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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 19, 1840
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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IfmblM aid live oak, MM! sJl her BHSonak are of Ae .

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Letters on I'Ubiness connected \ h.h the esttn- m:9mm1 t fUQ Breadtb, 36..

lid ment.to SAMUEL S. SIBLEY. PuLtiber.icEW ; I. lulls 11l'l p"I\'I\ l'oCI '. | Not long alter, Charleston was takeii by and their riders lying about in groups, or SINGULAR- OKIGI* S OF A NKW S SOKT OF rOTATOH. I' Full depth, .54 JDieunaoni

BOOK!\ D STATIO.VABr i jtly FaUicr.Sisters.Mother, Brother the Brtsh, Captain Rumph was returning,I sleeping apart from the rest on the ground. Tonnage 2O4. .

with two of his which had been sent No could have been Armament:
ESTABLISHMENT.HE Thry arc all gone, but one, wagons I surprise more compile. The Maine Cultivator gives an account of
HE $ubcril I ha* just re:('I''rd l D rvL' AI, I A daughter and a won into Charleston with produce, in charge of a The lories discovered their opponents at the a new kind of potatoe, which is apparentlya Main dAck, Twelve 36 pounders.

,oRT rNT of Books, Stall Dua r r, A 'iPcuni.ting Were, from my Iarentt early! luken aw. And my own chili'lmod') joy slowly riding in with his once for from $ Two 90
of- company wagons, prepared flight. They soon caught seed or tubers, but growing as an excrescence .
BLANKBOOKS I :: J""'."I., Day I \1,1iilu'nd, \I.cn I boy,, on a small but strong horse, his mind gloomily their,tarsus. and bridled them, and in an instant fr.m another plant. The origin of The two 96's will carry hollow bot.

Medium, D.-ani ud u Ca/-n/ LeIgPr I't' r I, ''rceiI', Boob.B i I 11\tl).tin, thrir coiRiii a they lay. brooding over the oppressed and almost hope. were mounted and flying in every direction. the potatoe now in general use, and a most The Kamachatka will take her engines onboard
au k II, I Invoice utlt .ub-payab/e/ uIIrtctit&bIe. To manhood had I grown ; less condition South had reach. 'Save who nt Jersey City, to-day.
Bill can the word. addition
Batik 81)"h, 1'\01f flok. Carolina.he was only Capt. important to the food of man, is in.
',. &c., &c And children of own
,
,,''rlCorJ.JnOOI. "nOOKS;ut ; Were jatlit-rsng, round me my whO my mother died II | ed a" large pond, on what is now called the j Rumph and his troopers dashed down upon volved in doubt, but that production is be. France.

; '", ..rv1 ="" J to.l"u. Smith's, ;-aw not her cold' flay, old road, about S\\'Ct miles below the village I thorn, and a the lories scattered, every one lieved to have been originally an excrescnce A lively description of the present condi.

ArtIiwctSC AngclI I.CcoolI'f"a"d GrlmmarVQOlllon'd ge" lit'lrrol. When it was borne away of Orangeburgh, when he was suddenly for himself the patriots were obliged to single growing upon n plant in South America.i .- ion of this country, is given m the cornmuni-
\\'IlTd'" GerI'IIy, ant All.I", And bUtcd by lar little children's side. aroused by the ..pprouch of three men on I out in The attention of scientific
Phy liflJ. AIIa.I \VaIkC .8 Diiliuna.TV pursue; !they were nearly equal I i m'r.ida to this new cation below. It is from the correspondent
OIiiev" Gt'II': by IIlIdtla AI"brJ, V&l1"J" Greek I Beneath the now, green sod, horseback, whom he instantly recognised as number, almost every one his man. VariousI production might settle! the question. The of I the London Chronicle.

j'j.jfair'r.Jai-obV lJdldlJ"J': (jfl'ek :Grammar. JIIC..t:* (. oekReader 5 he led me' first to God, his most deadly foes. Thcwere well mount I were the results of that flight and pursuit. I t following is its history as given in the paper PARIS Nov. 1.

framiiar.Adllll."llIlill, GrtninurXaii..i.al I J>HInpBook ', I Her word anil prajers were my young ouirit's dew, ed, and armed, like himself, with sword and I It was the fortune of Lieut. Parker, theofficer referred to :
In
j the of the
commencement di(
B* k. Copy, Hooks, Fcr, wlt.u t-he! used to leave in conunruid of the lories ;' present
r.h'ml'ltJn'I"J. to singled "Can any cf our naturalist!
L conternpora ferences between France
pistol.When and
The
'
the
England
l'enc.l, C, plieririr Htoks, 'I.\C icc.SIATIONAItY f'chlte rveryrve. the horsemen had reached the I' out by Lieut. Wannamnkcr of ries ,
inform
51.t t'", : I knew it va i lThiY0t that sh.withdrew. opposite Capt. Rumph's :I us whether it is (the production of Parisians were the most warm and excited

Vutkr'ti:: A lilt:.' ariES I1ubard': bet I I That dow that blessfd my youth, side of the road to Captain Rumph, '' truop. Wannamaker was a man of singular i l a freak of nature 1Ve are led to the follow. the people of the provinces comparative calm., .

1Iudso1'S a.rtlt'r 1'1I1"'r ; J'IlIeIOJICq I j)1fljflvnd I 11 r holy }love, her truth. they halted for a moment, and would have boldness, and true devil-may-care sort of i I ing' fact, which is before us. and which we A few weeks agitation carried on by the '

\Vritifig 1VtaIP I'\lor l'a1'r; fu.'O' 1'dt, (''utIIIIitriuI I I Her t-piril'of dt'y.tll;. and her tears approached him nearer; but he, placing himself spirit. He was a fine horseman, and on this venture to communicate( lo the public. has altered (this state of things the press -
public
rust .nd I'uck"t 1'l4 iaprr. and e'er0 lid \ ,.r diWtIftIIOfl I IVaIkJiibi I That abe could not suppress in the best posture oi defence: he could, I occasion was uncommonly well mounted. In :| "Year before last, Mr. John Smiley, a fir. of Paris remains, indeed, excited; but thepro'inc

J f U1anl. I'JlJI.r1i1YII' \uyrh'.1. lath never ccau'd to bless! called out to them: I this respect, however, he was not superior to :: mer in the northern part of Augusta noticed al French have
Kelt'14 1J1ck I. been work.
& > by degrees
Hr"'cII i-oul! will it eternal
'HI *"J qllllrlli; \\'l1i\ldell'lo md I My nor through years. "Gentlemen, stand off I wish to have i Parker; for after a chase of nearly two miles, upon some of the stalks of gilliflower which ed to a state of and
JMI.U up cxpcration fury.
111k, -
flue Knit's lied 1sh; i German Ceyi&ig; Ink ; Sand I How Of often mourned has the mother th.1utht, brought nothing to do with you." I Wannamaker laid gained but little, if any, the female members of his family had cultivated Some few of the departments, but three.
IiilMatid' Wafer -nps PJUDCC aid |.ounce my The lories for such upon Parker-but unfortunately for the latter, in a flower
toxe Peace to troubled t.pmt and they were, surveyedhim pot, some protuberances or fourths of them have been made to believe that
xffc' J're-- !. LUa(-k Sand, \\ afers of all colors my now'powcr !1 after well ahead for that and
File distance like
for keeping ,
instant after
b U'ax I'flllce Albert, Vic The t trmnter to repel! an and a short confer excrcsenccs warts, about the size of a new league, like, that of Pilnitz, has been
and miwora Baling-led Tens. ; Letter StampDtl. --, I Mother, thou knowest well ence with each other, to Capt. Rutnph's great I while l lookir g [back to see if his enemy was peas. They appeared perfectly formed and formed against Erance, and that true
and C"/IIIIOC every
1IetikILiu1i, kiuve-, Inoii Kirbbsr &c., Lc. I That thou bait b'.Cbl'! e:1 bince thy.mortal houis, relief, rode on, and soon disappeared at the ga.ningnpon; him, his hors'j: carried him under living substances, resembling the seeds that Frenchman is called to take arms, as he was

1.0-; I TWI young sis.CR then, next turn of the road. I a stooping tree, which struck him a violent protect from the stalks of that bulbous flow.er in 1793. Substantial causes have come to

Blank' Bill )'31)t, I-.!' 14adlllu1C9:' of hand. Ex.cliaire j Both wut-bof wor.hy mtn, Rumph, though he saw with no Kttle: satisfaction I blow UpOi the left shoulder as I.e rode under known as (the tiger JilI-! Every body is < aid the impulse and tendency of these ideal
I :: Dral"JU 1 -IC I 1'ajwr, Uli.tu.ijj; l I'"II| r* Kay After each one of them had lircn a mother\! that the lories had it, and knocked him nearly elf and in his acquainted with the gilhflower 5
passed; 0:1: was !
yet as a and f false The '
I very once. and
l" I'rsi-b alarming uncertain .
Cards 1 1 ISitclneV I ; juttnt oj.yitg! with I \ro touched by the cold hasid,
,n" (' iiitte.: I And to the spirit-land, I Mippose pink aspect of politics: in general!, baa interrupted .
pparatUs I In quick succession fallowed, ono the other. I a moment that he was to get off so easily. | and got under the belly of his horsj.. In that size and flower. Curiosity led him to preserve every specie of industry, and paral.
Cook Bindery lie knew well) that the short Htuati'ja he rode some ditl ice at an evident these cxcresciices-
The I IJ..l. To nuiil.er could I flek, j I very respite they were nol the ysed credit altogether. 'I he numbers of the
I ],.. UlIIUU"d.! \\liere al! kinds of work, (-I.H l i.c I NIT. l'l thr marble check thus given him, was oily: that, with ni: in. disadvantage, aul: \\aluamker began to gaii: natural seeds-and plant them the Mowing i idle l and ruined have greatly increased, and -

done acx|>rdiliO'.i-ly\ all liurelulon Blank WorK, Of either. trop! a mouri.ing brother' tear, I creased force, he might become their prey upon him. Parker's horse, however, broke season. One of his neighbours also tooka see in war a game of chance, where more

of 1\11 1 Grcllf'1I/1n.Miiub'-i'| '!( for, made Ua-ikc to order IVjlic,ftnd Offic ruled,' .to Mer-a uypttctII I The ll>band ot the on*, j with less: danger to themselves. He rightlyI the girth, and] the saddle fell, so that Parkerwas portion of (them ad did the same. Two 1 brilliant prizes turn up than iu a peaceful

flI, otl'i r" n"c-! ',, and tbti.t,, I IrlianIP ..-. ? ....-Tlie- w_u\llr'..u.."lu only uX.ut son uj, u I tac t'KT I I--. j..t.r . II ..... ... \
/ iJlI" ', ctn OU..llllcll
... Je !
him !
But
distance. it
-' in the road a safe : soon became
scouts
were only sent to ap.jprchctid uppa. product was over half a peck of good The Deputies who have
ake ,
I returned
: Kri : now
.!i Irl noin'**, ruleanJ j ound m any style r<-- i water- cold to
at qtm-d: ; and warui1ed! equal Northern or any Over a br. th/r rolh I him if uuarmed, and who, if he had; 1 rent, to Parkur's great dismay that his horse'sI sized lrd"Cry handsome potatoes. These the capital, breathe all the extra excitement '

other nianuUr ur'. Particular! attention paid to The i day was bright ; the day 1 felt ..cac: a Lretze, I incautiously su.H'cred them to approach him, I wind was i.:ilitig, from bemjj lidden without were preserved and planted the last spring. of the provinces; and, instead of having .

remndiri! od] IJowKi" NeviaitrsMagaz| | -', I am. While / have yet been J-jiarrd, I would hashot him down, while oil his a s-.iddlc. In.in he hipped and spurred They grew vigorously, and the result was about their beads and mouths t full of 'local interests
tililcts )Iu'.'c 1'n'il.s, .-c.. in pla.n! or ornamental i Though danger* I have dared, guard. I his jaded] hr e. Wunnamakcr was sJiorten-! three bushels of a new sort of real vicinal roads .
attli i iTlie Storms roikand pota. bcetroor. railways, or coalmines .

the
or II' | atl rlloi. p'raies jn : eas. -
imdmj. GreC:31 I : about him for moment for lug tin distance: i between them at leap. toes. The is of form
.u .>en'ji-r.! tiu.kfui I'jr the patronage he Lrollwr Casting a means every potatoc a oblong smooth they echo the nonsense of the press '
]La'lif rctofort" roi"'\'* d, li jj'r!, by a i-tri t attention :Thy Dear, floating ,body ju iidirams!seems' I of escape from his wily" foes' (the danger of his Parki-r beheld him: nearly withil pistol shot; face, mostly white, mixed occasionally with about the national flng being insulted,the rev.

to his iiutiupt licit a cUlIll.UolIl't' of the *'"n( ... I lilt. .hU Land, and my poor aid impl.jtc, i situation became fully app.srent.[ The three and, frig-iU'iied! beyond measure, he took off {urple. Mr. lIutchil/ ', of the Augusta olution and its interests in dager, and a host ...

1 1'. A. HAY 10 WAUL)). "I I'II wak'iifd by' my vn-pjiiny, ;' troopers he knew belonged to the corps of the his h.tt:, ;isd: beat \Isis horse on the! sides with i it .. House, has cooked some of there, and pronounces of such slock phrases, which evince that hoe'er \\.
Fal4tIflI-Pe.O'! 3. : Ai d know ti! u thou :,rt .I p of hich he to accelerate his speed. It succeeded for a.' : them
--------- I < I'cping j sanguinary Cunningham, a party w superior. They may be a van. irrerationcl it may be, the French are .5

.her ': I : '!:1 a.i'.ott'j- tw( nfpinj. lra< fjr a |I il ,Ja' lone grave, on low :anntu-lv'! 'a shore.I was certain, was iu! the neighborhood, under moment, but the fagged l.orse: had cIJnc his I''ety: worth cultivating. But the mystery ill'' still highly exasperaed: and indignant. There "

I .y of(1':1 I, "id. _I''C tl.) miin I n. T.lhgJI Ig or I I had one brother more, the command of oc of his subaltern officers; UIII)5t.Ilamak?'r wai just h hill, and.I,: our mind i is, (that they should have been the I i is still, however, in these men a great hesitation .

tifurr u"t, <-"nl"| I 1'/.n'i 1iir<-i <>r A:>ri\ a* Hi''f foiltider.U I[ Tne !ukt tit)' mother' Lorf, and Ca t. Rumph, af.er carefully sur\e\ing called out to him with presented pistol: II product of the gil1ifio\\er. Was that the way I as to going to war, they being well aware
Jle whea loiili I "
m 'UT wf.ili t; I t-aid no'(was cud I d ij 11'' inieiid lo j'ay' it, UI!.*.* ron'p>-lYd by I upon ; I extreme danger of falling into the hands of Parker heeded not, but coi.tinucd with rc- 'I and that the first '
Uurf.thu'I aged arm i Ii Corrc. cannon shot implies a cha'igtof
-plllldel of Ihc Couri
ju.. JOHN" J COVl.NGTuN.Oc'.Sl.KUO. :, : ce and Enqli rcr.I .
I necd lolence lis blow with his hat. \Vati.iianial'r
: 14tfAOIUT. j Leaned tip-u lmi-;.,,impc, ii I j.rjj)-at J.onj". 1 his merciless foes. He was mounted upon: I \ : i LONDON dynasty, as well as a change of political
Nov.
:
5.
--, .- .- I He sui.U, Lencalhi tLc weight: i i strong hut slow horse, and the thought ol es.I approached nearer, and called to him i.I TilE PEACE OF EUROPE. As influence and .form. of government. And
-
nniiri! >' cJ having: hecn appointed. J- | Of in a ill}' arc! A gr<'ut I cape on horseback was abandoned: by him <. again; but sil: lIe rode on. Wannamaker i Paris will have your many a French public man, however sober
THC- :. >r:d<- <, ni. ti in of LIe l.ta\p: \ 01 j jSnii'm And glowing nuinehe, left for ttrcnjrih and worth., without hesitation. He was armed with a :'. culled to him: again (the third time, and offered correspondent undoubtedly and prudent at other times, is at this moment

1'raz r. lite. o: 1.1"1 Cuuiitr.'. 4cC'asId.! : rc-I I j IVd: but live months 1"0"! I' trusty cut and thru.t sword, and. a brace of him (quarter ; but the unhappy man, knowing j. sent you a full account of the opening the I mooting which alternative he should -

quCfU ai!! tl.o-c n.Uid t'< !1ht J.ta1f: iu i.iake My father lea the blow! thai he had no right to that Chambers, and the precise state of parties in I prefer- .
pistols but it uo.ilii have been madness he ; expect mercy France
|II.y'wril lu inin 'iiillitt.lh, and all I I those h.\I i | .Aiid row! he, too, lu1'jiaseJ \. from t-arth. I ; I which lie Irul halted that capital, it is only requisite that I should I i humihng herself against Europe, by
) i never given, not.
1': -i.j .!. t Id |>rr*.'iii the facie, properly ttetct.itIiu. j ( I, rould I but have }Irard well knew, to think of opposing himself to remark upon the effect which has been peaceably allowing the full execution of the -
.! II I such odds, as was sure would be ''! 1 Halt I Pdrker, : \Wannamaker. "I have projdueed \ London France
'hllII l'rl-r.Lc' \ 10 W. < ''ntparting, bc--ii! word II broughtagainst in London in the course of the few hours Tlreaty, or risking every .
O.I UM J 13 'm : I all: lovtd : im. There time to ho Iot.I i told you the last time. throne
AUX.J'n"Zrn.\d.n. FIOIII llice dying !! But the j>alUtDetMi was no which !Lave I thing- freedom, and iuflueuca of the
I elapsed since the arrival of the
IXHHiTOUY OF FLIlilA) ,by}' me, wan thrown, I His I only chance of escape at once flashed :, Parker rode on. Wannamakor, fearing of the middle cbsscs-il1 another thirty year's war.3JIA '-
I speech .
King.
To the Marshal (.,f the Middle District, And tLc grem turf has grown, across hs: mind, and he immediately set about something: might occur to incline the chances; i Though correctly anticipated great man has said, that a great country
be
favorable!
h tear: of mine, over lhcn I to to the
I \\t : ; him the doomed peace yet
: )\l i!' executing it. He rode his horse up to the against approached man document cannot make a little war. Perhaps this '
greeting ; has may
the
Al. b'lt the last thank within horse's and I given highest satisfactionon
God fired.
half Parker
tneniioned and lied him fust length be
'' \rrLI"rl.orc: to viit: on the eighth the clod pond already to the Stock Exchange considered contradicted. Perhaps it is one of the
jl ,
Before
u. \.f IcLruu\the jcar-if our Lordotictiiou heavy a tree. lie then look off the greater part of. rode erect for a moment; but Ils hold soon re. ] being not great advantages of Grrat Britain that it
vide 1 drew, can
its
I mcoirin to and
I
o Ffllon i only pacific rational, but at the time
i.d i-ir'i'! : and tlrtJ.h\o.a Char I I though thin hair his clothes, ai.d left them near his horse, to Ia'XCl--hIe t l backwards (H his horse- I same make a little war. and mn nmnlny 'fiu.i..i insraall
And 1'1\1 more .unl.4111 5
let oF / "rBlil'id i \ explicit \ ilijujiy tliau similar
/niorjdirjliuii$ \\aw by the Lcjt-Iilivr I | rolled off and any
Lay, lk: the boar frost, there, induce the suspicion that he had c jncealrd heavily expirct.SuuthcTlI document which has and sparing proportions ta attain ends -
for
Cuui ciiof tin- Territory of to fUili I j appeared a longtime ,
'Hbn ild -IIU'lI: !" lo the Jjida.. a crlaiu 1 jx-rsonM 1'ank, :t hand l.is fuchcad Ireused, that fell: like freca.tug himself in that pond. But that \' as very far I Cabinet for September pass. The English finds have been not worth an expensive war. Whether this 5

t. Lc CkUti!> Ic'd l in tl.cTuMii" of .Ma! no'n' and I daw. from his real intention.: He walked in the I i HEALTH AND bDEI> Dt Cc.-1"lke for favorably effected by the intelligence; the 3 Le true or not in regard to England it is certainly .

*houiiic< |"! with the provisioi.s of said Charier, I I had been nmrked with cure, water near the margin of the pond, until he a girl, bred in Consols advanced about not the case with France. She can.
{ example ) delicately having
young per !
whitli utij IJitik. "'1 incorporated l by the iiamt- andillc i !! :, been bowed in prater, which he had per not mike Ii tie
I .1 had gained the side opposite to i shut in in her childhood. a w.ir. She cannot break
tow a the
; j nursery cent alteruoon.
,. present
"f 1 "Ti. .MrutiUNTs: AVD TLANTEBK' RINK j Fut many ayiarcie dealh! upon U riuli! \ I up I
O.M hl\ II.Uu.du'raJ; al-o, tl the twclf.h I O'r III bent u'oi.c.'Twas : :I f fastened his horse, and, choosing with some ,I ne\er accustomed: either to air o. exercise, Letters received from Paris at a l later hour over an inch of her frontier without putting -'
uf tn| j throne. caution the place at which he could best leave of God; makes I the whole of her neighbors in arms. She '
i\V t ijruiry.\ in yi'iir of our L.rd oiutliou- Lf'Vt'e ffr"IIICI I | two things that the law ct-sen- give a moro circumstancial account of the '
ind t.jrltl lul\rcJ\ aid t.irtj-t\\of! un a't uaspasMi. Atid, it. death! chili wtnl to my very soul I it, he set olf at a rapid rite through the pintwoods :i Hal tu health. She marries; her strength i iI is opening of the CIambers-from which it ap.1 I dare not menace the king of Piedmont with

lit. il.t- viutcriior; : and,LcgiMalutCouncil u::i Of al! I urn !,trcfi towards home, a distance of sixteen i I inadequate to the demands upon; it. 11crbeauty' pears that, not the slightest popular movement out having: a million! of soldiers ready' resist .
)
thcT.ruld'j f amend I I
of a.to Charter
rjr tl.r caid I
[ 0Olj": t-.hitr left- I miles. the armed retalaion: of Europe. For the
fades She
of Inco"" jr..t I,.,n;-Andlnteas BMI, oa tin (fil. I| early. languishes through was attempted, or had the appearancesoflinis !
/\\'cJ.il.a:.1!Iow tloltl! many 1 l.'anlIlatii : I In the meantime, the three who, :: of birth children reason, France cannot make other than a rer-
(tecutiiriv ( I IV'iriiury! ; in the! year of our Lord : htr stci.der: trooper hard offices giving to suck- i i.'g been projected-and the opinion is !I
tIC: tIiu\- id l i-i;it iiundrcd and tliirlj-
net W.i- jn-Kid t*. the LigifUtivc Cnut-cjl of ll< i iTcrniory thou "hull: : Mi.d! to lr.:1 her down :l1uI! I party detached to seize him if they could, re- aiid her acquaintance lumcntingly exclaim, ration: will be supported: by the Chambers; M. Thers: cnn have no wish to overthrow
.f I'.undj), tUpl.1elcl] al! to the haid j I I of about the dynasty-no wish to transfer the .f "
timed their main consisting seat
to body "What that
mother
Ciiiitir of I: .L tlc I orii.nil I cr, to tliro;, 1 Low a strange Pro\idcrce, a those who have been much in the salons since
IC"I as njipi' ar ; i- Fa
toro Imci-l cf 1-rallll.tad rhaittr ot( ) j j I I... vny IO"1 bust thou twenty men, under the comnund: of Lilt.I .j I I should! Im taken, in the midst of life from her the arrival of the great body of'the Deputies, :' power and infleence from the Hall of Deputies .

