The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 14, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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fi 1E;wnt,1o t S. SIILE.Pvbisl'.er.'iR1UTORYOV LalJOl1rc. I day. It was expected that iu -=----- V caw nffbelBfyd rfjb.. bdir'WBa- rarcjr is
: .IT. consideration head- -arrived at Tulle in order ,LV I
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Paris Correcpondent National the
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of the .I.olher V Franc nativedcfiwHsri.. A
feelings and health of Mme. L en .reoont r'th. J tended in to
frarge, retnahf of the "r.li. skio 1. A.
FLORIDA, the tho ''I l husband to a second scrutiny.'f I.ia ; "tho ilft ; the,'4ired tazet'of
Intelligencer gives following particulars proceeding would be postponed ; but the From the r"In..t otlOOO"A..ricc .:: 1 Mr. Damad;collector of

T the Marshal of the Middle District,p relative to the trial of Madame Lnfiurge, one jury expressed their desire that they should be J astonishing beginning self- session.widow has displayed. r"r menlI.1 a blood.Irucio Qr.al arltahl, .&ed..ee1rieDt cause;I }tLe first jfetrici of.Pins*wes stringed te&ro
greeting : continued 1, On the 8d inst., "jU.lhai tiatios, sod the .. the with
CrimiaaJ baring eto-
and the criAe Pourt charged
of the most rcmarknblo: of this or judge assented. at the ofbudj, F 1 : ,
the tijlitli any of the trial! mi1ien!
to wit: en age. opening tho Chief Judge ofeapiat'. 1cm NIt
WHEREAS.lnnto-uro Lint I Of At half-paft eight the took cfcff'lJee, "ow the, be led and ;>6cula;d l on th publiC IUes. ..
the year f our We have before published accounts of her judges their icterrpgated her in court for three consecutive many mar fie Idea by wy fI'' V
retribution The
ono thousand eight 'hundred and Ihirty-ifto.i' Char- scats, and tho prisoner was introduced." hours. She I han ora aceou..t J IL.eallaYHDeat or more to tho amount air thousand dollar" V

ler of Incorporation WM franfxJ bythoLetIhhj'0Counc4 arraignment."As: The trial proceeded, and when the femme fect invariably replied with per. .; Iwo u.illion. lr Alncriran fatlUrer" accusrd bore an exc'..ltent diaractar, sad.tru

of Ibe Terrilory or Florida lo racli P"*"* the trial of Madame LafFarge, noticedin de chambre of the prisoner under presence of mid and tang froid. If as cau.o OpprCSliOD and and insurrection 10 band in hand, of an advanced age. During a lonj life Ibis

at linuU tubttribe to Ille .kick of a certain bank, my lesters of the 21st and 22d of July, will iuation, the was exam she should chance to die before the trial is age of the world eft'cct. aroaUid together. In abet was the first at&ia on hb. character. 'The
to he raitbliibed in the Town of M'ffnojis. reporter says : cjosed, or soon aftcr, she will certainly- haviyrants reined with imf'ontr. -
probably bo terminated before that of LQuis the embezzlement back.
or tielim. dated several -
with aJu pror.iot, & Chirkr, "During this discussion, the prisoner whatever f tyranny not resisted unto year:.
which Mid com Dank. y 'II ;incorporated by the name and Napoleon, the latter will obtain the more of peared to suffer greatly. She covered ap her the verdict-be canonized a la blood : The list insurrection,, w&j thl" mernoabte It commenced with the subetraction of. axnall

,trU of Tnc: McucnA.vrs AND Pi.AVrE Btxicor public attention ; and it is likely to be anima. i face with her handkerchief and ocdc de Paris ; and, in case of acquittal and f one in SoUihauon.! Virgmu. beaded by a black sums, portions' of wl.icD..were, from :liroo '"to
'And whcraaa aUo, on they lwrlf.li I grasped her her r restoration to hrallh.not will the patriot n-ckuameJ, i ill Ue .
JkfAO*(u ; ted vastly beyond its intr'usic leaven, by the 'smelling bottle with only con I datur! of cou.inpluoIfat Dornen. tine replaced, so as to conceal the detmqucn.cy. .
iu the of our Lord! one thounnJ a ucriousmovement vjctioyforthie : slavery. Turuc
f Ktbruary year I di Dds be j The na'11O duct
) hurJrcd and splendid eloquence and vindictive spirit of Du j The sitting rc'crsed I .ol 5.lUnd FO h.i 11I11"io His family ex pence'were'shbti a to '
art wa was for
'f'lt' thirty-two uu suspended a short lime. the J7 AS i hat .\Vafinglon.
or sentence remitted ,
but she will be
'rd hy the Governor and Legislative Council of Berrycr. the first orator of France, and one On its being resumed, the : escorted back
jjieTirntory uf t'Joridalo amend tho .aid Charier of the Lilterest enemies of the present goiern- J the, oldie chemists I I in triumph to the capital, and ;! name w ohinff.: I: ,? not in ,he power of all time sc le. Unlucky speculations out of oSce
operation dreadful F
.r"ropoUlioll-And, ; whereas also, on thi lif. ment and Orleans dynasty, who has underta. that was so ,I exalted in public admiration to .the side of the! .lucholJeu! "l'on earth,10 render od'Osllle II:101e were the sola cause betraying him into tho
of February, in tho of our Lord ; every person was compelled to have rc.co'ire : idol Madame Sand the of that: s..r.I" chieftain. .
,, ih diy year George most profligate Reshutence to
M : I"
ken the defence. The trial of Madame lyrulls embezzlement. On the trial witnesses
hundred Iud Laf.farge i to smelling tattles. Madame o.t-dlenre! to :ou1.7', Sc, many
If* thousand -ijht thirty-four, an I I Lafiarge and noxious of f female writers." reu"nt'd oN at Tllrner and
act \tIS pa< cd by the Lcjit-'alivc Couucil of the ;i fir poisoning her husband, began on the ,j was so al'ected by the smell that M. Paillet --- I acted accurdinlly._. \\'Ia hit- a- r!th..iv;.,, uf_ .was.... uc ISaunter u_ testified to the cmbletnished morally and retpectability -
Territory of Florida, $uj'remcnal! : to the said I 3d distant.: We have had daily telegraphic :f-was compelled to solicit that the sitting might i Aboliliol ls'- 11 B'I!I ? Do we mean lusay to tlc oppressed ol of his lifer. Great exertions waro

Charterer Incorporation t* appears by tho ori.iMl i- de patches, and almost hourly Extraordinary ., be adjourned to the next I ,I nations in the rixty. cond year of our indepen made in behalf but notwithstanding the jury
day. Some of Ihe i dente, and
said the
carollwicnt: of Charter ol Incorporation, Whig journali are exulting on fourth ofiuty' that
from the Tulle our example! brought in verdict of It have
r.t distance a guilty. might
jnd expresses scene a ;: "The Advocate General He !ii 1776 waj Lid
auK-ndri, said objected. a
tni said sujijilemrnial) a< t, ofrocorrf that Mr. Fesse!. en of Maine, represented as''I one and ought not to be follow. .
in the office of iho Secretary of the Territory of one hundred and twenty leagues. Every admitted that he hid at first been much af1(lee- .-d ? Ana CIJrI'lIl1n.ALollll'JJit, I CIa been supposed that the moral respect, the do.

,,rFl ruJai M well a* by the public tatutc of tlio morning, some sew; pamphlet, in verse or ted by the smell, but had got used to it, arid I an Abolitionist, lately elected to Congress, to My to ; but are the people ready to say prepared that! mastic frugality, and the old public servicesof

Ttrntury *>* Florida, printed hy authority of theGdfrrno'r prose, relating to it, decorates the windows of supposed hue prisoner would do the has come out in the public press and denied lence no chains ought to be.broken by Iho hand of vio Duran.l. would have been entitled him to .

And whereat and aUo Legislative a 'I law was Council pa M-d of by the the SJIHC fJoverBorandlrfff'5 ,-- j I i the P.ais booksellers. Countless sheets of I II 'I'hcjury, on being consulted by same.the president i. I' the truth of the imputation. Hew far Mr. t I,I I human, and right!no?,b.'aod in any spilt quarter iu dd of i.c,the ol" inalienable the utmost lenity that an ind ilgent jury could
gl.rJe ? If
Council of Mid Territory, on I reports are sold at the earners of the streets. decided oil continuing the sitting, and Fe senden is himself deserving of credittnay r.ol, then our slaves will peradvenrure take extend. Defalcation however, in Franco l

lb.! fourth day of March, in the y'1 of our Lordone Over forty of the broad columns of the Journal Ihe president gave: orders for arrangements to I judged from the simple fact that he accompanies our word, and there will bo given onto as Mood us at to is urime too henioas to palliated by previous

liiousand right hrnJred and thinty-iiiue, autho.riiinf I I des Debate have already been allotted to t tI prevent if possible the smell from the I drink, for we are worthy. Why accuse AboMion-; good conduct or meritorious service.
and requiring the District Attorneys of said the proceed in gs. Every newspaper gives court. entering I that declaration xv i i'.h the assertion that isis of stirring them up to insurrection I The The sentence of the court against the ..
Territory to institute the requite legal jTocicdjnr I none of the Abolitionists wish to interfcre charge is fac:: -but what if it were tree ? If of hard labor in the
er was
po- eight
ratable of years
According to one expresses 31. Paillet here t has any
< such Banking Incorporations in their space. made some observation ] ( iliaD a right lo fif ht for liberty. Ibis
icipecUfe alan: Di h flCI4.U, might have incurred forfeit arrived this day, the pleadings will : on the charges which had been brought against iitically with the existence of slavery at the.1'IJ l extends to all mr. mi'.jcct.d' lo bonda right*cqual-. In leys, exposure in the pillory, a.600 of four

lornoflbcirCharlors by 'non-user and l<> proiecute not be brought to a close before the 20h: inst. his client, that she had shown indifference j[ South. As to the moderation of the views of, claiming this right for lhrm ,alvr! ,, the American thousand francs, nnd an additional' twelvemonths

the itmr to tlTei t, MI that the raid Charters itiijj'it' The portrait of the accused (only 2 i years of at the death of her husband.; 'i, Northern Vbolitionists! we call the attention tln-refi people ncce>iar.ly c-jiiiu-le U to aIl1:1 ..kipd. If imprisonment lithe fine were not V.
null and void by the Judgment of the : Ihey are found Y. Sun.LECTURE .
dec.artd Couit* 1:1 nitd District,-And wl.ercjf, !, age,) i is indefinitely: multiplied, anti circulated The Advocate General replied, that twcu 'I of our readers to an article from the Philadelphia -:1 part of the human race, they tyrannizing voluntarily over seal them any paid.N. _

proper ChiriM S. Stle.tHorn: ( of the -Unitt'd States throughout France. The closest likeness, so tv" witnesses: had sworn licit- ;-- she hid -.-!-tUU'1I- I American Senlinel. This journal j o vn death warraut, anJ c ctnfes that they deserve: ON THEATRICALS. '

for the MiddleUi .trtcl of Florida, prosecuting for I proclaimed, impresses me to 1 IeI' di<:ad\ant.ige. no( grief at the death of her husband and; he liu i to p
Mid Ttrr.tory, hatli appeared on this day t on bejuifnf Never, unless in the middle ages, or in thn did net require any other proofs of her iudif. i! q been distinguished many years t for the J It will doubtless be said, 0i! these ing, pronounced a lecture in his Church, ia
uld and him the I I cool] cautious aid sober in which it scnitinicrits
Territory* by Court here mariner
line such transactions distinguished fere.ce than the : Pine adverse
country, indifference she had shown i were not uttered iu the of street, to theatrical exhibitions,

ii "lUll to understand and I tie i informed that t tliottiS'Ti criminal trial avd!, a court of justice. The when the l, i lus been conducted, as well as hy a similar thesl.ies presence the occasion for
!* MmliiiiU and Planter.: Can't'! tif M,". I a i )\cs containing; his renuiLa 'i c-c : ; we have no slaves down East particular which is stated to
nnlu'' lulh forfeited: its Charter, and all the [rolli. town of Tulle could tot lodge a fifth of the brought into court. charade in i its communicated articles. It but it is well known that the most incendiary; have been 'the fact that we have now four

tiitir.1srVItfe5.! ri;!iU au l i nnuiiilifg: therebyerafvtd. eager visiters from Paris and sever.il of tin ; :i. IW.Jct: (her counsel) rcjoini.1 : The !I will; be observed that the article now published I periodicals and other publications are sent into ;. Theatres in operatiOl' in this city. The lecture
bv nun-uMr. and he lull pr.ivrd t II'II! a departments. You imperfectly: conccivn AJv General lead t the South has been
may 'jfate : had the co.M-ge to is hut O.IC of a series on the same subject. bmail and otherwise. This printed. To-day we have V
sell'Llt faiat M'd: 'ii'viit'"The lUC.Merchant according and to Planter law, imo \* Ihnk um- the character of the hcfoiin, at llie inr: l IIit fnimtl ai argumeiit upon the SUPPIt d iudif.1 i ii Our readers will at that \: is i a tact that can be substantiated by-a cloud space only to say that hU general position is
:: see once
they are not
ofMT; uW lo "Pi-ear i before lliio Court at the I passage or two of a 1 klll'r'hi
iiMwr time atid pi4'! .. and .be w CaU11) j ij'; aiy itcollj sed to the husln'jd! :short time after the wed, : these! rt-pnnches. He ought to have: .-.,1d ,i the \iews of a mere party poitic! n. They .1 ton post office broken open and great quanti- science, nnd that they are positively! injuriousto

|( ( hTt efaio Ourtor '!' ln<.oi.[ >Mlion sliouM) I I, ding.i Ill..!. fettered hereby our councils, she has i are evidently i from ono who I Jelks beyond: the' t tied of them destroyed 1 or why the the morals society. He denounces them

J1ut,, tie ref-ciVd. a-ii doflarrd null and void.T11tEFOtE i *. Cl;arlos 1 h.rte. to entreat your juidun coil
: YOU A HE IhlKliny: <;01.rf. knees I hive unworthiildeceivcJ And! do taakc this Orleans and St. Louis | Oa this point the lecturer 13
': I Jon my : ( ; you argument: : rstonishmeat must such a man look upon the against their private i especially severe
UlI!) h.it "pu ill 1 iif.e known in tli lIi' ;
":The\ Mt 1,MMe' auJ. I'laittrBitik: of .Ma:noJi* !R ," I you. I Il\'c you not-I love another. MyI ;iI<"l..i;i$1: her 1 Oh, Mr. Advocate iener.il; I!j Lfituated: suicidal policy of Southern Whigs. i[ circulation among the negroes of those cities: 1 on MademoiselIeFanny EIssler, who is saidto

lI.d..1I fru.dt'l4lc. C fliier: *, Pirectors. at,d ?toi !inn'Jen I I God What have I stifle red You, whom I II V ::.n CJLduct111 be to you a source of de.p'r.grct. From tIe Amcriran Scniinc-l. '[ We have ihe testimony of a most estimable have received more than $60,000 for her

tli.r"IIr tIt they t tc< before tlio Judge rf I, esteem: with ail my soul, oh, suflcr my to die. ." V : o.lI.I I I MethodUt minister, that one of their colored few weeks' dancing since she reached these -

'uri ur tic Middle 1 l)!>trui (1f, Ki ,jn- I Say: to me only, Die, and I will pardon Tl.n i examining scientific committee fr.me THE[ AFRICAN QUESTION. preachers was detected circulating Walk shores. .
afr, .lie') '" i '*y of Le \ou and to-morrow t.o:( longer 1.1 \\ ill. tIle unantmnus declaration: that: :in arsenic Appea"-a most incendiary w compensation, ask- the speak

ja guri|NnriubT oihir tne Mcxt U afirr tbt Oiur'li! djte may of bo this adjournc writ, or! I existentMy! head is bursting: ; will i! you had been detected! 1:1: the corE, e. "It : alrn.! sf iri.iumeraUe assaulu made upon the i!'|, l largely among the blacks in the slave pamphlet States. er. "has the female: rendered for this vast ap.

\A1 al the Court H'rjic of tai.l) County of Leon ill i come to my rt lief ? Hear me, in pity hear is: impossible," sa} s the stenographer, "' to de. f fair fame: of our country abroad by men who, !( During the insurrection of 1335, in Misstsj proportion of money 1 Has she, like Newton,

the city rTalfthd! c ill eaid Couaty, to "::I y"v, i iIII' me He i also named Charle.s : he is handoroe scribe! the client which this. intclligenc.i pro. V however loud' their laim to the title: of "phi. !j I sippi, a negro was taken in arms, after he had struck out new principles in science t Has

tlmftiey: for ilirsuse.'ve!' have, or can !jy. and noble ; he \vai brought up wi li me, I dUCl.dImost every f iVmalu present was in [ lanthropjst/ -bid fair to incite scenes! only |I j;, actually shed blood, and subsequently took she, like Fulton, made new discoveries in the
..bt&o Mid Charter Itf IncorporaUoii of 4ThuMo'rclianU'i'.J equalled ia horror and atrocity by those of the <:' from his bosom arts by which the public comfort and wealth
and '
f.antprb* :Dud we luve loved each other ever si'ce: we felT; many men wept copiously. Loud an abolition pamphlet which

I tit rcakd.! "nnullrd! Bank, and.Magnolia"made void, and ahoutiEl ail :! knew what love was. Ae..\r ago another ;I I' bravos resounded; from every p.irt of the hall." ; French Revolution. Robespierre commenced j this [i e handed to one of the most distinguished have been promoted ?1 Has she, like Howardor V

Ibirlie-i, iimnunitiw, rights, priviles aiid frun- I woman: stole! his heart from me. 1 thought I i I O.i the same diV, it was decided by the: h career too as a philanthropist" ; and in ,: I Presbyterian divines, telling him that there: Mrs. Frycorae as a missionary to visits

chi>*< by> the am roifefeil, best lied i. lo po.scs. should have died. If yon dc-irs if?, Ii'l :< bench, that further. experiments on tho foetid: j i early hie refused a judg.''iip, shuddering at !(' was the cause of his insurrection, and that the prisoner in r his solitude-*toake the guageof
iou and control .f said Territory and furtlirr todu tlte'cry idea of being placed in n situation h his blood human miser-'tlJ movc hearts to feel for
take arsenic) fur I have: srJIIIC.11 will soo i mass should: be made by three tmineiJ! c'-'em-j ; was on the Leads of their Northern

uf and it and reteitfiut them, ,n this thy behalf aid!Court, thaI then! roMfidcr nnd there amidirect. ho 'over.: You havc-4oui: so good to me that, j i f fin [: Its of Paris ; whcicupon, the prUo;if.: rV i iI .vhere he death might! be How called much upon to pass humane sentence friends." The venerable Bishop Moore, of human so'rord hands to open in Christian'V ". 5

AnJ you arc farther coninsidcd to giv, I refusing you my :tfi' ctiodg, I can give you j|I counsel remarked, with great energv to tht! ': : of more ; ;( Virginia, attests the fact, that such publica. charity I V
iiottTuflhe, )laKiiuli'ti; tint of the yonthf'i, Robespierre: than the author of!;Il tions have been scattered "Has she given a new impulse to
ot proceeding, by pub- | Joy life. Do) not accuse inu deception. judges : Be it so, gentlemen; ; but, with' along the roads princi.
lid lion lu'not'in some public news-paper iu the ': From Monday last; irotn the i:: -ur that knew I!' your dtlay ,yoll will have two corpses instead: ;, the par.'gr.phs: : below* We can: almost forgive where they uere moat likely to fall into the : pies of moral rectitude in their control over

.Middle! from Diftrict the of Florida, f..r the i-paie of l! recmuutki that I was to*be to you some'hing more than I '>foe"; referring! to the condition of Madame '! Ihe .wild dcnunciitior.s: of Garrison, (in j hands of their slaves the public conscience, so that in all the relations .

day oflhe date hereof. And that i''er-hat ut trad! what it I who .' withdrew full :erted ia our last number,) when uttered across j We shall of life we find morn gentleness. industry .
tun make return uf i)!is writ, ad of y<>ur pr.ccfd- a ? my : me was; to evidently of( emo. next be met by the contemptible! I
loj* ttn-reon i n tho lint day of the next term of give one's self to a man-I swore I would lion, and smiling upon the audience w itli gr our..id Court. :a:.d alnr-st Llasphemy, must have taken otl'jnvich i "Has she brought a leaf plucked from*the
1: die. I took a 'oo small dose of poison, and for the sympathy shown towards her. I l their slaves to read." There
\\1T'r s.-IU(11.\RD G. WCLLFOKO.: V : from the effect of their malignity: ; but J are many 1 tree of life with which to staunch the wounds
vomited The :Mine de Violaine her ,
ngi-i'i'! at Orleans. yeblcrc1 was hastening:: ) t things not allowed by the laws of
Clerk July: ,A.f our 1) 1840 siiJ,Court and 1I1, hug ty.fiWi loth: year day of of V loaded pistol, was at my temple during the I Ih to join her, but fsiatcd on the steps leading toj i when the uomcs'ic! altar is thus profaned on a I arid if they were all obeyed, we the should North not; I.1 of a heart Mweding under guilt 7

the Inde, 'uem.l'' oflhe Umud Outers of : shocks but I was afraid. /)V111 depends: I Ii her prison room. !I''day sacred to patriotism, and in a form likely I I have the i md filled with prisons and fcUns. I "Has she hung up a brighthtr star over tho

A eini u-a. 'i upon you, and I will not! shrink Again. Save I The next da\ notwithstanding: manifold j! I to be disseminated: : among the bondsmen of the I, t touthas n the South, thousands of slaves : f" path to immortality: 7 HAS she taught our
K. 'J \\ rLLFO.il!), C'trb of of the 1] rircutiHtiiiiti evidence would! :S those: publications too often have ? pick up by r rteahui young men and maidens more wisely to live
me Be the gunrdran: angel poor orphan I :; : which .it once seemievery the rudiments of education and before
the Superior Court of the .Miiidlu Di.-tnct < 1.Furi.ia f i I b feeling of our nature revolts ; and more safely to die! We BareaSteubenasingletownsbipofiandiathocold
her desire her kill her. i-stortcd from gave
or else kill or to nave any i intelligent au.l ds-: these fjJse and perfidious ft friends" in
Jor Leon Co'inly. I
eel 17' passionate; : jury vert'ict' of g-nlty! the Allornry :against the cod-blooded! assasin of his coun t the North scattered firebrands and V

"VOTJCK: ia hcrcliy gv:: -n oftli1* f"i';cn pio11 : Madame Lafiurgu: wa* foui.d >gUilt; ; h;) a (iencraliildcd. almost by an try's reputation abroad, who would! thus superadd death! among them, thousands were, arrows educated 1: north for coming' from Prussia to fight the -

ccrdmit. lo alt: srr..ii! iiiriiiioiird nn-1 conMfuid 'jury, after a full and fair trial!, hfferu leer preset ment of: [ti.t pro!<:cutmn, to the : aIJ.mt1.n.,1, to his guilt incentives to ur.shcath the I by benevolent and pious owners without : battles liberty in the revelation. 'Ve gave :
jrerein, a. I inn tere-t: !nv cliieci-d. knii"i. and kindle the iucendiarv's torch at mo. to Lafayette, the and chivalrous nobleman .
: .t arraigriutu.t, or having; stolen! co<-.l\. dia. crucible.! His; language is curious : l lome. lestaiiun. Among the free of color young
I.Eltillt1: : Mar.ha1.ofthn h These extracts (rom'his 4th :! in who left the wife of his
are July and his
Middle Duinrt of Florida, hy irOitnls from a "Viend: ( and hoet ; bat this here, Believe me, gentlemen, when I undertook the Southern cities, nnd in some instances youth :

Jio.29. j |1'j'J' iiL\ F. \CKLLlt.! I U.1 heightens her claims to sympathy and dignity! this accusation; : I had weighed I all the I :address beforo the Mass. Anti-SIavery jocietv h t they are very intelligent. They, therefore, children to aid our struggles for independence .4

- V Emotions so strong: various, rapid, were ever means <.f defence! : ; and if by a charge olj I t AS published in the National Union ofl may be made the channel of communication some fifty thousand dollars iu land or mo- ';
i "
L : scarcely tUrwhere, exoerie.ctd' ; n; wl.! ,-n, in position, I hal 1 beeii called upon to CSMSI liirj'September 1S33 : I with the illiterate slave, by the evil.minded ; ney.

