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

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TERRITORY_ OF FJ-ORIDA, r 'te : _t "',. i'.p 10 1 i' J '" '< i.. -' -
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.Ail lb Jftofe! of JU JfufcOe District, Itt .W.. ri.. .; hil''cc-_.-.--,._._verCd, '

greetings i'EL L o I J.-.I..W frecywitW 11jot 'Temsdeoij1aoothe "i '.

.11'HERE.'S, reU>for to wit:on the 1eventh ploMoTtabk wet ''eg r!.:t j

'I' day of Februirr, in the yetr or oar Lord be vis to baA b dctJ i ''and polofiac

thousand ifhl bvndrvd and thirty-two, a
901 ,. P Potoam wfcfcAi stiff BtsnoVialofly J1.
0BrUr of Incorporation wiigrapl by the Lgis Ai ,
Ultra Council of lb. Territory of Florida, "LAISSEZNOUS 4eur".aJmOst'undec y d by me, th'cor 1it

Bamk U be esUUithed in tbe'City of 'faU.bued I -_. -_ FAIRE ,.. i'J 1. ., revert of the prsmfr patriot, barf detail: tnuprelected

t to those wt aoufc become Subscriber* to tbttid r (8lID CnlmL'Jt ---- .- : L Iii -. l'l com of dw;Bntfeh-trp"thf trout!.

Bak tkir successor and reslriclioni and as ifn., upon ti.Clcitional.ilato. in. m !1n.m&lgSmBa < IB. a t. nal1Q, i1 110_ tain ii attack f and Ilcarn fhnt s'weU had

prodde by THE FLORIDIAN r v the preparation' been conducted,"that the
Bank
A4 Ch.rr.. style ot UM .was Gamut. BAWS.or A PROCLAMATION have beeii paid by national' \enel. under'the atm el t ArL i). The present treaty shall: itea rproYed and I scaling Ladders with whirh tbd waifs! were tfrl

FfcowBA-ABd am .htr aUo on the thirtwntnitj It published veeJdy, at TallaJuuec, Florida By the President of the United States of 1, circumstance f ratified by the President of tbe United State 0 be passed, were found afterward, concealed!

of February the year of our Lord one tuou- America. ArL 12. Sardinian Merchant vessels biing; forced America, by and 11 ith the advice and consent ef the rl ready for serviceand Some of which were

and right hundred tnd thirty-four 1 act \VIp Tt'uls-Fiu Dollars per annum in advance. Whereas, a treaty Commerce and from HreM' of weather or other unavoidable caufes: I Senate thereof and by hit Majesty tie King 01
by the UfUUtive Council ftbe Trtorl beJween Limo United States of Navigation to enter a port of thp United Slate of America Sardinia, and the ratification shall be exchanged f preserved until within a few yearsby an age?

in addition to with
a1o l together a State, entering( the port of his Sardinian Majesty the date of thj thereof' even now be '
charter of tion-And whrrol separate article was concluded signature : or sooner if po:: may seen m the drill house at
.iJ i.corpor Communications and other articles for and signed at Genoa from simni'ar'caoses ,
of insertion shall be from l sib!..
I
in the our exempt port West Point
en the twelfth day of February hundred and thirty year ..even, in the paper must be directed to EDWABD R GIBSCN on of the twenty-sixth day of November, in the charges and all other duties levied to tho profit of I I' In faith whereof pleripotentiarir .fthe contracting a portion of the huge chain that
Lord one ttouiand Editor.Lrttcrs year our Lord ono thousand tight hundred was stretched across the Hudson below
and
tbe just
Government
eitt in ca'W the which have parties have ,
and l* *1"* I causes signed the present treatyand
,,act w. paned Governor thirlv-eight, which treaty and separate article rendered uch West Point to obstruct the
British
of Fior,Jafnriher to amend e..lry r\ecwary nre real and evident thereto! affixed their re .pei live ceala.Done'at shipping,
Co.mtil! of the Territory on business connected uiih the are word for word a. follows
estihIWiment aud ,
roviiled several links
tbe I j much nI'MlI.lo"! not in Genoa ihisWth 'Nov. IC33. of-whirb Arnold had *
as by engage any eaiw
appears The
f incorporation. J
said Charter to SAMPEL S. United Ftale
ot
SISLEY Publisher. America and Inn
Majesty'Ihe
of j commercial operation whilo in port such a"* loading N \TU.\ IEL NILHS. j to be cut and the
7l I enrollment of .aid: Charter Incorpor.1.rll'UI. King Sardinia, desirous .' I ft. S.J} i enemcould break it'witb
ccnsolidatine the and
additional! and amendatory acts, or unloading merchandise it beine understood I SOLAR DE MARGUERITE, :L. s.] !
ti that the i
of the unloading and reloading, 1-
of the Territoryof
record in tile office Secretary To the Marshal the cito so happily! subsisted between their resp-ctive rendered for the i I I Major Andre was i cry anxious to kmw what "
Florida, aa wt'll. by tho public statutes of the of Middle District,, Slates and of I nl.'re..uy repair of tho raid vessel SEPARATE R TICLE.

Territory offloridaprinted by authority oftheGov. greeting : p intercourse facilitating between and extending the commercial shall not be considered an act of commerce afj Circumstances of a peculiar nature; remlerinj i it I j would be tIle result of his! capture* ; and Fierij

Legislative Counril of the ame,-And 'licretororc the two countries,I fording ground for the payment of dune., and pro- :or his S.rdrmii M j Major Tallmadge could no longer evvJc
ternorand WHEREAS, to wit: on the tijhth i '11 I have agreed to enter into negotiations for t the eon.I J videa'alo that the 1I'ce"1l\ry jtsty to rouri.cie; .1j
wherrai also.a law: was pis!od by the Governor and in the year of our Lord I \\cltlliion of a treaty of commerce and | her in, sa d vessel shall net pro! ng a limo differential duties lo the, disadvantage of j direct reply,} howrier painful l to his feelings
. Council of the Territory of Florida on one thousand hundred navigation ;, clay port beyond the time necessary for the foreign flag, on grain olive oil, aid wine |he told
. Ijtriilalivc eight and Ihirty-two.a Charter :jfor which purpose the President: of the Unitedi repair tlf her damage imported this short and simp! ? story : 'I( had a
the fourth day (,f March, in the year of our Lord of Incorporation Slates directly from the' Black Sea, thc po/ls of iheJr
granted by the Lc ishlive i has conferred full much loved classmate in Y ala
hundred and autho. I powers on Nathaniel Art. Con.'idcring the remoteness of the alie, and those of Iho College, by the
out thousand eight thirty-nine Council the Terrilory of Florida, to such'prrjonsas I II( Nile., their special hi Sardinian I respective Mrdilvrranran.: a* far as ( 'ape '
the DUtrict Attorneys of said J agent near Ma. countries of the |too 'high Trafaltar, 1I0twllh"talldlll' name Nathan Hale, who entered the
riiinj .nd requiring should subscribe to the tock of a certain' Bank,, jebty, and his Majesty the of contracting parties, the ifroeral provisioc army
Territory to inctitutc the requisite legal procel'd.1 j to be established in the Town of Magno'ii' and:I'I' conferred like power on the King Count Clement Sardinia has,I and the uncertainty resulting therefrom with rpfpecl of I the articles No. 2. 3. end 4 of ir: e proenl treaty; in 177. Immediately after the batik of

inn against roth banking incorporation in their! should comply with the provision ofsaid Charier,, de In Marguerite Grand Cross of the Solar and !}!i i.i to the various events which may take place, it it is distinctly understood and agreed by the I""h I Long Island, General( Washington wanted

respective distticU.. aa might have incurred forfei- which said Bank was incorporated by the name and I I religious order of S. Maurice and military | i* agreed thai! a merchant vessel, belonging either Contracting parties, tbat the Ur.iJed States shall information of the and
i I S. Lazarus. of strength,position prob.
tot". "f thfir clurtera by non user and to prosecute style of TitK MERCHANTS' AND PLANTERS' BANK i,j Isabella the Catholic! of of them which may be bound to a port supposed, at have full and entire Iii erly V" establish connrcrvailing : I able
effect that the said : Spain and Knight of she the time of its departure to I blockaded shall diffcrvMidl duties I.e movements oC the enemy. Captain
ibt sme to to Charters OF lAcsoLIA.-And whcraas ol-o, the i'' order of e no: o: ( hame ariiclc: imported .
oti twelf.h? Christ his firtt
declared null and void the Secretary of State for the however be captured or condemned for from the samp the '. 'Hale tendered his services went
might be by judgments day of February in the year of our Lord one thnnfanJ .Foreign Affairs. And the said having attempted placr to di-Mdvar.tas.* 0(1 over to

of the proper Courts in lAid Dstnct: ,-And where- eight hundred and i thirty-two un act \va*-: having exchanged Iheir full plenipotentiaries! I'I'I a 5rst time to enter Raid portflmlelollt can the S'arcinianflig, in case time existing or any other 'Brooklyn, was taken just as he .was passing!

a..Charlea S. Siblcy, Attorney oKhe United Stales passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of and due form have concluded powers and found in good foi1lowing be proved that said vessel could and ought to d.ilfererta: diliea on the said artice: ?, shall be con- the outposts of the British on his return/

for the Middle District of Florida prose-otinsj for the T< rnlory of Florida,to amend the said Charter, articles.I signed tIle have learned during its voyage that the blockade tinned in force, to tIle disadvantage of the fla.. of Turning to Andre r
said Territory, bath appeared on this day on behalf of Incorporation-And whereas also 01 the place in question still continued. But all tha United Slates of An.erica ty his Sardinian Major Tallmadge saidf
; on Hip fif.j I Art. 1. Tin te shall Lo between with
ernid rritoryand by 'him tho Court here j is iveo teenlh day of February in the of our Lord I the territories of I vessels which after ha ing been wnrncd off one, Majesty beyond a period of fuur years, counting emphasis : 'Do you know the sequel o

toundersiand and ho informed,-hat the .aid'Cr. enc thousand eigl.t hundred and year thirty-four the high contracting Iud parties a reciprocal liberty of hall, durinv Ihe same voyage, attempt a second from, the day of the exchange .f the ratification of of that story V

tra1! Bank of Florida" hath forfeited it* Charier, and act was passed by the Legislative Council of the an: I their commerce respective Slates navigation.shall The inhabitants of time to crltr the same (,I"karlcd port during tho the present treaty and separate ort'.rle.: but aI! 'Yes,' said Andre; 'he was hung as a spy;
privilege and immunities mutually Inve liberty continuance of tht said blockade, shill then subject countervailing: diffcrcnlial dutien the .
ill the franchise rights Territory of Florida, supplemental to the aid I'to' the and on said Uli.i but surely you do not consider his and
enter
ports commercial pbceB of the themselves ces! shall I case
thereby conferred by NOS-USER, and hath prayed Chatter of Incorporation, to be dctaincj and condemned. i cease tf be exac'.d firvm the lime UI.
,
&It appears by tIme original -j territory of each wherever mine alike?
that luirefM'M might issue according to law, to i iMmmoti enrollment! of said Charter ot Incorporation, parly shall foreign commerce Art.! 14. All art-elc; o" commerce the growth or., United Slates Government shall: have been informed i I

the Mid "Central Dank of Florida" to and said amendment, and said supplemental' at of l is permuted.in all They be at liberty to sojourn I manufacture of the UniL-d States of America, and officially of the discor.t:nuance of difTerential MM; jo r Tallmadge replied: 'Yes, precisely
and reside whatsoever
appear before this Co-rt at the proper time andnlice record in the office of the Secretary of Territory ries in order to parts attend of said territo. the product of their fisierics, with the C\C'p iun ., duties on trw part isfhis -'ardiniaii Aljjebly. similar, and similar will be your fate!' From

and howcaue| :fany itrould, why the said I of Florida, as well as by the public statutes of the i ifiall, .tl that effect to the their affairs, and they I of all, suupowder ei\l\ tobacco maniifattnred for ; The pi r'enl separate article shah have the sane; ,j: I II that moment, the dejection ol his spirits was

Chuter of Incorporation should not be repealed \ Territory of Florida, printed by authority of U.. enjoy same security and pro"-1!i use, shall! be peraiilled o.pas* in Iransilu from ihe I I I forco and vale" as if it x ere in crttd wor.! f r striking and painful.

and c1tred null and void: Governor and Legislative Council of the .! te lion as the natives of the country wherein they free p"rl of Genoa thr ugi! the lrrr.tnrie> of his i j: word in the treaty binned this day, and shall! be j O.i the 29th of '

--HF.Rr.FORE, YOU ARE HEREBY COMM And whereas also, a 'law was : : the' II1 C- reside,on condition of their submitting to the laws Sardinian Majei-ty to any point of the inland !j i 'ratlf ..j ill the same 1I01 -. j: September, General Wash.
pawd Gover.
AND ED. That you make known to the said nor snu Legislative Council of said by : and ordinances IhcT prevailing. frontier of tIme said tl'nitoriell. and rice J1.Tlil. ..11arlic ''i In f.ilhhereor v.c the I1l1deligned i by virt'H.1 'ington summoned a board officers, consisting
R nlf Florida and all Territory, on' | Art. 2. Sardinian; vessels arming either laden or of 'i of our full u. have' s-i< ned tIme s'l'a.1 of six
-Cwtril Presidents, Director the fourth day of March in the of Lord I ( comrr.erce com injj from any one point of:| pow : present majors general and eight brig.
*, Cahners an<1 StocknoUers% thereof, that one thousand eight hrn-Jrcd and thirty-nine ycnr our, authorizing I in ballast in thin ports of the United States of A. the Sardinian inland frontier: destined for t!!c L'ni- :'rate,,: article amid tli'ritj! aiHxeJ: our respective[ adiers. Tiny were to examine the case of

they bf before the Judge of our Superior Court of j and requiring the District Attorneys of saidI j Stales nirrica arriving and reciprocally either laden vessels in of ballast the United !Irota led Stale*, shall bo permuted to phI the territories, 'seal Dnn..1!". r.nTHA.IL.. 11.. nsi. ._ _.L_ I I f I Major Andre, and to rennrt Jubfi fart jrltl*
or in tho 'of '
his Sard'niau to the free I uierr iiaibre transaction
the Middle !Uifctrirt of flnr H for tli County of Territory to instJtutH the Majly port Genoa j opinion 01 me ol ifte ,
rcQ.uiKllf t b> I ... i
flill |iror dings "r lli .ini..n..r i liia S.,.1"i.n; ; M. ..1yj i I I N \ MLFS, [fis.i i
Leon. on the second Monday of IS'oveinlcr next a ainnt such Banking j \vlthot bung at..e i to de 'aym lIt of any duty i and its punishment. When the
Incorporation in their prisoner was
I shall be treated on their entrance, cfuring their wriiatevtr; levied tllftJwl| SOLAR DC LA 3IARGUERITC, fu. sJ] 'j
tlm the! '
the dale oflhis mich oilier the in name or to profit
writ time Districts
or an
after respective '
as might have incurred forfn- I I before
stay and at their departure, the samo And whereas, the said treaty and separate ar-l brought them, the president informed
upon footing Government
I I the local authorities, or ofany
be adjoutnedlo at the Court House of of their Charters private
,
eoart may Lures by non-user, and lo prosecute; as national vessels coming from the same phcc, '> flaLIiihmenl wlatlo'cother, than such tide have been duly ratified on boll parts, arid :I.e I him that he w.is at perfect liberty to withhold
of Leon, the of Tallahassee ill the effect as arc ,
and County at rij"; same to so that the said Charters
nid County. to show, if any thing they for Iheutclfci Ie l duc.'arcJ: null and void by the Judgment of might the I !' with respect to the duties uflonllsgf', light houses, icquiretl to meet the etpcnses of the neeessarv I i :n.specliveratification; of tIle sameere; .' ex.hjn ejV"ahipptfn .i an answer to any questions put to !h m. De
pil-jtajc and port charges, well' at \ on time lighltPiith ay of Mjuli,
have or can say \\h)' the said Charter ufIncorprLti0fl proper Courts in tild District,-And wi.ercax, J and perquisites of public officers as and! as other lo the duties fee precautionary measures against .mll'i\.n\ !, which.. one thousand eijrht hundred and ihirty-tiiie by dining to avail himself of ar y Ieg! or technical
of t ie "Central Dank of Florida Charles! (recaution.iry: measures to do'-bM; veIl lin rtgirJ to
S. he
SlblCAUorn'y
of the United States i lor charges of lialevcr kind denomination John Fo.sylh Secretary of State of the United rights, proceeded to give a brief
or
should not be repealcJ! annulled, and matte void for the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting for levi- transit: to the fror.lerall: bo the tame whether and do : narrative of all that had occurred b
Auisle Co'obiaiiO.
j'ed .n 'he name or to the profit of the Government the aid article of States, Charge d Att. : ivrc uil.is
immunities, ri I commerce are imported Ij the ;,
lils. and said hath
andalllibeitie ; privlegps Tt-rnlory appeared on this day on behalf the 'local authorities' or of any private establish vessels of Ihe of the olher oftlLo |; faires cf II is .Majekly the King of Sanl.nia, on the | landing from the Vulture and hircpuroj!
one or high :
contracting -
tho ronli-rrcd be ized
frtnelii by same B into of said Territory and by him the Court hereis I ment whatsoever.Ail.3. 'I I part of their respective Goverunienl'.
l of atd of partie But if peculiar circumstance or' and stated expregsly that he did not eott Om.
and control Florida
Territory to uudchtandand
Slfflllln i given te informed that the
I
tKcrefore. be known tiiut
pO All kind merchandise and i I Now. it MARTIN
tnJ furtlirr Ira di) and receive what tho baii Court 'said "The ilcrcl.tnU' and Planters' Bank of Magnolia' I commerce, either the produce of ihe soil articles the in.of I II considerations duties should render the ll.c re.estabhislmnentof i') VAN DURKN, PrvMdcnl, tl.e: United StaU-s uf,shore under the protection of a flig f-zrmic'.
said
article
or transit of
on
thcs tnd lhc;e.of it and ihrm in tins behalf, shah hath forfeited its Charter, and all the franchise du'ttry of the United Stales America of necessary ,, America have caused the nad:; treaty and separate ;j 'His deportment was manly, digitf'd'afltI
or commerce directed to me poir.l of the SarJi-
any ,
I any |
eoRiidrr and direct,-And you ate further commanded privileges rights and immunities thereby I article to b4I mai'e lo tie: cud that tie delicate and while
I other country which may be lawfully imporU into nian fm.ilier, the Sardinian Gcvers.mcnt, in re1|1 public i( ; he sought no c : cr
.
notice of the institution ofth"
to give |>roceeiinf.bypubliralionlicreofin conferred by non-usr.r and he hath prnycd thai a the ;j.orls of the dominions of Sardinia ill Sardonianvessels I serving lo lUelf the full right to establish rch >I same, ami every clause! and urtic'.n! th'.f-l.f u ay be j[ ,concealment of ihe parr he had pL\ ir. tLt
% noinw public news. tcirtjacias nnjihl in-ue according to law, to sum observid and falfilled with failii ibo UIIt.I : .
good by '
also be ,
in the'
ese.1!
of
may so imported \ duty, gages: to notify t) the Go\ eminent of th I j transact| on, he was c-ir-ful
paper in the Middle District of Florida, fur the mon the said"TheIrrchanta' and Pljnters' Bankof l'nited Slatte America, uilheui other such I ed Statee, and the citizens Ihercof. j jI scrupulously uctAf
United
uf three months from the day of the datetered'fld Magnolia" to before this paying or I Slate determination px mjuth before ; !to disclose the names or acts of others
spice appear Court at the higher duties or charges of whatever kind! denomination i In tcatimo:IV whereof 1 !havl: h.-rwii-il. pet myj
much il
or lran duty shtlf be exacted. It in al t'jatynu make nturn of this: writ on the prr>(>er time and place, and !hcw cauo if any it levied in the name or to the profit cf'' any underMooil that all arlic of I hand, and caused the! seal of the United States to i iler full consideration, the Board cifOfTJ ar9
s commerce nnporied
| ;
first day of the next term of our aid Coarl, and of could.whytbef.1 d Charter of should .
Incorporation the Government the local authorities i be aflixed.I reported the fncts in detail and thtr
or of any I Idinclly! from time Umid: States of America slia:1:1 I J upirijn
,
your proceeding thereon. nut Le repealed: and declared null and void. I Done at the City of Washington! tile' eighteenth j
evtabln-hiiifciit
whatsoever than if and conmJcrrd that At.dre.
private the came 1 be taken as the prnJucts of the said j Major ought to Le considered a
WrrvcM-RICHARD(: G. WELLFORD TIIEItEFORK YOU ARE HEIIEBY COMHANDED merchandise or produce had been and siiall b entitled !i diy of March, one thous rid eight bunC : -
imported in j States, ? equally aril III like; I and that the laws and
Clerk of our said: Court, this IClli day of Thai mike known to the said Sardinian vcsbds. And dred and t'nirty-ni'ie, and f f the Indepen-!spy, according to usrges
you reciprocally all kind of lIIam:(, 5\ IIIi the ummuis above mentioned in .
Ju'y' .\. D. 134U, and kiity-fifth ,ear ofAumeririn I'"The Mcrcf.ants' and I'lantern' Bank Magnolia," merchandise and articles of commerce cither the !, the pres-ei-t article,exrcp t<> a free tr.'nsil Unuighthe'lernloriei. f' r. dcnce of the United SUtcs lie! sixty i ,; of nations, he should suffer death. The voice

