The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 6, 1839
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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, .':BULL:; &CO. Have, just \eceivcd :NOTICE; JOHN ,J. ROW LES'. MEMORIAL I other.parts of Uia' Temfory.entirely ':the.d tj : : _. !

ship G nerm;'and other arrivals, a r oersJ Co.nartner.hip hrMofore existing under Notary PubUe aJ. 1 1Pih
THE the Florida ,Defected. Ii believed by \._ ,rjkI t4dl i
stsortment of the taol daion..wlSltyltl *f blu.LUek -, firm ofTAET. HOLT, & COat, Si Tallaktugee Florida. Of fa People of Territory of Q1 "

,browa.'oix and frncy Cl-Hli,Ctaieres, Marks i is this day dissolved by,mutual. consort.-. -. foradmiioninktheU'qn.S that ao accurate eDUJDt'n.would esblbhsj 4a q.u'&eai'k'f i
\I YcstiDgl fcr. which tbe1 would be pleased to make All pertnibiving ..ct'.onntslflLh said Finn, NOTICE.; population Flo.rldatetlim) 'accordrngta a.aif :i1I. "'

, up for Their,rastb oel" They having been 'Ml-eted i are requested to'loeJtlelb6 with G. G- Unit and GfIX weeka after date, I ..h.II'apply to 'the T.i CoMoaBu, Ft.DaaT SO, 1839. the baJ 4.nf reprssenlation in.-ri>eHaa.a f "p.tt. .. raf'

with great fare from the latest New'York Impor.fail George Miller,of Mid firm, who are duly author. '. County Court of Leon County;for letter of Read,laid upon the table, aad 5000 'extra copies of Representatives of the United States ftaIy :tfl'Jtilrl .nabeJsk 1I -
utionscannot to pi..ue; the most tut !ioul. cd to cose: the same. S S TAFT administration. on the estate of my brother Sylva.nus erdered be f' .It$ 'ft
to prinud. 'U'Ie.
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BEADY MADE CLOTHING. G G 110th'. F.lIiB, dcc'd lato of auU count,. equal to, not greatrr than, the present. r 'r IPJ'
and colored dnl coals GEO February g 1839. To the Senate and House of Representatives ratio. m G.at'fMIc Il111-
Superfine bla'k, blue, fancy : MILLER. ; MOSES ELLIS. S 5' ,_, rd"--.r'A _..
Frocks do. St: Marks, September 22, 1838 7-2m -" **lano Forte nude. of the United-Stales of America, 'But the people of Florida rnp.etf'uIly insist !I, lea. .. ,t 'I."J L.:,' "

S 'Superfine hof! back, brown, drab, and mixed THE Bu,incBS will in future be rarrierl on under TTJIOR'SALK; at the Jewelry Store of Mews in Congress assembled. that their right to' bo admitted, into th., 're 6'I J' ;?.'

Orer-coats Piot! cloth, do. Bearer do. Mohair do. the name elliott 4Miller. G G HOLT, Nui'r. forme-ly J Gerl\l tin. Federal Union as State is .not'depentlenL' .n d4 tbe.o. ... .O,r .kJ rL IIInd'h IlL
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Blanket: do. a E0:.\j ILLFa. The memorial of the of the a.-
Fine, Ma k and caw. P,nis, Fancy colored do. VALUABLE CITY, PROPERTY I ,NOTICE. of Florida people Territory upon the fuct of their h vkg; n, popjltTtTon' ...yJ.p rocI; .. ,., .-t! .6 r--" I .

Ba.'"5kill Pl.iid4&Rioted do.Spit ngled DorsUi do FOR ALL persons indebted to the estate of J. B. equal to such ratio. Their ,right to admission 0\, t r .
C\\mon Cau. do of all colors, fine blue,mixed, SALE. I deceascd.late.of countyare hrre- REsrCCTFULLT SHEWETH : it is conceived, is guarantied ,bjr ,the father I Wn' I 140m 1'a' UT.J1ff

and Fancy S.1uirett do. i THAT Valuable Property situated on Monroe by notified to to make Imediate* payment to the subscriber That, before the cession by the King, of I in the 6th article- onIYd* 11iit! P \- ulW
express pledge f"the treaty -
the South West and those claims against toe
at having ,
Jan d >. corner of Washington same pain of the of
Kentucky provinces Eist and Writ '
is offered are requested to them authenticated before quoted ; i n d 1 if r le'asto the you
Double an 1 single brea led Cloth vests, Super- square at private sale. The present duly Florida any
the United
flae black sift) Velvet do. Plain bl.c .t\ud blue Satin Buildings are at present occupied by Mr. Davis within the time Prcsciibe.l by JAw.THOS. to State, a large portion number of population i is to govern,' it shouldbe 1I..IU-Ih.'ifJit1R..

do. Fine tiieido.finCy figured do. Confectioner, Know & Huichius as the Watchman II. DUVAL, of inbabitantt. ef those provinces, being thnj'i in existence at the time.of the cession ty.

Co'ord Valentin of superior quality) Fancy Printing Office, the U. S. Quarter Master. Agent and Attorney infact for Jas. S. Robinson warmly attached Mihe Government of tbe ,'which wu"thirlj-five'thousand. They hillt. Tb f\1 ;

S.Ik: do.--lo eli'b' Velvet,-Frfir fancy Thibet,- Geo. & Fh Linenburger, and J.A. Bertbelotte,Efq. adru'r.TaPah.seeFeb.. United Stale., were anxious to become apart the days of m rob :i
<010 eJ silk Velvet: Fancy figured do.-superior The citodtion for business is one of the mOlt eligible 13, t839- 33tf thereof and to acquire the of submit, that any wtio ot,representation rears Its apfendhTcSa I
I '. silk VeUei do. in UM City. Apply to WM. P. DUVAL. NOTICE. privileges dependent !legislative action;
qua"i!i y aid :est style cut American .
A sup' ri-T cuslity of Ladies Cloth: Merino, Nov. 10 14 I (f Alt. in fact of Dr. Chuc Hair.. ALL persons having claims against the estate citizenship. Many were natives based solely. .on, convenience- and expediency them wairrecla.mabla.bttf'i. df h' !

Thibet,aud Ih nikCI.ak.. D. AUSTIN & CO. M. OchiUree, deceased will pier it present of the State, who.had. been induced to shifting and vacillating i! as.tbeiVpinioa ofa ]A '1d .
Children German Jadrets and P.nt inform the citiz-as of Tallahassee jheati within the time prescribed by Iwlhd, those change their residence by the genial climate of make the spot -here l'hi!
I Merini Cravul, black: Italian silk do, superfine WOULD ,that they have taken the storeon indebted to the estate would do well to come for and productive soil of the Floridns- Tbe majority' CongreFs' .'may. jt, now around were:woods"

I twilled d'. Main Street,lately occupied l-y D. C. Wilson, ward and 'e tle. manifestation of their attachment to the Government greater than, at a previous apportionment! therortlMdiere.b6w1ii Off

L mien and ilk PocV'-t Har.dkerchirf-. Esq ,where they are now opening a complete! assortment JOHN G. GUNN, Adm'r. hut which, future Congress may ,prescribeto .
of the Union and often resouhdedthroita
nnd' woolen iirts and drawers Cloth do. Feb. 8. J8 9. 2Etr to the principles -
Cotton of Rich WATCHES, Jewelry Silver be less, cannot be,one orlhe'eODsl tuuonal)
B )yi
Oakland Philadelphia raada superfine Boots.Fii which they offer on Hf good terms as they can be Tallahassee. United Stntep, with the approbation nnd authority with which, by its terms i little clearing) 1 svrroQitdM ft/Jk& *

silk Umbrellas.Jfegro : of all. ,te1 purchased in this country. TilE subscriber informs his tends of the national administration attempted ed. It is in truth, but isrequir- lived by tbaeulUTJUioo b1fe1- %
criptions. a
clothing Personal attention given to Watch repairing, ( mere regulation,
mad. fashion- a. and the public thnt he bat rented this in 1812. to effect a change in the forced bj aeC'ell /:to'uiurieiofnf defl' thf3l .
nn "I Iy'i superfine PnilaJelphia which from long experience, they can assure the I not founded on principle. No specific
aba! Fur Hals. public will be done in first.rate manner. They well known ffctabliahmprt. and is pre- government of East Florida, brought some number of population is required ..- ,Atike tini'oFr1

Mem fine bilk, wo lcn, Merino, and Cotton Hosiery. flatter thrmselve thnt by pivrn due at'enlion io with pared their to accommodate custom. His t:1 table those will vrhomny be well favor providedwith him of the incut affluent of our citizens. poverty principle 'as necessary,in by the any, el.recognized speaking. it bnlyo ctpauIfl -

business, with a d 'sire to pleas, to rereiru a share who.bad
I ( the rarities: the maiket affords, and hit bar: Bud ruin. The treaty of 1819 wag hailed tabtishment of'a free seen aocncfritjI.
J Bsimi.B Delay
CqV.ars an of the
Linoen..out Cloths, Ca*simere., Satinet': and Vest. Tan;public hiss.g patronage-,_Novfiaber 17. 183M. 15cttuY furnished with good liquors, and by strict attention by them with joy, as the harbinger of the I lit the recognition and admission Floridais ;ner,. nd. lUtletrojrithak O4I1Ci.
of all description 17. tf to tho wants and iiecmsitics of his visitor he hopes speedy consumption of their ardent but long had emigrated to tWsCoaa. !
i ,
up couRTf; iEON COUNTYMarch I to receive a libcra share of patronage. no longer justifiable; when, by the adoption of bit
Law Partnership. Term. E. POOL deferred hopes. The repeated assurancesof : of a >form 'of government bascud"upon tome oppositiotr _

rjT\H''* lAW Partnership heretofore existing beLL Rich rd G. Wcllford ) Feb. 15, 1839. 28tf statesmen officers, and cilizutu of the I the same broad principles of'civil !liberty as pexio I and in.tead.'of'lJtNi

tween WM. p. DUVAL and the Honorable v? >Attachmcn.-36888 N. B.-Good sahuinand: prorcndc"f T l.orses. States (made in every manner calculated the constitution of the United States all inconsistency seaboard,)d.btUied"lile1&liep.i\
RICHARD C. ALLEN has been dissolved by the Alfred Evars ) CONCORD ACADEMY. 'lo inspire confidence,) that the Florida in the union and 'confederation' cit. Herrhi*.b.91"9r'to.* ibI S

app lint"le:ll. und r the United States,of the latter, (TnHE Defendant and all others interested, will would be admitted into dwcltt until ibo earth,-w* Iaped'Dbrrftst.
Superior Conrt for Fborda.Wm. HIS Seminary is located in Caroine: County, the Union AS A STATE of the two Governments is removed. *
ae Judgofine ii take no)ice of the institution of the above suit T ttd-'. _
about miles north if
Virginia, forty Richmond nt an early period the ,
P. DUVAL. II. BROCKENJiriOUGH.are and ; express stipulation It is in no wide inconsistent with th prin-
by attachment and are required pleadto
appear and three miles from the Richmond and &A ..
associated in the the 6th article fewyearsirt4ued .5 "
of the
now partners$ the deckraiion filed in sad case.B. Frederickibnrg RailroadThe situation retired in : treaty that the in* ciples of the Federal constitution lInt the :
of Law. Th: fin>t rcEiJiu ttTal1ohasHlt.tIle scene. The .father a04 moibsit llictsji6"
praojic G. WELLFORD.Jan habitants of the territories which his Cath.i. ;
and healthy, ana offers as few ttmp'.alionj to vices population State should bo less Uia the
.he 'f Win. P.
Infer at tow ( Appnlachicola.
24 3m old and the had --.1
231839. boy *
olic 4-
DUVJ will attend the court Appeals and the SuperiOr any in the State. Majesty cedes to the United States by ratio of congressional representation. TI every
4'ourlall\ eon, Jefferson, Gndtden, Frank. Law Notice. The price of board and tuit'on, including: washing ,this treaty, shall be incorporated into the case i ii provided for in the He was strong.wjd; tiy ,satt4i tiIIJ a
H. DU VAL. Attorney'at Law. will betiding, and fuel, is $200 for the scholastic constitution. disposition b ld.lm "I
{ atM5&
H"'. and Calhoun% Counties. M. Brorkenbrrugh THOS. I Union of the United States AS SOON as 10'1It With such deficient she %
in all th* Crurts Middle Florida. often months. Students coming from dis population, wouldbe
year ,' tbafhe
will nlientl'he court of Appeals and the SuperiorCour.s consistent with the may ay wu handsome.'bvIsgiherited -
of the
of Jackson: Frankln. C.tlhouji and Leon The drawing of Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages' "'ncevho may not wish t. leave the Institution principles entitled to one representative. If any .
counties. iv.,,. P. DUV.\I ---. ami other legal instruments promptly attended to- during the Vacation, can prosecute their studies Federal conslitulion ; and admitted to the event should cause a decrease of,the population a goodly abar.*othisqssbaty.By
'V M. H.BROCKENBROUGH O/Sce/ in ihf Fame ronm o.-cnpicd by. Wm. P. Du- without inti rm.sVion, as at lea!t one of tbe teachers a' enjoyment emil the privileges, rights and of of the States this time;a few ober jaqtiIt Oa1iysd
one even to a :number "
val. under the Union Bank. will be in attendance.The \o\9 the rgreat and" .r.aJGI4i1fB
Nor. 2Bd. ]IF3R..MIuu..E 16-6m immunities of the chitons of the United below the minimum :a
N -v-mbcr 28 h 1838. 18 course of instruction comprises the !angua ratio of'repreleot- -
had been
OIBTKICT t'I.OlllDt, ( Stat.- the declaration of tho King of ,OfleiALjIJ If: l
; ,
.a. e* and sciences generally,an I is designed to pre- tion prescribed by the constitution 'she
Ls'n County S Dissolution.fHlHE pare btudei.U thoroughly for College snd Univer Spain, in the royal order of the 24th of October would still rcnviin member of die had emigrated{ D ; Jap4b ".A..
Copartnership formoily exist: in tieB'.k a confederacy
'JtIIEI1EAS it has been repr.* famifr[ ian'eil bi4 .
M. establishment in iLU city l'this 1820, announcing the final conclusion .
Bindely and be entitled
the members of the Bar, and he office; and to such representative.
by two classes, and senior -
arranged in junior are very near that of the lint settler It .
day been dissnlveil lj mutual consent. Those of the and that the advan-
. of t he Court generally that it would be more for instructed by daly; p lections and examinations. treaty among It is respectfully urged, that a rule or "prin
indchtid die this time will make composed of the .
to to am
their; eonveienceand would tend to the despatch Ch concern rle C Cnshman.up They are also\ exerciid reju'arly in converting ** lages stipulated" in favor of those inhabi- ciple which wnuld not justify the expulsion ,
.>f bunincM. that the next Term of the Superior pnvment to CHAS.C. CUSHMAM, Greek and Latin into Englj h, .rld English into tants who might remiin therein, and whichhe of a State with a deficient population, on the 1o ngtst"rthi'ltfWQ n. .

Court lot the County of Leon, now appointed by PHIL'P A. HAYWARD. Greek and Latin. In connection with Ancient wished to give '* as a hat proof of(he of 0. : .
protection ground inconsistency with the constitution
, Lawfurlbe first in should be Ancient and -
Monday April next ...anguag's are tnught Geography form was faultleisandyotflW1ht1
Jtn.311R3. 27t and affection bad
poiftponed to the month of May. Ancient His'o-y. they always experiencnd should not exclude or prohibit adniiv i her featurViWfooria : "I" ni'
Now therefore for the remms above stated and by PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PI..ASTERINGTHE The Mathematical course is extensive, comprising under the Spanish Government" sion.

sirticftIie authority vested in nc by Law, it i i. Suburriher. formerly of Baltimore and Arilbineti', Algebra,Geometry Plane Trigonometry was one, thnt they shouIJ .* be admitted AR Your meraori-ilisl would spot on herfae yA'P'IfI iiiiJi7.JlJiiJliii

hereby ordered and directed, that the next _.nuing of Virginia repectf.illy inform the Ci- Spherical Trigonometry, with its application .' SOON AS POSSIBLE to the enjoyment of all respectfully urge, -1ta'r
tiz"niiofLeon the Nautica! and the Differential that any supposed rule or practice of Congress '--- --- '- "-- ,: ,
term <>raid Court be pontponed and fixed for the count).and public generally.that IA Astronomy, the of citizens of the United Stale ther' cheek. -
2.11U.l >nJsy of May next, tu which last dart all tuiin he has permanently located himself here for t.'iepur! and Integral Calculus. lights ; founded upon or growing but of, I the I turned to'.J bolt ltb t eoa, S
nod proccM now iorued or to i iasuo be mado pose executing Plain and Ornamental Plastering The course of Natural Philosophy comprise the reiteration of the pledge in the proclamation ordinance: of July 13th, 17b7, in relation to -
returnable! the regular return day tlirreof. It iit'tirthir in all its vnt Sous br.ncb""I-aIw! rough canting, in Mechanics, Hyerodynamics, Pneumatics Acrous- of that illustrious! American citizei. the Northwestern in of discovered that tMldiedJe."OC tbe-cJ"lady

ordered that this noiice be published in the ii7iiutir of Granite.-Terms moderate. tics, Electricity and Galvanism, Optics and As who was appointed commissioner to Idke Dew formed territory, or) respect were flying'.mer,ba ; w 1
'rdIIl.IJ"aoe< newoj-aper until the: Alecliiig of the I Reference F. Eppen, E q. Tullahassoe. tronomy. rsion ol the ceded provinces and their out uf oilier territory was a alight smilq.on riti & ..:
CCMor'I. I ANDREW SCOTT. Geolo: and Minerology, are taught in connection pOs ceded to tbe National Government by different f..lher proceeded.-H .U t" "- .5 y

THOMAS RANDALL Jadffr. I Fe!.7th 1 18'9 273m "ith Cliemistry. first governor, on bis arrival here to fulfil States and in which cessions that ordinance -' ...- 4' :,
Tcst-R. G. WELLFORD, Clerk. ,I HlYWARO The'course of Moral Philosophy comprises, the duties of his high trusts, all awakened referred A* lime flew.00, the coaDt'1'RetnieTI '
m A. having purchased the was expressly to as containing .
Ethics and Political ICon- *"
Belles lettres Ithet.or<; A
Manh 13, 1839 32. tf the most sanguine expectations Ibe to become more and,more rtt" '
Q entire interest ofCha' C. Cushman, in the among tbe rubs to govern in their admission, gun
NOTICE. 1 Bo.ik Binde-y will continue business as before. omv.All of the Student. are exercised in Ccmposi inhabitants of the provinces, by whom they should not control or affect our'right fo: be moke from newly :rnea cabinl*
: weeks afterdate, I will apply to the Hon. A. Thankful for past favors, he hopI's l'y onremilted received as ample guaranties that this and $
SIX lion SalYPyill,and the drawing of Mapa.The were incorporated into the Union. That ordinance daily seen, curling .wreathiacahOi1. ,
of the of Leon
Gatlin, Judge county court attention to secure a liberal share of ralr Subsciibura
c auspicious be tallest 'Jkrihj
noon tree
measure adopted.In
for letters administration the of Wm. I All is not alluded to in u 4
county of on estate orders from the country will be faithfully mind the'treatf'andit
In directins the energies of the youthful ) 4
the benefit of tbeheinoftuiidoitale. I faith of the pledge being fulfilled as the ties were fortnctf4 tobuidiD2riargef fii_
Hague late of Tulla'aassee dec.for attended to. and the efficiency of their plan of education, for conceived to be unjust to look beyond the J

J. B. BULL. Jan. 3 1 1839. 27 Gt forn.ing the morale and ensuring the literary exploration nnd suiveyTjfthe country devel- treaty and the constitution eh only b referred : thaA ilt'aI&"ae1.a. ,

Talhihasiee Fet. t1 I,' 819.' ,: \n. CDWAKD C. CADWKLL, (late of NewYork vanccment of their pupil.. has been amply tested. oped its fertile lands and oilier valuable re- to in it, for prohibitory rules. "u erect d,'wbidt"leh'' .

REeEIVERSNOTbCET )' having lo"atrd himse'f in Monlkello.I For the character and merits of the Institution sourres, emigrants crowded hither from all But whe-refors'shoultl we be constrained chapel!,,and t ', n1i,
Rub cri er having >xen: duly appoinle.lR.civer reference is mnde to the annexed testimonial of :-it i& {*
offers sections of the Union. conducted ,
rfspcctlully hit rvkot Surrcon. Neirly Be
a* Physician, twenty was oweq asur.
years uj
; nf the Coirl; of Chancery, Leon I I and' Dentist t.e! Professors of the University: of Virginia.Parents to remain longer under institutions so, hostile
Surgeon io the
County, MidJIe Dij trict. of Florida, in the case of hAd ten his community, and Gu-mlians, who m .y wish to place have elapsed since tbe formation of tbe trealy to the cardinal 'rnaxim'or fie 'govlrtl- school boastfinn atlo'ilahin'\

Mary C.nur, -Umintsiratrii of Win. Ceuter TS he Hiving hopes to be nbln years to experience do justice in to nil profession who their: sons and wards at this Seminary, are requested cession. During this period the peopleof ment, no obviously at war with the vital principles knowing owlo'-r: ,j ffBi '

John B. Ke"n, hereby gives mtice to a'.l! persons employ lii. '. Office at tbe Rer.Joel S. Grnre may. to direct their letters to Concord Academy, Florida have, on different occasions, distinctly of tbe Federal! constitution 'as those during iY WlrilfermooiBs..,
- inAeluel( to the late firm of Center nnd Keen, on Feb9 IS:9. 27tf Caroline County, Vu., addressed to either of the manifcated their anx'ous desire to of Territory f Can thadpnaltnuibt.'nequalportionoitho more subdued and mon leisure .' AI
Note, B,nJ Co ilL otherwise that they subscribers. a
Account or '
\( .Ire require to make itnmediatc payment to the Liquors Pro vislouL Groceries. and F. W. COLEMAN, President. change the presnnt.institutinsof government ; ,blessihgs.bf government lowed, the i'O' 4x- 111

sibicri er nly-and notice is alao given to all: per- Lumber. J. D. COLEMAN, fur other originating with and formed b? benefit any' of,bur fellow-citizens' of wejnaduallyrestore4.itht

lit .111111 whu am MOW, or was at the time of the death THE subircribers in A. C. COLEMAN, themselves, to assume the rank of a sovereign the States/ 'Can'it be essential' l 'to 'their makings were held br. the

of IV. Center, in possession of any gOOl's, wares, .addition to their former January 9,1839UNIVERSITY State, and lo be recognised as a mem- and u.--i-Jt :ii' rt'ilf- .
inert-hand're, notes, bonds, bo'kg of account, or any and geneial stock, are OF VIRGINIA, June 5th, 1 38. well-being and prosperity that we _.hould. be S
- other proj-eity wba'fmevcr belonging to toe said now receiving by lute arrival i Mr. Frederick W. Coleman, at the end of biB ber of the natinnal confederacy.Your compelled to lemnin still longer in' a slate, of bying"w'festfingiind ; 1il

firm, that they forthwith Deliver the same to theuaJer.m'cJ *"from- ,Bo tooBaltimoreCii 0 course of study at tbe University,received tie !.. memorialists would direct galling ,and humiliating ''disfranchrsement/ krndrrd feat) claus
rlei'ton and briefly
C iu obedience 0 the oid<*r of Court. Master of Arts of the University rf Virginia the too of thtftrfd..? c. K2 r<
r WM. HILLLfRD, Orleans low for,cub the folowiiiggooJs all of which they offer having previously obtained degrees in the Schools the notice of Congress to thoso particular Will our admission as State. inflict ny'in-*

1 nl'f". 8. 1358-18 RI'r.I''rrM S only. < Ancient Languages, Jlfathem'itics, Natural Philosophy measures which have induced the present jury upon them I** iHi iT Bfcwa

' iLU"'ION. 15 bblsreclifiod LtQUOR Wbukry, Cbenlls.ry, and Moral Philosophyconfir-- application. In the year 1637 the wishes The people of Florid call, then. upon bun by baa compan'iooa, was*, i t .,

I OfnilE. Co-partnership heretofore rxmtinj: under 30 do Mona Rye do ed nly upon rigid aud extended examinations. of the people raused tho Territorial Council their fellow citizens 'of the States, 'not 'to Howasin'avbettfhtIod'rn
t of his
JL the firm of HARLEY and GORJbMN Is 40 do Corn do The undersigned, having knowledge lalentf force them the tjt
acquirements an'l habits, and being satisfied to enact a law. (a copy of which is subjoined upon any longer odious'pVin-. t \ >i _____
this day Jihsolred by mutual consent. .All business Cognac Brandy Pipes, and Qr.call1., thnt the method of instruction which he baa adopted 49 laws of 1837.) by ciple of hx"tion'w.ithout. representation ;** the'oth r baOdhe daugtepck_
of said n-m will be settled by W. P. GORMAN 25 bbl! domestic Brandy, S page whom I shall call Mary excelled tha rsa'pf-
is far be calculated than that commonly not to contradict i in ,
tier "
. wLois duly authorizej to settle the same. 5 Jamaica RUin which the question cf State" or Terri pr'actice1'bycontrnuing ( -- *""" "" *""! .
-. used, to accurate knowledge, nnd at the the her companions'not, aty
P. H. I1ARLY 1.5: half bible old A ceo mark Peach, time convey to the minds ol tory" woe to" be voted upon at the! ,election Territorial authorities after we have '
, N Y. 21 I 18-8-tf Wm. P. 0011 MAN. 5 tIle pure Holland Gin, same youth, have to murh give,confidence a properiraifling in recommending him for Delegate to Congress held in'tbei.month: formed a government f)r oursfllvesij thi'r >" brit'showisaTjo'iila .
P. S. Ti e bufiocci will be confined at Uie oldS 25 do 'India Feint do I axioms .that 'self-j make Verier buCfar iojlaroartdfcerfiot
of tood may be io those who may 'wish to have their sons well of May of that year. A decided majority of publican man i i.capable of
and where a general oH.irient 10 qr ctlCkll sweetMalaga wine taught-as a gentleman in whose qualifications the at hat election in favor government, and that all'' 'free'gbvtrnmenti itta'i
I (' -n.l at alilimer.VIR.. P. GORMAN. ,suffrages given was t ? *l f **<' e
U do Muscat do of all the Ia : _____
they may safely rely. are founded and derive their yean*men
of Slate. It i U believed.there would
-1 upon
Apalachicola Land Company. 4 half pipes Port do Mr. Coleman has been engaged, for three years a powers v ii!j" '
. T JO TICE'is b r.1 tivcn-, tbat this Company 2 do Madeira do ,ince he left the University,in conducting n n Academy have been little opposition,.but. that the >de. torn,' the consent'arid will of therpeople.. Sthirioti4t1eJ

S 1' willconlinpe to sell at private sale, lnt> in the 30 bbli Lansingburg Ale. and has thus both gained experience; and solution of a 'Urge, portion of the country, They ask of Congress such act or desolation.! _

Ti city of ApAlscliJco! ,and any vf their, lands that 30 do Newark rider, furui-bed evidence of his ab.lity lo pirparc young caused b the Seminole war, then raging at as, in its wisdom, it may 'deem'\eet'tOr. 'b1e Sle 'It-
aresurveye.lonhestmc terms as here'oroie: 1 Y'%. '3 dvz gallon Demijohn's sup Port and Madeira gentlemen to enter with Jijv ntnge the Univeislty, > the State Government crim2 _'
cognize its
-nefoarlhof the consideration, to be paid In cash, Wiucii, or any other of the higher institutions of l<-arninjrGESNER its bright, caused many to doubt our pecuniary bpoh flekJ,9

.11 and one ( 'annually i % one.two,4oC three years i 2qr casks celebrated Irish .U..quchaughi HARRISON, Prof.Anrt. LI g'U. ability, at.that period, toe, tabish! and plete organization,"'and frl incorporation. andrpitledrtbelairfire' _
with l"tereat.-.onbe will give'te' pBfrha-I of,-be into the Union. .1'' M 'i; _
,f trustees 6dozjugeold Irish Whiskey, S and Chairman Faculty maintain respectably;: the 'aInt'' il1l H lions. Federaj '
wrl deed ofcodTeyanee >n the J aytnent of one C. BONNYCASTLE. Frol. Jtfatbematics. ,In'behalf, FJorMaVm! ;; K/'wMchtmea'n ij1T
a up' 12 kep" assorted cordia' Thu Council 'of 1839 i in obedience to, (heexpress of the peOple of convention ,
" half of the nideration in cash and the I.'anceIny. W. B. ROGERS, Prcf. Natural Philosophy,
.'>te one I alfin three 'years, and one lik'fm fire 5030: Jill bacon side, GEO TUCKER, Pr"r.Inr.l Pl.ilosojhy.. will of f the people! and to'effect, their 'as.enibledat.' St. Joseph-ff.;' .this-t 11thofJanutiyl839j tm., ?
4 yar with interest Bua'lf,to be seetred by boHl 1600 do ,.northern hams, JNO. P. EMMET, Prof. Chemistry. wishes, enacted a jeW authorizing the',bolding had-cdljisa4'$ '
and mortjrjiee oo the prenisos. 2 tierces dried beef, J. A G. DAVIS Prof. Law, of a!convention tn'form and adopt a stale !iROBERT'RAYMONDREID.THOMAS .' Harry IOU e5U $0 tat. .

