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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 16, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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rolled up in a len dollar U. S. Bank BiU. ThepaJ'ml'nt NOUS ,FAIRE." trespsatvr*jfoteetfofIhfla _
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of the Check baa been stopped and it can r ;; -
be "fno neto&ny one but the owner. A reward m I'IAUl1rIllo &. ClllIDlLui'\Y. Lt.AIl -- may.i _

of $10 will bo gen the finder by leaving the sam J'A QnlltBa-mA1r: a U;. 1'"na eboV.4if1uhi*; H>. ;Arc!

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AN ORDINANCE I Larrs of the Territory of great measure unnoticed, and have never been I : arid wiibdrawH.104838 ditL :-. .. _
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Florida patted at brought into market ti; and whoi Bar, the navigation of : w.arnounteij ,_, ,. 't.'r. .. _
To prohibit Merchants and Shopkeepel'l froM Sabbath keep.. the 18th session of the Legislative Council. said river, a* f i.the mouth .f Pea river, a dis I ,ioany thing of( coiequ.e. <' '
,
iDr open lheir Stores and Shop' 00 the i tance of about fifty would Commissioner'ctfihe Bank In 1834 r :-M v- .
mile tend to make sale Oft of Pensacola.To an AgenUwa. _
J No. 51. AN ACT to alter able large bodies appojnterJf'toredaUvApfllaciiicpJar! _
yg- the InUnda.it and .: the Boundary Line of of land lying upon said river, and aud on the 14th ;
Sec.1. Be >t ordained. by of Tallahassee| Calhoun County. their tributary streams which would otherwise for December, 1835 a Brahdrww-estabKsfiwIit _
Common Council of Sect. 1. Be it enacted a 'long that place, wbchisstiItconij ,* '
JJJJ'unj merchant or by tho Governor and Leg- tiae, remain yal.elen to the a. rtWtiijl iDir* r-- -
That it shall not be their, tore or slops for islative Coanci of the To.ritory of Florida That and destitute of the population which gverment. His Excellency, R. R. REID, Governor of Florida : David G. Roney, T. L.'Mitcheflj'CRabb 9ri, -

shopkeeper to keep bUline open on the wbbalh days, the country included within the fcllow. by nature to support; and whereas it is \elucer. Sir : entering upon the discharge of the duty of' lin500, and WilhiamB,. :C.S.1Ton _
the transaction of ing boundaries, shall constitute tined, that the : 'TayJor-iid 'ih&actAs
the
of being finej not ezceedngtwcnly county of Ct. expense rendering said i making a report to of the condition Cashier. :
of
your The
under the penalty bounto : gable Excellency the imprudent .
not ,less than, ten dollai.' for: wilBeginriing at the bane line on tho a aforesaid would bo Jmatl and inconsider. BANK managawbron< .
dollall and; ,, offence, to b. recovered by'' bank of Iho Apalachicola riverrunniig thence west able, compared with tho benefit to be derived OF PENSACOLA, it gives me much pleasure' t inform former period, appears.lo havetnvo r eUitfie; Bank-fia imtl. ___

CCIforeThe/ inlend.nt' one half to the in- along) said line to the northwest corner of Township therefrom by the Government, by the Territory, and you that upon the presentation of "my com !ion to the officers loss, especially bj its seaioas _
one, Range ten South by nil that I .connection_ whh'th broken Commercial
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half to be ,lAid into ft. and West; thence South part of Alobma. which must naturally of that institution
other
IUJInant and the along the line between ranges ten and eleven send UH produce to market those they readily and promptly extended to Bank, as will be seen by reference to'the _____
said to upon waters, inaemuch statementacC
of city. : ,mp-
treasury Sec.2. Be it further ordained, That aM .idiot.- the northwest corner of township five, range ten, a the only serious obstructions consists of me every facility for the successful prosecution of the proposed nying this_ report. it is probable. that the toss ; _

and parts of ordinance conflicting with the Soulh line and West; thence West along the lownbhip rail (.f tolin timber, not difficult to bcremwved, investigation. There was no sensitiveness on the subject of: not be less than $50,000. uiiIwi1I.. 1. ,
eel between and
intent and meaning of this ordinance, bo and township five and six, to the Vciappu; it being well known that the said river is private accounts-no entrenchment behind The r\: : toi
the c-
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technicalities i liabilities
true and of
thence '
hereby repellled : and that this ordi. pursuing the line already designated i abundantly capable affording for their charter and resources of the Bank,'on the 2 1st March .
the same are I the boundaries Callioun' 81 i both barges and sufcientaer opposing any obstacles to the I 1840 : '. ;:
lial be in full! force from and af.etU.pa. counly.to the bginning.! steamboats, at azeasori| the most thorough and hy condensing the statement of,the Bank :t Pensacola/l ; -
nance as designated in an act to organize the cour.ty year, from tho bay of Choctawnalchie, to the minute examination of the Bank r and it t is believed that noth- with its Branch .:: r, -
uge. 1840.Ii. Calhoun and for other mouth of Pea River, as Apalacbicola, .appears as follows;
'oisscd in Council, April 2S. purposes. at relnid. ing was withheld from me, that was essential to the r
A. THO HSON.lntendaut. Sect. 2 Be it further enacted That this act shall Now therefore be it resolved, by tho Governor of its proper understanding TJ.'I'e. '

..-T., ES BARRY, Clerk. take from and after i's' pa.vage. and Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, condition. Bonds endorsed by the Gov. of Territory "f 00,000.00 .
Approved 25th February, 1840.RESOLUTIONS. That our Delegate to The papers, nnnpTprl iks an appendix fn this rpnnrt contn; Bills in ,
be
.- .___. Congress! instructed to use -_ circulation. ..w 00 "OL' nft _
MADISONMadison 1.II. _UCBI enOfavors lu procure an appropriation 01 the information communicated to me by the Cashier, the Individual deposites '.AgO.uv
4I' money by Congress, for upon .
the improvement of the several I 54,723.32;
subjects suggested to him and I
navigation of the river ; trust your Excellency Certificates of -
Choclawhalchic deposite
Ii N far '
gJl mJIN o1'be _ Urhrd.by the Governor 7.and Legislative Coun. the muuth of Pea Kircr. a n will find the statements to be as full as I doubt not they are ac Due to various parties in -small c'- 9,S05.95,} {: .
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Springs has changed "',,- cil of iho 'frrilfry of Florida. That the Secretary And b. further Resolved,That a certified copy curate. I prefix a condensed view ol the substance of thesecommunications Financial amount*; '5,.,$ -"

I and the present proprietor of UIIH f.ishion. of the Territory be requested to distribute the co.pill of the foregoing preamble and resolution be forthwith with the chiefly of Agents, .J'V3Q,740JQQ" : .. .

able watering place, who ii now filling ihcm up in of ihe laws of the Territory, A compiled! by certified by the proper offices of both houses, information derived purpose embodying some Pennsylvania Bank of the tC S., 10T,746,72 '.

a Furerior; style, will be able to accommodate about John P. Uuval!, in tile following manner, taking and forthwith transmitted to tho Hon. Charles verbally from the Cashier and other offi other banks _

301'' perf.OIlS, in a manner which he hopes will cnli- receipt for the sinie: To Ilc Governor and Secre Downing,our Delegate in Congress. cers.A Drafts protested, 6, 62.76
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lie 'him to the future patronage of his vi.iters. The tary of the Territory each one copy; to every Judicial Approved 2d March Id40. charter for a Bank in Pensacola, with a capital of $200- 15,831.53 .

i undergoing a thorough repar: I Officer of the Territory one ; to running to maturity ,.._- ,
.lId copy ; 000 4.318.36.
alld S ("Slcin put up-the roads leadi-flo Clerk of the Superior and County Curt one every copy; :!!i I passed in 1831, :and subsequently amended in 1832. I ,:: ;

tile Springs wW be made sa..c and pleasant forcarriagesllew and to. the Clerk of (he Court of f.vo co- Resolved, the No. 13. appears not to have been acted upon until the ]16th May '.aQ V
are opened and various pica f( r tile use of said court; to each District 1 by Governor and Legislative when books ( _.e'oc.. '
avenues At. Oouncil of the Territory were opened in Ppiisnrnln., hv three of the --' .-. -
other improvements;. arc in procrcps, which will! add torne one copy to. be, preserved and delivered bv !at,in-.. C hA .:" .._ _Florida. ._ Tha our. Dele- commIssioner Hesources : > /> -:: -
to'the eemlort8 and. amusements or VIIIIers. SBIC oinccrs respectively 10 their -nn.r"c. .. ..cu LO proeure Ihe pa!. named in the original act and were closed the same (Omitting instalments paid '
mueh IHCCCSOr in ol- sage (.f law to ailer the / to Rail Road tock
Arrangements have been mn.de with M. IL A. lice; and one copy to cacH of the members of the time of meeting of said I I day. Walter Gregory, of Boston, "Subscribed 1705 shares and loaned to -
j ,
Legislative Council fr ; money the '
ihe first R.
last "rn ;
and R.Co.
"
superior line of Coachbetween' I present Legislative Council, and ,' Monday in Jll eleven residents ) _
Wi Ion, 10 put a one copy : lo thE fourth Monday in November of Pensacola subscribed 45 shares and 250 Notes and bills "
to the in discounted
Atbtn and the :prtllg*. KO thai with the i'resent.arraflgefl1Ct Secretary of tho fc'cnate, and Chief Clerk of each and $ :
252,298.80.t"f
oflhe 0 rpi ia flail Road UM time! of I the House of I'cprcsiMitaliveA.: I I every year. shares reserved (agreeably to the 12th section of the charter) Due by other banks,
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i j
trl\'ellillr! from Augusta the Srmj-, *i\J)!. not the Revolved, That P. A. Hayward be paid out of,i Aplr"'cd 2d March, 1 l.hi: ). for the Territory, completed the 2000 shares authorized by the Mortgages, 1930.48 /.';.,,. *
fund
\pei'd 20 li'iUM. pro\'icJc.for the publishing ol tin- laws of' act creating the capital of the Bank. Upon the Notes held 16,277-40 .- >:; _
1,750 shares
: ( be (1)lf'HCJ.|. on the M of June, for .il.v ihr last I."inn 11p! Fum oft-crcti hundred nnd fifty j i No. M. thus as collateral security, 13,725.73 .
mijtiia vi.ilors, und the fallowing! IlfJdnat dollars, (fur biudin, ; seven hundred and i Kctnlvrd, by I'le(' GovrruO and Legislative Coun.j!I subscribed, $7,000 was paid, which was 10 per cent. on Cash in Bank at Pensacola .f.

SVf charges oUerved-Itoa.d by the "."..uh,' (ofai! cirjpil.ttion.Ajipioicd fifty copies cil of the Territory If F!.n,.:, That our Delegate: $70,000, as required by the act amendment, passed Jan. 25, Other cash items, chiefly in, the 7,598.58 / :J/ _

), I Fclu-uary, I 1810.iVa. in Congress be : ,
::.children: anJ -t-ervIO' ; I.Il requested lo the of 1832. -
'figJin.so.V. procure passage notes of
,
the
JH1XIEI) ] i iaplil a law fiiMhc payment of Union Bank of
11""el mustered into Ihe
J Projinetor. H. service of tl.e United Slcir Upon this amount of $7O0O being thus paid in specie Florida and
29 tl*< *. l.elonginj lo the cit i. up Commercial B'k. 75,882.87 .
-'- \Vbtrta tho city of of ll.e of : the first election of Directors .
Zl'lil
--- --- O'l'ICE.----- 1 Josej.li is rapidly' increahirp ; Tcrnliry Florida, which horses have was .made on'the28th June 1833; -

: SubscriberorlVr, for sale the fi.iliwjn IIr and from in 1"Juali.1! and commercial importance. ; ;! by died accident of di -eae. while in the service or been shot and the Bank commenced the operations of banking and circu- Of the notes and bills discounted $378,714.86 1'____
Till 8110.it of its i present and !j or by order of officer, $74,554.73 held f
any r are
experts by reasonol lation 'by
for .
low of
CUII-
*
import, the enterprise of its and there I iK-'inj; ilJNi'ascd.! paper money, on thek28lh of Nov. On the the Branch at Apalachicola.
I Of
Coynac Brandy,)ha.fJilcI! "!"J qr. casks: l.'ro inh.luitiUI'I I lit of following. these, 20 notes, (of 'which "
pecuniary there i is Be il further January instalments
,
in\l'lllcltJ wc'1founded
4
That in only exceed
holland Gin in bblVliikey *. belief that it 0 HIIlv. our Delegate in! | 183.other to $2,000 each,)
will amounting to
(or.til'J so to increase with the C-.n-jrfHs be the of $16,634.91 are "
rrquenlcd
amount
\ in ch resources of the interior to endeavor lo cxlend ihe 2 per cent. on the 1750 shares subscri- running to maturity 53
; proviMi im of ; amounting to $
Liw
Lard: in ke.x lie it therefore such II all canes of like kind,, bed, or $45,927, was all paid in cash. At this date of 55.35lrenIW6r
; Resolved, by the Governor and which may !have happened during the the protest-5 them are for over $2000 each '
Corn flour, M.Ja i M Legislative< Council of tho Territory of Florida, the year beginning ;in 183.3' and ending campaign in 183G. of, stock was held by 20 individuals-the 250 shares reserved by .$500 each ; 14, and 35 are under
Hay amounting
Maaliadcn and Cod Fish in bbl St.TJiat! Joicj'li as an, act of simple justice to the citizens of Approved March, 1C-IO., law for the Territory? have never been subscribed. 'which 3 are for over $1000 to 819,594.47, are in suit, of
each
our Delegate in
Doxes Pickles in quart jars t Conred1 be inslru.ed On the ]13th February, ]1835 an act Of and the remainder nnder. '
(urgo thepssagcofa law dividingtlie Collection was passed by the Legislative 66 notes held by the Bank in
300 bbl,. Lime. No.13. Pensacola other than .
District f the
( ApalcchicoU! and creating new and Council of Florida, augmenting the capital of the I note of the Rail Road
McNAFGIIT & ORMOND.nri 1 Resolved by th
separate district; lgisJalive (Council of llie Ter. Company, amounting $ "
embracing the and of Bank of Pensacola to 96.USL94
City Bay ritory of Florida' to 2500000. Books for t twelve :
-.I---eon-'March- 20th. 1 40.' -- f S I. JnHpnh, :flu tile adiaccni...!-,*. _, L_ ______L I L Ils_ Kxcellzncy the Cover- !_ _, subscription to are- instalment notesJtiven as .navrnent on.. _dn. 1c,._. ..L. _
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JNotiec.TlHE l>o it furthor a copy of ibis rcsolulion .. nvi un all icijucBu-u tvuirvt;! thc |>ru"T uincrr, 10 COllect -, tills siutK wcr ujjtiitru, HIM f'r uMIIJCI luiciiu inc ui the.ing to $36uoo, which leaves, under this J head -- "u.- .

biH.ks and accounts of DASIFI. D.IXIKU l after due atljlalon. he forwarded to the arms, accoutrements and oilier prlpr f)'.. *Cashier at the binking-lit.n! '"- il! lV-.n-o-t!: rIII ilio 21st of discounted $59,512.94 of
purchased by the officers of paper, most of which
l lion. the T J is :
Charlm for ; .
crriti'ry ,
protested .
M'lUKNV: & IIWK&, arc in the IandllflfA. our Delegate' in Congress. 'fl'Jip Frbrnnn I 1835 und on part due-
Downilg the militia i-u'.i} i the .The
,
ping ordered into service \'r. on ; d.iy -the; whoc! largest is for
wnich note
Approved ha 5.I'r : $5000
E. Harris, for collection. All accounts will be Fc\ been ? nll) I I : and the remainder in siflall
returned by the person* who obtained it. ainomii it i ..itMitionak.! { r.J-J.GUti Jian-s
t.ut in suit, if nol settled! immediately.Fcb : : rafl.: -< lu-ea subscribed illnuuts.rrtle} 16 short sight drafts

30 FRANK 11AV F.S.JVOTICU. : No. y. Approved 2d March, 18-10. (ill that: day'A: tit- i':>s!c!:>ut. \\'af'; ; 'i Gn"; llry, ulm: amount to 48292.50, of which running to maturity' ,
---- $37,000 is
\V\ertnl. The House of Keprcscnul'vct of the paid nothing) at the litiKj i-.ul.srriiiincr.: Tii's (tijrk .11,11Three dralis payable in New C:
Lfgillb" Council > v.-n> re- ;:tn" for
A LL tliwc who indebted of Florida, at its last sesiol. No. l Ii: tamed $10,000 each, and 7 are under
arc to the l.ttc firm of f fIj Mr. '
until L
by the
Gregory 14th of
Dei'i-mber I
patted Jaincv S. Resolved,by the Governorand 1 ;35 ) ,551000! each. Tiilrtteii draas *
: jamblc & Reid ate :1 al. allowing Robinson I wo LcgisaliveCoun.i t i -i I amOunting $32,008.63 _,
earnestly quesled lo liutlrtd' dollais! r taking of the cil of the' Ttrrit of fore which day $500,000 worth of bonds .under are .
come forward and close their acconnlx immediately.JAMES alxo care Capitol; and 1 ry FIorda: That eight hundred were issued by the proles : of this amount $15,00 is

B GAMBLE & co.: the Senate, passed : resolution allowing the dollar!' be allowed to the Private Secretary of the) Bank, endorsed by the Governor of the Territory, and sold inl, \ of the drafts are for payable! Mobifeb ;. .- .
and to! Governor Governor 3,000 each
,:lC. refused to audit the and Ihi'ee' hundred dollars fur -1 is for $5,400 and "
JS.: SG ._ __ __ IJc it therefore Resolved, by the Governor sml'and 1 i; lie! laws uad ooe' h h indrcd dollars for making copying an I Philadelphia, which sale was effected on the 2d of December I! her for $6,000. .auo = -- -

