never reached inu until about three justice and liberality the General Government for an app!.
on the subject I can discover no better weeks after its arriva!, and iMIy, The of I I fed for the a
; far the pros pressure business on my hand, with repeat to you an expression of the deep anxiety
How General
Stat !. commanding was right in this con- pect of relief. Should the commanding General! execute the plan. a great deal of bad health in tho lime, and no opportunity of forwarding letters fare of the frontier inhabitants, who have so long maintainff

du-iln, the Council may learn from the number of murders which' proposed by the Secretary of War, for the defence of the frontier, I 10 you. The day I received your 'letter of instructions, I directed! my Assistant against our savage enemy, and it affords me pleasura to s*)

occurred, and the insecurity and alarm which prevailed along the by organizing the settlers' capable of bearing arms, nnd receivin'Ythem I (Barter Mailer lo reface lo Forl While, and make equal distribution of convinced that the same sentiments are equally cherished by II

nb'ile line of frontier during the last summer. But whether right 1 into the service of the United Statec I have it among the sufferers of the Iwo courtier, under the following regulation to General, the Secretary of War, and the President of Iho Unit
every confidence wil. Aged and infirm men and their families, widow and orphans, men and effort will be made to give security to tbtsetlkrs, u well as tiaslrous
he it the the
'ir \'>n : organ of Government, and without his sanction in its and the it would afford. their families who
efficiency security But without it I were driven from their homes by the Indians,men who were war to a close. I am, lir,very ret
IlIlnjlprov.1l. the troops called into service by the Executive, apprehend f renewal of all the horrors and sufferings which were in>he Territorial service and their families. Prohibiting all who had slaves! lo Your obi

even illS"I of the most urgent ucccssiiy and dire emergency, will t j experienced on the frontier duricg the last summer. The Execu support them, or an opportunity of getting elsewhere. I i

not be |paid by the United States. In vain do the laws of the TerriIurvlmpnner tive will ever be ready and zealous in the discharge of The Assistant Quarter Master has not yet reported lo me his fulfillraer.l) o f I Col. Robert Drown, lClhReS'l F. M. t
duty his orders but
the Governor in every as soon as he does, I'\ ill forward his: report to your Excellency.): !; .,
cares of invasion, or insurrection and in the exercise of every authority he may possess for the defenceof Wilh regard lo a report of Ibo Troops in the Territorial service, I kept defer. !! Tallahassee 3

t'scall"ut! ; the nr.litiu ; in vain has the Executive exerted every faculty the country; but I desire i to be borne in mind that he is; power ing it, thinking 1 would come on and sec you 5rllt, but was prevented by the \ Dear Sir:-I have received letter,from Gen.Taylor in rep

and Hen j opotrdized hit own private fortune for the defence If's under the present system of defence, and lhat the blood of the frequent asiau'la! of the enemy. However, a correct report, I believe, accom- i addressed to him on are 9th insl.informing him of the recent t

of li/? frontier. \Vjihoutthe means of providing t-ubsistrnr.c, fo. >iluuchtered women and ih'.ldrcn of the frontier must fall on other I less panics this 'letter. As regards the time, I saw no law for taking them for a led by lie Indians in your county, and of the authority bad j J
rajcatifl tranpoltution'itllout the means of paying: the no ''skills, than his. term than four month, unless sooner discharged. They were enrolled for I a company in to service for the defence of tbe settlements. )
troop ,
that time, but some companies fall i-horl of it. 1 deem it far from in servW,.
this
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mats: r uliat may; l le the zeal and patriotism of the ;pcojilc; the Execution I Your fellow citizen R. K. CALL, :o nay,that their tcrvcesVere: valuable! and could! not IK d tifx>n.cd unnecessary wl'h. but that with three companies of company Dragoons and two companies of

puwcrlcbs in defending the frontitr settlements from thma I Governor of Floiidd. refer your Excellency to tho extent of fronliw"- 'rho U-iitcd States forces on previously! ordered Col.! TwilPlP",to receive inlo service, bis for

sacre* awl plundering* of ilie enemy. This truth is forcibly Was read ; one thousand espies of which, with accompanying this frontier, and our resources for support and I know that your Excellency for the dcfenco of the frontier selllemcnU. This being the fin
ml painfully! illustrated by the hapless fate (f La ly and h'': documents ordered be : will! be bound lo say that x e ueerverell if we never arc paid. Tlio most of General, the troops I have authorized you to call oat Will not 1
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in Oiliidoscd were to printed. these men have been in the United States (service the two ,;art summer, and, him,and will therefore nol be paid by the United States.full d
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my rorrcspondcnce wilh General Taylt r and I as!urc you,that' they will nil concur with me in saying lhal there has been authority from the Secretary conduct the war, and deb

bf t'ec-etary of War. That ill-a'cJ! family rc.-iJc-d on the Ock- Columbia: County, Fla., March 19, JJ3. more calls and greater c-il.'i! this cummer than ever before,and thai their duty in such manner as Lo may think proper,and Iho. Government
I.IIICT river, far in advance of other settlements. Wlim the fu '1' 1siY. Excellency, R. I{. Call. I h hat been more arduous.I such measure as he may recommend. Having no fondest. it

live Cn.d,1 lied from their encampment w the .\pa'adlicold.O't'S''I'IH2 Ue.ir SirL i. my painful duty to inform you of another l horrible Indian: ihcrtforo hope your Excellency will be able shortly) In contract a loan that pay aud subsist troops called out on my own-aotnonty, 1 _hot
till danger with which they llncuter.rd the frontier massacre in this county. On the night of the ICth, a part of Indians roost will relieve them, in some degree, from their present (ii. tre.-9. Mean while, them false hopes of compensation, were I to continue them ia
with inhumanly butchered a Mr. George Gil.t!; to, his wife and two d] i'.Jrcn! and a 1 have the honor to be your Excellency's had learned or been given lo understand that they will not be f
tit ttJiit.ng to co ,tult the commanding General who wis mote; ll.ano lad, the SOl of one of his neighbors, who was therr that f.lilight, in all fire.As Most obedient and humble servant, officers of the govcinmcnl. Under these circumstances, I fee

\\ Iiumlri'.l m.ls: distant, .a rcqui.sition i was made: on the lv trinil. roan a< information reached us of the deed, we repaired lorthwith to tiic JW 1'. BROWX. disband all the troops of the Territory, serving under my anil.
Imnl.uf (i'id>dcn, which, with her usual promptitude and zeal, on t place of slaughter, and I, with: a small party of citizens look the trail and Col. Commanding 12lh R-g't. F. M. therefore on the rcccipl of this, dismiss those of your regia
Inhote.t notice, sent to the pot of danger the niirnbcr ofnu-n fu'lowi-d: it until we became satisfied that they had full time lo reach :dismal: should! be received, and recognized in service by some officer of
Kj'iiral. Theno troops were ordcted and I "u amp near the lines; we then abandoned thc pursuit a hupekss for HO few Co.cM:lA COUXTT, Fla. ) having competent autlrtirity.Had I the means of paying and st
accordingly took pos' m"-n, and returned to raiwj more men for ibe purpose of scouring g the swamp, I Sutranncc River, \ov.21,1S3S. J tia, 1 would at once organize and order into service all the fro
! the! tlC'l l of thn mtfurtiinnte '.Y. A requisition was m.ld0111 we have the promise of thc men and will camp within 40 miles of item to- To Gov. Call. capable of bearing arms for tIle defence of Ihe selUcrnenls. Bt

1 I.i1it: .sl 1 :.;II"S gn':t a crplion a* that of continuing ensb

' /ltll"l b. nf .Irae and Mibststcnce. A very small supply was at bi-fal OH, I w' I! guwnlee a faithful account ollhem, &e.'e ought to have I ing Indian rna-!acrt'. 1 me.in the murder of .Mr. John Tiffins and family. HIP rxp-cfdioii oill.i 1 il:! paid, when I have no means of

