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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 31, 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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aid Charter.which Mid Bank was incorporated VA : : -----I 1 -l_ aa gout.
the name aid atyle to home and-fes* ;
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By the ;. ... :
thirteenth President
FLORID*,"-And whereas alto, on Lord the one thou. It published meekly at T TaJlahauec Florida.T of the United State'" of Wingen i situated on the southeast was that he was content tariiji bit f res. otV.tueb 1Uf"WIU:'..: cue
day of Fo naUJ'belen of our America. 1.
en act was side of the dividing range which separates I ent state and would there as. beg n ited sypluiistciirvyI.fo"r tcroru -
said eight hundred and thirty-f, us-Fire Dollars per annum, in advance. WBCKEAS: a Treaty 6f Commerce and stop ?
passed by the Legislative Council of the Territory tioa between the United State. of America Naviga and thef lod Hunter's River from Liverpool they wished ; that Bernard. v | was. jT bm'tSSiraiataryho; .. pa h Typentyof V

of Florida, in addition toad amendatory Lo abo the Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. his Majesty the King of the'NelherlamU,was eon ? ,;1 elevated portion under the-process apparently in food, health on' entering the I .imcotnpHci&d, cases and.., ia:three years" V

eaid charter of i corpora o .-AIUI IB the whereas of our, Communications and-other articles for insertion eluded teenth and signed at Washington, on the nine Of nat being about 1500 feet abets rootf ; that they 'Were each and ovary'of WftWWa. & W tt cuM. ..,'

oa Lord the twelfth thoulIDd day ofFebwary eight hundred&DCI tJail1y"no.a" year in the paper most be directed to E WAK. R Gweon forvordasfopifTi. day wf January,:' *last. which treaty'".is word -UajJaraJ, R. From innumerable them present at the opening of tSei-door''after Pr. CI1retber. \'.i"oi. ,1...., h "tbirm-.. _

one ib. Gftt'cnaor sad LejW.ti"Coondl Editor.Letters ..._ TTJ aa._ 0. crack*ted fissures e a_ _nilormr.A __ the eftnirstikta Af tha ean
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ad was pii.id UUIU.U OMICSJ oi America and bit a. < --1"----- '
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ofFIoridafurther to ameiid the of Msjostv ous flame constantly issues visible and six that saidBernard In anassycalt w.D4IU m
ortfle T..rito'1 on business connected with the King the NeUlerlan4., anxious to reguLate scarcely nights agreed to; they saw .
aaid Charter of incorporation as appears by the. liab ment,to SAMUEL S. SISLCT Publisher. esttb- the commerce and navigation carried on between by day, but perceptible by eight a a steady. Cavanagh in the same apparent tie up the fo wox&zk'es' m WJU4 t. .T.1=

.ririnal' enrollment additional of said and Charter amendatory of incorpora.ti.I acts, ofrecord the two countries in their respective vessels,have, .braze. The mountain, has been visited good health at that period as at the commence.. ios w.ants, and'. --' tHus''obtain* f.:iweatlne* V
and said for that .ev.1 r jt.and '-
in the office of the Secretary of the Territory TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, to say : purpose, named plenipotentiaries, that is era! times within the last few years ; ment of the confinement that the biscuits 'a'cure Thb- method of treatment, tup. -

of Florid., as well as by the public statutes of the Tb the Marshal of the Middle District, The President of the United States has would appear that the subterraneous fire, a and the water were not touched, but were in I ported by'ger1 purgatives and sudorific,

Territory ofFloridaprinted by authority of the G Of. greeting : John- ----- -Vo.-.-....'., 1-__.__ 01_It' a.oiiia-.. oi.. .me appointed .. it increases, forms several chasms in tbo sti- tlfe same state after the confinement as be. succeeded in twenty.four' 'hours. 7JM1J--.. '

reraorand Legislative Council of the the Governor same,-And and WHEREAS h heretofore to wit: on the eighth Unwed Slates, and uwvicMiy, his Majesty the King of said the, porincumbent solid limestone rock. On look fore it; that the seals with which the windows Medical Gazette. f '
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whereas legislative also.a Council law was of the pawed Territory by of Florida, on one thousand hundred. in the year of our Lord liDi Netherlands,lIIeruber, Jonkheer, Event Mariu Adrain Mar- one of these, to the depth of fifteen chimney and door were sealed, are the property Inter eiting Slat f1C..4 ;. ndefiitabgatherer >
eight and
the fourth day of March in the year of our Lord ter of Incorporation was granted thirty-two.a by the Char of North ?* lheLbod/, knight of nobles the order of af the the province Nelherland feet, the side of the rock were perceived to of Richard Singleton, sub-inspecter up of statistical'and. useful jnfrmM-

... thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine,autho. Council of the Territory of Florida,to such Legislative persons Lion and his Charge d'Affairs near the- bo of a white heat, like that of a limekiln, J. Lewin, head constable and John Kelly ; lieu generally, has :glsinedl'tot. !Haaards'a .

riling and requiring the District Attorneys of said. a.should subscribe to the stock of a certain Bank United I State. whohaving exchanged their respec while sulphurous and. steamy vapors arose that after the windows, chimney and door had Commercial and Statbtical Regbter,sonse in* ;

Territory to such institute the.requisite incorporations legal proceedi"fi in their to be established in the Towa of Magnolia and tire full po.ers, found in good and due farm, hue from the aperture amidst sounds and bas been sealed with them, they had been put teresting statistics:rotating lathe ftHa ber,vex.
against banking should agreed to the
comply with the provisions of said Charier Allowing articles which might be supposed to ascend frm into a tin box which Francis Green
was given and
reipective districts as ought have incurred forfeiture which said Bank.was te age occupation nativity crib ferdners :
incorporated the AT1CLE
*of their charters by no*tutr,and to prosecute style of 'Tut MERCHANTS' AND Pu by ua"name' BAMK and Goodsand. Merchandise, whatever i. their origin eternal forge of Vulcan himself. On bur. Esq., J. P." I who arrived in this country in; 'JWf.the

the same to effect so that the said Charters or MAGNOUA;-And wbertai also, ui. the twelfth I may be, imported into or exported from the ports -inn stones--- down-- -n the--- cha.r the-.-- nois.. -- A REGULATOR. deal has been whole cocapiled with much labor from the annual .
iMgkt be declared null and void by the judgments day of in of the United by;;rtb0 fail te med to die awuy in a great : of
February, tho year ofour Lord one thousand State from cite the ports of the vat abyss. said about report the Secretary of S.itap.peari -
Courts in Aid District And where. government's tampering with the.
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Jr. proper eight hundred and thirty-two, an act was Netherad. in Europe, in vessels of tho Nether The area of the mountain, over which the ,.from these tables tiui'UaOrWbole cum.
S. of How
Charles Sibley the United did it
Attorney with
Stales the
u, passed by the Governor and Legislative Council pay nu higher or other duties, than fire raging, b at upwards of two currency. tamper cur. ; berof
for the Middle District of Florida prosecuting for the Territory of Florida to amend the said Charter I shall be levied on the like goods and merchandiseso i present is rency 7 Chiefly by a war with the United passengers arriviog to lea.it 74,696, .
aid Territory haUl appeared on this day on behalf ucr and its extent coutinuolly increasing ef whom 70,509 .were Dal ta. of'
of Incorporation--And whereas also on tho fifteenth imperted or exported in national vessel And States Bank, and by taking away its charter. ;fbretga
.fsaidTerritory.and by him tb. Court here is rife. day of February, in the year of our Lord reciprocally, goods and merchandise, whatever a the fury of the vast internal combustion If there had boen no 'United States Bauk, countries, and 4,157 of the.United StatesOf
ea toundeniand and be infonned.hat the satdMCertral eno thousand eight hundred their origin be, from the numerous chasms areconstantly the wkyle number47588
Slid thirty-four an may imported into, or exported augments ; arritedat'. .
Bank of Florida"hath forfeited its Charter and I' from there would have been no tampering. Has
act was passed the the of the
by
Legislative Council of the ports Netherlands in Europe, emitted sulphurious columns of 10,308 at Ne1.'QJ ,0,081 ."!
all the franchise, privileges, rights and immunities 'Territory of Florida from or to the of not this tampering of the .done
supplemental to the said ports the United States in government
smoke brilliant flame the at rhLIaddpbishJl0
thereby coaferred by MOB-UIER, and hath prayed Charter of vessels of the accompanied by a ; 3,949 at-Btoo1antL
Incorporation as appears by the original .I I said Plates shall pay no higher m /re mischief than the Bank did good 'during
"ire/e might issue according to law margins of the chasms are beautified with the residue at other
that a to enrollment of said Charter of Incorporation or other dutio. than shall be loviod OH the like its whole existence We that Gen. place

Mtnmon the said 'Central Dank of Florida" to and said amendment and said supplemental act,of goods and mraDdi.e. so imported or exported in efflorescent crystals of sulpher, varying in eral Jackson Was foolishh may say wick. I Aa to birth 34,213 .were of Great Britain.

appear before this Court, at the proper time and record in the office of tho Secretary of the Territory I national I. bounties,draw backs,or oth- color from the deepest red occasioned ad-strongor 1 10,474 German 7,108. of. France 1,334 of
place, and showcauso] if any it could, why the said of Florida as well as the 1 i i er favors ef nature which orange ed. It does not alter the fact that it was
by public statutes of the in mixture
may by ferruginous to the straw Prussb and 08 of
palest .,2,1
Charter of Incorporation should not be repealed Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the j[the Stales of either the b frutel through the existence of a National Bunk that otbexjMixUx EaropeT
declared null! and void contracting( p.rt. on color, where alum predominates. A black, making the whole number from '
tad : Governor and Legislative Council of the same,- !(. goods imported or exported naional these bad qualities were rendered so destruc. Europe 64'
THERKFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM- And whereas also, a law was passed by the shall also and in like manner be granted yeel goods tarry and lustrous sobtace. somewhat like tive.Ve never loaded muskets into the 227. Texas furnished. 2,440,' Mexico 353f

MANUED That you make known to the said nor and Legislative Council of said Gover.1; directly exported or imported in vessels of the other : bitumen abounds on edges of these cliffs, put Cuba 833, and the West indie as*.Britain

"Central Rank of Florida" and all Presidents.. Di. tho- -- fourth- -- _n day--j of__ .Msrrli__.?.., .in.. ili,..v. j..VWK.. .vl r .Will... UUIUone country, to and from the ports of tb two coantries : specimens of which are with difficulty obtofodnY'owiBg hands of a maniac- and feel safe because the colonies the residue, .y.r.1M fereiga
r.dors. Cashiers and Stockholders thereof that it arms are It is of brave "
thouund good. matter
oight hntdred and thirty-nine, .uth ; being that ia a .con-
undenlo the
intense heat trader foet I
they bf before the Judge of our Superior Court of riting and requiring tho District Attorneys of said the preceding cle. goods shall have 11.... t :siderntion,whether we will make another in.struraent pasaeogenr.r -1'- *

tbs Middle District of Florida for the County of Territory to institute the requisite legal proceed ed in the ports from which sucb'fessels have been at the suffocating quality of the vapors from I which in the hands of some future As to occcpatioa>.,8 ..ropr(

Lion, on the second Monday of November next ings against such Banking Incorporation. in their cleared. te cbasma. No lava or trachyte of any description . u havia none.. bat in fh .IU _mMP aM. itw.,
__ . I tie eral Jackson 0- -- --- --- --
dst. ofthts writ such other time may upset every thing
tbs lithe 0
after or respective uistricis, as mignt nave incurred forfeitures .Artr... -, u to be met with, nor i there any cluded 28,081 females and si portion*of the
Court may be adjourned to, at the CdUrt House of of their Charters Neither again. Now, the Government cannot tamper .I
by non-wer and to prosecutetho pulllbal impose upon the of coal although it abounds 15,160 males under,15
"u" appearance of. :tth
aidCoantyoTLeon, at the of Tallahassee in o i with the if yean tgte,
city same to effect, so that the said Charters might the otler. carrying between ( the currency ; or they do, there is
iiid County,to chow, if any thing they for them- be declared null and void by the Judgment of the ; te. and the porls of cargoes the Netherlands in vicinity. no instrumality which magnifies that tamper- will account for the larger part having oe-';

(lei hive or can say why the said Charter of proper Courts in siid Di.trict.-And whereas Euop or arriving in ballast from any other coun Mount Wingen has evidently been on fire ring into dangerous importance. cupation.. Of the ascertained occupa oos,.

Incorporation of the "Central Dank of Florida" i i.h..14 Charles S. Sibley, Attorney of the United Stat" duties of tonsgo. lab dues, lighthouses, for a great length of time several acres of Take another view of the It is 12,401 appear_to farmenS.gao ni chan."

not be repealed, annulled and made void, for the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting for salvage pilolsfre, port charges of any the part now under combustion (on which case. pretty ;(a, .7,87U laborers and 5,633 merchants (of
aid liUrtiei, immunities, rights privileges and said) hath kind or denomination which generally acknowledged that the administration
Territory, shall
appeared on this behalf not be
day on
imposed trees of the last
franchise, by the .am. conlcrred be seized into of said Territory, and by him the Court here in like cases on national tessels.ARTICLE were standing great ago,) having, a of the United States Bank has been ; ; probably a considerable number are

pouevsUn and control of said Territory of Florida, is given to understand and be inlormed that the in.Il it were, been steamed, and many stones bar bad; bad for the stockholders and bad for the !Americans.) There were also 57Lmarioenr,

lid<] further to do and receive what the said Court said "The McrchuiU1 and Planters' Bank of Mag.. is further agreed between the two contracting the marks of vitrification. When public. Mr Biddle who considered [143 clergymen, 254 'phytkmnn, 2tW"seam-

thea and thereof it and them, in this behalf shall nolia" hath forfeited its Charter, and all the fran. parties, that the Consuls and Vice thl 1829, by Major Mttchel thin blue smoke as- was once stresses, and 208 clerk; the remainder of

eouiider and direct,-And you aro further com' ehise, privileges, rights and immunities, thereby United States in the ports of the Netherlands in cendcd from ad fissures, the breadth a very great financier, is .iow thought I the whole number divided ambox.other .
various
mnded to give notice of the institution of this pro- conferred by non-uKr, and be hath prayed that a Enrope, and recprocaly. the Consuls and Vice ,of the widest about a yard red poorly of. He made a great figure at one branches of .
business.
cft4in:,bl publication hcrcofin some public news. tcire facia* might IBBUO according to law, to summon Consuls! .! of LI .Nelherlandl in the ports of the measuring ; time. lie said it was necessary to make The larger portion
paper in the' Middle District of Florida, for thelilacs the said "Tlic Merchants' and Planters' Bank said mates, shall continue to enjoy all heat appeared at the depth of four fathoms. scarce, and so it came to and appear to be in .the middle.:*earlier .
money ,
of three months from the day of the date and assistance priiege.protectIn Mr. Wilton the roar of the furnace beneath pass periods of.life ,
are :
Magnolia, to appear before thi. Court at the an may bo necessary says merchants failed hundreds under the as only l-18tb or-7,195,
hereof;lid tlutynu make return of this writ on the proper time and place and chew cau.o if any it for tbo duly exercising of their functions, has augmented after a interval of two by above 40 years of age, while l,01a-aN between .

frit: day of the next term of our said Court and of could.why the said Charter of Incorporation should in respsct also of the deserters from the vcne.whether years, and that the stones thrown down pressure. Anon a .committee.composedef;: the ages of 18 aad 40.-tftff York

jvur proceedings thereon. not be repealed, and declared null and void. public or private, of their countries.AgTICLE the chasms resounded to it our most respectable merchants went respectively Suit V"V .
a
WITMSS-RICHARD G. WELLFORD, IV. greater to Mr. Biddle and requested that I ,
THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED mo
j Clerk of our said Court, this 16th day of That you make known to the said The contracting parties agree to consider and the abyss than on a former visit. The wide ney.might be made plenty, and he said, "Let North Eastern Beoadarf Q SiJ ;"
July A. D. 1040. and sixty-fifth of treat vessels of the United seams of disruption-the rocks of solid sand
States and of the
year "The Merchants and Planters' Bank of a -
Magnolia, be it Mr. Bid. I There has d
plcnty"-and! was lately te i in
so.
Am.rican Netherlands money come light ,
1 Independence. and all Presidents' Cashier, Directors, and'Stockholders all such as, being furnished by the stone cleft asunder-the innumerable fractures '
K. Q. WELLFORD die made darkness or l light at his pleasure.If the British "Bo_ of'ties ;
Clerk of
thereof that they be before tho Judge of competent aalherity with ,a or sea-lelter, made in the surface-the falling in of Commons which
tin Superior Curt of the Middle District of shall, under the then law. and regulation, said a thousand merchants must be ruined I '
our Superior Court of the Middle District of Florida I existing the strata the half-consumed trunksof the qaestion bbyondi the poesibifey.of'srn
Florida tot Leon CountNOTICE /. ,for the County of Leon_.on the second Monday be recognised I national vessels by the country to prostrate ,it was done. Jibe said stocks must rise ,.Lv,' La.- UJOIt sub'rn1sz1on
in November next after the date .f this writ which they reflectively belooirKTTCLT trees-the pernicious vapors ring round, and the bulb ., rnrtll ,
or S& in :
FQ ,: :Britain FarSamefll of U1e'
is hereby given of the foregoing pro. such other time as the Court may be adjoun case of Ihi -y.Ii .---- -- "* .I i AJbtJ nojR.f toe.fires J_\ .1 .whibj ., --- ." !; iSfmn&A. v .' -- to xy. = ". -
to all I ? ""
persons mentioned and concerned to, at the Court House of said County of Leon, in vessels, wliethsr orpriute .awful is the country who -- : made some of those to the minb-
taaiL
shall
therein, as I am thereby directed. t hvw, U r rir LoT jublc an appearance. I supposed bj business, held his fortunes subject to the by opposed ,
the Tallnlisjj.eo in said County *
city .t same
LEIGH flEA I). of the aUI.ranc prote some that Mount Wingen owes its character It is try of the day $at Ahe tarreodered
any thing they for themselves have or can say, which would afforded to its own vessels pleasure of Mr. Biddle. a grave question ,. twatj
Marshal of the MkldIeDjutrjctof Florida, *hy the said Charter of Incorporation of 'TheMerchant. like on b to the same cause a that of Hoi worth, in the whether we shall put so t.wfi a-'. the very* territSr we'now ddin ." 'ThIS

