The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 8, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TallahauM! 17th,July, 1840. THE F LO1I1Di4x' :; l: .natite* ef rod.aa 'rt
GENERAL: : ORDER 74O. U. I sanctify a& rpa which k *rteV Te.benion .:

lIThe following instruction hav been received .. I and, -rfreabyW-TnaBy*!*

from His' Excellency, Roicrr RATKOMD REID, .
I < with frttiriedical wbicb In
r>nmaa4er4n<3iief of the Florida Militia. The '" ,- t i t ,
attention of the Comnudinf Offioen Brifadas "LAISSEZNOUIP&IRE." ic 1 ef jboosaads of
ReriroeflU, and Volunteer Corps, U earnestly! in- .' .--:, infatuated w'' P "Hermit and
yoked U the strict. fulfillment of the infunetio&s bsuccsors to1;:preciprtatsr
therein caoUlaed Any direlictio* of fluff on the ant i1IwzBIL g a tmmILmYro ATfelfrATffTAO ( a t.
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and merited
disapprobation.Tb holy. t
Ofioen commanding the different Ref imenls, I ABOLITION -INFATUATION 6F 'cloding the most rabid Abolitionists from the they then complained of was, that the Sooth! the infidels.a .

will bear in rniad constantly! Geaeral Order Wo. 9-, FEDERAL WHIG LEADERS OF North, ,I take the political character ,of the had an undue share of power in the Andtta Souterm anJ a rwgizrn,

by a strict compliance with which,be it U afforded to be hopedtLat the| THE SOUTH. members of the committee themselves, as con. tonal!apportionment representation con.Co. Representative of the I threatened to

frontier an against efficient the protection foe.will LXTTXR U. elusive evidence of the foul combination I gress, and the Hartford Convention made pro. be desolated by a fsnssn more relentless

Border of His Excellency ware R. RRu>, (m.lDuderinChier. the aMoal meetiar of the TALLAHASi To the Hon. John M. Bott havccharged. pition to and the Constitution, 1 as to and bloody than t barbarism o the G
AT i I assert and I have the proof to show,that South of a portion. of its present and Vandals, yottrtclf the
GRAHAM, RE JOCKEY CLUB in January &, an Sir. The most extraordinary srp
JNO.GenL Fla Mi. Association was formed to be called, "The Tallahassee er exhibited in spectacle ey. no less than THREE of this committee, power as al to prevcnt the admission into the LEADERS iHdxerezdcgarnstyntrown .
Adjt.-and Insp. I Association for the encouragement of Bloodied witnessed in the polititictl combination warfare' is DOW which laboring night ant},/day>to overthrow; the Union new States tolerating slavery.In constituent, thus giving them character,-
ExBCVriTT DtrAtTMtlTT, Hones in the Territory of Florida." of lareholdera Administration and make a President by I the fall of 1838, when Mr. courage a strength I :Y. *
Tallahassee. I7lh July 1840. Rule 1st. The members of this Association"shall in the South with Abolitionist in the North Abolition votes, are PLEDGED ABOLI., a candidate for the'station now SaoDwu by i with 0 designed I J ci
determined toP.move be members of the "Tallahassee Jockey Cl'ib and the'purpoee making President of the pap
AaaisTEAD hiring TIONISTS. .
gtt General I the people of confederates
him hun
the your
reside in the of Florida in the Conn- following questions were put Sto
of the Regular Forces to Territory or United States. That political creed t
Ue Eut the of the potter Suwannee part it i. highly importantthat tics of Decatur, Thomas, or Lowndesin the Stateof I should sacrifice all the men interests dour TRUMAN SMITH,come to the bar of the by direction of the Essex County Antislavery send their t delude;

the troops in the Territorial serrice, Lb. Mill- Georgia and shall pay annually to the. Secretary ordinary the people, and state by what right or title you Convention, viz : the victims they a watching to destroy-you
lit of Middle and West Florida and the Inhabitants of the Jockey Club, ten dollars a a fee for community to which they belong, in their, are the associate of J. M. Botts in enlighten.. 1. Are you in favor of the immediate make yourself one of them, th&rfriend, their

generally should be more vigilant than ever, and rocted.membership, to be appropriated as hereafter di I I unprincipled struggle for power, is not at all ing the South by your circulars and handbills,i emancipation of the enslaved in the District ally, their confidential counsellor, their active
the alert to resist the incursions of surprising but that of creed should
eosslaatl/ ; any and her calculated whatever
asking confiding people to vote for of and the of Florida 1 assistant measures ,
No doubt the Indians, emboldened bj Rule 2d. Each member of this Association shall 'enter int6 coalitions i Columa Territory i
the the eDem1'departure of such a numbsr of men from the own at least one brood mare,of the best blood he with fanitical express or implied,1 your candidate for the Presidency! When you. : you believe that Congress ha may be your intentions,to extend their influ.
Middle District, will seek opportunity to attackthe can obtain, and shall patronize the best stallion of a sect, whose principles strike, were a candidate for the seat in Congressnow power the slave trade between the ence and establish their Do you

setOemenU and it is the duty of ererj citizen, blood and tried character that he can conveniently at the foundation society itself and threat I held by you, Messrs. Horace Cowles,I States,t ad ab1 you in favor ot immediate doubt that such is the pwe. th

whether in or out of service, to be prepared, not end to.Rale. en not only their property but the lives of their I P. Canfield and John Braddock,"a committee. exercise of ar that t th |drama, commencing with the pd
to repel the enemy, but to give a food account 3d. There shall be annually on the first wives and children, is astound. power
only absolutely
of him, should he appear upon our frontier. day of tho Jockey Club Races show of Colts and ing. appointed by the Executive Committee of the i. 3. Are you in favor of such additional Han a Harrisburg through the influence
You will direct the Colonel Commanding the I Fillecs the produce of dams bona fide owned by Connecticut Anti.Slavery Society" in a let. legislation is may be needed to remove the te Ab1n which the Executive
Volunteers in service, to erase an incessant scout members of this A'socisliun, to be one year old That the object of the Harrisburg convention ter, dated Hartford, March 4th, 1839," put immediate and effectual prohibition of the Ctt Ablitoni.B Suta

log to be kept up, between the posts and in the ad. the spring preceding the meeting at which they in preferring General Harrison to Hen. to you the following questions, viz : slave trade between the United States and Whigs, which you are a .8 appointed
I iacent hammocks and snramps and you will take are exhibited. The best Colt to receive a Prize ry Clay, was to secure the votes of the Abolitionists <*Are you in favor of the immediate aboli. Texas ? to sustain? m,
if hare not done for the Cup of the value of one hundred dollars, and the n
I meicurw, you already .0 no candid has the hardihoodto
immediate organitatioa oftbe.Mlitia; and if your best Fillie a Prize Cup of the value of fifty dolJ.us. The man tion of slavery in the District of Columbia ?" 4. Do you think it would b the duty ofa seen the evidences of this fact ; and I submita

I' orders are not promptly obeed.l" will report the to be adjudged by a Committee of not lees than deny. Abolitionists themselves, every Are you opposed to admission into the member of the next Congress to take the few of them (o your inspection.
delinquent and refractory, to the end that the laws three members of the Association,and to be awarded where exult in a consciousness of the influence Union of any new State, whose Constitution earliest possible opportunity to make and sustain Upon the announcement of t results of

of the land may be enforced against th.*m. by the Association; seven scembers being necessary which enabled them to control the decision tolerates slavery ?" a motion to the Committee the the Cone Liberator,
To the Militia we look for the protection of oar to form a quorum. The prizas to be paid for of that body, and look to it as the haibingerof The in.trc on Harrisburg
and firesides; but Low can they instru. .out of the funds of tho Association. The first showto following is an extract from your re. District of Columbia to bring in a bill for the published at Bn said:
home the
menU ec safely.without organitation plin e andsubordination take place at the annnal meeting of the "Tallahassee day, not far distant when the: ply,dated Litchfield, March 17th, 1839, viz: immediate abolition of slavery and the slave M We regard (Harrison's nomination

.' Our People should not permit Jockey Club" fur 1B42. power of the nation shall be wielded by their :' "I feel no difficulty in communicating my trade in that District : andifthis fails, tobiml over Clay) a another ir sip'of thetimesu

themselves to be lulled into a faUe Mcority; it i is Rule 4th. There shaD be opened annually, the hands. views touching questions indisputable right if possible, bring in and a JZopeocroey
impossible to tell when or where Indian. may make following Sw ep..take& to be run (for in tM orderin What principle of honesty or patrotism I' where there can be neither conceuion effect and if this spp that 6 du Had it been
their appearance *e should be prepared for them which they follow, as the fir* race on the three could have induced Southern p C
where and at all time. It is confidently be. first days; and a handi-cap purse as Ihejirit race on any man even. and such other matters as are of fectual,to seize every proper opportunity un- | ,Henry Clay would UDdouk'nily
to in
every this foul :
hered, that wilt pickets around houses at all ex- the last day of the Annual Jockey Club Races over coalition, and join I a nature so plain and palpable that the whole der the rules of the House to urge th |' have been nominated. We have faithto

reed; with citizens well armed AT HOME, and ore. the Marion Course free for any Colt or Fillie hands with those whose every measure tendsto I community,especially with us, will be likely to I tion upon the consideration of that qa. believe that NO SLAVEHOLDER WILL
pared for defence with a Militia determined' raised or owned by a member of this Association, the destruction of all that is dear to them, unite in the same result. To these Mr. Saltonstall, the EVER AGAIN BE PERMITTED TO
beat back and pursue the enemy; with the Volon- being the produce of a dam mJlt the property it is impossible for an ingenuous mind to con. "I therefore queons o FILL THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE
of member. The be can say that, in common with 1st a the substance
continually in motion on a line beyond the a entry to notified to the Secretary ceive. long reply
leers Principle stem inflexible "
Mtuemenls, we shall be ablo at J least to protect of the Jockey Club, on or before the first principle, those who have had an agency in bringing my of which is embraced in the following IN THIS REPUBLIC.
ourselves, until the more active operations of the day November in tach year, and named at the repelling promptly, as it is "scented up. name before the public, I consider slavery asa extracts, viz : The Emancipator,pabliihed at New York,
viz on the tainted breeze.. the annmarh.nf tliM i _.. _., _, __ _. .. ,
f.ll nd winter mnntlifi fchali. comm nfiI CarR and & : I I1st. --. --- .1 : ? .L -L a1 said
-- --- As the constitutional of Con. :
--1"1"---- ouu to
cvu me
& 01
;;;; for short time; : the effusion A sweep-slakes for 2 year okls', one mile oat. contrivers of dessolation and death is the wijrujg aorogauon I power
i a may prevent Subscription f 100 forfeit on. which is a consummation devoutly to be gress to abolish slavery and the slave trade in i, Well,the agony is over,and Henry Clay
efblixxi and destruction of property. $50. ly way in which the South can escap e the wished that it is sad I i<-laid on the shelf. No man of ordinary
Yoa will take care to encourage the formation 2d. A sweepstakes for 3 year old. one mile heats. which I a commentary on those I the District of Columba1 have never had any I
of Volunteer Companies throughout tho Territory. Subscription five bales of Cotton of four hun' bloody scenes are in preparation.- principles freedom and equality which were doubt and did nt tupposeut.til recently,that intelligence can doubt or deny that it a*the
dred pound. weight each forfeit bales. Henry Clay was, in that respect, the bold and inscribed of the North which has
The Executive will have pleasure in endeavoringto two by our ancestors as frontlet upon b made a question, or that the exercise anti.slavery feeling
procure for such Compacics arms and accoutre. 3d. A sweep-stakes for 3 year olds two mile beat undaunted champion of her rights and her our institutions, that the words of the Constitution of power would on that done it, ia connection with his own ostentatious -
menu. The Tallahassee Guards, the Independent Subscription f 300-forfeit f 100. safety ; he had spoken out as a man, who b opp and infamous pro-slavery demonstrations
conferring the : I think it clear
City Grejs, Urn lola Volunteers and the Centre. 4th. A Handi-Cap Purse not to exceed $300 out scorned to in double upon Congress power ground. general
.ilk Hussar Kill hold themselves in teadiness to of the fund. of the Association,one mile hUla.1 cheat their palter a sense, and to exercise exclusive legislation in all cases principle,that Congress has power to abolish in Congress. Praise to God for a great
mireJ.wherever and whenever! they may be directed 3 best in 5.-Free for all the competitors in the countrymen out of their suffra. whatsoever,' over the District of Columbia slaver in the Territories. anti slaeryvictory! A man of high talents,

,tnd the pub i is service may requirc. foregoing Slakes agreeable to the rules ofHandicap ges; he was a leader worthy of the principlesof arc sufficiently broad to clothe that body with "Te question as to the constitutional pow. of great distinction,of long political services

You will facilitate, as much as poscibla the or. Races. LnUarca $20. Southern Federalism that party in yoor power to annihilate, (should they deem it er Congress to abolish the slave trade between of boundless personal popularity, has been
of the Regiment intended for the U. S.I To the above Association there are now about section of the Union could have '
ftnixtlion service.-the Companies composing nhicli will be thirty Subscribers. Gentlemen wishing to become him supported expedient,) this evil at the seat of Govern. the States, is one of mow difficulty. openly rejected for the Presidency of this Republic -

nuitercd oat of the Terriorial service; they are to I members, are requested to call on the Secretary, with an honest pride in a fervent enthu. ment; that the introduction of a foreign, in. But, not to enlarg from what examination ,on account of his devotion to slavery.Set .

be received into the U. S. Bel vice for the term of I and subscribe their names.Tallahassee siasrn. If, with such a leader, they had dependent,and sovereign State into our Unionis I have subject, my present up a monument of progress there! 'Let- *
three months each company will consul of 61 I Privates -I been defeated, they would still have been totally unauthorized by the Constitution; opinion is, that Congress has the power to the winds tell thetale.. Let the slaveholder *

1 Captain, 1 let LienL ] second Licut. 4 (Florida) Races. strong iu conscious integrity ; they could and if it were otherwise, the measure wouldbe prohibit the slave trade between the States. hear the news. Let foreign nations_bear it.

Sergeants 4 Corporals, and 2 Musicians. THE ; .\ MEETING FOR 1841 will with a bold face have opposed, and with a inexpedient iftbe effect would be to extend Those with which the Constitution Let O'Connell bear it. Let the slates hear
MIl must be offered to the U. So DOTS w.H not over the Marion Course powers
; hand
resisted the
strong approaches of the and it. A SLAVEHOLDER IS INCAPACITATED -
the disease which all has invested relate important .
be received; such are the instructions from \\ ashlctoDj On Wednesday, the 13th January next, aggravate Congress to vastly
; but at the name time, you will cause it to and continue 4 days, free for all Horses owucd in eqemy to their safety; they would, on extirpate, if possible, from our system; and subjects. None mere 1 can com FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF
be dialiDctl, understood, that tlm Coramandcr-in- Florida, or the lower Counties of Georgia and that subject at least, have perserved a cordial i especially do I think that the people should under their consideration. Surely no reason THE UNITED STATES Thereign of..,

cbtcf hn great reanon to beat l ed with the conductor Alabama. union among their own people which would I enjoy the unalienable rights of speech, petition can be found in their great importance, why slaveocracy is hastening to a close." -

and Boys in Florida, upon many trying orcasmnt Fiasr DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 have rendered them invincible in defence and the press, that these sacred immuni they should not exercised. However del. Philanthropist, at cincinnati, BUmmed::
is perfectly that liavo often I b
aware they mile heats. of their reserved rights and constitutional I ties ought not to be trifled with icate in the matter in the fbllonSog words: ''. -**
evinced frittered up
a valor aud patriotism worthy the imitation SECOND DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of$200-2 nor exciting or complicated, questions re.
of men. mile hcaU. powers. away; that no tyrannous majority should establish lation to slavery may beor may be made,they "The views of anti-slavery editors,regarding

I am,Sir; very respectfully, yr. ob... THIRD DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $-3 .I But a different course has been pursued. an Atherton gag/ nor lawless mob ought, in my opinion, to be brought before the Harrisburg nomination, should be

ROB CRT RAYMOND REID, mile heats.KotaTii. 1 Tho only man whom you could honestly sup. trample under foot peaceable and unoffending Congress and to be made the subjects of full, known by our readers. They all, we believe

Col.Jon tiovernoror riuiidiu! UA froprlctor's rursc $:OO-I "lv 1 port M a. alxkjxlano onH ft\r ,what Jtwtlilff I o *;_._. __._ I.J ._&.aM" "1WU I.. "V.*, _J J.I.V.r.to; d:9CUSSJOlI 'UM tl...& Ic. ioU- rffngnt-ra tKa fa.t lh.f lltA rojaotum, of UV.
GRAHAM, Adjt. & Insp Geiil. Fla. Ma I' heats. 3 b'tit tU 5. Entrance 10 per cent. 1 he could not get the votes of your implacable dark recesses of slavery all the effulgence of tfve body.which alone has the power to remedy Clay, and retention of Gen. Harrison, as the

QUARTEll .MASTER GENERALS OFFICE I :and And will tle be following run for, Swcep.if they !areJUUJ takeB are, before now open the, !enemies? Yes, :your party in the South reason, religion, and truth. these vs. No one who has noticed the candidate of the Opposition are, to some extent '1

FLORIDA MILITIA. Jockey Club Race on the three first days. abandoned their frank and fearless champion, With respect to the admission of new 'signs of the times,'and the progress of opin. a concession to the spirit of liberty in theNorth.

FELLOW CITIZENS TALLAHASSEE,July' 8th: 1840. .I I FIRST DAY.-A Posl-siakes, free for all ages, ? ,in the hope of a union at the polls, with those States tolerating slavery to a participation of ion concerning slavery, not only in the Uni. :' .
am instructed by His Excellency mile heats. Subscription $200, forfeit $100; to bp who stand ready with their daggers and the The Liberator said 'in
ROICBT KAVMOND REID,to proceed to collect blessings of the Federal compact, I would ted States but throughout the cvize world, February last : "It
III the Mufkcts, Rifles,Shot Guns and Accoutrements run for before the Jockey Club Race on tho first knives to stab you to the heart, and cut the observe that no such application will made, can doubt but these subjects brought will be rememberedthat in balloting for a can
day of the next Talkhissee Jockey Club Race b mus
that may have been delivered to toil by 3 Subscribers necessary lo make a Ie ace. throats of your wives and children! Thus the except by the Territorygof Florida, many forward, and that Congress must and will didate at Harrisburg, all the delegates from

his firedccensor. Those who arc in povseVbion of SU.-O.ND DAT.-A Sweep.stakes for three year South is made to loso its moral power, its self years to come; and if she shall present herself :eventually exercise their constitutional power the slavehol&ng States voted for Clay on. eveiy .