V the court at '!'t llesl.e: had aheinaJely seemed prisoner, nhh'.ugh I might not hive done so'i I 1 1 d rnat.d the irnmrd'.v.e emancipation of all''! aud accordingly these reckless agitators, instead "What boon of blessedness ; "bat surpu-
i, : \ l..i : re | of upoau
faint or vig'ipius, or smiled sorrowfully or with tintalent: of her counsel, I should! ] have I acting as good citizens, and counsel.
r"J V wl.riluT they are fattening for the shambles in i *, that \Ve give her 860,000 for 15 weeks 1 +
vicij&i'.udes of the been .il'ki! d all its resource.Thus I them
the ling
tt to
joyfully, according; to K'Vi-Iope with promote the public weal lose
M ; suit ,
I.aryaod; Virginia or are wa 'tiny as a J Jdifcasf. no "She has danced
'iailalia .scc (Florida Uucc". tritl.: '1 he court, the prnsecutii ;l1tOI'i'Y: j i utter a profom.d! j.ve.I: ig.ition of the whole 1'1,1,1.1: ; on the sugar and cotton pl.ln.1 I opportunity of inflaming their evil passions, for us; that is all of it! V 7,

t1E.UtME1'TING, FOR 1811 will her advocate! and liersclf, have: Hrguod t"j: j jsqubblcd !i-'ll'air" : a prrfect knowledge of nil th- frs! t talion of Alabama a nit! Lon.sian < ; whether they ; and only to be realized by the overthrow of "While many iitcligaot: amiable and mast.

.1 conuiitncc "VIT th" Marion Courm1, i at every niumcn, as the muli'u( ; and u rttrefn! review of all the RI .r.l jreumpti.tin .art1 iiuli-s: or iVin il !. old ur young, vigorous or in. ;; all we hold most dear. worthy,females, sunk Irom affluence to poverty .
On \\VednetJay, the 13th: January next, I i aid tmselfthut it li nt,. I make thit demand, not fur the clul.!rr! have plied the needle .with acting heads
witr.esses ddiveic-d tlwir'cry: loquacillbII $ to w.-s impos- A in <
i jot" : tut th) for but for case point now lies before in the "
isdroniinne owned ill incrc'y. > parents aiso ; not one ) us nnd hearts until the hour for V
4 free for allllnr. midnight
days a c.m.
I llic had bee siblc this could bo i innocent and! :.
and discursive tcslimoll.Ar : woman ; ;alI"t! With restriction and liinilu'lonbut form of a note from a
Florida and ; un'l highly respectable
or Uic l lower Counlie of Georgia that
II gen.
pensation bread <1
Mi'jii1i&, administered to the husband in various modes I when the chief..f this tribunal confided in m-jj! ,lonJiti'ins'Jy.!: I a&"Nll"rir pvr'ccl rquriily with I I tleman, who was told by a negro in his em- hardly procured daily V
fur their
FIRsT PAT-A Jockey Club Pur* of $WO-1) i -his diet medicine, flaunt 1, and particularly I the painful mission i : which I fulfil, I said to ,ur.i"lvc! as a pirl rl the human: racnd Ih..ir.j ply, 'that England stood pledged to furni&h children ; we have" lavished 860.000
'inai.enable:; riirl.t to liberty and the pursuit of hap- a strolling dancer! Phil.' Sat. t'nu .
mde heal. I ; upon ;
in cakes transmitted from his chateau to him I hm; why am chosen ? This accusation re- < the colored people of this both
UcoND f a t-A Jockey Clu'j! Purse of $200-2miie at'Phns The directed i- : and it! iiies. That tins demand is founded in justice country money B. W. Richards Esq. former of- )
his fond court quiies scarcely were Mayor
beau.Tniao | by spouse. :I any support ; : and i. thcrc u.c irresistible. the wii"!o nation is tins and arms for them to rise and assert theirrights

DAT-A Jockey Club Pur c for $.* 0-3: I that the corpse should be disinterred, .j I otherwi i isc, is there not at Tulle, a person bel.i day lu I acknowledging-! as upon oatl\ at the bar of the ;" he gave the name of a prominent Philadelphia, has resigned hi. appointme as 'J
mile hftt. I lo be explored by chemists and anatomists; iter able to give it than myself ? Since the f world. And not until, by a vote, found the pi-ople! I{ Abolitionist as his authority, adding one of the Trustees of the Girard College of 2
ToL-aTM !OO-1 1 mile of the Let of the what has trans-i i! repudiate the Dc laratmn, of Independence as a wo that city. The motive'asigllecl is that 1
Un-l'ropricljr' PurKC, $ for traces of remains poison. me opening! proceedings, have ns good right to this soil as the whites, ,. s
c1ts. 3bnit5 tn trance 10 per cent. now quote a passage from the stenographer's pired 1 An important fact has taken place : : rotten and dangerous iiiflruincnl.snd rcase to keep I for they procured its ": finds that the object for which Mri G'rard : ,
And this folival in hojior of liberty, as unworthy ofuule possession by force. .
the following W.elltl1kl' ate niw open, the earth has been (tll'! mnai.is ofiI made his magnificent bequest is made subsi. 4
I Not
ad .'ill U run roO. if thev are filltJ. before the I report : ; or n nifi': .lilt P. ; not unt'l they "Jik| : every I I long since, another leading abolitionist
at Tulle I M. Latfargc: have been removed and examin. ; and muffle drum and silt I ;. diary '0 other views. r: ,,;
Jockey Cub! K.cc ;>, U.c three fitl day*. I Court of Assizes -Silling of : cannon, every ace assorted, that ere long Britain would send
.FIIST DAV.-A Pu t-fciakri' >. free for all: age*. 2 September 8.-The commissioners appointed I 1 ledbv. honest, enlightened! and conscientious : c\ cry bell, and disband tvery j ror.eS'Im' "0iioncli an army into the South to enforce I It i i is now seven or eight years since the city

"''le heati. Subscription $200, forlVil f 100; to l he by the court arrived this mornir-g.nfier having 1 men, and they have) : replied negatively to the ([ $ every bo-ifire, and jjaj every onalllr ; ;" and we have been assured emancipation i came into precession of a fund of seven mil- ;
**i for btfore the Joc: "Y Club Race, .n the tint I In of the secution. You not unli! they' brand \\\ruhitoll, and Adams, and more than I i lios; given by the will Stephen Girard. for
ihc thu
ty fir the nut TaUaIasee Jock'y Club Race.. I effected the exhumation. way to j questions pf sec, gen. Jcffi-fun, and Hancock, as fanatics aii.i madmen ; once, that the great question could only be >
Subscriber nec* ary lo make a Kace.Etcoxo place of interment, they visited the habitable J jtlemen, the delicacy of my position ; you are j, not until they |'!ac<' tlii-nii.Ives circus in ta: c",ndi. settled by bloodshed-the sooner the better." | the purpose building a College .which the ;

DAY.-A Swepp-stakrs fur thrte I"aroW. part as well as the ruins of GUndier, both of impressed with the same sentiments as my-| lion of col'-iual& subserviency t', Ge.\t Hritain. or The identity of views existing between the denor directed to be of the plainest kind and : '.:

*, 1 Iluiln heats. Subxrnplioo $200 forfeit $100; which arc now (tc crted. On arriving thiburying 'self ; it e nil desire the same thing-not only t inniftirin th 8 Republic" into an i nprrial government '. philanthropists" of England and the United without unnecessary om:1mvnt-built "as :
to Ve run for before the Jockey Club Race, on the I Marie if she is : not until they cease to point uullin ly In soon ca practicable for the maintainance of '
met tin j restore Capello to liberty, ,
by justice Slates and
tontl of the next Tallahasnec Jockey Cfub ground, they were : jto Hunker Hill! ami the ptatiu cf Concord and, Lex.iijilon : their colored co.adjutors, lead ir- ,
1ac.:.. day 3 Subscriber occe *ary to make a Race. of the peace of Lubersac, and were surrouti. innocent, but, if possible, to efface even the: 1 imt, in flue, until thoy deny the ai.tli.irayoJ resslibly to the conclusion that the subject t i 'poor male white orphan child/en. The "

TBIIIO !Un.-A Sweej,-siakf. f.-r 2 y. ar old. I dcd by an immense crowd. Large quantitiesof j i last traces of the charge. I have felt the in- i ,if ( and proclaim tlirniRu'vrs to be dc..titJte of has been more fully canvassed among them i guardians of the fund have not yet educateda :

-4J1 out. Fubscriptiop $100; forfeit $'0; to be chlorate were poured out round the grave !; fluenceofthe proceedings, and my ideas have i C CI I, prineip: and huinanitv'-wil! I :argue the ipicslion, than they care to make known. We, as I single child, and are but half way towards. ."

f\III for before the Jockey Club Racoon Ihe third before it was opened. The coffin was little I been profoundly modi tied. My night has I ,Ii a* one doubtful of d 'I'Ul.llOtl."helher our slaves faithful sentinels, have felt it to be the completion of one of ,the most magnificent ."
our impel'ative
eiitilit-d! tilt ri hlM and
of (
M ohhe Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. 3 are to ; prtvilerc reemen. if
8'WtiWra next to make a Kace.SoWnplion more than three feet below the surface, tine d I ken parsed in meditation and without sleep. I i TI.I question ill nettled irrevocably. There u no duty to throw before the public a few not the most magnificent building'

nerrnsary to the above Slakes can be made: by when opened, the body presented a hidious However, his ideas were soon rcmodified'' man l. be fninsd!, unless he has a orour of brass: ota specimens of !the thrilling appeals" (that on this continent. Thus are th i' most o). ,

T ltcr! addre.,ed lo the Secretary of tho illahaFce spectacle and so much decomposed that, in. I and put in their pristine condition. Orders I !! htartof slotif, who will dare to conle-t it. I I I being, we believe, theii favorite phrase) of j emn injunctions of the dead set a: nought, .

J<% Club any time before the I5lb day of De. stead of the usual instruments, it was necessary !I were given by the court to take the seals off n! %liii-rtlore tell the Ain-rican nUvei that tho lime each of the three parties. If straws show I to grantify the pride of pomp in the living.' i

J ulllber be aut when they will be cltncd; the entry to in order to take from it what was wanted III'} laLor.ltCltu that the chemists might I I fur their enuiK-ipiti.in hall.. roinc ; that their owntasknntiir where the wind blows, the late The man, whose V wealth when living commanded
> rained heinj will>< II'hcy are crculcdrqual insurrectioory .
tlc erenin before thee Race. which was sent for to the proceed to analyze the liquids seized tit the I!I ILafFarge : for him the! profoundest respect and
Mr. F. I'. GEKOtt' is now engaged &t tin Ma- to use a spoon, I to the rest of mankind and po&s' b* an inalienable! movements may indicate pretty plainly the V .
non Course| and has opened Tra.ninj Stables fir village. This species of paste, ratliT than ,. chateau, particularly gum water and I right lo liberty aiid that n<> man I has a right to progress of cause and eject. There is, alas! implicit compliance with even the minutes of :

like accommodation of gentlemen who have: II url:ito flesh, was put into earthen pots to be brought hen s milk, ((1\ mixture of eggs, water, etc.,I hold hem in bondage. I tell them, ipli4tiralty! little to be found in their agitations calculated: his whims, fails at his death to have the most 1

train Mr. Gere w is "-cll known as an rxperin to Tulle. On their arrival, the chemists placed L. prOvided for the patient,) and to examine i it it NuT WRONG in them to refuse to wear the yoke to promote peace on earth and will earnest wish of his heart complied, with by '

Placed d Trainer in |lii afe; and the fullest of confidence Horses commit-may be their alembics on the road which surround I I packets of white powder, and the powder j jcont7tned I of slavery: any.loujjer. C i, men. We again implore good our fellow towards I. those upon whom he bestowed uncounted J.

led hi his management the Palais' de Ju 'tice. Five or six |; in a slIlalllK.lx l of gum used by the ; citizens to il riches. No sooner is the superintendence of
cll&rrllos.. BIKMV.V, : U this i! preaching sedition 1 Sedition! ag'tin t pause, ere be too late-to cease ";
July I H &1 Secretary and Proprietor furnaces were ranged in a circleand supplied !i prisoner. On the 11th instant, the analyzers II i whit? Not the lives of Sjulhein opl'rc"I'JIII-for ; (for a moment from their party strife, and arrest his own eye removed, than the injunctioos of :
into court with the statement that thej I the solemn of hed bisdying hour, expressed the most careful
Dinoluttoll$ of Copartucrfthlp. with charcoal from an enormous bn-zicr, I came renew injuncli'm no : this gigantic evil before it hurries our beloved
P iii: Copartnership heretofore ciUlm? under which was kept constantly at a red bent. The IIr-n's milk contained enough of arsenic to ) but ajr.iiu; l unlawful aUlhorH). and : Ll4"J'i"-1: country into the manner that language could supply for- i.E1
abyss now yawning
the tjt| and (frau of prnmen& Hurt is this ; that there small I sage, a>d uprcquiicd: toil. If U arc:I the accomplishment of an object which. 1j
heights which commanded this extraordinaryscene I poison ten persons ; was a iI j ; ['before us From these awful calamities.wemay upoa.
day dissolved) i Nlill ehstmatfly bent upon' plundcnnj and hi irving .
by mutual .
COhp iflt. thoughts had been for
WM. II. FRANCIS, were crowded with spectators, looking quantity of that article ill the gum water, andthe their snrTerinj victim, why let them luok well to I by timely and vigorous efibrts, yet be employed many a .
in the I toast and water and that one packet; of the To hem "ram year, are act at nought, and the weald be had
LEVI HAKT.Tallahawee on the operations of this laboratory ; consequences. avo danger 1am saved. The remedy we reserve for future
S.pt. 1!, 1840. i air ; but they were hindered, by a dense I powder was pure arsenic. Madame's box not oblig.ileJ lo sipprei: the truth, or to slop'$ I numbers ; aud GOD iu his give heaped up and designated specially for .that
open may mercy
Tk, bo.in continued Wi!. procUiming- liberty throughout all the land [ is in which ha :
M will be in future by and foetid from seeing much of what was also found to be duly seasoned. Here. unto us to choose the purpose expended a manner > ,
Lame vapor all the inhabitants thereof. No [ peace right path ,
FuncU. indeed. Thereare
__ ; 9NOTICE. 3ep26 emitted the Attorney General reinstated himself I Iin seemed expressly forbid! Il is p.r'1eD ; J
was going on. The odor was so upon, important truths which, an far u practicable o' .
TAKES up and lolled before. W. C. Campbell!!, powerful that, at the afternoon sitting, it was his old position, with a new declaration I mean every slave abut be m.idc tu under Important to Suferertfrom the Toothache. couragement for men of similar' desires for tha.wdfaire *.

ce of the Peace for the County of. thought it would he impossible to remain i in: against the prisoner : stand. The first i ill, thai he ha* a right to freedom r \-At a meeting oflbe London Medical Society I. for their ,species, to.thit't. ij ii'x. V
-eoa. ntheSluday of IIU't. I.). bv H .lfr courts The ladies however, sustained the What hai.i could! have introduced the nr. NOW ; tie other is, that thu is recognized in the ample in bestowing by will .a portion ,of their'
uot. raiding in the second or T.U.bu. with resolution. Two senic into the box, except that of Madame Dodaralioo of Ind. pondence. Sedition, fonooth t Dr. Blake stated that he _was able to estates public 'objects to ;sec ;with what'

or said Cooity, a small!! chestnut SorrelQfIe.pd ai-noyance astonishing tVe, now be certain who Why.what are the American people doing lbi. dill? cure"tbe most desperate' cases.tooth-uchr,, Indifference the dyiog injunctions of J Guard t .
B said for perrois- LafFarge may
of them are to hare-applied' Iii TSEoa", maintaining Ihe freedom and
taoutoin.esra. with small saddle thus adulterated the cakes, and the drinks. equalily unless the. disease :was, connected wjth the 1 *"been. regarded. b-,, jare. r i4
the homeD
chemists a"
*rb.lDd small blaze in biB face, valued tl t1y4014r1 lion to seethe operations of the the : race ; and. in FKACTICK, dedariog : V : :-
bj E. 1. O. THlinjbart, 8, N. Daniel)l..d but were refused. At half past one o'cl ck The woman's hardihood was unpuralelled I, thai .all tyrunu ought to be exiirpitud fr.ro UM rheumatism,i byte application;of tbo:follow, ,. 'PrP6inlll .Jol J ( W_

1'* & TTi $wor epprais rs>>wliieb Mid H.ne, if the court presented a most wogular aspect. but it U often the order of Providence that the the lace following ofthmcarLia, We are giving .to our slave* ing remedy .tojlia. decayedf tooth: : ,Atarorerducd : : .you dob j then J? bquirtd. Jack of.T cpopls
: flauued wiitun u.. time prtecribed bjr l law. should be thus infatuated, overdo their ca j mm* fir .ut"liulrthe priu- he'.c &.. t&Mn ; '
i ,
htndkerchiefto guilty
his t
Every one was holding a tb'ao:
-% veftistdand cold afreeiblj to. UM aeU of ciple involved in the lliree-penay tar CM Ui,josti- impalpable, powder, ,twefdrach ; "
I ', ..C.iiacI ia 'ath cue .lido d pro. DOS with one.hand,,smelling bottJe. ith J.a5k, ad4 eerfe&ch themselves. lied a m en }."' war, bow couch) blood ma jr.bo ms* citxootpints fether, s ereadrxcbas.Mix Jq' watLV.bit..jYo1: 4 :
,D.McftAENYC1.rk. the other. It vas said that:)upwards of .five On the 13th, the three Parisien cbemzst&r lawfully spilt in: rciting the'prioc,ltt., 'thai oar ? : -
.. Si 1840. celebrated bumsabeiiig baa .rif ht lo the td et :.cad apply th s> to'the tooth., "5 S tV
f 5 e By W.C. CAKrstLL D C. hundred smelling btttles were cold during Ihe ,Orfila the bodysi4s: > bonnets..t .
'4 :
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& made to possarsion J WhJ I' and their Principle. Expansions.. IB
notice of the get CeatraeU.'er
BaateTWelMter. atruroent to.attack the domestic, institutions of attempt
% S ,, E FIL.OU1DHAN. .Some of, the :Southern' Whii papers, con 1 another, or weaken' and destroy,such, Insti. of the papers. It is from the, N." Y. Sun, a The ,S,,tar says : "The" Whig as a party go ,The people Currency. '
for alone. are not
? TALLAHASSEE scious that, if Harrison be elected Webster'sprinciples tutions., neutral principle aware of the
FLORIDA: paper. 1 We Banks and Money Powers .-tht
Well What are principles
Yeas 31
and will rule i ia Harrison'scabinet playing j
: EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. Nays 11 (Webster one of them.) have call made for some exposi.tion the currency. How of
seen many many then
: t. and it. the Whig party, are endeavoring disgraceful and most lamentable scene occur bcnr
i 'SaigrAay, R'OftBllJer 4. IMP. to make the principles'.oT the former as "January ID. red last evening: at the office where the investigation of them but we have seen none to which that in the last five years, the Btnb ha