Aeg.29..5 by JOHN KACKLER: O. M. and Planters' Bank Magnolia" shouldnot in cases. ARTICLE 11.. neighborhood .f Weymoutb, namely s thacj er again in the hands of any man, whether Will acknowledged on-tha part el the ministry

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, be repealed, annulled aud made. void, and rrtncnises all. rt.o yTv3eflt treaty shall be i in force for the term rain water acting on iron pyrites has set fire he be a wise man or a fool. Without a National .: .
To ike Marshal the Js1k66irr.4iIf liberties immunUio. right r* ? f"a of ten commencing six weeks after the exchange the bituminous shale ignition having once and the acknowledgoMotwat made.ithMelish's
of Middle by the same conferred be seized into possession car.. until to ; Bank, merchants regulate their affairsby .
of and further the .'
before the House Thb
1 : and control of said Territory, and further to end of twelve rtfcation. either of the centractiug commei'ceocombustioni' smouldering or ACtive the laws of trade and the indications whichlie map,, map

W1IERKAS" : heretofore, to wit: on the sev do and receive what the said Court then and thereof shall 10llthi have given to the other notice ofits i carried on according t circumstances. on the surface of things. With a National was the one by which the conmagnener?
parties
day of November in the of them in this behalf shall consider and
and
year it ,
intention to terminsto the same each of the know b Were guided iu settlidtrthe boundaries.T
; Bank what they want chiefly to \he
Lord thounand ,
our one eight hundred and twenty dirc<'. A.d you are further commanded to give Rev. "vS 1J
itielfihe' of AN EXTBAOBIMNAIIY ? V"j'
nine, a Charter ef Incorporation was granted o'itVt notice of tho Institution ol this proceeding, by publication conltatcitig such parties notice to:preserving the other,to after the right James of Clare G.uJ.-Te, character and habits( and opinions of the man \\ will i .& borne! m .cund, in ..readio the
condition, limitations urrl restrictions therein hereof in some public newspaper in the giving expiration ] Huges, who holes the cootroling money powers inhis I extracts below referred
.tha the toby
<*. the said term of ten And it is hereby of a most extrordin : ,, | boundary ..
|1'otdd l by the Legislative Council of the Terri Middle District of Florida, fur the space of three years. of furnishes the particulars hands. Is it worth while for the merchants
agreed that in case such notice this Lord defi.
niut'iallv North and Sir A. ,
turyuff1onidatoac.rttinflnk by the name and months from the day of the date hereof. And that case, that of a man named Bernard Cav- Ferguson-aa '
thereof, shall, at the ary U. States for
and all the of these to themselves cn
* .
ho should beiome Subscribers to the said Bank, thereon, on the firM day of the next term of .il aud months advantages they pouibly secure by. ,
and : ted for three years ten perfect rf boundary now claimed by the Britblv
.
their surcesior and alli&nr.-And whereas 1.1110.el said Court. dotrD.iue. into the hands ef any future Biddle?

the seventeenth day Febraary, in the year of our WITS***.-RICHARD G. \VELLFORD A aTICLF blia.ll be VII.ratified, and the rot, health. without the aid of food of any kind. But if we are to have a National Dank it The minister, Secretary_ rownsend,.express-..
oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirly- Clerk of said this 16th day ol The present treaty I whatever. The matter was by a public V
Court
our ificntion shall be exchanged at Washington, within teste must be upon some definite 'plan. Yet there repudiates that boundary, and .assents, tq
thret,an act wa panoed by the Governor and Legiilalire July A. D. 1840, and sixly-fim year of experiment which lasted ; days and
mot.ths of its dab or sooner, if practicable., : ii in this who could drawa .
six not a man country the views taken of the treaty by the. opposition
Council of tho Territory of t Florida to the Independence of the United Slates of six which he from .
whereof,the rospestice plrnipotentiarie nights during abained
In witness which would be satisfactory to ten
amend said Charter of Incorporation a. America. I plan aqd justifies the adoption a different
appears have signed ihe same, and have affixed thereto all nourishment. The particulars are given _
Ij the original enrollment of said Charter of Incorporation R.G. WFLLFORD, Clerk of other men; and we venture to say there bj '
keal .f their number of boundary &eo hat established by the act of
of the .rml. in detail, and endorsed by a res.
and ofsaid amendment thereof of record the Superior Court wf the Middle Dutrict in at Ihe city of Washington, not a man intelligence who could so. construct .

in the office of the Secretary of the: Territory Florida for Leon Co'inly. this,Done nineteenth duplicate day of, January in the year of our pectnble witnesses, in a late number of iho a Bauk that he himself would have any H74. _- -V.-/. ..
ef Florida, III well as by the public statutes of the Dublin Evening Register. The experimentwas debate
This .
I IAtrd euu thousand eight hundred ai.d thirty.nine. tolerable confidence that it would work well. plsutboiubj.ct bejond.altdoubt
Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the I. hereby given of the foregoing pro- of fifteen
JOHN FOR8YTH. [L.a.] managed by a committee gen. twill"brecoUecte4 .
: Gsvernor and Legislative Council of the sime,- NOTICE a. to all persons mentioned and concerned .. This state ef utter doubtfullness in the mindsof er caviL The act; r774it; .. __.
AUK. MARTINI. [EL. ] asked
And whereas lino: a law was passed by the Govrsor therein as lam thereby directed. [llcmen, and Cavanagh was generallyfour men certainly indicates that the path rs no was passed,r.hf .,MassaAowttswasceasideredin
sad Legislative Council of the said TerritoJ LEIGH HEAD, Marshal And M herea the said treaty has b.n duly ratified times each day, sometimes oftener, in there is no distinct obviously

V ,on the fourth day of March, in the year of our of the Middle District of Florida, by on both parts; and the respective ratifcalonlof presence each time of mart y persons, Protestants plainthat; Mr. Webster said in hb. a' state of.t rebellion' .' ,i. and. -'.-.

Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, Aug.29. 5 b7JOHNF.KACKLEILD. M the same were exchanged in this city and Roman Catholic, if he wanted right way. .speech was passed for the.express purpose pf/Ukio *
of the month between that he the of
of twcnty.third day present the other day thought profits a
aethoriiing and the District
aid Territory to requiring institute the requisite Attorneys legal John ForsytR Secretary of State of the United any thing,or ifhe wished to go home. These Bank ought to be limited, and the:surplus from her at.a punishmenUke very;jUjoda.,now

zediogs sgam.t such Banking Incorporations pro.in States, and the Chevalier Ard. Martini, Charge. were tho only questions put to him. His paid iuto the national Treasury. But this, claimed by Maine, and at Uroe.jclanoed

their respective Districts u might have incurred d'Affair of his Majesty the King of the Netherlands answers each time which are attested bytwenty.six is ef the Massachusetts. _' .
the of their Governments. we believe, a new opinion great man, by ?. .
on part respective '
forfeitures and Catho.
of their Charters by m-Ker< and tof'rOsecute Now therefore, be it known, that I, Martin Van witnesses, Protestants and his whole course of remarks on the sub.' In the Home of Lord

Mirht the bo declared same to effect nail ,and so that void tho bv said the Charters Jud!. Buren President, of the United Stales of America, lies. of.respectability_. u' were L. that.1 _.he L was_ _.._con._._.1 ject shows that be is quite uncertain as to The Earl of Ccrl l&- ",We ',wiihdraw

*>enl of the proper Courts-in said i Districts" ,-And Tallahassee (Florida) icaces. have caused the said treaty to b made public, to tent witn Din prvsni state, hIlL ne w nieu what the powers of a Bank ought to be.- our fleets and our armies. "We Ttctp'noyn.session -
bereas ANNUAL MEETING FOR 1841 will the end thai the same, and every clause and artic.thereof nothi'tg and that he ould continue as be
,Charles of
S. the United it
Sibley Attorney THE observed and fulfilled with good Indeed we do not believe would be possi. 'XVBX CMTMKP by the tiurtcenprovin*
BlaUs fur the over the Marion Course may be wished. All his on-
Middle District of Florida was as long as they
prusecutieg ,
of
ble draw the character National "
United and the clti cn.therLor.In so to Their indeoendenea is verfeci. .
(or said T bath this Wednesday the 13tA January next tho clear audible concise and cu.--- .
rriiory, appeared on day On swers were very .
whereof heve hereunto set Bank half ef this
that
ia in my one theknerchanls city ,T Viscount Townahend ) censured
owned "sewaly
behalf of said Territory and by him the Court and continue 4 day., free for all Horses testimony soil lnr the United Slates lobo sensible. He seemed moro vigorous and an.
h. is given to understand, and bo informed, that Florida, or the lower Counties of Georgia and bund and caused the imated after than before tho experiment.His .- would wish it to pass. The monstrous wrongsof the boundaries as described in the preliminary

the said "Bank of Florida" hilh forfeited it.Charter Alabama.FiasrDAT. afixed of the the late Bank which are developing articles, and imagined that theAmeicaIw.,
,
,and all the franchises and iinrauni- of $100-1 Done at the city Washington address to tho people was rather rapid.-
privileges A Jockey Club Purse themselves from month to month causing '
twenty-fourth day of May, in the ( arp had takau such care te. secure wvhat they,had
lies thereby conferred, by M.-., and be hath Before and after his address his answers were
mile heats.SBCOND
Lord one thousand eight to turn their backs the whole would in the
of end
our men upon negotiated fqf, they
2 year t8kE1aU
prayed that teittfaeUt might issue according to Club Purse of$200- his and his
DAI A Jockey slow countenance sernene placid,
and of the
II hundred and thirty-nine, Of the men who still favor the pol. Canada into their bands. evident
law,to summon the said"Bank of Florida, to appear mile beats. [L. s.J With policy. They had
1 of the said States the looks fixed and determined. regard to
before this Court, at the proper time and THIRD DAT-A Jockey Club Puree for $5003mile Independence icy of a National Bank, every one has so me ly been too cunning for u*ia their negotiation..
place, to show cause if it could why the said ixty-third. his habits through life, Mr. Hughes states Until .
any beats M. VAN! BUREN. restrictions to propose. we can see Why could not some maa fion'Cina4, s
pfevtor of Incorporation'should fcot bo repealed, FouarH DAT-Proprietor's Purse, $200-1 miloheat. that he was much given to prayer and fast.I clecrly what sort of a thing to make, it is respectable Canadian merchant. have been
AM declared Ball and void 6. Entrance 10 ccot.And By the prcideo', On first to his brother and "
3 best in per proposing
JOHN FORSTTH.S ter clary of lalt. ting. certaidly the part of wisdom to wait for more thought .of for the hutiaesa which'Hrk.Os.,
THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COM. the following Sweep-stakes now open the of six days and six nights
sister
MaJfOCD, Tnat yo* make knowo to the said and will be run for, if IA.rt filled, before the The Ba Lgh.-Th Liverpool correapondent observed experiment that he would cheerfully light. We have on iufallable system of reg. wald had.been sent nejotjafij| \tvH.either

"Baak ef Florida" and all the denUCashiers, Jockey Club Raco on the three first dsys. Inquirer, among they as ulation .now at work, more powerful than a did.not knowor appeared ignorant howthe)

DtlAd Stockb.lden! thereof that they be Fiasr DAT.-A Post-stakes free for all ages, trafle curious inventions, mentioned that .consent to a month. Attached to tbo statement National Bank. A system in fact which has country lay, which"'he.had.beeo :t'graaimgaway.
.
bkn ike Judge of our Upperior Court of the : beats Subscription $OO, forfeit |IOO- to be of many the Bude He : are several certificates, signed by a overthrown and broken duwn the Bank, because ." \ .
first Light.
Kiddle District Florida for the County of Leon, run for before the Jockey Club Raoe, on the says number respectably them
JM the second Mcnday Ia November next after the day of the next Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. Do we not live in a age of necromancy, four persons-aDODi which corroborate it rebelled against the system. Let us The Earl of Shtlbmr** Mr., said

date of this writ,or saea other time as the Court 3 Subscribers necessary to make a It ace. and are the men of science the only pure three or clergymen- try liberty and the UMS of trade. We have was chosen because:: be wax.inflexibly upright
be Court in SECOND DAT.-A Sweepstakes for three year no 1 the above facts in every particular. From had most intolerable convulsions under the sad
jnay adjouroed, ml tb* Hpttao the and lawful aristocracy of human nature r had been long .xteasv.Iyengs.ged ,
pity of Tahahassoo and of Leon to show,' old., I wile heats. Subscription $200; forfeit $100; one of these certificates we give the following fictitious W.
County Club Raoe on the The Bude Light is a beautiful -thing in its .system of regulation. cannot ia commerce, and,was well versed. ,m. the
if aa y thing they for tbemselvu hare or can to be run for before the Jockey extract: "
say Club It of light, certainly fare worse under any system or no local of America .
Tallahassee Jockey produces knowledge ,
*hy the eaid Charter Incorporation of the' Bank second day of the next way. a atnhcr "We were' when said Bernard '
to make Race. the is done. present system. Since circumstances have thrown Lord Lo9jthborovgh--; # tinder the color ofascertaimng
f Florida"should not be repealed,annulled, and Racer. 3 Subscribers necessary concealing means whch free will consented to :
.. void, and all liberties Immunities privileges THIRD DAT.-A Sweep-stake for 3 year old., 1 by the Horse exclaimed Cavanagh, of his own us upon the safety of Free Trade, let us at a' oubeary! ,the cbasta likewbe. ,

snd fraachiaes by the same conferred, be oeizodU mile out. Babscription $100: forfeit $50; to be Pail brightly the Guar you can the proposed trial and experiment and even ;least try it.- -Journal of Coat mtrcI.I are extended' to 'twice their ancie1;: ;!

.r.L.-. ,> poseesaioo and. control. .of. .said. Territory. i _and* run for- he/ore. the_ .Jockey. _Club Y..L.Race... r"I'',.on.. .D.the-_third.'t read the clock by m iu' .hie. rplie my I saying. .that.L he.:\would_ _L __stop j L_in__so. _long t'..__as_they=_ I IlUBDr. .aud with tolutie a1te tiniMtfle-:
r\0 Ge ana receive "" Ute said court loan day of Ihe nexllaiianassee JOCMJSubscribers pleaaea ; mill eacn auu every UI uicm uuu- On the external tuc oj living .,_!
; moonshine the land of Nova Scotia is wilhin tlio liu oftbe
cool
aad there i it ._ this to make a Race.Subecriplion as .s
and tb la shall
of behalf eon"to necessary d-a utely examined the feather bed, and pillows, Schreiber Russia.-The summer di. "
sad dtreet Aad are farther.commanded to the above Stakes can be mt4e by Rude I begged an explanation, and .American.coast.: ..j ./ ? ,
jon TallahasseeJockry L" bolster bed clelhs a chair and a table in the vision of the auth r'. hospital lies in a wood
of the
U give notice of tte iostitutio of UTwfnbtkjytMi lJMrddiiusd to the Secretary innocence he .
the ,
pyesode my In Common day
Ii hereotJ.some Mblte Mwspape "ui Club any time before( the l&a day of De. appaty u a into some room to guard against any food being left in where there are so many ant hills that the J -:# .

Us IfiddunQ trict of Florida for the pace of three eember BHI when iljcy will be elaeedj. the.- entry-to give i. ad a brought it struckme the room;> and they examined his bo ly cloths thought itruck him of drawing some advan. Lord NortIiisyincia4raty- ,..Lfind 'C':

oaths from the day of the date hereof} and that be named the evening before the Race. p.ciiliarccdact f en4 the:*flTect, u for the purpose,.and that no; food ,waa or tage from them for hi'pati nts. As ant sand -artid,*-' t; ,.r tha "are' s : co9tndi Mol ...

7" make reUrae OhMS writ and of your proceed. Mr. f. P.QEROW w new engaged 1 the Ma was that of intensely bright rneoa light. could blf.la tlje) .room unknown to them, ex- tincture of ants were of DO-great use,betried .to that ? rt 'c .1' .1P

la tlstosejo. Use'first day of the oszt term'of HOD Cone, *o "laW e the 'QOO..O rPJ '"P 'k b11 injLrodoced into the the. .pt'.t1io
Ii liu1iWoY-
. Ifmna,.. iaCIURD C. ,WCLLFORD.I Uain. Mr. GercwV. .1a J4.. 5J34 e"l. this mr.ad.ii andig'oz ; 'that each and every' ,'pfthem ; .,.wtiJnveteriito.. aathritis.. 'Theantsps.tO : \I )1.'Ud Ar. .