John C. Jacobi, Legislative! Council: of the Territory of Florida, Index, and tie Governor be requeued to audit the 1835.On II The liabilities of all the Directors ,
Measurer and Inspector Lumber the That the C of came. to the institution as .
of Ihe ,
for bo nuniscioncr Tallahassee Fund I the 14th of December, J 1835, a distribution of the stock C'pals or endorsers prin
County of Leon, required to credit and pay the Mid account of Approved 2d March, J 1310. was made I apart from" the instalment Dote$, and an. .
James as foJows13,000 shares
S. to endorsement
a private of
n..hinlon. the one of them
according" intent and company for the
bis M-rvii.-rs': to tliosc, who f : purchase
OFFERS l( "A -:. f *liu
VOlh }\ '
_T oI1hlha". ce,_hrdl: 14_ 1 1i JO.) TJ.J: APIo\'c.1 ISlO. JlCfEIiliu CliaunceyStitnucl Jau loir, Morris RobinsonCharles This eondeiissd -._. !: w.M.z; _
-- -- -__ by lln> Lp ihlaMva' Council (.f iho statement, in relation to the 'P
II prlvaie bunti"of .
Strayed, No. 10. Tcrntory; of Flori.la, Thai some lc-.timoni.tl, and; A. Davis, S. V. S. Wilder, Walter Gregory and William H. the customers of the Bank which ac .
Mills, rlwut the tirao.t..r April,, mark ofopprolation' is due I Chase and the balance were unreservedly submitted _
FltCt.Wa'hr'lI ,
Whrrra.by an a--l of from the Government to 17 other individuals in variou to .'
Congress, the '
.Mule! with a blaze in the t liicc,, : day of shy, IS' "a passed 2Cth ol f this cmin'ry, by wiiieh the services nftlio.se amounts. : my inspection, suffices to show that the Bank haf not .
and ] of f I pre-emption 01( one been '
a quarter
bay color Hitli who .
hix
a t-cxr < n left rhcek defended "ihe extravagant her loans to
..ti,1 c'.jcli. in granted la 'he < oek.l me on the Withlacooche any one individual.
b"nf( and waxalraul 5 je-rs o'd. .\ liberal. n'w.ird I several counties :ldpaislHH : elI Subsequently, namely on the 15th December The
as 1836 in
":i1l be given J fur ih 1 of tuch Slate' or Territory of i the t :o t gallantly, and with a an profits.of the Bank since it commenced

llicin, WalkwV: Mil of rescue fellow
citizens as
seats ,
ofjl lie; therein fur said complied with all the per
ncr Talahmel': K.VALKCIL: ; courtir$ who by nearly shareholders, the sum of statement annexed but
were further
and Kurroiindrd ; a
by band and sum of
:: respectively in : savage re considerable .
ICE : ICE !:! ICL :! t the fuIIH'l'd lurt-l.c:1 il'c1lti'1 ol'Cotign-sx alt conformity as with!li> duced frxin their position, to a laIc of despair, $100,115 was paid. The old stock, of 1750 shares, was is due to the Bank upon sUipend d..paper. The auount,_ 1 -

TIlE 1'ulIal.at-ce. lie C"m;,::iny have opened I bind til ,pro] cr authority of M>IIIO iurlC3ter vun-y V this should be eOf1lmuratel..! ati.t I live in the he.irU. of i merged in the new subscription. and the instalments paid on the by the Bank amounts to $88,729.88 and interest' paid
and' the
house Ibr the dcjivery j or In;, iindei i tin: ties in the Territory of riorili: hive located and I Uesnlvi-J.na1..n That a grateful the ,posterity. old stock refunded, so that the increase of paid up capital was to $41,697.80. No dividends expense account
Mpcrintendence M.IJ Governor of this Terrilorv have been
If1 r Uoetter.. Tickets br: a quarter /c'cLiol of land (' ivhich tin Fratsol about pa1sinceJuly 1835
l bid a t the *.Uir(! or J IJ Iu.!! can ''jutlcc of their counties :Jiavc not 1 been loc'a;'cd, and .be rc'juoxicd lo prepare a medal! cominemuralive $60,000, of which $37,000 was paid in promissory en- the amount paid up to that time being $3,755. ,

The liont-e' will lie "lht1lC, at lny light each 'nave apj.lied' the proceeds of tlr.iinc so the i-rer- if these and fci vices, and present the aino to the oflicers dorsed notes, the payment of which the Directors may demand I I As it appeared from the foregoing statenenU '' I -
I tW
m rniiir{ ,and remain open; tlir" hours only. lion of c.ut houses and j.iilx in their ronnlic privates coinprihing the said companies', !j i when they choose. .ol 592013.66 in the sura -
The Loi: k And wlicfLUF \llh the II"nks of the ,people of Florida, and the the shape{ of stock, and Joan
of
I lw arc from the iuaiion i a stcared
of the "
very l-ir-re! und> line, and > Eleven hundred and by
by locality .. 1 twelve shares have been
u
had
urancn
a bond
I little uralefal surrendered been invested
und in which to the
care ran U kept for u loii lime. poiulaliun] of tll Territory in of the ::lpr.catiol by bank in the Alabama
: many llieir Florida
Pcr OI.K in i tin: country' and, Jitlj'.iii/ng ro tin lion, cO.ititjrs. the location of the seats of jl,.ticc on ser vice: will be eves the Bank by various parties, and nothing having been piad on I and Georgia Rail Road Company, it became.a ,

aba tale aquamity, iau: inKUfliid m all tins.r. !aud belonging to >the l United Slatec Cdlllt bemade : Approectl,2llarch< |W! 0. I I i 2415 shares standing in the nams of others, either by note or i interest and importance, to institute" matter of moch

.\prd l 184Qdions) TIll': Dill) without j'.rcat: inconvenience, I an inquiry into the condi
I: ::1'0 a 1' am marli.fct f otherwise, they might be forfeited ; but the Directors have tion of that .
I II t Company the
to the yet probable value
rou nijut-licv cil liens ilicic'if. I No. 18. I of its stock *wned

"S. ,. S.tLE, \hcrcu.; in un order emanating: fro/n the gcnirni Ant I. RefolvpJ, by the Governor und adopted no that effect. the Bank, and the security of the debt .due to the Jfeink: by :;'., .
". Two .'Cl and laud office, lo Ihu laud olfice Ltgilaliv As and authorized Rail ; by,the!
I commo. ,;: in this Territory Council of the Territory of Fli ii.,l.i. That all l rcsollltiito as by the 4th section Road Company. "

Dwelling/ Houses I"- used UIOI the opinion "f the solicitor of"nc oflhc clanl: allowed 'liy the --Auditor of t'.e' Territory, of the act hjjfiyal| | the Bank issued, on the Though in this case in that
I I Illl llial! depart snc iit, it i is declared tint under the of as of the Bank ".
March ,
tTSTcreceJ thr rp.solution" 4th 1.7J9:;: for 29th of rqy inquiries
; by ),.sfir< A H right lo a can only be claimed I sup P A $1000 each, payable 1st were met with the utmost readiness
iO|{ by Iho c plies f the
.
and
W Wc'cl\I1.j !r.cm/llo/ sulli.ls'jro. forage on of
and transportation, those
ftnirliiil; ) i I part who
'''Jleorarcliii-et'ire in tie, twtt.ajij.n.v.d\ modern counties: \ IJv(or may locate their feotH of l which may havr liren furnislied l.y any of the citizc. January, 1860, at the Banjjjjj&'United States in Philadelphia ,had the charge of the books of the Co .

'''Mill...? oflhe and Mtuale.l\ in a lii, li and juclice on the quarter feciioii applied for, and that ."" of the T.>rriory, for lho Terriloraliroopl.; which were endorsed y Governor John H. Eaton, and 1 :all the information in their panl.to'commun caie"
part
city, opposite; the I evidence atl 10culi.uU wthcrwie made arc void, which dec I. be power, yet asCoT. Blonnt '
; i of transferred lo the II the President
Jaiicz Ih,1 ,
; 1J. sold tire 2d of i
Doll. Tlio fruii,. Qu.rlpr. lutrr'l (o on December 1835 in Philadelphia William of the >
IbII will work exclusion of by
f Company
I
pine' and urc good Soir.licrn I) a large portion of tie! ibc .
"ul"l4l1tiI11" whole: mau-riil, and work of Ihe, mot count.el in this Territory (win a ptrliripatiou in I, to pay the "aid claims cut of the funds H. Chase, agent of the Bank, to Thomas Biddle, Samuel Jau-I the Enl ncers. or Offirpr._ Ul'n. ...1 I. __ _.__. _, hone. >*:

""lie!1._ __ chHr.'ctcl'd_ ,lip counly, which it i i. L-rlievcd & ItcldcllI r.i.cd on tho (red- It or, Ihp-.- 'fnrrilnru, r... ... .u. don__u anll nu__ "_.n Iihn_ ,1_ "hllInrp.__ ,_ finl".i..1..-. .-. !H...nt".. v.nr fho... .D ___L charge of'the - v IOU ua U'I U mpIOyea.In Jbe- J
: operations
Wlil oc .I. 'nJ' 'l1I3d\Ula
?HI Uc proprily,> fn'a: cheap and the jy tile govrrninent, and inncli!! lo the injury of tlio"e port of the troops ordered into service by the Gov Association their .b. are now connected with it, it was not
liberal.
value of
at $ 1000 each the in the .
Apply) to p cr):ons who have purchased Und, located and sold ernor. par interest be- power of the Secretary of the -

April 14(). tf AjJ 1 & IJ 0 \VKKKS.X I iy Home counties under a conttruclion of the ta- Approved,2! March, 1040. ing regulated according to the payments, and the payments accurate information as was desirable Company it is to give me such .t1

ifa'-A* "w."SCAM-N lute d.fierent fron list one given by ihe solicitor. made check of yet conceived ,that
$100,000 the U.
RO. ] : by a on S. Branch Bank at the following letter and' the _. -
F 1\otlh Caroline lie It therefore Resolved the accompanying
by Governor and statement Iron that
preMi.u Inmstlf to tlio New Orleans and the balance ,
and ,patronage' ol tLc inhabitant fir Tallahassee Lrgihlaiive Council of ihe Territory of Florida, No. 19. as required by the Bank, at various officer; who has become connected with tile Company .I

branchl'll it. ri'inIIJ"'!' '"n the 1'WJw: "f I he varioOK That our Delegate' in C.n rel bo, and ho is Whereas, Colonel Dcmpscy Pittman, of the 3 times, from the 2d November, 1836, to the 30th Decem- suspension of its operations, will afford sufficient since". the .

sId \be jf'he proltao..lIJn.' A regular gr ..duatiori! ,, l iicicby requested to present tho IIljec to Ihe Con- regiment of Florida: militia, wan ordered into I ber, 1838, generally by draft by the Bank on the Financial to form an estimate .data on which_ ,
his c4"f'rit'J'e" of Iwehe }" 'ar.'' ,Irole-ticc., are gre"J of the United Sates: use all mean in service of the United States, by an officer of the i various approximating its true condi n. .
wciwnitndaiions) to r.O..t(,..... I I'ersons UU power to procure the passage of a law author army of tho United Stales, to nerve during such Agents at sights, none appearing to exceed four .-

quiring derCbrunic'"rgi'aubi"hncr.) and Ihose .ulli tin un-re- izing i the several counties in this Territory, which time a the exigencies; of the frontier of Jackson months. The Bank stipulated, in the contract of sale, for the Office Alabama, Florida and Rait

to teat hill ar.d l protracted d"t'asc'WOUJ| do;well haw n >t located 4 quarter (section for the establish county should require such service ; and whereas,p payment of the interest on the bonds, at Philadelphia, as it Georgia Road -- ..
iiI.ilL inent of seals of ju"tiC therein, Iu make such location Iho said Colonel Dempsey Pillman, together with accrued CGmpa1fl-pnuacolaJ Ari_, .1&4Q. .
1c:1" Office on Peiisacoli will be Ihe staff of such and payment has been so provided for, for the in- WALKER ANDERSON .-.
InthL Slrcet, No. :n, DaFc' mOat beneficial to their counties, regiment consisting? of Samuel except Esq., Commissioner. ; -
.
: Stur,. Brie Building Adclpli, hlottac furn.er without reference to the location of the seals ol Stephen!, Adjutant Thomas M. Bush, doarlcr- stalments due on the 1st July, and the 1st January 1 last ; but Dear Sir: The want of a of the .
,
City Hotel. justice j thereon, and to sell tnt came, applying i Mauler, W. B. M. Ferrcll, Surgeon, who severally, these payments are supposed to have been made by the Finan- Rail Road Company and .quorum Directors: the -
arrI14.1 of
--1SO- 36 proceeds to lho erection of public buildings of their performed the same tour of duty, and were mufctered cial the Officers who have. had the
Go"rC..laofer-- & counticp, and also tojconfinn such sales OB have into and out of the service of the United Agenu before mentioned for which the Bank is indebtedto charge of the accounts and affairs of the \ .: -
Company
CO.Il'Il S ION 1IEItcIIAT'r Davies been made by counties, tl e proceeds of which have Stales, by an ordur from Brigadier. General Tay. tliem in the amount of $30,740, as per statement of 21st vent my replying officially, and ,' wjn. pre .

.New S. been vc)0d) in the public building .f their counties. lor, lommanding: the army in Florida, after having March, 1840. The Bank is not aware whether the "Financial queries have as fully as I cpofd wUh;;:'to)tbe

REFr.UE\CES.u. Bond. OIlLF1NB. Be il further Resolved, Thai a copy of these reslulioue served the (Period of one month ; and whereaspay you submitted. I have consulted J tBe Directors: .

''ewm. B llon & Fisher Eq duly; authenticated, be forth ith transmitted : I ha been refused lo the said Colonel Pillman and; Agents" have covenanted with other parties,1ho may now present, and they have uo objectionjomycomrnuatiogju. .

44 Kerr & lo our Delegate in Congress his said slalT, on the ground that the force actually P be holders, for the payment of the interest on the bonds at nny items that appear on the Book.

Mess,1 Kirkrey Tallahassee. --1-----A DDrove,' --(-.- -'t'-.., 1--Q-41I -.. in the fiM did not amount tl full rpirimfliil. an place other than th( Rank of the United States at Philadelohia: .. ". as may be materiaJ to ,-il,1investigation. -.

; Zhlolyneuz omi.lior not aLribu'table to aid officer or his These.you will find enclosed I and will I
trail
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_March 23, i0. Wilhcrby, 4- Co. Livcrpool I No. 11. Be it la-ti nor can it furnish information ot the present value ol the prove satisfactory. ".. i.

.
Last Notice.i 331y_ %Whereas the LegifUlive Councl did, on a former Resolved, That the Debate in CoDgreis be requested bonds, in the American and European: markets. Very respectfully, your ob't. 'servt.* : .... ',,' I

ALL peraonl to the 1' day of the present Isaion. pass a resolution, to procure the pa lloof I law, providing P The Bank, being authorized by the 3d section of the. amen- S. W *
) late of T. M'd which on the 14th of full pay for this meritorious officer and his claff .TAYLOR :. ,
decea. day
ed. are ( was February approved a ded charter, to subscribe for stock in the Alabama 'Florida P. S. If -
required and the enclosed '
lo come forward the field and ulifTofa full is not : '
satisfactory
the Without further by the Governor,) authorizing directing P. A. regiment. the'Books of the ..;. "
ad' Estate iadebd will delay hand, and auto whom I Hayward to be paid out of the fond provided for Approved March, 1840. Georgia Rail RoadCompany, subscribed, in 1835, for 14,920 Company are open to your nspecti n. ;. _. %- -'*. '. '

Ju.LtnentOt they will be larred.in their claims for the publishing oh( the lawn, of the last session the I shares of said stock, upon which_ .has been paid, in instalments .; .

A AI ALEXANDERadmr. sum seven hundred and fifty dollars, for binding No. 2 called for Directors, from ''December_ 1835-to. July 1837 ,STATEMENT] :'. ,,;.:/ ,..: .
ELIZABETH seven hundred and fifty copies of the :. .. : _
S Z1cCARTY adlnx. COI Be it resolved by the Legislative Council of tho the sum of .$332,840.33. The remaining 80 snares of Items of ;: -
I 16 and whereas, it has bOdn represented the Expenditure tht Books of the
1840 pied 4ma7
S awl l '
that the ba- Territory of Florida, That H. Euelency. the stock are held'by' the eight Directors.to'qualify them for -. .ifJ
Legislative and .
Counci. unexpended of the of of- Georgia Rail Road '" -
NO'I'ICE. Governor -
,
Territory I Company _
n CaVEO Unco of the is inadequate to meet the, requested fice. The'Bank has also advanced to the :' .'..1\J. '"_'
erpool by hip ?en- Parkhlll, from LIV said Therefore lo pay to Robert IL. Berry, (rom the funds nnder same Company, at, Surveys ; -' 417,000 -
:
payment '
and (or nl by the ; his control, for the defence of the 'sotilc-: various periods,!from 8th July. 1837to Slat 'r : "
UVerpol Sat..lCri"el'l Da It Resolved, by tho Governor aDd LoiriaJatlveCouncilor f.ontiL' December 1839 Grading! :
,
200,000, : -
Ground Alum tho of five hundred and 'f-, :. : .
Irish Pot&toea Salt th. Territory ofFl rida.Thattht Goreinor menU nm liXII.ightdoUar. funds which, with interest, now amount :to" "$259.173.33 for Superstructure .
-
in for I -
hamper and fifty rents, arm. and arnmoniUon 7i500
London be; and he is hereby.muthorisod and directedto I which note bond ; .v" !
Porter in qUIrt boUlcs the said be furnished by him to the Territorial. troop..by orJee or was given by the Rail Road'Company, ,Engineering Department, 480004' .
At" Pale cause amount to. paid to the said P. : .y": -
.
Pine A'-orlmeDt or Ale. in do. A: Hay ward, uut of'any money appropriated I by of the Utfl Go?.Call. payable at the Bank of( Pennsacola, to the order,of the: Directors ,.Carts,. Wagons,. ltd,, .'* 3. 00..A'l: : .