Mr. Jyhn Csrno-haiit is.Butliori e4.to receive NI S 1 2'ind 3 Mackerel \ and half! bbl* R. E. OR IFFITIL Prof. Medicine, constitution. (A copy of this law is subjoined BALTZELLT 9'r P.Iac"rcatbfl in jlacsoL

; pplicatioi.g, and to negotiate with parcbasoi' .as Codfish;Salmon; Shad and Herring, I J. L. CABELL.Prof. Anatomy and Surgery. laws of, LEIGH!HEAD. q9l4n'(e'eaiseirt4;:
pamphlet 1838.):Inpuruai
to the terms of tals. 'He ''WiH give al!! Mresgary bbls February 6lh. 1839- 27-tf page 'forth bl
50 floor. .
inro ,1talion, and generally attend to its.=sfTairs in LosT; 'ceof thi law, the' citizens of every I WILLIAM MARVIN, bojwsion
30 thIs butter crackers '
F1D'..Ia. .. the be: in the in ,DAVID'LEVY; verged,
150 bhN Pi ol bread, the evening of the 13th 5n t. In stage county, Territory, October, 1838, .
P ra"n. havinj bu.'jicsi .with the B iard of Directors 10 half bll'.'eet cnrlcrn-( ON 'Quincy and Chattahoochee a'pocketbook chose delegates to such convention,. which .I :JAMES D.: 'D.vWESTCOTT. 4txr _
may al%.u "4d 0 GROCERIES.300icks containing S ,
( assembled St. the 3d of
\ at Joseph' on day
. NYdrk'or aadrnLncd.LHVVIS ,
gneralents $the : considerable! amount. (
( CURTIS. ( Liverpool halt; vor of Stewart Wbaloy.to December, 1838 and continued in cession Commiifea' of the Constitutional Conven- tl3fcropz th !! ,
4c. : ,38,cak rice, ; .: S As tho contents can be,of no value to, any person '- thing equaflyauq
OIORGE GRISWOLt>. till lllh 1839. The 'liiu- tiou of Florida.
the same will mnch January .Co
20 bb> m'Uwep, k- only' myself the person finding
S N.York Per,86.1838. ,g4j ro, 'TrusUel. 10 'do' Orleans .yru20' ;', oblige the subscriber by leaving it at Chaltahooehee lion or form of Government" 'herewith -- *

iXTILi. bellOldo"to'idaYJb.Htta 'ZlIIIh..nest.t do brown safir/ .r with Reubin Scott; to Holloman Quincyor the transmitted, was adopted by thai'body with From the N.Y. koiekerb<,-ekerv *
,. .. .. ..
V V the late re.ideucetroD Ev 'en. deceased, 5 1ozr.ilavansido4, : S I Mage house, Msrianns, or by informing me al but one dissentient vote und 'a committee' '- '

in Thomunty.all(be )>erwhabe! property of said 4 bbkluaf, Jo., !i" sri ,. SI.Joseph by Utter. I suppose I lost.the.. .buk, .. in.the ted 't ; inlet :THE .OLD1'AM1J4t5lrC14OCK.fIr: the

decenaed, onnstiaK.ffcoiscbeUiJtirf kitchen furniture.st 4 do crushed: do., .tl:,!, cnn getting, la..or. out orit. WIli\LBY.: was ppoi tho'to' tnninil1wilh ii ris: riete f IiJfci'con' ', ',',LE' r'T;i :.:]jT.'S 5- 1MP! te1scP;
>ck of cattle,faorsesnud a. tags,. sjnep, pUn 17 hnlf bUs apiperiur4Jo.hei n butter, 'Tt10SJ. s'ilution' and relitl .. ., ,. :1
: oSJ
f' jt : r U st< beJe t,4.5rnJa1li
talon h) other too'*-wa/ons,and ha oi oxen .iO.boxo S t ,q &firch16ihI833.< Ibis ,meniq'ial in'b'e1ialfU'Jbe4bnpl r --
cud eart,oii !4 wVelcamd f.iddtr .nct' ', : -. : = '; S. '.. ..,..,Jbbinie t b.' iL
.e.'eoth c JU tasks lp4 ,*,. irf ,' NOTICE. f\ Florida W'Congres t D 1dJ /a-ki, in .their' r
toIt..nle 0 C bl"u.IhI4t&f DOid 1 ld'.OD'tfu, 1 oil SOLOMON,IO.k.I"romm1 : that the.ro wu a tory conoected'wira'rb: & Jd 1
- fiN, 4 IlItU'Cukpcrl. :, .< A ,few days sines)my boy name,' the* recognition 'or T c"STATt orFtoErWBndner
', C.; '.r' 'I ,50 bAxc-* Candlrt't, .tu. Ptable.a.bsy .(HORSE rather, thick. and, admission in'd'in r clock. Fancy.then, i indulgent ta.der,4lbtyou

.. ,' JCSSE j-.. i..'3LATPR,':A4mV.' 40 do" brorti ..'! ..5 "'1 heavy,built with a la>ge !nialoV! about eight .or nine r brpora: are gasiog into a aauy i'litrieireo/fij )si 4i Pl4'M P

-/10, 29.l'9'T gjlYlroRi'lhe td..'.t 10 do white scooted soap, .'., years old Tbe'iaH negro baa since) 'Ittotnl.ppbendedland ahWi*. tint Into'the tJiiionfag. aniiiI,0 '" *>*l met;") ". .rt,; of... couatr1,.' .bOUle.l ;Theol4clockuai.ndIiapqo !

"" '3.lJ.EW.A Pj! 'J :t. : SOOOjbuncbeaonieus IO'bbf.'dl't I ., ,, ,,-/ North he state of Tallahassee that lie left Florida.this Horse Any, per. tbe'co'nfeaeracy.1-. -2 1-V. I -fill" .1 1 orntnd ia thei,oUwr ssLoothtdukeJ '

BUNA m":fJ",aabs'n.atoJ1\. nbef'at, "ThomasttilStif tfee name' ,- DO paekag1 raiinsahole: 1'faDct! qur. on distance who may find such horoe and take care of him To this-statement'of the facts qpon',which JI, .pr rtaincdb; d*,*:A,:l Hghi fire-).!'.

.rCDWAIf D i .'4-NK0,'k HlW milAt.t &boirt'' t.rbozc': -. : \j -- l I etc.IAlmond" and gi" me rnfoimliW d.this pJde will be reason.abJyrewyd4,0 the people of Floridba$ ,e ibeir,claim'iote: ziug p.Q)t ba,bearjJ 'A WaUataad'-U: urkflI4

Ztywri vfatiBtfttOid ,.4tweumi.uUdorad." t Filberts i :.English!Walnut.'II' ; IH', 'tof '"c'M'1' ('Jf<'fH "D1UNSO, ." ,J recagnjp1pt* tate, und lo ,be acknowl- ia..q .uf.twbIcJItmrasra* *-, anrres

dress for a negro, and ppareUy, .!/ hum Wr. ie14flfT J..UJBER L11lC.risS.ood ., "It..U.oo .I, .t" .. .;'.JA.O.N....n; '-ttl edged-as a?member of the Union.it it 'nay be gndmote i pect eIftioB f noae {sidestd- of depredatJoM beisu W
tt '
: :
t. .w.;, rn1Jf rprcb a Iat.OI Y : hd'ied.Hh. 4'ee. ."., 4"n._n\a.YI f III ,1' drtha: >r5n 1638,the Territorial Council [o4y4ttn:9as faitOtdOUSii WDpID
hsebMitaii who brhtU. \\rJ.'rr&" Vir-' I .f.rn" (' U 'J .1.10,000 /" r- 6-PABTJ) Ett Hi-. f j '
A1et J jlIMVta' iigpeznj M' 'the ( &SIMa,\ ,,.,!! Subscribers hate entered into partneesIdt ousted s.W: fdtakInga'n1of1tbiU'4lWtttft \ th .CftrUl' lwthIiii ZfsIPSZbIP .
lor,"t S HE '
n'me '. (.tIIU, A1 "''of'ihli'' lew. t..j.jtailt' mj'r Ui .m
WILLIS, ueeUonl carpenter, of lifht 10",1" JA MseVr Iha 6nnDCI.' B :SDULb4COJaid; eamplexion and snoot .j 11'0. )"";.,.' IiJIf 'J ,TJc si .' \\ ; r ndkJ : "tf oil i
err ; runaway from Col, AtJ'Bson \r' ly.flIbf.bu1iMJM 'S'SitWi5 18a8,} a 'JI J.hDftUat.tQ9p4)Ibttstq'hrnt
rflJfo>plk4j : rttrde ','La14 twd horses ). j:M tlr.tfn 'J jl f; !IJ; IfI'Jf ; Jn\>, IfirfefeSad the ci..',, 'NjwSwSl' t fie I _4)i tiilU .':''' .adftt ;, JerupjJIHri: }wt"'m

f"M C4. I..JI''.c ff Mf"M, (iUrtU" 7a.! 2GO.Ja.40k.lt .j) tr4t' is 3bi lrsei111 -ArVattfenieblsTit. ,
lj r.4" # ,.hl1" ..tt"" so.1 J :tIfIZP .t4? Ufi." rIt'.a\t n.fI fbfttT.tdIlW&lJ lIRt dY I4 k wh1a*but.kTM ttiaMy&.Wd.. ''n.t 'J- s ..

u.. f.ifIJ.rd nt1& 't1dO'Oid4f. t tS.coo.btirk..b1Uvr" tub t ,411\11, L' P dUi> 1" rlno.lf; 1 msstk 'b(a .lib..W... "Ii., .aerl'Jt ., ct 'dJjdJID .

.. : n b v:1i.WIl\l: -'aD1\1ie w' ',. n i ''rtl)i'; ipt..td.c.u.'.$'W.1i.da .un.;" mi' \. .

'm.1i > elc n --'Jr.' 1J f.\C.\ia.u rl" IdfI.t i4tW.* '" tfCf..llit.".I ". ofWIdI iti ..' p."{ O'reitMql t thb1t1 ,) '. '
I fut5 ,
is. VarlriJf6l"W1J e 'Jf & !AiJjpI' .u n
""$ ::Io 7i":.? ,wi 'lZIt43OL&IL11LbIERS:" rsWlng" prtnptly,.giftRth'..icnat '1. aili 1i bi iseb1isd iii .' 'I., j "tVII ll _
r, lBi..rAAq! 5screi1d1kcemeitu '
!.tI I "1P jut8lf O''jti"'JHI ,.'nlt i i'It \ d" w1 : "rul J. iii' :, 1. ')oahic4UfN o __a t the.
I If: iy
.II ; ; Y "' C'Jd1mber rDtI 1Ht! Imb3tiuiflLHiS. occasional of S __
.i .m \ "t I $ T1ty Ne''l! 'J "t itr 'f'zf3 1e UT. the leap -grtadm
: .
per. h fprnIs4ftqs u J' f-,i tTi1aLtI it. N'f''r,1838.1" '
:; 4rv! olh'O uGAIIL&\'t' I r1M.f 1 .II 4.Lst5 ) : 'mi-
1 1839 :n oiL aDd bOIlH er stte

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; 0. dj, wide they neteal work, the lljr; leicrcucc our &,rcllua>: euluir.ni it .hj *;o-ervr Callteplied lv tLc alic\e ,frbtiinriit MBItfc. March 2O,, ft.iu UM mauagemcnitoft.bearual_ .' J (.pfb.

-*.III' "--:.. .*canl. Hit be lecfi that a Ale of PuUk .Land ifoqducdJbf. ,...&Ie_ejeema.tU14 offered fpclingya4 Sh\yesterday a/- clP..z: .. .. r'' i '' 3griie.- "
i. -
11 1'Me VS1J "-S1.. Asj"is thiuri.p-Cae .ww.'r-s' t"cpmaSnon bf a most extra; [H:.j Sir Mp Harvey ts eriienUj anxious !, &1 l" '

_hi,I to-_ ; th-1OthJO1iXI. > .._. J. .'fLreta erf'Fu efce'will":rise like r.wora'1-a the : ; anart-rendj; snurde. J.1Ii. I extricate krrS.tN'from ** t1e-- I ...tee." It
..t:J1IIPi:4mvs!.. a. County QevrTwUpe bdos, Mondajseat. .. axeeni. a praad wirdI i -a.1 1 m '9"bl. Mis ccdbr ,tis tkieati.1 If he pots _*. ', '.

t. ,..- ptqK" *4I h" ,ihestAtesXcftmrcoBiedcrac/ 5. ed eomroUxion 'W 'aat. was Iboton'oarTerritorr, oar whole State .
: ...'tM& dy, ned kt ast d1 S 7. TiVjacTtrtary. lla pUli:/, the i ly killed,by.tb dacharga..f a be in arms and a war must ensue. ft
; _W.-1.'I' ..sesip to has We learn that iaibnDaliiO Jtas.Wta T tnn4 el tee of thatriffcta.f. from the hacdj af $r. E. B. Communications are daily passim; be tm...
the Union C'l & TU 4 .M / tAr t..it
Bank that Nary
k4 ,. W.yw.ieta1em* Q,> isu effeeted the Composed of rvf the best material ia also a \CTJ respectable l ,cn.erehant. tweeD Gen.Scott and Sir Joba Harver. rasa vttf
... 51t Jl.; aDd. 'was eale of the reatrr j;.of ll tpreeeal critgrW BOIdSit tbeeecMriibed-, n'o corred at the residence of contents of 'whichare not known' I(a****
: etI.1I tO 4. Bat ike aim gaTe?.,*t93-!.; 4.-'flubsui .uebft e'at 9.; 71eLgiiIititre of ThrisPst Iii whose family the former beard Evening Post. spo*t 'iff

.. all bet two or 9 t., renders the aile 2 perwuis ciple,maiheir' eoortcsv: ..and Jc parties 'were i in 1afn apartrpent ffJf jnirt watw
&cat by iicrei ffiftfioo we rV bia'Wui eoce h' bl,1I their 10.,Omf..srttarrar eAt AVlA who and had buta few moments prior FROM :MAINE. atca.. Tfc>

f IM.first oosot rush I rra Hfi'T': te oar dtizuu wbo have"been wailing: drawn to the threshold may they there (rum the dinner table. From Ya-, NEW YORK, March 23d. 1839. ,acd ka3 .
: r.u..."JI.rrac diet ha %bt protect I l'L.tb :eeaft with prcat auiely. The pmcure ia the for the preeenralioa of their indp.feu .it would appear that the The Eastern advices continue to be 'of & y< p
= 1I'P"'' .U atri infirm '.ao.e7 ojerkct wbieb ban been felt tw a eoasUera 1 I. 7JU Jgriabtrt Jfimv/oe/vrr was *bot from be rear-tbe ball pacific character,the war fever having ( 'Tbe.idt
.atI. him who bleedeat* our eennaaoUy, will no..be relieved, want;e/exr C.xatry.-IJ.,1 they ever where bat in '
n behind the and lo nle.aps-.ently.
I bioed aa to the prosperity and ear,. penetra every of Ai ,e:
.;.. sd.d..'- T17 did &aid exefaaafe(which none cia be had,except at the Union. promoU :1 brain. We fobenrfrom any com Houce of AwembFy. Vfe give such ex ,1 lovai! .
_L. :. bavtveru te *mdbW a very hijb prenniin will ia a few wceka be ob- 12. hUenul Impmmrnt.- foregoing isI-the- substance tracts from the Boston papers 'as have _vDg .

: *.1 ; 1.4...tUItJt".t! Uiaoi at the bank at 2 per erot. ted the rafrty and tory of a nation. rom the inquest.Ve aad ntand, interest.
parents waste.
= 13. Tie /kw-. The Garden of i
., I About but war that Sir. Churcbill has bee. [Cormpoadent of Iba Boston Monuajr Poet. .r.*
cr care two o'clock oa Monday moraine their approtcb, their presence makes op,
,. the uow' hfe they en citizens were aroacd from thrir alamben by the this lower sphere. to bail in tEe sum of $5000. On AUGUSTA, March 16, 1839.Grim visaged and bridges
...lIe I r..tSe!{. At cry o.'firt which was ioad to proceed from R. J. VOLUNTEER TOASTS. we forbear remarking. war has smoothed !her wrinkled
..1 T 1..1.: ts.kout irieads was heard tJaeklrj'a AoeUoo room, but it vac fortunately B/ the Pn.ldeDt.-OUr Foreign a utile, of late, iot_this. quarter. The
."bdsis. widaoJIt stopping tn fire the extinguished without much damage. The fire it do Port in of 1&40.St.Marks baa shown in 1839" ( of tile interest in the Mobile I of affairs touching the N. E udUn&r? dia :sooe. 20?

Map bsiok JJ.-JltR1m 10 fight.faq. bettered to bare been cumroonicated br a box of Bbe Vice Prn Jcnt_T 'e : Chronicle is offered for alu to pule, is not altogether so fcllicott as h Deemed Tei ..
:* cI who bad contrived 'looofoeo matches;* which bad accidentally) fallen Florida.-.The exploded rotten: disposed to aid in conducting it. to be a few weeks since. Thing bowever
-Mw.PI hr pu f.rora the gen into a box of saddler/, and i ignited by the incendiary Old England-Ihe freemen or Florida M of opinion that it can be remi in Dearly* ttot. Our troops :
-It 4 f1.i. ; fUtfegd toto the hxiM (the movements of a rat, found almont suffocated the bond Robert vassalage! WI'.Q i *cora. concern. tail peaceable and undisputed po s.ssioo ; ttndrrstatkT

dd ( as I' pscvi. of despair.lo among the burnt content The usual panisbment himeshan By able Copelan.co and efficient the Aroostook cuanty while Sir John Hap hire sa the

l .lo b* eeu; And she broke for anon WM inflicted cpon Ute poor fellow. The -Let n* sustain him a* aji Delegate old Georgian of the 25th inst. vey contents himself with the occupation was n fewpf
'. tio. of ,'.ae deepest grief. crime we think ia most/ chargeable! to the "loco bird in the hand is worth two in the : following notice: the Tobique (within her Maj stv'* enqyea.tinned steam l airi;..

. ..-,)-,; d.b atagbVr breast ." '. By Judge AHen.-Tbe People of DANK OF DARIEN, ) dimension) by a military force steam parket

cc Usny* "J dear Harr)! wherein About nine clock the same morning s fire was:I trout and their noble--rol.*> justice be March 23, 1839: I about 125 men. He has also, it i U said, atcked.froaa
peace rc :lIlJt] .
.-r Oh,Clay have kjlled '. Would to aim discovered among some book and raper. in By John. c. Dural.-Tbe future arc hereby informed, that cir regiments quartered at another point countiy some
"1119"a-tir-j too. the county clerk of&ce in the nor Court Ilouie. A -who,, tne adds another Star t., the have compelled this institution to down. .-PL Y.

L"T '. The door of the old few book. were rcorcbed and paper burnt, but no C .m1ry, nay it not require the aid ) payment in Specie for the re- BY THE EASTERN MAIL

GpeII .' jumped. out; and record' destroyed a* at first reported. J to point out its position in the ; of its Notes, and the earliest mea- From the Augustt correspondence of

,. ,. Mary. waa. ;n his arms. Our city* poorly applied with the rce4i for: tion.By Green Chiirei.--Cliarlos :1 be adopted to enable it to resume, Boston Alia, we learn that the House The biif lojt,
-! .. k:45e1: herw'WorjUg patting out first- bat laearare hare bfon adopted due Representatives of Jluine bas concurred 19tii, from
-" Ae i imprinted on services for the welfare of Florida, notice will be given. In the
..-.' w/ehjb bappioesa that for the purchase of Engines and tbe necnnry *paratM gratitude of an independent people. holders of its notes are advised the resolutions as amended by the Senate.The United States
.,I7 -iioiiiijlr. .I Torgo't I rents, who began ,-and we learn the C\\y Council hare already !. By J. B. Webb. FLOaID-Tbc any sacrifice in disposing of House at first refused to recede Jaaoary
WGmr r .11w-ar iap io.ment. Theseessa1,41 made amngem for a better supply of Semutolo war will form tbe ratio upon order.S. their original resolutions,and conferees lea days oat

wei x cw in search of others ; water. We bop'.!ac Abject will not be permitted will By gain Sam admission H. Duval into, E the q.-Union.Though L. V HARRIS Cash'r. appointed on the par of both branches.The .. DI Post.

i _!* eiqsd. A few lI'fte found te slumber \\H every nece* arrangement is on Southern and threaten iu from Savannah, dated 26th inst., cooft-rees had a meeting and made

-."' o was a company of I completed to guard against and extinguish fire?. may it eer' thus confined to it* : in Augusta says-*'Mr. Mitchel, report recommending that the House.. : Mart 2$.
': who bad coaaa to remain a'l We learn a report is in circulation that oarfeUo.cit.iz.e that like Old hock though it be
&t tIP aettlaaieat. Asaoef; 1bm I Patrick Kerr, is not a naturalized side u L.yd Carllon.tcl er IA the Gov.middle.Bj Duval.. -He i S.ITS there is no fear of any loss acceptance of this report'in the House I ,Cap.

*ad, eye' before tte dead citizen of the United State*. Mr.Kerr is a candidate upon all honest men-his past .eni hod! rs, and that arrangements was a long debate. The point in "ele sailed oo
- Ip Ltibatwo Ioftnera united in fur Lieutenant-Colonel of tile 7th Regiment be cherished by tho gralefnl people of soon be made redeem them." was tlie fourth resolution of the House. received by

:. 'Ie1Iai. tin dock is aricken nine, Florida Militia, aDd '. take pleasure in stating B/ II. T.Copeland. Gen. T. -- set forth 'That to consent Iu another arbitration aad Loa
'A taaw ior to bed.' that the shore is without foundation. We the earliest renters of Florida be has in pursuance of the cs bovrrrr
9f a) yea go report elf efficient in wlrch occurred at the Walnut street
1, slat.was Hairyf other name,grandfft hare seen his certificate of naturalization dated called to fill-his every talent capacity is only Friday evening, during the repro. of the Pre dent of tbe United States so late aa
'I April 23d 18J3 six years since. Mr. Kerr baa piulity-would to God our country the magnificent specttcle of the be understood as expressing the sober second to aaaka ex
; .f *1Ksviii sain Jto 4utbl;ash ma to-morrow.* been in the United State fourteen year*, and such rnee.ByT. of the Gauge" During the thought of Maine as willing to submit tbeveforeui

: -.1t1Iosggokzsow now do tell me, I twelre jeara a resident of Florida, and we presume abc be speedily. Brown.admitted The Territory to her station of the horse in ascending the I to another arbitration. of tbeir con
i U as good a citizen aa those who hare circulated The Whig contended that the State .
r ,
.PSSsSeaSMr sUlcs of tbe Union-but not until she i missed his footing fell an.I'l
;.N.ee; it b nine o'clock.' this report. with a better CoiiitiloUou than has neck.-The noble animal we should strongly and decidedly express prominent
(Ftecaa,Sir I-I all sleep so much souoAsfK -I PablkDinnerT ,to her by the Contention at Joseph. fire hundred dollars. A few disapprobation to ihLi-to talk of '. Lord
I i By Col.J. B. Webb-TIe lone tried arbitration would sflSiira ra the
t 1Ia t.1-nI. only lead to filly
A committee of another accident occurred in
I UK citizen of TalUhawe, tendered siastic friend
of Florida
:. vettrgraftd mother you T"ng rogue'IEIaItker. :, to oar Delegate Col-mel Downing, on his sentiment, or politic, be, IliUiam i our Apo'.lo P. ortbeame pi'ce, by which more negotiation, aud they would say to pnblufeed and

A bright mile wtu on return from Washington, a public dinner, a* an or Slate will bo sure to award him h:* and Mr. Pickering were President and all others that recommended
"...ix.ue4 cottbtrnancr. She did not acknowledgement of the liijli reject, and coniid- To the above.Governor Daral made Mrs. II. we COnlli-j i such a course, tbat this State will never willingly Jovrr
iIr.k. bat I knew that my ajr-d grand.ire eration ObI*pact service in Congrew. Thc inYiI able! reply. from the eilects of the injuries submit to i.. to sac
I B/ Capt. John W. Lcvinu*.- :. Secretary.
I ..jd atkal Harrr, and his white-haired la lion was accepted, and the dinnrr took place Sentinel. --
f I on of trade-but a long pull and a .troD I has been
'c I$: ? ow otbw than tbt Mary he had lov- Wednesday,which was nomeronriy attended. ,I we will all pull tu:cther.By MONEY MARKET, &(.-Mjrch2i I act

i t a After the cloth was removed,'the following t.uU'' a Trlunletr. The TalUhanee or THE ICE Boo'D.-Our rca Although the feeling in the strict todaywas
t4 .rj weredruuk. :I Brave and Patriotic, may they long the article which generally mow buoyant than on Sa'turd.iv and Holland
------- --- III pride of Tall.b.uet. the latest a
I "S'IIB.'PLORIDIA.N. RECtt.Aft Toixrt. I By Capt HuUhins.: Gov.R. K. Ledger on the 6th in&t., giving a a further decline in stocks again ensued |
1. lit Units*.-Tim* far preserved immaculate) :I and tricJ patriot .olorida-may he of the situation and suffer which was experienced in nearly accep
', TALLAUAS8EE,, FLORIDA way it continue until the hit knelt of time hat' CalUd. man named William McDuffie description with the exception o/Vk ashing Confer
: pealed. By R. \V. While. The Fair of ditch below Bank, which closed at an improvement !
2. fr.** &.n.-We rent rale his precept of! brightest stars in the of a Moyamrnsing of Depu
..., galaxy filled with and remain folly pr cent. on Saturday's quotation. !
7 .,AftU 1889. wisdom may we profit by his virtuous example. I they always shine stcadfoftilv and h water, of the Paris
3. The PTtsHem of tlit United Slolu.-We honor w.y-Heaven bless Ibem.I hours, the thermometer ranging The bUiineos transacted was large, aad included .
H R COKCI1KE89.Hoo. the man who regardless of political calculation,. By S. S. S.bley. Xoulhtr* ". tune, from 58 down to 11 above sales of United State Bank at
U the friend of the South by a fair construction of'I TorU of our fellow cilizeiu Meixrf. was found completely embodied in been usoed
the Corstiiulion. Cbsires and other, give ample FROM3IEIcO. the of
4. Our dittimgviiJud Gw,,,the Hon. 51 Dowx- which he was dug with a pirk axe.
r. position and of Floridians to
CHARLES ability
DOWNING.TfiOSCAS I We The arrival of the schooner G. II Wetter tn cnnzn
the learn that
mail u past errieec are tbe bent security wklclicu tully this wide field Southern to hospital. Sa
BALTZELL, Eq. be afforded ef hi*future usefulness. We greet By R. II. Berr,. Martin Van : dird on Tuesday morning last. Capl. DeUille, at this port has brought advices :I parcel
S his return to the Territory aa the cheering omen of position to the Federalist and Whig i'S after havi.ig endured, with 'ruin Vera Cruz, as late as tbe 25ib nit.At I aseiCed barer
w.auth.iize and rtquenUtf to announce l' his return to WUr.i ftDD. entitle him to the support of iolhrrn fortitude and without a gioan, the that lima JtTjirs, remained without and the
I CafS.MCn4 A. Tidier cu4idte for Colonel of To tlie above sentiment Colonel Downing replied By Dr. F. S. Bcattie. General suSViings fur upwards of two change, but with the prospect of a pedy there are
Aan filT JUgMMot of Florida .Militia, in Leon in S very happy manner. lie returned his thank the brave hero-our of O.ochobee.-IIOlJr.It need no better, which pciiod. hill limbs morti termination of the war with France. eateark oa