;,1! Llr.si-hcd, lint fr't\I: lIlt whim or rairir-e of this officer 10111e!!uld 1; pr"lcciol Iert this w,y of depending on the citizens to giveprotection ; i, M r. Tiffins was bringing hU wife and two children out to Florida to ?oo lcr their' cxpeculion. I !h ?- e rrquwted Gen. Taylor, to have you
] a |peal'tn is quite] a poor protection, D it co.t much Iroub'.o: and time to i!|I I parents, and elicit !in but a low miles of her f.athcnallouse. was fallen in withy and p.li.l f" tht. lii.i' tir-y; .',all! be in service. This hopo
; I y ic'nol wa jj'vrn lo nil DPI'Willj"1( for fiirth'r supplies; collect; them and then such a variety of excuse?, &".. Several mm, have raised 'b about seven Indians between JO o'clock, A. M. and 12 o'clock \. He should! 1 be ilifjpp'Mitcd; : m this expectation, I will endeavor
Inn.b the imiili btoru limis-. ;.t tst. 11t+'knot mote than 25 companies, but they are unwilling to go beyond the limits of the fronlier to be was shot from his 'lior.-'c ; the Indians then made an easy capture of his help- thrr mil ii the! Lp jri :J4tivf ( ..",::, although I regard this alw
i i'4' .+ .li-tiiit. li j Ifd IM iwiflouiii xUtioncd. I therefore hope that the Colonel elect will be Ife11! family, and vended their ., You will ii
w r' <: .iih "-"N,' article require fully advised on thisuijetl. savage spleen by beating them on their head cffirt in liar! "rc':4eDt..I"It f the country. please
itcuiiM-qitearp.I i f llii tl l llii: 1 fir illlid l WI' Jar a r gilt t-i >> with their tomahawks. Mrs. Tiffins lived (kcnsclcs.-) about forty hours, but It'eut sUtfyour t f.-oiiti'-r,and of the force yoa may 112"d.i'lur
"J! i'l' expect, 'ait., Canon whoi hand you this letter, offers his services with I company did nol speak. Her skull! was mashed in many place.She died in the armsof ill order that I may Lo able to lay iho subject properl;
I were ci'injxill lo fur tinwant
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fub&Utencc;, and I Iir as am acquainted with Capt. Canon a a: officer, lie has her father, Mr. David Mizcll. Her children arc not yet dead, although the !i-Ialitt Ctiuacil.! Very re peclfully.
tl"in; I III% f..ily ex.o. 'ctu ilc inciry+ of't' is .v ;'S. Tiie InUIH .CllJ well!), $ rrpulct to !/e quite thorough goingufer. In basin, skull of each ii fiaci.} td in many places by the louiuliank. This melancholy Your ob'dlsc.
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av.uliii.;t ate iheir: liiirM I :have lle I >nor be occurrence too!; pl.ico.in this county last Monday, not far from the Ocean Pond.

blood, mlvanccil :luJ] itllild11 l the hon.(,s winch wvr- bravely dcnJeil Your Excellency's most obedient servant, We are most crit.cally situated. The Iitiaus in the north of us on the Okofinokcc Co!. P obL i row n, con/J/. 12th Regt.F.b[.

I tut the "II.tl L sly jnd: Ins Ilc'1'1s!| | dul i :rilcr because tli'iaiuis IIOBT. BltOWN. and on tho south ia the nation ; our market load leading from this lo -
i market arci-s-iblc Ihcir: Newnansville A
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any us passes through "gang way arc here, .
il 1) irl-aioiK Tiu-l\! atnl Ills: In,UM aIl'1I1Iil'StIC8/horns;! :- Tallaha FVe,?Gth March, 1833. To iiN ExrcUciirv! R. K. Call, ;

i'uvd oar ;, noral I'm era) jul.', li liu-cl |ul' ll.e taint of the SII' agt.s. Dfar Sir:-I have received your letter of the lHh! in>t., communicating! the ration nothing can nc lo Governor "!odda.

.11 \as ilif ind 'IK h'.Jy fille.f Ujiiiiiik( \\ln-n iln-y nii,bt nnll..II.Ul, iUlelicne.of the murJer of another f rnilJdsaup l In 'ians in'yourcounty. / protect the frontier by your Excellency, 1 fear uolltiug will be done al all Dear Sir :-Before 1 finished my communicat to you .s:
a-n "-ivil lniri'.tiiii. ; iJif Ti>r-il'.iiil t.u" < unit a fv C" haYt'1 l ." immediately kend an express to ( and request i him We have stood our ground and suffered much,and havo not received even the notified thai a body of Indians were trailed within one inilo i iI ,
ik ai.il p to detach a force for the defence of your section tf but in the mean t sympathy of those at a distance. The corn crops were very good here thi! immediately moved after them, yet vilhout success, I cot
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cimliii-, pili ubirhrentuneti/ ] in stn i: until tlama edby time will order C 'sa into countrJ and have would after thom al without ableto I
you Cnpt. gnu Company such other force year, we quite plenty of provisions; and I respectfully beg yecrlerdayhe lOlh "o being
me and! "-x;IIIllIn'111 was ;aI'r.lId. 'oul l I jit jn:< Itnil, On iiucoun1 as you may deem nccuuary for the protection of tho inhabitants of your I leave to sugjfsstlo your Excellency the propriety of ordering out a companj was a party thai hud been in Columbia county and killed ;
the (I'ivfinniciit. 1 nieiitinii this a< on- of tin many instancesi county, uuleiii,Gn. Jessup should be able to send other Iroops. Those which or two of militia take post one al Johns' Ford on New River, and the other Mr.Smith and his son. On Monday another party killed Ml.

i i h h.iv cciirrl l during the j're.rm war"-.Ih tlu Seminoles, i iu you may raise will be continued in service, either under the authority of then at the Ocean Pond, all of which can be subsisted and foraged in the country and his son on New river, in aboul 13 n.ilcs of this place. )

II tlm' livi-s tlevill received into tile service of the United Slate, in which event they \ be un. moving, cannot fail lo give qtret lo a large portion of counliy, and in tin The inhabitants of Alaihut county aro iu great confusion; U*
h.iv h -cu proiu led if 1 had |"''<,$u*cd the mums of s'ipplyi der the direction of the United States ofcer charged with the command of mean time, break up the Indian passing. 1 hopo your Excellency will tak ire moving back to Ncwnansvillc or some other post. When;

i; ii'-li troops. I mi:ht have raised, and 'hich I believed neces that district. Khali: Rend, with I delay as practicab'c! supply of corn prompt measures in sumo ray for our protection, as we have lost all hope oilio.'p terday every part of the town was full of,wagoua and carts J
rr G.r the ilcffnce of the frontiui. I cannot express to you, ten'n.tli to Fort While for the use of the dexlilute. familip of your county and those of from the Commanding General of the Army. Should a different course articles and families. What heart would not pity the cases ol

'. painful rfgrnt anJ deep humility I have ,. xperiiMici-d .\I uhua. Very rc"peclfulyyour ulMdicntservant, prcuL-iit itself (than the one I recommend) calculated! lo give as good protection ter being deprived the liberty of making the two last crop,, II'
| on R. K. CALL. and less expense, you have but to recommend it, and you will fin J me ever sent year? when they have all rushed out and in a. most unpt
my U"c.ISllln', from a knouK-dgc, that th. frontier scttlcmenls i i.i i To Co!. R. Brown. ready lo aid you in carrying oul your views. I now have out a company of endeavored to makeup ail lost time; now when they have 0
'ic czpos| ,-d tu iiiiiuiiiunt peril when I hail no power (and still have; :I I militia, who will continue to do duty until hear from youat which lime their their planting to be drove away again it is too shocking for G

"zee) to ext,'uJ to them necessary protcciinn. The people ul'tl ce : NEMJUMVILIE, April) f{, JC38.i lime expires, unless) they should be continued in service by your Excellency. I think it due to the credit of General nsli& to stale to you tb