*deliver uc ii iLem belong to to the the Territory, ate requested his tot olds, 1 mile heats. Subscription $200; forfeit $100;I respect, its consciousiess of right, is divided a Arkansas did, with a Constitution I in relation to them. I do not now see what trial, until a choice was effected. The
r undersigned or to agent at I to be run for before the Jockey Club Race, on thesecond and cut up, while the enemy comes rushingon her SK1tbthen defeated in all its wishes. It
OfEceforthwi'h The immediate return of the I I denying to Legislature the power of is to be gained by delay, or how these questions was
of tile Tall 1hJlec
:; awe mentioned i in day next Jockey with renovated hopes and whetted ferocity.I and tried to' slaveholder! nominated and
arm required for the defence of ltaclfl. 3 Subscribers to make a Race. i emancipation passing an irreversible sentence are to become less difficult complicate get a ,
tie iftrost frontier the, and fuithcr. prosecution of the war THIRD DAY.-A Sweep-stake neeettary f.r2 year olds, 1 I charge :you sir, without having become, of bondage against a hapless race, I ] by postponement. On the contrary, with could not succeed SOLELY BECAUSEHE

is to be savage foe.It that this mile out. FubscriptioD $100; forfeit $50; to be without duly weighing the disastrous conse. :should dread the responsibility of giving her a my present views, 10 of opinion that Congress WAS A SLAVEHOLDER."
made in ninoRPtpcctCulJ call upon you will r atM run for before the Jockey Club Race on the third quences, one of the principal agents to render place among the star of our Union." ought immediately to exerci its full The following is a part of a resolution
day of tho ncxtTsllahsasseeJockey Club Races. 3 effective this policy, so fatal to the State and the Massachusetts
To the same Mr. constitutional adopted by Antislavery
),your oht. tervt. make It questions your colleague, by efcent legislation .
Subscribers a sec.
nef'Clsa.r1lo pwer
JOHN B. COI L.INS Subscription to the above Stakes can be made by people whom you in part represent. I chargeyou I Brockway, gave the following answer, viz: on the subject slaver. Society, at theffannual meeting viz:

.___ _Quarti Master *net letter addressed to the, Secretary of the Tallahassee with associating yourself with known and I "In reply to your fr question, I have no "/ have always i a "!-; That we regard the refusal of

HEAD QUARTERS FLORIDA Jockry Club any time before the 15th day of December pledged Abolitionists, for the purpose of hesitation" in saying tat believing a 1 do, in ground-fo- want of- confidence- th- 'Pr I th j Harrisburg convention to nominate Henry

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S MILITIA Orncr oexl, when they will be cbied; the entry to making a President by the joint votes of the the of Congress to slavery in the den of the Uni States, that, in entering on Clay as a candidate for the Presidency as "a

Tallahassee Florida,July 5lh, 1840., be Mr.named F..P.the GEROW evening before is, now the engaged Race.at the Ma. people of the South, and the Abolitionists of rgt of Columbia, I am-in favor of its abolition the duties of hi office, he made the gau signal and glorious triumph of truth over error .

The CEKEtAL OtDta-MO. 10. rion Course, and has opened Training Stables f. r the North, a policy which is prostrating the as soon as such a measure can. be ac. declaration, effect, that he "eo any ,of liberty over slavery, and we believe
Officers commanding Regiments in the MU the accommodation gentlemen who have Doristo South, hand-cuffed and bound, at the feet of complishe consistently with the good of the bill which had J or its object the abolition thu course of that man on the subject of slavery

Utofihi. Territory or" will transmit to this office a bain. Mr. Gere w is well known'as an experienced her eternal, implacable and sleepless foe! country. Two resolutions passed by ,slavery in the District of Columbia-the o', has completely blighted all his fondly

wt.otihe their rwpeclirc names command the Commissioned Officers in Trainer; and the fullest confidence may be. I do not make this charge without the the last Legislature, had my hearty support objectionable sentiment ever avowed by a Chief cherished hopes of becoming the Chief Magistrate -
with committed
the of Horses
together dates in liis safe
eftheir appointment *. placed to his charge. management THOS. BROWN, proofs. The authenticity of the following and approbation, and embody my sentiments Magistrate of this nation. I 1 of this nation," &c.

By order oC His Excellency, Cor. R. R. REID, July 18 51 Secretary and Proprietor document has I believe, never been denied on this subet They were i the words "If the slave trade is carried on between I Passing over a volume of similar testimony

IIlIIWIder.in-Chief. JNO. GRAHAM, by you although it has been for mouths be. following the United States and Texas, such aditionl I come to the report of the "Executive Committee

Adjt. and Insp. Gent P. M. PROCLAMATION RAYMOND fore the public, viz: "Resolved,That b the Con. legislation ought immediately to be bd a may of the American Antislavery Society,"

ILELDACRE n. SICK OR NEBYOUS. BY ROBERT REID WJUHZKOTOX, Jan. 24, 1840. .stutio power to Cong b and th be necessary and effectual to put a stop to made at their late annual meeting in N.Y ork
t1ttaOdinarl "PuUtion that Dr. coveanoa or n.DaJDA. The Executive Com it. exlrad oC which is published in the Anti.
tamed1 fo thj Bpolao' it is made known to tne, that SIR : undersigned, an tde in th District of Columbia and an
gitiiig, distressing' complaint is every day WHEREAS MEREDITH, Jackson Co., mittee appointed by the Opposition membersof 1 Territories. Here, sir, is conclusive testimony that no slavery Reporter of the present month. This

BMBL That f Certainly'? much a suffering matter should of much have utoniah.existcdici. who was confined in the jail of said County, undera Congress, have taken the liberty of appoint. "Rr.r. That it i the duty of Congress less than THREE out of your eight associates document, being the embodiment of the views

iii St.. yithout any discovery or any "> charge of murder, has made his escape from said ing you an Executive and Corresponding lp the same, 8 soon as it be done on the Executive Committee are I of Abolitionists for the whole country, holds

preventive or Cure, i. truly a subject oC much jail, and is now at large: Committee for your County, and we have consistently with the best good of the whole PLEDGED ABOLITIONIST! It is believed the following language viz:
regret i but NOW KNOW YE, That ROBMT
IIIda 8. now u.ure. fie public that virtue of the the honor of enclosing a prospectus for the that making majority of We declare our entire conviction that
authority country.
re k- ROD, Governor of Florida, by oer
IclaOIl* :::. .Ioua.been The invented II will convince1 I vested in me by law, do hereby offer a REWARD Madisonian. We recommend that paper to **To your second question, I reply, that I the whole body, are the same chrctr TUB CAUSE, itself for which the society was

: simple and plain.principles It i. upon"d'niUed which it OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the confidence and support of the opponents am not in favor of the admission of any new bt not having conclusive testimony prove |formed, and to which therefore it is merely .
an fact
Ulat N t tontplllnt' whether-ealled Sick' Headache 1 1er tho apprehension of the said fugitive, and his safe.I of the Administration throughout the country. State into the Union whose Constitution tolerate I shl no name them. Certain it is, that secondary advancing in the public sutti ;

srvus Headache arises primarily from the delivery to any jailor, or other receive officer him of the Territory The committee attach much importance to a avery." T Co is the of the Abo.litionists with great rapidity and pot. The rejec- ;

8eaiach eaichthose who think they have the Nervous I The Florida said Bryant authorised Meredith to is about thirty years general circulation of Madisonian, and These and similar replies from your associates Oldofor c. tio i of ,Henry Clay-a slaveholder and de.

It11th,.11 j 0111 the first rest<&Nured 1110, that that die Ibis organ, theo I of age, fire feet eight or nine inches high, dark other political pamphlets, calculated to en. on the Federal Whi ticket, satisfied Do you doubt) the sincerity of these pledges? fender of slavery-IS A ,WAYMARK IN .

-tijat50,debilitated, though'ltem the bu be. eyes and hair, and rather hard hearing;former lighten the public mind. The subscribers the Abolitionists, you their votes, Do you believe the men avowed prncple OUR HISTORY.1' "The peaceful
Ia4 stomach I secur
trpset that ORI, through the lime channel must they I from Georgia, Wilkinson county.8Giytn I which you may procure, (and we doubt not and placed you in Congress. they secretly abhor, and promised Abli delivery of that portion of the Hon. William

sstGs1s0f a reloratiOQ of the natural and healthy I under my band and the seal I considering the cheapness and ability of the JOHN C. CLARK, stand up,and Mr. tinis what they did not intend to perform? Slade's speech which presses the Abolition of

I the .,ltem. This object Dr.Spboa of the Territory of Florida,this paper, they will be many,) will be entitled, Botts, and the people of South, tel so, why have you joe your name with slavery,in the District- of Columbia ieiA its

&rttla.c tha a'DWlqt.l po.itioa, c&JceUted to atain. Tie 18th day RAYMOND of July, 1840.REID. gratis, to all such pamphlets.We meant your address to the .y theirs for the purpose o credence and insertion in the columns of the National Jja.teUigencer .

lbs I f'arers caDDOt be controverted, and confidence that it will afford b written the to electioneering ? Could ,shows the beginning of a changein
With the headache become! By UM Governor: bare you Cha county, voluntarily o weight papers you '
.)Tibeed of Jt tho aooner will their .aferiag end J. MoCAKTs Secretary oT Florida. pleasure to aid us ia our efforts to rescue the d.dayof November, 1838, while you were compatibly with yow honor, or in jus I he..feelings of I1aYeb The dimin.isbod .
sILarttio0 :
Pu41.j0011 eI' health. Dr. Spboa pledges bUf I July 25 52Middle Administration of the Government from the a candidate for the seat you now from tc to the CDt uni with men instruct vote by which the .Congressional gag

VSLaiattheepothecaSim." ct. The remedy i. District of Florida. hand ef the present imbecile and corrupt which the following is an extract, b people, wbo your har you believed wai carried ajt the present session,proves" that

scityot Arthur M'GiU )In Leon Superior Court. incumbents. With the aid of an honest and right of petition dear'and secured had obtained votes constituentsby the North is less servile than it was. .
41.. l.ure or .tomacb, this reme- S To November Term,I 840. "Te i o tlx fact -,
) known
va which intend And bad the conrmflro .
will be to
pledges they
and these efforts we trust Its by
& ianlgab1l fearless people. rejection
: to
Ii no
: M a general 'Umi- James P. Worth. ) "..mpeit- press Amrica pr. aUwJed Iathe
DO"' Booted by many of thee s Dsmsgcs $3000-AtucLmont for$1384. successful. We are aware that the accept. the British Crown was one cause of serious for? Fov, a are n jU liberty t que.would they not have iagbig

Produces fknli. It Dover sickens the above named defendant, .and all other ance of this appointment may subject you to complaint by our Revolutionary fathers. I ton their sincerity. O.m look upon !of.tbo oniD and Sootberaen oo&s G

It ay oC the unpleasant etrectlUireetio. THE interested, are hereby notified othe some sacrifice: your patriotism is a sufficient will never consent t h.deni o' abdg.met them as intending to be truOtothefrpkdgeijas Harrison Committee, as exh&iti&f a

for use ccoinpa sdi bottle. institution of the above named suit,* and declaration are hereby guarantee that it will be borne with ,cheerful,: ; but in its fl lite the deadly enemies of.tb'dearest interests l nwe "change zthcfThcgsofaZhxs!
7 and the l.t
plead to evidenca'that
required appear and u-th TO Cd8
consideration that in the of constituents the South strongest
we- are as
Eo your ad
The ;
8rllON M. D. in such out
filed in the same, according to the statute ness. cdit'or col. 1.
b-'ar: laIe I TalIa.Iariet r "* IareDtor. case mad and p:,idod. service of an injured and crushed people, M The esclusye right by te Consti. the chosen leaders of those faac who'wil is advancing with S great rapidity'and: powerP -

heat 47 AANb' Dated this 1.1th July, 1840. should animate u* in the use'of every boaonublo Congress, to legislate ( the Dis. if they can, liberate your ,, e / : '
LPH" LEWIS. JAMES'A. BERTH ELOT. exertion to effect the common object in' tt t Columbia, autborizec that body toabolish and sword. Yea, air, you have associated Ion, see, air, -that a shoot of' exultation)
.'r' . .
J.l.lt,. lit Att'f.rPV'ff burX:from tho gloomy ranks of and.AhcStion
A.ft' who stand to ) ,
T. OBDI1IAlCE. -- view-THJB wttTOKATiojr or raxJOEHT UOT5JU' slavery in that UI1! b yourself wit men pledged abp
S.'ea4 u Or4in'Bce entitled Ala Ordiaanes NOTICE .TO not DAYS.OF flU raTglOTDEirxs. Pun. when that power will be esei I pn uh. the District of Columbia if they ,when they aair that aa American States
$bop.k1Nper. given,thai I shall Institute suit in the can interdict the of slaves man was rejected aa a eacdidata for the Presidency
tbe8toms Crolla keepbg opeD I" hereby .: Your obedient servants, not remote; and when t arrives, t !transportation
oa the Sabbath CoiMty Court of Leon county,upon a mortgage 8altonstallMj." from State another the admission nerdy because.m stakeholder! 'ThisprolcIiptiQD
P'dApriQ day, Garland La. Leverett should I hold ascat in Congress.the one to t oppose
Ferdinand Le R. ,
8. executed to me, by
.840.C made and app State of tho Washington*, ,the &. .
$sr1 Sooth Truman Smith, Conn. the free the humane the into the ,Union of any new
L Be it Bleux Lot No. forty-throe ((431 in tho Jno..Bell, Tenn. of a -
e4. orca1aae4. by UM UUodant and npo of land.situate, Peon. wherein' ,exists to prohibit the trans. sons, and the Madisona of the South, filled
the City ,Tal1ab.That half of Lb. County quarter-section J. M. Beds, Va. Chas. Naylor, shall not b made in slavery '
: 're of Jhia i ordinance.U b.r.rooma froa aod lying and Wing in Leon county; and that I hall Tbos.Corwin Ohio,1 C.. Clark,N.Y.M. ; By: covertly circulating this pledge among Donation of-shvea, t Texas-in f.men them with irreprea&ble.lit and in'their .
lo law, for the foreclosure of said ecstacy called oo the wind*to -tell t dfole. :
otel. according all the they
apply Committee. who have
ih.ps Urenii, au aU oCher H. Grionell, N. Y. the you secured their votes, given
.:'hu"Iahida sold Ipiritoaa or yillOUll 1.110 are mortgage,upon petition CHARLES fiUd this BECK8TEIN.day. The fact'of your association as one of a becam9the Abolit orMr. Botts in a* which Abolitionism has asked., t those auL ." And u'the demobMet W4to
,.baU be uaetith, 1640 a the 'to' 1lMil'
deemed announce. tidmp ,
obibition to. he iaduc1.d, one? 48 txyr 4na electioneering committee for, the whole greas'and Executive ly designed measures which are ington '. '
tpeeiW I. the ordinance lo grand up and "he s1a Wdtr" ofte
'IQ drama of Abo.iitioo
II whose names are the way-for the grand
&II aaaeadmeat o far aa relate*to the ,Tea Dollars Beward. Union with the gentlemen CoRliinittee.LEVERETF prepare smiled John M.'Br.
&or violas this has, been confirmed SALTONSTALL i old whatever, throughout the azieeing .
liquor mlding
1 Be from the Subscriber, Mar appended to paper a a bas '
and Rice Garland ia with Thanes
PJIiSahall! rarLber ordained, That the came, RAN M'. MI Tuesday night, the 3OtJa.of by the publication of sundry, other papers, political'offender.- He was'one of the committeV alaTeholding States., the fanatics of ,_ concert
: &rI .1m,.for violations of Ibis or-j' June last, an ed] African Negro, named Aleck,belong -' the same signatures, and is coDcluve1)JtJ'iKbed. in the Massachusetts. Legislature in the,North are heard to abjure the Constitutionand \ J. C. Clark and LevcreU&Ztciiimtkin 't
;.: impooed for violation of Ibo ordi- to. ._ DupQBt of-m-.,. He Wai hired to1M bearing 18l4which recommended Infamous Hartford repetheUniontfthaoneor the .the most effective steps, too70ia consummate

'-. tWeilu.clmeat..a i last January, ky .J. liaoUay:AMUouet'of v the fact, that thisppointed acted with the'Federalparty other ahali be found obstruct\ the progress of tb. i
palpable fully
day et J alt.1840. .y thai.". The abo. reward will M gins Car bis r-lr1. .' COOyeo think thai the .n-nt
.. **. A..THOJUSOlfe! apprehension ia any jail of tta T tritorf,and all tifIIr* a by the.whole,party thaday" and into what ,the y call the Holy Canton alreadythey : pcandidate P \
I an4
...,CIo. leteDi.I, costs paid by being dcQrirad tome la Tallafcatw.. in Congreaf calling themselves Whigs," in. their read projects. er t w1' c ;disclaim reapon&tUty for any blood that I every other way .preforabfe eI
Jo/18! 51 July 25 52 JOHN B. LLOYD. ; p I
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preferred merely because he was a slave By Ezpren-JIardua' Line. quitted the provincial; city, which put com.: i. CHAHLHTON...... : July 28. nl'fA.KCU' TH from: OKl'fIJU.L the' Ctlobo.OF : OOVMWMBNT.The : rl'

bolder, .would bare induced every man of theSouth Arrival of the Britannia from lAy plete.stop'to all foreign trade. 'rdefed DKSTftUCTIOlf- : i ..**' .*'x4,<.>TIl" *JTTJBAJMK' JCOKTH CAB- opposition have railed much at the extravagancc iiiSSEPLOft
crpool. The Druid, of 44 guns had been, "O.IIU-I.OI&OF'TBK U. STATES: MAIL.
-who regards the.equality secured: to of the General Government
him by the Constitution to repudiate and NEW YORK, JULY 20. to join the squadron destined mak&. War'-nn; ;.. The steanjei yoiuferXsk, Capt. Smith, ar. tho losses sustained by it-at the imbecile