.;"Ac. : for the high compliment bestowed oa his service, Dy Major C.country Mape. The hospitality. of his feet dropped off; and his blockade was still kept up with rigor. Very may be
..,.eD4 reqee.J to announce W. and fOr the prefers of future support. He alluded -Tlie yell and torch of the savage became a mass of putrefaction. few inhabitants remained in Yera Cruz.The know kOtU&g .
___ W.tfaftamwJyiK for ColMd of UK 7Ussaat Ieg.Zibtii to the difficulties experienced b/ a new member in meat interrupt, but can never impair himself and all who came near British Minister was daily .
,..._ ,b Leoa Coma.j. Congre?, and more particoUrl/ the Delegate from I and rood fcrlinr.- The ulranper U at a I. : died with hardly astrugle.Philadelphia from Mexico, to hold conference with I India-are pro

.. Wean r:.! ..aaJ NIIIIM to aDDClDDC3 a Territory. If bis service were satisfactory, b'l moat bouyancy to a Jiuirr of her, the M>na.luliigw of her Ledger. French Admiral, with a view, itwac supposrd of their
!r1' ." .as candidate for Lieoteoent Co- the reflection that
his best
was amply repaid by of communicating the by i
Heititzclman. Florida.
i- ?th ? .fFIeeieU Militia. B/ Capt. : recrptanre great vigoor.
agias.t exertions to sustain the interests of his constituent*I Flowrrs; a bright gem-rid her of her ron l'usTERIT'f'-On Friday Mexico, of the uTiim-Uum! France.. lemarkabU
0 Ii efveeteel te annoance were duly appreciated. To tbe charges of sectional and he will soon become a brilliant I however, was all conjecture. A British. tenor of the
-. .... a candidate for Lteu.7tb feelings in his effort to serve the people he madean CODrtellation of the Union. : Alabama switches took up to Morin Bal-I I of twelve sail were at .icri6cios.-/5. that Don
Mulberry (
4 ta -1M Recimeat Florida 11;- unequivocal salUfsctcry denial. 11.was the
1 .111.' .,. representative of the whole Territory,and of ?ptr. Major General 1 Macorib,according from 6 to 8 feet in length tbe I I'I to RJD-

*4__ Of_ and retreated to announce licnlar section-aud lo the aumcroon entroalice of and Nary Chronicle left Wa hinton nt the lowest calculations i From the Loui.ianian. the spr'ng.
PcfLsrs. lake the chief direction of aff actual sales all through the i&W OitLEin, March 23. "
\ caafrfate for Link .at Colonel his frlcnd. of the Eul: ,be bad ever replied tbat until March to : Feb. 9.
et&.*&rrtf3nt*FIe. Xlliti.,a Leon coanty.VPtsal4UNI instructed b/the people! of tho West and Middle he da, General Tailor will remain on bo less than $-t .OOO. The, We have received the fallowing bartbea 65S
t 7th or buds these 22,900 in addition to these already given in relation
rilory. The Infantry are daily eyes upon ,laden-
MHfcs>eTtt. Jw at9a] rtQa faTiCO to stBDOQOCflraaaatBallas : could never advocate any lueuurc calculitcdlo divide
...,. for Major of the 7lbaVfaaaat : the Territory.On Tampa- Upon their wiral eijlit is at certaiucd by carefully count to the late negotiation between Admiral bales sarsapa-

: ; d fletids'*1ltia, n Leon County. i the subject of a State Government be admitted the 4th Artillery arc lo Le relieved to be 2,254,007, which according Baudiu and the Mcx'can: plenipotentia- struck on the .
.X Jlacumb will prices would be consider- ries. .
Florida. General ,
.. piKes.-
aaiaSd as4 feqoestee te anaeoneerlie I than when elected be was opposed lo the
C'AIko-4-! ,ae a candidate fur 51a.FWida measure,but from tbe large majority of rotes in its better acquainted with the tale of at two to two and a half cent a I The right of trading by retail, former1 of y,.. Sim-

,. ( JIII t. Atili i. favor, considered it bb duty to acquiesce in tbe da from personal obcervalion, and we [he whole were raised on fifteen ;refused with so much obstinacy by the Mexicans & Lad been-
: able to Ijy before the President and !lactf as would be considered I it granted to the French subjects clay. and at p-
requested to announce wishes of the people and became its advocate
aaM rect of the condition of in the ordinary I The said to Su
: a. a candidi subsequent events had also induced him to become I report our at $10 an acre treaty. sum of$600,000 u George'
.. et.7tb ef Florida Mili.lajt the the the of le! f uttin's the the French 'eleven
i Regimeat its AMity advocate. TIM interests of the south i urge upon government Dece and cost I paid to government as compensation past
: "lIH -.11.- !' demanded ;it-the efforts of the Abolitionists of the of policy for closing tile .ar. We f packingfreig't and of old injuries beside die indemnity close reefed
: North required Uul I be South should add to their be successful in the adoption of his !! added, the whole would pro- ty, to French subjects who have been driven from S. S.

t YJ.1it... -. 'i iig liii.dwvlliaf of strength btbe introduction of new stales into the outthc errors of his prod cirsors iu exceed $1,0001 Who would spin from the country. These payments I about half an
r4g two mile (rom Union speedily as possible and lLal be was now. and apply the proper corrective. in a fruitless search after Guaranteed. bv 01 the English- mioi ter.go \' pieces

|Mfa|,.J..t, was attacked by personally a friend and advocate of a state government .: The Milledgevih'o Standard or opbe"* stone, and who would think Before entering upon; any negotiation, Admiral holt,,between
Sjt1OSr'. ., '1Niip/"At UM fint fir*, a ia Florida. i hilL states,that the Mail Stage going \ with a gold! mine in his estate, Baudin demanded 'full reparation ( ,,to- th*
rjfi. III UM was kiOed. a an extinple like this J the insult him Santt Anna maita-wtra..
&arilr Col. D. aBuded to the difficulties of a Delegate in. lost on the evening of the 23J iu"l, in put upon by
,I ". .*_t-8eiI J' abot M UM ana ands&i obtaining appropriations for the Terrforv. without to cross Flint River. The flat sunk, vali-ble trees were tbe property of afterwards by President Bustamente struck
'. tf r"s.- Cap i memorial,without petitions or documents show.ing .. with it,the mail, stage and hones. <$. Pottigrev, two gentlemen their relation of the skirmish at Vera .' ptziu;sc-
i *i Hit.-/1 rr.M. ip'cr,bravely del'eo1Wi. the wishes and want* of the people. lie had made liieirLouif : : estates, near Edenton N. C., in which the Admiral was accrued of the,cook*,
.. ..,.....kiDm, two of been accused of laxineep-tbu be den'nd-on any passenger elICitpi' -- loot on to Baltimore in tho care violated suspension. of arms. Tbe reparation .R. N a*

..1 .: ', rabdr back' by subject where the Interests of Florida were concern USA.-The bill rantinjtho aid to be there disposed of. They was made in a moat atufactory _; Brown an
k ." ,dpTM1; did not ed be bad never been silent; and if be bad not taken to the New Orleans and Nashville up with great care in boxes nero Having thus obtained reparation :: remainder S

JiiJ" A..w.neepti ae UM inllMiiWlf the time to write oat hut'speeches from the notes o pan has.passed both b.-anche of we should judge, about 250 tree injuries inflicted upon hinwll and his ( of ibe
[ niTfn il ri.| ''''would w. thinkrkatcaatinsiia banded him b/ the stenographer,it was bb own I ej'uUture. This measure 'III ill -Norfolk Beacon. subjects the admiral thought himself authorized ,and ODD pas-.

F-, ._ their future gt- love sad not that of tbe people. A. far bb own, ion of the road from New Orleans to to be generous in .hat.iotef'PS1ed his go of tbera were
.f i. 'l_ '. \Ipi. State Hoe.Captain demand of fathoms
Ho the 70
lateral were concerned he had a right to be IuS .. j I vernment. gave up
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21. ,
.' t car banter for a time at u far as his constituents were ,concerned he had Marylithas written to rcimhurtM-mentoflba war expense on being ;-tbe others,
-'.::-* But wkb al the THE EAST.-Tbe following item, advised by the ptenipotentiaiics of could.' Nol
not beenla Poet denim :in toto that he has
Boston Adverti
; jitHJMhli'TlrtrIHJ.U. appear, the Intfi relation to'tlie Indian War Cut. D: said the copied an offer to command the find in the Daily deplorable condition of the Mexican .. Tba targe
' It "*t" thur- the Eastern mail of to-day :
will 1w
esra unanimity parposo and concert of action between I the indemnities stipulated.in the treaty : but it
1L i ke earrUJ Sate Africa tbe FloriJian. first detachment of the litho Regi
; a the army arid militia-tbie for a time past For be paid. And finally to save the .
_ t eot the onleeslbe letters which had reached him were Mr. Editor.In your last, Quebec, reached Madavaske on of national honor from being too 'sc rel D have been
_ cUJdrtti ct the notice I i is of the Oih inst. The second
1Ibt perceive Magnolia no
.he4 not been the cue. Tbe meuurapropo- wounded, waived his privilege of signing drabwsb.; : l
__: 4 sidered suitable place for her accompanied by n party of the "
board of his and coucot
end by the bin of Mr.Beaton for the.armed occupa.Uoa treaty on ship, ,-Feb. 18.
a reward thus 1 with a field piece and a
_ rote. Why are we .'. sup shore. '
that <
Florida, through his exertions passed, the to perform ceremony on pith aa ex
_ 4 4 4eIiMiI fer ereryiSftdeVtffeiTWewoaJdW.ee Senate a&bottra:airJbrtaaatelt toe bte to.be successfully rights If our place is not worthy reached the Tuniscouata 0 f
citizens forty miles distant, on the same I S j
t-a our why are our appointed '
reached U the Hone
__ oRapreaeniative.- ,'Provincial 1 :evmtiaoes to ; :
The whole of six ban UrrtR CAKADI.
drafts and be If regiment
drafted/ we are
of the Whigs and akolitioouU effectually and the
tbe opposition
_ sal notice except when crafting i ii probably.readied the St. John in liament ban been for some days Iu, 'ie daring
i laid U ea the table 'asnoof Ibe unfinished have beta.dnU,aDd
; Ji1etria order we iutve without scarcely of the last week. There were and several spirite&di.eU'iOtl4'
tariaeta Clbe saesiea. vita other matters of later.W condilion of 1-H-r V&Jb-
d ? T blqu onocndred in reference to the
$* MYha e* f4e e/Florida: had extended fo,us, however [ regn place 'lNi-"-* s .
_ ertfl Col.D.remarked that-aw bad sioseecets Upon aria'might hover.around our place : t wo companies Provincial 1 militia. in this country. S t ]IIIO(-

_ __ 4 fObCo aaattera'eoooected with the rnlcrests of the he* l,are to be left unnoticed 'of tbe Boston Courier The Attorney General baa given 'his \owt d.J4l<'P KF f
Ttent E Bi rlWu.r U V ill the !inform' us lemn opinion that the United: *
'*tP1* < tafy. That his opiniooe Wall Important i enb !: proper person I legal wef k a*oaat I
jectf td.bcea freely eiprcascd { (bW circular*;ant. tiros slighted.! Qoerry: Ate. t BANGOR.' March '16- 1839. .! were liable, and that indemnification bsJes ., ,.
_ _.: -j -let. tlw, $v. to this at referred Ua eonsUtneata*e. vldeoeeJblt < ble. persons.for Judzes ia, ,01"200 nicu kft.this city be lawfully'demanded. : ,. .!*-JaVJlUi. ..f.

I fjastjoeadaet> is a fuarsnUe for the"fetare ;_ : MAG. ( r'thft 'Arooetook, together.with .* These debates were, --continued, \h '"L '"

_ _. : 3 ;4 bs be i tarasd M tW Delegate rr froa'FIoriJ MA1L; ,B UKPART.- -Tbe .MJH&try j! .sivres ,nd provt several" data. Mr. Robrnsoa,.offend,. -" : .f ,
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k.J CTOPraJtrf>oflWof tin 'roflowing1 aeatiniaii. JQUTh49f I Jommerce, pf,the, : '- -' amendment :ascribing -the tumbles of $) I ; 'J.t.;_ :k.ftj "., S i.
_I ,!i. TdIbeJThi a rauasot'fio t'ofGovern. pybisbef| an old British map hO t:: an.i tl'.rei. here to learn the e&, colony in port, to the incapacity'.or ''''&: .: 1t'r; .
_t.._iIIlWWt.'tlMfft.i' audio the course of'h ; ,
4 .ikt; Pp.Uak.'Jbgazau Governor-Fairfield':* Message1 npoti GJenelg; eI" d& 'ii
; ''Sv.tIftai-.c. .' fc 1 p.wsc"'ilflJ l oureaIAtr 1'eruery.. 17S3. .Harvey., )if h* !::1 ..t"UJK'tJ'rOD:'' :d wed that Sit.FruncU lies .. I / :"" .: .

'l"'d. W ts.ro l 1ULi.7 .sb pgile: iEarl, Qc.rI I I'j jumdifliion.must there not ta ft.coll .means of aTinJ Uppel'c.ulla. This r .. .' 'i .
'._ IIIII'-Ii.1J btth&g1hS w".t:tbe.JHouje;:p. l tAhIthatMain: .I: ever de.igned riJbMi mark<. caUrd forth' din of words a ttrio .Fi.t' t .
4_ 1..IIIa1iJler 1. .1i"t inhtkt* '
I4mJNrthis1tb&IJoue (, w. ;to' | fcitct8tof 'owri'piWrijr J" ..b'Ii. ., '1j. .he:
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__ :.. .i r.t .I .NkliuC blthe.tnsAt110r,17 3. b not Iup "' Ye oajber; le iMirau r t GrcU numbers (,petition* ifS btfora ; : .

Iaia.,though' cictorinci: Jr. t.1J".1 bet wet !., ,,(.rt"1m! u.led byi M .\rorirrth 1 lislature"pQwog p aittoafMf' .StB.

SBPTW MtflBjMlUI Wr''' lW JUW nf J 4Iii;w.kb'hit'tni.j1tL .at&iJ..lJ l ,NdrtJaIAD'vric: ;. W 1 tr:1 Jtai sho with houotfr, 1Ii r:' tleJ.!u fiifoeon'proi! : .'eestr rl J'fce \1. : band.. ., -rd i

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mpennlendanc*, Las ou Monday the tt\ day ./ Fraacis OaMadthidNost1i,1lI.jPoI14W J ,
'I I
would let it alo.HJthat "auld LU undergone ihoroorb repairs *auu next for the of f'Ightopsaiag. .PjtJJ' t* ," 4 ,
disposal tbe t U fl6
.C&Lt'1 which he bupproKiated. .
and Middle -
sbbuld be I now ready to reeetre and enter- "tw"' .. fiee. Florida. : fN. WKI' : "JUJUU5 y-r. illtt
.11_cI it men soi i taii.othe, *lofllh ability all who favor I ubtic"eI",to which n'QI. prirVl.cTaima' R-Tbe cditorr of pnetaeelaGasette, ,I ,KEfl PUNlmMuks'PWtar Qj, "t,
50 wlc'k d as to go 10 vnt him with may are allcd.ed wider existiar laws, wjthln ib. foils; will I ;L : .o
iDA rteD tncupatranivge.Te I phase publish the ream for 3 tees, tad sead
,oia till; one another, if.they. would onlyItos those who know him.he deems it unnecessa. I of the ,uadrnna\oncd .townships and feelittul their account I. this offiee.- I March- 21-7i'Y.. -J-__' -%.. ., lD, -ll" ....z..W.' '.
townships -
adrt alone they would die of ry to make ,promts with regard to the I to wit: AprIl 6. 18j9. .35 .*"* -I ,.. '. R iTJ '". s.1 I ft AVC1.NEER'"j. t4 ".
manner' in ,
I ,
amt1aer '
soIttk / t. Mae lin aid be; i' ct ftP :J {rlt.
ttut itf tie - M M
which House Tmf '
the & #
Jod the thrrd 'and lust things be kept To aU others he I Fractional Notice. ; J J opi tssrI c : : '
1 has towukhip four, of cleren. .L swat =: i t4.TI I call: raujfe
only to and
tbe1elYe3 that men should say jodye for yourselves, andas Township three tad I1HtRE'wifl boa Sale of Lots in the. Town of I j ..11. :
ad .t n. YOUftt If you find him, so speak of him. range twelve. fractional' township four of .L Madison, Madison County Florida,_.oa.Monday WARD &..486TIN.Uudaytoaj drdo:viibyu' i jkLE DAY-W .aN&t. ." .
11,10 go after yO'dnt women. I ISAAC I I I 2d consent. This tntteUled tmsioets of tu* con! = 'ii1ho
rawid NATHANS. April next. -
-t- ,',, : q
_SO Townships two and four and I 't
l ,
! rou1d only sta y at borne the young women Qumcy. Airil33lf| I[ five, orranre thirteen.Townkhlp fraction township- Persons who have notcom,1iedwjth: tilt terns 1 cern,.will be attended to by either of them.. ktt tIae IIipM bidJeesa' iimiv.

i !bej I1d cone after them. fi PCKNWiving in Jerierwri county---wishing -:----. of the previous n\\. are notified that their lots ou 'J, .I t. t. 4JflD.IIAYW4Rfl.IIAurrI. .. .W th4Ji dq.CApslI tMl-k'a.-
one cast of SU' a neo river and that will re-sold. l11
to leave I day be '
.n thiscouiitry.is desirous of I I : suogthtu1b* VJ81.tes
scl. -
hug hi. "errou.3S in ]I I tOW 'Ihlpl t'ln. four and fire, of range fourteen. By order of the Board. Tallahassee, tfarch 23,1839: Jot tw and tb tbti! .
number his :
stock of '
*OAr. -Ill tbe II- every The fraction of section del Irt..1Mnrt SciT5.
I roU OF"FOB. ihirlv-one cast of Snwanncc beauties will be continued at die otd staad
jt.t description and his land JOHN :. I
I Saw during recentEhitr lease for this and the next I river, in township one o"f fifteen. by the subscribers under tbe uf Hayward ft $ ...II4cI.Ey f'AJ1C1I1IWtZ.rh
of As-embly a the range I Secretary udfTresear- I I. J'U -
{oUse year. Among I 1'. : .u fL
negroes are valuable ii
member n.m d \Ir. happy arJSUbern.medB.kcr house servants, carpenter, cooks, washers some I I&c. Towinips thirteen,founern, fifteen .ixtecm,, and March 26 1039. 35uCUUKCH Austin where thu friend* and customers of the.late tS 13.- t <...JJ.i.i1t '.
ironer. fractional townships firm and the will find at aQ limes : -
of and of the land seventeen and eighteen of public a fsneralasserkoeot RarthVZ'oc.-,/
; an attempt over 100 acres are already range sixteen. I NOTICE. of and liberal terms. .C4wrotp,4tcaS1sed
planted in I foods, oa le
wPctln8 unenbcri ; and corn, and about 175 acres will be IP cotton Tow ndiips fourteen fifteen, "iJtt'en. kevcntccn THE Congregational Members of the ebyte. THOMvfS HAYWARD. 'BY drt tbe'ce."cfk .1)I .
-1OfI .p in a few t
for'I soft daT" From the samo land lie real. and nineteen Church of TalUhassee are hereby notified pJIie t
utter contempt soap. ited oijfbteen, of range seventeen. THOMAS H. AUSTIN. .F1osidsrv I.-oa cowa&li in.b ;
had aft over $300 to the hand trid otoa
last that '
? reply I *,M M The *nllcm.n whole In year, a sale of the Township fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, a meeting thenwf required immediately after Notice.' Bank .r Florida Wm.. )MOBIM for *J.-.C .
,Mr. Baker, in > one person would be preferred, but Mofeinf borneo in lb. Church )..
on I.
they eighteen, and nineteen of range eighteen. salard"1 the of \Yiliaau\\"IG. Porter, auf
for soft So.p. I be- would be divided provided the the 6th Inst. when persons indebted cnUle Benja .loaepIa o.
contempt whole is important holiness
erprelsel Jf the members of The terms will be _disposed, 01: Township fourteen; seCt;", s throa. lour, five, six, milled Ui their consideration. t' ALL ffitrjfetiry,deceased late of Leon county AileD, no Pigatifa, and Jamts:Stewart,M Onfrontt -

hays him to be sincere- mnnication addressed accommodating .Any com. eeviu, cigll ,niDc, ten,fifteen, serculecn, eighteen, I' willmab'i ioKBodtafa paynont,. and all those duct 1 have "iN Oft ansi slahI soti a1.l.atlteeD !
to A. B. By orJer of the 8e ion. ia
closely Moulicello will
his be BU'
the Hause wittiotpect countenance promptly responded lo. I nineteen twenty, twenty-one,twenty-two. twcctv.: having detaaads will present the same duly au- &. Jdod&yLbc8t.bdao 44rd

I I dare II' they ".Hllbere find conclusive Aprils, :. I scyon, tweul>-olglot, Iwcnly-ninc,thirty,thirly-onf,I II I' April ROBERT 3d, 1839.BUTLER Qcrk.Ta'lahatya :. r titeuticatcd'for settlement toPATRICK- 35 3t real estate1I.
feels ths : contempt I tliirl.twollurly.lhice, and thirty.four,in low nchip I SMITH, "',. legal hours the following ""
jdeaec that be preaten LA.W NOTICE .fifteen; sections thiee, four, five, nix, seven, eight, ftew Fancy Spring .... i Man SO. = 1MN..ndjoplaectioa tN.c d.' W.-:
for".t1lltrf. of"*P' Shtq shootcrs ure ROBERT B. HOUGH foN, 'emly of Ala. 'lime, ten, fifteen, seventeen, eighteen nineteen, T>UST received i by tlie subscribers, byiJ. latest ELECTIOll NOTiCr do d.4 O1, do 5T2. A 2. wrth:*l'd

backwood Legislature !IfARRIED. .located himself Monticcllo Juf. i QLJ arrivals bout New York sad New Orleans : '
they in those twenty twcnty.onc, twenty-cight, twenty-nine, a first 'Monday of May mat, an eketieo wm- Ulx "
fcrsoa county, Florida, for the purpose of devoting I thirty thirty-one thirty-lwo, and thiity.lhree, in general assortment English, Freuch,and American O.N'tbe beheld. .'t tho folbwinf preeioets,for IW Conuiaiof i H t25&ap. mwt_o less' ,%
Ins undivided attention to the of i Goods, Stlis! &c. I ibereoo. .
: practice hi. pro- township sixteen; section four, five, six, seven, Fancy Dry to CoI7greURA4tl'0signifying bsproseinons .
fes ipn. He will attend the Cocrtsin eight Also\ of PrwriMons and I purpose ofsh liar s>.fJelegata .U piopertyofU3dii0Citd'art
county nine seventeen, eighteen nineteen, a general atsorlment Gro Levied Bpoo a ;
'Jlh* ;
At ponlaco'aoD the 26lh all. by the Rev. Dr. of his rei-ider.ee, as well as the Superior courts of cnty-one, twcnly-cight twenty-nine, twenty thirty, ceries. GAMBLE 4RIED.. ; tboacc.ptsie0'Ttl00" _b yotet', the and to be lid saibfy raHwjttJ, ttCorfl f.to. (
of the JIII
I Sapner ,Lieut.L. w.wn.KNSONof, the U. s. Gsdsdcn, Leon, Jackwin and Mad lon, and those 1 thirty-one thirty.two, and thirty.three, in township March 30 Iii39. 34tf .word new ConsUtotlon no'L Constitution totend bo en. .w. I
Constitution S DDVAtMan .
: U.
ofihe or U'L. '
MARY STEW AUT.daugh. adjacent counties in
Georgia. He
fig eoctions
ahw seventeen four
Shir OftODto five six, feven, eight tUWANNEE SPRINGS. I > lib aeas. .
oa the Poll Book si 1tMi4'.D
of Pensacola. attend the Court op> U.S. )1
Middielon E-q. ofAppeahsinTahhahase.flEFEREICEs. nine,seventeen,eighteen,nineteen k7tb 1839.
let on..e twenty, twenty' THE proprietors of this establishment have CuL'ibert' Store SbcUPoinlWtn.: II.Walker, _

_. nine thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, in township arrangements to accommodate a Urge .Henry Dvrdeit Jss, J. Cuthberw _. NeW lafalnet Makiatf iaMT.' .

DIED. H.Gad dell Co. FJa.-Judge Jos. Mc ridr,CuI. C. eighteen, and set-lions five, hix, H"en. eight, company the ensuing summer in a comfortablemanner. St. Marts.-Beuj. Byrd P. Jt. \ .*", Amos M. -$' ; \ ., .

'l'Lul'fly'IIt. of G..lritoa of the bo weir Dupont Dr. Malone.' nevcntetn, eighteen, nineteen,twenty, Iwcnty-uine, ',Alexander. >TH 1 ibm htery a-frt
On : Jefferson Co. Fla.-Maj.Jno. Edwards, Hon. thirty, thirly-oiic and T.'RBetton. _,from" ttb: the akss-
iI\CUlliSTIAN Js'TRUCKMANN of Bneckcjr 1 thirty.Jwo, in township Batliiug IIotMTs Carriage J/i'usrs and Stables .Tallahaaee. B. Kerr W CD. Hiu'isrd' .rope. j i if
Jus. ( White.
krr,Germ..n aged37 years recently from Now nineteen, of i ango nineteen.At will be in readiness by the |>tof Jane and 'every _ _ .fI/ofTiOMdit Inoceuci&I01lsIcit.ri., t

York. TaUaluluNFla.Dr.. W. W. Waddol, Joshua the same place! in continuation commencing attention will be paid to tho comfortable accommodation Slowart.James Stsvart, John Kendrtut. u.r. _ f '
Kuowlcs Michael Led with Jas. cTciti.tbattbe1'iJo.tcesttdto ,.
T.Lorimcr.Aal ;
of tho .
on Monday, the ttoenly-fuurtfi day (/June next, fur goesti.Siiwanecti .Willis.bebec'a.Kcniuh. all kind ot fernitare -
r chicola. Fla.-W an. II. McBnde.Wclumpka the disposal if the Springs March 30. 1839 34 W manufacture I
unappropriated vacant public $ Bembrr' him W. Lee -1.t
FOR BALTIMORE. Aa! Dr.E.Burrow } as efceap ou-JIOIIIU, ,
1 E. Fclder lands \which no *' private Claims" are allodged TBUNIil LOST. Hall. I Fi .
TIFTeeIabliabmeutI'fl -
Ii THE schooner JOSEPH HANKEV Col. Henry C. Drummond.Montgomery. under existing law, as are situated within the Ii.I 4 NY person having received a Loather Folding Mickasnkie, P;riliMi-BlofeTTies.. Reynolds, -- old dcsceneti7: cp-- <
Capt Edniondon, will sail'for the Ala.-J.J. TIutchI1lIon..EEq. Robt. I limits of time undermentioued ttlet'
township and fiaction- .LTRUNKcontaining clothing, marked Wm. H. Lake G. Lamb,Arthur Barney. *to Mr: Ltdwi1h store, i
above port,on Wednesday next. For J. Tlionnglou, EM). Herbert Kemp, & Co. al lownchipn, tu wit : France,TallahasMjc Fls.consigned to P.H. Swum BlockerV Cross':.Tom Ptto Cbaire. Jpeas

freight or passage having good accommodations Mobile, Ala.-Daniel Chandler, &q.Kew South of tAe base line and cast of the mtridian. & Co. St. Marks shipped in New York on board Joshua Byrd Joseoh Dyer. where tbt'"i be hippy to.receive the public petroa- ;

app'/ to lot Captain on board,or to, Orleans.-R. L. Poweil & Co. 1 Township fourteen,except fceclionc t wcul y.three, Brig Blatirii and discharged at St. Marks, last October A. M.G ATL1N Judge ccTa. C. age. AUGUStJLEIBROLD,

BETTON& FISHER.WUbwee Athena Geo.-Gen. Edward Harden, Hon. .i. i twenty-fwur, twenty-five twenty-six, twenty-seven .ill please give notice of Mine. Any information Much 29. J8J1 3-1 "JACOB BLESS.. ;. !:

April 6, 1839. S.Clayton. thirty.four, thirty-five an(< ihlrty-bix: of rang* : respecting said trunk and contents would be For SoJc. : fltr' ;
rsnenen arc requested to take the cars for St Augusta, Gco.-James Gardener Jr. Henry S. twenty-four. : thankfully received and liberally rewarded, by applying LUABDLE tract ndconU5n5cs ap. TaUabnaee FcIt. i 'iLCTIO '

)lirk'011 Wednesday morning lOll in>t. Knee land.Chirlcston. Township one, fractanal tow'nithipn two three; to P. H.Swaim k. Co Su Marks, or toW3L1I. A wards of 1500 acres and lying. four mile. 1\ 9TICE.