'rrI'IJ, uJn-n: 'xpo&cd to danger, ralurally IIIpJ to the Executive- i 11' his Kxcclicncy, R. K. (,1 Governor. In haute, have the honor to be the 8th ins, ond he sent two companies of regulars under.
rwli. i; and I am coifjpt-l.ed: tu hear their j i I car !:- am bore on my way to ace General Euslis who is charged Your Excellency's. mot obt. servant, Major Dearborn, who got here last evening. One of the o
romplain's, and bear I with the protection of this frontier, and am sorry 1(inform you of the dreadful! ROBT. BROWN kindly offered to station here which offer was thankfully retime
:ir rl'll'31| |hI's, j'or that seems lo them a neglect of duty, and dis- cxciienieiil thai prevail) here. There appal to be considerable of Indian Col. I2lh Rrgimeut F. M. citizens of Newnanvville ; the other company be espej

i'rd lur their 8uflT'Tin;;'t when I am unable to give them any thing si;ns in the ncighWhood, and the families have oil nearly got safely into this .. ... Charles ferry on the Sawannen river. .l

'ilily'VIllIthy; The Government of the United States, have place. They aro in a great state of confiuiou; General. Ltmiu has refused to Suwannee Rivcr, Nor. 24ih, 1838. ihejadvantagc of this company being stationed here U!,
11:11"''J on receive them into the Government service they nay-and to carol without the To Gov. Call. ocltrr opportunity in following the Indians, il* n -'Mabl.
me, raise
no to men fur the defence of the fronr
lad: tV'uh power hope of"pay or r.tiI, in their present condition, teems impossible. In order Dear Sir:-I went on to Tallahassee to SC'1 you last summer, but you had your Excellency. I respectfully solicit your Excellency to gil!
tit cannot control the authority I possess for ihi j*. to hold) thcmlogrther. I ban: attired them of your power and ability! lo give h left for W-ifchinglcn before I rcacheJ.since rhea I have not been able to bear advise at as early a period as possible, as the citizens arc in Ire
110.. _mlerlb. J.IWK of ihe Teriitory yet it huld :he pur re them |"rol,tlionand have advised Major Garrison to order out his whole avail- whether you had returned or not, otherwise should have' coma again to cc the.u'jecL I trust your Excellency will pardon any thing llsidered
"-'", 4t!! n< a:ciiU Have and still mty withhold pay and subvist able foice. From )letters which I have read him from the General I think yon on the subject of tko service performed by the militia cf this regiment unmilitary or exaggerating in the communication.

':ef/l.II!ki"evhotn2 b..L' and again find it lo call t l my mixnion will U'lsuccexhful, and unless we do something far ourselves, during the )last ppriug and summer. o'clock in the morning, after three days hard service. .r
tt serf IM.,.. may necessity we hlllC worse days than ever.-We have no regular force en the lines to ThcHO men done murk hard wrvice and certainly deserve to be paid. The I am, sir, with great consideration and retlped,yoor. rasp)
be on, and but two companies of volunteers ordered, one for whole country was under their protection until the last of May or first of June. J. GARRASON, Major
l'1""uI.lhf' rouriey Mf the Commanding Genrr.il a corresponbru this froititr, and the other on Luvul were nil the!.regular force of consequence' The dragoons arrived about that l ''** 'hats in-iiuJained between us, and 1 have been politely u the 'lines e.latI."hed., ; and where Gen. KuMis: remains in person A.dt itself which did not relisvp' them but rather increased their duty. 1 j t I NewDmui11e.J! .

." i'-d wnh infiirmaiion with regard to the movement* of the outside of al arc lef to the tender mercies merciless savages--while the mean the extension of their defence to the Okefinokec. I therefore desire I To His Excellency, R. 3r;.Call: i i
it''. But L" I Commanding Gem'rl, says he can see no cal for \oluntecrs.I and earnestly' hope, that your Excellency will recommend the Legislature toad Sir:-As lie election in this county resulted in the choice .
(/ at underhand, is under no obligation to coi fer with ,I 'barn become thoroughly convinced we may unbar our own nuns, and 'pi some me.allur..f.Jr. chair payment in your annual message, and 1 have no is Colonel and myself as Major, without but very little difficdvotes.
uy subject. nor ling he delegated to me any portion: of unlim- I hang on them fur protection, it may cost us cioniclhing,, but much maybe doubt thai body will be ante" to wane tile arrangement. But hero was considerable! of debate about the LL C!
power with u-hiih he it invested to raise men and caune ton I therefore hope yon will order me inlo the Jer\ict with a regiment of I shall be on in a few days after the Legislature) mccl., al which time I and Col Mills being absent on bane; at Washington 1 una

111 1) be paid anti| uluited. In his last letter dated the 3d of Rangers, which I am certain can b raised inlncdlBtclypcdy action in no- hope to tec you. ing unified of the result of the election, ordered tbat the Bat
"" beg to invite your particular attention. and un which lie the J last remains of our families, must allitt, after so many 1 have tl.c honor to be yourv sincerely, lo your Excellency. My motion for this communication; l.
exi're1seaaconfideut givrl belief! that the most ample protection will difficul'ics' be abandoned; and for what, because it happened to bo nur unfortunate ) ROBT. BROWN, quest of your Excellency, that an order might .issrae from yog
to this frontier lIy the regular troops, stationed !feat of Iht' lot to be a Territory. There difficulties rather animate me than drprccs; C,.,. 12th Regiment F. M. Battalion lo go into tbe service of the country with a certain

'n'ec I have great respect 'for the judgment and capacity of and I., for ere, aai ready lo step forward and ask the Government lo relievo ue for their services and tu ration them and their horse, &cv 'ATu .
GolnrnJodrng from the army and Je us combat the Indians alone. Tallahassee, Dec. 9th, 1638. givo you an idea of the situation of our country-il I
General and that hill
y he tell hope opinion on Ibis subjectounled 1 am dear sir, with the highest considerations of respect, Dear: Sir:-Owing lo my absence from home, I did not receive your letter of March that then was"ported,that 'considerable body Wl&iJ
)1 M but should it prove otherwise the delay which Your Excellency's! west obedient and humble servant, the 2"Jd July and 21th of November until tart night. I have heard with great in about halfa mile of Newnansville, I immediately started'