C Stiltau Dolphin, Brick an t Congress. for the_ publication of said, Compilation. Approved, t March 1840. at 90 days from the 31st of December.lost, and which, be. ,LandJCWDodbine( ,) ':!:' 47,8001, :., :.,-te%j.. ; "i'

' POIi'--" MtNAUGHT'4jORMOND ri1 Approvtd, c)8.- No.21.- p. ing protested (non-payment on the 2d April: Instant' bears .,1Machittry i ,: t'Timbe : ';5 l.,:....: ':.. .,_ .'i t..:: -
23 interest "
1840. mtIiatd
31 29 .- 'No.12 Resolved, b11he LegIslative. Council of llio'Tor.. t f! : !;' ; .po -:4o1: OO'. ? ,'. .' ., ..!. .,' I

Tiuhi 1mter.iptd.ITOBA. E., Whereat has bon'Ilia'policy) of the' G rr MtnrT'of FI'rWa,.That HU Excellency the Govmor By the retiiru>u(frtockhql!jerg t. on the 1st. J ntry,1'8. ((bireanne'o.cI '.ToolaudMateria1a4... t-', .-t.. ". :" ',. 3 -'. 1": _'; .'. I""- ..,."'..;"_ -." .). ..
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.t. bnlnr"r4.e4.o or.the) m oL Cr"b. ''U to' : of'ibftTerrftor/ ofFlorid8.t be to ,) j.m.o&atilJMttLft'tv a '. i I VQUo-., O'.b.. ,. __, '
&II Houaea'ad .Slt. appropriate mbl requested totott.lo .t'.wpp .transfers oT stock have .' au ao"",'. .' ,., .. .lV\a.1.< -.j" "'wr '- > .. '
JTharf -t
'Cthtl 4N' Uamiin5 Jate.erected by for &prn(0.QL :,,M... & fiettpn tcYMnj) f.the fundt 'uodef1i. been mul; ihc&jefl', tLJ4ti : te.rj' 8 t'i' .Jta.lf".0- .tt ; <- : ;-44.--A-,ez .t-t -..4.."..1h.; -I-. i-- 1 --
!.. ollcjiri- aro oC itron I- UacU 4rr"U1 country, He hDe'mo(gJ.eontrot -.rtft"r1.tteJ; .lf'mel th'at} lt ttk.c S "Q' ... ,. i1 -.,.'.- 1 'j' ... .. 16 0 ri ._ tf' ..'.,.'":". .:
[ : ..''r : the .: ,.and .:\hateyr". otisjbllit i : t. riV I l jp -". ..pteam 'C. 4 .. ''' _
JJbJS: J rj: fec' 1 the stockholder? ; .:Q." :"" -'- 01)5t:1"1I;l '. 5.. ;*f' : ,_ .
&XniIdhiiBu.tUe .
tbeuwlth' :
;; 1Iucb 4I.z1COI* r Imtl,1" c. ::Jor aJ.pd fo ;1 !t ny .itIieirorigIttiI= t J.tI'f: : Q lle, ,. J. ;. ''' -J1

pIt ISoD lith TA744LExkER, 1840' ; e ,; its Utl.d tottrMUTWgh, >,!kpr ibATtrrit0rjr M:;tk l kD.taikst oFi.r14 he;-rif'erj dthiccntiguoUa ;.i in r me" nor.Cahl"*: ,.; !)!or,1trii nQao.,_ ,1- ', 'ore. ;; On-the 14h D. r5J5, a..Bnn b! Iwq/IDluf t \1 ''NqTE.I9O1O" :Jon''>oat' t-.S. ';'ef.eaa,- t. _: ; -veJJ. .", .

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mtnl received b or&qL: Of th< What a borribl ,dcspotism!. Tbit English 1 I destroy: !the West lodkjOotapdtition in regard -Chief Magistrate over the American people. f them capable defending the country against&' coochee. and someolhero tBe r f n:

.. C I and machineryiVout; ) 3100,000 ban oveseer, has full power over 'the lives i and to sugar., It!' hat destroyed it. It flOW Resolved, That although willing to yield to external iavasions and internal insurrections. where, during this war,all ba .&

,. an. :sold in th..North, (6'pay I liabmtei there property of all, persons in India, excepting wants to destroy th American competition ID the general_wish,the expression of which may General Jackson, too, frequently adverted_U .dreadfully,dry and hungry a redden.i r

." (Kwnpany long 'since determined-t
"jfthe T raj for thai on. hand, and to."dis.
4joeofdepreciatio material," ftob..0 done< 'I' eral **to take into consideration thejneans omjtigating long been.activel M work in establishing gratified to -see admitted, the claims to the I .a United States Bank, we have a sanction i Talk your Harmon
as much
.. but trifling sacripce/. ": ; the state of slavery, and of ameliorating their incendiary': | nthe United States. Vice Presidency of our distinguished! fellow ,for the measure proposed by the Admioislra i aa you please at "H::,'
I
J !Ia: ''-NW"__ ft (y ,jgdentod! o,1.'&!erwisi ihe condition; of slaves and of extinguishing What does i iy HHfeuth to do under citizen JOHN FQBSYTH, as the just reward of,' tion, which will be admitted by Federalists Ia :! Cider, BrandjModdy, (and lf'a )

p. ffl '9cured ',L slavery throughout said territories ,I such circ lpt mad with the his past Republican career, and as evidenceof be of more binding authority and importance by the Generality dedly plfe.t I

as soon as it shall be practicable and safe." ,I North, an HRton t Brother to the full confidence with which the nation I'than the recommendation the Presidentsto The flag on which wa ,"h'lt :

: r. tip pon. . .' ou! !! r This is the tone of Great Britain to herI ; go to war v', No, assuredly !- trusts in his talents for future services. whom we have referred. That sandier t devil with fire," of which wtn we h5yeh.k

I ,more precise; ': 1" led 1 ro.rtJ.atlonl! I East India overseer,but what is her tone to< This wou HPPVbccordance with the Gen.: GLASCOCK offered the following res. will be found in the following extract of a tofore spoken, was '

respecting: the J jron that was received and her equal,the republic of the United States 1 desires araPMMctauons' tho Ea4lia olution: I letter written by Major-General JYiir II head of the Star she no flying at te :

r sub equentlv reshippe4 on account of the I Does she request America to extinguish slave. Company. Has) the North no complaint against Resolved, That such of our fellow.citizent Har oin reply to an the i approach Io':

Company.' ry as soon as "practicable and safe?" She the British empire If it has so, SO throughout the State, as can make it conve-I Louisville Legion, to b present at the cele. 'the Admiral swear he will not sail :

.The information derived from. this source, orders us to extinguish it immediately, safe( has the south. The northern prisons containmen nient, and are friendly to the present administration bration of the 22d of February. I is dated flag,because he has been told somalocofol '.:

js u fotlo"'i.| or not safe ; but her overseer in India i ill per whose only crime is that they interfere and opposed to WILLIAM II. HAR 4 North Bend, Feb. 3d, 1840,' reads a cos made the motto. In it stead he ;
'
2550 tons of iron, including) plates, were pitted to exercise a discretion which she in the Canada dispute. Has the British government BISON for the Presidency,be requested to meet'at follows : hoisted a red flannel on wbc'.',t'

received from Nov. 1636 to April 1837 both is unwilling to grant in America.All imprisoned Thompson or any ofthos Millcdgeville on the 4th of July next, for I '_' It may perhaps be unknown to you, gen.tiemen stitched with white, pttica, picture ,
,
I months inclusive. The duties of the same, India is in a stateof slavery and its inhabitants incendiaries who interfered with the domes the purpose of uniting in such arrangementsas that the formation of such.corp: a cabin," a" barrel of cider of a s W.

it Amounting to $67,460, are still due j in BUS subjected to the despotic sway of tic institutions of the United States and did may be calculated to insure success, and I II yours upon an extensive scale throughout the< n Florida p :*'

4. peided bond. an English overseer, who is both a civil and all they could to excite civil and servile wart maintain the great interests of the South. Union, has long been a favorite project of kin, a "shin plaster, and a white mzfl

I 311;000 IDS. spikes? were also received military; despot. I Have the British emissaries kindled a thirstin Mr. JAMES McLAWs offered the following' mine. So long ago a the year 1840, I en. nn Indian, both running, (we wont say wbfcs,'

(- pie'duties amounting to 810,680 ; but they Sections 8 1st, 82d and 84th empower the I the north for the liberation of bondmen resolution : deavored to call the attention of the nation to is ahead,) and underneath was also !

t, were subsequently reshipped, and the dutietrefunded. overseer to make laws against illicit residence which must be quenched J There are more Resolved,That a copy of the proceedings of the subject, in a series of letters addressed to following lines, sweJ

and forbid to' enter India to this meeting be forwarded to our Republican the soldier and
.) any person or than ene hundred millions of bondmen in In venerable revolutionary patriot f Harrison and Call I'm tho
4 1000 ton 'were sent to Montgomeryfor the pass! about from place to place without a special dia. America has has but to say the word Delegation at the Baltimore Convention, with General Charles Scott, at that time Gov. champion bl I'h

If/ use of the,Montgomery& West Point R. R.I license or paS8. and lend a helping hand, and all India will be a request that jhey use their influence in pro- ernor of Kentucky. These letters advocated Humbug.' "eO

k t '< .. Company, in July 1838. Besides this wholesale system of slavery,, free. THALKS. curing the nomination of our fellow citizen,' the formation of annual camps of discplne,I For the Banks Grlnu6l, war u I'l wage, .

1c ti 100 tons were sent to Tallahassee, for the the individual slaves themselves are in some the Hon. JOHN FOHSYTH, for the Vice Presi. in which the select corps of the were .So go ahead boys, 11 take care or the bsgsg.i.

.l pse of the Tallahassee & St. Marks R. Road cases, permitted to hold slaves. The 68th From the Augusta (Ga.) Conlll lutionatist. dency.On to be instructed in their duty at the public ex. We admire the poetry prodigiously.

4 Ponrsny.i. section requests the overseer to take into con PUBLIC MEETING.In motion of Gen. GLASCOCK!! : penso. In the Hause of Representatives, in idea expressed in the last line 1M-

I i. I 1100 tons were shipped in Oct. and Nov. sideration the propriety ofabolishing the sys. pursuance of previous notice, a very Resolved, That the proceedings of this the fifteenth Congress, I presented a report lieve, original with the i not, we b
Admiral.
1839, to New Yor tern individual slavery as soon as it might large and respectable meeting of the citizefi meeting be signed by the Chairman arid containing the outlines of a system of military We I

: 300... tons remain on hand. be "practicable and safe"-but not to touch of Richmond county, friendly to the present Secretariesand a copy furnished to the editorsof education of all the youth of the country, in pose however, he had lease to use it, fli

t The locomotives, and other machinery were the general slave system. The number of administration, and opposed to Wm. II. Harrison the Constitutionalist for publication; and the ordinary seminaries of learning. In author.

,.shipped. also, to: New Yorkin Nov. 1839. slaves directly subject to the overseer, who for the presidency, assembled at the< that all papers throughout the State friendly to short, I have neglected no opportunity inI ----.-

Si:t 4 t -. has full power over their l lives, persons, and Masonic Hall in this city, on the evening of the present administration, and opposed t 10 I Congres), in letters, in speeches, and in t6asts Of all the desperate and impudent pre'f

From the foregoing statements, it will\\ be property, having no civil or political l rights the 2d instant. WILLIAM II. HARRISON for the Presidency, at public convivial to urge the importance put forth by the Bankitesto screen themsebe*

obvious'to" your Excellency that the value of except such 'as he, in his discretion, choo- The meeting was organized by calling be requested to publish them. of meeting defence suitedto from public indignation, for caused the

the Investment of the Bank of Pensacola in ses to give them, amount to the enormous JOHN PHINIZY, Esq., to the Chair, and All of which passed unanimously.On the character of our Government. I present distress in the having, the

:; in number ot hundred and millionsof JAMES T. GRAY, WILLIAM RMcLxws motion of JOHN BONES, Esq. the meeting country attempt t to
the A. F. &G. R. R. Co., depends a great one sixtceen appointing So much has the subject occupied my charge it all the Democratic

I measure upon the completion or abandon. souls; nine times the number of the whole and A. G. WILLIS, Secretaries.Gen. then adjourned. mind, that has often been as inappositely introduced upon par i t

Dent of! the road. If the work is prosecuted population of the United States in 1830.- Tuos. GLASCOCK moved for the ap. JOHN PHINIZY, Chairman.JAS. i the celebrated Delenda Car I most flimsy and puerile. What havethe loco

it the large outlays for surveys, grading I The overseei has military and political power pointment ofa Committee of five by the Chair, T. GRAY, ) thago of the elder Cato. But my efforts e have focos had to do with the management oCt.Banks

7. and some other items, may be estimated as over forty millions more, who are permittedto to draft resolutions for the consideration and \V)[. R. McLAWs, \ Secretaries. been in vain. The attention of our rulers andI I ? How have they controlled

availabje to some extent ; but as nu part of enjoy civil rights. The extent of the i adoption of the meeting :Whereupon the A. G. WILLIS, J I the revenues of the country have been directed -I brought them into their difficulty? Have them they

the work is,yet completed, if it should be now plantation which this English overseer has Chair appointed the following gentlemen that --- --- t to other objects, considered no doubt by I made them make over dlscounts&over

abandoned( the assets of the Company will control over, is greater than the whole ter. Committee-General Thomas G lascockJ ohn From the Globe. them Such however I cicuJ
as more important. tion, made them into
,. !be scarcely any thing beyond its stock in the ritory of the United States. The land is very Bones,James McLaws, George Schley, and extract We would call attention to the following were not the opinions of the Roman and enter speculations iu-cc
from the address of the Democratic (ton, town lots made them
-
Road and fertile and is well the culture Gen. V. Walker. make
Montgomery, and \Vest Point Rail adapted to ot Grecian Senates, when Rome and Greece eXvat

.! jti interest in the steamer Champion. sugar, cotton, rice, indigo, coffee, &c. The 'The Committee having retired for a short Committee for the county of Columbia, ii; were free, nor ii. modern times, of the greatest I loans to their directors and fa\ories1 Hare

.. The present officers of the Rail Road Co. overseer has already superceeded the Americans time, returned with the following preambleand < Ohio. The extract has particular reference of British state"mel,ihe immortal William I they made them borrow money in large BUm
in the rice and indigo market. lie also resolutions, which after being supportedin to the outcry of the :Feds against the militia of Jew
foreign brokers which
.are. : : Pitt, (the elder,) nor of our own Washington they are una.,
War
scheme of the of
plainly
.. TAOXAS M. BLOUJTT, president ; make slarge quantities of sugar and coffee.- a very spirited and eloquent manner by] Secretary and Jefferson. Will the citizens who are en. ble to repay? Have they made the'borrowers
S. He at the time makes Gen. Thos. Glascock, ,George Schley, Esq.. showing it to be another attempt on their part I
0 W. TAYLOR, Secretary ; present even more cot. rolled as the defenders of their country, longer of these Banks lands and
Wx. B. TAYLOR, ton than any other country in the world, the and Col. S. T. Wigfall, were unanimously t8 delude the people by a senseless clamor. suffer under this I buy negroes,horses
United[ We would advise those Whig editors, who gross leglectri I and carriages at exorbitant with laetr
; HANSON KELLY, States excepted but it seems that he adopted.The they longer tolerate such a system, (i prices
have been so wonderfully industrious in creating milita borrowed bank bills? Have
and
: HENRY flYER, ) Director is not acquainted with the improved methodof Committee appointed to prepare U system it can be called,) and such a peusio: they prvent
: d W. BABKLEY, cultivating cotton. His employer, the East report Resolutions for the consideration of this the panic, to examine the course of! system, devoid of every feature of justiceand the Banks from supplying with a

THOMAS EASTON, India Company, has therefore eent to the U. meeting, REPORT : their own idol, W. If. Harrison, with regardto every principle of Republicanism 1 : proper specie basis, before; making their is.
this Let them read his let.
same subject. '
I am, very respcctuilly, States an agent to procure men to go to Indiato That they have found no difficulty in executing JOHN ARMSTRONG, sues? And in short, had .they the todo
is power
reference
.t Your Excellency's obe't. serv't.WALKER teach their overseer the art of making cotton their task; they 'find all here Union ters to General Scott, \o which ALEX'R.
; TOLERTOX, these things? But oh, the the
Bank
ANDERSON, on the improved method Louisiana and I men-all States Rights men-all Southern made in this address ; and when they shall ; says
: find their certificate hero" advoca. BENJ. BLACKBURN, ires, you have injured the credit of the
I warmly I Banks
in and It is fully
Commissioner, 6ft. Mississippi. Eight or nine young men have men principle feeling. now
JOHN M. JENKINS,
1 e'i i Pensacola, April 7, 1840. recently left Natchez to proceed to India for.. ascertained that in the choice of our next ting, as late as 1840, a scheme putting the I). S. SILVERS.TALLAHASSEE. I -you have impaired public confidence a

; this Chief the will be confined militia upon a footing of vastly more expense,, I them. is answered, tht this
Miss. Free Trade purpose. They took with them our im. Magistrate, country I __. I very accusa.
4. From the ] .
[ and of inconvenience the ,
I
in its selection MARTIN VAN BUREN, greater to people, I lio.i
proved description of cotton seed. The seed to ; disproves the charge we have adverted
MAGNIFICENT COTTON, fS'IIE FL9.LDIAN.
t 'SOME ACCOUNT OF THE heretofore planted in India was like that for. the present incumbent, and Gen. WILLIAM than that now recommended by the Secretary r to, of their the of their
--- cause
EUCAK, RIcE AND INDIGO PLANTATION merly used in the bolls H. HARRISON, of Ohio. In such a con. of War we arc in hopes they will cease being present
Mississippi, or pods not FLORIDA
GBEAT BRITAIN IN INDIA. their clamor about the If : I distress, or it iu\ol"C the tie,
i and such crisis in standing army. fcder.1it i
I' opening, but apt to rot in rainy weather. To. teat, particularly at a our -- --- --- --- -
: c August 28th" 1833. the British! Parliament remedy this defect the slaves of India have' affairs, your Committee do not hesitate a mo. however, they are sincere in their oppositionto Saturday, lay 16: IS 10. I dilemma of being compelled to admit the on-.
: in act. for the abolition of slavery I
soundness
passed Mr. Poinsett's recommendation, for which ---- -- and of the
ment in to preference instability banking
4 been made to gether the bolls and berry themin recommending your si
throughout the British West Indies. Section the ground until the weather got fair, thento MARTIN VAN BUREX, of New York, the no one gives them creditwe shall expect themto FOR PRESIDENT OF TiE U. .VfATES.: I' tem of this country. Why did not the bokte'
I 44th of said act enacts "that the said act '
,
their hero" his share of the abuseof ;
them Chief Magistrate of our and give take from the .
admonitions
the abolition slavery throughout the British spread out on scaffolds until they present country MARTIN VAN BUREN. warning and forebodings

( colonies shall extend of the opened when the cotton is picked out. Our I believe that he should be the choice of every which they have been so prodigal in the I ; of the loco focos, and seek to avoid
not to ---'- --- -- - --- --
) any when
;, & terrritory in the possession of the East India mproved seed will save all this additional I southern man, and every citizen throughout case of the Secretary ; particularly, The Representatives from Leon. the present crisis, by a prudent course.
V. find that the General woud: have 100,000men
labor and tho Union who is for the maintenance of the they T'
trouble. A number of improved I
our We authorized that the
to state
Island of St. are members assertion that
company, or to the Ceylon or in the field, instead of 25,000, and that the clamors of the loco fO
Federal for the
Constitution in its
stands have rightsof
cotton gin also been sent purity,
L Helena., to India, with models of our gin houses. The !I the States, and especially for the sacred observance he would have them under arms five weeks,, of the last Legislature from this County,! have embarrassed the Banks, is an evidence