Indpprndfnre.R.G. and I'rr&idcnts. Canliirr, Directors, and stock. produce of the foil, or of the industry of the do-1 I f'his Sardinian :Ilj"tlty.Art. third. 31. VAN DUitEN. : ef humanity pleaded loudly for mercy to Major

WELLFORD; Ckrkof holders i thtreof that they be before tho Judge of minions of Sardinia or ofany other country whit him | I.;. The two l.igh cohliacliup parties recip.rOully .\ By the Pr.Md'tit, Andre, but the stern realities of the scene
the Superior Court of the Middle District of lf3tale. I
our Superior Court of the Middle District of Fl-.ri- be lawfully: imported into the of the JOHN FORSITH, Secrniiry which have been had
lY oilier I jisj
Florida foi Leon ports ;, grant to t-ac'i the liberty of 'havinsrieac might presented,
County.ii da, for time Coul.ty of Leon, on the second Mondayin Un'lcd; S.alc*, in vtsse'sof: the said Stales I f mI
may :h, III the port .'lid other commercial places! of I i From the Kickcrtot-Lcr for September. i j agency been successful, forbade all Slope
Nivcmbcr after the date of ]
next this
writ, or also b, in Sardinian
so imported vessels without1 |
'OTICE :[ the other, iorst.14, vile ron-uU and eommcn-ial
hereby given of foregoing i Inexorable justice and the stern decrees of
I procedling such othrr time ns the Cou. may be adjournedto paying other or higher duties or of whatever 'I The Kobiiisou Ilotisc, ,
1, charges : of ihtir own riilmenllio! lull
to all |per."n" mentioned and concern4 I nt the Court House ofuid County of Leon, in kind or denomination levied iri the : agents apf enjoy i the law, alike required an example, which
therein as I am direrted. name or the same pnvilrges.power- exernptiori SOl I h-.SC' j Or Remenrscence of West Point, and Arnold14c

thereby LEIGH RCA). t'lecityf.01..1.TalUhassec__ "_ ". in aid' County.1. ._ to show u i' to the profit of the Government, the local authorier -:'I'of the mokt favored nation" But if any of such ''. Traitor. should not only prove n warning to all !rjitors -
any lUll; lury i"r uiciiiscitca ii.it'u, or can F.IY. I '. er of pnvale islaoiifcnr.ienl ,whatsoever :''coni! iu time but convince the
Manhal of the Middle District of Florida any Ady.29,5 by JOHN KACKLER.. D. ,M. why the said Charter of Incorporation ol 'Thc than if the aine ,-rcliuriCiso or produce had been .,' to the tame laws and usages to winch the 1 BY 0. MEJfBEK OK THE BOARD OK VIIITOIU. f ricftti people that their cause was in the )h".n J5
tlrchalllt.nld: Piantorb': Bank Magnolia" Miouldj: in \"IIt'I. of Uniltd States of
imported America.: .: print" individual of their nation or subjects or
[COCLDzD.I .] >of who *knew their and
bo repealed annulled and made void and all men right, kiio\iag
TERRITORY OF not ,
To the Marshal of the FLORIDA Middle iJi.rricl" memoint..u......_, .;-&...-, r.;.:'.,'.a ..... r..... urr.tanolng Art. 4. Tn, H prevent,. ii":,:0 the,) U.iS possibility'... ...of. .any.. "misun-lU'IS. '.: citizens lilt FOIIl".of j,'.the ct, III mi-bl r.-f favored**' .1.nati-. -us-.-arc..-- i-ubjcct.:-m .__ill- I When Gen.; Washington reached 'Beverly,' [dared maintain them." .Appeals the ino- :

i J JWHERKAS >> by the vamu conferred .dud into posa eB. finnS contained in the two prcccdn.g; articles are I! aclor.s.I : and wits ititonned that Arnold nad departedr'for pow erlul were made, and no hnrrian effort kit

greeting : j| ion and control of mid Territory, and further to lo their full extent applicable to Sardinian vessels I Arl. 16. Il i especially understood that wheneverfilhrr ': West Point, he crossed directly over, expecting |luntried, to induce Washington tosavcA'.cIr ,
heretofore to wit: oil the scv- receive said and then-
do and what th. Court then .
of November in th. year of of; it and them in thin! behalf shall consider and and their cargocM arriving in iho ports of the United ; of the two contracting par'ie-t shall i>.fed (for :, to find him. Surprised to lear that but in vain. His heart was fu'I' of the i ik
of America. ,\reciprocally to tesoeisof :
our Lord one Ihoiir.nnd eight hundred slid iwrnly- I j direct. ArId you are further commanded ti giv. the States said Stales and their in I I coiihular agent h reside in any poii or commercial: I he had not been there, atier examining timeworks of human kindness; his sympathies !i
arriving i
cargoes of the other cilizcn of lhi
a subject or
n"eo the a Charter of Incorporation as granted o-i :, notice of I lite Institution this proceeding, by publication the porte of the dominions Sardinia, whether tilt I i last place, such consul, or|aity IIg"lIt ehall continue 1-' be re- he returned. Gen. Hamilton had remained enlisted for the interesting prisoner,

coudtI.nM[ | limitations mil rrtriliou tisereitil"'d ;i ] hen-of in some public newspaper in the slid vet l'f'h clear directly! from the ports of the I tjarili-d notwilhstjiidinij h's qua'ity)' ; of a f reign I at 'Beverly,' and as Washington andhis life was in his hands; and it require: o
the
Ly Legislative Council of the IVrntoryif ;Middle! Ui-trict of Florida fur the of thrit-
Ft-tnda.ln acertamnflmnk the and space country to which they respectively belong or from l"on ul, as a subject or citizen d I this na'ion to suit were walking up the mountain road!, ilfiruiiu >8 of a Roman father, to withsta-
by name mouths from the day of the date hereof. And that
the ports ofany other foreign country. which I.e Ix-lungi1, and coist: quently r-hall l he sub- I from Dock met Gen. Hamilton .
sighs of tIll BANK or FLORIDA," ard to all those make return of this writ, and of your proceeding 'Beverly ihey } promptings of his own generous naturhe 8 '"
-ho should hctntnc Subscribers to the S3id Bank you Art. 511 kinds merchandise and art'n-lrs of milled to the law and rrgulaliims to winch i.a- i with anxious face and hurried,step, com. shrank from
:, thereon en the tirt-l day of the next term ol ) never the rigid perfon..:. '.
their lurcnmorii and aMignc;-And whereas Iio, j our said Court. commerce, which may lawfully be exported from1 tin are subjected in tl.l.! mac: of Ins residence. ,! lug towards them. A brief and suppressed ,, of-public! duty, or permitted kis heart c d.c.
ho s
1':1:111! !
ontht the of the United Stales America in na- i I TI'lo ol'ligalion A r\'er. in in ro.-ptei c'n-
fcrtulveiith day of February, in' the ofour ; WITNKC& RICHARD G. WCLLFORD.Clerk poris j! i:
Lord liioimnd: year tional vcMtls, may also be exported therefrom III'i 'i i, ba'ra the ex1 r.ic of in* eoumsu'.ar! 'unctions, or conversation took place between Washingtoir i tate what honor and patriotism alike ir'rbfid .
one ciht hundred and lliiriythrtj <.f our said Court, this IGtli day ot tessil without ': atiVcl the innoa : of ln! con-ulur archive ;' and himself, and they passed on rapidly to ihe Ouo however
an act wa" panned by the Governor and l.eg- July A. D. 1840, and eixty-fi'tli' year ol Sardinian paying other or hugiierJjtj .j j.t.r ; JJ j ji plan, suggested itself to

wlilifc Council <,f the Territory of Florida, lo the Inde; rndence of the United States ofAmerica. ." or charge of whatevrr k.lid (.r denomination I Art. 17. The s.;d consul, \ i'-c consuls and coin.I house, where the papers Washington's I Washington, by which, if successful, the life

amend said Charter of InC"orp..tion, a* Ipptlr'j j levied in ll.c name or to the orofit of the Go. I menial inrinls, are ai.lhorocd to require the aksni. I'change of route had prevented his receiving{Ieit' Andre might be spared; and that was "to

l br> the original enrollmctit of said Chll rtl'r ( J JL \\TLLFORD, C'erk of t erni'ifiit. the local' authorities, or of f any pritatpfstali'ifliinrnl SHU': of the |i'C-j| a author.. ; s f.r tie ad arch, arrest', had been delivered that rnurning; UMJ Deingj:: (exchange Andre for mold. It was n len .
corporation and of raid amendment of I. Middle District f %latMtcvrr, than if l'ie same mi-r- detention" ami IlIIi\ .;alllllt'lIt of the de.i itt-rs from
iherrof re* tile Superior Count of the < Hamilton and
cord ID tho oCi-c of the Secretary of II.e Territory Florida; l fur Leon Co'inly. thaii'l.ze articles! ofcoinmcrco had been tiported 'time i-hijH of wur a d tnf-r limit vo5 .Is of ll.tir! : represented to ot'great pre&s. hope; but the bir* attempt proves the nobiJI

of Florida a* well a* by the public: statutes of tie! III vi's-i-V of the United Staler .f America.iul 'II..OUlitf1'ur tins! purpure theyhall app'y to the : ing importance, were by him opened, mid the (I of'the heart thnt would make the tig'-'i-1..
;
Territory of Florida printed by .nulhoriiv of the : JOTICE: is hereby given of the foregoii piocidni4s I .procay!! all kind I.flwrchaldllIIl1d: uitidc.-i ufcomnierce tompetint Irit'uiial", j icgm. ard ol'icers and suit I, : dreadful secret disclosed instant measures i\Va, >Ijinfrtoi k-ew tlwt atm pe. pn>u., nl of

Governor and Legiviative Council of the nm.-j j 1."t : lo .1! pen-on int-nlioued and con- which may be lawfully exported from 'ill writ.:, demand t-jiJ doerter.i, proving by the were adopted to intercept Arnold, and prevent this kind to ih' Hntr>h rnn.T.r! unt* f be ;.

And whereas also, a lawvaa passed by the Gov-I I .frned therein as I am thereby directed. the polls .f HIP kingdom of Sudinia m national. I exhibition of the rsgiso: 'I of the tCM-e':?, the roll, his: escape, but in vain. Gen. Washington; : ',I likely! from i:5 rruLiici-v. n ht n. --c't,!. dfidar
trljOf mind Marshal vcsc: may also be exported ihcrefrorn in ve -eKof 'of iho crews, or by other: oifirial o'ocuiixnts thai
Legislative C"uncil of the laid Tcrrilof i LF.IGI1 I 1 ItEM: ),
States of i' formed oft bet and this then communicated the facts to La: laettr'I : he'pitcheci thiererz, ,j tXrLJ4r. ftC d. '.
f/, tIC fourth day of March ;in the year of our of the Middle District of Florida, by the Ui.iUd America vvillioul! p3.yillgother I such individuals part rows; ,
Lord one thousand eight hundred and ihirty-ninc, I An-. 29. 5 by JOHN F. KACKLElt U. MT or higher dulie, or charges of whate'crkind j reclamation ilium-ubMantialed the surrend, r ,'' and Jlnox, and said to the former, 'mi re ill s.at.tI. -\ 'n O -'--;:, of Neu Jsr-

olhorimg and requiring the District Attorneys of -- -- --- _. or denomination t levied in the na'uc or to the not be refiihcd. Smith de"crlerh when arrc led shall sorrow tlnu III anger,* J r lwm can ice trust111Ol.C I'sey, who was at lliui inn" \ :i'' Wa-hit.gtr,

Mid profit of the Government the local authorises or l le placed al the disposal of the .uld, vice/ Mrs. Arnold "
Territory to institute the requisite legal pro. ? He also went up to see ; ardently R-giged in the Cause tmP his count,
to private tab'i.hment whatsoever ihan ifulie I I consul or comrmrcul rlltl. and may b>.> ioitlneil'
eJinjs agauift such Banking lncorporlions in any I but could to her with the
c'ellrilshington NO of the Court of
Uwir recpectivc Dmricl have incurrcd tame merchandise article of oinmerce had I in tho pub ic prisons at the ('que.: :and cost o1 carry {>roceetlings Inquiry,
aa might
forfeiture 01* their Charter by non-tutr, and to I i been exported in Sardinian Yrl' eJ,. i I those who shall claim them in order to he detaineduntil i I consolation. Her grief was almost frenzied; lo S.r Henry Clinton; and he was directed t-

prowi-ute the same to tffect, .o that the said Cliar- Art. 6. No higher or other tirtics: t-ha'l, be impos. I the time when they shall be restored to the f and in its wildest moods, she spoke of Gen. J remain nt Jersey City all night after delivering -

ten might be declared cull and void by the Jud
IDent of the preperCourts in said District*.-And Tallahassee (Florida) Races. any article the produce or manufacture Sardinia:' their own country by'e l'd of the tame nation'I i seemed that she had not the remotest idea of> evening, which he would spend with the Bri- -
trb.reu.Charlel S. Bibley, Attornf' of the United HE ANNUAL MEBTINO FOR 1841 will and no higher or other duties shall be imposed Dior i any other vest-ei ivhalsoevcr. Hut il not t> I
Klal Marion Course, the importation into the kingdom of Sardinia of t I back within three moulliH from the day of their a rI Ljhcr I husband treason; and she had even I tNh officers, to speak of the arrest of Andre,

l for said T- rrhory, halh appeared on this pronecul day On Wednesday, the 13th January next, I any article the produce or manufacture of the i I rest, tiny shall he sett hJertylIlId shall: not ag.linI ;t schooled her heart to l feel mom I for the cause and t<) suggest the certainty of his death, unless

u behalf of.aid Territory and by him the Court .nd continue 4 days, free for all How. owned in I United ISt.'ef', than arc or shall be payable on the I i srrr lcd l tor the same ('au.c. If however the : of America, from her regard l for those who'professed i he could be exchanged for Arnold. At.

rert i. given to understand aud be informed that Florida, or the lower Countir. of Georgia and .(i same article being the produce or manufacture of i deserter bhould be found to have eon.milled; any to love i'. Her husband's yjter supper, he accordingly introduced this
the said -Bank FJorida"" hub forfeited il.Char. any other foreign country. Nor shall any prohi i crime or offence, his surrender may be delayed un- I '
dream of bliss the chant
her of ii-terest
Alabama. was requiem and found
I
subject painful ready
I before which Ins should be
>er,and all time { ] and immunities > bition imposed on the importation orexportaIonofaumy til the tribunal case
frandiive. privilege. Club Purso of $1001mile I
thereby conferred, by non-iuer, and he hath i FiRs DAT-A Jockey article, :he produce of, or the manufarturcof I depending! shall hive, pronounced its scntenc'c.i fur her infant's repose ; and she was l found I listeners. When he spoke of the exchange,

prayed that a tcircfaei&t might issue according to J"ECOXD heats.DAt-A Jockey Club Purse $200-2 the United Stale or of Sardir.ia. to or fro-n ej i and uch cutoncc shall have been carried into rx- I alas! as many a confiding heart has oft (one of the officers eagerly inquired if he hud

Uwio summon tho .aid"Bank Florida," to apP mile best port of the United Stale, or to or from the) porbonhe t-culion. been found. ( authority for that remark. No,' said Capt. '
I
*r before thIs Court at the proper time and THIRD DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $'
flue, to allow cause if any it could, why the said milo heats to all other nations. I contracting parlie, fchall have power to impose ofI chug ivy a but I think if the is made he will

t'kxricr of Incorporation should not bo repealed FouaTH DT-Propm-tor's Purw $ -1 mile I Art. 7. It is expressly understood and agreed''i I their personal goods within the jiin.-diction of the I Arnold wrote to General Washington, dc- proposal

Ud declared null and void; oal.. 3 best in 5 Entrance 10 per cent. that the preceding article do not apply to the other, by testament, donai.on, or otherwise and [ claring the innnocence of Andre ; that he agree to it. The officer who made the in.

THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM. And the following Sweep-slakes are now open coasU'ive navigation of either of the two countries,I! their representatives, being citizens or subject of'I shore under his protection, and was quiry was seen shortly to leave the room;
M the which each ot'the two contracting parties resenesexclu.inly : the oilier! party, nhall succeed to their -laid personal l I It came on the river New York
AND ED, That you make known to th. paid and will be run for, if they artJUltd, before of Arnold's crossing to he went directly
"Skok of Florida" and aU the I'ftlidentJIC", Jockey Club lUcc on the three first days. to ilelf. I rood, whether by tculameut or ab uitttt&o! and I not answerable for any wrong to Sir Henry Clinton, and detailed the

Dinclora and Stockholder thereof that they beMm FIRST DAV.-A Pysl-f'skes free for all ages, 2 Art. 8. No priority or preference shall be given may lake po.sesiion thcrcoT, either by themsclvct I II j I and soliciting also protection and kindness remarks of Caotain The

the Judge of our Superior Court of the mile heats. Subscription $200, forfeit f 100; to be directly or indirectly either of the high contract-' I lor by others acting for them, and dispose of the 1fur his wife, uho, had remarked, 'was as'I Ogden. next mrn-
Middle the first ing parties, nor t.y any company, corporation oragent at will such taxes and due only I ing the same officer observed, in a careless
District Florida for the County of Leon, ran for before the Jockey Club Race on i larue oavin-? at'I( good and innocent as an angel, and incapable -
** the second Monday in November nut after the day of the next TailahiMee Jockey Club Raoes. acting in their behalf, or under their authorty the iu laitanisof iho country wiicruin the ;aid I I i manner, to Captain Ogden, as he was about
of
dtt. of this writ or lOch ether lime as the Court 3 Subscriber necessary to make a H;ace. in the purchase of any article of commerce goods are, hall bu subject to pay in like doing wrong.Washington to depart, that the exchange which ae had
be for three lawfully imported on account ot, or in reference to And in case of the absence of the ;CUC..I I took active measures to guard '
any adjourned lo, at tho Court House in tho SECOND DAT.-A Sweepstakes year of could not be made 'it would be such
spoken
;
City: Tallahassee and County of Leon, to .how, olds, I mile heats. Subscription f 200: forfeit 100; the character of the vessel whether it be of tho one such care *h.,ll be taken of the aid good an I I I against the treason. Not knowing how 1 farj I II violation of honor and
if party or the other in which such article was im- takou of the good of a. nativ of the name conn- a military principle,
any thing they for themselves have or jan .iy. to be run for before the Jockey Club Race on the be the poison had or who of all those- about him
oried. it the true intent and meaning of the until the lawful I that he knew Sir Henry Clinton would not
*lIy the laid Charter ofJ Incorporation of the kD.n second day of the neil TaUsha see Jockey Club [> being try in like case owner may take 1 had been affected by it, he was compelled to
.f Florida" should not be repealed annulled and jcef. 3 Subscriber necessary to make a Race. contra.cting parties I that no distinction or difference measures for receiving them. And if a ijup*>ion j I listen to the idea for a nwmerit.'* Failing in
whatever shall bo made in this respect. I vcral! clau i.\uU to which :i a course, which, while it did not distrust any
ai.ds void aid for 2 olds, I should arise among s > a*
all libortiw, immunities, pnvicgeetad THHID n4T.-A Sweep-stake year this General Washington determined on sti?!
franchises by the same conferred be wired mil out. Subwription $100) forfeit $30; to be Art. 9. Ifeilher. party shall hernafler grant to ) of them said good belong, the ar.ie shall finally I I, one in particular of his brave compatriots ini : another p1 .n to save ihy life ef Andre. Ha
.to Club Race on the third any other ualint any particular favor in commerceor be decided by the Uw nnd judge of tho ian,) exteude.l nil the tireles '
possession and coutri/l uf said Territory and run for before the Jockey .(i arms. yet over vigi-
it immediately!, beconn common And wlnro th. I' sent for Major Lee, ad suJ to him :
navigation the aaid are. on
farther lo do Club Race 3 wherein good I
and receive what the said Court then day of the nextT.ll&iia.seeJockeY lence of'an sleepless in its country' I i 1
and there of it, and them, in this behalf shall eon. Subscribers ner.e. arj to make a Usco.SulMcription to the other party fl eely where it i freely granted death ol any person holding real estate within the Audre eye off *5 I hive rnt for you in he ex -. .**JUOH
service. in
side, aDd direct-And ere further commanded to the above Slake can be made by to such other nation or on yielding the same or an tcniitmmnies. of one of the contracting parties buch was sent a strong >[that you have someone i war cort-s >*'?to L
ts you equivalent compensation when the grant U condi- real estate, would by the laws of the land dcaceud guard to Head Qrarters at Bevelry where he }
notice iai'1his'
of the Tallahassee
give of the institution of ibis proceeding letter addressed to tho Secretary | willing to ui dertake a de't'-a;_ aiiJ !

b1 publication hereof in come public newspaper iu Jockey Club any time before the 15lh day of De. tiocal.' on a cilizea or subject of Limo other party, who by arrived in custody of Major Tallmadge on i i( project. Whoever cam' f.nxvurd, if! c H. "
Veasela of either of the contracting be of =
the Middle District of Florid.,for the .pace three comber aext, when they will be clewed; tile entry tobeijamedtheeTeninubcfwrelheR.ee. Art. 10. high reason of alienage may incapable holding it, the morning of the 26th. Washington mndo *
*wthi fiom the parties arriving on the coasts of the other, but lie ahail be allowed a rtasonablo time to sell such fer n great obligation >n rne ptfso" allv, arnl
day of the date hereof end that of Tallmadge but declin. '-
; witbont the intention to enter a port, or having and lo withdraw and the many inquires Major behalf the tinned Staer I will'reward3him
real
JM make rtturns of this writ and .f proceed.agi Mr. F..P. GEROW is now engaged at the Ma. estate, export proceed. hw in ,
> tk.raoo, on the first day of the. your next terra of rio Course and has opened Training Stable for entered not wishing to discharge the whole, or any without moUstalion, and without paying lo ed to have the prisoner brought into pre'lence amply. No tim* is lo bo l./tt ; he mlisl**

Ir aid CoarL accommodation, gentlemen who have Hor.c.to part of their caroca,shall enjoy in this respect th. the profit oft, respective Government any other and did'ee him while in the hands proceed i, if H'-sihk'! tohitht. 1 talen to -

WrrstM.RlCHATlf G. WELLTORD, train. Mr. Gere w T. well known a. an experi ume privilege, and be trealed in the jame manner- dues tUef,'or charge; than th')*e te which ihe inhabitant of the American jLudte,was-next taken to seize Arnold and j save Aam-lre'."