attend the calling out of any portion of tin militia, for the d e- ROBT. BROWN. pain acd regret of tho murder by the savages of Mr. Tiffins.and family. This ascertain tbe fact, bat without success,on the. three first day"
or the frontier' under the rule proposed would prove fatal to Col. 12ih R e'l F. M. horrid butchery must bo avenged. It appeals every heart and should raise was ulill certain that there wore scattering Indians in* our 1M
e dependant! on this force for He advises that j P S. Information has just reached me of more murders in Columbia county every hand i approve cf the coarse you have taken. The company you Thursday morning Elias Knight &qn saw one. On Satnrdar
protection.
peat nor -lwo person hue become victims. Yours, tc., have ordered oral you mill continue in active service, until Gon'L Taylor shall oration of a largo body being trailed into the San Fatasis lr(
t the militia emergency when 1 may dc+'m it uecessiry to call R. B. have made the necessary arrangements for the defence of Uii settlements. 1 i vanccd up u high as Col. Sanchcs plautatirau On yesterdtj]
that I shall address him on the subject and should shall write him immediately by express, and you may rely with confidence onhis them wilh part of Capt.WalkerV, EH'uV and Hopes' taaff
applove of it, be will vo the measure his wndioo. To illusB Tallahassee 13tli AIril.IC. zeal and promptitude in giving every protection in his power to the frontier. no Iitdians, but plenty of sign believed to be about frets 30 K
e tb nblectjons to, and the of such. a measure of de- Sir:-I have received your lellrr rf the Clh innt. and am truly concred al It will gratifying to you and to oar fallow citizens in East Florida, to learn Your Excellency in perceive there are circumstances tfcat
iaonly impropriety the distressed situation of your section of country. I bop your interview with that whilo: at Washington, I aucccedod in making every arrangement with the under my eye, and J do not wish to trouMo you with tb.4sjres
jatances necessary to imagine the recurrence of one of te1fro Gen. Euslis has been productive of more beneficial you anticipated Secretary of War noceiwary to the entire nccurify and defence ,of our frontier thai are in all our county, I hive only mentioned the ato
of 'Df atloD and alsault which have occurred and that he .consented to receive into the er.iC of the Untied Slate a sufficient settlers, who have lx so long exposed lo the ravage of a savage war. I your Excellency wish a report of tho many depredations eceNat
? r. 4. ban of the enemy appears in the sparer settlefie. volunlrcr force fur the protection of the fronlier. If, however, ho still have recommended to him the organization of ill the frontier inhabitant capable in, our county I will with pleasure'submit it to you.' -
t hey their of indiscriminate slaughter and refuses lo do BO, on the receipt of thin,and yon find the settlements danger, of bearing arm The encouragement of'all who hive abandoned to .! I wish likewise to state to your Excellency list nor -ceoM
Tbeesrcproyateot' of system you will immediately organize such a force at you may deem necessary for they return lo their-homcs. They are to receive Ihe pay and rations of the army, condition L'lan it has ever been, with the exception of sickuesi
wt I have a militia force become indi-pPn.ab1 defence of the inhabitants. You wi assign to each company a suitable position lo constitute their own d:feoce,as tar u practicable, end be permitted to cut* mencet lent of ibo war. ] have been under the necessity of m
h th!* neither provision or transportation, without no a t cover the whole line your frontier and keep the Hoop constantly 1 livalo their own fields, and hue the benefit of their own labor. I have al o erect captains for aid in pulling dtfwh these kostifitiw tfpiMsl
force cannot more. The Commanding General is at and actively employed in driving back the enemy and in defending the settlement recommended the settlement of military eol'rniw on'every part of the public respectfully solicit your Kxeellencys advice'on the.bjeMMnut -

r "J' more thin two hundred mile dl UnU I must con'I. In Iho exercise of tho authority with which you are hereby inu. laud susceptible cultivation. The men to receive pay, rations,and clothing, be obeyed long without your,_approving -sainel\l'wi e.
It with him, and his ;. before the of ed, you willusca soured discretion, and cal out no larger forte than yourjudgement -to perform military duty within the limits of certain districts, and cultivate that there is no'government troops ncir that price, and Uut 4
r ''try can bUin procure authority troops will absolutely necessary defeoll e operations. Should the 1 Iho land a quarter section of irliich, including t'cir improvement, to be granted ly unprotected by them/ Wo have neither: fJDI't.nn 1JHtMa"except
"1' ulPJi8fr0iu the ample' stores of the Gov thai organized and ordered out, not b received into the aerviec of the I beach settler in absolute property, at the clove of the war,or final omigra- our private aims, and they .aro generally tube crdlj
.I ibs mean tartar the work al death i progrenjj, IndtaeDihml trop StL they will he recognized in service of the Ternary, and 1 I I.i lion of the Seminole Indiana. The whole plan has been approved by this f So- being supplied by the government when thiry were'io'cvtrkslrespectfully

y 6e desolated.by the Under tb'. endeavor t have them to soon as fund can bo procured for that cretary of War and has been recommended to Congrei>, a* will appear from suggest to your ExccUenry the propriety oTy"'iIn
pence bu enemy.saved purport by the authority of the Legislative Council.: With regard to forage the enclosed extract of a loiter from the Secretary of'War to' Gen.Taylor. 1 mo .to make a requisition on the Q_.*Muter,u. d
al of nation but my uaworlbily to th and ubaittenct it if impossible for ma to provide cither. There is none t belief it will be adopted, and 1 havo in that event .mid*;;arranroa>ejU in charge cf the ordinance stores at Black Creek--for subti "
w this ;it is au ecpoooj/ ..b.mlt b prac- bo purchased io' this part of lh country, and exchange on New Orlcars ca.n- .Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama for tbe location of lovoral thousand act.iers. and. ammunition for tha Oil) Regiment, FhjriJi Uilitia.. '_ .
expea 0 of th blld..n.d l l property at the not be obtained here at any premium. 1 laop. however, this state of things t Under Was systcmr I .am; confident the war .111 to closed In twelvemonths Sir Ibo tilualion of our country I do not think it would 1 1lh

o Q pride n lO.reputation of tb country.o will not long continue, and that I shall, in time, be able to procure a ,and we shall have at once an active, hardy and enlerptinq:'population, militia of HIM county attached to that 0I0e1... ".
r this1+Gcj !s t with of justice apd bfficttot amount t Mad the corn I promised Fort White for which will place oar claims lo ,a$ute Government beyond: *mroirer7> Jwill attached to the I tb, aslb n era scalitriug.Jnd"na.i ;
cuytad It cnile rrDipe th.euffertnginha"t.at. and Alaehua. Whatever I can do to I recommend Iho wymeU-jf| IMopa Vrbich served in Uo frontier defonoeuring i ik I tbinifLadvwa.btai! fa hs we iba.uuiuit>< tits -t U .
I h aecrd ce with .biutio. .lh. brave defoOdcrs of tb frontier +who have w long and a gallantly' .1 d the loci mamcr, and use my beat exertions'to nave these paid. J lallbeTerybappy their movemenU rreUoe.lo.fril4a, preecfl l'-
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o Levertt-nt ectin. how far it i e r allblo with nan wjUud the assaults of ibo cnerar./oo mal b.ur shall be donn. I will I toiwoorhear* from'Jos -" ** What wouM fespectfuiy.mbsmtfc, Jhii 'lf tfaatca ..
; for in and I would : Accept amranee of' high respect Territory *tr 'hi th rlltiO orU. IBM eopr of toorlstta lo or DetefAtc. C recom. 07 J aeyen .GoY" ..
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!v..t t1i f. r-- .r-.:.,.. o&en tarp fIIDOtt1l.u' the. pubTalUhauet -1 that if tbtjai* toot aoga dt.rkpd UM border settlements .twill. bq laid in aviiej: Geutletneu, it i U time to:awake {rom .our slumber:*, (a aroosc' aad .Jvjf J i gJKfjijM1"S << ...i;-1r1'.. '5T\+d ,'lesSh.Brett, DO"
e.. f'., I and llw InrubilaisU m. ertd. iltfm I' Q com W ifofc :::1 from our JetbargPd pat,on] the arfppnf of ;pw': } i .. bo,
I have the honor to be, air, Excellency1 oVt servant, : ;
April 15, 1838. 11 your J. GREEN, LU CoL 6lh Inn/ The moral dignity of the Territory no less than"the safely of !! 'Jralu&1f F HDl'dspat.. .