.FOR PRESIDENT: OF TIlE U. STATES, palatable) :to the youth ai possible. pub. I' (4th resolution Webster not present.) i into the election frauds is going on. the party can give any thing like a general beenputting out and hauling in their "
5th resolution amended by substitute money
They as \ onMr'
( statement of facts as theyoccurred. 1 Gen. Ham- in the following manner
HABTIH We a plain assent. Are Federalists :
VAN BUBEN.Admisl \ they
fish give
$. certain declarations that, it is said, he: Clay's motion, "Resolved, that t the, in.
We have no room for comment of From 1836
-- made at Richmond,and would. infer from that,,,, I terference by the citizens of any of the States son declares that Mr. Webster's exposition to 1836 increase of BJnk

;I into &bc imperious,
Florida F>U probably'ie admitted of to be a Jeffersonian Democrat, that no'injury 'this Districts, is endangering! the rights andr every man implicit obedience to the laws,"keep.ing and is a true one. But there is Mr. Tyler- From 1837 to 1838, decrease, 33.000.000

o. IJnion at the coming vesvion Congress.: : security ot t the people of 'the District. j and yielding from this unhallowed he is a States Rights man, and so are very In 1838, increase,
result the from the free possible
can to south 01 as
prevalence as 22.000,000
The people of the Territory, will then, be ., .. ., that acj or measure of Congress, design. From 1839 to 1840
any of excitement, and of his Southern decrease
his administration affairs state many supporters. ,
take stand for opinions in an called upon to th'etf! or against L slaveiy ,
. in From 1830
I the principles*and policy*of the South; Tor. or i of the* Gov,"rnment. How far, Mr. W.. 'l 1 be? 'a violation of fa.ith implied in the cessions i preserving order every where, especially Are they friends to the Protective system 7 to 1836 an increase lathe 1Dr.
of justice. of
with the Soui.n several vital and and bur courts x The whole Northern party are ene way, and mous extent ;
the Maryland $80,000,000
of agrees point 1 bv States Virginia ,
1 ,against the princ'pjfS} JefTersonian: : PC-:: It is necessary to premise by stating that. No for !!!
of alarm the of the slave the whole Southern the other. man can a moment
we leave our readers Jo judge from the fol. just cause lo people : belike tint
for or against those principles, forwhich on Saturday, a package of papers was placed t&be
t mocracy; : and incvit. business of the
holding States, nnd have a direct Are they for a National bank? Their country so increased !
: lowjng exposition of his votes in the Senate in the Recorder's hands, which Glentworth. ft
the South
: whole State *
except one : 'able tendency to disturb and endanger: the the candidate for the Vice Presidency is ultra 1830 to 1836, the hort of
on the adoption of Mr. Calhoun's Resolu. claimed ,as his private paper, but, which space six Jab
(Louisiana. has been for ,
) contending so Union.
: many ( Carried Yeas 36 I Recorder sealed up in his presence, and decided Xn/t-baak: ; Gen. Harrison ;i in favor of one if to requir an increase of $80,000,00a 1:

,, .yean. lions.That Mr. Webster would act.in accordance I I J 8 Webster ] to keep: them until he could decide! upon Congress pleases to charter it; Mr. Rives isclec.toncexing Bank paper-a sum more than double "
1 Nays ( one.) I
It Lc denied that Federalism has
cannot I '
and read them in evidence.
> IT right to open in against a bank, and ,, circulation in 1830. The taj
with his votes on that occasion no one can I ; .. "January 13.I I Virginia increase of
..l J. made rapid baa Dot progress increased at thc in credit South.,.with If Jhenmc the) : I.d, bt ; and* it so, he can, at any time and I 11 I Additional resolution proposed by Mr. evening" At the, his opening honor, the of the Recorder investigation, by appointment !last. others are electioneering one; and others I is out of all proportion to the increase ofproducivc the
th perfect consistency, advocate and bring Buchanan: declaro vehemently, that the question of Bankor industry of the
which Mr. Glentworth with his country '
at tad
; k
people) the principle has, in a disguised and i I
-I. : 1 j'I "Rt.olFC(!. That any attempt in Congress Bank before the to the extent of the increase
forward not people.
\' ;. j measures deadly hostility to counsel were present, proceeded to read an no is over
$ j insidious form. With that sagacity: uhich: to abolish in Territories of the wdibora
;,i Southern interests:, whenever it may suit aI' j slavery any opinion which he had written, showing the I From all this, how arc we to get at the the increase of the productive DdIlahoY '
distinguished Mr. Jefferson ns"a statesman: 'I I United. States in which it exists would create -I' a Ttr.
.,. Northern Abolition it. possessed by him to the papers of the ? tual of the .
;' :and a pohticianhe i said that Federalism would majority to require | serious alarm and just apprehension in the power open principles party robbery people. Sit insidiooaJ
I Independent of all this, :Mr. NVel sicr's notions ., 'States sustaining that domestic institution; in his possession, and expressing a determination ;j That their leaders find it impossible to agree taken from them, that: the deluded
: !lever, again seck power under jts old nnrne.Jts to do so. At the conclusion of the sam, vit
ol constitutional obligations arc so weak: I would be a violation of gocd faith towards upon any principles al all as the foundation feel it without seeing it. Thanks
future efforts would be Il ado un 4 and lax that he time denounce usi I the inhabitants of such Territory, who of the is evident from the the of the
new and lets, odiors name. How ,Woe was.:. i can at any ,', any :! honor the Mayor as to the perfection of the Whig party, simplefact ovcrgreediness harpies, the fe

t ;>)> this prophecy. Under Ad:lI Webster and i unconstitutional to-day that which a month,I i slaves have been therein, permitted because to(the settle people with ofany and such hold j ji '! seal placed upon them, Mr. Glentworth ro that the Harrisburg Convention had to are beginning to see as well as feel.SCiCflhiCJIflproveu. '

!I after he be found quested to them. The Recoreer handed decline of them.
inscribed or so muy advocating as I see making an exposition They
r Clay, it National Republicanism on Territory have not asked t for the abolition of/ .
, its banner. The people<
the same leaders erased' : the words, and nowt !' stance the Protective T.trier-t connection, I Territories shall be admitted into the Union attempted During the to period put them wliicft, in his elapsed breast from pocket.the bear the public: scrutiny! and they determinedto ed, ordinary cast iron i melted, p

.u of the Government with the Banks-the reception -, Slate the thereof will bo entitled fw
'L jt t i is Whigism. In a few )"ear s J1ia too, will I ;jns a. people opening of the court to this time, Mr. Sheriff say nothing. from the furnace steel of a superior quay
: of Bank paper-the assumption of to decide that, question exclusively for them. And to think of the assurance of the Star to
1 I t be abandoned, for some other name, not odious Ackcr had been: standing near a window immediately -: -

t .- to the people. The thing itself is perpetual, I Stale Debts. Ou all these points, he has advocatcd .. I selves.? Yeas 35 behind Glentworth. When Glent- talk in that way about Whig principles! Galvanic Electricity.-We find i the Al

.,i .. '1 beca'tse it is interwoven in the very nature of(!' that which be has' denounced as un. I Nays !9 (Webster one.) worth had secured the packac! the Recorder Now we confess that as a party, they have bion, taken from the London Morcing He

>>:..t$ society and political institutions. :i I constitutional." 4 I And yet this is the man, who pretends lo !immediately seized hun and told him he must principles.1st. that Mr. Mullin, M. P. from Ireland,ba mafe

herself, ; \\'e are the more induced to point out to''jbcn' Virginia Democrat. This the Orator nol have them. The Sheriff then came to They have a grand principle to get an important d in Galvanic
.J t .i On which side shall Florida array 1 the Recorder, seized him and said "I sco\er
readers the political principles of Mr.' whom the in the ofi re. into office and those who in. The Herald E.
" I ttt1 r -tt1 i in Ibis contest of conflicting. interests and I our i Whigs' extravagance I plcH in them." turn out are characterizes i "a anew
i Webster, as the election of Generalllarrison, i their pbrcnzy are bringing to Richmond to' But as this is all out of patriotism-real.
! r : principles ? .Shall l we abandon, the ground 'j I At this moment, a scene of the most extraordinary pure arrangement or combination or e.

1 t ?.J'44! ,occupied by the S uth? ever since the estab. : (if be shall be elected,) we cnnnot but consider : teach to the us Priests politics !? the What Idol say? you Is this Virginians too, the,' |J description ensued. The Mayor pure, [,.'):'ta fide patriotism, (if we are to be. ments, by which an immense force of efcc.j .

r lis.hment of the Constitution,', and, take a stand as (the virtual election of Mr. Webster politician, who or declared to publicly in Alexan.Bordered 1 the officers to assist the Recorder, .' lie.vc them,) we shall not choose to find fault! j I tricity i is developed in a surprisingly xmqj j ji
1. to the lie will be the President I and the room, which was well filled with inrdividiials .
'''I with Webster, Adams and Clay, and aid Presidency. dria, that We hare made Williiin; Jfct.ry with it. i i i space and at a cost 30 triflng: in comparison

1 rt"r "' ; them in carrying out t their, American System, t facto, while the old General will be but the Harrison the Bearer of our Standard."*- ,| the utmost of both confusion.parties, became Thelayor:the theatreof and 2dly. They are Federal-ultra Federal i with the power obtained: 'a to be scarcely

tj :! j ,and their Consolidation octrin s. Shall President dejurc. [His principles and policy, What kind of an Administration: : are we. then 1! District Attorney went to the assistance of :Messrs. Webster and Adams have extended worth consideration. The force I a

, .' more ultra Federal than those of Hamilton, to expect from Gen. Harrison, who as soon Hamiltonian Federalism far. what he I: ed one, and requires su.
: ;4 Florida join in a raterual embrace with the tie! Recorder, while a general rush was madeh beyond :j no stoppage ol the ma.
fl ,; or of either Adams, will rule the cabinet ofi f as he is elected, will take for his; !-ta -cJarcJ. h all the scuffle of. The former is the ; to which it
[ Whig Abolitionists: of the :\'orth7? ; ) parties. During Glent. ever thought presiding chisury may b to keep
whole for Fed-1
a man, who thc applie
i Harrison. lie will \'iew.with. a jealous eye, goes i worth was stretched upon his hack, and the of tIme and Harrison adminis. it alive t tor period
t. 111 Florida must take one side or the other. er.il Doctrines and Aholil'oti! : Petitions, in ev-1 i genius party. a any reulr-
i I whatever may come from :.Mr. Clay's Si.uth- I I papers seized from him by some unknown tration would take the bent of his adds the
I 4 There is no middle course consistent with ery \'nretofform; ?-And 'to add all (the rid.ignhty I necessarily I Every year to prospect of da-
friends.! Ills hatred of the man will recoil person. It is impossible! to describe the con1 :
crn :
,t honor, or even possible. Ono set of principles :: i ; lie: who did so much against! the war,1 fusion which followed. A general melee principles. i j I, volopenicnl ot some immense physical now.
!i OR: the measures of his Southern friends; is brought here to celebrate the anniversary : in the of this er through the Galvanic
t. must prevail, and govern the legislation ensued ; a complete attack was made 0:1 the 3dly. Following footsteps or Magnetic Eleci .

r I."': ;1 t of the couutrv. There can be no compro. i!i. and they will soon find that all their influence of the battle of the Thames; a battle which person: of the Recorder, fur the purpose of theoretical Federalism, comes its practical i tricity. We ha\'c beon long peeling something .
is Iot unless abandon their unfortunate has never been celebrated in {for 27
lif misc on principle, whatever there may be on t, they Virginia: obtaining! : the papers Mr. Ju;;ti, e Matsell ; application, in the Protective system; in a |I I of the kind ; and many arc now afire
4 4 ]leader, and bow down to the rising sun of )cars, until the Whigs, deemed that i they could had his coat turn from his back. The Dis. who will live
of The :National Bank of the Government to the
1 see
,. .;1.i questions practical expediency. ; Webster. make political capital ot it, for the election! of: trict i. ; in a union !j| developemnt of a
choice is lietueen Hamiltonian Federalism him, whom )Ir. Webster no doubt) considers( Attorney was engaged himself in preventing with the :Money Power; in a subserviency of electrical force surpassing; steam in general
We that :Mr.. Southern the rush of .the populace, ai.d receiv..ed .
4 ,(... or Jcffe- nian Democracy. I arc aware Cl.i's as a "dug up lien ,." But, we presume, that it, the Government, to the rule and domination usefulness.
; ( some rough handling in (the encounter. It
: ., That any portion of the South should hesitate friends; believc.or w ish to make others believe, as 1'Ir.V.\ has become a 1 Democratic convert ; was full ten minutes before the confusion" in of the same power.
r : ,: this batter is 'and that they can catch the puppet, and pull the he Las also become a convert to the ,, A manufacturer: at Paris, has d a
\ on strange scarcely allY wav abated.! 4lhly. Another principle will be. to yield co\r
? 'I wires as they may piasc.. Never were a set war! composition} of metals, less liable to tarnish
f .credible. Hitherto but ona Southern( State I i by degrees to the demands of Abolitionism.
\ 'f of politicians nvrc deceived. Their hopes ISritivh War with CLiiuu. than silver, and which will not melt at less
-l (Louisiana) has formed) !he unnatural union, The XcYork, Framls. i i This they must t do, or loose their aid. which
I and ambition blind them. '1 hey see things The Charleston : The Charleston I than a heat treble that which silver wflllear.
".11 i and that has been produced by the pitiful Mercury says :- Tlae V. Mercury places this ncfa. would be destruction. As they yield, the
through a roseate mist! and sec them very different : Y. Herald, Monday, which, if not a harts The cost will less than eight cents
' 10 bribe of 2J cents on sugar. Esau sold his fariotts proceeding in a Itt t rotig light, in the following :' demands: of Abolitionism will increase: and b 1
j from the reality. The fierce of r paper, is at least a Harrison paper, s.ivs : i I ounce.
: birth right for a mess of puttagc: and Louisiana anger According to the I best calculation. it extract : \the\\ finale will 1 11f, the putting: down Federal
old vain scorned and is ap. ,
an man, vituperated,
:: i htr's for 2i cents a pound on sugar. pears that, in the great Atlantic cities, there "'ARROGANCK AND: I It'ioluxcE.-\\"hat: Whigism, (forever it '*. to be hoped), or n The Abolition journals are exultin* oier

1 it1 But what. sjialj Florida ,elJ! her birthright not to be quenched, when in possession of has been, for three years past, a disposihlc: vould time British thii.k if some: South American dissolution of the Union. If they refuse. the punishment they have inflicted on the

.4z.it{ : ;; forj} What !boon will Federalism give her power, by the soothing of interested politicians force of fire thousand men, distributed ia: N. : CII'OVfcre to arrive on their coasts, they will loose their ill-got: power. If they Northern Democratic members of Congress,

i'fw.'\ to join Jhe corps Whig Abolitionism / \Vetl' and particularly when that anger maybe York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Albany, and object .to all the usual British t forms of rc- yield, they disolthe Union, amid the curses who have: within the last few years, voted to

, : can conceive of none, and if such result docs stimulated by vindictive, ambitious rival. other towns, who were up to the highest bid ceiving amb'issadors; bring up ;a fleet armed and execrations of the people. sustain the South against the Abolition action
I We take from the Richmond Enquirer the der, and driven about from town to town like: : vesels! to intimidate the British authorities, of
'E take it but from ; the. in
I :r place, can proceed sheer ignorance Whigs Congress.
following account of the proceedings of the cattle, to the polls, voting as often as they :and, from ignorance of the English language, Col. Do\viiins's: Circular. From the <
184 V"Dsc.
l delusion, or infatuation.We Senate on the adoption of :Mr. Calhoun's Re. eould, and laying: pipe" in every city and 1 I take umbrage at the customary expressions: of Our Delegate: has: written a long: address to 12,AnljS'aorl.U/ana 1938.

I f" are aware that there is a strong: i.itc- in every ward. Sometimes the Democrats :)diplomatic notes, demand redress for suppo- |his constituents.! Asthe Colonef is to be laid serviles voted that -Fjfty-ihree Nbrthtia

1 ,:i jest now brought to hear upon this politicalquestion solutions. brought up these I Hessians-sometimes the I sed insults therein,and retire in: high diiugeon? on the shelf bv his good friends the resolution, every petition, memorial

:t: t which hitherto has been durmant at I SENATE of tlic U. S., "January :3, 1833. Whigs ; but they were always to be hail by i j Yet, such was precisely the course::! of the, Whigs, proposition or paper, touching or
"csolvcd.. That in the adoption of the those who had the! most money. It appears:; i British Ambassador, Lord Napier, towards we do not think we can: venture on it, being relating, in any way or to any extent whater-

t-'ii the South. We should rather fay has not Federal Constitution the States adopting the also, that this horrible !system' of fraud had its J I the Chinese. He 'ill isell: that for him they !so lengthy. as it i ic*. We hope, however for er, to slavery as aforesaid, or the abolition

!been? l stimulated! i iulo action, because it was: same acted severally as free, independent! and i origin in PiiiladelplKu: and: was contemporaneous I should violate their time honored usages, i ii.:; 'the honor of the Territory. that it is not so thereof shall, on presentation theret b hid

., silently gaining: power, .uid a premature development sovereign States ; and tnt!: t each, for itself'! by with the struggles ('I f the United states :sisting that be should approach thin Viceroy 'trashy a concern ns his last letter 'to the St.. on the table, without being prte or

I of cither its object or its power,I I I its ow n voluntarily assent, entered !'he Union Bank for a recharler. itS tin thought proper, by a letter direct, instead I Augustine News. That wns so evidently referred. Of these fifty-three, tiurtyjuhave

'(,1 would} defeat US object. We need scarcely I with u view to its increased security iigaif'St!!! .. There can be no) doubt!, therefore, that: the ol communicating, as the Chinese: : law written under the influence of hard cider, I ben told by their constuent t slay a

I that allude to interest all dangers, domestic as well as foreign, and I Jsystt'Itt: of election. frauds originated in the requires, through a committee of the Hong or home. To snenleen of they said"well
we, th. : Banking ; "
say 1t I something more that the Colonel's done
potent best 'I sixteen and
the more perfect and secure enjoyment ofits vauultot the banks, and that it is I I the legitimate Merchants! ; and because his name, in Chi by returning lo Congress,
:tkf : and tq those directly or remotely connectedwith advantages natural, political and social." I I offspring of the corrupt banking svsteni, j! imec, meant laboriously, vile,' deemed him. friends must wish that. in future be may' not placing o le (John Fairfield) in the Gaberna,

; .,i \ it. Yeas 32 which has twice suspended specie' payments !!self flagrantly insulted at its bei.ig; !so written be so" frc; with his pen after a visit to a LOT ;; tonal 1 chair.> .

11 It was more immediately on this question, Nays 13 (Webster one.) in three years!', arid cheated( the country! out of by them. Because; they did not give way to Cabin. I\ I iw many of the prescribed,were Wbtgs?

1 ; ;in connection with the money power, that the I 2. "Resolved. That in delegating a pore $50,000,000.: his ignorant and arrogant humor, he died of To IKS sure, the letter showed ral-tut no ( .Yol one! ..

