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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 4, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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!abs iotituUou of the above suit bj attachment ; WillimWffl* '
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, third Saturdaj March inst. and are required abor.MJt,b/attiehaiMt, 1aMi.doa1.f .
1M and plead. the law direct, NOUS FAIRE." Justice Sible,'.cart,ralurni&U on the tbir4 Sa\- -
appear WM H MATHERS, t urdtj in March nest; and ar. required to appear
)arch 5U, 1840 32 Plaintiff. ant a:S4UUU7maa a. alDL'.B! : T and ulaad.ai the taw- directs.DEN2US -

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES to be done by the Governor and .::1. = .. __
Secretary. I have also, what is his .. r.
strong Aud aL wh -+-
OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF FLORIDA. I I apprehensions, that i if this bank goes into operation under this I credited at security.assets of the Union o Bauk tiwr part of the real) estate, And tlrt'rapital nf' uch certificate and the intern* trliich -./ -
was not obtained:: by said nave accrued themm, to the -
charter previous '
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MONDAY March 2d 1840. it will be found
pregnant with the .
most mischievous purchaser from the Central Bank. above mentioned, shall be invested tbe,8gel1ts'ofthe.JoaAJn "
., BucK UR'f, Chairman of the Committee on Banks, made the and disastrous results to the credit and prosperity of the Ter- It is also that by > --
wit rite and its requested you should state whether any and i if exchange bill, to be handed over to the holders of the sad certificates -
iJr'ing ,to : citizens. These
report doubts and apprehensions so, what amount of notes and other securities received when the
may
from same are delivered for and when
CiThe termination of the session of the not bt well founded up payment,
Legislature having and in deference
close ; the chiefly to the opinions of Central Bank are yet unpaid and held by the Uuion Bank. the coupons for interest not due are returned to the said agents.As .
their labors to a the committee beg leave to many highly respected citizens
broubh.t differing with me on this Your very ob't scn"t., the said sterling certificates are reimbursed, the same are to
REPORT : subject, and who are warmly in favor of the bank, I have concluded E. E. BLACKBURN, be cancelled and deposited in the Bank of If of
England.
time df voted to 'the investigation of UK Union Bank that they shall influence ; any :
the not
That me to refuse
appointing' Directors Chairman Committee on Banks. them shall remain in circulation at the expiration of twenty-six :
or f Florida, has precluded them from making an enquiry into I as specified in said act; but they induce me to previously To J. G. GAMBLE, Esq., years from this date, as before stated, the same will be paid off

the condiiion of the Bank of Pensacola, farther than to consid- require that the terms of the law in regard to the acts of' the President Union Bank of F orida. at par, on presentation to the agency of the loan in London. ,

tit the statement prepared by the Bank on the 31st Decemberhst Commissioners, upon which such nppointments are founded, If payment shall not be claimed after public' announce = i

1 and submitted to the Legislature. shall be fully, strictly, and rigidly pursued. I consider that i if UNION: BANK OF FLORIDA, ment as aforesaid, the amount is to be invested In exchangebills ,.

Judging from the difference between the actual condition of! subscriptions have been taken at either of the places above mentioned March\ 2d, 1840. and the said bills are to he deposited in the Bank of Eng
Union Bank, and the report made by it to the Legislature: (and it highly probable there have E. E. BLACKHURN
the been such) the making Esq., Chairman: land, or otherwise according to law, for the, benefit of the
committee cannot judge from the report of the Bank of Pen- of said report, until the subscription books have been received -.f Sir:-Yours ot the 28th ult.! has remained without reply, holders of such unclaimed sterling certificates, so as to relieve

\\cola of its real condition. They understand that the rail road is prcmattne. Th rights of all the subscribers, and the, because of the pressure of official 1 duty, and because the books the Company from all legal re sponsibility, either in respect to

r saroject, with the profits of which the bank intended to pay the various sections of the country, should be regarded in making of tie Bank of Florida, and Central B-mk of( Florida, are the Government of Florida, or the holders of the said sterling

interest on the bonds sold abroad, has completely failed; and the appointments. The act prescribes that the seven Directors -j posed tip, and could not conveniently he referred! to. I do not certificates, and to remove all lien on the bonds and mortgages .

r 4 that: claims may possibly soon be made upon the Territory' for elected" to represent the stockholders, "shall oe subscri-i, understand from Mr. Brown that the enquiries are deemed v before mentioned, on account of the said loartor certificates. ,

!fte payment of the interest upon the bonds themselves hereafter. bers, and if any subscriptions are withheld from the report of,. important; if they are, I will be able to attend to them after H'itnensthe seal of the Southern Life Insurance & Trust

I: The committee would remark, that they cannot learn that the I the commission rs, such subscribers are excluded from the election. -i I next meeting of the Board of Directors, which will be held on Company, and the signature of the Pre.,itfnt! and Secretary .. I

back has resumed the payment of its bills in specie; though Hpjjsagc urn, subscriptions have been made at either of these places the 4th instant. Your ob't se.rv't., thereof. Done at St. Augustine, this day of J

> in the message of his Excellency the Governor, trans- omitted, that fact can be ascertained legitimately, and certainly) JOHN G. GAMBLE, President. August, A. D. 1839.

: pitted to the House on the 13th January ultimo, conveys anidea with but little trouble and delay, on application ufJour b.oard to Secretary. President
that the of the bank the Commissioners for those placesand it is considered if .
engagements are honorably met. ; such is TALLAHASSEE BRANCH, No.
Specification 1 to 400 four hundred certificates of
}1'aatof time has also prevented the committee from invesi the case, it should (and especially as no definite time is limits d : S. Life Ins. & Trust Co., Feb. 29, 1840. $1000 or JC225 each issued ,the Southern Life
by Insurance
i 5 >ticatin the condition of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust j for the transmission of the Books to Tallahassee,) be distinctly) i' SIR : Herewith, I transmit answers to interrogatories received f & Trust Company, and guarantied by the Government of

Company, except so far as to obtain a return of the position of set forth in the report. Any urgent necessity for the immediate from you this morning, accompanied by a list of the stock Florida."

1 agency in Tallahassee, which accompanies this report. As | appointment of Directors is net seen; and under such circumI ,' 'holders to whom stock has been issued by this ll anch. I regret n

i this agency has been but two months in operation, this return { stances, a selection without full inforination,-mib ht be found that I have not a ,full 1! list of the stockholders. Anticipat-) 4th. Amount" of bills U of your" Bank on hand ? $175,058' )

,\ jives tio insight into the general affairs of the institution, upon I I unwisely precipitate. j j''ing your present requisition! I wrote to St. Augustine and to None of this office and the "in circulation? i
circulation of the
ihich the com itee: having no information except the report Your communication is therefore returned for amendation asi i New York, sometime since, for the necessary information, but Company can '

: Bide by the President the Bank to the Legislature, dated on I above intimated, according to the facts. 'J sufficient I time has not elapsed for it to reach me. only given be day.Amount ascertained. by knowing the issues of each office on a

ik first Jan. last declines making any declaration of opinion. I am, with great respect, I 1 remain, very respectfully, your ob't. serv't. of ":
drafts
The deep interest enerall) felt hy the people of Florida on Your most ob't humble ser'vt, To J. WILLIAMS, bills of exchange or post-nolesrunning
I to when
and
maturity where ?
of the institutions of the JAMES D. WESTCOTT E. E. BUCKBURN payable,
the inl>jert banking Tenitory, will it Jr. Esq., Cashier. Amount of bills of drawn from
B hoped prevail with the Commissioners to he appointed by I Secretary and acting Governor, ., Chairman, &c., Tallahassee.INTERROGATORIES. exchange at
: To BEN: CHAIRS, NATHAN: VICKERS, JONATHAN: ROBINSON, :t I 60 days tot months, $ 6,187.14. .t,!

Pen-colaand F. FITZGERALD, W. B. NUTALL, JOHN G. GAMBLE, i 6" 53,642.48 v'I

as: well as qf all other banks, heiher in operation nt present or I ROBERT WILLIAMS, Esqrs. I From E. E. BLACKBURN: Chairman of the Committee on All dated subsequently to Jan. 12th, 1840, and payable in
New
pat which have already, by public and flagrant fraud, brought I -- Banks, received February 29th. 1840 and replies thereto, York. $5,000 of this amount was drawn for account of J

I kiss,;; and ruin upon various portions of our community and I]\Acting,' Governor Jl'rstcott to Commissioners of Union Bamk. j predicated( upon the condition of the Tallahassee Branch of the t Territory of Florida. J

ilich may be revived to become the instrnmentsuf: still greater 1 1IDj 'j I' EXECUTIVE OFFICE, I the Southern Life Insurance & Trust Company, February 5. Names officers and Directors of this agency? it

chid. I j I Tallahassee, July, ]833.i 28th 1840. The trustees of this company resident here, are Turbett R. .

In regard to the Union Bank, the investigation should not be i Gentlemen: 1st.: Names of Stockholders of the Bank, residence, and Betton, Robert Lyon, Lewis Henry Branch, Saml. Reid, and ,
I
con-idered as completed by the report already made by this i Upon{ consideration of your (verbal) communications to me number of shares owned by each ? William Fisher, chosen on the part of the Stockholders; and !!

committee. :Many: enquiries necessary for the safl'tof .the I!' n yesterday, in regard to the subscriptions the Union Bank See schedule transmitted herewith. Leslie A. Thompson and William Wilson, Trustees, chosen by

r"ple of Florida, could properly be made by commissioners' |! of i Florida at Mariana and Key West and in East Florida, I 2d. Amount oi loans on bonds and notes held at this office ? the Governor on the part of the Territory.

g I appointed by the Executive.There I and information yon gave me of the receipt, since my letter Loans on Territorial bonds, $25,000 John Williams, cashier, and Andrew G. Hammond, clerk. ;"

: is a subje, t to which the attention' of these commission of the 8th instant of the books of subscriptions at Mariana, the:' Ie hypothecation of stock. 59,280. 6. Amount die the parent bank and offices?

tr' 1Jlu1d lp particularly: directed-namely, the reason why' Knowledge of which subscriptions, having been taken, (although t'' promissory notes, t 27,737 40)I $224,695 41 'r

uliiemauy iuilitiduals' + offering abundant security, were scaled \. udoHuintlicdUribuiion vial) principally induced that letter, I am of opinion, that, I| bills of exchange, 4,270'' Ditto to other banks, specifying the banks? ;;
of new shares in 1838; several others j I upon{ the annexation of a transcript of the Mariana return, to t tI Loans on mortgages, specifying( mortgage ? Nothing. t

received a larger: number of !shares than they subscribed. One'eand I'I! the report of the Commissioners, heretofore returned by me, One mortgage Wardens and Vestry) of 7. Amount due by other banks, specifying the banks?

ofth.-ra. subscribing 1,000 shares: was allotted 1,302, and upon its retransmission to me, I shall be justified in appointing f{ St. John's Church, Tallahassee, on Union Bank of Florida, 900

them was authorized by the charter of the hank, to draw $20 i! the Directors, as is so urgently pressed by the friends of the parsonage-house and lot, 2.500 Union Bank, New Orleans, 200

33 rents above the amount for \\ Rich his name stands recorded :' bank, without any,further delay. 3d. Amount of bonds received having the Gpvernor's endorliement. f
on the list of subscribers for new stork. Under existing circumstances, however, as the return of sub and when received, when and where payable, and} I Ditto Union of other banks on hand, specifying the banks' ?

Since making: the aforesaid report the committee addressed I scriptions from East Florida may have been delayed from sim h how disposed of? Bank" bills,I 19,011Georgia .

a l letter to she evident' : of the Bank, of which a copy is annexed I ilar: causes us has this from Mariana have thought it advisa The amount of certificates of this Company, which have 153 ?

asking for information: in regard to the Bank of Florida, j' ble, as was suggested; on yesterday, to select a gentleman to been endorsed by the Governor, is four hundred thousand <101-1 I 8. Specie on hand, amount of gold and silver? f

and the Central\ Bank of Florida,both of which institutions have )'represent' the interests of the Stockholders in that section of the lars (400 000,,as was stated in the Report of the President $1,269 IS }I .

been bout!lit up}) I by) the: Union Bank. His reply is annexed j!Territory, and to whom, as was also suggested, it will l be necesan..to tne Governor, tIn the 21st ultimo, and I am in possession of no 9. Deposit due. on time? :rif '.

Since its 1 fiat t report, also the committee have had reference tor' j ? have transferred sufficient subscriptions to render him further information than is: contained therein. I would state, None.
the files and records of the Executhc office, and find that tile j{eligible, in case he has not heretofore become a subscriber else h however, that the mortgages lodged as security for the certifi Deposits payable on demand?
where. cates last endorsed, to the of $22,986 95, payable in Union Bank Notes. **
information x amount $ 126,000H're in
: givs'n hy the President ol, the bank, as to the names my >
of the first Directors of the Union Bank, was erreneous in nam My" opinion ith regard to the propriety tIle first Territorial possession: several weeks before it was known to me, having 10. Amount of discount, exchange, premium and interest

ing Joseph McBride as one of the first Directors; and that t directors being subscribers,Hud that il respect to the first been biought here in a trunk that contained notes of the com- account since the establishment of the agency at Tallahassee, ? S

John W. Campbell, of Jackson and Joseph C. Kcyser, of Es- jippointnient ol. such directors such qualifications i is not clearly) pan but of which I was not aware, until I had written to St. $8.042 70

cambia county, should have been named on that list Directors :. and distinctly prescribed by the law, is unchanged. Augustine and received advices to that effect. This will account 11. Amount of discount paper past due and unpaid? u>>-'

The committee annex a certified copy{ of papers from the Executive I admit, there is ambiguity and uncertainty in the act on this for their being endorsed no earlier than the 20th of Dec.or None. _

Office, .relating the first organization of the bank, !point, and I feel myself!' at liberty in such case to follow that nearly j-ix weeks alter my arrival here. 12. Amount overdrafts individuals?

shish they deem of au important character, and recommend construction most consistent with what I consider is right and To the bttter understanding' of the nature of these certificates None; unless payment to the two officers of this branch, on

i bat the same nurnher f>f copies of this report and accompany proper. f/ and to answer in the fullest manner the questions in relation -J account of salaries now due, but not yet charged to expense account

j I lUg documents be printed, as was ordered of the former report 1 have accordingly *elec'ed Pnr[! the Territorial l Directors, to them, I subjoin a copy of one. It is as follows, 10 wit : may be so considered.

[ After the waste, extravagance and folly that we have wit- five gentlemen, who{ are not subscribe s/ I deem It proper alsoto Certificate for One Thousand Dollars, or Two Hundredand J. VIILLIAMS, Cashier. .

f wised, as the result of the !sale': of Territorial Bonds, thus far; state, that these appointments \( -Ueen made without reference Twenty-Five Pounds Sterling, under the Guaranty I
the difficulties that to the suggestions made on yesterday, that a transfercould of the Government of Florida, and with a permanent and ,
i must arise hereafter in the payment ol. inter- sTtJCKtiOLDERS ?JAMES. KKSIDINCE.; No OF SHARES. A.OUST.
et, to* : be made of subscriptions to such directors, to remove all)1 accumulating Sinking Fund lor its Redemption. t
of
I say nothing> the principal; and the injurious character I John WiHa, Leon
doubts of "This is That the Southern Life I County, 86 8,000
J'bichtlii traffic them their eligibility. Annexed is a list of the gentlemen 1 to certify, insurance and
on abroad; may bring upon the public T. R. Betton, 4' 100 10,000
shall commission. Trust have received thousand dollars
and
Company
''reditftf one that
Florida
the committee recommend that the Executive Wm. Fisher, 78 7,800
be ?''ret* neither' to sign, nor endorse any bonds hereafter, by Very respectfully: they promise to pay in London, at the banking-house of Messrs. Sam. Reid, uM 60 6,000

which> the faith of Territory can be presumed to be pledged JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr. to the holder of this certificate, two Lewis H. Branch, u" 60 6,000

for th.e purpose of raising the capital stock of any private l corporation I Col. J. G. GAMBLE, and others, Commissioners. | hundred and twenty-five pounds sterling, at the expiration of I Itwentysix Kenneth Bembry, U U 150 15,000) .;
from this date the said certificate Willis
whatsoever. years ( not having Thomas Gadsden County, 34 3,400
The whole of ; been previously redeemed), with interest on the said sum at the Seaborn Rawls t< 16 1,600 .
which Is l submitted. Territorial Directors.
respectfully J : rate of five per cent. per annum, that is to say : 5 12s 6d on Augustus H. Lanier it 100 10,000 <
E. E. BLACKBURN f GREEN H. CHAIRS, of Leon, the first of April, and JC5 12s 6d on the first jOctober, of. Richard II. Bradford, Leon County, 100 10,000
: Chairman Committee on Banks.tommitft I LESLIE A. THOMPSON, do. William Burney, 75 t
each year, on presentation and delivery of the proper couponhereunto 7,508
\ Room Match JOHN K. CAMPBELL do.
2, 1840. I j annexed. And the Governor of Florida by a declaration Robert Lyon, u U 60 6,000
J [SHAM G. SEARCV: do. John D. Hartley, Gadxden County, 29 2,900 _
OB the present certificate, will pledge the faith of the Government
Clll. JONATHAN: ROBINSON of Gadsden.! Benjamih A Neal, 45
Gamble to Governor: Westcott. 4,500 ,:
Acting for its due payment. according to an act of the Legislature
Join C. IIall 79 '
J TALLAHASSEE, June 25th, J 1833. I passed the 14lh February, 1835. 7,900 (:-
JAMES U. I Thomas H. Condey, 14 13
WESTCOTT, Jr., Esq., t tD Directors Jrom Stockholders and Subscribers. Now, be it known. That the: Southern Life Insurrnce and William J. Mills K 4< 16 l,30f t'

1.Atl "g> Governor of the Territory oj Florida : I Ib JOHN G. GAMBLE, of Jefferson, I.Trust Company have invested four hundred: thousand dollars Laban Hauls, ,' 46 4,600 1,600 ;-,

Qi and SUt.-I I was requested by the Doard of Commissioners I i WM. B. NUTAL, do. I I of their capita! in bonds and mortgages bearing interest at the Adam G rambling, Leon County, 14 1,400 f t

io you the a/companying certificate, which I could not do !I THOMAS J'RESTON, Jr. of Gadsden. rate of eight per cent per annum ; the said mortgages being Ilk mpto11 Mat oJ<:, .. 60 6,000 1

account of your absence from the city to-day. ( CHARLES H. DUPO.NT: do. on property at least double the value of the advances made Alexander elver, 51 5,100

the much time has been lost, that a speedy appointment of JOHN W. CAMPBELL, of Jackson. thereon, respectively, by the said Company. And the Company William Hall, II 87 8,700 j I.

first board of Directors is most desirable. JOSEPH C. KEYSER, of f Escambia. have pledged the said bonds and mortgages to the Government Henry Long, 14It 38 3,800 ,

Respectfully, I JoiiN-L. DOGGETT, of Duval. as security for their guaranty) of the Company's certificates Arch. R. S. Hunter, II" 75 7,, OO
Robert K. We
Your ob't ser'vt, (of which a specification is annexed,) amounting to four George E. Dennis t, &. 115 150 15,000; ,

,r JOHN G. GAMBLE. SECRETARY'S OFFICE, hundred thousand dollars, or ninety thousand pounds sterling. William L. Tooke, Madison County 150 11,500 15.000 }.,

Memorandum endorsed on above letter: February 25th. 1840. The bonds nnd mortgages before mentioned, amounting to Benjamin Sutton, U ,. 15 1,500,

I !teeth'cd June 26th, i33, of Major Lewis. The report I, Joseph M'Cants, Secretary of the Territory Florida( do i $400,000, specially pledged to the Government of Florida, for Silas Overstreet, .. 24 2,400- .tt.

grog the original I document, was returned. hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from original! l 11 the security of the present loan, will) be exchanged from time to John B. Coffee, 67 6,700 ..4

J. D. W. Jr. documents on file in this office. time, as the same arc collected, and ae the money received i is William Sever, 35 3, QO "

J. M'CANTS, Secretary of Florida. reinvested according to law, in similar securities. James II. Hext, Gadsden County, 10 1,000 '

;i Jdi* GoKrnor r And the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company ofj Harlem Arlans Madison C.uaty, 80 8,000 t
Westcotl, to Commissioners of Union Bank. Ayles B. Sbehee, Jefferson 100 '
County,
TALLAHASSEE 28th Feb. 1840. 1 Florida dp hereby engage to remit to Messrs. 10,000
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, the ot! the loan in London, the whole of the yearly interest Daniel McIntyre, Madison County, 36 ,600
c-' ,,__ Tallahassee, July 8, 1833. Sir:-In previous examinations of this committee, our enquiries : agents that shall from time to time become due, at the rate 01 David Calloway, u. II 64 6,400
6C1/jtR' have )had reference more directly to the Union Bank, without James Livingston, II 83 3,300EiJha t
Tour rcomrnunication to be as Commis- reference to the Bank of Florida, or the Central Bank n f C ight per cent. per annum, on the said bonds and mortgages ; Sumlerlin, 20 2,000
ti purporting a report the first instance the
j ringer, under the act entitled "An act to incorporate the Un- Florida, the charters of which have both been bought up by I :such remittances to b. applied, in to payment Frederic Butler, u 10 1,000 r
and other certificates
as Bask f Florida has been received. .your bank. It is necessary that we should be furnished with of the interest on the present (of.John Wiggins, 11 1,100
!
\\f(
annexed and the residue
Thi' 'which a specification is ,) as a permanent
information involved in the -
report does the following queries:
not contain notice of the books of sub
j. any I and accumulating: sinking fund for the redemption of the 59 Stockholders. Whole No. shares, 2,392 8239,200
t' 01) at Su Augustine, Jacksonville, Mariana, and Key 1 At what date was the Bank of Florida purchased by theCentral certificates
orof ke number f shAres subscribed at those Bank, and what were the terms and conditions of sale I ?j same. The dividends on the sterling redeemed, as -
places. '
iVtla annual
!. Can give a statement of the affairs of the Bank .of well; as the above mentioned appropriation from the interest TALLAIIA88EB BlU.I s, you furnish of the said bonds and mortgages, to be applied each jear Southern Life Insurance and Trust Co. Feb'29, 1840..
Prescribes Florida, when sold and transferred, and if so, please it.
)
j i and other liabilities! fto| the purchase of certificates in open market, when the prices The foregoing list embraces all the Stockholders names, to whom
circulation
o
the bills in
to be kept open, "transmit their subscription n State particularly at or under par : when the price of the said certificates i is Stock certificate have been issued from this office. x
to the Commissioners appointed lor the city of 'I all a. :aid bank at the time of transfer. J. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
then the of the loan in London .
*itt above agents are to render
"and and* with the 'books hall also transmit all certificatesrjjj g. What is the present state of the affairs of said Bank, andwhat par i
to the holders thereof the amount at the rate of one hundred
of
Q:) umenu of title which have been deposited is t the amount of its bills in circulation, and other liabilities
gym may pounds sterling money for one hundred pounds sterling stock. BREMEN. The New York Journal of Commerce say's :-
j
?
'' anti upon rfct ri"1f said subscription looks, the :if any, outstanding. individua I| [ And it shall be obligatory upon the holders of the lowest numbers A commercial \ of the year 1839.;' which has been
"wioiiers for the of Tallahassee shall make 4. Who are now stockholders, i if there are an.y, '
city out a of the certificates in circulation number shown gives a minute detail of the and .exports of
and how fs its business beginning at onto e, us, imports <<;
.stockholders and affairs of said bank,
statement; of the shares subscribed and the
report receive payment thereof at the same rate : public announcement Bremen during the year compared with the two preceding
r thereof ?
I to the Governor of the Territory. :transacted with the Central I| of such tender having been made in one or more of the years. It it remarked that_ among all the articles which show

1.6ttlataM ri.118'11 i l serious doubts as to the power of the Territorial, Please answer the same queries regard Union to Bank and| daily London newspapers, and payment of such certificates not a diminution of imports in 1839, North.American cotto s.w .the
the
, die to create such corporations, and of the validity ,of Bank of Florida, and its purchase by: ; been claimed of such ia
Indlvidualurtndividual e having ], the interest thereon subsequently accruing most prominent. The-greatest import cotton, 1838*,
and l iudebtedto
is an
., oIciact consequently, doubts also as to the existence of any also whether not yet be considered due and of the will in liSa 4,489 ia 1839 869. '
< and if what amount and when due,'an d| will not payment same cease; was 6,018 ; ; only
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,. -. Prom the 8U Joseph Tiinon. \as to expose the country to die revulsions of Kentucky, from the Committee on Terri- defeat us on i this ground. What we nj ad. thoughjoined with3th' -

BANK s'r A TlSt'ICS.-No. H. and commercial embarrassments it b THE FLiOKIDIAN. tories, and its object is, to organize Middle I duce, is not a tithe of what I yet to come. forecast of his own F. :;