CWrk of 'oar raid:Court Ibi.' 18th day .nroM'Traiuer and tbe fullest confidence may be as the veuela of Ihe moat favored nations. of the country wherein aaid real estate i il West Point where be remained until the
; Art. 1 1. When reel belonging to either of situated shall be ,subject in like Major Lee selcctwl a tcaa by iho nuiO ,fChampe
4ay of July ,A O.-1840t aDd the sizty.Lb placed in bis safe management ef Horse cummil- any pay case ] of tho 28th when: he was removed "
th* cob tracti of parties, or to their citizen, or sub.j.ct.s The continue morning I a Virginfan, p'f f triei '
19. shall
: ye of die Lndapadanta ofIh.United ted tD bia cbatg. TaOs.,BROWN Art. prevent treat in tbe'"Ver in' to Stony Point aad cburageSn'dinflexible.
ttesofAmejica: : 'H.O.l; F U- .rcof auSer damage on.the coasts, (within the dominion exchange of the ratifications and if, twelve month thence, under an escort cavalry, to Tap. and the plan proposed. L1ewteexv; :'"

*MBf riT Court .".JiI1U. ln ,i 0 l TBIglIhokdo* of Copzersh1P. of the other; there aball he given to inch vc*. before the expiration of that period neither of the pan', Some doubt baa existed whether Andre and New York

Fldricltr.wa: County.'I Cop ta.-.bip heretofore existing; under el and all persona on board, every aid and protection high contracting parties Shall have'anaounced to ever at-West Point ; but it is on recordon escape to ; to appeartTleadfy

THE style and firm of.Iaacsa& Hart ia 'thia in Eke manner us .,unal and eontemary to. the other by an official ,notification to arrest the was of Col. Tallmadge who with the enemy ; to watch A mold,find upon

"W.; f .,, day dissolved by mutual, cotweiU.. Tj.eli rf U JUtCoa where each shipwreck or damage operation of the said treaty, itahall! remain obligatory the authority And from the per.of some fit opportunity, with the'assbfance of
Jlb''aJT WM. H.FRAKCI5 )bappfnvtndjfocfc.ahipwrec ed"fcmiU| beyond .that t lime and ao on until sonally attended re, moment '
I con4V one year seme one iwhorn he could trust, to seize him, '
---v-. ,Itti-j'r i. itriW : .. .- 'LfSVt If ART.;' ,- .rcb. ,'ud otIr 4.cts P! their proceeds tile expiration of'tbe'twelve month, which will his arrert' tb that of his exeoutkn, that be and conduct him the
: to oif
.. ". ..ow.1 {'1' :iB'D' ".. .) (*Ufl4SPi)1tI8&L Jt the'.. mbsJl 11 have Mea sold;sbU be restored 10'D" C0U4-% s iimilir nolification', whatever the'.time was 'carried to West Point, but not :imprison.I an appointed pbco

1LieI..'.io.. &s1 ;T1uiiesliulooIIaa.ap in futtfn. ky'WtyIlaxniJ. th.;, ',- ort* Ibo* entitled to isve loam, a"lticb U may lake pl* e.- ed the river, where boats ahoold "b "la readtflMtrtoBbar
.
to,*. kyJOHKF. KACKLEIUD. U FunoU.9 "OIIlbta payment of CD* costs of alragt M would them away. Champe agreed to under.




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the rw mission and Sooo after it commits on the laboring and that it would be paid in good money by the t'geerl ctity. the alone poorest survive are' 'vei.the the front order of cqe to battle.Chvgd. .P:a WU -s.

dftptrtod. i T O'hlI1IA10' .1.1f indaltriOUI\\ U. States,) has been all the means at the dU.posal ; ety' my
be arrived iD New York,.hft wU lent to Sir classes who receive the paper as of the Governor, for"propuionuy" 600 shock. I After a month tirade recommences having formed that army for ac f.. I

't Henry Clintonwho treated hinf kjndlytque*. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA" : not by a long way compensated : "troops" from January till August seven and i cducte .sme time with 1 remain, very respectfully,

boned him very closely, gave him a couple of EDWARD B. GIBSON, EDITOR. fleeting I appearances of prosperity, when tHe months."Is considerable ; confidence gradually Your most obedient servant.

guineas, and ;recommended, him to Arnold, paper bubble isHoalingon the top of the swell.I! there a Quartermaster of the army who revives, the banks iocrc ie; trade ROBERT

who 5jrj anxious-) / procure American re. Saturday- October 94, 1840. And is it different here with us of the U 01. would undertake to "provision"! 800 mounted 'becomes more lively ; and former Bunker Hill BUTLa'

+ cruits. Ho enlisted in Arnold's 1 legiun, and the events occur in the same order before ; Hlaruoa or
furnish
FOR [PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES ted States Our is far worse I men so s scattered--! and transportation a Wla PaJ.
system
had daily opportunities of fltching the gene paper hundred and as longas rival banks arc permitted to Mr.
.Jf unless 1 feast from'one to two understood
BUREN. Webtr
VAN drew
r ral. 4covere his: to MARTIN than that of Great Britain.-- In most of their and make i rip A.
lie +tht! ft that custom .... thousand'.dollars 1 was placed at his disposal J, : enjoy their present immunities, to Declaration and, in

1 return loins e'ery.n bt *bouf "."' o-'ebck- : Communities learn little by the experienceof I banking institutions, and in aI'those)' of Scotland and th'at in good moneyT I pape'r money, there will be a perpetual! vicis.siludVof along; with Consideringcarry h,W

a und to< 'walfc t iuh* ,* garden before te nag. the shareholders' liaftletb) the whole I The Treasurer' of the' Territory-e' Had"no i change in nearly the following order: us a rlect -|

r This hour} MM fixed upon n dw pteriod when others, and it is late before they rightly I amount of their property for the !HaBilities of concern with the money so borrowed. It I caution, confidence, liveliness, overtrading known plticl pnclpl rightly

l C.ia.npe was to sai"a hiral; understand the lesson taught by their own. i sudden cessation, I stand it. t.an
the bank. This naturally tends to' check \vas placed'nt laic ilia!Psal'of the Quarter great apparent prosperity, 'owara th

2 lie wroje to Major Deer fixing Ala third It takes them a long time to be induced to use speculation, but still expansions and the dolt Muster General, who made his purchases,i I paralysis, distrust, panic, bankruptcies." Declaration, we find the fonowi: -o *

day lifter for a party of drngoo.is to meet him exertions'to themselves of the social abstracts for And we
and
proper and1 whose vouchers every I I of the earnestly
r revulsion take place, and spread ruin Gen. Harrison and the Battle y iarolte
sequent .
ut Hoboken, where he (roped to place Arnold under which Executive I all and
'. and political ills they arc cant! are regularly deposited in the ] Tharae good men true patriots throo )

in their hang's, F very thing was prepared oppressed and such is1 the force of habit and around them. Offic6 at Tallahassee. I I of Col. BurIER : Union, foregoing all cowkferttiooYorand t
; We letter
t and his associates for the With the of before publish, today, a
by Cbampe arrest I experience England us
;
borrowed with the distinction
e custom in man, that he is induced to1 lolefate i I "The whole amount I I I forgetting a of State
Ohio sundry
of correcting
Todd ,
t but second Mr.
this doomed fad.E to
was to :
attempt from 1793 this confirmed
to lime, by our own, exception of about 83000, was thus e pend. : lion, to rally once morels our
On the day preceding the fixed for the the most oppressive> ills us things of course* I misstatements made Gen. Harrison and his fat
night by
t : 'e'the people of the United States are |I and this was withdrawn from the Life and 75, against the ci.ramoo oppr
t execution of the plot, Arnold had removed that cannot be remedied without producingstill rush'T the friendsin relation to the battle of the Thames. and unite of_alt
to withlus
# J ing on in the same mad career of 'I rust Bank, where i it was deposited, by count i
his quarters: to another part of the city, to *u- greater evils. I received of the Constitution its rr$
i bubbles which the Executive, because information was Col. Butler was acting adjutant army glorou to i
perin tend the embarkation of troops, and they The people may feel that t there I 'is wrong for per and the, monied by cunning specula. by him, that the Bank would probably fail. at the time, and the statement he makes is so it practical administration, and nterp/i" tioo'
,
American was all placed on board of capitalist may annually
legion the .I.
the disbursements
somewhere but not rightly understanding "Of this sum $2000 was applied to be' diffi. premacy.
j and'diatinct that thefe'dan
no
of the And thus it cheat their fellow citizens of millions ,
transport ships. hap. through 1 plai
poe Master's a' In such
i. cause, or comprehending a remedy for it, of the Quarter Depart. a cause,
that J.John Chanjpe, instead of having sully in the real position of Gen. prncple are ererv
pened : the of law and the evasion of ascertaining
opcratfoii by 'I and the vouchers regularly filed; thealance thing individuals
they are disposed to be submissive and acqui ment, nothing. we
of ; Arnold to the Amen. 'et cannot
fbe glory delivering Harrison tile He was
law b of the whole, 81000, was placed in during engagement. forget that we have ,
Those who Ibo evil, have worthy *,
was safety; deposited on board one of escent. prosper by capable
pans I The people do this with all the raetsstu.. the hinds of Joseph McCants, Esq., Secretary never within reach orthc'enemy's shot. The candidates for the offices from which
r'
wt
and de
t f the transport ships, and carried to Virginia.Thus such strong inducements to hoodwink hooe
1 of the Territory, for similar purposes, and battle was over and gained before to remove the incumbents."
ended the second of General that tells I l ing them in the face. The idea of having tt victory present
attempt ceive the people, experience us that
jl? 1 his receipt to that effect is in this city. he the of action.The Here is flummery which
scene
.tit; ; Washington to sate the unfortunate Andre. any one time a plenty of money, is like the came upon we
;
succeeded and
the olilressors hate generally/ from the Tallahassee au D
"The article
f. 'i The proceeding of the Court of Inquirywere I I i bait to the hungry wolf ho ravenously I seizes emanating situation held by Col. Butler at the have front Mr. Webster, he could
; eXtecte
i
the\ have become the victims of the Jew. Star, to which we have alluded, that
\ many says
It? laid before a board of officers, by Sir ; it, and to his destruction. 3fanyThinthat k time gave him the best possible opportunity have wen helped-. U
gorges 'oro Reid is 8U6-TREASURER Prn eten
t r A glance at the history of the world shows, -\Jov.: a WALKING ; te
and of three
Clinton
Henry a deputation ': is raised for of being informed on the subject ; and his thing f" and yet
onmojney
Prosperity necessarily that "the th
consequent was expressly
w
II Wash that this' has been ihe In Europe during money c
appointed to wait on General! / coat: uPI t
persons what the and complaints character precludes all doubt as to the truth lay aside all considerations of
or wbjit purports to be money, or paying off troops, great party, and
,nglon, and renew the effects to iaye ihe life the Feudal times, the nobles, in conjunction
\ i 1 for There are! made that they have not been able to get of any statement he may make on his own elect General Harrison, who make
pi( Ai.dre. The negotiation was conducted with the Priests, persuaded or forced the passes money, being plenty. are I t Mr,

y r by General Robertson for the British,. and by people to believe that all power ought to be j, also many: who know that evil will result fromit t their. u\\'e.allswcr-pay? personal knowledge. Webster Secretary" and of State. "Pr

General Greene for the Americans but Itt i in OCT. 20th 1840. are every thing ; yet the Rifcu
1 ; ; but yet rely on their own ingenuity TALLAHASSEE, ,
lodged in their Inrnds. Between these classesa "Firtl-The law autlwr'wed the to of the South is called
t is produced no change in the opinion and determination '' from when the crash money To Col. C. S. of Cincinnati, O. man upon t job Wj(
r ; of General Washio Eton. league was formed for a lime for mutual I 'creeping danger comes. be raiSed to feed the troops, and not to paythem. SIR1 Tod from a visit to West carry out the pi incipl of Mr. Webjfcr'i

"i I When the sentence of death was comimini- !, defence and support. The people lo escapethe (Thinking that they have more ingenuity than t Tennessee, and have been handed a copy of Ultra : Southern AntT.

"" sated to Major Andre, he ma lifested no snr.prise I tyranny of a thousand masters, gave them i! their fellow citizens, they are willing to. lake "Second-The term of Territorial service your letter of the 17th of August last. (The riffle is called upon to join Gen. Ha

+\ the burden, in the hope of placing it on the of the companies not having expired when and Mr. Clay, and Mr. Webster,
t ; 1 been up enclosed restore
!' or concern having evidently pre.His 1: .,seves| up to one, and acknowledged; him king,, original and paper, containing a
;' for the result desire I 'shoulders of some others, when it begins lo they were mustered into the U. S. service,, Johnson which the Protective System. Principles are
Q\ pared only seem lord and master. Still the oppression Jdtcdl speech of Col. R. M. to you. every -
1" .cd to be that he might die the death of a soWierand ,'I j oppress. Each hope lo manage so as to re- their pay had not become due, nor had they refer, were forwarded, and not received before thing ;j" and yet the Southern slaveholder
't. ,If t i although much mitigated. ever demanded ii."TltirdThey. i U called to the Northern
join
not to be hanged us n felon.. This i wish 1 treat from the storm when it begins to lour. I left, and have not yet returned.) I : upon Abolition
i The merchant nobles of Venice, Genoa L, would have refused ihe is t and elect ihe candidate whose
\ nomination
was repented in a most impressive? letter to : have waited a short time since my arrival, in
But in this
$ end Florence, by means of their wealth, put I contest, .f the speculator and money borrowed, had it been offered to them, they have procured an efficient
General Washington, but it could not be.r I hopes to see them I gave you an answer. a means to
t i' \ The rules of grim visaged war pointed out I j chased the services of the idle loafing desperadoes .l!;social gambler escapes, the hurt her fills opon because a large portion of the men employed 1 You have entered into particulars on the i carry out their objects : the of a

}+. :t the gibhetaiid the gentle and pathetic appeals ;;i of their own country, and where they, j jlhc honest, unsuspecting laboring portion o fare Georgians, to whom Union Bank bills are ject of the Battle of the Thames, with sub National Bank is called upon oppnet t these

I i.4') could the community, which has hand and takes worth but 50 cents on the dollar in Florida, rear who are in favor of one and to
't:. I 4 .of mercy. i neither t change. "..'.the", ".mode n., ,- | were not sufficient to put down the spirit 01) : .- no part in the thai' i is at its oontnincri in sketches, and fri.da Democracy are upon
hud playing cane
-! lough. The time for execution \van lived for ( liberty, they recourse to the bands olj game ..1'"oorl/l-1 ne troops are now mustered into picpctltrtl by you leI
:t e : / cost. It sees little or nothing of it, until i iI it t W. Drake, of Gen. Harrison ; and refer to join the worshippers of the Bank Paper Money
the second of : foreign mercenaries sell their servijces
October to
ready the U. S.
at t twelve o'clock. j service,and will be paid in good I'I I Power, and establish its rule
.. ISvca with a !step of the grave, the clrgunt to the highest b er.Vith their assistance I is felt in the interruption of business, the moneyfor their previous time, agreeable to the statements at the same time made by O'Fal- people. over th
!
I .accomplishments this interesting man can they coerced into submission (hose who stagnation of trade, destruction of credit, understanding upon which they were enrolledfor As lon,I Chambers have nol and yourself on the and subject. I I Principles are thing ;" "and what,

.:t Iribured: to throw a light veil over the brief 'fu. could not LQ persuaded or bribed. the scarcity of money, the want of demand foriabor this arrangement the Executive is entitled I Ted state. I Iu we should like to evr, are the principles of
ments letter
tuna, and enabled! him to Leave sketch which and will receive their thanks. predicate my answer on your '
a the dimii. (o,
i ished of and the laid down in this
: at this They flattered the vanity of the people by price production, copy, of which is before me ; and quote 'I Whigs declaration!
day iuterest. In Reid
the Gov. from
possesses great "Fifth-- only carne one
the rapid increase of fraud and We find none. There is not even a
r. claiming: to be but dishonesty. therefrom tbe pretence
J "Trumbull : a republic- they were re following :
; Gallery. at Yale College is a town in Florida to another-from Tallahasseeto
.L ;:. pen und ink drawing, taken: by !him on the publics of nobles, inert bants, and large land Go,'. Reid and the Public Monies St. Augustine, his usual place of residencehis "The General's position was at the right I! to lay whom down the any, except have k b to turn out

,t' .c marl+ing of his execution.: It is his own proprietors, with the people their blavcs. The We publish from the St. Augustine Herald HOME. There nre more volunteer "of the front of James Johnson's battalion, thoe people placed m power,
and themselves in office. And the Declaration .
.:':: l .likeness, sealed at a table in his guard.room, people, duped, cheated or coerced by sups a contradiction of some insinuations in the t troops in East Florida (than in Middle: Florida, "and.gave the order to charge in person ; I put virtually excludes all ti
"p
;, '; apd was presented to Mr. Tomlinson, officer nor physical force, hugged their chains, and Star relative to Gov. !Reid and certain moneysof und could the Governor have brought away ended and afterwards there as soon as th contest was i being attached to the because it l. .
left the omit- party
the
of the guar4. went to near (
L V*. in the of the Territorial Government. We had 850,000 of good money, "in his breeches aside all "considers.
t gloried name a republic. nol t "ted upon persons to lay
The fatal day at length arrived. Andre pocket," il would doubtless have been i copy), where you accompanied him, f)
"
U}: *! partook of his breakfast, which had been sent I... England, after the reformation, knowledge deemed the insinuation in the Star worthy ofa -but Union bank bills-bah gratifying and superintended the operations there,tru"ail lions party, and join Messrs. \ebe

i :kV:tl. every day during his confinement from Wash became more diffused-the priest notice or a contradiction. It carried on the "These statements are not made to defend the close of the action. At this point, a Harrison, Clay & Co., iu the race :fe oJ

t' ;jngton's own table ; and after having shaved hood lost somewhat of its powp.rreligionbegan face: of it a full conviction that while the insinuatinn I the Executive, but to give information abroad, part of Trotter's brigade, and perhaps some [fice.
Before
i.: t and dressed, he placed his hat on the table; to operate aa a check on oppression was made the writer, the editor of!, where an atrocious calumny may be repub- "of Sumerall's, brought up by Gov. Shelby, they aside ventured all considerations to call upon of th people "

....; .it: and said cheerfully to the officer of the guard, religious freedom reared its head as an the star, did not himself believe what he lishcd ; for there is not one person in Florid.i "took part in the action ; and Gen. Har and lo &for lay did it pr
oppo principles occur
rt,
that he was ready at The ; nson, at its close, was in advance of the go t
moment.
.rt.h any con. Went of political oppression-the nobles became wrote. No one who read Ihe Star, could do friend or foe, who believes that Gov. Reid f who made the Bunker Hill Declaration, that
jcourse of people was immense. "point where Col. Johnson fell.
.4 he Nearly all more under the regulation of law--alld otherwise than draw such a conclusion. I1 : hall or would misapply one cent of public The the first thing to b dones to define what
r. ,:; general and field officers, except I Washingiou : money.'tj above statement, in every particular,
.r lad his staff' were present. Major the people, as a mass, began to feel that they was an exhibition of pure malignity, and uc I "The foregoing !statements be relied save the participation in the action of some 1 were the principles the ppleer caD
I may 1 Had
.n :"JJV Andre walked: from, the stone house, where he had rights which ought to be respected, and expected to produce any other effect than to '' on. We have them from a person who has of the men under Go/ Shelby, I am bound, upon to support Could !what no

E t 1 +Jidd bee.., co.ifncd. between t interests the Hank as a soldier and a gentleman, to dissent from principles 1 they not agree 0
two subaltern of. which ought to be attended to. satisfy party of the perfect devotion '1'passed the summer w i'h the camps of Middle ; 7 Or afraid to let them

I aI ) ricers,arm und arm. Until his near aoproach The people tling restless u.der their bur. of the Star to its \'iews.Ve must do the '' Florida, and is personally acquainted with almost and I most earnestly hope that General Har they be known were ? were ihey
"I' to the gallows, hu had beUeved rison has never given his sanction thereto, for
that
R' 'l lf'l his tee dens, the nobles had to unite with the :Mercantile [ bank party the justice to declare that we do every officer, and who was, an an ;inti- The friend of Free Trade is upon
I
quest to be hot would have been and 1 the reasons :-In the 1st place, I cane
granted, mate fnend of Col. Collins Master following
Qu.trtcr
believe there ; i unite with the advocate of
( the dreadful Money Power, and hence, we have not was a single individual of ihe the General Col. to Proteti"eS'"stcm.
disappointment as Adj. (
caused present
a General and Col. of .a
tnomen-r : Bailey, cognizant the 's .
For what t To establish the Pro-
.M
i nary shudder.. lie stepped into the waggon the English Funded Debt ; their (lovrrnrrenl'Bank party that believed a syllable of what the Star, purchases made and expended. Gaines, the Adjutant General, having ben 7V. _
moneys .
System nor
1 ..:) ;.. beneath the gallows, and took from his pock ; and some G or 700 Joint Stock Banking insinuated or said on the subject I'I 1.1 doU D.irolt; ) :* _no mjr duly iu nJIJI "ivp to f. its establishment.L!t oe ar
.1, ..t ct two while handkerchiefs : with ore his Companies. This enables them to secure "The Infamy of WLiggery and Bank rxpan; ions. the army of Gen. Harrison on that occasion, guess To prevent
}
:I,. .t arms were loosely inidhod, and with lire other, :to the United Money Power of the Kingdom Harrisoiiism. J The Dublin University Magiziue; gives a I under his especial orders, given me in pre. We The are not told.