lad ad ".,! i.tl n">ui. Jrld ald EUjpller.I.1 Incurloralihl'i a., { Thy I I I IJrcn s-uniiiotied: from: (';rih'.> toil 8idI'jrhold t eat I| Parker. ar.d; reported the situation in which Ii i' 'childri-ii? Was it Providence? No? ProiJence \'. having become satisfied that (the preservation to the camp-no wish to see French ci.

record in t iht- o:!:<.<.
<.f'.tl! ". ** well a by t'.t: 'public htututcs of the Uu\illj,1 1 .at :er.II, ':'of time the whole party set off to overtake ,I ten ; a term long' enough to rear her children dists, is the ruling intention of the members point of the bayonet in another 18th Bru. -
Ttrnt.jry ul) Florida, piintt-d I l.y uutliontv of tl... j The tutu g .vcnt to my earlies! years. maire and the
Govm.or and : CUMJ! of ll.c I' fn-Ic/ him. Upon their! arrual at the pond, they mid to pee her childrens children; but from almost every prrt of France. Mons.| ; yet proposals when M. Thi

And ui-r.as: a'LC'tllltl'r, Y't pasn-d l.y the Oo.uiar-\,-1- i The Death of Parker.A found that tho wagons had procteded but a 'she dill Jot obey the laws on which l.fe de. Thiers appears to have sunk into veiy little i ers made to the King the other day, the re. -

Wind L'- I.i.t'o Cuumil, of paid 'IVrrilory,
tic! ("ur11 dy (f Maitli, in ili.- year of our 141nl, 11 Neatly sixty- four years have passed away when the three tories passed them, nnd :'tuo, .cut off in 'the midst t of hiis- days. He deserted by Odillon Barrot and his party of': nation, went to nothing less than such a fearful

one lllou' md tijrh! : hrntiri-d anil lliirly-ninf Jiulli' | since the conclusion (.f our great struggle for Capt. Rumph's horse and clothes were in the ,,, is a useful and distinguished t itizen, and eminent sixty of the extreme left, who had refused to consummation. Theirs was determined to

rain Territory; and' tu r(iui.inj in' titt the thc 11-nuisile tnct Allornc Ical>,i,jirococ-d-> '>f fcaid. i j pendence-few, very fQ w, toW remainamoigst same situation in which they had been lift by I[t in hi" profcssio-i.; A general buzz rises support him t fir the office of chairman of the be ready for war i in pring, if France were

in;* a;a.iifct i-ui h B.&i.ing in tlitir | ; us of the gallarst: spirit who survived him. The whole party rode u)to the wagon, I on every side of ''What.a striking: Providence 'Chamber of Deputies: which appears to havej i still discontented at that time ; but France, '

tc.ueuive 1)itris, : as mllt!III4rlurat."I foils i. j that tearful contest! ; and soon in the common ;'and fiercely inquired of poor Housulighter, !' ?" This man has been in the act of study: been desired by Odillon Bairot himself. The!! with a million of men under arms, and the

>ure> ufiicirf 'IiarL' 1 by no/i-usrrand t', jiroM-rMtc I" course of tlliugsal of them wi be gone furccr \'. : who was pale with terror, where Rumphuis.. ing half the night, of passing his days in I his coalition-always a mere knavish and selfish I thoughts and interests of her whole popula.tion .

the Udcc.artd vaiiii- to tffc t. MJ thlt thy said Cljartcm (iit.I:> and with them all hope ( recovering from He pointed to the pond, and they rode up to office and in the courts, ol eating Iuxtirirusdsnucrs one: between politic: ians so really opposed as I turned to war, must have been discon.
I uu.l:! and void t by the! 4if the
pr-'pi-i Ciurttn hid 1.Jii4rict-/ind: Judgment w'u: rcof, I I oblivion! many 1 deed of manly daring, now | the plarc where the horse was tied, and when and drinking various wines. lie has "fhirs and Barrot, having now been brokenup tented with any settlements, and war was in.

ChjrlmS. .Siuv! Atlonn-y <.f the United Sli\'I 1 only'preserved in the memories of those who ( thesaw. his clothes, and other signs of I! every day violated the )laws of which health it is thought the admimstrdliori will evitable.

f,i lie Miticic: District, .,f Tl-jrida, jirOM-r.nting forJiJTerr I achieved, or those who witnessed them. : Rurnph's having taken to the pond, they surrounded j j depends. Did Providence cut him ofl? The be so strengthened by the recruits from both M. Thiers asked to levy all ihe-French

.. ,.loiy'i'i, I'dtl a]>p<-arud on thiK day, ',I& bululfof 'J 1 he most interesting history of South Car. ;i it on every side, and dismounting evil rarely ends here. The diseases of the of those parties, as to lie possessed of every youths cf twen'y years of age in 1841, cal.

i' kind rritory, anil: by him the Court II'rt remains to be written. It is not of they entered it sword in hand, and searched !j farther are often transmitd ; and a feeble prospect of being firmly seated in power. culated at 170,000 men. Simultaneously
Z'\tn r lit understand und be iu1 irrnrd that thy I clna'ct I I
iid"Tin. .Mr-rctiti.U'ai.d TUnl r>' U.I.f M.iplu" I siege of Charlefctoti, or of the battles of t \'e'r\ place here he could possibly have |! mother rarely leaves behind her vigious child. The time has been too short since the arrival with his levy en matte was to be promulgated

"> fl ll f-in'oteil iu Ujarlt-r, and 11 die fran- I the Cowpens or Eutaw, here men fought : Len-concealed. But their search was fruit i rent It has been customary, 1:1: some of our of the speech of the King of the French,i! a law, indefinitely prolonging the period of

chi. jiruilo' rijjlilb and i IKIIUIIII) $II K. tljtrebycoufernd and died in masses, forced ou by discipline I less. Rumph was far on his way towards cities, for young hid.es to walk in thin shoes I that: more than a general impression respect. military service. French soldiers, at present .

by luin-uttr and lie liulh Ihr.d, ,lho a and by a will not their own, that our historyis I home, before those '\ 1s0 were HO eagerly,1 j ji and delicate stocking, in mid winter. A :j i"g should have been noticed in London; but ;j may be kept seven years in the army, the

frirtjariai' llet 4id nutlit"'; 1..i i..ul McrclunU'according and lo I'l-ntcm'1&1'' I. I5,um.I'I mkoTMaziiolia I defcien; but little unfortunately has been :i thir&titig for his blood could satisfy themselves healthy' young gir thus dressed in violation't' tii's! : is probablv the.same manner in which (he they never are so more than five year, but

," to DI'I'1 before tin. Court ul the I those !instances of individual I that he was not there. Irritated by the escape of Heaven's law s, pas the penalty : a check. j jed intelligence will be received throughout the the class of 1834 has just been called out .

time and und CaUse if it I Icoudwhy of of the which circulation cold t'cvtmr and death. "What and marched in all directions to join their col.
fr.iK-r| pla< .II W a-iy suffering and daring, which the nature our I prey they were so cosifi.I kingdom at large. The effect upon[ business
\ Ihot-aid Charter t IIuforli.1 th.ul other of tho colonies dent had in their while sad Providence exclaimed her fneids. umns in October, whej thy have a legal
warfare more than any I they grasp one part a is expected(! to be highly l favorable, and the
not be repealed, and YOU Icdared, .ul IRUSHY aut void. I during the Revolutionary War, furnished i of the Tones returned to the wagons, and I Was it Providence: or her own folly? A beau state of (the continental exchanges, and the right to quit them on the 31st of December,
THEREFORB COMMXNUKD :
'Hut you \Itl knov.i: t'. the t> iii-i I abUndeUl example after taking such of the horses U! could le I I Il thai young bride goes, night after night, to1: general money market, is thought to be aboutto 1841. It was useless to call them out un.

"FLe MrcI-autb' and t'lanlt-rs'! Hank of .Magnolia," After the scige and fall of Charleston in the :l serviceable to them, they stripped. the wagons I II I Ii parties in honor ot her marriage. She has [ improve from this time; as the speech of less the term of service was prolonged.Now .-

aid all Presidents, C. ,. ncrn, Oirectors.. and ::sod,. year 1780, and the shameful violation of the i i I of every thing they could carry away, and a slight sore throat, perhaps and the weather I ,the Kiag of the French, viewed throughout the prolongation of the term of service .

k Qkr% 1I reid', tliat they te before the Judjjc of. articles of treaty by the British officers, the : burnt them to ashes, with the remaining part is inclement ; but she must wear her neck Europe as terminating the chances of a gen. instantly operates revolution in the

CIUSlpcnor. Couuly Court of of von the Aliddlo, on the! District second of Monday F'i.ri.4fori,1. war in South Carolina became essentially of a !: of their freight. They worried poor House- and arms bear, for whoever, saw a bride ia a eral war, will cause to be liberated enormous French army. At present, the youths who

'1 X'jveiiiber, next after the dale of this wnt, or I partisan character. The State was overrun, : lighter until he was ready to die with fear. close evening: dress ? She is seized with intlumation masses of bullion which have recently been join the rnnks, who scarcely become soldiers

'ldl oilier tune 8k the Court may bo adjourned I Ito but not subdued. Bold spirits arose everywhere '; and left him. I of the lungs, and dies before her accumulated, either by (the potentates fur for a year or two, and who are to depart at

at the ("urlluulp of t-aid County ef Leon, ill to assert their, liberties, and they were i I; Captain Rumph reached home about sun. bridal days are over. "What a Providence? military chests, or by bankers and speculators, thc end of five, do not feel) themselves soldiers .

11e city ,,!!, in said i County, to hhow it I frequently and instantaneously crushed by a ,| set, with a determination to give his pursuers I exclaims; the world; -'cut off in the midst'I III hopes of a large advance in the value of by profession. Vera few of them partake
*ny llnnjtliey, fur thfinst.'vcn! have, or can lay, foe and recellec. I chance of with less odds of and !" Alas did she I of the feelings, the interests, the ambition and
*hy the said Charier of Incorporation ot "TheMercliantu powerful and unsparing no a a fight, on one happiuess hope bullion, ii the event of a general European
atid renter Bank vfhgf"lia" .lluc: I lion now survi ve-.of themselves or their deeds; side; and he immediately set about collecting not cut the thread of life herself? A girl: war. turbulent excitement of military life. The .

J'JI Le repealed. anDulled, and made void, and all1'berties but not all of them thus perished. Oie fearful together the scattered members of his corps. in the country, exposed to our changeful present French soldier is a quiet peasant, but
riht pnvilejrfs fran- and bonnet instead ot flannel Frum, the New Y"rk ESI''U.L"'UNCH declare his term of'service perpetual, and
11IUlltIC't 1it contest tradition has been preservedwhiclr This was soon accomplished- tlieyhboul j mate, gets a new a
cbiiw IIOU by the name conferred, be soiled into poinc- 1 endeavor to record- a struggle of man twenty.five in number, were ready to set off,: garment. A rheumatism is the consequence. OF THE KAMSCIIATKA. im. war becomes his profession and ambition.-
Iud controt of said T.' and further to
do and receive what ib<- aid rritory, then and there \.itb wi hit fellow man-a pursuit-a pistol shot I in pursuit of the lories by day light the next Snould the girl; sit down tranquility, with the mense concourse of persons were assembled Levy the entire youth of the nation, and you S

of i U and th'I. in thu ,ch curl, ) ronbider and and fieath. morning. idea that Providence has scat the rheumatism I I at the ship yard of W. H. Brown, yesterday will make war the national purpose and am

cir cl And you are further commanded to give Captain a Jacob Rumph, (known after the This party had proceeded for several hourson upon her, or should sin charge it on her van. morning, to witness the launch o( this splen. bition. This is what Thiers 'wanted to do ;

tiOtJ4OfIIIc Ii.htilutionot this proceeding, by publi Revolution Rump) their. way, and had nearly reached the I ity, and avoid the folly in future ? Look, my did ship. The scene was one of the most :and moreover he proposed collecting imme.
,alion; hen of in some public! newnp ,j.er in the betler.perlwps.asGencral and beautiful we have seen. At .liately this mass of toldiera in of observation
where the of their leader had friends, at the mass of diseases that imposing camps
MidJ'e of of District, wag spot wagons young
Florida of Orangeburgh
l\fc ; f r the three
paco the
her frontier.
rowilU frOI tlt! day of the date hereof. And that of a 01 cavalry, raised in the neighbor. been burned the day before, and which was are incurred by intemperence in eating or half past nine, the signal was given; on Napoleon never .

you make return .f this writ, und of your priced- hood troop to protect themselves and their families the scene of his perilous escape, when they drinking, or in study or business; by neglector shores were knocked away, and she glided issued a more revolutionary or more despot.. :

i0:_ thereon, wi tho ISn.1 day o! the next term of but who lost no occasion in niding their friendsor were informed that the lories, not far blow, exercise, cleai'liuess, pure air;/ by indis. into her native element in a graceful and majestic ic decree.
our lid Court. amid the acclamations of the No wonder if Prussia took the alarm and
their horses the dressing tight &c. and all is j style,
WITNU.-UICHARD annoying their enemies. They are all were feeding near creel lacing ,
G. the
WLLLFORD
assembled. This I German States. No wonder that
thousands who wefe vessel Louis
Clerk July, A. D. 1840. aud "Isl y-frlh) )'oa of gone but few bolder spirits struck for liberty in patriots were extremely anxious to b led to impiety, as well as ignorance is ? Were is, we understand, intended for a steam Phillippe required time to pause; and liberty
the Independence of the Slates of frigate, and has been built for tho Emperor oil to see it all that ,might be gained at the riskof'
that eventful war. Captain Rumph was a the charge. Just before their eyes were the the physicnllaws strictly observed, from gen. '
America.. and of evidences of the wanton destruction of eration to generation, there would be an endto Russia, from a model furnished by two officers I war might not yet be gained,witboufit
of strength, great pro.
, R.G. wrLLFORU, Clerk of man proigioullie Russian Navy, and promises, if we The new Ministry ban however to this
the Superior uf the Middle District of in the hour of danger, pcrtv by the lories, and their memories couldreafily frightful diseases that cut short life, and of of the on.
Court courage clness rightly; to be a fast sailer. She is, in I der taken a task ef t tremendous di15 alty.-
Florida; for Leon County. and of harsh and imperious disposi.lion supply numberless instances of their the long maladies that make life, a tormentor judge
though a the size of the Great We Thiers might have i
about tern yielded .to' the "coaUtioa
fitted for the command horrid barbarity, rapine and murder. They a trial. It is the opinion of those who best appearance, ; : :
1[ OTICEu hereVy given of the foregoing: pro no one was and bUrr who composedhis at a quickened pace along the understand the physical syutem, that this and is pierced for, 10 guns. her bead with_ far more aafetthanthey caiw fit did '
of the intrepid men
c hardy
edinji, all mentioned and con. proceeded each decorated with adouble I not choose to commit '
t perol stern are pliti sacidedby .
Csrud their enemies appeared in the wonderful machine, the body-this "goodly and
lberelD at soon
I dispersed ,
ditected. They ad
am thereby crs. 'er usually rad headed Eagle surrounded hy an rmperial I doing so; nor_ C tlI.'be stgetherMed.-'
LEIGH but situation in which they had been described temple"-would gradually decay and men
READ Marshal tbVir 'avocations their farms, ,
ordinary '
:[It
o between ask
Ii too much to'
or1 MiddU District Kbrida.. by united jnoment'a from their with horses carelessly feeding with,their would die, as a few novv"do die'as falling to Crown. She exceedingly spacious was or ..pei'fl'o
at
'C.2. fc; JOHN F. KACKLER, L). JA.IJ .. they leader. a warning, teir'one briJ. bill out of their mouths, 'I 1.1eep.-Jl S p e1l. decks und her cabins are large tad conrtoi,< I any stalssmas, U. Coisot as a Literal Cea.




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I'2? --ntlye dignity 1eeORWi1 for
and Marshal SoultW&Jedif Thiis thu! 'The of his(CJ.ro'iiele; kngu, age.underrates Lord ] And to it was with the whole party in the !) b made to get the Legislative Council to 8.U.II I II editor of the Star ought to give more &8 the populatwnrtandj.:; yet we are Fra'
; Holland'sviews '
qu3.tion asked by'veryonc. Will e Senate. They were afraid to express an j thorize< the Union Rank to sell the Territorial 1 1I S precise and explicit orders to his locun teM fraidof< $3,9pp,000. R a.
theyiiav rcl Ue
as a rmer. was one of those II The
the majority t The loss of M M Dufauer'cnl whose (iIOIUILS had; ,' ,J"auced'ith xperi. ,' opinion the subject. If they went_in favor it J I Bon< s for "whatever they will briag, or to fix i when' he leaves. q.me. I was but the" other Pr ofitable expenditure and useful iu New York prouced

1 Pussy deprives! them of some important euce, but he loi.Ked! to the practicable as wellas of it, they knew it would be ulpnpular-and ; a limit below the par value. Perhaps we'' day that CoK.Downing was a "patriot. Yes 1 i 'Ilie expenditure in work. 1

To.:.-a. The discontent of Count 11tIe-for' to the dl' irablc. He disliked the ballot; ( ift they went against it, they would loose the may have some more disquisitions about the 1 real, right down bna. patriot-and a! three broken Banks Florida has prouce

t be is discounted-A ) \' them of w'veral but his objections I to it were of more of a democratic support of the great English capitalist, as meaning' of par ; and another attempt to show J Whig patriot to bt presto the ed. We have a word more to

t nsore. They ha\'e on the other Imlld"on ) than tfau aristocratic nature. well us the State Stockholders in the that Tallahassee is good "ito r steps out of the way, and his deputy je great just as any b
over the Duke de BrogUe, who at first ftUp. i A collection of Lord Holland's in par a _ _
;. ported M. Tillers' extreme proposals, but who i j the Lor '1f journals, would of itself protests constitute] United States. The truth i is, they were &in. other par, or that par in Florida paper was of pounces down upon the Colonel, and demands Currency nt IhiT ut.

admits of cercly IIIVor of but dare not really intended the Council. him what has l become of some 'promise : We are told ,that the .
now their danger.: Independent a monument; of hid labors for every just cause; j assumption, by Legislative I 0 current the E :
.11. all Manceo) enmities or friendships: of iudivi 'I I auduals d ill hem will be seen the soundest liberal I ijet their opinions be known until they could We shall touch upon this question of h Par" I Ii ( the Colonel made to the people; intimating as is 1 an excellent state : South Carolj5; .' I

the Soull alld ituizot c"tJinct i will have I I j principles) : most clearly, unflinchingly, and carry out their project, and assume the debts I1 j I; and Exchange," some of these days, and plainly as possible, that the Colonel made I ., Georgia H, and specie..ye pede and I
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I majority on the addressa: small majority : energetically' expounded. I before the people had a ch:jnce: of deciding on I show: that somebody knows very little about I certain promises to the people while he was; what is ours, under the benign- ; And i

; -a majority: : which will comprise many in I j'' The void which Lord Holland has left will the matter. When the deed was once done, I I the matter, or would seem to know very little. soliciting their votes, which he chose to forth| e Bankocracy 7 influence of I
I and warlike! } ,
dignant persons, not'all prepar.nev I er be filled-a golden link with: the genius 1 ---- get when he had them. And this is a -.
the| got -
: ( people might fret and foam about it. The --
pared to rush into war immediately. Those of the last Batik Legislation : al 8t.
j i t age i is broken and: gone. The fine !' Florida Rank Conservative Patriots eeUDI Mark.
who will form the complementary and d.-cis. I I intellect: : wlio.:*; light;. bur.ed at the) shrine of;.i i| money! gained by the; Stockholders i:> E.. J.lld Since the formation of the Territorial Go. :I! ,.,. Whig At a repetabe e

ive votes of this majority are mcmb-rs who ,,1'n I'clllltl. is extinguished.' An intlae& & ,, the und! elsewhere, would be suflicie.tt; to'lirihctha( vensment in Florid i, the Rank influences I have I i Star calls on the Colonel to answer. The 1 citizens of Saint convened mIng t

a would have preferred seeing! T,i iunfco.-.timip; : Jim i !"t propitious. tl) the peace:: so: precious to, IH'jthe )PlC notjo undo!( what had been done. The I re..gIeI) p'iram unit ill the Territory.1 : They I(I I Colonel is away. If his frields do not an. of( Magill and Middleton, ou at the he ,r. .