,denounce the proceedings of the Harrisburg At 9 o.clock.tbis morning, we received} by China. rived here yesterday, from Wilmington, with manner in which its finances have been con. 8a7, Aa I -

Convention as jn .the highest degree wrong. Harden's Boston Express/our letters and pa. News of the death of the Empress of China two of the four mails due from New York, a ducted. 11.

ful and jnsulting to their country Yet, sub. pers brought by the new steam ship Britannia, bad reached Canton. Pekin was said to be considerable portion of the other two, (due on Now let the people note a few facts. In FOR PRESIDENT OP THE U

; in a state of dangerous excite e"ntJ.the; stop and Saturday last,) having been lost at 8A
mission Xo that act proscription,humiliating Capt. Ewing. Friday 1838, the tariff was so modified by a compromise
and degrading as jt was, ought to htf considcred Our London.papers are to the evening of page of the foreign trade having and therhubarb I sea, caused by the Gov. Dudley, which left act, as in the opinion of the? oppposi. MARIN VN BRT

but; as a feather, compared with the es. thn 3d cf July, and Liverpool to the 4th, both great distress amo g the tea.growers of .here on Saturday afternoon, coming in collision lion itself, to yield no more than with th safes charge i
in inclusive with commercial lists to the l latest cultivators. A considerable with the North Carolina, bound here, m ,
sentizd and all pervading interests put of public land, would suffice to meet the prop. Bankites that focos b
jeopardy by an union, for any purpose, with date.Tho revenue was experienced in the Imperial ex I about one oVlock on Sunday morning, the .er expenditures of the General Government in the l o D

Jhe lesjfers-af: Abolition.\ Britannia left Liverpool on the after. chequer, and the mandarins who indirectly result of which was the sinking of the latter 'I tilU84l. :-. pay 'Terrtor d t b d

AU the South justly looks upon the attack noon of the 4th July, and was only twelve profitted by the trade, were all discontented within ten minutes after the occurrence,there I What has been the result 1. Have all ,these i the Banks. 1i char b'b m.i.1 r

on slavery in the District of Columbia as an days in reaching Halifax. She was tele. and discontent sometimes finds a tongue even being barely time to save the lives of the pas. been defrayed by these meansf" circulated, privately a through tW":
luler expenses
attack upon the outworks of the Southern I graphed at Huston on Saturday evening at under the despotic sway of the" Imperial sengers. Let us appeal to the public records. ft j fclal.organ of the Bank in thin city. T

States, to be followed, if successful', by a half past 7 o'clock, and was at her berth at Qf" ten thousand kingdoms. The reigning We have been kindly favored with the following 1. All the ordinary expenditures have,as sustain this position, the Star alludes !

general assault upon their domestic institu. East Boston at half past nine, being the.14th dynasty, being of the Tartar race, is exceed. particulars, furnished by one of the yet been met by. those means, notwithstanding Resolutions of Constitutional t ti

I tions.It. I day from her leaving Liverpool. She had ingly unpopular in China, and it is not impost passengers of the North Carolina : and any and th Conreotixj,
supposed extravagance makes
extracts from
looks upon the means taken to accom. 85 passengers, 60 of whom were for the sible that the contest with England may loud The steamboat North Carolina,commanded magnified any losses, or pretended plunder of the a speech o Mt.

plish this end, as directly calculated and evidently United States. Among them is the lIon. S. to a revolution. I by Capt. Davies, Wilmington, N. C., on Baltzell, pronounced in support tW
revenue. o
: : designed to excite discontent, rebellion, Cunard, the enterprising proprietor of the letter TilE from KHIVAN Jellahahad EXPEDITION.A of the 23d of j I Saturday afternoon, at 8 o'clock, with two U. 2. Besides those, all the extraordinary The Editor contents himself wfo .a ;

1 ,And servile war. Every thing that eucour- new line. I April, states that the Russian had en. j I 1 I i S. Mails for the South, and the following pas. 'expenses of two Indian wars, and of many sentence,as conclusive on this W.u
army sb
i ; ages and strengthens the Abolitionists, aggra. We learn that the next steam ship of this I tered Khiva in The Khan, finding sengers, viz : Hon. Mr. Hubbard, of Ala., large removals Indians and numerons ex. we are not a little .

I I t vales the danger, and ;places in jeopardy not line will leave Liverpool on the 4th August.We resistance triumph., submitted with a good lady and child; Hon. Dixon H. Lewis, of d!>.; I tinguishments of Indian titles, have been all selecting three or surr or ti t
Only tbe properly of every Southern man, learn that, although it was after dark Hon. Mr.\ Chinn, of La.; the lion. Messrs. I for. wor a sentence
but his and the lives of his wife and grace-set at liberty all Russian prisoners in and Nesbitt of Ga. lion. I paid out of an"entire sh, ad jj
life \\hell the Britannia reached her berth, a great his dominions-entered into an alliance,offensive Dawson, Warren, ; I 3. It is also to be remembered, too, that
from fair
children. God forbid that I should charge many crossed over to Enst Boston to see her, with the Nicholas and Mr. Delicti,of .A la.; Messrs. J. Hancock, D. the whole have been met with meaning a construction. Thetpeeci

you with designing to produce rebellion and and preparations were making to give Mr. to afford Emperor the.Russians all the-assistance promised J. Dowling, and J. Harrison, of do; John R. I promptitude,expenses and with specie or Its equiva. if apple to,bears no soch construction,tod

I murder by your open association with Aboli. Cunard and his ship a hearty reception this' in his toward the extension of their I: Home, of Florida; J. Ewart, Columbia, S. I lent, in almost every case, notwithstandingtwo \o chalenge the editor t .pubc

tionists; but I beg you seriously to reflect, morning. dominion power in the East. The writer farther .I C.; and Mr.W. W. Starke,of Hamburg, S. C. suspension of the banks', one universaland But Mr. Bartlett says the pl was to breakdown
whether you are not blindly contributing to The l items of intelligence are i I The was very pleasant until we
principal given passage
( states, that on leaving Khiva. the Russian the other spreading over half the Union. the Banks, and that this
That result. I beg you to look back at the below reached within about twenty-five or thirty w 1
: Bokhara. If this news have been met likewise, without
would march to They any avowed Mr.
past, look at your associates; look at their Attempt to assassinate the Queen 4" Prince army ourselves for miles of Georgetown, S. C., about 10 o'clock addition to the National debt, openly by Baltzell in hs

pledges) ; consider the consequences if they Albert.-An attempt was made to assassi. be encounter confirmed,with we may Russia prepare, on the banks of the : on Sunday morning, when Mr. Hancock in. permanent without any increase of taxes or the tariff Admitting this to be the fact, d the
were carried out and then determine whether the 10th an formed that the boat Gov. Dudley editor account for the and
nate the Queen and Prince Albert on Indus. It is more than probable that from the us steam :? and notwithstanding a regular biennial reduction large very rupee.
it be compatible with your duty to the peopleof July, by u young man named Oxford. lie battle.fields of Central Asia the voice of was in sight, from 3 to 5 miles distant. Both of the duties and relinquishment of table vote of all pi vt favor of this

Virginia longer to associate with Messrs. took his stand on Constitution Hill, up which the boats appeared to our informant, (who was on 1 Will m
England will be first heard,evoking resto. several millions more to rail roads and under measure iut a
Smith, Clark, and Saltonstall, in the its to deck be towards each other. cpa:
support the Queen's carriage passed, on way ,) to steering
ration of Polish nationality and independence. judicial decisions. point of talent, moral honesty
p of their .candi atc, and whether you do not Hyde Park, and as it came abreas-t: of him, When the Gov. Dudley approached within a patriotism,
5. During the same period, since the 4th between those who voted
, t insult that people by invoking the aid of such fired deliberately twice, the first time at the LIVERPOOL 3. about 150 yards, a cry was raised by a pas. and against
July, January,1833, the remains of the old
men... to*teach* them-. for whcm- they- .shall vote. Prince and the econd at the Queen, neither_ The Cotton market opened on Saturday senger to look out The boat will strike !" nent debt, have been entirely paid, perma-to the those resolutions.

as resident.: r ou cannot doubt the end to of tho balls taki'ig effect. He was immediately last, ; ban extensive demand for Ameri. ; The bells of the North Carolina were almost amount of nearly 87,000,000, and a surplus As far( a the mere question of interest wu

which their pledges and all the movements of seized, and committed fur trial on a can descriptions, which continued up to instantly rung in about half minute before the revenue deposited [by ] with the concerned, of dollars and cents, we find in

Jhcir Abolition constituents directly tend. charge of high treason. Papers of a treasonable boat struck, but the Dudley ran afoul of the congress of the resolutions
and the sales varied
Wednesday evening, daily States of nearly 828,009,0000. In the support Judge the
: Have you forgotten the horrors of South- character were found at his lodgings, North Carolina abreast of the saloon, and
from 6 to 8000 bags, at an improvement inpnicesofl.4d meantime, it is conceded that a temporarydebt owner of 475 shares of Union Bank stock
I arapton. me refresh your memory: indicating the existance of a secret society against the quarter boards on the larboard ;
D) Extract of a letter from the senior editor of the under the name of Young England," the, per Ib. in common quilities, up side of the former. She bilged immediately, in the Treasury notes has been created, Thomas Brown, 500 shares; W m. p.Duvi],

Richtnoud Whig, dated Jerusalem, Southampton objects and purposes of which were supposed to 1.8d market per lb. in fair ; and during this for periodthe the (say in about 10 minutes,) and the passengersgot yet unpaid, equal to nearly 82,000,000, and lat Governor, and Attorney for, the Bank;
was more distinguished about 86,000,000, has been received from
Courthouse, Thursday evening, be of most nefarious character. His Richard H. 20 shares John
to a on board the yawl boats. In the interim, Long, ;
of the business than for anima
25th extent any the stock in the United States' Bank. Both NPar
August 1831 : trial was to take place on the Oth July. the Gov. Dudley was undergoing an examina. I ridge, 12 shares Samuel Parkhill
*'Here, for the first time, we learned the The situation" of Queen Vic.I tion, as the buying was not general, a large I of these, however, are not so much, by some ; a dir
I interesting tion after which all her boats sent to
were and of 1612 shares John
fin ed who I owner
extent of the insurrection, and the mischief toria to be no longer a question. The proportion being con speculators, the North Carolina. millions, as the amount of the permanentdebt ; Taylor, 2

: perpetrated. Rumor had infinitely cxaggc- official appears Globe alludes to it with becoming reverence operated quietly and in quantity, producing, The and paid and the duties remitted. shares; George T. Ward, a director and
crew were soon placedon
rated the first, swelling the number of the authenticated fact, in speaking therefore, less effect than had the demand passengers 6. So that it follows, on a review of the owner of 363 shares; Joseph B. Watts, 114
as an board the Gov. Dudley, and effort
been from the trade. Since Wed.
to 1000 1200 and mainly whole, that the means provided by the opposition shares making of 3136 shares.
negroes or men; representing of the attempt to shoot her :Majesty. was used to save their property. Some of ; an aggregate
its several nesday, the speculative demand having almost in 1833, as equal, if well managed, to
,f as embracing Telegraphic despatches were received at the trunks and baggage were saved, but all of On the other side there was Mr.
Isle of subsided, the market has been quiet in appear. the ordinary expenditures till 1841, have, Blunt
of the counties
adjacent particularly Paris dated June 29 announcingthe
of shares
Bayonne them, in a damaged condition. Singular to owner 1150 Pensacola Bank;
and Greenville but it in ance, importers being still willing sellers notwithstanding all imputed extravagance S
Wight ; was hardly the Carlist leader Balmascda I
entrance of relate, out of some thirty or forty persons, nota uel C. Bellamy, of 39 shares of
have receded and
the of itself tho prices again, we arc now and losses and mismanagement, been made I Uni
power rumor to exaggerate the with 300
into France ,
on preceding life lost. One of the Mr.
wus (
atrocities which have been perpetrated by the 2000 expected to cross the only l-3d per lb. higher than on Friday last; passengers II by this Democratic Administration, or its I Bank; E. C. Cabell, 120 shares; J.
were overboard in
men moic of Alabama
; Downing leaped
: insurgents. Wholefamiliesfatkers,mothers, frontier the the next. Cabrerawas two days has been considerable, and the ,) ficial officers, to defray all these ordinary expenditures Mays, 20 shares; McKinnon, 80 shares; Mc. i
same day or his night clothes, but was instantly picked
babes and schoolchildren trade, the chief buyers, being tempted by an up I together with all left of the old 15 shares McGbee 205 shares
: daughter*, sons, sucking the only Carlist chief remaining in Spain by one of the boats in charge of Capt. Davies, j I I Lan, ; ; Mecham
mrrket and low .
butchered, thrown into heaps, and doubt easy prices.In permanent debt; and, beside these, all the 133 shares 163 shares
, .at the head of any force, and no was who displayed considerable presence of mind ; Wyatt, ;i the
left to be devoured by hogs and dogs, or to entertained thnl he must soon (follow the example Brazils there is no change whateverto during the awful disaster. extraordinary expenses of two wars and of aggregate making Now let us look
notice, and Egyptians remain steady at II Indian removals and this but in 195. at
v putrify on the spot. At Mr. Levi Waller's, excite only ,
of Ball11 tseda. The to
< attempt The accident is attributed by Capt. Daviesto the votes of those who were
last week's rates, but only in moderate re. of reductions in laws and diintre.
. fds wife and ten children were murdered and in favor of spite revenue, by
1 the Basque provinces once more the negligence of the mates, who were in
There the President Gov. .
quest. decisions and in of was Ander.son
in ,
judicial spite some una. Rid
piled me bleeding heap on hisfoor. I
Don Curios had thus failed.
utterly both and did
I of boats who not obey
charge ,
All thew. children were not Mr. Waller's.A General who succeeded d'Es. Surats have gone off pretty freely, and : voidable losses, have on the whole, been so Bellamy of Jefferson, Bird, Br
Segarra, the regulations of the Company for their,
school was kept near his house, at which pague in the chief command of the Carlist prices remain steady, as quoted last week.-. crnmcnt. The regular mode laid down gov.for well husbanded, as to cause a nett surplus Brown of Monroe, Bunn, Copr, Crh.
1 And between which and his house the ruth. 16,500 bags American are taken on speculatior I of more than 827,000,000, above both ordinary .
forces, after making his submission to the the boats is, to keep to the right ; but on this i ton, Gov. Duval, Garey, Hooker
and Surat
less villains 260 for export. and extraordinay demands to be
murdered several the
helpless Queen published a proclamation calling occasion I Jenckes, Levy, Judge Marvin,
children." upon The sales during last month amounted to the steam boat Gov. Dudley kept to saved and deposited, with the States. Whata McClel
,his former companions to lay down their and American the left, which, of course, caused the concus McCants, Morton, Roche, ,
Extract of letter from of Nor. 114,600 bags, 5700 were wasteful and imbecile career in financial Rbn Scher
a a gentleman of
arms, and complete the pacification Spain. forwarded into the unsold. 35,200 sion. Capt. Smith, of the Dudley, on coming affair Thompson, Westcott, White, W3.
I folk, (one of a volunteer company,) dated Havre and New York Steamers The country aboard the North Carolina if all the Web
American were taken on speculation, and The credit of the General Government Hams, Wood7 \ On the other
26 1831
Southampton, August : Havre mention that Messrs. Guillon
journals lives saved and answered in the
were being
We saw several children whose brains and Bertrand, of that place, who had been in 4300 American, 250 Carthageni, 700 Suntt affirmative, expressed his determination to I I id now so hight as to borrow money, at 5 side, Bartlett, Fitzpatrick, Hunter, Malone,

were knocked out, and we have accounts of London to induce AOrnA Euljsh.capitaljststo and 900 Bengal for export. Prices on' th'e1.e. rmitinup. lull. ft rpffartuin. fnnflttAttA In !, per cent., and various whig financiers are Semtnes, Stephens, Wright,1.
....... ..iilt lot JuuvWOTV lrJ a or lay :
VAjtupaioU ''anxious to have it ASSUMED and
t the murder of sixty-eight men, women. ana in the for establishing! a line of managethe We here find
: join company lb. in American, :arid : by the wreck until morning, which was done a majority of Bank interest,
higher common
per State DE TS. Let the
I children. I steamers between Havre and New York, Id in Sea Islands, nndW lb. lower in ; in order to save the property of the passen. people ponder and two directors and the Bank attorney,and
. Here, sir, is a specimen of PRACTICAL have returned in with Sir J. Camp. I per on these facts, and see how little reliance
company At half six o'clock the wreck
ABOLITION. It is a scene which may be bell, Sir John Rennie, and Messrs. Routh & ,I Bengal, and 1.4d in Egyptians and Surat": I I left gers.by the Dudley past, and the crew and was should be placed on opposition abuse of either a majority of those disinterested, voting (o

expected whenever black conquers white, or Barnes, who are the bearers of propositionsfrom I passen. the Administration or its prominent offi the measure ; and still, the Star insinuates
I i gers were landed at Wilmington at 3 o'clock
ALGIERS. The London Heraldof
.he spirit of darkness prevails over light. It body English capitalists. A grand Morning cers.Globe.From that it was designed to break down the Ban
the of ,
1st the
July, gives following as
js a. scene which will become as broad as banquet is to be given at .Havre to those gen. P.M.The amount of lost by the object openly avowed, he insists, at the
used the I the substance of the latest advices from Algiers property pas. the Savannah Republican.
*., your land, whenever the means by tlemcn, and a subscription has been openedfor : sengers is considerable, and may be estimatedat I time. I wont do, Mr. Bartlett ; t again.
p sect of Abolitionists produce RoM FLOKirA.
present that purpose. The despatches arc satisfactory, inasmuchas from 815,000 to 820,000. But a few The editor insists again, that Locofo-
natural-effect. And you and your Southern Extensive Emigrution from Germany.For .- saved their By the steam packet Charles Downing, .
clothes and those whose trunks
Bell and Garland aid. they stop the accumulation of sinislrc rUe cos were determined to put down the banks;
associate are blindly several days past, the coach direct from Captain Dent, arrived here yesterday morn.
were found their :
ing this Cell spirit in its bloody progress Paris has brought us whole families of Gcr. : mors which were propogated on Saturday pletely picked saturated up, that contents of so com. ing, we have been politely: furnished with the the avowed object was to get rid of them