;. :! ai'u-r rfn the absolute control of
e Legislation. I called to unite with the friends of
: ..i!! t.istvus, with perfect composure. He then' Harrison Petticoat in Florida, have charged and contractions of the currency, stand the different positions of the troops, as upon a
ti England has given (the system. a fair trial)- second in command. When I Bank. We are not told,but are left to guests
; the
Executive from
y'ipptd the noose over his head, und adjusted with "Swartwouting" under a system of Banks of Issue organizedaa bin 2dly.

': 3''. : ;j h.j deck, without any ns ista lice. Col. and it has failed again and again. Although Tallahassee with !850,000. The man that they now arc. It -iys: : reported the !troops formed for action agreeably its whether establishment.it is to establish t Bank or prevent

{ ,' 4, Sc.mnnel now iut )tine I him that he had an their system is more prudent, and a safer one penned the article, the man that set the types, The effects of rival banks of is the to his orders, he was on the extreme The
ue on State i is calfed.
.' ,:vtrf'i opportunity) io speak, if he desired iu lie than ours, yet it has been productive of even every man that reads the article, and everyman situation of trade be thus briefly desert. right, near the river, and he then directed me with the Ultra Rights Republican
may Federal
;,.: raided the bandage from his evs, and said:- evils than its that repeats it. KNOWS it lo be an INFAMOUS .I bed When trade io sound th charge, which I did, and reitera- Consolidatiouiststocarry
< more opponents expected. :- M: prosperous, and pricesare t out and M What
"i I prey you to bear me witness thai I mcti LIE ; but as the article i intended d 1 led it \ the columns of James Johnson support prnciple.

t t.1. my .late like a brave man.'' In another in- In 1793! there were in England 350 coun., fur electioneering; purposes, we meet it with lion good, ihe currency will bear sums: uddi- recoiled at the fire of the front rank of the principles 1Ve are .ark ; and
banks hundred und lo it, without its being th -reby depreciated. why are we left in the dark 1 Simply to ca-
try one fifty suspended British
+ slant, his spirit has passed to the God who ; the truth. Each bank will strive that tins addition regulars. 3dly. Gen. Harrison was table i ion

., gave it.Such. i payments ; most of them were entirely destroyed. "Au act insisted on by Guv. Call for raising: shall the right and rear of Lt. Col. James John. i! the Southern Whi to deceive hi bret
proceed from its i issues id foul '
over ,
'tt: was the melancholy (fate of a man, At that time the banks issued no a militia force, was passed: on the 4lli this will discount a r son's battalion, and with the front line of infantry j ren of the South. it is thus a a
liberal I
...:.. whose March 1839, the 8th section of purpose upon more when the sounded and principles which have divided the people,
i rare accomplishments!: had procurred notes under 24 dollars(" 5,) which pro- terms than before. From the conduct of the charge was ;' from

:. ..t for him the friendship and confidence: of all I In 1797 the Bank of England suspended.One ewes that $100,000 shall be raised by the banks, trade will receive an additional, could not have been within gunshot of the en \ the establishment of the GovernmentThe
an r
"' to whom he wascIlOWU.. In. ten short days \ Executive to be expended in "PROVISION. unnatural cmy when they threw down their arms, and people are called upon to lay downfall
e his fairest had and two pound notes were then issued' the but the law authority but a temporary impetus Manufacturers surrendered. 4thl General Harrison : those principles and take up the one of turning
J1NG
t i hopes been blighted, and his I troops; gives no and or.
and to such an extent, that the of the merchants will make and import } out those in office and in others, who
notes
brightest visions dispersed. Uut it was his to raise one cent for the payment of the dered me, when charge was sounded, to i putting
'fr, t\\ singular fortune to die not more beloved by bank depreciated in 1815 to 10 per cent At \troops. a larger quantity of goods, for which proceed to the extreme left with an order fore have no principles, or are fearful of avowing
they anticipate' n sale credit th
4 +' his friends than lamented that time there DUO banks "Under this law Gov. Call in upon ; at Gen. Desha. At this them.
t ..: by his cueniiewhose s, were some in ope- I 1839 borrowed same time moment the British >!
'" ',, cause: he had bought to ruin, and byuhos ration.. Another revulsion look place, which $50,000 from the Union Bank, of bills, purchasers are more ready to give regulars surrendered. I proceeded thence, 1 f Although no principles are distinctly laid
I as they are confident that when the bills l ,
,.J h, hands were justly taken. There arc. closed.l the doors of 240 banks. which he expended about $44,000. We will to and delivered the order ; and I did not again; down, there are a few words in the extract
come
maturity,
4 "frt but few Americans who uncharitable they can easily procure Gen. Harrison (I above which lets a little light into the darkness
t .t, can look back not be so as to suppose that he see until the the ac- .
4 0 up. So convinced the to them from the coof j
were statesmen mid money banks. While I'
: ,01tue fate of Andre without I deep regret.: political I curried this sum in his breeches pockets at the this of pay tionwilh the Indians. l to the f fr with which they have surounde theffl-
His n economics of England, that this disorder state things continues, all is prosper r :selves. "The constitution ,
name is embalmed in every generous north to
heart; and while wo condemn his great error, in their currency WlUi produced by the issuing I T furnish I lard.Cider, to the Ilarrisonites; but OUB profits, and from the banks the in particular, make large 'frnt, had been broken by a large :to b restored to its true interpretation, W
of bills
and IdS judgvs j of the and that will admit that it quantity they dis when r ,practical administration, and its just
approve we can tmlv grip one two pound notes, 'I} we was expended in "provitjsioningthe count. The circulation is full to overflow. pond, the Governor, with Commo I 1

that a hfe of so much promise was destined t lo measures were taken to confine the issues to, I troops," though his accounts ha'elue'er but the extreme I cy-

such an igiiomicoiis' domiv.'J notes of five pound ((24 dollars) and upwards. I been; adjusted, and these troops remain ing become; adverse-the exchanges stock gradually of turn in, an right, we Generals Har. Its restoration to its true inlerps'tlaiimr'IFthe

he remains of Major Andre, which had I Such is the tendency of the 10 I to this day unpaid. hands dimill ,..he gold. thbankers' e rison and Cass near the field artillery of the I may all know, is that interpretation which

.L q been i.ik-rred within a few feet of the place I paper system I "When Gov. Reid assumed his executive rapidly Every enemy, at a large fire, with the British offi. Mr. Webster gave it in his defence and a.
,(11+i ? of execution, were removed over issue, that in England, with a system I duties the small balance bank is obliged to contract its discounts, often I 'vocacy of the is the
in 1921, under standing at the Barrio k cers. 5thly. Because it would the height Procamtion. To i
n the direction of Mr. Buchanan consul at New- superior to curs, there "has been from 1809 to I favor of the former Executive was transferred very abruptly it and is happy if, by such a of injustice, and in every respect b unmilitary, I! j ereil W *

1, York, and sent to England. They were deposited 1835, no less than 305 commissions of bank to him. this course conduct, can avert the impending ruin. But for a general officer to assume to himself the !ster j to b rute. And its "just sspr>.

in Westminster Abbey, where a ttion-, i ruptcy issued' against Bankers and Joint Stock "The exposed situation of the frontier requiring is although followed it may save the banks, performance of staff duties, when he had staff,I :mac" Thi a i t be restored. Un.

ument erected by order of The king, mlrks.tbe Bank Companies. This docs not include a militia foroe in the field, nine companies and necessarily general public distress.by a paralysis Those of trade, officers to perform them, (and, if not, it would ; Rights principles now avowed,

t hut resting place of Major John Andre. nose* who failed, (suspended payment,) and under Col. Bailey, amounting in all to with confidence to fulfil their who expected be his duty to appoint then temporarily for by the Democratic party, the "just supremacy" The

!'I' hu cold in duo grave I.C tb" :rjtltd tJI'OU hnl made composition with their bill holders and. 600 men, were stationed at various posts,from ments by getting their bill discounted engage that purpose) ; and Gen. Harrison I mistake 1 of the constitution is destroyed .

i 1 I.'ud. .1 J j Ochecsee on the Apalachicola, to San Pedro are not, in his report to tho Secretary of I powers of the General Government a unconstitutionally
B. his other! creditors. disappointed, and are either reduced to insolvency and
f f.\ull. and hn f :lien forget ly' ihec then; near the Suwannee, by whose activity t the War, stated the absence of Pol. Gaines, and I destroyed or dQibe
+ Or if/roin limit n1uutb.;r lh .it) or obliged, at great loss, to forcean Mr.
t its
vet te removed, In Ireland in 1804, fifty new banks were settlements have been better protected than that Capt. Bulhr performed Au duties his "just supremacy accoring
\ to ,
Wre-' o're bnhiu eilercc, and close immediate sale of their in
dull
Arnold received it if' established. Some of them failed from time for any other period during the war. and overstocked market. The goods a I (Gen. 1.'s) satisfaction. I was then a Major Webster's views of it, to b i by

I coleus io the British commission army, and as continu.lhutenant to time, until in 1827 all failed but 8. "For provisioning these troops (there being': ly able to fulfil their existing public engagements, scarce, i in the Infantry, and not a Captain, uI I Gen. Harrison and himself cdj.
no law authorising be t the I Register" of that
to raised
for
; The extent of bankruptcy the tradeing any money year plainly shews. tors.This
are unwilling to
sad 8ctWcly eiaged: during the war againsthis among them, the Governor in enter upon new ones. Most l I of course, charm the Nortbera.
paying ) the 6thly. was at least 75 in
emergency, yards advance of wi
clashes and the and people then discover that
Afler its misery the ,
coon'r,) lennin.itio.i, heVn rum among during exciter Abolitionist the the
i. borrowed from the Life and Trust bank $ Gen. Harrison when I sounded the ,
t busily employed in commercial pursuits in the mass of the people, is represented to have, I 000 to be received in Union bank bills. menl, they purchased a greater quantity of and no leaves or twigs were cut down charge, National Bank man, and Conlt ado orl-

t the West; Indies/ad: at lust removed to never been goods than they can either dispose of or afford t: nearme Tariff .
equalled, except by the breakingup t+ "Col. Collins, Quarter Master General, a until I went to the where the Indian and Mr. Clay's American System;

# E'igi\ nd. But there as here, he was shun. of tbeM&sissipi/ bubble in the reign of Anne. shrewd, active and excellent' officer, represented to keep on hand. Money becomes every rifles cut them down lef some time. 7thly. duped, dceife.deluded,, and AI.e I
ned ad day more scarce, and fall in '
despifvd by ail honorable and goods value deed ,
men ,
; The statesmen of Great Britain and her that corn which was selling at St.t with still Because Gen. Harrison, in giving his sane. .

} lifter eaduring the pangs of. guilty heart, the political economists see and feel st sensibly Marks, at 81,50 per bushel, could be procured of trade makes greater that rapidity. The depression 1 lion to a statement that he had performed the himself to be thus e He is even ksrcusabJe .

1 I snots oftiCorn, even in tltevery land to wh'hilT rch in New Orleans at 50 and amount of currency re duties which I his than be w tpp the donunjon
cents, provisions in officer 0
the evils of this appropriate
of dundant which ,
le had tied, the poi r mu'eras o outcast sunk system a perpetually flu c- in ordinary times, would not had staf iis thirst, suffers himself to the
the He therefore
same proportion. would i
>to the jwe doting a lifo of guilt and shame tuating circulating medium, that they would a portion of tho loan should be requestedthat paid in be more than sufficient to conduct the exchange world perform unju.ty and unmilitarily b approprialing by the. British Trap, the Cabin b caug a*

Mnvtg4, ibouoredandu&sing,' having' socu.r gladly get nd of ihe system altogether (t in' northern funds. of the community. The demand for 1 hunelf acts of his far Cider. L
t
*.$as U(%Ja' of fame, which time can nev. however, so fixed on them that gold, therefore, continues for exportation : and which brmat
they cannot "The only northern funds which the Life of the i no officer of merit permit to The of July 29tb,
some worst conducted Mn
W banks
cre&ca. eo a'I I things else hall be Co r. well do it. They see the superiority of the and Trust Bank could furnish, was a draft on to withstand the are unable I pass uncontradicted. On the morning of the lays.:- C01i of.Jel'eiHssbito
pse a,Ibea, ,*n Arnold and pay I 6th of October
Let Clark in New York 1813,1 lament aad
Preach system with a metallic currency and at 0 months from raent-then a public panic arises, and is muster on the bat. properly over the miseries cs/t
ITMSOO k Ue gold
>
poaae regarded a* synonymous tie I the
for ground, by Harrison amities of the the mid
date 910,000.
which
once
ftepae Bank notes of a large denomination. The demanded for hoarding as well as for orer city was :
Government Bank of had "This draft was remitted by Col. Collins to tation. To this latter demand there piper is I the British Core captured on the bah'; ad trees of the new world. Jn the mejancholr
-trn flu England no
Cf'V' daft.6. rar.s mrinr Qapiistlie / lately to New Orleans. His correspondent furnished limit. The demand for for ]rporte to the Department of War a list of lays which have just the eye eoukj
Taw bearteb" gold
is borrow specie from the Bank of France to the articles on the responsibility of Col. Col.1 the exportation 1 t names, rank, and corps, respectively. lot have been ,turned pU that, ,
ceases as soon as is a
B.T.T.. enable it to .",min iUelf. tins, but replied that the draft was of no value contracted for the currency sufficiently I.regret to be under the necessity pub.liahtng would not encounter lamentation.toqisolation.
i exchanges must then turn dth
R'f.lf. J..JMl", 1840. The British and could be ; I this letter in justification of d :'
political economists contend, not negotiated. but the demand for gold for my milita.ry The a perfect{

'I AiOt aRxa.-T1fe sng isa .de. that even the convertibility of the notes intospecie "This draft is not yet due. When due, Lot with augmented hoarding It like proceeds' I serviceshaving frequently stated these iddle.' The bulwark of the south ii destroyid. -

}. ,tpe+ed to Z never 4 Ii inc remedy for ,_and an absolute security of die amount Clark, by the admission of his own circular, demic. One matt rapidity.runs to'thet bank is for an gold epi.'i, J facts, (knowing. t b te,) since that The rtl which teds t io the direction C

'o6"7""elli +p f' toe 4 drachms has no means of paying it-and therefore the I period, although differing widely from ontevilla the' better .edifices
rR 1 i.Lifoton! 12 of-bilk issued, is not in their commercial l because he sees his neighbor do the aiima. and 1 t "I ;
jraliieeli>I-'r made
qC but itateraent by ho and ink
antimoDf loan amounts to 940,000, and that in de. you. centre
4 .., '1.:; t) bt! .ppli4.4 .with a lam&ael system,And in their social condition suffi.cient this demand may continue u long as a banknote Before I left for Florida I by. aelear. .'Le !
prectaled paper. ,_ _saw a .
remains in the hands
I t1.,. .det,3i rrlafinxtbl corn. Tke .uf / guarantee against improper ezptuutoM a. "This small sum then (in addition to what it of the public. It cafe signed .by two 'persons, 'cr i lur j ipoht bp&t'aie iifaAclruiapedtwbobadofltsod "
like the
'4 kcw:; ;';'..+.I j..a.::...:.. 10 kr.to hat three app!, ,The ruin that' it brings on the small traders the Quarter Master General has purchased l 'which plague, .or any? other i infectiousdisease 4 Ohio paper, certifvinj tat t&. m &us not iof. ,

lfj r Bttr .frnnrtlfT. ( KfaatDt I I* i as well u on"the largo ones, and this robbery. upon the Territorial credit, and his assurance' human,'power may can ceasepf trrtst_ its itwUiflthough progress.! ,JW In I i pubic .pb dl' 'h.fr b wertIpgedaototakt: -- tbd l' i .t f'. "
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.f ibc Vulva BaM. 1 what would they do and utter tVould they Wright prvaaedLrm so io the Senate ? Why *ccBecmi(n of Ole Jew L ; _J T _J1JL'-1. Lc : A _jt jut Jj-r rl ___

Lii&nioatock. t.,011,129, i iII not utter what these Senators have uttered, did he refute to say whether he was in favor Coprof a letter from ther Secretary of Stateto __ _--' -tl. '" -. -: "- _!Md.. '

to stockholders on other I word for word? would they not do all these of Aattmptioo, or against it ? Andwhjrojd :John _Glidden, Eq.., ,U. S.. Consul at I 00 000 Jr Yellow Fat 11m. .l"h.J ;li l&iO : :. -
.f rFfcwr.Wcalber .
wcuritrthui stock, 514,853 : Senators hare done, deed for deed Who he fly, with his associates when the vote was Alexandria.DIP'T.. 9 hr,coraiding BrtI .cfWinr ;1- 1J90''l'Ji.1. :,' "
else could they do ? about be ng boardmg."and friminj'; together with DiaMr. r
What or to ? .
doubts it 7 say given or STATS, Washington, > very other kind of L'"m.er? jit: received fromIValker'a 8u". &Q L .

jLooaot loaned to stockholders, *2,356,082c what other than these things would their in. Although- Mr. Webster professes now to 14th August, 1840. } mill'. and (or Sate fur Cash only, cither Breafd! ,, ',. ,.; o

oftbe Bank. from of terestjj require, or instict suggrst? Nothing, deenr it unconstitutional, vet past experience John Gliddon, Etq., U. S. Consul il St. Mark* or al Purl Lon on application to LudgLng, .'-'t"J __

$ Territorial bonds, 2,296,000 and if so-if these British bankers, thus shows the pliability of his conscience ; and I at Alexandria, Egypt : I ALEXANDER Board and Lodilftt .c.oIJpo- (.. .
PL Marks Oct M. 13 3l.T u'1 De Ii. TSO .
to control this Government for their ,he wm easily brought to do he did in the I Sir Iu
seeking as common with.civilized. nations, BOOK ANDESTABLISHMENT.$8TATIO.Y Berd without Ladgiag, '4500by : -
Difference, $60,082 own purposes alone-if they,under the same case of the Tariff denounce it as unconsti. the people of the United States hare learned Nw. It -- t.Jae er. 3S'. .

will thus be seen that the stockholders circumstanceswould pursue the'exact course tutkmal, and then become its warmest advo with horror the atrocious crimes imputed to HE ChHdren aod eoWed servants, fcsjf pries* whiter
It hal received a ye'.'. asauRTMasTofBoo3 r*
which American Senators are pursuing, is i.I i.I' i. I the Jews of Damascus and the cruelties of lo1cribr juU .er ram Is*full price.
cate. And ,
thus
it
also with '
had *
was
bank to StUbUU7,4C.ooaisting
$60,000 more than the I I respect Horse feedr each meal, f9 SO -
money time for these Senators to ? ,
get not pause i which! they have been the victims. The President C: of-
National .
I' la Bunk, the metallic and I I brthedsy,1l.t3perhi.
of the roer- ,
currency
for the
lend leaving vac
to i' BLANK BOOKS
capital fully participates in the It month.Camtifcoteajcrt .
GCII. Harrison again n National public feeling, y tko'mofith, 35 00-per
the of I
stockholders, use paper money by the Government, Medium, Drmi ai.d Cap,-Ledgers, Journal*,Day '
candle interest, the planters not Bank. and he cannot refrain from expressing equal 37 1-3.
look. I Invoice
$60,000 less ihnn I' and its connection with the Banks. On all surprise and pain that, in this advanced i Bokr Record, Receipt Book, Fire, single, 50 .
and the poor young men, "As to the bank, his unqualified declaration age Smk B.kl ,, Bill B.oke.-payable andeccirablo.Memorandum *, the 10 00 month.GcnllemcB. .

nothing, on which the bank was to operate .! that it was unconstitutional, is before you: and these subjects, involving constitutional princi. such unnatural practises should be ascribed r Boob.& ., &C i by will month be charged ia all case per by.the

their benefit. Query : lIow much does there rs no reason to believe, that.he'is in ,. pIes, the opinions he now holds are the re.1 to any portion of the religious world, and SCHOOL BOOKS : dayr unlese they stipulate for a longer period.:*"
lor I II tngell's) School Chasrics.erieeNu.. ) *
,
? favor of ft bank in any form, for he is assur. ,I verse of those he formerly held. Verily, he i such barbarous mensure be resorted to in Arithmetic and Grammr, teSSmitJ' Account are expected U be Milled at tbo end of
the men get I,' Wobridte'.Geogr.Ihy moolh.
poor young that a part of the loans edly' opposed to a Government Bank. As I will be a fit councillor ,for Gen. Harrison I! order to compel the confession of imputed and Alias, \ViIl rdTs Geography tlII, every 7.,11.NOTICE. -.