I ,CWrk .foirnU.,Court, thILI6h4y eiwod Trainer and the folleat'eonftdeaen may Mla I a., ,, the S'th, buifouita and water' '"_1116' "-onplacedik ..r" J tT boug.froito.JtW. ,4.'tra.nq; t -
is ia '
% ay ef JaTy A.:D.:U40, asi UM sixty.R. placid hie sjafr maaarvmssl of Horee commit"' Galranio Telegraph use o .U br'o'i .wtnddw cfifcmey an 4 PUt ato bi;' :'''I .U edoT :.. have yMIOW.a4b ,
. ohhick
1II;_on_ "&beUaiWItUM a.d W,. .7J10" BROWN toodoaand BUu&w'eU rsiliiy.-lha can. fth: i r2)"gfl" ;
and whengelrvato and door wefired in the matmer abbrt!*iaU the lliDb'.wmer! anti. __ at
or AIMrla JolyJS tl" ,1re with a: 'topsv Itot e.t1o tb .f
.r'.o i ta the Protestant and Roman Catholic menplacet 4arnioI ; ; i". ffuBft .
jk ;
4 LG.wULTOaDcIrksI. wir b itoaebedi amj1 sucees.rmid4WtBrd ; ., = "
''.. .rior Coor& t & or, ,_ .. orrgu t' 11--" .i. M1;. *uck&3&tcSil"the i ). M1tai.de't _Jl?1U1 '*!U '. 84*1 -" .rft..4 = .i.i1ili eMBBeleT' H W bWei vrliwlo' Eat 'iF .
: ( .n.1, ,Ceamrtoerabip heretofore izIsUig iitdi -1 .. I.. ws. h Drytffe&. 8* _
"T '*M v w u .
af MftMff .
r'' :. the styli and lira ,r scu1 HIITI.j: thud :. IDdo4 ".. : Thdetad jiaJime i ia'dte oburte of tbejsix 4 -' _t _1W' $ k ia Wrrr. &V .. .V j a-t

NOTICE W Ursbytgtvee ef. i! fWifwna' pro- *i dissolved "*. mutual.. ooisst,./', .t. "ft '. V V I.. 1 .. t111b1Qcw4frss4rel. 1Nc.&os...eafeds ''tWU; aPTO Jt\\\
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t uW, f _'d.tj. r&lly,the da w zIdbs 1 ftc. backs, ppydyed by*o..jt .._. ""' Elsar4t. 1'i 1' .a 'r-.z- .. "".. ;. baa i".... .mc.'''' .IeenU9ot party to EMintaw :tfa'integrity. 10. b

-'American* aiigfct hare been: ; .kepi at,suchA &Del Lb.laboring *1 I1IM bsM: T to fa; a,.. ., W&orat. \ ... ; ; !ADuboa( \\s 1 IS r .- )Lonfy port Ocu.B"'" -"Jo --aIM .. :
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djtfanpe u talffet not'J>aT* tempted theo. thr IJ.det...; ::.::ttsuily' ,- *" ""ri I&till'" '' : Tb......,"*'.w oaJc1_p8'L. ..; :. r & ohisCb ....:; ......-y. t if"-:1,.:. AWVftA' C..1CI.JI'.tJn zftr; .
brwV thtl oJ friendship winch: I .... :! .t. ... lJjM. I1tAnti.B.,4'B. 1a3'i' Power.EftttS"frOifl.
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permanency tlganMTatfta. LiIbtk had. Ian ; 'iiber, the '
f CD I7ecekr.4'Wcawiotgo #
wants, at ; M -.-.- ofa iu4enofl G_
Websterin ,
I J betier conceives be ,,191- rf Mr.
one to do. .
every neaesaaryft I Buck.Smith._ _. '- a speech r? '
not suspended. The merchant would...... not.. partofjbe ,baok or ,an szpsfl30 :Tbo flsrrpiit .
.ne uratV 188 .b .
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," ? I I R W.,Putnam, (Whig,) the House of Repreaentatires.It
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Xte Xorxf Advocate,(Dtnadtu.)--* He re.i raise the price of bis, jpercbandicT because I moment they had mad an overiaue.tbey B. W. Gibbs. do. 123. >.. .Wat a iivStalrttrlde nto wrwere for him, Jae.-te.-ct heart and soul.We" wfll!'go oar :dt' tJa, t '.
.
V i counted wA> }Ue QUebec 'late wo* jtof adopted,. he;.;was. _to L be pajd ,in a bank bill!for,which_hemight i would. ba ed.9f.iIb( a return_ ppfeeifbills. 1 rh- "" ..Dvval :OtnjtJy.G. ; about jreionxLlbe: : curteBAy iNo'Hatib.1 had December. "We >
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I .; fad argued thaj: the boundary prescribed bytk have to' wait a few days: to make it as i The i instinct of avarice, ,prompt i nti.B..VIII ..370 beaer-ed.. die U.Statetrrbfere think it time aad j abor
Priest qthaft
: ( ) a b rain, to .
a to .
spent elect
L article- nf the nn Mnt 'treatv. was that .v iUhlA. ,.. ..'.00CIe.. He,Would be ,Jdil4J9 i them.to-provide the proper rewedy before-the I "*8.-Fernandez" **" %*r *do" ISI was no nation i which bad guardW the curren. attempt him. .

'1 1 t least likely to create lu-t9' uneasiness. ," sell- every> article" i in his'store- at the'o- '-I i ill:l effects c )uld be sit by the community at J. B. Lancaster, (Bank Whig,) 103 cy with more care, for the framers, of theconaitutiona Ma,, Jve;time,,.<$-c.- How can 'we I -, ,
: Johnson in his employ our and J labor
Governor ff than .
was very severe 4 I' 22.JUrAT. who enacted the early ia e I
thoee
could be do
if he l Matthews "
profit an4 ordinary price, arge. I ,
Hero of
ry
V. .strictures on the boundaries of the U. States, the Tippeeanoe. 1 W. sba
hard
j in such What objection can there be to such a reform : .. statutes on this subject, were money for do It
I which be said appeared to him! to be not onJy| 11 paid a currency. therefore duly a certainty. ; ;

ignorantly drawn, but: to give away lands, Such a security ns that we have referred as the one contemplated and provided Sanchez, (Anti.B. V. B.) 460 men ; they the EVILS had felt or, aDd A urn Mxunm appreciated they De sser.-" We ,will support \to > I

torts and fisheries, which the crown bad no .to, would thus relieve the people from that for as above It is not, however, exclude Cooper, do 850 therefore guarded ,the currency of the U.I Harrison d (Van. Buren." .1.... i

,. k_ legal power to cede. He pointed out the ignorance legalized robbery that has, from time to time I other restrictions of a minor nature,,that hare : Pelet do 380 States from debasement. The legal currency May,June, 4ci-$ We will '-*-:. 1
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420
1 II Hart, (Anti.Bank, Division,) support:A. ,
those who drew the tc&md
of up are the J been heretofore be and sUrer this Hero of Tippeeanoe and '"
been perpetrated on them, through BUS thought necessary plac. Martin, (Bank, Division, 240 of the U. States was gold ; of the.Tx.""at' c'...
fide. the banking I Jed on banks, in relation to returnS of their a subject in regard to which Congress with all our might. *, I
}pension ot specie payments by : received the ac. was _
have
: s Sir Adam Ferguson declared himself j This is as far as we II
institutions of the state and condition, &c. AU these follow asa had run into folly. 'OZO.GIA JOVZLU.: II I
." that the country. will that the Sena. )
I ready to subscribe to, the opinion, tual returns. It be seen from Congress
1 act of last session gave the crown the power Would not this be a most desirable' reform I matter of course, although they may not be tonal ticket in opposition to the regularly what The engine Banks were not Congress emanating use for remedying ., think December 171839.' We'wotttd utoo i. T 1 I

3 in question, but be nevertheless thought his in the system ? Who is there that will dareto I of such great importance when we have: nominated Democratic ticket, was run on the the existing t evils. Their leg timate the supporting nominee for ARTHUR TA

t_ fnajesty bad efceeded the act, and had gone. say a word against it 1 Who is there that once made it the interest of the banks that' question of Division or No Division. Coop. I I DOwer was. to interdict'the paper of such as Hirrubunr; CoBvenrinn..the Presideoer. 1C 1I

i J farther than he bad any legal or constitution.al will have the base iiudacity to come forward they shall not be. mismanaged. bnks'as; do from being received : -
both j not rpecie ...
Van Buren
Anti.Bank pay
: authority to go. What he meant. w as the er, ( ,) was run on ltfa!. We will support him 1
1,14 /cession to the United States America, of and tell the people that they ought not to have Governor Reid. tickets. Hart, (Anti.Bank, Division,) run by the custom houses. a Here and St.t manaod as '

t a great part of the province of Quebec, and such a security' as this given t.) them ; that The base and slanderous attack on the well in his own county, and may possibly be The whole strength of the government on the subject of Abolition."

t i f ', ,of Nova Scotia. He knew of no authority the banks ought not to be so restricted ; that character of Governor Reid, in the J last Star,, elected. He got more than double of the ought duties to be and put forth to to the compel the paymentof in the December: He advocates a P 1

1 ": whatever that the crown wag invested with, it i id too hard upon the banks to require them I to excite and abhorrence in which taxes government Tariff; and even the faxing of
ought contempt I pure Whig Bank vote in Duval, was legal of the country. (that is gold : many 4I J
J ;. to make that ceaa ton. The Quebec act, the to secure the payment of specie as their bills I the mind of honorable in the com. currency saries of I life. When b the United I
every man 103 for Lancaster. and silver.]
itJ J .onl)' statute in being that fixed the boundaries I and that it will be the best for the Senate, in 1827-28, be opposed all
promise I
L. CanaddfStnted that those boundaries should munity. There is not, we believe, a solitary TilE ELECTION. In the ead the taxes must be paid in ;the of that
people as well as for the banks to let the lat. individual in the who believes in'the of the and the'soon. iniquitous system. These I
legal country
.continue to be the limits of Canada, as long Territory 'Ve have heard enough of the results currency words used on a certain
occasion
,1? as the crown should think proper. lie thought ter suspend when they please, and pay specie slanders of the Star-not even the editor him the late election to satisfy us that there Of'1 er that was brought about the better. would sooner see the street of f Ir

i\ t .something necessary to cure the evil, and to when it shall bo convenient to them. The self. The character of Gov.Reid, establish. be an Anti.Bank majority in the A COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of Charleston covered with grot, than I

: k '" prevent future doubt and uncertainty' ,vhichit' people may rest assured that when they meet ed by a life of upright and honorable conduct tive branch of the Legislative Representa-j the condition of the Union Bank, at different to a modification; or repeal of the I

) might occasion much mischief.; with a man who holds such language as thatto as a Senator from Georgia in the Con. period, thawing it* immediate liabilities law' !"" : ,
I i: Mr. JBdeHsatd-a'few word. in concurrence give our views of it below. The returns ofl
.' them, that he is a knave, sold body and I Sress: of the United States, and as a Judge in those liabilities May.-" He does not advocate
it
1 r-: with Mr..8 ticitor General's opinion as to the the Senatorial election in the West, are Dot I and mean of meeting
riferred i soul to the Bank Paper Money Power.: Florida, precludes all possibility of belief in taken t live Tariff; and that charge made
,tt platter to by the Hon. Baronet, not received. at said periods, from Report
1 t lli'. .. being then undei consideration ; he remark.: But how is (his object to be effected ? Inwhat a slander emanating from the source it did. yet made by the'Director of the Bank. him about seeing the grass grow in Jt J

\, '1 ed, at the same time, that t'. ere was great form or shape is this absolute security! V And on what ground is that slander founded? RErRESxNT.ATIVES.Anti.B'k.. : Daubl.. Bank at Norfolk" &c., is all nonsense and JJ

;i, force in what had fallen from the Hon. Barn to be given so as to be certainly available ? On none,except on the simple fact that Gov, V. B. r: B. full W/Iig. (sJ:'Hn c :=:: (0") fS" c tn1 c:::; =-. (-"). ..... gery. J
r'; fff1 net. It was that very point, the ceition of, Can it be done ? Reid the : :.tII' i ::: :; ; MACON' VXS8KXGKS.December. .
on authority of a law or laws of St. Jobns, 2 ? Oo:1 -
t to ;'I : .eighteen thousand square miles of country to We believe it can ; and if it cannot, we the Legislative Council, borrowed $50,000 Duval, 2 "4 rn '< .? ... C I.? eo.-" .._ 9 .-" He [General Han' ] :
\ be United State that had struck him when r. 0 > ji'1 receive the
a. } I tj er can support ef the
should at once say, away with banks of is. from the Life & Trust Bank, to purchase Nassau, 1 i :- :S8 ::r i-- : ? "
)' be first saw the provisional treaty, and hadimpelled Georgia.
1 Better for the have hese Mosquito, 1 $ |d. rl-
sue. people not to provisions for the volunteers t
in the
him to raise the articles engaged
$ ; as soon as .of the read mention the cir. bank promises to ," if they are to be defeace of the and Hillaborough, 1 O fa E- aa.CO s. I
pay
fp 'j treaty were and Territory ; that some six Monroe 1 &:IIJQ R'0' him to man. He ia a hero and a !
it/.i t l; f. jcurotaace to the house." perpetually defrauded by designed failures on or eight months/ afterwards; hethc Governor) Columbia, JAlachua _coar a..._. -CD -(II ...:..-. ::re. o.a _"J 5=_*:. whom the people delight to honor." j
'
: S. .
: 3 r. Secretary 7bl u1eJad-u He next adverted the of the back suspensions for from -. Coo ::r.: jJ
or by this
part went city to the city of St. Augus. 1 CD C'D c D We have given a sort of
: to the boundaries, the cxtensivcness of . :: fo . .. J
tl, wbich he defended oa of general years at a time, consequent on the misman. tine, partly on account of private and partyon Dade, 1 t- .. .. stract of the sentiments of these ( j
arguments
:: policy.and particular necessity. By the dire: agpmen( of those institutions.To public business. Madison, 1 .I. ++ U*- OS C4i iCs OQloo- journals ; and it would be amusing, I

;; ferent$ charters, be showed that the different secure the certain payment of the bills, It is an outrage on all decency, on all sense Hamilton, 1 I j.$43 'eat Q not disgusting, to see the facility w 1

province had variant! degree of extent toward We would require every banker or bank issuing of right and wrong, on every principle of ho. Jefferson Leon, 2 1 3 .o o ca'o O O O 2 Oj 0 ut I I O'O cyo"5 O O COO these journals turned a summerset, 1I

*::" the Northward ; and as to the line i bills of the nature of bank bills, and per.forming nor, that so foul a charge should. brought Gadsden t I i-i V00 -4d ed him whom they had just before I
.
..
4 h.f: !# drawn by the statute book for Canada in '74, the office of money. to deposite! with against a gentleman of such high characterand Franklin, 1 2 -1 CD p O OCD O 551<9 I 09 i O o> aw ST denounced. I
'. to which the noble Lord had alluded a enCD "oo 1 "o"b "..
t very 4I
> some officer commissioned for that purpose, standing, upon so frivolous a pretext as Calhoun, 1 O O O .1 I O O COO Why did they do this ? Has
44! : ; little reflection surely would suffice to con. _O O I O O 00
(; amount of State stocks equal to the bills that ho had \lishm21on. ..
an I
from 1
gone one part of the Terri. :
t : I iJ-r rince every gentleman that the attempting to 031 .... V changed any principle, or avowed ; I
S :: enforce t1aat.I would have irritated America i intended to be issued. These State stocksare I tory to the other. This -dander l too, comes Jackson: 2 *o. I -o 4..o k oo>.*o* ,*u* Ia.0. ca Qt c .O ot... 3o r I policy, calculated to win over these J
and revived which, still to be considered as the of front an individual who few Walton, 1 I Va "o *
:. thattpirit ofreertfment property a months since, a -a o"-- Not at an.) He determined to 4I
t: ::-a it was now our business to auief. The statute the bank,and the dividends to be paid to them. eulogised Governor Reid in the strongest Escambia, 1 1 I 00 o O 0 to CD Oo o ,0-OQ_O O o 69 coa Had the that nominated him say I

t. f> in question was th. Quebec Act, patted in The power to be given by law to the com. terms ; and we have not the least doubt that : o :: w v. with party
'- .. : 17 1 1 10 to eo o o: toi C1 o o1o I any exposition of principles! or
n 1774 act in Amer. .
-an by relished
no mean
missioner sell such of .CD.a tO C* Q '
to immediately amount the
now slanderer still entertains the I $0 .ao I
ica ; instead, therefore, of reverting tc. that same "The Star does not claim the member from I -i'-j "o'o "cjloO .. ures of policy calculated to
,. stocks as be to redeem the exalted II o o o o o 001 .
1I line, or tie lisa described by proclamation, it: may necessary opinion that he so lately expressed. Calhoun, although he was supported by the I e> o o p o p 00o o o; gia, or the organs of the Stat '
4. : btlls, in case ef mismanagement on the pan Why then the slander ? It is done at the -
had been .
I better the "
; ii thought to FIX A NEW BOON.J Bank Whigs. Mr. Gautier is avowedly a L 10103 I I r.i c> to nomination of a Federalist,
:; "1f and pf the banks, and a refusal to specie for of that hates Governor Reid m -4 COCD !(.> O:) -I CHN *
and bidding
pay clique
f > !,/ tr, jntf liberal. sufh! at the a strong Van Buren Democrat, and owes his Ol _Oi O O CO QD 3.; man, a friend to Internal Imp' '
',. American apprptfd, the bjlls. while at the same time they him. Andas I "iO3 ag, fo clc' "olDT- ? IS
respect
I election to that party. w o o I o o o o ito Proclamationist, and a member of
;. r4 ----- -I- -. __- ."..- _S W'hat reasonable objection can there be to an additional motive, there is a hope to O 0 OI I o o o o o Not
: i i We put one of the members from Escam- tion Society ? it all. The
41; ; TIFE FLOKIDIAN thi 1 It makes the banks do just what they it few and In May 1837, she bad 844 to 0 36
effect
gun by perhaps, a votes; to :!I bia as doubtful. lie is claimed as a Whig by pay ; did not deem it expedient to make I
: I-- & LORlDA : promise on the face of the bill to do. They that no character, howe, er pure and honor. I thr Star. On Jan. 1, 1838, 27 to pay 29; of What It
then