-;;- NEW YOKK. 6' C.-Uobcrl W. Fort. I four, 'five, and six, townships seven and eight,fractional FRANCIS, above Mcrianna ou the Chlpola river. There are OTICE i- helPl ,ivirath.'.. eJectaon for

superior clipper! chr. FULVIA, The N. O. Bee Cliarlebton Courier. N. Y. I lowr.bhips iitno and ten, sections five, six, Tal haacel\larc' 29, 1839. 34 8EWD. about 450 acres cleared land. I will take for the N COLOlfEL"LlEDTENA\7L llPnL and
Slar Merdiauls &c Journal in Mobile will tho ,
and ,
iiTHt\ inastcr, will sail for tile nbo" the .ore the weekly insertion, and forward give seven, eight, seventeen, eighteen nineteen, twenty, 100 DOLLARS above $-0,000, payable $4000 en the first day of MAJOR of tbo Flerid MiUtisWm T"-4'' t.

the 14th inkl. For deck freight I, twenty-nine, thirty, and thirty-one, in township RANAWAY from the subscriber, at January next and 94000 in annual HwtalrucoU several precincts oo Tuesday I** otAp 1. i
their at
to Fla.
accounts Monticcllo
u, e& to tbo ".,'. on board, or lo I me eleven;that part lownklup twelve, lying cast ofSt. .l Mickasukic the 20th thereafter with interest from the first cf Jasmaiy, .T: ,following Cft _a are ap..io LSIpecWre.
rS April 6. 1839 35 ifNO sin April last aWL D. C.
KBETTON t FISHER.NOTICE. : ,I John' river, and section one and fractional negro named HUNTERbut I WO.. TitljN made oa the test pe vmenl. of said esmlmi at J". .- KnV.UocaadE.J.G. ?.
35-2. ICE. I sections t\\'o. three,eleven, twelve and in boy psea .- '
thirteen .
April Glh. -'a by the aarnooSAM JONES, and has PETER W. GAUT1ERSenior.March \ TUltnjkatt.At <
-- IX works nftcr dale, I will apply to (be Hun. I fractional township thirteen, of range twenty-fix. hire his own time 91836 -', 33 4t all tie other preeineta tboaa wr csed J C-
A.M.Gt1iniuige co the Counly Court of( Fractional townships one,two, three four, five ) a p..lo purporting last eJodiwi'of eon/ A. : ,
*%IIX week after date application will 1 be made be from a man named Brown, erf Gorjia. ,Notice. .. ia' eelar"Jl 'o ]
Leon couuty for letter of adminUlraiion on the I six,seven, eight: ,nine, and ten,ar.d fractional to wu- minute True returns or sid.eleeUon must 1Ie..w.
of Leon Court for ron cere-
Jy to the HOII. Judge County The said negro was employed last quota ofyoong men to a coa .
Uteri of id iini.tritiDn on the estate of Grl1n.mebl'J'l'lrdl&1e estate of John M. Strong, of Leon county, lately 1 ship eleven) norlli of Dunn's lake; fractional town. cu.nmcr and fall by a nan named Shannon at Apalacbkola. THE being made up there will' be a meeting to tho Governor of Ibe Tmforfl wiliia'Ut ,
deceased fur and in behalf oftlie heir and cnulu- ships twoUo, thirteen, and fifteen, and township of the halt after said election shall T bs'. l
of said county, deceased. said Said boy is aboat six feet high very- members oa Tuesday. evening at pant ; : -
ELIZABETH! CLEAVELAND.April ors of dcculed.V I. IL FRANCIS. tixlcen, of range twenty-seven. likely, speaks very quick and when spoken to. is seven o' 1ock.at the new Court House.'punctual o. vr. IWtCtI1. :,
_lpril5,18J9. 35 Cw Fractional tolI and two ELtJAlI JO 'SOi.
hips one town.bip.Illreo. _
attendance is
1839. rather inclined to stuUcr. The above reward will expected.. !
-.-- Book Binding. STRAYED, four, five,six, sewn, eizhl, nine and ten, and be given upon the return the boy to my plant.. 'HUGH T. FISHER. LEON C6UN rV couar-- i '

:subscriber having removed his establish FROM the Iou t-ctibl'r on thu .Varch, a nnr. fractional townships eleven, twelve thirteen: fourteen lion at Mkkasukie.or fifty dollars if taken up and Ilcrch3O,1839..4 33HCtoctenhofer EXPARTE > Petition for dower- : 1\I
TIn l roach mane a star in Ins fore. I fifteen,and sixteen, of range twenty iLL .
the building formerly occupied to back with saddle- Fractional townships two throe, four, five and <,said ;
the the
cad, marked on former. reasonable is grren Cof.tl filio;< pe'ilion,
do all
-Watchman Office, is now fanciful prepared and to btirlncsslibsljlc. : Iy owned by Charles Dcmillry. A liberal reward I FIX,townKhip seven,fight nine, ten, eleven) twelve. expenses nut. JOHN D. PARISIL COMMI8SION ftEBVDA1VT8. ORL&1NS., NOTICE dower ia the eatausfioh. A W If! i ':.
ksMli of Bindh in a neat, NEW
jj of thC will br given for the return of thy Poney at the thirteen, fourteen, hftcen, end fractional township March 2), 1839- 34tf dec. nod that the same.'vit) lis heard and delivered. ,
lie has on hand a I.arCe'lod Bond.Esq -- .
Barber in TttllahaKsce. B. FAYANT. I sixteen, of Iwonly-nir.o. REFr.t\ENCESU March of said rouit.. ., 1
shop rango a;next Tera .
bmqmlitv of for Blank Books, of f ,- The Mobile Patriot, and Apelaehieula sad ..'. Beiton Ic. Fwhcr -.. -k
piper every
April, 6, e39. I Fractional townships seven, fcight, nine and I Fcb21839, Sff 4t
gatf Penaeola Gaieties will give the above three wed *
rule to Period Kerr & Ktrktey
Wnplion, ; ,and ran any pattern. .
'',Muie Book, and other works done up in Offi e Southern Life /' '. If Trust C-. > I ten, lown.hips eleven! twelve, thirlom fourteen, !Iy insertions and forward their bills to this office TaHelMsseo.Messrs. I WILLIAM. M. >RAiMOLHt7
fiflt and of ,
I.jr rtjle hinding to match sells. For the fjuali17 St. Augustine, Feb. 18, 1839. ) i Fractional ell Mventeen, rang* thirty.twelve I tor .parmcnt.-_ I Molrneur.. Witlteibr.. 4-. Co. Liverpool.Jfjrrh23 Attoraer .. COe2ehIoitLuw, .
township ten, eleven. and -
of hi*work he refers to his old customer, repcrtfulljr reolvcd At a meeting that-of the Board held this day, itva> I and louitkhip, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, PBOSPECTI18 OF TiltAPALACniCOLACOVBIEB. I J I 139. 33 lyNotice. yo TaUa&a&e, Florida ,. I" j

suhc ad thor rccommeudaliuo lo iucrcaso his bu ine s.t'bijti I This company liaxing a portion of (heir tock oftbe t court of Jack. '-ci.ii
Fractional township twelve and township fifteen /nilE Apalachicola Courier will be published by A T.the ensuing term coon Jaa.9.1839. i
surrendered lo them in pursuance of an amendment i !
moderate. A shall Cur alk "
LCln ,a pril nextI apply Uluefct -
r. A. hAY WOOD.ralilitijoe. I to their: cliai tor pissed. in Fehn.ar,. 1L33, are prepared sixteen and seventeen, of range thirty-two. il Joseph Croskey.atthecily of paecliicnaFla.14euii.weoky of Dower ou the rod and personal.. ofR.bt. PAINTS, O L8. Ac. I
Township seven let ii, of range thirly-three. daring eight mouths and weekly during .
I their aM Licictd r.bhi.
to rccchc applications for stuck al w..sperm 1
April Found G, 1839. I en th. pledge of bonds and mortgages upon par approved four.Fractional tovnhip seventeen, ofrangc thirty- the oilier four ; the first number ta appear in J uo"l_Lc. of said county SUSAN deceased.BLOUNT.Maith23l83f WHITE ,'Ac-For sals.bjr*. ; ,

I uniricumU>redrcal and -er onal c.l te.held I Vpril next. -0 ''WH. FRAlIC .- .
O.f Adams tt. a few evenings since, a Black I in severally in Florida to the awur.l ol($I,00),000) I L&nds appropriated by law for the use of Kchool Tlte eminent pu.itionlo which ApalaeMeota 33 4tBrvngtat T.na1tJtWe Jaw.9 1839. A 'T3f _

Printed Silk RETICULEcontaining fine I one million lIars.1Il thoir office Ll Apalachicela. I military or other purposes, will be excluded from hu been elevated by the enterprise and inUuUry of Jail* 1 :

libra' kerchief. The owner can have the same I A loan fir a. long a period at the mortgages have I I II rale. !her merchants and the prospective rink to which I ON the 18th jaiLs negro man agwl about 2i NEGROES OIt8ALE S,

ijcalling' al this office and describing it. I t( run will be made' uix-n the flock to the I amount I! The Fales will each be kept open fur two week, -be i i. desliiMrd to arrive among her sinter cities nl eara.who says hk uaine is NED, and that: IHAVCior salo at)Maria Jacksou county ;

notice.S ofthre fifths c! its par n1oe-sa soon as (unlcia the land ure soon disposed of,) and no longer the Gulf of Mexico would lead to the supposition be belongs te Jesse Cox of Baker County, Geo. young a.groricoo* lingof wen

'IX week*after date application will be madeto mcnu can be made, and it be ascertained arrange-what ; and no private entries of land, in tlio townships ,- that the A plachicola Courier,should be conducted Tito said negro U abo.t,A fact 4 indies high, and; boys, field girl, and I Urea excellent taqpc women,'

: the Hon.JuJge of the county eonrl of Lerounty amount i ill wauled. Ouc half the amount of one so offered, will be adtnilled until the expiration with a talent and ability commensurate with tbe hss a large scar over his IcA eye. The owner ol yellow seamstress,.13 year. ,*okl,a' first rafo blacksmith ,

'Ie for letters adrniniktrilioii on the oiUlef mil.ion dollars will be apportioned to Middle, and 'Jflhe two wctLs. importance of tho town in which it is published.The said nefro'is:requested tu' come (forward prove ,&. 'tHO"'\VILW & .

Juk Wdlson, deceaoed, late of.St.RIdHAfl Mrk .one half to West Florida, and no one individual ,I Given under my hand. at the City of Wallhin:. editor must consequently feel doubtful of property. pay cbarres and take him away. Jfanh'151839.3Jsa\ *

: U. BLOU.NT. will be allowed to subscribe more than fifteen tlionKand i 1 ten, this eighth day of March A. D. 1839. 4uccci fully meeting such high expectations, and, JOS. H.S\'LVE-sTER.Jailor. Qealewa Sale.rTowa bets.. jlg
April 6. 1839. dollars of b I M. VAN 1JUUE.N vere it not for his conviction that his patrons will Quincy,Gadsden ox.Fla, March 21,'83tf. d.
rlock. t'ol"JllallJ must acconipa. I I' KN the.ISth April?atst* the Lots ia ia.lLcT**
OTfE. tiled by acertinciile of appraisal from duly ppoin- !'I Uy the President: x lenient in their censure when aware of his en. Admiaistnator Notice. .01 Gun. .ilI-.6iec wFlaJ. _T .,,

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA ) ted cominiiuiioners, and alM by evidence of title, JAS. \VIJlTCO. m, Jcavor to merit their approbation,and or the Lonely m A VINO obtained letters or admiuutratioo on I Gcnevm offer many a&ratagcst*tbe CapatilMt.
Leon *I. Coniin'uaioncr cit dic Gcucrul Laud Olfice. of b lt opiatioo.whieb can only be influenced -II.I the estate of Arcbibabi Black late of Gadsrfea .
County. J and all applications innxl be made prior to the 11 and JdrenUucrv It is sitaated at 'tk. head of- .
T lIE severe iadinpnsUinn of the Judge and day of June next. The property inu t l>oniiicum-- 'py Ms zeal (or the welfare of the Lutnan family and county,deeoased, this is to 'notify an persons Steamboat aavrgatioaia forkATChocUwluchio '

Clerk, it wible for them iiis warm desire to see the Commerce and Free Iutilutions indebted to said estate to t imssediale payment sad '
usual time appointed by law for holding of the mortgage. Address George Piild, Ca.lfkr, Every person claiming the right of preemptionto of his Country, sustained ,at home and particularly U those barri! clal u or detunds irmpty iato-lbe Cboetawhacnie'er Jt t:Bay-A,

Aid Court; now then-fore, for iho reason nl>ove Apalachicolu, Ph. any of the lands denignatcd in the above proclamation admired abroad, be would be deterred ftoui Baking oa said estate to present: tbeuJuititheIcst4ortbeywiU Set MsWt peetocll.1I at tbelaiidingoiIthd
1IaIed aDd by virtue of the tested in I the attempt. be barred of recover T .caterer.. *" *
authority me A. 51; REED.Scc'y.Tlie i*requested to prove the mime to the sati day of sale. "'*
J"*,i it ordered and directed, that the prnrent So. Life IDF. Si Trust Cu. commenced its i f.iUioi of the Rcjirter and Receivtr and make As conductor of a Press in a citII1OUMnt l% E.'S.SIU.PACD.' AdrnV. The produce of an nt aah' ',1'e6Uftfry, including

..f said court be postponed and fixed for the operations in November 1635, and has been gradually payment therefor at won at practicable alter seeing commercial! ha will deem it his duty to become pre-. &March 17, 1339. : Jack.aooand. Wa1tonceuitjc,, Florid, sod Dale .
tcond Afo.iday in April next, to which day all them vluce the oftlie eminently the champion of that bulwark of our.Da and
extending s wants community tint notice, in order that time claim may be adjudicated Notice. CoviagtOD counties Ala.. must coaccutrate at
'nils and process cow issued or to iscue, shall} b. required and the kituslion of tbo Territo. by those officers agreeably to law,in duo time lional aggrandizement and of the perpetnilf our ACKI AND intendiitf to'eoacc -tnt4t Geneva. -. .

**d returnable! as the regular tetoni day thereor.I ry would juitifj. It has been the policy oftlie Directors prior to the day appointed fur the commencement liberties, the commerce of the United States,' and JAMES force.of bis establishment in Baltf. The payments to be-dlvi J
ll I"farther ordered that public notice of tliisadJ'tmiineui so to distribute their loans and business as of the public sale and all claims not duly made whether attacked by this party or by that he will more will close lite mann'factory ia'Philadelphia, I' -the fiat'due sixty days frun the tafc .balauce .

be ri nn.A. lo aid both the agricultural find commercial inter. known and paid for prior to the date aforesaid, are never swerve frou advocating such policy as.will on or aboat the 20ih of Marcli. His' object ia making Jajioaryl'WO and..18-11., ,e. _. .

I M. GATLIN, Judge. ektoand this policy will conti.ue to govern them 1 declared by law to bu forfritod. enhance its glory cud promote its peraisneoey.Io this change is that be may 'attend 'more' par. OafaBnrecf-payment, after each paymfliVbf.comes .

-1D.MRAENY.Clerk. -_ in tiieir. future.0 !ulane..l.. ..Facilities for obtail3ngcapital I JAMES W1II7CO2UB.Coinuiukioner the flowery paths i-f Literature, in be such wit] use licularly to the manufaet'orin of his superior workto due,the lots and all .paid theaouincIdWg, *
Rail Read (Jo.April ) at the same time that create ills skill in eatel lug for the public taste manner "-
.8fcc./w 2'aUahAttee I'iry healthful of the General Land OlBec. order, (where an-orden'wiD tbankfaUy re uotea to be 6. 1839. ) competition among merchants s.nd .factor thur enabling as to induce. a healthy LODe Hi hs moral cue ccivcd, and punctually attended to. from any part For health a*d' the conreuieiiee,'will)bq left

NOTICE is hereby given that the following re pis liters always to realize al home a fair Jition, culling aud stlectisf from the exuberaot of tbe United State,) and at the'same.time fire with purchaser to'judge,:whom.i tLt, expected vII

adepUd by the Company will in all price for their product, a3brd liio beat guarantee A. LIST(letters remaining the Post Office, growth geuius, the solid, tho instructive and the that attention to the customer line wbkh bu here visit Geneva eretboy purchase,. and, where they

ivUacts be vbnervcd.Etrctft fora speedy increase of active population, and al Tallahassee,on the Jilt d. V of April, 1839 beautiful. totem cbaracterieed him. All? persous ,ladetted to will meet with entertainment :' __ .
,M llu bJIfIDI.Tho rsceiving and fur. lhe.e ficililb it will bo the object of the Company ynd not be'ore advertised, and if not liken out lie conceives that tho best security to ourrepub- his ataWialtmoDl io Philadelphia will please make HENRTA.YOUXGE: '

*artia(clerk at the upper depot will neither delf to afford. lIow far the Directors have succeed within three months will be tent to the Gere al! Post rican form of Government is to be found hi the en* payment after the 20th 39arch ia Baltimore. i -Agent for,ProprielersColumbus'Marcb .
ed in these objects they leave lie Office as dead letters. couragomenl given tu the Arts and Science*--Tal-! ; '' '
r forward the road attaining
foods received nor cotton on publicto 33. .Ut 1833. .
1t g00\ aa order from the co4locling clerk, and judge. Au office ofihi in!titulion will be soon Anderson, J. George Kenedy Theodore S. eats and ambiUon which otherwise Might 'lie.del. : Ci':1--,

'Ida order \OiU in no instance be girt until the oslablikhed at Tallahassee, where suickholdtrtf in MeA unter. James ICt udall Daniel rimenlal to the Slate are thus brought into proper THIRTYdays sOtr date, we shall apply; to Pock.et.R..kLo. .
fTtfl4is paid. Middle Florida, could recnvo: their dividends ar.d Baltiell Thomas 6 Kirkpatrick E. action and bestowed upon ennobling aad beneficial I tb'e Middle .District rf Florid, THE subscriber on rdaIa.t.I''t blaNc..'

*, transact their buxinens. The Institution has thus Ilarrioton James Kennedy,Theodore S, objects: Occupation the croat prevcntivuofcvUis (or leave.to cell! tbe. real estaU'e/ late"Jacob. Bokbet iMrrjuUu Mil! nand M'.

order.'F.. R. BETTON. Sc', i far by pursuing the policy before dnccribod been BUlb Thomas M. Kcnban Daniel thereby afforded to an illimitable population. 'and, Horgrr. STEPHEN W 8NELL. I,II Haslinyj, oa the road leading*from TalfahtsstV_**:

enabled lo divide among the sbaro holders ten percent Blair! Hugh L.CWM Both P. although in our vast unimproved <. a wide DAVtD.HOJIGER.Ginrdian I i Quiaey. It contained"or .dollars ia BM ey.

HALt FLOT8 AT PORT LEON. annum or five IlCr cent fccuiUannually and Builey J. C. I'auiiis Michael field is upon to the honest husbandman and to the ? of the infant heirs of Jacob HCM *r Uec. sod man j. valuable fs aeas noHMtf then the fbltovr"in
j ;
flln" Thursday next the I Ittt day of_the present per adherence to such business Byrd A. D. L- Kctt Edward industrious of every profemon; still 'their'measure March t 1S39 6yQ I *. .", tAi
they hope by a
meuik. will be off'red for sale on the premt- iiid requiring such securilies, as they duoni perfect Branch Litllcbury B. Lavender Utteon C. .f happiness would be'but small were'not there;. SALE OF, TOWN LOTS. I IUEIoS"iatbe JLBlatkwsBsnoU for J13Q3 ansi'some:eealf t

saas voter lets Lad ttrm..lIl' of Ike lack safe to divide this aoiounl regularly. JJrowhter Lt. 'V. II. Lamb Luke gednessof their enterprise softened by the benigaiiilusnce doe 1st'vept. 1838V'payable ,l. me. -Two. patc!

.. Iy Barr Robert L fc Trul Co.
A.u.et ef "0 feet will bft reserved ia front of the Office So. Life Ins. Burgess Jos. B. Lympkin FfiWnBcomna nvigoratcd; by the aloicitm ol science 1 C u.idt; :''U. west of and adjoining the north addition'to remembered,sad the other fcr4ft beth e.i.; ..

aiel Ws.bnt tbe wharf and water privileges will Branch .Jpalachieola! GEO.March FIELD 21,1839.Cahcr.! Augustus 3. Lynn Bryant lug Ihcke high attainments as peculiarly, conducive Tallahasnee, will, tw. J iofisrtd aVpoblie auction to oral other peles not nayreeoUected,**.'sUgcwa 1
lie with tbe lot. The company pledge tbem- So. Life lus. & Trust Co. FlaAL1 Brown Joseph B. I ,
!t*to have the road completed and io operationwiSv Currio William B. I-inbcrger John C. his columns will always be open to aid their.efficaey. a.zit.' the Capitol,in TaUahsusen 'The: aale locwssuteiM sad more u any. naa waobtt the jacket bjeao4

U"rB ,h the first day of October The lot >T trt letters remaining in the Post Oihce Curric Isaac B. Low Abraham by calling the attenti of,the. public to lire rapid at oVdoekvAi M.' The term aim" will, retanrtbe)*spa,and i'aril]ask M''qaasHofw.
'I. "old afciwoireserve, Thouiasviilc, Thomas county, Geo., on Crow Cornelius I Lancaster B. strides which are constantly making. towards will W.. fourth '.f.bspvrehae money.to" be lucy honest man hViKrctaniUtosni. ..

mk"rf** .-The purchase money to bo paid Monday morning April 1st l&39such of which as Clifford Arthur Mcintosh John M.Caldwrll their perfection. 'I paid ia caah'at tfitf thste 4t sale. one fourth'fn IO to Mr. Sibley, eSiUf if lh*PJoridian, or to, Isaac

T """' 'al WMtalmeols of I, 2,and 3 years; I.bct rhail not be ta.ktn out within tiirce mouth
{ Prswnttobe secured by a Hole .dt2IfCtOd.l1rdurNld. Let will bo sent to the General Post Office as dead Cromartie Alexander Jlygatt AlsUu 5 trd especially to the d eniinati>. of commercial tor,ead the r.maliII fbvrtb a 12 mouths' thtrVafter. .. WMs.MOoIti
.ud tit:.. to bo executed when the letters. of eakulatod ; The lots'will vary-io siza from one' lo'tc Marc1siIS33 .
Covington Tristrcin Jlf"uro* Capt. James news, and to the advocacy measures ". :,
acre C.GJ ENGLISH. i .
mfl't u made. All notes to be payable at David McKinnoa Daniel Commercial interests .
with Alderman Dell Charles L. Pc2cCli tuck ''m. L.Dcano to .advance, generally,. ''March 23 33 (4almi-IOuG -. ;oti'D
s -IiiiEe
l43 lnlm1 from day of Mle Ayr Israel or Isioacl MeLeod MurJock Isaac Minis M AlePeyster still the discussion of political subjects must,of uc;, ;
border IThs rai1hibasucs Star,St.; Mpb.Tames the r rirtao ,T* writ ;
of the board. Aims PenolopoBlsicock Mcintyre,8r.Daniel William Mclvcr A. cosoity.adJ to its Uwef'111I1C1C.lllUflNkc .it more ae. :: 'ri'- : ift
T.LBETTON. > Mallery Cln" BransonMacksyE its The editor. therefore ftels ApalachicolatSasell, wllf please.pubBsh tlie above 8e Coa1t or. !wW : '
Hardy 2
Daniel Sholman 2 Mnrytnaii Bc'ijuuin petrous. FIoruI
until of ah- and forward their
thIdaI icewMtirto .rorC'I
&' 1'. R-R.Ca Wile William he will in : M _r.q:".,
Blackout 2 3
j. Uanwy EUzabcth Mill r.Mancy li. bound to declare the position assume re. tie oeeuUThrid1aiafurpauaentWEZROATHOTEL-. i."c.\ Folsont l Ii iTaiiitI&udJvi;
35-lt. Calvin Pugh ShsdrsebParrifh that snort 'h E1Jio'Vaa Ja ilt.
Brown Ellis Hylvanua Owens Daniel W latiou thereto, U cannot be.dmUd, men 1 I have levied and
Brown Ediouud; T. AbsalomPi Edwards John A. Paths James prffcr adopting tIle opinions of others without t**. ; -. : tIIe2cf upon ilbi1..tla' "

RIM Dollars Be word* Bellamy John ice G. IL -lick James Pitkcreii Elijah king thutroubleto: .Uuuk (ar,theauelraa-,Uieuea -I cko.M., Fla. < hours I r.rpnl ..' ra'cmII

AI tr. tbe .ula.ciber'. plantaFebrua Cooper John J.CanadeyLewi. Price George IIPogh Fernald J. E. 2 Pierce Tretnous arise Iho preposterous error*, $.01111 in iohitica.; in DIf ft bosesd.o. r r..

&.J lAb 3am&.nN.&%POOt Lh. 1f\ W. Jew E. H. Folkcr Mrs. Elizabeth IticupVln.. but in the every dsy_oacurreocrsof.hi*, whid;ana, THE undeVsifncd Jiavbf takenthe 10-, therol lC'Ope i1. 'wit -r .

&a..ta Edmund, *nd .hit Clardy Thomas S. Provost L. M. Fitzgerald, for Cornel John only. dcvrM t.wIle cdyeaLejf.of tha.ephi trr i : (Icrgo andcomnudioas boarding aud. frar Weastr4. .'.".Jr. T'R.ijii., '. &' _
ebeee4l f heart CIraUaQo b Ea4 .
-1\ ,the former*h ut.40 years of .p. Carleton'John Prevost Jr. Lewi M. biith&hsI.UiicitioS which 1 ; l <> ,lbrtnosl.y toccupM : t'I" 'k.t".. .
ssaIphzI.adoaft Ryan Pucler Anderson wbickg&vsihew by' 'fletsf iFia&Bakrs1ji; | .l'aU' } Ine.1 1 .WjelM. : 1.*-.i*W] 7t
look and < .8)eqa. .
sneaks .
very JamesDabozc Pcrban M ru. Franklin.Kidlsy aJaecn1'.disiaeUaaii Coggins Freeman E. K.. Ragers Amos 8.' uarturtd } _111M1 ,
t. aUI'MMd stout made;about 5 feel Peter .DavidDoualdsoii Prater Simon UuAnels Robert the of human nature .to'-allow: feckjugs in rcsdintst t reeeiv trkvelje/a rolnj up and downs & :*** 'e.?
proneoess the eiUbrisluijeaX'beuw WestN "**" :*.
w.lair. ; thstatterliis wife Rebecca; is a jifuatod Jmm OK *
avade it.aa ardaoos
Reaves R. L. bate
bias tedMracaU; -
Hugh JUFarisb to the
Fargo Henry b'umptcr Joba .11 .I.L.L r.L--- aWf .> ..rSJiv
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Eason Elijah Ray Julm P.lSanguOctt-asllan I for.tba ttn* > 1ftrstbeftU :
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advanced whjnrchased 'I-w.-J"
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pregnancy KasonJohnFinch'Alansju: or O ',Su U 3 ** hCaary4xlis ,
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,,j1a..thcsenegroe. I from Mr. Beaj Cir mIjM4Cp UaKe to say lo ,.., 'i1tX.
; G.FaircloUi John Hooker, e".. :S&uiLld4.'R.Hootk soother-aevatUasitas,sad aJlboejh Uaasypresaaiptirt appal .J"'f._
Coutallo 43 # "
'- '-.r kUatPWarr. LC8eern. :* FarclotliSelWra: John'Stddly Uabml 1 Smith J. B. 3 ,i t wifl'be hk'sJA -.M.crs 'iddlevurac J'. J 1 ,*i < athtta1hoitcqwnrhj T
14 it.xi1vad1l.iTaterreburg. v 2. for Hludly\l>r* ..as-tla.A'. 1tth.14 iiuf.'"11 t ir; 4e : 7 1.ftf .
Joshua Hunter A. J. Miration Thorn .01- .
lceIL: ce .bar1 y "ani.! .. f Godwin 'WylsyCnhsoti James P. wi Hunter It. R. SajM Mary laluatMut,iHs M*ka hcves by buuornj the daagerum i.'s. :rW artin5-jb sia ss i.wUJ; :be] P."ct..k' p: "I It .. 'Jii-l.i.