Qn the same day, August 28th, 1833, the cotton made in India has heretofore been pick.ed I of the Compromise, under which instead of ten or twelve days as recommended will as soon as one of them, (Mr. Walker,)i that the whole system b founded in pM

British Parliament passed an act entitled "An alone the Southern States joined the Compact: by the Secretary, which features' were now temporarily absent, returns, present an and
with tho East by hand, after the old fashion, in use be- I ; j I credulity gullibility-other names, so
act for.effecting an arrangement odious in the of these men, 't
most patriotic
the which essential sight address to their constituent?, an account
): and for the better fore invention of the gin by Whitney.The .- a compromise, was not moro giving -t.e the banksare. concerned, for public
India from Mr.
Company government crel
when recommendation
the
of his Indian Territories until I introduction of the cotton.gin in India I I to the t formation of the Union at first, than itsi came enormi. of their stewardship, and a full exposi. and public confidence. If tli9
Majesty's all their
Poinsett, but which will lose Union k.
non-observance in the domestic institutions
:
will enable the number of laborers regard to .
same to'i and explanation of their course. Recognizing : (for instance
sound and had
30tK 1854. : was been
of when
the April i of the South, would be fatal to its ty, though still more prominent, sane. ton well
make
ten times the of cotton
Section 20h: of said act, enacts -That the do. The quantity they now : longer continuance. It cannot be longer tioned by their candidate for the Presidency. the right of instruction{ the course intended managed, it could defy all misrepresentationand
in the U.
cost cotton
: Lord President of the Council.the Lord Privy Slates is not less cultivating than from three to four : doubled, that if :Mr. VAN: BUREN: is re-elected It is indeed most surprising to us, that Virginians -, to havo been pursued (without invitation -I clamor. If it had not o\ertradet mlI
Seal"'the t; first Lord of the Treasury, the : of whatever politics they be, to correct the of a
,
,. cents pound. The cost of cultivating itin : he will be generally indebted for that result to may ) misrepresentations recklessly involved itself, heel
per hed -
poncipal Secretaries of Stateand theChancel- I India, with the American improvements, : the concentrated votes ol the Republicans of should object to have their own yeuth trainedto some, and misapprehensions of others, the I: der the credulity and gullibility: system, !
ex-officio .
Sor shall be
the c m. We feel almost inclinedto t
of Exchequer the of
use arms.
I the Union who their former divi. call them their fellow-citizcns
forgetting recent by .
of India." will net exceed one cent per pound. The upon loco faces could have done it no harm.
missioners fop the affairs believe that those who do object to haingarms
of India rice and fruits sions upon matters which may never recur to of Centre\ille Ins hastened. The .
slaves but
f the above board of eat nothing perhaps i way, then, with the charge of the loco r
Section 24th) empowers placed in their hands, would be ready at I o
the members of the same family,,
pommissioners} ? "to administer) oaths of secrecy and have little or no clothing; while those of estrange generally, and with patriotic zeal, have come any time to throw themselves into the arms of extraordinary delay in the publication of the being responsible for these evils.! They hare
the United States have of substantial
.to the secretaries and officers." and wholesome plenty with comfortable forward to wrest their country's destiny from Mr. Slade, on the terms which he held out in Journals, has occasioned exposition to L endeavored to correct and remedy them. But

Section 3,5th enacts that the Board shall up. which provisions cannot be, obtained without men who would only drive the vessel of State his late speech, which was to this effect : that withheld even till this period. The attempt one act of the Democratic party has, in oar

point "a Secret Committee tcho shall take anpdX'oflSeprecy. Nothing into channels, from whose shouls and quick. if the slaves of the South should break out to: impugn their course, because no "stay tended in the
; n considerable out lay of money. The shoes opinion, slightest degree to caaj|
I and blanket coats which are given to tho sands the republican party have so long strug. into insurrection, and the North should be lair" was passed, if the policy, constitution ,. bad' results. was a mistake by !
There U a great deal of circumstantial evidence called to assist; in quelling them, that she I Gee
Americans cost the American gled to save her, and whose political con' upon ality, and propriety of such law was concede
planter
Jackson
negroes on the withdrawal of the publicde-
proving almost to demonstration, that would direct them (the Northwould have a right to demand the ,
t
course directly
on a
nearly as much per annum as the whole ex- ;. pass ed, should obviously be founded upon some from he United
35th Slates Bank
the secret committee mentioned in the opposed to the principles of government emancipation of the slaves as the price of her posite to m.
of the East India laborer great
pcnses including instruction of their constituents. But it
abolition must
section at the botton of the ex. I assistance. : the State Banks Had -
are thp
which Mr. VAN Buiuuris solemnly pledged to depositories.
the whole which in of his ,
sum, mockery con.
now abroad in our land. "Another subject which demands our no. borne in mad that no portion of their constituents I
;jcitement iilion is called sustain in pigctice uKader such circumstances -I b I Treasury system then been estaLlibe many
Th object is transfer to India the IIgn. How, did Great wages.Britain the i. thjjHBJroiuRcannot believe that ticeand which fir the I last six months has I been t proposed such law prior to, or during of the evils which have oceurJ. wold bare

pukurai: wealth of the Southern States, by of her large possessions acquire in India possession A the South Htipn oVthe Union, will for a the theme of Federal denunciation and patri. the last session, nor was it proposed in any of f then been averted. The cupidity of these

breaking up the South.system The associated abolition societies or slave part she took by violence, by capturing the moment do8 &(S tho choice it becomes its ; otic horror, arises out of the proposition of I: the; public prints. When the whole truth is : soulless corporations was awakened, and tie
)labour in the I the Secretary of War, Mr. Poinsett, that
I are foreign schools established among us to Portuguese, Dutch and French colonies in interest vital and policy to of make. section the Congress should provide for the more effectual I told; when the Journals are appealed to, what I perfidy and treachery displayed by them'the t tI to
The
' which tend to India; the other part she obtained, in the Ian. interests our per. they did seek to do, and what those in opposi. the
'inculcate. doctrines directly of the Union, an impartial adminis. organization of the militia. The political I government, b shocking to m
sult. guage of Buke, "by unp ralelled crimes, violated mancncy of the Federal and their political ion: to them them from doing:, will of
' fbajt Jl treaties, blood, treachery and dcvasta.I tration of the Federal Government, the best press party, prevented I sense every virtuous man. They cou Do
Section 9th gives great encouragement to missionaries, are alarmed at the proposition of and a different case will presented resist the ,
i I tion. There was not a single state, princeor interests of our beloved country, nil require at appear very b I temptation to use the public money
Jo the planting business in India.( According I potentate, with which the East India our bauds, the support of MARTIN\ : VAN Bu. I organizing 200,000 men, drilling one-half of from that represented by those of the by upon it as their own. !
the meaning of this section, none of the cot. the number ten days in each year at the pub. I discounting
to E&N. In this course, we will be who find it to
made in India for Company came in contact, that it did not pursuing : opposing party, now necessary : Florida, however this act of General Jacb
rice or indigo, he and them with arms.
,
furnishing I
Jon, the
sugar brethren of
scll.not it made that hcered by our republican expense make unfounded statements, and to draw false
it had
from 1833 be seized a single treaty ever had no influence, for here we had ,no pet
twenty can Whether such a proposition is serious groundof I
years North and West who at all times, at periods
for the company's debts.Section not broken ; not a single prince or state who re-united with alarm, an intelligent community will de inference from them, to ef.et their political I bank. Here the evils have flowed from un
ever trust in the who jf alarm and danger, have us,
/ 49th and 40th, enact "That the not utterly!put any ruined. Faith company, justice, and was hUe heart and soul, to rescue the country and the termine. Certain it is, however, that when purposes. _ _ alloyed folly, nnd unmitigated recklessness
; direction and control of the the liberties of the English people were viola. the of .
superintendence from the hands of Federalism, ; part the banks themselves.The
for and government -On !
manity were mere pretexts rappino STAR, AHOY Thursday morning
_
of all ted and the olS a monarchy more
whole civil and military government and Ihe base of monicd aristoc rights
; vassalage a
violence. What its for
and in India shall are pretexts trying enforced,these ends were brought last, (the Union Bank Directors met on Wed.lesday in Georgiabts
the territories revenues to excite civil or servile war in the United racy. They now unite with us in resisting I thoroughly .dmirl says somebody
General and four about arming the peeplo and teaching ,) the Whig, Bank, Federal, Harrison, and
be vested in a Gcvcrnor States 7 Religion, humanity and religion. the dangerous combined influence Northern t I not by sailed him "a old Buchannier, h

t pouncillors\ three of whom shall be servants "When (continues Burke)the pretexts of faith, Whigs, and their infamous co.adjutors, the I them, ten days out of every three hundred Cal line-of.battle ship, "Th Star" com. mentioned something not very complimentary

pf the company." justice and humanity would not serve for the Abolitionists. Your committee desire the I I and sixty.five, the art of war, but, by enact. manded by Admiral Bartlett, again hove in in respect his bottom,*' and of its "b
In other words all India bhall be converted facts be that to the uvres ing laws under the pretence of protectinggame t
spoliation of the native imaginary to prominent, man sight.Ve alluded to the apprehensions entertained little for We have
powers for the a worse wear.
extensive and under by which it was made penal th rand
: into an plantation put if the abolitionists, principally, was the nomination -
laid their and for her in of last
crimes were to charges; plots The safety, our paper heard of his former cruises in Tt ?
called -Governor Gencral.i I to "a present
gun.
a and that possess
an overseer of Gen. HARRISON owing, yeomanry
' late rebellions were the pretexts for plunder and has been likened to that of Napoleon week. It seems, by the Admiral's account of and times and learn that
:i (See Calhoan speech.) therefore, they considered him the most likelyto proposition Treaty" althoq
, .,. .Section 43d enacts,*Hhat the said Govern. I devastation. When money was heaped up. ; answer their designs on the domestic iusti- for raising soldiers. The great difference himself, that those apprehensions were with. often made a pretty good fight, ?
its
pot General in Cooncil shall have power to my of where owners The were invariably merchandize accused lions of the South. In accordance with these between them is, that in France: troops and out cause ; and in fact he reports, that while got worsted at the end of the battle. HelM
treason. most
I profitable -
I.; make laws and ,regulations for repealing, a. was the nabobs and Soubahd rs. These views, your committee beg leave to recommend supplies were levied by the edict of an empe. we were hourly expecting to have to record regarded as a ill-fated commander, bring1
United States
the
in
' mending altering any laws or regulations, princes, the rightful sovereigns of Hindostan, the following resolutions : ror, and for conquest ; the sad nows of his shipwreck, his vessel was bad luck to the side he joined. But
is effected
hereafter to be in the reorganization of the militia I t
whether now in force or were sold and resold like cattle in a fair. Even. Resolved, That we give our support to of the .riding snugly at anchor," and he had "gone usion to his bottom," whatever '
the wishes I
and to make lawspd and regulated by represen. b
territories
in the said because
,
BUREN ,
force: MARTIN VAN ; '
Lhegreat Mogul, the decendant Tamerlane, ashore to lay in his supply of We
British Bill tatives themselves. But is it politic t for the grog. we condemn ungenerous. Since
for all persons.whetber to veto a tecl
; regulations 1st. lie has given pledge any
native, foreigners or others, and for all, was knocked down for the revenue of two to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia. friends of General Harrison to object to sucha are willing t credit the Admiral this time,thus of Balaam, such personal assaults f
' pr Some sold I
courts justice and for all places and thing provinces.children. The prmcea were to their the 2dly. He and his friends generally, unite proposition 7 The record of the House of far, and in this respect. Wo have examine coil: upon the man who resorts to thefflj .

whatsoever, within and throughout the whole, children own to a parricidal company war against exciting their with us against the introduction of Abolition Representatives of the United States shows his log book, and find abundant evidence in their object will bat open his mouth t "

of Mid territories, and for all : par. thai General Harrison, in 1817, concluded a the various blots, and scratches, and blurs, and
and
jtud part petitions.
every eats, put them in possession of their parents principles Military Af. I hem. Pour a broadside into bun,
Committee on :
of the"said company. within the dominions his friends have sustained the report from the and there
servants. ), dominions, on condition of hereafter being 3dly. He and resolution uis-figurings mis-reckonings, cor. whoever ha is. Dont be scaredincause '
'of princis and states in alliance with of in all her Indian difficuUiw.Resolve fairs with the following : and
and dependant on the policy Georgia War roborative of his yarn about the grog, wereally
tributary compimy.&e the of will stand Ciilit1
the said laws shall Resolved, That Secretary we by you. ,
...
in event
the said company provided That we can no support -
.
inclined doubt the
works Bvrlce vol. 4th. at all to correctness
not i
tif this
and before arc -
not effect prerogative 'of tho. crown, ,, or WM. 'H KICKY HAXKIIOX for the Presidency;, be required .to prepare, lay.. .., I Ito a man with a rope round. hIs neck :(
:
_1t I- dominion of the crownover I What w the East India _Company now L ___.,__ House, at the next session ot Congress, a and veracity of his statement. The I doctrine. V :. '
tbe or
sovereignty doing'in the United States Not ,content oecause: instruction all .the Admiral of
illustrative
refuses plan for the military of fact disclosed by the
the sid.territories.. 1 1st. He has never given and to give i ,
for five ih Lonis. ;
of with enlistening men years abolition of youth in the United'States. in the way which He soon found out that several -: evidently under8* f
ffb'erejs not an':owner or: proprietor : India to learn any pledge to veto any bill for the his sagacity. The Star of this week '

any plantation ia the ,whole 8outh..who,has lana and Mississippi to go to; the slavery in the District of Columbia. I is best,calculated. the purpose, with as little of his crew and even officers would not agrarianism to mean going for a,hard can! ** '
its overseer to plant cotton, on improved of
1' "half the itbdrity-over his plantation and ne. ;it bat been endeavoring for ten years 2dly. He is indebted for his nomination to 'I' injury as 'possible to tho ordinary course only probably mutiny and 'desert, but very cy. ThatwebenoticcusedofP'; 1
system
groe that. H!British- Parliament baa given break He, culture' of cotton and the combined influence of the Federalists and education. kick him if stinted io theirUoance tation the .following i *: ,
sugaraltogether the
to up, andinterests. But this same subject was urged upon likely Cverboa we,quote;
General' of Us whose
m Abolitionists the North feelings '
do'4
..1f.q ( in i the' United States; by setting General of Hence .his, the .rita '.)
There .Is ; principles attention of Congress by Washington li. prudent 'But it would seem tInt jr
ii t 1 no negro the north against south by means of its i .are akJUbegreat, himself. Mr. Jefferson, proposed the Old : tho loco foeo*.'*r fMr; ( in the South right RopeYaroyoa ,
k"JWttlllO the forethought.
oute1y of the E 'ibrightsof
power i Wo.aasthu.ffcl'isythiy q
lt
", ., : ;....... -sodetiec. ,It has regular profossoriotonmIorzdouvhoua .:. three hundred S&t1Otth'P '
: abolition! a
r.; v ; ; ; htt r a118nt_ ,1 raising'and disciplining what Tew cu1 ,
.. much and. it. know o woujd : it l.tho olycanttatODS: ,
tG':', zr1b rat--'itUie ,as" '"bite i into i thousand men. Mr.,Madison, saidgive meleaVefto : arau ,.
; .. ._ .qyepp! of the. of""the 3dJy. persona never. disgrace yourself your,country, bylosngft lbs peoplq IDI\pa'.pe.m bk .
.-. .' .-.:;;.'( under the guidaQc'ond control com H Hppay the fines and I :say.that Jhf only-way.to provide A* a ti.P, l ..bfka19 ; ;;;; '
TgectJon : armies'in India. Th tihe West slavery, v or ::8 campaign for ,".want,o.f|
aanya 4ts ; armies, it to make them un. be i
-! 'ftljaj I" :ihe 'OpNreroor of Juitice.-.And galpst standing' .
: eih''en& ctii, & coati im 7 1 .
V India system of associated was broken The to do this ii to, provisions.! What a pityyotvw notjn )0
way
dis. necessary.: organ 1 1i r ,
I IIPI any'Uif or,regulationjUbtnent' 4thIy" BecsuN we Jiev<< !1 rian"tf t ;
- ; of fea&' up'by the influences of.the East. India Com the i izq and discipline our militia, so as to renderi command of the army at SVbi."Witbla'.. ,- . .. ; !

i4 r--.--*t, >_*.. ., to r.. iqn4nce 0'1" '''':I,JIJ.v ,. '. iJ I' fed<*torn any, "*i, :pn7 t history! ? > >leaves+, --_ *_no'i 'doubt* It wanted to.. qualified I \ and incapacitated. '.pmida-as l,.;...:.:")'" :'. ,.. '. .. -. -., ',-'iv
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' the adroUnws and cunning with We published in our paper of week before duplicated votings from the town rotea. In.. : -
admire I -
\ w. rein the Admiral, different counties and from the !I .1- -- ,*_ .;'- -
, Bank Federalists afiect to regard last the following extract unequal rep. HAfllNELIST.I I : ; ---
. I ich the : resentation I -
of the ,
counties. '
Ga. will lose
while in command of the Apalachicola They -S +
. he resolution* of the Centreville meeting as from the issue being directly presented between Port Le. : .," .. --, >
. confidence in the banking system zette :- Van ---- *' .. .
Buren : .
Harrison .
eXPressing and rand by the CLEARED, 1'.c .
in the whose .
country
r1 Florida, or in the management of our "There are a the dozen Whigs men, we tvocld have hailed fall, the humbugs they have conjured up, will By Kerr t Kilk. 1. brig Sutira, for New.York, '- '. .u.I'; .. -

off the Loco nomination by Webster, Clay, Ri,.., and along have lost their spell. We should have glo. 306 bale Cotton. FabCDOT1CO1OII Isaac P. : ::: ,"l .;_.. ..: -. --
and of a falling among with pleasure. : / .. .
jjoka, crott Brook and daughter Major P. P. Matmll, L- A: 1' 'I:.: .
election would) have )
those resolutions af. lilt of others, whoso we riously triumphed this spring, but for.the bug. Clearman John Power O. ON .. ,
TOCOS. We regard as preferred to that of Mr. Van Buren. Ltd bear of Thos Cowan, D.Card .'.. -: .

jading evidence of the most convincing cha. ?r real'y 10 tailing! wider thejlag of GauNT HARBISONHEVEU a standing army.-Enquirer.Postscript. W. GCrtinphtll, S.Lee, J. Smitlu room, ; & ':7" '; }.