Il I1ctk!! .tlr; : __ _: *--.p.--. ..... u*.....i.. oinnnt-_A ."comp">Iv Jhe) people .p.will... able.-- ,, could escape being- slandered by their i -. =-- -;- "..;*n;ans. On On Jan.Jan. 1 1,, 1939 1840,, 30 12 to to pay pay69 114;; the position change ?principles.It was simply tbe..B&D

, rOll PRESIDENT OF THE U. of their capital is diverted to an investment in We have made enquiries in relation to this Mr. Rives ol Virginia, and Mr. 'Webster 1mApriIR4O.._ 8 to pay 123. Money Power!!"
STATES. :
It t '1 stocks : that is an usual investment for capi. may be considered as the most ultra Bank
f matter, and we have become perfectly sati.s.1 The above
.
exhibit Florida
MARTIN very extraordinary is
VAN :
BUBEN al and If it ;ia found Currency.We
( ; that in banks of '
partisa the
a mor.t day. Such is
.
fitA; ; that Governor Reid did not take a dollar I the dovotion taken from the Annual Reports made by the understand that Pensacola
b; Gov. wfil profitable investment can be made it is a of the of the former, that ho is euthu.i Uo in ... '
(KT:: Reid be in Tallahassee bv, public money with him to the East. u D..Ic. rwl
; t.:i the 15th of next month. Business ef a pub. hardship of which they have no right to complain It has all been placed in the hands of the advocacy the Pet Bank Deposite system, and April, 1840, and published in the public riiie: tUuw* rnr it. o urh,, nWR the tt

: i *;:; lie as well as of a private nature detains him I that they are required to secure the I Quarter Master General and the Paymaster ; a system which, by the unanimous consent o fall journals of the day. It will be seen that the i They have but to sell dollar's .

i. j. ::?t b East Florida. ', holders of their bills and we doubt not, has been disbursed by them I parties, except Mr. Rives, Talmadge and I Ia more money the Bank got,the worse its con. perty, and pay four dollars of their (

4 h44, Reform or the Bank Syetep.n .. And how will this system work ? Does in a proper manner. j I I I fow other conservatives, has proved a most- I I dition. Heaven only knows what it would I the bankVhat! a nice way this f fc fe

,' ?r W 8 have been asked, what reform we not every one see how it will stimulate the The Star has, from time to time made al.1 1 complete failure. Every Whig paper denounces have been, if it had sold the other 8700,000 cunning fellow to make money fI

I. I ?J would introduce }in the System of Banking banks to prudence and caution 1 There will lusions to the fact of Governor Reid leaving|i. it as a failure, and hoots at it. Every of Territorial bonds take hold of the skirts of a bank

.* .: .t now in operation in the'V. States T be no more of those mad speculating loans ;this city at the time he did, as if it had any I I friend of the administration considers it a The Report of January 1, 1841, will nee and follew his lead and do his
made by the banks, as we have seen hereto connection i failure, and Mr. Rives sticks it and I
with the yet by
1'Ei. c There are two grand desiderata in any' bullying and rows occurring I. cessarily exhibit a more favorable aspect. "hen they can manage to depreciate r'I!

l : 4 is system of banking, without frhich it cannot fore. The banks will take care how they so at that time. There is not an indi. 'j i hugs it to his bosom, after its rotten carcase The annual interest will haye'called in a part t to the required degree, sell property
make loans that
when the exigences of com. vidual in sticks in the nostrils of all honest
this
J 44 but: work ill. Modify; it you will, found it community that does not know | intelligent t of its circulation, and its deposttes will up the bills from those whose

,I .t as you plc.-.se, on: a solid specie basis, on merce require a curtailment, the thing- will be tilt falsehood of the- n.inaimintmn---__.._... .It. w..00..- Q.. i J men. I haps. be diminish.n. .--..-ii- hv- nnvmoni." .in.. n.'%'.''' ?IIU"per.,..-::_! : Del them to .Dart.. with. __,_ tK_u_.m_ ,* _and_ _m__
possible. Men will be cautions in the rf r-,1.- r '
of There is
: 'I; mortgage !land, negroes, and ;the public faith, loaned from banks when feel use matter of public notoriety for weeks before. [ something strange in this. It I at 7 per cent interest. We understand it is ;to declare all the time, that it is all JI Jc
they the would
be
money in :
hand who
that the one at all times has
Governor strange
:::1 i still it will work ,injuriously to the public in. of would visit St. Au. expected to get a postponement of the claim promote the best interest* of the !
necessity being prepared for any curtail. gustine as soon he could i I been a davout worshipper of the god. I I II II
as
1! terests, unless lite management or the banks possibly get off. : paper of the United States Bank, which, we .
't' ment which the course of trade and the wants We I dess, but it is still in presume Gen. Harrison's
.
at the distance more who
of one,
one hundred and strange I I is :
t is given to those who will regard the interests tit fifty.i 1 embraced in the item of $341,700 We
I I
of the banks publish the Preamble to the
may require.Here miles knew so short a time before hid been the advocate ,
of it weeks before.
due
of the abroad.
a at that of the Unexpected i j Such a
peoplp 1arge.niorethn
$
postponement will
'.:; .j bank, or the stockholders of the bank, or its then we have three most important business, however, detained him until the time I I of a pure metalic currency, and a total sep. j lieve the Bank for a while. Whether it will re. tion of the Abolition Society in 1I 1w
effects : absolute security to the billholder aration of the of which General Harrison is
; of his departure. government from the a
1 debtors; And Ibis js a.thing not to be ex pec. I I I I paper enable the Bank to resume specie
,r a stimulus to prudence and caution the This payments in relation which be made the
to
on Every honest and system. position he held until the Pet
j r when
% Jed, while human nature remains what it is. upright man ought to the other banks of the South
l:' > II to These two desiderata are- part of the banks ; and a preventive of rash frown indignantly on these vile slanden rs- I i Bank system failed, and thenyes then he steps time will shew resume, the obligations ,he then undertook

.speculations on the part of the borrower. not much I forward as an advocate of that I I i r_____ faithfully performed." cLk
: l t1: 11 :1st. An absolute security to (he billholder; so on account of the injury it doesor system, as an j
i I To :
Ttr < :3d. ,An effectual guard against an excess The second desideratum in a reform is, to can do to the character of such a man as opponent of the separation he had previously {I W the Right, AbOUFII. eZ1 The: Constitution of the Virginia

4 1 r J;: pf issue -egainst any undue expansion of thepurrency. prevent those revulsions in the currency Goven or Reid,I ut from the discredit it brings l advocated, and as a supporter of the par. ;!i of e-beg our readers to compare what'i some promoting' the Abolition of Sl II

[ !p which, at different period. during the last thir. : on the periodical press. It is destructive of I ty whose leaders it is well known intend to Uwtjeadinj' -: Southern Whig journals saidI the Relief of..Free Negroe, er Ip
J .2i .. 1 i I I in relation to:General Harrison lawfully held in mud
ty.five years have involved the whole I establish when he bondage,
com. its character for truth and a National Bank And this is was
1 II not he first ? Is honesty, and when whig
J ( a most dcstlabfe object
b ; first nominated mane
with Purpose
I what
; in ruin Ibe said
inanity and distress. they when Io
; n:;, fl, ,it not right and honest, J fbaf J the merchant or This w that is destroyed, its usefulness is gone. One :: honesty, and whig consistency, and whig pat.1 I banks put the screws to them and the. l rU..I.iaI.K: I"I
partly produced by the measure riotism. I ordered
he already pro such as that of the Star net I II t[ ;From full belief that the "Lord'
:i't ( planter; or the mepbanio or any other la. oily pollutes I them, to the right, about (face a .
t.z z boring man, who, relying' on (he good faith of posed. The bankers will be fearful of issu. the atmosphere around it, but casts discredit The clue to all this is-the Baltimore Con. i iI I j is over all his worD" that be ,& :

I a bank bu received its promise*, to as so ing i a flood of paper that will come back upon and excites distrust in the whole periodicalpress. I vention nominated Col. Johnson for Vice I} GEORGIA" JOUKfAJ-- kind :of every nation, language, and I.j

t I v much B oeyr atoukl thus receive pay it? Are t them, and must be redeemed"by the sale of The people see and know the false President and did not nominate Mr. Rives, i.ot January.-yield their The State Right party will equally free, and that slavery in all its' :
their stocks. It support to General Harrison. in all its ,
is
will be to their interest and Mr. Rives degrees, an outrageous
: t (be people, (9 be virtually compelled'to receive be prudent. to hood ; they see the press supported by res. tutned traitor to his principlesand Contending for and determined to advance and an odious degradation of human

:tI o : these; )bill!lj as money, an.d yet be placed pectablc persons, and they feel! that'a regardfor his party. i I their principles, as well as to maintain their That it is inconsistent with the precepts

I ,n the power of 148 issuer of the bills, so that As things are now, it is the interest of the truth and honesty and fairness is totally We find the following in one of Mr. Rives' old landmarks: they will not yield support to Gospel, of It doing unto others saws

:: : he need not pay whpofiver t shall suit his bankers to get out all the notes they can; and l lost BO far as one portion of the press is concerned speeches i... the Senate of 1835. I I one who" is to their success so thoroughly an they should do unto us ;** and that it

: convenience or interest U) refuse 7 Therecannot i if they come beck on them too rapidly, they and they begin to fear that it is the <' Of.all the reforms, social, political or I enemy. only a: moral,but a)political.evil, 1

: .. be but hare only to suspend, and pay when they same With all. economical, required by the great interests of. August $ September._" The State Rights wherever. it prevails, to deprave the

t one answer to these questions. please, and, if they please, not at all. Theyare Such a feeling is distinctive of all the country, that which is most urgently de. I party will and ought to support Gen. Harri. the people, ,to weakea the bonds of
I By"qc1tisecwity"totbpol4pofthe" ) useful manded son. He is with in Aia
and which us I to trade Wand
therefore careless as to the amount of is. ness in the and promises in its accom every thing. discourage ,
:. ilJ''we 49 not mean that, at some indefinite sue ; and in loans have been made to the been press ; when that object has plishment the largest results of utility, security Ja''IU1.ry.He! was a: Federalist during I ratbe r promotes arbitrary power than

.. t time some distant period, perhaps at the wind. rfidents, cashiers and directors of pro. once effected, alas for the liberty and and public benefit, is, beyond comparison the reign of terror, and was a zealous sup. the just' rights and liberties of

ing op.pf the concerns of ihp bank $e may and to the stockholders the banks, prosperity 01! the people The periodical the restoration ef the government to what it porter of the sedition law.", lievwg also that the societies; already

5 receive the ,sjupof the !bill. We meanaomstbjng it is to their interest presf becomes as a sealed book to the mail of was intended by the framers of the constitu. August if Beptmbw.-"He i* not a Fed. lished b other parts of the world,'for
that there should be a flood of The tion to be, A HARD eralist and I the abolition and
.a'd paper. the people. They are as if MONEY GOVERN BeYer'u a Federalist ting oC'sJaery eob.
t more fixed certain than that.} deprived of allmeans : and nev
more it is depreciated, the more euy it is for 'of MENT. er did support the sedition law." 'trade have been of real advantage ; b.r
l.
few, bolder of bonk ) acquiring knowledge and in forma.
biljs conreniently
can Here is
them to pay their bank debt. an object worthy to the ..Jauary.He is festbg unrighteous policy of the f
)M -wait sticb a of time. We do net know tion, for they will believe little or nothing orwhat. most anxious engage a Proclamation'and a
length labors the
The present system thus offers. a premiumto of the patriot and the Force Bill man." iniquityof the other-W*, the'
; (bat SOT can, btjjt! certain we are J that t great the bank operators to cause an they read except as it falls in with their statesman, &c. &c. leave the Bank [of the August 4f September.H He is hers, b bumble hope oi contributing

body,of.tM! peopje with whom (he macs of| and a consequent contraction. The expansion, passions and feelings. And all experience U. States] to its fate, a fate already pronounc. fersonian Republican a a true Jef. to the cause humanity, and the pro

(beurb3lswre feoeraUy foqnd cannot wait. baa the effect. proposedone tolls us that the result of that is, the subjec.tion ed by the voice of the nation, and called for by Righisman. thoroughgobg. State, of: righteousness in the earth have
contrary The loss the
:if of the considerations oursevesunder' the title oil" The
any .
to t that connected with
the
many Jew are rich.
then i
They.Wtt tp_ use ? immedjaUly' for th Jar3iFrom all that, .
.? on the mismanagement_of the bank, falls not ton safety of our free institutions and we can gather Society for.promoting the .
to
bring of his
(daily or; weekly aupport of tbejrar/ .ilies, aae7 the but" the Election In the East. forward their acts ui relation :to slavery,.we do DOt SLAVERY
: people, on banks. They who I We powerful aid in an effort W res. consider him and the relief of' free n
have received
sound
ouht therefore to :haTe-M returns .only from St. tore the .. upon that subject."
absolute get the profit, sustain the loss.when ..there i'I John goernment'to tree constiiutiooal .., orothtrs, 'unlawfully' held in
and Duval Aist 'S r. ; ; .
1 .e'.uhitr "'*t!whn t IbeyTeocire: a. back bill counties, which we give be. character and_ ..destination tbl'of' SIMPLE t, "'r; :?D.If peeciij: nt beruriae'1urpose>> *.
their
a, loss frgti own misconduct.TO low. The result --- -- ,orthodnr___ _and_ ....Inn ..-_ .L_: __L:!_ .
far .
as i&wjtiut, .b. c e 7J'1JJ8. ... shoy: .ia.be. so is an overwhelming U1alD HARD .MONEY GOVERN-. nu" --- "r--w; Iq.4RfPJtC 01 .... ., .. .. :'
t the check thus) ,
# .' (If"- .. given' expansion: oa majority in favor of the AoU.Baa'k; Democratic .MENT." ,.: i .very. ." -.t it 'e eatot, 'tr".L'B U
I. --r,1...,.. "., 1!i.D!? !? !! &n spec 1e the, part of the banks, we,would add the top.ppsfjoa ticket. We have received And Mr. Webster. Id ::18dtMr; J wary.--i'Hb! ;election i 0Udgieaz. .tedamachioo whicb.discbargcs :

t -- 'M9"' ,.. iIl. ..jt.! Jo of all bills ot fire'dollars and under intelligence Web- cendeney; to principle.' )'at.war wUKstUuUoi _WWib...*iu.r w'WrOO'p_ ;:
,p in relation t to aereraj other Jn star was a "herd '' &&Di.COq;., : .. ,
1 pa to ft* .tki; is Mc .tJttrty,..,.. WX, and,, a/Ur ,J few years we 'would J extend the East which counties: ,Iht money avw. He wasoppoaedtoanyconooxioo >; prbcipica which '1... ; LiD... v"l.-t'---"q tibn.rtW: : may)
sadsfitsua that the whole deb. : beWeen, theenmotand : licaca tr..Di i.i ftb (
,
Wsps -- naver 4' Uf p tht
ci ,,!I "M'f.1 ever warred ,
'" tq'II II el' t (dollars. ,againstwjt '1 ,
h ....
... ,' fifj '91 .pp '.'t. t. -. gallon from the Eaat'will be alike i b tharae.ter. ,JlP.'! ,powsrxcptoi .., H.., Drc'R'._ ,. '"," L :). .
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., ; would be that sJJ' .... dlfierea
'K A .!P &o / fcur: '
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t potJ
.10-. 8 1t ( : dwt. .,H' !
I ,.". !'f'''''' q. Q''P.' 1 c! ; ofl .t] ewonl1 ;t ;
4P : 1. rl1i1. ;
+ d'" .c' '. ... -..a.r : 1! :In Hniaborougb the vote' Was even specie ptjiog'ba-dHtf dear \ wmanv.w,*: nBit w*'-uuv
unanimous) B.r.I"'Q6iU&i toewi'Jetrer.OnWi: .. ;
.I ,
the
1 t' .t.. .It...., ,. !'T ;; !.itlJ' i $sdN i ?. "Wbss '''' for 'A"8 '...I ,,< : tm<*hi4, M', W ri5aF84poud. : J. : a.r
I ; ) I JA tbt. : .fP' "" .fi_. iI. ,. / .. .OOJ1.1Mi. I' :p. : .. ._. ,_ ... %...JIa L::.":': ; : ::; '
'l-f. : ,,"1 t. i .l .... ".... : "J" iDe .\W, .. ; t M&fafoJb tr.
t-J .J4
... < ..I P'U Mooro,, the rote wa, .,,fortb>Senate: .. "f Dt "ZM'f- 4-}}. i.t- ___.r'j t= ...:., UO.1baa; 'TV=. cofatacled= ;c4ot..aaa; :: aalf.;
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: .Eti cir -'
soch ; i 71- ._ :. W- aiS lZ. SttRighfsptty wooldbsf' 'i\ttJW.\
193 l'- bank under ;
k x> dreometaoees t.: ; .raage : ,
,, the... w eArooaot. 'jfl ctaula&Mi'oo. .which, .to iAck.7! 18't' rif mbW r pot ri;; ;n = -
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*&o 1ts.)d call the. putiedtr &tteo1iob'r rir itcIerton The in Market.the street is, that tbe.Unioo Twelve- oid, ..1'.i. ..,,, ( .1f-Tnt 9C dy the ,.jI- i'1ft. It .... -- 4 .:-. :'JII : .: .- '.. i da t Sf.
rumor Etue"- &' :. J.a.a _# :
bob fri the N. j "
eilrmct \ _.A.,4
Bank intends to offer; an adraoce of 8 'crUson The Royal Mail sfeamahip I riff iI' JiJL Jt or mL' 1. ;. .-

