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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: February 8, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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the Ladies of Georgia and to the South P.L 0" ': d ,.. Dd' W'<., ". Jr'from..lf6rthC ., :
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'peclfuUy.ubm Ued. It is lwped that it L : stand towards',then Far:'rr C;',Ai.
will receive their and
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aUnti ppo4tcIntstht bi" .r .
meet their apbati since i for their "LAISSEZ NOUS- FAIRE." jbesa o'.ti lfnqcr.t 1

especial. bf tht th work is projected, I, antI Q ii a reason for pro(e diriwith i tl t r.:.; t'i

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PROSPECTUS. : I: WWm. cmI1 o 2 1QI.III. a reason fur maro$,'01'action. bruit .fa rehubr_ -
Il'UIIDIDYAm1l n
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tnbmiltinjr tho following plan, we would first I ULis-; Yba. aThQai and.silence the ,ciaimajnUjinirtant ..l and to 1-

IN the attention of lit* La"ici and all hope> Vegetable PalmoiiBry Balsam I CALL TO-MORHOW. I that even .; elements I create advescatid eii W rio *."*cl*inata2L: ,"

wko fed int.!reled, (and who ore hoMe that do Tho reputation of which, hDI I become t T Two'trt nicely put together for tlveac.SI they are enjoyment (and with one hand what he was secretly giving der the (o'emmeDr.-'llmr.rbJ'1lakiDg
noL) in the welfare and improvement, of the female| the most afn and e.tbJsled ai commodatlon of debtors[ man/ though fleeting) which this with the other. such vast fraudulent -
efficacious I at large; or, if the world contains, away Rtt(th'o{ King commit eJl iin.. T:;..U. di*. .
sex, to the condition oft tjic) S.Jther press.Nttily j d, l reader likes it better J are never fully tasted but by ted
all present publications j which issue from it nro Coughs ever .covercil for that large debtors. Alas religious persons. Those abundant no fraud. He signed the grants to some 'tribuUng the soil of Ire country, in)nwderata/

in it* political( diICUiIIOnl and their col. ''Infuenz ,of elldl Blood Asthma, Wlioopiiif glorious morrow which never comes! that of pure delight which sources gentlemen of his household ; but he revealed proportions, among Us citizens; Lam for. the
Spitting and f are to be found
eDtafe all day still in the
limos teem with occupations, denial, abuse, and I the Lung :lrlctionl t pay hoped for but never known Master heart, the intellect, and the and annulled them. He did not leave it 'lo I cultivator &g\ nat the speculatorfor'the;

crcrjr other form of WI rldly warfare-car rind on : IM pri-Fenting this useful remedy s to the Button calls, by request with his bill as never received in their fulness imagination, are tho world, to judiciary, (to the municipal]. .ttry colorrist ogaidst the "ayoucljer ofth.*, '
public his I' "
l in language fl frequently unfit for "cars polite and I proprietor ia a ui'iorisod' by I Physician from I'/ }'ardstictctith his name flourished at the and why 1 because btt by them: law, to declare his grants null and void. He I'Duke of lngon, the Count".of Punonrostro,
culled and
telilom to delicacy w tieh whom bottom they are the
gentleness I the of their
recipe was confidentially immediately under getms did himsef! what honor and Don Pedro de
tu 'received nnd Jaw Yargast.l for
future
;I' nnd required and the
to the female oJtiled. payment .
so ;
belong peculiarly !r. elate that he has used mom glorious being and
it
Ilio 'few eln rucl himself, and in Ii" cxtonsi -. and directly opposite, 'errors can only rebuked, at the same time the insult I country, against these (
Of
literary pnjrdTs published Suulli of vc practice in Pulmonary offeclion ted excep. flourish in a soil akin to that offered (to ;enterprising' gentry ;
the Potomac there i is not ole exclu.-jvc.'y: dedicated effect. The happy "; nutonihhing / ; for tailors never ullow a discount for ned for them. In ultimately desti. himself in the consideration pretexted to and therefore I shall puh"iha bill 'with the
a
to the LADIESVe! have 'JelL tins want blo su'j' (combination of vegcta- cabbaging. His heart is worldly mind, life plants given for the more .
al 1 liinces ot for vigor since
which it i I cntiirly composed, bounding with the removed from their original soil grants ; they all bW// they oppose' it.
winch 'o nnd blissful and
ought Ltvupplicd we tJirnate
'tI'f ; to arc this
I propose false
make an rrT' rt to do *o. confident that our en. Liver peculiarly Dud Stomarhm adapted to discMt-eu of.the Lungs S ct;' alrendv anticipation he of 'money in, both pock., they exist, indeed but with n l li rhfoA n.:-., .L_ .pretext, : "It. .being, the_ interest ___IIavingcleared_ 1 _. .away this_ _rubbish, haviox
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dravor will he crowned with if nirinroo' --- -- n- fT/-.r.rt r. ,1nn: tence but how 0'.u" tmpcrown mat inc uncultivated lands should rt-movea mis, brush out o.f his path bavin
success wo c. This mrdicine b",1 In ;- degenerate is *
widl only secure the hearty of those : I and his hren u.ed very extensively! j home-his cheerful fireside his wife's lheprodu.Uon! be given to in shown that these Spanish
cu.npur.ilion fw f J : the proprietor Sin t | and ; smiles Every thing that wants religion great capitalists, order that they I : grants werenothlng
. ttliuxo wcliarc: we nro about to labor-The Liidioi 8 in whic1: i'has Iailtd i in lot kio wu a .inl iixtancc hi? pratiling children's welcome. 'Staff ty. Philosophy without wants v'lali- may be peopled and cultivated, from which but scare.crows, Mr. B. proceeded to answer
giving
. of the South. And w that for which rell.f il diseases I the constable,'shall be religion is criprjed flow the
.expect fartlcr cvcrjintclli U is recommended ; even in casts paid, says he to him. and impotent without the advantages pointed our by all politi : objections which Senators had made to
nt mind amon the aj.- ; poetry :
> sell religion has
; sex view 'for "
jiroacliin I
to i ,
'il cotiKiimplion; am tired of no ClanS. The the bill. And
attended him I first
with had he
hecdin! telling to cnll crown ,
to. no
and aid longer inter. wishedtorcmarkupot
with approbation; in j sustaining, an enterprise ul (the !f heart.stirring powers; life without V any
and
- designed to improve the mind. of those< faill.d.IIr Lung.mi.st, decided where anj all other r'metrllllJ: 'j of morrow. At length he reaches the dwelling a complex and unsatis/actory/ riddle religion the rst ia peopling and cultivating the Floridas ; tlio term War, which wns constantly used in
flatlerin' his .
:I without whoso cheering smiles! und Mioliiing coinpanionRhiji.hlb .i- attended its use. Common C"ld"! which succi-ss hati liberal patron, the knocker falls thrice arts '. hich address themselves to the; very I' and so the consideration suggested was false : this debate; aad the use of which term seem- "

would be dreary ard lJin Ikir world rally the rff-ct of obstructed pr"piralfon Irc, g' lie from his hand, and then comes a liveried' never proceed .0 far towards senses,I and fraudulent. :cd to carry along with it the idea of actual :

a d Cllrt \'i.III'1 its influence in Anv wil waiter-he presents his bill : then follows perfection, as Doubly dead, the war-the iden'of
a hours : when a when emplottd on grants are dead campaigns and battles between '
We wish aVo to afford tl : tld I religious again
..the field doleful subjects I
foi Rc
a shake
J1tirl r \lhI3 louIelrf, \VhecziiiLr nnirshorlnw of, of the head by the waiter, with then bo upon their conditions, which two powers and from this flowed
the' exercise of their own lalJllnJ ,r thcdcvelopcr.ient I- breath, il t'ivcs the ligion, call no object to I were impossi. ; ,
olthc resouecu of their minds. The lul.;l rod and "ieci. immediate In whooj,relief ing procurinif i is tr.inqnil I with astounding, 'call to.morrow. Poor fellow since the only sources of it which enjoyment confcv'11" I ble, and, with un, unconstitutional. A part all their notions of the legislation, aud Gov. **
; c.-iigh. hard are
of aiitliom lot some )'nrl pa ,t, have frequently /rival. It "peiates by jjentlo: expectoration i without and fir a effort he smothers his indignation, I ""- pure, are all enhanced by its possession"I of those conditions' were to people and culti. ernment action, appropriate to tho. occasion.

cnrulU-d shod the narnex an additional of Females radiance who*t gloriuus succor may be "iven to infarits \\ Ill perfect .af.ty. I I j one hasty word might lose him a liberal I Even in the ordinary comm r( ":'h .1._ I vate_ _I the country, and, to_ promote agriculture r Certainly, ., there. was no such thing as traria

of h:1 ." The "iords. on I the name For Kite by' RAMJOLPII &. LEWIS. I patron._ world, what blessing awaits--an exemption' : 'i them' 'froe of fleTe7- lliere had been "nO'de 'stICTI tor two ,:
\\0111 of cccli IlI,, havo bee n 2 G Again he seeks his port negroes, ami import duty -
jlr :'--- I shop, and mounts his I I from 'time low and sordid none since tha affairs of
forrod to ackn 'wleJgc lilt the Fcina.'n mild is: -- ---- --- board with heart spirit, the petty passions ; an importation which cannot be made t years ; Okeechobee. 1;
by no inoan*, dt .:il.IL In capacity usd intellectual I Provisions and Groceries. a as hot and as heavy as his: and paitry feelings which abound in it!!! under our Constitution.I and Calooaahatchee in December and Janua- -V

cndo"mei.ti", whilst/ ct the auio time, u ,? DC. WILSON & CO arc now receiving hy goose. journeymen come to him for their ry, 1837 and 1838. TIiesawere the last of *
pJ8. / I [Mr. B. hera read] th concliti',' f'
fCMiduf, Heroino from Trom Ilic/ Glolll. ? If expressed in
miprriiir tact. Baltimore. !!I I wages-'call to.morrow, he exclaims bitter.
delcaryald Loi.g' wan I I fypripr.i tins warlike operations in that : 'Sioco -
; grant.] country
of ;
:--orlnitil
{. Woman's mind "rori-iwl and Grocerie. 'call ARMED OCCUPATION OF FLORIDA.
in i Tho foilowinir ly; to-morrow
11/ltUI long wore her r "- I re.echo they into the then the Indians
cars I broken and
power un I rratl!"!, ami forced to remain inactive nllicl'! c'Jniprisn 1 part ol their present of their creditors-and I Here a part of the conditions are impossi.ble dispersed

or UI1CXetCtSed 1 by tile fore of con\'elli.mal Sir- stock, viz : coming from 'call to-morrow first Speech o/"Mr. EST' of Missouri in Ssn- for nny grantees to perform ; such as peopling driven totally out of the field-:have prowled (

tinge< icnl"; hut her chult urn broken,, and her li Baltimore. Family Flour, a'gentleman of the upper walks, : ; cultivating, and defending the I about in small bands, committing murders and
y berty ""is befit proclaimed. The I lur.t'Ha'" never stops until it rolls from the I ate, Monday January 12, 1840, in reply country; robberies '
ariiclc of! Mu"leii I ., gracelessly I and unconstitutional and by treachery and stealth : never fa. *
ftilh, that '\Vomcn hH'1 no souls,' no Ion"IT ob- f idc", mouth of the boothlacks landlady, who, in answer ,i to the objections of Messrs. Critten den, part are against I cingour arms.and and that
laws and flying hiding so
treaties ,
aint among ux. Let tlio Lid,its now "Sh'wltls, to his for dinner: I j Preston, aid. Strange. I such as importing negroes;
and alsl'rllLtr rrirnl request shrieks out, f and the whole false and fraudulent it was impossible even to'find them. This is
privilege we olfi-r them are
4\'n : in I 10' 'call Mr. pre.
proposed
olr to.morrow :, BKNT, in reply to the various .
work, a mrdiutn 'for: tho expression of iluir Fresh I d, ge:1.I texts, because the cession of the was the state-of things in Florida ; no war, nor
own S Glades Butter Could we tell all the evils that nttend '. tie men who had spoken against the bill and country I
view and ,
\ scntimcnU-, on ail that '\ I and any thing like it. Yet Senator use the terra
depending
consummated.
was soon
z aplt.rIIIS. U I- CI! ih, Ilu-o crty, to 'call lo-morrow in conclusion of the debate said I
iudrgree, to the wdfaret.d there might be ) that he
if I r ; some ; Three incessantly to which I should have no
DllII IIllru'cIINlt I times dead in the IvJfhda of the ; ob.'j
EI, IISII. Pine le
their Ap and Amcri-an of would with gran.
PCX.Li ; Cheese. hope a man's struggling the world begin removing some brush and
I', tfering the plan of a SOUTHERX LA. As""rlt. PicklePi'ld| Oy.tcr<, but that is impossible. I through had ; rubbish which had been collcctc and piled : tees, these grants havo another death to un. jection if merely used as a term descriptive 't

a DUS': HOOK, we do not i.it: it bo 'r'lnI31rlfIJ'IIIIJ Culs-iji, once a friend before up I jdergoin the hands of the present cJltimanls.r of an Unsettled slats ; but they attach grand

precisely; Mlilio to a work IltClt liko& "hal the I IVppur Sjucn, fiKsh Bnii'-h Rabins, who was unfortunate enough to make all his I him to obstruct the progress and! impede [They have all been transferred, and transfer- ideas to it ; they attach the idea of campaigns ._!
' II 1.lle. FIJ., Almondis Lemmons, customers his debtors. In I the of the bill.: He alluded
tforlh.'o Icnvo to our NII Starch! winding up his business passage to and battles to it and this
red erroneous
thr cotemp"rary ; I to aliens. They were transferred ; upon
j proba. .
Snuff,
pictunul Iti-galiu S-gar.", he sent his lulls in [ the three large to the Duke
of but grants
representations fa"llond dres, for was repulsed I ofAlagoa, for little consideration i idea, are clamoring for 10,000 regulars, or
bly,
the Winter Sp--rm Oil, CandJci! the or no from Span.
embellishment of their Soap, with the Count of 1'unonrostro
and
pc nun: be it ours to deadly battery, 'call : Don Pedro de
j Lindoerd, to-morrow 10,000 militia, to b sent to the seat of these
'iddL. pvidea arl. of Oil, Spirits of I ish subjects, in whose hand they were nullified ? ,
jiurily, olcgtiicc, refinement, and 'ljIIIIIOhite ; That Vargas which had been
\ morrow never came his brought into the dis. !
grace for gun adornment of mind. \ lcJd. Gla., family were, to American citizens, who would be ia. imnginary hostilities ; when the three to five .i
I tie Iri-h, ',, key, destitute! Ins wife died broken hearted and I cussion by the honorable senators from the thousand .
All \ superior do. which
l'.l may contribute to inform iiiC heart in. (li R'I ; capable of receiving the transfer if had arc already there. have not .i
.I!:. ,, I within : two Carolina they
: Rum. America n : the damp walls of who had spoken the
vigorale the mind, Brandy. a prison he against
. punfy the."feci'Is.::i and r.-linc soon I! remained in full force. All countries'; been able to gri a fight a !skirmish, or hardlya
the shtll be I TcrtllS Cash. No goods in future followed the beloved of j bill, [Messrs. PRESTON and STRANGE except
manners our CFpccicI care, i lit I u ill ht partner his prosperity ,] who foot-race in I
I our with few two object then to
work' may bo a useful aid t<, tj! voivig, nnd fairam' I I forbid.de'ivercd ti paid for,-circiims''. ai.ces positively and adversity. In vain he bade death 'call had invoked the ghosts of these grants, and mental a laws special exceptions the hue of fundi.: the tarm war, with the years.idea of war attached t:
?
liens
in against capacity toi.i.i
hnautiful
pn'parinv' llenlch'es for the I [W. 23.1 83\ to.morrow:' the full destroyer ,nays. hut. nn, ,represented. them. as valid title.! now owned i.i- :.. .. i- tn i it ; I wish Qnn atou, to look tn the 4 ;
scriwl. divlirge of the noble nnd ardnou .. 01 -- -"- ....- u.ih. .... ":.- : .. ,ti n' ?r scene nit ..
duii. visit and .n. .u. nIIIIIJU nil I -- -- -- -- --- ---- --
it is American
his
wilci ; last. DY citizens, all the
orroire on Uonian, in her varied capacity of! (.HarshaTs SiJe. Mr. l.md in the of covering good nations have these laws : above all, Spain has is : the warlike operations actually Mtinco _Ji hca :

DaujliterVifu and Mother. Ami we repeat that BY" virtue of two \\ rlt4 of Fi KH. i.-so.-d out i-,( Editor, if any one should ask you, ifthis peninsula Florida who would them, and has inflexibly applied them to her two years, and the country waiting far \
ililhe accomplishment! of thi high the court of Calhoun communication has a direct allusion. turn our settlers out of possession after they that
l entorprisc we snjierior cD'ny: at the I tell merican These species of settlement which all countries *-
confidentl7 ull.t( the aid and 8iipjrt, of enli'.rlu- lat.1 term ol said COM it, in which ilia' United Muto him to 'call to.morrow,' and you will answer I had pacified the country, and bring the whole possessions. possessionsshe have received in like condition for
med and : of has from intrusion with n ; waiting
ju.acious of both lexl. ArranreiicnlH ;'llrica j is pbintif. an I Augusta C' lie in him. I of them upon the Treasury of tho United guarded foreign
for regular id bo with ald diaries [Benedict. Cerberean and fundamental law armed colonists, who will associate first ia
\\il ldc several Ladies Ihir are ( 1 have J-viod .- States indemnity for their lost vigilance ; a i
Ser whose productions have already gamed them lii lt a brush in the
was
f'll i ei.i the Jite. path, which he Mr. B. '
court ,
ary worlj-aud Heveral gentlemen III Tallahassee, di.riny legal hours soil the himself al! support ; and who will fiud their iaduce.mcnt .
iIi 1 cumstances are embarrassed his even by king to but a
conduct would clear any
Tu in before
ifdl.lmul.hed attainments havo already 1.-en KCcuiedancotitribntors on from whom ciciitific tracts, X-> 93, and 94, with the thereon, bit.u ; his domestic relations of great importance.As more serious work. All these with Spanish suijectand a Catholic. Even if
einL illroVCllDll grants, Government
With nolf ftiij ..brv .. ions on tha art., may be .ted at the corner of )trcl Wai-liing- the prudent man forseeth the evil and lid. 'their sinistrous consequences, were valid then in the hands of tha grantees, these; home and a farm in a country .

xl-ectcd. Thin department ot tho work will re.cnf pin Slllart in the city of Tallali.-ito.er; Levied I eth himself," so should he always be careful before us to impede march paraded grants would be invalid in the hands of their I which their arras have defended and their ;
our but
f.rilet marked auciilior,. In short, nOllini ho upon be sold! to salirfy Bait writs acconlin" i[ that the partner of his worldly fortunes who but ; they are American claimants. enterprise ex plor.f. ;:
nothing
emitted whirl t< law. Terms scarecrows-nothing but the'
) ; tend ppccic.
may to give ulliealio.1Ich I.should be his steadfast friend Such i is the invalidity of the which Senators talk of covering the whole/wua-
DrLi character S is frequently skins of dead stuffed grants
; render it % the Marshal. reminded crows, and hung to
UI
w.1 atlrnll'io I IU\AL. with
up
I are paraded here national Iry troops ; they blame the adrn n ltrl.,
orthe in that to a bill of
prosperity misfortunes alarm the prevent
I'ared. and thou tu whom it is dcdi. J5.MiNon : may vision atd shako the nerves of the .
AI.Kl'r 1 tion
:1 for
ethttn ntco-ilic L,dic. of the oiitli anil XV.. i. ja n_Jj_ SCPort( come. When they do come, he will not living birdie These sir importance from passing ; such the scarecrows not so covering it. Do gentlemenmake
.'/ nniflam tw tno retjuihilo ntimlicr of'UbcriDraiay .. grants, are all dead calculation the numbor.of j.JM4.r .
.
uutaa .- .as. sea-- :" Jd r L_ .h't r. lll.J- which are to frighten the Senate from any
: thouand-aiid if we nof we uuU ImOUIf M1t flaw1 .n .
two the Ladies neeu cons nr. motes .
rait rem .t
Painter ? Tra ...1.n.i'T r r.iYJnnirf In m"Ir"W"jY -
tt
\il,mile 111"| and aid our rff.irts, that number (Of Philadelphia, Ut from Augusta, Ceo.) \lators and poets to assure us that ihe virtue of -dead uy impossible conuition9aeaa-by yet. Invalid? as om they flP.are(ro"Wft1\-t, they contain$;c monstrosities r i. 'J'.l"r"- .- ..a-.a_._t.m.s6LC-.-

,I not Joa: : !P21111 '. Let thorn urg their SB F.SPECTr ULLY inv.Us I.r!: '.niz n< nf TalJ3. :i: womnn shines out in the brightest lustre in'' transfer to parties incapable of holding them. make themselves with flying and floundering in the
which them abhorrent to
failure l.ii li ; I our
.. ,
udrf biolicr! and friend
171y soon dona.> ., and it i I" .&- 1:1.ls""t nl.dlt.l vicinity lo i a:'la nil <'\"itiiiue. I jpc the hour of adversity. Then it i is that true'affection i' These are pretty comprehensive and bold as. judgment. They were calculated to take all regions of imagination I Cover the vhole_ .