It may be said of the far as we know or believe, Gen. Harrison has guilt. The offence with which these unforI (3* ey's Goofljsp by and Alia, Walkr'. Dirtiomay ., '

made to the stockholders were nature but one opnikm about the bank, and that is Whig Opinions 6f Geu. Harrison in I tunate people are charged, resemble too much Pblfir'l EjrhdrD.iy's Alg-sbrar Valpy' Gcek D TIRING my absence from the Territory.Col.
David F. Wilson is
and that the bank jrainmar Glen Grammar,Jacob's Greek uiy aulhorised Attorney
bank loans, 1836. those which in less
times
of ordinary it and {eel) thin hazard enlightened were
I against ; we we nothingin deader. Adam' Latin in fact. JL. STEPHENS.. ,
! might therefore look to them as a resource to saying; that he would not consider any bank PORTRAIT OF GEN. HARRISON, '' made the pretexts of fanatical persecution or Book, Elementary Sp Gmnr.Nationa, Copy Spelling Books, Tallahassee Aag. 17. re0. 4 '

j meet any demands on them for specie. Let constitutional. which in his opinion woud: if Drawn in 1836, by the editor of the Whig mercenary extortion, to permit a doubt that ?Iate*, eilsrCrpherin
_
it looks that way : established be both inexpedient and perni. I Troy Mail. j they are equally unfounded. : liE Public
... how 1 are hereby cautioned from trading
see Butlers Ames' and Hubbard's best
11 on stock, 81, 41,129 ciou ."Address of the Virginia Whig Con. "The Harrisburg Convention have nomina. I The President has witnessed, with the !Writing HudJot' and Letter. 1'aprr ; Envelope.; Prawing i 'I fur three certain Promissory Note, dated
Loans mention. ted Gen. most lively satisfaction the efforts of several and payable follows, to wit:
I bends and mortgage, 200,000 Harrison as the Whig candidate for I ind Wrapping Taper; Folio Post, Cummercial,
"on the it : of the Christian governments of Europe, to Pot and (1'acket I'&n.t and other decri One Hole elated 11th No,. 1839, and payaU on
What ? our Southern Bank Whigs to Presideucy.Vp.re not a matter offactrwe Paper, every -
ay suppress or mitigate these horrors ; and he I II > |"tioM of Blank' ; Papt-r; Maynard Noyes'Vallden the 1st January 1841. with interest from Id1an.
$2,041,129 I should think it a mere BURLESQUE 6
Amount, this T Ate the 1840 amount $2,90& 00.
Virginia Whigs willully lyingto \ -
has learned, with no common gratification, Ker..e" & Kcnl'n IMtk Inks ;Steven's
of bonds 2.296,000 a CARICATURE, got for a LAUGH.We One Note dated lllh NOT. X839,and payable' on
sale i up
Ink iu
from
Capital), their fellow citizens or not ? Is the Gen 1 their partial success. He is moreover aux.I pinu and tyiaruValkd iir and
the 1842 with interest from to Jan.
i can hardly believe that men of intelli. Kent's Red Ink German Ink Sandboxes Janoary
; Copying
Difference 8254,871 era? opposed fo National Bank or not, or. gence and discrimination would act so pre 1 ious that the active sympathy and generous I II l Inkstand, Wafer cups Pounce and pounce; )34f1-alnount 1'l.9On 00.

does nobedkuoy, or is he in favor of it with posterously as ridiculously silly. GENERAL interposition of the Government of the U ni. I!l uJta. File Presses Black Sand Wafers of all colors One Note dated I lib Nor. 1879, anrfp.&ble en -
'ebankthen has $254,871 of capital on I arid the lt January. 1813 with intercut from 1st Jan.
,
ted States should be withheld from be. Wax
not so sizes Sealing ; Prince Albert Victoria
Bunk and it with anti- .
a man, opposed to an HARRISON, A MAN OF NO PARTICULAR 14 -amount2,909' 00. .
commence banking. They loan on nevolent an object and he has accordingly I and Common Meel Pen ; Letter Stamps,
to ;
which Bank man 1 RESPECTABILITY OF CHARAC. "e.1nivCl, Dear knive, Iiulti U.ubber&c, &.c.AI..o Which note arc signed by the Subscriber sad
this, S5H.953 to the stockholders, being I! TER, WHOLLY OBSCURE AS TO 1 drrected me to instruct you to employ, shouJdthe ) Dan'l. B id as security thereto and payable to
What a situation for a party to bo in In '! occasion arise all those office ami John G. Pellus bearer. the consideration (
260,000 more money than they have got. TALENTS, and decidedly INSIGNIFICANT good Blank Bill Piper Dills I Ladmjr, I jleof' l,.*idv Eaclianjre 1 or or
State his friends solemn Convention I I which the above noted were given having (failed I
with the stockholders.They one in far needed abilities' efforts which arc compatible with discretion j jI Draft, MUMC Paper, Ulultinjr! Paper Play .
concerned
as as are
This squares up prepare an Address, sustaining him on account and your official character, to the end that I ing Cards, 1 IWct.;e'* paltnt Curling P,es. with will not pay the same or any part thereof until
I
substituted for Daniel Webster with "THOS- .
law. SMITH.Monticello
have got more than all the money the I 'Uaot'UIl e .mpiolr. compelled by .
and in of his opposition to a National! Banks his gigantic powers of mind and exhaustless ]nstice and humanity may be extended- those I -.- I Jefferson Co, Sept. lth, 18401

bank borrowed on tire bonds, conjunction In other States, they sustain r him as the only i attainments and unimpeachable moral cha- I' persecuted people, whose cry of distress has!: The Book ITlnrdcryN 8 4t .__

with tome, to us unknown, persons,they means by which suclr an institution can be | racter, put down as an inferior to William reached our shores. j aH<'. conlinurd, whirr a'l'! kinds of wi.rf can be Till Ware nianafactor}.
over and above the capital of the I am, sir, your obedient ,eivnut, done a. f'II'eclalioll..ly| ns lu-n-toforr. Blank Work, I rw-liE Subscriber contInues to carry on the aboy.->
have got established And with these directly Henry Harrison, the Hero of Trppecanoe business in all its branches and ksepn conxtantly -
erf all
OppOSe I [Signed] JOHN } i: keriji.'n| iliad l'i onfcr! ,and ruled' t", any
t.nk the sum of 8260,000. ing declarations and principles, each section Why,what on insufferable insult to the Whigs! __ 911L I II p-itieru. tinWf fir B Sow for the mercantile interest, the plan. i what t a scandal and a disgrace to our ----- DIED ------ 'hauls and ollii-rs. I--cf. Kccnrd and Pocket I at eltotesae! or relaiL Iu sail parehasers :
I
of the stands for the truth! hon ,
stockholders' the mechanic, and the party sponsor | party Why, literally, we feel ashamed to I III Leon Bounty on the 19th ir.siant, of layer 15ooki, a id *li other B ink Bo-,k", can br nutainud WM.FRANCIS,

ten not hOEC fortunes to (be esty and patriotism of the other. And the I ririse our voice or hold up our heads to meet comphinl Mrs. MuJWoV Stewart County fla.. At : !hurl notiie, ruled; and bound in any style rfquitlf t i Sep 6 __ 9_ Manroc i etreeLStrayed

young men, are 68 I"art Mr. M. wan a wnnrwtn twneli ra ; and \varanu-.l crl"allo Northern or any : or Stolen
poor duped people hurry or in tire madness of temporary the merited taunts and ridicule of our oppo. agrd } [ I
made by a bank loan. What is to be done I teemed by th.se who were sr<;UDllltr,1 vutli }hrr, other rnanu'aciun.; Particular attention paid to 17' ROM the subscriber, en IheJOlh inat1tnt.a
7 They must all be provided for excitement, and never stop to examine nents. We are overwhelmed with shame, at and her death wilt not only l>c !Iniuenicd \"y lisi! rel.in lin them
with other and the bunk loans I I into the truth of the matter. such an exhibition of superlative WEAK. relatives, I lul by the vlioic remmunity in which phlclAJunc i i'',')ky, ,%-e., in plain or ornamental : hands high, branded-the tffl shoulder with the

( in some way or J I I NESS PUSILLANIMITY." .he .lifrd. She d'ed while-paying tie lai-t visit to binding or tn .,'atc, p..ttcrn*. tenet O. Mack maw ami tart. The said nor. formerly .
them $702,784. This added to the sum of Our own opinion on this matter is, tha Ixr non, Thomas Johns,K.q.of tIlls County. The mUscnber, ttiankrut for lie pntrona ht belonged" to Mr. W. Taylor. A liberal reward -

, $260,000, which he stockholders had over i Gen. Harrison has no fixed principle or jmr. ,. How is this IA remarkable fact in In ibis Jouiily.on' Friday, the I6lh innt. of C'll). has heretofore received, hope, by a "tn-l attention ; will be given for the- delivery of tbs said_

aDd above the bank capital, amounts to $962,. pose in relation to it.Vhen a National Bank the Life of the Hero of Tlpp canoe. pest ive fever, Juneph era.lld. ton of Rtv Mile lo his buiiae.stu. inert a continuance P. A. HAY of WARD.Talla the name.. 'hor-eto: W. & B. KIJfDON,
Jefferson .
I "..t 26 9 street Tallaha"&ee.I
784, which the bank loaned out over and above t man gets hold of him, and gi"cshim a talk on The Bay State Democrat says : Nash aged 5 3 rare. liaa-ecct 3i 140Medicine 10 I "
.
t what the bank had to loim. I II the subject, he is for a Bank. When a Vir.I '.()ur attention has lately been called to a l'fIechH Society. --- and eiititrjr I up and-.NOTICE.I lolled before W. C. Campbell, ,
this loan is 878,000 TAKEN
I The interest on al title ed l the Mechanics' A IOPER: DAYTON tender hi* of Ihe: Peace .,
Anti.Bank his work, bearing the following :- An adj urr meeting DR. ser (or the County of >
year, a sum presented annually by the Legis. : ginia Whig pours argument I "Tlw} Biography of principal American JJencTolen* Society, will be held at the Court Home to the citizen Tallsliacfre a-4 PIlV- | Leon on lie 21st day of August 184'' by Hester

lative Council to the stockholders of thc'I iito the General's listening car, he sees thingsin : Heroes on Saturday (this)evening, at 7 o'clock. An eleetierr SICIAN SURGEON HId SURGEON DEJ\'I JST. Karefuot roiding iu the second or Tallahassee
and Naval compnshending
to them at the risk of the I' different and a National : Military of officers will lake pl.toe. All Mechanics Office in Co:. Wystt's Bikk BaildiR np rtaifs. | Dibtricl: of said County a small chestnut Sorrel
and a
presented quite aspect I
bank, I II details of heir achievements during the revo. wiflhingr to ji" the Society; are mjuenled to be Dr. D. will he happy to atlf:11c1lo c ills in any t Horse, aged about nine years, with email saddle
people of Florida. Bank is an unconstitutional monster! It is lutionary and late war, &c. ; by Thomas present, and sign the Constitution. branch .f his profession. He lux dev.oled much t mark: and a small blaze in his face,valued at fifty '

Thus the Legislative Council, not contented i all hid in the misty womb of time, who it isI I, Wilson, of Philadelphia ; in 2 \-olumlils. 3d H. II. BERRY, I attention to dn>m es of the Teeth ami Nervous dollar: by E. I. G. Tillingha, S. N. Daniel I.nd

with making "donation for some 25 or I I; that is to have tho pulling of the wires, by I Ii I edition, pubfcdert ki New Y ok by John Law, Orl 2-flh--, 1840._Secretary la t meeting.Notice I perform Affections ali of ihe the head *>t4 face a ltd is prepared to I' Jas. Barry, sworn appraiser*.-wiiicbsaid Horse if
ordinary or extraordinary claimed the
u'nhiu time
nol
of dollars opera. I3'N.
30 of three mill.ons to cer- I i from the -Tallahassee Ice Company.' prescribed by
years 182.1 work takes his
which the. puppet is to be moved.A This range lions of Dentistry in a neat and sutwtan ial mannir. will be advertised sold agreeably to the acts ar
who fortunate MINTING of tl.e Stockholders oitlu Talla-
favored individuals are so I i A f
Lain Generals in the [including Jack. lie hu a SPLENDID COLLECTION oflht but .
Major army the Legislative! Council in such case made and ore -
Ice will be held the
be nlrcadj rich, but it also gives them an ; Constitutional Scruples d ->lee Company at store ARTIFICIAL TEETH. "
AVuig's
to the Lieutenantsin Yid d.
as son, with a portrait,] to even on Saturday; the 31ft October. An t D.McRALNY.Caetk,
annual income of $78,000, and as much j I Mr. Webster contends that Congress can. the navy but Harrison& fwids no place in bufiuevs Dul importance t the Stockholders will be the Th same to which was awarded the premium al 1 Sep 3,1SJO. 2ui C ByW.C.Cisrnu.D.C.Reckwith's .
laut Fair of the American Institute, and which
more as they can manage to man UHe out'of I not take the people's' money and pay the debts the brilliant galaxy. Will some of our Federal tiansacted, a general and pvuetaal attendance is he will insert in such a way that they wiH be mlura't Pill
the people ; and all this at the risk of the unaccountable omission reqe'ite. 1 I3 It THE SUPPLY of this eelebralcd! lemedy fur Dyspepsia -
of the States with it. Oh no That wouldbj friends explain this -.- DIRECTOr : in appeai and Dseful for all the B>.rpo ca A
warranted fresh
and
people of the Territory, for if these loans : ?1"The For Boston. of maatitalion. If they do nol give perfect satisfaction genuine. Just
should be unconstitution But Congress can take received and for sale! by
and there
made, nothing will be charred for the operation.
are improuJeiitly for The barque EXPRESS, H.IIet mat .
accountable 6th 1840
above be only by nuly RANDOLPH& LEWIS.
the of the people is I the people's money, and give it to the States can class anA the TEETH PLUGGED, CLEANED.&c. &c.
deficiency, property | ter. lo
any the Is all 1 with A Daniel the fuel,that the author of the History thoughtthat & I frt. yelset For frs D 1). )Mitcitd to make his home it. Tallahassee, ,Iv o BBLS. OLD RECTlflLD VVHlSKt.V
pledged to make up deficiency. for them to pay thoir debts fail port. freight or and he -xpres ry warrant alf his Dental for salo by MILLER & ROWLES.
Operation
this right,is it just, is it nonest, between man |! A second Daniel come to judgment And the less there was said about the exploitsof pas I at r.rt lo BETTO.N': & FIIfE. .
cr
: aid man T Is tt honest between the Legisla. :, this is great statesman: and expounder of: Ge i. Harrison, the better for the military Oi't. Lul, 12 4t Ladies wailed on at their dwellings, or at Dr. -
of the your -_ D.'a I ICMC'CI.CC al ir: Chandler' Subscriber the 24th June
live Council, who, as the servants peo. ; for fame of the country. Little did he, or anyone -- "Furew Vork. FROM largo
Constitution Now cannot one
,
the we Examination and utlvirp !
bound their interests-is it : gratis: 12 oct 17 ; formerly beKnged lw Mr. Mc-
pie are to protect moment, believe Mr. Webster to be honest in else think, that in 1832, that the General The fine barqie ST. HHLEXA, INS-TITUT Carty, or! St. Marks-, and i is believed now to be in
Council and : FEMALE
honest we say, between the the would be manufactured into a military heroin Hill, master, will Rail fur lUu. abovi: QUINCY lliat neicW-orhoco. A liber! reward wiii be given
people! We say not. It is a traitorous! a. this. It is palpable, deliberate falsehood and I purl with! detjmtch For eight or 'I'LH: AN.NUAL EXA.ML\ATON! o/ the loc ilws tttlivery vf aaid Hone to my house in ih
buse of power-an act of outrageous op. imposition. lie must see, as every man of 1840. pa. Bt'e apply) lo tIn Cajit. on hnlri, Lathes: in thfs tirninaryill e_mmejict city. C.P.ISA HER.
I -" '- or t.. Mc.N'AUOliT ). on Mi.nduy, iliv i Cti. O lol'Cr, arid continue Tallahi.i zee,Aug 4 G tf
pression on them.: __ j, common sense must see, that if Congress I Expansions and Contractions of the Oct 1 10 II &Port Leon.: FIX days. This Studei.U lie! )..ile Department -.-

con not coiiBtitutiomilly puy the debts of a : Currency.The will t'eexar.in.d 1ft tl.& IJme ti'">. Parrnl..liwr- Present Mail Arrangement.Northern .
Wanted.A .
and fcrn-
English Capitalists Whiff returns of the banks of the amount of d.aiiK and the public generally are it.vited to at. -
State neither they give to a State the J steady overseer blake
ators. 1 i can indutriof charge cfl tend. 1. L EDMONDS A. M. Mail:

lu a debate in the Senate of the U. States, I I proceeds of any part of the public revenue to their circulation in the different yean from be a required plantation to wilh exercise 4S: working a general{land 1 ., one ''5,' Cluimrj, Svpl.! 30lh. 13-tO.( I 11 4t otl 11 Dee Swndays.TueMay i: Fridays, at 7 P. \.
Snpcrintcn-
on he Assumption of the Xtotc. DebtsIr.. i i pay its debt with it. Our only wonder, how. 1S33 to 1840, ihowsan d.me.onr"II the whole place. Apply at thin Office.Tallal.anee ., 1ST OF J LETTERS rerrwmirriir; fn ihe Post Departs Saturday Mondays, Wef'nesrfays- Si ait 3 A.IJ.

ALLEN said : I I i ever, is at the hardihood of Mr. Webster, in Increase. }ecrease. Oct. 20. 13 tf. IA Ofticr al Thoma.tville) (re ,r:i., on the morniii Closes previous evenings; al 9 P. M.
I From 1835 to 37, 847,000,000 on the 131 h ii.et. an Knplisli Stlnr I of tlit firs Jay Oclubrr, 18-40.( Slid of oid
When six weeks the Senator : attempting so bold an imposition on any pore FTjt'D St. Marks Mail
some '
ago From 1837 to 38, 833,000,000 with Guard chain attached Ihe 1 Inters all hhall remain threo month thereafter "ill
from Missouri, [Mr. Bentou,] \\iihthatsa. t lion of the people.Te In 1838, 28,000,000 er ran have the same hv "1"lyi"J at this Office'o\n.1, be sent lo ihe General Post Office as-dead letters. Due Tuesday.ThursdayiS;lurday,it 7 P. M.Departs .

in affairs which has made him I proving property and paying .adrerilsernent.'fiillJzasee same days at 5 A. 81.CiofcC .
gitity public : fr Akridge Junta McAllay .MalrorAnllcy >
pick up \\'higjourual, and we find From 1839 to 40, 27,000,000 Ol-t. 20 13 previoos tvcni g., kl 9 P.M.
among his countrymen, the man of men- Grorgo McAnlay FuequilAlkins
when, sir, he saw the dangerous influence of along tirade against the Democrats, that they I Did the currency of any country ever ex. --- oilce'l1U -- ------- "n John II M McKinnon A.'aleon!' MoniiceUo Mail:

I : 'been Adams Airs C McSwaiN CarolIne Due Monday, at 13 M.
the and capital hibil such fluctuations We see the circula. undersigned having appointed Ad- .
England over our councils and our destinies, ; are making war upon property I de !h, n'u. non of the Kftate of Atkinson Henry D 2 McLcndou: William Departs same day at 2 P. M.

DOt only exerted indirectly through the paper | of the country ; that their measures tend to. ., tion suddenly increased from 1835 to 1837, Sal"n .r, late of Lon County, deceased re. Atkinson J McMellon J S CIo.es ai jj p. a|.

: nttem and its political party, but saw, like. | wards the plunder of the rich; and the rich I the enormous amount of forty-seven millions! quests all those !',( lo the E.tate0 inakorayimnt I Alderman DAicU McLean D E& K Bur Jeer Hill Mail : -

isc this embodied and kow in t., him and all those hnvinj I Browning s;. Lanici AJcCrrr Thynra.i Due Monday. at 6 P. M.
influence openly au. urc called to come forward, and raise What was there, we should like to frthwith. '
upon tlciiianris atlei.tet,1! Barber Virgil; Alc.Vcill A
to
same, properly Deports T.MI.,1It al 5 A. M.
thoritativcly put forth in the edie't in question subscriptions to put down the plunderers the business oi* the country, at that time, that "ithil 11'1' tlle Ircr'nt!( hy law. Bryan James M f Murp'.y Duvfli Clu.:1; previous evonmijfi, at 9 P.1..