'. in:, office and follow up hisnrdi.t.i!" I.(.... hut i ( \\ urld 's best i.itcrts:;!, is: lost when the) : i' Wjnecd hiig.; ia) the Senate therefore (llod] and left 'i
who sti.l shrunk from furcig: Thuvr* ai.d l n.lr- : of it is iiiiicod. I pro confesso-and the will be done 1 pursuatuto t previous no.
great co guard III'OM', to watch the C.lonc tice motion
over | vetoed.a R.n.k bill, it made no odds : they ; ( on of Mr. Albert R.
rot on: the King with war: upon: their fl..g.; _. interests of the : up, unless his friends put their silence on the Al
Rut, however succesMul in oarrji i 'g thr.! Address : T :; i.' S } Ii iri.ll curt titrv. A more pitiful L I would drum up the requipitc majority andcarry : that the is too for the{ meeting was organised by Calling e
sliiiki ground source Capt
of contemptible
--- ig;; responsibility:; was never exhibited! I
p'them II.
and udjour'.ing: 'li"r a time the g..at it. (.ov. Dlu'nl'ctocd them : theyj ETEa SWAIM to the Chair

1-. questiwi t)l" peace or war, li-i it i.ot; be t up-; i I TLIII; \ -lU.' I ri.oin) : : in a Legislative body, nor a more gross bc- pa std in despite: ) of the vtlo. :1 r. Westcotl, :['I I to notice. Very well gentlemen, have: ins g Mr. E. P. S.UTI of and 5PPont.
Grooversvjlje
1 posed that the Cabi.mt t will gather much! force .- IJh.'AHV;. .- li. GDJ.SLN, KUlTOIt.Drrciubcr trayal; of the interests: of the people. acting':as Governor: : vetoed them : they pas. I jit: a you please. If that is your idea, we j Rev. \%TM. H. MATHERS, of St and

from un achic"enMlt.'Il'thl'r\ they make To satisfy; the British :Mr.Southurd \ i wi ill not say i nave. i'! Mark. o ee.
.. ,atnrday.. 19. IS, 1O. capitalists, seel, 101\\ itlistaialimicv.:; i rctanes. The Chairman of the
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peace or menance:) war, they have still --- -------- b We -uAl.oier "
but
of meeting
u score of try .g irliamenlary: questions togo Torritoriul! ouls. : was put I forward Jo sty, "thai he I is i thus see.i: : lhat the Bank party:: have:J pubiJt-hc. cd its object in a brief and lucid !ltt!
j would that had we very to about it. If the manner; when
not litle
%( thro-igh; i.i any) of which) thev tiny l he over- "ye have bren infornud t that! Territorial say, Congress i.ol the right; I h.llhe: i! absolute control of the legislation of Star chooses say ; : the following preamble and

': thrown Overthrown! :and what i is; the coprj. tthO: to the umoui.t of one: hundred: and to' assume the Slate DebtNo: doubt! all theparties the Territoiy ; and we see what they have < to attack Col. Downing nowthat : in troduced, and unanimously resoJutinl1er
undor-tand each other he has become such a warm wcsay adted:
I .
of overthrow of th. Cabinet ? : ; lcrfel'llyH.II. Whig \
sequence fifty,] thousand!: dollars, given to tile Life rlllTrust .1 brought (the people to ; we sec the state in i ERSASViewing
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The is not the accession of the it do it. That is a mailer with which I '
I; t consequence Rank, have been :appropriated by Lot The Star U out upon Col.! Downing) and: I which they have left the country ; we see the | tifhave ul localIty of Saint M.riJftK'jS'jJ
r Left (in the 'pn'ence of Thiers and Rirrot) t we no particular interest, biul we arc and
) '4 I Clark to the purchase of stock in some :Maryland raises the standard of 'Llj-l'%l Ward. This. prosperity they promised. The records of ( its numerous and well .
Pt to power, but the necessity i: of, a-i immediate\ I disposed to keep aloof from their charges and( vantages over other knu J ad.

t? des olution. It will, and; } must:: be, tluir first Coal :.Mines\ up the Putomac.'e shouldbe 11 how" is not doap under tho regnl\ ir editor: the courts slyovv I that ; and we may see, from I recriminations. Let the candidates( and (their Ray, from ihe depth ports on the ApaIcbee

1 indispensable condition. Xo,,". there is no one: pleaded to be enabled to contradict this and, if foil !id J conrcnifnt, can be b} him dis all l these things, the claims they have on the j I II ?! ...:cuid. settle it themselves Ifc ness and convenience o the water, '

h at all acquainted with the French provinces-, report. It surely never was contemplatedby | aro\H'd, and uttriouted: to till: want! uf ixflcc-. I people) to let them still manage: (the affairs of among it ( conjunction harbr, We dem
necessary (1 (
I who ca.mot at the instant state the result of ;i I the Council, or ball\' one rUe in the lion! of an: i i.: co.i.-idcratc: \o'ig! :! men, who I tho people. \\rllihey consent to it ? were< to say any thing, it might 0 thought L of Jefferson County) again to ,the ctizen
r general election!:: within the next Near. ItMould I that; we were not so impartial as \\ e ought to apply to the
Terntorvi1ial this use Was lo be ,made of the rubies ito :a i (Ihig:! v\ithnut kno' i i.g:. uli.it::; he Llgi"lat.c Council of the
expel 'rom the Chambers all middlepartis I Our t'urJ'cncy. he The charges against Col. Downing are, Territory of Flor
1 tt and fend BOll*-and that, too. when I the bills of the J is about. This i i.. shiewd move nil I the part Did: the of the I :, a charter to connect a RAIL
deputies of the two extremes I lor people Territory never rc- to be sure, of a serious nature, and we think: I from St. Marks to Monticelfa. *
into eac'i! other's Rank were at 25; discount. WoahlIt the editor. Ho att-iins: : his object of He. I fled I II Therefore ;
mountain percent : : ( i : the ol'our Florida '
presence a !I : o upon cause irrency' itiig dcs behoove him his friends j. That
iI or to do Reared., the offh
I
and the handnnd) herd have been better cbriuf1 1 virtually that Major Ward i is the no. t 1HImicce j Chairman meet.
c awar party on one a of a not to have appropriated oi I I \ .- ; Si u much wor-e thai; thai: ol al I.tlu'r'I something to prevent their ( fTect on the pub.: mg appoint a committed of three
i : balftimidhalf furious Conservative-son the nth- those bonds the i of the \% |h'LZ party, and he cnpesthe: i ol|I' } I to draft a
to takirg! up protested drafts. [ j jj l"lretul con .try 1 ii: t'e!: l"'HH stviig: alu.J i. he :mrid-toil it rests with them and with memorial to (the Legislative Council
I 't er, bent on a policv of rigour and 13t1nidat: : Lou. and the rospo.sil.lity; : of the Star comiui'ti-'ji:: itsdf i:' I not I I( Charter pra}iog
restoring: credit ol the bank? j : always to establish
: As I heard a deputy observe not hours | i excvpting ; : imt:: .k-chcatcd: State ot I I| us. As to the other matter spoken: of bv, A I i' said Rail Road l Com
< ) '
) J F' many ; We have not heard in "lw se name thc'!his favor, if the CVel's:! friends .culd! inin I I F :Mi]i' :'issippi ? There must be a cause. That Voter j i! pan, and setting frth, (the advantages that
Atz since, "It is not a revolution, arising from i : we have heard a similar rumor-and' : the
Coal Mine, Stock stiit.ds whether it has I tlu:ascendancy. I He I t thinks if I bo !Iidcs his 'Iat I l Icast ill l, 0.lIi Vod. .:. _, I people would derive from .the
,. .
attementc in the streets, that is to be feared or ) or | C .% >' 4. : : ) -- -e-"- -:.i. i \ -. .__," :_ .i..i.:?..i.... ,'.,.I j.. establishment of

Lti but a legal and parliamentary revolution, likely : has not changed. The report i is, that it is all j| ,i head, his body cant he see! ; but: tlie (Coll I Ilds j t; Let the people who can think, think about itt .1 L ostensible author of the article is not the real I |i i .liof; d.That t the citizens of 3IonticelIo(

r4 to produce the vcryanio results." a dead loss to the bank; and! the Territory will ; !I friends are not so dull sighted) .15 all that: t j i suriouslv. and then set loo to get rid of th':1: nne.s to (lie real author having "a very I j I b, to hold similar meetings, and

1 LORD HOLLAND.-The following account have to pay, as there is:: not much likelihood: of I i comes t". 'I hey will understand; ;hat this! i iI i j! eaciirncitui't uc, and cure t the I evils I 'I brings on the I peo- I particular interest" in bringing forward these adopt resolutions, impressing upon the Legislature .

of Lord Holland whose death the bank I '1 : : of the Colonel, hv tin. deputy ::, |' and the importance of th.s measure.
: i ) is mentioned ever paving); it. : : : i pic. __ .. charge:, pulling down Col. Downing: we
Resoltcd
t in the late English papers, is from the London --- -- --- I uf the editor!: of the Star, i is a iintti-r: of ..r.1 j The flIri-iu.outdsniisioiiatOn- -,-- that t know* utling, and have nothing to say, ex- | That the proceedings Of this
Examiner of October 25th St AuuIoHnt'! Hcraltl. J' between j: rner-ting be published in the Floridian
the
and
:- 'ritlllCI.t ) thel\\'u."f I
; \\hi1 hl.j j i i..tobe. that
ce lt) we ICJ\'e that to settled between I | Star
I Death of Lord Holland. It i is We sec I bv a recent number( of Ill(> I Leralt', I' I b m Tallahassee, and Sentinel in
our mourn itor i is t to get t the advantage,! and: the ilcp'itv! i i ii j ;1 r. CLA v's: eclratiol against political I him, 01. Downing, ard: "A Voter." Iu compliance with the Quincv
.c1. < first
fill dUly to record the death of one whom we that General Thomas iV. Itrown has take to do the work bear the ::' resolution, the
i all : 111mI': ; ill the is i f to

c 1 f.;=:1 1lil it have may long be looked permittcd up to us with to say respect it--,with and-af.if:I charge of the ed'tnricil!! ( depaitment% of 1 that:' I i Not content with I cm-l llgal.g" the., ('C"m.1 : 1 :''ifcriltiol cocu( ? I'e proof to coming us, that:dmillilralitJ he thinks the Mr. EUITOU : The last Star'attacks, I I[ following to draft gentlemen the memorial were appointed: Rev. the Wm committee II.

: jjt,)ur.Il. The General is a ulonlcd. : mall', ;>'fur i ad locum think rather too fiercely for the it I Mathers Albert R.
fectionate regard. The benignant, the ac. i deception" :: ti.ilulIti'Ja t, t:< i hopes of Messrs. TYLER, DAVVSOX, '10:1'- position Alexander and Ienlzjpalding.

i; complished Lord Holland is no more; the last Writes well, and I is a good 1> 'lIlOcra1. [1 Ietok ; t tonei's" .:clu..lU; reads; the Col-fi.1s fiiondi.1 i I:, S.e.,-to get the control of the Admi'iis-'! occupies our Delegate, Mr. Downing. I 1 I N Oa motion, the Chairman WM
I
'c and best of the Whigs!! of the old school; the a conp! ::cuouspait in I the late attempted) : out (it f the p.ac of the Whig party, :and i:1Ii.I : -tration I| I nub bend it towards the South!,, are have voted lor the Colonel, hit I shall0t do added to said Committee.

1 long tried friend 'of religious and civil liberty; revolution: in Canada, which w",lS seized urollLy :i I invites that they only "prnfcjss to bo' good 1 !,!; iloointd' to (be thaappohJed.: He I has Inn 1 it il again m.ikes, if ngainst(the Star him.; sub.:u-.tutes: charges Resolved, That the meeting adjour. tomeet

: the champion toleration, and of the Il Democratic j 0: Friday evening; next at 7 o'clocku .
oppre s. our Whigs of Florid:i. either I To maik diMi' ctlv Ins
Whigs.. more lean. ,i |time j jJ. j enough, since the loilalilu: nt I Harris- 'I 1 he charge, so far: as I can nuke it out, is : P. ". SWAI
cd, has closed life which has been Chairman.
r t ment and a bulwark a of the Liberal cause.an orna.IL; as a pretext for disparaging him or as being; I!ling! he italicises to word profess.1 I'I'I j I' [burg, to dud; that out ; uiid us he will have:1 that Mr.l Downing. when sol citing the voles: > ) II. :MATIIEHS, > '

t was one of England's worthies, in the pris. in their opinion: a gaod: and sufficient j ;t cause: ; Xu\ gentlemen, you have got i i'. Mr. i j i |liltle j jt inllue'iee: !: to put his facials into power of* the people, made: certain promises which I E. P. SMITH, J S ecrcta rues.

4 time sense: of the wor i; and a more finished;i why he f'lltuulJ' b; held up to public: repioba t I iRartlill's. ( : deputy hat pdt it too \ "U. You 1 i, |hiproJss' ,ts noes ;"olilt dismissal from cftce" : except; |I Ii I.ho has not fulfilled, aid \\ lich he cho:.;e loi : I, CorisiderahTeexciternent_ __h __ __

of the III EL.; With some, we have: no loubt it Was ; iil! is In g-iod \VLiz- but' l In I i j i I f forget, as soon as he got their \'otcs.n.- as we learn from
I example steady statesman, the urbane a t \I. : o : : ; i rulhgtd\ -aid: of l cuiirsu proved-mscoi-I; ; | the Philadelphia Gazelle, has
t hen is that he in
acltd
charge : with I 1st.: the
;
14} gentleman, and the accomplished scholar, mere pretexl--the. real cause beis-g:! thc tlI"t t :I ,. .'. .d !IS" von? hivvo;i in.ve. J lie I i is i i.:> l'Oil.I 1. ul|.iit. By the e'sd:: of the comi"r" SC-MOII, :Mrj I' j faiiii;, towards the people of Florida, and:; neighborhood of Reckless and pre\'aied streets,

I never existed.Lord : of his selection us Secretary to the Balk:: t--u wih: the cli'lr'! : of the Floiid.t J'irnal' ; (CLAY will L IK: still t I w.triner : matter. I I j m has not used exertions to cause ouruhnissio.i in the district of South wark, for two or three

Holland's: was a fine mind, and a I Committee< of the last Legislature, and Sith>. I ali! if you do !iot mind tiiis vvir.ii..g: as SI'H;I I!: : i ito the proper Union-and, that i in re-ih-: days past. on aCt omit of a young lady having

tL fine mind, in perpetual exercise of the most t i posed by them to have had the principal<< share! : as the latter gi-ls his, \\-liig {,('{d.'T. nb l ont: Tiiu Gioigia; Journal (Whig) proj;)"t csto I I Iy, he dot* not wish it, !less he get the been in a state of unconsciou.-ness: ince Fri.
: healthy kind. It said of him that he il. e,1
was I
was the of the Public Lands
# I.t t proceeds | u.der'1
fou without in drawing up the Report of the Cumin ttc ;. which he i is so a.i\ioa', they w ill have-vou al Ii) g : Terrtlr j ll/iiltd. In facr:, the iltimallul: i il: I day night, as report S3S. lying ia a 'trance
book in his ha-id.
; never a good
.\1 l Clav''s Land Rill from that time until
11t: His understanding was thoroughly mxsculiue:: Others, how ever, no doubt thought that he ',siljdeserved -politically,( we mem, borders! 1111.. r. and apply it to the tlp.iniciit < Star; is : lhat the Delegate i.i contradicJ Monday morning. During
". '' tlio fc>tnto Dibii.Vc! ; tinn tn }li-i) prorni-.cs, li.i boen Sunday the houe was visited bv. hundreds of
r his tastc of a'delicacy perhaps approaching I to: I condemnation: on the s-ime:: grounds/ 1 lt ieu.1 QIJIers.: ut curious
i I & have expected this from a S utheni *tl) our itdtnUsioa: ; into (the IT Ililn. persons t to witn.ss a scene of such a
I a f&ult. Hiopinions! he maintained 1 earnesttl: i i 'it thev would! lit: ve 'rmJm'ltl: : tllD.t-.. I 'Z'lMr : .c1)tti.4.: c.l ly novel character.
ly and energetically, but wiih a rare, a beau I. !I\"dilO!! tile jtiiiriial'' ; Lit this rave.to'is! thirst to get iaiinc- Tucs-", :Mr. EJitor.rti! ; very grave charges.I I seems the young lady
II tt I >:*, K-K-t-ii'sk: !i'S 1:11: Lif.vtv: -( of t II!,I'' \\'lalhlb.col': tiful candor. I I'I : t tu ktiuvv something! religion, and from(
Lj Nothing was prescribed<< wit: : j. : es-io.i of l Ilfr
: him. As of old,the meanest vtvtirr. ,- : i.L'\'vlItin.!; who ::--J! !I i j.i (fii. :::; us :Jr.i.n t the I I( ,'tll people' l I&t: t 1.II.i.I':; the fI'I'I"! :,:, h\tlio.IJIiik t: le; po' moiiey: seems to 1,1'1 i tie alnut (them before; I vote. I have no idea of.1,1" j sonic. cause or other, fell from that s'ate of

t, to_be received hospitably, lest angels; : !"!iou'lS 'I lik raILIlt: :" rH..j;: 1IIh.! ; I: p.ntv tint I lie -\chu: gt-. wotil'le I eves II I"lllei'w":1! :: : ;us i if! d-'t-s th.irv! of'* vl. iii ihe lark; a-.d: I lo oat: I like e.thor. t mi:id( \\ loch :an enjoyment of religion; : ilflrds.:

,., N'-t'il-4', t, .ict: moro: stro, the I down u'ld 1 rolheis u..d; {'ickpocke-; : to tlte cit. ,.j'iiice v I!e with'i'ii: good j I K: -cc.tIy: her heart became seriously
;, ; be turned away; so Lord Holland seeim-d I t'') I igly; cm' ;, n i 'to fi : 10 In'r rout: Jjir Union a C./u.o, .ig.t.j.-t.! : inn: t I'>r 0" ,

have a hearing for every argument:; lest a tr:it Irtv--f i (In- psfjuil'iViiigd! :' of th" pr '- I l hills: ? Af. they: filr :.le", or will tho: paity of i their acts. \ti.m I\.Ild o..ce-o. to v ot.- tr: o..e ;i i igi: .st ;::Hllc( : hole week prior to the Friday! evening .

truth should be shut out from hs: mid.The : 1 seit: day H: Florida, su.d.: those of the past.The t t. s.iv: thl'1 i never: I hivrd: ; rv: il.i'g: i.hlllt: j If[ the Ir'Houl. of the Puhhc L'inds are wh
charm of his conversation\ will never 1 : latter honorid the men who lent their 1 'I 1 hey r.iy: I"e l f. rg itl<.n bv 1Url tlie, i ipronuW.s thus ciertlll! frlll: t the! us- of tie: GCleral jo'ir.i.il: r lie organ lie! parI: I should! : i the l hope gaherself; of : up to devotional: duties, in

I be forgotten by those who have: enjoyed i it. aid free G.ivt: r.un-Ml: b Ih.llllf! the! Slater: it like! >:n know; uli.it grounds there are 'l.>r I regaining her former peaceful
I to them from : sar.ih' ;
rule. Our
foreign tho l of
I h heads of party--at: I.a.t; t, they: 11.try I tolorgLllLem ICl making such state t mind.:
charges 0:1 the of the Star.
His mind full of anecdote which part
Always introduced was with the most, felicitinusopposilenvss was : F."rilhrhig. d coon:tcc the man: who u.iitest. I l. ; Lit: the l'clle! an* nut g"i': .glo I l; creates! a ddi'il'IC'\! ill the revenue! to tint:. 1 prev.ime: Mr.I E.litor, } ou must klWI: ': Oil Friday evening she professed to have .

: and exquisitely narrated. Indeed ; I{: wii'-j:: the people of (''aitada; : in: freeing him.llf: I ur.t llu-ni. Tin :Y ca:.!. fall: t to si'e, (and> 1 i :1/I'I.t:t, which must Le provided! I tor l>v ads'' < 1flttl1i&lY about[ the mater. and if you do, 'II I I f found: comfort, and from that time ur.til Mon.

his memory seemed to have a f luc(: f fur I sit'd them: from a 1 torcig.i; I ard: oppressive nile.liail twyil I fed it tO".J) I the! di<>! ipt:Uu. tat U IC (tf dilioiiil; : taxes. This i is inevitable.: ,\1:1: WIt i ,: wish! von t uonlJ tell us \h.lt.vu. think about day morning continued to lie in a state of stupor .

every anecdote that was laid up in it. ]N.\\ t tt these promises.) Ai.d: will i they tru.-t t tbul 'the South advocate so suicidal a policv a i. it, :and J what arc the grounds 01: which such but occasionally making some excama.'
i 1roi
lion
Lord Holland had lived with all the most! A fiicnd VL.ihIIItOfl.&t again 1 t lhi,? These laves will, of coun-e, be raised s.rill1 charges: : are brought ag-irst:: one, w ho nidicativeofa communion with unearth.
ftoin
'It .t distinguished eminent men of the last t l \Vashi:' : t -- 1 by .in increase: ;: of duty on the imports, thus i has eijoved:: tne confidence of the people. ,Iy objects. The case has excited much cuj .

) I tvt his of tho leu. : 1:11:i rison has positively declared, that The Star ers ufionuly !! '' 1 shal not say thing: about the j' ri otis conversati: and various and curious
forty years; ; knowledge greatest't, tc-s the frionds: : 1 1of hurlhening( ; : unequally! the iadustry of'tit c any report 1
the the no motals: will be IIt.lJC..l Washington: : ., that article in the Svnr, in which the s peculati-ins in the minds of those who have
t most the :
; : eloquent, most witty, of mostlearned 0:1: ( ol. 1)tivni'g tha: they profess to I be :South. Tiio N-irlh Will, of accede been
: had not indisposed, : ,; him (to appreciatemerits the oflicers of (;O\er.tflflt: except the Cabi.l \\' ." T.ikecaro CHurst t" charge! against Col. Downing i is mido, is not eye and ear witnesses to the aflair.1.SEFL'L .
: : ThSlar/ i it. .
Ilg gr.lh'llt'j i;I Thev will
and talents of less I I lhi livs, ** n'r.gladly get rill of tH: ,) written by the man who has :
a great order. II linet.: 1: fl..t:; 4:11: his bark: niaiM: : of>u young tcmp I. RECIIT.-I send
friend of merit wheitver it could: I be will -/.l haveoti 4 (u.ilo; was a ) lice se ker. Poor fellixvs\ t1 Jr. ('I.i\" 1 basCi :i | ls paper! pro tdit.rTi receiprtfor t making;
(
: found, and knew how to valuo it, and to encourage '. [ U1C out .Co'onel: ) t t') be Loc'tVco! ; ;\nl: tllel: tho !iUlllax (ill imports, I for the benetit of their duction of OW who has a great and very particular which will render wood 'omps.til
decidedly ii;Igaia: -t riiuovafor: I;
it in tin its degrees. I 1 11)iUtOJt4 VelHlt\ wo-il tltHl11! \. i:1:: a pair of i i llLntitcLi: ; ring interest.::( They tt r. interest in pulliiig: down Cot Down hustible- It is
(] : sake. TIt! olflce wil go very simply and
: : seekers prepared,
: : have then "
None never enjoyed life than Lord I : lo'igs.: : And what will Lecomofouthfii? ing. I shall say nothing about that, because
.t more '' i! I m i ther.!: Let the South other quite easy of application
: to look for 'lo their i propose any Iranclufl I bemogused the same
I fm'wl'I'L..h'r kiiow
help :lIIdhi not if the tact be
Holland, or cnj'ivcd it more intollc dually; i l)u\\:i upon jour knees-co-.fes*- ,vour) mini-:m ( ti.e puhhc:!: revenue: to be diverted from the as reported. 1 musl; as paint with an ordinary brush. A good
p and r i' frif lids: to provide, tiiern: with births. The'. I I' say, however, that I do Hut thn.k lhat
none: ever was more con'.ribulary to tin-) : t; : -vow to the ) ad the: coat of it applied to the
feidty fjlr: ::: i.bei i ticace IJSCMIthe: General; : Government: :: to that of the floor under stoves
1
enjoyment of others. lie possessed< the sun.:! ; SoulhernVhig mi"t: Iwrid: t the knee to I the' d voung man. I liiuing': charge of the paper, did would be au excellent
the Star and
1 shine of the breast! and no one could( approach I Northern I I;tI'ttrtl Coiivcntioiusts! :; to : vu may still: be i permi'.tcd Slate*, mid the North w ill agree 10.it. The de. write the article. I am almost sure of it; but Take a quantity of precaution.
I
him without feeling its genial influence. I A Ll'ahus and prominent to call ytiiirtlfVIiig.: :. ficiency:, must Le made up by additional tax i- I am not so sure the reported author is the t the surface of wood water. proportioned to
ob&ervcd -
Whig -- -- wish
,. The Globe truly says : "The hteraiy r- \ the other day iu :oCYurk to frieiul! awl olHlil; \ew.I 't.IUI I i impoils. This-:, AVith (the North, would !I|' real author. He may bo, and he may not b i. and add to i' as much you potash may as to be cover dissolved ,
our ; : I It i is can
? ties at Holland house will long hQ r'mcmLcr.1 'l bu sine doubtful l at least, and I
I lie ncherli a HO/I. additional thef.fore !: (therein.
"After S.l'amwl joiirnaN' > e as "s-ome. qua Every tax ihal When the will dissolve
;: correspondent) : the 4th of March : I make water
: J next other
j no
4 cd those fortunate it I
to comment the
.
I. :3'' them by, as the most remarkable enough: participate re-unions Oj(; i j our party is scattered to ihe w'inds.Vdl l j' 'tiling: new, that I a Magician'1 and an "I Inj act' .fts a l 1.1)ltto their manufacturin": : inteit that if lie is the author on he ought report to, n I I no more potash, stir into the solution, 1st, a

: ''i ; 'di.:.rubber l bo\ Live: to 'rest, and they thea get a fair share of the I i ilailt Cote quantity of"flour paste of the of
'l.ctiltem j route town to e\Itihi t tax i f forward< show
) L: taste, art, literature, science, and fashion, of, scat'er. I j'I 'I ant 0:1: what ground the charge I j common consisenc
I i. the present day." I'I! :Mr. Clay is quite morose: atd: grumlIinissatified rf"t; Neither I the I Georgian our lie I !I.RepnLhcau: iinderstaiid i, 'l I is n'ade. A VOTER.t l of painter's size ; 2d, a quantity
.____ r pure clay to render it of the
% 0.1 The 1\hrning\! Post, too, says truly atid'! d with somethiiig or other, and "\\lii I the hutnoiir of tin II.iLfr. I js i apolitical 1 To us, this advocacy of :\Ir. Clay's Land Florida illS. of cream. consistency

l I beautifully of Lord Holland's private Iii 4taketo i|I part in the (.mn'ltilJof\ Harrisons: i iI !., :11'. The" Magician": 'represent'I Bl I, by Southern i men, is perfectly inexplicable ; The St. Augutine Herald, notice I I! When the clay i is well mixed apply the
taking
"They who had the pleasure of his private I Ir. Van Ruren a.d i: the I 'l them to honest t in their i preparation
I will feel! that they have :lost. J comparison :
acquaintance, : one -
I D.iw oiof ; : Is Ginoral: : : ud hid \\ wel Southern interests. No Ii- 1 j it will secure from the action of both fire and
> ::, Ceorgia: is said to have! writ I rcprcsu llr'i.ol : v('rv c tween the New York
:.f who adorned social life with more than common cspinditnre l for her
; t abilities and information; who gave ,to- : ten to Webster! asking him if he intends to.( .!\'(laslic, feteMlg principles' Vt rily: "II I II. red ag nt of( the Northern manufacturer, I j canal, and our Florida Loans. i ram. In a most violent!:: fire, woo thus saturated .