CTTi.e work will contain! sixty-four octa-j > : iiiieii of his url ill Portrait .t itl: \I.MunuHre .,.itlux t is trird. Then I it is that' man fiitlst; I I(, scrtions ; but not more comprehensive than I the vacant land i.i the two Floridas; to country with troops Why sir, at the rata

Ull V'ipagM, Rtichcd in o ue.il colored : tJil ro'rn ItCH the corner of Monrof. sir >-lBdWaihinj : himself possessed of a treasure which he !! the facts admit, nor bolder) than the truth re sweep of one man to the square mile--and certainly '1
which former .
w.1 on cci'urc, a few il'Hin fr'JlnIr. Ieitli.-! nvcry acre had been left by
appear monthly.,' 'rtrl Five doflrl' : per annum lot's (idicc.Ilaiiclsunicgilt. know s not of. The tender ar.d delicate being j quires. The grants are dead in every formin I concessions and to to The -graatee.", that would be a thin'cover-at the rate of

Vc J.I'a/C/ (III tlin if! livery .,t f the lr l n."IIII. : frimcs for Purtr oils an>l lfor Cd I ill:" whom he has never permitted the winds oftheaven I which they can be viewed ; in everyas.- ; convey one man to (the square mile, it would.reqnir
merely of but
::: not to
ix iiijrlily principalities territory,
important I! btalK. thtl all Ilic: mi :iiture to\isit displays I! under which they be I 45,000 soldiers .
too roughlysuddenly pect can contemplated. to cover thejountry. This
LC fuWctibers IISIIIKS uhicli may) Ite thim-} include bays, creeks and inlets, the mouthr of
!
be fUHnrderlj ihclnt of OcccniLier. IHII.j.noxl. Agl'nt. -jail.--10 -2' __ _-_ a strength of character, an unyielding spirit I i! The 8th article of the treaty with Spain for great navigable rivers, 1 extents of seacoast is what it would require ;. but to make lure

'. wil I thin II mind.JCPTltc .. ib-.incc NO'J'JCE.DUHIi. Irom. F'rida.: Barton C. of endurance and perseverance, of which noj'I the cession of the Floridas, contaias, in The and a.at number irge of islands both in of 45,000 men to stand on the ground about ;'

ir. 1alowwg! arc &utnc of the contributor. mv, j I one could have supposed her capable. A English translation, these words : four times that number would have to be authorizcd g
to tlin work. ; Of Monti'-cllo, is my iigi-nl and a It orJOHN :the Atlantic nnd in the Gulf of Mexico. : -
.,
I who loves her husband All made Mnrellic 2-lth of J:1 IfllG. for such tin casualties of the
A Church OD lu,Y. F. TLXKCR. woman truly regards granlv: :. Such was tha extravagance; of these ; are
rn.'L"f grants
Franklin ;
College, Gi-. i jai lt: 25 _,_ I disaffection and his honor as her dearest'carthh' when the fir=t PrOPs ItOII!, the purl < fill* Ca'lioiic: service, and one-third or one-fourth present ,'
tnifnutr J. \VaJdel1, Fnnk1; Co l,yc. I ------ ___ I :\.j! ..ty, fur the le' IUIJ of tliu Florida, wasiuiJe, and to justify this description of them. I will
) Iii Ilun' A B i.ongtreet. 1'res'i of : JVOTICJC.A I, treasures. For the preservation of 1 read their boundaries and the which for duty is more than any authorized establishment
Emory Collego. I II are liorcty! declared: and agreed lo b?, null! and rights
Liit.t JJrA :lcal". Prof} P!*.-- :CI'nl'I', Koioi-y t"JI'!' '1'* .J, tlnc, whollrr. indebted lo I"l' I itc firm t>f l these she will endure any privation, bear any vol.1." I I the V' nrnrtncprl to Con VCV. j! of troops has yt. presented in. Florida. ., s
- Rev ( II Kiuind) (iambic & Reid, lIC> earnestly r &U-d Inc --- - -
I'riiicipil of llie GIlrgiJ u- qur. encounter labor. : j f C uo Senators ren J.lhereports nna ra-
frcti'Tand Manual Lil-or t-cliool.% nnc iriv.ird uii'J c lof-o their acrwnnii iminedi.itcly. reverse, any :J Ji I This is the English translation, as found in [\Tr.ll.ller. read tho rRn:1: and refirrcd lo Ib i ircxtrrt. and do look tho
M, Ju: Jcssco lcII'pr. (:'orgia.: JAMES B GAMBLE & f.'U. I i Such being the fact, it becomes a husband's i our version of the treaty-the Spanish texts .] turns ; especially .they over

lion G .Andrews: Washington\VIHhiljUJ., fcorgi:. jail 2.; ?C_ I duty, when cares press and dangers threaten ; j still stronger. Such the extents of these arrays and columns of figures which the tables -.

Col J (II I Lumjikin, 'lx>xmglou, Georgia. J"Jn I 'I'URL. to make full disclosures to :liis wife res- Here folloalL" are grants-such present 1 If t they do, they will see that

)Kcv I F I I. \Vlttl4.li. Mudixun. Gvorvia. V i I J i g II n.hcriimcd h IT (lit ':m nt of regular* in

101 R M I Clmrllon. Sjv.uiiiah' Georgia. } small I lit ui' God Fnrnlurc; &:, winch: I of outward ills be allowed to dis- :!! "Do remain annulled, and of no value.- proposed to be conferred on the gran. Florida, of six regiments, was only half full;
i 'illl I le rold: mall advance on pressure .j i; Such are the terms of the clause ini is occasion tc look the
irn I C1131111.| | l.i-q. Macvii Georgia, at a factory piices.for turb the serenity of Home. Let the sun of annulling tees. There no upon that 2,700 recruits were wanting to completethe
be glad lo t-xclianj-c with tliofoJ' b CASh i t|the treaty, and they are more than equivalent these boundaries. One
Ten I\ hop, and the dews of aff !I map to trace grant regiment, of uhFch only about 500 were
ICVILSON c.
&
and CO. religious pure "
who will:1
S"lltll\! pHncre pnl Mo t our "null and void. But either suf. and the three '
are another together cover
lull cur : 22. 15J). lion fall gently on that san'tuarwhili j jcient joins ; in march to join their 'corps, and the rest to
Vi-e.L pure i
PriipctiJ5.
tithe and we come to the inch of \ clli1nd in the two Flor.
now application :
} "' I j ; every U1\gran be obtained that only about 2.000
r2C'ln. Gu'irgu November I Ut, I 18 "Bi-unsivlclT a l llorTduill LII( .-- I storm threatens abroad, nnd whe'n at last ; were pres-
- -.--- -. -- -. -- .- .- wind and thunder it will afiord 1 I lof this clause to the grants ; and that appli. i idas They were to take all-to take it ent, instead of the 5,000 which the establish

Valunblcsaudslor Sale. / the come, a j' cation is made by ui operation in the exact clean, from the Mobile bay to the Atlantic merit implied ; nnd of those present, after de.
1 If the defeated could I
rKiniu JL : "ut"rrilr haring 1 "rcalcr ,
ttisi i in his all is lost but 't
il | forJiiR cultimlion proudly captivity,
Ild own say .
. tCHr\Ilc comparison figures-figures, r.otof rhetoric United States to the Gulf of Mexico ; from
*
about one-half
for Mile llirn employed, only were present
/fU : honor the husband who has acted thus
l 01 Back Creek.vAluaJr a'''onl J Ihlrlc"1 nhtllns"I.tit.tttd inilr* i asl l I I IS tx-xv and "ujlcri'J'linr. U now opening for our in his adversity all i is lost but of 'arithmetic. The annulling clause St. Mary's to Cape S.\be! ; with all the ad. ,'I fur duty. If Senators look at the tables, they

Troui 'I 1 Iliihaiiscc, rontiiiuiiij, thirteen, hundred, 1.1 use. carr.yinc the rat Florida .Mail, furm. I I I wisely, may say and HOME." The I vacates all grants made after the 24th of Jan. j jacent i-lands in the gulf and ii; the sea. It j i will see these things ; nnd, that at the last reI '.

ICr'I, 60 i uhich arc in :high Mate of viilliva. ,fly ,wnllay! the I Alligator Route. but my honor my peace 1818. The dates of the grants in question, was an attempt to eviscerate the two Floridnsj I turn from General 1 Taylor, his force for-duty
t' which he has thus I
'" n, the 26th Nov. and affection preservedunimpaired
rcnu'uf ino lly rich liammock land, tvilh Schedule commencing of i are :- -to disembowel them of c'eracre of vacant j I
corrtnissioned officers
Ru U tho all that is leaving out was only
EEfhesj] the itecftiury f.l liouicmul "ltuurdingl; Leaves Mobile, Tiie dayntTJiuri'dayn&nd; S 11 ur comprehend most essential I To the Duke of Alngon, Feb. 6, 1818 ; land they contained-on the eve of selling nbout 1,200 95 07 ,
I ,
namely
men,
rained ,
crop this solace of the wounded sergeants
upon the
cn in
pluiitalion )f. in JMouilc Itav with grand
; lullI day-4 J at 4 P. rounecling I
To the Count of 6 them for for five millions .
Punonrostro February immense t
,
- an price,
urjiawed. by nny in I ho oiunlry. Another, about tin: Sew Orleinu: Sleamcr whc'i' they nro in Vc'IH.HI.Arrive spirit.-Hartford Pat. and Democrat. corporals, and 804 privates. This is nil that -CJ
enU ti e Mine difttni-fe. 1818 and l of dollars and all Texas besides, to the
uoiihrart from TulifliiisM-i! !, at A paln'IIIr.ol11ld THlllllla "el'. Wrdnedayr *- ; legal establishment of 5.000 men presentsfor

"11. 'tuiliiiiing about 700 aireu, cf rich .nk and 'hnko- Friday and Sundays and "l Charl""n Friday ABLEST MEN WERE MECHANICS. To Don Pedro de Vargas, April 9, 1818. United States. Supposing the King of Spainto duty ; and yet the gentleman talk of covering .

- 7J i5ltitf land! ;in\Hamilton iif, C0or70 acrl :in -ullivatu n ; and w, Sundayx, and '1'III.vr' IYs at night. Time, jn': There THE was a doctrine more untrue Thus all three of the grants are posteriorto t have concealed and uphed! these grants, the whole country with regulars and (
never
, cruniy, ah"J t( n nulo- from favorable] wt'atlll'r,3 1-2 dayit fioni Mobil*, and 4 the 21th of January, 1818, and, in the Ian. and it would have involved him in a fraud of militia
They talk of it but it is all talk. ; F
., ce Suuannee tipringa, containing at! ut 2000 diy" from ;New Oflenn to Charleslon, and lo the than the one, wo trust, almost obsolete one,p .
eorlrtk I aerfa "n, || JItll cultivation' with (arm houm-s Wilmington Sl'-nm Daatp. derived from the false distinctions of monarchies guage of the Spanish text, remain annulledund tho most scandalous character ; but he did not I They will make no motion to that effect ; and '

**. 'Ihiilaml 1 in of lUjICiur quai.y: for the eulurcof Passage and Fare. that mechanic professions are menial, of no value. conceal and! uphold them ; he proclaimed nnd I if we did. they would oppose!, and have :
(.a island COit'jfl. I 'This would be sufficient, bat it is not all cancelled thorn and in so doing, approved '
for :
station of ; ; I good reason opposing us. Instead of cor. .
Mobile to PeiiKacola, $10 1( and beneath the a true gentleman.
: act A\o. Irlel (f 400 acrcn, at thnntural% l.ridi'e I the ratification of the saved JCSTICK the ttk of -'"
I and
royal returns to his faith
ae .Ul* St.' .' Marks 1 1 foutii. cast of Tal. Mobile lo Apiil) idiifi.U, 20Mobil' The truth is, they are the only professions; treaty good I ering the country with soldiers, we wishto .

rtt ;.h1e; lulf of thi ahtJullllilt1.tract I w a rich alluvial H.il ; III Tullahaxroc, 26 50 I that have substance and reality and practical the same point, specifies these identical grants I annulling them.Annulled I cover it with inhabitants. We wish to in. .

" Pju iL lucre 11 i al.o! I firm mill IIRII with greater: Mobile to CliBfleitton, CjTallahafttrc All else seems, on reflection, to be as the ones intended to be annulled by the in Spain. no Spaniard daring to ,duce 10,000 other settlers to go there ; we'
utility.
, S "1 r J1oYcrhII; any in Middle' FI'rita. Taliahafcucc lo HruunHick(Jharleiilnn,, SC 38 50 so'latlahi.riec -ideality dreaming-'lea- eighth article, and declares them to be invalidin invoke or to avouch these fraudulent grants, wish those to station themselves all over the ..

dU' 'The ;!laiidn ilt bit cud) at moderate "pric,K, 311(1ttOotbecrlditK I l to to SI Augunlmo 37 ther mere and speculation prunella.' The greatest men in the; the hands of the grantees, or their assigns. they become the spoil of American specula country, at least as far as'they will go, for'Vthey :
and if
7"li!*,c Union Lfink Stock deMrable: th ; purchaser of the rI I For.varddrck passengers half prit'o in tile Steam annals of the worldthe men that have done [\1 r. B. here read the annuIlm 1I1 01'1 these grant, tors, who wete incapable in law of jsceiving are hardly enough ; and to these.wa'add .

itS b prvti4. UI\v BliADKN.I part ; Billie, thronnh, to take onixide ,xcat on Inn rtngco it, and advance the by the King in the ratl cal on.] them, and who probably gave but a nominal: the nix regiments now there. ;' the oh. thou. .

, I und meals D< the second tal>lo when required. most to enlighten prosper Such is the ratification of the Ferdi., for them. Our ; are full of
, D 21 PuRocngcr lakiiic liekbls ihrougli, nnd procroJg ity and the liberties of the human race. have: King, price countrymen sand more which we ask for if they can be
I nand the Seventh; and precisely conforma. enterprise; ai.d these Urge grants properly obtained and, with all those, we hope the '
OTICK. rcgul-nly I with the line.am rubjert ti flu char..c been mechanics. I It is the directness of mind; ; :
NOTICE '8 hereby given that I ,hall apply &l 1 iu'haU-ver for Mcalv, Portcia, or any necckisaryarroinmodalion. the plain good sense their pursuits inculcate,p ble to it, is that of the Senate and President di\'ided-matle into a sort of Yazoo slock- countrywill be so occupied. by our settlers-

- .1lR. urni wf Jtfftfrsin County Court, to which has led to those immortal discoveries of the United States. The ratification of the I and distributed to influential men ia various and so scoured by our troops as,to drive but. J

Ike the 1 lgtids] owned jr ,iitly l 1'1 my.clf, ilenry The Hotels in BrnnMvicU and Tisiiahiase! are of I ameliorated Scnute, and the proclamation of the Prosi. parts might become the means of the banditti and "prepare tho_ whole 't territory '
enriched and the _
and Koad that have con. \VorrvintJ'/I ,
J.c' Henry On the lo
order. (
People, partitioiicd. Kupr.rior Stage pace dent Monroe refer to tho special l ratificationof Conres'l into a comnromisG. and /
,
for general l farms and .
Ie',189-1: 1UNIELBYRD.CoPartncrslilp. which req j'irrn bill 3G hour,) 'he Proprietor bar I. dition of the whole human race, nama but an I 's.eUlemp. en plant a.tion.i. ;
. his Spanish Majesty, and bottom their art taming some millions of dollars, or millions: This is .
our and
I provided Eating Houses, underiho charge of well Arkwright, n Fulton, a Watt, a Franklin, a plan ; one great ad
3" TUIE qualified Steward, nt which they 'can promiac Whitney, &c. &c., and where among the upon his. Such is the treaty, and the ratifi. of acres, to be divided among the share-hold vantage of it is. that all the military ?wtll ba

: Iu\Jmbr'have this day entered Ito&' comfortable and neatly nerved Meala.lliiitij academicians the doctrinaires cations of the treaty, under which these ers. This is the form which the enterprise disposable for active operations. They will'
of the ,
Ihwu,0. hip under R. the H. firm BERRY.l. Dual. a desirable route fur ladie.! and ,.illlle do closet men find, their equal. True, Newton, grants are to be sot up in Florida, and to take of some part of our citizens, takes. It is now be released from garrison duty. 'The settler' ""
intend accommodation
Jail._1-22, 6t. JOSEPH DOVVL1NG.K. ntlll more p', when an you &c. some fifleea or twenty millions of acres of twenty-two years since the grunts were made will occupy and .defend the stations. At an '
Mage, avoiding night travelling, i in lIlabliflhcd. Laplace, Gay, Lussac, Davy, have discovered -
Fresh Seeds. Two commodious Coachea can be ac-nt at I n principles, but nothing that land. Such are the grants which are to be and cancelled ; it is almost a quarter of ,a average o.f 50 men to, a-station. ;. 10,000 mt n "'

alI : ITCUFN flower need*. lime. The; Slagcaand Horse* connolbe .urp* Hcdon with great the comprehensive usefulnessthat enforced in courts of justice the judges in | century since they were killed and buried ; a will occupy.200.stations They will defend

rU lot GAlllJN.lcrband lioou, all l any line in the Union. The Steamer, viz. theChesapeake' compare has from the inventions of mechan.jc which are sworn to support r. Constitution generation has grown up, to whom their history all the stations ; and leave all the soldiery, fit

"alle fre.h and "Southerner' on the .Atlantic come which, declares a treaty to be the supreme is stranger; and now, for the first for duty, ,disposable!! r scouring the
of coantry
Ie.'olumug .n'. Gardener mid the "Champion" and "Kingflon"on tho Gull I minds. Let the sickly races a pamper "
i. of Brigcm I. law iheiand. time malco their in Con.
and
.t"i. of they appearance hunting the banditti ia this
boats but whenever tho their at mechanicsas j way they
EiVing | diirction the culture of are selected an nafc sea ed nobility, turn up noses
21- .'be rut flower" Just fo received and for cal<0 weather ii too tonny> off the coast all the trip on they do at merchants. It ja to the work Dead by treaty, theso grants are also dead gress, forbid the National Legislature to touch will powerfully aidihemUitary operations J

-I RANDOLPH & LEWIS. the Atlantic and part on the Gulf will bo made by, men only that the 'rod.of empire' has been by' national law, and for ,inherent fraud. On them, affirm their validity, and threaten to ruin and.they.will aid itt tni mora powerfully in .

S *-Orel ItWabe. perfectly safe inland pansagos. ing and the revolutions on the globe_from the 24th January, 1818, the King,of Spain us at law if we grant them_ to our military another form : 'they wtpm!| in every iBXcai'.

,W; Jewelry, ac.'THi The Proprietor, ownli.g the the connectionr Line throughout with unwonted I I given mechanic; inventions of steam and the press, proposed.to cede the Floridas to the. United colonists Such is the manner in which sion against the Indians tha they can b ar .(
able (
will bo
I' } Subscriber lias on certainty.'pieserve nud which are hourly advancing.with, -a pace States ;; and, in the months of February and i these enterprising citizens, with their dead, They will engage themselves, hunt ihe .a.

, a verj handsomeaaaorloienlnf This' Line connect.'on 'the trit/.-leaving Mobile that excites astonishment, prove incontestibly April following and before the cession, is con rotten and putrid grants, stand up before us to emy ; they are Compelled tohunV'faossi and

I Watches Jew: on(Tue : the ,
.: ).lry, Plated Ware, 'Silver a tearner from Pfunswick to S\Auru.ti o.:There tbat progresa jndiSl ed yi a land which the Floridas containNowifnot this bill for the: armed occupation"of, :Florida, they' out to he enem t'4
labor are lllbl1" go fight
,
I ::4- Spoona-CuUetr. ee..Iucl: moreover tWjO, and ren>ralj! :three boats.a week, and of mechanic ifrord in intended to, beseT J identical t Jands ,and
C be ote.for s.1 lf o ba SI are from Bruwwitk: to. ,Bt* Mans, Wlttk Creek &t. ded. [ .: ,Y. Star. a. th9s;treaty had been: aju'ipn i, Jake ; it from station to statioir and1 thy tiiWtnftl
'. I thd subject: Xvhole of.the "somadejswtold 11.say'.whatey ( ,; $\ iJO.Otl that formll'l;ill oxpeUIUouud':,leuaot coonno*; grants : fro, $ '<

.., suppi.s I..I\I : .. nicalien) beltftan $f.pd )Ysit 'tor1d&. iLI i lI jnijI1ltcP .!iii 1n'. have:,been; voi4 'for. ,fraud.inIhKjof8pau. that oo:meniber Congress', claiming) under