-whenjie saw the anxious efforts made by arid this issue of OU21 132m ALEX. Adm. I Bennett Catharine Mtrtin Ab!alomBeatie .
We take up another Whig journal, we required or justified enormous 'RAZEr Thomasville Mail:
British William Mann LukfBurnty
interests and the friends and ofthose --- '>
agents find directly the contrary of all this. The hunk bills ? Nothing No one pretends to 5ODoIlurb ftcwurd. I David Isabella Diic Tuesdays, ni 6 P. M. "
interests all around and '
: us, t.to temper STOLEN from the subscribers'pincc Departs Wednesday, 5
at A..U.
that there This increase Braxvvell \Jaj! Meredith Nelson Ann
prepare our people and Government for obe. Administration and the Democ'rary are joined say was. was near. on the ] ?tI. in.tant a very No- :, Bryan Jame ort'a't .Umcs M Closes previous cvcniiig! *, at 9 P. V.

fence to tins mandate-when he saw the to plunder tie| poor fur the benefit of the rich. ly one.half of the amount of the previous d ted, dark bay Stallion, about "C\'I'' Carter S.:Iomo/ Nolls 1 M, Jacksonville Mail : t

iangei of delay, and therefore submitted his Tncy are carrying on a war to make the rich circulation years old, 13 hand high hi* led fore Clark Wil'iam' C W Purkcr 'Isaac Due Tucscay. at 12 M.
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foul i* black, the other three is "white, a very slim Carroll Caleb Purrlllllt John ,
resolutions-resolutions declaring constitutional The table further shows that this excess of Departs same days at 2 P. M.a -:
richer, and the poor poorer hnrno, and his form Indicate a very feet 1on'e'-1 I Clcmmons Charles itdpiil-crrv Sampson Closes 1 JJ P. M.
incompetency of this Government to And the most curious part of all this is,that issue was immediately followed by a contraction I twenty Dollar will be given for til J Carlclon: Isaac Seward :Irs Amanda TalUhaosets Sept. 26, 1840.
assume those debts, the injustice and fatal fifty 'lIars for II! u hurt.o and delivered at Gran ford Wni B If EZPSi ulh Jf Pairatnore 3 10 J. G.
in the of thirty-three millions! Then, in the 1 TI.ir > oct SEARCY, P. M.
'frid these different tunes same '
consequences of such assumption-when he i we sung ll.i place A\information clnr.rnil2 them will i : kiel Sellers John

enforced these.his views, at large in a speech journal-one to.day, and the other peilups short space of one year, another expansion
-.hen the resolutions were, by the Senate, to.morrow. It would really soem that tl.cre millions! to be followed, in less. Oct 20, 13 tf. I Enel.h Cornelius Sheffield Pliny for Sale
Notice. subscriber will soil his plantation lh.
Eubank Benjamin Singletary Henry on
referred to a select committee, (for such was is such a mental and moral blindness come than two years, by another contraction oftwentyseven persons Adminlstrlor hating any demand against John j l'\: crs J aspur Sinplctary James B TilE side Suwaoee river al the Old town

Deemed their importance))when these things ;, over the minds and consciences of many of millions! What but ruin and de. ALL Lofton late Jeflcrnon County defeated I I j Fntch M.es Smith Seth D Madison county, Florida. This lawf was pure t a

aspired, what answer was made ? None, that unable to distin. struction of business, and all confidence be. will please !leave them properly attested, wilh \Vil- Flitch Isaac Smith Moses C lied in 1830 at public sales,at a price 200 percent
these persons they are Moab Smith'Shad rach higher than any other lands sold at that lioi*. .
Done sue the indistinct uneasiness of a Sen. liam Dudd Esq. M nticello and those who are anywayx Gregory
Itor guish truth from falseeood. They do not see tween man and man, could result from such indebted to the same will make payment to Gibson Owen Smith John 2 They were selected! with great care and Irouble-;
their doubts
or two, obscurely hinting And this is the Geiuer W W Smith Wr and he confidently asserts that they are not tur-
aid i that what they to-day contradicts: what a state of things system, j the Administrator.j .
misgivings. But, ou the contrary, silence, say j ELLIS, Adu iuiklralor.j hurst John W Sin=KtoiiHenderimii IltDsd passed by any lauds in Florida-the growth-o/
deep and dismal as the dead of night, reigned | they said yesterday.Mr. this is the oppression, which the insidious enemies j Mont.reilo MOSE. 2u John Todd Win which conMsU of sweel sum, wild cherry mulberry

Ugh the ranks of the opposition ; Bud so I Webster and the Assumption of'' of the people's rights and the people's Sale. Handcuck Jonathan Todd Williamson wahoo, maple. magnolia live oak, aid undergrowth -.
j cane. The tract contains 1,396J6 of
they continued. Bat observe the State Debts. interest, wish to perpetuate I of Marhal's ri facias issued out fI Hardy Thomas Thomas Nancy
I the ] virtue a will off olj Hoiidcock Thompson Mrs Ann which there has been cleared 275 acres. The land
By Mary
change. The committee now submitted their Mr. Webster now denies that the Whigs I Lon Suiierior! at the suit of Fellows, llolluirsvkorlh Mcphen Vickers John L lays one mile on the river, and t*0 ar.d ahalfmilf*.

repot sustaining the resolutions against the I had intention of forward, Discovery of Mummies at )urango.- i i Ca Company, vs. Frederick Gerardin, Adininistralor Hayi-it George Vickers Miss Ann E bark, about 30 miles from the mouth of the river.

.ttmmption ; and, at the same moment, theSenator : 1 ever any bringing A million of mummies, it is slated, have Ltc- I I of I. Gerardin, deceased!, I have levied Hayefc Duke Whorlon William D It is never subject to overflow. On -aixtli-of the

from Massachusetts, [Mr. Webster,]i in Congress, a proposition for the Assump. ly been discovered in the environs of Duran. upon, and upon the twenty.fifth day ui November Hen bleton John Willia-n James purchase money to be paid in cash and the balance 5
I next, being Wednesday, Iho Couf House at in five annual iuslalmenl wilh
equal interest- He
tion of the State Debts. After his assurance in a llu girul John Wal"illghamVrn IIi
fob from the purifying presence of the bank.. j : go in Mexico. They are a sitting posture, j Tallahassee, within the usual hour ot sale! I shall >i ih Daniel \Valea Win will take, for part of the pure!'.e money mnlea

a and brokers of old England makes hit I in declaring himself a Jeffersonian Demo. but have the same wrappings, bands and ornaments roce d t sell, LOT NUMBERED TWO HUN- Hadey! Louis Lee Whilfielo'.Miss Martha at fair prices. For further particulars apply to C. .

adieu m the Senate. Now for the conflict.. crat, there is nothing, however impudent or as nhe Egyptians. Among them DRED AND EIGHTY-ONE, in the origin.il plan HailMisi A Jane S. SibU-y, Esqr.Tallahassee, or to the subscriber al

No Mooer did the sound of the trumpet an.. false, that we may not expect from him. j was found a poinard of flint, with a sculptured of Ihs cily ol' Tallahancee, together with al] the HanJco Wro White Edward Si.Augustine,-if by mail l, postage te b.a paid. "

nounce the presence of the herald,Ihao Sen.Won But, if there was no project of this As. ; handle, chaplets, necklaces, &c., of alter. BUILDINGS. IMPROVEMENTS thereon ereclcd. Jones Jones Henry Allen H WilliaMS White Thomas John september 26, 1840 9 ALEX.3raKetlce. WATSON.- .

hitherto in ambush, sprang to their feel sumption in agitation, how did it happen that,''. nately colored beads, fragments of bones pol. Levied upon as the property of IhuEstalo of Iii Jamienon Humphrey VVilUon James

u if a 1km had leapt in their roidst. One in the long debate in the U. S. Senate onBentoo's I ished like ivory, fine worked clastic tissues, dura Gerard, deceased, aud to he cold tu satisfy Kemp Peter Young Michael : .

all dis. j our modern India rubber cloth), the aforesaid execution according to law. Lewis Yates William ALL those having claims ..g'aioat.be Estate of..
: now chimed in to wcU' the chorus ol Resolutions, not a single Whig (probably Ferriby Melcalf. deceaned, will pleaaa .
Dated Ibia24th October .present
nciatiOD-of denunciation, not of this I avowed the project of assumption. Not one, ;I moccasins worked like those ol our Indiansnow 184.LJIGH ; Marshal JAMES WOLF SMITH, P. M. them to the Subsariber properly autbenlicaled _

PftIIumptuoUI,& t, but of the,report of the although they all denounced the resolutionsin bones of vipers, &c. It remains to Oct 24 13 by F. KACHL D.'M. Persons culling for any of above letter will and all who are iadebte3 to said estate,will'come
researches and please say they are advartised.Thomasville : and the same.
forward
COmrna1tee continue these interesting pijr .
adwtsiug disobedience to its man. could be got'to Marshal's Sale.B' G Oct. 1U40. 11
the most violent terms, yet eo", 1. R- J. HACKLEY :
It 1t'U the denounced-' America will soon become another Egypt to Y virtue of two writs of fieri fa cits, issued out *

olecte4 to its publication report-they denounced the re. say that be w as opposed to Assumption. No, antiquarians, and her ruins will go back to of Leon Superior Court and to me directed, Notice. 'f'p6. 1840.Agent for 2m A. Melcalf 6, Administrator.- .*: :.

IIIv themselves.....denounced the whole no The public mind was not prepared for the oldest period of the world, showing doubt. I one al the suit of Maitland, Kennedy i( Co.. va. J. THIS i is to forbid all person. from harboring_
C. Demilly, and Ihe other at the cult of Wil- trading in any manner wilh my wife Notice. ;
cee4mgs, its principle aDd its object. And. it ; and while they vituperated the resolu. less, that the ancestors of the Montezumas Hum L.I Hitliard for the use of the Union Bank of Florida Marendu Thomas, on my arcoool, as she ha* positively ALL percot** indebted to the Estate of Isaac 't '

LUY ,lI ence broken 1 why this rage ofPuuIflat3Ofl tions in aU forms and manner, declaring that lived on the Nile, and thattheir luxurious civ., v*. J. L. D milly, I have levied upon, and on refused to live or lay with me any longer, ,, are hereby requested to settle! the same -

1 under the corer of what Pre there was oo such matter before the, Senateor ilization was broken and overpowered by the the Iwenly-fifUl Jay of NOT ember next, being Woduesday and I am determined nol to par anx debts of her immediately, and all those having.demand*,will-

t $this proceecinjj so violently assailed 1 before the countryyet they carefully avoid. hardy hordes of Asiatic Tartars, who came at the Court House at Tallahauee, wilhin con Iracli n:, after-Ihis dale. present them for acllIcoeaU *.' <.'
the usualtioiiri of sale,shall proceed to sell I,LOTS JOHN FD. THOMAS. R.J.HACKLEZ .
1) 'tent uC the debts and the refusal ed saying either that they were opposed to it, down from Bhering's Straits and the Rocky NUMBERED THIRTY-SIX. THIRTY-NINE, Tailtthaaaee. Oct.3. 1840. 11 I ** __acp 52m 6 Admin.uator.

tl q? eImcot tD pay them.Bright impair or that,Congress had not the power to do it. Mountains. The scenes of Attila and Alaricin FORTY-FOUR and ,FORTY-SEVEN, in the FLOUR. NE W FALL WINTER GOODS.rI1HE .- 1

credit 0' Jb Suae by depreciating their And to show, still more certainly,that such Rome and Greece, were rehearsed at an North half of lU CourHj-duarter, wilbin the City PRIME'NORTHERN FLOUR 4- ,

:..r'. ..alreadya\ the bands of the. bauken. a proposition was and still is in contemplationwhen earlier day on the shores of Calafornia and ofTaUaba.IMPROVEMENTS lojctlur with thereon all the erected BUILDINGSand 180: BBLS.braabvoci JL from subscribers New York are and receiving Boston,,by their late"stock armaJa of

.tcers by whom this edict H : so... the resolutions came uL before the plains of Mexico. property of the said J. L. 3 10 JAMES E. BROOME & Co. PALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of

.w1. the pjeteit for rowrting a adedant: Senate on their passage,every Whig but one It is unknown,in the mummies above men. Lie. ppn.tb.ol. satisfy the aforesaid Lost or Mjdal4. Barrio Rope,Prime Negro Cloth Fancy "TrtnU.

7 Governopot 'that it will not obey ihii I dodfed They'cut and run. They dan not tioned what kind ot embalmment was used, executions according .. A NOTE of hand for twentj.two dollars r yen rub Linens, 4c., together with a general asaorUmenlof _
and >it nitrous depositions- in thecaya 24lh Oct.1840. by Geor*. Young to the Subedriber, dated Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Also *, -
mad"t And what,sir, I ask it,in. stay and vote against the resolutions ; or whether was Dated time
_. Last. All are eaolioued of Boon
were-'found. A fact of LEIGH READ, Mtmnal, pome ia January_ persons general anortnunt and SHOES, of I1rio.u3descriptiofiL
; GCtbae enator*, tbooe JSogfeb bank they dare not telUhe Bfttish capitalist that where they Del 54 ..13 byJ.F.Kicszzz.D.M. fainat UAdinf tor die Il&icllIOt.I. A liberal JAMES.BROOME A Co.

JUtDSIT S were apeo -tlta..floor, what the Whig party.wen opposed to Aisum ioo. importance is *stated that the belbef the reward will b*gives to tae finder OB returning it to TalUhasaee. oct 3 IA

, ; 1eyoa this occaon i do and niterl J They therefore dodged" one of the most necklaces are of a marine shell'found at Zac. For Vale.' J.I,4.18409 JAME8C. WELL -. Watcd J--edla&e17i -

a91: whom 'these boofls ire beld-they j important, propjOsUions ever' brtntghi. before atecas on the-PacifiV; .hero.' e, Columbusof TWO: :LIKELY NEURO WOMEN old nut; .a.. i FIVE or SIX SHOE'viAKSKS,. to do pen 5

J\ 2Pf, nwdb*Jwwfc-fcqr! trbq the American. $opste. This U WJu. patriot. their forefathers probably landed from,the. ,Waster and tVMtj-A Irwner; and. ,n paiaCnok.! s rte D tIRING ./ abeencefcom the Territory! ; can find couto yaenvbj*f-,;
T
Jr'J'f MaaeriMcKntirhl & Ormend are 'niy u.thor. plying ta the SabtcribcT att1apfl1g"Georgis. .
'Or -Chwnwst:.to oen isafcryool ; ; Japan, Chine**. Bmdooatu or Malay coasts, other .a t''otl''i.aao.: M ,..' JOHN LEDGERWOOD IRA-SANBOHI..'. ,

.:I dUll I U'l1J" iti'mii'iliiliii. Mr. Wdbstatnow says -ii .,. 'CUl'it1J, or rout theWidsof the.:Indian: ocean.- -., nat ywing elci _'1 _bllhy. Jalj 11,4840., M AtUpolgiu. Decatur Co.,Ga Oct 1ft, U 4vIA'
$ --3 t oet "
a it6qo of Hs fondjBpst Law, itootL! n iW ha shrink 1rbn'Yi. Tuell Star. aV.this o. 1 "

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,1 --r-L L U-tl l Aj.d_so. ._ .dJ .IIi% -1-1,--. r P0NAOC JobziL.TayIor ) fnJ. '.. CALuOU.COURBE. T.filS esUblisbroenl.has ,b tn opened for the I-I .0014 i.N .
r v. HUTLLLI1 I TCSSOO, by. the subscribers and U DOW publo to t&enIDtrOM 'Itl.>
-. .tI Nouc. TS. J to September term1840. Annual Meeting f.r 1841 will commence YoI leu. PIUt'f
'1 1'; ,1 l SIX wes t after date, I.hallapp"" to the (on. ATTORNEY AND fOU ELLn L/ V, FamaelW. BarronWn.. >Attaeilmdnt0tl3I 84 THE tho Calhoun Course on Tuesday, the 9th ready for reception ef visitors. Arrangements receotly in ibis paper, willa U. GGe4 l

of the Connty Court for Leon County, Peacla, We. or Dain.n $400 j)0 day of February next, and continue five days, free have been made for the accommodation of a reasonable relative to the happy..d I.nt6cial Ii riI.

-' f tr llllera or administration upon the estate of n practice in County THE Defendant, and all others interested, will fo any Horse Mare or Gelding,in the U. States. number ,visitors and ample supplies laid admm.r! ;ti.n ofPHEMX MOFFA n Llrt .

.t JOB 8n&Wdeceased. of .aid county. Coutts of Escambia and Walton Ccuntie I II ako notice of the in"titution of the above suit by First D.y-I I mile heats- Purse $tOO. in of thecemforts and many of the !luxuries ef the : Br"TERS.A n

I l' JOBERT WHITE also in the Court of' -rpcal!, at Tallahassee. I attachment ; and will appear and p'ead:! thereto Second Day-2 mile heats-Purse $400. country. These who patronize this place during Those who bave ppto'ae4 the J.. .

"pt. "U 9 __Sep 5, 1840 6 accoldiRO' to law. POPE & STONE. Third Day-3 milo beats-PurM $600. the summer, will rind their situation more pleasant rrd to, will observe that ia alIllOll.} '"ft.

i : Cottety Court of Jefferson.'NNJ.liam DK. F. S. BEATTIE aug 15:1 An',. for rr: Fourth Day-4 mile heats-Purse f 1000. than unual. The Springs and 811\0.111 uses are attest the fact, that no incon"niea'ot,u.

; 1 Returnable resumed the of Medicine in all its Fifth Day-Proprietor's Purse $300. in good order-the ,water delightful, and.servants I attend, the taking of th. i.10ft
: VYjnu! Arsumpsit. practice mrdieinea.
t HAS A PROCLAMATION.BY in allendance to the calls of the "visitor e asebut that the
miles Peatsbest in 5.) patient
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>to Seplembcrtermjfl4Q. and tenders his protessional services ( witbenIrMil IIr4
; 'a ROBERT RAYMOND RR1D that thepurses The waters of the Buwinnee Springs are ju.tly operation, i b th
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Olin to the His The Officers of the Club guarantee ( universally left' La
Attachment for office is
community.
Harvey $148 50 St. Mark,
SI I a Governor of the Territory of Florida. 1 shall bo before the celebrated for their medicinal properties many invalids MUter.tl te ofbealth thaa
at the house of S. C. Spencer. as advertised put up was upen.z.iIIto
Damages $300
i1 T 0 The Circumstances attending the recent disaster at |Horses are started. By order of I. have found great relief! and others restored being afflicted with diseas, .
HE all others interested Jul1B Iff 2m [ Star will &J\d i.
af
: .take Defendant anl of the above suit:wi cOly. Indian Key, inducing the belief that both whitepersons JOHN D. GRAY, President. to health and vigor by their use. For a pleasant cUte euffcnng, great r.Iietk IIr
,( r inltitatiol JLTAV. JOIII II. POP'EOFF and negroes sro lPIIuod.with the !Indians Prrra ,V. GACTiza.jr. Secretary.aug resort during the summer months, this place equals hours and a care u eflJu? t.,_
and generally ,
A. ; attachment ; law. will appear. and plead thereto, ns hit! professional services to the people i in their detestable warfare against the people of: 22 4 lamlF any other silnation in Florida or the adjoiningcountry. ihrfe days. .|!-191.-
to POPE
,., according STONE Jeflerson County. Office in Montcelo. Florida I hereby offrr a REWARD OF TWO I In ease ef Fun ef '_ .
-A..D. :IS. : Atl'y. for Pi.t.- over the store of William Denham 4' C. HUNDRED DOLLARS for the apprehension George Edgley has arrived in town. Charges will be moderate. bilious affection, it i. nnitHmK! ( *;tvi, %n

NOTICE. Monlicello.May 30!, 1840. and delivery into safe custody cl each and! every Digger is his profession E. O' PONDER bt, as I believe the UrB jE'l Ot.m4q

SIX months after date application will bo made J. 'CAN'I'S, white or black person or mulatto who hall he i\ Where he wants In be well known June6. 1840. 46 RICHARD JONES. rosily admitted to U0 the ," ..7

,: the Honorable tho Judge Gadsden Bounty Attorney and Counsellor at Law, found niJing or abetting or in any olh r way assisting --,- And cash i is his; decision. _4 au!
for letters of dismission .adminitratrdo.I1is boo ractice in tho Courts of the Midd'e' the Indians in llicir hostile movements incnrsions I "STOBAGEAT Subscribers offer for sale the followin j ar The Lira MtDiciwn are also amos" I

4 .. non of the eklate of Elijah W. S\ut. doc'd., WILL ond in the Courl of Appeals.' Of., depredations or butcheries.I I PORT LEON. _I tides, low for CASH- relicfin affections oflhe Liver and B, ltct j

4 1 ate. ofsaid (uncy. fico at sseo, Flo. tf npnl I6l840 I cs.ll upon all Justices of the Peace throughout from will com Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks been proved in hundreds ef ;;, ht. i
; TDlal LAUD, Magnolia eise
:. "July J8 18' O 51 JOHN H. RHODES.( -- JOHN- P.-DliVAC; ---- -- the Territory strictly carry inlo full effect the I 'DANIEL the Storage and Commission, !- Holland Gin in bbl. have come forward and r.qnesudnence lhat.he UaeitPttittta I I I

.Ie NO''ICE.Q1X ATTOKNHY AT LAW act concerning Patrols approved February lllh, 11 tho above place the cnsning moir.h, and Whinkcy in d( t in taking them might be PUbliahu' I
month. aHqr( date I shall I 1833and all Intendanls, Aldermen Mem* |I"el' Lardin benefit of
apply" to the lion.I. Middle and ; Mayors, kegs ollierp. In their : ,tb.
in the courts of solicit sharo of operation
public pa'ronage.
Judge of .Leon County Court, for letters dismissory TLI4 practice Florida and C.mrl Appeils. Res- h ers of Council and other officers pertaining to Ci- I I s Port Leon a August, 1840 2 Flour, l\t.Ialllell they restore the tone .f the Slomttlt I n-.

f_. u adninistraril on the Estate of J. T. dence near !Gen. ) ". ti ies. Towns and Villages in tho Teiritory, aro exhorted I Corn Hay the d.ecstive. organs, and invironu'.R Itheta
Johnson," te County. deceased. 25 2Gw reJ\'I' l vigilance e a strictness in the enforcement Cotton 'Vcl hln;. Msnhadcn and Cod Fish in bbl fanclions of the whole body and n'ral

CATHARINE JOHNSON, jar of their ""Iir.. I' lIE subsciiber arl"inltdVeighrr of Cotton,' Boxes Pickles in quart jar. .bolh sexes, (for they are perfctUy.CJwT"1"
By her Agent>. Kena. S. \V. Caniinck &; jVI('
may 31% 44' ATTORNEYS AT LAW I homes, but In, arm ll.cincflvrs completely and assist ion of the Legislative Council respectfully informs McNACGIIT & OR IO\D. cstoriny health. d-etH 1114 I

T.. f SUPERi'OI COURT OF THK TALLAHASSEE. FLA. each other in the defence of their pclllemtnls. the public lhat he is pre raid to weigh Col Port Leon March 20th,_1 1840. In affections of iho head whether I
TiE
t ; FLORIDA JILL practice in partners-hip in lime Super!. A Block House should! l I'e constructed in every ton cither in (his city or at the Railroad Depit.liii .- --Watches, Jewelry, Ac. with pain and giddiness, or marked aCt !mp' It.

i lIDDLE OF or Courts of the Middle and Apalacocht L neighborhood, and every house upon the frontier,I scales are manufactured at the lame place as HE Subscriber has ous calamnily of impaired mental. MrJ the rrJ .