I* t literature and literary men the honor and ')(ffer hisferviresto.. Cleii. Harrison I 1 h: 1 forming|| :'jdia i rubber",! is i their very Lest possihlf n-pto. could aid them more eilcctually, than does "Some six or eight millions of I dollars says : |j blaze.i may b carbonated, wil never

T consideration which their duo and 110! I his i Cabinet and 'selltal iJ.) this Souther.j journal.Th were:
: are ; wrt i ; t that if he doeshc tnt ti -I! ( Whig borrowed by New York, payable! in th desirable, no.more colour!

4 imparted to the ordinary coldness of the B ril.'' ;,: keq i-i mind that the South is propeilv 1 I I Tie Wnigs of course must pnJro-ii! tho'!' >- Hon. JOhN C. CALIMUX was re. 1S45. Prudent men trembled. They.feared ye ir. b given to the preparation agreeable by adding a small cane '

: of ish aristocratical temper a glow of fervor and'' I;( p resented. This is the more likely (to be true, :,! India.rlJbr lad," mil (tic Jcl: m\y to the U. S Senate I by it would never b paid ; but contrary to :. quantity of red or yellow ochre.i .
which warmed .
y i; sympathy the,social circle." while it enlightened Ii'' as.!Mr.' Dawson has declared all along that.f{i to "Magician.:\ ." .. the legislature' of South t I t Carolina.I: ; : t their expectations, the profits of the works]: i! -- -
\'el j DEITI OF OCE.-The
produced fund sea wag
; This is eloquent, generous and just, and) Harrison's administration would be a South. :I The Florida Jcmflal ami! its ll'/ti" Leadrc \, done, South Carolina I IJ 183i;)-len a years sufficient before it to pay due.the loan m recently, sounded TiE by lead and line, in latitude

we feel grateful to the hand that traced so : rru States Rights one. \\'e shall ECO. Mr. I er.-Can any one tell ) II.eV1 iig; I The lion. JohN M. DERBICX has been:; What next ? Why-the was world j I 117'r ; deg. south, and 83 dejf. 7m. west
lSJo
merited and so beautiful a tribute. j Webster is not going to let the General slip 'I' leader is, that the editor the Fl',ridi; Jour. el-cted to the Senate of the United! Stateifrom Because (the outlay of a moderate went mad.:of j t from Paris, by the officers of the long.tude

Lord Holland was a wit without a particle: |' out of his hands, when he has once bagged; ;! nab has ia: his eye, and whom he toelevate (:eorgla. mOl! ey enabled New York to the sum d.'" j ship Venus, during her voyage of discovery,
: of ill nature, and a man of learning without' proposes grasp n ,at a depth of 3470
: a \
h him. The election for U that God yards or 2|
i the rank and S. Senators in vantages and nature almost owen
to of Tartan the provided
; power a an : |
taint of His of bollom
found.
pedantry. apprehension
I was The
I weather
anything --- made
legislature of North ready to their hands other r was very
: good was unfailing; nothing worth o b. j How did it happen, that when the vote I Cham I'e take it for granted :that he hasi Carolina: in the place' of about internal improvement, states set't t serene, and it is said that hauing: in the leadtook
where :
ft and him. .i fixed on some o-ie:: whom ho thinks Brown and Strange resigned, resulted in Godnd' six
serving remembering ever escaped came lo be taken in the Senate of the United I qualified the i nature were against them. sailors upwards of two hours.i'i .-

As a speaker, the Chronicle has drawn I a Stale*. on Mr. Renton'a resolution ; : for the station, and to whom: h' i is ready to choice of the Hon. WILLIK P. MA.NUUM, and Resides the States of New York j[ ]I another place in the Pacific Ocean, no bot.

t'' t perfect port rait of him : "His ideas seemed to Assumption of the S.ate Debt.that ngainst:: the I 'swear feally. \Ve also uike: il for granted :Mr.\ GsAHAM.late Speaker of the H. Of Rep.I I its borrowed money prudently-other expended stat:: j: torn was found at the depth of 4140'van's.s' .

r .struggle for utterance; and the first impression every of (that Slate.In 1 have -
j Whig, except ones fled (the II all. ..ifmthe is some one not very tin friendly (to THROWN IT WAV. The United States Bank has concluded (to
t' of hearer that of the effort which They !
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was at
a pain I ? .i Waid. We ask ( Alabama, the Hon. W What is the result 1 resume the
1' he witnessed. Out every feeling ofthis kind 1 I talked against the resolutions very fiercely,1'j Major merely .for curbs it\ M. R. KING has The union has payment of its notes, provided it
sake. been re elected to the Senate of become indebted for the can bonow in the Easterncities
the money enough
I was soon lost in the contagious warmth of i.he'but avoiding very carefully not to (commit' United um of near two hundred
millions of :-"Patrick
; speaker, to whom no one could listen m. I themselves any way, either in [ I Is ; States. and we have little dollar sure I have come to pay
u'ororgain't. to
j | i true that the I new cuiitvr1s;. to, Whigism show for it, except newspaper you the bit of three dollars that I am after
moved. His whole heart in ElliCiIICMS of Bank
appeared !
everything :. the assumption. They showed more tact and ': are to be disfranchised that is Statements. paragraphs i..forming. that 1.1 'OWIng 'ou-if "
I that fell from him and he al. : they are to Some of Ihe annual our CrC: you will lend me the five
appeared it
statements made loir
in uncommitted : I bv getting the Jew
among
ingenuity keeping than: thrvj! be to call brckers. j
t ways full of his subject, and never to bo oc I'did else the I permitted themselves Whigs toc the Banks am not very well calculated: to How stand we in Florida ? frsTThe Great .Match race between the
in give
thing during whole for the
any ses.jn.j6ion. vote candidates of
with himself. His ardor and the .
.cupied generous I par-Io cli the good people of the Why,-a TERRITORY with celebrated horses Boston and Gano, came off

,l ', overflow of soul left tio one listlest for a Their leader, upon an intimation be. tWlcer fur them-lo spend their money for I rate; idea of their slate& country and i very ace itf. w HATEVKH, along whose roads a man yo: VOICE' ;at t Augusta on Monda.laA. The result, a

4 gle minute; and while it often happens to ing given that hu was friendly to (he assum ). them-to ride about the country to make condition. We ride, H safety, two miles without cannot j endorsed on, the way bill of the Western
have before an
,t much more finished orators than Lord Hoi.I][ lion, rose in his seat and declared that he had I speeches to aid the cause ; but they( are to us, one from the Rank of the a'id where with difficulty enough to escort; stnge, handed in by a friend last evening, I
btsyot
'it: land; that the dose of their speeches ii eagerly said nothing to justify the inference: that lien get none of tho spoils"-not State of Kentucky. Amongst its liabilities, breakfasts and -hus issued Territo. ; :as t follows :
u
14 welcomed, DO one ever wished his Lordship : single s ) it has an item thus : rial Bonds for three 1st heat Boston 1
millions ,
favor of And then of fat nine
was assumption. on out the t pan. is to Till to iheir'share. hundred .
t sit down. Such diflereuee thu.'and
: to u between Sundries, s dollar Gano, C
another intimation that he was opposed to it, We were to 8413,821 .
i given understand
rhetorician and
the the man who p.I a much the It has an offset however What havoc got for all! these 2d heat-Boston, 1
'r pearl to speak from the fulness of his heart.: : he again arose, and with like earnestness de. other day by a very good Whig, who thinks resources, thus:: among its THREE BROKEN BANKS BONDS. Gao, withdrawn.

1r His fin countenance; on which dared, that he had said nothing to that' he ought to have -nothing
was alwsytAB warrantthat something say in this I Sundries, 347,910'' worse. Time, 7 m. 47 aec.-Saranxah ReW

: Was to'/!.e rcootii, emotions by which! ( infereoct either. In other words) he matter. Poor follow How aatisfactojy l The fearful deb of New York-that i c A __ __ i

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t the debt feared 8 much a the time would 1 b.., ( r Th trang ft "thing w the wo HGtorgis -'

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sbington torrespondent UfABINE LST-'ST. .AR NOTICE.. T 1ft11I11C1r fA
: that there GENERAL MEETING .r the StockHoldera WB""B..t&a.-I)1r& -
( ) aDY' ] A Subscriber i. desirous of rwttio* tb. ,. .
af. I 1r.: It I. Ion, l.DE' sJA of the Uni. Bank oCFlurW. wall be held at THE oat [xo SOTCXU v.&c.&TloIt.1 ;

extra session Congress soon ARRIVED their Banking House, in the' City .( Tallahassee and Nejrroe belonging to the 2.
u all Estate of exercise of this .
Edmund Brook deceased Feminary will be momod
Vast lying i ia
IIIIt I of March) ; and that then the Whigs D ec. 14-Scl.r. Litchficld, MIO from.,Beiton.I On thefo'gt Monday ta February next, Jefferson County, tor the next year, ((1841.)- THE the lit Monday in Januarj, 1841. 3cholasticyctr ..

'III' their hands"-that is, they will wil indin to rundries. to appoint Directors for the ensuing year, and for Terms will be made known upon application to 4 divided inUi two Mxaioua of Crt nwoih
lor other' purpose HY. L. RUTGERS M each. -
euoirs.
Thompson b Tallabasnee
Hagner
to
I or
lcsee what are theii principles, CLEARED Drcl 11, 1840. 20 2am Ass'l Cashier. the
lbe G. Blythei subscriber at Wirlland, Jefferson County. TERMS. PER SESSION : ,
prof Dec. IISchr.
..bnt 1 i to be their policy. This is a i for Tacispa H.y. "Ith JII&.lbelh.tUtCL LiqUORS: ELLEN W.VASS, Orthography, Reading Writing and Arithmetic JffAcEg.E'5-; :

cOllfcssiAn: that hitherto Ihea principj D ec. I2SLr. CbOLL&V. G D. .,.r..I.lor r Pen. 5O barrels Whukcy, dt'8 Administratrix of E. B. Vasr,deceased. f 14.00 I AUCTIONEERAND -

;11 i&I1j., 20 Gin. 5 19 if The above, with English Grammar,Parsing ,

: their policy, have been kept in the t acull I et,'.il%j6Irig lal\, I..T. S-nilh I, jr., fluI 20" Old Rye Whtou-j, I Ancient and Modern Geography, Ancient COMMISSION MERCHANT. '

and left for the people' to guess at it, for Blllotln, II..1 Ii 47 ., I hides. 5 llr JO" Old Teach Brandy. NOTICE.I and Modern lltsturj, 20.00 p

WiliitIelt C. I qr (1PI 1. 01''. Loxelo III\ZC. 20 1 pipes Holland Gin, HEREBY notify ill per,ens, that the firm of The above with Natural, Mrnla1. and Mora SALE DA TO-Wtdedy if Schmbyt-
bUt those in tho secret. 1* PKNGLF.R LYMAN is this : Philosophy, Logic
Vessels in Port, Dec. 16: 20 }1" French Brandy day dirsolred ; RheloricChymi, for BJre. 4
[ fl questions to b discussed, says the cor Received by recent arrival from Baltimore, will'I and that I will not be recponsible for any transac. I Botany Mythology, ebra.Geornjtry. Kecroes ."
1 Tcrumscli. H. Rip'.ey! ; lion* made the said in I Astronomy, Use of Globe. 25-00 I UTILIhsblredlo tbebigbisIlid. sSyT
the Nalional I Ship be sold! low, to ClOse tho consignment at private( by LTMAN the name of the &., &.c.., I
will a Mi-
ent, b chartering firm. Latin and Greek 25-00 t I Jrt of January a eiI, aI" LibJl
Acton, Burroughs, (or New York ; .!e. E W DORSF.Y. A. SPENGLER. l, II :.,
the modifying tke Tariff; and .Mr. flrig Sujquelminah: J. Bancroftdischarging : no 28 Tallahassee. Dec. 51840. 19 I'( French 2i-00 I groe*, for Ute etMainr 1Mr. ;

.,'Land giving the proceeds of the Georgia, Lewis, for N. York J Segprs NOTICE. I Music-Piano and Gui'ar, each, [three I.. LJ.BACKLEYAuc'r.Ded.18. .
Bn I sons per week.] 30.00 I _
SyUeslcr -I"
',lands to the States, to pay the interest t Tuscan Wihng)&, Morrcll, for New York ; JL"S %dlttflktflldlk 9y 99 20.000 Kejralia Caucooe Sigar, do LOST or taken from the, store of the lato Crm 11 j Use of Instruments, 5.0-)I Family Or 1
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eir foreign loans; in other I ,ors, to 8. Cumberland. Shinn for New York ; ti ec'cI by Schr James Fikhcr, will be sold low atp.iveialc. M A STF R' k LTMAN, sundry QUARTER- i OrnamLntal Drawing & Painting in water or oil colors, IC.fO I Store for Sale a eiioica rlction of Groeenc; 1n
CERTIFICATESamonnling
int.1I 1 Tripling, 16 00 I1
the State debts to that amount Billow'Marks, Lawreacc., Williams N., York do; EWDOP.SEY.in. to about S5OOO. One of the said Ccrtilicales i is I,t! Wax Fruit and Flowers.per per course course 12.00 I (or Family use, J'U..lll"' -rived (rim ltinwrp.. j.
28 .
would seem, Ib:1 the party: have arrivedCOUClUSIQfl llallowrll Smith, discharging'Vir.Exile made payable lo Kennedy Rouse ; another to AI.lIIali I t Embroidery in Silk and Cheneille, Wonlid lLJ.HCKl.EY.tc'r.Drc2& :;

although IllS unconsti. Bale Rope. Ali : and the test are made payable! to the Idle Mats, Ottoman, & ., per course, Ii.00 I .-_.___._ _____ H ;
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I pavmelt of these debts I LI clihljd, -, discharging ; I 2 pirccK ieRope! lot sale by firm of Spengler tf Lyman Tat laln.issee. | Board. including bedding and lights, 75.00 I 'Irs. Hodgson's Fcninie Seminary. : :..
MIIYo,
:
discharging All
% \ ; EDWIN W DOP.SEY, ptrnc are hereby warned against purchas- Laundress, 7.50 h be in Tal'ahnwe. llm
oi.rned oa hurst
.nl iMnTopenV to them I Vat Burcn iialfvuck! ii'
and agree. pay di 1.00 I ( in Dcc in tine lower
niler.
: story
:.L to do it indirectly byP T. R. fiction, uiactcr discharging; I Dec 5, IR-10 19
I t co.constitutional! Black Warrior, Kelly mullet. A. PENGLER.Li Absence, at any time, but particularly at the of the l lJl.ilin"! occupird; oy the Moronic i.odZC'

t'n, ('rlail nvmies to pay the I mter.pr.pn.ltd Olive, Wood, lightering; 5O BarnU Mulliil received on consignment t Of-LCIlf'i's be.-innni, or close of uxesMonretardllic, lIng:;,* Mrs IIo,l!*on < ii;agen to las at?; I1:\ hraa h u

r I ; And it is to a party, with Clementina, Parker ; and for sale by E W DORSEY. Remaining in the Poi-l-OlEce ol Tallahassee! I!. of the pupils. It is very imperial.: UierefVe, that 'u thy roqu.red in a iijcral English cdnrali'-n

tl I India rubber conscience as 111", that Victoria: U krr, fur Ajmlacliicola) ; no 8 : the 1st day of December 18-10. I', (the t pupils should be present at the beginning- a n.I hopi I'yllt't nerti n in I. c |*r.'ui"tiori of her _

e b 1: Ie have been deceived into yieldingtot ) Ja". Fisher Win. Smith, discharging ; Warrior 'ine. nol taken out wi..hill three month, they will be'j: a t41'iiSllfl, and continue to ihe end. p'Jr.iIS in then several I studies lf. rerder time' in ,titiJ.

"III] subscriber sent to the In addition to the Subscriber. and his I h Ilona'otthyll.e' ;pal'onsgo 0: ths p-iblic.
"dy
; So.: iji Manner., T. I."tllam ; ] having been appointed ag-n Geneial Potl-Oln'T) as dead letter"
'f (
\r i"ns OH'rlmclt three experienced Teacher f-r Mrs. Uodg-nn w ill: be akirted her noce, Mis .
Mar, J. Burrows. for the celebrated lioce of Aranjo Ai tnaos, oft Adams Rev Wesley Johnson. are engaged tin by
tln" lal, Balk And vet Mr. Riven -. -_.- -.- -- ., -- .- | Aladaria, is now prepared to rccme orders I fo 41 A dan). Rennet Kendon W James& Literary and. Ornamental Department. Miss JOHNSON M. IIAms. who' can produce ?.at>fic ory rcicrenc*

thc' State( of Virginia, p.echlfy.ftD FOR RosTo I \Vine liom tin: Isl ind, of superior 4JualllI ,. ArC'hf'r01 A Kin," James II who !lias musl acceptably performed the dull* bolh'as a Mu.i'* anti Lilerary Tv.iiluT. :

trough National declaring that I TIle WIIMknown. in Middle Florida I Brn.p y of In r Department during the two past year, will I A compel- A<*i.ta"l bas alto been engaged fore
Balk : as iho Mrs E A Killmer
t Ti.c Uri SI'. I.-\I HK{ :, Williams: Elias continue the CI..i"/I.
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: ** in name for ihe .' Ih required.Th .
xl
I bank A | WARRIOII brand!, was recta ced fromhis house 1 l.alch: A n< year.
to a and
ifl." Harrison was oppose .1.1tihe will bjil for thraliuVA port vn or ul>oul | ami. t i is a tat: j Lt.nebnnrerJohn C Missei' .\. M. &. E. S. GORDON,from Lyn.-hbarg.! he Schola>iic'I err.i will coji o eight raonth
jiuaianlUc a mosl I Harrington
artiric j
i sujicrior A 2
LOlli
intend Perry G H
did to charter the 22J inMniit ) :her :
not huvui
one.
I t} Whigs I : rargo I will Le received when ordi-ied. j IJXI'dllJir. Va. cOllie highly recommended for their library: divided into two Sessions; of four months each.
\ Rites has the promise of the J support; partly; tu'gcJ.' Tor frlllt'r: parl.culars! t-iiTii: I.DWIN: W. Mil!! r Gent S and moral! qualifications, and have been practical A vacilion lo take place! at the close: of the second
ur. DORSEY. I BoeHj.uer Ad
tnd ; I \I 1oi lfi-ou Daniel
of the C'jiitain on board, or loliETTON teachers ill llic various branches of c&lucaiunl1t.o'el11t'lIliuncd session.
1'ahlalnaiii'e
Xov W. 1*40. 1 Brown '
: & Fl.-HCR.! 1I Fd I'KIIII"'V )Jr
J I for some Uaje: !!. TERMSPER SESSION :
Wetbt not, that) Mr. Rives was decciv.the Dec. 19 21 It FOR UI l\'I'. I Hannerman J W Mas I >n John; R. Til's I Ia
Dipariinif.it ill furnished with
1 Banniiitnn ampU Maps I, Orthography mil Reading. '1000
peopte-deed'* ing them wilfully and I FOR IIAITJJnOUC.TIMI O N the 1ft of January next, a small Dwellini.. I 1I Bryan Y ri Munlev M'Keer I Iliroin !I j Globes well.loned I'mirM, GUitar., &c. Tho dis-. The above! -.-.nr- Writing .nd Arithmetic, 1200 :

.inglY.. I for ,hc must have known better.ft House Kitchen and Garden. Apply to C Alexander i ciphne of the t-thool is mild aid !pariut.il ; but im1 Thn a..vc.11th English! Grtir.th1ar. Geography
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Schr. T. R. BKTl'O.V: Davis, anton \1.Itilt.II
>mention it, hOwever. as a striking exam. having a largo portion of hci cargo I i Dec 12,-18-10._ 20___3t__ __ WAJ.___ WILSON._ __) ,' Crowed! Dr R II Mattox Hiimplom 1!: II 2 i t 1 h us plait tIne ohcd.iPiice bet: mluresls required of tie; !ro..i: all!, lu Mich rules. Ancient ami M-den Hirftor7" p,
pupils make It I :
nWhlgism.. ell 1 will have quick deFI'3Lih.- j NEGROES AT AUCTION ;jC'cvehnd' Mrs S C NO-IMIC Mr necessary $<* 113.00
,,0fthe lrinrillrs clIg. j! J l jcrca. t Very veIl Lrt F'Jr Freight or Passage, having good accomodalions i O N tilt .Slat I day December at the plantation Cromarlie J !Inn 1'otvcis \V 2i leathers, are treated a. members of the family! C," Plii'osoiihyAstron iuon Kneiorir Logic .
; Botany. ,
o wll -ot fro.nthrir good :I apply!! lo ill Master on board or Sam. Reid:, I on Lake Jacknon, I will offer for sale I in the i i Carter IVojry Parsons John I i and their morals! manners &c., are alt-nded to as I omy md npo Mathematic 25M')
*11:111,811111 j Chemislry, ,
.I Po t Leon, or to U. C. WILSON, hi ghest bidder, about 2/5 Cook Mrs El'zabeth' Parkhu.M :
Likely IVfJirOf George s !. will be .
I .uclI'upil.
tlif N"rthfJUi big. AlHilitiouistsntiM :, nceive'l at any season, and Music Piano and'Guitar, (either.) 30. 'f a
'.tend i jcc) |y J 21 21 Tal-ahai-m'c.I I consisting of tiomc house St.-n..b id Cartrr Mrs Illizi IMl.im! Julio C
___ __ __._ a U'> man charged from tIne tune of bul
Il t ; ground 1 to t 1.1. Collins I eutr-me ; no ileduc: do Use of instruments I ia adilitu, 4-W
JS(" i" C-juk. and Bla John B '
'k.initli
nid: \ II. LI O SlJPEUHH: t.OliU'I' : a < a ronjh C'jrpent, and Ranflo'ph B i lion will be n.'adr for their! leaving the scl.ool Lei :- : Draninjj and Paiulin* da bOONti.dk.w..rk
Siulluerhi Wll ." 'ill "'.t' llollli"ff 1 but wlial I tin') rc"l C"i'd field hands. At llic haino I tune nnd 1 | j Hellen11I II Reed Mrs F.milyL : ; i fore the end of the session. "
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.TJ'OTIC'n: Tiial order of plain. di> O-UN
is hereby by an l !
: J L
given Doinilly
REId
If iho( : System. is i (plalcll. had of I IIURSnS and MULF.S: thirty L Gov R R 41 I R.
deseTt PrulccJ'C 1/f L. EDMONDS.: ,\. M. 7.00
Embroidery do
:
lUi.cn
Iey I icion.: I ALKKCU Judge of the Midilf Demilly J Mrs Eliz.i 2 Rider! ,
t o.- f-.rty head of CATTLF.: and HOGS jro/d Wm
pc.1e.tn them, .it.will.._ .be..a .fit.. .relriliutidii.. .,u.l I I I i,, :.': vuu.IJliotr.t I in:i v 01 i.!a i.eery J'1'.ltlcl.I j !ouiueuiiU i..n adjournedlirm ot ,.r cat-c.;o!'%..ti-l id I j i ,.....'.? *. _. &'-_...;.,, Ui-.._;'.., c.O> lu-lirl a Corn f';; 1 Dawscy Tcos B South Pa'rick Quincy, Doc.- 12. 20 Principal. t \. B-Puymenls lo be made at th'? e:)-: of tk.