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'" housed if the ocagior< } cd.Wmga. 4Z
Fut vou'.up day,
a
f make the land caflflOflC 1 leave die: regulars free to scour .the country ; to he Democratic State iiC il..Scjth
I f Mr. B. ttsi road cxtttcU fri.ro their o w rs, must entry, or. the Vor ereryTwelve men that l
defend t
Atauleok out5 | (he nd ; and I r required,
a
er enemy, after in"such
will pursuit
a.I i i r.vcJw.J I had. They cannot alienate for a year 9 They engage the work. more there to come io, with twofl4,
themselves ifaltacjccd. IVis is our plan, and of the this the issues when will know the earth for they wilt forth to hunt, to fish, could employ on States iu ; West
how This is the character country ; I patent they ; go Besides to the bill, we have attacks the- North: 1 It w ibtolent
and objections
.. ) how moch tnoro cheap aad cflBcient, in the character given alit by gentlemen who I full value of their property. For aU these to visit other stations ; to draw rations and of the officers lately employed and terrible. It is worse than gall and ornu' '
.l.- much better adapted to the genius of our ; and whos Senator from ammunition at the military depots; and, above upon one
the of the
their vood-its hemlock
of oirr speak from o\vu knowledge, i reasons, objection in the conduct of the Florida war.- itself; it kills poor, .
habitants character poor
and the republican honor and iatelligence! places their statements ; I Iaboe South Carolina can have uo application to all, they will search every acre of land in the is still the selected object ol %%'hggery-kilLs it dead ; and unless
Government, than the levy f an immense be in re in search of good land for their lo.cations General Jesup .these
suspicion. They show this decried i these settlers, however just it might country, Democratic States can be atifled ia
with the attack and of disadvantageous comparison. ea&rra
ull
to bristle the over of this kind ,
army country Florida to be a fine country; almost an island lotion lo regular soldiers. ; and every going forth with to the skies the officers all is lost, and the ghost of Federalism mJst (
Not content extolling
bayonets of a regular soldiery- I IS. iisu- (!I Mr. U. then read the sections of the bill will be a military expedition, prepared to meet
lo sycak fur as the word peninsula imports, ( paxnc \ of his own political complexion, the flit from the stage. Here,then, is the root of
Senators have thought proper towards which related the of land to the set the Indians and to fight them. And fight
]a and partaking, especially us to grant violent opposition to the
Mr PRESTO( a
absent otficers! and to their opinions ;) Senator from South Carolina, [ ,]] settling of Florida .
them
array he
which
of the calcareous aud tiers to corroborate the statements them they will. Prevented from fighting
southern extremity, incontinently with small landholders! ,instead of
.
'. The Senator from South in order to enhance: their praise, must largo 1
this bill. of the United
., against rock for.nalion a.d"salubrity; of climate which had made; and called upon the Senate to they cannot by. The American holders. *
and sink one
and draw contrasts some :
-Carolina, [Mr. Preston] has so quoted islands of which it mark the effectual manner in which they Status is the bravest of the brave; ,
,
I 'arrayed the comm.iuding officer of Florida ; 'i belong to the Bahama among of as much below their level as he has raised S The last of the real objections which I iLaH 42
cured bis he is the bravest of tIme race man.
without% his couscr.t, 1 know is almost a part. i j 1 rights. among his Federal or Whig heroes above theirs.- mention is. that it will spoil the game of t: "'- t
I H-hcihcr with' or S Such is thc inducement which the country! Mr.\ B. appealed to the Senate to say il Courage-that courage which toes the mark IJQ

r.ot ; bat 1 should presume the latter, as it is settlers. It 'tile objection of the Senator from South Car. to conquer or to die-is his ; and this, not Now, sir, to all! this praise, bestowed upon Spanish grant speculator These gentry
in present* to enterprising presents | the otfiecrs of his polilical complexion, : are now ia great force owing to the
iu the field to own ?a t
noL usual fyr officers oppose the case few tie characteristio extent -
without the ohna; was not entirely hiapplic.iUc : the prerogative of the but : S
pay
the obtaining of the
opportunity under
He
the councils the measures of the adimnistra.rioj. wholly different from the that of the sol.i of Americans I have 1:0: manner of objection. may grants which they claim, -
ai.d reward for sorvic, was : of the mass. No ma of as a Jand I
of incut money, ; riiak. denii.ods of the whole of them ; but the broad basis which they haTeVi'ypn
The Senator says a lurge majority; thte-e hundred and tweuly acres of good land, i, diers of lh. regular army. What happened --no matter how collected together-no
their! interest the wide
the I his demons of Democratic by diffusion of
the officers the bill he speaks tor settlers object to making share S
oppose ; soft climate, to the sea breezes, | to these souliers cannot happen to the matter how included by a .diagram-no mass *
j
i.i; a open disadvantageous ii this claim.
body of them, and say they condemn ( under tin bill. They would not sell their is officers. I object to his making : They constitute an acijy;
great healthy, and capable of producing: the most of them can be found which, as a body, not subtle and *
S it. I regret extremely that be has thoughtS valuable! tropical prod'ieti.jn. E\le.idiagrive ; lands fora trifle if they could, atd they could brave and among the bravest of the brave. comparisons ; and giving the disadvantage powerful corps in opposition

proper lo press the hearsay opioions ol absent degree further South; than New Orleans, this :' not I if t iky would. Tiie widow ar.d the heirs S i This is a fact which their history attests; and ii: the comparison to him who has the'I'ais, bill. They wish the country conquered. .
this debate, a id to i advantage ii: merits. This is what has are willir.g to hi\e; armies raised.tad
officers array
into -
suase-1
will iV the coasts of the i i.lower. at law. or the sellle-r hiuuelf, or any which philosophy accounts for from their de-1
of i tho admi.jUtr.i-: peninsular surpass I i I done with to General Jesup. He is millions upon millions of the people's
the respect
iiust
them a m-jasuros- after the Lund was alienable,
Mi-wwaipi" ii ins capacity to produce qucntiure-n, scent, their residence in a rew: country
Zion. I do all the corrcctr.eof *- : ;' without' j below all others, when he has done more |lavi-he l on the conquest. But no land! oh
: not at dispute! cutto:., >, wi-d -tticr valuable can: tusilv st-t aii.Ie the sale ai.d that fiei-dom of their institutions: (the abundant 1 put ,
under the ncccsritv i sugar, Lrg.21 S than! ; all! the others together. In the year n:o They want all the land thcmselvesf....
wha he says, but rt lays me product ad it ix S.eiv th.tt, without the outllay ;!! Utilisation of timo, and recover i.i thc same means of good Jiving, the boundless field of..; put
) of making a slctc'nicut w hich, other .uial; tit i'ltormeuiate rei.ts and protils.. ;' and a half which he commanded b I'lori'Jn, l 1'ay ia any thing but land. Above all, do not
of ashilh.ig. an i.iio: >tr<*ua iiun any t their onternri w, and the consequent eucrsvof
wise, I should! not have aJvcrted ti). I happen -]' youth, iu fact. oiVjve.itiv.i: or ci; u'.eu'i years 'S if tho soldiers' l:. ui.t\ lands of the late war mind and body, and fire of spirit, which he removed 2,200 of these Indians from the send< these ten thousand settlers there, with r

to know the opinions of the ofnccrs ei"crallv : tinder and =iisua! the West of the Mississippi all t their pre-emptive privileges to pick and choose
\\i 1 'iold, able to bear aim-nny g" and choo>eI Ud leo.i placet! the same guards, all these circumstances beget and engender, pe : to ;

upon this subject ; and! to know that I his own; home, and U'c :me a holubr ol lich il-.ey hail been required iu yo and make .' cir'i, No, sir. L M all dismiss their fears.: The the rest of the! generals put together, m the l for themselves ur.d to take up all the best

i these opinions, wil: few ecc-pn: :1S, d.udo[ bd: i Ii a. chm! .e ot's ;il i.da.-teJ to the riehcslj S own seL-ciio., a.nl: tl.eii': o. ,1 entries, they HK'ii who may g(> to Florida under this bill, three ) curs end a half in which they had the tracts in satisfaction of their own rights..These .

tS' politically. A low \ears a.o it was e-\ultingly j- pr..duci: .::?=. This shoul i U i..d oene: nt S .v odd uov cr have ixvn ?(;U.itidttLd aw a> fc.r I will be like'the rest of their countrymen : command, counting all their successes in the speculators, and for this reason, are"

: said ot; Has floor by the thc.i: head .enough t.) carry tl.e 10,0'JU) si tsk.'s to 1 Florida: i'a' low i.il.rs! in hand. th.-y will ber.s brave as Cicsar, and as gentro'us killed, wou.-sded, taken and removed, did not 'j' among the must formidable objectors to this

the opposition party and the army and navyvcrc ai.d that 1 i.i: ctnubi.s: co..te.-t with each othorto : ': Oi-jtviu--s are taken to the character of us brave. They will fight the armed get rid of the one-third part of that number. LHe 111.

:t t sound ; inuorido, they say were oj'i etilo j L arrive fu>!, for each o.e: iv tc i choose his .t&i' setlU'i> as :may g*) ; ":u* ll i is said that enemy : when they have disarmed him, they icinoved 2,200 of the hostilo Florida la-1 1 I have now finished the examination of all

the administration. In the in.i>s, ami a> a I SOil larg lavehold- dims i.i and half and that three the! objections, ostensible and real which
it .4 lar.d i.i ih order of his .rnval. fir..,t conirsj tilt, f'innte a-.ii rtquiri > will him : when they has taken wo. a year a u are
: .. < .. ... .... ..... i spare m-iile this bill and!
::- :-iI'YWL.thi j -- --- K.II .o.: : cis u .u .11.11, o.i ihe cEtt.trlobe but thc men and children, they will give them food, I' limes us much as all the other commanders to ; persuade myself that

I opinion divide utatit t the D-Mmcracv.. This .forms! the v.se: and j'is i of tho! px--etutio3; i \I poor and ihe indole t v.ill a.etli: under this 1 raiment: and shelter. 'Thus it is now in Florida. put together have dine ii: three years and almalt the propriety of passing it is only made owe

S is the case in: relation; to tho iivivarc in Lt"s. j bill. 1 dis e.t ti tin these opmimu.! U>th as to : Our soldiers spare the helpless and || Besides that, he removed 20,00(1() of [apparent> bv the arguments adduced against

S question. Tne Federal, or, if they like it but a icw.tic 1.1 KmJ \Ju.ibe! a that i is .' l ihechiMeter ol (thestlileis which the conn. bring, in the hub pajtooys on their backs, and 'the Creeks, ii: the summer of 1836, in sis i it. I have done with my replies to the remark

S better, the Whig ocr*, generally Condemn: 'lisnot i the only i.luuccmcut wiucii iho bill liolJs (, nou v rwq'iiris. and the character of those who give them "goodies.; weeks and at u.iexpense which is but a traction of the Senators who oppose it ; and a few

it, because they expect nothing! good from ;; it hz ese.s other, an-1 larji i idicemeits irt.j iv uctifalh go. I Ijok at t 1'! .1 peni-.suia ) of t what the removal of other !nditms has observations w ill close what I Lave to say.In .-

the people ; the Di-iiuie-rutic officers ge: e-r. the c.it rpriziug i>ctl.: ; '. In I the first ;, under a military a-p.'c----as thc .thel! ; angle: I nctlicier.cv of the bill is the mnin and tho cost. Thit :s th historical truth due to Gen. 1 one thing I concur with the Senator from Ic

ally approve it, because thc-ir prr.ciples load pi 1 ice, they arc to receive run ..:s tf one 1 of tho Soiilh--.i.s the exposed p.,i.t: in: that incr-se-ul, objection! of its opponents.; They ,! Jesup, ZSn1LIl!, iid! unjustly: : ussailcd, as he; Scr.ith Carolina; [Mr. PRESTO,] namely : iaI

e_ r, lic.! .: i of w'J hcu: ] in; they will have | 'Li.ier of the Uiui' -as iho ..' object to the cfliciency of this measure with the
; them to expect much god from the pceitslo ; / q i jo' d'rqipui : b here. I He i= the only comm&r.tlbg! general I t opinion that Florida has been too much
aud r. :sd ru.ii o:.> Iii thi-m?<.]vef, suiJ! tl.ecoiin-t a.i in: lime of the to.itic r.tit, olK-ring another in its placf. They declaim j nc'ulecte-d. I in
as the firmer are iir.ich m ire iiumeroiia.co : ( enemy war-;:i [ i who l.M. gs a car front Florida ; ho h.s: dosc: concur the ju !r.ess of the

S mucli! the latter number co ak-nri i a bill iry will Lut bfulir.3 e. lir 'y, quieted.; The Ll of t la..d: which ru.-.s far down t lA .ies! the a aiibt its efficiency, taking care all the tlirei tunes as much in h.ilf the tim-j, as uli; S i remark but r.ot in the sense in which be in.
r.t.a which tl.xrccei. Inriii-iu's the t-I I! -.* West while! to speak as if the Administration! inUi -
S which is based upon l'.e: a4.'JIIlpu.:: ) of a e < ; linlie.und: constitidga bridge thereat put tuget!:- r havouo.u-: thatTi-rri-J letiilit.. He ititends it for the Adrainistration -
iie;.t? ol air! : id i.ii, c*>:a2uri.iolc. a.id w holtt.t t.s.iiieaub t.u :Le it'gic&so! tho! t! : .ed ix.thi.ig eKf r Florida hut the s.-t-
good result from the i-'jfcti i of to.i thoUsnnd bluekregnie.itwhich x turr. Yet ha is tue-o.-Iy one bclecud lor :.t-- ; I i itcnd it for Congress. I intend it to

citizens into Florida. I say the Drinicraticofficers : ::<>teiee.with; the zzti-', ti-h, turtle! *, a cruel policy, i ii tune of var. may direct t tle-rs of this bill. .Surely Senators forget that! S tack : he is thv t' .l lv o.:.
ge'iiorally: approve: this uier %. and: o1. *stei>, a..U spoatnt4ii] : eze.ics! oi S ag-it; i ;sl the-Southern:! S.ttLLo >ki.-g at the t there are six regim-Mirs of regulars m thatTerritory ; aged by unjust toni; :ir-cr:5.: > it the c.>j.i- S |to t.ke a full! share of the blame to myself__.

S I could name them, if I though it: b'Ci :ig t iheeoii.Jtrv.; tiirath..- > wi.l bt-.i i.-gh fir two 1 pihivclourlha -: : i&ula u.i.ii.r tint aviect?. aJ 1 co.isider at this tirn implv i.g: a force of flue plcxiorn.f: hi-> poljtic. is i it his frier.dshiu; i ia ntgle-ctirg the snpcni&ioj of the Florida

and proper to do so ; but not having; their authority (4 trc 1'er. .: 1 Cufue.t : a: : I large slave-holders us lhui'.?t inappropriate thoUiu.u: men ; that besides these, a part ofthe : General; J.tck.-soi: anJ! soin ctlicrs of the D-- 'IrgNiation ii: not e\e-i reading the acts of

t for thc stt-ji: I choose m t;.n-g: the I of a poun l of p irk or hue >:i, or population which i-oud! be place-d there.Siich .-- t naval force is co.islantlympio; \ .-d on the'm: iu co-Ms of Florida and that far from intending
\
so
S advantages which might result from quoting u L.e ii'.il oi.e-lo'.inii poui.-ils ol tre. n or salt: a population; wuuM co.iln'oaio iiolhig ; him? 1 If t I they are, it may re t'.ial a repetii-: ] to supervise before they became laws!
diminish! that force the
their names and opinions.: : Uut while! I IS sac Lvcf : igiitfe:* i.u.ces ol f oread or llotir, or towards the defu.jcc: : of that saliet: point. lv t to Secretary if tiu! assault m.iy t'ri..z fortli detail w hca i TheTt-rrit ry i is buried under! corporations,

rifice to properly i.i: this! self-denial. I am not twelve ounces of hard L-re-id: or one and o..e- their large landed t o-essio.s tl.e\ would! prevent ', of: War, ii: his oHkijl report) cxpn-i-Iy! a>ks will vindicate his title! t to the pre.cniir: C" and unrk-r debs, which the organic Jaw"

lelt without be thos.* 1 foiinh pound* of e-4ir.i nu-jl; ud.! al ihe rate u dente population of white ine-ii by': for an udiHtim.al niporary; anti local force, krred
opinions to opposed to ; ; which I have as.-ign< d him. sir this i= a < to our inspection, and of wbie'ttelcnew

which have been quoted. 1 happen t-i !be i:< of four i'nii.d of bo.p.: one a.id a half p-jiiud-; their! : uurncrous! sl.t\cs: they w :i.ii: ti-unt i1 '- S confined to Florida, and limited lo tin-war.]: l/.jMnt-ss: v.SiiLt: I dblilij. 1 hearuly ti.-ku! ; 1 nothing} until the acts were consumma-

possession of npiaion-s: coming!! from tho e- of caiul-( two quart- of s.il}!, //our: q1*. ills( ofvi.egir gres >:o.i, i..sed: ; oi n-peih. g il ; : :a'l in c..ii* Thus the settlers are o.ily a part of t.e! plan tic bn.-ine-s of i..viuious compari-u... Our !ted. Tho debs: are void ; for the Territory
of Florida.
most able! to gr.e go4l opiuion! >, diait-tiiv.il- i- iit qtiaris of JKMS eir bean-, or, in of clUul iva.: un;i, would ln.d 1.1 flight! the for the pacification It is a part L SilIv ollicei's nukt.rai.d naval, without r. -' rd] \->! 'is rot a Stutc, and has 1:0 power but that

ly o] poscd to those quoted by the Senator 1 eu ihcie-iif, ten poiineU: of nee, si\ pound* oof :.iy ineu.i'j of savi.: lh"in>ehe and their .S f though Indians attacked driven as the from wl the Itj: ; a.i!, p.ihiie.tig'.n: n d die for their conn-\, Tl.e-\ which U grunted to it by Congress, and Coo.
the li.-UI l il
arc
from South Carolria ; given under circumKlances rolicc! : UM! twelve pounds of sugar; to every slaves. ATid thus it la at !arsc1st. The lie >:scu itt, ;shtir L-ca? : and I wish to sustain all who> S press has no: granted to its police gorentyiest al
that which is
becomes
? to ninke thcin and hundred rai.: ; In the i.cxt >lace, lli-s tctllcis depopulated counties of Florida were the Feat important part to nt.ii. >
S authentic rcsJa. | of what the ilo their Ltst for tlioir couitrv. 1 wish! :'> Ia\ Florida! te! privilege of cor.tractiaj; fire
Mule iind free for i are to have an; allowance for cl'jthiiig! S of large and cotton plantations large ; ) po.v-ci'si'jn' military conquers" .
citation a'.d here sugar ; i i.iSh'o'-5 debtS
: coiiir.it: : rj'r.t s'lij-j ort ..";d applaaso to allilio-sewho I or any number of milliors, of
and i'i stations free the !
S for by rcm.iiii.ig: rem
I allude to the mc-a-rige if i ( Jo\ Call; tin* lettcrof oe sear, pavable lull" y.-aily i.i, mor.ui& : ; s!d cholder.* were settled: ia ths.-m. They i J !i st.tke their lives f>r his sacred mother aif us i The corporations lIon what I have seen(
(iciicral the cloth g being i-ii'-.l at thirty (!'a1.1r.!! fifty lied before the Indians. They had to fly, and lars from garri-on d-ity, and lev.v e the v. huLi
Jesup, aid 5 thc letter of the 1 Sitie-ir! absurd and '
of them for active ; a!!, H hfcthcr furuuiu be more or le-s kintl ii: i ; moavtrcus privileges, are1
Surgeon (ie..eral, Dr. LHWMJU. an.l (Je.jcr.ilHcrnar.dLz j ceal-i per ;riii: : >in. Tlien ih-y are n t-j h ive are still c\ilcs from their homes, wailing brothers i} disposable duty. j jj either \oid has
them \odnbe.!
; giving !ti: opportunities which gild 1 or Congress ue
.u ins and! annvinitio: which l IJ2 l. clear the of the Indians be-1 j No, Mr.1 Preside: !, il is nut because of their' ; r.uy
:), t-a'inot to
I and thr me-tnorial il t the Florida : country : Stc5cd its debts and
: tiiL-ir baacr '. itt success. TIis is tlispooi'.iou ; duty i.i suaering these ,
than thirivll.rs! : S 'ineSncier.cv: : bill for their cfticiencv, tliat& these j I my y
: i : The:1 fi.rc lhec.i.i it. And
i il
Legislature to Congress, all e-on niuiic.ited) tothe nioie. : they o t lithe the first
in
cre-ited
settlers munch wih: respect ta all ; ai.d I dj hopeI theecurporati'jys, to fie ,
will
Senate al its I list session, .tel by us have- incdiei..c: a.d medical attendance in agnu, and wuisc, \viib the same description are so opposed. They be i I instance and 3e4
pn and trust th.t! no mare Jiscdvaiitagi-uiis coutpari to remain so long uiarnuj:
the im'.ilarv ho-pitab. when s-ick. In addition of settlera who further down i in thel.eIi tOO cllicieiit They will drive ori'the >j.vcii-1' (
order, and xn tile a ofur f !legislative doc may go I bar. of
!
: part lator well the Indians. -<>.; shall tc i t-litutcd bern to call forth ; at our A.M to th o, the neglect our
to all tisth<:\' are to have tia rta'ij.i I.suld.! No sir It is thc as as They will re.evive
Uiflcflts.Mr. :: ; lo j 1:0.: i.ot largo uonui Indians
the
I nr. vii.dicaiiu.i of the i'jird, and.: bycurio impli :>, pouacsJ: upon, wherever
their: statuii.4: ; the use- of the public ..d lo slaveholder, but the small Iand1ialdcr-thi.* a:!d ixtaithe laruls which tV Al l igon,
[ II hefereul |>i-ha t-fiuui the Mr .i-a;*;** of' grou the I'un-j.irostio and the birds :;;-, to tovv.T thc exalted. i iI ;perm:!, by the assnees of the three grsctJ
Governor Call. ale l jjtxiraclc frxn She litter* t cultivate for their owi be.cfit, a1 l seed grains \ euitau-tbe ihrev hundred: acre man, that Vargas now I have now oer and In'Iv uT.i-wci I I frauduljEt nnJ l nullified Spanish rats. Ia

ufllicSur i-uii-CiOiicrai:, Dr. L.I\V'tm ; I ttio a.pni( .,ili > for lli.-. iir.year.! The Uniied Ssatcs troops i I II is wanted iu that pet.insula. 'Xc want there flap their wings \er, and expect to seille gone at!l FinnnJtjtmL'rteet
timetemsi'tn aid public i.Jj'-ctioiis to this : ice thing". Congress has neglected -
% ,t Gi'ra1 1km dez ti I J.'p. (the L&Ilcr u I nit e to aid i.i pulti.ig up the block houses an-J t the man: of muscle of ie-rve, ad: of labor-- down upo: n-> soon r s the Indians are driven St
L bill!! but I should iv!! discharge' due It: I t '-* now to ceosj, and the atj
he .. my ?
; 1 ii, rfiaaiktd, .d 'rti'fl'l tl.oicuialul''1. stocl.tdes--.iu give a special :protection to the:: t t'i the cultivator, with the weapons of war in oie awav. These birds wish us to ciqdovso 1.I.; _|:_j ;_ .*__ _____...K oo- j lairs or ;iisTerntory_the civiFna ..v.iLs. a
1
t.:7: ; i.Aj ia loincin'u general protection aftcrwards.
;. l*Gcudej lu mr .) 'pt) oi'..u.mb \\ii.i a qu<>taiiu These are the inducements over whom .Mr. Je-iTe-rso.i proposed for I.rMi'si.ina: and tin reason is, that they want the !la.d a Slave State ; 'Jtl. That it will make tioM. lln-! President ia Ins: nobe! message,

.. tr H'ir.dj>im tiie, Jalcd mrtiM>rii'wf[lets. ,HIP I it'.j:;: l.ey as you Democratic Ste: ; 3d. Thut: it will take l.n.d]I fis: called our attention to the civil jiuse

choice land; a'l:: i the v. hole l.yeiaer: cerI. St..iily Tie; Lilt\\ is cah-nJa'eJ! t-> carry sucli men !rleasi-! !but no !a..d.! This U (ho plan foi the which the Spanish rats to tie:: DnkcofAla- there, e-s ) .-cially! to the power *- aft rmed" If

r Such are the onii-jns, continue.! Mr. Ii I., ; r'.ct: tl.c' !Irippic: oji'-oim nty for eni i thurc ; fnd, i t., sa\ iol.i..g! : of more remote, j! spi-culutors a.d: the 1 slave-holders.. Thevj J S'' :!, tit! Count of l'llo.r.e.trj:: and Doa: PC- the Territorial Legislature to authorise the is-

which I have ty crray against tliose.h.ch! t t. .- ,ruf..g !jj j.: to iiu rovii t tl.f-ir co.idi i an, Slate, tiio Soiiti.em Stales th.iielves; ro.i- j wan: ;ili tin good 1 :nd t1Cit! *-h c<, lint Jo not*j j I clroile V'ry.'i.s call f'>r. These arc the real! : >ue cf botus! by c..rpon companies oa the

have bceai quoted agair: t lc! bM.: ( onip.rethem ad;; to udvuncc-to e-'irjii.ir..livt-' ; wt.vb!; 'il/i S Laid I the kid: of population which I the occa'-j;i ii 't at to light for it ; and this i is an addition: :.! o.j! -c'ij .s : r..d it bfeojiit-s mo to sia t tlw; i; ; guaraMy! of the Territory. Uniicr mhi call

together, a'jd ce how they fctjm! i-i i ti.il l.'tc outlay! vf 11 z .:thiHi/i", \ l.irh this ( aaUU'. sion require;. It 1 t is a :uitaLe to .- ippo.. c the, I' reiisoa; with me for ;puraiii-ig the pi 1:1 of this| i won-, i:: i.-gr.ril; iu e-.ci;. Aid first, of tLc WM cnmot: socp! ; and hertccfl.r.h the bonds,

point: of number, of authuUici: of expeii.cuce i- trv or Zt.IV co i iin now p-5: .j-j I', th; u :- Sou-.he-m :jtutt-s: contain nothing: but largo 1 bill, a.ul placing: in/rili-rious cultivators on the I si i ive State e-.jcction.! ( I hold in m\ k.id, 3Ir I'.M: cfirporations. ar.d the Spanish grant spec '

aud of ol'iciul or.gin. O.i one sld'', th-- '_ 11;l 4_: ; .'Iit i.ht'; ,:' ala eholders I soil defend ( ,hovieg ii. 1ie L'i J'ulaton' <.
: thc coutaui :iuaiv: verv ma.\ to it both from the I Indians: a.itl the \* / a ;: ;* *;* u i!:?: receive our auction ca wettass

hearsay opinions of Gen. Taylor and s'ii--: : TlKj Se-it: : ir fro.-n; Sou'h ':;:.>!r..n; [ ..1 r., who ovvi I. few or no slave --who labor vvithf -ct.ters.( This& plan i-j e-llicievit, cheap I i the Ati-Sbvcry!: ..!::mTIac, for I 1510. It ; the Seiiix-.i I da..s.