You have leagued with pledged Abolitionists mans on their way to Havre, where they are ; aud Sunday at Paris, relative to the Algerine vice. The writer, ef this they article were with no several ser- St. Augustine News and Herald, of the 24th One of their most efficient schemes w
tho whole of these
;lo consummate the victory over the South, to embark for America. So considerable is Though reports others, had no in the Gov. instant, from which we extract the following '< that of crying down the credit oft banks.
which then went so far to half the clothing on landing
as destroy
.achieved that at You .
by sect Harrisburg the number of these emigrants that the ordinary intelligence :
Dudley but with much : .The most tales were
French and to leave Marshal Vallee a they wore supplied, unblushing cil
not submit to the of all army
only proscription
found Indian.r.-Last
vehicles from Paris to Havre were a and
r Southern men from the Presidency, but prisoner in the hands of Abdel Kader, are not liberality, by Mr. Delbanco, of Mobile, and sergeant one 0 in regard to their trnsctions their responsibilities -
you insufficient to convey them, and the authorities ; other private were killed by Indiana near Fort
true there is still too much to passengers. We are informed that and their losses. Asif this fabrication -
divide ; yet reason
the South, lessen its moral, political, of the .lll'8sagerielllolalu send some of White. Their bodies wee dreadfully
: nd physical powers, and blindly give aid, them by our diligence as often as any places I believe that African affairs wear a very bad seven the leather mails, and two saved.canvass bugs, containing or the tithe of it, would b blye

comfort assistance, and strength, to aspect, and that tho rear-guard of the Mar.shal's were gled.In the editor this colored got
"* courage in it chance to be v""a.cant.-Dieppe paper. Mr. Middle Florida baggage tiaiu had been says, i no
has been and all Chinn of La., and Mr. Dawson, of
ihe fanatics. whose knives whetted for the army cut to pieces,
are but
The Leipzic Gazette, under date of Constantinople captured.An for the of producing effect,
Ga. up purpose
throats of the in the neighborhood of Algiers destroyed were both much injured, the former by
What your people June 10th, asserts that Redschid by fire. The misfortune which has the concussion, and the latter by leaping from escort of a sergeant and six dragoons, a simple statement of facts sscetib of
do you expect to gain by a course Pacha had time had under.
for some a secret returning to Fdrt King, when near a creek "
occurred to the has taken one boat to tho other. proof from their own muths.
rear guard placeon
full of
.6 o degradation And danger to the
standing with the French Government, three miles from Fort Holmes discovered
proud and intelligent people whom the southern side of the Col do Teniab, The shock was so sudden, that before half I Now we ask Mr. Bartlett if he really believes -
you repre. in accord with that of Austria had
: gained a some wild turkeys, and while in the act of
seat! What interest of that people has Mr. those of and where the French had, after the capture of of tho passengers could get out of their berths, what he has stated 1 If he does, we
Van Buren assailed that complete victory over England Medeath to sustain similar and the cabins were filled with water,and most of shooting, they were fired upon by a party ofl
you treat him as less Austria. The result expected from this intrigue a struggle, Indians, wounding two of their number will try and help him to the true conclusion.
worthy of their confidence than Abo. where General Berthenezein 1831,sustained those on board were compelled to leap from ,
pledged would be the of the I who have been and are
The Does he
arrangement quarrel defeat.It the hurricane deck. mortally. escort fought off the enemy, want to her
kiionittsl Does he not with them in a severe
agree of the Sultan and Mehemit Ali without and succeeded in reaching Fort Russell.Fort the real enemies of the banks-who Ufe
On in the Vanderhilt f
that Marshal Vallee returning ,
I hostility ta a National Bank to internal im. foreign illt r\'r.ntion. appears imaginedthat yesterday,

.: proretnents by the_.!General Government. to The Paris journals positively announce the he had blocked up the anny of the Emir; nothing was seen of tho wreck.of the North prevented them from meeting their engagements

an oppressive tariff And on the vital subject recall of Marshal Vallee from and' but he unexpectedly found several of the Carolina, except a few pieces of timber. Downing, which had been abandonedon with the public 1 We can reafif answer
of.abolition has he himselfto mountain in Smith,of the Vanderhilt sailed around account of its unhealthiness, was burned, who
r not pledged the appointment of Marshal Molitor to sue. passes tho hands of the'enemy. Capt. the question. Not the Locofocos,
since 3d
defend the af the South Presi. In order avoid the vicinity of the wreck several times inst., by Indians. Several new
rights as a ceed him. The success of the French in the. to fighting at a disadvantage, at the rafts have received but slight accommodatioM from

: t .dent x>f the United States ought, by a veto I capture of Medeah, Miliana, and Cherchell,! the Marshal thought proper to change his request of the passengers, but nothing could.' Okeechobce.were seen on the Suwannee by the str. the Bank the honest people ort
not plain,
upon .jsoy act Congress to abolish slavery appears to have been more than counterbal.I ground, and decamping in the middle of the be found. ; their W

l in the District of Columbia Is it possible. anced in the absolute impunity with which night, succeeded in withdrawing the bulk Up to this time, several passengers do with. country, who make their monty by

that the rights and interests of the South the Arabs overrun and the plains, and of his force without alarming the Arab host. out the ordinary comforts of clothing, &c., On Saturday last, stick, to which was at. lab and industry ; but the pretended

could be more safe under any other man a! destroy the crops of the ravage colonists.On The rear guard, composed of 800 men, was and will probably be detained in town for a I tached a hair-like substance and a s0l bun. 1 of the Bank-men who, with honey o their

. : President 7 Is it probable that they would be the night of February 28th, the Chinese not so lucky, and the moment it had clear. I I short time. die of 15 sticks, was found on ground I lips and smile on their countenance, swear

as'sffein the hands of a candidate nominal- attempted to burn the English ships at ed the summit of the mountain, And had begun Great presence<<: of mind was displayed by where the last murders on the Picolata road that stand for the Bank through thick

''f-! ted ihevgh the influence of the Abolitionists, Tong Koo, by sending them two to descend its fastnesses in tho direction all concerned during the accident. took place. The solution of this is said to i f they up 1
V and sustained by their pledged leaders filled with combustibles among, and burning ; but I. of Medeah, it was assailed by a corpsof The night was as pleasant! as could be de be : the sticks indicate 15 killed, and the hair. and thin-that i relieved through sustain.I rt?;

- Or do you agree with your friend, co-corn- the wind drove them clear of the shipping, 2000 Arabs, who fell on it with equal sired. The sea was perfectly calm, and every like appendages that they were scalped. money, they will do a they can t

.mittee man and co.worker in the Harrison and little damage was done. They triedit I' audacity and f fury. The Arabs and the I thing promised a speedy and successful tor- The detachments of volunteers which: left men, many of whom could never bare,sustained

.cause, )Jr. Saltonstall, that it is, a sufficient again very on the next night, but with no more French fought hand to hand, the bayonet mination of the voyage, when the vessels were on Tuesday, 14th inst., for the South, pro.1 themselves without a bank, and ***

ground for want of confidence in the Prcsi. success. proving a weak defence against the fierce carelessly run into each other.Courier.TUE ceeded a fa a Spring Garden ; and return its assistance will only more pt a'barrassed

dent of the United States, (Air. Van Buren) Some of the London report, that stabs of the yatachan. In vain the French ek on Friday night, without having seen any instead b eon-
that in the papers soldiers tried form SECOND DECLARATION' OF INDEPENDENCE. of the -men wh o
duties to solid
entering on of he trade masses, and re. enemy. no*
in March the whole was are
early foreign : dollars
made declaration pulse the wild .-Tho Independent Treasury has tent with five or
gratuitous t htJi by discipline attacks of their t
: but find of
he should veto-any bill which oF,. stopped it. The, we cannot in any still account carriedon I assailants. J :become a law, and we rejoice that of all too [ Col. Harney has not been d6er by the satisfied with only hundreds of thouttDT'

feet the abolition of _slavery in the., District of smuggling opium was vessel The Arabs got between the files, overpowering : days in the year, wo can announce the glori. heat and rains and insects'of from who, content with loan of stocbt .
very actively, by English lumr n
.Columbia?" Do you think with him, that Part of the expedition against China sailed and slaying every thing before them., I i ous result on the anniversary of our Indepen. seeking the Indians, and possi. borrowed large sums in other **$*. *
thif'w: 1M most' sentiment The French valor dence. We have broken the ignoble shacklesof ble, the grain before it shall therw
objectionable ever from Calcutta early in April. The ships, at length prevailed, and the the crop have been what has broken the Bank, crt

4Zc 1 a E Ctiff.bfagistrale; of this nation!" steamers, etc., were to rendezvous at Singapore little corps was enabled to present -solid bank tyranny, scarcely less powerful, gathered and taken away. He i again fn her prevented her paying spew

If" 01'-.do, I am sure that your constituents on the 20th May. front to the enemy. The Arabs attacked less grinding, or less hostile to the spirit of the field with a command of scour upon a clafflon a

and the people of the South do not. I am three limes, but were each time repulsed.The liberty than that which our fathers shook off. ing the country between drgD MeUn and and done more injur than a the .

.sure that they win rally behind, this certain I From UK Lo-idon-SUM of July 31. French then got two mountain guns to May those shackles broken forever. The New Smyrna. Courage and cries of .

etui impregnable defence, instead of being NEWS FROM CHINA. act, which kept the foe at a more respectful( Federal Government is now brought back to a this mus one day g far untngenrg acheye r When the Directors of a B swa" '''P.

iempied by _aspirants office, gamblers upon The overland mail from India has arrived, distance, and finally the rear guard.joioefl the currency left the of the Constitution-the banksare pose Florida. the larger part of the capital_ w te t

election i *,** mea Minded wW, prejudice: and bringtag Canton papers of the 15th of April, the main body, after sustaining a loes..ot: 140 to ontrol of the States that created a slight tendency t proauw A

-'., place tfeegr 4eace iofqrects in the and Bombay papers of the 23d May\ inclusive. dead and 300 wounded ; in fact, .half/.ita them. The long Struggle'or four years General A tead, it is undr will of may the hay'evils The for V.

JUAOS gf fofv&tei of 0a&h,'Claifc ii4Ibg1l From Canton the news is more interesting number., The marshal is severelyoensu! :: betwe the'pcoplo and the money power has meke his quarters, during 8mmr complained o the

$ ;;wbo hUjtdvowo& in a dun( important. The Chinese are making red. for not coming, to the relief of his.rear I ended in victory for the right-the will of the at the new depot of Pilatka. The change I rectors of the Bank, acr t K!

lie speech si Gferdaui, O. &at fee W/LL (for them) vigorous preparations for hostilities guard, as the firing was heard distinctly at his people has become law.-Charleston Mer. the oNi location is consido red most (aorl o i of th Legislative Cocil, ow"J

NOT VETO ANY BILL WHICH 'CONRE3S with England. They were busily con. bead quarters. He allege! ,.. as an excuse" I r both,as regards economy and the facity shares on stock account, besides a cio
:; MAY PABSTtfeopto fin for that% he had taken precaution I Reason is one of the greatest and most transportation.The o How much
structing numerous rails burning Brit every against m
of Cha 8oslb wfaica the Arabs and that. he interesting features of man, and It is to them -
eaose you isb shipping, and as from time' immemorial supposed the firing count we cannot uy-i non"
:Wilt.... Cor'''''ta*, %c. V&II11I'ren. who I tke ingenuity of the Chinese has been directedto proceeded, not from any serious attack,but that the Democrats appeal. Passion belongsto schrs. Medium and Ph&bc 4.j Margaret denied to all but the .

;. 1' .wet t. *eu _/ 13Z to akii4lsviaLkD'.f the manufacture of the fire works, there is from that useless love of display whichTis brutes as well as human beings, and from put in here on Saturday, in''consequence iitate. bt"w* .

Cebu&vi, or Gen. more danger to bo apprchcuded from these in. consequent*! on mountain war&re. These its waTyward rioting, the Federalist. expect of head winds. They are freighted t guess, we should say ta te I ****
jerat .is luecess. Which party tu the good of the with the canoes built'for the ed by them.altogether would make a
fLuko2vh foUidjr pledged t: I (ernal machines, than Irora any of Admiral excuses not serre I his turn in Paris, exploration of
".v If.W$24 C..Z"M M MS*.. I K win's (floating btttrerjes.Ths where :his conduct is, fondly condemned by whole people at heart, t1e one that calls on the Everglades under Lie t.; McLaughlin litUe abort of.a million of d j f

r AMOS !fD.1LL. I "American Merchants, finding that Can. classes.,; la addition to his military dis. I the Judgment to act' or.tie passions to 'gov.cmi S. N. The boats are ef I: very :light drM| round_sum for t'et wagement i't
,,. E. \ kre seca article aster the colonists It waa not pitssioi obtained our Cree. of water, and capable of carried
jvu U &e Ka- ton fras likely to be soon'too hot for them, have again severely/nf- being by two of Jho o ,,
,... .l4"VKM.. o. DOt latter ya II rziii and that Great Britais was not to be deterred feted in the,vicinity of Algiers, and .a partyof dom ; it was not passion hat 'composed our men with great ease,1 tha in shallow :

.. .. DO twa that I address ""l8ten to from'seeking reparation for the insult offered Arab,i nwau &. have again appeared constitution ; it wu DOt paaaion d U8 oh obstructions, men wi bo pce'and F Cog has.adjourned, ani .

,lonsawe I care a fig tar ihe plain, burning 'the to guard sacredly both ou indep and bled push forward with but inconve --.. We
jot ycttrsel your to Ike,represcQtaa'reof her sovereign, and the << crops on the ground litle rm : a .
; O1 Ip, and carrying off our con titution, nor will ,poui i aJheQ tain nience. The vessels saijed ( ever,that! we l almitted
robbery; of her subjects, 'by their protests,bad any property they can lay ). 9J Tuesday I a b Un

p. Jt&andjQa, morning. .jy the next s. Two. bilk w

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( From the Oclcolocknee District-Captain the Lower House of .
the -
next Legislative
q admlwion i one providing or ------I-- -_ '

,4 gdjnission 3 for our entire, under the St. Joseph Con. John Myrick, Asa Munson.On Council.DAtflEJL I I I fy and AFWWTJCHITS wtothttMcef BTTHX consent FtXIIDfrT of thcSenate.ROBXXT '-TweDl7 'Dollars; a .LI I, 1
motion, it was Resolved, That the committee M'BAENY, TRAYED or STOLEN ftontJM ".
with further -.
the other a provisionthat Bunn
solution ; now have leave to retire in order to THOMAS BAI/TZEIX to. be Surveyor of the oa tJae. alibi =rf MW inst t, a LARGE 1BE

as lOOn as our population would number prepare their report ; and that in the mean JOSEPH BRANCH Public Lands for the Territory of Florida, SORREL WAGON HORSE'Baa and tail rather Co iamiB. i' 'ere ..'

80,000 each side the Suwannee,that the Leg. time, the Convention take a recess for fifteen WATH'I W. WALKER. fo'tbe_ term of fror. year from the 11th inclined by the to Is whilst two smaH awrks OB hb alps SALE DAYS-iWedaesdaytaadSatardgn.
day of IIU'Ii tbcrnarka has been
Ultture without further action of Congress, minutes. Whereupon the blank in the 14th resolu. mission June, 1840, when bis former com. porchased reeeally (rem a gentiewan raeoUectad fron Macon, Jee. ,

pight reaolTe the State into two, East and After the lapse fifteen minutes, the Committee tion was filled up with the names of the above JAM.expired. ueergia. .TJa above reward wiB be'given for fciin THE in the,East half o
individuals. .: B .T. AXCHXX to be Attorney of deli enJ to me at Tallahasscee of
,and additional Township 1. Range 1
will returned and made the Re. an 3 h
This following
WetFIoridU. bill presume, the United reward for '
The President then appointed the States for the Western Districtof the Horse aDd Thief and West, a rru- .forward S'
hardly pass at present unless there be applications port: twenty.five individuals the following Florida;. m :place Vntdn Butler. &ar5 2 HENRY NICK 01$. th 20lh iat,& lie ; r oti>at
as Democratic nm
Whereeu it is the of freemen
duty to the
for the admiwion' of fro NorthwesternStates with eternal vigilance the of guard I Committee Vigilance and Correspondence, L. W. BXITH to be Attorney or the'U. Cotton Press Screws 4k Hone Power day prtperty. wi'revert t U Aoettooeer.ovtter.
Wisconsin and low : under the 15th resolution States for the Southern District'of Florida.I CauUTHE -.. R J.HACKLEY .
And whereas these : .
I' be TUaaa
blessings can only tabiciike 18
secured *wl>o introduced the caat-iroa
We think we can assure our friends that by watchfulness on the part of the people Tallahassee.-_Wm. H. Michael, J. W. Charleston Henry Deas Collector oftke' Customs at.. Screws and Hone-Power Caitinjrs m 'Jamaica & New England. ,

we have nothing further to fenr from the ad. and attention to matters of public interest Levinus, D. M. Sheffield, W m. H. Francis South Carolina vice James R. the neighborhood of Tallahassee, bas rein med the I I American GinCognac s

would not taking care to their sentiments R. Myrick,I. G. Searcy. Pringle resigned. ,- Iron Foindnr business in Baltimore; and i*prepared mon Brandy, ...in9 Maraa Caret' .
vocates of Division : although we express openly to rarnwh the cotton screws,deferefed Havana white '
CentreviUc XECKIVERS QXn1U.L..If on board
maintain the absolute and fairly on all suitable occasions: And W. G. Ponder,Jos. B. John of vessels in the of Brow.' Myers, Lf,
BaltiracTeV fur common
in efforts to port one hun
relax our John Stephen Allen, at the of New York aa SpDib
city ,
of keeging the pub. whereat, the subjects indicated in the follow. son, Judge,Thomas John, D. Houck. in the State of dred and tW Qty..fiye dollar*each. Abo, Canting CiarH..o Canle No. Sp.
necessity and advantage OckolocJmee-John Myrick W. G. Lester New Tork. for hori pow.n, air kinds' of Lemon p" landed
ing resolutions, are believed to be of deep and macninerjr, and lor HuM &I. Cr
lie aware of the efforts still in progress by pervading public interest, and of Asa Munson, Jas. Willis, E. P. Grant. Isaac Hill, at the city of Boston, in the I' agricultural implement, at moderate prices for bri Ln an for sale by
worthy pub.lic State of Baltimore .SPENGLER
effect that objectLet St. Maries Massachusetts. acceptances. 3.
the friends of Division to cousideration: -Robert May, sr., A. R. Alex. &LYMA.I
undivided front in ander C. M. Joeepk Johnson, at the city of Charleston BaltimoeJi,17J340. JAMES MOORE. I Bacon Sides. ..
maintain an regard Thompson, R. H. Blount B.F. i
still Resolved 'ICP For the and casks
us therefore, m (the State of Snuth Carolina. I utility good work of the machines 30 just lair from scfar fJrcaiofind
to this matter ; too much vigilance can. 1. That our speedy admission into the Na. Wbiting. ,refer to Col. U. W. Braden and Je*.o Willi (or tale b, .