.For. thePeopk, (think about, if they think done. Whentho time arrive it i to bo hoped TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA:, and nel Florida as a State, ani t of House of Representatives, March 16. wa.adyocacy of the i "
8e meare-
,fJke subject worth a thought. that ther& will be wisdom in those Constitutional
,'.% enough East Florida into .Mr. BARNARD prcr-enlod a petition against '" "
a new
Spu Circulation. Loans q.$ dis. who commenced thereform, to continue it, if Saturday, prl 4,:184O. anSh Ter.Ve the admission of Florida into the Union until ila- cember, 1839. I hi I
4. .' 1811* 916OOOjOQO. ''s.QOO.OOO they find it conducive to the public good to : \ not hesitate to express our decided very was abolichod within her limit, and moved While the Convention D
..' t. .' 18:10": ttflOOjOOO 60,000,000 $143.000,000 I do so. FOR PRESIDENT OF TiE U. STATES hostility tojhe objects of this bill ; and if we iU reference to tho Committee on the Territories. blmg, he was at was
.18371 38,000,000 J 58,000,000 M5,<)K)0,000 Washington aSh5
resolution ,
The SrEAKiR decided under the
These are not to exclude all could to forego our oppositionto dial a letter
89 banks f882 banks.ItLray '. provisions MARTIN VAN BUREN. b persuaded by the House, ) colud not be to Colonel Joseph M.
last communication 1 called atten. those ,various restrictions and requirementswhich it upon general grounds, we regard its details adopted received. New Orleans from which W t'

tion to the extraordinary increase of the pa. the different legislatures may place on Tho length of our editorial has excluded as subject to insurmountable objections.No Mr ADAMS appealed from the decision of the lowing extracts : We( me
per circulation from and the Banks, to it within the Chair. t.
1811 to 1837, par. keep legitimate extrcisc the articles last week, and others. true friend of Florida, no Southron should
cultrly to the increase for the seven years of their proper functions and prevent promised ,-., Mr. BARNARD lid that, in order not to obstruct
.... vote for it. No Democrat should it
from 1830 to ij a7 "".... LI. -iwu., a u. utuaion oi t.. 1,0:, caner D) the Banks support ; tho presentation of petition.!, he would, for the
pmer subject of grave consideration. V" e or by private individuals. State Government--Division of the it is a Federal Bank Whig measure-it is an present, withdraw petition. c You know I hare long had it

pee that the Banks had in possession, belong I may be asked, what can the people of theTerritory 'errUor--Abollloll m--tlc Del Abolition measure Those friends ot Florida I So the petition was withdrawn. Pal the Speak I'East Florida' off into a Territory, a t 1,_

ing to the stockholders, thirty eight millionsof of Florida do in the way of reform egate, and the faith-bond Banks. and of the South, and of the Administration having decided that the appeal remained.an .1 ahall I succeed, and intend TO 4 1l_ I I'I
specie their loans they small of the of The information received from ., independent question, and was to be decided at IT.Vc "hat move j iD -I .
forming
; yet and discounts so a portion mass Washington a who advocate it, arc deceived and imposed this time, and Mr.Adams having declined to withdraw ; 'a A ssoIidb.dJiathS I
amounted to Jive hundred and Itcenyfirc mil. the communty. \Ve cannot it is truedo through the public prints and ty private let. it- nrc. little CO.operatlon OD .

lions! These notes and discounts, could not much, but the people can do something. We tcrs, is of such a character that tliould arouse. upon. We war the Southern members A motion to adjourn (it being now ;o'e oek,])t Florida h, wi effect it."mg thi$t IOn p oJ

be"at a less than an average rate of 8 per cent, can at least reflect oh the subject, form correct the DEMOCRACY Florida to and of Congress not to bo led astray, to was made, and was decided by yeas 31, nays 81, ] 11 alwaj I opposed it .
he
yieldmg an income of more lhan/or/y millions notions in regard to it, and be prepared prompt pause, and enquire, and reflect, before they in the. negative. ; will still oppose U"MELLOWED PobLQO".1

of dollars a year, paid by the industry and to join in the great Reform, when it shal energetic action. hastilyu nwittingly adopt ibis measure, before So the House refused to adjourn. But there was I HIM TEXT .UCI LfldityoIxLfl..
Attempts of the most insidious ind sinistercharacter no voting. me, wilt bring Aim ji, ,
quorum w
enterprise of the great mass of the co mmuiiily commence. We can in the meantime do I they inadvertently and unadvisedly inflict amore ti rnt J
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to is made tie Federal I Mr. BtasARDsubmitted to Ihe Speaker,that the it done this winter. He htsj ..
comparatively; a few capitalists. something. I paying a poor compliment arc being by rtl.
wound Southern and "
deadly upon rights appeal giving rise to debate, must lie over. in
It will be said, those who borrowed this mon- to the intcligencc and honesty of the people, Whig Bankocracy to bring thc People of( jour judgment, jot. Ir I THE
interests The SreAKiH. otherwise docided, 1 THING.
than other which ,
can having / 't1t
any conjectured ?* :
ney found it profitable or they would not have to place them in the pitiful position of seeing: I Florida again under their doinimtinn,-to b ADAMS proposed compromise-That the I "greu. BrrwEE.v you and.i.J. BH _
within of 1 "
made the loans. a and the as possibility success. YOU. W"THING '
Very true and it showsto great growing fastening com ,
thwart and defeat their efforts to establish House li' .ijl| like thatadopted I c
the extent of that profit, an additional mtinity, and yet be bound head and foot and an II I East and South Florida should not be dissevered at the clone oftho p.1 scsifi.I rel'.lut.n tha every member having THAT ???. Now,U AI

amount of profit or interest which the industry be u lahlc) to move a step lo remedy the evil Independent State Government, ,n which I from the Middle and West. The petitions which: would notlivl rise to dcbni", Write ne a Uf.er.Vnle l'mr frie R-r l!
the Rag Barons will not reign Para- should send them to the where miht be "Florid:, and get them to 111 JJJ
oftho country was called upon to 'pay in Are we in that situation las I the folly and Lori South is opposed to it almost nnanimously.f entered and referred.Mr. they .than nine week,, write haini. and.r
shape the otlicr. imprudence of our legislators placed mount. we haveit _
pne or people 'i do
Those opposed to it in East Florida, as proved PETRIKIV to motion. "n'> time to |IOe. We De. ".
But who are' the borrowers? Who andwhat in this degraded dishonorable position?- They find allies in this i ol.j.cel any have aho"n the
wiling nefarious by the vote in October, at the election for Antu KciiL that bcim the he would I -our number,, and cannot .J1r.
Let fc.
do 1lr. C.se.
number arc benefilled by these ? us what we can. but let us do nothinL r
profits work in the odds and ends] of O "e
the'ariCml Kepresenlativcs,nearly equal the Divisiontsts.Ilillaborough move an adjournment. four years. A .
we may look to the ]t'port nt the Bank rashly-let us not from; indignation: to the I ,. large majority ia DO"
| factions: which compose the Opposition to the I Alachua voted 140 for the And the House adjourned." if Florida consents. "
Commissioners of the State of !Mississippi! wrongdoer, inflict an additional i injury to (the unc : 5J t :
show the that innocent present Administration( and! who nre seeking COItitutiol mil! 81 against it, at the election Mr. Talmadgc of jV. 1" has presented .put them rig/it." thC:
perversion, be made; of rer. .
the BANK SYST12 1 as now may organized.: i ful ,- r to elevate the granny Abolitionist, Hnrriaou, in May. In Alachua county, the vote 'a almilnr petitions in iJie Kcnatc,from Albany, 'Your, truly.
90 it 32. I'.
Three fourths of C OM :'IX: ( .t'I'I(): s. to thc Presidency,-ready and faithful al et- fJ us iutoption ; against inc. J(,rk. .
the loans made by the- I[ _: tenths of tlc Middle and West are opposcd 1.Cl t P. .If you ,. only' lend LO CLAR
Banks were maLe to the Directors of thr respective For the, H.Tiiii.iii. -- 'I' tors, in the fanatical and incendary; gang led to it. Disunite i them. and we shall have the II. Clay, Waddy Thompson,Preston, Johni .will PUSH D. II. thi wil, neatfe. J a 1, -

the Institutions Showing lio\\ fllilh.,1,I I I Tin: l'I.Xn:1XU Tin: Miuni.\vr. on by Shade, Granger .V C'., seeking the I germ of an .' bolitiol State in East Florida, in I i Hell, John Popcand Wise, though blinded !by' .". La31 f'l'irda 01 tl IJI. Af r aU will, 1& .
said
fully directors carried out the 4 The Fedrab'sts seek to ill. I destruction of the interests and of the 'I less than five it will 'have 7rtd f
'of those who Ball create : rights years ; wil IKJ a receptacle party fury, will not dare adopt this mode ; but i .. more iflhliiene" with him..
for the 'created the Banks as ihcv. said, I (froling between theso two classes of our citi.ens. South ; and it is to I!l. feared end lamented, II I'for runaway slaves! the contiguous while they will fume, and fret, and talk large I body' else." "u lO
: good oft/ic PKOVLWBut I / Thor" ill fail in such fu i-lfort( 'I Slates, than the .
as Ils more dangerous Seminole nation ; g
t receive aid! from 1ff .SVM//jw hoi g
the they some and and 1)lo\ on this subject, they
great question is-What i i.; the Tllr! is diversity ofinterest ,> ( has been. Hordes of emigrants from swcl H'I'his g
remedy for the I thl'1o1.1 i arc i nsorant of the true position of :iflairs will other modes and doubt!
acknowledged: c\ ils of present ; ;; J by ways, we t
)-I \cel .e planters: who arc large stockholJcr.sia the North, gathered up by colonizing emissaries letter is dated,
b System Banking? :Must society submit to I I the r lion Balk and! the merchants, j i here, who arc without( ful!! opportunity and and ;sigents, are waiting but for the Indians I I not, throw obstacles to the admission o 1.,' her, 1839, and is franked Washington, D

these evils as now existing or n1'lstlha whole I II I and a similar diuTsily betwct-n the same f lew (fI means of readily acquiring Mich light as to irivn nlncc to make settlements and I Florid; before the next Frcsiilcnt'utl election I I New York by Mr.)lhor
bitter
,a
; svstem cd F of Banks of Discount, be abmaatIftlfc I and the residue, nf the agricultural portion! ol*(; would cause them to decide anJ act properly, ij i lot a few'oi these emigrants will l hc infected t'. All this will 0 un erstood. As we will slot \ ler of Congress__and rancorous m!

the 01111111hut; the interests; of( those who are too careless to scrutinize invesj .with theLulition ) Many will is I one wilo has .
< i all lonomania. : directly, the bill now before Congress a anon
Two j ed. llni}
things t ( session
arc indispensable i to any stockholders and tho conunercialI ; with the
sys.tern
planters
101 j tigate closely. or who are deceived and I misI he from Knropc. The peninsula w litterally i contrivance to effect such Abli faction,
Banking to make it work well for the class are one! and tin: same. 15.it mark: the | p postponement. I I L I and the same person who
public good.. There must be : I coursef, til I Hankiies When tin' mrr- I led by plausible. misrepresentations., : {jsj shingled with Spanish grants, confirmed and j ji is its tl ect. The argument of having: two : weeks nince: in the House wa accu8edl jj,

1st. An absolute for the bol.lrr t j j' Tiie is a critical epoch for Florida. i j unconfirmed, genuine and honest and I ,of imprapntjb((10
security( ( j chants C'UIIIIli: ot'the C"lrl: of the Ball: <, present forged, Southern States, is a bail fr gudgeons. I1I I use the mildest termia

: of the notes. I and that : cati.e.l \iriMis i % all an 11. Much: i of her future political Ir"pcriry dc-j'I' 'f raudulent.'hat of the lands, in any degree I I originated ii Florida, among jhc t fuith-bond I to General regard to cena m.positions .

2dly. An rflicicnt check njpmst; ; undue; sound currcnOA; they tell the planters, .Sec,, !I ponds upon the action of ( : il regard; valuable, lilt included ia the minor grantsarc I Kagocnicy, and Spanish Grantocracy, who,I Duff au the

: t3 and improper of expansions the circulation.' so as tu ensuru: a .'they ClIllJlil Il us, because; \\ t wont: : :, to her, al the ]present ,,,,<.',, ;We fear, her ''covered by the great grant to the Duke of: bofbre the St. Joseph Constitution was form-I public printing. ( White, before LiI.
permanency: : .make a commercial Uank, nnd I cease, placed this letter ia the
|i true interests, her true voice. her true wishes, I Aliigoi: which, although repudiated and annulled cd Lot Clarke and j
It.a few others
does a
contain thrsi except more o
system not t two "II'c:100. hit: \ e 1".le it iu agricultural j jUank. : I friend, to use when the nubile!
I
; ., arc not presented and Fii-staiued the t expressly by the of ces.-ion i is 1! interests demanded
Q! qualities however advantageous: it may ; ." by prc- treaty kmrwiii"ra than the rest, \ere mot clamorous it and did -
. t not hesitate
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p be to the (t'lr, it is and must be liurlful to the A subscriber, who signs hiinsrlf C. I. ,"i i sent Delegate m Congress: as they should. l>e. nevertheless, adhered to and claimed to b:,I;I against Division, and J.in favor of a State i I! ;the scheme of Clark in t denounce

1F many. .Our present system: contains neither, .I (which: a (fiiuad: from Cc.nl reville the oilier I j \\r c fear, he is deceiving. himself, or i is delni I valid by tin* powerful array of speculators'! Since that Constitution the death-blov I. strong and igt

tJlj of them.; None can del ylhat it is but cmmno'i' I I iljy told mo, stands! t fur Crazy /lanhitr\))i !\ led by others, with respect to \hat -is cx. from .New \tI k all elsewhere, who have be. [, to their! irsf.imous schemes gave of speculation and.P i iII ii lang1tg
justice, that the innocent holder of the bill ofa tries to play this : ii: the Star of week i! interested I j We as-k t the People of Florida read
in tb
game peeled from him by the People of Floridi. I cOle it. Most of these grants j the and t
Bank, ought not to sustain; a loss: from mismanagement before la t. I Ills I abuse that and I i II back-gambling: upon public faith crculit letter, and reflect upon the
worthy :
: II and what is tlic) to the People of Florida from arc especially open: to ( of this : rt.1 I I astounding u
of a Bank on the part of (he valuable nrprcsentathc, l r. Br.\e'JJl'I! ; i i.t it is u I emigrants ; t I j as well as their hopes swindling Unce :sue flOmade.! Arc ?

Directors or the stockholders. I If tliero. is t tio mcuii uHI trashy to : replied to ; but I I him. \0 Wful! not judge harshly we I Under a Slate Government, united v ith Mid- j i Sam out of the lands cohered by the frau u. 'the subjects of barter )01 prepae, beech t

to bo a loss, let it fall on those who caused the will bestow one or two icmarks- on the other would not condemn hastily, and we would die, West mil South Florida, no danger is to I lent under the State do.'eminent,1 i the shawbes! of a 1 low selfish political otii.'j .
Joss and who gctthe profits of the Bank Char rather wait and] become ; The i grants and bank and
soundness
t4 portion of his production.Thai certainly and fully 11 O apprehended of these their tune is changed. I| 'puants grant speculators!

1- ter. Ihc consumer pays all tin O how ever ; Now
By absolute security to the bill hhlcr--l I levied: i is a truth in political economy that tic..1 from an impartial source and final and I j l attire, weul secure the State from taint. It 'I they arc striving to get rid of this plainly 1 fag

t do not mean merely and only an ultimate: !so- I one ran (!i.ptltC. 1 If t he pays the merchant;, ,p definite is ; our j would only in the Eastern member, thatthe Constitution: at nil risks and at all hazards j Since the adoption of t the Constitution

purity after a long legal or chancery procos. j or rllc.dri\'cr, or sinilh-liop, (for goods, ormul judgment 811pellet till we have disease would lurk. It could be cured. A perusal of the Article on Banks,, (Art. 13,) etFurte have Jecore m*,re earnest. Erar

I mean a moral certainty receiving ia: ihe or blacksmithing, in notes not worth been !o informed._ Hit if it I IJ; true, as al. We woul nol impute to those who now compose the clause I relating, to Spanish I Grants, (Sec. 7 I!i r nerve is now sfniiaed: to efiJct. this d.uhinolajeCt.

legal coin of the country, the amount of the I par in specie, which) is the only standard of ledged, that Cn tiu.s DOW.M-SR, in the face | tle population of East: Florida, that they. of the Schedule & Ordinance,) mal: those relatingto .{{ His rhief'nnd: most ;Ir..mi.let.coiijitor

[ !f: bills, within some sixty days after the (failure. I value, he has to pay higher on aCCouMt of t de- of the express pledge contained in his circular arc now subject to such accusation, but only Territorial Corporitionsin the Constituiion !i is one: PEn SKKS r

11. of the Bank to pay ::;p<':CIC. With such sccnri- j I preciatiot! Every thing, when the currency prior to the election of last spring that he !to t express the fear( -nay, the conviction, that ding at St. Aigistine: who controls tie

ty as this, the bills oft bank would scarcely !' M unsound, is estimated and.! sold above its( I would be bOld by the wishes. of the : !in a short time, they would be outnumbered / will solve the enigma to all who are I umis: of the News," publibe at ik

r possibly depreciate. There arc01'." (few I I real value. The price of slaves, if Union on the People by the immigration to that section, brought I unal.lotn! understand i without such explana Ltiou. place. Colonel Dows rxc, seems, hasbea
of
subjects Daisiou
; debts but what would be paid with bills under I I Hank!; notes were at par, or if specie or exchange and State Cov.crnmcnt through the channels we have alluded to. The Message of Governor Reid, at I "mellowed ;" and although he at first,ftbelieve

such circumstances if a Bank hail 'fail J (bit the /rtI cllll be procured for I -if, after the ratification and ad..p. I The proofs of all wo allege, can be made the opening of the last session of the Legislature I. refused t!countenance the scfeenf,

ed. such lol's, would :or ::3 per cent lower, lion, by a majority of the People, of the Con. clear as the light of the broad-day sun- and the separate Reports and Resolutions now, it is said, has come into i latin

And what objection can the Banker: have; I (ill this premium has now to be paid for good stihition framed at St. Joseph, in the election! I these t tIll (facts having been subject of newspaper of both Houses of the I4cgi I.ture"ldop. I arrangement, it will be seen, he is t cootintixthe

, to affording the holders of their hills this so. (funds. Suppose, t therefore, a planter docs; May last-if after the confirmation of r comment, of public discnsiol in can. I Delegate to Congress from East F
ted decided
: curity ? Can they reasonably and honestly get ti.> or 30 per cent more, in Union Balk their w wishes declared )by the election in Or., I vasses at elections, of official Executive message by majorities': responding to that The other offices in the new d

ask or expect the holders of their bills tobVar notes (which are depreciated I thai much), forhis tober of y,2, out of 29, in favor to the Legislature, and of legislative re Message, and agreeing with the views ex,doubtless! be fairly and justly cistite

the Joss consequent oa their own mis. I cotton, or corn,or other produce is he any of that Constitution Representatives port. The evidence that our assertions arc pressed !by the Governor, adduce 1mswera-. pecinlly if Harrison gets in. Theseml
and
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conduct or mismanagement, while they reap J,I belter off? Hut !Mr. .. C. 15." dont seem to opposed to Division not idle, that we are nol playing with the Lie arguments against 31 r. Pope's'S bill, and in men who denounce the advocates of

all the profits and advantages secured to thorn i j' look al but one side of this question. All the by decided majorities-if after the i feelings of t tl!:.i South, is of an appalling character f favor of the immediate admission. of : j J '(Go\'fmcnt, as seeking its establishment S
a
by their charters? Surely they who get the j IDSS awlil of the presenl depreciated \'ulucof ; positive( instructions tle Legislature, to adocatc I -! 'I'hircmark, i is made, more for those Florida, with this Constitution.tDln.I'I heavy cost to the People, merely lo enable
DEI
profits ought to bear the loss, and mon pm'lic-: 1 ; the Union; Bank notes, falls on ihoi-c plan! I \ i immediate admission, lie should via. h friends of Florida beyond its lirni1.! to w horn show Division is The\|11 t them to gratify a lust for office and pbce!

; .. ularly so, when that Am' is the result of their '! (ers whi* are nql stockholders, or debtors of r i late the pledge abJ: referred to-if he favors I we forward this paper, than lor our home vision of the ( irlraclica'e How the dij.!j.These pure and disinterested patriots a!
be
own act. Ways and means can l Ir easily the Il.ink. the and bear I Ii readers. To them would IXJcs i made, is ajj I (flueticcd selfish ?
They are consumer?, : Division we exhibit some j by no !
to
adoped to render rflicicnt !such" without I i please a minority faction. composed question which cannot Le answered.! Why I moL'CsKo
security j it all. Tlie merchant ."nl docs protect evidence from another quarter. Already has only want .to eject
any injury to the bankers! 1 hilisf If: he charges higher cal f for his g.i.Ids, a I of less than a sixth of the freemen of r the traitorous genius Alwlition I Iilccudiuristn should the expense of a new Territory Le I\I \ hope the Delegate has rigl.re notadoptei

t The second indispensable dcsiruttnu is.- the currency i is depreciated ; he charges the:| j FJorida.chicfly tu be found at St.Augustinc! i raised its head in the National Legislature : !; continued to the Federal Government without and will not adopt. courses fatal to bison

1 An efficient check to an improper expansion discount!i if )I i is paid! to satisfy: ai: ol debt,: if to gratify the faith-boml! Haukocracy, he I to resist our admission as a State. The necessity, merely to gratify a few aspirants':; :reputation, and, to the interests s ot 1IOriOpula'ic ,*

,I .circulation, so as to secure ;r f.ir as possible I le cannot.be expected_ _to buy) for 1 1- good I !, lends himself an instrument to give the f following extracts from the proceedings of documents to place and have power been? Copies forwarded of all: these I rumor declares. If he has, und*
of duly the
a permanency circulation. so as to J j money! and sell lor si.ou m money \U per ::; Constitution already formed the go.hy, and Congress, w ill show what we are to expect on to 'I influence of resentment for tIle Jo
avoid those Delegate, and we have nol that ::
lie
coIltilIualexlarlsiortsaIId contractions cent below par. I HI: would soollJreak. I llc 1 silently! suffers admission this subject. Wfc shaH see the old political yet seen influence with the Administrationdonewtnwe
I our a State to be has moved for their .
that dessulation 1 ruin a printing, or made the '
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carry at. with :; ,
therefore 11YS on 50 or 73 cents more profit. turkey-buzzard of QUlC'omitilg forth the I trust, he pause reflect retrace&
them to so thousands.! deferred-if he will do nothing to remedy the least effort to {live them their due cllect and \i
many Thc of I h:3
,
sound
only way to get a currency is to putridity disappointed ambition, stcp., and repair his error. In r expen-
Can this be done ? If it cannot then I for repudiate the'icious one entirely. A sound j evils, past l, and existing: and to prevent those Florida ; we shall sec Shade, and Granger upon, intlucncc. Why i js this 1'e scud with elite in lif. we have witnessed(that taiD-

puo say "away with the whole xystcm of and a vicious currency cannot exist together. j I 'i in prospect, flowing from the wretched and and the whole gang, straining every nerve to this papcr.other copies of the sanre documents, wise ald just Providence, in punishmentJthose
ie Banks of Discount. Let there be none but The soon drive the latter fraudulent' of -' to ditcrcnt Senators and Representatives of who aberrate from
fJrmeri away system faith-bond banks we : j correct principles
TransferIopositc & Exchange{ Banks." But I .4 Hut, lays Hankilc, "we shall. have none, :' shall regret our ardent of him at; the counti.+At the of.ketiunin1hyIzi.t Dado nnd in the : ;h1 the South, and we hope some one will see I. who suffer selfish influences to control!
support Monroe.
let the experiment be made and to ascertain tie aggregate vote that they are not smothered-that
try if drive the Union they are
we out Bank notes. conduct and their Course-Who fell
]l last wa-t'or the
' I" I election, shall deem it our duty to cxtinguihh Con&lilut on, 1.59; Again. it. 1JJ.t t warp
; ,hc greatest compatiblegood with the least inju. a mistake. Money is like water : it I not suffered to b stowed away, out of sight I more on their own deiterityJLo secure thord-