: of i;.\] .- to ti. ; J.luls I IS ll.e-ir own ba.ds: and whi Irive the ni'i-e'.* S' ir.imantand; framed! ..! a principle! to its'ure;'i!I co\i-rtd all over, at.d filled! all up; with pe--i MI-: Prei-dt-nr, tl-i i N a lame. nicusnre- y

the Ciuvernor atd;: l.rgi.Jatr. i: Coiii.cil! <>Ii'; i.iU'J 1 to th* seMLrupon: thogr..ini] li.! : t t'lev' and l>jc: the siiew: a-.d llrs ueivt-, which a sueres.and, to rust: nothing if it dots not sueCecil. :'Ires. i>.:c!. as white! people of the South this arnicd occuj,atiai L.i-ar.dbotb! XatiuBal

Florida, and of the (Icncrjl Jesjji .t.id l I Hcrnundez I will wai-e nii'srj\ :under it--vvdl ite: their life; of Jab.r so largely co.itnl-utcs to -re.-igh-; : : !. It is ciHci-'iit, because the ten thousand i iii.i.i ,' brundi'- :-i.tvt! -hunting slates'with clog, : and Southern. It is a hrg3 national mea.s. .

of the, ftd; Uuae-d the Surg v.>.< d'e--icral; : ol'the army S. claims for a Iriile--and will derive .i<* lCaIffi i en ar.-l dctc'.pe. llt.iL! -;, :lier parts of: the will:! go. It is cheap, for the u.e-i artto S nr.dgti.'s; __ -:.!- : : es.zhooli'gshvcold sure, and one of constitutional obligation oa

in the of talc All theconcur from them ; ai.d; he hslances: the ease of the! Southern Slates, tiiu whole South$ from the be paid; out of the lan.l which they conquer, Kc.-uek setting his dogs on slaves- us to adopt. We hate nnile our campsijn'J, ti

orations necessity of ch tiyir.g the mode of op- 'soldii-rs of the late war whti &oM their raim!: j loto.-nac to (Je-orgia, from (Ico.-gi-i: to Laui>i1 i- aid will! take but tour miliions! cut oftweJvsi : lawless burning, of sla\Cf in: S:. Louis-chop.! S ad fi>ngl.t cur tattles ia Florida. TLemifitary -

of injecting armed settlerinto;; ..he'1Territory for twe. 'v or thirty doli.u-i> -.yh.: Ciranted; ]1 I aa, contai.is a bruud bult! of u..d sprinkled \ millions of acres v. hich they w ill! cu.iquer.It }phtg: up Uv i.ig slaves with a:: axe, and throw. : have done their part. For two years,

iuducing the cik-d iihubhanitto : that such was thc fate of the soldiers* boufitvo over with of will Lsnre its !.Ig the clioptied off into the tire with[ ll.e-y huve hail the fiekl
rctuVii and in the a population ihia l.ind.! I speak; own siiccc-, for the sutlersare parts ; I IfliJ.z clear of thc enemy;
I he settlers- short with policy of htllu giving diver.it|ad: t land, und granted that su'-h would be ils fate of tilt pt.e l.iidi which lie below! ihcstnjjof to get no 1.iial I uiitil the coutrv i ii pacitied.i \ others ut.the sains character, arid at!j!I for I wit \ears-. the vr.cmhave teen broken

about details, some y again, under a similar! grant of regular sold red ia-.id: which skirts the lCastci.1 base of tlu It \i5 to cost nothing if it docs not succeed ; acc-vjiiipar.icd: by figured representations and]I up. dispersed! about, and driven into lurking
? they unaniniously concur; in relying ICs ; and \ct nothing could be in ire abjiird 1 I hue and for unless the detailed e-\panatio.is! of the hails and
this identical bill for the Ridge the foot of Appalachicola! iiit.i go, they get no rations : scenes they rc- hidhig-pbccs. For two ors-the
upon pacilicalion ithan; to infer the same o1 f the-aa settlers. In I Mountains.: It b broad unless remai.i unltl the ] present. At -15 of tliis little book has been
of Florida; and they its a belt, aid more than they : "country is paci-j page commcnccs country ripe for armed settlcrr.etit h
agrto predicting the first
.4 the continued inefficiuncN iu our I place' the Florida !settlers are lobeuot --. a thousand miles iu IC.igtli, cou.iting: from the, fled, they! get 110 land. It is the moat hit1imiacI.ir 5 a chapter headed, in large capitals:, for( senlement in stations- .-Hir military colonsts. -
<
ipcratiu.i. soldKi-s!
;
-r and the continued of the Indians but cul'.iviito.s; the la.il: they are I4Jt'iii nc to tie! :Mibi xtt.i} a.jii cry e-o-ive- ; il relies U|>on tiie plough ad the axe t o' in tlse-ac words : such as the Romans planted! h their th
: ifthe
1T bill is notadopted ravages, predictions which: ,the :!the to receive i is not a ktunty: for ciiistm! '::i but t nient to the proposed point of occupation liiFlirida. conic i iI aid of the sword ad the gun. It I iii j 1Vll yen msJfC Flj.-ida a. Marc Stale."' cor.qitro: I countries alter the legions had da-*

S twelve months have elapsed have wufullf i-ofthcr' j pay$ which they are to n-rcive at the end 1 Throughout this extensive re-gio.j. ; giKul plan, nnd only asks lor a t t.iir Liii!. :ic. In this: chapter there is a panigraph dedicated 1 stncd thearzicsand: captured the fortresses

I fied. vcr j, tt-rvie-c. I It is the object for whichthey I ij scattered a peculiar popul.tion 1 : : poor anil iiiiplishing every thing if it succeeds, ant I t tI-> liie particular bill which is now under coi- | which defended them ; and which colonists

I proceed iow to answer i>one other { labor itis reward which!: is to compen.J : laborious ; owners of cattle atd stock, with! costing nothing if it doe* not. tidcration by thc Senate, and of' which IyI!! were rewarded whi! grants of land in the it
ohjcc.: sale th.-in for
lios; to the bill!, and particularly to the clause-J the the-ir tnul: and ri.-k.! Tirjvgoto few or ;io slaves ; healthy nid: active ; t-nl- It is: a goil plan ; I may call it :i maste-r read a part : I country; w Inch they occupied and held in sub-

granting land to the tattlers, and to which the until country to get the land. They sta> th--re tivati.ig an ungraieful: soil of sand and gravel ; plan ; for I am going: to ceM.rate! it in the L .\llft J i> \var !t.iii |to:':> rinii-i o-i (I'.e; Floridi jectioa. Tl.is Mil is I on the same pUn ; and

objections made both i I> they get it. Tl.cy choose! it'the-int-elvcs and; ( ll>r wa.nl. of good Is.id, fu.ding it impjssiL point whicli the sound practical sense of Lr uur) !1-v :a iCt5u'I: of the fixt'ust < riitu.i, fr.-rn goes to acconphishing the great natluinal ohject -
arc numerousvarious, Uiud who.i they chonsc it thev SSurea.t.se.craI January 'JT:, i IU3i, lo l\\>-\ hr innin-r "T USD. thr! '
,
arc to live up- le to advance themselves i.i the of Dr. Lawson illustrated! ot 3eitviug
: and inconsistent. It is called a donation, au d on it. flow dilh'-rent path : in L n.l.'d SlHUv Nfimie: pj .fu a bill l br the ard tCflminating an cpecsive contest,
j, was the cuse of theslalIt.r ; we.dih itiul hoiiors. A bare subsistence1 from his Idler: wi.ich has been read. It is a xcfu it! FKiiitia a distracted Territory. restoring ci-
treated by gentlemen; as a gratuity ; whe u, i in ; from all this. planwhich ; ulii'ii i ; v\hici! in the tanuag. oTil
fact it is the inducement, : to carry men to Florida S!of their! land it They had no choice ,generation: to generati.-.n. i is the scanty rewaid KKVKKSES the po>ition oftlu parties ii o H'ii."U"ruf l tbe O.ir; ; >-;tzsati, wi< 19 tib.s'i a ics! to their homes, and extending the argisof

and for remaining there and lcTcjd. i iing ; was de.-tnbuled to them bv I of a life of toil, of temperance, of economy, Florida! -which makes us the possessors of t corps of viliiit: Jers! '; rant lif! in four ni'1'io.of the national protection to an integral part of
< lut
pay ; and lens: ()thousands of tho .civs oi' land, and I'.i'in fibrrtv! kif!
( give to
the Union.
grants were j and of frugality. Few who re-main where the country, and leaves it to them to expel M*. :
the In the ,
; country. present: t>Utu 0>f, not worth a <:<*nt; the soldiers whet \\Iicre, ami )aOW-W'IXI) llioy pca! ;1 with 1
were at ai: inimtiihC they were born, are able to from the, This alone changes the character ol the .
con- : interest national aid Southern
very
things settlers will not go without induce: ( di.-.tance from the land emerge uai ashy ripriraiuIIzty. I.I.til; 01 U.11O, UUCIMQUDof cir.il
moot; they will not go to risk life, an J en i- miles or in.iru. from it --at a thousand I !humble condition hich a pine woods" tnt!)- lest-puts that labor upon their shoulders IVun )ivai id, I llubhjrii I an.l Pierce of N. Ilair.p- military, commercial and agricultural, requires
--thoy knew nothing itutiou, in the Southern which is and *-hro! : I.joii aiid Norvcll 'ii.( h1cliaI! Nics
counter privations without inducement j I latitudes, announces now upon ours- gives them a !. and the passage of this bill. Commerce
adequate al :>ut it-in luau instances Siniih of t
) we're not able to and Connect'cut. !tubaio.i and Vour.
work do of
imposesAs to which !
emigrants, and ; they can never perform. requires the settlement of this
; jireitciited to them; nnd that i.jdacu- to it possessors Iliu! ij ', \V*IJ of IS'evv ami peniusnla.
get ; they were beset Jersey of !
by and 1 Wright New
temptations of fertile
incut i is u-.j i; ierekt in: the soil-u right to a i disconrHgeiiients and lad. a spirit of enterprise deveIopest This alone is a grand and striking rccommen.datiun Y irk, volfd Cir the inu (!ert>ix '.,HI.| i j The wrecks ofvessels, and the massacre of

part of tho hmdiwhicli! their courage defends:; : i they knew gave up for a trillu what t itself in these hardy and frugal men, w hen of the bill-.-one which no military eye This is what I find in the Aiiti-Slaveryj crews, loudly demand the re-establishmeut
nothing about. A defective
their cnterprizu c\plures, and their industrv permitted evasions and nnst law 'they change their clime ; and they are the can overlook-which no militarv mind can Almanac, and the whole Abolition press sings j I sour light-houses in that quarter, the extension

It ; the sales, though kuu ot men? whom this bill will invite into: undervalue. the ;!of law and it and the
improves. is then as pay, and not as a to same tune. From the first day that government to peopling
nominally declared void before the patent is- Florida, and which the public inle-rett requiresto The Senator from Kentucky [Mr. CKITTK.DIN the j! of it with industrious and
gratuity, that land is to be given them; uiul 1 sued armed occupation bill was introduced, the an orderly, law-
were made!
easily to awnne a valid lit, there. They wji! ) small: farms : ] nays it will take a whole to
Ibis is precisely in accordance with the policy I'onn. occupy ; year black and Tell spirit of Abolition S abiding population.
fr ( All 4his i is pounced
tlillere-ut in this bill.
These S
Jefferson the they will work themselves ; they will keep build these block-houses. That is a declaration it. The national defence its
of Mr. on acquisition of Louis settlers will upon That spirit has been at work ever j requires settle-
be
not like
disbande'd ,
'luldiers!
: iana. He then; proposed that land should bu i .scattered arms and they will use them. To every which astonishes me, coining from a since to defeat it ; and since Abolitionism has' m nt. There is no plan of defence for the
through the towns and cities, a prey i one, his house will be his cnslie and the de- Western man. It would be 1
hardly
; expected become Southern fronties of
given to the first thirty thousand settler*i to speculators but strong enough to dictate a nomitiatioi. ; no plan naval defence- .
able to bear arms, who should! go to the countt hums ii: Florida; ,i.i they willl be at their stai fence of limo whole peninsula will be thc bughess from a city gentleman, one who never saw a to the two highest offices in the Republic for the Gulf of Mexico, which can omit the-

try, and remaiti: there. Tiu: fact of goin: the Indians-where their block houses nnio.ig : :tid: the object of all. Sir, I look upon block.houso. lie and I, us Western: men, as let no one dispise its influence in the halls settlement, fortification and strong occupation

and remaining was a rendition of military scrvice '( corac. Instead I of no speculator will ever'' this bill as having a peculiar recommendation coming from States where these block-houses of legislation. It is strong here ; it is strong of this tonguo of land which runs down almost !
a lottery drawn by a bov in! thc precise fact that it is to people were the refuge of every family in their naval station
to
: for which he would give instead of znins ito distribute unknown I early abroad. It works incessantly to obstruct our at Key West, and
lands uii- '
i known : among that exposed angle of Florida, with small | settlement, hu and I should know better.- Southern measures, and to pull down Southern to the British possessions in the Bahamas. It -
cy.
j I
men settler '
if alive
every mu.sl make landholders instead of large slaveholders. 1 We ought to recollect tint a few neighbors'would ad their friends. is a strip of land a long which '
Senators object to the cificbnry of the his own phoicc and dead Inn men Sec its labors bridge, roust :
; heir ut law, Another objection( to these settlers is the meet together, and build it in a day- this bill be the avenue of entrance
because
S plau, upon the ground that the Ur.d in Florida and not a purchaser, must make it for against it will cause Florida to the enemy, to
It too worthless-too stcvilo and valueless- The cannot be made him. j sUjio"iiioii| that they are to do nothing ; that build it from the stump : cut the log, haul to be settled ; see his denunciation of the Democratic t the black regiments of their cruel policy, unless

to induce any person logo to it. They entry Ly a :purchaser, they arc lo render no service lo the country them put them up, and the next day cover itin members Congress from the non. occupied, held and defended by us with
say i assignee, attorney, or any body whatever, I in return for the benefits which they receive and close it up. A block-house is nolh- a and iron
the plan will fail, and foil buc.c there is no>C but the settler if alive dead his laveholdiug States which support it. From strong arm hand.
jjandif heir
( ; by This is an error, sin error of fact, which an ing but a green log house, of two stories the A to 2 from Allen of Ohio
; of II-
good land to bo had- nothing but pine bar at law. After the entry is made, there -- to Young Agriculture requires it ; for it is the onr/ :
can of
inspection lime second
rent alligator swamps, palmetto jungles: and be no alienation of tho land, even by judicial tiers bill will expose. The set. story projecting a couple of feet over I IL linois-all, all are denounced, pursued, persecuted part of our territory which approximates tft

and watery everglades. Tliis is a great error, sale, until twelve months after issues are required to render service, and the first, and resting on a floor ol split lugs ; and! marked out for the assaults of the tropics, and can give us the rich tropical
a patent ; great service to tbo country ; and cannot have the loop-holes! for firing being in the upper'story fanaticism. Abolitionism is the
and will be met by the proof which shall cx:. and if be alienated at bottom oftho productions for which we now pay so WC4
ploro U. I have taken caro to have the attempted to a ready, the_ benefits to be conferred, unless time wervi- both in the sides, in the floor, amid in opposition to this bill ; but it has two to foreigners. The the lernon.tlW4j.
authentic I. andcerlain orange,
perfect, cheap method is
,
,
easy ces are rendered, nnd proved to bo rendered. the projections. A dozen will
testimony of competent witness on provided for invalidatitig such alienations.Iu men put up j strong allies, namely, Spanish grant specula- lime, the fig, the tne.apple't1ie plantain,
1. They are required to be able to bear arms, such a house in a day, and cover it iu the I tors and Anti-Democratic
this point; and he>e it is, in the santa letter* this respect, the bill before the Senate and politicians ; and to cocoa, all p-ow there.. The most deflcU4.
actually to bear them ; 2. They are to next day ; and four or five men, with six on these I
of Dr. Lawnon General and Gen.Hernandez proceed. grapes,.rivaling the.ftlahga are fpun3th }
Jesup, differs from ,
I. nl l! that have proceeded it live in
statipns rifles
not more than 100 less eight or muskets with buckshot
nor car. S Another of the real
from which I have objections to this bill The famous "Cuba tobacco
so sugbtiw.
,
already that their is *
quoted so not the least that ;
S danger than 40 in a station ; 3. They are to defend tridgcs, and one good woman to load for them
and which I
have often heard
stated the honae
.Tbcaogeatleraen vcre particularly dc,. these settlers will squander their lands the stations ,,though shape pf havana cigars, ,wat

tired,to give their,opinion of the'value! of the They arc not soldiers but tillers of the earth-; remain at their when stations attacked until; 4.the They Indiana are to in would America.defend the This house Is against the all the Indians it is not yet embodied in an almanac,. is, that that peninsula. Cotton ana' ugarJl reCproach '

,
of
are history such it will make Florida '
vfeojj flic eottler could obtain a Democratic State. five the, h
: land and that -p degrees uearer ,
they are cultivators and therefore will hold removed
pacified or 5. They-are to.assist butldiogs A'year to build
; .block-housf
ljtbp| fertility of soil *,in. These Hundred,acroinen, iris said will other otto. United ... S
un4er aspecuiof: ealu- on to their share of the earth. They do not to putting. up the block.houses! and'the stock deed !. Why, sir, a young cadet from West all Democrats their any parts -
5' b ty ImatuMiY'and value of produc. take their land by lot but by .choice and adcs 6 ; UtUajfreeholdai will consequently, 'fiTCHdegrees Nearer 0,
; ; ; They are to cultivate the ground Point, brim full of science
and.book.loarning make
; them Democratic
t tiofliAiI4; ( bothmeu sn d therefore they know what they get. They 7. They are expected, from the provisions could not disc veitha means of spending a Democratic ; they, willi supporj natal cjuae;;; Beadeagthese] S

S *nim ;ccy! onsirercd accordingly, and are not alhouiand mile off;' cut at the slop, of the bill, to make pursuit rind search after week upon such a job ; while an old frontier mocratic. Stato in cause the Souths and make TJujf another irworra, De., roots yittablAs 1oirnia$rIexi ( pzift.

? and ready to1 enter on' their rights.; Thay the Indians 6. Thrv officer like ,
; occupy' V posts, and The Colonel Twiggs, would undertake 'wood and gall to the Federal party, now'catt.


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.tOt, and the palmetto, are the most 4ou.C. ; SUPERIOR COURT, WHO WANTS BETTEB EVI LIST OF- LETTERS __ -. -

The most valuable timber is found Accounts from St. Augustine assure us Waiiam M. Rtgsdale, lAttaclmentfor $565 24 !-I woulJ refer the readjuffpafclic 4 UlthtPort-Offica in- TALL )i -I. -.; .