3; : two panics divided nt the commencement fl tion of their powers to be exercised by the The Bank of the United; States is proved chagrin. This: was one scene between John tact. Now, the ruling of \fhi 10 ---- .
powers !ism the next place, gentlemen, the rrgnUi
.itn The Federalists called I Federal Government the Sta es retained, sev. be involved in this atrocious Bull md the Celestials.! :

: our heir government.assistance the of the to I erally,the exclusive and sole right over their 'I I overrule to by a moveablc regiment attempt of .Swissj to I As to the war now going on, it is just :r.s here, arc not satisfied: with mere zeal ; they "" Ion of the currency of the countr both

I money power domestic institutions and the the United want something more efficient. have j metallic' paper, belongs to gotenv
j own police, to guards, the opinions and wishes of the though States should send an cX. They an ?
They wished to place the I poo- I ment. and safe orcri
country. govern. full extent to which those powers WCHJ not 1 j pie. Charges which Mr. Bidtllc attempted to I peditinn to burn Liverpool, because their au. consequently deemed him deficient in the es. just supervision

.:, : ment, both, tte and Federal, virtually in its delegated, and are alone responsible for them; j.i look down by an amazingly innocent stare of' thoritics prohibit the smuggling of tobacco. sentials ; and he must make way for some i the money of the country, and that which

t. 3. grasp. They considered) that, as the only and that any intermeddling ef any one or I wonder-charges which his partisans iI the j I We have as much right to enforce ncgro-hcad one who can be more useful. Even the mel. performs the office of money, oee

h means counteract the evil tendencies ofhc more States, or a combination of their citi- j Senate, ill the House, in popular assemblies, i und pig.tail on Queen Victoria's people, as lowing that Mr. Lot Clark : him has "and properly appertains to
gave not The of the u-
t Zeus with the demestic institutions and policeof (they to compel time Chinese to take their regulation money i one
I .t excess of the Democratic principles engraftedinto in a thousan I presses, have branded us base::! i opi. sufficiently him. U dispensible
, \\10 ( ,\. the Constitution. the others OM any ground, political, moral, and unfounded calumnies, arc fixed upon it urn. The plea, that the Chinese authorities qualified j, prerogatives of governmentfJanicl
or religious or under pretext whatever; at Canton: had winked at the trade It is hard, but the Colonel must obey. We Webster in Wall street.
'r any at last.: But we have no dispos:tion f for ex. opium or
t 1 Tbe' Democratic party,Bunder Jefferson',I with the view to their alteration or subversion 1 tended comment. The excitement in N.wI ; at smuggling, which tne energy of the Government say must, for the mandate has gone forth, and 1 What does fr.\V ebter mean by .govern-

t. t. t Mad;wop, Monroe! Giles and Taylor, enter.' is not warranted by the Constitution! tending I I York is really terrible and has been greatly had at length suppressed, is about as submission is all that is left for him. If he meut"I 1 what docs be mean. by "currency"'?

tained difjferent views. They looked to the' to endanger the domestic peace and tranquil.J I I augmented by the ;attempt to take by violence I good as if we should hold the British Government I should show a disposit'on to rebel, even his'' Does he mean the General Govemmentla! nd

cxperien.ee of ;Qasl ages, and saw bow invariably lily of the States interfered withsubversivo of' responsible for the unfaithfulness: of its ]
J : ; from the possession! of (the Recorder, a pack. little Jacksonville concern could not be got to' by currency," does, he mean specie, goI
fYr and associated eallh the objects for which the Constitution. was: customhouse officers, and contend that it
consolidated hadsubverted
\\ of contain
; ; nge papers, supposed to matter I raise the standard (foi him. I and silver coins, or does he mean box*
'. :. the liberties of the people-and in. formed, and by necessary consequence, teud. | that is important to the investigation. If it I'I'I was precluded from enforcing its J laws against There 'I 1
are several ot the bills? If the
ing to weaken and destroy the Union itself. smuggling, because! its dishonest had Bank Conservatives the former, then
be remembered that this excitement is raised, agents along
that i
of theL
,4 stead
entertaining apprehensions
Yeas :32 violence enacted j time encouraged it, and American looking to take Col. Downing's place. ,I has regulated the : it has exercised
and this! the: week before the j many I currency
Democracy would plunder the rich, theyii Nays 0 (Websterone.) Presidential election, and that it is adding tenfold I traders would be greviously: disappointed and The matter will be decided in the Bank I all its constitutional functions in regard t<,;

J feared; I that* t !the** combinations' of wealth would 1 "JanuaryG i, 1838. { fury to the party passions that were al. ,I damaged if it were suddenly I checked." I lour, and all ambitious aspirants must 8cqui.1 j it has coined money and fixed the weighting

': legislate for the benefit of the few, and by the ; Mr.\ Cdlhoun's 3d resolution under consid. ready raised to n dangerous pitch, the fear of''j The Calcutta Christian Advocate says : esce in its dictates. Wo to him that dares 1 value thereof. If by currency" be mew*.

i: ,sacrifice of the interest of the many. cration Mr. Morris' motion to amend the popular strife and bloodshed, such as has ncv. resist. He would become bank the
i'' thereto the j "The end of the whole matter will, we a marked man f where, we ,'oul aski 1"-
This we icel has been the case, and tame by adding following: er yet disgraced elections in this country, is j from that forward
npw he and
the day the
1 "And that the privilege of the people to suppose, indemnity to opium smugglers at proper time, t er given to the Genrl Government t

from one end of! the Union to the other, we speak, write, print and publish their opinions :J j show.not without The too intense much interest reason.! attached But time to these will )iut homo, and war abroad ; but all the disho. an example would be made of him. late them, or to do any thing with them o l

.i 4; see one united action! ,of associated wealth, on any subject whatever, whether the dame I ns well as the desperate character of'I I nor, national immorality, bloodshed and ex. This is the instinct of the soulless I regard to them 1

: r eekjnff pi) yrruption2falsehood and cajolery, concern the political moral or religious iristi- some papers of the guilty parties, will be seen by'' pensc, will be rolled upon the English peo. Power. Inexorable as the Venilian Council'' regulation money" says Mr-.
I to seit.e: on the )legislation of the country, and' | pic. The humanity and benevolence of Britain "Te o .
the and
for their own selfish\ unions ofany or on nature the following extracts {from the Herald of, will be the burden of Ton, it feels that it must keep up Webster, the prerogative of government."
use it : purpose, for the condition ofmvi is born equally{ free and I in. bearer for sustaining "i
ii Advancement of the InD, at the expense of the dependent, is indispensable; mid that those Wednesd ty; I II the evils induced by the forcing of a contra racter, or lose or diminish its. influence.- : Very wdl But whit i noney J I c

.!: J 'ttanv.r':1. :j exercising that privilege are responsible to the I I Look out fur the Jlentworlh l'apcrsCOlltl'lnplaled :band and poisonous drug on the people.Mr. ." While it rewards, it is prompt to punish the made of the precious metals is atone W>&1\

: 'Florida must choose between the two. State only for the abuse of the liberty in which riolence.We were informed, I slightest indication of resistance. This is a then the Government has exercised its pre
Federalists | '.laic last night, that a deep plan had been i \V<>bstcr and the
v-I She must join the Northern alld'under'Vtbsi such writing Assumption of i terrible tyranny ; and to think that the canstitvtio- I
speaking printing or publish. I same men rogative, ghr.n to
concocted and matured of the i
by some tools
American I' I !
; and State Debts.
Clay's System
iti r and free thus
takes should
men labor those
ing actually place. to fix it on themselves has no other prerogatives than
i of the Wall which
of street
:be plundered: by pie North as a section, and at' Yeas '' one cliques, is to Mr. Webster it will be violation of
I Rejected !9 (\\ ehstcr one.) says j and on their posterity sh how
.ws given.
) bo put in execution this day, if possible. It us ,
the flanks.I
:)hjome} by 22 the Constitution for the General
? Nnys
j I i is to scizo by force, or obtain by (fraud, false Government I frnil and weak is poor human nature.A If howevcr, by M money" meant k.
I 41 It i current tbe Mr. Bayard moved to strike out from tho to assume the of the State Debts o i
on change: money payment
among other
violence ,
or means possession ;
keys the
where would ask
; National we orct
the words biz
3d resolution "several States of i i
% .a circles, that a dispute has grqv'i up between i the Glen.wortli papers." If the Recorder ; but they can do the thing in another \\\8" t
f ) of this Union as a common ," and inser. or years, the people were told of the able I the constitution granting this prerogathfJ
** Mr. Biddlo mid the present officers '> (Jheb agent produces them in court again, and ::The Government cannot take the of
I of the U., S.p? attempts money I manner in which the United States Bank j is not inherent the General Government*,
j ( "peopl
Bank fonlf big
United States who is ju ', was
1' as tQ
I II i
to read them, a party are to rush on him, it the Government nnd the debts with it
*,* and that an nppeitl to the public j" ,iho case, Losf Yeas 8 ( Vebstcr one.) I is haiJIIcI force them from him-carry them but pity I managed. It was held up ns an example to j for it has HO inherent powers or prerogative-
$ they can give to the States for
.;' i*. likely to be the consequence. This is Nays 34 :off aud destroy them, that their contents may money c other: institutions ; and its President was avery We find nothing in the constitution aut r

t said 9n the authority of letters fro.rn f zla.deipha.N The question 'was then taken to agree to'j' never be known. Look out, then, for these them to pay the debt with There is a Whigleader's Money God ; his dictum was the law in I an inference that bank bills were conSde

.. Y. Jour. Commerce. the resolution as previously amended, viz: conscience for you Is not this
Honest of both finance. :Mr. Tbettis
papers. men parties arc Biddle is unquestionably an [as money. If there be, where it I
That this instituted i
':r itat, we believe, is not the only quarrel) Resolved.and' the government several States was of bound to support the honor of the city, and making the constitution u piece of waste paper able man ; yet, such is the tendency of these i nothing or implied in the cowbw.
adopted by express
it from such violent and to be twisted and turned into
has hand. save disgraceful shapeone
IbeBonk of the United on this Union, as n common agent, in order to any institutions to mismanagement and corruption, I ion, in relation to the regulation of evrrc fl>
Tlio ]key of the office 1 A id this :is the
scenes. Mayor's
pleases who if
man the
in immedi. ,
/There is ooc( we understand, our : carry intoeffect the' powers which they had where the have been sto. t hat the stock of this Bank was at one time separate and distinct from gold and *e
placed, was
..1&e Deighbortyood, as lo ,,'botrhall, boar thJoa''oo delegated by the Constitution for their mutual len last night.papers The papers, therefore( bad to Whigs get into power, will be Secretary of 8156 per share-now, or vory lately, it wait oin. there be, point it out. '

g j .c tttall!large purcIues of cotton,said i security and prosperity-and thai the fulfil. be removed. It is the duty of the Recorder State, and perhaps Chief Justice of tho United [ 862 The first value, it may be said, was will I be perceived that Mr. WCb

$ tbnisdeIast. uonorandonac.( ment of his high and sacred trust,this Govern. read in I States. What chance, we should like to fraudulent '- I &
them taken
'lo have private, copies n one-no doubt:, it was ; and sois makes a distinction :between .money""that

1L 9! 1 Yoted} tatet Bank; The said ment is bound to the exercise its and powers as not and tointerrp and the proper contents published, and thus I know, would justice, or: right, or law, or constitution I the las: one. Fraud and corruption and ,which performs the office of !.:
i stability security "
I r i gt 4bWpYOceedS, bylo .ct* to_bearingfbelA the) domestic wUh I ? j inmtyutious i of the States that allay the excitement. I have with such' a man, where either unfortunate speculations, and loans to favor. 1 1ites By,the one, evidently means,ib

ii I on the. 'purchase'. "Thejjijr. fUh eat composed; the' UnIon; and :that it is llie solemn The prophecy the Herald,' that a resort I private interest_ or; party success, or party: and political friends, baTe reduced the ()rth. country : by the otherb le1.C

l tkolittfe ones; 'and the EC.o Ukef the larger duty of th* Government to resist! to tbe ,extent to force yould be mad, to proc .ae the publi. i politics may be involved in a d cisiou ? The hares'to what they ''are bills the.,State !tba Brafi*

i 'qr'the prey, eo'Uejickal, J %ntoifdown. its'Constitutional power, all-attempts by cation oftbo Glentworth papers, was fulfilled I former as a matter! .of 'couise'would,- ,' be sairi.ficfd. ,Can any other result be rationally! expected c)lo n bills,'worth e tkres baD tbe doIUr, *

% c ,,. ,. one portion of? theUnion] to use, }has n jn. to the letter, as we find from the following I ''i'I II.from. any, other Rational., Bauk L (.I t tiUsjjfNew'York: .back, worth.atjnJJp.H


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dollar. A supervision The Conservative Candidates. Count Montholon
much as a 20 detention
isae" years ; __
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these, he says, necessarily and proper- We see a notification, or something of that Voisin, 10 diUo ; Mesonan, 15 ditto ; Par. DIED, STOLE*-, cl "- ; -* .-- .:

erer to government." To which gov.jrornent kind,in the last Star, telling us, or telling the quin, 20 ditto : Bouffct Monlauban, 5 ditto ; I tl.u At the rl.id.n of,Mr. J. D. Westcolt,Jr. in OR T AH BF :&p1 1.,1", .e,.

jbelong 7 Not to the General Government : I' Conservative I'nartthat. there would be.no in. Lombard, 20 dotto ; Ferrestier, 10 ditto. in the city 45tk on year the In of inst.her age..i MABUB D. BIT ON Mrg U o-'ai&h o the 1 TEDK8.i Wt o Boa and Loin, bf'tWa'ay' ";. ., )O, .

'I candidate with the other. Second Rank, Bataille, 5 deten. Cart, Manning (lilt aUeke Din.. &.a '.. '
to do with the State institutions, terference of one (Obituary ) plundered_ Indians, the ';:- in .I'
jibw nothing And why tell the people that ? Who ton ; Aladeni transportation for life ; L. At the residence of Richard Bradford, j in this (a near u fUeled,) were fo10wln( papr.! Slpp C ,,' .' "
to regulate or supervise them. That pray, County, the 30lh ult Job M. away ,
either years detention on Allen, .' .
- Desjardine '
; ac. Eliz. ote and H are forbid frtimC Lodging, "
1 there would be ? The idea is c atcle trading .
of the State Governments. It evcr thought Galvina ditto. De bcthlwa. N. J. in the 23d year of his pnn. Board and iMBtk.
; age.
ji the business quite Lambert, ditto ; In the papers, u I to bare renew- Lodg'tng. e Q
in the extreme. I death of Mr. Allen mnch. ed. tem U lie pr .
socdyllulot by
preposterous Bur O' -
and imperative dutythat they dito.
duty an Being *
their grad of ,
is College and unitIng One Note "
------ -- ile made'payable to May Manning or Board willraut Lodging. m 4 ) -
should regulate and supervise, in the most Whiff Frauds. From Ihe Morning Chronic of Wednesday.; .with studious habits, a clear and vigorousiuin 'I bearer, for Cflecu hundred and filly d-dUrs cfatwl30th I' t bj tbe- r. 35 00 '. ,

and exact manner, all these it stitu. Clark, the Whig candidate for Governor in The tone of the French Journals of Monday before?, him.a card r nf utefu'.i.c.'ii! and h< m.r riUwnrd : ,. April, 1037, and due M Jan. 1842. bearing ] Children! .od colored sera !, half pnc l white
precise His I
1 been detected is warlike. The gentle dtportmcut and amiable interest from lt Jan. 1840, at ten. per cent per | sorranti$ full prica.Hor.se .
which, with such consummate folly. Missouri, has in writing a let exceedingly tempest flispasilion; his modesty and strict rectitude of I
tioas I annum. Signet, MORRIS &;SESSIONS; j feed. each meal, 0by ,
an echo in the .
I ter to some one of his party, recommending cabnethalf purpose, had won ihe cnt.em of all who kne.1 One Note the day $00 per day.
they have created.it i of the members of which him and payable to J. W, Hi fan or bearer,for
1 for ,
bound in the
himaJf i them to have printed tickets in were war, and miny strong cords of friend. one hundred dollars, in January or February by, the month, 2i 0 per month.
but that Mr. Webster j the other half for date
was lately peace. The King headed ship. Though a strauger when he came among IMO, due lot Jan. Signed, Can.leJ each, le
and the whole Whig party, were in arms !I! appearance those intended to be used by the I the peAce part, which, including his Majeaty tho us, his many "irl uelcut wining themselves around 131 JAMES COXEL smIte ,50 :

of much !less Democrats, and for them to be sent through constituted a majority by a single vote.- hearts of his acquaintances caused tears of One Neto payable lo Reuben Manning or bear by the.month. 10 00 per mot
at the suggestion a proposition regret, that one *o yaung, so promising much Gentlemen will in all
1 '\ But Louis so er,for sisly dollars. dated in January or February I bo charged cues &f
: certain counties the State
extensive in its operation on these institutionsthan l in accompanied by Phillippe being something more beloved: ; one brfure whom the world opened no I 1840, and due lit Oct.ensuing. day, unless: tLcjvlipuUU for a longer period. ,

this of regulation and supervision instructions hOlD they were to be used. What I'than a man in the National Councils, the pre. brightly, should[ bo so early ci t off. Truly did Signed!, JOSEPh FAIR ,Accounts aro expected tu be stilled- at the end o

powcr When it was propo- may be expected from the inferior agents of'pondcrance was greatly in favor of the peace say: One Note made payab'c to J. W. Hagan O every month. 7 itpllITOTICEl _'
now claimed by them. side of the balance. M. Thiers had quite "The goo die first, bearer, due one day alter date and dated Slit of

led to extend the provisions of the Bankruptbill the Bank Power, when its candidates for gone over to the left or Odillon Barrot And they wl ole hearts arc dry as summer dust,' March l 3. Signed, JOHN W. GLENN.Also ; D URING my absence from the Territory C.I":

the banks themselves, the Whig cry Go\ernor is so vile 1BY trusting to mob influence to secure the party triumph Burn to ihe socket." a Note n.ade payable to E. E. Blackburn or David F.* Wilson is my autl&bed Attoneynfact.
has nothing I I will bo some consolation to his bereaved bearer fur twelve hundred anti eighty dollarn.dalcd A.R.STEPHENS.Tallahassee .
vas : the General Government ,' [ TilE FLORIDA.] of his policy. M. Guizot on the con. parents, to know I hat the deceived nursed 17th Jan. 1839, due tot Jan. 1842, bearing interest Aug. 17. B40. .4

to do with these State institutions. You must LivERroot Oct. 9. trary declared for the King's side, aid advised With the fenderest care, and the pro:res'a* of I is 'at ten per cent per annul ?rr"m Jan. 1 1,1840, pay- Tin Ware Maiinfartorj. -

alone, and leave it to the States I the convocation of the chambers, and the up. disease watched with the utmost solicitude; nn I stile in par money and endorsed on the back by ltlESuhscribereontmnueatoearrv on Iheabova
1et them and supervisethem. I I SPAIN. pointmcnt of a new Ministry. The contest when the inscrutable purpose of tho Most Hig'i E. E. Blackburn.! Signed!, GEO. GRAVES. JL business in all its branches, and keep constantly -
which created them to regulate I had been consummated, with and above note belongs to on hand general which 08 offers
I ', MADRID, Sept. 22.-Most important news in France is furious but grief borrow, Tie Joseph Manning.Also .lrlonL
Another tune is now sung ; and this'ery ; every thing depends. yet "hh joy, it was lecollected: a against ltabt. C. A wholesale: or retail, purchasers.WM. .
ifit should be confirmed Obhatiol
( doubtless it the ConditoJ.a
as will on It is '
and supervise U that ) chambr. a pity the removal "Life's but 0 path that mOll be trod, Hurst, tille two lots of land, and two H. FRANCS,
, power to regulate has arrived to day, namely, that Espartero declines from office 2g 9 .
I 11 was not resolved Ifmnenwuutd paj,to God. lon lots in Troupvillf, Georgia, with several receipts 1 gnro
which perform the office of money, is i. to accept the Premiership which the upon the country was in such a ----- --, -- for notes, placed in the said Hursl's hands Strafed or Stolen,

claimed as necessarily and properly" upper. t: Queens Royal Decree of the 16th confers fCrment: : to take the question of peace or For Baltimore. for collection. Dated 3d Sept. 1849. the subsrlbr. jo-> JOUi 'instanta

to go\'ernment-that is, to the Gen. J'I on him, but offers to proceed forthwith to war out of the hands of statesmen, to be decided The hooner JOHEPl IIANKEY Also, Signed R. C. HURST. FROM; lit! Lh years old, fourteen

tuning : Madrid,and to arrange matters with the Junta by popular clamor or accident. Calt.laddol, part her cargo an Obligation or Bond, given by Tho- B. hands high branded on the left shoulder with the
is to i Haling of the of Texas ,
Go\'erument-that Congrcs, as Republic ,
eral and in such -- -- -- wil sail "i iUi despatch for counly letter 0, black mane and tail. The said horse formerly .
Ayuntamiento -
a matter as to en. to make a title of one fourth of land to timesuberibcr
has himself : 1'rotn the Globe.A the above For league to Mr. W. A liberal
Harrison voluntarily put '! port. freight or passage belonged Taylor. reward -
General able him to that and his for and recording
appoint a Ministry would be NEW WAY TO apply 10 the Capt. on board or to Beltwn' Fisher receipt expenses given fur the delivery of the saidlmorc.to
GET R!$[U. \
of having thing to do or Deed, w'licli' : he to forward where I b
out of the way any | satisfactory to both her Majesty and the I Tallahassee. was me W. H. KINDO,

in the matter, except to approve-right orrang. I nation. Espartero states that his commandof Harrison says, in his Dayton speech: "The I OCI' 31. 14 live in Montgomery county, Ten sc, Fay two systems [bank and credit system, we Signed, Tilt B. HUL1XG.
the does allow his sup. licckvvitli's
not Fills.
. army accepting the pose,] are THE OL1 MEANS, UNDER HEAVEN Maps of Tallahassee. Also: many: olhor papers not recollected, and of SUPPLY of ihit celebrated for
-' the States cannot Premiership. published and fur sale by time ?ubcrMicr, no importance to other but tlf. A remedy Dys-
may say, by which industrious any person ,
Some persons a poor man JUST PODMO, warranted fre h and : Juil
Accounts from that may i and of the of MAY: J/AIVA'/iVC genuine.
reel Map City ;
| Spain state Espartero coi Tala.hsce. .
it." Is this the case ? Have the become rich, without bowing to colossal received and fur sIc! by -
regulate 1'on leaving Barcelonia, published a proclama. wealth" Ocl. 8, HIO. nuly 6t!', 1840 LEWIS.
granted away to sets of individualsthe I AJxo, A1nanacsfor 1841.People's ALSO. RDOLrH&
States lion, in which he announces the dissolution J BBLS. OLD RECTIFIED %WHldKEV
Indeed! Franklin thought that "under Heaven : Comic and Crocket Almanac' for Lost at the limn and KCthe O
make or what performs same pi following O
nght to money ol the National Cuard of that ;place in consequence for sale by MILLER
1841. Checks Union and Southern Life and to ) ROWLE.Port
AND FRUGALITY Were the on papers belonging Charity Manning.
the office of money, at their will and pleasure? : of it having been organized with Ra. ONLY IDUSTR1 means by which a industriousman Trust Company. Just received an I for sale by lOne Note made pate to Charily Manning or Loon, 18th Sept. 1840-_ _

and placed them beyond the control and pow.er I dical views. The General in charge of the may become rich. But poor a than I nov 14 16 P. A. 1:YW AIU>. I bearer, f r r one col3!dated in August or A Valuable ugnr a Cotton Flantatiou -*