not be kept up. If Division is effectedthere tional Confederacy is looked to with increased Shell Point-H. H. Walker, S. W. Coleman the George'Peri State of Missouri., at the city of St. Louis, in .. !_.E q. aug 8 t ,3 ___jaly_ 4 SPENGLER & LYMAN.

calculating when we shall admitted... solicitude and anxiety, as the first wish of John Sowel..1lficcotukieThos.. List Of letters remaiaiug ia the Post Of- Flour, Sugar auld Coflee

j is no every true Floridian, and an object dear at Reynolds, George E. From the Chicago Jill.] Democrat. taken at within TaUaluusee on the Ul August-.if nol J un landing from ue schooner Urchin, and for
have been taken to one of the heart Dennis.On HARRISON out three months they will to seat to sale by
Exceptions to friend of the South. DICTIONARY. '
every the General: Post Office aa dead letters July 4 5PENGLER LYMAN.
resolutions passed at the meeting at Oclocko. 2. That the present National Administra. motion of Jehn Miller, the preambleand Log Cabin.-A $5OOO palace. Armslrong Robert 2 HOI Lint J II 2 &

coalition between tion merits and resolutions were put upon their final pas. Hard Cider. Atkinson Jesse Harrison Ignacias ( ipece aDd Iew Oricaag Fuads
nee precinct, charging a possesses the confidence of -Champaign wine at $5,00 O "Waated-For wbkb the highest prenfam

the Bank party of this Territory and the Ab* the people of Florida, as having for its distinguishing sage, when the same were unanimously adop per pint and a half bottle. Adjt.AikinI'lit Moses Infantry S Hall Hamilton Mrs Jane Marvin J will J b paid by SPENGLER 4t'LYMAN.

ohtionists of the North. We have not con. characteristics a sacred regard to ted.On motion A Poor Man.-A $6,000 cinecurist in Armsttd George' "' a H&rlv NulH June 46-
the restraints of the Constitution and of Thomas Baltzell, Esq., it Cincinnati. AsbCW -
-r York
respect Charleston and
it the design of one to make this i Ger
eidered any for the rights of the Southern people. was unanimously Resolved, That a Central A Farmer.-A man who occasionally Lieul Wm D Jourden 6eaborn New Wanted-For

charge ia an- offensive. light.,. but. .rather. as an 3. That) the coalition of the Northern Whig Committee of Correspondence be appointed; il rides by his four farms in his coach and four Brltton Liect F Jeffries Pattrick' highest premium Fad be paid. whc
Berry Hi-nry John HLangvnhein
from the position wnica the and that said committee be charged with the with driver. King jane 5SFINGLER fc LYMAW.Floor .
inference sup. a
party with Northern Abolitionists and Federalists negro Bush Mus Sarah W
porters of Gen. Harrison have assumed by of the North, in the election of Presidentof duty of drafting an address to the *people* of An old Soldier.-One who, standing at Bra4'f* f ;" s.- :; Bacon, Lard, 1Uolass, ,

the election of Florida.Whereupon. a distance, has lived to thousands Bofneit TtiCmaiBrotighlon Madisoa'DrV C I. landing froQ the Fchr
contributing to an individualfor the United States, is calculated to awakenthe see of his Pacific, for sale

the Presidency believed to be also their vigilance of every true Southerner. the said following gentlemen were comrades die on the battle field. Breed John Joseph McCants HonMountain Joaepi May:an 8PENGLER LYMAN.
duly Jonathan J
appointed committee:-Thomas 2
The Greatest General.
choice. The proceedings of the meeting 4. That we cordially approve of the con. Baltzell, James A. Berthelot -One who knows BojdGBernard McCarrcr Rev James NOTICE. !
duct of our Republican Representatives in the I Leigh Read, too much to be caught within the reach of E Martin George W "BT lIltING my from the Territory
handed to us late, and were committedto John Miller, James D. ab
Elias E.
Westcottjr., the Brooks JLy
were Lower House of the late Legislativo Coun. enemy's bullets.A James Miller Capl D S James A. Daniel M'Raeny
without observation. Now Blackburn, Charles S. Sibley Jos. M'CanU Brjton John McNeill mrch attorized a
press although cil, together with that of the Democratic Second Jackson.-One whose fears did my aen'
W. Anderson Burnett Thou H. Mart Alexander aiji ,
A. my
have heard and seen it frequently chargedthat Spengler. his some service him J. .
ire members of the Senate. country by causing to Blockledze! James Malone David E H
the Whig party of the States bad united 5. That the House ef Representatives in motion of William H. Michael, Esq., it resign and thereby giving President Madisonan Byrd: If Merrynu MyeajahMasrcy NOTE L Mislaid,

with the misguided and fanatic party of the the late Council, in investigating the condi. was unanimously Resolved That this Con. opportunity to call the first Jackson in the Brock George Daniel A by Young fo twenty the.two dollars given
vention Subscriber
do George dated
now appoint ten to Thomas S t
persons attend Bryan Mitchum Mrs ElizabethBall
North called the Abolition party, for the pur. tion of the Banks of the Territory, fulfilledone a District Convention to be held in the town field.One I SamI H Nims Albert 3Nelson some time in January All persons are cau
of the sacred Term.- life estate. gainst trading for the said A
duties liberal
most to their constituents
Gen. Harrison of Barry Richard Thos T D.
the .
IKWC of elevating to Prcsi.jdencv Monticeflo on the 22d instant, for the reward will bfiven to the finder
purpose The Star Banner on returning it
and have earned our gratitude for the Spangkd -A red flan Butler Jacob Obrien James \
would not make the nominating four suitable __July, 1840 49 JAMES
C. .
yet we charge fidelity and ability with which that duty was persons from nel petticoat.The ,Bryant L H Oliver.Miss Sarah Ann WELL8.Dtt. "*

against any of our citizens of being Abolition. discharged. the_,_ .Middle., .District,. to represent. ... the'Demo.T People. The banks. Branch Nicholas Oscood: Lieut E S F. 8 BEATTFK *

ists, when-there can be so little ground,for an *}. That the exemption from execution of crime nepuwican party an the Senate of the '. Ttie Poor Man's Friend.-One who votesto BoydWmIl Janice Panel LM HAS resumed U pco Medians U aUUa
next Legislative Council. Bogert Phillips Henry S professional .
tden seen.ceo
union of interest between them. We take property mortgaged to the Banks is an odious Whereupon, the Convention nominated the sell white men into servitude because they Cumminjrs John Pritebard MUM Caroline to community.an .His office i at St. Marks,

ia numbering the Bank feature in our laws, another important privilege cannot pay their debts.A ,Crump George Pobworth Joseph at the house of8.C. Spencer. ,
pleasure' among party of Bank Stockholders, far worse than the following individuals T. Baltzell, J. A. Friend of the Constitution.-One who I Chairs Mm A M 3 Penny Capt Henry jul111 is 2m [The Star will
in this TerritorymaflY of our personal friends, Berthelot, Jen'l.. Miller, B. Croom, Richard would liberate the slaves in the southern I Catron James M Pitman EdwarJ C eopy.
Entails the last PRIVATE
of fen. SALE.
system remnant
of high and unblemished cha. Whitaker, W. C. Lester, H. II. Walker J. C.impbcll John Qiwil Samuel
and gentlemen States law of HAVE received on
dalism, long since abolished in most of the F. Kachler 'V. G. by a Congress.A Carr David Quintoek James I consignment,and wiIU.
30,000 feet Got
PonderGcorge E. Den.
States; that it should no longer be tolerated; Patriot.-One has held various of. Corbet George Kuzdbnck \VGorort quality II 'inch flooring bads

racter.We do not, however, hold ourselves acCountable and that the attempt of the Lower House of UIS.I fices for rising forty years and still wants JCt'ot Kaodall Dr BcrlonRcupken i 50.0 3-4
Oil motion it was Crane Jos 3,00" wealherboarding;
Resolved C
I unanimously H HRoach
for the proceedings of a public the !last Legislature to remedy this glaring in. more. 1,0 wntling;
That the:thauks of this Convention be Callaghan Thoj SpencerChadwick I .. .
I tendered A Gallant Warrior. J '
meeting of our fellow citizens, publishedia justice, meets our cordial approbation, whilstits to the President for man who fights Chas Rider WmRhodes 0,0 sills and plate
the able
our columns, when signed I by a Chair. defeat by the Senate evinces an injurious I faithful and successfully by proxy as a general once did Conner Hugh 0 Jtihn II* I :,0" joke;
J discharge of his duties; as also to by: Johnson Daviess and Daniel Abraham 10 cak lime;
We ,
man and Secretary. give them as mat- influence, showing a regard to the interests of the Secretaries of this Randolph Dni& pickled cod.
I Convention.On .
of and as expressive of the i the Bank The People's President.-Clay, Webster, Druer Peter Rot.ey 9
ter news, opin. rattier than the undoubted wishesof 'eb 39 EDWIN W. DOR tr.
ions of the people. We are accountablefor the people. motion, it was further Resolved, That Biddle, Wise, Graves, & Co., Guardians of Dawkins E"hr:11 Spading Major _Notice
he proceedings of this Convention be : "
our editorial only, and refer to those in. 7. That it is inconsistent with our free in. ished in the Floridian. pub. Madame Harrison. Dawson Charles L Sumpter John L DURING my absence from the Territory

(crested in other matters, for an equal re. stitutions, and destructive of our rights and Destructives. Washington Jefferson, Duval JP Smallwood Mrs MtKaanght& Ormond a .al
After which, on motion, the Convention Madison Monroe, Jackson, Van Buren and Drake Edwin A Swasey Isaac N Nnc I thorise JOHN LEDGER WOOD: '
gponsibility.Rtnmption liberties that bodies to be vested with agnts.
_ claiming adjourned sine die. Benton. D"ggell Henry 3 Smith Mrs Eliza A :' July _._& "
the right of trading upon the credit of the Dempsey Jeremiah Shirer A |
of Specie Payments by the ) Aiigula i
For Universal
the Floridian.A utruct prosperity and L1MBEHLUEB. ;
Territory to the extent of millions, should Robert Muses K
Banks in Charleston.-The Cearlcston Courier defy inquiry as to their true condition, and re. writer in the Star, under the signature of freedom the legitimate fruits of the motto- Eyeril Dub cS2Ereritt Stepheason sawyer Charles 2 :. F 1'tNfc_ :AEt30'O, FEE, YELOW

I of the 22d ult., has the following grati. fuse to those whom they assert to be responsible VIJCDEX,calls for ai.explanation ofthu follow "Equal rights to govern al! Stephen K Saell II VSutherland from Wai l!*er's Mills. ja rini

fying intelligence : for all their engagements, such informa. rig resolution, adopted at the house of Capt. TilE ORIGIN OF THE P1IKASE3. Eagerly Eaton Lyuianriym S W goperS V Dr. ., I TA ALEXANDER. :

, The suspended banks ot this city viz tion would be John Myrick : The Port Leon.July 52 3lNOTICE. 'o
: as practical utility. Washington Correspondent (a gen. James Twely Edward a 18. \,
Planters' and Mechanics', South Western 8. That the Union Bank of Florida should "Resolved, Thai the recent union between the uine whig) of the Baltimore Republican men. Fleming John Trrinberly C L '

Rail Road,South Carolina, State, and Union have invited, and not avoided a thorough investigation Bank parly of thU Territory, and the AboIitioninUnJ tioned in one of his letters to that paper a con. Por yth UobtF'ields Taylor"Edward W SIX muntU after date,application will be
high tariff parly of the North, demands the re- John Taylor Major Joshua 3Fredlander the J of Gadsden mac
banks,resumed specie payments on Tuesday of its affairs, by the Committee of !irolieliua of this people,and gives renewed and additional versation which he had held with a warm A Tradewell Dr-Wra 2 ty fur Jelen Honorbl dia Dc bo-

last. The Charleston Bank, and Bank of the the House of Representatives of last Council, ground for distrust and iuipicion.M lartisap of Clay, soon after the meeting of Fitzpatrick Col R 3 Tradewell Mrs Eliza non of the estate of Elja.admii.trord.n .Swe 'd

State,not having suspended, we can now an. and failing to do so, she has given confirmation Wo will not allow ourselves in the considation be Hafruburg Convention, who was lamen.tigmoa Fairchild Joseph Teigue James late of said county. -

oouoce that all the banking institutions of to suspicions entertained in relation to its of tile queationo pro ..e 4 i by this bitterly that Mr. ,C. had been set Floyd Nicholas2r.nl Ulmer Jas A July JJ., 1840 51 JOHN. IL RHODES.
Charleston redeem their bills in specie de. writer into aside to make for the "available" (lfnrgm W V.r John M
; on past administration. to enter a of the terms room whig Green EJward: B Williams Nathan lUmiswaajr

: mand. The immediate consequences of this 9. That we view with like disapprobationthe I used in the resolution-to idjgutre whether the 'candidate' Gen. Harrison. To this, the I Green Lieut Col John 5 Willey Mrs Zaddy .*) Jail h a Marks two
t proceeding was a reduction of the rate of refusal of the Southern Life Insuranceand I sentiment might not have been differently extressed w hij correspondent aforesaid replied, that i GatltLg A MUramlmg While Tbos One t says his.name S i Bb; stout

I Northern exchange. Bills on New York are Trust Company, and that the conduct of -and whether courtesy, and a defer. it would be a very easy thing to get rid of Christian 'V'ke' Mrs Eliza MWafVer and welt,made,dark br .tucolor,says b belongs

I I now 2 per cent. premium." its Agency al St. Augustine, and of a Bank ence for the feelings of others, might not have GeQeral Harrison. "How 1" inquired the Gavin A A T Walker' David I aac C S Itl Julu. Acclcs,Slnarl LU count Geotf .

We hope this good example will be specdi- lately attempted to be raised on the ruins of prompted a different statement of the case. other friend of Mr. Clay; "w by give him a Hunter HUller I* Sarah I WiUi Mrs$arab W Th,large;ot t.AY'nose, dirk Dm.brown Frderck ap

'Iv followed by the banks generally. The the old broken Bank of Magnolia atSt.Josephin (In our opinion, these arc mere secondary barrel of Hard Cider, and settle a pensionof Holt G G Wiggins Michael belongs to Aaron Champion of Savannah,Georgia.

I solvent institutions will then be refusing to submit to any investigation,deserves considerations. It is the charge alone that we two thousand a year upon him, and my HcrbtlenryValams Henry The said boy has s'et:aaiherTzing hiijf to hire

designated the warmest reprobation of the public. are concerned with-the great question, in word for it, he will set the remainder of his Wrigbt.Jr. Harriet : biraxclf! out,sigsd by'Champion The owners
from the insolvent, and the people be able to i holland lI. 3brgare George F oi the abu ofgr.*s requested to .
with which before the Southern days contented in a log cabin.. prove prop
! themselves 10. That the condition of the Bank of comparison iearaoy Waaell Dr Edward **??. par charges and laker,them away or they
judge upon tangible evidence. Pensacola, the only Bank in the Territorythat people, all others sink into insignificance and Here, it will be observed, this conversa- HutehinsG W 2 White Mm H HWilliamson will tie dealt with according to'Uw.