Of which the live-oak, eo essential to that the Democracy have triumphed in the VI. CSun"n n for f 1200ilium to the numerous voluntary letters published REMAINING the Ut day of February, l&JO; .- -
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the chief. The forests abound \ E. WiIIcj. JIbIl1ed Jan,28, 1840. recently in thi.xpiper, and in the Good Samaritan, if not taken out within" Hire* month, they will to -
: 's Elections. The Federalists
have relative
D3' County "rtnrjablc to to the happy andtenefirUl effects of trre
next sent to the General
Spring Term. Poet-Office a*dead letters.
wine; the seas with fish ; and it is the 7 del' ndait administration ofMOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS
been conquered. We are happy to have it in Ik and l a" oli! r* iutcrckted, are AND Archer, MrbEW 2 Lynch.Col Jame 4 'S.
of General Jcsup that the fisheries hereby notified PHENIX BITTERS.
of thit
:on *zifintuuu of aid bulL Allain Monsieur
our power to add, that the GOOD CAUSE is going by attachment and I Those who have perused the letters above referred LangTho
ibis region, in proportion to their extent, aro required to appeu and Alexander, Capt.TL Lane, Ebenczr
as valuable as those of NewfoundIu tcith a rush" in Alachua, Jutal, Co. pltarl to the declaration: Hied therein nverdlng Lu to, will observe that in almost every case, they Aiien.lLbtG 2 Lancaster. D
Lj 'law. attest ihit fact
prove addition to all, such is the mildness lumbia and Jtdssau. Day is breaking in the CIIAS. S. SIBLCY, attends the taking, that of no theae inconvenience nid.ci., of any sort Alexander, MissV Lambert, R AVCTIONEEB ..
ordinary
0 Sin of Plaintiff.SUPKllTbTl ; in Alexander
be climate, and the length of the growing East ; and long may it bo before the night of AH'y cases, but that the patient, without feeling their Alderman,,D Capl Lovcll Lang,,G C H 3 AND

a: that two crops of many claskes ofolons Federalism again holds dominion over thisinteresting lliomas,LUON COURT, operation, i iv universally left in a stronger and AverittCol Jesse Limey, SamuelIireedioeS Comraioion cIercha us .

' : may by expected i in the year. Asijje Orinan, ) bpUorstatct'fLcaljh than was experienced picvioublo A 2 McRaotj, 0BrookerJohu SALE DAYS-Wednesdays and Saltrday 4
of the afflicted. I
portion being with disease
the j Territory. We con. 's Attclment fur S0 and \\n all cases of Mason D
three of cocoons, ,
; silk-worm, crops from gratulutu our friends in the East, the 1iUiainM'Kisk, hours acute mfieniiff, great relief obtained in a few Bafsetto. Henry May, R J 3 Town Property for Sale or B Bi. -
expected upon and
of three arc J'a'turnabl a euro
generations triumphs achieved bv to Spring Term, 1839dclcndaril three Js generally 'effected in two or Bond, Willis R May., D H SALE or RENT. Lot Number 118, la tte '
PKIXCII-LES FOR
; oally. Such is the interest which agrc .VXD THI; rnH.ifl : and all! others interested, arc cavo. Burbank, CtplS 2 HitchfUJ Plro of Tallahassee, with UM H Mthereon. -
In of
has in the settlement and cultivation! loI'L i:. l.creoy notified of the la titution of said suit b.housaVction ca.sca FEVER of every description, and all falter, RevtR M Aliddleton; G C Apply to a J HACKLET -
by attachment, ai.d urc required to i ii i, unniCiwary for me to sav Brooks J Jan 7, 1840 ZS
app.-ar and P Morgan, K .
;the country. plead tu thudeciaiation filed aught, as I believe the LIFK JIKDICI.NES __1TrLands-____ q .
Sir, it is i a great Southern object ; the The Union Hank, cr the Star, which is the law- J. i>. WESTCOTT therein arcordiuotu, jr universally: admitted to bo the moM speedy are now and Bland Be.slwiLk, David, A Moor, J,RMatVay Mrs S for sale on long Credit.

is interested in the pacification; effectua cure extant in, all diea THE Snbsoribwr! ofler* at private 4le tbe fi l- .
!e South same thing-(WC have heard of the same Fcb4tl,, J0 28 3m AWy of Tllff. esof thai clan. Baldwin, II D 2 McCIayMuuiford .
ad:: strong occupation idea The LljE! y luiciix are also a most ciceller.t lowing Tract of Land on a credit of five yetrv,vis;
rfiook John Al Win
jmc.2xper1flaflC.l advanced ,
being by a director,)__.arc J.MTED STATES MAIL KOAT.ARIIANGEME.VT : rehefin atfcct.or. ol the Liter and Bowels as has Lot No. 2. 4 5 ia fracL S 31 T .2 U 7 NXWLotNo.
It is 1 Southern Baker K Maner
a : : W Win
peninsula., rgo Capt M .
/ hat tmag to keep tlc been proved in, hundreds Of I 38 2 Is
up sjiirits of their friends : cases where
which has been for 1'ticnts Brown, 1 M C Mobis, Sami H.
the hrg rit seen: The have forward E
rc1 by the Simmer COMMERCl', come and r.-qu--ted that their expo- O JE, 1Yf; d E SWiSA 4 6 11
Thom
"long time, the largest wli'di' we now sec. suggestion that Coiigros will do for 9aPl jAMts Y. SMITH, con. nience in taking them might be pubicd! |, for thricnifiiofotlicrr. Clark Collins, ,Elijah B Mucsou Munson,, A Joseph! E Sc S4 liL4 6 II .

Northern Democracy fetunds by the the Florida IJduks something like what they F __-__. ._j. '"''iics to inakn her In thoir operation in such cays, Coffin, J WCramady. Morgan, 1* sw& %V NSV4 6 11
'!C object. They stake them. tid: for the Yazoo I TlVlCi: A WEEK betV4PI. they restore (lie lone eftuc Stomach, ktrruetlxn John Mcleland NSV 11 C 11 .
jjjis great bonds J
jth |HI company, pathe A Capt
) palachicola! and Chatah: )OChit.! carrying the U. the d-ffcstiic organ. and inviorao the ger.crtl SEI 3a I. 5 t&C
estpDa the| co'ltcst, disregarding! the i.XttC in. and make them a present to the stockholders. S. mail ; also, f.-rmmg a | art of, and eoiIii'wting funetions of th- whole body, and titus brct-m tc Collins,, Thomas Nuttall, Mrs M \ViS'owiin S& :31 j 6
f'cr Pcgjy
howling of Abolitionism, now reiniv The Star had an article of this sort last week willi, Messrs. Hop'uir.b & Stocvon'! great Drui.s both BCXCS, (for they are perfot-tly adapted to each} C cox, hannah Neet B,ACaIIel.t S J -4 .V: EA::3..4 NW4 -.5.' 1 A -

d a pou crful ally, and bravely! cthcinsehes \- It wick & florida I.inr ; lt is
m it. the A ,
for what is incur for the most sublimated essence of SIJNDAand WEDXEDAY, at t C o'clock, r.M re orinij lie.illli.In CirrVm A E* NE| & E4 SE 12 5
Oakland.
what Jolly___._it is identical with the hc.pe of the and crrivinjat Ciiattahoochu, every Thursday and ail'cc.iOKs.-of I the he4J, wh tla-r! o.njMui.-d. ; CatcH, EC Orenmt.Mn 3 ,, E| NE4wiN.vi& E& SE4 13 CSU'i 5
regarding might might i Su.an }
witho.it :
rrii, ruined: Monday, at 4 o'clock p. M.-h.avitiZ Chatiahoo. with pain and giddim, or i.i.uked Ly the xii. v- CiurkJamnc' N C Oakfurd svixV4.WiNEi ; WI r: 2 6

rxrflIr tor tIit'niches. 'ever was the speculator, who relies upon drawing a itiii: every rXIDAY and TUKSlUY[: at 8 o'clock pits cats iii itit)' of unpaired mpni d| t., ray; in ,Mfpitali.mb Capt A Pnebe! ,ICrecd tCtLy \ & Jr SEI 13 2IS 6

;itg of Mr. Jcffctt:>, that the NorthernLocrari prize h a lottery, without a ticket, to retrieve p. M., uiid .ir.ivni.rat Apalachirola the next days of time heart, iljtiileuct-, !teass Or uppclitc and C 'I' I'utiiani, 3 C; N&.W4sE 1Ii 7

was the :natural ally of tha South, his ibrtuies. by 1 1 o'clock, A. M..-C4riin? fie Urunswii-k and'Fluntia ftreiijrtli, and the multiplied! synloins, of dior- Drake, Etis! i: I'rentism, Javy W4 S.ttiohSc ) T IU II. 7 S 4E. -)
mails a nd llirouuli each! tiered digestion, THE LIFE MEUICI.NE SK4 Uoa I Tl R7SAE.K.J.I1ACKLEY .
pikMingriK ,
fi fnun lola .
Lrc lo Chattahoocliic.Thankful lo IIOSM.-J.S the inojl salutary etEcsiy.: |

"C PtxLhili. to-day, the speech; of Mr. Hen.tu fur tlie very liberal patioraT- received Coiihtitati.11,1 relaz d. weak, or dwayoJ. in George l'atterson, Alex JOIINPAP.KIIILLCuLier.

: IHIA.I'LOIUlA tu t;4 c t. uiicu Julie's ociiiinj, iu '1.-.. t-ciT.on. ?.I'S 'nfi I nf f S'A J I' ._ i..;.._ ... .... __ -., I qr ?YL'hI'l'., tha Jii ilOnCe men(.l Edsomi cart, hInts, Josiah 11 P.irtride. J'jliri Laiiclg for

cull the attention: of our reader Us length Tor fri'ijjU! or paugL-, |,.,] i,, to cn-t .in eDt, foi, u..livcliali.u| ore Hoori":",?;:.*' As"inus, ,,udcurid. Enlishm, Vm F' 4 ItcmarJscin! Dmiitl Lri -;-) .-. Sale.uft.3A..J.U ..ulmcp. the Apala.
: : i b ianl nr lo A. 1'. )I'.u-crly of t bl ,, .- V. \ ..ichicula Land Cumpany
r.\LLAIIASSiC. ( ISEN.NETT ,
has crowded out a variety of editorial matrcr .d. rml Cil3i-iOtrL higiits 1 stzpalratk, Cot 1 C Isc1'ar.Li Nrankbi tIme now ff..r (or gjJ and
,
Apalactiu-ola: l eh. 1. 2. Water Sired. wil crc li.:> ,' meet the haip.e| change and lite } csItry tiboir.g Pine Lar.4 Le041 Count, -
Saturday, 1'cli. S, 1S1O.'TiJE which we had prepared fur this week's papar. P. S. The new kleamT Lous will always be in chill. I watery fluid will Lt-con-c riehi] and ;balsamic Fletcher,, C Joep1i Robertson, Mr. L La Town South1tang t.Wa Iractions unsold
Rust
: rcadii.OM> to flake !'pr pbee on the line in of and lira limbs be uucmd with Mrs iiI ,18,19,23., %. %.:jfb: ; II, 15,17 and 24.
__: -- --------- --------- -- Our readers will not lose by the sub. case flesh, firm and I inhcr, Mrs El Iteud, F C .- .
Qt-UtriUiLY MfcirriM; of the atcidonl, to the Commerce.TJie licallhy.Ntrt.n.tlisordci I Fhoul.rd, F ( ...evIinWfl ..Southrarg I East-.ectiomssl,2,4,

) Church xvill bo held inLcav. btitJtiun.! Lancaster, Putnam & Co. will ui-:: riondiau \xl!1 give the! above three ittirtiuts. .fevt-ry kin.!, and from wl.at- FishvrGcorgo Randall, I'f'u.he..r.I 3, 8, ft, I.,13I3,1,2,23,24and frictiouj of 3

:bodiSt Episcopal feel less sore for the next week, in conseimcncc jet, o 3 e-r c-auM aiiwng', thy I eft-rc the effects or Tiir F' Rcece, JIlicliarJson and K).

to-day and to-morrow. Preaching and the Hanks scared. I -- MonticcHoll LIFE MLDICI.MS, and, all thai train of tinkintr, anxitlies. Vderick. Tames A A M In Town 2 South! range2Ettkt- ctious$0 and
more To the Citizens of
[ M-murruV, bv the l;cv. P. P. [ andlreiiH.urs, which so div&dfullv! atluit lh; Gorman. John 0 '!imberson, .'%lr I 31. dud fractious oi' I'J, Sy maid ::52.
o'clock!
ll W i.s: OI11C vt il-tlie.jwsed! pcr.voi or weak, the edt stany, und the deic.up" will, in a rGodly J M Had.3, L.Robinson. I In Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections 6, ?/

ab.M! the Academy. j The Legislature is proceeding slowly.We .- pcrs n* dd. (Ill the iiLt of the 27th t.f,, short liine.be succeeded by r.heertuhiicnod cicryj '!'Gilbraiih; Mr Dr J t and fractions of 5, C, 18 amid X9.In .

!_>t iii'it.tli. at iiiidnifrht! of frame iJay. ra'uc a fake j prt-i-a e oi health. (J at'.in, Tliomas! Roberts, \,VSaulberry Town 1 ouLii.rat'ge1 We l'-. eclJon.29,30

| ., ;_ ,, % of 13,000'bJc have had prepared notices of two or three debates alarm m tl.i't; town, to the oi
fursardtd o.i; llu illahasseu rail.rond: in the House ; but they arc crowded and quiet of the iuli biljits; llirn-of, tl at tir! and reaxMticn! of the woN, l by too (fn-iiuent in- W I BI Sadbury, S 36.

out by Mr.'! Hcntutfs speech. Tiie reports?, house of Kiii fy" v an ittuckcJ ami irt on fire t'ulgcnie! of the pie SsIaHiS, thu nticii.e! u asifc, I i Graham, Capt A bturgesVm A Tlta uhoeofTown! 2 south! range 1 WettxLepi -
tthe1ircSct dates : md upwards of-1,001) I by the Indians ; and, as such report wa, not only certain, antI invalu! je! remedy.Thiise I GJSIUIBU, David street Mrs R seciious 25.2G,33 and 36. *

sin oi Inud. Tro i prtscnl iijipt-ai a :ccs, hot\c\er, would have been a repetition of the UUall: ) without fouiiilalioii but al.o caituliitc-d tou wio hive lon resided in !hot climates I j Haujjerford, Mrs IHar retinow, Capt E'llinrcl .jUSl.; t<* $1-50 per acre in current bill of the

exceed tln.t of same S -Lancaster: Putnam: and jure me and my company in the ct>tiniotion ol t- and arc languid and ri ha Nell in their whole! system Jol.nP -2 Spear, ShIaiei Territory. 4
tmig
'i1I\\ company
:
Ltcipotts ''Ills car any Governor lake this These Land offer advantages for
the 1 hereby method tu pronounce may take THE LiFe MKDICINE with the ha1| |>icRtclpclc .1 It Smith, J pasture rngtcuitivaLion ;
tiuus vcztr. by soxeral thoUN.nil bales.he .- shulllirg lo aid the Uaiiks, and the Dcmocnitic tuch pt-r.son or j>cnons to (t' Liaw and ; and per-oui removing t.> the SoulliirnSlalcs ', 1 iioliand, Dr yiiepuril, John and superior Timber. I 4

1rtin i5t. Marks and Tort Leun, party thwarting their chicane. The Scoundrels., and dare them to confront me in the or West Inc'iei cannot store! a inure important hawkins M iScoll,John Cash payments will bo required for half secUona
diipmfut) and inallrr fractions of section All -t.
purchaser
inatLt r. article ofl.eiith! and life. Hair, Dr'ciiarhsliil.'caan Saltorthwait, J B
llexcceu 30,000) Labs' Luco-Focos are getting pretty well up to i'd ). 8 'J! WILL. WY.NX. '1 he fuhio.ing caMare among the movl recent S Shine, A over these may be niide on the usual terms of tlieicompanylint

Oar qujtuti.( .i> rcnuin udiaigcd, at y to Federal Iricks. Mr. (iibbs has gloriously \o'r1cE.LL cures vtTtclcd, and gratefully acknowledged bv the hI4 % kind, XX'uiilo Smith, Cot RScers "-- ,. _.-\t.l.,-i-4iiiincantma u., a lS ,
.r
5.It led J ljn A .t L.
*' ext.iigiiished" iiimsulf in a minority report, A in.inner of pe.somt arc cautioned a ain t I.t.t : Mi. Land in Gadjdca and Leon,suitable exclusively
Sarah
tJcei.ls. Case of Jar oti C'. Ilttn', Nov Windsor, Orange Hudson, Mrs A
asta priCf"i, i t tu S \ ; Macou. 0 lo 7.J ; he has undo about State ( oven.meit: Di\i. JQ. trading for a ',OTE or IIASD, made by me toJ County, N. Y.- A dreadful lunor: tlelroyr! mar I Here-fort'I Cot Simeon, Monsieur for cuitivalfoit, will alto Ho sold as usual!,oo application
n for Four
liomas 11.: Tu-inv liundicd Dollarf.a
J to John Carnochan, Esq. at Apalacliicola,or
ly the whole of hiface, and Ham, Henry Turner, Thomas
f Jimibus, (i to 7 : Mt'l'ile! b l', 10.I (). ;1 )1: IliC Ci.nnituliuv, and soon.O.ie 1 am Jflrriiiincd not to pjy it, until I get a clear! quick id el'from,the imno UMof the javv.Li o Experienced .Medi- IIeider.ou, D 5 TwatN the Subscriber; anil selllcr n ill bo preferred to the

I it New Y uli, 0:1 the --1 Ja-uiary! thenujttt title In lli'u I.iiiJ for mhidi Iho note AVSS given th.s.Vh tines ui.d in less than throe nuntns wa- entirely irwin, John M 2 f Tomilson: C Siisii.&n it'irchia3is of their kctilemcnls; -provided they make
HboJ-Hounds has died. l\ i.uari', 184'J. their within suitable tiiue.
of[ the arrangement a
; 3
-ured. ( wild JC Todd
(Careported, a wood vnjraiiii, ina henryJ4cksomI
: tu aljjut oOO bales per day, 1\:.. S. U IIAMPT'' .MATTA. C XV 2 L5 Former purchaser from the Company who are
new pamphlet! now >n press.) Taylor, Ii
[ithe nrcvuiiweek.. 1'Jnricias quoted at FrIh% t.. St. Aliu-tii3e 11ra'd. Jan. 9. NOTICE.A Case of Tho. 1'urcell *eim'r. 84 years of acn Jolinsoiiiaiiies Wiilu.Je-sell 13 in arrears with their.payment*, aru reipcctfully request

9. Tlie citizens Alachua received their new LL persons indebtc-J it the t>ub>rribcrs, will2L as aflli.-tcd Iti yt-ara will sxelhings in hm }rg*---- Jurdin, UJuhiiFou Wriglil, D D Carnocbau tTd to settle wilii the the Su&scriWr. ur with Mr.

hale the kindru-t-s lo call und M.-U.C lh san.>: Was entirely cured by taking 42 pills i.i 3 week*. Henr) M Wood, W 4 during cuou. D.BITP1TN.Aijeut
(;uriinr: at Ni'wiauilie! with great parade C.iat of Joan Aberdeen rheuinuti Jerking R S Walsoit, John J. .
iesvUlcaif: .1 oi'i he Nf.rth lia. t Di.putIcd u> all i.u-cltii-il i atcoi.ijii uiid lo'.ii wi'l Sc j dillicul.mmii and a hearty welcome. A aplendid ui.mer m ij! *- Land!* of an atlorripv uiir <*ufClK!! >m five yc. r -is caU'cly cured-has used the Jonson, Charloy Williams, Joseph Apalacno Land Com.mny.Oi.c .
Boundary is l.kdv :jci to produce was in readiness. thcnarticuLirs of which we IV-ui; (RMAN N. HALL.yiw Life Mtdiciii'-s for UTrms in thiMren, and found Johnson, Cupl A CtjohLson Wullm.J II at Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahas&ac.j.iii

!'..< f.v.i irotc-n: incuts ihtcrc tcd. -.hall in -.- ItielAl a bovt-rrian rtmtdye II JJJrwin Wauirh, Lieut A 4 22
i give : nr ticxt.At --
: OODS.US" misc of Lewis Austin-p<:riodical sit.khvadache Capt Joseph W rig hi, Mrs LA For New York. *
[He govc.'nuf of New IJns:) ;witk having a full iii'the citizens of Xcwiai ; .ivc--l latcarnvb's, '! and *
meetiiig r"c bv u new iyn re'.ttru : by a sma'l! dvc-now ci-lin-lj J-iliiiNtnii, Jas C Wood, 1
i&ced! Iinijflli tr.i.'ps n i lie! !lairds claimed Injianc : : !>\ilL' aid its ucinity, :iseniblcd at the e ir.vli ,iiHtMiihl of PRY. GO OSS, OKOS frt-i fiom it. Ki"Ti| Misn tl jV'iHunis, J G WILL have imuieJieta Jtipatch tbunrior