_; ry that the system can produce hen improved I when) 'find! its level. Hani.sh our I II 'I our past personal partiality for the man, I t A. New Yorker. nawd Peter Slcn Smith cal in the breeches-pocket of the Chairman of evation and success, than strict adhere*
pure presciit led
. by experience. If it then be found, tli.it no I unsound and depreciated Union .. and denounce the conduct of the officer, in riom Ci'i.XKKAi.' by courtesy irirelt,Smith.a has, I ho noti the Committee on Territories, or elsewhere. to virtue and rectitude, whether a in
: AI.lli'mit. resided i
Baile.
j efficient check or control can be elleclrd( over bilN, all good money will How in. t proper and befitting langujgc. His having time in K-i:.t Florida. Ho I i is a TrtiMoo of tie,s'jinc S. We trust, they will be printed nnd read ; and lire< or otherwise. often makes the very pl m

the expansions and contractions of the paper fall, when our cotton comes into market, buy. ,, 'f fallow out with tlU President and his cabinet, Lite Insurarce A: Trul CO"p:"y. Wlirn: 'lie first if the Delegate neglects this duty, we trust relied on for success the principal causes o
circulation, let the of Batiks of Discount came lu Florida, IIP nmtso-J 'himself some truo (friend of Florida will '
system by Abolition remedy that
flock here from for writing defeat the
crs
wi al quarters, withold the supersession of his friends, Call and I and disgrace. We admonish D
and Issue be abolished. The letters to.Thurlow W which neglect.
experience ; we hal have Northern exchange ]Randall, which is of liylird. under bin inili.ils.I QCd were pub I egate, in the spirit of former friendship lh
of the last thirty has satisfied approved by an ovcr- lp bus nincc The project of Division first
years me, t and sales \\I' as to havo prr"FM'i originatedwith if he should succeed in !
our to
He I i is Divih
that no possible good that can ever result: from planters if i( profiaIte whelming majority of the People, and for the RfI''TJI. al intriguing, lafagil;,, LOT CLARK, formcr\Member of Congress I
received iiiilrlali -
us they :per cent more :aUlc l.n. He i is the pincipul: Divi-ion- may not reap the sweet fruits of succcssw
the system will compensate for the manifold in I linion i bill ,. I I is t true, if a planter owes selection of Governor Reid, which is equally i isl. old through the rcIUIIO of tliA .a\cvvsr". ad from New subsequently a spec-t I t anticipated. The records of destiny m1

t 1: evils attending it-cvils involving morals, political the Hank, and can gel a higher r price Ihan in :.popular 1 1good was (as he hasfor some years, been vocatcH it warmly. Zrphcnijli llgs .y ;vas the later in lands, stocks, and banks and bank- contain no triumphs for Aim,even if he Sao*J

social, and pecuniary interest I of the money, he may gel it and pay his debt 'hostile t', the latter,) not unexpected but \\'allli:-: ; ; IO\f Eu
body of the People. It must be rc1irini : 1111 open Abolitionist a rid \ ii'.ti it, famous Bank and alotmet f
great or he can sell for good and buy 1 h his fur those naga tata :.nd Lockport who came to for himself. are than
quarrel
money more
causes with the Admin.
pjii-lishcd t
a in of
'cd abolished the tlc f.'or I bJxlli.( and
Florida His
or ,or body politic and social adiscountand 1lph.t PUACTI. in 1834. scheming brain
-
notes at was tics IlimselfandtheBaw-
pay the same; j "KD:! liiri. to consulted.
i.stration will ,
! 1 allllt. not justify him with the .' having a ni-jjro xvilcandscviral b
will be
involved People
ero long in Itoundless) the alembic; in which the
one : I If he dues not owe the Hank, he will lose the r ,of Florida in I I Iii tdrcn l-y hi-r-but \8" frcc.t by the lore! mixture was con- ocracy are not sufficient to make the
: sea of corru ption. a factious ) te its I cocted. He visited Florida a.
discount! on their notes. I opposition mc-a- 11-(1101 of't t iho Territory a yeas! siuc.c, to on public and meat permanent. The People of J
The remedy- for these evils must be grad] A paper ubli.hec in an adjoining county, I II'clth' surcs, nor for disobedience of their expressed .11ft l.imself oil to I IlJt I. I* i is said, he W.11, j in private business. His private business can must ratify it. He find thai t.
ual. If it be approached with rude and rash ) wishes for early life I-Ilave-trder IIo now returns be seen by reference to 311 of the may 1 mj
( .latc. :linll notes could bo i| or abandoning or bclraj)lug their once page pub. of the People of the East, when the
hands, the unwise patient: \\ ill find the l'IlH'r'al I or t%\ ice n year fro.ii tlo'l'll Indie,to BCc to hi.- lie laws of 1835. act No. 27
pain I JI:or 20 per cent-in ihnl county ; I t J rights! and intercuts, because perchance he pro])':riy. He has many fiicnds and connexion, which Colonel to understand this subject more fully, wh
so great, that he will discard the physician, has been argued that such wonjd) be a good 1 ( 'may thereby gratify his resentment. The the Haul.: Some minth* Mure, a mal n.iinnl Shad-* in DOWNING, then in the Council from Musqui. they see and feel by sad experience 't

loathe bis medicines and- die. ojicratioi.: A reference to the statutes IgaistIslry : People look for coaducl founded get, an Knglit-hmnn, waa arraigned before the to, procured to bo passed ; and his public they 111'e been made the victims of a 1

: The first step)>> i in a reform should h 1m I Iho would perhaps deter u pnident planter i and upon higher court in St. Augusitinc, for insurrectionary lan- business can be ascertained by reference to personal policy, will recall the cof J

prohibition to any bank, to issue:) or payout frlll taking such interest ; and I can only advise ; more patriotic and honorable principles.j {Ttiagf lo .II\$. Smith do'rndcd him,as hia connfel. page 2U5, same pamphlet, act 3 of pri'atcI.ws I hitherto reposed, as misplaced.

any notes of less amount than 6';, alter 0:10: any who may incline to violate ihiosIa I Neither will they bo cutiafiuJ, if they discover constrained. : Hi. narrowly to (cscajifd conviction am] wn.o of same ;year, being the charter the: selfish and faithless, although Sm l

year from the passage of the reform! law; and! \, that 1 the loan of depreciated notes ;above filial J a motive of security to himself of po. V/c 'leant, this decninp lama individual forliiwitli i on one his Icquitnt Southern Lfe; Insurance & Trust Company, talented, public servant may be prhp

no note or less amount than 810 after (four\ I their value, alit as good] money even at common i'1 u litical! station and power has influence. Wilha who have' an :advertisement. in the:Ncwn, of which of which MONSTER Col. D. was likewise the ted. nut if Col. D. IC I

:_ yeans from the same. This would allow ample interest is usurious. I doubt, if any virtuous people when such motive is discovered tho. following! i is I copy : accoucher. Since then, Mr. C. has dabbled Dividing, what will shouldm position n0! "
time for things: to settle down to a safer of Union : I it most surely and ',''J/ire LqnIhotJcrg.-\tcr. Shad. deeply in Spanish b West
hi: Hank; bilN at tli. timo at par, inevitably mcela l etls, the grants, especially the we have doubt, Middle and
I level. The four years might perhaps: 1 nude w"alll/; held! iintiiatrd; usury, if the with rebuke, and ,fails of success. The examples iVcw Florida York, f'.il'It, direct Land the: agents for the sales of Alngon or Hackley grant. His object, no fuse to accept n Mr". Pope's bill, even J i

I five igreemeiil \: to repay ill good money. No I of Burr ad:: Clay should leach poli. I the ,,.rrLlrIia'"andl:in tllt IHlnfr attention S"IV"'J of, JIldcltI un, _'_h_ r (riruthf.. was t-c\- nut, -- time-.--- Inn,1., .hIt... .UUUt1....l.. passes, how then will he stand 1 Call h e'

The next step: would bs: to cMond: this.inie one ran foW df'I\I that the IfHllis: nol ofpar licians wisdom.- \e,trust, Colonel DOWN iitiii" thoir Survpyo, &c.c", tint JHjrrams OIU "' IC' grants by mortgage, into the Life & Trust pcct their support ? How: much- rr I

provision to notes of. the amount of (tot) dollars u value except to tlmsu stockholders all INC may be able to redeem himself from the implicates| lay be forwalJell, post paid fr ret:/\lel-r- Co.-get t faith curticatcs and endorsements orable would the rewards and honor JI

'Let them nil be discontinued nt the end of debtors who want it mily lo pay it into Hank.As suspicions entertained by many of the friends cncc, us soon ad practiraMif to iho oilk-o of tho a prescribed in the charter: and raise a cap. grateful People b, bestowed upon the Repf

throe more years. This would give front HV. the properly purchasi l wilh it, has, in the of State Government, and who voted for him, wick Azem-y Now York, corner of (Rector and Grccn- ital to bank upon, in Florida and Wall strcci. tative who had obeyed their wisbe ,d
en to eight years for (the reduction vicissitudes of trade in to his We hlrccts, in order tn take llio' lead in cUcctin"- IIo was President of the
gradual : and owing tl the mismanagement regard course. nre ignorant of actual icItlcmctitM/ and ilccifa! of wlc Company, and is all selfish and personal considerat0 j
: of the paper of the Banks to real :;substantial of this: Hank: depreciated: also, it, except a derived from the sources above upon mcp eiision of the .Scniinolo 'hostilities, immediately, and now their Wall s-'rcct agent. But he feared,' much ,more elevated w uld b the st

.I specie basis. Ttl would act under the I I hero i i'J no l'a11 why those, not sloc.'vhold-: alluded to, as, since our expression of appro. before large tmcU of Land aio thrown into the he might possibly find, if Florida was not di. Senator or Representative an indepeO

; force of a legal and commercial necessity, ers, should seek to 1,1 up the value of these bation of the appointment of Governor Reid, inarlxct."Tho. vide a Governor who might not be altogether State, to which CHARLES Dwa50 r

i and these revulsions must necessarily; slight bills to n ficliriftm till a greater amount he has not favored us with any communica. /fist body of Emi rants Will be ready forembarkation willing to countenance his pfans of pecu. aspire, with flattering prospects of

and rare, affecting the great mass of tho people i i" put afloat by loans to slockholdursor in the lions, cither public or private, except that he they: will ho iioinetimu in Sepleinber next; and as niary and political speculation, and who might if ho is.true.to him elfand his.sincera I1'

-_ bt little. Under these eirClIFtanccl,, I purchase' of cotton at Apalachicola: and St. franked us ono of Mr. Norman's circulars, to be olft-red principally mut-t liuroj t>o decidedly:CUIIM, tho eligible, lit atiols refuse to issue the faith. He judged wisely, !I than the paltry post of proxy of a pitf I Te-
all;l minor channels of circulation of and and a of the bill which ccilr health a to for we arc well satisfied such would
being Joseph, Georgians Alabamians, at copy has caused this and soil; and the terms must Lo liboiuluial be the ritory, secured by political chicane an
filled! with specie, on any demand from abroad After received by this lotisfoctc course Governor Reid. Governor Call
enormous price a larger amount than artice'US us, week, from o dy Such office-the chief duty
produced by the current of the trade the banks I j il noW out, is put ;ji: circulation, it may bodeprecialed him.That "St. Augustine, April 13, 1833." I was moro obliging, it seems, by the Reportsof is to grumble and beg-to stalk lie a.._

. would have an ample. fund on which to with more benefit to the sfockhold.crs bill is one we noticed, the vcck before free By the census of 1838, it appears there aro 333 i the Legislative Commillecs-.perhaps, impulses through the capitol, without voice -

_ (dr'"'. hut not to the other holders of the bills. last, as having, been reported by Mr. Popo,* urn ncgroeH Spaniht in St. John and Duval C'Ulliol; they of gratitude for favors rendered, may is as mean and humble an object of a
mootly
| ",
Borne persons may think, that I too We have to meet tho crisis. Wo should do ---- -- ---- --- -- nc-groe ro.ideutl of Florida have had a proper But Divisiou We tnlA 1-
stop Mr. Pope i i. former of Arkansas,, prior to tlio treaty of cewion.. ifb lce. a could well b'imagined. ,
_ poanj and may not extend the prohibition to U manfully. A. Sir Boyle Roach, tho Irishwit Territory, and 'a 1Il10/ tho Govornyr Administration r for The heading Abolition print in the North, the obtained, with a bak unlimited capital located ever, we may yet gratify, our P6 00"I" ,
- all under '60. I should say no; however, ; used to say, the best way to avoid dif. fancied slight' received from General Jackson. Emancipator, has repeatedly alluded to East Flor at St. Augustine, with the host of em. lection for the Delegate bestowing ot

jt ,bold b found by experience, that the pa. Acuity, is to meet it plump. He is family connoiian of Ej-Governor Duval, ida &the point d'appui in their asautl: upon tho {igrants, tenants of the Spanish grantees' mendation for fidelity and honorw c
a
per circulation! would still lx of that character, ." JOHN [f-H ] ITn, (Delaa'.) champion the atlornny in the for ijie Convention.Union Bank, and their: thiel STATE.South, and' boa l.d that it nheulj. be a FKF.F. claimants could control, bound East to Florida him by mortgage, he charge of his duties to the PeopleIf o .

as he nl. aud
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'n be as unreserved as our duty may do the People will be a close one, Florida may,,, "the offence is rank, and smells to Heaven t --I -J rIIs --n-t = :_- h -

"I d Tlie crisis i is one that imperiouslyJI with her three rotes, turn the scale. She 1 say again, that the attempt to fore Floridi I of Letters ORLEANS AND GE08GI.1

Iea frank snd open language. If nt&ry may save the country. into the Union, robbed ofher slave popa1a.tioD 1 CHAINING .t Pe Office at Tahlabsa- MONEY WAlf ,"

quirCS,we shall not falter or hesitate in usingI Bat apart from this consideration, why -robbed of rights clearly guarantied by the !.a, M.oa the If April-if not taken outitLa premium mb will b paid ANGLER by & LYMAN.
I tbr* they sent to the Gen- 3
t., I Ir postpone, why delay her admission? Why Constitution-severs the Union. Port offie lot dead & wi. b
introduced Mr. has been should she be divided? It is said there e u Jo DaT.
Pope,
'j'be bill by must But woe to the mad fanaticism that bring Anderson Walker Ked. M Bate Hay,at

r famed in gross ignorance of Florida-ever 1 be two new Southern States. Be it so. Ad. it about. Woe to that demoniac and fratrici. AlbnLientAPAUord : Kewin y J 2 ED. print.1. App1tomarch RowL

Q3d 3dl ,/the character of the country. It contains I mit Florida under her Constitution already I dal spirit of intermeddling, which leaves itt % C M KoontzJohnWLudinglon If me.-5O bbl*. Thom.alo Lime, for sale by m DlBZflt 7. .. .

3dA l vcral clauses reserving, with cautious II ratified by her citizens-admit)her united and own for other people's business-which violates Ale sty 8 A J EDWIN Wr DORSEY, AUCTIONEEECommIss1on.ercbaUt

*hr cology. "salt-springs" to the State !."I undivided, but insert in the act of admission a law and constitutional rights-which, Adjutant. Joseph Infantry W Le Mrs John S C march 2 35_No. 3. Berry Row.9ats.500 AMD

\Vbo ever heard of salt-springs in this Ter- ,II provision, securing in the strongest terms to with a morbid or affected sympathy for those, AsniUnt Adjt! Gent Levy Lraly D 2 bu.ber h*vy Northern Oats, a -

-. -? Such exposure of ignorance by the :I East and South Florida the right to become a of whose condition they neither know, nor AlcxanderCsptThosL LiWel.L L march" W. DORSEY 3ALE DAY8-W edeay.and Sat.ra
Territories is inexcusable.- separate State when decide. have Arnold S.R3"Asgood C 2 3 No.3, Berry Row. ,
JLnmittec on I they may so any right to know any thing, neglects 0 \ FOB HIBC.
96 NEGROES
Delegate should, iu charity, from a re. i I The Middle and West care not how strong I the thousands of their own poverty-enslaved Litot E G Lynn PRIVATE SALE. this day. .


0 we prevented it. It may perhaps be said, will consent to it. But East Florida must false dogmas of humanity! to those who have Cunningham Thou P Lester Wm 50 frt '. inch do ; I ho present year. 7 men. 9 Women, .

t.| this is but a servile copy of one of the act.Jitting not be a Territory separate by herself. We indignantly spurned their proffered services, Bradford Mrs M L I Linlon Thos 3,00". 1 34 wetherboarding B.ys ''Glrls.ALSOFOR. .

; one of the new Western States I III solemnly abjure the South, us they value and understood and unmasked their hypocrit. B: Monsier Lang Robert 10,000 M this SAE Wales 3
lit time 1 ;
where theie: arc salt-springs." Was the their safety, not to listen to the project. We cal designs. The day has not yet dawned on Bradley Bradford E Mrs Mars Miner Macrae WmMorgan Mil Jane 10. ('S .i. and plate Saddle-Hon.same A 9 Carts.

t.Id\ Chairman too indolent to draft a bill more appropriate protest against the right of a small minority in this land, that has witnessed the scenes which Brittle R 3,0"10 ca kl lime; joice; p4 _,R.J. HACKLEY.

'I to Florida ? In doing so, he might t the East to put forward objections to State such an-event will produce. Bailer IIBrradlove Moore Mrs C E bis pickled cod. Valuable Negroes at Auction. T

:, ve drawn n section reserving the Scminole J Government, to defeat the wishes of the other "Blood hath) been shed ere now i' the lden time Baker Col S A Moroin JA Feb29 39_EDWIN W. DORSEY. SHALL sell to the highest bidder bfor my 4,1I

'e'II. Indians, for some years to come, to the sections who are a large majority.The "Ere human statute purged the gentle weal, Brickie Jacob A Mickins Maxwell Mills Wm M D A Richard R. Pilgrim, ) Middle District of Foriv I office, on Saturday the lltb 11 .l 1

good sense or in a Democracy of Florida j da; court 2 Women, 1 Young Man very likely,and
iVilliam AGuest, admr. I 2 from 14 16, both likely fellows. All
of the blood-hound what said in Boys very
Y for the suppression ; we the commencement of this "Too terrible for the par;'* Capl C Muffin II 2 180.f I
clause pf all ,
> and singular the hue resided in the for thirteen
f By country years.
Florida, to please Proffit and Adams, article) should arouse themselves. There Wm S Mason John al3chmentAfda"o
nee in I are But in the day when this heretical fanai. D' and cffeclgof Ron- 1 vit $ Cotton or Union Bank money in payment .
; F Maltox IIMcDaniel 3
:\' cjth more propriety.Again I at Washington those who effect an influencein cism shall burst from the flimsy guise which ankinlhil DanMcCornvck :caer Halsey, dec. J Bond in 392 6 By order of ihe heirs. .' 1'

all who ate acquainted with the Florida they have not-a knowledge of the The R. J;HACKLEY,
- } now but poorly hides its deformity, and deal Bell Daniel Paul piloticc.- defendant and all others inter-

!Ie face of this country, will know that nine. : sentiments of the People they have notwhoarc its "deep damnation" round the land, then Barnes S Mack LBlaspintii ci'ted. are hereby notified of the institution april 4, 1340 3 Auctioner.

>s tenths of the sixteenth sections reserved for I seeking, while they prosecute claims of shall there be horrors record R Marlow Charles .f the above Bait, by attachment; and are required Administrator's Sale. .
to
and
::0
appear the declaration filed in said
school purpose!' ?, arc valueless ; a id rcsorva- various sorts for money, to advance their ul. Brown H MeLts Menry Hit, vleadlo ILL,.be sold to tbe big heat bidder. on Saturday -
itof "Till pity,like a naked new born babe, according statute in such case made
Mrs A B
Mackcy Major
; the same: rules and principles obsencJ terior views as to office, and who are, for that P.t niPrTlded- R. W. WHITE the lllh instant, SEVEN IORSE.
ofr ions upon I "Striding the blast, Browning D Mountain Jonathan J of Saml. II. .
; the
in the Western States,wherc the landsarc purpose, crying for Division, and a new Ter. "Shall blow the horrid derds in every eye, Butts E P Moore Wormley R Tal.hauce.: r.b. 8, 18(0.' 3m. AU'y. for P VffATy blon By nz order lo of tile Estate Admioistralor.R. .

it.1 more equable in quality, will not do in ; ritory in East Florida. "That tears shall drown the wind." Baker Miss E May Lieut Chas A Notice. J. HACKLEY Auetioncer.

-- Florida. To use a term employed by Col. I There are those at home who write, affect. This is neither frenzy, mistaken zeal, or Bahzell If Anderson Marshal AaronMclntyre perrons indebted to GFORGK \V. GRANT, T.lahu"ce. April 3 1840 3 UW
this in and B.'l Miss C W C S ar requested to call\ on \V. R. E"1", .
,m describing country, regard ing professing any thing and everything, JACKI.EY.
\\lute idle declamation. Every word is sober Bless F McGargilc Johnlloyd Ind settle their accounts, by April.- 'rown Property for Sale or Rent. j.
togood lanJs, it is more spotted" than auv' to be "administration men," "anti. ank men," truth considered I G Morris Robert ill accounts
and well nat
prediction. paid by thai time will be put in SALE or RENT. Lot Number 11C, in the
other section of the United: States. Fewjarre. even "Florida loco focoism," (although it neither misrepresent the feelings of the South, Bridge P McPhiil: L Ui!. G W. GRANT.niarch21 FOR PUn Tallahassee: with the IIoo'ehcreon. ji

. !! continuous tracts of good land, arc io stinks in their nostrils here,) who are strong nor the deep rooted hold which this heresy Brown Gen TS 2 Oakley Danl W 3t I J HACKLEY

!'ft/L be f und. Such lands nrc in detached bodies, : for this measure. It is the last dying struggleof has taken in the North. It is but a short period Chiles P Jaincs WPelon Owen Parkhill* Daniel SamlCrowell Dissolution.THK Jan *+, t ApplSlo

near vater.coiir.cs, surrounded by miles of ; the Kagocracy. Any thing& rosortcd to as you are aware since I travelled Dr R I'ritclnrd Caroline firm of GORMAN &IlAU.i9 this day dis. ,

1 findv: talncless pine-barrens. In hundreds : to ngain get hold of the reins of power, through all the NewEngland-indeed through Coalman Mrs :1 I powel Coleman d by mutual consent.

oi townships! !' the school reservations would i ibe which have been wrested from them by the nil the Northern States. In the cities, I Crum HCo'e 1'inney Edward 20, H.JO. C.%% M.C. P-HALL.GORJAX,

utterly worthless! ; in others, it uill com. I voice of an indignant People. Several of found the spirit suppressed as much as possible Win Pondrr Wm G "ach ;

of the land in that& township Ihe public prints in the :Middle and West Campbl C Ponder Fphraim T1H1 have this Q
prise most t good : are by the wise policy of commercial men of Caler Peggy Penington James Subsciibers! day formed a Co <<

I)I. lacher case, the rule adopted in Mr. Pope's not true indices of public sentiment on this Influence, and little or no manifestations pub. Conner Mrs : Ptllmcr Levi partnership for carrying; on a Mercantile Bnincs. ,

ofo.I.I. y::!, \\oiild not effect the object( designed, and ; subject. Others arc lukewarm or wavering. licly[ made. The trade of their Southern! I Carter Jcssee Powell V.olet! I r WHFATOX.! tie! name WM.and style P. GORMAN of GORMAN, HALL Port Leon,Fla. '

I. Some other rule Will suffer to defeat Carter lionCapmn Perry 'r Sarah) KALE ft DAY Every Saturday.
ould operate injuriously. I you your opponents you neighbors, at least, was worth the cherishing, I J Peterson Gustavus C.C. HALL,

I.I. o.fI the State should be allowed I twice( l beaten them in fair and combat? i 8amlCopman 1840. 31
if I I Ito tan: i is valueless, open not an object of concern. In the country, it 1 Hobrl11m Buckley Marel20. ----- -- ---- Auctioneer and Commission

V to select another, under proper regulations. I When victory is perched upon your brow, was like a noiseless stream,its surface smooth I Chairs Joseph Reynolds A WChidres Adminislra1orsNotic4LL ? MERCHANT,

The2 sixteenth! sections nearest St. Joceph":: will you now abandon the contest, because and unruffled, betraying little of the turbid I Wm Raw Seborn persons indebted lo the estate of JIcoii bcen appointed AUCTIONEER for

arc not worth :*: 5 each, and the People of tint your adversary acts covertly and stealthily materials which were running darkly and ChaPn Roberts Randolph W M 3 deceased,of Leon cour.tv, arc hereby HAVING of TaUaliasicc! and County of Le- #
Davis J F N alhanlDacnprl olified n'akinimediate
1. : benefit from the law. It You should bestir Those who I o payment; armdahl those jn, his services to his friends
'CtlU:1tll derive no yourselves. below. It like cicatrized wound Col Wm Jo JCpectrulylcndcf
deeply was a Rile l E demand.i prejcnl them to the su "cri.rl. _
IC t I B the same: ease ia m.iny: other parts nf the liavc: friends in Congress should write to which only required' probing to discover the I Randal Thos 2 havinj, teslrd. settlement and Having; putic many years experience in the anc-

e. 1't'rrih1fllrch': settled. them-memorials: should be sent-meetings ,nrulent matter that lay festering beneath. Its I Oonoho Russell Dr J W ESTHER P.. ROSE, Am'x.? ion: Lri.-ine.ii. ,he feels! assured that all saes inlrutld -

: Do vcis-k, how is it, that the resonta.; should be held, and the public voice be heard, ; useless to deny these things-yet they are Day Capl.m Rufrglcs Li.Mit D J- T. DEVALTN, Adm'r. to his clargt. (cither public or private,) will b t:
March
:1c. Cunlis A B 2 Rogers Jas H 21. 1040. .
satisfaction.Tallahassee
li'n' iotiic I-CTV Convention' proposed!' for :Mid.die .1 in tones too plain to be misunderstood, and too jenied. It is affirmed that abolitionists are Emory Liout John r 2 Renibut C WRobertson 3 fiVclcd to March entire 14 3J tf

c.'C adVest: Florida, by this bill, i is appor. loud to be disregarded. but a small party. I firmly believe more Esliclc JamesEverett J M Fresh Provisions and Groceries.