I We fear there arc too many will be found consented to a full examination, furnishesa contempt. Is it or not true, that the supportof tion takes place between two whigs-.both ioyt Charles R James HENRY LANDER; Jailer.,.
f unable> to friends of of them luck Mrs Nancy Wisban Datid St.Ma J,July 31N840. tlf, ,*
meet their liabilities. lesson pregnant with instruction, and an illustration Generaj Harrison to the Presidency conduces warm Henry Clay-one Hunter L-eutN: W Young Wm

r 14)Uiti0fl4Ekc1ion.From the best infor. full warning, of the evils of the to the promotion of the abolition heresy details these remarks for a republican paper I, Hart Wm TakenJNTailahasaeeontbo3o.Jiinstant Up, ,

: toation we can obtain, we believe the recent system of which it forms part, and excites -that it gives strength to the cause of the for which he was engaged as a correspon. tag ? 2 I.G.SEARCY,P. M. a HORSE,

election in this State has resulted follows misgivings of the actual condition of the other abolitionists and confidence to their hopes- dent, and from this trifling occurrence, has unaie aaa :a.gwe.ine norse u a J i\' ,*
as : Middle District of
In the first and third Bank which have shrunk from scrutiny. that they regard his nomination to the Pre arisen all mummery about hard cider," all Florda two is bind feel white up to his fsllocks. The owo
Congressional Districts, i LEON COUNTY fcUl cr requested to coma ,forward, pay charges aad
the Whigs have carried their candidates ; in 11. That the attention of the people shouldbe : dency as a triumph-as a sure earnest of the foolery in erecting log cabins, or negro [IK CHANCEKT.] COlIT. lake film away. Apply this oftice.or la*

the second the Democrats have succeeded- aroused to their situation as connected with their future success-and as the best means huts.-Can intelligent people be duped by Between RICHARD CRooN Complainant; and HEN _aig.1 J J.R. ROBINSON.

making a gain of one Democratic represen. this Bank, and it being apparent from the Re. ,' of promoting, their, schemes of attack upon such ridiculous trumpery?-Dominion. RIETTA SMITH,ELIZAICTH, M. AKKISTZAD,JOHNB. Stl'D)ed or Stolen

. tone in Congress. The Legislative returns port lately made in regard to its condition, the lives liberty and property of the South tAre M ICO. CAKKOLL, and others Defendants. Port Leon on or about the It day of

l bow a Democratic gain of members in that that the interest shortly coming due on the i not the Whigs and the Federalists of the The schooner Patriot arrived yesterday Cross Bill filed 1 lib December, 189. FROM- a light Bay Pony, long switch tail
South and Abolitionists united in his I'Fhesc opening th matter to the Honorabfe with a swab man,star in the face one white hind
body The sold it will be support UPON
Democrats have of Territorial Bouds by not paid, in 6 from We
: a majority the that be asked morning days Campeachy. BALCU,Judge of said Curt, at Chain I f.Mjt,seven years old. Ten Dollar reward will be
I one ia the Senate, and the Whigs a majority I I the question will be presented to the next are questions ought to learn by a passenger that the town of Cam. bers, this 12th day of May, 1C40, .S. i given fur the Poney, delivered at ,Port Leon or

of three in the lower house, giving a Whig ;: Council of taxing the people, to pay the sum by every man who wishes well to his coun. peachy surrendered to the Federalists on the and L.A. Thop.Solicitors Counsel for i Twenty Dollars for the Horse and Thief. ,

i majority m joint ballot. Last year, the Whigs ; of $30,000; thereby fastening upon the peo. try, and about which he should not rest until 11th June. The vessels of war had left for tho .bill, it appeaijg* thatthe I I WJL CH1LDRESS
bad a in of this until the he is fully satisfied. It is not a question sobpana issued against said HenriettOimilh) Port Leon July 29.1840 1 2tTaJten 0
majority annual
both sum, Cruz with the
houses. Both parties pIe the payment Vera Centralists. Campeachywas Elizabeth M. Armistead and John B. Carroll, de. ,
the but
about of
I Ppear confident of success in November. j! principal of 8500,000 shall become due. feelings individuals a ques. perfectly quiet when the Patriot sailed. 'endants above has been returned by the Up <.
tion the Southern .
LEGIt I 12. That the attention of the Legislature as to the safety of people.At Provisions were high, and business at a dead Marshal of said! t not served, said Defendauia NEAR General Graham's pUatatioq* oo:Uw
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC f I called the enforcing the obliga. I the same time; we would deprecate and stnd atorc flsm.41 r-out of the Jnrudiclion of July. a small sized browa'how-rthrp* __
i I COT(VETT ION. should be to discountenance as much as any one can, the of lhs Court, and appearing by affidavit while feel Inng tail, and saddle Bisiked. The
tions of the Banks, by the resumption at a Captain Hoffman, of the schooner Cu. Ue Mtisfaclion of the thai ties de have
said ihaftanie
w accordance with previous notice, the I j use of opprobrious terms and epithets towardsour Lo Court ; owa r can ,br proving property and
.' to the Leon suitable time, of specie payments, a* a paramount We would to the manche, reports that fears were entertained (undants above named ot of L.Territory paying charges. j. W. SAUNDEKS. -
Agates Democratic
! County duty. opponents. appeal at Matamoros of an invasion from Texas, and in the Slate of New York or th Si of A uff 1. 1840 I 31*
eution assembled at the court house in reason of our opponents. We have an abide ta.lh; Carolina Ordered by the that
1 candidates we are and that preparations were making for its de
in .
That selecting Pork and Baecn.
toe city of Tallahassee, on the 1st day of 13. di. ing conviction that, if satisfied the tendency the said defendant, lenreU&dmillu; Elizabeth Flour,. 0 .
1 the fence. FLOUR
*W 846,at 12 o'clock M. guided by an earnest wish to entrust of the election of Gen. Harrison is such as is M. Armistead and .Carrl do appear and 20 Mils PRIME PORK .
The Convention 1 rection of public affairs to honest and capablemen It is presumed that Tobasco has surrender. answer said CrosBil1., ou or Monday, the .
stated will abandon 20cubSIDES
called order at cause.
to they once
Jwaw by who will investigate abuses,and endea. ed to the Federalists, as the last advices state fifth day October, 1840,or thai said Cross Billie
A. Berthelot when the follow. On the other hand, as our convictionmay 3 do HAMS
Esq., strong
taken confessed
certified .
foes to that 700 men were within a few I leagues of against them
I to correct them-who are monopoly copy .NA landing from ach .Victoria from New Orleans
"i Delegates if will .
answered to their names : be, we pledge ourselves, they_. ol this Order being published by cotnplaioant'weeky '
V. sale
and exclusion-and who will not bo the city.- O. Bee. i. ,and(or bj EDWIN W.DORSEY,
F" CentreviUc District-Vm. G. Pon. k either maintain the same positions as to Mr. Van ._. r until that dy in the ...J.ii?,,m newspaper July 25 No. Berry's'.'K w.

f r,Joseph B. Johnson, John Judge, John \ deterred from performing their. duty, by Buren, at once to abandon his support. A new article of export.-The ship Henry published with the Clerk at Tallahassee of this a irr tMrotf fied '

'elkell, Thomas Johns, Daniel Houck and denunciations or scurrility.I This writer could have known but little of sailed from this port(Philadelphia) yesterday A Cur NOTICE. .
Use e
Richard Carpenter. 4.That abiding in the integrity and abilityof the occurrences of the times when he regards for London, with a cargo of thirty.three pj. R."a G. WELLFORD ALL persons are hereby forwaxned trading for a
N. of attorney given by.me, lo'W. P.
f Fro* Tallahassee District-John W. Let our fellow citizens Daniel McRaeny. the charge as a new one, ef a connex thousand seven hundred and fifty bushels of may JG&.JS l5thQ Clerk. Monroe,to collect my wages aa a Private ia Cant.Suntvv1 .

t tulul Robert Myrick Wm. H. .Francis A. VV. Walker, Thomas Baltzell, and Joseph ion between the Whigs and Abolitionists. It Oats. We believe this is the first large ship. Superior Coart for Lon Coanij. Company the said power of attorney

9'flgter, I. G. Searcy,James A. Berthelot, .. Branch, Esquires, and believing that they will has been made over and over again by mem ment of oats made from this country to'England !OD't .. I D. Sheffield faithfully represent the views and wishes of of in in the JOHN WILUAM CuwPaD,k TI a Horse which proved to be onsooad.
Thomas Baltzell, Wm. U. hers Congress, public speeches I if not absolutely the first shipment of Bul I

, *Md,John Miller, Thos. Tfflinghaat. I'I this Convention as contained in the foregoing different presses of.the Union, and even a late any extent.< style AS Cu8 of trol.. fcc?jr.under Ac Carson.Attachment the.i d July. .19 51. JAMES 0 WALLACE.

From St. Maria District-A. R. Alexan. resolutions we hereby nominate them, as the Intelligencer of 16th July, 1840,contains the. $1,3I82l-Damagu f3,0t-0j00. Notice.TOLEN .

:T,F. B. Whiting,John F. Kachler,Charles f candidates of the Democratic party of the copy of a:etter from the late President of the Oj"1:: total estimates of government loses rH,He, dreoaln.and all others inurted..arc I ; from the Subscriber on Saturslaj rIght

&.Thompson. County of Leon for the House of Represen. United States, General Jackson, making the by banks are set down to the committee of hereby of the institution of said i last,a SORREL.HORSC 17bndshigb, a

F'Dfa tatives in the next Legislative Council, and ways and means at $34,073,722; by the suit, by attachment returnable to UM Term aforesaid white hind foot,with a large wart '\U his sheath
Ockolocknet Dittrid charge, in the following terms:
John precise .
-CapL hue been takes by somero.
lo Any
This end and supposed
required to ,
a Ideclaration
at 08,474,272. ;
. )ck, Da.id recommend them to the active and Conservative Treasury department rle t
Robinaon James Willis B. "It appears that the Rhes *, ia said apr the iDrormalion'will be thankfully nceiftd.and. J
<.. p. Grant,Asa Munson. support of all true lovers of their ctU ntry. the Abolitionist and Federalist have com shows at once the wisdom of its the fiscal policy a1l of may 16 fle 3m JO. BRANCH. L., direct. PTff. ally rewarded., JOIJIC,B. 't"GORMAN.
A i That the Chairman of this Convention in the government in scperating ,JulyS 61 r" **
qoornm being on motion of Jas. 15. bined to obtain, the reins of Government
present ..
A. Berthelot, Gen. ISHAM G. SEARCY appoint a Committee of twenty.five,.who to. their own hands,by a continued system of deceiving of the Banks. Superior C.ur for L. .. County- !" HLOBTOE OF UME, .SOLV.

*s with himself, shall constitute "The I the falsehood and slander EDWARD BiAM N.a.a. 18 _/ TION OF CHLORIDE OF SODA for..
"nwunxHuly chu en President of the gether people, by rV We authorized tu announce WILLIAM a -\ wroa jr., .
'eotaoa and JOHN F. KACOLM and J. Democratic Committee of Vigilance and Cor. ,. of the basest kind, forgetting that the American .' .'D.:MOSELEY, &qM anil Major JOHN L.TAYLOVa and THOMAS CAKSON, trading,'ten .nd rthe straying and CoaUgMa, Decacnpaehig Peeti! aUai odors.

It ALLEx Were Appointed Secretaries respondence for the County of Leon." people are aa enlightened aDd virtuous ; the Ifemocratichndtdau.t.n rere.e.snt firm and style of Wm.Crawford j% &Ca ihma irOate)1, Itralbine'X' SI' .RANDILPH&LZ1&or eflensive ';

notion it The preamble' and resolutions were then who 1h4 .ouaty"of Jefferura iu tfcs. :jwsit LeguUii AtUcbinent $t85&15-Damag.. ,, _L-_' _.1.1 .
r was unanimously Resolved people, capable ofselfgovernmont may -s. -T -
coition. July' IB. and all are .. .. .
T. Baltxell, Esq:, and ; THE JdoaduL otL"et :9. 'I ; IIOTICB.l ,No** \
a. committee, to consist of warmly supported by the falsehoods of designing demagogues of
two by
mem. I 'at .u r11I.E 8uirs.qsaaij i :tb04* indebted.U
"" from ach Aoderson, Esq., in.a most'eloquent be led for moment fcWe are autbojrsed to announce W1L- suit, :J; the lerm-eCws-i
; .* precinct represented in this Walker and politicians, astray a by" t I him.on note .r'p.ifaeaai,la ;: 'fJQt bclappointed by the President, and fervid strain for several hours. After but the second thought has peUed..and al. LIB ALSTON, as a'caudidatet6/ _repcesent said( and are lair &appear and pleadto ibo 'ax further indvlgvac eattnol ho
tclaf'er it unanimously Leon County in the ncxlXegiaUtive C o ncil. cUialion case, tho law directs. given. All accounts unsettled ih.first
together, and suitable which, on motion, was will dispel from their minds, the grossdeceptions a _by ttStf
report ways 16 3m JO. BRANCIL, *
ALorFi Iem will _
may 4'1
fill the blank in balputia M4L' i -
r ui& and Resolved That in order to that hate been attempted to be
resolutions .
expressive of the -
i 8TOBAOB July 25, 840. 52 LEVL CAELTQ& ,
ttw.1 l feeling entertained by this Con. the 14th resolution, the Delegates from the practised upon them," &c Ac.' Superior, Court for L. CountyAovEMixa '- ,.
have I leave to retire for the of r. AT PORT LEONi"' 0 TD. i: utaBagaA US angle Wfrtzel aeedT
-aa regard to the election several precincts I Now, we wish to call! the attenti on citizens
approaching Administrator of alt! aaasingolar
Joan Llsod of Fall Garden Seeds,for solo
frn.n of U* House of ReprawnU.t purpose of prewntin.the jiames of the four Democratic individuals of all denomination, to the testimony on DANIEL the LAUD Storage, from and MiffiolU Comm.ioa, will Baaines com. the BUMe go***, chattels, ,ihL aol ''credit, ,o. bl Tariely. ,BAKDOLPH& LEWIS.Pills. .

LegisLative Council. as candidates to represent this subject; we ask them to read what the : .t the) above place Uw sassing lIIo.'.b, andqUriUi James Branch' \.uM Cats' July 18 ,5I. ;. .
reupon, the President appointed th. party in the lower branch of the next Abolitionists themselves say on the subject; a share or "bUs patronise. m.D jr, and THOMAS CA SOW, r, Ac, BeckwlOa'. : ?"' -

-c. Ug.4es to ,constitute said,Cow.p1I Legislative Councd. '' ," what the Whigs say; and in.your next paper, : Port Leon August I8i0 S trader, the firta and .LII of w.Crawford jr. A SUPPLY of thn lebratod remedy faf Dj

_:I The several Delegates, having reared, re: I we wish to call public attention to what ,Ge I I NOTICE.. & Car ion. :pepsia>wamortad fieafcaadvgajaflBa.., Jo* .
oJ AttmeDmal" 1500.T received and for .. '"
1. ?* IWWbtaee prwtarf-James turned and made the following report by their' Harrison himself has said and is saying, ontbu WEEKS after dais ,I,.Uall apply .U> .tJae teadaBt oen i, July 6th.1840 sal_ 16..RANDOLPH far 0> & LEWIS.ICO .

E.q., w. H. MichaeL chairman : .. We commence_with the lettero1Mr.kendU SIX ..J dI' or the Cotm/_Cart, of LooCMMlf. of,tho imU'ofl .
4 F. The Delegates representing ,the Democra.I late Post Master General to .for ktler of AdMttMiraUo upon the Es. sail, by atlcbmN t b1i Reri1z *,. 451
Marl =iIIct.liobn Conven. : tail .f Mkhul MeNanODI..... County,4. sid and ju, appear and.picas' laliwdadaralioafi 1 UoT rtcc 'ad'ajar vtbs.J .mA-.M--. .
the .
"'Cbu H.Tb cy of Leon County, propose to Mr. Rott of,Virginia, as embodying a large : Dr.-B. H. BLOUNT.St. .. I >edia.saidease>aathelawdtfwiu: ; tray Bahisios.,'avid(or M3.hT" 5 ,- -

dc, &***& pncuu*-Wm. G. tion the following individuals as suitable,can- portion Jnfbrmation. on this subject. Muk*,Aujtwl 1,1MO., 18 42 3 JO.MAlCUAtt.1osPl'L JulyS ft 52 BnTOH&ns I ;< .
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4vEsrF, Joseph B. obD.9n.

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Book Binding. '
.. LEGAL NOTICES., 'I PROFESSIONAL NOTICES rN'flE'meinberaof the Grand and Petit, Juries m continue the above bnsi establishment baa been opened"for tbep.n I iv DEUCE!-I BETQ"
.. ---I---. 2 I .L for Leon County Superior Court;,'at the i TH.otbr w THIS and now pub"! & I
Washington by t
: .. JOHN H. POPE November Tern 1839 who hive .*t baa paid, Cr'o 1 t. Ibsribr i 0rU yeIu .
Square and Maarotf a complete of rrnr.meuba rDUl1a th.piper.
&d ready the
L wvaka after this date, application will be g FFERS hie professional to UM poopU are ow notified that I, am prepared U pay themat assortment of the best of Linen Paper, he is now ,. rplo the accommodation of a rea "I'rn to the wit Gj .
SIX of _, of Jefterson County. Office la MonticeUo, my office"North of the eapUol 1 square, ia Tallahassee b.D'mad. laid happy.D-eSa. m.
f tdi U the Boa. Wro. M. Gibwa Judge who do not call to manufacture.Blank Books of every des sable of visitor, and ampl supplies a rU.a
the Coaatjr Court of Leon County, for letter* ofadainistratiea I over the store of William Deaha/n 4f Co. until the lit Jane. Those be enable fe Bank Public Office,Mer .i in of the comforts and many of luzrio'o!". P HENIX BITTERS. T PI
that will not paid. cripto.uitbl.
time and the rst rn, -I
OD the MUU of Daniel Albright, Montiollo.May 30,1840.JAMES ,by sip THOS. BROWN, chut & otfe in single or complete .t1; country. These who patronize .place ea'll, Those who have perused

late of said county, ceued.t T. ABCHEB Ono of UMJ administrators of 8. H. Days, D. Record, ,Docket Books, and all other t.he summer will find their situation more pleasant redtowiIlob.sr.th,1 l t Jt"&

.Jal.c9 F. B. WHITING. I ATTORNEY AT LAW, May 28 l deceased,late Marsh I M. D Ilnk Books used by County ConrUcan b obtain. han usual. Te Spinl and r-Ho.are attest the tct that no ? al,Bn _,

WEEKS aftsrdate, I shall apply to the .- e short DOt ruled and bound ia any style i ia good order delightful and Ir.l .uenc taking of these mdj o.j 1
( SIX w the Court of Leon I TaUafuuiee Fla. PARTNERSHIP ad equal to notbera or any i in attendance to the calls of the visitors. e but Ua the patient- -.
Judp letters of admin'slration upon the estate Office oa M,nroe Street. in Wyatl's new build FRANCIS LEVI HART entered ruir Pacala.ttt.ie will be Tho waters of the Suwannee Springs a justly I operation, i 1"oni.&I, 1.4-iUt
in,. May 5G.J. WHo 1840, old Magazines celebrated for medicinal properties-many invalids ;
t .f Benjamin MetcaUi deceased late of Leon Co. C.pa lit January, un paid t re-binding Bb, Newtp tei bUteuttoofnlt was
I June 19 gw ROBERT J.HACKLEY. CANTS, dot the style of FauN& HA&T, at the oU L stand Pamphlets, or have great relief and otherrtordt amicte disease,and 1 i. a"
of W..H. FRAMCM. WM H. FRANCIS, oametl binding, or S match patterns. Paper health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant acute &, great relief i.
t: Notice. Attorney and Countcllor at Law, Feb. 127 LEVIHART for Bil"-Luer$c. resort during the summer months,this place equals hours curs 1 generally ob j. a r

SIX week. after dais, I shall apply to the Hon. practice in the Courts of the Middle He good assortment of Blank any other situation in Florida, or the adjoining thre d.y. eAe j i t. .

or the County Court for Leon county, WILL blot and in the Court of Appeals. Of- Walker's Strayed Mills, about, the first of April &ok.Letter and Writing Paper,ruled or plain of country. In cases of Fun ef every
) for letter of administration upon the estate of fico at TsllaitflMW,Fla. tf april Iff, 1840 FROM Sorrel Mole, with a blaze in face, quality. Ruled paper ef every description. Charges will b moderate. bilious affections, it isugbt anne) forms

Thotnu Horn late of stud county deceasod. and 1 of color with on his t cheekbone All orders thankfully received and promptly attended E. G PONDER, &I believe tbeniversally tan
a bay a scar Lu MElclg'
BENJAMIN T. HAGAN. JOHN P. DUVAL, reward to. P. HAYWARD.. 48 RICHARD JONES. admitted to ae ,
and about 5 old. A liberal 6.18.
was b
June 20, 1840. 47 6 ATTOKNXY LAW years effectual 10 speedy .
A.T 'both of Ta.llabassee.JulyhIS-tf| cure extant in
will be given for the delivery on* or NOTICE. al eli.
t: NOTICE. WILL practice in the courts of Middle and them, at Walker' Millsor at Capilohu Myriek's, Cotton Weighing. Subscribers offer for sale the folio win f ar The Lire MEDICMU ar all a ott'
Florida and Court of Appeal Res- THE relief in affections 10
t_ mealhs after date I shell app'y' to the lion done near Tallahassee. E.C. WALKER. subscriber, appointed Weirb"rorCottn. low for CASH- of the an 1
SIX near Gen. Brown's.jan25 THE been in Bwer
J of Leon County Court, for letters disnissory 26 Goatenhorer & Davle, olin act passed at lu I- Cognac Brandy In half pipes and qr.casks have proved haDdA.ef e I
as administratrix on the Estate of J. T. COMJIISSIONMERCHANTNEW 8 I sion of the Legislative Counci. respectfully informs Holland Gin in bbls. come rrlaat .