r_day KorDiDg Nm t Whi& jour.rl all the Cotton placed' under iti oontroU". Miller arrived at Boston oa I ,'. .. 4. -" a.MOft&-\"7 ./ ;
.' U'. .t"- 91Ji ,wr" "."" 4
candid conrc.ioo 011 .It .* .
*
-t' .
I ing. >
It a Liverpool, and hold rery early,and reached the dock tal _._ :
It wifl ship the Cotton to BJIn'.22;. neaLss,5 .en. caviled .away 'prljii *Ilh1Ip' 10.sttin4 Ia eaJL I4.W .:'. '..
between .
connection Wbigim4A1Xbdoosm -a
'I j ituntilJune, or July) and when cold, tbeow. ps eight o'clock, InWoI'the run io ".' o&Jaer.UtUf allrn Ial r rW41t roi h, : ,
)
and while of 121 from continaes in .W. L' C
day.
; ; ackoowlenges benefit of the Liverpool, 31 '.4 -1sr.ssw'ia4 b..bot..eam .
the exchange
is have admmistennc 1. '
deprecates, u tending to the de. ner to Halifax aid 10 day. 17 hour from & ,. :.t_ "' '' Ii-Alf. (* lt. c
jefdit I allowing the Bank 21 per cent for its trouble pool to Halifax. She had the .V.L"UKO mibq a. 111I" "JI" ddtiU .iL. t .;at !.
of our political institutions.flrt control of the 92 .p ,: and 1e, for CAceo Jkam. el &flyd.stkss.j.dated tirp.ithtj1i Iha4'acre.
cotton apl
.c to by !
I.It is expecting get Halifax and 72 to Boston. the 3GtJI.Aprit "1858. "and:d...,.J an.18d.1aeariII 1. bai a SPtt1mIf COLLECTION l ILt

Abolitionists can form no alliances holding out to the Flanter the prospect of get. The President arrived at this Council, mterertf/om .1& Jan.. 1840,"'at ten psrtiiI, per, 7'.: \.. 1c ; '-I.. ..n{' f ',

Jib' party of which Mr. Van Buren the ting high price in June or July. morning at 10 o'clock. This st ,but with. ibem, .Ega.d, ; MOW8 MBSION8.; thI..J".ti1i'.i' -- ...-.. '$ .. .1' .,$. .' It ,'"
that bill inter fer. tbe Ministry ODe Notel-a1ato 10 J.W' :JlWeIt. it .
u be bas declared no I If' out 145 !..keaw.,4t .
This will work well for the Bank and for passe tgere. : he wiD r
bt one hundred &.: .
b the rights of tho South will receive The may ,doI1a-, dated i us January or Ftfesjr/ .
is of .
stockholders who indebt. news greater IMO, due Itt Jan: ra1 apusasdssefvlforsU tbspq.sesotmucslf37.M '
bill tbroa the maybe largely the anrry as 1841, Signed, .. .
And as to carrying that -.
pnctiGE3. I any we have m : ,
Yed'f ,
it is out of the ed to the bank. They will get a good pricefor tiaIti n and JAMES COU& ( give purfedsatls-. ', ,.
r4Tes$ by two-thirds vote years. Every thing wears the & One Note payaUe/6 E gSm,Manning or bearerfortixtdoHart.eaie faction nothing wifi SjTEKTH srbd (of thDpe1i. r
-f--_ _aft_ _h.t .rt.Day be tn. their cotton. Union bills will be .oltntv ] u .JP I-- # j -- -* general, a long and a bloody war, or Februarj '
qIrw i ; councils. To theo Govern. 1840 aDd d.e lit Oct.ewiiaW D D.btendsutsaks his fee*ii1ku: k
national when their is for sale and '
Lpbwt in and WI I I exchange they.can Europe and Asia, although many of Signed : JOSEPH. and he'ezp wynatiin n l sJMbUf Optrar as. :

party therefore, they to a I force the rate almost as they please. But : lish journals insist upon it,.that the the on appoint. One Note made pajaVe to J. W. Hagtn,or to r'f"pra at and>ennanenriaibikqu. .jI.

pea! molt tnsidioaJy. They point .. I what say the merchants to this ? They must ry fighting in the East will Queen bearer doe one day altrrdate and dttrd 3t.t of .Ladies waited oa at their' dernnjsr..itlJr.D. ,
unfortunately too true, that theirjmna."v of : if she March 1835. giencd,,' JOHN"W. GLENN. .residecceal Mn.ChaDdfer'! \ "
inroads bear it with patience, and get their exchange prospect peace. .., that a Al Examination m'dfaaTJeVfcmi*.,*,* Jg > tl7V ; -
.made greater Tke substance of the news is o a Note n.ade payable to E. E. Blackburn.or
-
I than on the Democratic andthstmai I and make their remittances as they can.- the between the bearer for twelve hundred and eighty dollart! atcd Charges of th'e AdelpM HotelST -
soon advanced division of .
as the
from which they should stand aloof J They lost largely last year, and to save them. I' Beet reached the I for the uni. 17th Jan. 1839 doe Ur Jan. 1842 bearing interest I, &pLsn'7'1,1B4O: .#*... 4 : :
test Chinese :
squally dividedthe sue |I' I seas, they republic. at ten per cent per annum from Jan. 1, 1840, payable Board and Lodiojr DY tho day .$* 50 ,( "
be nearly ,j selves this they must tuck 'it the work and battered in .
,d parties would be jeoparded, while year upon down all the forts for Calatrava par .money aud endorsed on the back by Dinner I 00 : '"
of the Whigs them their I people, who at last have to bear all the im.I : Bocca Tigris, and up the Canton E. E. Blackburn.' Signed, GEO. GRAV S..' Supper, 50.." .
;' threw their strength for I I They then landed force and spoken of.- TLe above note belongs to Joeepb Manning. Breakfast, 75 ,
I 1 ning. The merchant cant his business a sent
ensured and that they are carry on the Queen .
would be ; I Canton to that *Tbe Also a Conditional Obligation againct Rebt. C. LodCia. . O. i. .
destroy
ccess support Whig candidates who are :I at a loss. He must either stop-be ru. place. Hurst for the lilies of two lots of land, and Ivo Board and Lodging, T ..ho oopetrnontim. .. .
fleet in the oi .
Mediterranean
.
"ill10 i town IMS in I' I I : S000' w. -
Abolition views ; and we fear theylsucceeded or add the terrible exchange to the price Troopville Georgia with iteveralTeceipu bythsqr. .
raytr Maine ; nearly destroyed Bcirout, drove out the for not., placed in the .iclllcrat'l hands Board without Lodging 1.45 00 -.
too great extent. I lined l goods, and he must be sure to add tians, landed a force and took a letter of for collection. Dated 3d Sept. 1849. M IC by thc fir. 3500.,. .

jntt&Dce, is un Abolition State, and not. : enough to guard against contingencies. These It is also said that Com. Napier has to the edi. Signed R. C. HURST. Children and colored l servants., .half ptics; 'waits
ell the reasoning on the subject, I Also, an Obligation or Bond, gircn The B. servanls full price < *"
yib5tlnding have been carried without the j j I are the blessings of a Real Estate bank con. .several Egyptian vessels, and that Sept. 30. Heeling oflbe Repubhc.or-T, MJa, Mt by County, ;, Hone feed each weal. ,to SO 1'. ,. .

1 could not votes, and the returns show j ducted a la mode Florida I stopped all supplies from going to focus to make atnle oTt ncfbrirth lengac of landf to the by the day, 1 00 per .j..
lid rJ Abolition 'On the other had the French have of the subrcriber, and his receipt for expenses and reord. by the Dth. 23 00p! !lontL
Dat rrery voter was at the polls. North and j The people blame the merchants, the mer. line of battle ships and two war the point to ing Deed!, w!iici! he was to forward me where* Candles' each, 37,1-8 ,. ..

Ltk, fut and West, Abolition movements chants blame the banks and the bank stock reinforce their Meditemanean fleet aristocra live in Montgomery county Texan. fire, single, ,50. ,

on, and at the South the slaves are holders, and the bank blame the merchants ; where their Signed, THO. B HEELING.' S. by the month : 1000 per. ath
81 eang ready at one port alone, thirteen Gentlemen will ,ia all &be .
be by
Also othor charged cases
excited, and we find in one beaten many papers not rccnllcvteJ, and of '
igTet degree because they buy too many goods. They are men of war, to send oft All this by no importance to any. other person but myself. day, unless they stipulate for.* longer ,-, .
|_an actual jusurreCtion.ov all to blame. The Bank for mismanagmentthe said that the Turkish government has ; and this result MAY MANNING.Oct. Accounts are expected.la be stilled at the eod of

\; we will put the question home to our merchants for for sustaining the bank Jn II the propositions of Mahemet AH,that one hundred .28, 1840. srcry month 7 aep'll' ," ., .

friends, and we do it with grief and ter has therefore resolved to victory for the ALSO i. NOTICE. _
Mhueal its improper course, and the people for establishing I of Lost at the time and the absence from tho .
Have you reflected on the dreadful : accede to the terms of the four Congress same phe, following I DURING my Territory Co! i '. .
papers belonging to Charity Manning.One F. Wilson ii'my authorised Attorney '
JJeJoa have to pay Abolition support T : the accursed system. also that he is lying dangerously sick Negroes. Note made payable to Charily Manning or n fact. A. R.STEPHENS.' /

prepared to have the question againLied I Bonds.By exandria. I; bearer, fur one hundred dollars dated in August Of TilUhns, Aug. 17,.!.- .* '-'' :*'
Florida There is
on the floor of COgresi-one cal. In France, an additional credit of no I September 1837,due one day after date. Tin Ware Mannfartorj. *. **
the Statement of the Union Bank.it be barm *
Sate 1 to inflame our passions to madness April 000 francs has been opened to may Signed/ MAY MANNING. v THE Subscriber i continue to carry on the abora,
the for a separation of the would seem that it relied, for the paymentof pay Abe, two note due Charity Manning, onif6tone si in 'all its branches, and keens 'c
d'to pave way creased expenses of the navy and hundred and dollars with credit of forty .
make fifty
a stantly en-hand a general &NOrtmcftt..heh be offers
ol I If done peaceably, are you prepa. its immediate liabilities, principally on the Louis i U still his trial. you doILir!! date ,
rn Napoleon on a day, in a not recollected bull in 1834 or 1835. at wholesale or retail.te sail pu'reaakem : 'ii.- I IWIf
_w incur a national debt of millions of dol. $700,000 Territorial bonds in the hands of Laffrage has been found guilty, and the other note for forty dollars due Jan. 1,1839. ,H. FRANCIS' >,:

in to be laid as a tax on the industry of the Palmer, Dent & Co., of London. What I ed to hard labor for life. sum. Signed, BENJ\N MANNING. Sop 26 9 M, "redr .
of injure your Also, one Nol or Due-bill due Charity Manaiaf
a '- -
to rrooncipate race -
(Belaboring class chaucc is there of the Bank sale of The war in Africa still continues. ,Strayed or SUlext :
better making a : ; to take it for one hundreddolars! dated 183-1 or 1835 as nt>r .J''r
MKBI wbo are more ccmfortably off these bonds ? Little think. When I The King of Holland has all recollected. Signed FROM: the lu'-r..bei; il1OtWiaztaot, ,a;
y clothed, and cared for in health, and or nonewe der to marry his former mistress. 3wl4 REUBEN NANKING.marshal's HORSE abwit.-years .4d, firarUea
better attended in sickness, than a ve.ntarfe ihe great, rich and powerful state of N.York impair your lands high branded on the foil bolder *Ufc>JJaa.
An has been made Sale.B .
proportion of our laboring classes ? has to sell her 5 per cents at 80, what chance dockyards attempt at Sheerness and at to ; it will do T virtue of two writs of fieri faiis, issued out letter O belonged, black mane to Mr and W.TajIor.tail. The .A liberal>On ,fcrnerlj reward ,

it prepared, after all this is d .ne, to Florida have of her 6 centsat of Leon Superior Court and to me directed will .
you can selling per This line of battle ship Talavra, nod be given for &; .s'th. aid .
make one the suit of Mailland
a at Kennedy Co.. J.
you vs.
BOiri heavy amount of annual taxation to 1007 The Bank must look about for some gate Imogene, have b een burnt. to take it L.& C. Demilly/'and the other at the suit of WiL horse. to ,\Y Jk-H"KIKDO *..'T 9
;
itself "t 26 9 Jcffmon tlnei,
moon a vagrant population, spreading thing more certain and substantial.We Parliament was to be further iinm Hilliard for the use of the Union Bank ,(Florida J.U2banH.[ -

'our Atlantic cities, and fr-arfully increas. the 16th of November.In ,,. J. Demilly, I have levied upon and on I NOTICE.t.. : .
a our calender of crime / If not done have heard it intimated that an.attemptis commercial matters there has be an example the twenty-fifth day of November jiext,being Wed-.I TAKEN Up and.tolled before W.C. .C&mpbc!

for a servile warS to be made to get the next Legislature to to imitate; iiesday, at the Court House at Tallahaskee, withinthe of the .Pea." for ihe. CaDtJ. .
peacefully, are you prepared change. It is rumored that the Bank usual hoars of sale,shall proceed to sell LOTS Leon oo the 21ft day of AHjtut,1840/bj IJ--'J .
the fairest part of the Union T for the cries authorize the Bank to sell the bonds for what land intends to increase its rate of awaken con. NUMBERED THIRTY-SIX, THIRTY-NINE Bar eruot. re.idin; in the second or.,Talfal..

oftb murdered, the ravished, and the de. ever they will bnng. This may account forth to 6 per cent.. This is not FORTY-FOUR, and FORTY-SEVEN in. .the I Strict; of'said County,. a small che tJaa, xrei

feictlett 1 the female and the infant the de. desperate exertions made by the Bank changes are quiet. Consols fell, of foe. you ; to Ndrth half of the Couctjr Quarter:Within the City Horse,.aged about nine fe.,:-.iLIa. oiaUtaddla, ; .
and the horrors from ofT.II.h.-e. together with aU the BUILDINGSand marks, and a.1m all blaze pi his fice,valued atfiftj .
rudioo of property party to get tbe control of the Legislative on receipt of the war news ; they your. IMPROVEMENTS thereon ,rec e4. lol'arf! b/ 'E. L G.'T ltingb jt,8. N. DaoietudJ ..

vhich se bVuik tit anticipation T Can you Council. If they succeed, we have little to 86. At one time their was a ; i'yrL'.: Levied npen'aathe 'prQ. *rti df'the said J. L. :n. Barry iworn.ppraU r>_.whicb uid Hone, i if.
dm unholy alliance with a race of fanat. Demilly and to be sold not claimed within the time .
an ic in the money market. The corn confirm the If satisfy the aforesaid prescribed:feftlaw,,?
M who would! shrink from no means by doubt but that the attempt will be made. I 25 (. executions according to law. .: will betdTertucd aod'told agreeably,to.lba: act et. '
good being nearly '
*
whIch their ends could be accomplished T and Nothing will be said, however, on the subject I I those very of 1839.; The per of Dated 24th OcL 1840. _. the LeTc ivACoanc-.!suducaM mad-aad pro-'>
importers ided_
.
LEIGH RrG\t/'UW l D.McRAENY.deik. .: .< ,
only) that you may prostrate the present Ad. unless there is a bank majority in both houses. 1 corn have lost a large amount of s. -I Oct24 13 byLFKacai.xaD.M. Sep.;iso. jZu 6' BW..C?: Aai.nu..... : I

nraitration, without reflecting that your next We have heard another intimation that the There was an attempt in the cotton evening at half I .Dollars Reward. BecwAth'i1'1fts.4 ... .,J ,

itep may be on the murdered bodies of your Cashier of the Bank is to make a financial a week before the Arcadia sailed, to House'1 on STOLEN' from the subsctibe.-t SUPPLY of tbi* celebrated remedy for n-- .