uoned( fu unequally and inequitably} ? Can -=--=:::-_-= :::=_-=-.-. --- han two-thirds of the population of all the S K Robbinoon J R DC. WILSON k CO. are receiving I fresh PIOCLArATIOl
at ? I _- .c.--1- -. '. -. :- _- -_ .'4 Fuller J II Richard Fortuneralker of Provisions an.l Grocrrie. from Robert Raymond Gocror of 1
the DiAogiio) : have had any hand! in this Wej.ppod :4' ;:) "' 'n States north of Maryland entertain the opinions 3y i
: ::. :: E.J t": \ Miss E A Ruth Mrs Uillimore. by the schooner T. It Betton.
which Florida.WHEREAS .
I IG. ( ) hereto' the apportionment by this bill, ::, .. =--c.-rr.. ."..,'.:=- c.---r.-Ct.. :-:: :,;... :,-.: .-r.O- c:: :- :c_::: which constitute an abolitionist. As WinFmy Relmer Stephen 2 icy offer to their! former customer and the nub- known to that
, I is made me,
Farc it
ill also K'KleJ the of :: :1 ::: s rr.) (": :::: ::-: S ::' :::.. z.: lic, low for ,
and we have apport'omncnl' c :- :=:; -- --.. .- -- a- -. -,.... mere opinions they have a right to them-and Mn Mary Reed J D generally, Union Bank Notes. JACK, a negro save the proper- .
=::
t, lie Convention of I'sS': ?, the population nfthe -:= ,I I : c"E': is mere opinions they do no harm. But Fowler S F Ray PleatanlFilzpltrid 2 A choice. selecuon: of Iron cut and tv of one Daniel Houck of Leon County, who !
Yo. C'jii.'ities' the Territorial census of r: ? and Col R C RatcliRichdF'ealds "ought NAILS which they will sell for nf said under
!. different l by == when acted upon by political demagogues Union Bank loW ras confined in the jail Counfjr
i:1: \I3-the votes i\en 1 for Downing and 'I : until these harmless B Kandolj Mary I Notes. harje of Rape, has made his from said jail,
f
.
opinions ALSO
;. .- wanting hypocrites, Fisher Mn' S E ROlde*Ju B A .mal lot of good }'Un. ITUnE. ccap ,
Itahzcll.!: : aud fur ai.d: against; the Constitution.Ut. :; : I c.- :'.' t: ._ ... ..... are ripened to actions, then- I may, Fisher Col George Riggs Clark 2 which} they I b- pleased to take Union and is now at large that; T ROBERT RATMOKD REID,
.
Now know ,
effort of the BatIk :: :;. c-. :::: c., :'" := =:. :: _. 0" : lank Notes for at low ye
I II, )1.1' Is this an ; I C_ .... _, --C. .. :.' .''.". .CLJ = _... erhaps, tell you what then, in my next. Fag P I Sudlerll KFruer inarch 21 34 prices. Jovernor of Florida, by virtue of the authorityested
n. :aiilcil. Col n-l Downinir, to pack awry -J (- ("' ''' --- 'oIoJ r c A Speir Seth 0 offer reward of
:
;;pifiV.: by '> ;; :: ta t -. I II -- -- -- in me by law, do hereby a 1
, I, 1.1: t'neir favor Wa< the rulu of lppor. I _. .Z.. .-: = CJr There will be Divine Service on Sun. Fuller BS Swartwout S.uaf PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS- Two Hundred Dollars
II IS JJou-n. ;; ;" c: c i ..- O .:; 1C t:' .:- I: jc .... 1: I Ilev'd. Flzgerald E I Sheftono L t tIafe
tunm'jnt:!: at Wa>hingto! i, the rotrsfor, 2 : :- lay, at the Old Court-House, by the ) SiinJon Teli ferro IN TiE CITY OF or the npprehehsion of the said fugitive and biB ,

rv u: 1:1: the ditTiTcrt: counties ? It is i well : -, .O'SI I B. CHAIX, CATHOLIC PRflEST, from Ramble eel R SanTa O G MONDAY, the TALLAIASSEE.day delivery to the I custody of any jailor or other
May
,''I!g;. known, that manyu'.os: in Franklin: : and Cal. .- c c' I:-.', I I IZ cc..: c I.,:). 'I. .:. .-... I:' I: .0 .'.......-a:) ;\loLile-Servico to commence at 1 1 o'clock. Gardinier Capt J R B Stye Benj S IN be offered for sale !in front of tl13 Executive next: will ifficcr of the Territory of Florida, authorized t '

d.Sl. 11un'err' (.f tr'I icllt sailors: for. ;:. :r:;' c 0 'JJ I:' L '"' eo:. Grandin Lieut Wm G Spear Saml P )Jtnce, by 1le! Commissioner of time City of Talla ake charge of him. .
person is about five feet
I- -" arPullf'ngerll:: in the T. R. Betton, for Balti. Gadsden Col James Senate AndreW assee, a number of valuable BUILDING The said lLL alias JACK,

.Sl..jl.. cijucrs, as well\ as other, not permanent inhabitants -. ... more, will leave here in the can for Port Leon, on I Gready C 'Smilh Elin arymp in me from one to len acresand affordinor LOT* high; has lrg eyes thin visage a near recei"er

: nnd yet these counties are madelociiuatcrliaUr.ceGaddcn : U. *c- \ ..... :.: :0" -. I'C:' ..... .ta.... .... :.' =:. 0- I "fucNday morning,7th indo LJeigor Philip Scott Jaa M sites for buidiD! .. Some of these |lot' roin a cut !chest, Ils wnsts deeply marked
lat : ;! and Jackson, or :'I CXJ citcc::' ((joaD"-* .a :; 1ILoZ--""__ ___ __ ,---- ,-- ---.-- Hay wad P Smith Thurza A are artvantagnonMy !ilulcc in the City of Talla hy hand-cuff", one ru pierced far a ring, a largecar

'Cf tle Jefferson Madron: aid: Hamilton, where! the i l ) I CONCERT.1'I.1ISS IlytOHarvey t Soper Steven V hu I' and others* immediately' contiguous to on his left leg j.I. below) short the knee hs; ;left his Icisomcwhat color
it time rattler and : very ; :
MHADOWS informs the S SkilwellJnoESparkman IVes. light
.. respectfully M
or Oi
residents' farmers with iLjl 1 :: e.: t I s-:
voters his
1t'f are permanent: ; C3.... .i rL'1 c p ... iS e g 00'S J and gentlemen Tallahassee and its Flail Mil G A PrtrrSullivans Maps of the Ids offered, will be stiff which causes a limp in gait.
p : c t:. .:. 01- -1 Q CXJ "* provided( on the hand, and seal of
falnili s This is done as the latter coun. ? d GIVEN under
beuo _! ricimty, that .'Je will gin A CONCERT Hinchman M T Sargeant lay of sale ; and, in the mean tOOO. more parlicu.rinformction : ciy
I this twelvth of
tics( arc Administration: : Ant i. ank. Leon, .*.. This Evening, Saturday, April, Hoyt C K Sevin JamesHenderson can b had at Iho Commissioner's. the Territory hundred and day
., c 0' forty,
) Marcheight
ta i, is too much }Democratic) Loco-Foco, -.. t: s.- s which F Smith Gcergc S Ofr.
r; ..1 on occasion MASTER CLARKE has kind. TaHahasece.
Ja. ::' :' CI C1I t:' C) ; eo: al the city of
iD L.I I, too :prratly Airti.Downng: } : : to be allowed her i! c .:. ::,., ::., -1 .... -1 :. Z .. volunteered- his services. 35 april 4 I Hughs Harden J W E Thornton Scholtlcr Louis Seth BHunter :ash", and:the- Onrfourtl1 secured of the purchase moaey in ROBERT RAYMOND REID. '

t. (luc l and! equal \\\'cigh(1C'rortlitl! to jxtpulation, c.: ... a- ;;' .... FOR NEW YORK-First Ve8eTT N P Tache Pierre UA the firal day of March 184 t,by with a note approved nav able By. the Governor -

bo vith thos.counties.. The }Democratic memo fi' Q .... I:' I:' eo; .. ::I The schr. TORCH, for New York Hoffman Je&iah Turner Richd B cunty. THOtAS BALTZiLL, J. l'C"T Secretary of florida

lrs. (if Congress slu.nlil oline: this. If =-' will sail next week. For freight of 50 Harris C Tucker Thos W march 21 3 Com. C. of Tallahassee. march 31Uranc -

lte tins becomes/ a law, the f.iitlulKind Federal '=- i_ I: tl a... a .:- .:- ..Lt: .... :':= 6 1 bales Cotton or passage apply to House GHommond Trcmbley E I. I:: The Apaecllic.a! Gazette the Pen,"cola and Lime Nursery;
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atJle aud the ------ MILLER &. ROW LES. D Taylor Jno 3 Guctc, and the Sr. Augustine herald, pub.shthe FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY.
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irankpcrncy may yet triumph, Peopleof wi
lIMdlo and VVo--t Florida he innde: he.reditary KXTKACT I Tort von,April2d, 1830_36 It Hcrriman S Taylor Ncwlove Hezekiah TIendersoD 2 ,- abo"e 1m the day of sae.O 4 NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange
Tucker -- ,
From a letter from a gentleman in East Flo. J t._ and Lime Trees, of an age to bear in one or
bandsmen" this of DELPHI HOTEL. J C Thounwon D A .
: to oligarchy Rngbaror.s. Hoyt Capt Taken tip.lsntati after transplanting. The Tr.es wereai'ed
.
o.e"l : : ridll to hisfriind in .Ycw York: THE: undersigned having purchased from Gen. I Taylor E ( he IGth. mllant. inside: of Mra. :utal! '! .wo year from Choice Cuba Seed,and are ins. healthy
If observe tuc will see ) UROWN, that well known establishment Hudson IIHrison Thnnsby 1 dark' hORSE: three feet
o .\ grave question! a* to the propriety' of Con.gross I you papers, you and lho 011 bay :ind thriving condition. Directions \\i b given, -
called the City Hotel, in the city of Talla. Wm H Taylor HonlThompson lip of also' w'The' is
ivhat H:: doing in Congress towards our ad.iii.bu !I 'his nose owner vhich adhered to, will insure them safety in re
.11. i-rrscribing, \\ithout IM'iig; a.-kc-J, the .I State. We have two liasi-oe, have opened the house under the title of Hancock A 2 Henry requesled to come forward, pay chnrje!and lake noval! and transplanting. Apply to EDWIN W.

rules and terms upon: \\hichtho Pooplu of as a parfles-I Lho Adelphi Hotel. They are now making import Haran Benj Ulmcr JJ A ,.m away. PERRY L. BARlllNGTOX.archjJl 3o Auctioneer, Tallahassee, or WM. Mc-
10as florida, shall ji sbmlie! i-i thir primary capa- ole for-one against it. One is for ant improvements and repairK, and will hare by the holbrook A Valentine Henry 'm 3 3t* sEY Port Leon. mar 14 3
t Convention to: form ultimately two States,the other to'', pneuing full an extensive Brick Building crected E It Vae Douglass 5 ---- N.U1GfT. '.
tIC t-ty in maycll: be rai ed. It iu whole immediately.; In the I ill the property, \\hereby they' will! ke able to ac- flr T A Vliet Abraham o Notce. Abraham Spanglcr, 1 County Count, (Leon) in
conic present ALL
from
I is rHoiton trad- Summons
in accordance with are forlwunrJ re-
appropriate, more comlllodlllAlrotng'rll visiting this county in a Dr W \ \Vest Uobt persons vg. ) Vascumpit.
JtI :Hiuad: principles, that, as in 1S3S; the People and prospective state of things, it is decidedly I walisfactory minner. The I I'uhfu: may depend Heck C Wyatt Harris THaris nir for a certain note of hand: executed to me, for Henry Wvche. j pondeiidnm for $500.

should! themselves crib thcss rules.- better to come in as one State-for if the abolitionists ; every attention to their comforts. JohnJohnson Whyte 'Ilios wo thousand dollars) $2.000'[ by Mr. Williamannon leturn.to Spring: term, 1C80; dated Dec. 6th, 1839.

i:1.i- W hence the prc Con- get the ascendancy, we ncvr come I upon JOSEPH CROSKEV, A N Winnea Margaret L 2 e: abjut! the 15th of March, 1R39,as the sid defendants and II other interested, ar :
is authority assumed by and I raid WilliamCannon
: in. The Union would be dissolved in the DAVID F. WILSON.Tatbhiap'ee JarreU Win Wood Jos B 2 ate hiss been lost by me, lip THE reby notified of institution of said suit
:1.ll. gre; B
and dissolved it Assuredly will be Jayner J Wiggins by> appa -
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THOMAS. _
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ll.of attempt LEWIS A. -.J
Why. we would C:1'1uircis: the Suwannee SCALES IrwmJMJohnson Wood Geo N F lur the same. and riJ t- u* --; f a.s. ; -
W.
and with their increase Dr. A. 8Isiv.T.LlMo surl. made and '
r'ucrmade: the Hast and if they increase, WhiUhcad Wm TllaI13. march 21.180. urujii"- ionic statutes in case pro-
between D "
boundary himself "
the
I North Carolina, presents J. D.
- in the efforts District of ided. WETCOTjr.
incendirry we ice White EIle'Johnson Middle
West persevere FROM S }
Florida thc Apalachicola of the inhabitants of Tallahasssetnd Jordan .
Anciently: ,
Attorney
HI
:ir them dailmaking.. to excite discontent and LJrs M HJsxlah Winkley WurcissaWood vs.SIIADnAcI >Florida. In the Supe- mar 6 : ofPlaintit. ..
was: the biimdarv!: and it was, at the treaty of its vicinity, in the practice of the yanousranchiei ruff J jrior Court of Leon ; '
11 revolt our blavcs. The modes by A regular graduation, E ATKINSON. Taken Up.
cession.Vhv! arc not the counties of Columbia among otthe profesxion. J WK'msey White Margaret Term, 1840. lt. Attarhinent I .
'ounTy"To AI
Spring
np Leon
Johnston ,
cl.ee 1 and Alachua included in the proposednew I which they essay to do to this, are some of and the experience of twelve years' practice, are B Williams Gilbert M for 620.58.. AT my plantation on of Miccosukie County Mare
first a Bay
recommendations to confidence Persons! requiring the February
, .- tatc. The Suwannee is: a most unnatural them us base, and baser than any thing else I his surgical assistance, and tho>>e suffering under -i Kesne R Wanton' GeorgeKornbeau linE defendant, and al olher4in'crestctl, are about fourteen and a half hands high Len"ea,

boundary For forty or fifty miles East that can be named, excepting always and \I chronic and protracted disease, would do.wellto I Wilkinl J l I.. hereby notified of institution of the above I >ld. The owner can get I.er by applying to

rIAor .r f that river here there be forever, the cause they are engaged in. 11 test his kk\H.\ Kirkpafrick E Walker Minor 1Ult. and are required to plead to the drclaahl mar 7 3'2 3t. BENJ.G. WEARING.
are or ever can Wilson Geo lo the statute in such
J
I Kertland led in the same according
content Basement
could these but shall Pensacola Street, No.3'?, -
,
particularize crOffice on
; :: I
any settlements the inhabitants will Whitaker W B .
carry 1 formerly Kirbbee Wm nude and provided.JAMTs Notice. .
House,
,
, their produce, to that river, and all their trade myself with the one fact, of their:' making Story,Hotel.Brick Buildiug Adelphi I Kimberly II W WaUjhLieutAiexandcr 3 CIO A. BERTIIELOT.march21. books and] account ofDtxiu.DArm.
athe 1 1I
\I ill! IIC to it. It is the natural outlet fur the I I instruments of negroes, who have (perhaps'by april City 4. 1840 36 ._ Kendal\ Weiger Mr 1.tO. 3 All'y.fQrPIf TiE" M'RAENY & IIAWES,are in the bands o
I the generosity of' their former owners,) apri14 3 I.G.SEARCY. TO HIKE.TO A. E. Harris, for collection. All accounts will
Country on lath sides of it. Alachua is '
,.- : I been emancipated, and are jfTered to remain Notice.) JLuinber Hay and BrJc for sale HIKE for the balance of (time vcnr, TWO put in suit, if not settled! immediately.
,
decidedly opposed to Division, and in fa1 lIE suUcrilrs, having sotheir\ Block of Feb 29 FRANK IIAWEB. .
ay The intercourse with these free rffedfarflk feet Boadl HocsE WOMEN, For inftirmaiionnquiro 3
lId or of Suite:; (Government.: Is it because! the amongst I T guods to M. SWAIJI, hereby request all\ per- 30" V'lJf 15,000 do clear do do RATE
14 G3F.NUINFf
difficult. means of other at thisoflice. ma For Sale or Rent.AThe ,
is not By to call: and cclllc the same, _
them
da.r. "eople arc I Democratic) they lire kept out, icgrocs s< free occasionally touching at our by cash ur note immediately, or the same will be titLR. .I
taituie Frames Sperm.
negroes e
, arrangement to secure the balance of collection. lou II icccntly occnpieii by
and finding ingress to our towns and l lodged with an attorney for G tons H.Y2Oot'O : Sperm. Candles ha-
pOwer to the faith-bond faction should fail ? ports, &. good ; subscriber. Posion given
I'. H. SWAIM CO;
k.e. I cities these are bribed to ihe work, and fur. Noi them Bricks, which will be sold cheaji Buckwheat in kegs to the undersigned,
Vaatneupon such a system of gerrymander- ; St. :M arks, apri1.4, 1840 36 3m for cash. A. B. 4B.. O.WEEKS. Lard and Butler. For sale by : Apply
e..Jt lam! If Division l he made !Inished \\ith incendiary tracts, artfully contrived HENRY BOND. or to \Vm.1'algh.
. a must let the of their hellish For Sale or to Bent Mar 14 3t mar 14. 2t Feb. CA GERADIN.
for the furtherance -
tyJ8 tat: include, Westwardly, Columbia and at I' read and expatiated the present >rear section 8, (Lafayette To Let for the balance of the year, TO RENT. 3TOT1CE.LL .
least the of Alachua do purposes. These are I' FOR situated 4 miUs North: of Tallahahfce -
or not situated in
')
part House
: upper of slaves-not j A comfortable two story DWELL LARGE and commodious indebted to the Estate of Jau-
te it come further West than the range of upon in secret assemblages on the Georgia HOld; on which there are J*: rIiGin a healthy part of the wcl A a pleasant part ot the city. Po"seqln: given persons are requested tomak

cDat )barren, sand-hills East of the Suwannee, and such abject oncs as the two thousand females J;I about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well f.nled in. furnished. Apply al this ojco.march20 >In the lit May. For Terms enquire at this office- ..._JIAI. POWELL, U'; l.v_ TVZ'g aeuIC.wi : .
comfortable F.GCRARDIN. attested for settlement, to
,
Lowell-Lut happy, Apply lo present them, duly
I at / -
saw
ncluJc 3t .
the -'
country tributary to that river. Leon.MERCHANTS __ -
.shce I 36 Port 3 VIOLET POWELL,
and well fed 4 NOTICE.HERE I..bseriberl..
We have said this bill was a contrivance to I hale and healthy. well clothed, a"" received, a fresh supp'y' of Provisions, bo sold by Public Auction in lhc Executrix.
will
lo hollovo tW thojr 1 --O.t -- JUST ,
. prevent Florida either united divwlfiH fromhaving slaves.: TllPW; nro taught who re- :of Gadsden County for NATHANIEL
. or it is may HAMLN.
freedom .1.
II ._._
be free-that to obtain bb! fine order Cout 10ase.or.ul.nc.
. : a voice in the next Presidential dection. I 'ought to lo bring up, or closo their 200 Flur. in benefit of ( / IAnaO'I'"Y, upon, 'JOHN IV. ,

. right to shed the blood of those who hold themin Uwks, or make ont: accounts, .\c., either in this 5 hag CofeeBacollhm and Shoulders, Lard, Mo. TUESDAY, the 21st day of April next, at mid Jan 29.130. !l 2 4 Exeutor.
- \ -that if they wade in seas of human tf the neighboringtowns can obtain ,Sidel, of contract entered inlo betweenQ
bondage
or in terms
city
cit No one can read the bill and not sec through any lastc 1200 bushels good Corn. day. NOTICE. -
of and Land Com-
and travel through fields carnageif the service of a very competent person by fnq'lir'in k Kenan of said county, .ail the late firm of
the which gore bbl. NSW Crlcan Rectified Whi.key.Te LL those who are indebted to
scheme. Also 100 .
It time at No.38. :
I prescribes no and of Mr.' It'm. H. the risk of said Klan, con-
pa'ny
nrs- at :
the they murder their masters Wyt. above will be sold low for rash.| /. Gamble & Reid are earnestly, requested to
members the Convention shall i 1 0. alice. more or less of Mcelll Little
' to proposed: slumbers and de. TaldIU"fe.lri2d. _3 CO. 400 acres their accounls immediately.
in their midnight B. GAMBLE & la'niing said come forward and close
lie tresscs,
end
to
"toi& elected, nor specified day for the convoca- j the children and companions with whom NOTICE. Tillahassoc, March 21 31 3l River Survey 'satisfy the forcmentioned pay Company contrac JAMES B GAMBLE & CO.

,%. lon| of the Convention, and manifestly looks ,: stroy have been reared (for there is constant IX months after date, we Iha1 apply to the NOTICE. i time with amount interest,duo cost on and expenses said Kenan having j3n25 60.AdmlnWator'._

111. to the legislation of the Territorial Council to j'i they between the white and black S Honorable the Judge of nn County of the Court,., Subscribers offer for sale tIme followin j ar- failed 10 cwinply with the terms th ref. Notice. .
companionship administrators e
. s Pplv the omissions in the details. Under and for l letter" dismifsion TUE for order of the Trustees of the Apalachicola the estate of A A ton
praise. low CASH- By
familiesit is justifiable late ol said ", persons
in
thIS law children tate of JOHN \VILLE. decoaicd. and casks J. B.BEtOWNAgent. ALL are requested to makamnmediat
;Dlite- Florida cannot possibly organize as of heaven. And Oh! TEDDY WILLF.Y, Cognac Brandy.In half pipes qr. Land Company. dcceaed. *
a State, and choose electors to vote t for Prcsiocnt worthy in the sight this : county. WM. G. Holland Gin in bbla. .TallaliHssce.Urchlfl.1830.. 33 2t : payment; and these having claims a- -- ,.
how happy they are to be, when once PONDER in do tbe! estate,will present them (or adjustment.
gaiflaL
). next November. She cannot.submit her is accomplished. With their april 4. 1040! __36_ lrlto, Whiskey .John C. Jacobi. Tab. s. JOhN C. MUNFORD, E'r.
Lardin keg
rl Constitution and be admitted and recognized I laudable object who have CAUTION. Measurer and Inspector of Lumber fo th
in the blood ( those I II A Flour, Melle. NOTICE.
bands reeking .
** a State till after the election is over. 1 cautioned against Iradin for County of Leon,
,
are
i ,I reared fed and clothed them, and provided I LL prone to Jo. Corn, JllManhaden about to l leave Florida for f..weel
"';ide by the Cod Fish bW
: Florida, ad her vote is excluded. If 1 and in health- four given .uicrib. and in his services to those who may please BEING this day mad, constituted, appointed
, all their wants in sickness tho 27th January IIt: ono OFFERS aD
dated
dl\lded, there is which she can for seph Dykes, Boxes Pickles, in quart jar him. Charges moderate. ELLKNWOOD and
.. no process by I ol. the first and one-of five hundred CDapn JAMKS THo..A Vaaa.
rote, i these deluded beings-ignorant note of one hundred doUlf bbl.. Lime.McNAtIGIIT. 14. 1830. 3 Monticello and
without that vote being subjected to their own exer. the 1st January 1840 ; two oth. 3 & ORMOND. Esquire, of jointly
dIr. cavil and } idea of the means of living by payable on dollars each SIGN AND hem wvera'ly my general agents and tttorner.
the Federal and 1840. ( hOUSE
objections by party. for hundred fifty paa. March 20th, CHEAP _
ac. two Leon.
: \ accustomed to direction in e\cry crs, Por absence. CLEMENT B.BARRtTT.MonticeUoIOthMarch,184Lllfl .
-r.fi... \retllc republican party in Congress to suffer"lemsclvcsto lions- knowledge ofi ble one in I 184', the other in 1843. As the consid: FLOUR.JUST ORNAMENTAL PAINING, GLAZJNland durine -UJ my 23
of'
be wheedled and by false tion of life, and ignorant any eralion for which they were given, baa entirely .
juggled fo Paper
:1' laws Cf! received in fine ( Flour, -
of all the ? them unless compelled by rder.2bbb. .
friends i sclf.go\'ernment-ignorant failed, I shall not pay mostrei'pectfully informs the Fresh Seeds-
and
pretended allies, here or there, to low for cash. undersigned
I thing, but to cat, drink and du. of law. \ T and vicinity, that he GARDENHerbandftowerssetg. .
.
upport this bill under these circumstances society-of every elurt R. K. 'WEST. JAMES GAMBLE If CO.Tallahassee. citizens of Tallahassee KITCHEN
D
I and cheerful 1840 35 : the neatest manner any lot of Bulbous Flower Roots, all
their in
It.1A' we trust For four has Florida I sleep, and perform light apri. ,March 81 24 in prepared to eiccnte,
net. year be made free and happy, NOTICE. of the above branches,at short notice, and a prices warranted freslu
.. been tasks to
, struggling to become a State-she has\ daily are wonder that the WEEKS after data 1 shall rp'ytotne Waated which will induce those wanting,work done to give A ( .volunWof Brijrcmsn's Gtrden.. A_
COnned a Constitution has been ratifieda I and by such nteans! Do you FOUR. Jndga of Lb. County Court ol MadisonCou.ly A steady ycung of attending arespectablo him call. Country orders promptly attended to. tnt, giving full dirf etion ro tb culture of fcut,
i.I foul and abominable hereby of Abolitionism benefit of lh. tat in this city. shall a prepared, and and flower. and for salt ,
I adopted by a majority of the popular votei for lean to lad, for the LibnWlr N. B. Paints of all colors ready vegetables r.ve .
el old
of her citizens. her that equal I wrenched from a broken arm of that once I heir. of Light T.ToWpd ..i.edIat.orMulrnnntvJ be given. Apply \J.U. LVIJ, mixed for use.'F.. B.' CLARKE. by R.NDOLPI 'JWS S
Why deny
J the Constitution, should bi 1). EWING, ctand, Monroe itet I Dee 14 19
sacred instrument
rank she D 35 3l Feb 15 L -
ii entitled tot 1C: as the Bank Whigi: the South-tha. 3G Guirdian.1 march 2 2 -
viewed with abhorrence in
80 loudly boast, the contest between them and. Apri 4,18. -

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-- --- ------- --- -- --- I ----- : 'WN lbe:'following' Laud..as a tenant ih ,-I. [HE subscriber'win contidua ,iho, abon'bu'I' William M.'Ragidale, ) Attachment for $565 HaDlin&t nTilTany _& ElIhn "'J

IfotJee. 1 I JOHN p. DVV., I common with Latin; Armiatuad, 'deceased, 4L i ness at the S. W. Corner..of Washinxtoore vs. S Summon for $:200'* vs. '

IX wrtlul "r..t due .pjiUiMti! <>n will be matt J I ATTORNEY Jon -halliyach, which I will Mill low for cuh. if a p. &re and Munroe Streol &d having a complete William E. Willey. J/wued Jan. 28, 1840. Henry Batler kJauea *l4ltiCb Ia

.J .o Ih* 110... th. Judgo of Jefferson '. unty.i! U\TL14 practice in the couru ot Middle and I plied' to soon, at Bull'n Tavern, in TJ!,aluneee. tssorlmenl of the best of Linen Paper, he is new Rcturnablo to next Spring Term.THE lurehanl'.t &e., trading under, t tIe

,. C"ud, for Letter* of Ad uitiiMr.aioi. o<> the t"loIt .. t Florida and Cuurt of Appeals* Res- 7..8, lying on Black Creek opponite John puke tna bled to manufacture Blank Book of every description defendant and all others inttrc.led, are the firm of BttIr & Aldrich.