led yotgr.1.uari of the 9lh tad. IJlh insL accompanied the people, demands it of us., It_is for yon to set the first ex rick, GoalcCMcCSll! McLeodMcNeiD, SbladL, Reed ..:.4.-
?y DI'd of llttir tha eo officer aiAion.* of the. 6th regiment of FUrida militia," To R. K. Can,Governor of Florid, Quincy,Flo.28Ui July, 1838. ample. For three years have I proclaimed- "'the 'deficiency"ofyour (! Samerlin, Tabor, Tblgpin dJd![ TTm..-.. },-!h ie said motion t. :-.__"

tithe eUttrettiag aeconct you have given me. ofttttihit I Dear Sir-Upon the reception of your communication inTanahu.eo.l immediately military; system ; for three years have I invoked your aid is lost, and said bill again read and ordered to be eagrontd for ,_: ,
staid Al.eboa Couotie, ai> had J the pawed.oal i proceeded to Quincy, where I found the two young men who had for its correction, but no alteration, no improvement has been to-morrow. :
opt 1Ie wiral petaarg yeti have..ug(ested for their de- 1 arrived the attack upon their father" family. From the information derived >made. So'little attention has been paid to military doty that, i "A.bill entitled "An act to provide a fund &*..the. .tise etVpob- .'.
lntr.4ed the defence the frontier the
'pst bra of.: to I from these young ;area I was induced to hofMAliat Qm r; 4'Rbntwa. stated to -
tgga2 ,sad have not authorized I hate with the the and honorable of the lie schools, was again read,and ordered$to DC esgrossed for ::
Amy me, or given me been killed might ponibly hao escaped, and aaoq which apposition I exception, single :exception ,
aa* jibing for tho protection of the peep!. The Quarter ; found thai rny fcjlow/ cilUens had organized a body oFtxTcnty-Crc< men, to be county of Gadsden, there is not, a well organized regiment of tomorrow.A .
iriea ataiioned U East Florida;root being subject lo Lo march .. I should arrive from raJlah Under this ..
my ready soon as : see. conviction .
be called
I militia of the Suwannee. In the countyof'Leon; at the bill entitled "An act to Incorporate a to
west company .
may reeaiaiUoa made oa them by me to Mpply IruopiUta and with a view moreover to pay tie! la G9fite4.. Stale; nor will tba Government pay the men fellow citizen m a started from ftuincy at G o'clock P.M.and reached the threshold of the Capitol, there is scarcely a single field officerin the St. Marks Rail Road Company," was read the second time .y
es by Ktevvven lo ave the women and children of the fronaeatrnctiML cene of murder at 8 o'clock nest morning. On app/oachin:, ws beheld a I commission. Numerous other offices are vacant. Under and ordered to be engrossed for to-morrow.. 'f1'"
,rata on UM requisition of lht General com- scene alrich can scarcely be portrayed to the imaginttion-Ihe whole premises 'I I .
I the election for field'ofcers'cannot be held bill An act to corporate the of Fensacofa
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roop*. This fact baa been fully proven in Middle and West had been reduced to a..I.er. the domestic animil.-, such as hog*, dog,&t;. which present system an city
,1 bar borrowed and paid out lo the troops raised I had all been killed wero lying around the smoking ruin. and every thing gave 1 until after 20 days previous notice of the time and place. Andten and repeal the act entitled an act to incorporate,the city of Pet*
of the frostier $8s,o g. no part of wfarch" has yet been evidence of the most wanton crnrHy and mischief.: Finding; the signs very recent days notice must be given of the elections to fill all other sacola and improve the public roads in the neighborhood thereof,,
,$. tGovernment.. I would therefore recommend you to and nqiccrous, I immediately look measures to prevent a surprise, and ...
or the frontier people to Gen. Eustip, who, I nndcrniaediaU ordered the spy guard to make the necessary search: fur the bodies of|the mur vacancies. Without officers drafts cannot be held, and while approved Ir b:_ 15. 182.3"/. .was read the second time,and order
easnmand, and ask of him the nece ary sopTrooi dered victim. Major Wm. O. Kenan, who had command of lire g1lud.: soon the enemy is plundering almost within your view, we must await ed to be engrossed for to-morrow.:
; what I bare been informed of his character aa an returned with the i intelligence! that he had discovered the bodies of both father the slow progress of time, and the compliance with empty for- The Seuatc sent (o this House for concurrence. a bill etted]
thai be will withhold anything which may be deemed and daughter, both dreadfully mangled, particularly the old! gentleman who "
ion and security lo the settlement If however I had throalcut.; After having, interred the bodies as decently as our means malities and ceremonies before we can ever prepare for defence.I "an act to amn act entitled an act t incorporate tb 5b]
_ belief;tad he ahonld refute to receive into eervice a audit would admit I commenced making rnch observations as might be necessary to fear, gentlemen, I cannot impress on you my own deep and scribers to Unio Bank of Florida which .was rd]
oo-operaU with the regular troop in defending the guide os in oar future operations. The following is the retult.We earnest feelings on this all-absorbing question. I fear I cannot by the title, the rle'bng waived, and referred to'the committee
back u.. ..em',1011 are hereby authorised to organize dipcovc'cd the heads of seven beeves which haJ been killed by the enemy -
)'OU MUtton ander the authority of the Territory, as will and from the closest! calculation which we could! make while on the spot, make you comprehend my view of the importance of a well organized on banks.
froativr of Alaehoa. Should you be compelled to report to there could not have been lei than thirty or forty bushel' uf com gathered militia system. The great apostle of our liberty regarded Also, a bill entitled an act to authorise the county, court]
lha troops Urn raised aro nol hereafter recngniced by the I from Die field, In aJJition to this quantity they took about twenty bushels! of it as the bulwark of our'national safety-iliseven moreit of Franklin county to levy a tax for the building a jail' in said]
*I will endeavor to have them paid to soon as funds can be pro- old com from the crib which they carried short distance and shelled, leavingthe
by the authority of the Legislative Council. With re. cobs. At the river bank which is a short distance from the house, I die- is palladium of our domestic security. Look 1 entreat county," which was twice read by the title, the rule bcJpgj
S tad aabaitlencr, I feint la >ay that 1 have nol the means of covered four distinct landings where they had loaded their boats.: The paths you, at your geographical position ; look at the latitude in waived, and referred to the commite qn the, state the Terri-j
I bare been endeavoring for tome time put to procured leading from the field and house to the river were much trodden, and from which you live ; look at the long protracted struggle with the
adstt to New Orleans for a supply of corn forlhesul'eringin. every indication uround the premise I am induced lo believe thai the number tory.Also
and Columbia, bat hitherto have found it impossible. 1arial of the enemy could not have been lera than: fifty or lixt)'. One of the young Seminoles ; think of the danger of its example, and the hor- a resolution authorising the Governor u to raise a soI
a small emounl in a short lime, and a* soon aa prac- men stales that: he counted about filly( in one gang.: rors it may yet produce. Think of the lurking insidious abolitionist of money on loan for certain Purposes which lead and or.
a cargo of corn to Fort White' Thin is a'l! that 1 have any Under the existing circjimtancen, and holding the relation that I do to,the and icinembcr tho tmokiug ruins and the bloody fields dered for to-morrow. :]
'log with the means I now and the authority with citizen of this renders ,tu.
possess county I feel a weight: rf roponmtiility which my '
1 have represented the titnalion of the country te our ation far from enviable. After( the matures deliberation upon the measure of St. Domingo. I pretend not to prophecy ; I am no soothsayer Also a bill entitled "An act concerning executions' which I
and have called on him 'in the most earnest manner to best to be adopted. I have arrived at the follow! in? conclusion, to w::1; that our to foretell the approach of evil ; but I warn you againstthe was read, the rule being waived, and referred to th Judiciary .
protection and support for the inhabitants who have I measures must be of an ofionoiri: instead of a defensive clnractcr; forith an sloth, the apathy, the heedless negligence and the conse- committee.
;tad have defended their homes >> nobly. Whatever I dorM of frontier the 3i al
can extent exceeding hundred mile! .I feel means; at my< po"
shall be done for your relief. Very Re!'pcctrullv, wholly inadequate to the purpotc! nf defence. I have: r >'iie lo the contlukion quent insecurity which! every where prevails. Without jour Also a bill entitled .an act for the relief of Dr. Richard -
R. K. CALL.! that it will require: a much larger force to give protection to ti-c! fro-otier acting aid the Executive arm is powerless.; Your militia must be or- Wei htmaos"which was read and ordered for a second reading -
n. upon the defensive! than would! enter Iho rnemie! toun'ry and drive him ganized. They must be instructed in discipline and subordination to-morrowr.