Southern brethren I It is an u a natural and speculation to raise: the price of place on the- 12ih instant a very Noted pepiiia, warranted fresh a.d''gTOBiae. Jost _
) it. excursion to London, to set things to rights 8f-e'y. d. dark received and A r.uJo.Itr .&V **
alliance
uhaly ; repudiate they succeeded in raising it i of a bay Stallion about seven ;:0 : -
there, and blow up Florida stock. This is so :. years old,13 hand high his left forefoot nuly 6th,1840 RANDOLPHS LEWIS.r t
Success such but and were just able to sustain it at
acquired by means can will U black the other three is while a very slim "k BBLs. OLD RBCTli-'JEn W I8JC Y- "
eBiiil a curse ubou you and your posterityto I palpably ajob that we think the Cashier ,up to the day of sailing.Bombardment r'4. horse and his form Indicates a very fl..t hone tI7forsaleby f ,MILLER & BOWLES. .A;
HANKEY .
the latest generation-one which will revolt at it. He must be better versed in the and of hr twenty Dollar wili be given for the horse and Purl Leon, 18th Sept. 1840. B' '- .

make the very name of Whig a by.word and course of Florida banking, before he wouldbe I. BeJronte. I F dcvptlch cargo for fifty Dollars for the horse and Thief delivered at Strayed, ..4'. : .

injmacL If you bold the principle of the up to such a thing as that. As Lot Clark I We copy the following important .: o(4..s from the London Morning If Fisher ?: foitnatlUtooge l.M! M.-- '
Thii} of the Revolution' will bear in gence .
you would say he must be mellowed a little T lUh yg Oct 2(). 13 tf. Carty, SUdlarks, and is believed now tOb.14V1

rind that tUe rights of the South were so. before he take that track. His Oct. 3. J| 14 Notice.THE thai neigbl-orhootl. A liberal reward.Will; be gh J
toaly recognized by the Constitution, and I more can PABIS, 'I undersigned! having been appointed Ad f tar the delivery ..f said Horse to-my ROOM 1a tfiia' a

in the best blood of the South was poured : modesty, moreover, would prevent his Imag. I hasten to inform you that the j I, de boi non of. the Estate of city. C PtAI1ER. -:
.
nttt wist in attaining our liberty and inde.fofence. ining that he could make a better out with the Government have received the !! ; Uallct mas Simon Frazcr, late of Leon County, deceased requests '. Tallahassee,Aug' C tf, '
all tdofe indebted to the Estate make
ar.d the first to to
I You will bear in mina that when. bond.i than Palmer, M'Killop, Dent & Co., important telegraphic despatch : I For freight or payment to him forthwith and all those having A Valuable Sugar /k Cotton PlantaUon' '

or the covntry bas been threatened, the who are acting as agents for tbe sale of the MAKBEILCES, Cplon board, demands to present the same, properly attested, foVSole, : -'-

zary of the South hat been the first to tbe Malta, Sept. 27. The ; & FISHER. within the time prescribed. ,J... .'I. ,-THE suhscriber wifl sell his plantation! on the A:
bonds. The made them of "
I purchase by 'ALEX. side of Suw,nce river.at iho Old
hll\" the immiueut deadly breach"-fore-i which left Bayrout on the 20th Oct 21 13. 2m FRAZER Adm. towa
_ '
Madison-coanty, Ffotida. TbU Uad
last 750 bonds, must have let the Cashier wax parcha
that after bombardment of nine
wt always in peril aud in danger ; and if a For Sale, led in 1839, at public sale*,al,a price 200. :& '.::
unification has raised the front of defiance ;. know that tney were sharp, keen fellows that reduced the town to ashes, the HELENA* TWO LIKELY NF.UROVO IFN; .ne U higher than any:'other lands sold "at th&l"tsmen-r.:. .

i(be South, i it was only after excitement could manage a purchase (and of course a evacuated the town in the night, and for I Jbe above twentyfoar years old, 'a first rate They were cefccled with great"care .aDd".tioubli.i

W d driven them to madness. Our sale) as well as financier Florida could lies took possession of it. For fieight or Wanher and Ironer and good plain Cook. Tbe. and he eon federally asserts thaUkey areaottor- ** _
temporary any eld House Servant
other about gtod lauds
is a
The Oriental which Capt.oa board, twenty years passed by any in norida-Lhe'lfPth.: _
I'kijfiiead- and brethren, we say again send to London.Is quiued ORMOND. l"at a young child; both perfectly! heatby.! which consists of.sweet gum;wild cherry;mulberry .

*UK and re ect. There is nothing we have there no of getting over that diffi. the 24th, makes known that the Port Lf'oll. Enquire at this. olhf12: ,3t ot 17 waboo, maple, magnolia, I Jhreeak. and ondeic' .
I much at heart the of the way composing Mahemet AH, had been Wanted. growth cane. 7J L'trct contiias'"' 1 J6 .tt
as success Whig 4 !
culty of a sale at Ah! that The Paper, rbicfa there has been cleared -'
MO, but we f'r "noble endt by noble par par cated on the 21st to his Highness J steady industrious overseer to take charge cf XTS'serea The land -
go A
** cXaincd." Direc'ors, in their Address, said a great deal Consuls General of the Four Imperial a plan'alion with 45 working bands,one who lays one mile on Ifie riY raadlftd a half! miles
t and
And ,
if is
success only toaccomplished Deny : jack, aBout 30 miles from the raoatb wf Ih
I will be exercise
required to a general Superintendency riv.4).
fc about Tattahattcf. Let them Philadelphia instantly struck their and ., Medium.
a flags,
by an alliance with Abolition par. get over the whole place. Apply at ibis Office.Tmlaliaee It[ is never sabjecl to overflow. On-eixtb .&

Ktnents,then do we pray that God may, lawyer, (a Boston one will do-par. ward their shipping. Post ClSce Pa. Oct. 20. 13 If. Mirchaso money to be paid in eaah,.>d LIIet.elaDdf, _
1M The above is the most important and iD fire equal annual iiutalroeots with latemU. :Ij .
mercy send us a complete and over. ttcularly if he has been mellowed by a visit to JLumber.bcr .
will take for part of lie purchase) ,..knalal .
f that could! be mosey ,
IuItg e!&I, AS will obliterate the very England,.) to give his written opinion that a ing intelligence \TW ARD. 100 000, Feet Yellow Pine lorn.. fair prices.: For further parlkulars! apply t ,C* ''1 .
members of the French
14U ,consisting of Flooring
wot nbig, if with it we can only pros. 5&l4t Tallahattee within the let. S. Siblcy Eeqr.Tailahaazee, or to Uw aabvehberat .' -
ut''He-Abolition question, and disperse the par comes said that if the treaty weremade G't' Weather boarding,and framing ; together with St.AugusLiueifbLnaj!, postage to be paid. .

*" threatening by ter and spirit of the law as a sale at par. there must be war. .I'dare not say trading for a every other kind of Lumber just received fromWalker' ALEX,WATSON. :>, ,
our common
country
*nution of the fanatic Abolitionists. We Then, with this in their hand they can sell alarm the public mindjbut Iview it ] B. T. Hagan or at St. Mark.* mill's or at and Port for Sale Leon for on Cash application only tilber to September 26. 1840._ p .,3nti '.

ke the ground of the Star while under the bonds for 71 p.r cent, and according to the news, and I have good reason to do : gives, as has the failed con ALBERT R. ALEXANDER. -Nedee." )..ur !' wi .

fJen'isiOD of M. Noah-an able Snd honesta principles of the Address, make moue) by it The above intelligence has compelled by St. Marks. Oct '-4. 13 3t. ALL thore having claim agarnst tbe' Estate of .-',
:
a shred politician and unflinching complete panic in the city, and ( NEW BOOK AND S.TA.Tl NASYESTABLISHMENT. Metealf rfeceitsed;-:'will pfertt'pre-
an
will but have draw Lu..ilo.j .
They -to oa ) sent them to the Subscriberpropcrly.uthentIcated, '_ _.
alien 1 viz from
*no nearly 1.4 cent, : 14tf .
and per
with him, we do not feel dispo. from New York. and and all who arn indebted to said Flltat ;"nr coins .J.
"""barter away the glorious prospects of at 9 per cent premium, to 86 34. We may also add that THE subscriber has jut: received a WVLL AS- forward and pay the -.

*country lor party success. then from Tallahassee on New York at 30 Consols were offered at 86, and no against John )'of Books Stationary, &e.,. same.t..1 RftIHICKLEY,

Be per cent; and, Io! they get 6.10 per cent pre. Purchasers were however shortly deceased cotiHMting Agent for A. Met calf, Administratort; .r '
BLANK BOOKS : '
nys: We fear from recent indica. : 6. 1840. 2m 6
_
Wil
with
obtained at the ted. aep .
that the mium in Tallalaa"u paperaltbougb tbe bonds price. Medium, Dmi aid Cap,-Ledgers, Journals, Day .... ,.
State Administration at Alba. who
The Monlteur that M. Thi are any .. IVoUee. .. : .
.
says Bouk, I Invoice Books, Record., Receipt Books, :
:. too much inclined to yield to the in. are actually sold at 29 per cent discount!- payment to 'indebtfl la tne.
daie4'Iuaq
I is in Lord Palmeston's hands. B.ink Bonk, Note Books, Bill Cooks-payable and ALL persona : ..
of Abolitionists in which case it !I And with their legal opinion, they can make The Chambers are to be called :ininlralor. receivable.Memorandum Books&c., &c. I ge, ire hereby' requested to sit tie Ut. nsa*4
.
'tiLe and all thuae ,
Decessary at all hazards to counter. the faithful believe that the sale is all fair, ind the 1st December. I SCHOOL BOOKSAngell'a ; immediately Lavisg.4cnandajLl"_ "" J
'18 tIIe influencee ." I, Sdiool Classics, series Noe. 1 to 6.Smith'. I present them- ror.nlecun&- : ., .a-;...
according.. to law. TRIAL op MADAME: LAFFAHOE.- I ._ Arilliinelie and C raoistar.. Weodhrid. Gll rl'll. LJ.II4CKLEY, ; .
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fear his warning voice has been raised J I I If they can get the sanction of the Legis. Madame Laffarge was resumed on issued out of phy and Alia, WilUrd's Geography and Aia., ..up S 2nT C .,, Jauoistralor. f ... .

a'I and in the madness ef pursuit every I lative Council to sell the bonds for whatevercan M. Back made his reply on the suit of Fellows, Olney' Geograp by and Atlas Walkei's Dic oa. I;. YEW: FALL.4- WINTER GOODS.TH ., -::
*** bas been grasped at to lived General. The President Gerardin Ad. rj PI jfair's EjclidDay's Algebra. Valpy Greek' .
ed d promote I be got for them, all difficulty is out of tbe I hare levied Grammar Jacob's.GieekGrammar. Jacob's Greek E soBscribers are recrifinj.by kU axrivale : '., ,
ia.ew. If we are_wrong let the Whig his charge to the jury, who then of November Reader. Adam's Latin GrammarNational Spelling from New. York and Bortorf. their >totk of ..

**7 pek and disavow all connexion with 1 way. They can sell them, and dispose of the after an absence of three quarters of House al Book, Elementary Spelling' Book," Copy 'Bo ks, PALL AND rnin-Ell-GpODSrcpnalaalMflSf.1'c.;-..

tUtiotstsf we are right, then say ".1 proceeds in the same wie and discreet. man. returned into court, and the foreman ot II!,, shall Slatei-, Pencil.. .QypbrciaffcBrokf. ft*,.!{*., sagging, IUpe,PWtoe Negro Cl, t.b.Fnc1'.1'r' *** *, .-.... "' ."
4141 Linens. with a .
4 c.. together .
,.J .,an io its mercy send them an'vtrwbelining ncr as they did with the rest-each accessionof ing the following verdic-"guilty, TWO HUN. 'STATJONART : toj 'M t Slip!. 'and "?
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; a.
; original plan Hudson's, Puller's, A me* and Hnbbard'a beat saeyDry q' Pd* 4a'&I4*' ''' ..
defeat. means adding to their embarrassments. uating circumstance. with all!! the Writing aud. Letter Paper i Envelope Drawingand jeneral t1menforIfoa'ri. ctSBotJi, J iaaa _

Weee it stated that there are sixteen.bun. 'fbe President then ordered tbereon- Wrapping Paper; .Folio
ked Ltzs3avery societies in the U. States, British _kJaa-. large to be brough forward. She, *' Poet and Packet Post Paper, and every other,de- I octl 'ism **. .. i.-..,bi.--. .--
Estate oflsi aeriptioa of Blank!Paper; Maynard fc.Novm% Wanted Immediately5; : -I P
,
mdng Star thinks bad fainted and was in such a state t ?j&r .
The
several hundred thousand mem.J a preference our part, sold to satisfy WalkdeoX a..e ve.,t Kont's BLack I.ks Sleveo'e, flw SIISH01iV! AKKAST & >?% 1JB

I J the greater reason why they should be of the British System of Banking to that of der her re appearance impossible. law.. Blue Ink; rn'piula; anJ .qi&na; Walkdea's and : ? ,*ork, eanfi. ..*.* p wv nfywy j** q >

' hW and put down, and that"we 'should the United States, is not consistent wtth a ident, therefore,pronounced the : ,; Kent'a Red',luk ; German ,Copying' Ink ; Sane plying to lie SuUcrjber at Atljpo'gn' Geo/gia.5'.*

**eU> the alarming extent of their ratnifi.j her absence-hard labor for life, Marshal' boxes, Jnkstaudf, Wafer cup, P..naece and pounce ai ''AAlfBCnKt {vlt *
*** the profession Democracy. 11 showji, joo sure in the ,pillory.' Madame CJ Ln. D. M. boxes. File Presses Black Sand Wafers. of all co. A lpuJps.J. 'JC *Ga. Oct 014'' f'g'-J

j -s dangerous tendency of their the part.of'jhe Star; grp ss if oraoce of- the mains in her dangerous state. English Silver lors and sixes. Sealing Wax ; Prince Albert, Victoria !LOt .01"'Mifilald,' - -
-
( ibaoivn* and Common Steel Pens ; Letter Stamps 'A' NOTE of"haad.for UreorjMw* doHib'gfrcn: :' *
of the.Br4 U System,or ofttb*.prin.ciples The naval and military
>r. I nature at. this.Office, Penknives_. ,, Dcat knives (India Rubber, &c &c. j.by.orpunothES.t eibe .it "
CICgSUC.J
>rr S bear from of Democracy. Under the' Bri ih'Sy.em France continue on a great .. i 'advertisement. ALBO- some time ia January last. Alt., ara "P' .:- .

; COot Washington that our Dele. the of the bankers: The expense attending these !I Blank Bill Paper Bills Lading, Note of hand, EJC tiouad; agakat trading I t.1bt said. .at stJiI' .,.
bis labor of Iove,5 franking whole property imfostiseand France will be co I I change Drafts, Music Pspw, BjpU |;P.fc8f..Playintf I rewvd will be cinatb 6nd**ar '

'H iocomeots, Ac. He ritt. fed is, in most cases-.liable for the whole amountof are i'f__mrdm___,_ 1. Ritd.kA*. n.t"nf fmmlmi *>-..., .w&al.:,w fc July. INtt; ft J.aJW.8 c. w J,. -
loaD sell the
make
to new
quite a or for sat* his
It' aed ,* r" itioeing > I debts of the.bank.. If they miimao.fcgt apparatus compicte. -
the -
; .4:4'w: : -
.at thrown overboard.by lip i tity of wood belonging to the state PlantIiooift. : 1* ; -
r "hg their baaks make speculative loans and a r ; eight miles n1N-T : a
Frieada to make room Sot ojuno ,, I. The Jeo ;_Jna0aM>with 750* The Book pffi4er, -

8. 'h taD ctncsteweSdetidr.aodfeP I q i: inflate the currency, the loss falls on them. with 670 men* .bate sailed for the : direct road to fs also continued, whirt'all kind* of wa kws b. _u. astO GV45 i4 .

J These two have destined to Containing d.4M as expeditiously M Swtof Blank Wr, 1l44Ca ) .
11".1'1. ships ;
and their bills, other 7
obligations ACRES
selves and
. t J4 they cia 1D .ecir.ly 1 rsIyit toe ,French Meditetweta*, fi et, .eq!) *atete r IW out of r.S'riatel'property fqhu t r .
Praise himthat c6.trifj'h
hiI. Ciirtl Hueon. ,Jbe Euplirates acres,:ejeared ia4otdRc&an4 DeckstBok.t r .
J' .
9 the _time c. 'he7.. ; ot'8O under our System. Tbo:property of sutamem bad ir.idyoded'thc of wbb&) *11 tbElnk Bnokc esa be obIalee* : ::! < : aiannci lfh -

# 'tbiak bit WI; oo.Jiot'io'l & bankers is exempt, except what'tbey'pai I' Xeileat; "manned by,600,men, bU..t, yeara>'i5f-CA-: .iMrteetics, ruled anda'ssa44m a* :r oaeeetwm14a -,, ;_ .

or Usting. Wo understand that into tbs bank ; and if the bonk fails_ throagt : filphulppeviDe.theiwa 'l&aG rsYi (e very,eaa'b: deserirv*Mtf* r aaytaVii I r;: H i -e r ,.?