: It the &tipulatius of the court-house; in the town (if 'iCViIiIsS% ilk at ccr iis, IIAIIDWAR::, 11 hiichi we Case of A don Aiars-cured of a most inittrrale Keith, riniip H Wrighi, Z C | bri'/ Two Sislen, G. Fish,

coutrary 1 o'clorlc P. .M., December 28, 1B39, for the ;VJl! bLI:i li.w, furcut-h orupprnVi'd) credit. arid olihtinalo tl} pcpa: and fcnerjl deoility.Cutcot'Adah Keith, Cot A II WiUon, Revt R S iiiatcrfc.r freight or passage apply to
,
tyuiUi Mr. 1'orsyth, Secictaryof St.ite, 141).C. GU.IMA.N f. HALL.I" Ad, \ViuUt.or, Oli.o-rheuma- Loved, Mr Williamson, W HOLT A MILLER
):i I )O5& 4:.f 4 iratiig{ : resnlulions preparatory Lieut D PLests Jan 25 2G Port Leo,,.
lit: !Liter has rcni>!racd! wih: the DritsshjibLster Sale or ICcit iI-tXi, i/raifl, l.vtr aliiclons: and gcltzni; nervous Lynn, Lewis 2 Wlnting _
,to the nicejiti'i'i 01' his lixn-llcncy KOHEKTRAVM of ( deblel').tIILd lucn C'ifjR-il seven year.WHS raised Jamea S Wiihiss, HC i _._
for tic! wai.t of gooJ fmh on theJJtof 1'it r.iiiimoiiii.ui &ianJ a a IIOTIL.ii .. .. U. Ce. *l.-- V't..I.-.l- 1 7 -
i
this ,
from
*ND KIID on his anivnl al place, ho. bed bv Ukinirviicbox nfnil >n : S1 M.MJKrj, n-n-nii OCeUj..d"v L ROMkim--i'ubscriber in T>Ilahas ao the Siinst.
; iI Wi-odward oil
!iIesrs
; )
lheV riti li m'horhk of New I'rur.srick. ofbillrr* -a m-.i.t t-x raoruiuary cure-*he u nowa Lov d tL! Cooper F
: -Cwl. F. H. Sanchez was. nomi.latcd Chair- I I* 4 thit subcner.! I'osMcsMtn given imincdiately. healthy! and robust woiuan-all.ttied by her J.G.SEAIZCY. P. .17. ., a bay mare, with black wain and legs

Tie ciiixodc..cc; bctv\ccn Mr. man, uud John Tucker and '!'. J. Prevail I $ '\'ly| ] to the undcrFigueU'. very husband bliubei Adams. a while spot 011 hlUs left fore leg.. Tho Ut time _

the resolutions or to Win. M'.Minghi.__ Territory i>t f Florida, said animal wa; IKCU was at Mr. Caruthera"*. FUs,.
Irsuij: and Mr. rih(? Ur'ui-h Minister 1 -Seer taxies : ud followi.ig ; Case of Mrs. Badger, wife of Jo3uph Badger | -
Jubilees Court.
IVti. S. --F. GKIIMMN. t-iimlur at result theI.I.M Leon County f S. S. teen dullais will bo paid lo any per on who will.ehv .
la ove-
LcCKtconinuic.tcd; !_ : ; to the Ui.itcd Siato: were adopted : nearly'..- C' -- -., satnt.C. F. Towic >? Ait.mchiiieit '3 ;:; .! r tK| said mare to Mr Harry Nicho! in the
Iticrd That l he principles: aid measures for Sale, : 01 .ju.-ji iio.jr.i.i. a jouu- unnurneJI V DAiiuge 50,00. of !
'j'&ilthsjm.O.!
vs. :it j JAM 5 IMRIE
is rather kAhgtrei.t in: its char;.cler.is 1MROUC11E, with I ivon>ui! sulij--ct to i.i heallli s.--\ir.il year* a.alico'Jrre
H\MriO.Mii LiUHT! '
pale 1 h
of the prcsvut Admi ii trati-ji i.icc-t, i.i al! 4 I Medici.fs \VinL.. XX'iitey. j-ui l\ "26w4pd
.. ufttm'Lite ; entire' Kalored
[i: even rumored V/athLigton, that Mr. ar.J corJbl al aid iufiien. toinjilule fur lw> hafIet', t>vTori ) ,941hiE defendant, and ull other prrtons iir.crr&ted, -
our full appro> ; h id hfjli!by. MR.
respects Leon, Feb.y. \\ V..NAUtillT.; i !> now r a : iiotifu-d of Inc institution of tliee R. BERGNER,
FGI ti4 demanded liis passports, in cnnsc. that we |lih forward tu the re.tctn! i of.lariu (;a.=c of 'hIsb Tboii.a'j;n rr of Ki! Thomas arc hereby the 2Jth Professor of Music. ,
kiiit required to on .
J au i are appear ?
Jnce of tic leor: of t'.is corres.pn idunciv Van Hurc-n, us a triumph of 1)ntjc.: lttiiiistritoiV; s' Notice. cough a r.I l hVinj'Uns: o; cuesuiimtismm-ciirvil, in day ot" Ftjruery, 1U4U. at the utfije of William KSPECTFULLY informs tha ladie, andgen-
uf MILLSTX
/\ LL ,'cr!> .us indcbl.U lo the outc tour weeks. Her I Mster t iud ofa severe .iltai.L of R
::4 will muri to his gn\cnmet.:: The rry. _. HI.AEL-, o'u-ccu-nl, late of l. o.i county, UH i.l4i.imalory rhcun.ali .m HI: ON:. V.T.EK. HiliiarJ. in the city ofT.ilhmbasseu, Fla. and make llcinen of Tallahaiiicc and its viciuity, that
in bum deieuce, il'auv they ha\e. on ihe said 29t: tie u ill locate hlujself in this
wn>eof Mr. 1'orsyilj in ihe nwtii-r, i is high. ii.jlrcd, That wt have lull confrJciicc rc' 'tu- ltd to make unt.ifdiaie, jb.i) I&iet ; utiJ tho- C.ic oft:, Ciilss-e. <: ef! a i-v ere at'atk of F. TOWLE, permanently place
the desire; and ability: of the jirrsent lifsd ol .lax.tig ciatiiiH gdii: t lliet-tutc. v.ill j ri.-i |.t ll.emft.r -carlet fever in ii few cat by tins Life .Medi.-nies., thy of February. Ptaiiit.ir.Wanted ; tor the purpose of giviu instruction ou lime PianoForte
proved by all! ji.r.'ifjs: J.t Washi.jgt on, ataud Ub b 2t iM i'k-feroticcs niuy l>e J-CL-U 011 application. '
the V' Joel U. Poi.iCtt: lo DJ-! nujuhiiiiciil. iiLSA.N liLAKK, 4tiei. i a>i' of llarriei T oe.d!, t'alm i, N. V.- its it:
.tr Dfpartm'-.it,
: nifid In.iorabl': *. asd: hub \\ onl.hnlew I'ti.e. C. K1\.M:1 Ul.AKH, Ailin'r.oticc. a \\t-rv luw btate nt licultl. a year and u Irilf Jid Piano Torlud tuned and repaired. Mo ic for :
duct the pres :rit dis-istrous: hostilities M uhuccctsful .' a Situation as Bookkeeper, ..xlc. '
T. i-i a'/i!
not cxpctl l-j uc-ir. .ii.s i.o.v ; ;o
leads. A few la>j.i'l settle the close, aid in bis readiness tn io .4ttiS1alCV'S :\ %t.tk aboUt, uid is rapidly r.c-jv.ruij b-th !I.jal'hunu PERSON: fully competent lo take charce of a Orders left at this office will Le >lriclly attended .

uer a> tu the probubillly! of future diilicuCapt. !- justice lo those! who are iiuylved in: its hor LL peiHins indebted to lilt cnta'.c of AP.o:< steiigth. .A ret ot book ,and who would! aluornaka himself! to. ,.

rors. -.5L PKirciitTT, d-ce.uPed.3 are n. ju .->ltd to make C.asu of Ij( ImaiI.iiI J. Turk-f cv ro ease of usei'ul as a .iht'4iii.LtI. Refer lo Mr.WM.hI.Viarr, -jan1t 2C .

,.:iuu-Jut-; PJYLI.tit ; and lhojc liatin r ilaima a.am1..t Fc\crtiiid A ue_ruifd in a viry tl.oit t-pni ohlimitt. url' Mr. MICH. LCDWITM.c.Jan. Laud----for---sale- and for Kent. -as- -
Iitsjlved Tbu.t jccei\o s.'.IiJI grati'.uJe ? '
2
% we coUti, w.li tii m for adjnilmt lit.r.o. h'.aia! 3 I 1340.
l!>e ; |.igm-il| < Di.ri.flciis followed; tinct'v.of .
Stone: of ths .cbr.EIzi1clh An::, WILL ncl! G6J of first lanU.ooe and
.
acres rale
of the
a.d the i .telJig.-uce app.iitil.mcj.t J' dIN C. MUNl'oRU A dm.MAliSIIAIS -
delight, : S. Cii. : .Xnio. JJavis-AlTci lions, of tlm Liver- I.
aiirsIiits.I' .
mIc 'I'ataisksj.PP.
4sbnnrl half of Terms
fiouejs a south ona -
cnvcdai iut.
S Marks the 4th .
fel-
: esteemed
and
ou -
tI'our .
( Tinguiihvd after trying dottm's rrmtJius ill t. :'. Kir a long
SALE. | submcnibe3haVCtI1i5 div entered iit.i tenth down, 1-a.Ijncc in tbreo equal annual instalments !
'llC
Cedir the wreck of iho Khzuu : lu ..Citei H .bfrt U.i\moud Ut-id, tu the lime, '.a. cuud bj the Life Mudiriiies wilLoviiiruuble. :
n-pjru % Mil.'o: ul a writ "i aunt'im.nil, i..Mjcil out i iof pai'.ncrsl.ip a. eue.al toiui.ilsiio-.i and forttnui" ; with ii.lvrvbl tfuirt tha'Jrat, secured by bond -

i1eth (':it.; Downey, of I IlarwidiKiss. gi crtxine..t of'Florida ; and \ic\v his tleva.U BY the Sujitrior Cuurt of il.o Muldie! li>- <*jfc iiicrttuulb, under the .-.t>le of McNausLtV ) .ind apfrovcdc( >irily, und niort agQ on. the prop. .'
of Demo.cra'.ic L'-'on In wi1idi baruii i ijikmtili Lxttaurdiiury c.n.o of Lynuii Trail, who wasf1i.ed .
? Ixed in ( n as u guerdon) of the triumph tnci, for Coui.ty, llarlf.V s Ormoi.d.: WMMrXAUGHT. >'rty.
sjj p >.jei] to have been fi; > :; in Florida.Rifulrnl : anJv in. L.: \i.ley tu dtt\udant, I have w-Uh L'hti.i! ': iJ Yt.-rN-alluded a pined JAML OtlU.\L). For rent 100: ;.icrcs of my ptjntatiou uno milo! from

ktvsqu1t o : thy 2th Dccfinl-.T. Cnpt. priacipU-s M.''i Ddl T. J. Kvn- upon, and t-litil 'ell al public ou .tion, '.im euro in 21 hours b} the U.-.C of the Life McJioinrs. IVrl Ltt.n, J.mu 0, 1C4) 2t TaIUt isMc, uudir jrooj f.-iicc. .
That Bennett
Thousands of oitM iilHutcd i i like manner. P. UU YAL.jm .
.
: :: CjirJiseoni Sa'uuia! ), lic! 'J2-1 .n lan<, ut Iron ol' the c >urldjjr pur JOHN
028usii with llu (
.
i coinujv: Prevail, James Pcndarvis, M. Ilindley, J. L. hlOUbU iii ''I'-'li-iliJ-1' il'jrin leifii! liurh t>iiljy hi.iveby a jemditi..tms use of MOKFAT'S LIKE PILLS LAST NOTICE. 25 2C

:* 27tlt, but fortunately) mude :' harbor dur.wjiull. ro%% xncd, und F. K. Sattchebo u commit. aid < out: h&rgi II ut'iZ'g.I, und b'x Mu'rs' .i.d! t'zii.ii UITTEKS, beets" restoiftt to the enjoyntuitof I llE: 5u'.scnber nouScn all those! i.idebtetl; to KO'flVE.A .
DilU-r.
the Abi'ut the middle of Janua- tee to make suitable arrangt-ments: fur the re. ai.d gear. I all ilioLOinf'rU o Me. Tlio are him. that su.t will be commenced on all votes
: s..iu tollic tas>tc and liiLl!, gently atrinjje the unpaid LL haviiijf any dcmaudx against the
Levied amid tu Ic sid! lo sniffy saiit \ lit, p ar b-iffrred to remain L j.eibun
Cjt. S. fell in viih tIle wreck zitil lowed cqitiot of his F.xccllency: CJcivernor Reid, at aCt.uriLll3 upon to law. tijifs of the momach, and guc tiio.1 pr-per tcccr0'U :).A. csuu Edmund B Vasa lately deceased* of .

fJtothc haiUir iiudi-r Cedar Keys. The this place, on his way to the scat cf {joveni- S II )U\AL. M.irbhul. \ \ hi< h a good ti.gklion requ.rei. A=> nthinir ca.i: Jttlt.uam county, are requested forthwith to rail'de'r

Uy C. FLIITCIIKH, D M be better adapted to help and ,n<>uiili lieu tons'ilii-, < E. LOCKCKMA.X.Jan. in their claims properly attested to Was Cudd,
menl.Itfsulr.d:
*jj 1 was alvji-g ) ith. hash sturc J, and it i is prc- Thr.t said committee bo directed 1-'db. !. tion, NO thfru ia nulhi.i more generally ucknowluJ 23. 18-10.) 27. Montitello, my authorizfd a ,enl., and all persona.t
_
'nLd all on hoard jicriyhcil. The C-arolie td lo bo peculiarly efficacious in all inAardAa __ litt are indebted to the same wXI make payment '
tu ciiiiuto his Kxcelleucy the congratula- MAKSIIAL'S SALE. >ting, loss of a;>,ittiltiiidi vflion, dejeresm.iui u'' IVO'TICE.rn to him. ELLEN W VASS, .

- vwdln Cupt. Djwncy) and WZ) bounds lions of"his fellow-citizens ot Alachua, on B Y urtuu of a, nl altathnient, i eufJ out ol t siritc| tremblmg, or b.'iaking! of ihe Lands aid hu'bs, IliE Co-PjfUiernl.ip hcretoforo eiUtisig; be.fl. jilt 18 C6.v8 Admiuistrair'u.Stolen .

Taniia; Bay-lic naie of the male was his appointment to a station which wi'J' place Leon the ni'iiiSv.in Suj.i-ii' i'r j v.Coiut h Inch Jo-epii of iho }Middle'. C. I Hurloy I Oiilrict n,* !| oLntiiatc coughs, C lorlnt-js of braalh, or cr.. uitin. twceuViu.. Canaon: a.ul JameI1.I Limn. U -

>:3jOj! __names of the crew mt rccu1Ictcd. ii: more ;prominent' ucw his eminent virtues, lor p'.an.lilV: amid \Vin.K. Willtj u defeiidjnt, 1 hapInvifd !i live Tho tidbits.i Life. Mtd.clmsu po soas wonderful efficacy lists neswi'l dav'! di>solved lm earned by i-nituat on by isent.Jas. H Lunn.The bus.-Ail 1J1RO.MT A Bradford's taMc on the- night .f -

render bis tulcnlu more lmaI| bell at public aU laonat l'.o: now instant, knialt bay hone, sinai! star
and enable him to and a
) up n, | in all nervous dit>oitloii>, tiu, bejdac'us! utakiics- indebleil t the tutu will ple >c snake pa>-
e are indebted: to the lIou.: Charles nerallv usnliil to bin country. Sbelicc IMnte, in the county of Leon, di.rinjf,, U-- es, htfuvinesit tutu lownrs of fpiriU, di.n'ti> ofbigtil tlio>e to the lalUT.t XV M. CVf.NNOX. in the face, a white; hind foot, several while aaddto

*uiug,our delegate in Congress, for scv- A'fWmThat! F. R. Sanchez, K. Knight, gut houron Frid yihi> 2Ut iiit.ta.ii', two Cribs ot confused thoughts, wandering of the mind meul JAS. 11. LUN>. marks nu t.is back, nnJ pasus" or racks well. Any .
ako! Let f him l 3 irilcs north of Tall a- -
and L ,t of L'uddvr ; onu o tfIVOTICli. ,>er John Tuck. Corn, o.ie und rn-Uncl.oly, nnd all kinds of hysteriC Jan. 23, 1840. 11
White
erlLlvau&.e! K. K. Vapors 'j'a.ihassee! ,
| Dr. ,
public documents UaacUarrason, Corn at the Uuval place, wh re the aid defendant rrmovtd llu'.r use. liUfkeetiia! !! I tr suitaLlv r.ward'id. -
C(>inlainU, are grudually by -'
ir, P.. M. Dell, Dr. K. S. Aldrich, M. Hind. I lately rrmded.up.m. In iickncMt| of ihti kloinach, tljtuh-ncieb or ob truc- JJA1ES, F011T.

TheSth'fxcasur Hill! pu&sud the .Sunato |lV, ti. F. Olmsacd, William Scult, ai.d .Simeui 1..e ted aiid lo UjlJ to natuly siJ writ. Lions, they aie safe and povverfu!, and as a pnntirr A LL person indebted to WULUM H j RAMCISJ3L jau t 26 -

a the committee to communicate to aecoliiii' t' ihj blood, have not Iheir! equal in the in utcounl oi olherv i.-e, up t" i.suiury -
[ : 23d January, by u vote of 21 to 18. ; Dull, be a I LI. of they store forthwith It, lissis, orto -STAGE LINE -*-:- -

urce Yau lluren men \otiug! i.i the liegatibe the Pi-esideufof the Ignited of Stales this the gratifi.cation iiaveex }'et,. 8. t Uy U. FLETCHER, U. M. Wul 1'or adtlilion.il, 1 p irticulars of iho a'jove rime
i -Tinstructions.: which the people county FloriVH. 1uirjt': Gowd SttUiarilan," a copy of whichjCtoinpanU's Feb I -7 Four Horse Post C.aclies.
in the of (lovcrnorKei'l. Richard R. Pilgrim, 1 Middle District of ,
]>erienced appointment the medicine'-H-copy can t |.wayii bobidiiKd -: -

Hie British Queen, at the las. advices from I' t1aLcon; nuprrior.court, ol l this diflureul A cnU who have the PARTNERSHIP.IKTM.H. .
New the ol tins i William AGncst, udmr. spring term, 1840. medicioa for sak. FRANCIS LEVI HAXT entered 11:
York Rrsohnl! That proceedings
had been out according to her the f By aII.thIfleIit-AtTida-: Ifc4 I, under
See. of ul! amid bingi-r Flench, Uurnuu, and Spann-h diieeti.. can be T into, Ce.l.arlncrbhmi > 11 January,
regular day of tier arrival meeting be signed by the Chairman nut "outl* and clfitcuof Reii- ( \it tiled for $196 aUbty <> & MART, a. the oM stand
sailing 22 days. oblainttd, onapplical.on at the oiQce.375 Broadway.AM the lyle of FRANCIS Pi&'z'T
4 *u looked retarifts, and that the same lie published in the .&haer Ii dec. j Uond in SWGOjTOtse. paid Icllcrs will receive unnibJiaio al- of WM. H. FaASC1S.'M.. H. FRANCIS. Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Stately, A
The post
fur with great anxiety. Florida Herald and in the East Florida Ad.vocate. : The i' fi-ndar.t, and all -jlhorn inter i iXJ teisinmis. Vet 1 27 LEVI IIAItT. and Brown's Ferries, Ga., and Irwnttoft- -

"feat Western m March last was 24 days ou ? ou-d. are hertby notiiied of t':.
, tr passage. FRANCIS: U. SANCHEZ, j jJ l( the. above suit, l Icy aturhmcnl; nud arc required | 375 Bio.idway. New V .rb. A liberal dctfuttion RUNAWAY SO HOURS Stage trrfvel- faIaa Colum-- .