\' David Tnumpftoa. dicJ Ute of .\rklllt'3.. 'i deuce near Gen. Br.)\nV. I hilt .. 10 miles froi Tallnharsed. 200 acre opeted. suitable for.Banks, Public OfficesMer notified of lha' n.tiluti.n of said suit HE defendant. not

Fe '.15.; TS13 :23 d JNO. B. COi.l.IVS i|I jan 25 26 4.8, lying Wards 4 miles from chant Mind others in sells T and r"idiDitJIi..
LL _mmim .. *1- adjoining Major *, single or complete ; by attachment, and are required to appear and 'rltor1. ,0t hating ,. ,
r --
Administrator's Aotlcc.S3 S. W. Carmack & Jledicns TallahaKseu, 150 acres opened. Deed, Record, and Docket Books, and all other plead to the decferalion filed therein accerdincr to the same lo whom notice oran "\lai
A. '
IX '.110"11')1 dHe 1 slnil |I".. t in "III i Ji-djo Long, 5-8, lying 1 1.2 mile ,f Quinry,75 acres opened. Blank Books used by County Courts can be obtained law CHAS. S. SIBLET je IMt gitcn.-notke I h hereby Z1"ii

.3 ,t f tlte .o ity r ml .i JcrlVr-" ,, n' f.r ATTORNEYS. AT LAS9 I dont wish to sell at .,resent any other Lands at short notice, ruled and bound in any style Feb 4th, 184028 3m AU'1 of Plaintiff."PABTWEBSHIP to the atat-t. in such ew made and .
| owned l.y me ill the Territory. required and warranted equal to noihern or he deposition or p
any Willis
at. .m jI.'t''II,1 ILL F-b 15 2941 MA .?CUS A. ARMISTEND.NOTICE. other manufacture. Particular attention will be T. Wiien. and John Ain.lie AMI
.d uLdMOl HutVAaD .I pram in in tilfi ,
'oa..d. t.Cf SnperiorCniirU -ill .u
BENJAMIN \RRON, 1' of the Middle>parlntMiliip and Apalacluc paid to re-binding old Books, Newspapers, Maga- W; M.H. FRANCIS & LEvI HART entered office of William H. M uW'II. Florid I" .

JOn 11,1840 1 2J Adimnulr.ilor. Dillril'll. and in the of Appeals. Their To the Stocklo'.dtn! of the Union Bank / Florida. Ziti cs, Pamphlet) Music B<*>k.. &c. in plain or into Ca-parlnership 1st January 1840, under ab ner. in the city of New Y orlt 0
OQ
-- is, for the COdlJ house. ornamental binding or lo malch patterns. Paper the style of FRANCIS & HART at the old .ttnd urday in April next, to k. rOad' ,
court
alke il new I 111 HE following amendment to Ihe charter of .a'
of WM. H. FkJiMcu. WM. H. FRANCIS tIeIee
MartinI's aforesaid.
Sale. 21 .ruled for Bills, Lellers, 4-c. cue .
Dlc 20 '
the Union
bo
Bank of Florida: will in force for
a BY virtue of a wril of fieri facia: iesiiod out of : and after the 15lh He has for sale a good &IIsortmenL' BIUlkqokt. Feb. W7 LEVI HART THOMAS
May next.
BALTnLL.
.Superior Court of the Middle DUtrirl fir Dr. Benjamin R. Taylor 'An met amend an art entiled an act loin corpora -! Letter and Writing Paper. raled or pl.ai,, of Strayed Flb 25. H340. 81 A't'l'
_
_.. <*t tv.i'i wbli-b David C. WilNon Inn urofesMonal the citi- the best Ruled Itf doseripttOfl.All tot PI"
ui >'i plainlitf. MTVU-CH to quality. paper every
OFt.tH: to the subscribers to the Union Bank of Flori my plantation about three months since, Simon 1"ar
; 4ndno.. IL Runilt s .d'i'ld""I.' I havi1 IcVM'dOIM.O 1 allaha-Hec and its vicinity. Oln<-" da." orders thankfully received ajid promptly at. FROM BAY HOUSE MULE r -
-no pirticu-
nud whsll r-ell I, at Publicu ul n fat tier's residence lended to. P. A- IIAYWARD.Tallahassee ( vS. 1 AUamcbmellt
the north
I"n.II8 I'urday, on rido of Wanhinytcn Sep. 1. Bo it enacted by the Governor and Leeiilalue I.Ir mark only the sign of the gear. He only had I William E. Wi1ey S

l In- 2S..1 day of April II'xl, in fr 11.1 tle. 'o\rt; !:ci u Ic.'ulahl Council of the Territory of Florida That ir July 13-If been worked about two weeks. Any information I laued Sumon'l500 damag,

H"u.. unr, in TgI.iIup..| <"', luring lentil houis t tc"c'. 3 any or may here- Cotton TVcigliingr.HE gladly a liberal reward II F defend Dt. and all .
l the others
"lld.1 ij! r.H'M'li'g property: iller obtain a :loan upon the pledge of stock asIT HE pubticiibor. app'.inli-d VVcigtipr of ocn gi Ven. Address a teller to St. Marks. T hereby notified of( the l
F.not: liiIt :
S qtiaitt-r of M-C. 23Towni-Iiio! I S. Sibley I ill the I in of iho last Feb22 30 inslituliua '
ntrniphted t\xpr.ty-nrilh sec-lion of llie I pursuance an act passed i>t vas WALKKR.Shell Pt. by attachment, and .
%V.KHt
.
N nd are
Ra-iffl OI'FEUShi.-: prolessiunnlse vices as Attorney act,to wlnrh tins i 1t, an UIlI'lIdll'cnl.I IIhall n.. lecll lo t-ion "f lie Legislative Council', rpHpeclfully in- ami plead to the declar.tfor required 1.1'

half of !E quarter of section 4, To"ns5iip! n. at i L.nv, in the "Ol"Cil"1: (.1 l lef st-w or pay up hijstork note, for the pace of30 l\iTit\n the public that ho it pro I J'rd to weigh Cot- NOTICE. cording to the statutes in sub, filed iq aai4 e."
J.lhose 1. S UldV.. d bis, 4c. Ali'Uhe L'l.rit. lie 1 I alIK day afitr tile either Ihu Rail-oad persons indebted to the estate of JAMES C8Je m.d
wil alencl nsm.* shall have becomo duo, tile Ion' in cdy or al the Depot ALL v idod. J. a4"
NorthVext qiurlcr of S E quarter of sec. 33. !he ('otlits Ill > M 'I'lie DiMr ci. than* so pledged hall; b.* forfeited$ I to the hjn!<, and I Imy HH i" ulest ure m.inul'ie-ur'd: at th<< s ime pl.icc astbopc deceased are requested to makeimmediale Co b. WEs 'Z.fe ;

Tuwtlllp I, Ran(.' 1, N and W. :: Office in Muinoc, Siree' ,jn : ; ;premium that may In- rp.-eiv.-d fr-ini lieu mile u-ed by the United -laten generally! and payment. Those having demands against 19 30Jm S. SIBLEY'

Lvicd upo i a.III. property of said tdeldall. 'JCCUII' c byVm., U'tUon. as dfLuilcinfnrmerJ lln-rc.il slmll accrue aud hu dud to the surplus 'I'k.-v. in-hy the weiyhem of cotl"n in the city of.N said estaleviU present them duly attested AtturorlorPrlia6,

ant to b uold lo sat vfy muJ wnt.aty'.rlnlo I liw.J 1 ..Iah.s.tef}' I2tli loiS. 40 if prcitiii "I: tin.iiink.; w *i f.rk. II rid h.ivi- t-i--n examined ..y the. In- for payment. JOHN BRANCH, Watches -

SA \1.; Ii. DUV Iur"hal :..... 2. Br it further nacti-n, Tint it 'nil P the "p ttor ot SCT! sand tvci hNof sriil city.and prov- .. Feb.8. Administrator. .Jewell', &te.

Mh -4. Ito 3By WM. H. WARE, 11 D.IVII L n S. FA LREH, duly fir the boa.'d ol diri-i, It-rx. *lt -n .my ,liar. may j i -d ron reel I'riep of H,.-!lt III, 10 cents per bale.I NEW MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING ,,1IE. SQbseri h.11

marshal's Sale. A TORXE Y A T LA IV, 4.G. t'c forfeited nc alorr ain, in l.r..c.1| I" sell I liii'P4111C I U.f.MfKFFIELD: VVetglrer Cotton. ESTABLISHMENT. hand I vet7 ...

WILL practice in Iho Courtnof Middle Diotric at I public osuter)to the II i il.t! ludder ler.II bunk I Tatas.iu-te: i n. 12. tL9. f usortlJlrnlof Waleh ?
\'itle.1 a v' rit of fieri facia*, issued nut -_ UK undersigned most informs city Prated
BY in : of Florida hiss office i il the flrt room t the i HIT t houfp ill thu city iit'Tdllaha, after giving tendayH 'I' respectfully War.
Sup* rior Court of the Middle District riohl I JEWELtKY.rB the Ladies Tallahassee and vicinity thatshe !. &lie
: over J B. Buirbslorem '['aI.itias.eewiiere! ho noiicp. bv, pntil'calioii in nil Ibe papers publi I Cutlery. &,. _
ol!I f'loiHa, for Lon in which Alexinder, may I HE subscriber informs the citizens! linn house in the above line Monroe ( n.
F Duval County al w'n's holound.II.I.IAM. .,hed in ralt.i itu-i, -', of tin* lime and place of pale: rich. elf.ly opened a on a'terms.' or .Ia 011 hia--
IM plaintiff and John F. Billin!s'iy' I is dehndant. inil I tin* "rrha'r ohall!!, \vithin ten days thereafter -sausd viMlors-of TttlUliassetlhat he has ju.SI 1 L street, and between the rtorcs of Mr. Francisand He will reesi5

lie i 'haw b.-vicd up"n, and .llal oell al ptL. \\ M. ItAJVDOI.IMI l..t <.ule to the bank Iho bond and niorijratjri nol I,. opened an as-.trinifnl of Ktcll Jewelry and fancyjomls Messrs. Gorman 4- Hall where fciie' dopes I upplles, during the.lI .

nlel''n, on Saturday the (, April i ('xl. Attorney and Coiinscllnr at La\v, I'Cur I l II wnxtilulo, him a slorkholdtT, und ( al the rarner: of Monroe street and Washingifii from a stnct attention to the business, lo merit a WATCh! RE1'AlRlG .

during Jfi-il h/IJI tin did. duy. in front uf the TaliahasseOfi'cc i"lria. p..tijt i)tlo the H.mc rule*. iejr il'iii"MII. "d te.i 1J61 Square, opposite Messpandol l ll[ h & LCWH* sh are of public patronage. It attended to with as much al.i1itllad
courtoine door in Iliu of Dm which will sell Philadelphia Feb 29 If M. ess a* at any ifcop in the
he
cjty 1..llllo2ll.l., thc ;; Store, al pi 15 MRS. A. CLARKE. Southern e01'Dtrmfl.
tu'ii.-and ho entitled t lo the nno rights rej '
folouiij! : ( Irowrly.'iz( jim th! Nc\v Court IIUS. prmle I( J CREAGH SMITh __ Jan 3
ce* FREDERICK
Jan. IS. 1 1k39 'I. unit tiniii-jnitieJE, an nro yuaranlceil an original I .
.O" t :iuir,: N. vV. So c5' : 24 Coparl nersl1ip.
cIlrtu. T.w"hill: 1. -- -- jml
st kholder) : provided tnat tlsu: sale and forfeitureof __ __ .
Range 3, N.and F. l).'. A. :Jl. THE subscribers havo this day formed a cf,- RATIER-S OL"TJE TAN -

l'.ant ha'f, N. E.: quarter Sec. 6. T wnt-liip 1, Mi :.oa ed .1\DOI4I'1 1.(1| il I alall. .sce. a. I fhurcs hall not opi-ra.tr ;to divest the bank of any Co-rurtiierslijp. at Port Leon under the name effectual cure for Tetter, kin;..;
Ra 1.1.YI lien which it may have l.ad in; the properly of tire H lIE subscribers have Ibis day entered into I of f Miller & Rowle to the all cutaneous II
J e2X anJ E. l .IllS |iioic">i< -er' tli,- jmbltr. || carry n STORAGE]E eruptions. Prepare' i
; N. qutitrr i S. ''. Pec. 1 I lie. to be fn"nut' .a the ollice! icI". .J. II. nan.: defaultmc! stoekho'.dcr; i.ullllo jmo shall remain L Co-Pailncrship: under the firm of BERRY & & COMMISSION tushes Jacob Ralier, Baltimore. For sale 0 11.
TwiiItip by
Rarjre: 2.N. i-nd ELI quarter 1 dolpb', mi Monroi' Snett- h'ound; for the security of any dibthc may owc the D OWLIM R. II. BERRY.Jan. They have a large and commodinus warehouse aug 17 tf RANDOLPH

bank whether alll'a'rr. endorser or, surety, until I.--22. 61. JOSE PH DOWL1NC.Carriage LtW19.
f fur of
.U.I.j2 the merchandize and
-I l.aif, NV quarter, Sec. l. 'o\nl hip satisfied. fh storage cotton ; and -
1 the shall have been fully :
P.an-'e'J.! N.and I E. ---- i.ame dcHarness Making. h hope by strict attention, and promptness; in the A Plantation & Land fn -
L..i.l.lloM1)Sor: JOHN PAUKH1LL C
levied upon a ale! proprrly of i-aid .1 b ( & 'r.II.ILG1'EIt.Arl0RJ > Ilt-hicr. ECT-TIJE subscriber having engaged the servicrs execution of orders to givesatisfaction tall whe 88O Acres of Land lying in Leon.

: tnl1t.bc..iiid; tu "'li.!v MII iI! fc'ue..t.t.I.\\,. :\ S AM CO SELl.OUS ATTallahassee March U. 1839. 3 .r of kil'.ful Carriage and Uarnr.ss Maker,from may cntiust business to ihcisfaro. Townthip one. Rang two, COUll ,
north.eutadjrt
wr.tncc''ldl 1\ W. ihc North I Ica'e inform his friends and ihepublic the lands of
SAML'EL H. DUVAL, Mar,!'ial, L. CAHLTON, begs GEO. MILLER Capt. Lester and Mljor,

; mach)' '27, 1O5; By WM. WAUE! O. M Florida. ITIerclinnt Tailor. that all orders for repairs &c,IIha It be punc Refer to- JOHN ROWLES. 250 acre cleared and under good _
II I1wre
--- _--. 7 II J, i rnclicM .. 51.. Supcri .rOmris r of the \' tt 70ULU respect fully inform the citizen of lually and ne-uly executed. Messrs. Bellon & Fisher, Tallahassee ; on the premises a dwelling Home", ia
Mal'8tlal' Salc. -r" .Vuld'-j: and Dii-tnct- Saddlery Work Done. Dow .' Barrio Stables Gin Dtcro .
Apnlachico'a 1 Flo. I'of Tallahassee and its vicinity that he has Berry & Hug. houscScrei, and ahlaicp,

; | Y >'irttii of lu.III.. m' fun rU"I"! ", Mipd jilt and in tin Court of Ap! NBusiness returned from New York with a fresh supply of E. CLAnK Po.t Leon, Feb. I, 1840 31 ry building! Any person wishing to

-j out 4if .hr Supt'nor C.ur nf I hc Middlt f ('ntrii'ifd to i ilii-ir ( arc \\ ill meet wit!" ClothCasiimrrcs and 'r..llll"nf the newest T.t.lltall"rc; May ., 133. 19f! I can examine the Lands and by "!hi pureha.t'
l..- r n. for \\hi'b Biki-r .1.InhnMiCo ;pr tillS alli'il'i'-n. Gill. 12 ------------ ------- Valuable lands ior Sale. J. I.. \Ickcrllwho
L""n ,
C.II".I __: Mylc and Ihe finest fabrie. which he pledges lotlioht r HM1E highejl; l'rcmiull1will be paid for Notes o |Ibruther "III show th. foL"

: Surincl Oi.iioriii; *, aiij S. J Baker art* plain- I.av--Xolict*. -- that call on bun to have mada up in thenewest |: JlL iho Bank State Georgia or Augusta Florif I fB'IIE subscriber having a greater quantity of'Iliac j land anil is aulhorued to contract for lit.,.:
; N.I lianir] \\' Ht-n H.U'a kir _H_ land than is desirable! fur I.is cultivation Tcrir.s aid
lif" 'le \\'nllH. y fj"liion. To plc.tsu the : fcnd fastidious Ida own r j o.ic Ivioyparn.
piv Life and Tiu I
Noilii
t anti South
ri' ii IE: Co-partner-np! hitherto c\i. lrlw"11 Company,
'. :, H H. \V'dker! tV CM. ) injr I I j (alFcrs for ale three valuable !
: II.I'\ the isenber has cniploxed R It. Pilgrim who parsttu.ns: fine.';!jl!- JMESJ.y1Cj
li jl \ \l. I'. DUVAL ulldfI.. |i.| BROCK- ( an.. himia Banks, fir drafts on Northern Cities I in.
Icvifrf UI..o.I.llal' M.1 ullul.l..tuclioii.on Monday I. : : \\il! give his undivided al'.eliui: to the Culling I immediate .implication :_ mt'ip I1 atc d on Black Creek, about thirteen mil.- .a It Thomasviili! Aug. 15. 1839. if
-SnnOUGII.laas been this da diasol\ed )
liv
the clay o1 April l'xl. urH leg.a'I lionrsn ) owD eiatiriset.i.'ahl.itisstoi'. from Tallahassee, tontuini.) thirteen hundred
BERRY
.. tual & DOW LJNGor
> enid day, Itt frf culti\a-; DISSOLUTION.HE .

the fullonuiij ,property : N<'2r'i.-- : \\ill CHilnuietnres -- .. lion. the refic'ue' mostly rich hammock land with: \ CoparlneAhip herttofore tiMltt ifc

Cuff, ('harli'8, TrciiinMh. J..' viCar <-r and T nn.Levied de \I.Il.ldllf'ol and practuoin. the .\ 1'0 laI I iii RK \l AN ABERNATHY & HAN '.\. nil ll.-R nccrssiry farm hou p.s and oIJIJuddintI ._ the firm ofVaddel l. Randolph f & fj,,l .
t-li.coJj! I liisl ai.d I Ihe ANTED the ;
n'l. of, \\\'T ol of Patrick
County Leon and; theCourt a man by name tins. dissolved! '
i tin* nfaid tli frtidnnis i the div mutual
upon an piopurty COniuiission merchantsAtw cr<>( Hrdiscd upon Ihs: plantation have hot been 1 by consent.
p end to be sold! to sad laSAMUEL of Appeal rl'!ii hi ny, ai.d: iji Jctlerbon: and V Brow, tl.al stand ;about G frit red hair, !
"olirv \rl2.accor.ll: to .\\ Orleans. mrpa-'srd by aTiy in the country. A'loihrr, about, W. \V. WADDJL
fi.uivdcn! I'Keciallv) aboiU left
j1 "'i"piued.: the aje .f:6: yea g. who New York in
II. DUVAL. Martial: the rli.l '. -
s-une &mt' noitheast from T.t: ilii< .. J-ILRA.NDOLTM
.i
-'I'i lIlpas..e. 'ill. 2OLh.ij3. >epienil>er 1.J7 t for Tampa 1'ay, fat: F.Ion'.I.llI'lilat Refer to R. K. Ca.!, and Henry Bond.
march 28, 1P4Q 3 By \) H. \ nt:. l I't I 17 1 IS.J'J.;; I :c.ritaining about ?UU acres, of rich oak and hicko B. c. LE\\13.
Jnn. eitfIVATIIA.VS
I from, it N..t
I' lie.it u.iin crusher I 18.5! in I T,1111-8I1H \uJnlt
land ; u if. CO or 70 ::0 13y I8-J9.
tyP IVotico.TM1 I ry acres : cuttuu n ; nnfi
LEON COUNTY CUUIlT.Thcrliul C alls uri county', Nc>t Fi"rlll.Ihrmo1| this meetthe I The bnnnfsd ,
will l
HE Plat Township TwoRanprFhrNorl HOTEL. nnoiher in Hamilton I cr unty about l>'n mil.- Iri,:ill t continued by the 111_

; j : : ezeu. t rAx-uinpr.1' rIrf'J: $100G -u'and Kant: v.a.! furni<.|i<'d '" isis) OJ tee on the e\e! of a fly one nrfjll.hlcd"th hti.i, they Y ill I I III E s.itln.cnuler laktrs the liberty of informinus :- ;i 'l.c Sij u allure Sprinifn ronl.iinnur .ili./nt 2U1JO,t .t-r.. ind- ll.* firm of t.'alldull'lI t ..'
eonftr \ fivor his rI' .
; John I U ,1.lh, J Alt.climi. 'nt, $ lj Ih inst. R. J. II (t'KLEY R -i>ti-r. \\llc..Iull.l an ev Lifting! on. } ilreonlrnli lcrM I ; fritud-t and ll P J pjblic! generally that he !1.tf'.11 small! p-rt III nl'ivati"n. willi .4 nit l.u) <.> \ ill >.c.:.e the afFans of tin-.>nmr p.ln..ltbIJl.