'a.ri'.1,..tabu-.a" plaeed in J ail Dr. David IX Sheffield Mr. Mary f f. "aosm ond D.N'Yut.Al 1cl" ; .. .of party (leiisf,his soJrUcal"erte*I'. cacidgoo .t.tiu\ -:- ;

u a.. IWwu. /fired the Jail asidkILZW CoJ.'Mu WHumphries .'. Si ingIetary lUisi' MsrgmL.? H ; '.'". .' beig antn..r'1e.k "Eu fltnrJtr"' A4 'd&k.'Iare.'Wtt d- l L D! L O W..f U
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M' Uettnr Smith HUliter'n.ln :"Taylor liiabcd'' utdity a1'&nOt i -i
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House ins Thompson wotlesss4ILPAb
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1't" .' : 7 i 1't 'J".1 i 1iTiSS tw -* t &'t' "" fI tf',1I said eouhty % t4fc H "
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ud...Ih.J611.o&IMAd M4p.ui .' I .. Beard ondCharlw aCb_.'\r.100. aho DtbUirtfiommepdj: the 'skilful& physician,' ,bt I. 'JOS. :M. WHITE three times si weekbetween i aWe, -W1. U.promptly*sd.*{ ti" ._
.. u ut.etI\i "'Ilatt In ineor.O B'li-ren,,' mebtz94) .eo-s fAt -- who pre r dl bit medicines! from bert Witness ,Dec 8ih.1833.DB Exeeur ogusta and Mo .;'gofcjr'westward,' i it pastel R& ia eUJf iJ.it

UwlfUeribefB to tbe. Uei9nB.uk; vf 'lofi .'*, Iridint uftoW tk* I 16000. &-. (, ', ap..nlh.. *.*. ., '> F. 8. BKATTIE through QlneyMo.dayr,' Wednesdays ind Fridays .Reisrd'J hrvEiq.JaJ,8h
'* *-Md *aiidatyIe'ufIJestd &. I ISioren. ikilfui and reaches P.naaeoltSIrmik! In 40 bows c..Le .
L" 4 V.3. TM nhysklaa shall lift up bi head; his Pror..ioDal1.ertiC'p' to tht cUi ; : I" .
,. .1.so hU 1uth..> e or d t.riJ.&U J '. and in the sight of the great men he shill be in ad. OFFERS and the adjoininz country. or Mobile 300 miles in 50 boon l'rmf f rtb ward htesan., W1n. Dasoo&Ca1Coe&Cd'&.1'JU" '

Cou"G4t.<9 tU I u>/, r FIon'd, TblL THE Defendants all others are hereby attach no- miration. Hit office is on Adam Street.comer of Clinton,opposite it passes through CLuincy Snadsyt,. Tuesdays do. -... ThstrjPfrskco.

ay stockholder: wbo has heretofore or rosy of the.jgititntiofloftIiii( mil by V4. For he batb prepared medieiaea out of the residence. D..WwteoU, Jr. Esq. and Fridays, and reach Jtfaeen, 179 miles i fo 36lours. 'nomalUrit..tt&LJqr.e ttJtl
a 'r obtaiD 10aa .unth.pkd e oC stock t11t,'and are required f. appettandplead to tbe theberbs cf the drill, .and. be thaI It wise will,net TallahaMee.JalT6th.l838.. 48-tf .'_ The speed is greater by tO miles a day, ,' .) btd-Hon.
.c0t4l plit A7i u.. iwetty-iitth iLIen'of & oQ as the,-law directs. bhof them. ,; : .- than it baa been heretofore on'toe liae Bd F.JqI". .J

.jfkVft WV.WBfetVM. '* it.it ssws)'a. -lUIm.en".haU De-t WM. M. RANDOLPH' Moffat' Vegetable Life"Medicines possess1 qualities DENTISTRY.. The horses are thr best possible. QIrOtID'WabNwI 9 I'
'renew orpay up rtoek/toote.. for lhesfof 1 Alt'y for pPtfT. i of the moat mild and beneficial nature.; They THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens Tb. drivers, steady and rtentive. I Office adjoining tbat.of: A."Th. !'W-

-daVtaAw'tlw _m* shall.baV. beca ..due. Marrh,_- 11. 1839 .- 33tfJUcarJter are composed of,article.the::most.anti-purescent. Floiida, and others, thai .be.. baa The Coaches good and comfortable. March'9 183t ." : : ':: t'\
.h&veobt1Ibi f-ur.ilrJ to the bu k, ,Lime, and Hair. combined with ingrdienL4knownas. the'only eertaia permanently located himself Tallahassee, for the Tbe Le Roy from Le Grange to,l'eD. i -.. "' ... .

,D; s*..iufu thai nay bo rwaived from the -.TkllESubscribera. have constantly on band a antidote for fever of every description. When practice of Dental Surgery. ,ifs practice will ex in fine'order. .. -FIes&GardeRTUST -
Uraraofahall accrue and be. .added to thepvoriUofthebink. tl .complete,assortment of LEATHER, sellable: the disease is produced either from'cold;'obstruction lend to the adjoining counties of Gadsdan,Jefferson, Tb Champion It running regular connection received;i fresh k4 ofU o. '.

for Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Top., Boo's and bad.air, swampy and camp situations, (r putrid and Thorns., Georgia. between Pensacola end Modi Ie. The stage fare eo warranted- 'of iheTallabaaneo 'ct'1ft1 134by
8ic.t. Be it further enaftca, That it shall be Shoes. &e. Also a constant supply of LIME, and rniismi weather malignant .epidemic, or by Office at the City Hotel. the line is very much reduced. There a daily 5- E'BAJU'
I .duty of lh.bQArd rf,- ctora, when any share HAIR, for Plastering: .fit' of which, thev. DfT>r other causes, these medicines are certain in their. W. CROSS Dentist. line of four horse post coatbta, besweea Cbattabevchue rath JPec.lgg.' 'Ds.
bo/orfeited'a- ki>ims.Jd.to proceed to sell the low f.r.cash,'or In'exchange (or hides at I heir Tan operation)or.effect*. 1'11e11are possessed of peculiar R'ptamh,2th,18f8 8-tf and T,Uaha* ee. ,DISSOLUTION.coneerno .
al abliot.uli-y toh iirhst bidder before tbc N Yard. BROWN &GALBRAITH. qualities, which, not only.expel alldi easebul Office at Brown'a td Tallahassee. I tlDBE / D. miUaots & c.
the or'tal1&hueee.after T8nnh"m Am Hlb, 18.18. I..f at the time redore and the Passengers wiil please b4r _
log hou in city name invigorate system. HUNDRED OUNCES French particular to enquirfor 41.UohafirjiJji.d-ydjs itedfcrir|
\ HId in Tallahassee vf the lime and place of p1IsTFREM- 7' IUM diffuse themselves like vapor through every and, a general assortment of French ana Agent dumcv notice,*srne tfyio! call.d1
and the purchaser shall within ten day Cabinet Chair &Sofa Maker pore producing 1 effects at once delightful,salutary English Morrlaine.Chemicals. Twelre Mahogany Medicine March" 1,1833 Otf ed (o the late firm ,
execute to the bsnk tho bond*'and mortf sjs n i>nd permanent When the artark of life begins to of TO RENT- circunuUncts a'r".tjed1.ulA
Medicines ,
from Columbus Cheats, and a large.upply Drags,. -a1 :
m ry'1. eon'kUlatA; him a ttvekhulder; and. OfNcw.York! GeorgiaRESPECTFULLY grow dim, the circulation languid, and 'the faculties PerfUmery, &c. Ac. For sale by Plantation at Shell Point One or the other ol the subs-niters' w': _

t I s t>jecjiAolhaM>mc rules.let..lfttiona..d t. I inform parallzed; these medicines are found lo give 'a tone WADDEL, RANDOLPH, 4LEWIS. THE occupied by Mr. A. present arMonllceno/for die 'or ".
$lion*;and be entitled to the same rights ._-4 the citizens of Tallahnwee, to the nerves, tI hl1ira'. the animal spirits,invigorate MAT 19 41 .111; Forrester is offered for rent the tD.u. the affairs of the <:; .t'.
aDd of the Territory of Flo the and rtanimitfl the wbule concern.DARIUS

! and atu immnnitics holder : provided as ant, that guaranteed the ele and to an forf'ii;. _________________ride, generally% ,.thai he has The Life body Medieir.es, have also been'n man.ed with BOOT & SIlO MANUFACTORY.HE her ing year.information.Forierma,apply and to further in. JOHN A.CRA1.1Montjcefl WILLUVjfit

of shares shill not operate divert the bank of. m i U Ptrtnanenilv located l lain s,::1f the moot hippy success in Nervous and Dyspeptic subscribe respectfully informs R. H. BERRY ,. Dee.18, 1838., ,_ .. .
lien which it have had en the pro-pcrtyof ft h N In the Cir r Tallahassee, diseases, Consumption, Arthoia. Liver Complaint w" the citizens of Talla 20.fIN ., ,\,
may b AGtNC
: '.defaulting rlockholder but the same shall lfl .,. .. for the ptirpose e of inanufac Rbeunuiism (chronic and inflammatory) Drop hasee and vicinity, that he has: AT W ASHINGTO
k '.I bound for the debt he m..we -- turin CABINET WARE. sies 3c. &.c. commenced fie manufacturing nf CHANCERY. F NCI8 A'DICK ENS, (Ule tmyeci'ii7gton
: bank whether security endorser or, surety, in all) its branches,, and as For fall particulars, the realer i. invited to call Boots and Shoes in this city, in Joseph 1'!. White & John D. Edwards, Executors haYing h .i,ned be appoFaunettyi:

the same shall have payer bot-n ra1lYllati.fi ( the public that it will be to tloir'lIdnntae at Mr. Moffat'a office, 367 Broadway, and receive a the buildinc immediately opposite the store o( of E. While, deceased bv.him tor several.years in the Treasury tadUb
: JOHN PARKH1LL, Cashier. by gh'ingorders here instead of importing work copy of the Good Samaritan, vul1i bcd gratuitousy Finch & Cook, on Munroe at., where he isprepar vs. Departments,baa uaderukea ihe Acttky ofQss
March 14. 1839. 3i torn tho north, as the stjle and workmii.ship will cdio manufacture all articles: in liz line bnsiiuss, James L. Parish Administrator of Thomas before CoD're. and_other branches of tfeektHh,
not be excelled by any in the United Stale The following letters are lately lec'et from avery he ha good workmen in his employ, and will war Delphy deceased. ment, including eommissioMrs under tmuavarf
HOUCK'S.PANACEA. These wlioare in wautof furniture will do well. large number which Mr. MofTkt has lately received rani his work to be done in tho best manner, and at In the Saperhr Court of the Middle District of the.various public .offices., _He ,will ,attoJk
& 'FItEIH supply! of the above valuable reasonable Florida. JelTersmi County Nov bt-r Term I 838. all pre-emption claims tlie L
not to order fiom the north, as the subscriber will from different parts of the United States. prices.Bootafootedand. procuring 01 ,
.t1L cine just received. For sale by be able to supply all demands upon tho shorten notie. If r. Moffat-Dear Sir ; U is with sincere pleasure other repairing done on accommcdating fJj,HE subscriber having been appointed Auditor tents for public lands claims. for_horses I la* j i!
STEVALtT&BMt4ID. JL and Receiver in he above case/lo collect and the service r-f the United Sta-es
.. that I venture to nddrcss 3 on, to trunk for terms. property JtaW
g _May 85 4* Rrfcren'es.-Gov Call.R J. Hsckley.E. Lock- Ihe benefit I have mceived frvm your medicines iron FREDERIC FILER, lecetve all pa|>ers, vouchers, and eflcctsof the es. i ed, invalid, revolutionary and nifpijioM 1'

: Carriage Harness.Jttalti ffICTTflEsubsriberliavjnceBtagrdibe .rmanx., Hayward, \V H. Br de; Capt. Brown, My complaint wa sail rheum, for which I ha ve tried April 28. 163' 3*tfEL..IO'.I"S tate of Thomas Delphy deceased,and toscitlesaidestate claims for nev0utionaryscryice! _,whether fore*
sn L. AMon, Col. H. W. Braden Wm. Lester. CaptLi nt'arllall the meJHnes which were advertisedin according to '.ow. hereby gives nu.ice to all mutation half pay,or bounty land, as weJffi
& 1 r. of a skillful! Carriage and UarntKs Maker,( 'anu a. the newspapers. however; received no relief COIl CURE. persons to whom the said Thomas Delf.hy,deceased, against !the state Virginia aa the UaitaaVfta
: the NortW begs lea inform ISIs ''huds and .- from any of them.. Since I was shown Good B R. ELLI:JTS PLASTER has been us,1 with is indebted cny mannei "whatsoever to render to all claliiu! growing out contracts with.t *,.
public that alf orders for repaIrs tut shall LAW NOTICE. Samaritan which induced me to your medicine uncommon success : And wherever it has him,without delay, their demands dnly attested according ernment. or'damages sustained ,in eoovimMthe (
; I lualljr end ne-itly rxernted. '.T..M. RANDOLPh, ATTORNEY When I applied to legs try raid your been introduced, has superseded the use of other : to law; and all persons indebted to the same action or conduct the) gorernmeat 5-r-f.ud.
''yo 1sT LAW will the you my arms were so remedies for the cure of orn.. deed business before
all Courts
practice ,
.adden" Work Done. in bad that looked like will make payment immediately order to enable any Cengress erw
beef and
i E. .CLA1KTanahuaet" Middle Florida, and will attend to such business with they but after raw 85 were box corerei A few applications will entirely remove the larg the subscriber to aottle the said estate aa soon as offices which may reqainthe aid of lami. ''
May 5 183A.39lf may be enl rusted to his care. Office in the build scars taking a cent of cst c/rns, and prevent further pain. possible. WM. BUDD. torney. *-4<
your pills,the dead skin began to scale off, and so Puce 50 cents box with) directions for
ing foimerly occupied by Call and Walker. per use. His charges will be moderate
Monticello. 15th Dec.. 1838. rferwaamfi
t FVltNITUI"E. 4th continued un'il was entirely eure-l. It is now For Sale in Tallahassee at the Drug Store of tbe'
October 1637. 13-tf amount of the claim and tbe iL
UREJ OX, Tables,Mabogonj and Can s four months since I was cured and I have had norstnrnoftheeomplaia' WADDEL, R\NDOLPH & LEWIS. DR. A BX. RANDOLPH vices. extent of vft.

B Chairs Bid t. adFr, single and double F CHINA & GLASS WARE I have recommended vour Mir 18 h. 1838. 41-tf HAVING located himseirin Tallahassee of. Ma. DICXXVSIS knowa
Mattfl.utI .t; For.ale blI RENCH China, Tea and Dinner .tls., Wine medicine to several poisons and advje all afflict professional services to the public. been to most of those wtel*
.I W. H. FRANCIS. &r. For silo, hy 'V. II. FRAN CIS. ed with the salt rheum tu try it. Re-pec'.fully, Notice.IIESnbsrriler He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran ia CongreM within the lost few years,srtfc
',.f Tal."uaee 9 I H3*. 23 fwiiTh11S Tallal a ee Jan I?. 1M8. 23tf yoarob't servant, M. CLEOVEP, having erected a STEAM dolph, on Monroe Street. have occupied any p biie ftaionat' VVasrtj, |SJs.
MILL at his place, two and a half miles East, of All!! letters man be rostpaid' ft: ;
: JEWELRY, Books, Stationary, Ac 13th st. between 5th and Jackson Avenues.LwrenceN. .Tallahassee. will be rcadyat all Limn to supply May '6 42Charles Reerenees.-G"v.R.K.CalI!! Gov.Wisival .

.: PIA.TEDV'ARE. &c. tC. I'1HE subscriber offers on tbe n.asi reasonable Y. Mav 23. with Lumber and Meal those who may favor him I S. Sibley Gc JoHa P. Duval,Maj.Jessie 11.As'ril9Q.i91. .
Mr. I". ,with
.' .L terms a general assortment of Books and 8 La. troubled the with arplication. JOHN G. GAMBLE. rt:
u. 8. middle oinplo _
has lioiiarya great portion whi<-h was purchased for piles f>r several years. I appli-d ro the most eminent Neharr.aih'a' June 23,1838. 46tfU Attorney Dtatriet .
on his professional services as Attorney N E vY ,GOODS
physicians without relief.! A f.Und of mine
andean! be sold *New York retail prices. OFFERS
: assortment of Mr. Clarke who had received NO FlUE.LI lIor., Law, in the collection or OTHE snlseriber baa received
A liberal discount will be made to lbo e pnrcha great relief from 1 just a rse|.
& will
I As for Schools or Libraries. them, recommended me to use your Life P Ils.- subscriber informs his friends and the rnbUL -. debts 4c.in Middle Florida. He will attend all I er Tusca villa,brig Stalin and Nimrod.. fnit&

Herm supplies nloa duiinp I lar Piano Forte music, a 'large assortment; em racing Though \ was suffering very severely with; | them at < Ii,, th,it he has purchased: the entire stock in the Courts in the Middle District. j York,a fall supply of Groceries,..Provi e
: I of Winds more thin a thousand piere, Bibles from I u the time, 1 experienced relief in 48 hours, and in H trade of Dot AL & HUTCHIXS, and the business win Office in Monroe Streetin the building formerly Good*, Hardware.Bafging,Rope,Crocktrnc
cells! ,'erlow. JI 15 dollar. Henry's Commentaries cUIplttf'15 few weeks wax wit troubled with them at all and I hereafter be condoned in his own name in 1h same occupied by Wm. Wilson, as a Book Store.T I and Shoes, Clothing.Drags Paint,OH,IiatW

the public that bo has in his employ the I ,, Claik's commentaries on the New Tcs have been (n*. from distress ever since and have tore occupied by them. He retains his thai.ks to "llahas>ee2lh. May 11838. 40-1 f Nails,'\e.4u., which are offered for: mle-eajasi

.awures I wat-h repairers, and he pledges himself that I !.?, 4,",Sco.t. do. 10 0'). fiksprarr works great pleasure in recommending them to those af. the public fcr the liberal encouragement he has ref NEW DRUG STOKE. liberal terms.: 1 lantera and.coantrj Mtrtbuti
, i work eutiasted tl his eale shall r.e dune < 3.00. and other s'anldtd wurks equally' lo". flicted in a similar manner. lived, and be soliciles a continuance of the same. THE vnb'cribers have formed a co-partnersh requested to call; and examine: for tbensalvstji

; 1 aol in the -st manner. FREDERICK % ., Acurdionsand music boxes, gold' and silver Respectfully JOSEPH E. $STEAUN He has on hand and wi'J l continue to keep a get era in tbe ['rug business, under the firm ot L.A. MADD 1
January 14-.if ., letter and cap pnncr at 2,00 the half ream. New York. April, ISA ass rtment of such goods as are necessary for the Wnddel,'Randolph,.A Lewis. SL )hrk.October 2Zd. 1838. .
* W. Dr. Moffrt-Sir: Since your Lire Medicines have town and country trnde. He invius a1J! those who .1ftOTICE
"WILSON. They have jnsi reieived.od now offer for sale,
: D44VIuS.WALKER, Jan 19 1819 been introduced in this neighborhood the have have outstanding accounts previous to 1313, to eel .
S4tf one door none: of Mr Dirge's clothing establish
ILL claim
: persona holding *.against ibs e&t
and settle the the
ATTORNEYATLA TV. 4.C. dene wonders. I will merely state' a fflw ess .- same. fiom country will
i ment, on Monroe street. a geneaal assortment of of Wm..Watson dec.
ACADEMY. The wife of nei hHor Mr. Cornclim be punctually a.tended to, and goods furnished at requested IBBBBB]
1 Ro
, $ WILL practice in tho Courts of the Middle my FREi-H DRUGS, MEDICINES, POINTS, ttd them ..1 shall
of this Institution have the lowest market : Wilboutdelal. piwiestto my
TilE'Tra..t..es again who was supposed 10 be in the decline for the hat price.
of Florida. H.office is the first room to the OIL together with a variety of Perfumery and
Term '
the 'I
services of Mr. Scott The lii'hcsl for all kinds .fpfil : I&39.Jack. ...
as Prin two yearsa'fier taking two bouleaof the Phoenix prices given ofconnlryproluce. V
vorJ. B. ButlssWreinTallahaueewhere ho fancy aaticles (nr'he toilet
:11 of the male department. The female ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. Court for a final settlement .and ak fae.
HI depart. Bitters and one bnx of the L'fe PUN, she had
says .111 oiders from and
found. icians.Planters
always be will 1 be I'I'I Tallahassee 83 1833. 38-tf country charge from the farther administration .pfealale.
organized under Miss Price of the I her health entirely restored.iflr. April merchants, will be thankfully received and faithfully -
UALLIGHAN'S VEGETABLE (N. Y.) Female Seminary and Milo B. Ro..l t'oor I THOMAS M. WlIJTESa..ri
as Principal my next neighbor LESLIE A. THOMPSON. :allended to li-if
FEVER AND AGUEPILLS, .. Smith of the High School <>f Pawluxel (H. was laid op with inflammatory rheumatism,by taking 1 ATTOR.VKY 8f COUNSELLOR LAW W. W. WADPEL. and Adm'r Ea .Ij
certain and lasting cure 'for this duea?. ) Asrutant. These ladies have the highant te li- two bottle' of the Bitters and one 25 rent box I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.HAVING ; J.H.RANDOLPH. _8ePM,1838. :441
A .
sale by !. as to ,choUmhip, &e. All branches usually af the Pills, told me he was as well ftS he ever was resun.ed the pratt ceof his prnfeiMOi B. C. LEWIS. In Leon Svpcrior-Courtt-Middle I

I WADDEL. RANDOLPH LEWIS. : in the be04t Male! and Female Semimries of ond told Agentlem in in my More who was afflicted, I his: prompt attention to any business J3LJLNKS.AG of Florida.-Nov. TERM, 1538Thora ;:

1 Tallahassee. April 14, 1838. 36 country will be taught in their rt"peetii.'de- that as joon as he would take the Pills and Bitter, entrusted to his charge, in the Superior Courts of tlM.ddle a. PORTRAIT P PAINTING. *. The Trustees having with care Bclett- jUft so oon he would be a well man. ; District Florida, and in the Court of Appeats. I <.d paper. for sale nl this Office. vs. I

i -R. P. COPMAN intends locate himself ob'e'! Teaeliers, do cordially reeomiift-nd the In- Also, Mrs. Hordii wile of John Hordo, was two Jiisii 1 <*es Executions, Blank Deeds, C. C. Wiiriamo: Job*Latnfasnaaet al.J.1
to all desirous of educating their child years since taken .ick. and o'tcn had fit*, and I. lit Office the south side of
en on Washington
J.'' this city during the Fill and Winter, a Square. Sirnmoi'S, Bills of Sale, Dd .odants. n.
w.rd.. The the n e of one of$her aim*. In nix weeks after taking V
health and > -
pleasant location of Feb. 17. 1838 2RALL ..
l hopes that ihoaa who may wish to obtain his } Pills and Bitters she h. na.ft' mt.y'. Declaration, I N the order *paWleaiibn made in
k ces will call immediaielf at hi*. room, over render it a deoirabjo: rrlrcnt during : yrar so far recovered per HOD i having ciJicru agllin.t the estate Warrants, Rco.iizances.'I'HOItIiUI4N'S case-the name of John Laudamaw,.Wfa'efcndar.U -
thai al..llas been vii
II Aeadrmy, where they nny also see' specimens I'c. sumner moulha for faoiilies from Florida and I bors. on a 0 ono of her neigh I. G. Wikoffdecd.are hereby notified to &e. &'. &.c. Ac. therein ha ring been aerideataliyaV

h'rs paintings.Tollahasnee ( leN favored pMrU of Georgia. Board may be prudent their account, as I shall within six montli GARDEN SEEDS. ted, and it appearing tbe kotisfaetioa oft
As for I have been in bid
myel1' health for 27
;4 Nov. 17, 8'8. 15 puthc or | rivata familisc <>n reason. from ate apply to the couuty court for a flml dis- Court that be ia not an inhabitant o(tbi T
. UT.II. The school will be opened on the tat years, and though lam not now in perfect b'alth, char d. HENRY: BOND. it)ARDEN, G r".. Clover and Flower seeds ol ry, but lives in the State of . d ..
COTTON BROKERAGI still I am in better than I have b.- for of 1838.
1839. en ten years \U'the growth
It is therefore
J 12, I 183i>. 236m 1 ordered that amid dermai.rd
And Commission Merchant. TERMS OF TUITION AS FOLLOWS: past,which 1 believe I be the consequence of taking ge. Also small lot of Danlia, Hyacynth. Tulip, appear and arswer the ,CompIainanfs bim
;I HK subscriber would inform his friends Reading and Spelling, per term f24 your Pills and Bitters. The above is a true KIUKMAN; 8ERNATHY.4UAN. \.\. Peonia,Crocus and Tube ro e roots and un .soitn cording to law,er the same will be'takra fire*
'r:: the public in t'erallh"t he haA.-nmln (. $10 00 statement of a few of the rainya'es which have commission merchants enl Flower Pot for sale by teased ; and that a 'copy of tb order be pmJwawfoithwitb
the bustnem of Cotton' 8ti&erand Writing and Arithmetic 12 60 come under my observation. You are at libel ty lo BUD Orhant. WADDEL, RANDOLPH LEWIS. in some new'paperpubli.hed I. Asif
i\ jberchaat, ia the Ciit of New Y.k,'.nd is Geography ,. 15 00English publish iLU letter, and rrfrrrnre can be had to me, Refer to R.K. Cal, and Henry Bond. Feb 2 18.19. 26tf of T.illrtbasse, for foar'montha. iiuccessively
Postmaster at Clavcrrouk, Coluuibu Co. N. Y.Wl'h Jnn. 17 1839. 241 Ir I '
i repa-ed to rereive Cotton, Andoth.r prodnce intrndad Grammar History, Philoso., FORTY DOLLARS REWARD. By oidirofhi.Hono \
.. lerthts market which he will dispose of' Chemistry, Rheu>ric, &. 16 00 respect, I I THOMAS :
aa4 flatters himself (hat from lon J. A. VAN VALKENBURGH. AWAY from my plantation about two
.: Mstheuiatics and Dead Langu.-gea 25 00 I I RAN Teste. R.G. WELL ID R.4SDALLJJ1
I x rqaainUi in the Northern and utlnrn Fr.nch 25 New York, A.rill,183S. 1L negro fellow NED about 31| I Ta..ha..ee. November
$.ets. be a'lall be enabled .give tatiafaction to. Do. with other studies 00 Mr. W. Moffat-Sir j I have been am cud wilh! year of age,near six feet high short black wh takers. I.
I 12 00 tbe fever and about three aid inclines to limp bat in hi. TAKEN UP :
some aIJL
* aa may fe-'lJUpoaed to patronise him, not only Drawing and Painting, ague month*,and used a It is
4t the sat.ofihfirj> ,) ut,t:the investment LCMJIIS the Piano extra Forte 12 00 good deal quinine, which did me no good but I prbable! be will make for Columbia,S. C. IJ7 A small bay HO>SE sappoaed U be Sold to*
any part of the proceeds, they may brHer or upon order of tho 25 00 still grew weaker and waker until was recommend Tue above reward will be paid for his delivery, tome no particular mark ; the owner can karate
By Trustees
JUSTINIAN. f. DAVIS, )d to try ynor Life Pills and Phcenix Biturs, six mile from Tallahassee, if taken out of the by applying the Overseer oo my pJantaUsBd
r o.G0Water3tre.t,, EDWARD REMINGTON Sec'y and after'taking Iwo box,'. and two bolt'e. of bitters Co-partnenhlp. Territory ; and $20 taken within the To rrilor,. paying for this advettisemeaL _

::1 I New Yurk.arsazucra. Jan. .5. V>38-22if ,! am very thankful to it.form yon and the public : 31. Bryant & Charles Nultz, WM. TUADEWELL. THOS. B.WI..