I they helped' to bring it oa.: i 1 fir In-tl ihiTL-al! wnl In- held: It the ( ,nrt-Ilo in I j i' 1 ji I'od.'er, &c. I ui'i:: also oil r, at 1"1\ III.- sale: llic I 'Parish Joliu 'j Suples Wm QUINCY 5iALE SCHOOL. s es'ion.Pro1.crtiorate. -g
i j mad f -
FLAXTATIi t N deduction will be those
tl the j, T.il!! In place increasing why not --. If 1I..t .I.I Exercise in ihij I who enter after the coniinencrRienl 1.1" Ihu session,
Tarf H Iii-l'oc
;ii"t., arrordiug! lo 14 W. "I : the day of sal.-: It will', | 'Fleleher Dr Lionel Siiddoljih MrI 'I'HE Seminary will Im- !
LiiaiiJi: the expenses? Why not introduce I fly rdcr of the Judge, I he oti ted for rei.l t lo f: tonfuingjrar., I t GriHiii Rev N II Spear Mrs J .: i.n tine l
I die rfons, so much talked about before the R. (;. WELLFOIID I CAR.il.lXE U. WFrilllRS! : I!
I that all Dated Ex'x.of H C. Withi-ifc, UCl.J. : Garisdcn Col Jamf and Ulafsio, will Lc IjUnt.Aicomnniudoin.it !!I.
jtciwn? Or is forgotten now 7Whig I iCili DecrRiLcr. lt.W. Clcrk. Haps Wm Medicine am! La'tistay.A .
.. ___ Fire. 12.
1810. '
-- -- --- : I J2) totduliublralor's (;inifith laj JV 1'11"10 : are provided rtwen'y young .
.
___ 11"\{ C .OPER D.\YTOler.deu his sur-
; Promises.Great FOUND, I (.raiia-,. genlleienus hoarders. I
j Lc-wn Talorl.lj Joha I .II..JI vices tw the citizens! of Tliahtt PHYJ .
"fe 1.11
the 13th the Au- Sale. j i I I Cards of 1 term*, and other particulars: be hun. '
the Sunday St.
things are expected by people O-i insUnl on I Humphreys 1 Sauh Thomas It-ham can vaj'jilymgto ICIA ", :SURGF.ONt BURGEON DEIO 1ST. .
j
: 'TlLI L be sold .
Jjumthe wbigs. TJicy ,vere to do wonders, t| road, I 15 or 20 nuka from this placu: JAXUAi, un SATURDAY),. 16th of, 1 Hawtil 1 1 Tnoinas Utttr .\brautn bJ thc t>ul!.-.-.criucr. .j I OiHcr in COl.atl's' Brick BuiMmg, fctairs.
up
a t tltbe calf-kkin prdxitno. at time aUI.Ii'1 I I llallonun R. L. EU.IOXlJ1.: : .. *
l.uge russel !
& POCKET-BOOK cont < .lore LIl'Ul S P'crJlcr,
If would the of It. .1. I Dr J 11 I I Dr. D. will be hppy l. attend toc.l. in
: any
( people only put Go\'erment t j ir taming nuii.crouf paper valudblc to llieowni-r. Ild TION! of lldCkl-y in I1a.lla"ec., this PLANT VHering 1 l .Mrs Amy CVliht Wen A J Qumcy, Dec.' 12. 20 I'rricnp.ml ., Branch of Jut He bus devoted nuchj

their hands; they would reform every i It1j can be had at this office by paying thc coarah) Mig ------- ------i XOTICE.- ----- I j 4 i i atieution to di-eases prortfc4ton.of the Ttct? and Nsrvc-u

:he to a sound crlihrmcnt. Dec 19 21 of land, lyinon l Hart Jan:eg L ;
: currency Wirt Care 2 AfTeftions
relore hcalhyCidIUln lheNo.lli-Ea, Dabney | of the head and ficeon'J is :: o.r;,i topenc
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lt eelioii of the ljd:: known a< 11 I. 1 ncotk Anson wn ks after dale I shall! apply le- tIle Hon. j pr f
| and i that .c WisJohn '
flY> means to bank i .
: l Dutch ; aiJ the ,
GARDEN SEEDS Set LIeInII I. The land of Lon or-.lir.ary or exu-aordunry .eralioiMofDe'itiilry -
is Judge
County Court for L
,
m.islly c"retlwllh : J i 1 I Haws John !l Williams: Chas Utrrs of< ,
WP a-.d'. prices high-Cotton, for instance, JUST received, wairanlcd. growth of 1640- pine and hickory Innhcr., '' |Hulchin h Cot G WiNon; S B AdwiiiK-traiion on the e- tate of Thomas E. Mu r- ;!!: l He i in neat and suhsiaa iai.a.inrT\ .

2QceitS a Ib.-:and restore, in all its glory, ), a variety! of BIRD bLKDS: fui taio at ALSO-TAU LIKELY .NEGROES, |'I Harley Elizabeth: Wtody James 2 |hyatc! of Ieon couniy, de c. has a ARTIFICIAL SPLENDID: COLLECTION TECTZf.oftii* LCI

I ( > ) ihe Dru? Store of RAND JLI'II & LLW1S. a man and Howard Dr Dec.I2l'3h0. 20 BENJAMIN BYRDMR. I .. -
tfcejiildea "Iclilt the a inc tine: J C Wo-d E J rink same to TvliK-h was awarded tile pieiniam. ; at

BIK% to li=n! inonej*; wages are teteiiigh -1'-uIlutauN'.ce-'- ,-Dei- -- IV.--1610..------ .ll- and "plarc. The worn in i ill an erce'hiil' co.jk.waihcr. I Joice Mr Walker Minor 2 DE TJS'J.'UY. !I I tli* !.i"i Fair 01 tie! American tliute.sTjrf; winch: .

and paid: ] i I good money; shinplnstersi GEOUGI.FV: ; DS. &(. I Jones G Week A B :;'1.\TY RE ngaiu reipeclfully: tjnJershis he l \. itt ii.brl in si.ch a wav that they wiLL l be r.at'i-
h '
)i of, ;and: pood b.ink.; note?, (Union I, .A T 1:1:! a b/1I:1IIlIIIOUllt: nl' (j<.o :ii funds 1 t.cn.TVru.Twelve. inn wortLf rrt'dI: with two ruth ir. Johnson Dc'.5 I ham I'rufe."iJllal"enice> to the CII.l.e ns of ra. in a:' f.iranre. and u*,:fiii l for ai!, Iho purposes
th Umo-i
payable .
Bank.JOSEPH I. G. .
SEARCY. M.
V" ralialiascc.
|
i f-ir wlii- h a 111.t.'fiJll'rcllll U.), mil lie I niasttcaticn. If they do not give pr-rfrrt satis-
Lie and Trust ,od | gicn.
;u :Magnolia: ,) are to lake Li.qi.ireJit tliifcOlHi*. Due 19 1 Pec : F'. C. IIARLEY I i : .TloiZatS Vegetable Life McliciaIe- Hi: purposes in future to spend his vinlrr in the I fdtlfut, rn\h'l will chard f..r tina orr'itisu.LLH .,

| tor place.Wtfl' -'--' --.hh : -- --.--12- I H10..- lO Cl. .Aom'r. S. Litv, aid suiiimcr in Leon, jad dcn and (CcarnbilEr : :n. PLUGGED, CLEANED.fc-\c.
\ _
-- : .
"e .hal !(c. what we sha.11 sec. .i Sclir. T. I":. iJUuin B. tt..iPE. a{'141c,:, and fine '1'a. A KOCL.iitIATH\- t 12. lHE2:: >Eiiifdicirics: arc indebted for their name --utJ--c.' ai the \.ll.'lphi.[ Nov 28 13 I D D. inionds loinaKC Li* home ire T litns-:: T -*

1t% bli'l the le 'i 11c will continue to remind:i foitiijriii of SILK S uiid : .\ 1 J lIsS, ai.d r \ l P.Y UOBERT: \Y.MO.\D U IJKID.tovcrnor : I ..M_ to time man ift..l H'id, sensible action of puri- --\1'a. cd. and he exprct-ly warrgrateal!! his DanttsiO.er..IroNa: -:

| tli! lngS(f all great things the) \\'pr t to rit'ly of i.'litr Fancy Artiri: s. ( of the Territory of Florida. I:) ill7 tin fj'ni'g-i and ch in nets of life and enduing Tin Wu JOURNEYVK.N TAILORS lo'nhornn to give present-' wailed and on permanent at their dw satuf.icMoii.Ladie Uir *, ont. D ,

I for the gnod people; a.d we \\ take Dcl J < ;21! BETTOX & FISHKR: I I tIle-, nilh eeady; employ monl. and good wage> will be (
.
renewed 1
d il "pc.tll ---- 1I V vi'lisc of llic authority in m'"l'l tcd, 11. tone and vigor. In I many hun- ;ivcn. Apply imiiiiduttlt' to 11 iesidei ce at !Chandler..

I care to notify\il.c people, wh n any one Ahiin&stratov'siUce. .Jl hcrei'V proclaim ::ud dclantlial I I, from I In j ; I! 'dred ccrlificd < at-e whieh have been made public L.CARLTON. Examination and advice gratis. 12 oci 17

.f diem is fulfilled, brought about by whig vii' IX MONTHS l after dale, I chall apply to I the. election! re-turns now of file in the Executue 0th :; I ald in almoii e\ery upecics of disease lo "llilhtc Tal'aha.sec.' Nov. 21. jO. i 17 if Lost or MiAiBW. .

i'th' S. Our idea i jc, that we shall have little <3 Judge of llie County Court of Jcflcrsoucoun.Jy a t TaIalias-rr! ) it appears that the 'f.stIo\ illS pi cur I huina'i, frame n i liable, the oapoy effect of A NOTE of bund fur twenty-two. doJtu! givc i :

|onio gv>d to record of them, until the 1 for a final settlement anJ discharge ln m I the boii" late bei-fi duly i-ln ted members of the HKUM' : MOFPAT'S LIFE: PILLS and The Congressional Globe by George Young t i) the S uhs'iti'r, cb> ted ::
great administiulorhip of ALEXANDER R }IVRItAY.lutc of PHOENIX BITTEl'S \11 ILL be made of Ihe
Repriventativfs of the Legislative Council: of up dailyrocceding* somv tim, in January Ust. All: 'rst u. *n e .L
[crash, when the honest portion of them will of,l aid county dec.icd.I3URVELL. Florid, for the yiarM\ : \ :- !: have been gratefu.ly and publicly acknowledged u of the two Houses of Congress, and lhr"I'ecchp.s lioiied .(ainst tradinf fat the ..J N'.. A lite.f I Ircwara -

!!NU' us dcniocrnlf, and restore the good old : \\' RlDE.Dcr.cmlcr For the County of.Monroe-Joseph Eizuardi: ; ; i hv- the persons fcenefillec', and \\ 1iu were of the members con-Jrnsed. The yean will be given I. the f.! r ,**rttunMM it # -

I Icfcrv. 'iian democracy.v 19. 1840 21 A1fliuihtrnrJ( -r. for (lie County of Dudo-Tenie| | Pen ; ire\iiii-ly[ unacquainted wilh lh: be utii'ully philosojihical aiid nay..on ail important suhjVris are given. It Juy 4, 1840 49 J.'J C. WELLS.

*> \\ linv--an--id- ; that Mr. Webster NOTICE.VK Ii auns For; line County of Mosquilo-William 11. VI il- principles opon which they consequently Houses ispubluhid! will as afford'fist msllcr as the enough business for of a number.tie: Iwo NE n' FALL 4- W1KT&R GOODS.

: nn \ Hrelhren of \1 AllIS x LODGE No. 11, of ret. I I Each number will sixteen subscribers 1&
contain are receiving U arrivals
s
time >
For
Mr. County of St. Johns John royal THE y
( M. quarto
will feel : Fontane
I Cl.iy queer when they J1. Free and Accepted iMai-onn, mil meet althiir Buckingham, Smilii ; I The LIFE MEDICINES: recommend Ihemsclvwin pa ,es of small: type.Ve expect to publish ihrec New York and Boston, their stock ,.f

crnto; i.lu'ukc:, hi.ds: ;ii the Senate wilh their) I L'ld"c.. at 9 o'clock on' SATURDAY .MORNING Ft : I the VCth iiiHant, to ceici.ralc! the AllnIVtrli.a- t. 'i lc- The A P PE\ DIX contains the aggi..g, Ror-e, Prime Negro Cloth: Pri it
D. fcpecchrs Fancy >
//hr': incH Fernandez fir.-t oft ,
lFhig from (; whether p ; oi'cra lion i 14 to loosen fiom the coats of the
;t be ut' St. J.hn : rish
tinrgin ry 1:1 : Linens .
I 1vangc1it. For line Counly \3/111311-J.. L. member-, ul full length, written out by Ihemselve ;.c., togcihir w.lli a. f nHaIiF'ort.lI1ent '
jliilrai-ror' 1 IJcrrteu.: Litilc did the former A j'tr..r"I'1 w j.l] bit flu. uie. to lay the corner For tile Couniy of Alleluia EdiiinnJ: Thipin Bird'; I "l".na.alld hoAf's, the various impurities and and is printed ill the saute (loran as the Cotton rel *;- of Stale and Fancy Dry Good A' !. a

j !expect to IK clashed under the C\/I none ot their new Lid'e ; and alter tli.it crrir.o- F"r the County of C',lum'>rj-\\lum! Con-,; 'II 'cruditic convlatilly t-t-tliing! around ll.cm ; and .> ssional Globe.: It will b<; puMuhed as fdt'as.the L'cnrral assortment of BOOT and SHOES of various.
same
ger n. j II), In jiidtr: t\il! iic di-lin-rcd! in the Academy, For tlic County of .remove tin.: UarJi-neii, feies \ lich collect!! in I tlc! i Sjce.-hps tan be prepared" by the mem bCls. descriptions. JAMES E. BROOM E fc Co.
eric
[ Dame tith tll! !j It) lirii'licr Dr. Jo.is W..Tt1\1T. I llills-boroujjli Augustusf Each of ll.es.e Moiks is Tallahasseeoet3 10
1U'r. f-'tr'.II! ; i coi\olu.ions of the smallest ialestines. Otlicimid'cii.ci complete in il!clf. Cu C
'. i i Al t tii.: ..III.'rf'a.-- MI*, it. go'til ftaiulin are ,'s.Ill'clu.l.r j g ]I'.r ; it ia desiialile for every sub:crioer lo hate both .
of ;
Georgia 't/L/ -At a l.ito term of the In. tinCuunty 1I.t11lllon-DlIIi'l Hell ; only partially: cleanse! these, and lea Pt-iuaiTzais., 6th Oct. 1140.
I j invitcJ( i>> j' id itit-iii un, I 111 it I in
taw, l ay. For the C"'unl v ofi; : UDde"tan.Jing
one of ; masses aa to produce habitual l Dr. A.Coo mi DAYTON i* .
url tie presiding judges .1 p.j I J. W. 1JRYANT, For the nopsis of speech in tine Congrj i nal Globe 2

pared 0!tlm! bench! % filk stocking: *, sil" 3Iu.<.oiif'ni.ri UUUIH*, Scc'y.M: l 1..No.ll.[ ley, John L.Coi.nty Tavi'-r olJtflrboui-\VIlii.iIiu; D. )fo..e. costivcncsx, with all its train of evils, or sudden any denial tf its correctness, It in.iy be removed or at tilt lends in establish Tallahassee'himself as a Physician and Dr -

Wkerciii D- -.nb.-i J. 1 US4U. I Dec) 19 21 diarrhea with ils iinmiiiciii dangerii. This fjcl is I once by referring to the speech ii. the F1a. we take pieasnie i i. n.
mude .
,cIC., : by his own family j' n_ '__ __ For u the County of i 1.111Thllllla8 Brown, J. W.ILinnerman Appendix. pressing oar opinion of bi. ability In be hih'y.; !
'.' ome of his friends, of the production Y' Dissolution ofirtuei'sbii>. l A F. l uvoIl. Joseph Branch ; \\tllknownloallreguljranaloutititswhocxaminvthe Indexes both arc sent to subscriber as soon as 1 lul in those emvl ll ent& Tbu oplnioa; -h4

tar own loonfnc The next day. an ::. I j ''Ii'lIE i: Coii ri uitri.1ia,! "lu'rclofuri (t-xi-tuiij i 11114 LII r ,':,. For Ihe County of Gad.Jen-Samuel .Stevens, 'human bowels after death ; and hence the "prejudice they Congress.can be prepared after the adjournment of on our personal acqcamlance with Dr. Diylwo,

"wnftlie jadgcp: A. E. Ernest ; -HHit iittiiiv :fl.1 My:> oi BROW.X & GALEAITII: Slokely Sadbury ; of tho x-cII-infonr.L-d mcn against! quack and hi- rt''ulwloD as a Phvskiaa and Deall.
,
f appeared I in( ui the Taiiiiing: a iWtuitaf silk to I of time
(including coat, vest, pan. di xolird hy mutual I J r. ; copy Congressional Globe$1.00) experience in tho
treatment of
rnn'cnl. ,'II the world disease in r.rbos
tJwns( Ktockn'g Q, pocket handkerchief, and IIlk. I The IUSIII<;BI< will: hi-rcaftcr Le curried on in ihe I[) For tho County of Franklin-Robert Myers ; by ignoruiil ,)cr>oi; Tlio second effect I 1 copy of tile Appendix, 1.00 parts of the U. Stales, a discriminating, mind and

.) produced and manufactured wholly : name of JOHN I t)). GALBRAITH is auj ', For the CoU'-ly of Jackfon-Elijah Bryan, Th. of tlic Life Medicines i is io cleanse the kidneys and Six copies of either of tIme above works wiLls be studious habits, qual.fy him I.> he, as ha Ia... heretofore .

ientirely in IIH own family. j! ihorisrd to sctile the afTaifH of the laic ronrcrn. I, M. Bu>h ; bladuer! auJ, It/ this mc.ins, tine liver and lungs, I scntforl5[ ; twelve copies for $10 ; and a proportIonate been, an honorable member of the profcs
E. is number of
ofopn ion Judge THOMAS( BROWN, I For the Counly of \Va.hingIon'iViIhiarniMil: "r ; till healthful acti m of which entirely depends Upon copu-s for a larger sum. cion and of socii'ty.Wilh .

< be that domestic t-ilk will, before many Dec 19), 1810 21 J. CALURAITH.. I For the County ot Walton-.-J. M'Kinnon ;: : time ruga army of ihe or.ins. The Payments may be tran.sinitu-d by mail, POSTAGE Ihesc capacities for efurnws; tie: amole;
yier urinary at risk.
._ Tlie
of
fnuiid --- J'AlIJ. our notes
1 the -- For Iho of Ecambi any int'orl'orHed
mi't J economical ; County -Henry A. Nun;", personal character of Dr.
ton it i iiiUIe
!ood .Inch! lakts red raj rcnile s 1101195-
'
fcrtirgro arice': A'CIV STOKE. ;, Cii.irles Evan i< v. > color from the agency of; Oiink in the United States, current in a seclioii of
clothing: ns for > for U: to liitu our bet vi j hf for
as give
fiitlcmcii! dress.- \\.1 at i' -g? t.owti II \.I IS, BACON SIDES. PORK: in''| 'I he ret'iriih from the Senatorial! I) Mricts not the liver and the lui: ;s bcfuic il passes into theI' country where subi-cribcr resides, will: be reci si. and prosperity in a distant part o//1f tte, happiness -
Kccordcr. country
Mtiledgevillc S Lii!>., prune., Lard Bailer; Brandy, Wine I in '' 'having been made according lo law, lliu Alar. .ILlS InaltI'wg thus purified by them, and nourished : v red.' without exj>rs* of
.
Tkelfarjiof 'AdcfrtmngT A merchant I C.lllk'IIi..kt.., &c., for sale, al l..e stor, formerly| '.f tin; sever.il Dittrirls are !licrrby required t to forIt i>v food C'lininir from a clean I elomac.'i.! cotirocs !i, To ensure all the numbors, the* lubst'Ciplions .\t'tion tntl ulcfui.est' is to reiwt'eJ from ahcrn c.is

I&Cnllfclly, luti-lv, put an advertisement :oc eulli. d: l every part 11ystcin farthest.ff
a J.j IIatkl V nui.tion room, !b ,., HCllatou. in their >-Oii!! lo( I lie ( j -
poses il/nnwr. at
I c. :
paper he-di-d : G. .
; K-F.NAN 3i.D.
4' Hov \V AXTlm. ext'olag l Pec I'XlKJ.J; 1 21! F. fi'CRARDIX.Ci&BOPE. Tallahassee lu order l'ia- thresult of mid election s ai.d triumphantly innunt the banner of I j,I \ No attention will be paid to any order un R. G. P.

;! lie found a band box on his doorsteps -- -- --.-------- --.--- may: be in lilt known lu the, people. I leallh i'i III" blooming check.Motfal's l less the money accompanies il. E. R. FIELD WHITE M.D. 1-

ll tluj inscription__'I ow will this one a u. ;( GIVMI ul. 'er my hand and (lie t-ral of the! Territory Vegetable! Life Medicinex! : have been BLAIR & HIVES.. N".. 7, IC-tO. 15 J1.D.tf.

!her? o.' Opening it', be a nice, fi l'fc"i., LOT of Kentucky Bagginj and Riiic| for 1:1:1i: : I 11th): day of Dec tuber, 18-40.! t1tujhJll1' ).oru.ughly! I ,ted, and pr'jti.unccd a sovereign Washington City, 11 th Nuv. 115 JO.NOTE. .
fund fiuiu !low
fur 'a--li, Subscribers
< lay : :\YAio.ND 1lI:1 to the
: D. Appendix for llie
last
euLJ.1olun specimen article he'I Die r rincdy fur Dytipcpsia; Fldtulcncy Palpitation of PULAKI 6th Oct. 184.1.
I ia -21 I F. GIRAIDIN.: Governor .f Fiuridu.By : session will now receive two numbers
'Lnted, warmly done up in flannel. 1gnatc 1 --- the Govern'.r- c tic! I lea 11, L-M.X of \I'i't titc, Ilcartll'IJIl; ; and Ileidi:i i it is completed. The extraordinary a wet k until The subscribers take pleasura in ctresein

To | FORTV DOLLARS ICEWAISD J. .Mit'A\TSScrrctary fFl..riila. 20rillHECoparliioliip ) attic, It,. tU-hsness, IIMetnpcr! Anxiety, Languor !'! I IMelanHioIy length l of the spcccheu at the list dcssion'mnut number; and be heir high opinion of \\ht |l'r"f iouatskill and rtttntion .