If this be so, then indeedthe I I War Department at Valencia, under date the Franklin is here greater I September 1837due one day after date. for Sale.
of the people. Se-
-O- MAY MANNING.Alho I sell! his
letter 00'0Clloi'cc'Sltag'lsJ Signed, sul.sriberm plantation on the
21st from
Sept. publishes a Esparlcro THE
people arc already sold, body and soul, to Says the rich to the poor, work for me to. S nnd I two notes due Charity Manning one for side Suwanee rivcrat the Old town-
changers. They have devotedthemselves in which he accepts the post of President of, day, and I w ill give you a dollar. I fur sale by P. A. HAYWARD.nov14 one hundred and fifty dollars,wilh a credit of forty I Madison county Florida. This land was: purcha

the money aud their posterity to a worse thanE"vmian the Council, and Solicits and Majesty's RoyHi Says the to the rich I 1CFor:; doll.ire, date not recollected, but{ in 1234 or I W3 I I red in 1 183), al lubicslelr! a price 200 percent
poor --- -
: for have bound them. authority, in order that he may proceed to I for IJ'c'orkcd -- Sale or Kent. .other note for forty dollars, due Jan. ].163 j higher than sold at that time-.
bondage, they 1 I Madrid to form The you to-day; now pay me the dollar. Signed BIIXJ'X: L\SIlG. I They were kc.'eclcd with great care and trouble ;
a new Ministry. Queen
selves as ruthless as Moloch aadas I Says the rich to the i A HANDSOME, TWO-STOUY onc'Nole and lie
to a power I I poor, here is my pro. Also, or ne-bildue> confidently! a-"ert that they areuotturpnssed -
iioillm as Juggernaut. readily granted the required authority, and I in'so to pay a dollar to an} body that asks it, \: I I.,',.: FRAME STORE, eligibly situn.atrd for one hundred dollars: datod KJ31 or l a : I.ylY lauds in Florida-ihe growth ofI
Gen Xavier, who made time communication, !I which i is just as good dollar. fur blline.!, near the centre of a recollected. Signed I which CQIill i t.!nf sweet gum, wild cherry mulber-
as a I
Ban kOcracy. addsocHer1i1j'st)' thus proves to you, per i I The : Itail Road Street, Port Leon. A liberal 3wli* REUBEN MANNING. i| ry, tvahon, rraplc. magnolia, live oak, and undergrowth
The banks of Georgia arc feeling their emptorily the confidence which she placesin poor man takes the promise goes rredit will be given on jjooG security. \Veiiivite Marshal's Sale. I I canr-. 'Ihe tract contains 1,396.16: of
home, and gives it to his wife to the attention of those wishing favorable 1 i Inch there has been cleared 75
keep.A a The land
under the influence Harrison Whig- hands l well convinced virtue of Iwo writs of fieri fjfias, issued out acrel.
being that
your ( i-tand for l BY
power month afterwards he goes to the rich u-ircs* Superior Court and to me Directed i; |j}>! one mill! on the river, anti 100 and a half miles
ism. Many of them set the laws passed by there is no person who would know better man with his promise, and asks for the dollar. I'I'I' AunfT; & ORMOXO. ole ai LOI.uil of Mailland, Kennedy SfC J. .' back, abiul :CO:: mitts from the mouth( of the river.

the Legislature of the State completely at de- than 'ourselfhow to realize the wishes of her Says the rich to the I have Iton, 1 15 tf L.4c C. Demilly.'and the oilier at the suit of\Wi!. ': It is never ubjccl to overflow. One-sixth of the
poor, stopped I '
-some of them on the ground of tin- Majesty t who ardently desires the peace, '\\jiayment.I Notice. ham Hi'.liard! for the IIFC of I lie Union Bank cf Florida ::i 1 I in purchase five money anniinl l>> be paid in cash no the balance
union and of all vs. J. 1. Ueniilly! I have levied! on equal iu.Malmonts inleres. Ho
happiness upon
constitutionality of the law, and others be. Spaniards. 'j Says the poor to the rich, yon willot re '1 IX weeks afirr da'e, I will apply to the) lion.I lilt t went day ofNovt-irber next,beingVcd ali |I II !'i will take, fi.r part of the purchase money. mulesat !
The Mouitfur of Sunday publishes the I tile of the Court of Leon forLcLtrp y"ffh fair .
fuse Judge County further
to for ; For particulars to C.
do nut think the law a .ootl one. pay me a day of ; it i is : nesday, Court house at Tallahassee! within I priees. apply
cause they l following telegraphic despatch: only a dollar; ; Adminitrai.i on the Estate: of Abed- ihe usual hours of sale,shall proceed to tell, LOTS I i S. Siblf-y, Ewjr.,Ta'Uha&ee! or 1 the subscriber at

and therefore they will not obey it. MADRID Sept. 29th. I Says the rich the neo lotcr. deceased. (". C. HALL. NUMBERED THIRTY-SIX. THIRTY-XIXE, I IfORTY. |'i St.Auustine-jfby mail postage t. be paid.
to it is not convenient \ 16 ,
A people that will tamely submit to this, "Esp rtcru made: to day his grand entree I for poor -:-'v. :._-, 1H40- --- .FOUR, and FOuTY-SEVr.X.) ( i in the' ALEX WATSON.
me to pay body 1 owe-so I |I 1Il'.Icmher : C. I 1840 9 3m
every North half[ of tIle
deserve to be the shves of sl.ives ; they into Madrid I in the midst of an immense con. :I have determined medicine and Dentistry. County Utiailer. within the City I -_. _
to The law with
pay' loLu y. H. A COOPER DAYTON tender his orTalaha-Ip. tojrt-lier all the BUILDINGS YEn'
course, 1:1: a carriage drawn by six horses.- 'r. l FALL 4. WINTER GOODS.
would merit tin com'niser.ition, if they were gives you a remedy; sue me if you choose. D vir(' lo the citizens Tallahassee an PHYSICIAN. IMPROVEMENTS 1 thereon erected. !

ground to the dust by the cxacions: of the lie was received in his progress with niimcr.i'j Says the poor to the rich, if I go to law, it !2-UKGr.OX.fc: SURUEONDEATIST.Office Levied upon a! the property of the aid J. L.Dcnnlly : THE culftcnberi'ew York are and receiving by late arrivals '
vitals. The and to be sold Boston their tock of
the aforoaidiexecutions
ous provincial deputation and satisfy,
j I will cost me ten dollars to get one.I & Co'. \Vv att g Brick liuildinjg, up stairs. ...FALL AND WINTER.. GOODS of
accordinn law.
banks.Jovcrnor. the municipality received him at the mansion I Dr. I). lie to attend to culls in tl consisting
I So happy I ,,
much the belter any Baggi ,
for me and the lawyer, wi Dated Rope Prime Negro Cloth. Fancy Print,
; Macdoiaid: in his late Message where the Junta hold its session. The I! branch tf IJI rrofcs ion. He hal devoted mid, 21h Oct.140.1.JIGI mil Linens .
says the rich! READ, Marshal, $'I: together wit!" a general a ssorlment -
I attention diseases of the and I
.10 the Legislature, says : town is illuminated. I I So the \to Teeth Ncrvou Oct 24 13 F. KALIII-SR. iif Staf-lo( and Fancy Dry Goods. Also, a
poor man goes away, and sells the Affrtli'iii.i .f tile h. ad and face,and is prepared to 0.11 I of
general BOOT
assortment and SHOES of
.4 With the act of the 23d December last GERMANY AND FRANCE.At rich man's promise to the broker for perform al I! the ordinary! or extraordinary 60 Dollar Kcwal'd.d various
cpen.liulloi descriptions. JAMES E. .
requiring the Directors of the several Hanks the suggestion of the King of Prussia, :i rn'T\ Dentjslry in a neat and "uti.-tarrial muni.r.He STOLEN from the subsetihc.-s Tallahassee 3 Id -

and;! Ijraitcb JJ.inks to disclose the amounts thf? King Hanover and Havana consenting, 1 CIXTS.lUr much richer is the poor man than if I has :M'LKXIHI) COLLECTION of tht best.tIt'r1F1cIAL place on the 12ih ijistaiit a very Noted Lost Tflislaid, --
them to the Banks of the German confederation applied to France TEETI.Thl'Iame dark bay Stallion, about seven NOTE: of hand for
duj respectively had dollars
ly II paid him a silver dollar for his : to which was premium at old, 13 hands high his left fore A Iwenty-two given
Aibidi they arc Directors, and enjoining on t) kIOwhi1t reason there was lor tin armaments days' work in the first instance. : lie last Fair. ol the American Institute,(end which fool is black the other tiine i is while, a very. tit in sometime by George in Young- to the Subscriber dated

the President or Cashier the duty of stating in progress. M. Thicrs most posit. i How these systems enrich the : i he u ill iii-ert in ouch a way that they wi!.n natural I horse, and his form Indicates a very fleet horse. !January: last. All persons are cautioned -
poor again.- trading for'lhe mid A
Hie amount of indebtedness by ively declared I that the French Government j a industrious many : in al1csatace, and useful for all purposes twenty Dollars will! be given for the horse and nole. liberal
and reward will br-
aggregate poor woman too in given to the finder .it
on roturnine to
mal "f injt.li'I ation. If they do not give perfect satis Dollars for the horse and Thief delivered
had intention whatever of fifty at
for stock no attacking any I I ICT3
Stockholders, cither capital or mo. Baltimore. can: answer from Juy 4. 43 JAMESC.WELLS.
recent will !lt
lxplri.CiCC. flcllll, nothing1 .chargnt for the operation.I tiki place All informal conrerr.lnjr will
of the the thtf
states to federation
borrowed but few of the Banks have belonging ; .
fleys ; I I EI-.TI1 PLUGGED CLEANED. &c. &c. be thankfully received. VIOLET I'O SVELL. Notice,
complied. Upon the receipt of their April that, ou the contrary: it wishes to remain with I Hurrah f for old Tip! I D. P. inli'.ids loi.-iake t.il home it Tallahassee. Tallahassee Ocl20. 1.1 tf. DURING my absence from the Territory,

Reports, I addressed a letter to the officers of them 0:1: the same friendly footing: that has --.- -- I and iic pretty warrant ail Ins Dental 018rt1001 The Georgia Constitutionalist will give the Alc :t>*i'hi & Oruio! are ny authorised

those Banks who!e Report! did not conform hitherto existed; that the armament of France: From the. f'harlctlon Courier. /u gIve: (/f"lntlnd; permanent above three luscrliurisand forward their bill .this agenis. JOHN LEDG'RWOODf

to the law, calling their attention to this sta. could not in any \concern or alarm the The regular mail of yesterday did not l O.'H I adi.Itiderrf. at .Mr 11.at Chandler's.Lii their dwcllin. :!, oral Dr oOicc. -July-11. 1840._. SO_

and with its German: Confederation; that the oft come through, Lit we indebted List Letters FLOUR. ,
lute, inviting a compliance requi. arming are to pa* Lii >n and advice gratis. T2 ort 17 '
sitions. Some of them responded to the call the fortresses on| the German frontier had scngcrs 'for the .V. Y. Herald Mondayunil REMAINING in *e Post Office in Tallahas! ',A Sc\W*\ BBLS.for sale PR.IE. OnTUER" FLOUR

by forwarding the required statements; others no object but the defence of the country and j: the Bait. Patriot of Tuesday last, from which PCL3KI, TEXV.. GuI Oct IR4Q If not taken vMhin the 1st daY November.", !they, 1940 wijlbss ; .- net 3 10 by JAMES E. BROOME Co.

declined! obedience to the law, assigning reasons lastly, that the French Government; on its we make the following extracts: Undelttallinghat Dr. A.Couftr. DAITON intends nt to the G out"cr311it! !Otfccc a/ dead letters., NE" BOOK AND STAT1 OWuiESTABLISHMENT. .

: for it, and a few disregarded altogether part: would not fVc-1 the slightest ap|'rchcn. I N. YORK, Nov. 2. tlst, in to Tallahassee establish himself, Fla.,,0 we a l'Yiiial pleasure and in D.eiprett'ing n-- Arqniro BetietoAdkins Ingrain JohnJohnson '

the communication) addressed to them. The iou or uneasiness similar measures of precaution I .Money .Market.-Sunday, Nov'r. 1.-A our opinion of his ability to be highly use Ur W L JameA HE subscriber has jtut received run. AtsonTMtrrofEeoks -

reasons assigned arc untenable. Some of were taken i-i respect to the German I great change has come over the commercial ful in th.M employments. This opinion is founoVdon Alan l'sqAnderson: Johnson: Jo B T Stationary &c.,
Kaiser & Bro
them arc predicated on the inexpediency ol fortresses on the frontier of France. community, and mure particularly the irouc- Our personal acquaintance with Dr. Dayton, Allen Silas Walker D Kitimer EliaKnuppel Messrs consisting or-

the law, while others, in addition, occupy the Letters from Constantinople of the 16thult. tary circles, since the receipt of the late intelligence and hi.i reputation a a Physician and Dentist. Argyle Dr HeinreckLnnmon BLANK BOOKS: ,
His education the North Medium, Demi and Cap,- Jonnuls
I at combined with his Ledgers, Day
Jugher gr-iu.ju of the want of cinstitutio.inl I state that the Porte had rejected the last from Europe. The apprhension ofa I experience in tho treatment of disease in various I Aikm Dr EtqAltman Books, Invoice Books, Records, Receipt Books,

authority m the Leislature to enact it." proposition of Muheinnt All, and the Snhan war in Europe, is (exercising quietly: in. I purls of time U. Slates, a diacriminaling mind and i James Lamb Mix'Sidney II Bank Books, Note Books, Dill Bofcs-payable and

had formally deprived him of the Pachalic of jurious influence here. The demand t l'r specie htudious habiu.. qual.fy him lo be, D he has heretofore Adna F>TIBullofk Lynn David receivable..VJemorandum Bduk,&e., &e.

"'hii/ul I and Democracy.The Eg} pt which his Highness on Izzct Mehomet. i has caused the banks to lose about o te- ben, an honorable member of the profeson Capt r J Lambert Leslie Mr E1Lively Jennel SCHOOL BOOKS:
English Tories take little inti-n-.s- ; S and society. ,I Browning Stephen Angcll's School Classics' sense Nos. 1 to6,Stnilb's
The Divan declared the third of theirs (
next coast of Syria us the shipments arc much Bealtie James 2 Luke and .
Arithniclic .
\Vilh these for amiable GrammarVoodbridge'
I capacities u"efulnes. the Geography
in our party deputes in the United States. and Alexander blockaded which the than I Bell DavidBrccke.uidge Lavender Robert
J upon larger is generally imagined. The rates personal character Dr. Dayton rende-s it impO and Alias Willard's Geography and Atlas,
We find in the New York Era the British and Austrian Ambassadors; notified llJ not I A M Livingston R G OlnevV, by and Walker's
following: I i ollreliul arc sufficiently great to mike Kible for us to give him our best wishes for happiness Geograp Atlas Dictionary
Blake Robert W Dr T W
I the of these Powers at to and in distant of the I'la< >fair's E.Jclid.DdY'I'AI--bra, Valpy' Greek
extract from a London journal. It is one efIeycralofthc subjects COllctlIItIllQ.1 .1 lra\ for speculation : prosperity a part country I! Willis Livingston Felix
that at the of tin I but if the next I without expressing our regret that his sphere of''I Burney Grammar, JacobV Greek Grammar Jacob's Greek
ple request ; news, now so near at hand, I Thomas May Marcellus
like nature which we have, and action and usefulness is to oc removed from lliisnei'hborhood. Bryan Reader Adam's Latin Grammar.National!Spelling
hall publish when hands ade would be enforced by the combined shuullcad to an increased enquiry for but Beasley! Wm Martt G Book, Elementary Spelling Bwk, Copy Books,
wu can lay our on
them. squadron* of England and Austria. On the great apprehensions wi b entertained C. G. KEENAN l M.D. Bnrnet Thos II 2 Munroe GM'Ferson Slate", Pencil;I C)phering B'obc. Jfc. .

S 17th, Nourri Bey left' onsta"Onople for Alexandria for the solvency of many our banking institutions It G. I' WlITF M.D Butler Dr Thus P Jas STATIONARY : -
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American read this!-The London HerId to inform MeKemct} Ah of his depo. I : as the drafts on them wnuld be E U. Bradly Burnett Mrs Sutnl E M'Intosh M'Cnnlt) John 5 Hudson's, Caller', Ames' and Hubbard's best

in speaking of the Naval' armaments of sition. Izzct Mehcmet f had likewise proceed constant and heavy for export. By those Nov. 7, 1C 10. l 15, tf. Bradford Mrs M L, H Michael W I and Writing Wrapping and Letter Paper Paper; Folio; Envelope Post, Commercial Drawing

England uses the following language ed to Cyprus to await the result of the polite well informed, it is calculated that more than 6th Oct. Bradford D/ EdwardBercan ; 1\taimorWm 2 ; Po>t and 1'acket Post Paper and every ether description
Fliese movements aro in th. right dircc- the two millions has been PUL""I, )1C40. Esq Miller) Miss Mary : *
message sent to Viceroy. exported within a short The subscribers take pleasure in expressing 3 i of Blank Paper; Alaynard ft. Noyes%
ton, but they are ludicrously disproportioncd The Council of the Divan, at which Me time, certainly an unusual amount under the their high opinion of th- profeJliolDllkilnd attention Cornell CraiWm P Mai.ly: Esq Mary \V WalkdenV Reeves & Kent's Black Inks; Steven'.

to the emergencies of the lima! Twenty hemet Ali was deposed, were held on the 12th circumstances. I of Dr. A.C. SurgeonDentist.His t. Cril'enden Japeth Dr H l F Miler> Esq Kent's Blue Ink, in pints anJ quarts; Walkden's and

thousand seamen, in addition to those nowengaged and 31th ult-threc days after the arrival of This has been exchange day for the pack. operations upon l>ie teeth of each of the Commanding Officer a Michelet Esq Inkstand Red Ink,;Wafer German cups Copying, pounce and Ink ; Sandboxes

in the public service, and ten new count Walewski at Constantinople. The ets. Foreign exchanges keep firm, thoughthe subscriber ledge, excite*, I.universal well as approbation.many :others in Indeed our know., such Forl Auscilla Mcrorclete Esq boxes File Presses Black Sand, Wafers of pounce all colors

line-of.battle ships, are required, at this mo. therefore in demand has been much Cionan JeremiahCornish Norman James and Sealing Wax Prince Victoria
measure was not adopted ignore diminished by the neatness, care, and beauty of fnish. m.irk all his JamesNr sizes ; Albert
Dent, to protect our coasts, to secure the in. ance of time intentions of France. The Shcik.I I export of bullion. work, that I, as in the case of ", i ii It Choran James James Neighbors ocionle Dr Luron and Common Sled Pens; Letter Stamp,

teretfs of England an the Mediterranean, TO aUislam and the Ulemas were all present, and The present condition of the United States frequently mi.-lakcn fur nalu.al. Cute! Charles Ot&ricn& Joseph I l'cnknivcs. Dell knives ALSO, India- Rubber&.c., &c.