t -. Nenrrunsvi'.Ie! Jane 1:, lft3.' for fron tho his prcucsit.fastn sse I will*.:l endeavor Under thl'lIc.n\'iction.1 to see you early in havo Ihe tle'ayid week: ,at lilting uhich time any I/Iter-will ; they must be prepared for action and ready for all emer- Also, a bill entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act

ty at thi. time ia much relieved from the Indians to what it communicate more at larg.. I nm induerd to believe that if th<. regular troop gencies. Your bleeding constituents call on you for protectiopin to incorporate the St. Andrews and Chipola Canal Company
.irt; but,we an nut without danger. Agreeable lo your com-1 i no win the country would operate energetically; ,they might prwib'y capture thin! their name I invoke your aid. I call on you to exercise I' which was twice read, the rule being waived, and referred to
izing me to raise a nufficienl force from my battalion: to ticAlacbua lawless: band: ss tluy will no doubt concentrate in the vicinity of their laU
and an order I had iwocd previous to my reech':111aan booty.It M possible! ho weverthallhoy may: have intended these |ro7iinris for a every moral, physical, and intellectual faculty to save jour:thecommittce on the state of th Territory,
kepi the 'oleor the battalion in service, and I still be- trip to the cast: as they give vcry evidence:: of be in/ veil 1 !up;.lie.l with boat,. country from ruin and humility. Also, a bill entitled I an authorising the Governor to
tary, althouh the Indians at present ire beaten off from us. I am very respectfully.y, &.'., Your fellow citizen, R. K. CALL, raise for the defence of the frontier, and other "
troops purposes,
f their leaving our neighborhood in that wo gave U.em no rctt C. II. DUPON i*, Col. Cum'dg. 5th Rm':;'t F. M.
Jy after them as long an they: wore in our reach. Governor of Florida. which was twice read, the rule being waived, and referred to a
ate lv your Excellency that agreeable lo your commnnica.lt HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.FRIDAY Which was; read and 500 copies ordered to be printed.Mr. committee of the whole House, and 50 printed copies ordered.
I immediately went to Fort White to receive the corn,
22cl 1839. Thigpin presented a petition William G. Buford The Senate returned to this House, with their concurrence,
[very bad condition. The corn although a very good article February pray
ptiaged bags,which caused a conider"blo! loss, and I was in. The house met pursuant to adjournment; ; a quorum beingpresent ins a change of the public road leading through his plantation, and without amendment, the following bills, to wit :
nor of the boat that there was a failure in the quantity of which read '. An act for the relief of Esther Sparkman," and
\ of read. was and referred to the Committee the State of
journal yesterday's proceeding* was on
els when they received it, and I think there will! bet loss of j jUnn I.
The lulls taken from the table and i the Territojy. "An act to fix the place of holding Courts in : for the
the Ion
acroquj of hags: ,making a nett *f five hun- following were placed a- uu
mong the orders for today.A !I Mr.I Blount offered a resolution amending the 39th rule of; county of A lachua.VIich ."

the ill horses compelled while in tp service purchase., to a the considerable amount of quantity twelve: or of I bill entitled An act for the relief of Thomas Eastin," and this House, which was read and laid on the table till to-morrow. \ are. ordered to be enrolled.

liar,and u I ain nearly run out of funds by losses by the A bill entitled An act to provide a fund (for the use of public I :Mr. Dozier from the Committee on Enrollments reported as The House again resolved themselves into a committee o
u and many other causes, I hare to request you to inform schools." correctly enrolled, the following bills to wit ; the whole on a bill entited" an act to enable James M. liar
[lean have time money refunded to me again, :all am in great An l An act to authorize Frederick I ris to construct a across St. Marks river after some tier
Er 00 the service, for forage and provisions arc very scarce and act to incorporate a Company be called the St. Marks George Hamilton and Lewis
fin this county, and I feel desirous to do all I can to close Railroad Company," And I I chmidt to dispose of real estate and other prnpnty by !otter,}'." I the committee rose, and Mr. Tabor, chairman, reportedsaid b:
tv write more particular, but AJjt. Bird: will give you this :I An act to incorporate the City of Pensacola and repeal the An act to d \'orrt'Iartha: P. Blackwejl from her husband with amendments, which report was concurred in by the Hou
d he is prepared to give you any information you may re- 1 Jacob and said read the second time and ordered '
entitled A. Blackwell. was again ,
o with me in most K'tI and can inform you verbally :I act "An act to incorporate the City of Pensacola and hi
> informs mo that he will iccomp.iny: A'ljt.' Bir.l to T.Ilahasal ,improve the pubic: roads in the neighborhood thereof approved j I :\ preamble and resolution requesting of Congress an appropriatfon be engrossed for a third reading tomorrow.Mr. .
ted Lieut. Colonel on the 9lh in't.. Major Bcckham i ill a I IW Ftb. 15th, 1833." of thirty thousand dollars for the purpose of improving Fitzpatrick moved that the House do now adjourn unto.

t.r i rut rYes lIe"icea.olhing tho promotion of his would fellow-citizens have prevented and the inhabitants Lib hiving II I .:\1 r. Blackburn without previous notice, asked and obtained .' the navigation of the Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers."Monday: next at 12 o'clock; the yeas and nays being taken ou

. _OWl vote, but the question nol being decided, :.oncarnin""l:' leave to introduce the following bills.: c j,.t An act further to amend an art to incorporate the Lafayette I said motion were, yias-Messrs. Bannerman, Brett, Fitzpatrick

leaf election. tBney A bill: entitled "An act to compel the Banks of this Territory Salt Company at Key West, approved Nov. 12th, 1829." ,I rick, McCall, Mcllaney and Tradewell ; nays-Mr.Speaker
would think lo commission him it would I
t of the citizens and proper vo'ers of Alachua: county, although: give!; !I|j|; to resume specie payments and (for other purposes.: i iI (| Also a resolution fixing a day for the final adjournment of I Messrs. Blackburn, Blount, Burritt, Cooley, Dozier Fcrpi
jy with the letter of the law. Aft relate lo myself; will! be Ii I I And a bi I entitled..\n act concerning (free negroes," which the Senate and House ofRepre entat"es.." son, McLeod, McNeil!, Nib'.ack.! Priest, Red, Sumerlin, Ta
you to decide all I am perfectly: galit-fied: with what your j j:j were read and ordered fora second reading to-morrow. j jj Which were signed by the Speaker and sent to the Senate. bor and Thigpin, 15-so aid motion is lost.

tm decides and directs. j I On motion of Mr. McCall bill entitled "An act authorise Mr. B.innermnn from the Committee The House then adjourned until tomorrow at II o clod,.
a to
consideration and re.pvtt, i am sir. your humbV! rrrrat.t, j! on the State of the Territory -
J GAKKASO.V.K. James :M. Ilarristoconstruct a dam and lick across the St. to whom was referred bill entitled! An act concerning -
I
Call, Governor of FloriJa.' : J' Marks river," was taken from the table) and placed amongthc the introduction into, and to traffic in Slaves in this Territory" SATURDAY, February 23, 1339.