Johnson, late of said County deceased.CATHARINE S. W.. CannacSc & Mcdicus A. Lonaj, ORLEANS. the public that he i. pro to weigh Cotton Whiskey' in do riene in taking them mi b published
JOHNSON either this or at the Railroad Depot. benefit of other*. father ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW REFERENCES.Bond Esq in city Lard,in kegs opert j i_
: : By ber Agent P. Kua.I TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Jtfessrs. Belton & Fisher His scales are manufactured a the same place a Flour, Molasses they restore th ton ef the $toi?, e
31 44 those used by United and the digestive organs, and
may in the Kerr& Kirksey U Stat gner.ly Corn Hay iuigort
practice partnership u
functions of
I WILL Superi Tallahassee. likewise by the weighers of cotton of Manhaden and Cod Fish in bbls the wbl body,.De tho
of the Middle and
NOTCE. Apalachicola both sexes,(for I.
New York and have been examined Inspector are
Boxes Pickles in
and in the Court of Their, Messrs. Molyneox, Wilherby, If Co. Liverpoo th quart jars erfecthyadspt..to,
montlis after( date, we shall apply to thoo I Appeals. of scales and weights of siid city proToed 300 Lim an invaluable means of )
SIX is, for the in the house March 1840. 33 ly bbl. preventing
\ the Judge of Leon County present new 2 correct. Price of weighing, 10 cents per bale. McNAUGHT ORMOND.Port etorio health. d..1

\ for lelten dismUien administrators of the estate Dee 21 20 To the Citizens of Florida : D. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher of Cotton. Leon March 20th, &. In affections of the head, whether

.,p I of JOHN A. WILLKT, deceased, late of said Dr. Benjamin R. Taylor WILL take charge of all claims losses sustained Tallahassee Oct 12. 9. f with pain and gicdinel. or marked &lpli;
wmnty. TADDY WILLEY his professional' services to the eiti I fo For Sale or to Bent ou.calamnity impaired (
I' WM.G.PONDER OFFERS by our citizens in the war with tbeFlorid TBIHE highest premium will be paid for Notes 0 I the section 8, mentalena.gj;i i
Tallahassee and its (Lafayette or the
vicinity. present year hurt, !
4.. Indians arid J will their in fact,' Jft. FOR: ttiOR atulene.lo
I f april 4, 18 0 35 AdminilLraton.'f' at bit father's residence on the north ride of Wash ; as attorney the Bank Slate Georgia or Augusta, Florifda ) situated 4 miles North of Tallahassee and ile multiplied olapptt.
I ingloo Square. ir.atbori&t.c.suchjprosecuta theirclia Life and Trust Company, North and SouthCarolina on the Georgia Road, on which there are: dered dugeetion.THE Lirn Mzncsn dir_
Administrators' Notice. Tallahassee 30th NOT 1839 Cgres. or any other tribunal nay b Banks, or drafts on Northern Cities, in about 80 of cultivated Land, well fenced in. to the most sill h
J.i; persons indebted to the estate of Hcon created the adjudication of such claim.I immediate application is made to Apply to F.GERARDIN.ap pO. salutary efcc.

; r ALL dec.esdof Leon county, are hereby Charles S. Sibley I Those who may desire to have my I BERRY DOWLING. 4 Port Leon. Conaitation. relaxed, decayed,in I
_3 or women, are under the immediate
t r notified to make immediate payment; and all those his professionalservicea Attorney call on T O H. DoVAL, E.Tallahassee, who oe 4 L. A. THOMPSON. InUle
t as Trnc Lava MKDICWB Old
OFFERS will the of ,containing DISSOLUTION. Coughs o
requisite attorney
n bavin; demands will present them to the subscribers at Law in the collection of; prepare ,
I duly attested, for settlement. debts, 4-c.in Middle Florida. He will attend althe I tho terms upon which the business will b Orange and Lime Nlr THE Co-Partnerfbip heretofore eristin; be eon.umjye habits of, are soon rleYeaD spe. !

ESTHER B.ROSE, Adm'z.J.T. Courts in the Middle District. undertaken by me. FOR SALE FOR ONLY. the Subriber. in tne TallahasseeExchange bo. mat llb

DEV A UN. Adm'r. Office in Munroe Street,in the building formerly May 26 43 3m WM. P. nuv AL A NURSERY containing about 2000 Orange I is this day di.solvd by mutual con will ere long fluid meet b.ppie ; t
The Florida Sentinel, and Lime Trees, of to bear in sent. The business will be closed %Vil. chi watery will beome rich aa4balsa
March !1. 1840. 34 occupied by Wm. Wilson, as a Book$lure. n Star.Quincy StJoseph an age one or by J.G. the limbs
[E- Tallahassee May 12th 1835. 40-tf Pensacola Gazette, and the News of St two years after transplanting. Te Trees were lams,who is duly authorized to settle the same. be covered with flesh, firm uJ
Saperfor Court for Leon Conntjr.NoTuiBEa .- Augustine, will insert the above for three monthaand I, raised from Choice Cuba Seed, are in a healthy' J.G. WILLIAMS. healthy. a

I TEAM, 1840. DAVID S. WALKER, forward their accounts to me at Tallahassee. and thriving condition. Directions will given Aprit 1st,1840. WM. W- TAYLOR.Coparnerhip. Nervous disorders of every kind,and from.hc
\' WiatUM A. Cxaa t>.. WILLIAM CR&wroao jr. ATTORNEYATLIW. G. W. P. D. which iradhere to, will insure them safety b in removal I. vet cause arising, fly before the efe of .

and THOMAS C1ueK, trading,&c., under the WILL the Court.ofthe --- transplanting. Apply to EDWIN W Lira MEDICIXXS, and, alltLd train sinking,Ux
d firm and style of Win. Crawfijrdjr. tr Carson. practice Middle Districtf For Sale or Bent, Auctioneer, WM. Mc. THE labcriber hao day formed a c ieties. and trmou,which so dreadfully
Florida. His office is the first or
the DuE!
room to right ae
at Port Leon, under the t
Attachment $1.270.07-Damages $3,000.00.THE horoinodious stand a HOTELat Port Leon. mar 14 name I weak the sedentary, and the derieato, ,
i'' defendants and all others interested, are o Iways ver J B. BuU'sstorein Tallahasseewhere'he may ST. MARKS recently occupied bv; 3 of Miller & Rowle,, to carry on tho STORAGE thort time.be succeeded by cheerfulness,and a
be found.
t notified of the institution of the said I.I the subscriber. Possession given im NATHAN'S HOT L. & COMMISSION business. presage of health.Forwcaknesi' ererv

t. .nit,by attachment returnable to the Term afore Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH mediately. "rplylo the undersigned I, THE subscriber tk.the liberty of informin They have a large and commodious warehouse p deficiency of natural

I said ; and are required to appear,and plead to the HAVING located himselfin Tallahassee, of, or to Wm. M'Z aught. friends and public tha for the storage of merchandize and cotton and and re uaio of the .e'el., by too Itm.

4 t I declaration filed in said eu.,.the law dfrects.t professional)services to the public. Feb. F. GERADIN. has purchased the House lately known as tbo hope by s'rict attention, and promptness i in the dulgence the pu.ion" medicine ia asaft,
Lt may 18 it Sm JO. BRANCH.Alt for Pl': He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran- 8 Notice. "FLORIDA HOUSE," Qnincy which under hissuperintendance execution of orders, to give satisfaction tool! who certain,and invaluable remedy.

Ilouac to d elphi,on Monroe Strect. has undergone thorough repain may entrust business to tbeis care. Those who have long resided in bot climates
1 Bent May 26 42 .ublribr having sold their stock of and in which he is GEO. MILLER
THE now ready to receive and are languid and relaxed in their whole
: For the balance of the year.-A Law BWAI. hereby request all perion lain, to the bea of bis ability, all who may enter favct Refer to- JOHN J. ROWLES. may take THE Lire MUHCINXS with the system,
Notice. s indebted to them, to call and settle the same' bappint
convenient two 'p
Dwelling House him with Belt
j, a I story Mel. on Fisher effects and
\ with a good garden sit jated on Lnfay- THE Co-partnership. P. DUVAL hitherto existing between b y cash er note, immediately, or the same will be To tboso patronage.him he deems Berry &Dowling Talahaae, ; States;or pra. removing cannot store t a the South, *
and W M. H. BROCK- unoec. mere important
t: ette rtreet. For further particulars. ENBROUGH has been this dissolved l odged with an attorney for collection. ry to make promises with regard to the manner ik Po.t Lon, Feb. |I. 1840 31 article c/health and life. -
day by mu- P. H. SWAIM & CO
inquire JOSEPH C. CRANE this : -
at office.
or which the House will To all --
may 53 43 tf .ual consent. St. 'f'(4. \t-\\i' I. 1840 3 3m has only to call b kpt.for others, he Valuable lands for Sale. The following cases are among the moa ht
WM. H.BROCKENBROUGH will continue to say judge yourselves, aa, subscriber cures ,ad gratefully acknowledged ky ths
having a ol r
Notice.THE eside at Apalachicolppand! practice in the Apala.I STAGE LINE a you find him,so speak of him. THE than is desirable for bis greater own cultivation dersons benefited:

r I books and accounts of DANIEL DA MIL, ihicola District and I ho County Leon/and the From Columb Ga., t Apalachicola, Fla. ISAAC NATHANS. affers for sale three valuable plantations! -one,Bituated I Case of Jacob C. Hunt, Now Windsor, Oraan

M'RACNT & UAWCS are in the hand.of Court of Appeals regularly, and in Jefferson and Post Coaches Quincy.April 3 3"tf nri BlacK Creek_ ultnut thirtrfR mHo ...! I I County. N. Y.-A dreadful tumnordestroyednj'.
1' A. E. Harris for collection. All accounts will be Jadsden specially employed. CHEAP HOUSE. SIGN AN from Tallahassee, containing o --- thirteen-hundred"-- '- .i l ly the whole' of his face, noso and jaw. Experienced ;

p in suit, if not settled immediately. Tallahassee Nov.20th 1839. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING acres,600 of which are in a high slate of cultivation quick relief from the use of the Lr. Me
: cines. and in less than three months
-. LEGAL NOTICE. and Paper Hanging. the residue mostly rich hammock land with eatiitlj
'I John C. Jacob, Thomas Baltxell and Walker Anderson Attor undersigned mot respectfully informs the all tbe necessary farm houses and outbuildingsthe cured. (Case fport with a wood elr' ,i

1 Mcaturer and Inspector of Lumber for the n ejs at Law, will practice in copartnemhip in th Via Flen Fort Gainer, BlalcelyPort r', THE of Tallahassee and vicinity, that he t crops raised upon this plantation have not been a new Case pamphle Thos. press.)

1 County of Leon Superior Court. of the Counties of Jefferson, Leon BrO', Ferries, Ga., and Inrinton, is prepared to execute, in the neatest manner, any .urpua by any in the country. Another, about was afflicted 18 Purl. Mo'r.8 years(of ig _
,Gtvdsden, Franklin of tbe above branches, short notice and same distance, noitbcast from Tallahassee, years .welngs in
I his scrrices to those who may please Calhoun and Jackson, am Ala. a at prices cured hlr
was entirely
OFFERS moderate. i in the court Appeals at TalUhassco. which will induce those wanting work done to give Onlaining about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory by 4 pils ia 3
him. Charges 30 HOURS Case of Joan .
upon Stage travel from Colum land ; with 60 or 70 in cultivation Daulton.AbrdeenObi -rbenau-
Address of Thomas Ballzell,Apalachicola. ONLY him a Country orders promptly attended to. acres ; and
March 14,1840. 33 cal. ism five
Ii Tallahassee. to New Orlen.,in splendid Coaches another in Hamilton entirely cured-has
Address of Walker Anderson Tallahasssee. N. of all colors ready prepared, and ccnnty,about ten mile from 1
Last Notice.ALL n a level and beautiful road along the of i.'ie! about Life Medicines for Worm. in children,
'- June 15, 1239.-.f b.nk mixed for use. T. B. CLARKE. Suwannee Springs containing 2000 foal
r persons indebted to the Eotalc of T. M'- be Chattahnorhee River. Fen 15 tfIIULL'S acres,a small part in cultivation, with Farm houses them a sovereign remedy.

,deceased, are required to come forward CABINET MAKING. DAYS OF DEPARTURE. 2 &c. '1 riia land U of superior quali'y\ for the culture Case of Lewi Altio-pfriodicallic..hwadl

o, .and settle without further delay and all to whom THE subscriber thankful From Columbus, on Tuesdays and Fridays, a of sea inland cotton. always relieved by a Jmal do!now entirety
claims for 6 o'clock. A.M.FromChattahoochee. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, free from it.
.1 the Estate is indebted will hand in their past favour Respectfully The Also a tract of 400 acre, at tire natural bridge
of which,'has
reputation become
will be Imrred. : informs the citizens r on the same days and same established a Case of Adon Ames-eared of
adjustment, or they ; O the St. Marks, about mi!led soulii cast ofTallahasoec a aiostinetert.
the safe and !
A M ALEXANDER admr. Tallahassee and vicinity that time after the arrival of tho U. S.Mail Boat from I mOt efficacious remedy l ; half of Ibis 1 is a rich alluvial soi and obstinate dyspepsia and general debility.

ELIZABETH McCjiJZTY admx.St [4 he continue. to carry on the I Apalachicola,via Iolaand meeting at Fort Gaines. Influenza ever discovered for upon it there i id also fine null scat, with Case of AUah! A dame, WiodirOhioheuml.
MarkB. pril 16, 1840 38rVlUE I 0 Cabinet Making business in Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga.o Coughs Colds, Asthma Whooping water power than any 1 in Middle Florida. greater tim, gravel, I.ver; afecions, and general nervous
all its t New Orleans, will find this far the Cough. Spiling of Blood, and all affection* of debilityhad been
at the old stand by cheapest
subscriber wishes to sell several valuable vanety the These lands wi be sold at moderate prices, and confned seven year?.was raised
I' JL TRACTS OF LAND near his residence. ofBless and Ribolda opposite and most expeditious, as wel .the .tea and this useful reasonable and if desirable! the purchasercan from her bed by one box of pills and a bottle

Planters desirous to retain their capital in labor Col. Wyatl's Store, "hero he I moa comfortable way, as interllec. .be great IN prveenting is remedy! to the public, have Union Bank Stock upon of the of bitters-a most extraordinary cure-tbe is nova
Brunswick proprietor by & Phyioi from I part
will be happy to receive orders from his friends and Florida autlori8pt and robust
be accommodated with moe satisfactory credo Iinft Chalal.nh wnom the recipe purchase. W BUADENDe / very healthy woman-attested by her
can the public generally. eidebuartB Bureau's and furni. making a travel of but 30 stages throughthe wa confidentially obtained, to Adams.
ROBERT GAMBLE. state that hehaAsed 21JLeuthcr I Shube
jt- in whole route. Time from in his extensive -. 2
t ureofovcrydescriptionin&de a fashionabla Columbus Mobile, i hiDelr Case wife
Jefferson Fla. 28th Nov. 1839. t in Mrs.Badger of Joseph Badger-
'W laaree. Lime
hours. practice with aston and H air.
"" jubslantial manner,and on reasonable term., and 5 : nearly similar to above! -result the
'to For .the i ishing effect. The happy combination of 3"T. IIL Subscriber have c> on band smo
NOTICE. he hopes by strict attention to business to merit Proprietr vegeta constantly a Case of Susan
t TTkURING my absence from Florida,Barton C. and receive a liberal share of the patronage ef the; WILLIAM CADY. ble sultance ei which it i is entirely composed, 4A complete assortment of LKATUER,suitable woman-subject Goarnt. young unmarried
and attor Chattahoochec peculiarly adapted to diseases of the for Gin Bands, Harness, Carriage Tops Boos and several jvarr-a
4 Jj-P r"p'of Moalicollo,is my agent public. January zO. 1840. 2 t Lungs nall course oflho Life Medicines
JOHN F. TUCKER. JACOB BLESS. Liver, and Stomach. Shoes, &c. Also constant supply of LIME, and entirely restored
'Ce U halo
er- now and
For Sale This medicine has been used HAIRfor Plastering: All of which offrr healthy.
; they
N. B. All kinds furniture very
M repaired on extensively
jacS reason. ,
Case of Miss Thomas
% hANDSOME and the l low forcash in ( ,daughter of Ei! 'mt
able' term. .A. LIGHT BAROUCHE, with proprietor hiss notkncmua single instance or exchange or hides at their Tan
51 NOTICE. harness compl in which it has failed in Yard. DROWN G. L cough and symptoms of ia i
J Tallahassee Sept. 7th 1839-tf r two hor.e by giving relief in diseases & < RAtTl. conlumjtiooar
snbtciber off for sale, his VALUAJL Port Leon for which Tallahassee four weeks. Her sister I
ffBlHE :rs ,Feb.8, WM. M'NAUGHT. it is recommended ; even in cases Ang. lltb l a ( IttOC
# t BLE PLANTATION on the Armenia lake, NOTICE. proaching to attended with ap nflammatnrv rhpnmatUm in ov* Wn. I