OVERAWE THE DEMOCRATIC PAR. I concurred in sentence of deposition prononc. Bank, ana its powerful and ambitions hold on J.B. T.F. DAVIS BEXTON, DorseyHWDcmilly '2 Oliver Jim I. Blank Bill! Paper, Bills Lading, Note of hand EJC-

TV ix THE UNITED STATESnnd there. ed bv the Sultan. the other banks of Philadelphia, gives cause 1). I : J L 2 PearsonJnoWParsons; change Draft, Music Paper, Blotting Paper,Playing ,
by the overthrow of the British' _- :ROSE Duval John Maj P 1 Cards I Ritchie's Press
prevent [ mo. FRANCE. for the deep i itcrcst evinced in its future -- I patent Copying with
lit it ought to read the invasion of Twenty Dollars Keward. Dvil Thos Phelps RevPrichard apparatus cimpZete.Tue .
,] No
power ourse. definite has been made I C .
Louis I progress Debell Wm Miss
Xapolcon the COth
of Ronapartc. nn or about October, I --
the Canadas, and finally our flag from I I'II STRAYED I
protect bv the commissioners towards Perkins S
a negociation Dewey Henry
I This trial commenced on Monday tse'imight, ( STUD COLT: 3 year Book Bindery
msu1t ill South_America._ and elsewhere.. before the Court of Peers. The Prince, 'II with the Boston banks, for assistance from' old ; black mane and tail ; his fore legs black to Duval John C Ponder E G Is Ao continued, where all kinds of work can bo

Our Southern Whigs----ore- rejoicing at the with General Moutholon, Colonel Voisin, I that (juartcr in aid of u resumption by the hit Knees; a scar on his back, made by the saddle.Tho : Dann Kmcrscn Jy Master Mrs W E Spcur Parker Mrs Dr Elizabelh done as expeditiously as heretofore. Blank Work
i Bank. above reward, and nil reasonable! expenses, of all descriptions made t. order,and ruled to any
access of the party ;jn QIuo. The folia wing Lieut Aladamzc, and Messieurs de Pcrsigny, will be paid, on hjs delivery to the subscriber it St. Fisher Hugh Staple Mrs E C pattern suitable for Banks, Public Offices. Merchants .
Bitnctfrom die Richmond Enquirer, show Mesonan Parquin, and thirteen other prison-; I Messrs. Jaudon, Alsop and Brown all of Marks. Forsylh R Ow Snell H V. 4 SJ and others. Deed, Record and Docket

'tat crs taken at Boulogne, were introduced, and I the United States Bank, arrived here to.day, Nov.7 15 ROBERT 11. ALEXANDER.marshal's Felkel John Slidolph fa.df'airrloth Books, and all other Blank Book, can be obtainedat
art the principles of qne' of these good !land two or all of them ---- --- Lemuel '
the Court was immediately announced. The return to Europe by 'lames Sampler John L 2 :!iorl notice, rated and bound in any style ru-

patriotic Whigs, ovcf whpse election to Cpn. Baron Pasquier took his place as president ; { the steamer, to resume the negotiations of the Y virtue out writ of fieri Sale.B facias., issued out of Filly Green aw Major Vintry F qulicd: ; and warranted equal to Northern or any

grew Southern men are shouting for joy. 1 Frank Carre, the Procureur-General in his : Bank in London. The hopes that a resump Leon Superior! Court, at the suit of Fellows, Green Col John Vickers N N other manufacture. Particular attention paid to

The "Flail" of the 20th August, published scarlet robes, occupied one side, and M. Ber. tion: would b effected in January next, were. Casgili l and Company, vs. Frederick Gerardin, Adminislrator Gorman J B Walker Jos B. tcbindin, Aluac old Boo Booksc l'. Newspaj'ersMagazinc.Tam.i.hilcts ia plaiu or oruamcntal- '

*t Akron, Summit county, 0., gives an UUCC.dote I ncr, the counsel of Prince Louis the advocates dying away. It i! however confidently believed : of I. Gcrardin, deceased, I have levied 11111 Howard Wm Chale. Worshipful'Vhitrhurt Master C Jackson linding"or Lu .catch patlorD

of the recent Abolition Convention of of the other prisoners, and the Peers in certain quarters. that Mr. Jaudon, on I upon and upon the twenty.flh day of Novembernext House at Hamilton I Marin P 2 Lodge i' The subscriber, thankful for time patronage bt
the I his return to London 'will able being Wednesday, I tf" Curt has heretofore received, hopes, by a strit attention
Fifteenth to mat. Nim. JoabbWilton
Congressional District, which took their places. The Peers answered to b put TaUabaxsce! within the usual ne, I shall Hardhvv Joseph continuance of
meet Ole
I. to hill bcsine ilo a
fsetnUed at that place on the 27th. Some j the call of the roll, and the prisoners stated tern in such a train as ta enable the proceed to sell, LOT NUMBERED TWO HUNDRED -; Hunter: A U S Smuc P. A. HAYWARD.TalUhas same..
Pfthe Banks to resume without fail the EIGHTY-ONE in the origin II l planof Haughton Robt BWayward West C
Abolitionists and on day :
3. 1840
wished to nominate a can. each their name, age, profession. Na. np. Wm Wi'lis Coil W ec. ct _10_
*we for themselves._but Montholon black the others pointed. The eminent talent, great prucli. th: city of T.tahal"et logelher with all Ihe :
it wag urged by pqlcon and wore BUILDINGS and \ : thereon ereclcd. -, Haws John R Wood J BREAMS .Lumber.
? ers that the Whigs of Medina had nomi. were well dressed, and crosses and ribbons cal skill, and courteous prudence of Mr. Jau. Hindcrson MissCarolinc Will George 2 100 000 Feet Yellow( Pine lum.

listed S. J. Andrews, solely with a view to were among them. The act of accusation don, unquestionably inspires more confidence Levied upon a the property oflhc Estate of Iii HailWW JUq bercorsistingofF1oorhog -

gratify the Abolitionists. the proof of the I was read. It occupied a long (period, and was in the future movements and ability of the dore Gerrdin, deceased, and to be sold tu satisfy Harlock Thos D While Dr J B Weather boarding and framing; together with
Bank than the aforesaid execution to law.lateJthi.2.lb holbrook Aaron W lkor Elisabeth every other kind of Lumber just racei fed from
1 to resume all the exertions on this according :
called for.
j jI
Where the The Prince
"n'.as were fruit followed by a adjournment. October, 1840.LEIH Holder Faierelh Young r George Walker' mill's and for Sale for Cash only,either
pfbi 11 Abolitionism ,.I then read a paper, in which he rolled himself side the w8tf r. READ, Marshal, Nov. 15 I. G. SEARCH, P. M. at St. Marks or at Purl Leon on application, to

"I will tell! you," said the Secretary of the tho representative of three great principlesthe Oct 24 13 by F. KACHLER. D. M. Cap.Wrapping Paper, ALBERT ALEXANDER.'

COtlYciltion, who by the way, is a citizen of -sovereignty of the people, the imperial ,.HE SoJeriber h.just articles received and offer Notice. 300. 72" Printing I paper. Imperial, St. Marfc Oct 24, 13 3U_ -

cleveland, and an ardent admirer Mr. A. I and the of the defeat at ruJowing been Ad. Medium and De-ny, Wanted.A .
4c regime, reparation 100 bales Hay, nnt'ersigned having appointed
tO industrious onncerto take
1 colors. !steady charge of
will tell you what fruits: Sherlock J. An. i j Waterloo. He had not sinned against France I Cavendish Chewing Tobacco. in )Ib lumps I THE do bonis non of the Estate o 20" Fancy lIedium. with 45 working hand, wbo
En Post a plantation one
"**"-I haa aided more than\ three hundred ne. for h.e, conscientiously thought that the system Half pipes French Brndjr, bbts Am do : Simon Fraier, late of Leon County, deceased, requests 20 t velope or. OtC will be required to exercise a general Sopciinteo-
Po I Bbls! Albany Alt, do N E. Rum and Whiskey.Kegs all those indebted to the E tate lo make per.
flavei to from their o\\'ners aol the whole place. .
escape of Napoleon, which he would follow, I Just and sateby dancy over Apply at this Odin.
him. forthwith All those r ceiyd 6r
seint0 Canada." best Family dairy Butler, Cheese in boxes payment to and having A., IIATWA RD. TaU.If&hee Oct. 20 13 If.
TbVwa P.
paler to our could alone support her glor abroad, and I in IHJXCS, Champijtie Cider in do demands to present the fame,'properly 'attested,< 4tf, -'--
*tdina friend*, and so Sherlock 4. Andrews her happiness at Qr.ae canks Port Wjne, qr. casks MadeiraCoffee within tl limo prescribed hy taw.Oct21 -Oct; 31.-184Q. ,: ; Notice. _
* to present the patriotic and enlightened The result of the trial was, that the princeand in bag, bozos Lnon: SyrupBOSOS 13 2m ALEX. FRAZEIL, Adm., for 'ade, .' Tf B hereby cauionih1 perecu from trading Cr a.nuteofhsndgivcu .

&17th _District in the Cougrew of the United bU principal companion in the mIMe10trpri Sperm Candles! do Sap Mess Beef on the I3ih inst. an English Silver TWO LIKELY. FUROOJIE years ,one,-rateWaher .- some lime in.MarefupApriIy'u by me0 B.T.hIsganresror the C4.

& because be i 4 a Whig Abolitionist, and I were found guilty. The following PoUteesin bbl Onions in bbl ic.&e. FOUND with Guard chain attached,the owner.can '. and Ironer, and good ol Cook. The sideration for which said note was given haYfaikd:

"united more than tJtrtf hundred negroes passed upon theta :- B-l* Rnsset u'at.lowfor Apple cash food by have thn name by applying at this Office, otcr-U ,.touttwsoty T ar. eld, agtod HOOeSr-, cad I da not intend to,pay it, oal. eouiperUkl by

.. Oct. 20, '13 tf., Kaquire at this 1* OcL2If :18&0 IIIt..Yc1.
J6 < 3t c
and Vir- 14 I
stttcs.of Kentucky; jn 9 for I DOT .

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,- -- -- NOTICE.X -- -fl Y. BUTJLER MAKING ESTABL1SHMEN. CALHOUN COURSE. Northern Mail : To the Marshal of tAe MiJIJEREAS

j ( rtvnU if.ir date, application will to raada ATTORNEY AND UOON6ELLOR AT i./ Pentacola West Ladies Tallahassee and that the Calhoun Course, on Tuesday, the 9tb ,
to the Honorable the Judfe Gadsden County Florida Ticinily. fc
fur letter of diim'uwioa; ii administrator da bo- WILL practice in tho Superior and, County he has opened a house in the above line, on Monroe day of February next, and) continue five day, free Departs Mondays, Wednesdays, at 3 A.M.! '1 day of February,heretofore in to Wit:on the
Saturday, tb
flit non of the ectate of Elijah W. Sweat, dec'd., of Eacambia and Walton CeontieaUo street, and between the fiord of Mr. Francis I b any Horse, Mare or Gelding- the U. States. Clones previous evenings at 9 1'. M. one thousand eight hundred yr.r o
in and Messrs. Gorman Sf Hall where she First Day-1 mile heats-Purse f 200. mid
It. of taid county. the Court of Appeal* at Tallahassee. hopes, charter of Incorporation thirty.iw;
I July I.1840 91 JOHN II. RHODES. Sop 5. 1840 6DB7TTS. from a stncx attention to the burneits; lo merit a Second lay-5 mile heats-Purse f 400. &. Marks Mail: htive Council of wlsgraptd b

bare. of public patronage. Third Day-3 mile heats-Pun=e $GOO. Due TucdayThur.-day&Sjlurlayat 7 P. M. fink be the Territ.ry
1 NOTICE. BEAL'TIEH Feta If, 23 tf MRS. M. A. CLARKE.A Fourth Day -4 mile heats-Purse f 1000. Departs same days, at 5 A. M. CitaEdiihtd in the City j TlIshap
S. SIX m,ntb* after due, I skull apply to the Hon. AS resumed the practice of Medicine in all it* I'ifth Day-Proprietor'-Pur 300. Closes ivrnin *, at 9 I'. M.Mon'iccllo aid to tfcoso who should bi-como ,

of Leon Comity Court, for lrtier din* branches and tenders his professional scrvi PROCLAMATION. (miles heals-3 bet in 5-) previous ; Mail said Hank, their succczr, and assigns tlis

p RUMory as Administratrix on the Erlalo of J. T.JoUnion ecu to the community. liis ortico is tt St. Mark*, HY KOUERT RAYMOND REID. The Officers of the Club guarantee that !the : ioi'idition., : :,, amid re'Iflcti. ,., uq

.. I late of**id County deceased. at the house of S. C. Spencer. Governor of the Territory of Florida. purncs as advertised shell be put up before the Dee Monday, at 19 M. said Cliamterwhch said proijJ

CATHARINE JOIINSOX, July IB IS 2m [Tho Star will copy. Circumstances attending the recent disaster at L Horse* are slarled. By Older of Departs same day, at 2 P. M. the name and style ci the "Css
Closes I P. M. Bast
I By her Af cut, P. Kent. DR. JOHN II. POPE Indian Key, inducing tl.o belief that both white JOHN 1). GRAY, Picsidect.Prrrii at 1J FLOaZDA-And Wherna5 ao! o

I my31 4fAdministrators FFERS Ins proe| >Eional service to the people perrons and negroes arn leagued with thft. Indianx W. GAUTIER. jr. Secretary. Bunker IIUl Mail ; day February, in the ycarofour

Noijcc.LL o of JeQernon County. Office in MonticelJo, i in their dclettable warfare against the people! ofFlorida. au2-J 4 lamlFGeorge Due Mondays, at 6 P. M. sand eight hundrd and thurty.ruur, t

perfonfc hating any demands againt John over the store of William Deuharn 4- Co. I hereby olfer a REWARD OF TWO __ in Departs Tuesday, at 5 A. M. I pa.ieil by the Lrfulatie Council of ,
arrived town
>. L. Loflon late Jeficrson County dccra rdjv.ll Monticello.May 30,1640.J. J HUNDRED DOLLARS, for the npp.chension. Kdjfley h s Clues previous cvuninir*, at 9 P. M. 1 Florida, in addition to End Territat

f please leave them properly attested, with Wil- M'CAM'S, and delivery into rafe custody ot l each and ciery[ \ Where'! he Digger wuriU is to his be profession well known Thomasville Mail : nail charter of i uncorporation.And

Jiam Build Eq. M nticelloand those who are any, Attorney and Counsellor at Lair, white& or black perron, r.r niuUttn, who hall he.( And each is his decision. 4 aujr 22 Duu Tuesdays, at 6 P. M. [ on lhe twelfth day *f I'ebruay. in the y

t I .wayindebted to the samp will make payment to found niJiiij or abetlin*. or in any oth r way lii- Departs Wednesdays, at S A.M. I Lord one thousand eight hundred and l
in the Courts of the Midd'Dis
the Admiuibtrat'.r.I TILL raclice sistii'g tlc: lndinns in their hostilo movementin, % Cotton VciiltIt1W. Closes! previous evening*, at 9 P. At. ; an act was passed by the Governor and
and in tXc Court of Appeals. OfficeaJL cur>ions, deprcdntionx Mitchcrito.I subsciibor, appointed Weigher Cotton, Co-jneirofthc
I MOSES ELLIS, Administrator.Monticcllo or THE Jacksonville Mail : Territory of Florida/urtl
1 Oct. ?). 13 2m.Strayed! Taliaa sseo.Fla. tf npril 16. 16-10 I ctll upon all Justices of the I'cnre ihroushout of an act passed al tho last saskion Due at 12 Al. said Charter of incorporation,
Tuesdays. as
3. __ _ of the Legislative Council, respectfully informs appea bth
JOII.P7DlTVALr the t Territory strictly! to carry into full crt'ecl the: Departs came days, al 2 P. M. original enrollment! of said Charter of ,

.b ATTORNBY AT LAW act concrrnii'jj,' PalrcN, approved February llth the public that he is pro pars! lo weigh Cot- Closes I P. M. tionandaid additional and
the a 14
4 Subscriber 24lh June amendatori
i FROM 1i.rich. Mr., a large Mc- ILL practice in the courts of Middle and I I 163;]; and all Mayors, lulendants. Aldermen,, Mem: Ion either in this city or at the Railroad Depot,- Tallahassee, Sept. 26, 1840. record in the office of the Secretary of il.eT.rr

;I -f fM :;*rty. of Si. Mark; ;, fonnoily and in i believed beh.ngred now t<> to he in I WCbL Honda. and Court ofApi'eaI. Re*. t hers of CouiKil, and other officer* pcrlaini-ij to Ci- IhosnuMcd IIi fccalcs arn by manufactured the United Slates at the generally s.une place, and ns! oct 3 10 J. G. Sr-lARCY, P. iS!. of Florida, as well as by lhe ; !?
dunce I Towns in tl.o Tern
near Gn.. BroiiV.. .e.'. and Villages Tciriiory aru exhr.rlcd t.ry ofFtorida.printed hauthorit'SilWvernorand
that neighlorliood. A. liberal regard Mill bo given likewise thin of in the of MINERAL '(
weighers cottc-n city SPRINGS.
Jan 2.5 26 u to ti : |Sor the delivery of said Horse to my liousu in thin .. Liguslative Council of the,
ir.rnt of their IV'Iice.! a J N&w'isrk, and have been examined hy the In- HIS otablislnneiit! has brrn opined for the

city.Tallahassee C P. MA HER. S. IV. Cm-mack & .lletlicus A. Long{ I entreat the inhabitants not lo drscrt their ,j j spedor of stub's and weights of rnid city, and prov- T f resent season, by the Mihscribcrs, and is now[ whereas Legislative a-oa! Council law was of the p ii'oid Tei!Ly the; i
AUJT 4 C if ATTORNEViJ AT LAW ritory ,0tfl0nidxa
ed Price of lOccnls bale. ready for of visitors.
homes, butt.i arm thcmselvpsicoiiipli'trly! and as- to. reeL. weighing, per Arrangements: the fourth day of Marth in
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THi: TALLAHASSKE, FLA. si j't earl, other in the defence of their seltlemcnK I j I D. M. 1l EEFI EIl) Weigher of Cotton. have been made for the accommodation of a reasonable one thousand eizhl hundred, and tlieyea.f Lorij

t MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, '' ,TILL )practice in parlnrit-hip in the Superi- A Bloik! I II liiiso ehoud! Le cont-tnu ted in every !i ineijrliWliooc Ta hunt HS ce, O) :t. 12.0. f number of t visitors, and ample supplies laid I ri'mg and requiring the District tbtJ4iia1,0 A ,

I IN iJANCEIY.S Or Courts of the Middle! and Apalarhicfl 1 !, and every houso upon the fionlirr.5 Orange and' JLiniu LiiCiy, i in of the comforts and many of the luxuries of iheeounlry. Territory to institute the
Distrii-tsi, and in the Court of Appeals. Tht-i: or in any other exputcd jiilunlion, fihuuld be pro I J FOR HALE FOR CASH OfILY.t Those who patronize this place during[ ings against such banking rtquigiie! Iegil

Oliver lics'ey and James FiU'h, } office is, fur the present, in the new court house. l lei ted by o pi kcl or palisade.Eveiy A NURSERY about 2000 t the summer, will find their situation more pleasant j' diMnctx. iiicurporaiioU" th ,
containing Orange \ respective as
I lately par-ruTtf? liadinjr under the D.-c2l than usual. The and might have mncarred
20Charles ii
citizen whether homeor thou! Springs B.tth.irgfluuscs are
I firm 4sf iFilC'i Edward ____________ ______ at abroad jtsL. and Lime Trees, of an age Lo bear in ono or Lou s of their charters by non Juer.and
it- Ucley ; be prepared nl all Limes > repel tbe attacks of the i in good order- the water delightful and. servai isin u *
1;: p"". C. Richard. I haie H. Bagwell S. Sibley, enemy, for none can tell when or where the Semi' two years alter trnncplanling. Tho Trees were i attendance to the calU of the visitors. the s.ime to effect so that the My Chan.
raided from Choice Cuba Seed arid in { be declared
( are might null and
a healthy
% void
and Ribeit V. Aborn!
partner FFCKS his profcs .ionalsci vices as Attorneyand no'e Itidiuiix. The waters of the Suwannee Springs arc justlycelebrated by the
tip O may appear. i and thriving condition. Directions will be given, t lhe Courts in Hiiid D
trading undcr the firm of Hicli.ards Counsellor al La .v in the rnlli-ction o::1 Srallered I I ar.d: al a ilistancc from each olh,r, BH for their medicinal properties-many invalids jof proper : trict,_ wht ,,
BRBia-ll ,$. Aii-irn : Joseph j j CROSS BILL ilehtsc.. in Middle Fl .risI l i. ( He will attend) nljhe I many of the i dwellmfr* o1' o'ir cifizcn are, it ii irnpo I. I i which if adhere I to, will insure thorn safely in re- have found great relief and others restored T! j a.., Chailes S. Siblpy, Attorney oftheIJnhte4.,,
moval and lrnri' EDWIN W.. for the
to Middle Di
Brewi-ter and Lemuel Brew tcr { FOR < 'onus in UK-Jluhl'e DiMr'd.Clhcc ij j sibK* that the (lovrrnnicnt of than United States pianling. Apply to health and vizor by their u. e. For a pleasant lrct of Florida, i
Ir.idmj at J. If L. Brewster DISCOVERY / in j DORSEV, Auctioneer, Talaha! ce, or WM. Me said Territory hath appeared thi
} on
i4 ; MtiniocStrceijin tI.e building former!) or that ol the Territory, can alford adequate resort during the rammer months, this place equals day i
1 rrr and Varrri-Kciiliali-n! behalf j & ItCLICF.if .t.ccuiii] dbvVin.I Vilson, as a Ijutik riture. lection lo all. Our !people! tiilist rt-ly nmcii upon j NAUGHT. I'ort Leon. mar 14 33 any other situation in Florida, cr the adjoiningcountry. fof*aul Terrilory.and by hi,,. tle| Court ben j b ?..