1.1I1I"'II..Od' 1611.11I4EG.L 11"\\11,011.1 family by aitiIreutcimsz : leas pur<*liaM-d flue' H/III-e' lately kn.iwn a. tl. i I &.! his, IJIK! iof MI{,i'nor qii.i.t y for Its < uiturf i. j. ii. RANDOLPH
fM NIlE ovlendant and all others inUTI FLt "tlD..101 SE, quillc' whiihundpr hiftipenntendumn i <> p. .. ijri'l i c-itt II. :\IS.
JL hereby nolifji-d of the institution: of tht* 1 107. Cherry 'Ilre'eI.cw, Yor.:., rllul.lJil.:
1.1'\1 :. ('I'ICI -lalinj l' .
has ulldNlc.nf lliortnij-li n-p.iii- j A I-u a tract 400 a' rs, nt i I- n,itnri! rid..
dfbcrtbed suit, hy attaclmirt.t. and arts nqii.rril: tocoitto I TI.ulOaolultzl.1: and Ualkrr Anderson ALlot P.7 ItfTo iid bids. I ho tne JSt. .. r AOTICE.
-- ----- : in IH now ready lo receive and enic : n'i Atark- atioiit I 11 I liii! huuiii1: ": f :,_ !r.
'UI SlIfs'rar.r ,
furivard and the I'eclura'inu ti4! d.J lu received
1lca.llu iii'yK ul Law.il! I'r"IIIIII rnpirti cr-l ip[ in li. George iitelieil, lam, to the bi-ct of hw ability, ali who may fai.c.; ;, t lihape ; hJlfof lhi trtcl. .1 rt.'h atii' >itl ..| TI. 'l..r sal.low fur just loJ tIm
:COTT, Sup' ri'ir Courts ft l' the ( ''"nlll'N nf f"8&t.. Gcnllcmru't tilt VtAml
\ If.ff'r""II. I. luri wIth thin .
formerly of Motcombc, in the County of pilr'innire.To i upon U ti rr.' lal: > I fin.' en m u H. Bitvtu z.rt-ali r
Dy 21 20 iLu-'i Fur HJU
At'yIirl'i'it Oil. (;.i ddem, Fr.'im ku. "alliunn I nnri I Gentleinen'i ui
Jnekon tli'ist! who k.hlln. h" derm-
amin waiter :h.nltll\ .\11'01l'I..coI./ .
I
|
unnppemcry in
his ; pov.i ;
kin.
--- of Dorset England, or to nej t of I, i y's C.sp.4. TrueHiITrullk,, do. 84vTxsiI
::4.ti Strayed or Stolon Ilir.oiirl Appi'iilo at I 1..11lhllr..c..I.'tI. '.*. to make pio.ntsfs' it ilh regard lo the manner i iwhich : TII-i 'lill..I. will ne ii .hl al lui4't.ratt! 1iriets: an.! ; Vali
.,. "'IICE: i- lii-wiy given, ti.ai if the cal I i | 'n- eses, .in i a g.J as'iorLlnasuL :
of'ftiiiiiss C.BlhsCu
rc S.i.isrnher. a .ni L.I Cl'.KAM I I "" ; B iltn-ll. A' I..chil'lIlt. I. .., I ll.C Hou-tf xtillbe kept. To ull others I h.; re.ihonilile edil. and U' desr.tb ,.. th porcbasertan :
(; Ti.otn.is and Ann I inert at 1 I J
:FROVI 0'd ., lilr. to".r'lIlkl'r ::r. Mil.-hcll 1-011 ('t : ; ro aI". .11 1 o -'Ijllii'i _
: < Anders'in, T&ec. h has l', ; c..l: and jud for lnk
HO -ST.:, niaiktd inane, :l stdit-U. of Motroinbe a1.in-said I only sty ; you/solvev, arfax I hiivi U. :tuck upon a |part .f llicpurrhasi :
1..lt'Co Jinr,. i!:n ifI'rosh is now living, 01biNii CAELTOX
"jr has: IIIH i.sicy iI:1.,: .\ lii..r I ri-warii wi.l; I bv -. I death vhonld! have. loll any personal I reprevsnla I you find him, toO speak ol h 1/11. I >. II W B.IADEN. '1'Jhltia.e. 'i1T. 2l f, 13.D.

Pf'l'IiI; tin-, r turn if ti's' xunc ( :tr lf 11 Seeds.If .c- m America, l.e or II.py may; hear of surneUiinif ISAAC NATHANS. Dec & 21" '

; ._f.f" > -7 --: 2. f; IO.: ()1' 'm I; LI.V.MAK U-T r ("l\cl I, a r',1I1 l I <-f G I iji' or llirir adva! u.tae. by jpp'yin! *; either: O.uinrv.ApriI3-tf I l\En' Boot manufactory.

P. Co'nuf. fo: i301"0 % e'\\'-Oal.- -- (!1.j1 ..I'ralllql..f l the cr"\\'tb .i' i I8J-*. F
; I.\G & I ; I If : g B.\H.\ARU.Jr. '1lIc.l..Ihill l Hire* nn,iilb! fro n llie date lirieuf.Sliond : -'P.u TON SEED': ; l for ull' by I i per ship any work in leill Line, alfjir price. and .
<\OI, Ii "T :"abi S..".. !.3tii /). ,. I i.W.M :: : Drtstist JOSEPH 1> :! _H_ i Sirsrig.| ju-l arrived from Liverpool, a spU.nlu rr.be
: QHV I hi* nS c to hriid a ( 'IIIf-C'Hlu of 0\\LIN. employed a no r of Ihe best workinrtfns
person
I
!tllh.1:. :' ; ,: Xew"I" -- __ .__ __ 1 !! 311..rtIllC..l..r Mi;>crfiie: broad totlii, cniisjsiin"1;
.h, Il -- 5 I''I... said. Gi-nryf Mittln! ]L'a: dralh. a niodpr'lo remu- "Thp Okra Co'ton or, a< it ill mo't prop.-rl L | eolors! the city of New York giving them the hi.<
Iain1 I. .J 1 Ihe
I I. ;' i01 >; following :
( 1 I. I t '. ;I CARINIMthING.: | called Twin <'',ilui. is to suprrstdp'all and determined artJdaJ
GI' icIy
rt t rat on iviU lie ). The saiil Mitcbell l if j other wages supply a good
i pun
ih
o ('t in"-S" I t ci i d! .. Iii"l .. TDI.' : rui.-. rbtr t Inn k Tii! Hue; back wool dvr.J! !, '
: ,! h ( t I MI":. ir ol.in 4.J.ar..f aj;". lie mijjr.tt'' d || Cotton here. It is afre'la'iied lt> be a moie lurdy aif Skin and Morocco. lie trusts tu rcwmtb
: p I!ic i v\h v pi 'I.I 'ic'lr: is L s, \ _H_ t f f.i\'nir Black d.,. do.Invifl'ile .
d c.. r rl..1 Rc-j.cf- Ti alum 15 ,' unri tbn li. I p ai>i, ami, huviiijr II loiter tap r"ol. it ( patronage of those who consider the
.\ : >'i) England : .v ars .nc: t 'earndrt eaeos &-
_
r. __._4. _.__ ._ ____ I I.i I Hit'iiriiiN. She green
** 4 1 \ ril'Zrn '"tTiiMahtrev ,
I.' -- -_ I __. _._ :_. _-._.;. und\ I letter roil ivrd t'roni him was Uaiid ul N 'w York I I j I "/lit ellor. IU kin!pie IH finir than the IVlit J I Sea irc"n.OolhL01.lighl, merit of the southern manufacture. Aeptn(
p;: I'.r.itl.. : L.t. CJ C.t'. ., :::: .. trinity that '.n ii: <> J5lh of J ne I iSlG. in wlmh l. Uer IIP 1'3. (Julf Cotton, and liSt 1$ a great drMderatum, it broRn done neatly and promptly
L. le f. I ,J JnT I i.e c.i.I 111 Hex ,.1. uirvrial C. II A. 4' .1.; ... |iri' <:*'. an intfiition of (ro'iitj '" boVts!l Florida more than my !un known; FREDERICK F1LK.
$ t
Adelaide.
.Iu.n' y. I I j'1 : C.Inn'i 5 Mukniir bn-Itll-HH i i'tjal IIII thai ix, a pound of tbi- Cotton the Sed Pee
Stairto in 21
jil. -'ur., Jl. 4 tl.. fro. H j2Z-t. or lo HIP Wen -rn M-tile. will I nice and 20m6
S JV i..4 : .iH its mil'ly at Hindi I ctntnlif ':11.-d tins |OMi of() l39.! 5ha'lcs.bliryin } "ro.du' e more clean Cotton und Itsa Seed lhan indigo blue.
I
,2 111! ll 4.I .. j\ii, {P i1 day i lobi-r. .at iny Which he orjor
<14 I III "- :I".II Kilmbls willlr1ak.up u to iu tc! betlandisi
Cuuuu Notice.TilE
HitOkitc| ; l i the Counts, of I I'HIM' lindHANNl kiit wn.T' Nov 23 .
I Lmuil
; 1T4-- '
.;. J Jly ., :r.", I i :. 1J I.- C--I. \V\.in., -lor.v.hcn, I h laL/T !1'\ AH U I ITEK. Solictlnr
;. .cit'. I! Jo"epi F. C. ..' ull.' on :Superior Court. purchased exprekfcly fur this market, willLc
; : 1111 Iih 'pv !I"% re \"' r"r* ""> his fiifi-J, and'the g they STEWART 4BARNARD, k*
Ui'a'F Any fnrlhiT lil'nr ;iti"iian bu obtained of Ja?.
.. .. vn/n' :c ''.:nt-tdlU: -.I..r, :* Hnrcau'x a liii l Iii' ri 55. B. Gainlil" & Ci>, Talllh.I.I'. l 2 itt -I !I ot'tarah Harley ,J! Spring Term 134 0t fuui.d t as good as any of Britain's bt-asti-d lustre ih.ssolved by the d-ath of the srniai ptr.set *

t Inieti)" 4'I I IV d.r.t.t'i.! Ph < fO in u f.-hl"It.tl.le, 1111/1 i I vs. i Attainment $ 5JoS.. DENNIS: -J-HEA !pTs' indepted M t.'ie: firnr. a-e request: nb

: ', M.:.Ma'ilil lit .ila.r. ...1 on r.-..tila -le! termand J 15. BULL A .0. llav.- jut ie.-ciMd W. E. Willcy. C Damages) $1000.rpnilK :'0.I, L'er.y's Row. u imlnc dalc: seltlemrlt, and all having da u liD

..4 4. !'I I J.v I. |II -h l)) .I iriil alien l .
'II cl n < .." a lil!,eril: j klure tjiUi"l pifr.naa0 .f the I e raus. rI much 'jl llhl 10011 I,'-Ii mt'ifli I. s1 li.f blue, Jl e.l are hereby foIl 1Ci of 1 h.> insiiiniion o* E. BERNARD.. Surviving Ptrtsa.
.: ". Il'u.I.! Int'U, blown, ni xc'l ii itti f.m lucy Cl iih",Ca<.<>iiiicirslIV the above suit. and are requested i-j appear and AMES I B.G \MBLE and hh brother :GRATJf : TaFahassee! July: 14, 18:19.: 4Jif

.. :. t'. tin Jiwliu h would be pt.I'Cct! lo makeup plead lo the d duration I AN GAMBLE havp this day ouarcJ J on HLCSS.y. ;st they tilt! d ill said rs"".
.. : .. f business at Iho old stand GAMBLE & REID under!' U'atchcs, Jewelry Silver.WareAf.D
for ha\ b
h.'iiusto'i.f sol'cled ,
:s. 'lYey mp en JOHN .
B. All kind IIf furii'luf" airti r P. DUVAL
; ; on rt.on.II
; iej' ,
.- ....-. 1.1.) l 1. .inl .\irri an }iee.. !' J t ttf lit.. with; great i-are fr"mlhe! 1 11..1 \c'w Yoik J Impur.tJtion I J.1'_ 301h. 18-:0. Allnrrejr for PlamtiiT. Ihe namo and style of JASIES B. GiMBit &. Co. AUSTIN.J/,4Ca

*A""rli-H. I|11'| ,1.1"0.! -ters, 1'a'I..II.to.' ,.e '- r-jil. 7lh.i I iSTl: -IfF :., c,.ron-: S haw rcm.Te and \\ bestowed Ibo Lite firm.JAMES I .
1'1.1' it.pijI C-itM.ji, KE.1PY lID 'LOTIILG.3I1perli age on IIlnrf" occupied V

Pi-ppi-r S ut, fir.. ii B... tt.i; llc."I CHIN & fiL.I-S WAitE ::.- ba! k, bue unl.-.Jney colored diab coats, I h received u-sortment by the of latir PRY nrnvaK GOODS a new GKOCEItlES. and B. GAMBLE, I E \' ; Wm II Wy.it,Jt Co., .t

4 \huII.I... ) 4"101. :iird,. RENrll .hi-mTe, .\ ant 1 Dinner it", Wine Fri- k> do.Sui I I HARDWARE:, 11.\'r-. fc<-.; which, J. GECATTA GAMBLE.Jan a.: 41. : Ihry are now opening MI

SnutT. IJfpaiiaWmiir I"", &... 1..1.V.IJ.FJtr.IS.. I | lime blue, black: brown, drab, and mixed will sell low, for cash or approved credit. we 4, 1840 "2 ; of< ,J 'i. tiful as'ortincnt of artxlns

: jSp rm' Oil, Cantller" Snap, Talla'' a* Jan l"-', lf.3fl 23tf Ovei-tdiis. Piloluth, do. BeaVer do Mohair ii o. Feb. H. GO \IA'i A. II \LL. W, their' line, such ssGold.

Lind"et.c Oil. SpiiitHof 'i'tipcntiur B.ankot du. THE Subscriber having taken out Letters of Lever Anchor fJb-
\ lute I em. Glass, 'ro Planters. -IIU.LL'S------: : on the Estate of Thom (
Fine, l-la'-k an.! c us. Pants, F.lncy colottd ilo.Bu Bp dcr and Vire\Vatchcu; ; RiDg as DiamondVyx
Irl.1 V lurk 3. .Kiipt-riur old Rye do. IRON S"RE: Vd r .-ived oy Ihe Stliooner ksl\in i'l.nd Rinbeit' lo. Sinnjeied| ;: Dot'skin doCn'm"l1 Vegetable Pulmonary Ba'lsnm, Bennett reised, requests all indebted to link 1 Ruby Gamut''.
Ii.... ........ f- 4..., |" II jnkev, from Bulli.nuri, are ...* rcolcJy fJis-( do ot| all colors, tine 1uc.: mixed, The reputation% c.f w Illd., hits income cMuMi-.hed 1 a' payment and that all those having claims IIgains"ald : Cameo ; Enamelled painting. &eG*.'

Terms Cash. No. dn m fuiuro will! be'.vered i 'i UtJi*" ry ..n me pdyniMilul Ui.' .-.... Apply tuJ.inrtfa an.I, Kin \-'II'eltd": I the innsl sale and clBcaciOits remedy Estate will presonl them immediately. Filligrvc Work Ear Ri.
$ lit lor,-circunik' auceH lively L f 1 It BETTON.nice. 1{(.'u. J. nnsd eVer diM-overed for HENRY BO"N!
I'ale po.M ky "Ufh as Tell Set*.Table! and Desert F,ris; dp sCups \
orbid. I)o'.be' ,'n'I I single brt-a-trcl Cl! .ti! ve''s, .:11'er. Influenzi CoughsCol..'". A.'hm:, 'Whoopinp Tallahassee.: 2d. 1340 2r2 Silver Pitted Candle Stir k Cake Bu ISCaslors

D..2.1fl3 __ FOR :,11/ 30 1'1;" \-,, bflClurlctt'tti RICE at fine, '1.1 1.-I ",il""{ Vehft .lo. PI.nn t-t.irk: m.d blue Satin Conyh. frpillin' of Cloud' and all atlcctionn/ of Tea Sets, Coffcu Uins. acd tpoom; Cc-

t Mrayed, \ '. or P,rl Lion, ""VHuLT . Kinp fi tired ul&,. f.iPV figure I '!o.Cu'r.rf the Lins. Law Pnrtlle.'Ship.JQHPII Jery Guns and Pistols! Canes, Astriil lptJ

. FROM T.ll ha"'eu. on thl 191H in-tn.t, with & .M LLF.R.R. Vicntiii.' ol Hip.-ii.i .[.iinl.iv: Foncv tiN ,pri-sciiling ibis ii.ooful! remedy to lisa public i : : McCANTS. BARTON C. POPE lie Clocks, Fancy Goods, &e.

'i r. a iaOltUEL MARE.. b.mt 15 1.IUd. J'l,I do .
- l.sgli: two hind //eel and 011 foie Itnl"hue, st ir nith Ef4'410'r'S con.CIUI foio.f.ii' .. V' .cl -*-' 1.1'.cur.l cj.-'p'! ri i \\ .." lI.! .- r. i ipe was eoiifi3ntia'Iy. !' "hlolilled. lo ) in practice of Law. They will a t. public lo call and examine.

.fare and while on tlio hoMe; lon.tldcr. fat and D El.LI'JT'h: rL.4JsTr.it: iuo! n"--,! wnhunc' jua' i j .id :.!!. -t styie' rt s I Voi.! 't Jo. ktiii-U I f .t. I I.. u"i-ii it hinisc.f, and in hi* exlenSIVP tens"! to b.ifincss in the counties of Gadsdcn, Leon Nice watch repairing onaiy! aitcntW-1

fair Ulie u nuppOHcd to have I'onn 10Vudlie I I inmori success : And Wit'.l'v'r It ih.ls A supt-i r qu'lrv. oi Li
Oclocko'iy.' A .unable row a. d will gl\1 to been introduced, has fill|'t'r'< did the use ol' other Thibet hd I Di'iiiulc Cloaks. II'I IIII ; '!'III' ii-ij'i.y roinbinati of ivjjctable And in the counties of Thomas and Decatur of __ __ __ __ __ _

: '. any Ierfnho return nit laO to my boo .e. ruinedicb for the muse of Ooi i"-. Chi .lr us Ortnin Ja'k-isand I'unts. I -u"-lalll"O.! ; itt w'lclc' : il i ill entirely composed, Gc-orwU. Letters directed to Barlon C. p -'e, Lauds for Sale.

fr pr I..TalUliaKKeo.FihM l A few application* all e fiitirlv remove the lar g. Menu Cravutblark: Italian bilk de, superfine anti peculiarly'" ud.iptod dictate ot the Lungs Mouticello or J. McCants or Richard R. StosiTdllahassee UflSUAN1' the .Achicola

Otf .LIJA1I JOHNSON. JH. est C'ins, ami PTtiL Sit lurt h'r ,.,i'l.' \\ illctl di>. : Livr and Monuili.Tots will be promptly attended lo. They I to previous noiirr ate *

:_ Price 50 cents per b i\f uifli .Jircriions ror use. L min and s-lk Pock t llamlkprcliirf-. nirdiLinu! bus been used very extensively! \\ ill attend to business in the county and superior the Land Company now oflVr LeooCw1.fur **
LOST Fur .- ale in entry following Pine Land in
Tali.iliusr. in lie Dms 't..r/r Colon .mil woolen whirls and \1rawus. Cloth d Ii). und the prttprielor has not known a single ms-lanco courU arid ihecoorl of Appeal In T,
I fl B.V the MonlicHlo ro?&J. within 10 inili" ot thin R \ Town 2 South-Rang* 1 East, sections
JJOJ.I'l1 & LEWIS.41t. BoysUoCniidr.. nsdo.Oak'nndi in fl bids it bus failed in BARTON
black Gold Headed M 18h giving relief in diseases C. POPE. Officest Monticcllo. 18, 19,23, 25 26 34. 35 36 frictions **
ciiy. a ( a11c. A .u.laLU vI'RING: IR3 Plu\.tdd/t| | j it made fir uhicb in -and
Boots. it
superfine recommended McCANTS fc R. R. STONE
rtrwrd will bt iht ; wen incases appronchin Tallahassee. in sections 5. 6. 8 9 JO and W.In .
given "rii.dcr on Ka\jnL' it.at I thixgfic Negro rlollnn;; 111'( dcsciiplionb.. : to 18 26 14, 15. 17 .
'. Fur Sale. consumption, attended with bleeding jan Town 3 South Eul-secIIO U.*
Kbjfi.L Uit-'kley's.upeifine Plu.'ailelphia! made (.. hi. o.I II"e and range I
I.UllgF.
is i- where had
all I
other
_LO.I e S B\lafY.: Mj.ta'.Ie. : for xn' l. Petit able Fur Hats. failed, the remedies 5, 8, 1 11.12. 13, 14,15, 22, 23, 24, and frwtiwa-1
tUPlllOI Jt.-- most decided a.J NEW GOODS.
Golf llatterjng
( Cotton iteJ of the success 'has and 10.
,
L Thomas OlaH. ) Past year :tfli Ill Ire Mens fine silk, wo-ilcn, Monno; and Cotton IIo-: attended it. use. Common cold w'
1 JOiN P .RKUILI4. I which are g(I ne r nil E undersigned have received by recent ar- "Town 2 South, range 2 East-OlllJO
f. > Atlad.mrnt fO $:i0; De" 21. SOT'ni biery.Broad Cloths. Cassinicrcs rally Iho ctfuct of obstructed perspiration will rivais, aud opened at their stores Nos. J & 2 31, and fractions of 19, 29 kud 32.
Wii.m.\'Ki.rack. ) Satinctti, and Vestneanfull yield to its influence in a few hours when Berry's Row. .1.
: used in a general and well assorted stock & In Town 3 South, 2 East tscctuMJIand

Rtllallt. to Spring Term 1839.TiE '! bU'IItCIIIbCI' I ,Wi' JIO" I/J u-(11 v'iuaWo dcitfription 17-tf., I Aslhma! ., Hoarseness, Wheezing and shortness of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting in part of fractions of 5, 8, 18 range and 29.

d.I .dullald all ether* interested, arc I \( !.-> Of LAND near"r-1. rosidenco N 'ricE. breath, gives immediate relief' procuring tranquil Bagging and Bale Rope, In Town 1 South 1 West-seettoMSI .

..4 ; y n..'.i.fied ol'llio i>wti II.u of u id suit I'...nters decirous Id retain ih.-ir capitsl ill labor 1't\fR. Charles C. hail and Mr. Tho&, J. Perkins rest and ..IerIn whooping cough, it is without LinscyV and Kersey', 32;33, 34 and fractions range ofl, 20 27,!:

_& reld T! J the drilaiation r J --ril-d- a.HKTCHI_ -, .4, ,. ...... ..tu.! H.oanbo n'c'JfllfIl.d.alJ. with m.>s H.itirafir.r ....1 ,.-.. .1.. .,.my...authorized,. agents during my absence a rival. It operates by gentle expectoration, and French Wbitner, Duff! and twilled Blankets -- 36. .
1 aceorJmf "CMn-lll UAAfBLE.Vf.auife.Jtnlrson .01' W\f r GOR\fAN mny bo fiven In inf nnl. willi._ ,norf"d. anlV l. The WesIlI'
--- n --- whole 1
4_ law. J. D. WESTCOTT. \ : DOC2I2O ---OJ' Town 2 South, range
Fla., 28th Nov. 18$9.LL $ rUrsdiuUy n.\tf1''LI'1I Be 1.CWIS.
Lowell
Feb4tlij$3028i., u'y of raff.Utaihincjt : I'or jan23 26 No. I 4 Oznaburg. cept sections ZS.26.35 and 36.
ale.
.---H & ______ Heavy Uusset Brogans, At 81.J3 to $I.5O acre current &iI1a.r1it
crioni
|' rlainis in
L having agaiiiit the Stb..srnber A QUARTER per
G" : SECTION of first Rich
rate Land Brussels
and
8lr.eror CO..I. NOTI CL'. Scotch
.
.
Carpels
' U will pleasti ,prit-L-nl thfin .tiL situated two *nici! Territory.These
rry Ind JU'tfh for immediately north-west ofTallahan&ve. Brussels
for my absence from Florida Barton C. Wilton and Tafted Lands r
settlement! DURING Rugs, offer for pa5tUNhh1cultivation
Dowtinx. tradmif & a* lie will remain short advantages
: .c as 1159. 94.-iu ax.F ; a lime ill Apply to Alunliccllo is Fashionable brass
Tallnhu.ce my agent and allor1o Fenders, aud and
Berry & DowlinWJHiini /, or the "purpose flf teilim[ lint tlllolUe.l. a.,. HACKLEY. Carved superior Timber.
'IIPIII-IIU.d 1I0y. JOHN And.lrdns.
t Jail oS 22 F. TUCKER. Cash will bo for wand
""' ,-l 1. 15, 1840. Rv. __:! J. J. 1JIIWI July 2 1 39.J'IN''S. jan 26 Mahogany & Gilt-framed payment required
I E. turn Mantel Glasses, smaller fractions of sections. All! PUI

i Wil y. Ttnn.THE \lc to nestRohirtll. Executor's Notice. OILS, &C. ror Sale Feathers, Matrasses and Bedsteads, over these may be made on the usualterm*
AI'r I.J4 25OO lbs While lead ii oil, in kegs <.** 100 hIts With a general assortment of choice *
'uiiiindebted' Eben-ztr tlJorpo Groceries Company; that i., l-4tbincaihsnd I.tiB
dt/cnda:!! mid all ol'Prs: ;Intrre-lnl. lo Fo'somr! of uiid 25 lbs each ONE Sulky Wa.m.llIoolie Hardwao and
/ft. -Linxccd oil Cutlery and for
: 8t : J"f'r..oll} County, deceased SpU. Turpentine, Horse do do Staple Fancy Dry payment of the other 3-4lhs. >.
wiih
notified' "fill" inclitiilion of kutlby lire hereby re. Urui-l.cn &', and Window Glass harness, tu Goods, fine Boots and !"
lid quired lo iimU i'IIII"'llle] ., ,Iht, of various biz-'s. omrlt'te. Shoes Hats and Caps Lands in Gadsden and Lo,suitabl)*exda
aymcilt' ? Sis h5tj WM.H.
1 -.hlient. .in"tthcy aro required to t.rr, and fill For hale by 'JlANCES rockery and Glass Ware Pickles Jol.I for cultivation usual! *
and 8le1 persons whom .llu lId, dt'c'c8llcd in c NuSIII.183g I lies Catsups, will also He sold as ? L
picwd dvclaration Jam
to fi'W in raid &c.
RANDOLPH & LEWIS. ,Syrups cation '
tlf In
mdcblt-d. -- to John Carnoehan
any way ----- Eq. at fht
I p..rd' ,r to statues in *u<.''i *a.e Ind" and proyio'rd deinand. wilb,,, Ihe| tm, rtqoestcd,: ,'rw.rbed t,, present law their Aprils 1839 33tf Hay's Liniment---- All of which they offer on accommodating terms the Subscriber; and settlers, will be preftf *V l