the We shall cut tote from tAt W4isl'arl", The returns are all in, and it FOR Mr1a' '. ,'

rtcter of the evils: entailed upon country and let vp for vurftlrct, ir TUCT CANNOT ri.io A seems tnat in the House of Delegates the Ad. 1 1 ..I .' BeJrcIa"at
the vicious and corrupt system which the BETTER LEADER THAN GRANNY HARRISON. A The i su LtJNA, I
ty exhibit in alarming ." ministration have gained one, and perhaps Baker minstant. ._ 5ih flda.U4. J&lIet .- .
all vocates. They an
Star .
The following is his excuse for his sum. three more than last Frederick County ting ,,- hay.
year. .
brought ,
point of view the distress and ruin superior accommoAij -Lain JA..i; h .
the agriculturalists of this country by merset : I: in which two Whigs claim a majority of six on board, at Port Leaner to ':._ "* t. .J' -

upon the U. 'When we expressed our resolution not to nail votes, being contested. The Whigs have may 9 4K 2 'BETTON .. (o ooaoo forwdprioato- '". .
the banks and their managers.ViLb under the Harrison Flag. Martin Van Buren had ctU for '
GUN LOST. < the..'Of.G J.
at gained two members in the Senate. In the
.
Bjon Bank bi111 forty per cent below par not consummated his Jut acts of wickedness andollybytbe individual who borrowed Double-Bar will revert lo tie.ltiuJ: 1 1N'{. ;; .

with no exchange on ( gross insult offered to the people ef Flo. next Legislature there is only one implacable THE J.HACKLET. A .'.r -
doors of the Bank, Gun from thU Office will please returnit. .
the rida, in tne removal of the trace Call, tho honett instead 7,1S40;': 4i: -- f! ".
with but about eight Whig, of three, as last year. Mr. May 9. :.JHI .
York elsewhere and Randall ''
New or enlightened -disgraced the ermine, : 1 : .
her vaults to redeem it RITCHIE : It is in this circumstance, Notice. <-T .;. :
thousand dollars in specie in by making the reward of political servility; nor says REMOVAL. me ox
hired '
hundred of thousands of dollars deprived us of all hope of justice at his hands, by after all, that the great Whig victory appears TH Subscribers hare removed their entire es ,ftefr aaetioa** ou %h.4zb kdtt ? :';:.
some throwing himself completely into the arms of the from their old stand in roon ,'YuVw.c v, .. :
.
Berry's
Of her circulation, with a foreign debt of scv.erl little loco-focos of these parts." essentially to consist. But there are many How, to the New Brick Building on Munroe street, U .nogrocs apply for ieal"ailh.-- u *,* <. : :'.

hundred thousand dollars already due, The Admiral in retort upon us for our good. contested elections-on the result of which nr.xt.door. to Wm.H.Wyalt & Co,where they willcontinue aprJ R.I.nACXLEY: .

with an an: ual drain of one hundred and I natured quotation, says he has some valuable the majority on joint ballot will ultimately dealing in in Saddlet the same, Bridlet business, Martingalet as Ilere\ofore-riz and Harnesitt :.i. JU IT f for Sale of feeaf -

eighty thousand dollars interest to be sent toEuropewith scraps from the Floridian, which he intendsto depend." of all descriptions. Also a general astortmenlof RENT, Lot NsmWr 116. ;in the' .,

a debt of three millions due intnetWefltYYCS Harriett Trimmingt. Bill and Spurs Coach Tallahaaaee, with tHe Ho' w .
re.publish, to show our inconsistency, and MAX-WORSHIP AND ABOLITIONISM. Gig and O R J HACKLEY ..
for, Riding Whips, Trnnkt Carpet B; .. 0 'J
in Europe to provide he manufactures some to show his skill, we Harrisonians. large meeting of the halite. Saddle Bas, Hal Bow&. &c. Skirting, I !3 I "-' ,

the crisis has not yet arrived to the The Harriett and Bridle Top Leather, Hog, Calf.Morocco .
,e fear suppose. quotations he affects to givein Whig party at ChiHicothe in Ohio, lately a. and Skin -- -

of Middle! Florida. Aid or assistanceJjej .the last Star arc not to be found in the doptcd the following resolution : Saddle Sheep, Harnets.; Bridlet and Afarlingalet, madeto I .- ..:,:. .. :

cannot expect from that Bank with these Floridian, nor can he find that we ever sneer. Resolved, by this meeting, That the order, at short notice. J-. -, -

burthens upon its back. They must look ed at the St. Joseph Constitution, as he as. cause in which we are engaged, is the cause B. Retailing dene in all the WARD above&articles MAY.N. .as tf'D ..

elsewhere for relief. Economy and frugality serts. Fair play, Admiral; fair play. of civil liberty, and the perpetuity of our hap. usual. 42 may 15 a. C m 'e' : -

but additional remedies must but at deranged institutions. And ;". .. :
much, py present .
do \Ve have
will one or two precious morceaus, : Leon, Fla. .
I NOTICE. : '
'be applied. The bank. ople prate implor. from the Gazette of last fall, respecting Governor knowing as we do, that political names alone A LL persons indebted to the subscriber, willp t -Every Saturday. _' :.:t4 .: : .

about credit aud confidence j in the Call's famous keep many from our ranks whose hearts are lease rail on Mr A. P. alrTH, as bm notes are | ... .
] Committee
of Ambassadors .
nfv with be it known and resolved from remaining l ia tto Post :
us, now now in hia hands for settlement O& .:
banks, as the cataplasm"which is to ease the I or bevy of Plenipotentiaries to Saratoga this day forwardthat all political names, such may 16 42 3 GEO. GRANT. ,on tto lit oTMay 1840*"*.:."., "- '

of the wound. They protest, there is and Canada. Loco Foco A -'uect.IIlODtU. they will bs.*-<., f
ia as Democrat Republican, Whig,
!i I I Srayed or'.Stolcn. Post Ofiee as dead fetters. :. .,
House for specie, i if you will only think their The Committee---- -the the etc., be now merged in the general and heart the subscriber, in Tallahassee on Sat. Judah- E .--.
in FROM
i on Judiciary, '
as good. These arguments will do very ; I stirring appellation of Harrisonians." the 9th iiutant, TWO HORSES : onea Johnson Capl James. -
rags .
well if our Northern creditors can be Senate of the United States, have made report Of these Harrisonians, Mr. Tappan, the Bay Mae, with a small colt almost two month! kornbeaaDuMl '
old, with a white star in its forehead the other King EKvleCC -
a
1 of three different bills for BANKRUPT I ;
delusion. But this is a LAW. Senator from Ohio has said .
brought into the same enlightened on Gray .Mare! -both branded with the mark U. S. L S ... .
impossible. The merchant cannot purchase :;| One emanated from Mr. Webster, one from !!' the flour of the Senate : A II era rewrrd will be given for the return of .,nd patrick 1jab :

goods in New York, Baltimore or Philadcl- j Mr. Tallmadge.one from Mr. Clayton, repre. I j! Their conduct is open to observation. By the be found. or for any information where they may with R S Kabey Koip David Movee -.-, .'

phia, with Union bills. The Northern crcdi. ;! senting a majority: of judiciary committee; that it is well known that they hold in their may V6 42 B. FAY A NT- with Kudafl David -

and besides them Mr. Wall of !: fraternal the Abolition raid Kpp FraaUin .,
indeed no creditor out of the-Territo- New Jersey, : embrace entire part of -

rr tor,,w.lltAkc or. them for his debt. What then is j the talented chairman of the committee, proI!I the population of Ohio." i is DISSOLUTION.hereby given that the copartner- : Log Lang Lieut RobertLoddingtoa John H s .:' -

be dene ? The Centreville resolutions sug. j mised another project. The different charac- j j i, How can a true.hearted Southron become NOTICE existing between Almu Ah John R .

to Harrisonian when that and Aboli. and Danipl B. Prescott both of Tallahassee in the L iUa Lawton Lieut R B ._
j ter of the hills can be gathered from tho following !- a name 1
which
relief
of ourselves ,
pat one mode among j county of Leon is this, day dissolved by mutual a A. Lee Jane NLocketE ,
extracts of the debate : i tionist are equivalent Shame Shame !jj I ( 3Ladington .
and to a certain extent, will be of salu1tary'effect. j ccn-ent. Almus Ali is charged with! the settle-

They suggest forbcarauc to I! Mr. CLAYTON, from the Committee on on all APOSTATES from Southern principles !jI I mt>:it of all debts due from said firm to any person Mrs Mary J- .
the J : I As of or persons!, and is authorised to collect and receiveall 3 Lavinor LittTeton .
whom have the between the
u ctarvto been referred tho a proof identity Whigs
each other in the collection of debt, and the.I; debts due to the same, which will be exacted been Lyon Henry
1 various memorials on the subject of a general and Abolitionists .Reader the Lyman H C P .
-- -ponder without '
of bank bills, (at their real value of I I upon delay, and all person are accordingly notified ) .
receipt
;
S bankrupt law, reported a bill to establish a ] following paragraph : to pay np and save: Layton Sterling
course,) instead of demanding specie until uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the ;' costs.ALMUS ALI, Later Wm.C .
: "In the House of Assembly of the State 42 3- Lester Wm -
the country is given a breathing spell. Dc. j United States. i! mayl6,1840 !PlESeOTT. F
i' of New York, on Feb'ry. 13, Mr. Taylor, a --- -- Langenham Wm .
sirable as is the restoration of tl.e currency to j j Mr. C. said, it might be proper for him whig member, offered a resolution, granting middle District; of Florida : P Leaver P S. -, ":3 .
to state that there had been much diversity ) '
i LEON COUNTY SUPERIQB COURT. 2 CMUpacombMra
sound constitutional) standard, we arc in. Ling -
a the use of the Assembly chamber on that af.

dined to approve of the palliative proposed.When opinion on the subject, in the committee. i j i ternoon, to rtl *&ntl.Sla'ery Society, to hearan [11 cHcKaT.4.-.*' Lueket Mitt Harriet ;
Mary A
\s the of
a compromise, majority the' Between RIchARD CROOK'Complainant and HEN
the resolutions, adopted at Centreville address from Alvan Stewart, Esq., whichwas ; Sorrel Levy David
committee proposed that three bills should be RIETTA SMITH, ELIZABETH M. ARHISTEAD, JOHN '
of which the in. I' agreed to. This Mr. Stewart is one of B. CARROLL, and DcftndanU.Cross foot Limhergsr John C
last year,(at a meeting same reported, providing separately for the three olref. ward H LaversaeThomai.
(the most zealous: abolitionists in the country, Bill lllh December, 1839-
dividual was chairman: who was chairman of I classes of cases which the committee had fred all Lon Charles L .
and stands as the leader of the party in the opening the matter to the Honorable t: Moor Ann 31 '.
this,)denounced those who would not refuseto under consideration, viz : 1. for the case of Northern States." UPON BLcllJudgeofsaidCourt, at Chain P. McAdeeWoiMarry .'. '

take bank notes of non-specie paying voluntary bankruptcy ; 2. for the involuntary j I works bers, this 12th day of May, 18-10, by C. S.Sibley Wm. : ':'
their shall know them
!
bankruptcy of individuals ; and 3. for the By ye and L.A.TIompsorjSolicitorstnd Counsel for use Mead R S-. -. : .J
banks, we expressed our disapprobation of the complainant in sid cross bill it that *.
case of corporations-leaving each member I C 7"Miss MEADOWS This appearing never MaaerWmS _.
them. We are glad that the chairman and of the committee to vote each bill in the appears Evening, thin subpoena issued again said Henrietta Smith. Mc ownjehi ..0-. -
on
and much the amateurs Elizabeth M. Armistt-ad, and John B. -
gratification to of de !
A
other members of that have I Carol. MeyenCA
meeting changed Senate as he chose. The majority thoughtthat
be The Court House is fendants above named, has been by the Morris RoM .
their opinions, and, in this regard, acquiesced this was the most fair method of pro. I song may expected. Marshal of nit Diltrict not sonec, said Defend- i::' McVeighffWJH

in our views We excited some displeasure cceding, as each class would be debated, and decidedly the best adapted room in Tallahas. ants above reading o the Jurisdictionof a Mug6ty Patrick _
aar
voted for or against, upon its own merits.- see for the tones of her sweet voice, and the this Court, and it further appearing by affidavit eye. Maekay Major A E .
among our Ceatreville friends last year by the le the satisfaction of the Court that the said defendants ] Matton
This: propos.tioti was declined by the contrast with late forensic discord will : blaze Twynpaton
minority some
above named reside out of this '
of The Old Man in
publication Spectacles, Terriory. "r Maeon David E
-they insisting on including in in the Stale of New York in up
corporations be worthy of notice. We earnestly invite the and or
will ua L Merrell Lieut H \t Q
condemning their resolutions, and urging the any bill which might be reported. It is public for her and the CHAFMANS, No.th Carolina : / i* Ordered by the Court, that I|I 1 I McCoy J. W "

arguments now advanced in those adopted in but just to ray that, at the last meeting of the patronage the said defendant, Henrietta Snith, ElizabethM. Madiaoa Wm A 3 .
I! e'1
who will! also and John U. do .
the recent We have committee when the appear. Armi5ead. Carrol. appear and I f Meger Daniel "
meeting. seen no causeto proposition was finally --- -.------- answer said Cross Bill, on Monday, thei[i

change the opinions we then expressed of rejected, the Senator from North Carolina The Admiral says he will make a glorioua I fifth day October, 1840 or that saul Cross Bill',: vS McCoriiiokDgC1atli1i Muse Lieut SZt .:1 -

the policy 10 be pursued to correct tho vis! [Mr. Strange] was not present; lint inn previous run to Success Harbour,"' in the Star.- : be taken .confecsed against them; a certified copy 1: Calf Union MUI"wit'Aatho4. .: >
meeting he urged the propriety of inserting of this Ord.r being; published by complainant wee.k.Iy I ..
and mismanagement ol tlw banks. The mer There are two harbours of that name, Good until thai day in Ihe "Klondian.'T a nobMpaper bil!.t : B MarphyWmSMrKimniy .V'-' "-
corporations in the bill. r MIrw H,. < -. ':i: :'
chants' resolutions of last August, in which'e Success Harbour" and Bad Success liar. published Hi 1'alahu.e. and proof thereof filed Balk ''' & -. -
WALL after few Bndjej _,
<
Mr. a remarks that were with the Court I I .110 a : .
expressed our concurrence, advanced the I not heard, observed that the minority of the bour." ]If \dmirahticks to Harrison, he A true copy. TCt: i i Cipt. JBitcheX Monroe 6e Joshsa.. ::11:

same doctrines as are now advanced by the I j jCentreville committee dissented from that bill. They will bring up in the latter. He has ofion visited n.. G. WF.I.LFORD. ;; by L Mcintosh J If rf .;:. 1. 14

of list I could not consent to uniform ;. may 16lh. 1840., 4t510 C. rk. |: i-i t. Niehol '
meeting month. The Fed report, as a s) it before. .l George :_
eralists make-the tem of a which --- -'- Court for Lc" Nuitall Mrs Mary B t -.
may most they carf.if the bankruptcy, system applied Superior i: C'ouiity-- .
the .t '
Last mail :
night's brought us proceed. ,A Norton He Vy 8 t
: .
l'4)
whole of them. / itself altogether to debtors, and not to creditors NOVEIER 1t.RH. '. .t.1.<
-which applied to natural and ings of the Democratic National Conventionin Joni BaA:CM r*. \\ *W>-.J U jr., J,. ThoM J.Ia B Mrtoujabn
-
I persons AS Ciasox, : &c.. under the linn and Nichols Henry .
Hear the Star on the subject;of specie pay.mots not to artificial. Nor could they conceivehow Baltimore. They are of the most cheering style of t.dng; (" & jr. ,"lir fn. tiins Ahn a W _

:- :I the complication of the three branches character. Mr. VAN BCBEN was unanimously Attachment $1 1.318.31: I-D,&ma cs $3,0.-0.0.) : CrSond Grawwoed .

Cndor the present circitinvtaurrj of the country i of the subject, as mentioned by the Senator rc-nominated for President, and theConvention HE: dcfcuiJanLand all others interclted, are I pocket Osgood _Liettt .
.
hereby notified ot'the innlitutinn of said etbef. Oliver James J .
the) :
.
,
from could
Delaware
people cannot their debt produce excitement
U piy in gold and Iilh'erit any party by resolution referred the nomi. ., by attachment returnable to the Term aforesaid ped at O'Brien Joe B t ,
not among us, and it i annot be obtained. retard the of ,J
or u measure
progress and are required' to and the OaWjr Dtol W ; -
Suck nation for Vice President to the Democrats of ; appear, plead to .
|iiyiueulk were .
m-vrr contemplated, wlu-n which: seemed to be so loudly called for by the declaration filed in said cave, as the law directs.. Prioar Lewis i :
eootrtcu were wJ, aid lei I ,, .
-'pvftrmtd. lithe creditor tliry not, any extent country. With u view to present to the Sen. each particular State. may 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH,Alt. for Prff. Prilchard Mise Carol ..
: ufuJniakrii( ;
to coerce -- '-
-the ptiipiti will ate the labors of the minority of the committee _.l_ Ferego Cbarlee .
ctcukf tljciiii'cKvs uider tiie ii'.ca GST: The Democracy of Ohio has most Superior Court for Leon County- pariah JDptaccck '
waecwtoity.audrwort to slay latct. ty combina- he gave notice that he should move, NovuiBEa Tea, 1840.: all ] Howell! :

liOlUllo prnel.t Itle rullccllOn, ofdcbl.: II t'all, by re- when this bill was called up to strike out all wisely EDWARD BRADFORD m. U'ILLUJ CRAWFOCD jr., of *J perry Natluun BparkhiUMnMtr&ftA .. f u .