Chairman. to appear and plead to the dtehratioii tiled innaid n.idc lo iht-ho uho punt h14 e to Xl: again.AGENTS ItOM the SuBcnbei on the 2Ut of December, ONLY .lo New Orleans,in splendid Caicbc?' % -'

Tbc Saloon at the City llottlvfll ba lilted mTLCKKR.; ) Secretaries.T.J.I'RCVATT bull, accrrdiri" lo the statiito in uch Cu nuuc -The Life MeJeissei. ,may .l.u be had I I a Neuro Girl, n uicd Katy, aged about sixteen on u level and beautiful road along the banks of -

I $ and iiiuvidid. R.W. WlllTU, in lo n Oflil7 trout leuta broken out, and Rivor. -
a Theatre of any of I tin* }prineipul Urupyiat every yvars. Has one the Chatuh-orheo e --d .
and ready for representations TallahdSbcc, Feb. U, Ittl'l.') am. AtL'y._fur Pi'lf. throughout Iho United SM4le maid times Canada is somewhat la.im In the ankle. U U believed lm DAYS OF DEPAUTUKE- ,

.2jJj)1 the ensuing week, \vlici our citizens MASSACHUSETTS.Tlie KOTICI- ------ ------ Abk! for Mollal's Life 1MU and 1'hcaix Bitters; und is in tho neighborhood of ot. Murk A liberal From Columbus, on T'je*days and Fzidaju, at -. -

liii have an opportunity of witnessing Miss contested question of (Governor indebted lo lUo tslato of JAMES be biirc lh it u fae similiu iilli.hn MoflatVs'rgn store reward will be paid for her delivery at Tallahassee, 6 o'clock, A. SI.Friihi -
kLLboW5 long A l..Ii 1'ersxtnn to nuke the label of each bof.Ic of Bitters or bu* of or bccurcd so tiat I wn' get her. Chattahoocbce, on the sane daysarid same V -
IK
Democratic can.didalc deceai'J, are rt'tMioted upon
in synic Of her, nott favorite char- i in at length settled, aid iho ..A. BHAXCII. TJioae' dtiiimnd a- 1MI- C. P. MA1IER.Tallabusee time after the arrival of tho U. S.Mail Boat fro fl*>3

ftP MA is elected. For this information we iiiimcdialo |,talcvill aym -nl. .renl theni haviiiff,duly nllcUoi. 'I'hIeSu'tfaluahe! Medicinsb are for sale ny Ja. 28, 1WO. 27 3t Apalachicola lola, nd meeting Fort Gaine V] ,' -

indebted to the following letter tu the M.i 1 irainstHuid i pr JOHN WIAXCIJ, RANDOLl'Ii & LEWIS, ---- Ppr.i.i5 desirous of coinir front ColunibusvOa.a ..: _<1loNow

are of the 8th lost.BOSTON. iur paymcrl. Admiuislrator.I fet ft 28 Tultahassec:. Joseph }'.C. Harley, Leim Superior Court, Orlean will Cud I hi* by fa tha cheapest *
thou hast Post
mkchicf
J'ctcr, what i York Evening; Jan.TS. Fub.$. ---- vs. I.Spring. Term, 1841K and most cxpi-diliou, as'well aa tb. safest"ad -

aud I FOB SALE.m Territory of Florida, S J.Jin.tiecs Court. W, hI. Vitky. I Allacbinent $344JK? inoe.,cvmforiabKi way, a4 ir-iutarseeV the great ..
r.trlet fo for Governor are canvassed would respectfully iniorui the Lcou County.F. p1 J Damages $1000. Brunswick and Florida Line CUalUboocho .
7'hc voles
m i letter received by a lady iw th-s TBSlHK yb criber TowloWin. )' Attnchmenl $23.00. ,
I T4lldha. and vicinity, lial helu defendant nJ all other peruiM iutemU travel of but 30 facnin ky through :
r: city Iroiu, a corrcspotdenl at foot up 1Ii* follow : t-itixen. of vs.- .. La.aniegem0,0O. of making a stages '
Barard institution
THE of the
1 L1, Sl,35 for male, at the stoic lately occupied by arc hereby notified the whole route.. Tyue from Culumbusjttt Mobile,
'buco ed this lie- Morton E. WiHcy, and "
niurh led'tw
aiuu> morning 5O,7OScatteting PMklnf.'pear the market, largo qau.Wj the above suit, Und are rju'e appear 64 hour -
1'mig frmn friend Everett & Ilic defendant and all nlher i tts.tcd, ore tTZ.JIn said OM.Jan. -
Church I fctopl t'J fee our BACON wrMni tlitns. to'ttie declaration For tb's -
i- ItL 306 _of fir.t-r.te of Iho above plead
4. t'ritr1ctnrW1LLIAMC1DY
innttulion
** Theai4 notified of tho P.DUVL,
for cami. hereby JOHN
ull I found odlyod chriP.
s ri'-k' ,sud tlsere a : Shouldur which he will beh
lLer 51,031 T&1lliaeCC, iuil and are required to appear on the third Saturday for Plaintiff.
isitici frQUI 1840. 27 AUorney CJiiittihtuochm Janaar $ ISll 37.NOTICE. .
30lh
Udics roirittlin over > nicthinj biwu wal 101th' a in February,1840, iist. at Hie office of Sainuul __ r, > :

th7ib3nLt y dreadful. Try$ ited me if I Ip Morton's majority FOUR ud is vol) cured' 'ftud frtsh.3O4LL MoNcOU 8. SiHey, in the city of Tallahaie. Fla, and F.C. H.rler.Agenl r Lean Superior Court, -- -

** U bX Joseph piper, conlaminj the No votes were found for' Mrs. Chapman, ,Fvb, S. 3' make their defence, (if any they hare} oo the said Jo-eph of Sarah Harley, J Sprmir lerrti,' 1840. i: LL |i rsoiu tadebied .to the 41tC otJ aYAL

"lII&ccoIIlt of tlie Blood bounds alipjup & and one vote returned mispclt for Morton third Saturday of February., / a?. > AtUcliroenl $16t58. im'powz .,dee.ase ars r.qa.sted to ei.-

; IpI 'ji'ICrcw: Itold them I Iad-t.hey all was counted for him. Vni : f e bS 2S 3t *\ TOWLE.rUintiff.For E.-Willey. V. Dangu$1000. hnnieaa.payuicut' 'gut : -

1E14 1c'hUtM3tIIippca -_- -- : Went, :iofrudant and all othcr-persuu;;intercut will presvot theuiMoJr.KU/- for .ettIsmeat1o

r eyes *1)4 bands, world ncztr MARINELIST. bundroJ and twenty toni of cleared land THE arc hereby uotiao4ef institution of tb ubscriWr- -.tIQl4tr FOVELLI -
-
ai ekc4 -
Zi vhu ( ,. ONE good f.ucVand prcpar. d for planting the aiiov.uii.ind aw, rwoeatef to'ippearJiDdJ Eecu1Mz.' -- --
: c uci1cd the R u"er, by exclaim -- : Tallahasaje. For further decaraLio ited in sgideas NATHANIEL' U AMUI *.
Port of St.AKRIVED.. TXcToNxB? too miles north cast cf pl d to the,,. ,! ,
Mu.tiie, Lord wiQcrddra lbould Ls I particulars inquire of W.Dr. lIilar4TaUaucI ( 1. .S JOHN P. DUVA.D -

Lurd's wll iit unL r IIifli. Ceot r 13dm t Fla 5 I M.JH. Wariujr on the pteIflIE.. an.30th, 1840? ttor' for PlfinUff.j ;'

plslnc4 pb.&booi.r Oii&IL) 4Ecb'flh.Brig I DAY Etcry Saturday Feb. 8, 1C40.1AL .

ticb Lorrv1gsb dIiii fins Statira, Batb&geJom N. yorc.: ., .

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',. I.EGALNOTICES.NOTICE. -- -E.-- BMk ..... UST DECEIVED by GOflMAK fr BALL I .1P'Dwtw- .
J &
1 .- ; vain Baata/ J1ni. subscriber will eontiaae the above bus- by late arriTal. fro* the north, a lure ueort- (OFFERS r to t II4iii .
THE .
at the S. W. Corner of.' Warfiwftonfiquar. m eat 'of Dry Good., Groceries and }Hardware itsvidy, aD4_ "
., & to the charter .f a ra 0 petroaap
Uoatbs afUr date, I ahall prwent my ac- : and Monroe Street, and having a complete c onsi'tingof mt1rfNhrmiri.
JIX 'an*' ro d and applr to the Hon.wdga : will be in force for haortnaeD&.or the best of Linen Paper, be t now Blue. black, brown, red,mat, and dab broad m printing akiagbnsin... IiYa"pealliae.

oCtb. eoa.t.1 Coart rLeuD County for a WILL enabled to manufactnr Blank Books teittjA. cloths. office .

disrbtrf; from the administration of U e exate of dene ". Gen entiled an act to incor- cription suitable for Banks Public Office.Merchanu Plain and fancy ribbed e&n men, of all color, _jan 15 __24__ .f1"

Hector Josliedeco..ed., tale oruld county. j.. 2. the Union Bank of t t Ion- and others, in single or complete sells ; Bloc, black mid and coPd sattinette. o

.;,. .R pt '7, 1839 JENNCT LESLIE. Deed Record, and Docket Books, and all oIlier 5 cases nero kersey two Horse wv.j

.- S. W. the Governor andLcfis Blank Books used by County Courts can be obtained 3 bale plain and plaid linseys.Welsh 0NE one Hots dJcomplete. "r

NOTICE. lorl of Florida. That if at short notice, ruled and bound in any style dimet and canton flannel 40li j '

SIX; weeks .date I shall apply to >Ibo honor heretorore, or may hfllre- required, and warranted equal to nothern or any 3 1.4 41-4 and 6 1-4 bleached and brown do- N, 81 h, 1839 LRU- ':

: ,judge'of the county court of Colt mbia the pledge of stock, as other manufacture. Farticular attention will be mcsiici.Enliih .. '.-\.1'. ". :.

for leU adnifniatration the i'ltlt section of the : and Venetian cerpeling. .
ronnly estate
faof on paid to re-bindingold Books, Newspapers, Maga- / RA.TIER'S 0111
of Isaac .Yetls, itt. of aaid county deceased. ""f/ ILL ,shall neglect to ames, Panphlef, Music Bookll. tc. in plain or Superior 4 1-2 and 5 I 2 fur oil do. -- cnra for .,
Y V Courts ANafiectaat '
or for of 30 etler.
note .
C F DUERR. iheppace English and BruseN *. &c. .t.
orn.mf'lItaltintlln.1, or to match ;'atterns. Paper tuffmat eruption .
1. Suwannee. Springs. Jan R, 1840. 24 w6 Ditticl and in have become due, the ruled for Bills, Letters, c. Super light and dark fancy print Jacob Ralier. Baltimore. To*, :
office i is for
the forfeited to the hank and
He has for sain a good assortment of Muslin and.ehally d lain dresses. 1711 1I.1ao .
NOTICE.IX Dec 21 SO received from the sale filaritr RANDOLPS "
Bk! and eol'd
r silks.
B'K.ks
Letter and rpled
Writing Papn, or
[IX Monlbo after date, I will present my accounts added to the. surplus tile bet quaHly. Ruled of description. I lain and crojs barJ Cambrics. B LAKIU. ij
and Touchers' and Dr. paper enry ;i "
; for demission General
apply a I orders received and attended second,etc. Aswrtmtnttood of
liis thankfully promptly A Bug1(
from the administration. of the estate of Red a r OFFERS I That shall he the to. P. AHAYWARD.Tall Linens. 'la W III'/Clo" hosiery, etc. paper,for sale' at IhnOfcT.. '.

Vann deceased.S Tal when any share mlYI I 5 i bd Justices bxecmioos _"
al his father's has! "er, July 13-ifCotton > brown cngar. Blank Dceq
P J 4, 839 6m HORACE VA N, I proceed t.) sell the rame 4 boxes white do. Summons, Bm..r I' .i ,

4 Adm'r ofK djr Van, dcc'd. inglrn quae.Talnhl"sle. %t bidder hcfare the bank Weighing bl* loaf do. Subpoenas, Bale. .I

_. -- ?lcf', anrr giving ten d THE sub" iib..:r, appoint Weigher of ccn, 20( bwea sperm cindlw. Warrants, leeCMitt.fttonae7'; ,. .nl I

1\'OTICE. in all lie! papers pub- of an act gassed Rt lh" last sos- & &. .
.3 IX weckaaflerdatclahIIarP1Y' to the Honorable -i ; time and place of ealc: ion of the: Legislative Council respectfully .informs 20 bags old Java coffee. &G 4c. ;

fu the Judge of Ihe county Court Leon R : the that. he is Cot 2 pipes super cog brandy. U.A. W. ciijj'-
: I ten days thereafter public pre pard lo weigh
fur leuer..f udminulralioii :; f 2 pipes champagne ditto.
on tht ettale 0-- I len cither in this ; super cine. lie' Practar5$,
of Robert Stonc deceased.! and! : and mortgages ne- cty or at the Railroad DCp't.- 1 old Jam Rain. residence or bet..t&e k

JOSEPH C. CRANE d bis, .\- in 1 I a st-jekholder nnd be Hi" scales are manufactured at the same place as 10 Ms N E do and Rail Road O"rot. 1to

Jan. 11,1840. fie Courts in in; : : irgulalion; and JC'tric- !: ihose used by the United Slates gen era l.'y! and 10 his whiskey Tallahassee Oc ISllb 183j. j

Office in ; same rights privileges, likewise by thc weighers of coven in the city of and tal
c Raspberry lemon sarsaparilla .
-d Wm. I New York and Inspector syrups.Madeira L .HBl-R Fu -. .
Administrator's Aotice.SIX ccup! by to an original I have been examined by 1ie inalaga and port wir.es. SA ). be

months after date I shall apply to lhej-j!!ge Tilah Is'te. tic: sale and forfei'bre' of scales and wei-jhts of?rid "ity.and proved Soda, wine end butter crackers. 100000. Shingle, .D

3 3 the County Courtof Jefierxon county for a to divert the bank ofany correct. Price of weiphin'T, 10 cents per bale. La ,ca..lor and-sweel oil*. 80.000 Yellow Pine, fill
# fill.1 I ttlement and [ l the of the D. M. MIEFF1ELD, of Cotton. 'I' 40JJOO White
discharge from the admin::,traliwn cn properly Weigher
Also! lar-re lot and
a olseginents fin pal do'I
grain
Thoina" G. Shehee, drcrascd.3IARY A T ; i the ullle fchall remain T\lbha"re. ( 'ct. 12 .l lt39.f For sale by.
-- I.t Ira\y cutters, corn sheller'. and steel mill. St. .] -
Marks and
3 SHEHEE. rjlrija : WILL. practice in t any dt.btllc may owe Ihe JEWELRY. Cupf'rller.lim and moiticc locks. PortLon.GALLIGIItN'S '

Jg 3. 1839.-24t Of T. G. Shihce d.c'd.ADMINISTRATOR'S of Florida. 7/is' I rr or, surely, until I ''lIE subscriber ptctfuliy i fi>rmithe citizens Trunk, chest and pad ,10! I 3&t 111

over J B. ] ustinfied. I arid vi.itors of Tallahasse*, that b,. h. ju>t Superior double and single twist bl guns. FEVER AND .TEGETlBlt .
PA U KH ILL Cashier. AGUE PILLS .1
NOTICE. always found. opened assoriment *f Rich Jewelry and (fancy Talent bell and pocket pittoV! and a general as- certain and lastrn-cure;

SIX moiithi after date, ( hall present my ac. -- 3-V I iitu&L at the corner of Monroe street and Washingti.n laortmenl nfrutlerv.Also A sale bv. forthi. dish) ,,, ,fP

and voac'iem and appy! to the lion. WIlIIAM ) Square opposite Aie' rs. R..dull.h & 14 \I .I a lenerallulsortmenl ot crocxcry and g'a.Ili'
)udgeofl..ecnCoiaityCourtfor final ettIcn'ntand 7 .. ."". .. '_ *_-_ .. trn nANOOLPH.1tLntt
a !: *. 'j CfUEAtifl J1T1I.jiniS .
.I' ... !,' inform the citizrns of Nov 2 '
4ilM.-l 1 >K>, the I Ad I mi":-'.-', "V"k ; .
4 tales of Michael Comnimjis and U iley I "CUU Jrcuvrb. Oflu- in ifcini'y, "I-at I be f has I 24 _NEW GOODS. A Plantation & Land

4. deceased late .f Leon C01ml,.. FI'J /1- J:n. IP. i33H with a fre,h supply of For Sale. subscriber 'has reeeived per the ship; 8HO seres a4! L.ndl'I'' ror._.

0 _Aug.1U_ _, 1t.7'J-_ u._ 13EtJ4MIS_ BYRD, Dr. A. : Votings, of the newest GOOD second hand DRAY, but little worn. THE ju.t arrived from Liverpool, a plcn- Towl..hip 01.(. liange taof' ,i:

V -Administrators \cI"nisl; riL tor. A YI. G :' 1 ; '. \ hllh he pledges! to A Enquire of JAS B GAMBLE Ac CO. did Sft <>rtmcnt of superfine broad cloths, consisting the land- of Ca;.,. LeMer rionth.Iist.j0i.Major J cit

JVoticer- !, t have made up i.lllhe i-il) 18 26w3Consinisslon of the following colors : 2.0 acres cleared and u ,;''er good Lea ,.

ALL persons indebted in the L'ttate o'T. Me t UP is la.lis tU'/d : the gay line fastidious ___ i Blue black wool dyed on the pr:!n-j=ei dwelling li<. ".ira..i.!
deceased
: are requested to rnike immediate d9rl': on Monroe R. R. Pilgrim, who IIoii e, New Orleans. Black do. cJo. Barn, blabiv., Gin hon-e. Sere ur. MnaL,

raymeLIaI.d lliosc having rlu'ms agam-l JIlr fi :" to the Culling LUNG( & UK1VOT ry building-. Any ittt '1
the Enale ill present thorn for 4 InvisIblegrecn., p.rsc.J *i.Mo: |'t !,
Adjustment. p ?,
established 'hemselres Sea can.cxan-inc the Land L
at New Orleans grern. and
ELIZABETH HAVE by
A. Al. McCARTV Admimiiratrir. L.A. ) 1589. i transaction of Co-nmission Business, Dahlia light brown, brother, J.I_ Virker.. wl.t _ill dew rib(|'I J ., ie1
ALr.X.iDER.dmil1lsnt..r.
1 $!. Marks, Jan 2. 1840 : ATTOUF".I I nnd solicitlhopatronage! "f their friends and the Acfel3ide. the hud and is authored' t to contnl for uV. ..
22Administrator's ,
public to whirls I ihev "pledge their best services.NOTICE 'Hue and in'ligoblue. Terms one and two rears. .
l'j'lhe name ofr. trick
1" oli e.AI.L Arr.17 35.t( Which he will make up to order in the best and J.UIES 1. r
about C fctt
I, perrons having any demands n tiect the \'s: ILL l/ud! o:and' : : wh. left New, red York hair in latent stvle offaJlllion.a% the cloi.'u: :, hive beenpurchased TI.olnuvi1Il", Aug. 15. :. if VlCIlu

t : of SAMCEL GIILAXC. latelv.dt'l'eu.ctJ.: rida and in the Bay, Eaui Florida, II t IIllb..eriher nforms cxprc/! for this market they "wi'I' be iLVT1oN. cI D
his friends and tIle band
ol uhlir.
Jt-flernon
County, ere forthwith il.U' r- as good as any of Britain's toasted lu.Ire.DE1s .
I nquetled to B"sinf"S in November I8JS in that he has the / IJ1E Coparlner-hijp herttofwe .
render in their claims pnrc'iastd tire stock in eiirttt, ct
: proper! ntlotcd to my primpt i.ttentioii. houl-J this meet trade fDcrAL & HCTCMIXS and SHEA.No. J. the firm : the bu ,
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A 'cnt, WILLIAM ircswil!| 4 Randolpa' Jlhi. .
BODD Monticello .
Uerrj's (Row.Vav
and all with < dis WWII,
/ him day uved
who JlC'rnr.s they will I hereafter continued in his own name in i he same 18.18"9. by mutualconrcnLw. It
are indebted :
to same, will maLe immediatenttaiiim. ,: : his ____ 4lf.:
I
on discontented I store thfin. He
occupied by retains bis 'hanks tithe w. .
: .
4 Jsnll" THOMAS ROS.S, THE(' : : by addre. Kn.j; her public fnr the liberal cncomnrmcnll'e has re- Carriage & Harness nakio I. II. WADDF-L If
I I 28 i P.ANDOLl1f.
81 AdminiMralor. J'. ) of James iug'ilin' No. rciveJ), and he soljcites n continuance the sav.e. |la-TIlE 5ubs"ribu having enia' ell the "TTI B.C.LEWI3 S.

S Administrator's l\'oli KNBROL'GH. liui '1 ttt31illg II rticulaft. He ha' < on hand ind wi'l continue; to keep a pcreml I Iao.rtmt'nl ret of a skil fill Carriage ar.d Harn'V* Maker,from Ta11t1asee. Aiiffn 13,1 1839. ta

4 LL e. tiial c'i's.er.i.W'M. I ofll'Jfh !(.'c!? a' are for tIetown the North. De;s'eaTet'MnJornr.! i his friend arid. the Thf business sill' be
(/1 ons i indebted neces-Mry cccUnoed
.t"cf P _...... to__the_ -.1..i Estate of RO_ ERT_.. ..H. ntcKT Mitchell and country trsde. He invites nl! thowho, public that all orders for repairs &r..hsibe! punc I hers. und-r the firm of Randolph/ y*.!b. Ct

.\Iarlf and make immeriinte payment to'w till w un chicola---; .4 -r late oiifst 1 indm; accnunts previous to l"it', to eel!! tuaily and ic-'lv '-\. cUI t.I.Saddle" I will settle: the affairs fl tic former 1.., 4!
Piilrict. Barta.
-f$ ai.d in the
County cf rind the Work Done.
.TPjV1d-IIfl4% all holding damn .,. sett'e same Orders fiom the t'1Itnlr7" ill I, J.
Find I
J.Mats an to againtt '"iirl' clf Appeal* ; :: to his next of kin. he punctually a.tendcd t IQ, and goods fiunished!; kI. CLARK I J f fl.i-r J.n..RAl'DOL

..:....... o. ..rcrj-irutrd. ,._ .._ 0'_ prc- enl..them. duly. autlitn- Giicchsei! if oj-.ccinlly/ the lowest market .rce. at TaUahassecMay 5, 183-. 29Ja -:f B. C. LP'13. C
.Hrl., "alien IIIC i/me/ i that if the aid I j!
II
I.rt'.rnbed 1.4for .
,r ra" Illabe '. : J I ._ ....__ ... _. I Thc hihcst prices: ii' n for All IrtfflfTc ..., ... __ CIVIl.rn'tIIk ? ENGI D''ft _
nenl or tljc-v, will be forever barred.MARGARET : ". .I........ ...u J .nl'* J 2 --- Or."nnfn--. .-.J 'II ..IIJ. 'h';6': 'rpft.....u.; ..:11. L uc "IOIUr' 'O'' '' ot -----)-- -