CH \8. S. SIBLEV, William by to and at their usual l\v prices. *"
fe 22 30 3m Budd, J.:1Hiuiru, Mont.c. !llo.1IAUDYMOORE.. CO-PARTIVJBIIS1IIP. & CERTAIN CURE for the purchase ef their settlements; provided tae/

Attorney for 1>1..illf.: S 'IIIE Subscribers i\e nieied into partnership I. in- complaint, established following in iililrrsll XTJAJIES E. BROOMR & Co. their arrangements within a suitable tiM
New
nnti/.. .II"... .f..m..r. J It nIT' I Y orki and Tallahsssee, Nov. 9, 1839. 5tf Former uinrrhc.rs frnm the CuUlDaUT _
.. p nr '
Twenty Qualified .. used in _. _
Dolnr ICcuard. Executor. -- -- .u Q''v. our .itrinrn.nl. Un.in. ;...| ,.nj. i. .. : ___.
STOLLN from on lii-l7th! '.f:the! Monttce'lo' 22d Fub. 1840-30 8W wiM I carry on the busirrss of MEIWUANT'TAI. Medical n'ell.- with-- -the---gr'oatesi- -poussibfoauccc/ '''" Leather Lime in arrears wtlh their payment, are resr- .
.. and
Hair.
: instant, -a SMALL M U-E COL!. '- '-- LOIN both in Ibis | lace and the city of New (externally) in the following compiainls. 1nIlE Subscribers have hand quested to settle w.tii the Subscriber orCarnoehan

: OURED HORSE MULE about five yearn old. Co.ar.uertthll York. Artungenieiitik have been made for a con- For the Piles I 'U'compele I '! ass)'tnient ofLl'A constantly: T H on a during the
r HE .ub.crih.r" Tigliln in the tR. season.i.aBRO"
11I1"e iblu und full -s chest sUittbe
Tb .uid Mule taken day entered inloparlncrkl.ii stunt !siipply of Cloths ( .
Cussimeies Vestn for Gin Bands ,
"a. by a nc ro fellow For //.trne
r who calls himself William uf, nrd his as genoal! commission and furiirdin' *, etc. and a lar;e a&surtniunt of Ready Made Tender oIlO"pJlY, r especially in childron. Shoes. &c. Also, C.irri.ige Tops Boo s anti Agent Apalachic.ta Land C01Pl
I says nun.Ur "" ? merthnnts' under the f lolhiiif', and Feet Foul Ulcer of the !legs A con&taNt supply of lIME, and Office at Mr. .
tlylo of :, thy art now E. Barnard's Tallahassee.jan4
lives 'in Bullock; lm'N..ugl1t piepnred to accotnmoilutc ( ,
County Georgia; carries with & Onnond. their i'oru: threat by Cancers or other HAIK or Plasi>'r; : .1111! !! c.f which, they oT!
I WM. cnsiomcis: and the fungus "<>re 'r 9i .
liiai ibr twelre Mc-NAUGHT public, in article > f -4-
toOnths low
E rrasb
to h.ru any
p.s himsi-If aW called for in tin or ulcers I however oUtinuts or in exrh.ingn for hide% at their Tan
JAMES ORMOND" irlmo. One
i-: *too rr; indssrsjia of iho partners.! Mr. or \ aid at f
a and BROUN Ttrnu.fy Florida
wagon team 81 l '! CroupVhooping, &GALURAIT1I. > .
his lirall': Port L>on, Jan 20. 1C4Q 26 Wai'e residing in New York, will cini!!Ie tlnni long slaudini'. Tallahassee O*
lie to
own, which a ; the aid fellow has I execute all ordeik \ Couh, Fresh Wounds, An- H.H Ntf L' 'ii County, f S. 5. Justices
and
- ; K.rowcr one of fus havo fJostcnhofcr & promptly on the mod rca F. Towle
eyc< appears lo been (-ui, Davie,, sonable There
. terms. J. U. BULL aro many thousand cerliticatcs of tj.e Ji.t.eph F.' '. harley LBPII
1il a knife, and's.riolhor bt-lWeen his thuiub COITIMISSIOJS JUJBRCIIA1VT8iNEW most end Superior Court r. iamages54OI'
al. ill UEI\RY WADE roapdclablo authentic character, many ol v. I S 'IVrni ;
filler. rot with a knife; wh.c'i hand Tallabn pnnjr 1840. 1 E. Wiley
-ot 01J "eN" which }
E..1NtI. be
17.1R38. may examined where thn W E.
15 article in sold!
Willey. Atiacbment .
rei.lfIN. AIIJ t is
.DI' as an external
& receive the H|,OVA r.wtd, or ti-n 4tll. Measts, Button & Fi-her, GALLIGHAN'S VEGETABLE other compiainls enumerated application, and for many Da'inagvs f 1XJ.rB ( ) are hereby notified of the in.'titaiiakabove i1 ..

lars for either. .It is UJJovfd 'ho wil an kc. at Kerr & Kirk"ey, FEVER AND AGUE PILLS considered in the wrapper m HE defendant anal all other persons 'interest' suit, and are required to appear

Tb 1., "jnU'tt' tfa., or. N ;wnenile. | Florida 101 II.hl..eo. A.certain and JutiD' cure. forthi, diuAlc., For it his no equal remarkably l, and the etfoctive; but (or bound the Pilev : JL ed aro hereby notified of the institution of day of February, 1840._ at thE OCIHIIIird.

_ _. : :. JOHN ISLEH; 1\:.,sri oIJ'D'ua, W'ithcrby, 4--l6o''. Li/orpoo sale by refund in all cases whore agont it dl.not are now to ne above suit and are requested to appear and in th.ciIy TaUahUsear1Ia' .

"I' 2 8nt milli nit err lah!.,_. M arclj w, f'tf j 33 j. Tallthairw! Arrit RANDOLPH 14, 1818. k LEWIS.>' no L. 7 M. CeflIstee. k'Co. Proprietors.cure For, sale by ulefld to the declaration filed JOIIW in.laid P. DUVAI ca e. dsof their defence Fabrwry.S8 if aay. they have 1'oa.

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LEWIS. *
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FWRiDIAN.rrALLAIIASSEE I r Kfiitiuky, 11611 th\Committee! : lrn.ries ,hlt.J 1 1I s e-u la.gi! .:inU. \"h:1th nuw -ulluce 1 h..agltjiued I ; v.nli South Murula.! I IIi< wt--e 1 ubrccal ill \\K; J: 'ir.ief.. .1 i ,I'11: iluly may Jt- l lee l'cvl'k111 Gc u csti! cue-. Florida may,

> and its object i h, to organize Middle l i=? not a tithe of what is"'yet to-comf I of his own interests: induced) lu; rr and. The crisis is one: hint imperiously \'vitfi her three votes, turn. the scale. She

FLORIDA : a nd 1.(8 Florida as a Slate, an I to set off House of lirpresentatitcs, March 16. warm advocacy of the measure tlP.forc'the rc'quires frank snd open lan tMgc. If ne- nay sate the country. .
_____ _ _ I last Constitutional Convention held Deo in Hut apart from this consideration
---- ---- and South Florida into a new Territory. Mr. H*UN.MID prc.c led a petition against was in ssary,we shall not falter or hesitate using why
Saturday, April 4, 1810. Ve do not hesitate Hie admioion of Florida into the Union until sla- 4:emlcr, la38. .' it... ostponc, why delay her admission Why
11 ostihity' to express our decided ,very was abolished within her limits, and morcd While the Convention was about assembling The bill introduced by Mr. Pope, has l been S houltl she be divided! It is said there must ._
FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES. he objects of this bill ; and if we I its reference to tho Committee on the Territories. I Re was at Washington, and addressed fr arned in gros j ignorance of Ft'oriJaev.f'nf L ic two new Southern States. Be it so. Ad.

MAftTIN I VAN BUR EN. bfr persuaded toforegoour opnositi ( The SrEAnrntIctJed4yt fS ad olutionI letter to Colonel Joseph M. While, then atNew 01 the character of the country. It contains 'nit Florida under her Constitution already
oi I 3TM%_JiifcBrff d not Lc'cd. I
utified her citizens-admit her
r.cr ct de.uils Orleans from which we make the fol- St cvcral clauses reserving, with cautious r by united and .
l Ljcct to i '' State !.. individed, but insert in the act admission a .
has rrWHttablc ol cctions. hrascology to the
The len liflf our editorial ApTNtfrappca'cJ from the decision of tht I owing extracts : I Pq .sall-springi"
week 0 rs. To tru>fcnd of FlonV rteouflw should Ch' \'Vim ever hoard of ill-springs in this Tcr- t.rovision securing in tho strongest terms to
last a\d >n
the articles
I Ito
promised' -- otc for it. No Democrat sho' d support it ; Mr. DUU IID salt! that. in order not to obstruct 8..q q$ 3 q ,itory ? Such exposure of ignorance by the ::ast and South Florida the right to become a
n'lI1&t-Dh'jslon of the the i-rffecnlTLA. of pcfuion?, ho would, for the loimniltcc: on Territories, is i iuexcu :Lle.ilc .-- eparate: State when they may so decide. ,
State Go" t FeJcral %.k iVhiiMncaEarc-Xit isu "Wfrfrtv Wffdraw You Know I I 1':1\.0 !long had it at heart lo !et ,.
tins petition.! The Middle and West how
j care not
e..A..c JA--thC DkBai. > *- > i v C.' Hast: Honda Delegate should, in charity, from a re- strong
off into itself. I
ii'fa-bOl on mq : 1lr6s(! cfldslaana Qotil;; ,' So the petition was withdrawn. nut the Spcaking a Territory l.y nrd to their reputation: as intelligent men, ho reservation in their favor is made. They
ih h. \ dcnJcJ shall succeed, and intend TO MAK.F \ nriNEsa or "
i iT tial! the! remained
e % 9 ** \ P ;, of ihciSfch, and of the AJ t appcil as an ..' h ave prevented it. It perhaps lc said, .viii consent to it. But East Florida must
infbrmaftki received from Washington, jMuIent question, and was to he decided IT.Vc thill! move in:1 solid body in the tnea- may
The tJ Jon, who advocate it, arc deceived and im.1 J this tro, and Adaud having tlcdincil to \\itjtclraw ..4 suro. .\ !little-Co-operation! on tlepirt i.fMiJJIeTloriila : tl ii- i is hut a servile copy of one of the net lot I Itc a Territory separate by herself. We
tljy ptJje prints and by private let. oVd it- of the Western Stated olemnly adjure tho South, as they value
p ,
through upon. We warn the Southern- memo will ( Ifcct ii, this sc .,i'JIl. 1). [ lJ'I:1a(hnilting one new
tcrs, is of such a character that should arouse IJ A motion to adjourn (it !being: now r o'ctork.) j t.' in has \there theme arc silt-spring3." Was the heir safety, not to listen to the project. We
ers of Congress not be led ;] always opposed it, von kmx.' and .
to
astray, to was made, and was dcciiieJ, by : ;1, nays -I I, I;.rotest against the right of small minority in I
the DEMOCRACY of Florida to prompt and yea /he will siil! it I'rj'siVy but I (;'hairman too indolent:; to draft a bill more nprntriate a
ause, and and reflect in I l.c rathe.So oppv&e n\vr I
before
enquire, theyastI1v.unwittita1v nf{ I L* In he :hc Cast to put forward objections. to State
Florida
to doing so, might
action. vti.r.o'\r: HIM nr.yll"'II: aiif! 4i \\:1::i Ijoaru : r :
energetic Ii ) adopt this measure, before the II >use rtfuacd to ndjourn.! Hat thtro! v.asno : ... y liov eminent, to defeat the wishes of die other
Semiioe!
the -
"avidrawn .sectio'i i
iriU'jnii a ; : referring
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of the most uiMilious and inis'er I.c'"rcIOlln ; n"i '(rr :::.1 t v. : I
Attempts .
ioy inadvertently and} unadvisedly uslirf: a "' Jl: .00v"1"Int'r.' I II''u- .J Jc ''I:r-'huis: !i: f.r:; some } cars to come, to the tedious who arc a. large l3jority. .
being made, by llio Federal :'Ir.:! I r.\R: \:.!II tnttod! : to the Speaker; tint! the! -e.r cu! i' < of &
character are The
I]:lore deadly wound upon: Southern rights and lpj.ol ti\lI: ri"lJ to ddJ.t. cntt Jie 0\1.:. "i-i! yt.'ir j'JcIII: ei.l, yet. If I H TIt;II: VKllV I ;;it.:!(", with: more good, sense ; or put in a en1fcracy FlorMa ([wo repeal

Whig Hankocracy, to bring the People: of i!:lhrcsts than: any other which can! be con. Tho Sri .\M.c. Imintjoiherv.uc clcciJul!, "I.' TJH G. / Kant yvn fimt km i UO'FIl in L'<";- ic luujefor f the suppression: of the Llnod-houul ht we said in the commencement of UIHirticle f

Honda, again under their dOmml.IIGI-to: j..:ctured as ithh possibility: of success.'MI .- Mr. .Irs proposed i c'II1jromi"c-'fnt! the .reS, I.r-w :i yj. w : C\X I.c.r: ANY r;ace i.i Florida! to please Prollit and Adams, : ) should arouse themselves. There are
thwart and defeat their efforts to cstabh-h! an j !uuse shoult! pass a rudolitoi: hko tint I."Itld>i '" "TJIL i ; TUT: n flf ln.'J' \, Kiark me r V'iritli! more propriety.Acam. :it Washington those who effect an influence
** State Government1 which and Fouth Florida should! not( be illscvercd at the co:>e of IMC &es>i'm.lbJ.1 every l;?Ilhl"r; haviiig I'. U't,>f.K/ ,-ht'u.'J'll: y.ur r.ir !.Js .u 1Lti.L'i. ; -I all who aie acquainted with the I.ti Florida: they have not-a knowledge of the
Independent in A from the Jliddlc andYtsl.\ The I'ctition.H whcJivouJ; not "jivu ri:.: 1il deia"! ,u ,..:..' I entnner.ts of the have who -
siiouU; ov. ", an.it tiic.n to iv.-.tc [luiii, .n..t I'! !es ice of tus! cot: tr'iil Kno'v that uricsiiUis > People they not-
the Rag IJarons will not rcigu Lods Para. st-nJ) ifjcu:: to the table,whetc lacy: iLiit! be 11'
I';south is opposed to it almost ii'iauimoushvj-! ,t-nlcrcJ atd referred. than fJnC'iC"- ;, v.tr v.ill t in.; u irnc. '.'IiZ'! w of the! si\teenth i sections reserved for ire seeking, while they prosecute claims of .i *

mount. 'J 1 I.'liosc opposed it in F.ast Florida, as prod \. ',lr. rcritii.il: olij..c.oi! tu any nation.Jlr. k., uu 11m" t.) Iv;... \V. !iav.nu: ..a 1 1C .:taitv J Gf t I s cLool} purposes, .val.teles,; ; a 1.1 l rcservai .rarious sorts for.money, to adv nce their ul-

They find willing allies in this nefarious c: by the vote i-i: October, r.t the e'uction! : for ) .\up- s.i.J.11J.t J Iciu: the ..3C. l.c'IOU!! .'fir n:1n!cr'l. 5l l canuut !be a ::!ttt-; ill! three! or i( .j upon the strirtml..s and principles! tibI! :erior views as to office, and who are, for that \\l I ljl

work, in the odds and ends of the various / I'ej>rcicititivcsr.earlvi equal tho 1'iviioMotIil&rtrotgh : :. 1:1l1 i !1 a.ljo'
factions which comj;>o'cthc Opjwition to the I I I and
present Administration and who arc seeking (m titlltiu1 and! -1 agnir.st: it, r.t the election Talmadgc of N. }?. ha prcsr.itrd "put 'nIlIT'l, }' 'lrrjtIa.! To Inc a term employed! : by Cr,!. TIre: are those at home who write, aflccting ;
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to elevate the granny Abolitionist! iIarriso.to :. I, !:n May. \ac1ma"'CluJIY! the \uto was: ?/.7i7ir! ;.attune$ in the Senate fra*.: Albany* YOST-'.: truly! A !.;te, i-i iLscriMng t.is country. 1:1: regard I and professing any thing' and every timing ,
LOTCL.AIIK.i
'or its adoption !JO ; agau: the Presidency,-ready, and faithf"! abet. | Xew 1'r7. *-_ *. :.-If you will '!'ycai! : i kit!,* aid, ir, i "Florida loco fbcoism it
of the Middle! and! Vest nrc opjoscd rther section of the I'mlcd t: cs. Few I even (although .
1:1 the fanatical and. led I II I..LI.y, ,"t''t,My *rhoKj-, .t :o'u Jchr.DcIl ica: IKII f}. 1: !f/lii KU lif' rt. / w;//EilXf. .tm... t ,
: mccndiaiy
tors, : g.in; ton o it. Di-u'tUv them, tud we sh'.H: hthe ; *arge, continuous tracts of GaoJ; land arc toK :: tiks: 1:1: their nostrils here,) who are strong
by Sladc, Grangci & Co., cciiig! the i ir[rrra cf an Abfthtio:' state in \E:':\ Fl',n<\lam I :!I, Jolm: "npeandVic, though blinded: by' *" E7. tturnfitett l-t 'zir.tftr alt. your aJ.'tc-i* i : foam!! Such lands are i ii: iLtachut! l lioduj.icar .1 for this! m..1SurIt i'i the last dying struggle

destruction of the intercuts and right:; of the : !'r e' ; than live \. rarit: wj'l! !her P rjcc'tarlcrtates :party i'ry; \:ill; not dare adopt this mode ; but .*-n.il! :! Lave e\c'mors mll' .nca will! hila, th aui at'toiyi / '-.1.:.r-car:,cy, surrounded! by mile: :, of \ .uf t the Ilagocracy. Any thing resorted to J J

South ; and it is to be feared n.1.! hmcntcd, : *f ra; '. lY .,!hyc': ; fi-O:1 l ti if cOJauJ: ;: : \.'1Ii1.!. tey! v:i.i fume atil! fret, and talk large I h f I- 1It 1g =adv, vehicles.; I pMC-barrens.; I.i hundreds J I to again get hold of the reins of power I.
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they rccciai.l from sonic of the s'i1zwl! h'J .(; more clan'T'olt<; !lnn ,h.j Cjrmino! : na. a-'i S"-.t!!, and blow, ( 1 this: sii-jcct! they !. .' : (Jf f totrrtahips.! t'.o school reservations would [ which have been wrested from them by the
t ion hrs been. I llordf of emigrants: frim: r,e attor'v! worthless! ; in others, it will! com. ; voice of an indignant People. Several of
; of the true position of affairshere \,'.!!!, by '_ lter rauds and \vy.:s, we dou! t t tnr Thij: btcr is dated! Washirrton: !> ; '
arc
ignorant the in the Middle and
t he Noith {gathered; up by coluir/.ig! :::I ctnist. cem.l .'rtsntr, : cf[ tie ;god !land i.i that township. public prints West are
who are without full opportunity and r ics and agent?, are w.uti.ig; 1/it foi the l.i- I i I '!, throw! oL-ack: 1 to the a.'V.Tton: : : of !her, -:?*, aM! t".,, tV.y_!I.f. bylr.\ 't.t,?.1. !! ,I r!n titiicr: c: ie, the rule adopted in' Mr. Pope's ,j jj I not true indiccs of public sentiment on this .

means of readily acquiring} such light as c:hans to give i phcc: to make settlementanil FlvnJ.t bc/i'rc/ 1k':, JI'.! 1'f'-i': !: ::Iia! c.'rf';!. I I.Ahl j :':'iv; ,1tJ.- .J.:.. a .l hitter: ..:.1 .,:1..C1tIH'" .I. I i .il, would: net eiFe-ct the object designed, and subject. Others are lukewarm or wavering.

would cause them to decide and act properly, i lot a few oi these emigrants will lie infected: this will be understood. As wo will: show Ltr cf CV::rc*.;-one n.o I! I Las ur.ifurml vote 'rtoul: :1 operate injuriou:ly. Some other rule Will you suffer your opponents to defeat you ,

who arc too careless' to scrutinize and investigate i, '"ith the Atahtion) monomani Many will directly, the bill now before Congresses i I ,!. this :es.iui, with the! ASiohtion (action, shouM be adopted. When the sixteenth sec- by intrigue and stratagem, after you have

closely, or who are deceived and mis. c from Europe. The peninsula litterally! j I contrivance to elicct! :-uch postponement.: It I I ::u.d I the smc person why was accused few :ion is valueless, the State should be allowedo twice When beaten them is in fair and open combat?

led by plausible misrepresentations. I ;bungled with Spanish grants, confirmed and i j jincoufirmcd is its olljt.l't. The argument of having ftruj I cel- -; i.iee i'i the 1 House! of f impropriety (to .The: select'J sixteenth: another sections, under nearest proper regulations.St. Joseph will you victory now abandon perched the contest upon your, because brow,

The present is a critical epoch for Florida. I genuine and forged, honest and I Southern State.is: t bait for gudg*. ns. IM I I ti--o te:! maLi'ttcrim; regard to certain pro- ire not worth 85 each: and the People of that your adversary acts covertly and .atealtbflyiYou

Much of her future political prosperity dc- !i 'f raudulent. What of the lar.d--, in any degree i originated ii: Fluiida, among ti.e fjtth.bo..d; ; ;-Uois to ( ;leier.-.l: l Dull' (:Irccri alxjut the section will derive no benefit from the law. Its should bestir yourselves. Those who -

pends upon the action. of Congress in regad ,,aluablc! not included in the minor grti.tjnrc;: I Kagocracy, and Sani.-, G;Jrantocracy, w !h.l, puMie' : jTi.iling.: Co!. White, before his decease i: the same case ia many other parts of the have friends in Congress should write; to c

to her, at the present session. We fear, her (:o\crcd by the great grant to the Duke) of bo lure the St. Jo:cph Co.istlutioi; : wa- t form placed thia letter 1:1 the hands of a I Territory already settled. them-memorials should be sent.-meetings

true interests, her true voice, her true wishes, .\ 01l, which although rcpudi ilcd: and an- I I1a cd], except Lot Claike and: a t few others more! I friend!, t: Use \ hei: the ntiblic interests demi But we ask, how is it, that the rcpresentao'i should be held, and the public voice be heard .
l / in tones too to be misunderstood and too
: in the Convention t for Mid- plain ,
I lulled expressly by the of cession i is j than the rest t clamorous1against ; !cd it and lid! i.ct hesitate denouncele :: : new proposed
arc not presented and sustained, by the present treaty knowing w ere mn : ( ; ( to : this loud to be disregarded. ojo
I I dIe!! a.West Florida, by bill, is apportioned
icvcrthcless adhered to and claimed be I Division and favor of Sta \ scheme of CI"rl.itl and
Delegate in Congress, as they should be.I to in f a e. :; strong indignantlanguage. so unequally and inequitably ? Can -i.- -

) We fear, he is deceiving himself, or is delu. I 1-ahd, by the powerful array of speculators I Since that Constitution: gave the death-blow- .I .lln! Delegate have had any hand in this 1 WeappciJ g a = ; 38 : 2 C- f-ra. ( *

: dcd by others, with respect to what is e .1 j from New York and elsewhere, who have bc- to their infamous schemes of fpccul ition and | We ask the People: of Florida to read: t1&; [ hereto the apportionment by this bill, = 3 c. : g o

peeled, from him by the People of Florida, I t come interested in it. Most of the-c Brants I bank-gambling poi tIC! puLIic I'tith: and credit ;. bltcr, and reik-ct upon the astounding cnpot'.ire ad we have; aLo! added the apportionment: of i TJVtiPF-' ,

:ire especially to t f this .cort. !' v.e-1!!! tlr.ir of l"cL- to'.v nn-J-j. Arcoti prepared to lie tie! Convention ef IS33: the population of the J
and what is due to the People of Florida from open emigrants : < as as hopes swi.dlirg! ; n 0
I' the hulije-cts': of barter aiul sale! like bed: in diuerent; eountiej: by the! Territorial census of : a .
him. We would Under a Slate (;o\'cmmet: unitcii! \\ ith11,1.1 j Sam out of tie lands co *crcJ by the! fraiidulenl c-p, : ;
not judge IUlfllwcwould ; : thesiai.il! e-i a f.w se-llish! [pfl! tic.lt i::tri- !-:'->-tl.e votes given: for Downing and "?' : .

not condemn hastily, and we would die, West and South Florida, no danger is to I, grants, udcr the State Cloi'erntncnt: !j :.:uaist-, and bard! ; and grant; s..eculators ?- IJaltzell, and I for a:.d against the I Constitution, : c P ;' t.a ,a.. .. _
rather wait, and become certainly and fulyI I be apprehended. The soundness of these I' their tune is changed.: Does not this letter expose the! llagitioud con. Ki May I la: >t. Is this an effort! of the Hank : O C O c' 0 ,.' O O QOOOQ 0 c' _. cJ

acquainted with the fact a to his conduct, sections, and 1 t their I control I.in the 1 State Legis.lature !I I Now they arc striving to get nd of thi! ;, -'pira; 'v plainly ? party:aided bj Colonel Downing, to pack a o ..t' a 'QOJ O.,. -. .