IN CHANCERY. Disrct. and in time Court <>f Appeal. r or in any other exposed situation should be pro-I i itecled those used by the United Stales gnncrally, and ,Il, hand handsome on ations of the heart, flatulence,lOll or ; j tilpt

it. .Oliver rfesley and James Filch} o i for tho present, in the new cnurl house. by a pi ket or palisade. | j l lI likewise by the weighots of cotton in tho city of _':__ a.f very Watches Jew.: strenglh and the multiplied 'ppt
JI ; lately paMo"f Hading under the Dec21 20Charles Every citizen, whether al home or abroad should I New Yurk.I1Dd have been examined by tie Inspector ; :n": asforlnicnt : dered digestion,Tnr Ltn I\hDICJII 11mp'0S'Je .14i'r.
p I ,6rm of Besley Filch ; Edward I bo prepared at all times to repel the attacks of the I of scales and weights of ctid city.and1 proved dry Pitted Ware, Silver to possess the most salutary .ill be ft Mll(

H 'C. Richards, Naac II. D&scH S-.Sibley enemy for none can tell when or where the Semi- correct. Price of weighing 10 cents per bale.D. !; J ". Spoons Cutlery .r., which I Constitutions relaxed efficacy
\d' he offers for sate' on Ms usual' I weak,or
U \ and Robert W. Aborn parlncrs.trading his professional services as Attorney noe! Indians may appear. M. SHEFFIELD Weigher Cotton. ./ or women, are under the immediala deeavad, .
( under the firm of Richards OFFERS : al Law, in the collection otlebts Scattered and at a distance from each other as Ta llaha ss ce, O :t. 12.9. f I .J: 'erms.; He will receive new Ti.Z J.IFE.iMED.cirs, Old 114 tIq tI

I I V Bajsett 4* Aborn : Joseph I CROSS BILL l 4c. in Middle FI'rit.1., He will attend al II I II any oftho dwellingsofo'mr citizens arc, it is am.posi.le and LIme Nursery supple"> during the winter. 'habits, are soon Coughsconsumptive Aal1\m, a 4
Orange WATCH REI AIRING relieved
I Brewster and Lemuel BrewMcr, FORDISCOVERY lhe Courts in the that the Government of the United Slates cured.
: FOR SALE FOR CASH JAIl Y. with Poverty of blood and em.ri.uK'
attended much
1 Itadinr I J. { L. Brewstcr ; } Office in MunroeSireetin time build in former! ,I, or that ol the Territory can afford adequate protection JgJIs to as ability and.prornp'l.lesS will! ere long meet the
I Kemball lo all. Our people must rely much NURSERY. containing about 2000 Orange as at any shop in the Southern conntry. happiest cb.nj.Bi j
I Warn -in behalf I Jk RELIKF.T occupied: by Win. Wilson, as a Hook (.rp. upon A chill fluid will 1Nervom
watery
: : become
4 thlmlelves. and such oilier I I TtlnhNe': \- l- ili IK.W. 10-tf fearless hearts and upon guns well charged andingood and Lime Trees of an oge to bear in one or Jan 3 FREDERICK TOWLE.Copartnership. land the limbs bo court rich lad ha1.a .
( order. Ii notorious that the determined I two years after transplanting. The Trees were with flub &na,
judgment Cedltof of James J. I is J
U.tV1U) ) S. .-\LK : H. healhy.
''h, .Birgo as } come :in and contribute I \ rrsiutonce of a single! man has often put many Indians raised from Choice Cuba Seed and are in a healthy HE subscribers have this day formed a co
disorders
5hal-Complainant!, ATTOflXEYiIT [ 1"C.. tolliffht. and thriving condition. Directions will bo given T partnership at Port Leon, under tho name of every kind, and ftfl .
0 10'1' & and I WILL practice in the Courts nf the Ditlrict I Finally I call upon the penpleof Florida to rher.i which adhered lo, will insure them safely in re of Miller & Rowle, to carry on the STORAGE! ver cause arising, fly before the effeeu elit,

UrelitifBirgo and James J.Birgc of Florida His olficc is the first room to lie rijhovcrj 'I io<*e sympathies which nit moval and tran"planling.. Apply to EDWIN: W & COMMISSION bushes. Lin M KDiciiii, and, all that train of,inkuf,!. .
and
eties
I\. J B. BuirssilortiinTclIaiasFce\vhcrehc! may urally flow from a common suffering. DORSEY Auctioneer, Tallahassee, or WM. Me. They have a large and commodir-us warehouse, i Iremoure which so dreadfully! the

,1 Ic plelt.appearing to the Judge by that the always b found. _ ___. I a.--k them to defend themselves, and to help and I NAUGHT. Pott Leon. mar 14 33 for the storage of merchandize and colton ; and thort weak lime the,sedentary be succeeded, aud the d W, "iI iU, i a

r : I said Urelius Dirge and Jamf afdavit.. Dirge defendants Dr. A. M. RtNDOLPII support each oher: and to lend their heel aid for ADJCLPiil HOTEL hope by H'rict attention, and promr; (ness in the I of health. by cheerfuIaeaud", ,

> J ab"y named, are residents without the Territory AVING located himself, Tallahnssee, at. furtherance ofiht efforts made by the United Slates: THE undersigned having purchased from Gen execution of orders, to give satisfaction to all who I presage For weakness
the i in their behalf. 1A9 BROWN that well known establish h. enttUBl business to llicin care. deficiency of natural stwartk
Florida, but within the United Sialer: II fers his profe"'ioiial-eruces to public may and relaxation of the
; A is ordered that the said defendant. l lie is to be found at the office of Dr. J. Han Given under my hand al the City of St. anent called the City Hole), in the city of Talla- GEO. MILLER of the ve-wels, by too fres.oe.t-ia"
I. i I
f COndelelaJd. .James i. IJirge! dd appcur and. dolph, on Monroe Sm meet.May'2fi Augustine of East Florida this 24thAtiful ha!#ec, have opened (iho house under tIe lille o I Refer toJOll'i J. KOWLKS.Messrs. certain lulgence and invaluable passions, this rotdiew, j ?>'
.f I 4 'r t 'tl Urelnl the said bill of 42 l. 1840. the Adrlphi Hotel. They are now making import Cclton Jt Fisher Tallahassee ; remedy.
answer complainant :tI, 5. 'within four mouths from the date of the first publication Ijar olgcEb. RO B ER.Tlc\Y M ON D REID ant improvements and repairs and will have by lhfI'"Uln' < Berry & Dowling, .' and are languid tAd .UM4 long resided in Fa Bi dim at.
1 ut.iti> rdei, utiiui ,i us tnc cnid: lull wilJoo Co-partin-rslup liihcito: r. i Governor of Florida. Pnll an oxt<*n" %. thick Uuilclir.. crcctcUon .. I'o. Lron, '" >. I I. 1140 31 their whoU'IJtana
I
: tinrtwel' : take TUE Lava
-f taken pry confess It is furllrer ordered, that THE\1. P. IIIJVAI and W/l/ II. BROCK Dy the Governor the propr.rly. whereby y will be able to ac Valuable lauds- for Sale.THE etlecl may and hD'CICE' with tfce "lppita
lltis order be in of the E J. Mt (\tvrs, H'C"relar\ofFI"rila. 7 commodalo: strangers visiting this in a ; persons removing to ths Ss
published one newcpaptrcprinted BROUGI has been this day diF '. and published atTallahaenee.in the Oiftricl. Cln) Notice. nalisf.iclory minner. Tho 1'ubli? may depend than is desirable for his own cultivation:I (ant article of health and cannot life. store a more mp
.- 4't aforesaid, once a week f for four months. WM. II. BROCKr BROUGM will continue tn JTOLI'.N: from the Subscriber on Saturday night upon every attention to their comforts. sfFers for sale three valuable &nlativns-one.liit.. The "

: :. DalcdaisldayofAugiist.ATD. 11510.ALFUKD reside at Apalarhicolppand practice in tie .pain. la't..a SORREL! HORSE 17 hand high, a I JOSEPH CROSKRY uated on Black Creek, about thirteen miles east t following and cases are among the tI1ot'rteent
cures
.. : BALCII. chlcnla; Pistrict and the'. County II Leon, and the white hind font, with a largo wart jn his ihcalh DAVID F. WILSO/ from Tallahassee containing thirteen hundred I demons fffected benefited gratefully acknowledge.1 bytb t?"

i t Judge of the DiFtrictofMiddle 1 Fllrld3.J. Court of Appeals rn ularly, rind il JcfiVrson a nd I snpprisrd in h.'ve been taken by name nq gro. Any; Tallahasee.April3cll8i0. 36 acre, 600 of which are in a high tate of cultiva- Case of Jacob :
J. Ten.\V'EU.FQRn.: Cleik.! 7 Sep 1 12- (!aisdcn! if"reci a .\' employed. j inform-sti ,n will !bo I Inankfully! received aid lbcm: For Sale, --- -- tiJO. tie residue! mostly rich hammock land with I ;County( iN. Y.-A C. Hunt, New Windsor, Orlllls

., 1.:i A if {GAIN !"! Ta ljtitaieo. Ni.t. 21i: Ii. l8:1.IlA : ally rewarded. JOHN B. (GORMAN. O'if. Iwo Horse Sulky Wagon. all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings! l ly the whole of his drQvlulturnIJrrlpstro1tJlluf.fa1'e. noso and
J J'iiyd 5-2 one Horse do do-willi l.a .r"fI..s.r. I he raised this have : wenced Ezpert-
SELL A BARGAIN in the TRACT (.E. --- - -- -- crops upon plantation not been quick relief from the
usenhiiep
.
:,(: i IVIL4\ whereon I now reside laying 'm.t. r UK nndrlIj"rt harm? leafed one of the Watches, Jewelry Silver Al'aro Ac. I 4te. \\)1.11. F1'1NCESti8iIi.'I889 surpassed by any in the country. Another about L cines, aid in less than three months Mti.

:. '4 the west side of Lake Jllico ui kee, 20 miles N. C A rt ( U'harf lately cn-rtcd 1le'r bv AUSTIN. Jr.:. & CO.: -- the same distance, northeast from Tallahassee. cured. (Case reporter,with a wood WY''Iinly
J. N. llarnlin, o'i, It:1 share of D I containing about 700 acres, of rich oak and hickory rnlruilr, II
4
of Tallaha>"to. in the County of Leon adjoiningthe \ 13troralo S have removed! to the KIHK1AilmrrXATlIY.;; & HANNA.COiiiinissioii a new pamphlet now in press.)
Lands of Geo. E. Dfiu.i D. ilthARccchrinr land ; with 60 or 70 aen.-s in cultivation ; and I Case of '
'; Esq., Capt. Jut fz More formerly occupied bvWmllWyalt" ITIercIiaiitsNtw Tho'. Purcell sen'r. 84 years of ,.,_
1? Palish and clherff conhil .g C40 acres of rich oak FoIwLIlIIm? Bit siines* .._ & Co., where Orleans. I 11'c another in Hamilton crunty about tc-n miles from was afflicted 18 years with swelling in iii. Ift _.

and hickory, and hammock landr; two hundred and TAFT &ALKXANDEK.. : ) thry arc now opening n beautiful I Kcfcrlo R.K.Cail.anil Henry Botnl.Jnn. Suwannee Spring, containing about 2000{ was entirely cured by tailing 42 pills in
\:.i Port I 'nJljHj, .\ 1 ) 38 I acres, a small; in cultivation with farm Sweet,.
S part muses
tweatv.five acre of which arc cleared! and undtrf. prl f -g nx'orlmcnt, of aiticI-.H in 17 lam. 24lf Case of Joan Da ulton,Aberdeen,Ohio
i I. _ _ _ I IriEv &c. 'I his land i" of ( rheums
? cu1 ulion. A never failing stream of water ru is c Erll KI G.Till. their line, vuch as j superior qoali'y or t culi in five years-i* entirely cured-has
Jed
through this tract of land. The BUILD'NGS on 1 I Kuhscriber thankful: Gold. Lever, Anchor, C)lender tIJJ4LI\En AND DRESS i turn of sea island cottni.j Life Medicines for Worms in children and fVBB 1Ia r

'N, tIE premises arc, 1 comfortable: \'cHlul House, _...I''i .. r rut favours IJespcctiful'y and Virge Watches ; Kings as Diamond On MAKING ESTAHLISIIMEN. I j Al.-fo a tract of 400 acrl'H.t lh-- natural 1 rid:eon i hem a sovereign remedy. I

Jfegroc Houses, and Crib a Gi House. informs Ihe citizens t yxR.llhy. (;arnate. Sc.. ; Broache-i as Diamond : undersigned mosl rcspeclfully: informs j the St. :lark", about 11 miles south cast ofTallahasiee Case of Lewis Austin-periodical aicimimeadseL

: ., ,Cotton Gin and Screw. With the Land will be rf-tT.: : T== Tallahassee and vicinity that I \Ioni"-, Cameo ; Enamelled paintings &c. (;Jold; 1'IU Ladies dfl'allaliassee and vicn.ily. I lint '! ; h'llfof this tract i u a rich alluvial soi always relieved by a small do!e-now entirety

sold, fifty-seven shares of Union Bank Stock, and Lir1: ft : III continues 'to carry on the Fi1higreVork, liar: Rings and Pins ; Silver Ware she (Iris opened a Iionso in the above line on Mon i: upon il there i i. also a fine mill seal, with greater I free from it.

: a small lot Negroes if wanted. Tho terms will ('lin<.I Making h'.i,1 in I IIftrh a'1 Tea Set<. Table and Desert Forks; Spoon, roe street and betwcin the stores iiI )Ir. Francis j j water power thfiii any in Middle Florida. Case of Adon Ames-cured of a iaoi i iareUralt

;.4- be liberal-apply to tho Subscriber, on the prc J'r-- 11 its vaniy al the old stand I Cups; Silver Platrd Candle SliAs, Cake Baskets and .Meters. Gorman Sf Hall, where i-iie hopes ;t I Thrnc lands will be sold at moderate prices and i and obstinate dy'pep"ia, and general debility.

_,I f'.. mses.. LUKE J. LAMB. i I Bless! and Hiolds! *qpositc. Ca..t..r!, Tra Sets, ('thee U.nll"d Spoons ; Cutlery from a stiict attention to the business to merit ;, 'reanon-jble crtdits, and if deMr.ibc! lh: purchaser Case of Adah Adams Windsor,Ohio_....rheumatism .

.:' !tIs 1 SPill 19th_ _1M_ _. 8_ 1 ICt_ _ ,,- Col.: WyallVs'.Store, where he I Gun and I'ntoN, Canen, Astral Lamp, Man I share of public patronage |I (can have Union Bank Stock upon a part of the gravel, liver: affections, and general aerroi

t ;k..t. PAINTS, OILS, &c. wi bo h.tppy to receive order from his friends and I lie Clocks\ F-incy Gnodx, &1'. I Feb 15. 29_ 'tf MIIH. M. A. CLARKE.. : i purchase. W BllADEN. debility,had been confined seven yearly__wi,ri'nrd
I h ''I! 30 lbs White Lad. in oil, in kejs of 100( Ibs t puhuicgenerahly.: Sideboar Is Bureau'* :and furm- All nf which they inviic their fiictid and the I -- u --- NOTICE.DURING --- De 23 21/ from hor brd by taking one box of pills and a bottl

t ; tbs each oil. Spls. Turpentine, lure of every dcHcriplion; mule! in a foshiolalle ami I I Ifnbftmtial ptil.lic lo call and examine. my -ib-ence from Florida. Barton C. Lenthcr-Limc, and Hair. of bitter?-a most extraordinary cure-she isaavi

I I ., Brushes. 4.C, and Window Glass of various wizen. : manner: and on rt'-isoiiaUe terms, and Nice watch reptiriHjr prr-'oi.iliy attended to. Monlicello i is my agent and attor A |)HE :3.lb'cribers have nsuinily on ham! a very healthy and robust woihan-alUsted by krr
\; 1'l l For sale by he hoprsby strict attention I" Inmiiet.,, to merit I !Dee 21 SO JOHN F. TUCKER I a comp'ete assortment of LEATHER: suitable' husband Shubcl Adams.

I RANDOLPH &LEWIS. and receive a liberal share oflhe palronav" of tlf 1 Runaway----in Jail.----- ney.jan ft 2J> !. for Gin Bands, lI.1ru.ss. C.1fri.te Tops, Doo's and Case of Mrs. Badger wife "f Joseph Badger .