IHEHCBYforwaro nil persons from irsdia- at 'large. I consider myself completely cured.: John this day entertd irto /o-pannrrsbip Feb. 9 1838. 27lf October y7th 183g.Commission ,II-

;. \ H. W. Williams} g mt. Reid. Gov. Branch, my man CAUTION with Yours truly, JOHN TENNENT N. Y. I under the firm of BRYANT & NTJITZ, and hAYing House, New Oded
lahassee. 3i*' Lanier. ft Co., duincy. J. my permiuion. and I will take it as n favour 01 N.w. YOlk Mill, M,rcli t9, 1838. out the entire stock in tiade of the ;*- -P. H. SWAIM & Co. : LONG & GK1VOT .
; CMli'is Jr nlicello. W. J. Bailey, Ma person lhl finds him without the limits of fie Mr. MoftV-D.ar Sir ; I have used your mcti.i. i.eno i. ta.e bought of 1 F. Gerardin, most respectfully infoim the Co untulollStor ,
p W. Q. Porter, Apalarhieota.! Craig. u Daffin, and wi.bout my written permi'sionto in my family f"r some onthsi; and hare received friends and the Public, in eeneia'; that they will MERCHANTS; OcFortcarding HAVEC'tabillhrd themselves at New &* '

1 Josch.Ie..3. him. not exceeding one hundred LwhfK. great benefit frnn' it, "..ri.lly"'y wife and continue to carry '.n the Watch Making and I ind solicit the oD of Commission BOSMB.sadfe
IA3Q. tfi-yl MICHAEL LEDWITH. daughter. My daughter had been in a decline for Business, at tho well established old And General Dealers in Dry Goods : patronage of their friends
pt.blic. to which tbev their best seivices.Ami .
Jan. 16 1839. ihr Since she commenced GROCERIES PROVISIONS. pledge
e ,
4lf year nsingyour '
] FIBSt. medicine '
.l'IEW bland bey fl"Uor themselves to ensure a share ? 35-.tf j
$ subscribers have t-tis THE: and beart;. If this will be of New Firm "
tojelber under the firm ofGamble >tt lag Horn. Free: 9275d..lhis. Eiiq'.i.e any sen-ice to you and by the assistance: of two experienced workmen ERASTUS COMBS. J Forida.: -
& Reid, WiLiam tbr Ootler, at Capt B.owus stables.J yoa are ai libeny to publish! iU (rem the North. ,A" Articles l left for repair .will THEY have large and commodiens warehouse J/B tnbsrribcrs hun. dayajwociaWlkfr
for tbe purpose of tnuuurtiug business in the 'n !d 1839 2itf R.vpertfully, your &c. John M. BryanVwil! ho found at the above Eslablisament. storage of co'ton and I Crcbclhdj_,.lId selves together in busioese under the Iii
\ N. of: GORMAN A. HALL. They -ill keepa|>t
< BUTI.FR. will particular attention to receiving forwarding
of Taltahsuee. JOHN U. BRYANT, pay
9 100 UK W ARD. Sumroilt Hill Jan. 18,h .it all limes a general assortment *f goocS.' ;."
They' will have on hand at all. times a 18JU. CIJAS. NUITZ. and shipping cotton and merchandise to any
assortment of goods and will! be disposed lo WILL bo paid for the delivery in* of a ne. Dr. Moffat-De< r Sir ; I have great pkasara in November I 17th, 1838. 16 if port in tbe United State. They hive constantly WM; Pi <0 ORMA,, *af 1
their fpeadw and tbe poWlc upon (be'most fellow named BYRD who"Daway fast addn>sing you. having been trnobled for some time on hand a large andextenrive assortment Goods C..C 'W ;
Uetcxms. JAUS.S B. GAMBLE.SAM.&ELD. ., from the {('jl'licsnble' in'lhil city where be back with the rheumatism, and could fiad nothing suns Robert Gamble Jr.'and John .)f all descriptions which they will sell lowi.in lot They expect soon to receive a fine anantizwdSpring
_ I hired. Byrd i i. about 21 years old, 5 feet & lo me rclief until I hid commenced MY Goods. *..3TalUbassee.
give any ( taking Gamble jr. and my friend Join to suit 'porcha'ers, for casa or approved credit.
_ Juae. ISag44: high, verythick set and jet Mark. H. hu* i your Vegetable Life Pills and Phaasx Bitter*.- Parkhlll Esq.&I re my agents,'and will attend They hnpe by a strict and prompt attention'to the .Jan 5.IffiS-tf *" -
,.N01'JG} soft voice and speaka.ia-he was in this tiiini- lu inking the hollleand one boa of pills. found t. my busi..e a"III ill: my absence from the Terri interests of those entrusting bnsiues la their'care ,Notice 4
I i if' at Chrisimni- and is so sliU no ilouM. the most exrruciiting polo that I had lon("becn tory. JOHN G. GABIBLE. 'I: to merit a ,continuance of the liberal patronage ALL persona are hereby !oDet1 and>'
I THE nbseriMr Ies..iee.to his friends J. RANDOLPH.. "troubled with, entirely di"'t) ar. Sunh being the June 41OROCERIES heretofore aot to trade for a. eertaia promissory alt
public in general, that he has opened Jan 29 1839- dated time in Uteiuontb
8tf; raM.iL is with gratitude I offer these st' tinae'C'II, St. Marks,'Jan.30 1839. !8lf some cl tc.nmbu, .
BRGBAVINa *COPPERPLATE The S.ntinel' 4'igusta will give the above aeonr feeling confident that 1 aiu indebted to you more GROCERIES. and payable"on the first day January, :.
OOe, ia TWUhassee -ext, door to the: >icuoa .place timai in tbelr weekly paper and than' word can expr s% for jour valuable medicine Low'Cor Cash or ,ApprovedPaper. LAND FOB SALE in'cre.' ,at 10 per nt..per annum, forib.aei
HateU where ell rder* will be exe-eted 'with to this eflir. ad the si dy cure received (rom ;its god .THE undersigned U authorised to thiN thousand, three hundred and 'hir l
greatest ere aol JeapaUh. CAmpiising Bank. Nptatas 8TBA YED. The undersigned hate soil for Col. While, IfeWOaeres of land 3-1 00 dollars,and aigoed by .Jugtutuji(4IaLO'_

,, "rke; Bi'l of Winf, Maps, A ,-BOU r weeks .small bay horse Male effects.Yours, *c. GSO. BROFTS. S received per schr.an .-g'ja.f in TigercIsland Ilimrnock near lie R''belt w. Alstcn, and, made payable JQs?
_ MereaAiileaad.Vlsilinc Cards fce.. .p&rclsaaed oat .f a drove this winter,. sndhJ Mal ch Chonk. Jan. 17, 1838- 'aloon, (roan Bal 1 i-. Waculla river, ia what is called the Barrow, or b,'arcr,a:.'said poie'baa oetnYnlry'jP

$ :.jUaavCoppef PiinUog executed with worked oaly' ;.a few day*,'ooaswqanrt'j baa eo fro Moffat-Sir; I am most hippy to send you ntore, a general R.IUfC". W.ulla survey, and known as No. '17, IP, SO .and disrharget'" R ICWhiWaT '
Bea*.B4 dt.sptcb Silver plate of every, descrip.UM& of g ear on bun..Also large sorrel mar Blole tI.roolh'your agent Mr. White, a few lines relativeto me. t elf Gro'ereieociUtinginpart" tf the fuihiw.big 21, S5, being 3oO acres each, for I be convenience( Jan. 1839. t4Lt Agtnt fur..
-_ B.Hlf MfftwA and rep'*1red. thin and excellent Life Medicines.' For altlcle-.tiz:' naichasera,the tract will be divided S\OOLtRY
a a .THO ;'M.8TRATTOX. out, and very vicious,the two 'last are both wall time I hav.beencomphainig of aa infection oCtl.e 17,000 tnt Da tI.noe! Biron 19 are divided by 1 18,which is also(;'r.,1o by Judge A. GENERALaserm.atoudjjjeId. )
NOTICE.. 1 oke, Any info mat OB al-oat them left at Mr Lock liver aDd tried much medicine) but found no 2000' ** euidh.m-, BerienaaJ t4 and t5, adjoin, m.k'n: ; a square : wilao: oae two and four A n>e 1aam1, .' !b'>

r aL'p indebted to the late Capt. '.ltOr pr. at.Mr.Craig's, plantatioa will be lief until I commenced wi hyoaif, have BOW re.1 I 25Kers family Ltrd of 1 MO acres of the licbe-t, hammock, aud 360 ad For sak bl. j: W H FUX. J ,
_*Lewis deceased,are hereby notified to m. k4alhyrtc'ived. JNO. JUDGE. en nearly two bottles olroUI'Phoenix fftters.and I SLblsdri' d beef tongue*, join:ng of exv> Hunt ti1berNu SO is in the centreiif ""lIah,;.. J.n'9 1839 "" 'I

imsaadiate 'pymet.'Mi.lKeib i and Fc b:16,1839: ::" t' I.dBEEF'CA' am pleased to state I I 'mj self fast recover- 10 "fanilyfl.! II ar'.,.. the hammock, above, and commands a large '-V Notice ',
ing from a long and lingering comnljlut.Retpectfally 1fl'I.2 settlement owned by'theLand 'These
L Company.
cJairas I'p1.\.w wis :
_ having are loqurrt 8'bb'. 'n'r. di McRAE.NY is authorized IfII
.; Yours, <&r. superfine, lands will be sold J low fourth DANIEL mj
them' daly ..uih Df caud, wubus the tio vry one etsb sad
of the Tata
of John
46J'I.. '.' :.LI .W ,CaAtiC.. ; .WJNTED.io purchase:good BEEF GEO. rtlSNRR. 18 bags' Laguii co'e, ;' remainder in one two .nd three )years. There' JS 'ec.or-Leoa 1.lat. j
,& CATTLE the I 11'L"e1r Nof.'27lh' 1837- 31 bbli soda. built r, sugar,srid wntercr.'ck more than 100 ama of cleared land. COOllr, I
rkj1kLt8;.: ; .:;A 't tor Adm'L :; ; for w btca. higher PI1EBE !. .
____ ,1..1.. ; ,. .. w4luRi&r: '- Sv pr 4.'in be give lo Mr. W 'a' .1 'ho i i UBROWN'eVOAl/BRAtTH. tbe'Virtue and efficacy "of your Life II I lows'oaf .ag r. March 2.1 1833. 304t -r FVVLL41
U4 H' a ,
_ ,two. ', ) b .J- JI; .U *.,,JIh.' J' .25lf I Pills aid Phanixf Bitters, in rrstorfn;I 161 health tosimilar 6' 1-9 clicitjiteaeitri quality' :', V :, Tea:Dollars,JBcwart ***>
.lit' -J,',iwig.. Cue. 'jUNCIS. theseted; ,hu occurred I h."Inf lnily1 I Ucernl: 50 boxes bun-h h rsi!<>ius, NoUce.THE .
'oj '.1 t. .. '.WIf, i i. 1'rt. 0 .KqTI E. : r : I 4012'!. .4 TRAYBD. f atijepa .U., *fl4f,'*=
1 a duty I 0' both t.ct Jyor'a rid'the flublic, tomk Co-Par.aersbipberetofoierxistinin; the II ih Aom lie s&a11pcsk rlIIdIn Jb3Marewtha
i83i _. _''lUtI pplicatos vii be inaip4thO'I1Ofl1ile
T"u.hauu J..* .. r "eeJ\or'Le th fut 'DO'"II Lbat'Jot"-rt'.IIIII'ii.'Otader 5 box'a tubacco. STEWART 4- BERNARD, May I rJ1j
; ama:1
rt wbk.&It r r.kAd aI.q..
: rQA8' pRO t CA[ Y.I1UJ t.II f r ( ot CDGO\V. rst.a cpp4or.Q P.h..1 da$' dren Uncesmgi.t? perthsne*'see thirand Ce-sks London porter dissolved by the death.of the senior par ncr,, all ,tbe hip with saddle saarkr.o. .bok ti.:. baIj4antf5rioid.
E Tra above "-nttks'lUitbe cel. *VB *B V A assortment of wines and indepted tulle' firii are
JIM obtain( .rcmedyiialrts.ntopreserv.them from a general l liquors. p'n'111 requcsied make 'The a'jovf"t.lnfd.wi1I"
( ronnly'deea eel; '
4 pl..u lpaiyhtg (rpad. .f :'iteritartelib t.I .'C v..sf, :premature grave. f *IJ" wm JJH, 01 <' Also, immediate settlement, and all having.claims.\will her delivery U WU!. )
h.iviseii4.d lin proeiiriiif the .,' .1. eb.AlUFfAXlS.LJUi-.-". I...; ..! .",,_. .CQIIPTnl, Mf wisa hosbces afflicted; wltahha tU'.rlC'.mplaint 5& kti .\or..U.. 1 please present the fame. or ,0 :-' -. '- <. &tWu.. ."
_ 4/'a eoospeUat leaeber,whose age..nd eiin "' .I, I ; '" and grieral debiliiyter opw r.|sof 3 years J All of.which will be.; aoM 10 suit purrhs llera. .t' .. .Eo BARN RO,.Jr. Iuricing r.\ter.. Thrfl&r ui, l' 'F'e' 183S id.l-

tbe boaipett aatbefiBae the beliefxtbat '..* : MBDICINES11I ftf lie''Lut 3Ibo.tb.."ba *.riet been able I o .holesule! or rctailJ low fi>r fI&- 4diCNI.wlfl r.t gi'Vs If all wkiuiy4.,; -f i iqANUIA.T.JON .'1' ag land toes.Lbercaa.dAIt.iqq1 jvarlooa.medl- tore nut door to Mctsrs. Kerr & Xirksey.D. ; \ FANCY..AND 8TA PIJ3''!GOODS.' ..'beCeiebratedtfl.ttPjj

|a> patronise eatd'iasUfujloo. i t* i/01' I W HEN !tbe'ttortimrrtat Mtldc&'tjt' 'cine jprescrtbed!byi different) physciaflf,'t-wbfch! C. & J. C. ,WILSON.. !. scc.rqIM.Th FRANCIS oners lor sale. N general 4', ,'BBBW"Ac&se' 'f >
tJ.h 'cNa&q. UjU(0jritolumtUi( ana' whemiti*l In her. eli. toar.tble.In .. I T.llabft.. ..vlreb 7.J 9. 31.f ILL stan4>". ssoaesm,
| gin a e wpeudte. Vav* .valid* karl D0- Ab*waw g4 en-upa -' 'f'f *assortment of Fancy and Staple Gocirts "
_, a Z%tJMl.l"aU. r IcefbpaM iOjrw 'IdW tllKI8'CJf'lalpt1l < ;t8.!> 'd tbisiUpatioa.abe wasgidwally'i11| >ag, when I ,'L..F I I'my waedn in Tatlahnssoa on the'nighl: :'o;f consisting pan of Silk$ *. Sl.awls.Worked asm*.. \'fV',,6aah.ettrtb.Weal 10tJa orIAUNJa..nh'a'uhecrihe& aids .ftLbetiatbo V

}!hr..n altepUon oichiil4 na.! .>tat.f tw rvww. (.NliI11 'efSW't1M woj bpreModt&caJI ipoyoui ses in-1hivillags. lOthinnt'a laage (adlu'cirrol PUNEY lln,and lace c pes EoxliAk thread and.bob1etJa.I .: :
: dri** I.. ,>')1 then; despair U is not {.fda palrtha r fief tntM4.tn. r of,(b Good Samaritan; Uia with onewhite hiiidjfoot, and small ioro' 5CS'conies: breudclotha, rassimeres,.aattiaetta all toed leading 1o>)b. l'-f'en1) 'IV,
*1 1.son
t CA8.8EL on em 10 dollar th* reWie 20*mr
< } :( I.i HUt them first around ( aAgle ,
- :. i "" .(| look pqp.gtwhihi4ueM.pao( zyyDuriaedI4 I'lha bark. n-eturning vcilingf coto..lEniiugs o!naburga,).c-e.1 i"A'JI
- Ja8i ,.. Jf, l4>'tnf aside oil pitjlid.re/-aitc-themwrvei'; cine.aUjeogh4| &4.utjWlb.Lhu reoeiviaa \y: Main'A''r 'flsisiu Cuunt.f P5IdpOaeytoCharles Georla.I ,hate, cups, boots, a ml shoes, fur sal" low fqr cash, .. if pa within: tbe seasoa.rtSll"MPtil ?1 1to

4Tijlit aKa I I Ic I. qua Jw-"U:my'yiKieneannot .help mr, anr'bcae/U/ trorf i il. abetIf'I'jL-W"Jarpri'De: : ; Henry Hjl ryjTallahise. II.aJl rotel", .I.; or approved credit... T ) .s,., after 0..MpiralioBkaTtU sMaasvaV* .11.
bi. rented tkiIU.oldytWtfJ'' Ber. Jul4I tk" t"'lrle or biLaa4Loq ., .' ., \ 'au.D 183f. ,Insure Ill ua wUb'&kt.-'ParUealaf' atV
: _, WW1 $iAtaJf' tJt 11' 'Womwarrl a.mdfl'eapenr'apid.' :I-* '1> ;, /, 23 f .
4i c -i- .. Ia .1 HI'H ta 1:;.!1lpt.ot,4: P4fhspi at ."'h.." 1 box orpins, she was so fer:recpvH 4sa.to.beaceorar :." CHARLES W. :3tk tIN : ._ paid to avoid acc3dcnt.zb.tzas.ece'!:._
: iai. 4 li,h .'t of.her k, illifuL ? ;t TWENTY DOJLLABS BEWASD,: p \.. 1rui-xL. -
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_lJ ___ r l J ; !Pr efq.. ; ftN'.lff.-tJftjt\ncfi. c-WQ1 as.ilstaace. Mardi 14. 1839 .-31%*.% Thomar tQou, '1.11A ( .j AmdeswJsibss.Uaslsedby oW 'rto.
iI rw loll at trlr'! _.II1 resjwiifijUr ,I ANswa7frnirn1AntaIcw to.'pifciiutp; ; _._.
:._ te : r t. f.. Ii" Ja .= j "rf7ih. ROM ;It' I NQ JCE. f. .'.'. a IJ. Ie. I of TUoioa-rvtlK"dK IJha 15th Fe.utryWnisViu ,,1ieA raee horse in has day,'Ia I.I-ZaI
- wi.WIuAEL.iFL .: 1 1cnft 8 ;:.;. c = rti. 'tfU I.tl.. t\- t li HE subseriUf.h!vjirg disposed Of.fcit Int man DICK: Wui' thieVimple 18.J.ara.o iupurted Whip'IfIIU'4. r "
M i : : D' '.r f ltT.00'0 %>bfcn'>c.. T eat in tl..'pintej' japteli' is deiirwwf eJoaing ioo. abcedtJba&isq: ineheJa1 1. .pp. H..n lIl.tI. sad

",. .. ..,!l.QtI j 1J J'futrn G 1I.sIia. : .meeicine'raVapy: can slto be obtala I his butlne| .""lr\i >ons "debt, 1 on book acooon African, MI\d' 1 he has al1'a\; >
t :. .'tC"Jio. '..,. -. .......,:- -i. i iav 1.14.,; ..j .t.'lf "( t; ieatlon' at the drug start (t'l '.*-""; '- or otherif;are'iqriec1f.i1ly j ) requested t q c.1l. ajKsotUe .00tM. a t.hiihfe. h $ basseij' ,' ;. toC V

_ ; uIt. t i1. : WADDEL, RANDOLPH k LEWIS., the ae.ruejksn.j be louodj 'fJia.WU.' 1boislath4ud-n* "J. a.t esi 4
.: .1MfJl" ." dt li'rl.f' .ff WbUlll ,.,_diel.0fcr sale. I Planters 1191e1qr ,::>as soc absente,)4." :1W. .pvU LA paid '.., .f I".I' wUI'I' in ':' V

: .____ 1e5i' 'ads 1tflit" f j.UrWB'II '"'Pie e MIdb; Wi CtMO6LL367 Bdi .'Cbitda wiH'alfend t to Jhe'pQxiHeas f'Tjnncitentlontoibe .. dJ" ed delivaP .J. UII _be bjm sq that .41 1J 'rt Viii
fliif.' ,, "LAay, wpLJIgW Y41tr4 J r-tJrtu. silift it toni fuj above will tare cokf. ,"H" hlrhjnd sfl1adM$1J ..t "f I1 .1.,_'WI'. ,
< ....fj"1. : wJ..tf'..1&4," ib' 4 : .4' R 4j't'' i Pl.-A. NSed1Jeti'D1 "'. '.paithaKIto J -f' tr, ,. -JOSEnI D'RYAN.' > 3it13 'toe1r vy.bvPIctEug: 'J t".l'J'p- ,,.t

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March 2d, 1839. district shall be absent," was read the third time and lost.. passed,and returned to the Senates '' : t ,t t _. tlj>E ..:1. Y J.: -1MJ
SATURDAY, The Senate retnrned to this House parsed without amend. Mr. Duster, from the committee on enrollments, $ns, fob. ." ,
The ouse met pursuant to adjournment a quorum being meat a bill entitled "An act to amend the',several acts to in- correctly enrolled .sevent La.dpllarI) .; a r.!'. ,
t the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read. corporate the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph Canal and Rail "An act to amend the several acts now in force for hw accp ai ftr, eI i:':.ij _W.t ,
P nwtiott of Mr.Wood a committee was appointed to waite Road Company" which is ordered to be enrolled.A I to elections." )and,twph*, Io1qiand Iftj a !!!tJ arcs"<<
.. .u the > and'ask that body to return to this House a Senate bill entitled, **An act to repeal certain acts of theLegislative I "An act to prevent the future exercise of if, not sUod.):) the >dut tea-
VH P! eotided An act to provide l for the pay and mileage of the Council therein named was read the third time, and ges by certain banking corporations." making isdexthttt9. :' M br
JDt:*bers of the Legislative Council and the officers thereof indefinitely postponed An act to authorize the Brunswick and I is also requested 10 caasa'ts.bee../P
Messrs. jy0odaudDuval were appointed said committee. I Mr. Wood offered the following resolution which was twice I Company to extend their improvements into the ( the 'Tallaba! es g!! 4 .11ff ,

Mr. Dower from the committee enrollments, reported astorrtc'tlv read (the rule being waived) and adopted, and sent to the Senate Florida." repair the Capitol fence. two l'.v._ .. :
enrolled the following bills. to wit: for concurrence. "An act to amend the several acts to I s ," t.t
"A preamble and resolution requesting an appropriation of A bill entitled A.n net to amend the several acts incorpora-I Wimico and St. Joseph Canal and Rail Road I read,. the rule being,., :aJ. .P1Jd.
fonffrns for the repair of the Court House in Walton county. ting the City of Tallahassee," was returned from the Senate, 'An act to amend the several acts, and in .' *.
"An sotto establish a ferry across the Apalachicola River indefinitely postponed. acts relating to County Courts, and far other that a committee appointed to.. .;. oe
'at or leal' junction, with die bay of Apalachicola." A Senate bill entitled "An act for the relief William Kelly Mr. Tradewell moved that the resolution sent them there. U no further.I& ..IfP.I.Botts
"An act tp create a body corporate and politic by the name I I ," was read! the third time; the yeas and nays being required nate in relation to accounts accompanying the yet, and ,thai ,Uwy,are Ih2Ch

. ,t the Si t Joseoh- chamber of commerce." :its its Passn g e. were .yeas. :_Messrs._ Blackburn__ Blount.. Brett. bill be taken from the table and forthwith con 1 mernia g at Dine o'Cloc3c.W ttsonaot "
"lu act to authorise James M. Harris, to build a dam: and Browne. Dozier, Ferguson, Gould, Jenckes, Manly. Reed, House, which motion prevailed whereupon a 'snt and Ferguson west appointed cr-
Jock.-across the Si.(;.Marks River anti Smoerlin, Tradewell, and Williams 13; nays Mr. Speaker, was presented by Mr. Duval chairman of the fina ,?,, ;J ,t ltollatariagcammR
"j\Q act to inl"orporatehe City of Pensacola," which wereicve'wllv Messrs. Bannerman, Burritt, Cooley, Duval, McCall,McLeod, tee, which was ordered to be certified and the House the ,:.
signed by the Speaker, and sent to the Senate. McRaeny, Niblack, Priest, Thigpin, and Wood 12; so said Senate, as an answer to their resolution. Dupont a message is seat to the, $oat
Mr. Wood from the committee appointed to wait on the Senate bill is passed; ordered that the title be as stated. Mr. Tradewell offered the following resolution, sting the oppotntaest of a coiataitte
and obtain from them a bill entitled uAn act to provide (for The Senate transmitted the following message to the House: Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative with a committee,of; me'5ew ia ftJ J-
the Py and l mileage of the members of the Legislative Council the Territory of Florida, That the Governor of of the ninth joint rule." Messrs. Mar
and for other purposes," returned from the Senate with that EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) be, and be is hereby authorised to cause the appointed a committee, on the part cf:;tbe
bill, which was placed first among the orders of the day. TALLAHASSEE March 1st, 1839. > .Tallahassee to be enclosed with a fence made of ( et'.
Mr. Wood offered the following resolution. To the Senate and House oj Representatives of the Legislative terials ; to have a well and pump established 1 March. 2, 1835. '
the Senate and House of Council of Florida.I the within the II L.F.MOS 't
Bs it resolved by Representativesof square, and to cause grounds
ot Florida, That the joint resolution providing hereby nominate Joseph Forsyth, Elijah Gaylor, JamesV. laid off in a suitable manner, and to be set out Bee' :,'I J'
fa the final adjournment of the Legislative Council on the 2d Ernest, Samuel Patterson Micajah Crupper and Thomas trees and shrubbery; and for this purpose be is and Messrs. Blount and BurfUt weiri
rescinded for the of .M. Blount, Justices of the Peace; F. E. Le la Bun, Joseph Tallahassee fund the of the H .nf.
diy of March, be express purpose enabling expend'! a sum from the : not ex< on part jReprejiea-.
Sierra, John Campbell, David A. Northeap, and Henry Mich- ** "
the Governor to return the acts of this session which have been thousand dollars. I ?
and for other and that this LeguUtive t let, Auctioneers;James Catlin, Notary Public, in and for the conference made the? foUowfflg <
submitted to him, no purpose, Which was twice read, the rule being for that i rtpcrt. a
Council will adjourn on the fourth day of March, iu- county of Escambia. ed, and adopted and sent to the Senate. -w .'. *
Moses Ell's Auctioneer in and for the county of Jefferson. conference between the tan Hotaei
SKUA. The Senate returned to the House a bill ? re
Which was twice read, (the rule being waived) and adopted, John Wiggins! and J. D. Reed Justices of the Peace in and I incorporate the Bank of Apalachicola," passed of,the ninth joint role :ru-d.J1y
for the of Madison.
aDd scut to the Senate for concurrence. county with amendments which were read and concurred "
The Senate returned to this House, rejected a bill entitled John S. Stewart Justice of the Peace in and for the county I amendment to the 18th section, in striking out ] together and cannot agree.. J.The

"An act for the relief of\Vm. G. Davis," and said bill is lost. ofHamilton. lowing to wit : except in the county of 'of die Senate insists that the rote rcquacs
Also returned with amendments a bill entitled "An act t,i Walton C. Malony Notary Public in and for the county of amendment the House do disagree, which is the Senate of all papers, account,''.and

'raise a fund by taxation for the education of poor children," Dade. tified to the Senate. to the compensation ,bill, .to enable tit
which were concurred in by the House, and said bill is orderedto William Bunce, James Lynch, and J. B. Allen, Port Wardens The following communication was received such bill.. The committee'*eq tb* Ban'ol
.be enroYiAl. for the port of Tampa Bay in and for the county of Hills- EXECUTIVE ntatJves insists that tHe Senate oaa iJat f o'