Jusmg.to urn on jurie or tile inierruj.ti .,f the of it after the enacting clause, and to insert Resolved, That political Abolitionism is and 1noJA CAasostradin.r, &c. under thetrn parties 2 ;. -
e41W t* MM! modes of pr.u>ctiuS their interest'un but ancient Federalism under a new guise, style olitfco: Crawford jr. & Carson.Attachinetit settled W.H ptiHipc 8 ,. .3
hue 1.elllo't't'd, It in lieu of it, a bill which he now had the honorto 2$S8.W o same Henry .
: IIt'1'Je of other Hale*, and that the political} action of anti-slavcry societies Rowstfn Gideon E -
'
alldllCCtI fooO.
: drive submit and that it should be I
btrt' .ty&II1J lint pc-plc to similar ones move printed. is only a device for the overthrow of THE JeeRdantl and Dan.[ Raferty Daniel '
Mr. KING and Mr. CLAY, of Kentucky, notifed of tion of said Rails Seborn X:
We quote the above merely to show the Democracy. _ suit, by aUarlmeDt.r! rflab1e t.p the term aforesaid ReedS
also and ---- -- May
flexibility and spoke, For the Floridian. ; ae reql& .t appr. an f plead to the Randal WmRansom ,
j-lasticity of the principles of. "Mr. WALL (in conclusion) observed that declination filed in said a law directs. Lie-jt 0 P .
the bank The Indians have attacked-so the .
federalists hereabouts. say 16 42 3m JO. BKANGII, Alt forPI'ff. ( "
The same the committee had reflected ou this subject, may ! Read FrancwG -- -
tug virtue which will ask the Senate that the papers-the town of Austin, in Texas; they Rush Mrs Itat et.oJ; .4 \ J'
excuse stay, laws, and were disposed to off Superior Conrt for Lon County T I
killed and scalped three men, and drove Rearene lames -. 4
to bill be made the order of the day for ,
Combinations present the collection of might !OVU'J1
the horses from the village.It JOHN BRANCH, Administrator of all and ing l Sherman LwtJt P.tf : -
at all,Ly refusing to serve on juries, or next Monday week ; but on further reflection, is very seldom that these savages attack the gods, chattols, rights, anJ crediu singular, ofJames S. ," I A Sampler John L : -. !!I
'
the of the absence of the Senator ;
interruption of Courts on account and Branch WILLIAM CRAWFtno keep Sherwood Jatfiee .
on the plea of towns villages-but they will do so if their deceased. I' rl
'aeceuity," will from Massachusetts, [Mr. Webster,] and the jr., and THOMAS C ARSON, trading. &e. ; Shepard Leww"6bepardJobn2 -
for of
not be depredations unpunished length the
the shocked in resisting Senator from New York, [Mr. Tallmadge,] go any under the firm and stylo of Wm. Crawford jr. -\- c. 1 ;- ,
I
of time. We must whip them, they will where '
Payment the faith bonds. when tHe day they blid concluded not to move to make the or cometo fc Carton. hours S lye Bcnjzaia.L '
tf payment our very cities, and scalp us. If we do as tl..MDamage. $ Sw_, GA'
arrives, on the order until the arrival of these AIchment ,00.0. bo had .
*** same plea of ne. bill a special we have done for the past year, may not tho rniHE defendantsand all others Steelt Jan**J ..
We :
); trust we shall Lear no more of gentleman. Indians make their even to B hereby notified of the institution of the said SlnIpmaa.M -
_ way
.
grarianism,""violation of suit, by attachment returnable to the Term aforesaid To ScalesAW} .
inClhe honor, "impair- VIUGIMA ELECTIONS.-The following is TALLAHASSEE. ; and are requirc to appear, and plead to the Saxon Rev Bear/ :_ -

aI obligation of coatracts," and iufamy" from the Richmond Enquirer, and shows the Washington once called upon an elderly declaration fl'd' in aid case, as (he law directs ,.Sedgwick.SaMael- :t...:. .< .:
cpestioDing 3ui Sanders W : :
the
from the legality of the faith bonds result of the late elections so far as heard from: lady whose little grand daughter, at the close may16 JO.HRANCIAU.forPIf.Superior Sec. 4 Stroraan laM. ;

banks after this. We do not hesi. i', Virginia Election*.-Returned 08 Oppositionists of the call, waited on him to the door, and Court for Leon County. SingleUry JoeepbSwiaJane .' _

ute to Bay we are i of whom Gen. against opened it to let him out. The General, with NOVEMBER TERM, 1840.WIRLIAM after ; : -
aJ1 opposed to stay laws, and --- Bayly goes A. CARE r.. WILLIAM CRAWFORD jr. lawful Smiihwidc Luke ', '- '.
4
U0fl8tdutjOnal remedies. We have ever \%7. C. Rives. hit customary urbanity, thanked her, and and THOMAS CARSOX, trading, &c., under the lo sell : _, 8asiLbMC, .. .:.. 'm _

leL The consistency of the Bank Returned 52 Administration men-and Mr. laying his hand gently upon her head, said- firm and style of Wm. Crawtardjr. if Carson.Attachment less : traotiscbola. >. '..' ..

ad OCB1ing tbem is of party in ; Fulton.who is pledged to carry out the wishes "My dear,I wish you a better office." "Yea, $t, U.07-Damar. f 3,000 00. groo Sawyer Ki ban .,.,.'. .t'.- _
from
a piece with their sin. defendants, interested, are t
of Wytbe in the full.i sir-to let you in, was the prompt and beau. THE slave SI1gttt-WiA- : -,_. ,r. H
u '
Prating notified of the institution of the said -
about
lee II Smith bc- > ". ..
faith,and n''in "public honor, "public j I To come in, 13-of whom 3 were last tiful reply. __ ___ suit by attachment reinrnahla' to the Term aforesaid sale so Skinner__ O '. ; .-..

Ieema regard to the faith bonds. i j! session Whigs, the rest Democrat But it is The Jevs.-A Hamburg paper, the Dorp. ; and are required to appl.and plead to the TeddJoba -. .-

their honor is i only awake to the in- I' idl$ to speculate upon the ultimate results.i .- zeitung, says, U the Jews of Constantinoplehave declaration filed in said law direct ether five Th.irsbj PA, '. 001-- -
,st of 16 42 3m JO. BRANCH,AU. for "
the .
Jew brokers in London. Con. 'i \ c have these 13 counties hear from-and with their Rabbi, declared that they will may Pi'1 jTaiker o. '- .

: ,Iated ltitu60nal oath, as wen a* honor, can be vio. 1: many contested elections to adjust, upon the wait no longer than mother year for the Mes. SPENGLER & L lAN, the dut 8 Tueker Thornton Rnffte Lieot R ._ .'-

ji;Jl their eontrict with our own citizens. .1 I result of which, the majority" of the Legislature eiah. If within that time; he*does not ap. caiua censed -TbUeIJrg) Wa.AHi .'. '

stay laws would be will probably depeud. Then, there is pear, they will conclude that he has alreadycome AUCTIONS, COMMISSION ,_ TomlineoQ '3mb "-. =- ... _

thai, 1rhcre perfectly .ueffec the county of Frederic in a fog. On the and that they will try and discover by 3 UpkainEj. .. .- ) t.
courts and juries wcre"not the face of MERCHANTS.Tallahassee Vaat Doorltav ".f -
cor. whole, it w probable, that upon what religion he is already recognized. The any
there .
? S WiULulc ._ .
"te anarchy did not rule, and.brute the results, the parties may stand very muchas Rabbi is entirely of this opinion, and has even Florida. crao ..Wi11iaH.i) i; :

triumph. they did last session. The opposition have proposed to his congregation to profess Chris. Fresh Provisions and such \VaJkrr Allen B .' -.....:

Ths gained, upon the face of the returns Cabal) tianity forthwith." Wlk.SON & co. nre Groere proper.. t WaJkoE"": -_ o- .-4 4.

mlr intimalea the will bear company (reported)-1 in Hampshire-Hanover- DC. of.Provisions and Groceries I from \V"mu.JlraCbar1. t1.t... ''. .. _
.. rloridiua u far as.Sltlltpoilll." We hope Powhatan-P. Edwand-and two TUB DiFEHEXCE. When bankers want Baltimore, by the schooner T. R. Betton, which Walkine Catet. .'l .r- -
Morgan- 9
-
'. as trick or war, "d that he *iH not top Senators in the Accomackand Frederick money they go and print it But when the they offer to Their former customers and the put- wiikuUoW. -- ..'c" "-

.' cNP6L Web'Te:i.ed .dricea of a Districts 8-leaving one seat from Freder.ick common people want money, they must go lie generally, low, for Union Bal Notes 'WatzoqWiflIa'Wadisro Jam -. .", -. ,. I
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"t10.Maek; looking .schooner" fault down and tan, it. And when. the latter have .&LSO-A choice .lectO; 10D. cut and AT 'Win_ "'-"; .::: -.r7), ..
:: :' frau doubtful. toiled all only what wrought NAIL which they'wi low, for 1I1an., waJ" : ; ,
and they
sweated day get W -
crew
, :?ata4harb nerI'U pirating along l< the The Republicans have gained so far, Amelia Bak,Note -_ wu -. ,.. .
.
,4n& &"utthat flpe. Tho piratical) Poca- costs" the, former penny's worth _of.paper ALSO' woall) .) -WiscM3M If., .. _- '. _
Dinwiddie in Mooongalia, good .
J ; Otoudj to be a mere" Xtt.-.&. Bath, and lamblack, and a single moment's I labor which they. woirtd_brpJaaaeu": u FRITURE who. ,' ," ,.W1aU- .t .' _, /-f_ _
.
,I c..1DOdore Gtutier hOI Russell ,(learing us probably more Yet the former hoard BUnk1Qteacratl.priee uk lalGa.. Notw, ; ': WJWeJobiaC; { ,: r.... -
oflhn email :
stamp. -
TimcaW0bttmgrtauwil with '
tazee .
: from the returns yet to come in, than a ._ _. Mayn WUiaRSM .: _. : _
to gain a..b VI .
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take i .
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1 t .a.oru ud J letyn h ii "Dleha the will We.may Dot per' specie force the people to depreciated ,- -- : .t. with! I Wvtwi. :. .' .;_. .
Opposition carry
'. -, "n.pl.ra enlJN. W.e come were.betor but :and'worthless sbiaplasters,and .d cry .. .. ...W.. r tir' i- .. -
; 1 d him iO&iCh tht pirate.; li.rleas.J'jf700 haps bo.wewf; than we 2outoftb, ; .3ImracticaWer. Srorernnumt because jtwmnotaldtheminwoQf.rsu43il v.' : 1..e w..r'p'g ..
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..':0 : .<&EGA1". ,",."'J?OT"CES" .PROFESSIONAL; NOTICES. :- Notice. ... stockif'' '--- -Be kfl1 dIDIr'- PABTWEKSH1P. .Ewn----D.r.-t... ...
mIlE subscriber wilt conL1Da ihe above boiiness ; CIS .fr'UEVI II ART entered
FRAN r
I : -- T RE.suribebaaug: sold their ..
.. WlkfJL rsifl
I ;,".,..t:: -c'\ ': -6TcE.. .' "paacAltT8 j.odi to M. Swim hereby request all per. .. lit the S. W., Comer.of '..WashingtonSquare : O-pArtnership 1st January, 1640, un- Tu1g" '.. :u.ir q; *a1ai-
,
taooliia' fJVer rdtla, 'n:a.11 pp'y' to the Attorney wid.. Counsellor .at tWILL aoa:1 indebted to them to call ana cUIe> the sam.' and Monroe Street, !.d hiring a complete .Jet the style of hiNds& HAXT, at the old 4 stand pubije geiwrw/,:Mut the> have
aaiodatS
'llK oair&br lb of Leon' the will be assortment of the beat of Linen Paper, be if now rw.: .'F l'C Wbl. II. FRANCIS, selre. ,
Jndje Co pneUca 1 ia the) Court of tbe Middle bl cash er nole, immediately, or same m'anvfactuni description i into eopartoenMg-for ;
enabled to Blank Book of
:. ;ll tf. t4tti6n u kdaiuiptmoni o.the. : and l lo.tJut Court of,Appeals. Office lodged with an attorney for collect suiUblo far Banks, Public OfSct every* Merchants .-Feb 127 LEVI HART EJlOJ .U UfO ;"sed'ic.ce' .kfStlSS'' ,

: : .W :JoL: ,WiLUT- de.ILe; .le at Tallahassee, Fla. tf april 16, 1840R P. H. SWAIM & CO. ,.setts Administrators Notice. t their pataonage.jn i the makia*, Ping <...
and others in single or .complete ;
,
: ;, .' .. St.Mark 1840 36 3m i ,tad: in of
Irit.! uapnrv ali .
.etl hid-1
and all other A of HUGH '
Deed Docket
WM. G. PONDEB Law Notice. -- "" Record, and Books I LL persons indebted to the estate a qnedactaemb&ukmests .

T. ':aprn'4J8.0 t Adroinisirators. B. HOUGHTON having retired from tbe s:1i: LINE Blank Books used by County Courts can be ..bUln.ed i n. ROSE; deceiitd. ,of Ixoncoo&ty, are hereby branches/oMbic raat ae.U4bt.'

3 a profession forthe his unfin- Frout 07pi.' Apalachicola Fla. at short notice ruled .and bound in any style notified ro make immediate payment; and all thoM i ing oflandp3tinjjaunmnaces ? :' ow .
: NeUtC. present Vfr required and warranted equal to noihern or any bother demand. will present them to the subscriber and'ut
Adatra i.Jl.d Eo- _t Coaches. laving and iTiicbes _
business will be closed by his partner, WM. .. r caaals See.
the .
< to Judge be oa
SIX ient b apply H. A manufacture. Particular attention will *, doll attested, for settlement. .'
SMITH, Eaq a gentleman on whoso capacity prawcalrlDClpIu.
o of Jeff r on County, for for business clients Ttose indebted paid to re-binding old Book, Newspapers, Maga- ESTHER ROSE, Adm'x. :: '.p'

& _bage from'We AdminIdratorsliip may safely rely. rifles Pamphlet, Music Bonk. &c. In plain or 1. T. DEV AUN, Adm'r. Tallahassee LLOtIaiy '".
to him for profesioutl services will make april 'II,
au, deceased. ornamental binding or to match )patterns. Paper March 21. 1840. 34 31 ':
BENJAMIN BAURON I payment to Mr. SMITH also. 32 ma 6 31 pn
ruled for Bills!! Letters, SfC. LA.DATIO '
; Jan H.1840 5W Admiui>lotor.. JOHN P. DUVAL, Via tjft 'f r? Gaines, Blalely ncr lie has, for. sale a good assortment of Blank ,NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS By ,Robert Raymond Reid, Gonf/

ATTOKNEV AT LAW and Broirri's Ferries, Ga., and into11' Books, Letter and Writing Paper, ruled or.plain, of MAKING ESTABLISHMENT. dajjTflERF.AS ,

In Justice Cour Ala. the best Ruled .f every undersigned .most respectfully informs -
Middle and quality. paper ,
practice in the courts of THE -madelaoQto.me.
Wlam H.lftbe. ) WILL. Florida, and Court of Appeals.\ Rca ONLY HOURS Stage travel from "Colum All\\ orders thankfully received and descrlPllon.1 Ladies Tallahassee and vicinity that De" .a"\h4 I.t

Y. 5 Amount $!,6. deuce near Gen. BrownY. New Orleans, in splendid Coirhcs, tended to. P. A- HAY she has opened a house in the above line on Monroe i Ij of,one Daniel Houck, or eO.. pro"

I: Cblli jan 2j 26 S n level and beautiful road along the banks of Tallahassee, July 13trCoUon street and between'the stores of Mr. Francis I was confined in the jail of said OI-"l. .

1 ALL persona cd arc hereby nolified, of .- he Chattah,>ochce. _River.UAi ,. Weighing. and Meurs. Gorman 4. Hall, where she hop ., [char;e'of Ripe, uas made his cacap.Cotaiatyi''t(

cltituto" of the above% Hlit11 attachmcnl, S. "'. Cannack. & ITIcdlcus A. Long, u VI' h.u.pJ.I'ARTmu-hu subscriber, appointed Weigher ofCotton. from a stiict attention to the business,, to merit a and u now at large ;' rOIlIQ4. jail

issued out Sibl -y'. rrtunnblc on ATTORNEYS AT LAW From Columbus, on Tuesdays and FridnjP at THE of an adpaFscd at tho last sos- share of public patronage. I Now, know ye, that Eostai LtxOQ.

the third Saturday in March int. and are required 6TALLAJLtSSEE o'clock A. \. ion of (the Legislative Council respectfully informs Feb 15 29 tf MRS.I M. A. CLARKE. Governor of Florida, by virtue 01' the .

,to and plead as the luw directs, FLA. From Chattahoochee, on the same darsand same nersblp.THE vested in ni. by law, do '1It
Copart
I is Cotton
that he to hereby
the offer
pard weigh
appa W 11 IIA TiERS, | ILL practice in partnership in the Supcrior -I lime after the arrival of the U S. Mail Boat from public pro subscribers have this day formed a ...
a co
either in this city or at the Railroad Depot.- Two Hnndred DoUari
7 Y of the Middle and I
: March 5th, 1840 32 Apalachiuula Apalachicola; via lola.and at Forl Gained.
Plaintf. meeting I at Port Leon, under the
His scales manufactured at the same place as name for the
:: Districts and in the Court of Appeals. Their Persons are apprehension of the said
desirous of going from Columbus Ga. fugitive
of Miller Rowles to the STORAGE al ia,
en '
those used tho United States generally, and] carry safe
In Justice' Court. for the house. by delivery to I be custod
ffice it in the court or
present, new lo New Orle n!, will find this by far the cheapest & COMMISSION business ; any jtiJi
'- Dennis 1 I l likewise by the weighers of cotton in the city or r .officer of the or.
Dec 21 20 Territory Florida
She In ATMCIUIEKT- _ nnd most expeditious as well\\ the safest and ,
as New York, and have been examined by the Inspoclor They have a large and commodious warehouse, take charge of him.. aaOlorizq"
Amuunt Dr. licujainiu H. tJ'a'lor most comfortable way ait intersects the great for the of merchandize and cotton and '
$5.0. I of scales and weights of Paid city and provo storage ; The said "
\Vmia\Viel. ) BILL lau.JA
.
FFERS his \ the Brunbwick IC. is
citizens and
profl'sliunasaviecil to Florida Line nt Cliattahoochc '
notified of O cd coircrt. <>rice of weighing, 10 cents bale. hope, by s'rict attention, and prom;'tnees in the has u1"_
arc per high large thin
penona hereby I of Tallahassee and its vicinity. Office making a travel of but GO hours through: eyes visage, i lear
by
of orders satisfaction who
stages execution to all
* ... ofJustice D. \. IIEFFIELD.Weigher of Cotton. give to from
the above suit altachmonl i issued out his
,by al his father's residence, on the north side o f Wash thr whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile,I business to iheis a cut on chest his wruu, deeply auS2
.
entiusl
care.
Saturday Tallah.iwjre, Oct. 12. 9. f may
the third hand-coff
Sibey" court returnable on i nglon Square.Tallabusee 54 hours. GEO. MILLER by one ear pierced Ie,1 ting I

.. net; and are required t appear 30th Nor 1839Charles For the Proprietor*. 'I'lIE highest premium will be paid for Notes o Refer to- JOHN J. ROW LES., scar on his left leg jast below the knee *- hi i
od plead, the law dirccts.I CADY.Chattahoochcc Bank Slate ( Florida r rather light and hair short '
-. WILLIAM Georgia or Augusta, Messrs. Cotton & Fisher, Tallahassee' very ; bis Ieflleia
I DENMS SHEA, S, Sibley January >0. 1810. 57 if Life and Trust Company North and Soul! I Berry & Dow'ing *' ; somewhat stiff which causes a limp in bu 1i.'
,
3?, 1840. 30 Plaintiff. II Givc.i under
Feb Carolina Banks drafts hand '
or on Northern Cities in I my
and
his profession1scrvices as Aitorne] For Sale, 1'o.t: Leon, Feb. I J. 1840 31 the 1t.r
OFFERS i i immediate is made Territory this
f .. Te'rtor of Florida : nt Law, in the collection "r A hANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE, with application to Valuable lands for Sale. 3Iarch.igh.ecn t.eht'k7i.