P" 11e out of Silk. If a little !i XSytt !Il.L be given for npprdiudiii) : Negroes --- ---X '.'IClf----- anti C *tivenesi. Dianhea, Cholera, 'I| (our apology for its delay.: Dec 12-20 of Dr. A.C. DArros Surgeon-Dentist.
VV ISAAC ._ His operations upon ihe teeth of each of tio!
magnesia applied the ami r-LARA! that I
on i-o them _
b wrong | get hen'loforecsi>tin under I F\'t'rs of all kind, Rhuuinalivit: Gout, Dropsies i -
a or f 81! '' again. or $2J.OO fur eilher. ( subscriber, as well as many other in our know-
I "k: as soon a the spot is di1co'ercdn IIOUNC about Isaac ran away rom( JL the firm of Spcngler & Lyman, is disbolvidby of all kind, Gravel X\*,>rm, :, j\ S' lllla and, Corihuinition I To Cotton Planters. I luttee, excite universal probation. Indeed such

i failing remedy, the dark spots' I my the ta t of October ; und hud on, | the withdrawal. of the ub&cnbcr from tine con- Sourvw UlierInvfttrati! 1lLt E NG dcrrous of settling in the tillage of nenti.ess- and of ,
I II when he left al'air of blue I rnidcloli$ !: pantaloonx ; Siire" Scor. care, her.uty fa'cisb. mark sl! Lie
-alng as it by magic. I and ,cern. C. I'. l.pY.1.'iN.T.m1laIa".e QU'KKV, for the purpose ef cdiicntin! work, that, as in tile case of the
a coarse I'n' \\ul"y jacket; is a'jouiG! feet bin tIC Eruptions lid Bud 1'nn;.ll'x! lOllS, Eruptieintr children I offer for my subscribers, it is
1 1f Der. 4th, J 40. bale tine PLANTATION
i.uitmsken fur
!& poii,; The Spoilt ; Fight hard ('t.n. 8 or dinclii-khigli) ; .pPakaquick wh.n. spoken to ; ( sallow, clou :'y and o her di"ill'rt.'ed.cCUlllpleXIOIII' : : i vv'iic-li! I now reside, (lour miles North East on of frequently natuitl.
Sale J. T.
Public of
much teal DAVIS
1.-ln the City of New York alone very bow.levged ; about 4D or 50 years old. :|, Estate. Salt Khciim, Ery.-ipi'as' Common i 131..ntit'clo! in Jetferson county, and
tl.irt.v.lwo
Cl.ira, hm wife, left liousq permission of the Hun. Court of B. F. JT-NTOtf,
about three weeks
my County fiom 'fa lIilhas
t.ar j rol>.ibly over 5,000 if not 10,000( [ before ; i is of a dark complexion ; low Mature ; BY l Jtflerr-on county, we thall offer for flol II',bt. Colds and InfliiciiZN, mn.! the various other con,-I two thirds ol which tCt'cont3ining is one thousand acres- D. E. ROSE

:d'dlll' f>r the ,'ariout ofiio's which wili I 'hall 1C| appearance ol being crippled; when *lie I,I 'fore the courl-honse ;in Moniiceilo, on :MONDAY i .loIin1I! which affln-t the human frdi.-ic. III Ftveric I; hickory. There are first ale hammock of four oak and PUBLIC SALE.IY .
upwarls
under, tlC control I I j walks ; ami when she ran off, had on a irreon Lom- FEBRUARY FIRST, IC4I. so much of the Real i Ague ;particularly; the Life Medicines have been I acre clcaicd-llio whole, hundred pcrniisekui Jf the Honorable Judge of the

t icf lhc-tUi of March ) Glncrullarnson numuer of;; l,zmz.-t Jrem. From his tlircals, made Home lime '' Estate 01 JaClleli'L. P.rn-h, late of mid county, de- in )"t nninciiliy! >ueciB>fuI-so mud so that, in cleared in the last I I. 2 and except 3 years seventy, and acres, County Court of Jefferson Cwrsiy 1 shell
lCIt. i lI lI.k, I am appr' heiuive t 'cet!-od. a. will be sufficient t his mostly i offer for si before the Court
I cllU this city and) state 500 hey are making their ',, < discharge just L the Fever t Ague districts, pliymcijus almost uni.v'Itally fine hammock The fences are new, and not c. House in M or.ti cel-
are lot o.tr way back to North C.iroioa.! 'deblK to wit surpassed lo t Jeffcrhon _
r : County,on the FIFTEENTH .
in of
! cnb' them. by Flirila. The
Plantation
Illerraa1ul: and of 50 Dec. 1 11 20 tf. TWO.ii(2imiS: ; pre any is well JANUARY day
already upwards It. 11. CROWELL OF LAND, next, a certain TRAUT
OF
1 10 ----... _ All! that Mr. MofTat requires of his watered with constant streams ; ona bns on it a LAND
Ld patriots for each office have started J up'! I"OS" Situate in Fntd county. being (ho East half of the patients, is comforloblo DWELLING HOUSEGIN-HOUSK belonging to the estate of Ebcuezor Fob-Oni, dee.

i CldIIi lictn tiJraJuabtc services at I the[ ;, So'itli Wc"t ijuarler of Seetion l-venty-eight, ol to be particular: in taking the Life Medicines ricl. &.C., with a fine well of whet in the yard, which, situate, lying and boing in Jefferson coo.itjr.one* -

.aat election :in in I j 1T.1'laIHIr.: rlJIn, the 7lh in..t.:1 WALLHT, Tuv.n-|p two, I llangr' flte, N<>rlh and Fast con ly cl' .rdin: to the dirccion: It is U'Jt by a news. never fails. The residence; in ccnsidered and a half ir.ileo North of MonticJlo, cocta.i..inf .

Some j in, fighting, some lyjv ''.c rioie jjtvcn hy L<:\ i f.'onner: to luining'eigl.ly acres. AM! the Lat-l half of the paper notice, nor by any tiling: (hat ho hi.nsell the most healthy in Florida. The terms one of FOUR, HUNDRED AND TWE.7.FOUR .
| i D.M.Gr.ili4in fur maysay will
singing In[ $ Jilrd be
some in speaking. j i XJ.nO abitit the l of I
:
S-Milh I Wil of Section : ACRES-100 of which has b
n. Dereinhcr I iust.. ni.idj : in Jan. quarter two Township in their fo vor,that hr hopes to gain: credit. It I made very ca y to the purchaser, and 42 shares of )ii cultivated, and
i in puyah'u 1612 i
iltmorc, and Philadelphia! a ; wncnotn OIl.ltol. C fourNorth and Eacltc"iilainirix Union dank mock under fence. The atualion of the tract is
eightya be had
lke i is alonn thu remits of can with the erj
fair la.nJ.I
proporti0 given I" 1 H. I II. 1'rrry: l.i JoKe h Fuir by a I trial. "ichY .
of offices and candidates J |, ii thoU I.I re*. ill make it the desirable for health and yond water ; and has on
exist m 're
king II those flour al>oul $170 or $160, with an t'lt.'lrlic: nrcl: faboul I ALSO-SKVERAL TOWN LOTS Modut's Medical Mnaual--designcd asa within iwo miles of accommodating. It lies I ii, a comfortable DWELLING-HOUSE soffi- _
Atlantic cities a leam-nill
bout great a. $75011 the back datfd in Jan. 1839, made : dunuie.tic to health. ? where supplies
1.000 offices payab.e |! Situate in the Town Monticello, b- ing numbers guide This little pamphlet, of turner; and moil can always be had. cient out house. I

" which there are 20,000 I one day alter dale, at near an rccoflcrlod ; ouo note 61, tit 67 CU, 83. 81. 9J. 94, lO.t;', 104 113 and 114 edited byV.. II. Moffal I, 375 Broadway, N. York, Sept. 30, Id40.) J\O. S. TAYLOR. Terms of Sale-Si:: months credit, notes with
14ghing
to I A'' aiom Sauli
fill. D.M.
yivrn lo
New York l.y Grahrn fur SIM.Florida"Segaruor .
undoubted The
JIeadr Conditions :One-half! Ca.-h, and the balance h's been published! for the purpose of explaining If the above land should security. purchaser can have, if
& an equivalent current ; not be sold: at private desired with the land
( money.AH notes with! approved security, pnysbje! in more fully: Mr. MoiTal'.lhe. diseases site the 2dlh TWENTY SIIAIIES of
by
Fmonths. and
Car a forbid ry will I December (of which
lure 'i.e had the plea. person are trading for the aid uote ,a due notice I Union Bunk Stock. '_
other the of them CHARLO1TCA PARISH, bo found highly lint !rc lin'l to will bo given,) it will, an tllnt be
' day vt seeing several pounds I payment bat been stopped, and new ptr ons sue'ting day. set up to the ALSO-Al be same time, and on the same

S5fl 1moist}beautiful sewing silk, made by Mrs. ones will be given in their place.D. MARTIN rAL Adininisiruirur IEHAdm'r.ol:I I h ahh. It treats upon prevalent dii-eapes, and the :ghc'ft;lntieel'oTho bidder' on very easy tcrnw, in.the town ol I term of sale THREE HORSES aDd ONE OX

; In Sumpter District M. GRAHAM. Monticello. Fla. ) Jar. L. Parish causes thereof Price 25 cents-for sale by Air.Moffal's CART, belonging to the sac* estate.
' this season. SheU8 ; dcce.ued. Cotton produced from this
i Tallahassee, Dec. J 2, 1840. 20 3 farm has ever HARDY MOORE
that DM- 5.1840.) ( 9w 19 agents cencrally.JdP .
obtained
B Jc she 25 lbs- of the same a cent per pound hotter price in New Executor Ebeuexer ,
,nlh' besides mae NEGROES FOR SALE. ; Thcuc ralualle! Medicines are for .! Yot k than FoI.vn .iiRf8ted
It floss, cocoons, etc.- SHAVING, IIAIB-DBE8SHVG, &c. e by any made in this county which can OA Slieella 1840. 17 01 -
"'tl ree1j and pierc THE subscriber will dispose tf at private sale. J. SELBY RANDOLPH & LEWIS. proven by Mesirs. ADenham & Conof Mcnticelio. HOTEL -
twtstedby
a
from Dec. J9 21'
nov
negress NEGROES in faoiilie. They i 17 U :
tept cotton ted, without instruction, i ex. have tesidcd six years in the Territory, and are BEGS leave to inform the citizens ofTallahai.! Notice.ALL ---- THAT' valuable and well known property in
.Iuch al S. herself and its vicinity, that ho has lakrn the ForSaleorftent. at ,
her from likely indebted present occap'sJ by William
gave uncommonly Auy person disooscd to par. percent to the Estate of Josiah
in the ADELPHI
4sand HOtEL
periodical Some of this ilk wa' chase, will apply to Messrs. Hay ward & Austin or room Bar.Roulralld that he is now adjoining hit t ., lato of Leon county, deceased, are i A HAND OlE. TWO-STOIiY Nichols Esquire, cowwtioj <.f th, UOTI l. and
OI! I to T1IOS. T. WITHERS. prepared to perform: hereby requested to mike immediate FRAME FURNITURE, cxteo-ive OUT.HOU3ES, and
r clock reel. The STORE eligibly aitus
ex.l all II* duliev of a Bjrbrr and Hair.Dresser.Gea'Jemcn payment to I a several .
hfe of iie| Pec. J, 1810 20 31 invited the ubM-rlber: ; and all those having demand ated for business near the centra oj unimj roved LOTS. UI be offered at pliblie S.
I
to
are him
past seasOn has convinced bert- give a tri.l il. He sale in Hariaona '
-- on
will S.lIudaI1be 19.h of
them, Rail Road Liroot Port day
. prevent properly a'Jihenlicaled for Leon. A lib.
tutu
eouHi
(, will bo supplied l'erfuuerY.llnd Oils solUcRicnt. -
j for December
M9 LUMBER. if
not but lucra. tipros.rvah100 next not
previously
ouly simple
of
l. ind growth of the hair. H. ARCHER eral credit will be given on goad security. We p disposed al
CWGauUe. SUPERIOR QUALITY OF PLANK ofevery oflTern his wrvici-K Nov. 21, lRIO. 17. 3m AdmV. invite the attention of those wishing a favorable private sale. If not sold, u will be rented for the
He also' to families in the .
. from the prcparatioii ------ ensuing year. TcrmsParl
YI"ridl1Vorka I .
__ may be NOTICE.I stand for business. cash and tlio remainder
of SOCIAL PARTIES
.
or as F1DLER i
Natt : obtained on time.
tux by applying to ui. 'l'crml-Cuh.

1 1udg._ekl afte d&te,1 _han apply to the I Dec It 80 BETTON ti FISHER. For his chaMC.or; and rompeienry, he lIeg.le..vo;. DO hereby revoke nil Powers of Attorney Port Leon, Nor. 7 M'NAUGHT, 1840 15& ORMOND.If Mr. Jonathan T. Patton. who will b- prtsfAte*
or Leon fon.of refer tit the following gentlesnt.nNOAM heretofore given to REUBEN -
CCletl Court, for .- to : MANNING, asmy the day of sals, or Mr. Thooua BaJUeU uT.TaBft .
: UO C "sLate .f Vix A Superior Yoke of Oxen,, young and TuoHsoM, E q.. J. W. CiRTia, Esq agenl to the estate of Lu-Ia C. Fwirell, this 5O IIBIS. OLE) REt'FIFIEDlVHhiKEy haswe. is7e aathoroe* to eoaelad ." .
L M unn wswc ,
,- 8.JAIE S. 8IBLEY-'I.1',1S ca. in food order, for aale by ibm ti.THOMSON, Esq F. R, COTTM, ., 17th NOT. 1840. ZACH. UOPS. N. for sale by MILLER & ROVVLES. witbths .t. *- rrNev ,-

Jl DM.12 90 J. D. G1LBRAITH. TaIlsbuI', De T- to N.v. 28 Port L on, 18th Sept.. 1840*. f 8 IftiO 1$ --- .:

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; cr: TIcZ- JQNAL (OTICE Token Up, Tin Wore IHanufactorj TERRITORY OF FLORI

-r T&liabs.tsee, on the 30Ui instant, a HORSE, tIE Sub.criber continue to carry on the abora To Iii. Mar of
IN T
JOHN P. DfJTAL, Bridle and Saddle. The hone U Gray; his businosa in all it* branches, and keeps tenMlantly gflg

ffe-Xte.aply 10 the ATTORNEY AT LAW, two bind feel while up to his fetlockn. The own on hand a general aMortmont, which be of- T H EREA :
S 8
.kide} of Leon County Court, for Letter ef Office in Col. NVy<'i. Brick Bnildingi, Main SL, cr U requested tu comu forward, pay charges and for* at wholesala or reUiL! ta nail purchaser I% day of ,beretofo,,to wit;

AdminUtrnUon like him Apply at this office,or to W3I. H. FRANCIS, February, in the
on the Estate JOHN SHAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. away. Tallahassee (Florida) JSace*. one thond sear of
of Leon Dec. augl 1 J. R. ROUINSONJT[ Sop 28 9 Monroe ftrcet.A eight hundrej and
county, deceased.D 6. 19 HE ANNUAL MEETING FOR 1841-!!! arter of Incorporatjo
: & 1B40. B. BROWN. & Cotton Plantation wssXylpd b"
b .c. J. NOTICE. Valuable Sugar T1 Course Litly. Council -
V. BUTLER, commence over the Marion of tha
Territ.ry
.: NOTICE. ATTORNEY Al\D COUNSELLOR AT LA', THE Subscriber ha* just received and offers for Sale. On Wednesday the 13/A/ January next, Bank to be established in the o

weeks after dMr.f I hall apply to the Hon. Pensacola West Florida sale low for cash Gentlemen's fine black iii: subscriber will seil his plantation on the owned in and to ihoso WLeshouid City of
Ifor-
all become
t .; SIX Judge of U.e County Court of Loon coun fN'ILL ,in Bayer und Ilus.tii Fur Hat", Gentlemen's and lady T West side Suwaneo river.at the Old town. and continue 4 days, free for of Georgia and said Bank, their auccesni
the and the lower Counties and
th practice Superior County \i Caps, Travelling Trunks, do. Haps; Travel Madison Florida. This land was purchased Florida, or r'sndiiiim,, assigns, ,
: ty. lor Lrttr of AdmiiiKtmti'iti; >n rstale of V V Cauits of Eiieambia county, himitaj, :,, amid
and Walton Cca
., ViLra JaU of aid county, ricc'd. i.t.c ling Ya.eesea ami a good assortmen Cloths, Casi- in IPS, at publicsalc! ; u. price 200 pei cent A Ia ha at a. aid Charier, which restrjetj,5
Cooracr: also in the Court of Appeals! at Tallahassee.Sip5 FIRST DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $1001 sid 13aik wa !
-1 KuvtfS.1840; 18 ALFRED LEVY. 1840 6 iiiera anJ ready. nude Clothing. higher ihan any other lands sold nt tint lime. the name and style ot the flCOfporaVf
.- L. CARLTON.ToIIiUscee. cled with and trouble! mile heats.JECOND .
I They were great care ; FLORij.pi"And 4Z
police. Kit. 1\ s. BEATTIEHTJAS Nov. 22d 16.19. "ho that not DAI-A Jockey Club Purse 0f 5200-2 whereas a-so, o the
and furI Lb,
1 confidently asserts they are day
1 otfebruary in
vvrek after date 1 shall! tho the
0 IX apply to Hon.Judreof d mile liratii. year ofour
re-Kiiini the of Medicine in all it isM ol Lorj
practice o1IeJ.T :. pissed by lands in Florida-the growth and m'itht ,
( $ me C anty Corl of Leon County, .kl. branches and tenders his I any Tamo DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for $5C03 hundysd and II
t for Lottets of A :lrnion] Itti the cutale of ALeuniro prolcssi'mal scrviceit MR stiWiber off rs for sat-, his VALUA- I which coii.i inr-f sweijtiiini, wild cherry, mulberry passed by the'a
to the community his OLC is at fct. Marks, BLE wahoo live oak, and underflow mile heats of Florida ouncjtofthT
4 Poltor, late of sitil county deceased.Nov12i PLANTATION on the Armonia lake I n.aple, magnolia, FOURTH Dy-Propnietor's Purse, f->200-I mile In addition to dnd
t at I the house vf z-, C. S(>rt.cir.ji'y : h Tho eo'itaim I C. of amend.t9,
iso. 17 bfinjj tl.c Mast half of llio 1VV. quarter of se Ca tie. tract ,3f116.1 ail charier of ,
: T.J. WEST. '' Ib" ilu'i The Star will heats. 3 b'si in 5- Entrance 10 per cent. ,),_
JP [ copy. lion t which lliere has been cleared U75 Tho land
>\o, loxvni-hip two, ran<;c one. North A- East; acres. on the twelfth day of
. + IVotict*. mif jossx"ii. POPE the \\Yist half of the N. W. q IX works after i.i r, I w.ll apply to the Hon.lli FF1CHS Ins Uonal the two b.n. abint nr.lc fiom the mouth of time r'i7er.Il and will be rim:, for, if they are filled, ''an liumidred and t
[)rr> serv.cis to people township range i i.e, N"ith and Ka>t. A'so, CO act was mr1,
4 T JuJje of the Couniy Cuun of Lon, for O of Jejl'TsonBounty.. Ofiiue; in Monticello, the Past half,,f the N. 11. (jiartcr of fiction three, is never subject lo &Yt tt1i) .% One-sixth of the Jockey Club (taco rn the three first day* Co-intil of the P-wedbyrteno. {
Lett.rs AJuuai.tra 101 E-t.ile if A' ednejro FIRST DAY. A P .*lfakf*. fre for all aces. 2 Territory of FhorWa/uflh5
on the ,vcr the t-tore of William! Denham 4- Co. township tvo. raiijro m.e, :Not th! and Cast -, and iirilmasc: money to be paid in cash, and the balance ) to bo 'said Charter of ,incurporatio! ,, -
200 forfeit $100 ,
; ,
Potter mile heats. Subscription j'j'run .
tccaud. HALL..Nov.
C.
I C. M nticello.Miiv 30. 1S40. Known ps tl.c Fu h-r i.r Ilcmbiy plantation. in live equal annual, instalment with interest. He first 'original. enrollmenl of 'pptr, b11
Club Race, on thin aid
: for before time Jockey Clai
iCtli
*,,. 1K40 Ifl J. ML'CASTS: ? There is about I ICO) acres of open (anil, which, for will: lake, for part of the purchase money mules day of the next Tallahassee Jockey Club flace.3 .*. I1 lieu and said addition.! and of

JVOTICJE.SIX .4orne3and Counsellor at Laic, fertility of toil, ete., may be ra t ked among the al fair pricesFor further particulars apply to C. Subscriber lo make a I-ace. j1SIXOND I I record in the office of the smendatny

nvMitho after ddle, -ijnilicalinn will be made Mclice in the Courts of the MiddV best lands in the Territory. Tlicse lands lay within S. Siuh-y, F.sqr., Ta'lahav-ee, or to the subscriber at DAT.necessary-A Sweep-stakes for three yrarl I i !of Florida, a. well ., by Secretary Lime ftheTmL

tho Honorable the Judge ol'Gadsden County 9JLL and in l-.e: Court of Appeals. Office l a fv/ yards of the {great Armonia lake, which St. Au uitine,-if by mail, postage to bo paid. old*. 1 mile heats. Subscription $200; forfeit 100; Territory ofFIonidspnjnted by PUblic
fwr letters of dia.iiisiun ui administrattirdo, b pasturage cannot bf surpassed in te! .vorhl. There AI.KX.: WATSON. ( author117
> >> at Tttllaarsfec vernorand
Fla. tf 16 1840 the Legislative
t april be before the Club Race, on
to for Jockey Cuunjri':1;
., Bis non of the Cktala uf Elijah \V. Sweat duc'd is also new well ( tilt ciijvit to the dwelling"! with i September 26, 1340) 9 :3inI run |' whereas law : same.A
ulso.a
\V. Cariiiurtt Tallahas-ec CUb w,,
ate of cuid county. S. IHcdirtis A. Long, plenty! of rxcch.nl water. -1--F-I i second day of the next Jockey P1ed by lime
I BEaccs.
( ) Legislative Council
make Race. oftime
ATTORNEYS AT LVTALLAHASSKK Race Subscribers to a
U. 1 July H. ltJ40 51 JOHN H. RHODES.Aduiiiisstrator's The piirclc&rr can have from vJ to 3 years indnlSTcnce. [ CAIMOUX COURSE. necessary the fourth Ter,10y of
Tnitmr, 1iy.-A Sweep-stake for 2 year old. 1 i day of Ma._, ... the
: FLA.7ILL Tlicre is now f.m of year
io\vinp corn
I 4 JVotico. a cmp nfini] Annual Meeting for 1341, will commence mile out. fubscriptior* 100: forfeit $50; lo be j I one thousand eisht hundred and thirti 0L0ut
in the oi; the farm, 'uitat. .' 1'. r tin- baser. I IKI
practice
iI. ALL per om IhUII4 clannx: a .' nn.-l the estate in purli.irship Superior i pun I _fl on time Calhoun Course, on Tuesday ihe 9lhf run for before the Jockey Club [Racoon the third riding; and requiring the Duinti AttonT.l.,
V V I ,
Courtsof t the Middle and lai IIAUD II. CKO'.VCLL. [
Dav.tl Wil is, decoaped. late of Leon ouity ;- ) Apalael.ie<> f day of Frbruary ext, and continue f.vc ilayn true day of the next Tallahassee! Jockey Club Races. 3 .Territory lo institute time require I. f of
and in July-I 1810.I'J
i iirien the of ,
Couit .
Thii.ife ) .
vvill: j'i -cii 1ui 1 f r ajn.I: liifnt : and those i. Appeal* ; fur any Horse, Marc or ( el!>!injr, in the U. Slates.j Subscriber. neeoe.ary lo make; a Uace. t ings tsainsl such banLm* ii.eorLot tia *"
for the -
't". llldd.K'cl in tUti btLd r iaUiii ( oino forwnd, a:. 2dCharles)
bIt:4: t ill sain-; JOABVIL1! I.S >._Jl A commodioii-: *i.i.'a IIOTF.LfVV DayJ mile! beats-Purse 400. loiter addressed to tim's Secretary of the Tallahassee tur -s of their charters by no, asc .aed( i,

4' _! Nov. 21. IJM ). I 17 __ Adin'r. S. Sibloy lfO lit ST. :MAI i : K>, lccclitly occupied byli'l'iJ : Third 1)ay-3 mile heats-Purse $LJOLI. Jockey Club any time before thus 15lh Jay of DCccmbcr -| lhc annie to elleul so that the >>jf f V

.&hiiziiir4io.s I'FlIi'S: his pr'.fosMonaNei! vices At | | | I ihc- mib-cmiter. Po--en.-ii.il m yen i iiimmlediaLely. Fourth Day-- 1 mile heats-Purso $ lOOt). next, when they will be closed; the entry to I might be declared null and void by tbofcj "*

LL p. t,4hP. iia\ .. any demands against John O am1 Co'tn-cllor.it' La .v i in tin ollc as : i ii.vriicv r.f fc'jA'a.. Apply i ii I the underVij-ned, Pillh l 'ay-[Proprietor's Pun-e iJ.JOO. be named the evening before the Rice.Mr. fftlie proper Courts in iiid D: lrielAnirT1'a '

.2 L. Lofton Jatc: >n .lei-rb-!: :i CJ.. 'nTv d.-eeavrdWlil .,l' bis -r i in Mi I Idle Fl .rid', I lie I will: di-end: < all[ or to Win.$ M'Nanghi.! (niili"! hie.its-'} be-I in 5 ) F. 1'. GEROW is now tugged at the Marion *. Charles S Sihl-y, Attorney ofihe Jut

p : pita t: '.MVO :Hi.-in pr>inirisiii I Mi-Mi.bKi'; ': DiNtr'ci.Cltlioi I'mb. 0. I'. GF.lt \ lIN.'I'CtII i The OnVe-ri of the Hub suarar.tce that [flhe Course, and has opened Tra.nmg Stables j f. r for the Middle Dsirct of Florid, J pr'gba L Bt,

1 liam Iiu.1 I E.-I. .M uitff'loai.ii lh> .\\hoarc any i i :Miiiiiui i > Street ,in il.vbuihlin; rnicrlv.c 1)oIhars evrc1. purges as ailvcrtixfil, shall be p it up before the time accommodation jjunllemen! who have Hors.s |< said Territory hath appeared U.,.d..JTj

t : waysi't-t-b'.od t.) tiC same vvih miku p .\uunt totlie .. ,- ,:, d by Win. VVil ,oii. a'j .1 Uook Sti.i -. i'R\Yl' D on or about. the OJtl. (Itt'.t.er I a Horse arc started. Bv o.der of to Irain. Mr. Gere w n vell known as an experericed ; :- j of said erntory.aiid by hiiii, th Court. here k

\'Jiun.sirator. IC \ : h ? Ii 1" MilII, rrcaiiiH'olond >TUD I i t ''IT : :i vc.irs JOHN I). GRAY, Piesidcnt.PKTTR Trainer; and the fulh-sl confHcnce! may be ;' en tonr.der.-tand and he informed .l.al !