1 orders. reported the same without amendment, which was concurred The House met pursuant to atljourument ; a quorum ilf
Tallahassee.! : *M June, 163?. j i i On motion of Mr. Manly-ordered that the bill to authorize in by the House. present the journal ofye terday's proceedings was read.
Lv,*just received your letter of the 12th ill!*! and regret \cry |
(be lure on the coin I ceu..CH! to bo .hipfw-il Sir lire use of the '. Gro. F. Baltzell to establish a fern' across the Apalncliicola: river ( Also from the same Committee, to whom was referred a bill lJ r. Wood' pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained
Dls of AlacJiua and Columbia.: It *-as with great difficulty ( be taken from the! table and placed among the orders; of the entitled An act to incorporate the South Canal Company, leave to introduce a bill entitled **.\n act to amend the several'acts
I bushels) was procured,and I sli;oIl b.> unable to tend any 1 I
I ( ; .v- together with the accompanying petition, reported unfavorably to incorporate the Lake WImico end :r. Joseph Canal and

.the arm you Lave paid for corn for the mice rf the hursr* in 'I i I Also, that the bill to incorporate the Franklin Land and Apalachicola was asked to be discharged from the further considerationof Rail Road Company," which was twice read by the title, the

to inform you that I potsces' no means by which the amount Lot company, he taken! from the table and read a second the subject, uhich report the House refused to concur in, rule being waived, and referred to the committee on the state of'tbe

I. lou. In be my unable last letter to furnish lo you cither on that forage subject: subsidence, I think I ta-for time by the title, and referred to the committee on Inter-,., and said bill is ordered to be placed among the orders tor to- Territory.: ,

troops, and authorized you to raise fo many men only as might I j jr I Improvement. : morrow. Mr. Ferguson without previous notice askee and obtaiucJt
the prolection ihencttlcmenU. J"ol hating rericved a rr.I j,I The Senate sent to the House for concurrence: a bill entitled! Mr. McRaeny from the Committee on Internal Improvement, (Ica\'etointroduce a bill entitled "An act the relief ;;;
1tra* not apprized until yesterday that you cons.dcrcd; } j! I ia the service of the Territory. The limited authority and I|I an incorporate city Apalarlii- ,,I was a to the Brunswick and :nt rc*:
'J potKtt under the resolution of tho Legislative! Council, uil: not.t.I cola" which was twice ,read, the rule being waived, and ordered Florida Rail Road Company to extend their improvemeutslnto ; (erred to a select committee-Messrs. Ferguson; McCall, aucf"1
rplng SO tare a force in service longer than voald be abo-, :,I for to-morrow. :J the Territory of Florida, reported the same without amendment, : Bannerman, Wl'r appointed that committee.
to drive the Indiana out of the Fctlloinent. Had I the means: f j 1 I His ) the Governor transmitted this: House Is : which On motion of )Ir. Blackburn Ui2 bills takci
.. a Territorial Army. I should not hesitate in employing: one, :j ; Excellency to ; ) .. report was; concurred in. and 50 copies ordered to be following were
piling eircomtttncet I should de equal injustice to your battalion 1:t his private Secretary Mr. Copeland, the following communication : printed. from the table and placed ,ct.g the orders cf the day.A -

.Rr the Territory, were 1 to recognize them in service, and depend I I : I I I i Mr. Burritt from the Judiciary Committee, to whom was ref bill entitled "An act to authorise the Governor to locate1
"n
ta raise a fund for their payment. The United Stales are bound to ry
EXECUTIVE OFFICE rrecl bill he entitled! "An one quarter section of laud. ke.
fiil tjem from tho depredations of the Indian, and it \vat ony! in I j a to act regulating Judicial proceeds -
/4fbdo the Government neglected or refused give that protection, I TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 21st, 139.! S II j in before Justices of the peace, reported said bill with amendments And a bill entitled "An act relating to last wills and testa-1
rac4 Territorial troops to be railo: <'d. I am now informed that Gen.CoLTwigt t I To the Senate and House of Representatives oj the Legislative' which report was concurred in. mcnts." p.-

tea any.number are fully of men authorized they may to deem receive necessary into ihn for service the tkfli.ce of( the! Council of Florida. i i j Also from the same committee, to whom was referred a bill Mr. Blackbnrn moved that the vote of concurrence b% tad f

zmral. Toy will therefore tender your command to them and i j, GEXTI.E JEX- i ij entitled "an act to repeal all laws relative to carrying arms secretly House on )yesterday on the unfavorable report of the Judiciary_ .
iojjceger ia Ibe service of the Terrilory, unless (rum extreme r.eL I j! Since my communication of the 7ih inst., in which I expressed I', ," reported said bill without amendment, which report commi.teecn a bill entitled "An act for the government ami( rc"| '

'..provide ant order for rhould the defence be given of the fur frontier.that purpose I rcgrc, on :the' to refusil bo under of,'; the anxiety I then felt for the safety(( of the frontier settle- 1 iva concurred in by the House. gulation of hired laborers," whereby said bill was lost, be rI 1Lt,'

' :f adopting this clal..1 duly appreciate lime zeal and patriotism 1|I merits, mywru-st apprehensions have been! more than realized. Mr. Duval from the select committee to whom was referred a considered; which motion prevailed and said bill and report are.
"'Aladioa. But knowing I do the difficulties if not the im- One house has been robbed and burnt in an adjoining county. bill entitled an art to provide for the appointment weighers placed among the orders, for to-day. 1 11be;
1 cannot think of
fund. for their
ia tervice nngTerritorial one day longer then absolute payment necessity may require I! In this, and within ten or twelve mile of the capitol two assaults of cotton for the city of Tallahassee and town of St. Marks," The Senate sent to this House for concurrence a bill to bty u t

'oily jour o1 't servant, IL K. CALL I ; have been made at night by the savages.! Their unsus- reported said bill .vilhout amendment, which report was concurred entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of pilots and tj-jcf'

I. .. Governor of Florida.Ta'.Uliancr I pecting victims were in each instance surprised in their domestic in.Mr. regulate the rules of pilotage at Tampa Bay, which was rcadPtk*

s.. -- 1! circle, and around their own firesides, by the stealthy approach'j Blackburn from the select committee, to whom the same and ordered to b read again on Monday next. {I

July 31st, Itr'.n. ,j of the enemy. The first signal of danger was the presence! and had been referred made the following report : Also "An act to increase the number of members of theSerJate

tMont,_IOU commanding I, i herewith Ihe copy militia of of a Idler Gad'!which dif" coun I have'y, informing just ricoivrd mo II terrific yell of the Indians, and the first discharge of their dead I I! The coniiiiiU'o to shone was referred the petition undiv rili- and to apportion the additional members throughout tilTerrilory ohh ,

recently committed by the Indians on a family within twentyfUeaud Iy rifles hurried them into eternity leaving a single survivor in 7.cns of Leon County, have bultho some under consideration and ," which was twice read, the rule being waived, ant t abr
| at a pint where, hitherto, no danger! ha? h ti 3ij| .rcKW I each case covered wilh wounds, to relate the horrid catastrophe 1' nrcol tin opinion that the petition is jar+t and reasonable ; and that made special order for committee of the whole on Tuesday nc.y Ie nay \
a ropy of my letter to h1.j.Dearbon. The Indians arc ro.v iiiaslry which severed the fondest ties of thi.i Leislantrbould! | grant them their} request : tourmnmiMtce and
the and OcklocLncy riven. I n Lure. In one instance tin* : are 50 copies ordered to be printed for the U$of the House. \j; I
> itoated between Apalachicola
'the seaboard and our tclllcmenU, presenting an area of more mangled bodies of the father and mother, and two lioping't well bf aware ti! it tho p-opfe in the southern part of Lron County will The Senate returned to this House indefinitely PostPoneda---"'

' in extent. Their; numbers arc nol fully ascertained but traces babes, formed one funeral pile, in the house which had been the opposed to a separation frum your petitioners. We have weighed bill entitled An act addition to an act, entitled an K-
warriors have been discovered,and it III believed they have a ;j well all the argument both fur and against a separation, and find aLor fapldy
abode of "
and happiness. On yesterday another outrage' the of hills and for oth *
issuing
peace
suppress or circulating
them from counnunicaH.Jueela the ,'
There is no barrier to prevent nrjiuiurnl: !'ecidciily in favour of a separation. The of chang.
band, with whom, it ill believed they have coned was committed. Three waggons loaded with stores of the government '' roimry" which we propose In embrace< within tho limit of scope the new purposes, 3pprove Feb. 11,1835," bill.is lost. theca-
Bales they use expelled from their present position:: I j were captured, plundered, and destroyed, and four: County, i ii nn: of the richest and mot populous in lht Tenilory The sent to this House for concurrence, a, bill entitle
band
a inboslilily very shod ajainst time every asana warrior the counliftt of the of latter Leon and will Gad be. i t human beings were butchered. But, gentlemen, the dark cata-j\I and will at this} linn number a:* many inhabitants as J-'flVraon C'mn "An act to raise by lottery a sum of money to build a mason"[