I themselves and su--li other 1 s < etnv l-2ili: l-i ;<. 40) ifiUVh fearless heart and upon gunsi well rharrcd and in;; ;i i iBoi.d ADELPni HOiiij.lIE \ en tounderaUnd and he inf irmed.hat the
I judgment creditors of James J. r'B11!! undersigned he ting purchased from Gen i tral Bank of Florid*" hath fuifutl-d
) S. \\ ALKiiJ: I older. Il is notorious thai the determined Charge will be moderate. i
3 Birgn as shall ,lIme in and c ui (j JL THOMAS DROWN, that well known cMat>li,hj ; all the franchise, privilege., rig' ts audio
A TTOnXK Y AT LAV\ resictaiu-e (if a single! man ha# often put many In i idians E.G PONDER,
,' tribute, &.C.,-Cinnplainants! $ V.U'ILL Id flight. t merit culled! tIme City Hotel, in the city of Talla! Jsirie6.1f10. 6RICHARD! JONES.NOTICE. j thereby conferred, hy MKI-CSIR. and bttif

and 1 praciiroin. i,a the Courlsiifthv Middle 1)iwi lricof ,t Finally, I call upon the people of Florida to rher- ; hasM-c, have opened the house under the title of that a seircfaeM might i issue according to hl'I!
I UreJinsBirgc and James J.Rrge, Florid i. // n t.ifice i* tinfirst! rnoui to the rijlu! ; the Adclphi Hotel. ; fo .imm the sar-l Central Bank *
,tf.imoii a \ <; Ibrmsclves tbo.-e sjmpaihies which naturally L- j They are now making import of Florid,"
V 'cut I Subscribers
olfer for sate follow '
time ,
tt liJj Defendant -I ivi-r J B. BiirKtorein Tt-lUtiassee. where he. may'ilvtas flow from :i common siilii.'rinp. ant improvement!* and repairs-, and will have by the tides low for g ar appt-ir bIore thGort, at |the[ proper lim. }
[ T apjvarinj to Vhc J ilz! l tiy a l'Jvil, lut! the he tutsui. I as-k them to defend llif. uisclve>, and lo help and ensuing fall un cxtinsite Brick Building irectedon Cognac Brandy, half- and ;I ,,|.ive, and howcause, :l any iUould. why tLeuia

.'- 1. said Ureli'is Brg" nn<1 Jiiim J. Birgc drfe.iah Dr. A. M. RAAVI j MipN| >rt e.ii'h oilier! and to lend their Lee' aid for the properly, whereby they will be able lo ac- Holland Gin; in bbl.Vhiskcy pipes qr. caski ( Charter of Incorporation sWd nol be repcifcj

r: 'I :htt vc tta'iiert. uro re,iia wiihoui the Ter- I G lo a-ed Vmsel! p in Tallah.itccr.f r fu.-'herai! ceofthcet'orl.i made by the United States commoilaln strangers vi
J )' f.l-ry Eif n. nda. Imt wi Ii U. the United Siai.i-: : Itjttonsiilo r fer l.is ;irore'- i'.mleri irc< to th. pnhlir. in' their bhaiI.Given! satisfactory minner. The 1'ubli ; may depend Lard, in ketj* I "HKKKFURE YOU ARE HEREBY COJI

t I e-1 ami ordered that the s.nd delVinlaiI, <,, l lie is t 1.' he. fo nul nt the office of Dr. J. H. KanIMI under my hand at t.e! City of S t. upon every allention to their corn fort. Flour M..l I MANUEl). That you u.ake known lo tbo uid

: UrrlluH Birjf$ and Jame J. HirjT1'! do appear and r (1.511.1,, Mfinro.Street Augustine of Ea 'i Florida this "4thAnpusi. JOSEPH! CROSKEV Corn,,Hay r'ics 'Central: Hank olFiorid... and all! President* Krccf

4 e-: ; ; a'i-tter I i lie said Complainant* bill of ronip'aint, __ ft42 1840.RUBL11T DAVID F. W5I.SO. Manhadcn! and Cud I'lzli i hi LFr.. >r5, Cashe and Sctkh.) >!,reri thereof,'thjtj

; i ; t a ttitiiiii four i-i-jiii.'iK iruiii t'ie! H.i to of I IIP first pubIir JLi\v Notice.Coparlnvrhtp RAYMOND Rim: T.tUahiasi'ee'I'1! 1 308-10. 36 Boxeji Pickle* ii j t..cy! I '. before the JuJ t- ofsitr S-jperiorCoart of

! ) f ll'i' o'-or; otlirru i.-r tlic F.I id l ti il! nil! I II 1: i hillu itor xi i-i tin" helueen Governor > I f Florida.15y For Safe, 3UO bb-!' LiinMcNAL'GHT,,-. liiurl jars | te MidJIit; District ol uhe.rd.r for the County fj

I ,Y 'c taken pT6c feiL?. Jl i" f. rthor oidtieri, tlialtliis W\J.; p. Dt'VALand \\ J/. II. BROCK.VRROL'GII the Governor two Horse Sc'ky' Wagon. & j l.eo.-i, on i he sccor.d Monday! of Novemter ant

i; riU-r ti. Jin .I!'; : M| iii ui ? f '.he new -( '. has boi-n tin d.idisd l by mutual J. .M: i. CAST*. Secretary i.f Flri 'a 7 ONE one Horc dj do-with I.a .c w, kretc. Port Leon March 20ih. Is4l> OR.'JOND. I .iltrr !thu date ot"tia rrit. <:r.iu<:holirr: limetsiig

jirinicd sd |iulil t-hed! at T .*' m' ,in tie! IsforpKOK' L r ii Mnt.tt'.M. 0 1 t Ce. i WM. 11. Fl' ..N'. F.Si 'Court may be adjourned to, at Hie Court house mf

', 4ILL' a work for four ni'iutiis.DiifdLjM H. BROCKrN DROrCH will'continue tons'de .' TOLIN: from the Subscriber i (..nth. 18SO Jewelry. &c.Sui JstiJ County ot: Leon, at the tiiy of TallabaMet.ia
on SiturJ.iy
iiighti _ _
L 1 (!ay ..l AujuM.A L) lilt". at Apal-i Inro'ppaial practice- the :-\pala- I 1.1-t, SOKKF.L HORSE) !17 hands! high. a I KIKK.M AN; AUl1tNA'1'tiY. Ao 11AN.NA. i iCOiiiini cr- TiliE >crib.-r has ni P1f..I Vud: Cuunly.to sho\v, i:' any tiring! they fur tUm-

a ALF.il.D IJALCH.Jud ch.co'a? t I'i'tnet.ai.d I ihe County of Le-.n ai.J; the:' !j white bind foot, with a lar cvirl Jn liii. i lii all i, .siuii 3XercliantK : .a. tl a v.ry hardsr I., | >i-Ivri hat-, or can say, t-.iiy the ,aid Chartir of

t : :;e nf tin* Di'irset: uf v..ddn; Florida! Court, of AppraN rpgularlv, and m JcfTors-.u a nd J ', suppo> u lo h.ivo been taken by s-yine iiifjro. Any t, aV< to Orleans.Hcferto _, a.frt.'ii-ril < \V-ftehtM.. Jif.I''strd ; 1r.r.rpr4l.oi ..f t >* '-Central Bank ot Florid*,"

_:Tc-t: -R G. \VEI.I.roan. Chik. 7 So). 12 Gat! dfti it'iscii1It'j employed.in i in.' .nmit: i'ta will be thankfully rcciivid aid i libej- f ?' V.'sre, Silver j >hu.d; not oe rcptufe-i!, umiiiud;: ), nInuHe void,
IL K. Ca.l! and Bon.t.Jrm. .
ttt A "BARGTlXTlI Tall il.a'se., '. Nov. 2J'ha. ally re ardrd. JOHN U. IJORMAN.Jilt I l7l-l9.:; II-nry 24lf LI oi ---t.: ': t' '"-, C'rt'i-ry: &.:., wl.ici:, and a I liUrtin. iiniuui.iticytrii>lits. j rivIegrs: and

, :._; ; WIU. SELL A UAuG\J.\ the TRACT STOUAGE.nnderhignvd 8 5-2 .- I _> \ ; 1 y, 5Le oticr for :tac! 01. i.is iiaisli | J fs.ii.c-iJi-.r-, by t5.eame runt rrpd. be s' ix.d {mt.!

11 F' 5 6 lioilTirsJNAU'AY ( vO'fij 'frms. He mil receive :ci, : p.)s. ?fs> iii .mtatL co'ilrol ..f Har-l Tt-rritory of Florid
'. ; F L\N1)), lu-ri-'iii I ito t rL'sidt! laj inir ,nthe i ij Itavini; l a rd one "f the. Watches I *Isi-3sSSiSs! t ,
/Pun nnd Jewelry, hilvcr Ware Ac.AUaTI.N. .tljp, j.es: durinz the win ''ini further lo J') ;iud what the
House* H'harf tr.WJTCH receive aH Coortlh"i
.k w-si A" La 'I' Mifo" fc'-f. 20 iniic-s' N. Eot" lately created bv ; from tbe Planta iron of!
1 Mes rt: .1. Jt X Ilamlin soij. it cz- Jr..JcCO. .. REPAIRING S tnJ tr.crc.of it at:.! tli.-.ii, j.o, ti! behalf fc n0.
4 Tjl.ahd-MT, ill ticCo'intv!* cribcr m (j :i !,.den c> unty.V ,
.i the hive rt-niovi d to Ihu' : I' attended I t lo wh it. mutli ai.ty! Sin, '- s.dtr; a-d direct.--\>id further
in rrn---
2 the La.ti! i of (Gc,. K.; Dt-m.is E- 4 Faiisn' and oilier-; cutilainii, ITiO arrs nl'iicti oal\: Receiving A' Forwarding Bu iiirT.vrr < S More fj.'inerlv oitupicd Li I I PV* Negro Boys, If'- as at ant, sLofi la tin ulhcrn tOY riry. ; snaiJed tjivo uoiice of Use: titutiiio ol'tliinpr..
.. ?C \Vni H Wyatt, & Ci>., tthen: I p"ftr) named Gcorje! arid \\ilum. Georr; J.in ::1 FRLDERICKTCWLK.IH :. ce..t l ; i'Kt of
and iii< ku y, and tianiin a1 : acres of whuli ar : c'enrfd' aid uiidtrcu'liviinn. I Port | n, 15th Apnl, 1810! "8CABrxirf" r't ;JL ? they are i>ovv op('mug! a beiutiful I I Ipip-cr n; 5hs Middle District of Fbric'a, fW ISA.jspate
; ( as-ortinenl ..t a:'ticintheir :! yea r.s of age, stout made, rather a r.hate tlu'! ff.rrfifJ -.f t.rc! mor.rhs from the of
1; .; ) A never failing stream ofvatir ru .i< ( .. I tvl-Mi l uay a me- | d..y Ibi lin % h j cast Iok spoken to, ftd; cs wills hi* kit h.ir.riHtnl
pt.. ; hrouzh this tract of.tii.! !. The IJUILD NGS ..'.uth" I I uK 4 1 MiliM-niW Ihiiikfu I! < s-u' as \1 1 1 ar.d L.sd f.irfn'rj'h.j i ;;* t I'ort L'rrs. umJ< r the .i.nce ;11 ersjfr.J; t'uty-u iiuktt rtturn ot t113: writofc the
once belong' to Harvey,
l preuics are, a e<>tnftntaS'e DAC linq; 11' 'Use, /t-: fur pa>t Iflv.JurK Kcsprctilnl'y { i dcr and Vir.re Watches Gud.IdrrAllrlinr.Jlinjisai! Diunond C'jiL'n-Onyx.Ruhy it eloihmg.Wil'iuni r. pit niy if M.JIvr!: A. ROUI.-S, to tarry .Txt the STORGE I: |I fir>r diy of tuei ti..it ter:!, oursani Cojrf,,a
: (: Nogroc Houscx and t'ri"j" a gi'1! Gin II'tiae. TEEE: ::::::: iiifurino. tin. : citizensol'Talljhascec I Garnati ; j JN about} 25 tf six feet hiIi. & C MMISSM !> I usjr.e-5.. [ ) -rotetdr2; ; > thereon.
4r Hroarhe- D.iinond jsaic. yraw ae
'I ; 1: X:>: iiv>n G.n and Screw. XVilhyhft Lind will be and lidniiy that, ; a> his kneis lather bend. buik 1 hi-y have a h..r.: ai.d comm. iii. u Trareliwi-se.J m I Ii WIT.VCS*-KI.'HARD G. WELLFORD,
: i Cameo ; Knatiied: !! kc. (;old I when slandisijj cn"has ,
; ii sold, fiAy-sevcn Chares of Union Hank Stock, and I ; 1 :: 1 ;:z he r-oniiiiiieii to earry on Hie. I FlIiir.e, Work, Car fli" .'' and p.-intin; Pins ?Si'tcrVare.' I a pha>ani cuiinlennner: aid n-ad and write. UT In stor.ig'' oi Rier> i.ii> Utf an-l c-ori ; srui rt-rk! of our s.d: Court, this 16th dij of
:zth u small Sol of Negroe*, it* wanted., 'I lie irrins will 1 5i: I ti Cfelnnci Making IIMID.S in ; ; h:>!'C, by s'rd: itn rii.n, ar.J JTHJJ mc-.s J.T tLe j Jo'y ,A. 1). W-l-\ and ixfy-fiil! jnrof
I well. It is he .
.- I SUVI1 a Tci Set*, Table I and I )eu-nl Fnrks ; .Sj- >on supjKed \ mit i 'akc for >"or.K} C.ir- for.o! (
4 lie liberal- to the Subscriber the all c.\ ( ution ; s, ;o silufition American Indi-u ndcsce.
3 applf on pro it* vanity at theol<| bland 4 I Silver, Pi'ated C ndlo i lin.i. f.ve loail: H O ;
thji < Sinks Can I'asKotr.!
: luW. LUKE LAMB. ., { ; : nil} inliust tun it si t to i..fi! R. G. V.
'J. U ofi"| and Riliold care. \ ELLI'OIID. CiVrft. of
oppositeCol. Castors, Tea Set, CoiTec Urns, ard Spoon-1 Cut- I will !irive $25 for .'a. h. if feet-red i. I eat t
;11& __ Sept.; 19th, 1C40. 8 I6t t.-.AJ Wyall'.sfiore uUerohe I ; them OHO. MILLER, j t ibv Supi-ri-ir C.,urt of the Middle! [)aitrjct tat
Jery, (inn arid Pistols1: Canrf. >, Astral Lamps, Manj! j aid all rcaMinaMo rhnrrr!_, s rid: for tlnir t?<- I
t ) p.ti-rs: oils, e. will! bo h. ppy to receive orders fr>,m his fiicn-Jv and tc! Cloelxis., F.mcy: Oi.ods. je.A I i hvtry at the [ lanlalion, or to me in Tallahare.l' Peirto: JOHN. 1HWLI1J J Flriiii (,,\ L? n Coai.ty.:

: 25OO Ibs While l ad.ii oil, in kei' of 100 Ihs the pubhc generally. Sidcboar In Bureau's and furni. II of ninth they invite their f1 icid.: !< and the U. K. XVF.SI. Me'r?. ntoi:! : Jt F:..her, 'faialia.Le! ; r "

I and 25 Ibs each-.-Linseed oil, Spti'| Turpentine, lure of every description, made in a fa-diionablc, and I public to cull and examine.Ni Apiil 11, !2tOl"RIN Rerrv' & Di.tvSirg: "t) IICL is hi n Lj givtu of the forejoinj prv
Mibs-larilidl and rea ..na'ile! : I'n.t Le"P. re!>. I. 1 I4I) :llj rcc..i.j' tit a1:j rncntionrd and
BrukhcB, ic, and Window Gla>* of various ,size. itunncr on terms, arid -e wnich repairing oiiaiv! attended to. person cohtersitrciii -
Ii For *silc by ho h'jp-sby ftrict atlen'ion to bi ..ine.vs to nieiit Dec 21! 20 prr 'OTICL. j a1uableIaHdIjj'' Safe cii as I ama tii.:rvbv d.rerteJ.LEL.1IUE.D..
1 R.JNDOLPJI & LEWIS. and receive a liberal share of the pjtrona ..f thrpublic. t <( my ib me, trom, fonda.! I'uttun C. TB HK fUH iiibfr haviis a t.I t. .

; h I 'I. :t April 27 1839 3ttfTHE Itiina\vay in jaTT i'ojic of Monlicello! is inv az' it and attorney. j _EL I hind than! is i.'erirah'e!' :f.r crcr.Terfjuarit.lyjf hisouri citjliva.ion :. ,rh.m I o." the Middle! !District of Flordt,

-- _ -. to the Jail Si. irks J 'HJ.N F. TUCKERi i .\'r.,5bvJOHNF.KCKLElt.DJt<
M -"tiers
; }- j; 1OTICE JACOB BLESS.N. ClOMMITTI.D at a Nc- j for sale three valuib.'e! pisntatiwiis-ontrfiti -

:. Subsciiber rrquesU c'.l UIOKC indi-ltcJ to B. All kindi of furniture repaired on reannn. Sampson, short arid thick i-et, jai: 1 K 2o -- i ualtd! o-i B.'ack: Crf. about lhreen mihra.t '!TERRITORY OF FLORIDA
l>lo lennn. about 30 years of f. iavs he he.oii! t., Mr. AOTICt. j froui Talialu'sev! ('ontuini.icr ,
i thirteen
I 1rh on note or open; account, to rail and sel tjlle I- I hurirrd; !
J frwt : immediately, u* fuilhcr indulct'nci Cuiiiol Lefiveii. r11ali.si'.c 7lh. iS3)-tf? \ iglil I iigale. of Cnnibcii.ind"Island.! Gctv cia. I He A LL per>on inle mid to the uriher prior In acre, 60 ; sats_ he has lived uitii Mr.! J. L). Rjsm Tailai 2& the Jsi Julv.on N..lc, Book lie I!
near zrcosai.l l.on recidue
i; All airmints unsettled. bv the fir>t of S 'piemh I To PILSIICtS. or oth-j' snui'thy rich hamn.oc.k !lar.d. v.ith I : greeting :
I & ?.4 .r will be/put in oit. I RON SCREWS( ror, ivc-d by the Schooner hufft-v.: The owner of n.d; sr4l is requested to crwi-e, nre In rely n-lififd that iho l
tIt July 23. 1S>0. 2 Lt-.VI CARLTO.V.IS Jns-ejili Ilankey, fntin, B'ltnnuie, arc now ready: rroie piopt-rly, pay charges and lake bun away, or presenlid by Bc'ij. F Thornton, Jr., "* \t ilh tthoin ihe eroj s rai-i-il u 'fn this | I |i heti.l
t ii7I'JcE foi'delivery on the paymentoflhe. samo. Apply; to W st alt nilhan-ordinn'to: .. law I they are ifquc.-ted lsilti.. |! d by :t.y in tho country. Another, alt'.ct j ji jour Lord me: thou-unJ emsthit h'iidn-d ind l tniTi.i -

;.- ; JmieSW f I 5.R: WKTTO.V. |' HiM5Y: 1! LAN 1)EB, .Jailur.St. July. 49 JOS. UII.LIAM! *. I i lhe y.Mrie di't iarf -, noilhoaft t frmn Trf'il.issee! : -e. a Charvrr of Licorj.oration rras erar.ted, nll.f
kt l thai I i-liall institute call the
creby given, ini Marks Aujrcst 25.
County C'oi'rt of Leon III\I: >A < iii sicii \EUVOIS... <'ottoii l're*,% Arrows A Horse I'o\v-j :ontairu.2; about ?Lfles, of n.h s.:.k and Leku.: roinhls: ;li.nit.ilions i ant I rc'tms UM.S Inertia
a mon 1
county upon
r, gage. made and executed to me, by Ferdinand Ix? The extraordinary rejmtali'i i thai Dr. SpolmVremedy : .1. i or Ca.tiii;. '*. ,: r v lam. ; ttil*. COor) 70 aerrs :n eiiitirntirn ; and t rovMed. 'liv the: h.etti.t.rtive! Counri of theT! rri-

]3kuL. Lot No. forly-lluce ((43)) in the >nut Ii fir ibis di.-ti'bMnj cstn.iai.t! is everyday j! /?tjtJjfor/ Dysentery, Dwrrhtta, Summer I rniHE: Mibscri'it-r' t\hu iniro't-.icd; : ''K ei4t-i iiI || anot.cr: in llauiilluu: er uity. %'iu.it tin niile.-' from I I'f 'try "f F! ridi, t-> a cert:,ut JJmk hy tc!; njT.eiaJ
i h. lfof llin County q'iarwr.m.eetiami of land situatf, pairiiiiv, IN centa italy a rn. .tier I of much ftPlnniiih. j jment. I Complaint*, Colic, Cramps and fijiasmi..N Cottoncn.'t..-. ami H-n r-Por. ?r Cacim.trs% in !t f :!.e .Siiti.tnnre S'.r.i.i"* '.-t1i'.j- '.,.i! >T ii) '. % of i.e! BANK or II.OIID.W rdloallthw.ii" .

lyinvaiid hcin should I-.O.DI: t-ur-sfribcrs to the said Bank,

t : apply, according to law, for the fou-clomre of tam Ii ed fur ages tv.lhout any lren ai.d j; Iron Foundry (bnsic in li.ihtn.ori. ; and,: 11 prtp 'LVi. 1 hi* land i js of superior quail y tor t tu'!- I I :!iur *tt.ors au.t ai n-;-Ami \iierea alto,
I in d red in firnish; i the -otlon sc>e ilelitcretl > l.oa-f I tire of n'a i tz-.l r.'h i'ottn.. i.u t! e S'v ntreiti! day o.' IVtrUjrt tho
4 'I --mortgage upon petition filed this day preventive or Cut e, truly) a subject' of muci!, lrcjfiet illj. Nnmerom lestiinnni.tls,, are jiven of its i l'Al'O za: jtjrof0'ir
Ta 181 CJIIILE S BiCKSTLV. ; but Or. S. now attire* this public; that1'uch I elficacy, which .iiiay be 'ern where lhi \e.-iicire! i* i of ti s-si-Is in tin; purl of BiU.mrnr, for one hundred i tract ol100 acr ., at ih nitural rid,jcon Lord i.r.f tli'-Hiu-.J: eirfit h-m-Jrcrt, :: and ?dirtjt'rc -

IIr w 4 a remedy has btcn invi-itc: ] as will convince sold. Prepared by Kobc'ti?. Bern-id, .Ni-rloicVa.: j ?r.d Ittcr.l v-ii! c i.'o.Lir.-e i'rh h., A No, C stingsfor the St.i .M: ;.rtCi. about' I 11 I ini'i-s: sonlr. e.tst t'Lahae f Talulf !- t ; r. an rt tvi. pi ...cdy! the Governor if.dLtisljti ;-

I _John Jacobi_ the mnsn.t cred ulous. The principles. upon tthich il I Fort-ale m Tailahasse.! byitNIOLL'I1&LItV1s. I hor-e powers.II l kinds of marl'ii.crv: and I l->r ; of thin Ir itt IH a rich ,t n iii ... I : Council if the! t rrritory of Florid. Ua110111 >
acl- are Minpie and tlai: Il is an admitted facl I ; sep 4 6 : agricultrral! irnp'r iienls, at moderate trices for uj-on: it llu-re U a-o! a fii.e, rni'l i l s at, v.itl grrjttrtvattr siid: I I'Jurur of IiK-orporatiwi[ a* appwr
Measurer and Lumber the __ ;
I ,4 Inspector of for that tl.i compLiint, M lu.-ther called S ck Hctd! .chu ( -_ Hallnnore accepts i cs pc-vt rr than any 1:1: Mic'd'e! Florida. h by the original enrollment of said Chartrr of la-

a. County of Leon, or Nervous Headache, ari-.es primarily. frum tue( j n Forty Dollars ICen'ard. 1tttii..ore.. Ji.it! Ii0:: () JAMFS MOOP.K.5Cj Ti.Cscr lar.ils will be s 'Li! at ino-iorat* prici, anil: corK.rttion, niitl ofs id ampndrnc.-.t thern.f of record

4 OFFERS his ttTvirrs to tlio-e! who| may please stomach-those who think they irivo the .Ncrtou> Jltt-|Tft ;\ :cAvA V from the subM-nbtr, e-idin, ir, ; :: '" For the utility, ciid c o4'I work < f lhe ii-u-j roa'oiu'.Ie! ir dit. sind if desirib f, lit : purchaser } < in the nCKf of the >f relary ofte Tsm'twy

4 upon him. Charges moderate. Headache; may rest assured Hint this srg.a7), Ihejhtomjrh I Madison county, a very likely Ml I IIRL I.ATTG chiin-s, rtfer lo Co!. U. \V. Iiracli-n and .'oso \Vi-! j can hi\r Ur.ion U.nk. Stuck upon ;i part ot I il.c !* Fliirida! as tvclf? as by tic? ;'a.ih'i: i'tatuUes .( &*

., ;; TM1aI,4eI.! March 14. I8j0 33_ i is the first ca >e, that the nyrtem. has become I G rianied Francis, agid i about i Iff ; Mt !', v.'nn hiM, .E-. I. 6iiL' 8 2 3 'i iurti.i.'e.| \V DEADEN. I t Territory! of F.or.da. printed Uy aalborily *f thjG .