WADKINS : -$ is now iivmg. Jan 4 lO St fTl H E Pht April23 1833.: :3S-tf da t'ngaelT1t'nl a 3 Kesident
_. I 2J.. ilruisiitraIrix.4tdtniiilslritor's of To : any personal re;'rescn- Life and Trust Company, North a"J South Bronswuk tnd eiiaetrsit( at
------ JA. and East, \a' they may hear of some I Carolina Banks, i-r drafts on Northern Cities, if Florida Rail Rnt.. .. a
P. H. S'VAIl\1 services to the
XolI 5th niNt., & CO.Commi..iollSlorate&rorcardi. public in the
e. R. 5 ;e, by applying! either immediate application ismidcto following Wiacaet j,
iilx months! after dAte I shall apply to the Judge to the under BERRY his prof r !ioii :Loc.iiin, and t2 _
T\lahulrf. Jet. paid, us n & DOWLING.or eoottnctisf
<' ttC Coti j Uosdi':
F- ay Court of Jeff r"on Co fur dcc 4 Cank, Aqueduct and Turn iii|
iis.d fly from the date hereof. MERChANTS L. A. Tn\ IPSoX.I u; | :
a ) ctt''in'nt ". .
and di-charge fiom tho Admin JAO. n. m.ikingsnrTey and
D estimstefurthe.aj
< to send a certificate of .,
jstrotvsip; t/J! PcL'-wov HOWARD tltveat-ed. thos duth. a moderate rcmu- And General Dealers in Dry Goods I I AMES B.GA.MBLE and 'his brother JGRAT- struction ill rivers, dec. designing h.tzv. Ii

t BENJAMIN BARRO.V, vices to call and : said Gea. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Ace. '1 AN GAMBLE 'have this ing Bridge.AMI dams, Mariue. L
Mitchell if day associated It.aiivi1
Jail I 11. 1".J 2.; bu P. H. !\:AtM. I in ; ,
pence cannot St. Marks Docks and other
.
Adllli"i.trltor. of age. He tmigrattd business tit the old stand oCGMttLF. & Rrio. under Hydraulic works. Rsvit 'tma
.----- j j-n 18 26 ERASTl-S- COMBS. J '
Florida the name andstyle of Jives B. ny.yCltS experience as principal A .
EXrCPJTORS SALE. since, and the lat GAM LK & Co. Babslt 4
have
and
,. !b., 'ilc l t dated at New York THEY large of commodious warehouse* They ask the same liberal share of public plroaIag1 ; laic cc.ebralc.'d I.ammi Baldwin. EaIJ. Cri&ii -
\i1Ttl l'uhl'cA'C(11IVI Tuesday storage cotton and crchandifC.ai.d I n er.l.e wait
r
bestowed on the late firm. great confidence asks It
I in ike
Jill of which letter he ex- I pains
fVi.r.iary next. at the late resi.S TIoma Balizell! nil! pay particular attention receiving forward I age of the publi-v
cfJ1IttMifl: to the West Floridas JAMES B. GAMBLF. I
per.ic PO\Ju.c'rucd. t(1 orfifleon neJ" a Law. will : ing. and hipping cotton and merchandise, to Orders for afl! kinds of
licidcf Jutor! :, 20 t) or 30 'haad of Sheep. 'crms Superior Courts of \ settle. port in the United Stales. They hive constantly any Jan 4, 1840 GKATTAN GA WLf:. I' thit-ma heal caltu'at tinn.. Purveying Arehuett.nl.,Lerrffi Jnmmdrawing f. n 5

nJcce 1rl" ;t .'! '. on, Gudfdcn, er.l&:39.at Sh3.'ltS. on hand a large, and extensive a'isortrientof, Goods 22 cP'Jt'1It.3IacluDeJ:
VIOLET t ', England. Map f < ({MS fe Ii
\
J.VTH rowrr.L Ex'tiix. in the court of Solicitors. If.1I descriptions, which they will sell low in lots THE Sub-cri'ier' bavin? taktn out Letters of will be attended to, either by himself moaa.'ljf!' elf

JOHN %TJa.2 ADA31S, Executors.: AdrrcI' of 01 / can be obtained of Jas. to suit purchasers, for cash or approved credit. on the Estate of Thonja by Is; >ssi.tants.-Application ".y Mail.sr Ste. rr
/
: 10. Hlltcr d'.j, They hope by a strict and attention Bt"na..u wise .
; 8t 27XOTICE. June 15. 1833.- 92 jin 4 interests of those prompt to the deceived requests all indebted to make pronrpJlj n"1ced.: .j

enlruslinr biifinesn ti their care payment, and that all those having claims agi i.5laid Refer Iu cfr.s. Th"yer.l&to rriuipaf fffai ..
to merit
a continuance .
Fresh i Have just received I of the liberal patronage Estate will present them imnediately.! Point Academy. 111

DOCjR JNO. B TAYLOR, ha. s oriatei J UsT ceive-t.! other arrivals, P fen Iierclofnrcenjoyed. HENRY BO'.Xf*. Hoa. T. B. King. Pr.'s u Br"n.'wick FiaJJU

l'Elu. R.TAjLoa in business with; ) warranted of 1 %h iOIla.LI..t> I lic.f bluc, St. Marks, Jan.30 1S39.NAT1IA1N'SIIOTEL.. 2Ctf T-ittahas-ee.. Jan 2d. I 1S-40 22 I*. T. J.eholl.L.Q. Button & Lowell frlft .

liisn. by : > } Clrtths.Ca intcrr ., Capt .\. Parris Architect &
jan 13 T-illahassce \ uid be Engineer;BsstM.
I3tli
2I.EO i pe-iseJ to make 1 Law Partnership.
fBlHEsubfcnber
j takes*the R.F.PEEIIIThomasviLeTho.Co. w
'I liberly of
.
} hating bensel' ctitI I informing
COUNTY COURT ; .t New York M. :Iiis fritnda anj t.-e! public generally that he : JOSEPH: l\JcC\) TS. BARTON C. POPE 1- Georgia si(It if Iri
I01por'l hai STONE
I I 5cd Ihe house hire
purcli
Tlicrsius: Bezcan, ) I : & : the most fa<>ti -.TtZZZ "FLORIDA in prieTicc of Law.
AI"ump.il dlmzcl. ) ,-c, { I HOl'SE/'Quincy, which They will attenJ .
CLOTUKNU. under his ntonthi
V* 11 after
,. ( $100 I I Mipermlendanr, 'has I.> business in the ri>.:ntie. of SIX date we shall! ippl/lstU et
: Gadsden Lc.
c. : undergone
.' Uiiiworts) At.clmen ; :;: :; thorough .
$13 : Judge of
colored repair the
ln I. ) I s- : drub coats, | and in which 'he is now on, Jefferson, Madi.o and II Imiltlln. of Florid County Court GUa ro
to
r rU HE I defendant and other I :: ; ready receive and cute: And in ihe County, for {Idlers of di'nii.. from
of
I intrpt' are tain to the best of his counties Thorns* and Decatur ion tbteoti II
JlL i' ci1 t ability, all who of Archibald
hereby notified of : "l'H'r ip. : l \ n, drib, nnd mi.Tcd I him wilh their I I't I may favci Gr-orffia. Letters directed to Barton C. Love ,.f *aidC-MII.IJ.dcc'd. _

r"cribecl"it, by attachment, and are required loconic !i.f_j. t.!' !._.__. ( Beaver do. Mohair To t.'iose! u ho know r)1gr.him,he deems Montiell or J. 1\trCar.II. or R-rhard: I Ifc Stone P"e., 1108. B.GUBALDAMEL Ie
forward
and to the unncccssa .
plead declaration
filc-d. JO'I ry In make promises itli Tallahas ec. will be promptly attended tol: LOVE
.1 l regard: to the They
Aug.
:
manner 'K i 10.1839
J M t F.incy colored -if
| | which the house will "attend fn business in the ERa!.
COTl. be I
Dec 21 AtL' 11-i I .Spansled Doeskin ,,., .kept.__ _To. all olhvr. *. h- connly and superior -. : __
_
: f" I h..11. .nlv.. In, I! .ft.' ; ,1. ;uurlll.. a t.1 I h."nu..1. .r. .A n. f.. --- -- --- -
} will b) lillc .J '-OJ M" .u Juu e .or yoursel.e" PO "T' "' ..: 1." a'.I.URE.
hlpl'.v to OIUC, mixer!, I.I ;; ; U hid r.' BARTON C. POPE Office ;
:
himsoaipeakofhjni. at MonticeUo. tr KIRKSEY
the public l KERR 'have rveeisedaDlIa
J.h'iment
SflJ a generally.
ISAAC J. McCANTS Jt;; R, R. STONE Tallahawee. fur sale aJ
A CERTAIN ture of I NATHANS. n large assortment.ft *
I 3 3 CURE for Ihe follow, I every : I Qiiiney. janiC 26
Ji5Ir"" AjirilSH'tfWHOLESALE lure
: I on a& rcisonable
1- complaint, e in New York I.uIJt.1I..lialllmltr.. : C'lllt: ves'p, Super .- terms as avr before afid
'II\li"IJd and ho | _. 10 I'.r' 'n1: lie, ; J'
> in our I'rinriptl Hoppilolc} acid by livprn by strict I tiuick and blue sa AND RETAIL 'NEW GOODS. --- 5ofj consoling ti
ehln'll and sofa
Bedea
and .
MeJical the rcr ri\'c a liberal: CjtreJ; < 0. I
nlf'nih grc-alc-ft pwMblc mtccca I SADDLERY ,\ n C undersigned !have
-II
( ) coiipuints.F : public. j l : ,.. quality. Fancy 0 USE THE receed by recent a Bl1r..aull. tMcbojrds and f'errelnie".
1 following Fair jVo. 1 Ber.y't Row, next door to the ,and opened nttheir stores No Centre card and a:
"r the Piles, I fancy Thibet,- Post Bel '. Row. J Z 2 ejtcn:jon tUcs
.4 Tightness in f
the client, N. B. All figured di'. agci.eral and well assorted ned lracJatnrFl' ti
For all Dropsy, r kinds of -superior Office.rHlUK Fall and Winter stock ol !,
in Goods
especially children. II
,
: Tender Fcei.\ &!> O term. ; Velvet d t: Fool Liters: II. the Jegu Talialuwee : Clothtcdno JL wilh of arrangements flagging and Bale Roj-e, nod.iog. nurse and .' alaW
.iore. tjiroal) by Cancers I or other fungus no res. Topt. : some th most exlennive SADDLE Lmwy and KerseyV some sortmcni c .idr ns efwin', with a
nnrt HARNESS ( of
0: leers MANUFACTURERS dining cnajrf.live gPeSCJIIdIsrs
3 however in j, French .
the Whiluer
olmtinate Duffil C1
and and
't or CHINA & Pants. Northern Cities, will hare twilled Blan Ar.Tdl'ahareee.
r F hand
p. lone on and he conin- kets.
I .ludi."l RENCH China( : silk do, superfine ually receiving the Auj- 3.13EHF.
Cough Fresh Woundc, \(. For M."'e ; / I Sly E present season, an EXT EN.I Lo-vclS Nos. 1 & 2 Oi-iaburg II,
ASSORTMENT
There arc many thoui>and certificates T.lllnl'a"- i-y I I ol Saddles Bridles, Havy Ros.el Bro
:3 of tie' Jan I 1-2, ( f-. ., Martingales ans. CATTLE. :
harnesses
most: rcepcclal end authentic Trunks Rich Brussels
uf f drawers and Scotch
clarnt'l'r. Cloth do.
v.hch: may be examined where many To Carpet and Saddle Bags. Valccses Riusseis Wilton Carpet, \V.lSTE.llltpureb.,." rOf'dW:
thl nrtulc: i is ard Tarred .
It is bold. A:c., all of which, will bit of the bert Rugs I CATTLE. for whcn tile ttfco
Ui-cd
mat rial ,
an external SCREWS: andexpressly Fa hioll-lbJ ,
i other Complaints a cnunieraled application" in the and for marv ise IRON'h Hankoy t : de superfine. Boots. ot'tiul'ri..r. .orkma.t.I.hin--- ... .1.O"--J.. ."t.._ ..iCllUlaCtUrru._...r_ _0 ...anca. J\ndlrolls.. brass, Fenders'and 1 ),..;..-. ... :.." J.vt_ ._,:_,_'L'.I."I"--_ __ ___" I'l 11

<,Q.idcrcd remarkably effective; but for rapper the I'll* :. Ibr'delivrry un the | : : made fshi-n- f qual! if'nol f>r this market and we li-Iit-ve then; Mahogany & Giltramrdhnle1 Glasses ; ROWN&H.ALDR.AITB. L

ii laa: no equal the egN\l are now bound to June 28 f i: Wo invite the superior cilizens to any ever offered in this city. Fr-alhett. .Matrasses and Beds.ead<, Tallabaee.Jan 2Sd- t:
refund, in all cncc where it doei. ; Talhlinssee end the pub With a !
not cureL. and Cotton Ho genera asHortmrnt of choice CITIZEN'S
l lie generally lo call zr.d examine Groceries COFFEE JIOVSL :
.
M. Conjxloc tlcIrk tlardwajo
>: 7 &Co. Proprietors. For ale bJ 30 ? ? ity and prices. qua Good and Cutlery, StapL- and F4ncv Dry HE irub>cri!:cM have opened Ihis ISIiIfP

RANDOLPH & LEWIS.Whoopinj FORSal *, or l Saiinetts. ard Vest Al.-o on hand a GENERAL ASSORTMENT >, fine Boots and hioes. Hal and "C.ps. Q men in the Cily; of TaU.ihawee .itllta" SJJullror

I 17 If. "f II. Crockery and Glass Ware, Pickier street, opposite the l IW
RnWI\RE. ; Catsar.s: Jel' Capitol', and alIt
M U L LET.TiE ( contistlngofha.d Plated: STiRRUPS lies, Janis: ,*yrulll k.e. RcprcsentaIiv4-s Hall.
-- : 'They Mrommodale -
and HITS are prepared is
f: Sub/cril"rl )have on coimignmcnl I few ELLIOT'S Tallahassee and (Iii, Coach and Sulky ,Hamts English, and anti.a! fine other qua'iticf' ; and All uf which I they otTer on accommodating terns the citizens in good style, lar.i.ac .

CHOICFlUL.E1""i&ld" this scsori D R. ELLIOTS' I' ha. located himself nf HarnehS Trimu'lingil brass and itsorlmcnl at their uuall. v prices.JA.MES commndaling lern-s, intending: to keep a CmWl1 .
fur saU plated Saddlers" Restaurant.
uncommon of prarusin<; D nlal I Tool; Stage and Wagon Hsn ; E. B.'iOOME & Co. Brealfaitj. Dinners, Spptrt, f mf
TAFT ALEXANDER. been i introducrd : >es, Tacks, Br.iM Tallahassee, Nov. 9.183i>. Oysters, ie. ser\til in .
& h3 room formerly occu ar.d Silver Tuft NaiN, ]5if ujx regular Frenth "1" Iprosntilv

Si., Maka. Nov. 6, 1839 3tOMMISSIOJVJUEIlCII.AnTtt_ r in/r1ieh; fur 1.1.Artirp / : I? the Saloon of t 'lie n rufille".. lIalrpr artl. "_'n Curry_,. ,-l Comb__:__*,,Carr.__ L and_ .IVn.. ...,.__'. furnisl.cd. Tln Bar i ill funcu ;, SO 1

--H ,
V"II. "
'AlIcn DI/a
I A few ApIIliciitimaima I \ Stage Collars some Subscriber 'has ant careluly selected slock of\Vjncsquorx. .dLi- ;
Gosrenbofer A Dn'le". est earns, and : I of and very superior Girth, Rein THE jiuttrecejved and offer .
prevent variety
work Slr.illingVctll! Siddla "*" sale low for cash,
Gentlemen'
.vs Stag and
Piice SOccniu ( offers his \ line li.'ack: Intending to neraUinI o., their est tI'
'
per Cervices 'agoi Hanics. Jvriv Ma/t vj.nnd Ku-wi.i Fur IlaU pay lo
NEW, Fur ir'ale in Tdllahus I I I tale Ring. and Gentlemen's and )h lIIf'nllhl'l regpccli'iiily sort-it D2.111 t.
lro
ORLUf.VS. Slop Gcnllcincr.s ilicp
; ; al.. Ladies' Riding B-'y'rf Capj, Travelling Trunk, do.
Whips the
Bag Travei- !
I / ; pubic. '
REFERENCES.. at all hours of the soiiie' neat with ling Valt-eses G. t\tRICE.
Bond. Eq, I very ivory handles Coach and / and a good assortment cloths
t Jkfctsm...* Duol&Fi hrr. M. y 18 h, ISW. nov 16* tf I Bcifgy d,; Wagon and Drorer's Whips; Coach: incres, aiJ rea.dYln.&d e Clothin'. Cas- li. FAYANT..
Tallahassee Oct. I
I Lamps, and 12, J830.
Top
Kirk.py. For Step Leather Calf and Kip L, CARLTON. .
Messrs. Tallahavsoe. PRING ,\ ,: Thos. J. Perkins skins, Boot Linings; Sheep Skins Morocco skins TaUafI18S83. N>r.22d% 18JO. NoUcc. -. F
I MolyneurVaIIiciby, Co. S during ahuc.nco various color.. Bridle and Harness -
4. Liverpool. Gulf Cotton Seed my Leather Skirt. Co-Parner.h'p: I.e-eof icexistin5WiU i
[
March : THE > ,
,
Ib39. \ f. P GORMAN. ing, hog &'ikin, Bear and Boot
.t 2 33 1y 3If f I : BuW.lo Robes. In fuel Manufactory. STEWART 4- BARNARD l*1r

Dl' 21 20 we have all articles generally kept in such an es- THE subscriber is now prepared to manufacture I dissolved by the death of the: s.-nioi paruer; all I

COACH MAKIIVG. I blishn.vnl, of which we offer to the public at work in his line, at fair prices, and haying 1)'rsr.n< indepted l., tIC: Urn are requta.f d to mali

J TilE Subscriber legs leave to inform 'hit r}i iir i.u' *c.iilicr Hi' of first rale Land reduced prices. employed a number .)f the be. l workmen from ,immediate settlement, and all having .claims .t
; and ; in "ilCTOF .t AM. kinds of Harness made tint rily of New pit
friend Clltmer general. Hut l he has re. Tallahassee.,. to order. York iving them thin highest ase present the same. \

I morcJ his Coach Making EstablishUicnt /'un'e, de.iroun ir, WARD& MAY. wages, and en.tcrininodjiosupply a good article of E.BERNARD.: Jr. urvivog ;

fom opposite new Court lou..e. lo s can bo acc-ii: ;.m.>d4ted HACKLEY. N. B. .Rep it-ring of all kinds done in the best Calf Skin and Morocco. lie trusts to receive the TaFahassee July 14. 1830. P.rblet.tf. '

:,i hILle i.west.of the Trrhhytcrisn. Church, III 20tiiiemployed ". sly.' e and al the shortest notice. nov 22 patronage of those who consider the _
\V..la encourage
n Dere II I'rf". JrflVrHon ment of the southern
1 IAy.n: erectd .nitable ., I OKRA or TWIN ". .o- _. Riiuiufdclure. Repairing _.''" DlssoluUon."i.
a good set of workmen ---- 0 000 COT- w..v ana .t"ranner
and-rrciir. A LL m"ny hlp J1 tofore niflint .t
rr a complete asNortmeut of mutual "persons having l Iy Kerr & Kirk. TON SEED; for sale by promptly.FREbERICK J.'UI Edmund Brook Visa subseflbcr
*, will b< n*. unbor will | : JOSEPH FILER. an i.tfc .
found ready to execute all orders in any branch ol I far. please of "The Okra DOWLING. Dec 21 20nGKIRKMAN was dissolved on tho 28th of Soptt'm.fr.I I
the busiiwa witVrncnt n.m |lie 1EJKSIY. Cotton or, as it is
with more
de.'alch.I properly by the death of Mr. Vass. The .
ntlatne'und ( TaIlsliaaee. the called Twin Cotton business WM i
j i.
or 1 ABERN
likely .
supersede all older ; THY. .IIAN settled
N. ?. Harness I B( naY. Jait.4, 22 Collon here. It is ucetm:Jlet lo be Commission Merchants M. by CFDbERZ ,j
made a more
ynd hardy
AC. PartW-'
in the beat plant and surviving
,tnsnncr &above. kegs of 100 Ihi having a lorger tap root, it bears Ntto Orleans. S u we n nee Springs, East Florida Dee.7th II
;1t ,. F.ept141833< j' .: drought letter. Its staple, is finer than the Petit Refer to n.K. Ca.l, IInd Henry Qond. ___ -
t ,, SpK Gulf |
ALL r"oris having Turpentine Colton and nliati j. a great desideratum Jnn. 17 1839. .
it Watches
F.itato of various sizes. 241 Jewelry Silver Ware .
p .. a-., CO" y.ic'd more In the Seed< than enY. C..Um.. .Ir.n......_.. -- -
--- .
All County, dec.eaeri,are I ; ;: that is, a poond of this Cotton" the Seed will .Learner, Lime, aud Jlalr. Ib AUSTIN, '."; ,;'

I:1: ARTIST in. I heir claims, duly ta.' & LEWIS. produce more clean Cotton and I less Seed than il1)IlE' Subscribers have euJstanlll on band 'a B.L11.. lure removed.{"If" ;,

At the Old Academy IluJIdlngi.! to the same will mako 38tf- Cotton kn_.wn.M Nov 23 npy for Lt Gin complete Bands' Harness a.asorttnent oILWATkIER; ,suitable store formerly OCeUP' ".. .
Tops S
nrnogc Boos WIOHWJIL.&COIIb*
aDd ;
MIR COPMAVN; would remind his friends into partnership rioiioForfe JTInsic. .1 Shoes &c. Also a constant supply of LIME, and theare now opening a. ,

be pllrons tha, his star in Talahu'f'e I Montieello, lltli! CO., and FOR SALE at the Jewelry Stoie of Menirs HAIRfor Plastering : 'Aof\\ which, they offir liful asfortmvnt of articWj ".
trill not & low f..rcash in
; jirolongod o a much later Nuiir, formerly J. or exchange for hides '
wniildbdvso po td TAI. Gerardin. Yard. ,al their Tan their 'lin*, ,8ch aa 1
tlio .
.It $ who piay visit their the BROWN & GALBRA1TH. Gold. AnCJIO'.. .
art raiI TO Law
city of New RENT. "J
:
tiskentogVr him n'f early call. Mr. C. rHUIE Co-Parlnershiji made Tallahassee .dn;. Hib.liKIS.' ( dot and .
01 the for t con. HE Plantation .if I Virgo Watches Riu.uDia
*an>. tm.swonld JL .ai".8LtU Point; : ,
occulen( iwttn O. .
txpr fs his ncknowlvdgetutnli Cassrmcrw. Veal- 'recently' Lund rRubyOarnate, 4cDrnsrhes. u
& .occupied'Ly for Sale ..
Mr. t.t
the A.
I ha am I
TAllahMM ?
fo liberal him E.han' & of ia MOllie Cameo Eoame&d k:
,be Ready Made ester, offered for subscriber offers ; pai t .e-
.arpl rent the
for
by tb .Cliwl.oC.raJiab< : '; oi $. lie mutual cur.scot& of enau. THE sala his tract of land .
d .
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