Aim mtirned a bill entitled,"An act to extend jurisdiction borough. Tallahassee, March 2, J JTo of each branch of die EegttlauVe" ,G
of;Jimfcw of the Peace i in this Territory" indefinitely postponed. R. K. CALL, Governor of Florida. the Senate and House of Representative of ,control. and .that ,die transmsdio of.
Also a preamble and resolution asking additional represen-' The nomination of Walton C. Malony\ Notary Public for Council of Floridti. embracing expenditures !of either,.Hotise,
tation for Calhoun and other counties," adopted by the Senate I Dade county, laid on table. GENTLEMEN, :-I hereby nominate Dennison :-
without amendment which were ordered to be enrolled. I Which was read and said nominations are consented to and Judge of the County Court; Joseph Foster, \ Respectfully submitted
Also a preamble and resolutions asking the establishment of advised by the House.A George S. Hawkins Notary Publk, in and for T. M. BLOUNT..
> post office at Eocbeeanna, and an appropriation for the repair Senate bill entitled, "An act providing that each county Franklin. 8. I> BURRITT
of the road from Lagrange to Marianua, adopted by the Senate shall provide for the expenses of keeping prisoners: in custody Edmund Bird, Auctioneer, in and for the count WM. MARVIN,
without amendment, which Is ordered to be enrolled.Mr. for offences committed in said county, was read the third time David M. Sheffield, Weigher of Cotton at C. H. DUPONT; .
Wood from committee on banks made the followingreport and on motion indefinitely postponed. William C. Campbell, Weigher of Cotton at St. to be spread on the_ journal. .
: Mr. Dozier from the committee on enrollments reported as for the county of Leon.L. the committee on oflm.reer. is
The committee on banks to whom was referred the several correctly enrolled the following bills to wit: A. Thompson, Auditor of Public : the (following bill, to wits ,/., 'f
I'f'portsoftbe Union Bank of Florida, the Southern Life and preamble and resolution requesting: of Congress an appropriation H. Austin, Treasurer in and for the Territory of ?rate.tbc Bank__of A.p 1ach cola.: "
Trust Company, aud the Bank of Pensacola, have had the for repairing the road leading from Jacksonville R K. by,the Sut .
lime tinder consideration and ask leave to report, that they on the St. Johns to Rose's Bluff on the St. Mary's River." Governor adjourned until Monday act 10 o'clock.
have examined the several reports with much care, and they believe u A preamble and resolution requesting of Congo 5S the es- Confirmed by the Senate. 4
that the three banks already mentioned have been managed tablishment of a Post Office at Bucheeanna the county site of L. F.
with much skill and ability, and deserve the entire confidence Walton county, and an appropriation of twenty five hundred i DAT, March 4th,'1839.
and support of the people of Florida. The Southern dollars for the repairing aud opening of a road between La- Which was read with open doors, and the ursnai adjournment; ,a qao? m beiec :
Life and Trust Company have resumed payment of specie' grange to Marianna." in contained were consented to, and advised by of Saturday's,proceedings was read. ,
since November last, and the Pensacola Bank has also resum- "An act to raise a fund by taxation: for the education of poor Representatives. to the House for concurrence ilia'!
ed since the first day of January of the present year. The I children. Mr. Dozier, from the committee on
Union Bank has resumed payment in specie: of all her bills under And a preamble and resolution requesting our Delegate in I' correctly enrolled, To be averted N'-. I.
the denomination office dollars, and only wait to hear of Congress to urge and procure the passage of a law allowing one An act to be entitled An act to alter and fix the rule requiring that no ottstnesa :'ahoaitt
the success of the President of the Institution who is now in Eu- additional member from the counties of Franklin, Calhoun and the Superior Courts in the Middle District of CJ.r"l except the messages of,the Goyercor* J+r.:aed
rope for the purpose of negotiating the bonds for the increaseof Columbia, in the House of Representatives.Which An act entitled An act to alter and fix the the House did_"riot concur._ / .
her capitol stock; and your committee have every assurance, were signed by the Speaker, and sent to the Senate.A perior Conrts of the Apalachicola District." that .the joint irolutioQ.fixing, :,tl! ).
and they believe that in a very short period of time, that that bill from the Senate entitled An act to amend the sever- '. A resolution requiring the Auditor of this day be reconsidered the ,yeas ,ucIj
bank will resume the payment' of a'l her bills in specie. The al acts incorporating the town of Marianna," was read the diately to institute suits against all Tax motion were,yeas Mr..S peaket*+Me.
committee believe that the bank of Jacksonville is not in a situation I.third time and passed end sent to the Senate. tioneers who have neglected, or refused to Burritt Cooley, Duval!, Fergnsooy r 1'it ,
A Senate bill entitled An act in addition the ,'Niblack,P'riest,.Reed,Tabori Trade
ti resume the payment of specie at present, and it is very to military pay into the Treasury all territorial and auction
doubtful ifthat bank will ever do so. laws now in force," was read the third time and passed.Mr. may have been collected by said Tax ; nays Messrs. Blackburn, Brow4te? |>6.
E. WOOD, Chairman. Blackburn moved that the title be An act to declarethe tioneers." 5 ; so said resolution Is ordered: tote-. x' ''

Which was read-the yeas and nays being required on the Territory of Florida under martial law," the yeas and nays Which were sign'd by the Speaker and sent :
adoption of said report, were yeas Mr. Speaker, .nl' e\srs. Bur- being required thereon, were, yeas-Messrs. Blackburn, and The Senate notified the Honse that they was recclvvfl t&m" tk go. r
ritt, Cooley, Dotter, Dnval, Ferguson, Fitzpatrick, McCall, Williams, 2 ; nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman. Blount, amendment to the lath section of a bill entitled ;
Method, .vlcNcill, Priest, Reed, and Wood 13; nays Messrs. Brett Browne, Burritt, Cooley, Dozier, Duval,. Fergusai, corporate the Bank of Apalachicola," and said bi:l ; EXECUTIVg OFFICE 1 \
Baiitierman, Blickbnrn, Brett. Browne Gould, Jenckes, Manly Fitzpatrick, Gould, Jenckes, McCall, McLeod McNeill, Nib- to be enrolled.Mr. T.L.au.au, M rsh 4, 1839..-)
McRaeny and Tabor 9; so said report is adopted. lack, Priest Reed, Sumerlin, Thigpin| Tradewell, and Wood, Tradewell moved that a committee be app of Representative,, oj .LIe LegisSafi* .
The Senate returned to the House, a bill en itled An ac! I 23; so said motion was lost, the original title retained,and said !on the Senate and propose that the two Houses I I Council of,Florida. k
to amend the several acts now in force in relation to elections," bill returned to the Senate.A : morrow at 12 o'clock, to receive from his have beard with re ret that tho mea* bill, 3 ..
passed with amendments; which were concurred in by the House, Senate bill entitled .' An act to incorporate the Florida .vernor any communication he may have to make, J I of Representative,ba. been rejected 'iai the
and said bill is ordered to be enrolled. Manual Labor School, to be loca'ed in Middle Florida," was the joint committee on enrolled bills be authorized I ,t' unofficially l i bformed that i it! if yoor i&M .
Also a bill entitled hAD act to authorise; the Brunswick and read the third time ; the yeas and nays being required on its!I the President of the Senate and Speaker of the been lo-aay. After me long and ubttwoa ses- ,
Florida Rail Road Company to cxteud their improvements into passage, were, yeas-Messrs. Blount, Dozier, Duval, Gould presentatives the bills that may be enrolled during have attended engaged: ) ,and tbecourte ,aadprs :
to various aU ii' I
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the Territory of Florida," passed with amendments; the yeas McCall, McLeod,Reed, and Tradewell, 8 ; nays-Mr. Speak Passed by House of Representatives, March : in trespcsaing further r o y ouit aim., oriA41'1i--! ,
and nays being required. on concurring with the amendmentsto t'r. Messrs. Bannermnn Blackburn, Brett, Browne, Cooley Att. JOS. 15. \ to jour families} ; and joar:boaaasw, :Bit tba
said bill made in the Senate, were, yeas Messrs. Bannerman, Ferguson, Fitzpatrick' Jwickes, Niblack, Priest, Sumerlin, which demands your action..trmtrivvntirt*
Blackburn, Brett, Browne Dozier Duval, Ferguson! Gould, Thippin, Williams, and Wood, 16 ; so said bill is lost. Which was read, passed, and sent to the Senate. r uadd' ,. oficr 4 aufficient.justificatkm W tty
Jenckes, Manly,, McCall, McLeod, AlcRaeny, Tradewell, and The Senate sent to tie, House the following resolution, to The Senate returned to the House, by a : on ibis aubjecU I have not seen the f 3Nw
Williams 14; nays Messrs Blount, Burritt, Cooley Fittpat- wit : resolved, that a message be sent to the House of RePresentatives Duval and Hawkins, the following reply : and cannot Ny.howdarit.iprevaoa.
rick Niblark, Priest .Reed and Wood 8; so said amendments requesting the transmission to the Senate of all accounts -. On motion of Mr. Duval a committee condition, cduatqrifeot of its
arc concurred In and said bill u ordered to be enrolled. on which the compensation act is founded, which was: : cart of the Senate, to inform the House of of.mrpmeat' svsttm,'if'snUta' city
The Senate returned to the House, a preamble and resolution, read, and on motion laid on the table. the Senate has refused to sit ttrmorro.jt. being improvement. - asking an appropriation (-.Jr.the repair of the road leading from The Senate sent to this House for concurrence certain joint some of their members from conscientious, i officers and tbfi eoosr ouiU dleipchiDa',f tbsii j
Jacksonville to Rose's Bluff, adopted by the Senate withoutamendment resolutions instructing the Auditor as to the mode of auditing tend; but the Senate concur ia ,the request I of the U.,wbidadcmaluJ correcuW.l ficwa.tbft i Bpn d. J
and it is ordered that said resolution be enrolled.A claims, for members to the Convention, which were again read, as to agree that the President of the Senate and requires\ Thejrbara attention. rrtininid'. :tVtj'ctiiiTiuCiiD 9J.-
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acd on motion indefinitely postponed.The House revise and your *
entitled may sign enrolled bills
"An act to provide for the pay and mileage any oxpefiM,cf tbeJtte Coaireetiea.: a r
of the members of the Legislative Council, and for other purPoses -, Senate returned to this House, amended, a bill entitled ,I of the two Houses. at den1au..api- t1tn'wbicksstIDas? rit."
An act to amend the several acts and in addition to the acts Passed by the Senate March 2d 1833. ,
: was again taken up in committee of the whole; after :frota.tba .olt.is; in-mnmr IttHJiiiii "'t.
Sometime, the committee rose and Mr. Dozier chairman, reported relating to county courts, and for other purposes," which L..,. F. 3J .'arat... There -"jeaIif'''
said bill amended; which was concurred_ in and said bill amendments were concurred in, and said: bill is ordered to be Secretary : u immediately' coaoectad AkysMrxf lC;u -
**} again; read the second and third time (the rule being waived enrolled.Tb Which was read and concurred in by the Hotise.The at the present session pa,s P4 ma let&&&*a
) aDd passed,sod tent to the Senate for concurrence. /*'eas and nays were taken on the passage of a bill en- {following resolution was offered. by, :Mr. Fi t i : | raise 12 eompaatee fr the defrsje ef etw'
titled An for the relief of Calhoun in : oatier, which M load/ cad f & .
His,Excellency the Governor. sent to the House the fol.'owcommunication. : act county, opposition wit: ** >gly fe
sag to I the Governors objections, and were as.' follows: yeas- Resolved that the ,Governor requested: to aDd you bare' aoihortt.djltpaq.. _Ififo
Messrs. Bannerman, Blount, Burritt, Dnval Fitzpatrick, Nib- the following accounts, visa, for.ah8 pay sad tsoc. JfI.Nr
EXECUTIVE OFFICE. > lack, Priest Reed.'Thrg in, and Wood, 10; nays-Mr. Speaker The members of the,House of Representatives, ih* l<"o to be paid_scmt-. oaually. 'WIIh .t.
-. 'TALLAHASSEE,March 2d,'839. J Alcssrs. Blackburn,Brett, Browne Cooley,' Dozier; Ferguson em and mileage from the 7th day of January,to accumpluaec'wdf and itnoct tbd cwt .
bo kca
peic| Ue
oAt Senateaxd House of' 'the Gould McCall :McLeod Sumerlin fAnaot,,.ba;nr iilti!f't
ReprueKtatiocs of Leg'ulatu and Tradewell March,both days inclusive.To tmeaaa j i M". f i 1OV-v.w.- .
Council of'Florida. 12 ; and said bill is lost. Joseph & Lancaster, chief cleric of the i ; who m,& tJi tdttinba.
ibtlatel' uendemei. At:the request of _the.I-, I.resident of tbeConvennwn't A joiut resolution: from.the Senate, authorising the printing sentatives l1e hundred dollars.' : ,,wIU| 'prove I bUt alAr be( .' "' =
ry held: t at St..Jie P b.,'J for your information I of the compilation of John P. Duval,with the act of the pre-' To'Neil McPhersbn,'enrolling and engrossing f iil1. o sJiV tbat.lbeJ ova rtiiol .

,& O(" or.:_d.i. .wGatwn,.. ;( rrned. bv the delegate oi tbejpeoR.JLCALL sect session, was again read, adopted and returned to the Schate hundred and fifty'dollairs. ;03 'lath' ,.ciay b. ...,, tf -,
',-'': 1&wnc.a.'* ::'' To Robert_ B. Copeland, enrolling and engrossing! the, .rota"taISeo oti the rerenw IttU : i
.rr : Also a joint resolution from the Senate reqnlrrag, the Auditor .hundred and, fifty dollars.To ; '.-"" '', a.h4'flht' If ,' .
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.\.1. -_ r .*' : ." Governor of Florida. to audit_ such accounts. for forage, &c., furnished..the Florida Cervantes: ,Harris, enrolling and engrossing ; $ a. of' tbe'biJT.1, tb t A "1;. f
.... Ia cb''+!as rndit.nd' ..'document' therewith. sent, .ordered. ,troops. last year, as may be approved_ by tbe',Govern, .rat hundred and fifty dollars. ; j ec tibi' Jl .::OX
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-t ,__ .tb e.WM. .tab,!*.::. To Seth P. Lewis ; Khaeb. It teas cr .A: '' ''''''''' L c
t t j again read and adopted, and returned to the senate. sergeant at arms, four bee iifS #
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Stunk .entUled ."An act'in addition to die A Senate/bill, 'entitled "'An act to determine the jfeer of dollars. ,o"1f.L ... .q "" .dt
,4".J' lam tsodrin:i (.acre", was read the third time; the yeas certain'officers! VV in this.Territory l and'for, other' u 'sec"wasanrootaonmdeftuttely :To Mote, Ellis, doorkeeper font Iitrndred'' and f w. or.citizen a;;; -' a ts- ,' ,,..:Jr.-' est.'

'' .J! .bb. Its passage were.eat: :" .)fr,,'Sf t., postponed.. .To'\ViUiam'Wilson; for stationary'and cddtin-" l ," as !..SWot v !f. ; I c-.of
7) riSra.Baa''f rL .Blount t, Burrs Coo le", Days", F.r. ,A'Senate, till'entitled "An act to incorporate the Mariaona ding the bills /or fitting up the Representative t i :mil. : -' '\ --, ..T.P, ;::' i '
,. ... .' McOaU,. fit "' McNeil!; oonl glbla ki Steam l 'Saw'Mill! ,Company," was'on motion" J laid on'the table] sand eight hundred and seventy* doUm.;;and i ii j ,: Ou ': t.jt. P1., :'pjJ !1. ,bb. d<\
'J ... ,.Jho\l. :.1 WoodGould, 1,..,:..v.:p". .u' :='"'0 tnt' : .,.'A Senate bill eitttledAn; "act in'.rtlaUoh! to ablkdefaul.vas"rwas'rnd To >bumael i ".:*%. $ib1e V: for 'pa taJl. 1 ;/ r -I J:*p' W*-. If I J'J,.. ." __'_:! ,'..t.-, tI",,,,,
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".. ,: fit TaalY,1RcLrod l i the thif.d tithe ;.-tbe yeas and cays .being+reQuired lI A n se ir.n r:::: i't: "f. t L : ...:Ala'.;.A.JI.; ... 1'P1.1IQ1tt'lfl ..t .
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r, krtt!'i ei*' ''JJ; tseId biI it I hi'w Main.Btnnenaa; bund:: d t dQ. : ;
-, r. .. at 'r'I' on e.. jBloanSromw ri' r ..;4 Jorty-oec. da..T r'. ?! r'f .7
1 : ,:\Bateau, Dotier,; O ,,, McCall ,McIead,l4iblac I T''o George IU Walker; brtkc' nt ofm: loei ie i ; (. ol... ; .
'1 rtit ., .. ., fled,,: '&n-act aathoriai ,lt.da i-. Priest. Reed, Thigpin, TmdewtH I"' and WiI snts, 14; the prfseprjetsioq of the Hopse of Representatives. i ti3e Ii' f:" ,
tQll or 1Jagi btrate fa,the se.crd) eenm tnes.tor .nays-Mr, Speaker, klessrt.'Blaekbnrn'Prett- ; '" ""er' Mural,. und dgllarsw(: f "OJf ri:a revtn. +se.=r==- !

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tW Crovernorlo return the acts othis 'owhLave I4eni from the lious' 't ol He 'n nt tivcs confer with! we cometwo' 1 --- : :: T T __t-L----- P J 1 r j :=, !

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:. of March, feat .' 'iJ-J. : _, |1"SbliaKKbAa of the s .f*fa7 w.f the 1 ased, Iat PIiL Mu&-II Fojt .;. I 'i .t.Eo 8 lIAIJ. ..'.... '. ':.

Adopted by the Hodi'orilepresentaiivcs, Marcb"2d, 1839. I House being unanimous y waived, the above reso utlOn was JOS. M. WHITE.Eneotor.. 01larw t 15 a'oLTION.
LANCASTERClerk HR. read and adopted by the I.2L Representatives, and sent to Dee. 8tb, 1838. -BURY- !
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Ainri '-the-Senate : : ,: WaE4TTIE :' i." ;
transmluea iSnuJe SenateTetnrned :
>Wed; and I enaie'IoiIfiluRuj ; tmrtnch tbe 'r'l for answefp"tlre Senate ir.v
,. services to the cili.i IN CUAZ\C.ny. eat and ? i iclrcunu&alu
FEEuiboreuionaI greeo ..
'CODCIII'I"tDte.t' I do not concur in tbe above,resolution, whJcrj: is;ordered to ensofn Jl .na seeaiid the adjoinio!country. Joseph)(. White &John D. Edward. Ezeciton I ibroufh th is notice,nraeady.o caD

MY'-oJ moyecf for a reconsiiferAtion of ;he vole amending be certified to the House of Representatives. His office is on Adam Street,corner of Clinton,opposite of E. White, deceased, ed to tbe late firm for a" .. '.

I ?3 n saturclayrestnctng- i :kM HoW to :meet 1t 'Is VfcfurtMkl'passed without arnendttftir by"the*'Senate a Uie residencet>f J. Dh\Vp&.cott,Jr.Esq. -WI. ''I ts aliuJJ./qa1t.fL. .I1.1
I ,Tallabnssec. Jalf 6th. 1338. 48-tf James'L. PJrrwb', Admnts4ratr! ofTbomaaDelpby anew the D hnot se sub.cby,trift ;
? butre from the Governor ''the 1 bill en itkd'!'An eolrccto'rs 'and for other .- .
r t irSiflmrpose (etving ac- acf corirerntnij tax D NTlSTfiY.THE deceased. \ ? J'----.a&, Jlanlbll6l for' !
knowkdgwnnuX the acts submitted to him for approval orT purposes," which was ordered to be enrolled.' In the Superior Court'of the Middle District rFIc1ridlt. the iUl4UnO! tllC L' CODurn." J.It. 1tfJ"-- }
subscriber rtwpBctfnlly infornu the citizens "
etSofi ;Wferlcn oti prevailed.) : I JBir.-Denier, from the committee on enrollments,reported as i Middle Fl iida, and others that be baa snbvjriber Jefferson CountyTNovembciTsnn.j838L liaviag been appointed; Auditor r W'J !JOHlf D.ut1Ua"A. ,p2'r 1

Oq motion of JMr- Wood, a'telect committee is appointed, tot correctly enrolled, 'An act concerning tax collectors;'.'and',for pcrmansntly located himself Tallahassee for the :THE, Receiver the above
w> tb?1fen t, arid tsktp have'said i"lution nt rued; Messrs.WoodtatKJ' other purposes," which was signed by Speaker and sent to tend riaclico'orDontaIS to t ho adjoining couDties rgery. of His Gadden practice,Jefferson will ej.:, rate lecelre of Thomas all pa|l.e Dclphyisleeeased.'aid,, vouchers, and effccUof osetllesaid tLe. m. AGgflCY Ay A SHI'G1'uftCrry

/ :\ :were appointed. The 'committee returned the Senate. and Thomav, Georgia. estate according to law;b8reby'gi. sDJdeei': toI aD V WC8 D

with" ;.a'CS'31atoQ""blch, ; had been acted on by the Senate, Mr. Wood moved that a' committee appointed.to wait on ,Office L at tbe City Wutel. I persons wltotn the aid Tboona Deiphy;deceased, by him S1e1O4 toe (haYingruacd..

and ih'eV; bad concurred:.in tbe, amendments passed by the. the Senate and inform them that.the House: of Representatives W. CROSS.Denti.t. is indebteo ia'an/ maoari wbaUoef eru>render' to Dejrtnisntibfnl 1e1etlrean..a iOIM tit IT .11
5potemher) 27th. 7838 8-tf attested tJaC
him,without de.la'tbcirde.n duly ae-
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business before them and
.DOUse.wi' 3 f have no further ; are ready to adjourn JUST UECEIVED.tPJEIIUNDREDpUNCE8FrenchQuI.. I cording to law; and? all pet Wn tcdebtcd 10 the ume J I C.ngahesb fp Be***ftf ts,fMt.. .'

TtJ Wood moved' reconsideration of the amendments in and that the same committee inform the,Governor that his communication will make jmect imoicdiateljrin order to enable .Uievanoo.nt, inelndm! :coninimkkars oad>r beautx' i
piblie &.
t: itid jpesofotior 1 ]. of this morning has been under consideration and nine, Suphnte! Acetate and Mnri.ite of the 5ol>&c. >ilxr to sotlle the, said- .esiate"V31.as BUDD.soon aapossible. all pre..erapuoUBU elaiaseti.H..iJf., Fjontrimf atlttr!>p.;. >,

!: t Mr. Blouqt withdrew .amendments. to said resolution, that a resolution was adopted by this House requesting a con Er.g'i Morrl time Chemical's., and a general Twelve: UlOMmentor ilaho;any French Medicine ana MontifflK 15th Dec.. 18t8. the service for public of ls-cJiis,_' hutb.

'; rartbyitironld remain as adopted by both Houses on Satur- ference with a committee from the Senate which has been by Chf"SI': aud a lar'e' supply ol Drags, Medicines, DB. A m. RANDOLPH '*,:iavaliJ revoNtbnarj the United i Sla** i .

(; day.die 2d Jnst..which is ordered to be certified to the Senate. them rejected ; which motion prevailed, and Messrs Wood and Perfumery, Ac. &c. For sale hv HAVING. located himselfinTaJahsee! o1I cl-JJD. foe '. navy'ftcthler.m.tatiolle pesoiia...
notification in to wit Burritt were appointed that committee, and reported as follows r WADDEL, Sf LEWIS. I professional services to the public. ultpaT,or bonaiy. land wefl
; \ ff/Tfie Senate sent the following answer : : M.,r 19 41 He is to be found'at the office'of Dr.. J. H. Rin.doiph as .
agaiostbest.aie Vir-iai
j ; c :A mes i was received from the House of Representatives,rescinding ,The committee appointed to wait upon the Senate and his BOOT SHOE U.1"ACTORY. on Mcnroe Street. I ail; elaiu; *"grvwinj of 1er contracts* ma the'tritfc Unitewin fWMfTernnxnj

:. the reroratibn to continue in session to-day, which on Excellency, Governor, report that they have performed that -subscribe-respectfully informs : May gg '42Charles' .ordjnaeessna'aii e4.in eoMMqeeMe tf

?r 'motion"-was nnanimoasly disagreed to by the Senate, and ort duty'and that the Senate in reply state that they will inform L the, citiztn of Taila- S. Sibley I the action or cenduct ef the goTemlntsjt., Aa4 fav
i3 ba-see and vicinitr, that be has deed anT bvsineas b. frx. OnmM.. **. --t.-
_IitItti____ __ 1eiCIfid__ ___.n. to the House. the House of Revresentalive when then arc ready to adiourn. commented fha minufacturirr. of U. Attorney. Middle.District. .T S"FFEltS -- -.-. fficcs'.hkh may require- the---.idot..acal\- I .

Excelleacy)' the Governor transmitted. to the House the They also report that his Excellency, the Governor, was not at ** Coots 'nd Shoe in ,this. c.ty; in _1 y and'CoanselJo".ILaw his professional services in the collection as Attorney( torney. f -,
the Executive Office and have not waited ou him. I the build.n Immetll.'.ely oppoiite lb- store CJ f I Uu: charges will be moderate, depending mo
followingcommunications : debts, 4c.in MiJdie Florid He will attend all
Fienc'i & the
Cok a'DOtl8tofChe
.. on J/unroest wbrre he is prepared ,and the ut D\.C'\k''tttrces .
: EXECUTIVE OFFICE \ E. WOOD, I .o fQaunfactore artVlesin liis line ofbu.iin p. the :ewrts in thr Middle Di ret. '!

., Tallahassee March 2, 1839. }J S. L. BURRITT. oe lia- W Wilson aVa Book Store.T .
To the Senate and House the /> rWa'ir The ingcommunication received I ran' bh work to be done in the best QUnner, and at oerupi'dby. m. b.er&ja. Congress within the last f..years;brvhe
of Representative oj # was from the Governor: t reason sbe! pi tcte. "IIah &"f. lh. May 11b3$ 40tfM2.W have occupied any public; iational WasalnposU

f" : Councilofflorida. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 7 I I li'rtOoicdand other repairing done on acconi DRUG &TOKK. : All letters mai be past pauL

'GtKTLtMEN : I have approved and ordered to be deposited in Tallahassee, March 4, 1839. { rr.oJI\IIDI terms. THE fub'crjbcr have formed a co-partaersh.i I Rrkre"ccs.-GOY.R. K.Call, Cov.Wn.P.t>a-
I val, Gen.John P. Vocal
the office of the Secretary the following acts aud resolutions; : To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Legislative FREDERIC FILER, in the (Toborinrss, under le firm ot April *8. un*. faj..Jesstc 38-l Willis.,' ..
April 28. I S3'. : Waddel Randolph, 'A Lewis.
34tiEI4LIOT' ,
1 .4 An act to establish a ferry cross the Ap-ilacliicola river at or Council i
I CUBE.B They have just received and now offer for sale, NE.V GOODS
near txjiiaclion'w'iili the bay of Apalicbiroln. GENTLEMEN : I have approved and ordered to be deposited R. ELLIOTS LESTER has been usetl wiih one door north of Mr Birge's clothing establish, THE sabscriter has jost revived per sea at

''A, act:to ,raise a fund by taxation for the education of porchil4ret in the office of the Secretary, uncommon success : And wherever it has: mcnt, on Monroe street. a gentaal assortment of er TU8CuiJla.briz But**, and Him rod, from Jlcw*

*.". An for i been introduced, has superseded the use of other PRBSU ORUQS, MEDICINES, PJINTS. ltd I York ( '.applj of Groenr t, p/bVwona, Dz
I : : '.An act to anlborire James M, Harris to build! a ilara and lock act the relief of William Kelly. remedies for the cure of, orn.. OIL0,.together with variety of Perfumery and I Good*,HaH-I rc.Uajrginr, Rope Crockery;B t6
across the St. Marks river." Also, h An act concerning tax collectors and for other pur- I A applications w entirely remove the Jarg. fancy natictes for the toilet and Shoes, Clothing Drugs PaInts, Oils Iravaai
.ill oiders from
PhysiciansPlaoters and
cst rims, and further pain. country Nil &e.& .wbich oAred .
prevent for
; < arc .
; v **,An ad to crrate a body corporate and politic by the name of poses. I[ Price 50 ccnls per box, wilb directions for use. merchanllt will be thankfully received and'faithfully liberal terms. lantera, and country Merebaats,

1: j. tbe:fifu Joseph Chamber Commerce._ I R. K.:CALL, For bale in Tallahassee, at the Druz Store of attended lo .18-tf requested to till and examine. forlbrnuelres -tn-

1 % An act %o provide fur the appointment of weighers" of cotton (_Jnvrrnor, of Florida.. I' WADDKL, RANDOLPH &LEV1.I I W. W. WADDEL.J.H. .LA. fADDt
----- -- ------ RANDOLPH. ;
11 I 1 Tor tLe'eit) 'of Tallahassee end town of St. Mark" Which was read. j'I '- Miy 13 h. 1638.- i.lf i B. C. LEWIS. -St.-_3f. ark*.October. r 22d. 1838.WOTICE. I::