) luatinD, Tifal Ell well j Superior Court debts, $'c.in Middle Pr>ud.t. He will atteifl all I harness clm.,1. e or two home, bv ode 4 L.BERRY & DOWLlNG.or subscriber having a greater quantity. of at the cityof hundred IId rOr.'.
1 f for i he Courts in the Middle District. I'orl Leon cb. 3. W. 1. '\\A U'",liT. A. TfIOMPSON. THE' than is desirable for his own cultivation ROBERT 1'al/abulcc.

; 4- Henry Butler t Jam. A1dric / Leon County Office in Munroe Streetin thehuildingforinerl;) NOTICE. Orange and Lime Nursery alTers for sale three valuable p&nl.4tivo5-ono! ,situated By tbe Governor RAYMOND lElD.
,
&. V In attachment. (,ccupit-dby Win. Wilson, a Book Store.
as
/
:i merchant To Hit Stockholders! of the Union Hank ef Florida. FOR SALE FOR CASH ONLY. on Black Creek, about thirteen miles cast J. Al'Cjurrs Secretary of Florida
1 the 6rm of Butler & Aldrich, Tallahassee May 12th 1638. 40-tf from Tallahassee
containing thirteen hundred march 34Watches
; dere, danll not residing within the Ter- t' T HE following amendment to the charter of A NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange acres, 600 of which aro in high state of 21.
a cultivation
THE the will be in force for
DAVID S. WALKER Union Bank ofI-orida. and Lime Trees of -
and an within an ago to bear in one o r -
lot having! attorney the residue mostly rich hammock land, with .Jewelry'te..
:, the' same. to whom of taking a deposition.can ATTORXE AT LA Tlr, } G.VILL and after the 15lh May next. two years after transplanting. The Trees werraited all the farm houses and ... Subscril.
nolC necessary
be given notice il hereby given,in conformity % practice the Courts of llic Middle District L "in the kcl fcubtcribcrs to amend an to act the, entiled Union an Bank act of to incorporate Florida. and from Choice Cuba Seed, and are in a healthy the crops raised upon this plantation have outbuildings not been THE a very Lari4a Itit'"

k to IhesUlute in such case made and providcd.th.it o f Floridais office is the' first room U the riht ." thriving condition.* Directions will be given surpassed by any in tho country. Another, about ..:;:: assortment of WtteJiet
the dcpMUions of William W. Amy, CanllandeT. Bull's which adhered to, will insure them safety in removal ;k r ,,.
' t over J B. store,in Tnllalia-.sec,where he may Sec. 1. Be enacted the Governor and the same distance, uotlhcast from Tallahassee, io city Pitted Ware,
by 8ihcr
Legislate
and
and John \ will be taken the lro.npI3ntirag.I'ply to EDWIN \VDCBSKY \_
Wixen. Ainslie
at 1'.1 I found.
be about 700 of rich oak .
ways jontaining acres and hickory Spoons,
I l Council the Territory (it f Florida That if Auctioneer Tallaliavce :4hS Cutlery, &1r4 1I\ich
office of William H. MaxwelL Florida Commissioner or WM.: Me
I Dr. A. !. RANDOLPH I any stockholder! who has heretofore or may IITC- NAUGHT, Port Leon. land ; with GO or 70 acres in cultivation! ; and 1 be offers for sale onferms. IrisI
in the of New the first Sat mar 14 3J
:( city York on located himself TallahAssee. of. after obtain a :loan upon tho pledge of stock as another in Hamilton crunty, about ten milen from 1\ J! .Rj. .. He win receiYe ley

4 t1ra.in April next, lo b read a evidence in Iht HAVING proie, ionaUemVes to th* public.lie i contemplated in the tnrnly-ninlh section of the NATHAN'S HOTEL. the! Suwannee Springs containing about 2000 II. !QP'..Jes donny the winter

i case..rorelaid. is to be found al the office of Dr. J. H. act,to which thi! ill an amendmentshall neglect (toicncw THE subscriber takes the liberty of informing acres a small! put in cultivation, with farm houses WATCh REPAIRING

I THOMAS BALTZELL,Pl'ffs. lolph., on Monroe Street- nan.1 or pay up hi*stock note for the f pace of 30) friends and the public generally, that he &c. Thin land 1 ill of superior quality for the culture Is attended tt; with as tc._h abihtr and prmnrt.

Fcb 35,1840. 81 AtVyfor May(( 42 days after the same shall have become due the has purchased the House lately known a? Ih of Fell i lyluixt colt n. less as at any.thp' in ti* funlkna ronnlrf*

;. Simon Taylor 1 Assumpsit.rs. THOMPSON A FJ'.IIIIAGiE'ii shares so pledged shall be forfeited to the bank,and I "FLORIDA i-lOUSE," Quincy, which under hi Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural liridge Jan 3 FREDERICK: TOWLjL

\Altamcbmcnt 225 any premium that may be received from the sale I upcrintendance, hu undergone thorough repairs on the St. Marks, about 11 I rnilcj foula cast ofTaUlahabaee RATIERS OlTMET -"

t J: William E. VVillcy \ Sumons 500 dacag.'t ATTORNEYS AND CO UNSELLORS AT t bereofslLal) accrue and be added to the surplus and in which he is now ready to receive and enter; l ; hthfof thi! tract is i a rirh alluvial! soil .A N effectual cnn fwr letter [:: ;

: Issued Sept 19,1840.THE LAW, profit of the bank. tain, to the belllofhiJ.ability, all who may fa\'ct upon it thvrr i i. also a fine mill cat, with greater .lJL all cutaneous eruptions. Prepsrea r'g.-orm.1C4

''r defendants &nd al others interested, are Tallahassee, Florida. Sec. 2. Be it further tnactcd, That it hail he the him with their patr n\ge. water power than anv 1:1 .Middle Florida. Jaeob Rater, Baltimore. For .:le by eniyty.

notified of institution of said sail '"f ILL practice in II." Superior Courts of tIle duty of the hoard of directors. when any share may To those who know him.l.e deems it unncccts These lands will be cold at moderate price, and aug 17 If 4NDOLPH LEWaDISSOLfTION.

by and they te are required to appear Y .'TTiidie and Apalachico'.a! Districts cf Florida be torfi'itcd a." afore>ai
1 and atacment.plea declaration filed in said case, ac- and in the Courl of Appeals.Business at public outcry lo trio' highest bidder!Scfvrc the ha Ilk which the HOUFC will be kept. To all other, h r can have Union Bank Stock upon a part of the .

ofding the statutes in such case made and pro. entrusted to their care will meet with i tug house in the City Tallahassee, after giving len has only to say call! and judge for yourselves asas <" purcliafre. \V BUADEN. J .>HE CopaitntrvJnpthe hrnljr"l1.u tltinr.1rJlt.'rr

dd. J. D. WESTOTT. jr. prompt attention. 6m 12 j Ida t )'" notice. by publication in all the papers published you rind him, fo speak of him. Dec & 21 I I I t1.i-. dSv-t.vcd:f.mi! uf Wjddrl Kaadolphi & .* ?

C. S. Law Notice. in Tallahafbce, of the tune and place of bale: ISAAC NATHANS. NEW iij by imutuatcomeni.
GOODS.
:: J fa 19 30 3m Attorney of Plaintiffs. lIE anal the purchaser shall, within ten days tlicrtaf'cr; O.uincv.April33Mf I, W. W. WADDLLewi
Co-partiu'r.ship hitherto existing bet\V'cn undesigned Inve received: t J. H.
by recent-
:t -- cxicute to the b.nk the bonds and ne.e'an' THE t RANDOLPH
mortgages
Superior Court. WM.; P. DlV AL and W Al. H. BROCK- CHEAP HOUSE. SICiN AN I and opened at iheir stores Nos. J ij B. C. LEWIS. '

t : 'r Robert II.Lon and Joseph Attachment feJrDowling EN ROUGH, has been this day dissohed by- mu. to to the coniiHuto limf" rulestleguatioiic him a stockholder! and and restriction. bestjJ.jett 1 ORNAMENTAL PAINTING GLAZING', Herrv'd l Iow.: a general and w ill aborted p I II I Tshl.iJ.assee.: Aujn' 13, 18",.

&c. j $159 94.-in s- thai content. and I Fall! and Winter Goods, consisting in of I The business will be cr.rtizauedhy tIlt sab,
r, trading as .-; and be entitled lo tfc sanio rights, privileges Paper HaiJfriuK. part I n.
WM. H.BflOCKrNBROUGIl will continue tor'sde Bagging and Bale Rope I ILmnsey's herswill, ondtr tlc firm of
Berry & fumrsit.-hlud i Randolph Sf Ltiawb
and ininrjnitics rfll HE
jfttarantecd
to undersigned
as arc an original most inf'oriristhir
Dowling : respectfully
.Feb. 15 1840. Returnable : at Apdlarhicola:: nd practice in the A plla. i I and KerIlPY.JC, M.-ite! the affairs of the former
: stockholder that the! sale and forfeiurc JL citizens of Tallahassee and prtnertiii
ch.cola; District and the : provided ; vicinity, that he '
William E. Will-y to next County of Leon :and the 1 is French Whitner, Duflil and twilled: !.n- I J. H. RAN DOLPU.
0 Court of ; o shares hall not operate to direst the bank of any prepared: lo execute, in the neatest manner i i iof
Tcrm.TlE Appeals regularly, and in JctYerson and, any kels anz J1lr B. C. LEWIS.
April Gad den hpccially lien which it may have had en the property of the the above branches, at short notice, and at price'* | ---
employed. Lo-\cll "os. I.\ 2
defendant and all others interested are Nov. 20th' JirJ9.T defaulting stockholder; but the same shall remain I which will induce those wanting work done to give 'I i Russet Oznaburg No'rICE.rIll .

;. I notified of the institution of said suit bound for the security of any debt he may owe the h him a call. Country orders promptly attended (to. [I j Rich Heavy Bru'es! and Brogan Scotch!, II E Subscriber 'Las just received and'dTea

4: 4 byaLlcblent nnd they arc required to appear i LEGAL' NOTICE. bank, whether as payer, endorser or, surety until I N. B. Paints of all colors ready prepared and I i! J Urussel. Wilton Carpets for sale lour for cash, Gentlcmru's fine htid

: plead! declaration filed in said case, according Thomas Baltzel! and Walker Anderson Attor the same shall have bcrn fully atvfied.| mixed for use. T.ll. CLARKE. | .., and Tafted Rug, B v Fa !hiou ble brass .
: ;- to the statues in such race made and pro neyt- at Law. will practice in copartnership in tin JOHN PAUKHILL C o.shicr. Fc)15( l 29 If |: Caned! Fenders and ".y'* Cap*, TrAveliirijj Trunk, do. Bag ;Trm[

4. vided. CIIAS.S. SIBLEY, Superior Courts of the Counties of JefFerson, Leon March II. 1839. 3;,r ""Ton' And-Irons. I !lill.! Yalceses, an I a trlod wrtmen Clulb- C'.
v. (e 22 30 3m Attorney for Plaintiff. Gadrden Frnnklin, Calhoun and Jackson, am !I ph k'.C.hlarleyA Superior Court t tofb'arah Slah'gany & (tiilt.framrdl:1nlel Glal''t, I mii inJ miff" Clulfiin .
!n the court AppcaU at Tallahaesec. To George Mitchell I Harley, J' Spring Term, 1C40.J! Feathers, Matra. :eand Bed*'cad:, I I ready "

; DAKICC. T. LINGO ) Middle District of Address of ThomaK Ballzell, Apalachicola. Formerly of Motcombe, in the County of vs. 1 Attachment $ '3. j With a general assortment ut' choice Groteries.IIardiaia T..Iial.asge.J :'; qC._ L CA RLTOJ.
I l&39
: vs. >Florida. In the Supe- Address of Walker Anderson, Tallahassee. Dorset, England, or to his next of kin. W. E. Willey. L Damages $1000.H! and Cutlery, Staple and Fancy Dry ;v. U,

SIUDRACK ATI' 'f5. )rior Court of Leon June 15. 39.-tr is hereby given, that if the said I THE defendant and all other person interest. *Goods, fine Boots ffnd Shoes, Hats and Caps, Boot Manufactory.

4 County. To Spring Term 1840. ANumpsiL Attachment -- NOTICE Mitchell son of Thomas and Ann arc hereby noli led of the institution Crockery and Glass Ware, Pickles Catsup, Jellies FTB IRE subscriber is now prepared raanuftttoro

: for f 62J.5S.F ( CABINET lUAKIXG. Mitchell, of Motcombc aforesaid, is now living 01 (the above suit, and are requested to appear and Jams, Pyrups &c. JL any work in 'his line, at fair prices and iuru -
defendant, and all! others interested ,_, HUbKcnbcr thankful plead to the declaration fil. d in said All of which they offer on accoiiu iodating term !
THE are II "'r" THE bi-cu dead, should have left any personal rcpresen- I cae. > g employed a number ot the but workmen from
(I notified cube institution of the above: < ,. _. _. pant favours Rccpcctifnlly -. ta ive in America, fie or they may hear of something JOHN P. DUVAL, and at their usual low prices. the city of New York, jiving them the bit hot

F auit ; tad are required to plead to the declarationfled informs the, citizens lo his or their advantage, by applying eitherpersonally Jan. 30th. 1S 0. Attorney fur Plaintiff. JAMES E. BROOME A. Co. Wages and determined supply a good articllrf

It. m the same, according to the statute in such : ;,I Tallahassee lie continues and vicinity that 01 by letter post paid, to us tho undersigned HULL Tallahagsce. Nov. 9. 1830._IStf ijalfSkin and ". He trust to receive')!)*

i;: c made and provided. r-r E Cabinet to carry bnninws on the in within three month from the date hereof Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, Leather, Lime, and flair. i patronage of Lbuse v htl consider lie eacoimg-

E JAMES A. ERTIELOT. all its Making the Should any person be al"e to lend a certificate of Tho reputation of which, las become established as 'JH K Subscribers have constnnily" on hand! a nient of the southern .: uifacture. Kepiins:
c: mach 1840. 34 Att'y. 1-1'f : vanity and Kiboldn at old standornirs.3 i he said George Mitchell's dcnth.a moderate remuneration the most safe and eificacioas remedy 4i complete assortment ot"L :,\TB EK,SQitabr! I done neatly and prnmptljr. .-

oppooito will be paid. The said Geo. Mitchell if r ever discovered for for Gin Bands, //..ins", CMri'ge Topn Boo's and FREDERICK FILF.Rrc ..
.. 5O Dollars Reward. Col.orders! Wyall'.s Store w here he l living is about 41 years of age. emigrated I Influcnzi, Coughs, CotJx Asthma: Whooping S hoes, &c. Also a constaiitsupjdyofLlME, and J, ) '- ei 20m6 -
from
will bo ha to receive his friends and
t from Plantation of pry Sidcboar Bureau' from England alioni 15 years since, and the last I Cough. Spitting of Cloud, and all affections Jf" .HAIR, for Plastering : .ill!! If which, they offir I I.- Notice. -
the and furniture
F RUNAWAY iu GacUden county, public-gtnerally. letter ice h.ed from himva: dated at Now York, the Lungs. | 'low< f-rcash: or in exchange for hides, at their Tan I
i of description, made: in a fashionable Co-Partnershipr reJetorvleuislini .
I L every thft-2jlh of June I lriJ6 ill which letter he presenting this useful I Yard. BROWN & GAL15UAITH. I THE
L :Negro Boys, reasonable on ex- I IN remedy to the pi:MIC, j I STEWART '
To substantial manner and on terms and l Tallahassee, An II Itf- HH' .tf BARNARD, tea-.
proprictorisauiliorjsed
William. pressed an intp.ntion ofgoing to the Vest F1uridaor I by a Physician fpi.nwhom ? dissolved by the death[ of '
i named and the
!r George ho hopes by utrict attention to business to merit s'nioi partner, .111pC"rvDS
left on Sunday morning last, is i and receive a liberal share of the patronage vf the to the Western States to settle. I I the recipe was coi.fidcntially. obtained, to Notice to Cotton Plauteis.AMES iodeptett to the finr are re'1u sred towaka
Dated this 10 h day of October I839.at ihaflcs- stile that he has used it himself! and in his i / "
.rears of age, stout made, rather a ( public. ex tenJ BOAT RIGHT'S IMPROVED: COT.i mme4. settlement and all having elaimi wiff
: Mil look when spoken toEddleiwsthlLilifL hand JACOB BLESS. buryin the County of 1 0r", I. England. sive practice in Pulmonary oflctliona, with astonishing TON SAW GINrf. ple1J'esenl the/ same.E..B.1NARDJr.. "

and once belonged to Mr. and 'had plenty N. B. All kinds of furniture repaired on reason. HANNliN & UUTrER, Solicitors. elFeet. The happy combination of vegetable TAKE this method: of informing the Plan- Surviving Partner.
lan'ey. Any further information be obtained of Jas. s-ubt-tunccs "t which il in rut i I T:1I.aia..ee!
of cloJJiing. able lennn. can rely competed, ters hit I have established a sun,, in Q.uin.-y. July 14, 183Q. 49tf
William is about 25 of six feet !high B. Gambh- & Co. Tallahassee. 22 jan 4 arc peculiarly adapted to diateabeiof the Lungs f the of ,
years age Tallahassee Sept. 7lh, 1833-tf Liver and Stomach. er purpose furnishing1 them with the above atchcs, Jewelry, Silver Ware At.
)his knees rather bends back when standing erect, .- '- T it. nULL A CO. Have just iecei\cd:; articles, made on the last improvement. The improvement -

r has a plcaVaru countenance and reads and writes: NOTICE. t" p'-r ship Geneva, and oilier ai i ivals, o general I.- and This the medicine has (been used very extensively, is in the nb! \vh".ch: weir out. fir"t. BAUSTINrJr,4CO.havo .'