I riMtlK ku'txciilicr wiilifK to t cll tevrral valual< vitiated: or debilila'rJ! ihrough the Kiomach.. j questioned, i ll.fit she belungn lo Mr.1 Fi-1 hr r. She lie> v'-i 2:! I vern- and Legislative Council: of the saia ,-

5' :r JL TRACTS OF LAND near hi* rendenco.Plunters and lhal r>ny! through the sainc: i h iiinel I inu>t they j j his'I'dll.ihasi-ec: been for and some in lirno I in the noi;h! UI lso..I ol From Columbus, (;a., to Apalachict'la Fla. Leather, ,.iiue t an
deviroua to retain their capital in labor expect a riMuralion of the n.iturul; and lu-ilhv! I up1oi'eii> yit to be about ti.! L1 1. & bcri'ers! have e-n'tin ly nn ban.' 'ernor und Legi-l Jive Conrcr.l of the said Territo-

I can be arconunudalcd with ninn B iti,, farlorv rndHOUKRT functions: of lhe! system. Thii.hjeei.. Dr. S.h..n'; i I same place. The al.ote reward vi|! he paid fir her Four BIore Post Coaclics. -__ ci'nip>ecasvirtnientofLiATltii.sHUdI! : I : a] t) ry, on the fourth day of March.! the year of owL"r

7 i GAJIHi'LE.Wrlauroc remedy i ii. eminently cah-ol Is d to attain.. Th I. | ajijirrln.-rision, and all reasor.ahN! : e\j pi i ns.-s, H" delivered for tim Bands, //irre: '..rri >'e Tops, IWS and> C (! one thousand, echt: h-indrtd anti ihny-nins: ,
? A. E.
f *t I Jeflcn oii, Fla., 2SlhJ NOV.| lS '9. trull of Ibis positiun c.tnuol hu ennirovertcd, and. h to Harris at Talaha-M-e! or to Shoes. &c" Also n c "l"taht s"">r>,'of LiMi"I:. an t1! authorising and uinn/tl.e D.striet Attorneys

.v HK,. Taken Up, the sooner mtFi-ii-rs wilh I lhe heailach.Income I H E. J. MAYS. HAIR, for PiaMT.n.; : .'1ll|| ,.f l.irh, they oIL s.vd Tcrr.tory to in>titute the rrq'iis.te li-gil proceedings
N. If the s.id .
,. Tellahaisce, on thc O-h instant,. a HORSE, contineed of u the j-ooncr. "d!! I heir n.iireriri;;$ <'ndiii .; tthiliman. the ; neji-e; j is J'a"'rJ' by a .ow I I rcash, or in exchange' for hidesat ihelr Tan] ag.tinsl such Banking lncoriorjons, : in
IN restoration of health.. Dr. S hou hi,. t-xtru .mil of y 10 tc ill be' L'ivin lorllio Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blalcly \ aid., BROWN incurroff
'4 Bridle and 3a"dlc. The Is.irse is Gray ; hi* |< p.Ct.i's! : ileleiiion and &G.\LBRAITH. | their res. t-ttive Di :rict. .as nvy.'it, : hive

.i : two hind feet while up to his tetlockii. The owi profefeinal! reputation or, this fact. Tho rcied:, ly I Hickhtouri I .\Iad l proMciition of I the otiViider. and liroicn's Ftrney, G'a., and Irwinton.Ala. 'ra.iiiaee.J :! Anz. I i I ISH: I., t- IiJ.coii .rfeiturt01" their: Charters by nrn-usar, asO w
i isnhl co., I 15.
In hail anjr 3Jr.iids
I J A ff i I. i eq netted to ronie forward, pay charge und may al tbe! apothecaries.In ( Academy. prosecute the! sani" t-. fljet, so that the Mid Curlers

; : 3f: lake him away. Apply al ll.i: .* ofRce, or taue all aridity: or Minnies* of flomarh. ibis remedy t'RSUAM'! for Sale. I NIX 30 HOURS Stnre travel from Cotum- V liii: Trustees of Leon Academy announce to might be declared null anJ void, by the Judgment
I ,
& 1 1 1 J. It. 1tO1NSON.I' i 1. oV'r..mj and int.iludbe! a* a !nem r.il !Juuiily P lucola previous noiiee, the Apala-j bus Ga. to New Orleans, in splendid C,,, jsL the Piih'ic.' that they have cnirajrod Mr. of the proper Courts in said Districts,-Anl
: ti.i'dirmr, it if now adopted! hy many of I llicniot Land ( 'om|>ariy now iiiii-r for ale ami I Iii level nICsM StiVT.LI and Dr.MooRE whereas Charles <. of IheUoiiedStal !
; JVOTICE.THF. .I thu! lollov. Tine Lands .1 and beautiful road aonar! ,the| bank of? to take charge of the Mae! Sibley, Attorney
I re-peclablo! fjin.lier., It iic\ ( r Mckrrnithe try. ir.jj in Leon ( (,uIIly. he Chattah orhce Ufpurinuntcf the School 6r the Middle District of Florida, .
Uivor.DAYS > s pfoseeu.ting
t : nuliFribirtf' r* lor i-aV, his VAI.UA- ,.lomaiti In T( South just established l by them
or pioijuccs of Ibe "li -Range 1 EaU, .t'ctiojs 7 in
rileds 16 .
I ariy ttiis city. said T hath ejrtd this dab
> om
OF < :
PLANTATION the Armonia lake DEPARTURE- rnory, api
on nl'pliyuie., 18, l 19! 23, 2:. 20, 31. as, 30-and fractions :
t : Kai half of unsold From Columbus! The School will on in behalf nf said Territory, and l by him the Court
being the Lime N. \V. quarter of sc' on Tuesday and open Monday nxlin li.cold
Directions for in section 5. C. :;, 9, 10, 14, 15. 1 17 Fridays, al
use : e.tfh boltV.K. and 24. '
t I jtion t>vo, township two, range one. Norlh \ Ent t; arcomn.iny In Town 3 South 6 o clock, A. M. Mcthodiit Meting House. In this new aitcmpl to here i ii' given U> undcistaud, and be info,'medthai
:. Sl'IlO.N. M. 1)., rang I E.: l-sections, 1, 2,4, establish! Acadcinio-i in the s,3idT"Baiik of Florid Iritli forfciled its Chtrtcr. '
I .. the Wrt half of the N. W. off-action two, F.-oniChatiahoochee.nnth tIme City, 'he Trustees
quarter J .8ri.edaV: and
C, I 11. 12: 1 13, 1 11,15 1 2., 2J 24 :; same ear-
Proprietor and I Itivcntor.ID and fractions of
f !tou'nthip two, range i>ne, N,,rth, and Kai-l. A'so, For sale i.i Tallahai i mid 10.In ). 3 trme alter the a m rival of the U. S. Mai'l Roal I from nc.-t'y! uppe..! to the pride, and invoke the aid of and all tho franchises, privileges arid imniuni-

;:i jUic Cast half of the N. M. quailcr of section three, nr CO 47 RANDOLPH c.) y I Town 2 South, rjn re2East Apalachicola.via lola.and neeimgal Fort Gainrf. j their fellow citizens: they lriM. lhat while fluuri ties thereby conferred, by no.-i-wer, and he bath
fcLF.VI5.Copartnership. : -sections30
., tUf'nhsIp two, range ot.e, Nohin Academies are liurral'y' supported elsewhere prayed that a seircfiieiai ii.igM issue accorificj W

: Itiioun Z'S tiic F-rh'r '.r Bnnbry plartation. i In Town 3 South 2 to New Orleans, will find liiis by far the cla-jpesl around them, the inhabitant- Ihe Capitol of the law! to summon the said 'Bank of Florid,1* IP appear

: C There is about 160 acres of open !and, winch, lor rfflHE subscriber have ibis lay entered into and Ii actions of 5, 8,,18 range and 29.j Ea&t. sections 6, 7, ( and most expeditious, ai well as the safest and Territory will hence forward nunilVsl & more de before Ibis Court, at the proper UOM and
Jt I
IF fertility of roil, etc., may bo: ranked ainonjr the i'ri'iisraLip/ as jjenc.ul I coainii'i, ,,. 'riilnug. their own city in: li- phice.lo show cause if any it could, wbj tbe $514 i<

7 brut lands in the Territory. Tr>cse land lay witli-. v.irdin'1 n.ertluiit*, under* the, tylc nf ..1'.N..ii.t i 31$, 333; 34 and fractions: of ID 23,30 |jHrunstMck and Florida Line nt Chattahoochce tot ion'. I\ Charter of Incorporati >n hh>>ud! not be rcjieaed! |
& 20. 27
d in a ft v > ard of themat Ar/no'.ia' lake% wjn.iipa rnioid. WM. McNAL'tiHT.JAMES 3d.: 28, IT. and | making a Iratcl of but 30 hours by Mages th-ougl' The siholaslic year ttil! be divided into fjurj und declared! null ;md voIJ;

: turag.. cannot IMC orpitsid m t!
., 1 I aho new well rum rnu nt to the ,26,35 and 36. lan u 1 West, ex> 54 hours. rates of tuition: iillotvet1!, In In* paid in advance to [ MANpEl), Tuat you make known t' LbI said

t? jilcn'y. of rxreltnl > aler.Th COl'AUTAtlKMIir.1HI At 91-25 to >J.50( per acre in current bills For the Proprietor! the Trtn,nrcr of the Board oIl ruttcc. .' "Hank t.f Florida," and alt ttic 1'residentsCaieT'

r : ) } urchc*i-r tu have from 2 to 3 yearn mdiilcnt r !'uiit, >cnh'-ri> h
k. .. T..C1* is i now trrowin, r a line ciop of curia fmnoi J. B. BULL A- CO aidWI1 I These Lnnd offer advantancs for Uialtalioorh-'e.. January .>Q, Itj.'Q.: 27 tf The above with Writing and Arithmetic 10 J before the Judge ol our Superior Court of the

.. t 1.. .on tiie farm. MiitaliU* I I'r ihe |.ur'< h'..-r. carry on the Lvsm ss uf MEUCIIA.NT! TAILriRSljoti (cultivation and superior. Timber. pa turv r.'nje IIEMOVIL. The above, with Grammar ana Gi-o rauhy, and J Middle Disiricl; Florida for the County of Leon,

itt HARD[ H. CltOATLL. ; in Ibis | laie ir.d the city of Aew Cash payments uill bo required for half lections T Subscribers have removed their entire History. 12 on the second Mcndaj in November next after tnt

I j' Jnlv-I.IRjO. 49 Y< rk. Ariungeiiienis hate doi n niodc for a c' n- and smaller fractions of sections. All tablishmoiit from their ocv! stand in berry's es. ]lhe above, with Greek end Latin, and! General ) dale of this \\rit, or such other time as the Coart
p. mid full purchasers
J omit sup; ) ly of Cloths, ( .1slI.ere: >., Vi M- these l Bow, to the New Brick Buildii Literature, be the Court House ia, lh*
o'.er be nude thu ,. Monroe 15 adjourned to, at
Sf TERRITORY OF FLORIDA : Ingi', etc. und a 1aro a&horiiuct.t, of may on n ual terms of llin g on atreel l.I I rench may
M.ulw -extra
; Brady Con.pantint is, I l-4thnu-anliand I next door Wm.ll.Wyall & Co.xvhere they will charge ft 10 City of Tallahassee. and County of Leon, to tho,
l). L Evany ) Ausaapit Returnable, October loU.i-g. ihry tire m I 11 ; 'SI. V 18-10. te tlrirrnfomriaand I lhe pui.Jie in for pH rnent of the other 3 4lhs. m iho name businrss as heretofore- -irJealmg !iit..M.GATLIN if any thii'jj they for themselves !uve or can say.
any article Lauds Gud dt-n and in ladJltt, Ihidles, I the said Charier Incorporation of lhe'BMof
all.droiinth-irl.no. in Leon, suitable .Maninfalet( and liar. 11> hy
One exclusively
; Al'r-d Evan ) Attachment ff 0 00. of the Mr. march
p.irtueis, 1t40 32: ao4
;. Wa-'e' residing i in New York for cultivation., will also he sold a usual on s.of all drM-riplioiw.; Also a general assort [ Florida" should not be repealed, annulled,
-g / Ill I I deli-miaul I ml a I older$ inivrrsted, w II ill I 1 enable ilum to > application
JL lakuoiic. of I ih<> InsllltHion, ol' Iho aliove execute alt orders |ruinpriy nnd on lhe most ira : ., to John Ciirnochan, K>q. al Apal.ichicol.i.orlhe l.Critsf fbrncfs Trimming Kill* and inwrt. Coach.,I CHEAP HOUSE. SIGN A made void, and all liberties, immunities, privilege*
urmnblcteruis. Subscrilerand; tctllcrs will be Gig aid Rzding MA.,,,,, 7'ruuks, ORNAMENTAL PAINT1NC GLAZING ard franchises by the same conferred, be sent*
a suit $.t uiUrimi" i *nt .v'iI|| and plead J. U.: HULL, preferred to the Vaiise Crret lJogs,I ,
I .HiereUi. ul ihe ffi( oi Jin-iicy |jm'&r| |lal.tard( oatjjt tUe HENRY WADE, p>irihae of their scltlcuii-nls; provided they make ,. Saddle Bos. .Ualtozw.. &e. &..., 'kirliag and Paper Hanging. i into pt'sitei'ion! and control if said Territory
: ] | d< v <>4 Oclolt r. 1340 Ta"ahafsecX 17.1R3S 15L. heir aiiai.> eniiiiis within a *liable tune.. Bridle and Top LtaJur, JIogCttIJ'.Misroc.Co fB.1IE undersigned most respectfully informs tho further to do and receive what the said Court iboa

Former purchasers Iron ll.i: Company t\ho Skins. JL citizens Tallahassee und vicii.ilr thai and there of it, and them, in thin behalf shall COBJf
i. S v ii l : 8 AVD I... KV\S CARLTON'JTIcrchant are Saddle he
in arrears with their paymeiil-, mire n-spectfully re- Hartut. Bridles and far1ngaks. marie if prepared lo execute, in the nenlest mauncr. f sidtr and direct.-And jounre further eomrnaudeaI

I FOf Sale -A quari ay ..C .-ritsapply Tailor queried to kettle with lhe Snl> irib r. or with Mr. border, at short notice. of the above branches, al short notice, and al prices cny I to give notitn of the tilution ofihs proceediny
ii <* *uru t f UM II FRANCIS.NOJKJtt. ropecltuily inform the citiz ns o: C'arnochan durintr the VAR1) t MAY. which will induce those! F KW ..uMiraiinn lii.ri.nT in name oabhc newspaper n
::: '" *rp: U 7 4.rs4I rlretil. .Tsllahat-snc, and iln vkinily. lhal lie ha, season. ,: p P..,..:, .-.... -.i.- .... :. .ii ,. _., him a call. % untie done! in < ; the; Middle District of Florida, for the of ttr*
J. B. BROWN Country orders promptly attended space
Clollis reiurm ,|Ca f/om iinorei New York and with n fresh supply ,,f Agrut Apnlachicota Land Company., Ilsillil. --4j---: ::: .:: N. B. Faints of all coiors ready prepared, and Jo. motUlislroni the day mit the dale hereof; and that
of the
THE Subscriber iiim just n% Kiylu and th. flncft! fabric uinch
sain low fur cafh, GonllcmcnV fine bhck.ind he pledges to jim ,4 22 COMMISSION MERCIItN2 Feb 13 29 tf JJB thereon, on the first day.ol' the noitterm. *
Bv.r tliosc that call on him to have mad up in i inewtkt iho -'
For IIal Goalleriivn -
Itynia. and la. KOTiCJE. NEW OLLCs. For hale our said Court.
*-* Cap*. TfarelJirijr Trunk, do. lUjr ;.Ts evtl. fashion. To phe. i the gay und fail idiouw abarnce ... t,. Bond WITM3S.-RICHARD G. WELLFORD*
the DURING my from the Territory, Jn. Esq, HANDSOME LIGHT BAROUCHE
SuUwtiber hat with
employed U.K. A ,
Valtout, ins! Chtth Pilgrim, who Messrs. Bettoa Clurk of said Court this 16th ttj
.4 i good *aiorlmnan will T and JaHf. Ancri-Eare tutho.1 & FMier, harness compJet for two horses by our ,
give Ins undivided my ,
oI r.&Jy mid Clothing.L.. 1)? .ft rt m cii I.1'atI.haso. attention to the ceiLing .1 ftgiillli. u upon> '4 Kerr & Kirk !y, Port Leon. Feh.8. WM. HTNAUfiHT. day of July A. D. 1840. and the Utyj,

iy29ihi, 1840 44 'rahlaliassee. filh year of the Independence ef tie: UniUa

a .. .Tal1&hs..e. lfsw.2V1, 1839. ,. (let. OLli. If89. Messrs. 3lolynur, Withcrby, Co. Strayed* Stales of America.
I .-. JVoUcc.FuUrriber Notice March23, l40. Livorpno FROM Walker's Mills, bout the first of April It. G. WELLFORD. Cl.rk of
For Sale or Rent, P T lIE Co-Part erhipIeretofe|, ezisting iiltbe 33 ly Sorrel Mule, with a blaze
'U intends In Nnw iathe face of
reniding Or. District
r1 k cAHimodiou atarut HOTEL ninle ofbl'EWART Last Notice. and of th. Supcricr Couil of the Middle
as a. lean C xiiniis ioa .Merchant. BARNARD, being l a bay color, with a near on his left check "---
ia a < Any Cot i-L Florida for
..tT.J&AWK8.centlyoccupicd by tun coniif nrd lo linn will he thankfully roieivrdand dnsolved br the death of the s. nio, Par>ner. all A persons indebted to the 'Estate of'T. M'- hnne, and .was about 5 years od.! A liberal reward .
ibv iiubwnber. Po wswon 1.ai. p.rssns indepted to the fira Ire to Cariy, deceased, are required to forward wilT 1-f given for the delivery '
i given make come of
order fjt'lbi' purcliam of An. and settle ona or both of OTICE is be of the ?
proviront, immntdiate lettiemnttht without. furtli.t reKy given fprejoin pr
amid then
diiUljr. lo Ui. all Walker'
Apply uDdersigued liatirr claims de1y'anij ill to srhom at Millor N
Cap John
toWn.M'Nttirht. will be protaptV attendad to. rlr TaUabaoee Myrirk., recdioj to all! person* mentiored ana co*-.
for E.
OZIADIN.i funiUkod. W.C MILLER. Ei BERNARD. Sarmiaf adjustment, 01 they will bo barred. C. WALKER. aerned th.r.io'i. I am thereby dirtetwf.
1' Ptrtner.
5 if 6 Ta)1aarue) 'A i o4c-T-vo two hone JeiMy CryilJ LEIGH,READ.
July 18W. ALEXANDER *, '
,, 49 f tdmr.
.1. with Harness
LLLZABETH MeC4y Ao.eompJate. Apply (o Marshal! of the Middle JluUkl of ftorifa.Aur. '

i I j840 idmL cue ft ,4 WM. IL-FRANCIS;: t,5 by JOHN r. KACKLEK, D. ft



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