M AD act to authorize Governor of Florida to raise: troop* forth The Senate notified the House, through Messrs. Wright and: nutico.O'TIIES.bscrilerhatn.g. Florida House for Sale. -
defence of the frontier and for Duval i j erected STEAM Yvirtueol Deed of Tr s', executed the ILL persons holding claims afainat tLeof .
othcr : that those gentlemen were I Ion I of a to
purposes. appointed a joint commitfe 1 MILL at his place, two and a half miles East B J.WaUoadee.are reqeatee'
subscribers Levi J. Ben! ,for therein toprg,
:&n.3ct fo incorporate the of P D'acolt." the of the !'! Talh.b31lee will b oil times supply ly purposes them .
city part Senate to unite with a committee of the HouseofRepresentatives : rearl\ at to contained we will proceed to sell! lathe hibest witbout delay aa J hall prescat my VoocLcta
** Asi act to incorporate the Presbyterian Church in T IInha.. s"e.', r with Lumber( and haI16.'se wio may fnror him to -
to wait on the Governor and inform him, i'h JOHN. GAMBLE. ;.iddtr ior cash, attlie Curt Hou e intbe'tovn of l thriI.Terw, !:;, ,4_ Cj:
I" appIiq.twn.
"An act to mend an act passed January 30h: 1839, entitled that the Legislative Council is now ready to adjourn sine die. I Ne1ur.3lh'a.ll1ne 23, 18 iR. 46-tf I I. : eon. II,* 4 day ol' March 1333-; .-*-- PrOFT. -II, per a. SnaJ acltleineat and. ai far.. A.

an. dto: i1corpoate:die city of ApalnchicoJ.res ):." Messrs. Wood and Burritt were the joint committee No1-RE. -' lye -nveycd IIIlaiJ 1'rQ". .,wit : I.oisNo. 99/98 charge from the farther admiaj>f.tali.f
".. lutiOD.to allow John P. Duval two thousand doU irs for for appointed I )102103.104. Oa whfeh is situated the TaerD'"n estate. THOMAS M. 5fcerir .
C IiDbe IIt1 of the Terr .*' the House. j1fauhscriherjntorms friends and the rnb- I wn '$ tht! Florida House, and lately occupied and AdlD'r F'; ;
I ?; 1fry
: tic, th it he ha purchased the entire stock
The committee for uid pf.l.lS38.
the k" .
; ','A.r ..ol ti!.:requeating.tbu Dclcgire' in Congress 'torn this; reported that the duty assigned trade, vflh1Y.&L & HCTCHIXS, an
Territory" to endeavor.to: "procure an appropriation of five thou- them had been performed, and that they were authorised by the hereartcr i bcrunnnard in his OH a 'line in lilt "m<, I DAVID IIOLLOMAN. Leon Superior t.oJt.ts.'J:

nodQlIar. Governor to he bad no further communication stare o.-cnpied by th\m. JJr"IQln his 'Ia'ks of Florida. gr. '. .. ,
to repair ''he court house in Walton county. say to make to < : t. : Jan. 171839. 25s!: Trustee I
the th; public lor tie hbcrj i ml'ntlle I las, Thorn a Bruwo ComptX
Houcend that encourage re-
A-resolulion requesting certain individual therein they were at liberty to I
. to servo as adjourn.Mr. C"rl\ed l, and be 'iches a coDti.'iiaiice of tIe same. A LL jervDb mdeb.ell 10 the es'ate ol Lakey vs. rloOn,
I' Delegates to thu Convention to be held iu Charleston, in April. Dozier was called to the chair, and Mr. radewell offered He Iia- on ,-aiidnd wil 1 c.muuue to keep a *ei enl lI' WatTsderessed late of this e.anty.III ra.ilc-.!C. C. VilianisJobn L:1 utbmaa d al. 1 eerDefeudants. /,

. next." : the following resolution to wit : as"rt>nent of sjch gocd as ore necessity for the I I payment forthwith,and all persons having claims *
A the in from Resolved I town and untry tr.ide. lie invites ul!| those who ':aiDt said estate will present them ,properly ou- I JJ the order of p tbica>ion maJe in the ,alore
resotuIon.rcqursting Delegate Congress this 1 unanimously, That the thanks of this House be date ouistind.n: accounts previous, to 18.H, to ecH I IheIJiC"at"d (ori-ettlement.withjn the time ptt5cr bed case-the name of John Lawivman,one .f tlrjodantstlierein
Territory to endeavor provide for hn additional member of the I tendered to the Hon. Edmund L. Drake, for the able, dignifiedand I I and settle tbe sa'ne. Order fiora tl.e nntr/will by Jaw, 10 the ."b 1 ber. ,baring been arcuteHtally oaiiu

% Legislative Coun il fro.rn'lhe. counties of Calhouu, Frankli: audI impartial manner in which he lirs in 'I be punctually a.tended to, and goods famished at CIIAS. S. HBL Y. ted, 'and it appearing to lbs satisfaction of slip
presided this I
House Court that he .
I : Columbia." l theluweiimirktl pr'ce.: January 9h.I63J. 33tfBLANKS. i not an SnltabiUBl of tkis Territory
during the present session. Tl.e but livrv in the Stale of
l.igiicst prices given for all kinds ofronntry .
A resolution requesting our Delegate in Congress to procure Which was read and prol"ce. ALEX. FORMV DUVAL. G anal A&s--rtmcnt of Blanks It U iLciefore ordered that said defrndanf d.
unanimously adopted when the printed no
the eiLablishmeot, ota: Post Office at };Kuchreannn in U'lihon county ker resumed the ; Spea- Talahau'e! Apiil23. tKH 38-tf A good f-aper. for sale at this Office. appear and answer the Camplainaufa. ac.
: and appropriation of twenty-five hundred doll
the road (rom Lagrange to Marianna." to the House .ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Su-nmoi a, Bi'ls! of Sal, teased; and that a'copy of this order be pub: tlieri
.* :Mr.. Manly offered the resolution S..bpeena, .Jfornfy's Declarations, to thwith in some newspaper puLlnbad in lh*ctyof
A resolution' requesting our DelegJle in Congre to endeavor 1 II following : I TALLAHASSEE, FLOMDA. Warrants Ri-coiiizancea. TIdbasse! for four months suecessiTcTy.

I to procure: ? appropriation of$5,000 to repair the road from Jick- : Resolved, That the thanks ol' this House be presented to HAVING resumed the pmetceofbis pr.fe, ion I &c., & '. &.C.&LC.TllOKBUKJN'S ._ By eider of hi* honor, .
suuville to Rose' Bluff Jos. B. Lancaster the chief clerk thereof for I his prompt attention loanjrbustcesi THOMAS RANDALL Juic.
Esq., the able I
pntrus'.rd hit in GAKDEiN
to charge, tie Superior Cuurtm of U I e SEEDS. TuttR.G. WtU-Ft-jiD Clerk.
H. K. CALL, faithful, and courteous manner in which he has discharged his Middle' Districtof Florida ar.d in the Coon of Ap 1M ARDEN, Gr... Clover, and Flower seeds of _Taiha'.e. Nov'mberi9h' 1838'Ic.cr.

Governor or florida.I arduous duties during the present session. 'I pea *. \g'thc growth of 1833.Abo TAKEN TJF '
Office on the south side of Wa bingtt>n Square. a small 'cJI of Dablia
Which was read, and adopted, when Mr. Lancaster returned Hjacyuth. Tulip, 5CTA small
Feb. n. 1838 bay .
.. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) 2RALL Peon,Crocus and Tube ro e root and an aiwort-. HOJSErappee t be 6 years
; .: .
I "? ': his thanks to the House for the kindness with which his labors .M, no partieolar mark lie ..
*- Tallahassee. March 1839. / persons hiving ciiitn ng iJD\ the estate n.eiil of Fo""f'r P<'U for val hy ; owner caa .1'
were appreciated. G. "'i I.off decd. are h(re'l. notified to WADDEL, RA.NDOLPU LEWIS.Feb. by applying to the Overseer on mv.plaBtatioo. and
I To the.Senate. and Ho/ue of Representatives of the Legislative The House o'n motion of Mr. then sine jreeut, their accouot,an I bal! within six months Feb.2 Itt19. 'ZGif paying fur this ady t.eQJcnL .
Thigpin adjourned die.
\. c Council of Florida.GCKTLCMCN from ,a'e apply t. tie coui.ty court for a ttu." disbjr I ICE. THOS.' B-WWS.

: I have approved and ordered to be deposited in HENRY BOND.oe. IX we k* lifter date application will b. irsidc _October g7th, 1838. |J

thc officcof the Secretary of the Territory following ac's and 12, 183:. a 6m to the ILin. J aie f'T the County Court o'1h.dl.n Commission House, Mew .

SENATE.The KmK.IANUEIl; 4f'1'l1Y. & HAN.\ C'-nniv for letters ailministraiioo U"I h!c. LONG & GRIVOT, .
resolutions. : committee of the Senate to whom was referred bill for commission Merchants Itl.e of John Campbell Lite of*a"d County deceased. HAVE established '. IYeS at New 0rItuf
1AD..ct to prevent the future exercise of corporate privileges by a I Ntio Orleans.Kefcr transaction of Commbswn Businesa

certain banking:"corporations." the relief of \\ m. G. Davis, made tbe following report: ti R.K. Ca.l, and Iltnry Bond. NE1LL CAMPBELLJan. "nd 'solicit tbe rwtroniige of their frieadsaadlki

nwiAn.ctlo utter and fix the terms of the Superior Courts of the Your committee in obedience to the order uftbe Senate have had J Jnn. 17 18J9. 2.M_ 19. 18-59 6t pubic- to Which they nleJ'e c 'U'.their- beat-----CCTWM-M.--..- .

J4 Apalachicola!DbtiicL" under consideration the Mil (lor the relicfof W. Davis, Jailor of Si. > FORTY DOLLARS REWARD.RANAWAY Arril7 35--tr.

I rAW.ettoamendthe several acts now in force in relation to Johns coui.ty, with the vouchers, and beg leave lo report that the :! from my plantation about two lT1iE subscriber New, Firm this aieoeiati.

e1ettloQS.: !" t Auditor has properly rejected the said voucher as uncertain aud Ii negro fellow NED, about 31 11 selves togedier in bwiacM day under the d 1DL finsa
i t.t act.io 'amend tbe several acts incorporating the town of vague ; nor do your committee deem it just or proper that the Senate y and ran incline.*ofa.r.to flea limp r six somcu feet high.hat short in hi.black walk.whiskers It Ui of GORMAN HALL. They mill! krtpoa hand.
should! the bill for his relief for the at all limes a general assortment row1 .
4 :.tial.a.'? pis following reasons : i p r> habIt be will make for Columbia S. C.
j*cAn act in rehtion to public defaulter. .** tho J.iilor should have proven his account at court before the Judge 1;, The above reward will be paid for his delivery tome W1L C. C.P.HALL'GOKJXA5, '

; *. An act to mend the several acts and in addition to the acts re- as the law requires him to do ; in UJH there can be ro difficulty, as sx miles from Tallaba.eelfulten' out of the They expect soon torcceivea. he assortment or
the magialrate sheriff, matshnl who Co-partnersb Ip.John Territory ; and $-20 if taken within tbe Te rritory. -
;:II: I U. lat Ur to,ronntv. court** I or court committed a prisonerto M. Bryant A Charles Nuitz WM. Spring Goods.Tallahassee.

., '-* Anact"td authorize the Brunswick and Florida Rail Road the custody oi tbe jailor, can always show tho dale of such commitment iritf thisil.iv intend i-to C"--par.n l.iji Feb. 9 1838. TRADEW1U.L.27tf .Jan.5. 183 -tr, .

Company to extend their improvements into the Teiri'.ory or Florida.1 ; by hit record ot precept or older of said court: And the under,the firm of BRYANT & NU1TZ, and hv Nottee. >
b. gbtJU1lbe entire stock in trade of the K:*. ALL persons are hereby cautioned and&rrar*
time of a prisoner's discharge can ccn.iiuly be ascertained in the ing P. II. SWAIM&Co.MKUC1IAMTS cot to trade for a certain'preeaiacory B
?. tbeii
ta ef G'erartlin. inform HJ
c met rsf ":Ai2 net to am nd the several acts to incorporate the Lake I, same manner. The oath of the party should not be received ns friend and the Public in srenerJii, that they will Comn.i.'oIIStor&Forwarding dated some time in the month of Nortaber' }SS7. .

Wicueo'a nd St.:Joseph Canal and Rail Road Company." evidence.of ;h<*justice of his accounts. This practice U unusual. contino to carry I'm the Watch Maldnl and and payable on the first day Janeary, 1839,w b
: and'never allowed in the settlement! m.ide the it Businesn, at tho well e&tabli&bcil old I interest at 10 per cent per annum icrt&e aum.'ef
at woold
** law in Treasury And General Dealers in Goods
force. Dry
An act in addition to tbe military now three Lboaa.. tit rw mmdreJ a net tfairtJ. hfte.
'r i at once place the public money 'within the reach of unprincipledand I laud. Ihcy It U"r tt.emsclvesto n'ure a slcre! GROCERIES PLtOVISION&c.P. 3-1 00 dollars and
**-ln.act te incorporatr Bank.of ApaJachi olu. any of public ...ati'onlle by their own aiten'jjii aigaed by Juf lutua.Jbtoe.1s4
H. SV/AIM, ) St. Marks,
reckless individtal.I then W.Alston and nude
.*T An act to alter and. fix 4ho terms of the.supe lot courts in the and by the aM'stance of two ex'Tiem-ed; workmriifrointlie ERASTUS COMBS. J Fiorida. payable to David
Middle Dst.ictof Florida.'" I The vouchers, so railed as exhibited with the bill, are i in fret orlb.11 Articles left lor repair with ,.HEY have large and commodious warehouses Barrow or bearer. as said RICIJ'D.rote has beett fully pailanddisrbargcJ.

i without form, matter, or certainty. Tbe could have had John M. Bryau*. will he fo-jnJ at the ahu-e E'tnblisamcct. Wu1TAZJan. S
entitled Judge not JL fur the of cotton and cicrrlijkduc.akd .
D.et io'amend ao act nn act :o incorporate' tho St. SI. storage 1839._24f Agent for D.Ban w
Cdnal any[evidence before him and must have taken the statements of the I will pay particular attention to receiving forward- -
Aads'evsand .
Cbtpola Company. CIIAS. ISUITZ.November ; CHINA GLASS WARE /
I ;iAoacl for the relief of Major Charles M .f's." I jailor as true, with the slight kno'IP.tJge.hicb he ecmti 1 to have 17th. 1838. 16t tf ing. aud iu the shipping United cotton State and They roerchandiso hive to any F REN ell China, Tea and Dinner.eUsWim
port constantlyon
_ that certain prisoners which he named was in the custody of the kr. Por.l. W./f.FRAKCliT3
RAD art Jo provide for building a Capitol and for other purpones." hand a large and extensive assortment Good y
_ o time. He does the 1UYsots Robert Gamble Jr. and John T"!laha*'*e Jam U. 1833. 33tfNotice. f.
t *'t A resolution in, relation to;the publication of the laws in force jailor Home not.sp'ciry lime of coimnitmenl or IY..tG.Gsunblejr. and friend John fall description, which they will sell low in loU

:i i. .iktsTTerritorjr.. the day of.1 heir d sclia rge. ParKblH EsqVare agents my, and will attend tout purchaser, for easli or approved credit. I j
Most of the rendered my They hope by a strict and attention to the DANIEL McRAE.NY w my authorized a charges the Fad Davis for the Terri | prompt
by service Ab'enc ( I
nre nw rom
I 7**,A resolution requiring the Auditor to audit and pay certain act In my businessduiing inlt-rests of those entrusiiu business to their Dt'of the estate of Job T
care .
COGDtt," perfoi med' :from' the year 1836 lo laic in 1637. The charge for imprisoning tory. JOHX G. GA5IDLE.: to'merit a continuance. of the liberal patronage I Jecof; Leon Codniy. sl S '.

'iA: retolotioo requiring lbs Auditor of tbe Territory to' and releasing.a prisoner i is twenty-five crnltf, not tw'nly-. June 44GROCERIES heretofore enjoyed.St. IJEBE* -JATUW.. '- A..r' .l!
tit ftgajnit certain defaulting revenue officers." live' cents forimpiironing and tw nty-6"e cents for releasing ; seethe GROCERIES.Low Marks.JW.30 1839. 2Gtf October CO 1533STRAYED- 1
AndJ.bare disapproved berewithVetnrn the art in.titat'j act of' 1832, page 59, two accounts ngunst( Luke Drfily and _for Cash or Approved Paper. JLAND.FOB SAL.. OR STOLEN. "'

_Y :tpr<.by lottery m om.f''mooeytAo buitda: Masonic' i 'James Carrot for their imprisonment is contrary to law ; becituso'they I The undersigndr.ae cell:Ttjivaiuu'rvfued.unauthorised for Cut. \Vhita ISOUacrea of lAnd tn AVERT .mail;bfaueiaher SORREL. :lace L4P and'love:' PONiT BMM !

were witness s in a case pending in court, and fur fear they : jo*. recpi,ed, per aeh II ." in and tail '; .d or ctaUc C i 7IUlanus
tk*icity.of iTallabaiAfte, and fork>0 !- .. Theme Mtbt Tiger Island Uammock near the ay was earn by lot *
wkjohtjietnoney ia propoaed to btftalfosV. ic unworthy of the noble might get intoxicated,they were pent to jail to keep.them suber. : fan aloon' 'neral, from.Bal ,- :: Wacufla nv r, in what 'is called ,the *,abobt the 16i&'Detnh r. 'Any.ptrwa Hf I
.msOflneit.tf -
: more, a < turning nr givinanT infbnnation'abcrat'
uhruld :
If this be th whir tM poMf
"jof,3t ppropri ton.7 I Tojpp 'ilhe 'lottery 'y.!fmail the coarse pursued throughout Territory every Gnu'eres! ,:osi tiiiif in part of.th following Wa oi a survey, and known as No. ,17, 1?, 2bim.g .hallb. liber4llynwaixU: ::; *4'I I
_ witness that the district : dl ink -
attorney apprehended, might' too article. .iz : 3i'>5, \ 3UO acre* each for the convenience( I
penjiciou l 'and I QBT..W.-W1LIi4M*
mMl speyirfrof
derfloralttiog gambling r
D cannot
r much liqoor, the committ 1feDf"8I1d jusilv believe ihe whole 17.000 ton BaUiaioie B ron, rUl buen.the tract will divided, No. 17"and 12 1839, ji jilaD.
gtve W..my.u :tioe;even for the meritorious purpose erecting revenue of the Territory. would not more than cover annuilly; tbi i OOO", '.* eniedhjm,. 19 are lvid d by.18, whieibaIaoCiruI! by Judge 1 .
_ 4 atwpls dedicated to the holy iStiJo i. .I rbspect the ancient or- I I 5kezc family Lard, I I Beri.i'nJ24and i t5j adjoin, mikn a square TeD DoUarsRewd. : I
: dbiawary too&1cbI1 to *.oclit*U with he desperate for expense; particularly t the .eounly.,courts and .tho'magistrates' I SLblidri .d Lee(tongue*, !E. 1140 acres'of the licjicit hammock and 30O ad- (STRAYED or at' leD'.tal t.1J.-ai"fof Jiawry j '
; 1 .japllbli "-JsliouId-'coiuiider the-: temple of its should resort to tbe.same" Spanish plan of confining witnesses in ']0 ," family "Uj"" joining of excellent:timbdrrNo2kH( in the centreof K: lOth from the stahl of lb*Pluten Hotel aB r
P r jail. MrriJayu atates be iad no commitment' for Ned and StephenIernan'dezti 1 nt-2" -" ,I" the hammock abon,'!aadteOfllmaP4a. a. Urge I Mar, th a,amalt"hlteikherfi.land. aJaaws*,q!
% mvypeIJdbauchaa association ;. the 'act is therefore I t.aI'. Ita b.: .q .I' 'A I : I bags Laguira coffee. land will be old,very lowae; fourth e,lib, ami 4 and5yeVo I '.; 1. ia .:. ; ....,: : K.' CALL wbiletho courf".1.Ju' 'sexsion. Tho.amount, of ih".account' for.one 31 bbU ioda, butti r,sugar,and..wat.trerek.erL -1 remainder in one two nd three yearThere, is her delivery t W. E. Rateiai DM Ptj4r j 11QUI
of-'thepefsonris$88' 5aiidaniccn ntoftheoiherisS9 62 U2.Oavis more than 100 acrta of cleared land. or to ,ELIAS leELT.&Yl
Y-t Lg" ..: f j 4 1'I Coveinor oftFloridca.WWdl'Were't'eOd ... 'J .
,a .u y. t. .. : should have shown by the order of the court when these II lows: !'oaf snjar. II n: if. BERRY. 21n1 cousty 'F 2 t;:
4 .h. ;. n. iI : .
\ ;. andwhen: cur'tea, extra Marrh 2d (1839. 3041
,. .' irHqnW*were'committed dischar :fd." 6 1.2 qiality, ,
.' : .' ; f .. : en\.1OW I
iAh1dl11fl- oj SO boxes bun h raWm, Notice.THE ONthefiinTeetthTrnJUri
-I Tbe Senate would soon become an accou'ntaniY office, and be .. --cUE *.TiTe, 'Tboas
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4o.gi ."t\I. k '. 40.1:21"-! Partnership: Ierefis' e f'XiMiUri".ti.al J
t' > 'RXEO 'rIVE OFF1CP.; cotopelled;'tfjbry acted on such claim as;now presenii1eith rto of&TEWART B cooa'j: ,all) the aefiosli of A KM Crerrtt, dee. na I
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.i,1.2xi-: J 'W4 i Ta abai eeJ March, 1839. d lofef rpfrtjwjiittrce i :to f the,.Territory,:or ibo i individual :applicants, a* 1 6 c,$s Lond.-n portr. dissolved by the death of the. senior Pr'ner" allt..tin ofm.I.wouia mel ii1saa1asthe lud.tf). I

::7b ';. 'f' t'Q'; IlfF ieiittitlv i f'1hc. -' e'.1.illatiu, .it roust be obvious to'this body that it could not properly investigate A general Qf\\ient of wines and 1 Ikpor persons indebted to the firu are requested to'make I:said nhieh d ceaM'h 4 decEased<*a btmg fo.fe-rly ofTIO adin.ne'4-wtUon iapn'C i I
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Ri.2at ;uC l.Qt"on4d. duties Also, immediate scureatnt, and all luting claims will! I" '
accounts so numerous.and jajioqs, and discharge the high I JESELATItAd.aitrti. !
.I lrlt!! ::'; .1 '" .I niiil, plca'e present the aame. > I" '
t-.I r" .m C ; 'ie JtutioD ue'd'b''' thEWbTXp4sfttifi wb'ich : man J their time and attention.- Your ncommittee doetu.it All. nfvx 55 keg Inch "ill S'pre ba' si'd to sit pup'hade's, athoes.ile 1 : E.BARNA RD.Jr. urvag, Paitner.TallabaweeJnty ,. l 'n"ari29't ltcfs:.: idl''ril ss.

\ jJ 11i GovernOr certify4t .bud policy inlerjera.wir.hi' i ;,e duties of !the officer appointed, under'tne'laW'tb or retail!, J Jw for usb or upproveJ paf.r
---, p@l sVpff ***r*.***T** f+*ft4.w%i 4 \Vhh" *r rj dill *"(lOn'to.1mpl1.bI..S. .e'uYe"tho accounts against" the;.,Territory where:tbe store nn.t. dvH r'.lo. AJo, ". Kerr &Kirksey. '. II F A.NC ,ANUSTAPLE OOODSVM : -'cAh"'dW" CB1MHL' :.jt 1'#': !
; n o : D.: C. & J. C.:WILSON. H. FKAJSCI3 offers ILL ataed the eaoaiax' $ :
oiI uuorRereent.tive': all proper 8: :applicant bns not performed f his duty in -arrangu'g' and)having i his' : for sale. a general
Ihosubscriber .r tab tI lli4
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; 18W.: 31t if 4"l assortment .nf Fancy andiSiarU Good* ,
if: ai fi\ \dnhJtsreemeflt. wiieh J appearsWffftJ ,accounts'Bhd\TOuchers: properly certified 'or"proven, .and vil wbu'dbe \ T T.lluluM-.Vaicb7 _uth.iliIht, or consisting in part of Silks; Shawh/Wortred'& es tbe West Wt eT;L$ktbe Jacbie. I

to I 1t >uU >ti'.i tV'uhjeci. of atfpropriaiions, I. wise aDd just never to pass any rflief taw, for, any 'peraon>"ex- Lr.p1'niywagun in lust-r..Uaha.1dasiSotrpt t'Q- liD nod lacceapcsi; English thread ond bobintt;; >t> d leedinr to'Md's s' .TIIe ltJ.

z 1 .g. ir )afc S rla&inl'sVouU'take pUW 'untfl a \"bi err' bh-Olt appears that the applicant'ha* conformed to''tho!fcqiiiittont !- N EY.'itb.day.one J.11t,:1.ilfl IOLJ% hiu4"f\Uit I"J and .atnill ro.ooI es'eo es.' bre-adclotlis,.caaaimerea,saltiaeua.:'aadVtiUn'iJ are. 10..r't't'doflsn a.....M..113h_ '- ':.'i,
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Ii ,filt'KaW'u Vplace, hbtiCflthern.! :I of tbe 'law, and I he officer has evidently, erred In'''decidinggn1s the-lI.c'k. 'Any perron* r tarrtin. *:iauli 1 poney ; 'cotlnn thirtiifgt,'o'cii burgi4c. A'so 10" er. 1 .' .
lit afler the 'oh
hats boaic and shoes for sain low for cash eipira&awa 0
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well -o'thtf countryTitiLjfla V. Marl," Th nas.C untj Georg.at' to caps .
V. II dutb'11o11. as a. ( hit claimJl; :l aurle \ < credtu .' ioenre a mars with fctr jiMlibrpa4t
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\., committee in this that (bo ac .. l
thit" 'I < ;t Your cnn see nothing case requires allji aU espncr.paid. .Jan.51833. -. *H f ai4 i
4 ) 'gujoVtorneafff r'debroroend that jHe joioV! coramitleedendeavoV I 1loptpff| r tbe fcteniiJe,.JJW/W'it';)aralldit'mgtibbed, fro"I1L.8 thousandotherclVmi'i'mcb !-: -, ., ,: CIIA11LK3) MARTIN.- ,.-:T.WJ4TTDOLAS &,W__&. !, ". Abdrew.Jacbott' t Q .eUTi.-rt f ."! ."i iI1OhtfIa"i. I

_, I =B'. e tJy'bllfto"pro'ldu: ) the proper ;lt j 4.u4it9Ij inPfe} '..wmpetent to.. loycstigaeipcte4 March 14; 1839,-3t Tnon.ss. O''G o.' .DANa way'from'AiyUplafltaUod t.n*miles l Snth. "i1M"'1a' i thaldbyd .1.1UU
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Ti sTilIeJpn Ui JStla l'ttHa7.agio ,
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: i'Hl'\t efl of each fouler it i jiroper.that.! "It c.re'a cJ cc.. r v.Jti.aD i.a"In be in a.LegisktvbuJy -ThoTIcE..: !'. *' .W.i&1.:.' 4by :
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". i wan ..abGQtZ tJ years
ouId add.that I believe foip of Abe, paynicptsMQettc'a Sy' die crowded. ntnporint'b"t v.. ," t. \ .11 ; : ,. .THE eitlscriber hating ojatosed of1&i' 'int!r- c-implojlocr, about fir*fact 18..I inebf*Eijh fKaw aa ; ..n.dl.S' J.ttll. .
H MiSt W tn"e' .rV liberal'tbartBpproprialloiw ftlt& 'Yt1I, 1b rJroi r..j "{Hp i f l t to''stlije'8 id ; i _tte plaiirs1ljteUsdesirousot'eJosiflg. aceduntor African, and speak bttkei&lM aa thrift>f TbWMoore D i..l\bL ', '
lebirroh book
I_ apscific of Congrew will permit, and Wthii rutid Mn idhiIid th1'i bill 11J1ch (1e. re 'rp d Iolmcith hwbinlriet. : AtJ' f rttiJccu'elly icronMo< ewed call% andpetU I *: a few:Riie) *frowjTAllakdhBM' M. I eIiject Qi1DCW: .1l-1 MJ .
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J lfflfr4lTi>lTTntiffftiur' ofub r1lou*e.< ; Ji! dd 1,. 1)rR ''iV 1 JbiWitii :id t iaid''PjiJ; t tt : HwnawA;:. ..UffJWfy b Jq'$ L1U. ..,It. be ii in tkaj' .uHor ood I Xto &'y.irwirt'I 16 fMt. '.
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TSS. JedT .cLnoflfi.K .nA"Lt i'SfBTjbsooO mrf lfc ltlt tJ; f 'S rm"riJQt; Pta'oUri'ITwteVorn"caie| 6f jktssdnce Mr. J. W.Cbdtf4tittalt2n will be paid to'any perstw pprhen3 &UQdtTiTAr
filMtuIom" r Idiot Mil : y" : hetarre proven'beforfi di nf tli aiaa .fetofft ta ,econfiDe him so that I rtln an .ir.rlm t ;.ietn..Aj
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