* aot"iIit Florida nea'b! tiIQ their mismanagement t. the* loss falls oa'the 20th:'end aist .' .. J- i' -'
4 IItIt \ l. 'elqib" : ; tIt :
III btmotbo -n p.ptsi CocytenwaeroatforAljisni. '! !. --r *
" that ,
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:: L.. ;- b*. P"P. : v.1l f .ti' l"1 1 if"i ;
-J. .alp Wi Has of is H with' tiu Bank iiioM !.. 1 ioytg .' .
can ten him that ,thereof ODOTM .jfifttt >: < -' w- i -''i. ff.1.j-. -u f' .
ilia_ 4 q ._ & ,rat .. .- W, "it'I '.' ..
J L..a.1..1.. ,th lItl : J&tJ' c rk g thipo5t, sad&SBcW1; unth from & : a4 S WaT7IKaN n.ot1C. "-' b
aMIIf'jJVhP" 1-*-t T' e :. >>M li *i aVMitB? M ttun ; .
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!! t6 C thj ;Ik"" reWbi'R'iocTzcy ':" -l. ; ; .aD tt 'A HAY WARD .I 1t "tJoo .tt ,. --t
.,, l ld.uissLof- J.. < th'.. r. UDco( :t v i- > -< *r. I '_i' 10 IAJ ES'LlIUOlIE. ..e.w
1** .. yr' <, if"'t mstit it Various I TeIlsliaaeeOc&3,1840 10 -


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SI 1 John L.TaylorTnEDeftadaJit :. '

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? JS4tCsatj. :.e.r.t,Cesri.am iiS' C7_., I' .... ....' We*' f&rtt' l.r: W.' IT.IItQjtJAUSUt' -Dnage40OOO ; ".jat3LM. '. 8.IIX.5't1 f" i

I 7)&L the t : and all.ethers interested will :. r. '
hcs.C : .1..t.. .r ) pre* in S..w..Cftat d .14.
.... ; pst.. weT Crtsf Eacaa>bia and Walton CesntsMeAathsCoosutAppesJsstT.IIaMaes. lake notice of tb* institution of the above suit by. I 1 Jt : < -. t .'I'JMM..JIII'1.U. *#
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,. w. &1iluus J .:.m appssr" and plead theretoaccotdioj rtl .ilIa..1h1 _.t
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... I .p&11O; 8 to. l. 3. StSLM.. dMI..iW. .

; ,_. 8M. r. R. .ZAT"A'us o' a..il .3 AUyiforPrCA I at 9 P., flt&.kKng of ..__.' r
S-" ? atfCBmabl : reeoj ed the practioaeaMediciae ta all its. FBOCUUHATlOIf. else,. ". tt

c4I ., *..on1 ?' J .84
.,.. r to 60 eec te the Cjemnanitf. His ofSee ia at SU Mark., Cwcntor of 1M TfmtoTfv of Florid .., I P.II. heWorMltoofbouhb IMa that lit'.A,f.7"
: '-" : h to being afflicted' 1_
1 'fltfltfT" ? : 00ialaraatod at the of 8.C. Speooor.iarylt the at _
dlisaW
CireumsUnoM attending recent at 'U P.M. &. +
Tu. f ,1.u. 1M will ) lL_.2m_: (The.Star will copy.D9. Indian Key lndusiagtbS belief* that both whltapanoM .. acato anwmm.j& q. ant ftIW.' L&.Ld l..

; ; .r:,. .tb* abv* wit by i -eP-u-P PS and asroaa are.leaped with the Indiana aau' : stIP.M. = aM af '. ..;.,.: S .,..

; ,'r'ii.ftI'm armr. and pleai tbereto' bit professional CM to the people in their detertabU watfar annul the people of I -. t
OFFERS H.
A.
: p!+e r w ,. ''B*STONE. County. Office in Montioello Florida I hereby offer a REWARD OF TWO .t" iT J. nono.t r..r.-; .. ;..
.
r ; At.'' the store of William Deakam Co. at.9 r.M. bilious sfetiom1 k I. vnj'b
rar'pr' liver 4- HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the apprehension r I *
: : -..nCB. Iroiitic.lk,May 30 1840. and delivery into safe custody, et each and every Mail-: ht ss>. beiins 1JId.1na If- :..

t IX. J\w da1It PllUcat .ill b. aiJi f.Attorney M'CAltT8 white er black person, .taoklte, who shall be at tf T. M. MWIVTO to be "-

: to tb*ftoaorablethe'Judg* of Gadsdea Coun and CountsUor at Law, foend aidiar or abeUiog, or in any etlur way .. at 6 A.M.' ir Lm cur,asiSftsSSte1rsliefin Lp

I t **,MO S of disaaianon. af tdn&auilordeborais ractico in the Courts of tb* Middle suting the indians in their hostile movements ia- at 9.P.M. :

t ..of tb* MUto of Elijah W.Sweet dec'd. WILL aad ia the Court of .Appeals. Of. euraons, depredatioiu or bolobetie. Matt: bee afectine of tie U"il'

at* .(saId uszotj.I flee at Tallahassee FIs tf april 1*. 140ATTORNMY I call upon all Juticea of the Peace throughoutthe i ftt 12 M. I !.pted ia .

I J nllStt 1 JOHN H. IIODE3.L .JOJ. D V AI. Territory, strictly to carry"into full effect the at 2 P.tf. hait' come' f"rwud.L,_and'-',-.. "
rienc.1
II p ..
taking
Illb 1 II. ,
"IOE. LAW act concerning htrols. approved February at P. IbPl.
AT 1833 and aU Mayors,Inleadaale,Aldermen, Men .! 1840. beeet o( thers. I'tb.1 ir I Us
snoaUw after date, I Shall to the lion.o .
apply
I SIX practice in the courts of Middle and tlle1 resists the Uee of ..
o J WILL ben of Council and other officers pedsinieg to Ci- 0. SUKCY, P.K. ,_
r I ,, Leon Ceanly Court, for letter. di. of Res-
Florida and Court Appeals. tJM
digestive
ties Towns and Villages in the Territory are ex organ pad Ie,
ditra"'ia: .
L auBBory M *4 oo tbe F..tateofl.T. denee. near Gen. Brown's.jan2.5 faae1iqn of the whole
liortcd to vigilance and strictness in the enforcement body.
Johns Ute of Mill Couaty deceased. .ar.
**, been for tb*
2 G paaed
1 ft T both for
of their Police. aajaa,( they ara per "
C THA!UNE JOHNSON
subscribers and ia
t. Br ber Agent P. Ccaa. 9. W.Caraack & ffledtens A. Long, I entreat the innabitants not to dosed their i now an iavalaabi of mIaticTz..)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW homes but to themselves and Arrangeawatj satoriag -. Ii'laa.domoftb.b.dwbth
?sYP <* arm completely, assist .. oD.c. rea

4 |N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE TALLAHAUKC FtA. each other in the defence of their settlement and supplies bid ,11 :0'. ,
ampb
A Block House should be constructed in with paia.w ft MIPPL; DJSTBJCT QF FLORIDA practice in partnership in the Superi errry of tb*luxuries *f the "
WILL neighborhood and every boa. upon the frontier, calaaaDi11 eI iaa.., .- ,
of the Middle and Apalaehicola this daring .
4 IN CHANCERY. Districts or in any other exposed situation, should be protected place .1 the Man*atise ,. 'd.OM S
and in the Court of Appeals. Their situation nor pleasant i strength sad tJae 't
CMiw rfasbj and /topi Fitch. office is, for the present, in the new court house.Dee by a picket or pal wade. Bathiof-Hoeeos are .aJlipJi 'tI
\ should d.reddagestio.,Ta L _
Every citizen whether at home abroad
b Iczzt.r.Itdinrundtrths 21 20Oharles _.
btC.1..d) servants ,
as.t.
be times the attacks of the to =!"tb* most .
firm ,f BeeI.,A Fitch; Edward prepared at all to repel the visitors. pt salutary v& ,, .I'

;.j? C. .& ,Isaac H. Baasett S. Sibley, enemy for none can tell when or where the Seminole Springs. justly Constitatioa relaxed weak er
,, and Rebert Vy. Abora, partnerstrading his professional services as Attorney Indiana may appear. I propert1maBYlll- women, are and** the Hnmfj.
aader the Are of Rich.1 OFFERS at Law, in the collection of Scattered and at a distance from each other, a* others'rcstored THE Lan :, Old f
and
.. I ards, Baesett 4- Abom: JosephBrewster CROSS BILL debts, 4-e.in Middle Florida. He will attend all many of the dweHing.ofonr citizens are, it is i impossible For consumptive habits, ar*soon rit i
a pleasant
as* .
{\ I and Lemiel Brewtter. FORDISCOVERY jhe Courts in the Middle Dibtrict. that the Government of the United Slatts .this oboe OdUab cured... Poverty or.blood.- u4 .
trading M J. If L. firewater; Office in Monroe Streetin the building formerly or that of the Territory,can afford adequate protection b--'w'the adjotaiag wilier* long mesj the fwanilltC& -

.1 aad. Warren KeatbsJMn behalf ft RELIEF. occupied by Win. WiUop as a Book Store. to all Our people must rely much upon i 'chill watery fluid will r.; .

I of Ihensselvae! end each other Tallabssi.ee May 12th 1838. 40-tf fearless hearts and upon guns well charged and in i ,and tb* limbs lie covered .iIJa.
} order. It is notorious that the determined *. s.beaJth
t good .
t idgaent) creditor
I DAVID WALKER
; resistance of a single man has often put many Indianatoflight. .O.PONDER. Nervous disorders of
shell, LnW
virg M COOM
: r--J ATTORNEY AT LAW $G\ RICHARD JONES. vet cans arising fly every bof- '...
.
m ta .
:,('f f.f or.J.J.\\ WILL practice the Courts of the Middle District Finally, I nail upon the people Florida to cherish Lan : and,all tJaa&Iraia et--II. fI.;

Ii l f UrelioaBirra and J. of Florida. His office is the first room to the right among themselves those sympathies which naturally sale the following ar ides.sad trenours,which a* ,

,tHI I n.r.a. over J B. Bnirsstere.inTallahassee,where he may flow from a common suffering. weak the .sCAlar,. aM Ih .'
I TTT appoariitg- to the Judge by affidavit- that the always be found. I ask them to defend ibenaelves,and to help and (pipe* and .r.cask thorn 1im.b..ell d.""cbeerr '.
each and lend their beet aid for
JaL Mid Urelius Birg and. Japul.! Dirge defen- Dr. A. IB. RANDOLPH support other to pnsap.healtJa..J

.. daats above named ar* restdeata without the Territory located himself Tallahassee, of furtherance of the efforts made by the United States For weakness. defieiaaeT ef ntarat ..

pf Florida bat within the Uaited States It HAVING professional)sen ices to the public. in m Ulir---- behalf- and relazatiosj rf UM vaWk,by too ":

b ye coosidoraxl and ordered that tb* said defendants H. is to be found at the office of Dr. J. U. Randolph Given under my hand at the City of St. 4D. ef tke peaeiou aema ...... .
of East this 24th ."
UreUasBiil. and Jainos J. Birge. do appear aad ,on Monroe Street. Augustine Florida JI.and iavalaakJe reawdy.. .
answer die said eootpUiaanta bill I of complaint, z.7v) 42 August 1840.ROBERT ia bbb Tfceee wbo have fc esgN.ds*ia ..1sd _

I 'wiUUafoir BMaUwfroof tbe date of the first publieatiOB Law-Notice. RAYMOND REID, jars are 1a and rolj.j4...

of this order otherwise tbe said bill will Co-partnership hitherto existing between Governor of Florida. nay take Ta Lan alxseoszs __ ____

( : Wtakea precsV***.. It." further ordered that THE P. DUVAL and W*. H. BROCKENBRODGU By the GovernorJ. : A ORMOND. effects sad perse** renarving to ..
7
orFJ rid.
j: thia .order lie pobbabod ia oo*of tbe newspapers has been this day dissolved by mu. ',Hecretary 1840. State or West ladies cannot store a Ban_
pri!tad paboahod at T&II ..in the District tual consent. Notice. *c. taat article bealtb! and H& -"-

P afofeeflM, oooa a ws k, for fir nqoths.Palea WM. H.BROCKENCROUCH will continue to TOLEN from the Subscriber on Saturday night Subscriber. oa Tb toUewbar CUM ar*aawag tba laeaf

) 31ft oar of .A. D. lito.ALFRED reside at Apalachicolppand practice in the Apalaehicola last, a SORREL HORSE, 17 hands high, a band a very handsome cures rtt'"UftDr"UK]

BALCH. District and the County of Leon and the whit hind foot with a large wart jn his sheath ef Watches Jew. 4erMU -

,. Judge of tb* District of Middle Florida. Court of Appeals regularly and in Jefferson a nd I supposed to have been taken by svme pegro. Any Plated Ware Silver Case of Jacob C. Hint, New Wia .,

Test-R, Q. WaiAtoao Cerk. 7 Sep 12_ Gadsden specially employed. information will be thankfully received and libej. Cutlery AW- which County, N.T-A dreadful taly .IIeulaj4
:
'i.t -. A BARGAIN Tallahassee. Nov.20lb. !. ally rewarded. JOHN B. GORMAN. ., for sal oa his usual I UM whob of bis race, aosooaced .. ja.. rzperi 1ae

I July 8 52 l He will receive new quick relief(zoos the as*ef tbe Lift
WILL in the TRACT 8TOB4GE.THE :. I.
BARGAIN
BELL
: ;qt :I: OF LAND, whereon 4 I new reside, laying on4i undersigned having leased one of the Watches Jewelry, Silver Ware Ac. during tile winter. cine, aad ia lee thee tare*swaths was asm

lb* woai aid* of Lake Micosuckee. 90 mile. N, E. & Houses and Wharf lately erected by AUSTIN Jr.*CO. AI lUNG eared. (Case reported,with a weedeamiW. *Ia

TafrebaMM.., in the Cpenty qr Lepn, adjoining I Mus, J. & N. Hamlin solicit a share of patronage D. have removed to the ; ability and prompt. new paaapbbt now ia pre)
Juo D. in theReceiving i i'I country. Case of Tb...Pureell. .' 84 yeits M*i _
tboLaade of Geo. E. Dennis Esq., Capt. store formerly occupied by
.,d Parib aad others containing 640 acres of rich oak ''I & Forwarding Bntineas, Wm H Wyatt,& Co., where TOWLE. wa afflicted 18 years with sweluags a""' -

pas) bkkory, aad nammeck lands two hundred and TAFT & ALEXANDER. they are now opening beau. was entirely cared by taking 42 piJJa l ,.._

4 |." .&" acrat pf which are eleart and under Port Leon. I5tl April 1840 UCABINET tiful assortment of article in this day formed a co Case of Joan Daultoo. ,Aberdeen,QBJSdwaas

-, cnTtitaUoa. A Drier failing stream of water raaaUrrougbthb JflAlUNO. their line, such as Laos under UM name m five years-ie entirely erid-ku sd o>.

t; 4 tract of land. Tba BUILDINGS on subscriber thankful Gold Lever Anchor Cylen oa UM STORAGE Life Medicines for Worae ia children aad fas I I

1q the prealse are,% coafortabto Dwelling House THE past(uour.Respec- dir and VirgeWatches; Rings, as Diamond On. *. tbaai Case a of sovereign LSWM resaedy.

i: Ifegroe .... and Cribs, a good Gin House tifully informs the citizens 7',Ruby, Garnale tfC.; Broaches as Diamond, warehouse Aastia-periodical i aiel..

.: Pott* Qta and Screw. With tb* Land will be Tallahassee and vicinity that Mosaic, Cameo; Enamelled paintings &c. ; Gold ; M and cotton; and free always( relieved by a mall d..-.wlltiRlr

4 ,4 aoU EAyreeven shares of Union Bank Stock and he continues to carry on the Filligree Work Ear Rings and Pins; Silver Ware. prosapUesa; ia th. rum it.

,, i oasall tot ef Negro*, if wanted. The terms wiljt41IberIpp1 ) Cabinet Making business sech as Tea Set,Table and Desert Forks; Spoons satisfaction to all who Case .(Aden Ames-cured eli mwtiantatuaad .

'; to the Subscriber. on the) pre all its variety the old stand Cups,Silver Plated Candle Sticks Cake Baskets, ear*. i ebstiaaU dyspepsia'aad geaerel eeaftn ,
**. .LJlJrE G. LAMB.llHh. of Blsea and Ribold.opposite CastorsTea Sets,Coffee Uios, and 8PftOn.; Cutlery GEO. MILLER Cue of Adah Adaaw. "..e- (bant..