I well. is supposed he make for North Car ,.HE Citizens of Tallahassee are requcbtcd t
olina. I \i Jl clear up and keep ths&T lots and back yards l hl1\I; ,,brown, nuxe'l and fancy ClothsCu, <'imercs, in which il has: failed in giving relief in di:e.i'c-> teeth pa: through, a new set can he obtained in ;1. IZ .: store formerly oecopW:ly

I: will give $25 for each if secured to I can gel clear of filth and rubbit-h. JThu Corporation Cart Testings, &-. which they would/ be pleased! to nuke for which it is re-commended ; even incases aj- five minute*, l It) imp'y! sli linj the breast a quarti I I fr.1; F "f Win II Wyatt. & Co,..Lem

thatn) and all reasonable charges paid for their delivery will go round the City on ITednckd.iys and Saturdays up for their customer They having been selt etc a proaching to cor.Mimplton, attended with bleed.iiff; ef an inch and l putting a \edo under each s-jte: ol ; 5 they are now openin i beasliful -

A the plantation, or to me in Tallahassee. and il i i. requested that all litter and rubbish with; great care from the lattat New Yoik ImporUtiona forjthc failedthe Lungs and ul.ucall other reined;,.! had the Gins which will give a new set of ribs 118 rood 1'\i, asiortmcnt of aitkJjia

: R. K. \ES r. he collected and deposited on the f trect*, early on cannot tail I to pl,'asc the most fastidifiua.KI2IPY most decided and flattering success has a" t'la'! first, and so en, until 'they are worn O AU' .- their line, such u ,

: April 11, 1840. the morning of thorn days, end '"n no other days in M\DB CLOTHING. attended iUntc. Common ci-ld, which are"ine! f.ve or six plarrc.I Gultl. Lever, Auchor.:,CVW-
j the week The weather set in ihp rally the cllVct of obstructed prn-piral'oi! will! tlrnd! Virjp Watches; Rmgvas Dian ,Oar-
xarm having Supcrfiif hla-k, b1ue' nnilftncy emilored drab coats, I wi I keep constantly on hand Friction Ro
ADELFIil HOTEL. propriety of mcli an arrangement i is manifV to all 1 Frocks do. yield t<> its influence in a few hours : when p-cd in I Gina and Box Gins: vvliich I r vx, Ruby. Garnalc.c.. ; Broaches a* D\imoi\ ,

THE undersigned having purchased from Gen.. who have. regard for the health of the City, ar.d i it Sujicifinc hue! blscky&ra, drab, nnll l mixed: .\stlllnll,1l0:1rtlCIll''I', WhcLviiig, and shoriue- ol. every respect, or uo, sale. My wairanl price to for please Friction in: :Mcsair, Cameo ; Enam,lied oinlinj',te *G MFilligrce
known breath it
BROWN, that wcl cttaLlilh.ent is hoped that tho citizens generally will comply Over-coats. PjW;lolha per ;
called the Citllote1 the city of Tal. with the above regulation. Blanket do. *. rest andslee,!. In whooping ci.ugh it is \> iliuu.: $3 such as Tei Sets Tablu and Pesfrt Fins; dp poo
Jy&tr Persons
per saw. Gins
hassee, have hOlse under lie c r a rival. It operate by gentle expectoration and wishing buy for their Cups, Silver PI ted Candlesticks. Cake: Barietr.
order of the Council, ,
By City Fine, Llark .P cass.. Pants Fancy colored do. next crop, would do well to call and
cximine .
th
{. A4i&hi Hotel. They are now making: i may be given infants with perfect saf so: CastOf1l, Tea SetaCoffee Uin ard SpoousfCst-
h imprt. A. E. II.1RRIS. Buckskin Plaid,fe"Ribbeil do. Spangled hoeslin do :ty. Gill!. All orders will be attended to ,
improvements and repairs, and will 'DprillS :33 City Marshal. Common Cass.'do: of nil colors, fine blue, mire L;, For sale by RANDOLPH & LEWIS. witbpromplncss. levy Guns and Pistols Canes, Astral' Lamps,Mae-
4h.tung* an ulnlie Brick Building erected _jan 2j 2GA tie Clocks, F.mry Goods, & -.
and Satiinett do. .
Fancy ___ __ Old Gins
B.GAMBLE and his brother repaircd at the shortest notice
on Vbo'property' whereby lliry will bo able to ac- JAMES :GRA'i'n Jeans and in All of which they invite their fiiend andtb
)
Kentucky NOTICE. the best
GAMBLE have this style.
( visiting this in a day i
call&mmOal faclnry strangers mtnner. The Public county may dq>cnd i bu.incp:, at the old stand GAMBLE & RMD: under Double nnd single breasted Cloth vest, Superfine DURING my absence from Florida Barton I refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Edmonds, of public Nice to watch call and examine. .to-
alienee
C.I repairing
Mack blue personally
black silk Velvet lo. Plain ami Satin
the and & Co. Montic-cllo is and Quincy for information these
upon every attention to their comfort' name style of JAMES H. GAMBLE my agent as regard Gin, or Dee 21 20
JOSEPH CROSKEY, They a:k the same liberal share of public patronage do. Fin figured do. fancy figured do. ney. JOHN F. TUCKER. any planter from South Carolina who has used
Colored! Valentias., of f superior quality, Fancy jan 18 26 them.
: DAVID F. WILSON. bestowed on the lato firm.JAMES \v. COOPER. Lauds for Sale.
Silk do.-do cloth Velnl-'air, fancy Thibet,-
Tallahassee. April 3d, 1S40. 36 B. GAMBLE: coloieJ bilk Veh"et-Fancy figured do.-superior For Sale, Mar 14 33 tf PURSUANT to previous notice, the Ap j-
J. GnATT AN GAMI5LE.: two hone -
quality! and latest style cut silk VeUei do. ONE Sulky Wagon. Leon Academy.THE Company now offrr fur sale
: (For Sale or to Rent
Jan 4, 16.iOI' 22To one Horsu do
do-with
"VTIOS the present year section 8, ( Laa -- -. A superior quality of Ladies Cloth Merino, 'Icte. : IlarnclfJ. &c : Trustees of Leon Academy announce to entry tho following Pine Land in Lena CoWJ-
15.i .-
mp 1
Planters. WM. FRANCES In Town 2 South section* ,
't'hibet und Damask Cloaks. Public that -Rauge 1 Eort
? township) situated 4 miles Nortii of Talla- they have engagod Mr
/uasee f- OH Ole Georgia lload, on which there are IRON SCREWS received by the Schooner! Childrens German Jackets and Pants. c-No8lh--, lC3f SUEKTMLL and Dr.Moone to take charge of the Male! : i 18, 19, 23. 25. 26, 34.35, 36-aod fraelioas ussoM

b about 80 acres of cultivated Land, well fenced in. Hankcy, from Baltimore arc HOW ready Merino Cravats, black: Italian bilk do, superfine Hfly'sLiniueiat, Department of tho School just established by them I in sections5,6C,9T. 14, 15,17 and 24. '

Apply to: F.GERARDJN forfdelivcry on the payment of the same. Apply to twilled d,i.Li CERTAIN CURE for the follow in? Jilotnl'l. in this city. In Town 3 Sfluh,rlog'C 1 East sectionsL*.*,-

&II 4 3C Port Leon. June 22 f .1'. R BUTTON. n n in and silk Pocket Handkerchief-. ing complaint, established in New York and The School will open on Monday ncxt.in tIle old I 5, 8. 11. 12 13, 14,15. ',23.I., and frictions3

RICE Cotton and woolen shirts and drawers. Cloth do. used in our principal Hospitals, and by eminent Methodist Meeting House. In this new attempt and 10. '

: DISSOLUTION. FOR Sale 30 Tierces Charleslou RICE at Boy do- Cnildrcnsdo. Medical men, with the greatest possible succcs I establish Academics in the City, the Trustees earnestly lu Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections*)piU.

THE Co-Pttrtncrthip heretofore eristinj be Marks, or Port Leon by Oakland Philadelphia made superfine Boots. (externally) in the following complaints. appeal to the pride and invoke the aid ol : and fractions of 19, 29 and 32.

I n tbe Subscriber, in tne Tallahassee HOLT MILLER. Negro clothing of all descriptions.Buckley's For the Piles, I Tightness in the chest their fellow citizens: they trust that while flour.ri!, In Town 3 South range 2 East-sections 6,7..

Exchaa; ;*. u. this day disjiolrcd! by mutual con ELLIOT'S CORN CURE.DR. superfine Philadelphia made fixshnn- For all Dropsy, especially in children., ishing Academies are liberally supported elsewhere i and fractions of 5, 8, 13 and 29. ?
The business: J tlcxjed G. Wi I- able Fur Hats. In Town 1 South 1 West-sections 29,
rent will J.
e by ELLIOT'S PL.4STEltJraslJeen with Tender Feet, Foul Ulcers of the around them, the inhabitants tho Capitol of th e range
, % Miunswboi' 1 .H d&yauthorizod to settle tbe same. : success : And wherever itjhai$ Metis fine silk, woolen, Merino, and Cotton if 0- SVjre throat by Cancers or other fungus sores legs, Territory will hence forwaid manifest a more do- 31, 32;33,34 and fractions" of 19,20,27,58,35, *

q. JG.: WILLIAMS, been introduced has the of siery. or ulcers I however voted interest in cherishing their 36. _
superseded use other: obstinate own city institutions.
.April 1640.' WM. W. TAYLOR. Broad Cloth, Caasimercf, Satinetts. and Vest Croup or The whole! of Town 2 South, range 1 WestU
remedies for the cure of Corns.A fall long .tarfdiu', .
descriptions.
ns > 17 tf. sections and 36.
TALLAHASSEE EXCHANGE. few applications entirely remove the largest ---- :_ Whooping Cough,' Fresh Wounds The scholastic year will be divided into four colt 5,26.35
corns, and prevent further pain. For Sale. There are thousand sessions of eleven weeks each: and the following At$1.2Sto $ peracremcurrentbihtl0tlbTerritory. .
m i lfEub rsber returns his thanks to hit friends many certificates of the *
QUARTER SECTION of fimt .
Piicc 50 cents per box, with directions for use. A rate Land, most respectable end authentic character} rates tuition allowed, to bo paid in advance to I .;
% .liberal bestowed tlti ol
_.fprlhe patronage upon situated two miles norih-wet Tallahassee. many These Lands offer advantages for pasturVcultivation
Fur Sale in Tallahassee tbe the Treasurer of
at Drug; Store of which be examined where the Board of Trustees.
: L id"aabM ni,. aud informs them that he is still to may the article is sold and Timber.
all llios who call him with RANDOLPH &. LEWIS. Apply It is i used as an external application, and for Orthography Reading, $S I superior tidIt.
.; prepared to erve upon R.J. HACKLEY.July many Cash payments will bo required for ha1f
May 18th. 1838. The
.ih'e'besl) 'Uie market, tflbrdc. .His tible is well 41LL ..t 3fl, 1839. other complaints enumerated in tho wrapper ill The above above with Writing and Arithmetic 10 I and smaller fractions of.sectioos. ,All p ::

; \prded} ..'and the-ar etored with, Uv choicest & perron having claims against tho Sd IJ. considered remarkably effective; but for the Piles with Grammar and Geography and over these may be made on tho usaal terms Of '
WJ.N 'tmd Person be :9. scriber will : PAINTS, OILS, AC.a50O it has no equal and the bound History, 12
Liquor can ac- please present them ojpnt are now to 'aDd 1,2 aBG 3jfor
immediately that isi 4th in cash
4 .comsta at.aflhiourzith meals, and at the (or splllemcnl, as he will remain a short lime I in lbs White Lend, in oil, in kegs of 100 1 hi refand in all cases where U doc not cure. The above, with Greek and Latin, and General Company: of the, ther 3-4ths., "

,,'. t' rho'J. i ; hUJce. solicits coiitiucancc Tallahassee .ortbo and 25 .lbs each-Linseed oil, Spts.' Turpentine, L M. Com loc & Co. Proprietors. For sale Literature, 15 I payment uc1 "
Herespectfully, a purpose of settling his business. by French Lands io Gadsden and Leon,io ..
"r : Ci 4 22 Brushes, &.c, and Window Glass various sizes. nol RANDOLPH -extra charge of 10 h .
I pyblk v or. Jan J. J. DIRGE. ; 4LEWIS.. By order of the for callivaUcn will also he sold as nsi.1oa fcation .n-'-
.t AprIUIs)840', J G Jf1LL1A tS. ---- Foraalcby Trustees.A.if.GATLIN to Joh at Apala
Camochan. Esq.
__ Copartnership. RANDOLPH & LEWIS. L. CARLTON .:
,. : 'l r [ Fresh Seeds.GAADEN Ihe Sabscriben and settlers will be prefernd !
march 4 32 .
'
subscriber have this day entered into April 27 1839 38tf merchant Tailor 184Q Secretary and Treasurer.
.
5.
"
TX'ITCIIEN U ,'
; Ilcruand flower seed THE OULD purchase of their seUlementr provided J
.. JI.'a'Atlo !I' lot: of Bulbous flower. Roots, all as peneial' commission and for- CO-PARTNERSHIP. respectfully inform the citizens Qr liny. their arrngoments"nhhiii a suitable time:"-
4'q
',, .warranjwl, eatii{ ; warding merchants under the style of MeNu ul Ilt ,,HE Soiiscribers' have entered into partnershipunder returned of'I'ahhahasseoanditsvicinty from New York with ; that he has U'O' Hay at private sale Apply to For purchasers from U a Company.h-'

,t .. : :A (r.yt:r oIuoiM of Briftmin's Gardeners AH.I:* & Ormond. WM. McNAUGHT.JAMES the firm of J. B. BULL If CO:, nr.d. Cloth, Casslincres and a fresh supply of march 28 ED. W. DORS EY, .3, Berry Row: n arrears with their Jm.ntl" aro espectMJ1.rt\

>*nli'i\j\ag\ \ full dtrrction* for the culture of fruit* ORB10ND. wi'llarry on the business of MERCHANT TAILORS style.and the finest* Veslingi' of the IIlIwe.t quested to settl wili the Subscriber.or 1fi 't

:' ', regulable,*.,.and. flower. Jest received and for alt Port Leon Jan 20.1840 20 both in this place,and thc city of.New those that call on him fabric'to, which he pledges:lo Twenty Dollars Rew rd. .' Carnochau during. .the. seasotw -to..i

"' I ..,, : RANDOLPH. LEWIS. Abraham Spanker, ) County Count, (Leon; in York. Arrangements been made for a constant newest fashion. To have madeup in the 'rOLEN from the Subscriber on tho ITtl of the: '. J.B.BaO lf"f
pleise the
Ig" Summons ad and full supply of Cloths, Cftssimeres Vei t. gay and fastidious present instant a SMALL MOUSE COL' d CoapUft
.0, !?5'4 vi. >asumpit. re the Subscriber has A/cat( ApaUchiCoIa .
., : Henry Wychc' ).pondendnmfor foOO.Roiorn.toSpnng .. Iriga'{ [ etc and a large assortment of Ready Made employed R. R.. Pilgrim, who OURED HOUSE' :MULE' .about fivejean 'old. Office at Mr.-E.Barnard'*,TalWnwsw.. .: '
f. :f HE'tghsetiber iruhcs' to sell several vplgalle : term I889fdaUd Dec. 6th, 1839.' ( I'lothing, and ihsy arc now prepmed to accommo. will give his undivided auction to the. ,Cut ling .This said Mule was taken off by' &.negro ,fellow jan 4 .22 -"' '
-II': ::: ; a"'li' ;. lute their and DenartntenU who calls himself William '. '
l.a.l 9g cg ; sp." "ro1ide.tc. customer he public in any article Rose, acJ saya his master -
; 'r!' J t1:1 1\I\tl "Jcrc1iitaI Ill ..lahvr HE defendants. and all othf ri fntlrertciJ.areI.'rebr. ;. called for in their lino. One of ibe partners, Mr. ,Tallahassee, Oct 20.JfS9.. lives i :i in Bullock,County Georgia, aarlee with ,S'a7ed.t: '

p IIl'; .1 ?iQu4&1ed witl-in .thbrtctr; credo; : notified the institution of' said sail Wade, residing in New'York, will'enallle them to Notice. him'' pass for twelve month 'to. bira"bims lf a* FROM my pI&nt\L1 &outtmth

?h' 4t ..... nOU a'1'. GA.MBL.E.. :ktuclime'nt! ode1..a' required to appear execute all ordeis promptly and on the mOAt rea A LL persons indebted to GKOKSC' wa toner and says be baa,''a wagon and team *T BAY JIORSE' MUL" .

f i.f WJLrIn) 'la.. t8Ua'.t' 18.$9. cud pW! llo- tbe 'decIsratioD filed in'Mid.can*, ,according sonabk terms.. J. Q. BULL, are requested to call on W. R. \V. GIUNT, his o.'n.:which: is all a, lie the mid fellour has a larmark.onlyth*.?gn.ortbe j*tr. M- '""'SiS,'(
t to lite staluUf in such aie .ro da and pro HACKLEY Esq., been worked fcwl; owftl.> Any %? :
) .. r HENRY. WAD] ; and sotltb their; scar over one of his eyw, appears to have been < : !
aocouftl*, tat
by tueISlb
'. .. f; '. .':(. .oUpe.:1 J "id' d. tJ.t..D.'WEiTCO"M'ljr." # Talaha! Mltas -lTtMJ. kM1ETAIJLE a' 15 All] account net of,April-' with'a knife,and mother,b..,en"his thumb tad. will >.fWlyrweJttd" beside* L'liMnU| !. r
c1 i' Ur, I 1b, uh ra ar6' uLI". eAtorneyoCpiainW;... -- paid byth.at time will be put in Addrt I.lUFUi'tJMa>isil. ';"jtor -***
,. L ; ;:. .11I'In ir." wUI .. suit. *. Corogct.Iaa: cuts will i knife;\ which: hisndpct I _cm n **f> yt '
: : WGRAlfI' MK3i1nr
:9 vi .ut.ty"UU1" *"
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lzitt ; ifi. 4. r'J ., lot' -'t "1'rir: A; ,. ; marcbSi <:,34,. t .. ,t. > .//, .i r.coIleCIe4.I .I..Any'VerioxIltathe'sid Negro _Del ""-. --C.f'
;:i of jfQ\i4pzybv ;.b'r 9 'r.u4t.4. J :br T' ,I \1- Mule; h&lJ ce".et 14t& "..fd wkTsl1.hAa

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