would secure the State from taint. It Since: the adoption of the Constitution; his jury ia their t 'otVa.s the rule of -J C.-:
from an impartial source ; and our final :and I Constitution, at all risks ami at all hazards' I ; apportionment ,
would be only in the Eastern member that I t. t' 00 a C1
etRirts have become the rotes Doirn. .
: more earnest. L'very Washington, for
definite judgment i is suspended till we have disease would lurk It could perusal of the Article on nllikrt.. 1:3: ,) i .
the ; be cured. :
1.\ !. nerve is now strained to etlect this darling ins 1.1 the dillerent counties 1 It is well ..
informed. But if it be true, as al. We would nut impute to tho e who IOW compote clause relating lo Spanish (Grant*,- (Sec. 7 .J "I 10 C., to -.
ben s
i| o'ject.! His chiefjmd most prominent cr' known, that mO'oks in Franklin and Cal- g 0 0 t. a t.I 0 to 0 ." 2.
ledgcd, that CHARLES DOWMNG, in the lace j the population of Unit Florida, that th\ of the Schedule & Or il. lcc! ,) and thoc re- ij-.itor, is one PKTEK Slit:'i SMITH: now d.1 ho'in, were of transient persons, sailors, for- -.. o It-.o .- .oo. .

of the expre pledge contained in his circu. arc now subject to such accusation, but ollly! hating:: to Tirriforiul. ('vrpur ltivlIS,in the Con. I t.ir.g at St. A'JgU"tine, who controls the eigucrs as well as olhors, not permanent inhabitants ;C-

lar prior to the election of last spring, that he i to express the fear-nay, the convictijn: that; titution, will solve :thr> c..Ima to all who are j urnns of the News' published at that ; and yet these counties arc made : 1 -.a O..Q-OO.>0 CJC3 O .1.1
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in short time they would bo outnumbered I tJJ to wOO .1 to ,
be bound by the wishes of the PtojJr ; a unable to understand it with'.J'lt such explana: place.: Colonel} I oWXl"t:, it seems has been to counterbalance! Gadsden: and Jackson, or
!flc
by the immigration that section, brought mellowed ;" and although he at firs, we Jelferson, Madison and Hamilton, where the ; .
the of Division and tion. The Message of (Jovcrnor Ileid, at
on subjects State C
ov- through the channels' w C have alhiile-d! to. belie1.c. refused the chem resi farmsrs with ai : -.a to.. 0 L
to countenance: voters arc permanent ents. I a' i.. w4 Q C., C. oo..t..t.
after the ratification and adop- The of all be made the opening of the last Eevsion of the Legislature 2. C ... QW 2t
ermcnt-if proofs we allt-ge, can I lOW, it is said), he has: come into it. In the families This is done, as the latter counties
by a majority the People, of the Constitution clear as the light! of the broad-day sun,- and the separate Uepnrts and Rcso1.u.tiuRS arrangement, it will bc ecn, he is to continue Administration, Anti-Bank. Leon, [ 'J 3 :

"' framed at St. Joseph, in the electionin these t facts having been subject of rcw -pa. of both Houses of the Lf'i -:atmaIIoiJ.; I the Delegate to Congress from I.*
May last-if after the confirmation of per comment, of public discussion in canvasses ted by decided majorities, rc"rolill! to that!!. ( The n'Lt-r offices in the new Territory will too greatly Ami-Downing to be allowed her =. t Q to c.e C'4 CD C c, :j -
I at elections, of official Executive message .. d 11 fuirly t1 ilUtri'juted! duo and \ \ Q -
uLk'ss! :
their wishes, declared by the election in Oc. Message, ut.d agreeing wrh the MUWS tjres'ed -\ : j'l-stly es-I equal \\cstjiccordinglopopulation.w \ na 1.
to the Legislature, and of legislative re -ncciilK: if I liar-i-'on! : gets i i-I. These are ith thoc counties. The Democratic mem- :: C .tle"
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: tobcr of 22, out of 29, Representatives in favor !' '[ l by the (;Governor, addiici! n :"u Sl ra. !
port. The evidence that our ascitionare: !iir.i-n: v.ho doioutic-j the! advocates! of State hers of Congress should observe thi;. If : 1-8
of that Constitution: and opposed to Dij I idle that with the Lie L urguincnts against 'l Ir. Pnj-o's L'l I. a'idi.! ;:'I p; l.i to CD to to .. .
j not we arc not plaving ;I ( love'rm-t, as seeking I its establishment: I I atheavy I lliis bill becomes a law, the failh-bond Federal t
I vision by decided majorities-if: after the : feelings of the South, i- of ui appalling! char- favor of the inuncdi.tc a'hnL&i: of I'MJIM..' ( co -t to the People, merely to enable Uankocracy may yet triumph, and the Peopleof ADELPDIHOTEL

positive instructions of the Legislature, to ad. : acter.t: This remark is made, more 1 for( those! t iij l"IoriJa! with this Constitution.: The' j' them to gratify a lu=t 1 for oHicc and place !- I Middle and West Florida be made '. hereditary THE undersigned having porcltftsedlfom ded. -

\ocate immediate admission, he should ;I filends of Flurida beyond} its linn's, to whom show Div) -io:1 ii im;ractlcallc. I low the di. These pure and! di-i-.lcn-ied: [>;itriots are in-1: I IL idamcn" to this! oligarchy of Ragbarons. )). BCOWH, that well knowtt atabC- :

late tJic pledge above : to if he favors tI J we forward this paper, than far our !home vision of the t faith! Ixiiids u to be m.de, i->' .1 L lltienctd by no ;cltni! motives'!-Xo-llieyoi.lv mcnt called:! the City Hotel ia the citj of T&UxLas.n.c. -.
referred II bare opened lie house uDder the title of -
: readers. To them we would e-xlulit some question which cannot Lc answered.'hv want "la fjlcct !/::! '.; riiht.: :' A grave question as to the propriety of Congress .
tho Hotel.
Division Jelphi They are now making import.
to faction
please a minority composed i evidence from auether quarter. Already! has should:! the cxpens-c of a new: Territory U, We ko'.e 1 the Del'-irate has nrl r.d!"A pted.i : {re-scribing, without being asked, the ant improvements :and repair,and will bare by tb.
of less than a sixth of the freemen ofFloridachieilv :, the traitorous genius Abolition! Inceudiarisin continued to the Federal ( ovcrnmct without l: : and will not adopt! courses- t lut 1.J l to his own rules and lerms upon which the People! of ensuing fhlr an extensive Brick Building erected

to be found at St.\u"ustinc-I'j jif raised its head in the National l4ei.lt.: necessity, merely to gratify a few a-l'irallb; rrputation, alit! to the intertsN of Florida asi Florida shall assemble in their primary capacity on the property whereby they will be able to ecommoilati -

; to gratify the faith-bond Uaukocracy, he I: ture, to resist our admission: as a State. Thefollowing to place and power! Copies of all thesi:i public: rumor declares. If he has, under! rhe in Convention, may well be raised. It satisfactory! itr.tn manner.:era visiting The Public this county depend in a

lends himself as an instrument to give the ; : extracts- from the; ]proevehig., : .-> of documents! have been duly ferwaulul: to tltIeegat (. :' iiiliuc'cc: of resentment far the loss of hia I is more appropriate, more in accordance with upon every attention to their comfort may .
will show what wo an: to ; uii! i'Mlut-i.e-e ith the .\tmili tr.Ltilncone"ron! 'tllll1tl! that, as in 183, the People JOSEPH -
Constitution formed the and Congress expect -_, and .vet, we have i.ot seen: that IK \\ ; i j jwe principle CROSKEY. jl'
already go-by, lint :uI et.t. We shall! sec the oJ! political has m'i'.ed for their prii.tir.g: or mr.de; tin. trust, he will [pause, reilect, retrace Ins j I It. should themselves prescribe these rules.- DAVID F. WILSON. 1
fcilcnlly suffers our admission a: a State to bedefcrrcdif turkey-buzzard of Qunc\; vomiting forth the least t dirt: to give them their due elle-ct! am!]t t. steps! and repair his error. In our experience Whence is the authority assumed by Con. -Tallaha April 3d, IMP. 36JLcon

he will do nothing to remedy the putridity of his disappointed ambition; upon inlluencu. Why i-. this We send will:I ence! in life, we have: witnessed that: an alli grcs* derived ? Aceadtorj. '.

evils, past, and existing, and to prevent those f Florida ; we shall see Shtlc, and: ( ; ranger; this papcrotl copies cube sane docntne-nt: :I i : YiSC and just Providence, in punishment of I, Whyrwe would enquire, i b the Suwannce' Tile Trustees Public of Leon Academy announce to 1

in prospect, flowing from the wretched and and the whole gang, straiiiin. tvcry 1:.1'\< toAt to dilicrenl: Se-nator-j ad! Ile.rtsc..tatives; :; : ol t those who -rr.itefrom: correct principles rivsrmadc the boundary between East and I SIIEKT.\Lt-and Dr.MootE, that to Ihejyfaave take charge engaged of the Male Mr. .!

fraudulent system of faith-bond: llmks0; ; -;1 the-election tt: May I.ut, m Ilia S"ul.eru! the South, and we hoj.c some one will te-i!i who MI 111 r M-lfi- hiluenccs: to control their j I West Florida ? _Anciently, Apalachicola Department of the School just established by themin .i
ardent of him at the counties of DaiSc tiid Monroe tha agxTcg.ilv vote that they are not finulhered-that they arc:; ':conduct! and) warp their course-who! rely ![ was the boundary, and it was, at the treaty of this city.

bhl regret our support \\a -1'or the Consul ul.ou; !J'J; Again-t it, I:. not suliered tl) Le stowed away, out cf sliiht:., '. more on th(ir (zrl. d(. taill.to secure their! d-I j cession. Why are not the counties of Colaaibia I The School will open on Monday noxtia the old
last election, shall deem it our duty to extinguish in the breeches-pocket of the Chairman o:i fl f l cvatloa; and succe, than a strict .:u, lcr'nce I and ALichua included in the proposed MethoJist Meeting iloos;. Ia (his new attempt to
:A New Yorker, nimcJ: IVtcr SI.cn: 5l11itl., cal-! i esul!.:i>b Academies in tho City, the Trustees earnestly -
our past personal partiality for the :TernU.nt-- elsewhereVe ,..1 to virtue anti reet.wdo, whtth-.r 1.1 11! new State. The Suwannce i is a most unnat- I
mal
Committee
:led GtN't.p. l ly courtesy, a Itrollur ol t the! nitu- the on .tic.11 j I appeal to the pride; and invoke the *i and denounce the conduct of the officer, m rivut AL..I.li..J.i, (;.Irctl :5l&lIt.I.ns! resj..J ttJlaC tiu:', they v,ill!lbo pri'.tc-l and read ; aiuil ,I I. life or otherwise. otton i.iakc the \cry n.ear. |I It xrxl boundary. For t forty or fifty miles East their fellow citizens they trust, that while floorisliin -

proper and befitting language. I His having tune it) ...:.l Loud 1 lie la d. ''iVii-.to of t'lO! S.Lilt ., the Dclijjalo ne lectatlii; t'-.ay, w e trtuaoir.y !t I relied! 0:1: t il>r ?nccesj the! pri..c.pal; ; cat:303 of .*f that river, where there arc or ever can be : ; Acadcmies.are liberally supported elsewhere
: Invrarec: i; Tru .t Coioi.y.;' : V\'htii l.c I'.rhicaiuv I around the inhabitants the Capitol of the '
and di'race.Vc r.diiu.isi! the! Deljegau settlements the inhabitants will : them
defeat!
fallen out ith the President and his cabinet, ., true 1 Itiei.d of Flvrit.b11! remedy thuIM L ; any carry I '
\ to 1'loriJa: he aii! >e 1 li.in.--cii & i-.r.tiu.' .\J.vjrHl forward manifest devoted
y Territory will hence a more
I -. inthepint: of (former fnendsliip! ", th.it! their proJucc to that river, and all their trade
for; the supersession of his friends: CJ1 and ; !dh.h to Th..row! \VViJ.iiuliuiru! jm!, luCt. : : interest, in cherishing their own city tin ti.I .
Randall III' d 1 under i.ls ..lIiti.dII"I lias finco jirol\--,<-.] The project of Divisioa first cri;inatei l'[ ''if he thuuM! succeed m eliectnig! Dh'uiuL-, l.e will be to it. It is the natural outlet for the I tutious. 4I

hich is approved of by an overw lu have in''\ i.t::!'. 1I I :-* tn il.tei-t1iuZ.\ !:m.a/.i:;1. \'. ih'! L'.T CI.\K, lormc;!Mcn.be-r. c-i' Con. I j i.srty !.ot reap the sweet frnis of s-ucce-as now country on b.!th sides of it. Alachua is I I The scholastic: year will be divided into four
helming majority of the People, and fur the iiidi: :Illi: ;aLlc! ri-i.; Ho Js tl.c j.u cipal.; ii.i ijti.. giuss horn Ncwoic! fuhs'equenlh I a spec_; iitcipated.! The records of destiny may [ decidudly:; opposed to Division, and ia favor I I sessions of eleven weeks each: and the following 1

selection o f Governor Reid, hich i is u ]uall\ i lit, auJ tliroj:!'i ti.o c-jlumiii of the \cw.," ad ulati i1: lands, stocks, awl: batiks anti l Lank_ I contain no triuiuphs t he hint even! if he -kouli J of Stute tioverr.mcnt. Is it because the rates oftuiton: allowed, to be paid in advance to
Xc-'l! tuiah Kui l lialti.'t the Treasurer of the JJoard Trustees.
warmly. < iva I < I
vacates ; y
popular, was (as he hu&.iur some ears, Lcel v.-: man i lKatt: : 1'lor.ib! : ; l.c xvas un :now.tJ .: charters, in that State-the Prea'iJci.t of th<2 now: procure the all llmut of Eat FicriJa People! arc Democratic, they are kept out, : Orthography and Reading, $3 .;
}hostile to the letter,) not unexpected ; but : and oj.cjs -oiilioijit', and .\m.' am..ti.JlIi-t:1H!i :mut:3: !Loch-'ott. Hank! a.d why cair.e: t tc(.1 for l hun-eif. Tiioro i'.o !:!'.ru t:1! !x > pur- lct tin: arrangement to secure the balance of i The above! with Writing and Arithmetic 10 .
his fur those ,uU.-n.d' a p3ij quarrel} : causes, with the .\ mia.; j .
I
. : : luti prlIcpIes, iiavui;, a ni-'rr wife ai.d: s.t.1.1 .\. the aleniL is: which the tmxturu ws con. ucracy ore not stiflcicMit tj nnc! the! l:: Istration, 'viii not just him with the People} ihilJri-n! \fy !her-but \'. as forced by the foe.i cocted. ll-i \uited! Florida oa; public ant: net permanent.: The People! of the East i mz! I If a Division i must be made, let the i The above with Greek end Latin, and General
. of Florida, in a factious oppostiun to its mca- k-jji '!.itntii of thu Territory, a fu.vvar- iliac:, l<. it. I Ic! find t'ut' Westward! ,' Columbia and Literature, 15 41THE {
iiid : private LUI: css. J lisa I private Ltii.iicto C.::I r.Y.iA ratify: nny a mnuritv !hne i-.clude! ; at I French-extra charge of 10
i/fl" I I' i i..1 he
l.ni'iz.i.-U. ,
ilafi l lo ILijli. \\.s nearly
cures, nor for disobedience of their expressed) slave-Under lie ,IIc scCii; by lelercnce to ;.are :oil of the J1zb.1 cf ti2! Penile: cf te! E- _.:, when they conic let the: upper! part of ALchua, cr d,j not Cy order of the! Trustees. .
life ij'i-v relt.rn",
wishes i ) or fur abandoning or betraying their, ortvMCc a jcar, fro.ii the \'. .st Indie-,ID nc to oi.r.hi:4 He Uws IA 1 -3i.: aCt : VJ7, \/v/.ici! CoLr.eDoWMN' 1 I'' to ..:.. ._. w..u. ...' th,s s"iject! r.iorc fully, when! l Lt it come further West than the range of!, A..Ur.GATLIN,

rights and interests, because perchance he t"tlp'"ny" lIe hu iar.y ';lcnL; crtd clrC.IOClSlf I I ., then Kl tl.. Cu Jtc.ltt'm Mlo il JUt. I they\ fee asd Lei Ly tail C'-I'r"c'; ; ., tiiat! barrc sand-hills! East of the Suvanr.ce: and uiifcli1,1U40---- 32 Secretary and Treas'srer.r r

may thereby gratify his resentment. The tJic I llust.: t-oitia nuntijj &ncc, :lIum: ":UI"O Siad- to, procured to bo pas/ed ar.d! hw: ptLEtLIj : |i tb::' ha\Z Lee ::: .ce'! the! victins cf a seiLh! iiclidc: the couutry tributary to that riv er. STAGE LINE
:,t'", an r.r; !I'IIIln.! v.:d ar.L1! ,' j i u-.:'J\ t.,! *..1 w.l! recall t.c! co..fivl nce \Vc have said! tin i; bill w as a contrivance to
People} look fur conduct higher court 1:1 Jit. A.' U5l-! "I'jr :..,.'rr'cliuHary l.u.ju3o .':. !::1 i- can Le ascertained: by rct:! ::cc te<> pr-.I: p'jhcy I from Columbus, Ga., to Apalachicola, 114. ;
flllle. upon .. page 2f>.",, saniy pamphlet, act "J of yriejhItw hitherto! reposed as :placed.i Suinj !Lsscliisi prevent Florida, either united or divided, frumht..i:1g : Four Horse Post Coaches. -
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In
and more patriotic and honorable) princilltXeitller -. !t.l. : J II" nirrov.Iy f-caji-u convictio.:1'i, nllJ'- roijib wucfiiit :: ol sametir, !Uag: : the charter cf th!]< and faitl.loss; l! although) perhaps ks [ a voice Li the next Presidential elcc-

;. will' they IK; satisfied, if tlcy .1fco\cr ranifi t" dccjiriji 1 I'rtill..lli.; on ill. ucij'i4u..i. S';'.!'th-Tii L it ln-Uraie-c! : o Tsu-t Company, taloted, public! ,crs:ant may bu wisely SLleeted. | tion.Xo \

that a motive of security to himself of po. \'/'c Icari', tins hsiuo ill ivi.luall one ",!' tit; ;>n I of wl.idi! ?iu:, 11:11: Col. I 1. w as 1e'1c! ; tit./ Until Cu!! D. sLmhlwrr..:.! t:: one can: read the till! and not see throughthe
utica With \\\t't\ I.aall. .aJnrll,crnlr.t ni the Nort's of wiji! 1' tlion Mr.! C. Inn ; what: will be hw ..:ti.ri' _' ?It: asc cLenic. It time at which .
station and po' 'cr, ha influence. I accutiitur. r. Since ; d:ibb!e'1 Dlv.eii'ig! p prescribes no Via Florence Fort Gaines, Blakely, Porter'

a virtuous people, when such motive is discovered tlie.'.V follow j/ne to; 1.mdwf.'TI.eil 11 a c
it most surely and inevitably meets I New York rrkider.t Land: ajjcriM for tlio' sales! o. Aligon or Hackley grant. llisolject I IK '//f.'Sf! ti) accept Mr. Pope's b.ll, even if itr elected, nor spccitie-d day for the convocation Ala. *

: with rebnke, and fails of success. The ex. Florida Larid", direct tIle( attention cf hold.ni U I doubt, was to put these lands, held! uiule. :r : passes, how then w ill he stand / Can he ext of the Convention, and manifestly looksto 30 HOURS Stag travel- prom- Colnn- I

amplcs of Burr and Clay should teach poll- the procuring; in linu proper S.irveyorc, and expediting .. grant by mortgage, into the Life & Tru t pect their support How much more honorable the legislation of the Territorial Council to ONLY .to New Orleana,in splendid C.aeb. ,
ticians wisdom. We trust, Colonel DOWNING ., their Sarvry, ic. .c., L'nl' : Ji3gral.l an I Co.-get faith ccrticates and endorsements ; would be the rewards and honors of a supply the omissions in the details. Under on a level and beautiful road along UM banks .f

, may be able to redeem himself from the Duplicates may be forwarded, post paid fur reference as prescribed in the charter, and raise a cap: grateful People, bestowed upon the KcprcsenTalivc this law, Florida cannot possibly organize asa the Chattahoochee River
as toon at practicable, to tho oilico of tiA < DAYS OF DEPAttTURE-
: suspicions entertained by many of the friends I cnfy New York, corner of Hector and Green-: ital to bunk upon, in Florida and Wall street. I who had obeyed their wishes, despitej State, and choose electors to vote for Presi. From Columbus on Tuesday. and Friday, a&6o'clock..A

i of State Goverment and who voted for him,,. wick ktrcets, in order to take llio lead in ctll-ctuij;p lie was President of the Company, and i i:j selfish and personal considerations-how dent next November. She cannot submit her M. _. .,
t in regard t course. We are ignorant oi actual bClllcmenU and deeds of vale, immediately;r now their Wall s'.rcct agent. But he feared I I much more elevated w mid! be the station of Constitution, and be admitted and recognized From Chattahoochee oa the tarn day and tame

! it, except a derived from the sources above I upon sui't-nsiou of the Seminole JiOstiliticx, atu I he might j possibly find, if Florida was not di: Senator or Representative of an independent as a State, till after the election is over.. time after the arrival of th.11. .Hail Boat fm*
, alluded to before large tracts of Land ate thrown into tinmarket. I State to which CUABLES DOWNING Divide :Florida aid her vote is excluded. If Apalachicola lola uul meetiof ForiOaJaes.Penona .
as, tic expression of nppro.I \idcd, a Governor who might not be altogether might desirous of (.!& from Cub* 0. '
bon of the appointment of Governor Reid, ,ll be willing to countenance his plans of pecu_ aspire, with Haltering prospects of success, divided, there is no process by which she can to New Orfeant wUlJind. thin by for tbe cbpd
p n favored u with any communica. embarkation"The first sometime body of Emiprunt;in September w next ready; and fi ai r I uiary and political speculation, and who migli t if he i is true to himself and his sincere friends, vote, without that vote being subjected to and.ratoct expeditious ..-wtfl m* Ute _... -

\ tiona, either public or prvnt except that he, they will be: principally Europeans the mtuulioui I refuse to issue the faith. lie judged wisely, than the paltry post of proxy of a pitiful Territory cavil and objections by the Federal party. moat comfbruble way, u it latanectiBmoawkk. % t-. $

frke us one of circulars, to be offered them must be decidedly eligible, as tc I for we arc well satisfied such would be th secured by political chicane and perfidy Are the republican party in Congress to suffer making \. and! orhat Florida 30 Line boa,at. <.baUs .
: ad a copy of the bill which has caused this cite, health and toil; and the term must be iibcia]I course of Governor Reid. Governor Cal 1 Such olfice-the chief duty of whichis themselves to be wheedled and juggled 6y false tho whole rente. Tim from Colvmbtu, ?to Jfeli :.

t acl was received by us, thu rccck, from, and"St.satisfactory.Augustine April 13, lt-33.: was more obliging, it seems, by the Report! to grumble and beg-to stalk like a ghost friends and pretended allies, here or there, to 54 hoalL' i

't of tho Legislate Committees- -perhaps, ini. through tho capitol, without voice or power, support this bill, under these circumstances For the Proprietor,
the of \tS3S, it there aro 33frco :J I
; : That bill is one we noticed, the week before By census in St. John and aptx-a Duv.il ciunuos they, pulses x>f gratitude for favors rendered, .inn)". .is as mean and humble an object of ambition We trust net. For four years has Florida WILLIAM. 87 CADY.ItOhar1e4rSib1ey .
f last, as having been reported by Mr. Pope, are mo negroes tly Spanish negroes rc iJcnU of Florida L have had a proper influence. But Divisio I as could well be imagined. We trust, bow. been struggling to become a State-she has _Chattabooehee;;JaaoaVyIS.18

''c it a former Governor of Arkantai prior to the treaty of cedaion.The obtained: with a bank of unlimited capital] located '. ever, we may yet gratify our personal predilection formed a Constitution-it has been ratified ,

.Mrpop hostile to the Administration, tot I leading Abolition print in the North till.Emaoeipatorilu al St. .\ugl1:l uc, with the host of cm-. for the Delegate,bestowing our com. and adopted: by a majority of the popular votes hUprofeasionalserTkes u Auor y
-r' fancied alights he received from General Jackson repeatedly alluded tu Eull.'for.; igrauts, tenants of the Spanish grantees, tneudation for fidelity and an honorable discharge of-her citizens. Why deny her that equal OFFERS at Law. ia the eollectioa of
He i family connexien of Governor flu,..!, ida as the point Jappui in their a 'aul! upon th claimants, 'bound to him by mortgage, h< of his duties.to the People of Florida. rank &he i ii entitled to? If; as the..BankVhigs debts,4<-ia Middle Florida. He will .attend allibc
Sooth and boasted that it xhoulj be a Fit CE:: .
District.Tallabasaee
tb. r : CoorU in the Middl .
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a&orn., or the Union Bank, and thrir rhiel control Ka.-t Florida he If cannot, and the contest between
champion i the Convention. STATE.. could as pleased al we our censure reprobation. so fondly boast them and M ay 1SU 1838. 40-tf

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