.t- & 1843. 8 I 1St Col. Wyatt's Store,where he Guns and Pistols Cane., Astral Lamps, Mantle JOHN 1. ROWLES. uses gravel, liver; affection, sad general Iii,,

; ; PAINTS OILS *C. "" will be happy to receive orders from his friends and Clocks, Fancy Goods, &C. I l TaHabesee; debility.bad been confined svreayearv wsiaw

8M lbs Whit Lead ia oil, in kegs of 100 Ibs the public generally.I Sideboards Bureau's and furni- All of which they invite their friends and the : .' of from her bed by taking oae box ef pills lad aViti'

; I and 9* Ik* aaxbUoseed oil, Spts. Tarpenline tore of every description made in a fashionable and public to call and examine.Jftc 31 bitters- most JUnordiaary cars-ebe.i n
'
pt vbetaniial ,and reasonable watch repairing attended to. very healthy and robnst veman-.Uc.4 rvbr,
? %: Brusbe, Ate end Window Qliss various, manner on terms and persoaally for Sale. bBsbaad
be strict attention to business Dee 91 99 Sbuoel Adaasavt :
r0TS1Oh hopes by to merit a mater Quantity of i C
RJNDOLTH & LEWIS. and receive a liberal share of the patronage ef thr for bis own cultivation Caeeo1Mm.dger.wii.ri.sepbga.aserly .
Runaway la Jail.
fr"t aimltz to above-renlt the caaw.Caso ..
April 2T183Q _38tfmis ] public. to the Jail at 8u Marks, a Ne plantations! -one,sit of Susan Goodaraar
a
COMMITTED MatrniIwomaa
: t IOTiEirIHE JACOB BLESS.N. Sampson short and thick set, thirteen miles east -sabject 1. iH beak yeuag eevsral
B. All kind. furniture repaired on reasonable about 30 of be : thirteen hocdrcd ymo-i
Subscriber Mr.
requests all those-indebted to' years age says belongs to ..all course of ibo Life McdkJaealMytaaaWer
JaL bi.pa sgrte or opea accouBt to call and set- terms. Nightingale Cumberland blandGeorci. Ha high state of cultiva -U now bale .n4lIwp, .
% Tallahassee 1839 tf )
.t. tie immediately, a* further indulgence cannot be Sept- 7th says he has lived with Mr. J. D. Ryan,near Talla hammock land, with Case of Miss Thomas davghz.r of EiTkoat .
r" five*. All accounts unsettled by the first of Sep To Planters. hassee. The owner f said Negro is requested to and outbuildings cough &D4.lRptaIM. eeoaumtien-.ejr *
tt
.I I lambtr win bat ia soil. IRON SCREWS received by the Schooner prove property pay charges and take him away, or have not been four weeks. Her sister cared of severs,
? j' July IS 1844. ,ta LEVI CARLTON. Ilankey,from Baltimore,are now ready he will be dealt with according to law. ,. Another, about rbevmatbaa ia a 4aflarauatory
t 1. forfdelivery oo pameotofl.be aame. Apply to' HENRY LANDER Jailor. front Tallahassee oat wxxx.
NOTICE Cue '
ofSC
I 4 IS h.r.bygiy.otha1, I shall institute .uit in lb.t June 22 t f _T.R. BETTON.nEADACH'CTsiCIL __.st. Marks, Augnst, 1840. _ of rich oak aad hicko scarlet fever in,8 lvia few-,a"cured by of the a Life severe VrnVaa attack,si

rt Coon,] Court of Leon county,upon a mort- OR NERVOUS'. B. i. BERNARD'S i ia cultivation ; and Cue Harriet Twogood,SaJjnaN.y -,uis
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t made.and executed to Ferdinand Le Tb. extraordinary reputation that Dr. Spohu's Remedy for Diarrh&a Summer ,Unit tea mile from
rag* me, by Dytentery, a very bw state of hearth a year and a WP-fil I
I ,. pleex, vpoo Lot No. forty-three (43)) in the South remedy for this distressing complaint is every day Complaints, Colic, Cramps and &;KH U. iaiar about 2000 aot sped to recorer. Mite T. b now'ibis M
1 half eti- of gaining, U certainly a matter of much astonish I oa.with farm navies .
lbs land.
ailnaU walk
ponfy
of quarter. ,
all the above complaints, this Medicine has about and aa rapidly recovering bMkbnfifc
r ment. That so much suffering should have exist. IN quality for t cul
I r_being in Leon and tbat I shall and
r1 county; a Certain remedy both tu children and strength. .1
: to law, for tbe foreclosure of said ed for ages without any discovery or any medicinal u
'P1Y apeoTjs'ing :adulla. Numerous Case of Benjaaaia J. Tucker
testimonials are given of its severe.CB*.s ,
is a| the natural
of
iljoo this preventive or cure, truly a subject much bridge
fDonrIeUf'Ha pe fibd day which Fever and Agae cored ia .
efficacy may be seen wliere the Medicine is a very short iac
1 miles
but
P Tbl84J CRARLE II BZK8TJL. regret ; Dr. S. now assures the public that south east ofTaJ- .
t Diiecti.s.feleweJ -
sold. etrictJ
Prepared by Robert S. Berntrd Norfolk Vs.i ,
such a remedy has been invented aa will convince ia a rich allavial soi
4
w : For sale in Tallahasse, by c. of ABM* Day AfloctaoM ef Ik*io'after -
the most credulous. The principles which it seat, with
.faa CMfsrcr rae. acts are simple and plain. It is an upon admitted fact sep4 6 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. id"l Florida. greater trying doctor's remedies ia,vain fer a lot
I and. Itipfftar of Lumber for tAe time was cored by tb* Lifa MeaVmra.ttitbadtronbb.
I that this complaint whether called Sick Headache Femj Dollars Reward. moderate prices,slid I

Cftmty of Leon, or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from the AW AY from the subscriber, residing iu i the purchaser '
bi aervioe to those who stomach those who think have the RAN Extraordinary case *f Lyaun Pratt W n',
nl'FEU may pleas* they Nervous county, a very likely MULATTO upon a part of tile afflicted with
,to call apes bira. Charges aaoderato. Headache may rest assured that this organ the GIRL,named Francis aged about 18; says when W BRA DEN. Phtbiic2oyeasssf.dedaperkt
I _irrikce14,1&4O. 33 .&, ia the first cause that the system baa bo- questioned that she belongs to Mr. Fisher. She .cureia 2& bour by tW asof Ute ur.-.

i HE aainaribor wishes to sell several valuable come vitiated or debilitated, through the stomach baa been (or some time in the neighborhood of aa4 H nip. Tbwusaad of penoae affiietsd ia Bk* MMir

T 'TRACTS t>F LAND near his residence and that only through the AIDe channel roust they Tallahassee and ie supposed yet to be about the ( censunily oa band a 'aid have by a jadka vie of lIon" Lm fat*
Pauix the -
,'p ire deeiroos to ntaiabeU capital in labor expect a restoration of the natural and healthy same place. The abeve reward will be paid for her TIlEa.sailable! Mea restored arjsyrooatef

e aa"i,-ffyemsaorlilad with sos satisfactory cred- i. functions of the system. This object.Dr.Spoon's apprehension and all reasonable expenses if d.. Top.eoos and I all tbecoeafbrts of fife. TIsKBsaawpbasaai

1 r+ I ROBERTGAMBLE. remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The livered to A. E. Harris at Tallahasssoe, or to supply of LIME, and totb* tasto asA saaellgentryasttmftfts

: W.I&. ..' J.a-., Ha., 28tb Nov. 1819. truth of this position cannot be controverted and E. J. MAYS.y. I \\ of which, they off r ,fibre of. stOBada.aMiY. thai piupSfJwhich

I 1kRVp, the sooner sufferers with the headache become B.-If the said negreas is harbored by a for bides at their Tan a good dimtioa requires. As aotbinf abe
better &f
5 T&U..I"...oa the 30* inataat a HOUSE convinced of it the sooner will their suffering* end white m.n. the extra cum of $40 will be given for fc GALBRA1TH. adajet.bolpand a.ezihtheteS1
i Jtf$rjdb aajf Saddle... The boNe ia Gray; bis' in restoration of health. Dr. Spbon pledges his the detection and prosecution of he offender. I-if Lion, a* there io aotbia; store geaeraBy ckase-. i
I .
this lOdged to b* Peculiarly efaeaoou ia J **
professional fact. The
reputation ob Madison
remedymay Hickatown.
r >wlhw4 feat wfcito'np U bis ftUecks. The owaris're co, aug 15. 3 HspinU.
be had wading less of *BfrBi *
at the apothecaries. appetite.adJptMa. :
d.M to eaw forward charges. Lands for Sale.
I tab 'bka... at this pay 1 In all acidity or sourness of.stomach,this remedy Academy announce ta .treaibuag or shaking oftbe baads lid SB*.
Apply. oflfc**or to to previous noUce, the Apala- have engaged Mr. .,
'r. is PURSUANT batiaato shortness of bwalfc it osaiaBjr.Uve
.. ..1. 1 J. R. ROBINSON.NOTICE. sovereign and invaluable; as a general 'family Company now offer fur sale and take cbaiWef Use Male coughs, ,
..
I medicine
t it U now adopted by of the ,
many the Pine Lands ;
entry following in Leon County.In established
most respectable families. It sickens the by Item Tb Life MedJdaea wonosffe*aaVn Tw .
never Meson
It __I., offers for ., his VALUA. stomach Town 3 South-Range 1 Eart, sections 7, 16, an disorders, h'I1't"4,5SO1 **'
THE or produces any of the unpleasant effectsof $$8, 19,23. 25, 26, u.33, 36-and fractions unsold BOTTOM ,
1 PLAHT TTQiy on tb*Armoeia lake physic. Monday aext,a the old oa, baatiaea 'aad'lowaeae aaniaTiiH :
?; bsiagrtbm.East ball of &. N. W. qnarterof.ec- Directions in sections 5, 6,8. 9, 10, 14, 15, 1'7 and 24. I Ia this new aitosait to cocfueoal of. the
for each sight, of
bottle. .
use taowblav, wandering t.npon
accompany Iu Town 3
t &" two North Southrange I East-actions 2.40 the
,
Trustee
liaa township East City
rang one. ; E. i ear- aM kiede ef *
SPHON M. D. and all kyiMr
.j
West half of the N. W. auartar section two, Proprietor and, Inventor., ,,5. 8, II. 12, 13, H,15, 2 2,23, 24,and fractiona oUI and invoke the aid of ooeaP'.n.y melancholy, ihstr *.:

iL .vabliItworansooeortbandEut. Also, I For sale and 10. i trust, that while floor- la .=
BT in Tallahasse. by saciaeea of the otoesaci,. -..
E. section I In Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections 80 and.
I. aaarter of three ,supported ,."
: ae 20 47 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.CopartneralUp. lions end
31 .they ar*safe sod pewarfal, as aSr
and fractions of
/ and 19,29 and 32. of the
NortJa East and ]
oai Capita of tb
; ill
tb* UoW hare at tbeir eewl 0
S.N ar lUaibr, taDtatiee.- In Town 3 South range 2 Ead-MCtioD5.6.1. manifest a more de- ,' they
b lied which for subscribers have this day entered into and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and 29. their world
THE
; m* i own city initi-
film iui5&iM
srtOily of spO., .ta .aUt. as geneial commission and forwarding In Town I South,range 1 West-sections 2t.30 For additional particelari el the she's c

,: ,.9.1M T.f1iWj.my ness Isads lay .. merchants amder the style of Mctfaorht 31,32;33,34 and fractious of It,20,27,28, 35 and bo divided into fr ***Mo&aTs Good SanuriUa,"a copy of 1k** '
ft. rsae d. WM. McNAUGHT. : accoaapaniestb* asediciai a copy can ahnj1
nalMsns4traaUmc .r CM ArDaia lake which and the :
great 36The
following L<* US
JAMES ORlIU obuiaoat of 1M different wb '
D. whole Town 2 South Agents
: : a" CBBafe ...u... Tben Port Lawn Jan O. 18.tO GaP Osptsectionst5t6,35and36., range I West ex. be paid ia advaac,to. .ici t.enJ .
aim .weI.v.jtt toU*dtreOsaf,witb1ml Trustees. **
n&er: ...11 E..HIP. At tl.25 to '1..60 per acre in current bills of the Trench Gcnaan aaaV Spanlsk dJrotiiBmsei*
obtained oa applkatioa at the ffieav374 Bse4' yv
I -.altoS aclaI"nen" Subscribers have entered into partnership Territory. Arithmetic
THE 10
c. u. a ca. fit ., the firm of I. B. BULL CO. and Those Lands offer advantages for pasture range .. Geography, end AU pod paid letters will receive iaawdiatt*.;

\ IN .._ r.t will carry on the bwiaesa of MERCHANT rAI.LOaa. cultivation and superior Timber. tona0. "
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; ,t::. =_ .,N 1'1C1I4RD LCROWELL .betla b this place and the city of New Cash payments will be required for half sections' Latin" ;and General Prepared and *JeW by WILLIAM MOffAli

i .L. York. Arrangements .have bees made for a COD and snails, fractions-- of. section--------. Allover ....__ 1' : 37. BcWway, New. York. A tibafaUsMto*
0 t. ,1li slant and full supply Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest Ibeaj1* made uothousuaU.n.oth.---r--- 15 saadtotheawbx> pvrcbaMtoseilagsia,: -1

i : I EUITORT OF FLORIDARatamabM. ; sag.. etc.and a large assortment of Ready Made Coaupany;that is, I-4th in cash,and 1,2 and 3years ... 10 AGENTS- Tbe Uft Medicines nay as*sW 4

It ? ,-k October flothiec;, and tkty are now prepared to accommo. for pay aa at of the other 3-ttba. !! A. N.GATLIi -7 of UM principal Drvnist fa rf *!

p.; qj 1 ) late their customers and the public in any article Lands in Gadsden and Leon suitable exclusively :tborufbaot tb* United Slits* anal tb* Cuaaear.

;.4 Zsi.. ) haont$50 called fn in their line. One of the partners Mr. for cultivation,will also be sold as us.aJ.OII application Ask Me5aiVUiiPUkaWr emixBitlsaM
.1! t TMH Jaai sad all'tWrs wtoreatod. win Wade residiag; New Vork. will enable them te to John Camoehan Esq.at Apalaehicola,or v\UH AX lie amr that a rae aisaiu of John MeAVt'ssfe***'

4 take sties* aftis iMtitotioa of tbe above execute all orders promptly and on the noel tea the Subscriber;and settlers will be preferred( to the ,GLAZING- fa apoa.tb*label of each bottle of BiUacs k* oT

,c .%2)t) by *UchaSe and will appear and plead aonableterma. J. B. BULL purchase of their settlements provided they make '...N'. PUbVbaaapiaaaaai t.Tbee.ft1vablOM.dieiowrefr 'J

4I jWetf.Jlat at tba oflSe W jUie* fajfiard, oats HENRY WADE, their arrangeawnts within a sellable time. LI* taffrfSMtho ,. .
IW ef Oetvb.ri4. Tallahaaseerter. I7.IM8. \& aad vicinity tbat .LUfDOLrH" u, .
Aiy Former purchasers from UM Company who are a* ...
1 r 8. DAVID L EVAKS.I L. CARLTONrJVerehajst in arrears with their payments, ant respectfully neatest asaar,nay ..e m Talkrftlk -.

at Tailor. attested to settle with the Subscriber, .r with Mr. a.1le.and at.- .
.
rr I lbs si ot ,' &OULD respectfully iaforas the dliunaajf Ctrnocha*during the aaason. week den .4.. ... .w .

5 rw..attest. Tf .r Tallahassee and its vicinity, that ae ba J. B. BROWN ,1OIaf'd1 aIzs.ds, to 1nI ".

.-'r'4. L rEamed front New,.York with a fresh opply 0CbtBs. > ..Agent.Apalachioela Land COBMIJ. : essay iesasj .0.N. 1 rI
-* w I : T. cz..ARE.: .
i b. ji n4 Od .is CassisAeree tad Vesting, of the newest! Ofi<* at Mr.E.Baraard*,Tattttasaee.. i 'io7'iIta't3llf -.' :ff--; .
4
6i ja $2
the law* fabric which be -
i o.1e.&p'a. blank style pledge to i named 'f.W- Gesrf
V.-
mi Ya IMj,O.slhess&1 sod It.I MOM Uut eat e* Mat to bar*anade ap IA the KOTICJB.DURING : 11ft.. Be4y ia .I I. g t.,
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JUROUCHX
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the aid fastidious .iib
I #1 Tvuta1 ,. farce* pleas* gay say absencerow UM Territory J. I ; ra'a.a. i
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Uta BaUaarflw Ima emplOyed.R.R. Pilgnjn, who ud,... W.Aaeruc. are M*authoed } bora**.07 met 13IdWtbs ',
trpfitwkia aadlvidW tWaptkw t. lb. arat-- t p. ; WM. JnfAUGJrr I.II ;
( attiag R. -----
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b Owoartawtt .ajrjgth. 1840 44 < .: a, .tr- '- .

; -. : .I'aflhes. cwt. g h,' itaa.flabgaribar '. lVo4cs. I.. :: .,UM first of A. ', fit aiiWZ 1I-
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.' I Co-PanneraitebareUfoie existing inhfce ; a .M .. .... .C"._ r' ,
: ; ? THE .
mm Utaao .w I. I;. Hew Of. : 8TEWAET *' BARNARD, beWdjunotrad WSLT We wr 'I.-filii 1__ n_ "

- eaNOTEL .I. -NV.XorcMnt. 'My. bribe death 'or the ".,partner, elL A tibara la. .nfl. : ,
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.. 0 T41 .!cs$$ by tM .ilV to>U ...wil) t lfenJUUbr ftieetod. teraoaa iadapud to tile ant'arrivonatt***to mak : e... !4 ,- t J1rwi 4 .
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