MOSES ELLIS, Adi. 1'Iltrat'r.I D.lVlil; STLK5-: K old ; that k mainami! tail ; hi.- fore It <;- i m.a&l!; k lo W. G.\rrlr.R: jr. t-ei-ntary. placed in l.isafe. magcmenl of Horses committed i tral Ban of Florida"In ih fufr.d, ...Jg"1

1onsqcj.. {)c. '.! i. 3 2 It's I liiit-e- ; a sear on bi< l ha. k, mi.idm by t! e ta 'dc.! an2-' 4 lamlF lo hi* charge. THUS. liUOWN, j all time fiancimise, privilege, ngl.u. ,ud img?}

--- JeirctnCtlIttv CtJiirr.| TTOR\E 1-.1I LA ir, $ *.;. The above rev.m re, :n:,! all rtalm.t le --XH-IS; Ixl: ;.: lcy boo arrived in toWn, July l 14 51 Secretary_and Proprietor thereby conlerred, by NOJ-UKR. and baih JS

?'i Eiin; P, Uarroi.t, 'i, ttt.: Inne-it, j'.rjJJ3! 00Samuc' WILL prai.lict: in llio CotiMsot'llie Mid.lle! District ill! be paid, on Ins e'e'ivi-rv'! to die subscriber al ,t. Gto'.e Dc'ifiT is his profession. 0 issoluiou 'of Coi>art liershI I p.rTtHF. that a scirefacta might issue aceorcin2u

1 .. .. of Florid j. // s iiIHcf j is tl! first ri '>:n lo the rijht Marks. I When* 'i.e wai.tt well heretofore under summon the *aid "Central Bank of
$ > I) iH :;-& -i'i-r.iii ii I *> no known. : Cojiartner.slnp existing j Florjd" ,
U'. Porront'tn.: ..i 1i 'j itIg: TennLi i.a. '.vrj It. lJrllVstorein t'li.ihaace! t here he may Nov. ? 13 P.f.pr.itT! ; II. AI.iX: \ M DC't.' I I.M And! cash i is lii t, (icc uirjfl. 4 au2 22 JL the style and firm of FranCis & Hurt, is Ibis j appear before this Court, at the proper tI
: l.. lt.aiiiil. place, and ahowjcause ;fany ilro.uu.
persons c-Ji.i.ern.-J t.j i i t..k i.iti. 4' o.f! ti.eiiiMiiiiUjn.i -- ;hu,1.Y: I'oliotiV<-! ; Jay dissolved by muliial consent.WM. Chatter of Incorporation wn tht

-.. : illalu.vu sU'l hy attachimnt.ih'1 "I iA. M.iDOL'J VKINT< ; KSTAIIMSHMUN.rn ,rglUK snhsiiiijrr, ap|>i-inti-d Weigher Cotton, II. FRANCIS, and declared null! and void-khou.'d: not be rep

34 I (indToijt I dflni.'ai t Sid all imert--ti-.l arc i 3..T1 AYl \ '- jfi. in, I'urum ii i'ee of :an a' I. passed .it the last session LEVI HART. '

,t : ; r.'d In :.,roi ">ioml-cr-1 i< ON to ilii- piLe.: !: i I Hl.I I: undersigned mo .t r -.h.t.t| tfi.l y i informs of the Li vi .|alivc Council, respeclfully informs Tallahassee, Sept. 12, Ig40.The MANUEl 11F.RFFORE) That yOlJ AE HEREBY coy.

I 444fr filed : n.it. POi'-: & fTOVi:. 11.. is t.' hi- fi.'l' ..t the oiHcc of Dr. J. II. Ilan- ..fl.ilie I Ladies i.f T-tlaiss! stc and vr.-n.iiy. 'bat the public t hat I.e i< 1-riM Jird to we'' '1, Cot- business: vvr.l be continued in future by Wilnaiii !- (. ,,,, y.U immake knows to.i
I '-' PuiintuT.; .I'1 !., -\U-nro, Mic t. she hi.opei: rd a holism in tic above I line on "Mon- 1 ton either in thin, city or at the RaiLroad IJepor. 11. i r.tinis. P rector.ni tim), ( of&i
Att'y lor -
3l 3m .Vav "C 42 r.'e strict, and l.etvveci: the Mores 'ii f til r. I"i.iniin Hi i steles! are'iiianul'iciun-d at lhesine place us TAMTCair\VMpi.iigPJrer.: they Ie befiire the JumJe of our S.ptniu


v: lu 1hIe.JLtI1iC'. Cosin"CoisMfj. .Jtrez.'jii ;' I IIP.I r: Co-partniiship hillu rto exist log between $ from a sti met attention to the bus-He.", to merit a liki wise by ihe woitjlit-M of cettin in the city of Medium and De s.y. Leon, on the second Monday of Nottmler v umi4 j

i .share of public jrttroiMj'*. N York and !have hem examined by tIe In- 20 Fancy color*. Medium. ten
JJVI. 1'. DUVALand'M.) H. EROCKL'.NBKOUGll w after the date ofth.s writ, ori-.ithotlier
t If : Gorman ) \omVr Term F. b15, t9!! tf .IES. M. A. ri.AKKP. Office Paper. tlmeuik
aimt
and vvci.-hts of v'.d city prov- 20 Envelope Post
; j4 : ( ; has !>icu thi> day dissolved by mutual I spi'ttoruf ,Court may be ndjcui mm' d to, at the: Court HOBif
;
v 1'. 'b I:4: (). 1 Prite of v.e.t1mimir. Late.Ta I
ed : lUnntper
cui s.-tit. ___ eoin-el [suit! County of Leon, at the eiy: of Talltbim
*
lu'"eII MlJriJe.. ) ALti : 1.rt WM. II.BItOfK'' NBKOrGH I I will continue toni '< TOLl.N:: from thi Su'.iser.ci on Sal ur.Imy ni.. htS 1). 31. 1 EIF'l ELI) Veghcr: ofCotton. Just r ceived and forsa'c by (,.aid County, to show, if any thing hey fork,,
rjMH'l! : dif< ndjut uiJil all:t otherinurrs'e.i, will I. last SOIIUKL I: i I II 'Ks'K 1 17 haiui.s: hith, a balm > I l'2.'J. I.I f P, A. HAYWAKD. J F ,
deal Apal.ii hieo'ppaiul' ; practice- i in I the Apalach.colu a ; ss i e. :i. __ (stives have, or can s.iy. why the nd Ckjrterrf

;, -BL lake iit '.IPi of I Ihinstilu, tun of in! above : I 'istnet. a s.d I the ("ountv i-jiiS<* :n il L.iiv IVnrsery, Oct'I, i.4O. UiJ" }I I i Incorporation of fie "Central Bank ot rKidL*

I suit therilo hy jittaJmie.it. aiH wil api.eir and pleae! (.'..iiri of App.'ais riJ u'.irlr, and in Jefl.rii a nd | suppost d to h.ive; iiei n taken !by sonic i.ejjio. Any I FOII SALI:: ron CAMI OMY.4NriIShIlY. i3INEILtLSI'RNGS. sl.ojld not be repeule.l!, annulled, and zmia4e< toJ
at the ffi-r of Ju>ic; <> Bud, at .Monti-j Gji-Jeii! imil.rm.i.t! i m will !be thankfull'received j aid I liberally d for the ,
cello ; end returnable tIc tb.rd of Nociubrr if&iecially; : empo\ed.l.'I j : containing; a'.ioui: 2i'0'J( Or..nge rn HIS estai.'i.-hir.ent! has t.een pin and a.l lilerlic inn.'unities, rit>I.U. pri :Ijtj g

'l_ % 11O.I Saturday U'l-'Itt-ii'fci S .*. N iv.'JC'lh. I P.JJi: : ] lewardnl. .'Ol'lN B. uOUMAN.VrKeif of an :age Lii bear in one or .ti. [ recent eascn. l be tl.e M.I scriticrs: and is now : franchi.-c.-, by the jiame runlfrred, be seiitit j i.

I WILLIAM GORMAN, STOKACC. "-- J.my! 5 two ye r> al'ti-r trn.- ldammtiim;. 'I I.e Trees wererai ( ready for rfecpium of vi.-ito's. .Arranj "fnients LS.CSSea: and f Oil Lr.l of said Territory of Flonij,

#_t :cov.I.? U-I ). 1 17 :J.n: P.-rntir. rTillII'iuir I I ir.-iyned :I-aTin leaded one of the f Jewelry! .Silver Ware &c.crL cd iroin ('Ii.,i :Cuba See-.', tiul are in :a l.calll.y 'j have been inti Llor ll.e! c--orinj.xation! a: a rea- an I further to clo and receive what the uHCMit

,- "to 1. /IanH..USOS and U'lnrf lately, creeled by .'.Ui'lNJr.&UO. : and, ) I Ibriviit condition. Directions will t c given, s n.if.lc nu m.hwr of visitor.-, and r.i.iple; supplies laid then and there, of it and! them, in ifur Uliilfit,4l
In Jtisl ice's* itrt. Mes .1. vV \. llainlin! : i m of the comforts: ai.d (.fIe luxuries of the itounlrv. coi.siilcr and direet,-And further
IK. soli. it many are
share of inovtd ii. ll.en you
1. a patronll'O I .i.Jhe... .c n to l.'ie v.iinh: if ad.'n-reJ I to, w.tl )tire sai'vty ::i re- COR.
pit Frederick Hoc, 1vs till J Those v.In patronize t'.iis place dorin, mantled! to give notice of instiliitii.n!
.11 .
t1'uwix: V. ul'lbvprvceed
-.irrIy a-.id
: .* i* N \ store : oei up.cd by isioval I Iranspiiiitui/i! Apply!
Lca.-M'd.! > Ii Atlach'jient, CSeci'ivirsjj & rorwartllnjr UtKiru-ss (I'i'' |" :* Win! II \\ vttt. vcc Co., where I t Doiibcr) .lucti*>nee-r, '.Falala.sce, or XV31. Mc- he soninifr, will f.d! ll.cir iuatioi! more | !-aanl ng.by publicuiioii he noun m'omie, pubue oen.
: JoFopli; } D.itiia .5 0. TAFT | than Usual. The Springs and IhitbimigIlusei are I in the Middle! District of Flur.ci for
& ALI.XANDii: { paper tlu
I t'j', : t tin y ar-i.ovv, op.-niiijj a be.i'.ifCNJ NA C(.lIT. P".it Le.n. mar I 14 l> > ,
;; I lIE spate of ll.re-e mor.lhs from time day of the date

Ji hcrehy noi.lJednf: tle in*>triili 'n >.f theiib- \ ( x A1)I1'iLIHOitI. I alit ndaiiee to the calls of the visitors., hereof: ; ai.d -tyou! niaku irturu ol this writ cctin
CA3Z. ; .L' *- )) V'-.f:: : '> *:- } their! lute, u'1m as ri ;il: undeinjfn hi\ii litiretided from (;It-n.
suit of muviLfiit; i-iiueJ out of Ju-tiii 1 Mb!* y'-. **J Jf*"& I : I! Tho waters of the Suwaniite Springs are jim .ty! first day of tuc next term of bur .ani Courttalu
; Anci! -
raVi: I; subs< nbor tliaiikfu; Gold. Leu. r, "r, CyKnIcr THOMAS ISuovv.v, that well known cstuthslm.
Co ut. on I th-. tilth Nu cit.r. ri'iin I b'.c! on: the .:_._ : ccrbrate-d! for their medicinal .rttt-s-many inva'.e'a pioteedinjji time tCofl.
: prr.j
: your
; On-
_HL
f WateLe Diamoi.d
.
.:- r p.tsl; favours I'especlr.l'y and Virj'e ; Jti: ;: a-t n.enl ealiid tin : I Ilitcl. i in the of T.ili-!;
:
; third >aU rday in D--ccin-ier, next, ai.u ar req'.irr' 1 1to II City city : have .nrj, yeat relief, and c.lhers rcsiorcdt \ViTsts3- Kl' HARD G. WELLFOID
informs lli (;jam .* l llro.u-lie-, I Diaiiiid!, ,
the cjtzcui'.taiul v X. iiy. ;ilf. e ; as h.i -cc, li.tve openvJ ll.e h>>iuc under ll.c till"f !
appear und plead .is t'-i I I.* .\ 'r ( ( that \'.iai''. Cameo, ; Inanf] lied utiln <. Vc. (i./d diy
.
V1III ;p the I! inaki import
Adelphi Hut'They : re i.ow : >:
FSEDLUi-Jlv:: : : IlUC'D.fct.Nor. I.e ; during !the runiner ir.or.tl.s, this plr.ce-e-quals J J'jiy A. 1). 14t?; !>, and eixrv-finli .
( .jtII FillisjrnWork.: i Fat: fi-L'sa.d{ Pn.s S.ivcrVare.. jest G
,
I :2 :e :o nrry .t 1I.C : ; ant n.Lnttand and t% 1.! have by the '
25 Ia13 3-n unprovt repairs
; -_ _ : .f -s : .tkiitr ,, -neb a< Tei :.zt. '.., Table amt! I h.-M-rl F .r5. ; .<|.oi:>, | 4 tUiIg f.stl an rxt n-iv < Ilritk Uuiidin! reeLed amiv other ituati.i :i Florida, er the aiijoinir.-j Aneiican: Indo iRtircce.II. .

4 I Marshal's Sale. li tIVtII. t at thivflkj .taij.1 Cu;. Silver Pial. d (;..,Ijt.: :t.:< I I.-, t'ake: B--i-ets, on the property: v. l.ere'iy lhi-y v% .ll be ab.c: to country."I G. \V EL1.J OP.D, Cleri cflc
Clarges will IJC moder.tte. Superior Court ,f lite A-iiodle! District
ol ii.-s.; ( t.hI-e Li I miCu
1.
and Castor- L
liilioldsVj mmam ( .
I O51C ; in
t i-oiiiinodal
I | Y virtue i.f a writ of fi. fa. issnej out of Loon ( sir..iitrs vi-i 1:1: ,; l'iis county a K.G: PONDER! Florida foi Leon CGUUT.K'OTICE .
li.4 __ C.Jl. \ atifs Guns ami Pi-to! (JmifS At-tral '
t More, vv henu! ; I..iy-, *, Lamp.Man- 1 he Pulili
fcalisfictory: ? depend
: C' the niinnrr. may
Superior nit, at suit of Fellows Can- i June 6. IS-1'X' 46 RICHARD JONES.
will !b. h orders fr his 11 he (1L1C1.5.i ti'"j'j & *. 1 _
: 'ppy to rei-eive n-Kiind) 4 i II n \ t ahtnlion their coiutut'y. -
; & to --- ----
; : gii Co. Vf.-Frcdcrir! iernr.i.n, udiiiinitratorof i Ulin every is
.. 1. the l1h.I.c r.iit.rahly. Sidebour Is C a re.L u'.. a nil furni- All i'f v. hi'cli the\ invite liiuir fiicnds and the 1 JOSKl'H; CUOSKFA' hereby given ef the foregoisj'pv
Gcrard'n. (ieee n.ed. 1 have I.vit'd u-| .'n. and, Suiii5ers oflVr for sale the follow to a.l persons mention, d and mened
ar -
I tore of every description, madein a f i-hionuiic! anattatdial public to ell and ex tImitie. i DAVID F. Wll.SO/ Thin
:T cpnn Ih6ih day! of January, bc-ing Yvc.Jnri.dav. ) low T.r therein, as I am thereby Jireried.
Nil attended to. ?, csnCo -
ai.d reiisunat.lc uatcii
bj lit Uiociturl-ho-ise itia iiier. on temi ', and e repairing pcrsoi.all Ta'lahas-sec' April 3d, 11MO. C6
a1 Tallaha.-n"c .hm the u-iu'al _
; w _
$ ,. j he hip h by trii.t alten'ion lo bu illes.s to merit i Dec 121 C'J -- -- .- nnc Drar.dy, In haf! ei-cs; and rr. ea-k LEIGH READ.
i. hours )f >HO. I-slinll pro-e-d ti *e l all that piee ] id receive liberal share of the of the .YOTIC'E. Holland! Gin in bbb.liiskeyni ) Mar! >hal of the Middle District of Fondv!

t. parcel! and lot of LAND, ami llio iiiij.r .\cinciit ] a a. latr.riae ICiina\vuy in Jail. l I.iINf I mv ab.-ence fiom the Territory, Co'. V\ dj Ausr.sy.o by JOHN F. KACKLER. D.Jl.

: thereon, citifule, lyiti ntid beii.*; in i be city of Talj! !j public.I \fOIJ 1OMMITTI.D: t.* the Jail at St. .M rks a Nc- David: F. Wilson is soy utimnristd Attorney Lard, in keijs

t t4 !lalinhtee, knawn as pail of Let N. ICi in ll.e BLF.riS. '4..., L.TO man named Sanipsomi,*hurt and lliiek! : set.ab.ut B fart. A.: C. .',TKPHC.\S. Floor MI I iT555 TKIUUTORY FLORIDA,

: ori; j.nal pla'i: of said city 1'ronti. g o.i Jellcrson |' n',N.lc tCrhX B. All. Linda of furniture repaired on reason- :30 year.of 'i; *aj he brbm-t to Mr. ( TJ!! ih! -iSM-e. AHT. 17. L'40._4__ Corn,,II.iy To the Marshal of the Middle District.
$ (
L btree' thirty feet, aad at prcs.-.l! in ih: itinii I Iot Nightingale, of Cuoiln-iland I-l->:id. Cicoiuij.; I He | AIIAN.NA..
occup i : (, thi, lii3'J-tf KlllKMAN ; AIJKRN riiV, !amlia1erm! and Cod Fivi in tb! !' greeting ;
: C Nui'z, u< a walci.maKi-r'* ai' .1 1 jevvelirV sic p. |$ TlfiIRON ; says he has lived with \l r. J. I). Cyan, i.t-ar 1'all.i-! COnIu.l'i9u !Ieicliaits.LVI Hoses PicUli-s, in quart jnrs 'lTHEREAT heretofore.to witon the inV
,
s-. ; Levied the of th' & s. hu:' ee. The: oMr of>aid JNCJ TO d lo
upon aa proocrty cstclu of IMtjto > in mem1ecst'|
:SCKLWS rci-eivcd the Fehooner i' ia (Jrltnns.Ucfci 300 bts.! Lime.MiNACGHT. V enteenlh day of Novrnibcr, in the jwrel
; by
Ger*rdin, deceased, ai.d to bj sold lo satisf pro\c pojnrty: pay charges and take bun away, i r j
} A ORMOND. our Loid i.c thonrund ci*>h: hundred lad l lanaii -
.'nt! II Doml.J ;
eph from Baltimore t II. K. Ca.I any !
Hankey are HOW readyl'ordilvery he will ,
the ufo.-csai'i cxieuti'ji a< eorti.n;' I ... Port Leon. M.mrc20th: lr"4i'' ine. a Charter <>f Incorj oraio: ;> ?as gruited em
the ,. 17 I-VJ. JIL5O
e LLIGH Kl.AD. Mars'i-il, : 'ill paymcnloflhe same. Apply to> II IN: LANDLP, Jadr.t. ------ _
,
Per 5 19 by J. P. KM.n U.K. P.M.Sirayi'd Juit, sW f 1. It BUTTON. i' MarJ.x. Au.fv': :Jj. 1J it). : Dollars Keward.ET Yt'atclics, JctcIiy&c.rhE [' ll.e -'n.it u-mis, li'nitationi ar.-l tritlioni tbtrein
provided, by the- Legislative Coui.rii of th Tni
Sutiriber has
IfL.tI.tCHI: SZC.'K.. OI IlIKVOI :. t:;. 1IiF'.4JU'SIhiflCb ? > UNA WAY from .lie Piant.iiion ofK.51' !::1e har.d Imazdnrie on tory nf Florida, to a certain Bink by te!: nitreuJ

'. FROM i the f-nl.s'-iit'rr.tn l 21'h June, a !large '1 retm'I lc dy extra lor tln.-eril-er in O-i'-ilrn! c.unty, .Ll'. l'.' -iit a..f very Wat :i es. Jew.rictid style of the BA>K OF Fi.e-RiD. aid to stitho.