:. i Apri 1 839 38t fNOTICE. public. to the Jail at St. Marks a Nc- AOTICK.LL ;. --- -- hoes.. &c. Also a ctHblantsuPIly of LIMK, and nearly similar to above-revolt the same.
- JACOB LtSS.I I COMMITTED : HAIK, for l'iMrriPl11 of which
they pT.rlour Case of Susan GooJarani.
; |
: N. B. All kinds) of furniture d 8nmpHnnfhorl and thick tet, .6 persons iniet.tcd lo time SuliscriSer prior to I f remli or i in *x jr.t: THE Subscriber requests el! those indebted to repaired on reason about 30 years of ije, fays he belongs to Mr.Nightingale L the hl July on Note Book :Account or otherwise BRO\VN GALBRAITH. n.alcour.! several jsanv-a
abn! ofthe
t, on note or account to call and pet- tfrm" of Ciunbeilanil 'Inland Gpu' i3. He notified tlul the Mils will he 'e Life Medicines -jnlirely iest.nJer
V .t.: open TaUahas-eo Fepl. 7lh. 1839-tf 1 {{ me hereby I Ta I la h a;scc.Ing.. I 1'1.' I HS:? I-tf -i* now hale and
.t; lie immediately, us further indulgence cannol be --- -- s I)* he hax lived with Mr. J. V.llyu, near Tallahiisyre. presented by Benj. F. Thornton, Jr.with whom I Police healthy.
to Cotton I.Jautcrs.I Case of Min
1. : given. Al accounts Iw.etled by the firf-t of Sep To 1Iiiilets. I l The owner of raid Negro is requested to they ate requested to s<:lllc. Thomas daughter ofEi: Thona .
? RON SCREWS m-.ivcd the I AMES UOATRIGHT'S IMPROVED CO cough and ..
embcr ,'i bejpiit) in euil. I hy Schooner I II prove pioperly pay charges and take him away )rhe July 4 4.9 uJO< \\ !L! ;' TON symptoms of consumption- cured m
I SAW GINS. font
-
weeks.
r11 from Her
July 1840.) 2 LF.VI CAUIH'N.AOTICU Joseph Hankcy, ;alnof arc HOW ready l will b>" dealt nub according to law. : sister cured ofa severe altaciulnflammalory
for'delivery' on the payment ofhe same. Apply to !, HENRY LANDER: Jailor. Cotton I'refts Screws & Horse Power ITA K F. ibis me !:iod of informing the Plan- rheumatism in ONc WEEK
,
", June 2-2 f 1 I HTTO: st.1nrcll., August 2:, 1840. I Ift. II I Castings.'tibscriber that I have c.lal>ln-d a $ho,> in QuinfY. Case ofS. Cnlvin-cured of a sever atid: .t!
< IS hereby g 'en.lho 1 thal institute suit in the IIEADACII1. !, SICK OIC NERVOUS, : -- --- I 'jnF. who introduced theet: .t-iron lor the purpose of furnishing1 them with the above carlet fever in a few days by the Life Medicine..
> 'c; Court of sS. llERNAUD'S-u
County
county, upon a mort- Tho that Dr. Screws IIlItillor e.l'o\\'er Castings in I articles, made on the last improvement.. Tht improvement Case Harriet Twoguod aJinaN.Ywui.!
gage made and executed to me, by Ferdinand Le e.ilraordmary rcpntalio'i llhn'c Remedy for Dysentery, JJiarrhtea Summer Tallahassee has resumed the in the rib .
remedy fl; this is the neighborhood of H wliulive. >r out first a very low state of health a year and a hilf- complaint
..t ,;. Bleuz upon Lot No. forty-three ((43)) in (the Southhalf I gaining, in certainly d."telin.a m liter} of much astonish: Complaint*, Colics, Cramps and Spasms. Iron Foundry hnshici-s in Baltiinoro ; and s prepared I When the rib" wear out at the place where the not: xpecl to recover. Miss T. is now able i I.

f of tint County qunrl r."ecin of land. situate, ment. That s>, intu h 'u1Trmmig have ,exist IN all tile' ab'.vo complaint, this Medicine has to furnish the cotlon sere w?. delivered p boa id '' teeth pass inruiigh, a 'I'W..I.t can be obtained in I wak: about, and is rapidly recovering both knltlt
4 j:, lying and being in Leon county ; and that I fhall cd fiir withov ,.lnul iivdici- a certain remedy both te, children and I of vessels! in the porl of Baltimore, for one hun five minutes, ny simply sli'liiuf the breast a quarter and strength. _
discovery or
'l apply, according to law, for the foreclosure of said I egcs any any adiills.. dred and twenty-five dullar. each. Al.--o Castings' t fan inch, ami a wed under
t nal preventive or cure, in truly n of mncli JS'nmrrou-f tcslimoniaU arc given of ilsefficacy pulling ;e each side of Cave of Benjamin J. Tucker-severs eats I
: t 'fo mortgage. upon petition filed this day subject for hor power?, all kinds of ni'ichiiicry; and f,.r the Gins, which ill of
regiet ; but Dr. S. now the public' thai L which may l Ii e seen where the Alcdicinrt JMsold. "c give a new set ribs as good I Fever and Ague-cured in a very rhort*pae .
> : Ta 131 CH\RLCS ::CKSTrS.w ..\\ a"U(1 agricultural imp'cmenlf' at moderate rices for I ab' the first, and so on, until
i. *uch a remedy has been as will convince Prepared by Robert S. Bernard, Norfolk, Va. | I they are worn out in I time. Directions followed: strictly.
>4 4 i it 4_ the must credulous. il\'I'rtet pnncijies, uponvhich il t fllr sale in Tailuhas, by Baltimore acceptances lve! or six places. Case or Amos PavU-Affections of the Litef-

t ., J: John C. Jarobi, acls ort simple and) plain. Il i. an admitted fact:I .ep4 6 RANDOLPH. &_LEWIS. Baltimore, Julv 1! \IO JAMES MOORE. I wi I keep roi'Mantly on hand! Friction, Ro r after trying doctor's remedies in vain for a big
j 4 Measurer and lruecor of Lumber for the thai this complaint, whciher, called S:ck ileidzchc -- Forty Dollars Itcward. -- ;il:f": For llie utility I and good work of I Ihe machines L- GIIS amid Bx Gill, which I wairani to p'case: in time, was lured by the Life Medicines whJwtt

.' County of Leon, or Nervous Headache, ari-cn from the refer to Co!. II. W. Braden end Jcsso \'il.II" overy respect or no sale. My' price for Friclion trouble.

., hi. services to those who may please !to'nachi-thos.i who think they primarily Inve the] RANAWAY from the Fubscribtr residing in i E"I. auy 8 2 3 Roller Gin i.: $1 Il-f'r xjw; and t\,r the Box Gin $3PH Extraordinary; case of Lyman Pratt wb vii
OFFERS lf011 likely MULATTO I ---- -
: I npon him. Charges modcralu.Tallahassee. a : Headache may rent assured thai Ibis organ, HII GIRL named Francis, aged very about I'i': ; wiien II Sl'AUE LINE saw. l'cr5'1IIf'il'hinl to buy Gin;" for their afflicted with! Phthisic 20 ye.rs-affected a perfect
March 14. IB O. 33 siomarh, i the first fays next crop would do u ell! lo call and examine Ihoe cure in 21 hours Medicine'.
cac, that the has I.(! Columbus by the use of the Life
; cyctem 'l'l 'l.oned, that she belongs to Mr. ri&her. She From Ga., to Apalachieola, Fla. Gins. Alt ordcrs will be
: ; !r.IE: suhnciiber ,'ithelto tcl.nl'rnlIUIIIt come ,'itiot.d! or ac'IJlitateJ. through Ihn stomach, baa been for some time in the neighborhood olTttHahaxiiee I Four Horse Post Co U'IH s. n(''. attended: lo with prompl. Thousands of persons afflicted in like .III'-
Of LAND and that < hanncl nnmt have, by a judicious nile MorrATs Lire PIU'
near ; only lluolh they
I rCfircucc. tl pie and is supposed yet lo be about tioame Old Gins
*' Planters desirous to retain their capital in labor export a fltoratlUI of time nalural and healthy s place. The above r'wardVilll.e paid for her the Nest 1 repaired. at time shortest notice. and :in i and PJIE.MX BiTTEas, been restored lo the CJlJo1- '
be accommodated with inos satisfactory crrdROBKRT funr.lio.is of l'ie' "y -tcin. Tlii1 c.hjlrt.lr. Sjihon's: apprehension" and atIreasoiiahk if de sljle.I ment of all the comftrls of life. The Bitters ais
pan
GAJtfB'LE.Weleuree remedy is ;, The expensed, I refer time planter to Mr. R. I.. Edmonds of pleasant to the taste and srnell the
ji< omincnlly tnlcul.ttd te alol. i itruth. Il\ercdlo A. E. Harris at Tallahassee or l<> for >genlly ajtnajs
JcflTerfcon, Fla., 28th Nov. 18 \9. of this J""iliol cmnol bu controverted, all LIthe K. J. MAYS.N. Quincy, information as regards these Gins or l fibres of the stomach and give that pivfwtenBlJ
'ukeiUp--- I sooner &uf..crl with the headache become B.-If the said: negre is harbored by i a Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Jllakcly P o any planter) from South Carolina! who has used I which a good digestion require. AI .otbiaje>.

Tallahassee, on the 30'Ji instant, a HORSE convinced of it sooner will their sufferings end white man, the extra sum of $4U will be given for and Jtroicn's Ferries, (*a., and Irwin ton.: Ihem.Mar 14 33 n COOPER. be better adapted to help and nourtsk U* esostjU.lion .-

IN Bridle and Saddle. The borne is Gray ; his'I' in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges Ins. the detection and prosecution of the offender.Hickstown. Ala.NLY If : so lher: is nothing more generally bo.-

two hind feet while up to his felfocliN. The own profccsional reputation (Iii this fact. The remedymay ) Madison co.. aug 15. 3 30 HOURS Stags travel frmn Column Leon Academy. l ledged to be peculiarly efficacious in ill UI.llcl
is be had al the apothecaries. ONLY New r In: Trustees of Leon Academy announce to wasting, loss of a ppelite, depressi a"spirilis r
er requested to come forward, pay charges and Lauds for Sale. to Orleans, in splendid Coaches, 1' I indigestion
take him away. Apply at tlil officn.or to In all acidity cr xourncrs of stomach,, : this remedy URSUANT to previous notice, the Apalichicula n u level And beautiful road along the bank of I (lie Public that they have engaged Mr. trembling or shaking of the bu U as 4 Um'.
is sovereign and invaluable a* general /family I. P SHF.FT.U.I. and Dr.Mooxc to lake charge of the ebslinale
SUE I I J. R. ROBINSON. a Land Company now ofiW for sale and ho Chatlahoocl'ee Hiver. Male coughs, shortness of breath, o* soajnar
medicine, it is now adopted by many of the the DAYS OF DEPARTUREFrom _Depurlmcnlof School just established! by them live h.bi ill.
1OTICE.subseiber entry following Pine Land in Leon Connt .
most respectable f e. Il tickcna : in this city.
the
offers for sale his VALUA- THE; ..E PLANTATION on the Armonia lake, of"tomacl physic.Directions or. pioduccs any of the imjilcsHiiu effect 18, 19, 23, 25 26. 34. 35, 36-and fractions uimold 6 o'clock A. M. Mcthoditt School will open on Monday ncxtin time oM I i in all nervous disorders, fits, headaches,weakuoscs -

being the East half of the N. W. quarter of se:.- for in t-ections 5, 6, it, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17 and 24. I From Chat talioochcc, on the snme day same' stsblish) Meeting House. In this nw attempt to heaviness and lowness of spirits, dita?* *r
4. lion two township two, range one, North & Ealt l; UKO accomnany: c.h b.He.! III Town 3 South range ] East: -.actions 1.2,4.I : time after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from ( Academio- in the City, the Trustees earlIelIy"rpe.ll sight confused thoughts, wandering of the Eli4.
the West h.lfoftho N. W. of 1. SIO. M. D., 5 8 Apalachieola, via lola.and a to time pride and invoke the aid of vapora and melancholy and all kinds ef by*>*r.
1
quarter section two r 11.12,13,14,15, 2v!, 23, 24, and fractions of:3 ireelingat Fort (;ainrm I. their fellow
township two, range (.ne. North and EatU A'so For sale in Proprietor and l.velte.r.n and 10. Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. i citizens: they trust that while flour- c"mJlaiou.! arc gradually removed by theu v*?
ivhinv Academies
the Cast half of the N. E. quarter of section throe 20 47 Talaha'e.RANDOLPH l.y In Town 2 South, range 2 East-cection 30 and I to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest around arc liberally supported elsewhere I In sickness ofthetomacifl&tuleflCie3OrO brfrations >
&LKWIS.
township two, range one, Noith and East ; and ---: 31. and fractions of 19, 29 and :32. nnd most expeditious, as well as the safest and them the inhabitants of the Capitol of the ,they are cafe and pow.rfumnd! u a ponfler
; Jcnown the Fuller or Bcmbry plantation.- C Copartnership.. I In Town 3 South range 2 East-sections 6, ', most comfortable way as it inter'f'ctlllae great Territory wil! hence forwaid manifest a more do of the blood, they have net their eilSI In ***'

jk There is I about 160 acres of open land, which, for 1 HE subscribers have this day entered inlo arid fractions of 5, 8, 18 and 29.In Brunswick and Florida Line nt ChalUhooclice'I voted. .interest, in cherishing their own city inlilulious. world! .

) 4 fcrlifity of soil, elcn may be ranked among the I partners.i/! as pcneial, connnisision and f for Town I (Soulh, range 1 West-sections 2!, 30 making a travel of but 30 hours by stage through t For additional particulars of the abete ECCZ? *

best lands in the Territory. Tliese lands lay with wardinj merchants, under the btyle of Mc.iiclil 31, 32;33, 34 and fractions of I I', 20, 27, 28, 35 and the whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, sessions The schokklic of year will bo divided. into four ser Moffal's -Good Samaritan," a copy of maecompaaics
I rmold. %TM. McNAUC.'HT. 54 hours. eleven weeks each: and the the *''W1' be
r in a few yards of the great Armonia lake, which 30.The following medicine- eepy can :
4 pastursg cannot be surpassed in the world. There JAMES: OIUIU. ( whole! Town 2 Sooth, range 1 West es-n For the Proprietors, rates the Treasurer tuition allowed to bo paid in advance lo obtained ol the different Agents who kave "

is alt a new well convenient to Iho dwelling, with Tort Leon, Jan 20 1840 2G ccpl sections 2'j.26. 35 and 36. WILLIAM CADY. of the Board of Trustees. mediciae for sale. .

:4", plenty of cicclcnl water. COPAKTflUKSIIIP.TlfE At 8L25 to $1.50 per acre in current bills of the Chattahoochrc. January !0, 1810. 27 tf Orthography and Reading, $3 I French, German, and..Spanish direeUOM *
.. t t4 Thu porcliascr have from 2 to years indul- Fuliscribcrs have entered into partnership Territory. REMOV:A.L. -.- The above with Writing and Arithmetic 10 obtained on application at the othceZ7S BrOidfl7 ,

,- gene There is now growing a (inc:ciop of corn the firm of J. B. BULL 4- CO., sr'4wi'l These Lands offer advantages for pasture rang THE Subscribers have removed their entir es I. The above, with Grammar and Geography and All post (\\d\ letters will receive jmedW't'

: '-i': un th (arm, railable fur the purchaser.RICHARD carry on the Ixjsinessof MERCHANT TAI cultivation and superior Timber. from their old stand in History 12 lentioiK> -
H. CROW ELL. LORS, both in this ('lace and the city of New Cash payments will bo required for half sections How, to the Now Brick Building on Monroe Berry'r The above, with Greek and Latin and General Prepared and sold, WILLIAM P MoFFA

c.t. 1 July 4. 1840. 49.TERRITORY __ I York. Arrangements IMVC, hern made for a cot a. and smaller fractions of section. All purchasers next door to Wm.H.Wyalt & Co, where they street willcontinue t French Literature, 15 37i Broadway, New York.. ,A.llb.galdedldiOR.f fotade
4 stunt and full supply of C'loths, Cxssimerc!, Vest over there may bo made on the usual: terms of th* in the samo business as heretofore. "& -extra charge fir 10) to these who purchase to sell,agJft. .
.- OF FLORIDA : njs; etc. and a large assortment of Made i is l.4il incash : By order-of Ihe Trustees. AGENTS jof SIIOb
Ready Companythat; l and 1.2 anu 3yeai rs dealing in taddlti, liiidlu Marlingaltt and ito,. -The Life Medicines ma
> D. L. Evans ) Asumpsit Returnable, October (Clothing, and thy are now prepared to accommolitc : for payment of the other 3-4lhs. nutti, of alt descriptions. Also .- A. M. GATLIN. any obIhe principal Druggut In'ethoruf ,e.ytav
S n. S I 1840. < their customers and the public, in any article Lands in Gadsden and Leon suitable exclusively of Harnttt Trimmings. Bills general and assortment Coat march 4, 1340 3-2 boot the United tte..ud the Caa54'

Alfred Evans. > Attachment $50 00. railed (or i in th'jrlinc. One of the prlerl, Mr. for cultivation will also >hj>e sold as usual on application i- Oi* and Riding WMpi, Trunk, CaYpU'Bn .L: CHEAP klOkj&E. SIGN AN- Ask for Moffart.Life FLUe end P1ZS1tiZ

I THE defendant and all othef interested, will Wade residing all orders I New York, will entile them I to to John Cornochan &q. at Apalachicob.or! Valise, Saddle Bag, Hal .flozes&. eke. Mir1ixl ORNAMENTAL PAINTING GLAZINGand.Paper be. sure that fe similie .f Joha MoffaL! ig1Wt

notice of the institution of the abonauit execute promptly and on the most reasonableterms. (he Subscriber; and settlers will be preferred lo the flarmts, Bridle and Top Leolhir, HogtCatft( Morocco Hanging. w upon the label of each bottle of Biiurs orntt

-' by Attachment, &4"i appear and plead h J. B. BULL, p'jrcha.e of their settlements; provided they make I and Shetp Skint. T TIE undersigned most respectfully informs the .- -

berL. at the office Ju.iee Hilliard, on tie TallahasseeNwv. 17.1M8. HKNRY WADK.: their arrangements within a suitable time. I Saddles, Ham",. Bridles and Martingalet) made citizens Tallahassee and vicinity, that he: These valuable Medicines are for sale by
IS
31t day October, 1"4.: -- -- -_ -----. Former purchasers from the Company who are : to order, at short notice. is prepared lo execute, i in the neatest manner BANDOLPH & LEWIS;
.p 19 e DAVID L. EVANS. L. CA RLTONMerchant ; in arrears with their payment, arc respectfully requested WARD & MAY. of the above branches, at abort notice and at prices any -_ fb Q 28 _Tall_****_**'
Sale-A of Tailor. to settle with the Sub N. B. Pe/iairing done in all which will induce those work done -
FoP quantity Spccia-apply .at cribtir. *r with Mr. the above,.article as wanting to rive S
\ tloro of WM II. FRANCIS, 'JOULD respectfully inform the citiiTisof' Carnochan during the season. usual._4t ; may 15 him a call. Country order promptly attended (o. Dollars Reward

I ___lp J 1. 1 Ionr" Itretl. '4'1 of Tallahassee and its vicinity, that he J. B. BROWN iiostenliofer_& Davies, N. B. Paints ef all colors, read prepared and tmAWAT.fronj thCPIt*

NorIcI. returned roU New York with a fre.1 supply of Agent Apalachicola Land Company. COMITII8SIOJV JIERCI1AJV "Fetfrff -'F. *- CLARK (4fi .L.'the .abseriber'ia Gadadea eoa* ft

-. UE flubseribtr I, just received and Cloths, Cashmeres and Vesting, the newcsl Office at Mr. Barnard's, Tallahas5Cr. NEW 'ORLEANS. tf 2 ..

4 T: : for saLa low fo cash. Gonllemrn's fine ofer.I style and the finest fabric which he pledges lo jan4 22 'REFKRENCES. Bond, Esq For Sale, iun dG.org.-iid 1Ygn. Wftlt&W..kftB.oymigtt .

11 Bsvtr' sni Russia Far Hote.Gentlemon'. and Ia those that call on him to have mad up in the NOTICE. .Messrs. Betton & Fisher, AHAND OMU. LIGHT BAROUCHE,. with .

11 dyaCpi.Tr4veIIingTflj.flk., do. Bags;Travel. newest fashion. To pleas the gay and fastidious L DURING my absence from, the Territory, IA I. icrr&. ., Kirlwey complet! for two horsea.by. joari1L
3irIgSr.tC.! and the Subscriber has employed R. R. Pilgrim who and J.HH W. AMTLI auth Tallabu PortLebrt.rcKs.; YM.MK AUGHT.,
a good ass rtnen Cloths CasiCABLTON. are my )- eo. .. ,whe;; .pekefl todd10cw411Ui I4 b9'C
4, a ft ta! ii'i4 CloltaI," will give his undivided t"Lio t tb. cutting ized agents. P. KERR. Mjassrs. Molyneox, VYithrrby, if ;CblLIrtfrpo 0. ; Strayed* L _:.4 sad oo i1oheef :Wr, liar VST,and bad p1eta

'. Deoarment may 29th. i40 44THE Mreh23I840. "'I; : If?ROM Wallter Mills, about the ant of Aprtf r efelohi* ; *
!ac .". iZ4! ? Ocl. thi. H8!. -:- : .. .. > .. .._. J JlMi-Jar. Sorrel Male' I'. &
,, &: : \ iftft.or au. N tlc h Jjn'eu ce, > .J with a vlaia j in the fcee William A ibeat talari oF e 'd*&

.;; .- .'I.r ;pIe 'If cut : Notice.Subscriber -. Co-Partnershtp htreiofoie eifuingrinrihe; t 14ebtCit0tb4..EstofTJM$ \. '*d..l..ofa.beyceioxwitb..car..n fcie left eaeeli. his kavirIr Mrideb& k wfce. Ui liflII
Ilt."iolc 'ts"a.* HOTEl T1IE. inland resirling in New Or. me of STEWART.4 BARNARD, being A.LPerioft1' \locom.ro' .; ,4 b Dt &.. &V oi'A jean aid'..litonfwwd

i t ST. MARKS,Ill teccotlf by .1l_ |bias as a Comrnissiob; AclebanL Any Cot, I dittolvedi by th. death :of: ibf, Irqior p "ner, .a ft. anaMllIe.wnhojIfurthar dalty," and aJJ to.whai a.1 I II be given tot_ ,. the deUterr of.wne or JbothlcJ wall,

; a I "L. :.bcriber. oupe .v: 'ton consigned to him, wiy.be rtldInd person indsptcd the fira ar.queued t? waia the E lato lsnjsbtad) wilU n4 in t.afr..'...Ulm. 'for t eaiL.a!wm ', KWi.or"at Cap(1.fa 3liric1'i.
'__ .da4y.! Apply lo the undersigned. order fur the puIcmsaa'ot provisions, *c. i immediate ettl.m,nt, and JJ IiarjM .cUiffla. wil acljsl.IHDr, or they will babtrrtd :1.11.I a U'E1h SS. t. .- 'C C.W Jo I wifi

.' ar to V.. 'Naulht. will be promptly attended- to. when tie o sani ajf.' J pUu'preientthcam: .. .. AM A 1.tZMDiodiat.., 0wo two horse, JSnJMr t,
I fornisted. W. C MlLLtR. J\DJ'r.-Slltr" ParJar. B'Il.M ,.I34UUt _____
"t. F. GERADIN. f I Markr.Irif aDtII .&c.copIs.J .1 I4
'aS sips If 6 T.u.I1. ,14l' 83', .it ..'1' I (t I', J840 35-, 1 i& ,'V&I I 4: WM.&t -,



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