I being the East half of the N. W. quarter of section THE Citizens of Tallahassee are requested to Lands for Sale. rorthe| consumption where all other remedies bleeding Notice to Colon Planters. Case ofS. Coivin-cured ot'a sever attack of

J two,township two range one. North East; up and keep their lots and back yards PURSUANT to previous notice, tbe Apala. failed, Lunp deided and flattering had has JAMES BOAT\\ IMPROVED COT- scarlet fever in a few days by the>Life Medicines.
W. section two,, cleir of filth and rubbish. Tho Carts success TON SAW GINS. Cane of Harriet Salina.N.Y. wuin
the West half of the N. quarter Corporation Company now offer for sale and attended its use. Common colds, which Twogood, -
f township two, range one, North and East A'JM, will go round the City on Wednesdays Saturdays entry, the following Pine Lands in Leon County. the effect of obstructed perepiration arc generally will I TAKE this metho of informing the Planter a very low stale of health a year and a half- idIOt

I the Cast half of the M.E. quarter of section three and it is requested that all litter and rubbish In Town Suthnre I Eaxt, sections 7,'16, yield to its influence in a few hours when used, in that I hae established a sho,> in Quinry,. xpect to recover. Miss T. is now able t

; township two, range one, North and East; and bo collected and deposited on the street, early on 18, 19,23, 3,3 36-and fractions unsold Asthma Hoarseness, Wheezing and; shortness of for the purpose of furnishing them with the above i walk abut and i rapidly recovering both setlla

.known as tho Fuller or Bombry plantation. the morning of those day., and on no ether days in in ation. 6,8, 14, 15, 17 and 24. breath, it gives immediato relief article., made on the last improvement. The improvement and strength.
there is about 160 of land which for the week The weather in the In Town 3 procuring tranquil is in the rib which \ out first. of J. ewe
acres open warm hiving set South range 1 East--sections 1, 2,4, rest and slee,*. In cough, it is withouta When .ea I Benjamin Tuckr-nr o
fertility of soil, etc. may be ranked among the propriety of such an arrangement is manifest to all I 5, 8, II, I!13, 14.15 22,23, 24,and frctionaof3 rival. operates whooping by gentle expectoration and the rib. wear out at the place where th'' Fever and Ague-cured very Ibor.p
best lands in the Territory. These lands lay withJn who have regard fur the health of the city and I Iis it and 10. be I infants with teeth pass throngb, a now set can be obtained time. Directions followed strictly.

a few yards of the great Armenia lake, whicht I hoped that the citizens generally will comply Iu Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections and may For sale given b!t RANDOLPH perfect safety.LEWIS. five minutes, hy simply sliding the breast a quarter Case of ADO Davis-Affections of the Liver-

t pasturage cannot be surpassed in the world. There with the above regulation.By 31, and fractions of 19, 29 and 32. 8 Jan & .tf an inch, and putting a sedge under each side of after trying doctor's remedies in vain for a longtime

U also a now well convenient to the dwellings,with I order of the City Council In Town 3 South, range 2 East-sections 6, 7, 2 t l he Gins, which will give a new set of ribs. was cured by the Life Medicines without
i plenty of excelcnt water. A. E. HARRIS and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and ADEJLPIil HOTEL .the first, and s on, until they are worn rod trouble.

; Thu purchaser can have from 2 to 3 years indul. april 38 City Marshal_ In Town 1 South,range 1 -sections 2', THE undersigned haif purchased frm Gen. five or six places. Extraordinary case of Lyraan Pratt, who ..

gence. There is now growing a fine ciop of corn I I B.GAMBLE and his brother :GRAT- 31, 3233, 34 and fractions of 19.20,27,28, 3 called.tbe Baowx, w.1 known establishment I will: keep constantly on hand Friction R r afflicted with Phthisic 20 years__affected a perfect
the for the JAMES 3 City HOII. the city of Talla Gins and Box Gins, which I Medicines,
farm, suitable
on purchaser. I GAMBLE have this day associated in 36.The hassee, have warrant to in cure in 24 hours by the use of the Life
1 RICHARD IL CROWELL. whole Town 2 South opened houa under the title of every respect, or no salo. for :
My price Thousands of in like
business, at the old stand GAMBLE & REID under range I West, except the Adelphi Hotel. Fricio persons amic.d mnDe.
July4,1840. 49ELECTION sections 35 and They are now making import Roller Gin is $4 saw and for the Box Lin Vnu
per ; have FAT'S
the name and stylo of JAMES B. GAMBLE & Co 3. ant and by a judicious use or
f bills i.mpronmenl repairs,and will have by theensuing per lW. Persons wishing buy Gins for $and been restored to the
current of the
NOTICE. They Bbk the same liberal share of public patronage AUI.t .per an extensive Brick P..UI BIT"s eJ1-
II erectedo next would do
crop to call and
ELECTION for Colonel of the Seventh bestowed on the late firm.JAMES Territory.These Uio property, Building Gins. wel examine these ment of all comfJr of lie The
AN Lands offer wher.bytb"y to accommodate All orders attended Uw
for to with .
pleasant the astrinf
Florida Militia to fill the vacsncy.occasioned B. GAMBLE advantages pasture rangecultivation visiting this in wi prompt. to gently :
and superior Timber. strangers county I. ne.Old fibres of the stomach,and give that
by the resignation of CoL A. A. Fisher pr".t1
ptll.be: heW by the officers of the several beats in; Jan 4, 1840 22 Cash payments will b required for hsretion. upon satisfactory every attention to their Public may depend tbe best Gins repaired. at the shortest notice, and in I which a good digestion requires. A DOt cI
and smaller fractions style.I -
IAoaeo.-t-; .",tt>. !th tort To PI ranters. Melon. : comror.JOSFPH I be better aelapte to help and nourish te
Reports of the Election to be made to the under SCREWS received by the Schooner over these may b made u terms of the CROSKEY, refer the planter to Mr. R. L. Emond. of tion, 1 nothing: mor generally acknowledged
signed at Tallahassee within ten days thereafter IRON Hankey from Baltimore,are MOW ready Company;that ., 2.4th! in chad 1.,2 and 3 years Tallahassee. April 3d, 1840. Quinry planter, information a regards thea GII, n to be peculiarly efficacious all &n
for from
.according to law. JOSHUA TAYLOR, forfdelivery the payment of tlie payment of the other 3-4lhs. 3 any South Carolina. who has used wasting,loss of indl'ltion depressi
4 49 June 22 f same. Apply to Lands in Gadsdtn and Leon,suitable For Sale them.' 'V. apptit uclmb
lu1y Major Commanding. exclusively C
T.R BETTON. COOPER trembling (
two Horse
for Mar 14 33 .pri.
will also be sold as usual on application ONE Sulky Wagon. tf coughs,shortness of breath,or consumptive
I STORAGE. A Seed Peas for Sale. t John Carnochan, at Apalachieola,or one Hone do do-with harness, &c. habits.
1 THE undersigned having leased one of the LOT of Red and White Crowd. Peas and the Subscriber;and settlers E. b to tb.prebu ompl.tE. WM.H. FRANCES Lon Academy. The Life Medicines wonderful *fnctey

'I &re Houses and Wharf lateiy erected by Cero Peas ro sale. Apply to their settlements; prefene they make No08tb.18 THE Lon Academy announce to in all nervous disorders possess fits, headaches,
'4 ... J. & N. Hamlin solicit of Public, have
patron- F. C. HARLEY within a suitable time. eogagod d
L. heaviness and of ,
CARLTON Il. es, lowness spirits
..(11 in the At his Plantation in SHEFAt and Dr-Mooau to take
the Dutch settlement. Former purchasers from the Company who are charge e oflho confused of the mind>
: BeeetriBsT PorwnrdIutrDusiRe$ I April -. 29 in arrears with their Merchant Tailor Department of the School just established by them sight thoughts wandering of h/rtenc
aro requested kinds
respectfully VSTWOULD and and all
TAFT A ALEXANDER.Port respectfully inform the citiicns of in this city. vapors
15th PAINTS OILS, AC. to settle Subribr. .r with Mr. NT/ or Tallahassee and its that The School will cmplaint. are gr.dual, removed by Iheirwe*
LOOP. April. 1840 38 vicinity, he open on Monday
uo I" White 1W,i. oil, i. kex. of 100 Ibs Carnoa daring the season.J. returned from New York with a fresh .of Methodist Meeting House. In this noxtin the old In sickness of ,flatulencies,or ow?**

T 99 Reward. and 25 Ibs each-Unseed oil, Spts. Turpentine B. BROWN, Cloths, Cassimcres and Veilings, of the supply establish Academies in the new attempt to tiUDI,they are safe and poworfuaodU5P. **
newest City,
JUO8T, on the 3d instant between Tallahassee Brashes, &c,and Window Glass efvarioes sac.. Agent Apalaehieela Lad Comply. style and the finest which he neatly to the and Truste ear- of the blood, they not their,equal i U*
Office at Mr.E.Barnard's fbric. pledo to pride, the aid of Ian
d Robert appeal
.aj silver For sale those
Copland's, an English Watch, bj T&lha that call on have made their citjxenr. world!
jan 4 22 op in the they trust, that
with! the subscriber's name on the back written RANDOLPH LEWIS. newest fulin To please the and fastidious are while flouruhjng For additional particulars of the abe

with the point of a knife. Whoever will rtturi. __April 271839 38tf R & a' I the emolomd. _R._gay__R. _PI.vn... ..;_ _h. around Academie., ,, the_ .nk.Ki.i.T liberally. _"r_supported. JiT.,.n..rT elsewhere_..L_ see Moffat's "Good Samaritan." a cp1 m-
-saw waien to ins oflfce, shall receive lb..bOn ELLIOT'S CORN Subscribers--have--- .removed- their entire wiCiye his'undivided aUetion to n tho* Cultlnr Terito.will hence n ---forward-- manifest- rr.-a & VI U. accompanies the medicine; a copy can a7 I
ew&r& CFRE. THE more
I. ;
FOLLEWSBEE. N rt men L .obtained of the different who t.
ELLIOT'S PLA8TER has from their old stand in in cherishing their bn
Tallahassee boea need with interelt own insti
ifay 41
DR.. Row,to the New Briek Building Monroe Br' Tallahassee, Oct. 20th, 1889. tutions. city medicine for sale.
success : And wherever ;it lias on -
Walella Jewelry, Silver Ware Ac. been introduced,has superseded the use of other( next door to Wra.H.Wyatt fc Co,where .tt, Notice The scholastic year will divided into four French, German,and Spanish direetloa Broadway.C".

D AUSTIN.Jr..&CO. remedies for the cure of orn.. continue in th same business as heretofore--: A persons indebted to Gaoaor W. GHAUT sessions of eleven weeks : and the following obtained application at the officers 1tention.

have removed to thestoreS A. few applications will I entirely removAbe larg dealing in 'I Br Marllngmlei and Har. to cal on W. R. HACKLEY, rates of tuition allowed, to bo paid in advance to All pt paid letters will receive imeit.
fomorrr occupied est corns,and further of all their E'1' the Treasurer of the Board
i 1 bv prevent pain. AII general assort- stle .cuat.by tie I5th of of Trustees. MOFFAT,
Wm H Wyatt,ft Co, where Price iO cents per box,with directions for use. Ito : Trlmmuigt.Bill and Spxrt, All accounts net.paid by that time will be April.-in Orthography and Reading, $3 Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B. seaucUoa

IL they are now opening a bean- For Sale in Tallahassee at tbe Dru
,Ural! assortment of articles in RANDOLPH & LEWIS. YG 'i&,Begs Hat Boxes,& Skirting, marh 21 3 The above,with Grammar and and made to these who purchase to sell .P1- .
I their line, neb as May 16th. 18 36. 41-t BndU LAt Hog.Calf ?tforoc.eoani6bt History, Geography 12 'AGENTS-The Life Medicines may a lu ,
t T
Gold,Lever, Anchor Cylen4er -- 'lf ; ABERNATHY,& HANNA. The above with Greek and Latin, and General o any of tha'principal Druggist ia STill ta

and Virc Watefaoj t Rinfs,.aa Djamood,On.Cr --._rilNn LCopartnership.ha,. this ,"uU. Bridles and Mtlt made Commission Menbnnt Literature, thornghont the United Stale and the C.-
,...Dua aU, >e.| Broacfaca, u Dianwod, THE .. day entered into to order, at soon notice. New m. French-extra charge of 1 Aa for Moffat's Life Pills and Pbenix Bitten; p

.., Eaimrfed palnUag fte. ; Gold wardia ,as fsneial commission and for. WARD & MAY. Refer to ft.K.Call, and Henry Bond. By order of the Trustees. sure that,fee similie orJohnMoffsti'uhh1'1I M:
mercaaots under the box .
"rnigr Work Car Kings and Pin; flilrer War. & OrmOod.; WM.stylo of McNaaali N. B pairing dene in all the above articles asusual. Jnn. 1 1839. 24tfENGINEERING. A. M. QAThIN. np n the label of ec bottle of Bitters or

-$Tea 8Iar T.and Dosort F Forks spoons, P JAMES McNAUGH 42 mar 15 march 4,1840 '3 PiUsTbese
OR11UND. ale by
51w.r I valuable Medicine fer
c. Candle! aiefca Cab Baskets -
c..Tea..c.UUIiL..anJ so. .I." ort. Leon Jan 20,1840 26COPABTNEBSIIIP. Watches, ewelr Ac.A THE subscribers respectfully acquaint the citi rg'HE' HEIOV.L RANDOLPH & LEWIS"
_1 -- --- -- -- | has of TallaLassee, their friends and the their. stock of fb 8 ,28 Tallahassee3O
lory.GttMaai Pistels,Canes Astral LAmp JlaaAH on .1. roJe -
,. THE public generally that Goods from their _in_ -
the/ associated Hem'
a handsome them
t Babscribers have
rue 0.b. entered into very
THE partnership selves into Row to the store OB the corner of Monroe and
r a UdbCbay iaviu Uwir Aiewb and thefWie the irm of J. B. BULL 4r CO; and assortment e Watches, Jew. eoparrhip. for the purpose of CIVIL Clinton streets, occupied Dollar* Be ward.
recently by .
u eatt mod suaasMuKe will carry on the bwincis( MERCHANT TAI city, Ware Silver their ; ane accordingly solicit a share o man & Hall, where will Mu %
r.t the
Miefc LORS,both IB'this place and the of Bpoooa Acwhich patrulreln making constucting. level to keep on 1' RNAWAY from t.Pluoo
r rMtkiaf a n*n* 7 aUes4c4. U. city New band general assortment of and
0. he offers his ingand improving of all kinds of staple fancy Dry 'I4JL in Oac
I 1i York. Arrangement have been made (or a constant lo. on usual road.bridges, Goods, Boots and
and full supply of Cloths Cassimenes, Vest !termsHe will receive new aqueducts, cnbakment&c,and t. Grri Sho Hats, Hardware Tvo Negro Boys, ,

.& "jrs. etc,and *large ,assortment of Ready, Mads '*PPlie- during the winter. branw ti. ekne. such survey CUllerl'' Crockery Ol.ware. with named George d William G '
-. **od *. tire! CMthtftf,and th"y arc now prepared to aceoramo.ku WATCH REPAIRING, orad,plotting, and estimating mill- almost suited to the wants of the 4 left on Sunday mornir.years -last Ii' altoal
,' h-t "f 8 1l tcJureMif to as much rac. ditches, canals, &o., country. Their fed. and the public are invited .rather a..!
Aliv l their customers aid tile public, in uy article 1 auD wit ability and prompt- on scientific aDd to call and themselves. of age stout nu hall
j.q atUeIa. ealM toeirlisMj., One of tbe partners, Mr. .. any sp the Southern eenntry practical principles. when spoken to,fiddle wand his left

( .t---.i' Csd. .w.Mv.UtsbIw. '..: W4o,recldioff in New York willIe them to: Jan : : FREDERICK TWLE* .. LLOYD ,IE WIN. )113 44 ,JAMES E. BROOM, & CO. once belonged. .Mr.. .Harvty.ufelothiof. 4,
.. Va Tallahassee, april ii 1840 .
uear&e aJl.t4Le"pt'lImplJ, asui on tbs mod ru 3 NEW MILLINERY AND DRESS .
4fa 'eaLLMALoANlELnc ; sonabl terms. J. B. BULL Re. NOTICE. MAKING William i is aboal 25:year* ef age iiZCeet;
-" E1EK&Y WADE ,THE inthe Subscriber has just and ESTABLI3HMEN.. his beN father bead back when atanha -''

"AJ.t"LJrr I= pfUrtor 'raU.buNtX Mr, 17,1514. ', ', IS' I *8TEWAiT4BARNARD I ; being,, THE sale low for cash G rel"e floe black offer. THE undersigned most respectfully bar,. *a pleasant ,counUnaaoa sad:.! ..4...

.the jd L oe.ea ,t 4__ dire b u d.t 0 the sealer Mric t, l ver" and Rgssia Far HateOenIlemeii'biud she has Ladles TallaLassee and Tic .,' well. It is sappoNd.&Jto*U1-nak for 9*< TUna
taI ? -
opened a
giair g..a Jr.. DUIIISG.abtews.ss tfce Territory, 11.1. pl'la 1 t.la', all.r.et t m ay'V Caps,.Trarellirig Tk do BlI T ,i a rot street, and I between hOG ia the the.torts above of line)Ir,oa Fr Moo-cia ; -lw.t5''ot" :1l I 'J .1e&:
-. vb c.i. and a .
I fu W.'aMf are my. pleatepmeaitbeemine. wi lol'Va. C' .nc' Messrs. 'Gorman where them 'and all theft... '
.1M' t1t1, 'V & mad e Clothing. .i .\?,. I 4 Hal. .h.bo r.u.aabt.dItiurJdfl
& P.XERR. .Jr. a
Burmisf' Partaar. .
,1" .ww4MLI E B.IAR a.it aUtnt th bola. Ivory ai'IJIo p1utati ,it to.TaJIII.l
.,III1 44 TaUau / L CARLT; ,shirs me_ LLWU Y
.Q I 18. -8 t Tabe, Nor. 2d, 1839. Feb If 2 tf tron.!. M. A CLKE; Apri1ll; 1 I$40. 1 r.r'4. ..;

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