'! (' ; un formerly he! t'J, t<) Mr. .\!cCurty very (_plaints, ( 'olicx, Cramps and XjHisms. < TKO Xcgro .Goys, ( ,: ; U\.re tVv-r -.' Ito should t c.omne Subscriter* to ibo uui Emik.
( of Alaiks I ciiijiin is ( urtainly a in t. ai.il is; tt.i.ved noiv to de. inllil i ih,-uit. That u mitih sui>*ring should have r\i-t. .N all tit; ab ye < olnait.{ :' ILts! M<*dtine: has!' named Georju and \\illmii.: Georgirleti Jt v 0.v -' :i colts, Cnt. my. &*-., wl.icS.Uiij [ ihetr ufces.-ors anti as-si'ii).;-And ahereu aL4.

neiilil'uhood. A li'icral' icnurd will t.e :::Iveii i I ed l iiir w'lho'il i or nudninal proxid I a cern,in reiredy biilh ti thil>!rcn ,'mtl on S tn.dy tmom, ,.im!_- Ia-1, i-> about --' i : be oti'irs tor i.ule: on !.is ti. MaliryvfJ >r. i? o seventeenth day ot'Ftbruarr, iii the jean i

I for the leliv&ry of aid Horse to my him") in th.s jircvcnlivr sges or cure any, ii truly ic..vi'ry a subject any of muc'i- ud.lu. .NiKiiuriiiii;' testitnonul.s are given of i'.s' __;_ y.a Is if' age, s-o'.l inailiratlier ;i doAii"M. .b.-.b.tI.- j /-;.!} "erms. lie will rLvcivc new our L'ird one lliouxand e-igbl hundred amid tbitty-

.. city.I'tll&laIsftf. C. P.M.MHIU.: relict ; but [)r. S. ;n>vv aurs tint public that i-lficacy! xvhidi o.ay t lie M rn wre! tinv'eUcine i is ( t. o"k'vvh'-it spokn. to, fidd fsvviih his: left h. niJI uliiii5'up.; l-e> during the v.in'.er.WMTCH three an al uas passed by tIme Governor ir.dLfjblali.e -

An 4 C tfIK i I f'jcli a remedy I.as Lfn invc'ited as will Cot.'. itir oM. Prepared; b} Koi-e'i S. lii'in-.rd, N'-ifolli: Va. I and once belong d to -tl r. Harvey, and had plenty RL'PAIRsNG: Cotn.cil ef the Trrnlory of Eondi. l'

'4. TiTE"SUPKHIOK COUR1 F OF Tlfii ihe iticxt rrcthiiuus.! The |iriuci;>!cs upon vvhic'i it ]'nr -ap! in T .;iihase, bv '.1 i-i'm, hit,;;. Is attended to with K* muth alil.ty and pronpt- ar.t.sd! said Chant of Incorporation, M ippw*
seM l G K CNDOI.HI) & LKWJ.S.E'oriy I Wiianis about 2j cf six fe.t }hi iim. by the original t-nrolluient! of said Charter of!b-
: MIDDLE DISTRICT OK FLORIDA, act > cro Kut'.ple and phd iii. It i- .11 uumitted I'm t !; yrars azc )ea; at any' thop in tin Southern cot ntrv.Ji .

: IN CHANCF. ihal i his complaint, vvh :thcr called! S & U Ilcidiclieor Oulhirs! IC<"..vird.ANAVAV j his knees; nitlier beniis tj irk when hlanduijj reef, jl___}'REDflIlCKT\VLF.. corporation, nnd of siid: amendment then o1 of it-
ai.d reads and writes -- cord m the ofiire of the Secretary of IfceTcrntwrof
has coiinteissnee
Nervous 1 lleadaihe ari-e- prmarily) Irm t.ic a pK-a.-n i.t : iiip.
: from the j-tiiiM-nljir! MiJinw i ii. Coi arlioi>
Oliver rfet-'ey and Jumes Fitili,) stoitach-thise who think they inve the Nervmis, 4 Mjdi! >oic.: >m.y., a \ciylil.ily Ml'LATTOI wt-il. I It i.-. ;t.uppo.-ed he %. tin in-lvO fur NorJt Car- I'E' subsen.i-r! have thi Jay formed a if flor.daas well as by the pubic.tatutes.ttl'Territory : of Its
e lately ricr Lading u-il, : r the I I 'II ol F.uridaprinted by lalhoritv
.. par .. hlea Jat lit, may rrsl d>suied that .thtri orgati, I tin* (ililL, t nameil FI.ILI>. ag. d abutii I!! ; .-..) s, Wutii j jipielio i.liua. rtnrrship at Port Lecn, nnd. r the; nam'Jt -
L firm
I f Ke I of the nut-
$ iFitc'i Edard Council
ley for i.e-Tcd I G and Lcgi-iatite
; i 1 v.u' ive 25 ca h.if so can get vern'>r
h is ti.c first thai ll.e has $
s-i'im ea se, le-n become Milier
/ the
v nyt ? !. :u, t ti: <>t.hln, > \\i> \nplv \1 r. I'm-ncr. che Uovvlrs to carry 1 : C. R.clurdx.; l>aaH.. ISafsutlnnd vitiated or debilitate J, thin ugh the stomach. Ins; bei-n lor m'oh.> lime Iii the n< i:;!;!.crhoi.il olTulltihassee I tlii'in, and all reasonable i l.arj. s pani (for their de-: i: Ci MMISSIUN buue.s.They And whereas! also, a law was passed by IbeGjrt-Temlrry -
Il>bctV, AUorr, partners I iivtry ut the plantation! or to me in T.thl.thiim-ec.S ernor and Legislative Council of the said
d that lhto Ihe eh innel,
t itgh same milI
a I. only ; they and i is sup. -td' yet t to he alxuit[ tie have a large and commodirus warehouse",
trading under the firm if Kicliarj j U.K. WF.ST. the f.imrlhday of MarcbntheyeaOf'
'. expect a r< duration: of the natnril and In-ulthy naiin; place. The aluve r. t% .I id v. ill! !iii. panl! for her j japl for ihi storage: of mercl.ar.i'ize and cotton ; and on
.*. Bas-ell 4. Auorn : Joseph CROSS RILI.Brewslerund II IH10.:: Lord thousand bundled and thirtj-wn1*
one e-ght
fili of t'le Tlii-i Dr. J Ap.il ,
(.lM.i.s i.bj'U-l
Cl ) S111i0i'rtmiiedf -
,
attention and
Lemuel Brewer .yst >reheni>ioiif a n.h l all rea> .ii-il.h; e\p( nsi-s, if de- | -- -- ---- hope, by s'net pronij tncss in the AttorMJ"1
-
--- the D.strict
4 S J. lJr.-vvsler FOR l is vinim-iitly e'ahui.tiil! to atta in. Tin- I livened lo A. II. Harris! at 1 1 allaha-sne, or to j :'0TIUE:. execution of orders, to give satisfaction Iv all who authorising and requiring
iradins an tf L. ; DISCOVF.RY \ Hull, of this cinnot In: ronlrovc-rted, and tbv from l-'londa. Barton C. said Territory to institute the requisite legal pmr-
and Warren Fest.jjl-ji, position !E. J. MAYS. I my ; neo may cnliubt tus'n.css to ihei.! care. r

( of theaisevejin! j !Is bahalf & | tIme soonerullerers with tho headaeli1 bt:come N. H -If LIb s.iid m-jr.os is li.irb! < ot'jer
I rrcditur of vu Jamo-i c-Jiiv.need of it lime sooner w-ill! ther) : sullerings whit'1 man, the extra Mini of $40 will hc ii ems for i.ey. J' ill'N F. TUCKCR.ja Refer to- JOHN J. UOWLE their respective District.; as might have aai'profecute '

.. judgment tliuli in und ii: storution,, of Lezit! Ii. Dr. Sj.l.on t'ges his the cltrteilion and proM rntion of (he oflViider. I Messrs. Helton 8i Fisher! Tallahassee ; forfeilurtsi of their Charters by o-wer said, Cb'-m-
Brgn: an runtc ion -- 26STAGE" the I.t fieri so that the
profe-siunal rrpnt.it ion <>t. Ibis fact. Tho remedy: same ,
Hickstowi', Madison 10.. 13. U Kirrry &.
tribute L.C. anjr LLNIi f Dovvling,
Complainants, be declared! null and void by the Jodjj
be had .
may at llir a|> l! <" unrf.In Po.l Leon Feb. |I. 1K4Q ters might
ai.d I4It. IiI ; tle. 31
; From 'olumlus Ga. to A >alachicola Fla. said! District*, AB-
7 all ucidity <,r sourness ol f tcniaeh. this remedy } meet ot the proper Courts in
; UreJu.! and Jumcs J.B : lo : II.AKC, the Ap.ila- i Valuable tils SalrT7H1I1E
picvios I
Dirgc m lor
rge I is sovert i 'ii aid invuluable! ai a CIK, rat lauuly PURSUANT Four horse I'Ost Couclu's.Via w hiereas, Charles! S-. Siblev. AtJorn JoftieUnitM
S J I'ooipanv now oil.-r fur tale und j I Ici. suoenbtr havin
4. JeJesJaits. I medicine! il is now adopted hy ol tint many
I fT appearing lo the Jsde by ailidav-t, that the inosl pcclablo fjniilier. It never Mckeiu time .!ry. tin- huh i() .\ ii.g Ii Ito I LamN in Leon Count j jInT M. land than is iloirabc! for his own cuUtvalion for said Ttrruory hath appeared on Hu Jm

,. said UrHiui Birwu and Jum J. Btri/c defen ttomaeh -S-nilli-Kai.: .:!r l Ka. I meet ttns 7, 1 It G;, | atlers! fr sale ihree valuable pantatiunsone.it.uated ting him the CSWL'
,
of the leaskii tifectit half of said and by
or pioduecs i< U Territory,
< )
any iij .-
: .d4Ii6; ab vc uuiiied' are residents without the T *rntory of physic.Diicctions. l 19, iy, 23! 23, 'C, .M. :l >, 30 and jclions unsold on liiack Creek, about thirteen nilesast le-re la undeistand. and be inforaieM*
in eLIuiis J. 'f f Florida: but vviiuii. the Unilrd Sut-s: Itk containing thirteen hundred iLJCb'ten
? : forfeited
I for use aceomtnny ca-h botl'c.K. Florence Fort (taincs haL ftc said "Bank Florida" hath
Town South ramm.;.- I Kt t-..--eti ? < ronsi'ia.cJ and ordered that the said defendur.ls1, are a state cultivation and iIfl0I u$
,
]:. Sl'llON, :M. D. time 'ranchiscs
.. Urdiu Bir ti ai.d Jatiien J. flirg<-, do apjieur and.arItwor Proprietor and I Inventor.ID" 5, t I 11.1 P., I is:!, I n 1, i j, 22, yj, -.> j, and iv-jcUons, oi :i j and Uroicns Fernet, Co., and Iririnton, Ihe residue mostly rich hammock land, with ties. amid thereby all conferred: by., privileges non-user, and hi bath

the aid hill of conm'aiiit and 10.) || Ala. all the farm houses and U'
romplainiiiitx : : For vale ii I'alluliai'v. liy nccrssiry outbuildings that a scirefaciat might issue accordicf
prayed
r % itlain four inont.'iii: from tie' il.T.iof the first puhJii'ition U "47 KANDOLPI1& IJTTIVIS.I In Tonn 2 South, iiu e2 K. st-sections30 and 80 HOrUS Stap travel from Colum- the moos raised upon this plm.talion have not been the said "Bank ozFlunida"t1r

'.1. llii.<.orliT; SI, ,md fr.K lions of I I'l 1, i2J un I II I2.. \ ONLY: Ja. lo New < )rh-aimi, in pi-nJid! Coai-hes, surpassed by any in the country. Another about law, to summon this Court at the time

k Li COI)111 &I( r.liL). I In Town 3; South, ranji2 Ka-t-ictlion G,7, ( i level and beautiful 1 road the m'.m mime dista ccc. northeast from Tallahasseexntaining pear before proper i5i
> taken jiro e.itiftsfo. It \ farther oidvif.d, I n : alon: the banks ol -, if it could why thi
: subscribers tins ,
iii show
tiavc entered J
t day into place. t'> cause any
and ionol 5, !! l In and .
If act V."J.In
he CluUali l'ci it iv-. about 70(1( acres of rieh oak !
th.S order hi* jml.li*:.<:d :ii o.ic cf the ncxvspapers TI mi ; and h.cko- should! not bo repe2t
i j.rintf-d and published! 'it T-iluhasarv.in the! D.stnctf jant mitrst.ii n> jenoia| toniiiiit iuri and lot Toun I Sonih: riin. 'e 1 \\ .'-.I MI-'U| >H> 25, :;(0) I DAYS OK PIIPAliTL'IIE. ry hanG ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivatii n ; and ; Charter of Incorporation

resa.l; '..ne) a vve-uk! fjr four montiix. i%paI digs rmond.'M." luerchants, unUer the % vie. Mi-NAUtillT"n1 :iiex.lIJhlt( 1131!, CJUJ; 3-1 and ira1 lioitj of h I 15, 20.( 2't, i.. i. i and | Frotn Columbus! on T'jod.iv and Fridays* at anoiher in Hamilton crunty, about leu nv.les from I[and declared null und void; HEREBY CO
.. YOU ARE
.& : DMed : J.lc'ayol AU.FIISI.A.' D l l li''i.ALFiSLD i. .10. 0 o f.f.- ( \ M.F.iiCl.altuioociee. le! Suvvannee Spr.ngs, containing about 000 I ThEREFORE the

BALCH. JA-MKrf: Oi.M: J.\P. j The vvhoYi'fTm-.n '2! South, i iaiio_ 1 Vest, c.'cecii I nn ibm--i.iii.e dnysind same acres, a Final! part in cultivation, with farm ,cusc- IMANDLD, That you make known lo f"i
Port 1.t on. .Taim 24)). I IJJ40 2G I tei-tii'iis ii."i! ;. Zl- und! otj.j "Bunk cf Florida," and all the PresidenUsCuu**
ind.ftu,* Di.lri 'to!' Middlo Florida > tiit.e after the arrival of tie t' S. .Mail Boat fiom &c. I his Und i-* oh'm'ulmt'rior quaIl y for t tul- i j thmatLb1'

.4 _._Tea_ -R J. Wiu.ruto.Cl..rk.: 7j V 2 tO; E'A UTAiU KS tl 1 1*. j At $1.25 to >; 50 V&I( acre( in ( irrcit liils of the I ahuhicola; via !lolj.and! n i-eiinir Bt Forl ( ainm.. lure of sea island cotton. j Directors and Stockholder thereof Court oft t*|
.
IU'uiisciihrs I h .ve-'iiti-ied into 'before the ol Superior
fR pjrmrr.hij..K. Teiritory% I Persons de irous of > Al.-o a tract of 400 Judge our
> ;ning from CoUml Ga. acres, at the natural lride
A BARGAIN !TWILL mulcrtlf fuinol ). B. BULL ACO. Jwi'l Ti'i-srt L-in.lv oH'i-. advII.ta.'c.5! fi-r : ; ( District Florida for time County of I**
.
? .n : ; pasture r.t.t.,. j lo New Orhans, wll t'-nd ih.s: J.y f.ir: that tluarestnio.t on the St. Marks about 1 1 miles south cast of Tal I Middle : '
t.41: SILL: A ihe husiit AIKIICHANT 7'AIL !.. eullivalK/n: I and 'Pimtier. | in November next aflir
BAUGAIN. m the TRACT carry cm s ; Miinor| i.d l.tImassee lulf of this On the! second Mciulay
expiditions- weI!I as the safest and 1 ; tract ia a rich alluvial soi .
W
I ) 4 -F LAND, whereon I now resulu, la) 10 on ills, boih in this | lace i ml ti.c city of N1 wYiik. ('ash pa v men t Is uil I1! i i.c reijnirid for !i m.i 11 l! : ei tiui: nioM comfi.rlahli, way, as ii iuterscitii time upon il there i is also a fine mill seat, vvilh '' date of Ibis writ, or such other tin.e as the t

'. ibm west n'de of Lake Alicosurkee 21)) miles N. F.of Arinnjje.i'Ciii.s h.ivc l.em iiuitle ior a ri.niuni and smaller frt I li'-ii.-> of I see'ions.i' U| pun-li.i f ri ; Brnns\\itli and! Fioiida Lir.e al Chattahoochieiiiakin great water power than any in Middle Florida. greater | may be adjourned to, at the Court Huusoial

T lUia! K.'<', in the County of Leon, adjoining MI anti full blip-, ly of C'Joihii, C.issinn res, VestMI over the.'e may be in ide on thu u-iu| terms i.f tin- */ a travel iti but 'JO hot-rs by thron 'h, These lands will be s..ld at moderate price and City of Tallahassee and County of Leon, law* *
> ,
4 theLandM ofGco. t.:: DeiiniES J.. Capt. Juo 1). IB, e-tc. and a lire sorniriit: nf I (Uaily M! ide Con.panyUi'it if, I l-4lhinc.i t.thi, mmmmJ | ,'J ane.yycarn 1 tit! whole route. Tin c from Columbus stages to Mobile reasonable credits, nod if desirable, tiu! purchaser 'if an, thing Ihey for themsvlvis hmaeOrCa10!

,p Parish and others! ; containing G40arrcn rich oak ''lothiiig, and t thy arc IM-VV piep-iicJ t lo a<'conn>o. fut iiavn.enl of the other 3 4t hi.. : -1 houf. can have Union Bank Stuck of time \\ hy time aid Charter of Incorporation utht'of *

v. l and biekoiy, and Jianiinock landr; i two hundred! and '''ute tl.eir cinconifia: and the public, in any ailiIc L.I mid I iuiud lii'ii and Lion, Miitabh) cxclu.-ivi! I ly For the Pi--prietors! purchase. upon\v BUADEN.Do a part Florida." should not bo repealed I annul1& "

e twenty.Jive acres of uhidi are c'eared and und r oiled lot in th'-H-lino. One of the pit mets, Mr. fur cultivation! ,, will al>o be sold as u naon| application WILLIAM gj 21 made void, and all liberties, immunities.pnfH1"

r.. cultiv tioii. A Uilin Wa ''e, rcsidin;; in New York, w ill ena.le: them to John Carnodian CADY. the confi-rred, be.
never r strea-u of water ru is I to I.-q. at A hjchmii-oh! *, orI C'lmttahoochir, January JO. i ld'0. 27 ifOKLEINS. and franchises by wine
: through| thislr. tof Uiid. The DUILD.NGS onth5 execute all ordei'b promptly ind on ll.e rnosl rca I ilie :SnliM riber; ami *ctth rs ill be prefericdt-i the Iiii7Salc-Two two horbO Je sey into possession and control of said Tcrrit fJ "

c! .. preuiifcr* ire, a comfortable, Dtve'hng IT-use, onablelcrms. J. B. BULL, p'in IIUM: ot" their tetllemenls; provided they make .-. will llane: &c.complele. Apply loug further lo do and receive what the said C"""* '

} Ncjroe ltousi, mid Crib*, a good Gin House.CoUjn HENRY WADi:, their airnt'g'-miuts i wiUnn a &uiliblo tune. COMMISS1O 2-i 4_XVM. H. FKA NCI3Joltu and there of ii, ind them, in ibi behalf stiilIC*

G.n u.d Sercw. Whli, the Land will In Tailahma.seeNv.- "17.183S.! i 15L !Former piirthasiTs from da-Company are MW C. Jacobi, siderand direcl.-And you are further comflm1
REFFRENCKS.
!!.
i: old, fifiy-Miven' shares of Union Udnk Stock, andS : CAItLTON. in arrears with their 'payment-, uro respectfully if. ATexsrs. Uellon Bond.&. FWicr Emmq, Measurer) and Inspector of Lumber for the lo g vo notice of Ihe -titulion of ib>s proeee *

S b' small lot ofXetrroon, if wanted. The terms will JTIcrchnnt Tailor, incited toctl'c' ivlii: the Subscriber or with Mr.Carnothan I' Kcrr&Kirk County of Leon, by publication hereof, !nsofliepU&IuCfleW5P1Pi?"

I, : fee literal-apply to the Subucrbcr, on the pro OULI) pecifuliy inform the citiz ns nof during the nesson. y.TullahaHgce. FFERS his Cervices lo those who plca the Middle District of Florida! ,for the P .ceo'lfJ

mic;. LUKE 'Ji. LAMB. '1 T ll han.co and its vicinity, thai he has J. 13. DROWN, Mtrg.: Slolyneux O to call upon him. Charges moderate may e months lions the day of tbn dale hereof; "J:
\Viiherby
AC Livnii.Jtfnreh23 .
: Sept. 19th, 1840. 8 Id.BfOTICET" returned from New York with a fresh supply ot| Airenl Apalaclncol.i Land Company.Offic IMO. s. Tallahassee March 14, 1840. 33 you make returns of this writ, and ofyoorproensings -

CIolli*. CaKsinirres and Vculing. of time Lowest at Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahassee.! -rl.nst CUEA thereon, on the first day of the uexlter*

% requenUn!! tho indebted lyle and the finest fabric, which he pledges to Jan 4 22 Notice. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING our aid Court.

THC8ubsciiltor o lo those thai call on him lo have made up in the Notice persons indebted lo the F.Matc of T. M'- GLAZING WiTNtaa.-.RlCHARD G. WtLLFOSR
op-n account to all and ALL
and
t. tlOilflrnedjtetf! as further indulgence i net- in-west faihitm. To ple:'ne the gay mind' fatidiou Co-Purinersimipi I eieofoie: existing imi'tbe deceased, are required lo come forward Paper Hanging'. Clark of our said Court, this >16th dij
beg 'II C
r ireti. All accounts tinettteJ by the firnt cannot of the Su'tscribor has employed IL. It. Pilgrim, who THE o/STi\VAUT/ 4ilAKXAUU, Uinsr and nettle without further delay! and all to whom I.| citizens underimigned Tallahassee;''nio t respectfully informs the day of July A. D. 1840, and tbii 1

Mnber will bepniin iuit. Sep will give !his undivided attention to the culling dis>oved! by the death of the si mioi paruier: all 11,0 Estate is indebted will hind in their claim for i is prepared to execute in Ihe! and vicinity, that he fith year of the Independence sfths U5i

4 : July 25. ISM, sa L'vVl CAR l4TN. Ucoant intent.'rlbiae pt-rs nindcpted t-iti.efirir are requta-ed to make adjustment, 01 they will be barred. of;the above branches neatest manner any States of AoiTiea.P. -

-. ; -- Oct. 20th. 1p89. iinnudiatea-uleneht, ( ) and all having claims wil ANrALEXANDER.admr.ELIZABETH which will induce those, ai short notice, and at price I:. G. WELLFORD Clerk -

Strayed JV'oticc.Subscriber please present the same.11.B.4RNARD. McC fiTY, adnx. wanting work done to give the Superior Court of the MiddlDistrIetJFlorida

FROM[ Wnlkcr'* MU! rhjut the first nf April, intcndi residing in New Or. Surviving Partner. ft Markf'Jpril 1C, 1R40 3SrinHE '''wVlCou! lry rjy" |Promptly attended lo. for Leon CaUIltl.
t orr*| Mul v1IJE of all
1 wib} a Uaw in the face Colors
Taiaias: ready
t, ee July 14. UWD. 49tf prepared, and
and l of* way.color, with a i-car on liis loft rheek t |l.itnl as a Co.nmisHon Merchant. Any Cot, subscriber withe to aol! several valuable mixed for use. T n CLARTTP is hereby given of the fortfoisf Pt
Herkwiih's *
? bon., tnd -W" 2 ui6s *n o'll A liberal ,ward ton consigned to him will be thankfully reieivtdnd 1'ills. JL TRACTS OF LAND near his reiidene Feb 15 29 If NOTICE. lo all mentioned! aoerned t
,
will fa* for the orderim for this purchase of pr-.vis'oriH, dc.tll A SUPPLY of tbi vi-ratcd innedy for Dys..tL persona
givan delivery of both Planters denirou to retain their capita! '" directed. .
one iojabo
or otMvrirk' For Sale therein .. .IanManhtl thtireby
when tm pepmii ia, warranted fre.h aid ,
alltndtd to
Lb.mst W&lker' be promptly ? ns re {gcru.ne.; Jut
MilhI,0rfttC1IptJOh can be accommodated with RED
$ moi satisfactory crad- HANDSOME LIGHT LEIGH ,
raTiU&bUM. faroUtwi. W C MILLER received and for tie by A BAROUCHE, with '
i 9 nnly th, 1840 RANDOLPH4 LEWIZ.I ROBERT OAJfBLE. hresu compUt for t*. horse, by of the MWdI. DWzkt'

sc L 1 t tpff tf Weltncee! Jefferwa, FJi., t8th ffor, 1839. Port Leon,Feb.8, WM. M'tf AUGHT, 'At'g.tOS b73OHNT.iAcT;,





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