*. pntil Daw enjoyed comparative Iranquilily.will exhibit: a wide fugue of Indian outrage and murder is not yet complete. The t}'. We cannut see any>> injury which can possibly\ result tr the Hall in the city of Tallahassee and for other purposes, whi i< i5-6m
rain and devastation. To obviate these disasters, I promptly enemy"still hovers on our borders, and other victims will be I people of Leon who ale not cmbr iced iu the new county. It i is true was twice read by the title, the rule being for

lee wee Ikrra tendered companies to Major of mounted Dearborn men, for, the the command purpose of of co-opt-which .I offered on the altar of their revenge. Your country presents I thut a separalion will! curtail the fees of n few rtffircrs in Tallahassee. and referred to the committee on the state that'.porptwaived

npar' *oopt, and ot driving the enemy from our settlements.nnwwmcAtiMi a melancholy, a humiliating spectacle. Your frontier is de- It will curtail! the profits of tha. Hotels in TiH.ihas: oa lk!- subject, Major Dearborn informs me I fenceless. It exhibits a wide spread scene of ruin and desola- seasons of the year; this is: all the injury ,.Jae.h; an pus.ibl) Also a bill entitled An "act to incorporate the Trustees tckaw -!'
'sly ordered DOt to receive mounted men into service and has I lion. Your militia are without and result to Iho people of Leon from a separation ; wher\rf-.r-; thc beg
organization, ignorant of the Presbyterian church in Tallahassee which was twice r,
of I to inform ur
on ma for two companies flu' regret you leave to report 11 bill. '
uf Iba year footmen cannot be raised in tl.is Territory, the rules of discipline and subordination. Your officers, with a I Which the rule being waived ?nd referred to th committe o the awe
read
to drafts, which are exceedingly difficult to execute, andmfrjntun few honorable exceptions, are deficient in the enthusiasm, the I was and concurred in by the House. of the cr the

.. baa been and will a!ways be attended with this a delay energy, and military ardor, which gives grace and utility to the 'I 1 he bill therein referred to in the title, an act to organize the A Tertoiy.sent from the Senate concurencc of 0it-
by fortb
raising men
ir bttl to those whose safety depends on pro-
amxBftt are ready almost with one voice to mount their horses amidE character of the soldier. They want that zeal, promptitude, county of and for other purposes, wa read and House asking Congress to pay to Dua Esq. Tert
. lha" enjjmy' But without forage and wllh lIt subsistence, no. I and decision so imperiously demanded by the present crisis.- ordered for a second reading tomorrow.Mr. sum of $2000 as a compensation for'his'' labr

I 1 ?. plitbed LI.... ,I cad cannot the balirra Executive t..1&allhe of the Government Territory without of the United fundsly Docs this assertion require proof to give it currency? I call on Tradewell moved that said bill be indefinitely postponed; the laws of this Territory, out of any money a compilt j beau at, ee d.

calculate Lb4J difference in expense between mounted men you to bear witness to its truth You have been spectators of the yeas and nays being required on said motion, were yeas, Congress for that purpose which was read and ordered tea j en-

bile the here of hapless! women and children are exptwed tojnl the scene. Day after day you have seen the expressmen spur- Messrs. Blount, McNeill), McRaeny, iViblack, Tradewell, and read again on :Monday next. |. "

periL and when their hundreds afrty requires uf the,mod and Ih-.usaiids prompt ant rl: ring into your capitol with the sad intelligence of another and Wood, G,-nays, !Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Blackburn Mr." Feguson without previous notice' asked.an obtain 1 y t1t., sty
) be fatal to person
l moat :
My elsy duly reooire* me to defend boib ; I cannot hesitate in another massacre. Yon have heard the order of the Executiveto Brett, Burritt, Cooley, Dozier, Duval, Ferguson, Fitzpatrick: leave to introduce a entitled'-An act ard' fix//]
p m>ed. shall order batlaiou! cf lo hundred and fifty I call out the militia for defence-you have heard his earnest Gould, Manly, McCall, McLeod, Priest, Reed, Tabor, and times,of the Superior Court of the Apalachicola' D J .

lab the field and penis the I Indians taster until Ibo they command khill have of and feeling appeals to the chivalry and patriotism of his fellow- Thigpin. 18; so said motion is lost. was twice read, the ru.'c: being waived and referred.stsct.wh tc-
J the reach of you
bare to request that annoyance.they may be (umt. .d with the nece :a- citizens, and although those appeals have not been made in vain, The House went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled clary committee. .

,U'P.'t. anuoilioo, forage, and "Miblntp but have been answered by many manly and generous hearts, "An act to raise a fund by taxation for the education of poor Also a bill entitled "An act to alter and chang the.tr J

Very.rcti_ ulljyouol't.etwant It. K. CALL, there arc others who have no concern, no sympathy, for those children, after some time the committee rose, and Mr.1\IcNeill), the Supejior Courts in the middle ,which f I A

.,' U, S. 6th toO/.; Governor of Florida. exposed to clanger. The daily report of murder dies on the chairman therefrom, reported said bill without amendment, 'bich twice read, the rule being for that,purpose waived and rks .
,- car, but awakens no pity In the heart. The blood which flows_ report was concurred in, and said bill is ordered to be engrossed to the Judici&ry committee. _

EF ,J' TalUhaaacc,July 3Ut,1838.'ft.JC from slaughtered innocence calls on them for revenge, but it for io-morrow. Mr. pursuant to previous:notice askedand_ obtang ieea**

Call;G ov rnor of Florida,* rails in vain.' The frantic mother, presenting her helpless infant A bill entitled "*Au act concerning' the militia of this Territory leave_ to introduce a bill:to .be entitled( An act"suppeo- >entt -

i tbe eomiBaateaUon whiob fltoanlte1 yaa' i snap ai*;the to operate fwnoriohandtalliangpoyai.nF.f egain t in her'arms;,invokes jhelr broteVtl&ny bus'-1ier invocations ,'* was read the second t time and ordered.to be engrossed for. the act entitled, '"Aa" 'act;"to. ':anilwise.uie. _'AlaMmai" ; 'Flcmda/ ;'|*.>eO-|

ttitj, r t1 f+r seat.anvraaBlaf-tba amnlry, wtrAaribz pass with"the breeze on which they.arc borne, leaving no trace to-morrow. .Georgia Rail.Road contlue,jtoert oad'fffisjfoiAM ,'tJtalrpropotirf have be bfn r'la *atw lo yoUr on the memfiry. Gentlemen,.this IS no fancied picture of our A,bill t e nttled! ,".A n act to amend.an incorporating; ,the.city ,between the$ cmpany" a d 1 err' ; f.FIpi" t!

,$Im jitDtrbom}wtt.ceLa,teAal4 sreptrnla..plrw.dahaiweathat man la be saoMerat, bt'Major -ra1f condiiionr "if the sad, the mortifying reality. For the last of Apalachicola! was_ read the second time and_laid on the fable .the waters.of PensacolaiBaywhichws] ),w !fetid ')..
Davbora? bat'rfceivea,on this six days'have I laboured iu vain to raise'by draft under the till to-morrow. >. being.waivcd-and to.tcoon J tttite : 1
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yrqdti.afoep ftaer In coamnnd of of d.Uieiiotroorm law* of the ?:Territory company of fifty mounted men, to de- A bill entitled "An act m,addition 9 an act'relating tai. ,crnnes Crrttoty.-. t 'c,rei / aas" t.

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J teiteratiaQof. ray, .orders.: A listless apathy every Mr Blackburn chairtnau,'rep rted the same'to'tlie Roust:amenh fOtctlie:reliefot'stbetr8 park rhan,' ttd'traatltef .

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